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T1TK ICVNSAR CITY .!On.NAL, TIin.snAY. DKCKMUKU l, 1805.
POOR UNCLE SAM.
I)l:l'!,()l( MH.t: (DMHTlllN HrTIIH I.O
IAI, I 1.1)1 It.W, COUUI.
IN DEBT TO SHELBY 5211,000.
WAS HOItHOWI.I) AM) IMIIITO.IUHUHH
flir Mnrtlt.il Niy lln W III No l.otiR.r
Ailrincr Money Other l.tlrhil Ills-
trlil In in llntl nr Womo
loitdltltiti A (IimiImiiI
(ll.Jrcl I r40ii.
William Meyers and tun other covorn
mcnt employes from I.nrpt!o, Te . uh:
Avert? rtipocnnpd tn come to ICnna Clt) as
witnesses In tho federal court, have a in)
poor opinion ot tho pjntein of iltintit e In
okiip with Hip tnrllT tinkprlnp ndmlni
trntlon nt WtiehltiKton Thoy were mii-poennp-1
nn wltneieses In the cne niriliist
the Roveintnent liroliRht by V. W. H.iKlcy
for ntippllcs ftunMiod the urmy They woro
ootnpclletl to eonip, pay out their prlvtito
iash for tickets am! epene-!, nnil when
the arrived hero they found the eotitt In
vncntlon, tho cno continued until tho
next term nml not a cent ot Rovcrnment
fundi In tho city to pay them per diem,
vltncs fees nnd mllenKe.
Thoy nro In the cltv, hundred of miles
from lioinp. In obedlenco to the order of
court, in.itlo when It wns known there were
no funds available to meet the expenses
tint must he Incurred In obi )lntr the order.
.lust nlonir this lino It will bo of Interest
to tho public to know that tho t-x.imliiitlon
ot Marshal rihelbj's olllce, miide by .Major
l.eltrh Ch.ilmers, Kovernment Inspector,
phoned that the government owes (.leneral
Miclbv over AOrni, and Unit a large por
tion of that amount has been duo for
eighteen mouths. That was tho only thine
found vvronc In the olllce.
It la the duty of the marshal to pay the
expenses of witnesses, Jurom nnd other
court expenses, nnd thot duty Is Imposed
on the ptesuniptloii that the trow riiinent
will place the funds at lili illsiiosnl for
that purpose It is not supposed that ho
will use bis pilvatc means
Hut the binkrtipt. DemOciiiey nt Wash
ington has evolved many new, novel and
enibarrn-.nrr tin orli s and customs relat
ing to It business'. It allows tho ju-t nnd
legitimate expenses of the conits to po
to protest, and bo hawked about over tho
cities and llmilly fchaved nt an alarming
Marshal Shelbv was anxious to keep the
court expenses up and has done to up to
tho present time. Trior to each term of
court ho hu-s borrowed an amount of funds
uccessarv to piv the expense and Ii.ih
promptly liquidated nil claims of Jurors
and witnesses until the sum has siown so
lnrire that he feels the burdi n one he can
no lonpt r nflord to enrrv. It is n continu U
drain of Interest, which rediues his com
jiensatlon.nnd while he voluntarily assumed
it he does not care to lonsti c.irr) It or In
crease It Hereafter witnesses and jurors
In the federal court will have to ncoept
certificates of claims against the govern
ment nnd discount them the best vvnj th y
can In this way the cltv will be tilled
with claims ngnln't the Kovernment that
cannot be collected. ,
Mirsh.il Shelby Is not tho only one who
has trouble about getting expenses pild.
List .summer United States District Clerk
NuekolR wanted two couit dockets made
nnd sent In a requisition for the order. Tho
order Ins not been vet iteelveel nnd thero
would have been no doeke's for Judge Phil
ips' court had John I. Withers not fur
nished them In advance nml taken tho
chances of an older coming Intel. The
financiers at Washington wrote to Inqulie
of Mr. Nuckols what use there was for a
docket In the court and why one was
wanted for the use of the judge. Tho
name of Attorney General Olney was
signed to that inquiry.
Other marshals aro eqitnllv bothered over
the cash account for expenses. Marshal
JJIx, of Oklahoma has el ilms pending now
for nearly J200.000, expenses Incut ml In
the attempt to enfnrcu tho laws in Okla.
noma. In the work thero lie ul v a damn
denutles have been killed, but the service
gets no recognition of the work done,
and clnlms are kept In pigeon holes
for months, while inquiries concerning
them remain tnnnsiiertil Marshal Nix
nnd his attornevs have been to Washington
r. number of times trvlng to get the p iv
wents made, but seemed only excusts and
So negligent Is the department about
allowances and coirespondeuce that niai
tdials are forced to employ attornevs at
Washington to watch their inteiests and
push clilms along. Noirl) even mirshal
In the West has been lorced to pny heavy
feis for such woik
This morning Judge 13 11 Ad mis, ot St.
L,ouis, w-ill open fediril couit heie for
Jtidre l'hlllps. who is 111. The goicinnnnt
is held foi his expenses In coming to the
cltv nnd while here, and jet Marshal Shtl,
h has not a penny of govi inmeut funds to
mi et the bill This is a shameful humilia
tion of the fedei il judielni, unpai illeled
in the history of tho government, a implo
of financiering of which the tariff tlnku.
lag politicians ought to bo erv piouil.
And vet the snme state of facts is true lit
evirj ftder.il tllstih t In the country.
Tho 1'dkIIrIi lll)Jltt Taken Vioin the
tVorllhoUMj to lto Sent lloinc.
s a result of correspondence between
high dlgnltaihs of London, Kngl ind, and
I'hlllp l; Itiinough, local repiesenlatlve of
hei mnjisty, thu cpieen of Ihiglaud, defend
ei of thu faith and empiets of India, a
vagrant was pardoned from tho uik.
liuuso jestfrdaj. i
The object of this doubtless intcrestillB
nnd voluminous correspondence is Drnest
( I Mnitln, wlioo homo is In "dear old
liiinnon, don't j' know."
a heiiiiniber 31, alter numeious del.is
ami qulbblings, bu was ai nilgneil In pnii e
unit on a wit,! iuc) ch.UL'u mid seuteiued
I) ift) tlnH In the workhoube Ho was a
modi 1 pilsomi, nnd when Vim Consul
llm lough took his pen In haml to com
munhaif with Cngllsh tuin ttonniles, he
had u c,ood hiibjeet on M hit It to allow his
linpeil.il Iniat'lnitlon to revel coiiicinlng
tho honors and Iniquities ot llfo In a Jatlt
son toiinty workhouse. Tiiebdav .Mr. Hur
lough leeelved mone) Willi whlcli to p ly
Minim's railioail lam to New York, uhtio
tinother lejueseutatlvo of hei majesty,
queen of llngland, etc., will suppb Jilm
with a tlcki I gnoil for one ilrst-clata ins.
sago on a Cunaidei
It will be recalled that Martin was nr
listcsl In ioiupau with Oeorgo l'reinlln,
also of London, on susph Ion of robhluc;
Mrs. .Mel.eau, on West Tenth street, l'rem
lln was couvicttd and sentenced to tho
(Otintj Jail, where ho now Is Theio vas
no evldenco against .Mai tin and ho was
aiialgued as a variant lloth these nun
have been In tho Kails is penitentiary. May
oi Davis signed Mai tin's pardon esterday
HVMIIII IX M.VKIlAt. 1'I.ACKS,
A (iiillnllii, Mo,, Olllter Capture n Char
ailir ( lutrgiirt tli Sutiral Crlmtn.
II A rilcher, an otllcer from Gallatin,
Mo biouuht to Kansas City jestetdny and
lo Ige 1 in tho louniy Jail for ,ift keeping
one W JI, Meade, whom he unested nut
In Kun.-.is, and vvho Is wanted at flallatlu
I'm Jumping u !) bond under which ha
was held to appe.ii at the December teim
of thu tilinlmil eouit to answer to a charge
of assault The assault was made at La
tum. Ma., and Meade, who Is u big man,
lias quite a icputatlou as an all around
tough, Olllcer I'ilcher said juteiday that
Me.iile Ih wauled in Iowa tor selling inoit
guteil piopeil) and lie will turn him over
to the Iowa ollltlals just as soon us they
are through with him In Missouri,
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver, diz
ziness, sick headache, bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite, sallow skin.ctc,
when caused by constipation;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills 10$ and
a 5$ a box. Book free at your
druggist's or write B. F. Alien Co.,
365 Canal Street, New York,
-Isanti il unit tutu (.000,000 beub
rai. .."G3s- CtT, WW It is uov.
"A 1 11 t if 1 v i .1 1 I w t very til
With sdttl ., Ii jr. f I r )! si, . , t
trieq I, 1 tj 1 pi 1 , t licit 1 flt'y
Pol,, 1 In wc 11, I w .1 a out il.s .
nctl On li.a a',, c it . fu ,1, 1 tnc.l
Ajer 1 v 1 , .til i It 1 .. I la I re
Ril nl li j Ii lit (i . Ilu.ebi 1 ) Tf lly
well ever slm I It litiuvks, Tru iilti
lure, A", i 1 Aug. 10, liJo.
mint 1 1 s wit iniiti v.
lite Ages tlltrii by 11 t oupln Married rs
ti nl iv bv tliulgn s( ,irr tt
A slen li 1 1 In'i rr Mj cirt. w ith her
I.nlr hank 1 lava In r link la n In ill,
irnt paliriitlv fur ovi r tw 1 houis in It1 cor I
er tjueal olll e yesterday artirnoon She
vvns nprompnnied b two women, olio of
whom wore 11 Snlvatlon Army bonnet. The
clerk In the olllce looked at the Rroup with
some llttln curiosity, for the Rlrl, It was
Mid, was but II ers of ne, and was
there to obtain a marriage license. The
wait was lne to the fact that Hip father
had not yet rIvpii his consent to the mar
riage. One of the two women vvns tho
child s mothi r, who had signaled her will
ingness to the mutch, rinallv the fath
rs assent was secured Then the girls
ilnnce made his nppentance Mini the license
was made out b one of Itccmdcr Queil's
clerks. The girl gave hei name ns Susie
I". Thompson. The man was .1. II l'ord
lloth live in Aunouixlale. .Miss Thompson
sild she was not quite 11 jours ot age
Mi. Koid gave his am as 30, though he
looked oldrfr. When the license had be 11
obtnlmd the pnrty went upstairs and the
two were mnde mini nnd wlfi b Judge
Siarrltt. The S ilvatlonlst stuod without
In the lull while the ereinony was li. lug
pcrforimvl ijulto a thiong ot witness, s
and visitors standing about the I111II be
came Intctcsted ns soon as it was gos
siped about that Miss Thomiwon w is but
II j ars or nge Seven al big men who stood
about the woinnn wearing the Sun Ulon
Armv bonnet, said: "bhuine!" "Too bad,"
and the like
"I think It's too bid, myself," said the
woman "She hardly knows what nliu
rlagu moms, she's so young. Hut they
tell me I'm a friend of the girl s he s a
prettv good kind of a fellow. He vim lex
In Kelly's ooper shop, over In Armour
dale, and mikes good wages, they say. I
don't know- him, though "
The girl's father's name Is II. I,. Thomp
son, hiior imisi.i.!' in 1111; iiimi'i.i:.
A Stoneeuttc r, I)i pmiilent mil Augrj, I il k
Ills I.Ue at ills lliollnrN llniiu.
Anton Sehrant, a stonei utter out ot
woik, Ifi vcars old. died at the home of his
brothel, John St lira nt, :ilfi Hollv stieet,
at 1 o'cloik j est-Play morning from the
elfect of a bullet that he had Hied Into hit
head on the previous night with Mlkldul
Intent. Schranu Joined a stilUc of union
stonecuttirs 1.-st Oclobn and had done
little woik since He had been drinking
heavily of late ami Tmsdiy afternoon he
wi nt to his brothel s home to get a rille to
go liuntini: He was Intoxicated and the
brothel i.fuiiid to allow him to take the
wc iron Anton pas-cd Into another loom
and, iibkliirf up a revolver that was lying
on a shell, placid the mu.lo against his
light temple and pulled the tilgger Al
though the bullit touched the brain he w is
only reiulirid unconscious. A physician
w is siimnioiiid, but he s.ild that death was
Inuvltnble. The doctor went away, but did
not make n icport of the shooting 10 the
polite Winn Sehrant.; tiled jitd-nlay
iiimnliig the attention of the coroner w is
nlltd to the on- and be took the hotly ill
elnuge It Is nnllktlv tint an lnqunt will
be In 1-1. The linn 1.1I will tik; pint at J
o'tloik this at tt moon Ilurinl will bo in
Sis. l'etei and Paul's cemeuiy.
kii.i,i:ii Mllll.i: MAKMM. in i.iki:n.
.lohii Jltiiigov 111, a Wiitiluiiiiu, ltaa Down
li 11 Hi 11 l.llie Snlttli l.nglii--.
A crowd of school children wis playing
near the Helt line nllroid tiacks, whero
they cioss Madison avenue, yesterday uft
ernoon. The eroding watchman, John
Mongov m, W yeais uk . cro-se-i the tracks
to wain the child! tn of their dangii. Ho
did not notice an nppioaclilng snitch en
gine, and w i 1 tin down and both legs
weie cut otf at thu knees. He was dragged
several feet. He was pit kid up alive and
cairl-'d to a house mm by and kept until
the police ambulance', which had been sum
moned, could ariive He was placed In the
ambuluiee, which stalled lo lake him to
Ills lioiin , at (.In muii avinue and Summit
street, but he -li- I Just ln-loie the liouso
was rt ached II- haves a wife and (-evernl
children. Arraiu-t ments lor thu funeial
havo not been made
CrnwiM to Hear tint Mull Who I'rofe-fics to
(tire It) I, tying On nt Hands.
Strope's hall was well filled with peopjo
last night, anxious to see and hear ot tho
woiideiful woiks of Itev. Welch, lie rtad
a text from the Hible, tin 11 delivcud a
short talk vv tilth consisted mostly ot ro
A.....,i.(r inia.t, iii.it iiia n..rniiii, liim
i:ui,ii iiiih -. ,.. ,,.t ...... .. ,- ...... ......
and Ids 1 1 It litis, then clost d his illseouisi)
by telling it some length of thu minmr in
Willi li he had bun healed bv faith of a
tiaetuitd bone in Ills nose Ills st.it-nn nt
was quite Inttrt sting, and told in the tast
est ninim-i possible, and was tcrtalnly a
woudiifiil ciiM! of "divine healing.'
To-day at ') 11 1 tut It llev Well It will
pu-ach again In himpi's hall, whiih Is at
Ninth anil Ctntial Bluets, mil, it Is not nt
nil Impiobable lb it he will lock tho duois
piolnptly at U lJ, as lit did yesteiday morn
ing, Theio will be no meeting to-night.
,MI llll.lt 111)1. Il-l'l'.
'llireo Men Arrested "n Susplt Ion ot Itoh
lilng , I tints Xt lini tit tsl,
John S Iloyle, George Ii. Hamniond and
Martin Wtleh, Jr, aio under auest on
suspicion of lobbing Janus Nt Uon of $1,
Just befoio 2 o'clock yesterday iiioiuliig
thteo men met Nelson and James Andeisou
In front of tin lr boirding Ida- e, Wl West
Twelfth street, and ,isaiillisl Amleisou,
vvho tinned and 11m away They tin n
knocked Nilson down and look alt thu
money he h.iil-$l III the struggle .esoii
leceived a black eye. At lo'tliKk yestei
day morning tho police .iirt-Mt.it tin- thiee
men suspt'eti-d of the lobbtiy. They weio
airilgned liifmo Justlni Joyeo y-siertlay,
who held them In tl.ixni lionds until next
Monday, Welch gavu bond foi Ills appear
lliiekli-u's Arnle.i Milt-,
Tho best salvo In tho world for cuts,
biuloes. soies, ulceis. salt rlieiim tiler
t-on-H, tettei, thappetl hands, chllhl tins,
coins ami all skin eruptions and positively
elites piles, 01 no pay requited It is hilar
anteod 10 give piquet sallsfat lion or iiiun.
ey lefuniled I'lUe ii tents per box, I'or
salo by II U. Arnold, drutgist, northwest
tointi I'lltli and Main streets, J Oilillths,
IMUce drug HmC lioithwest coiner .Main
and Twelfth stretts, redeinnmi & ilullar,
Diamond drug store, Ml Mullt stieet,
hilling Liquor Without LIreiue.
Allco "W hltnty, vvho run. n looming houso
nt No. IS Hast Miesouil nveiiiif, was ar
ieted yt-steiday unit arratuntsl befoie Jus.
tlco Wulls on thu tomplaiiit of Deputy
County License Inspector tl. Stukcnbtrg,
who eharots her with selling liquor withuut
a license. She pleaded not guilty, and was
udmltteil to 100 ball to appear tor u, he ir
lnif to-moiiow. The arrest of Miss VA hlt
ney Is only u forerunnei of the wholes Ue
piosticuilon of people whu sell beer and
wine without liteusis that Is to follow Im
mediately. Mr btiiktiibi-itr has dcitded to
nmhu war upon uji sum vioiaiuia 01 iiie
I'x-roltcoiimii MeMiiiuinsii l'lueil.
After Mrs. l'lora Ilaxter, the widow, ot
41!) I'lieuy stieet, hud told how i-x-l'ollec-nian
Michael MtMliiamaii hud culled ut
lie 1 home hist Sunday night and cuised her
us mi ullcKtd A. 1'. A., uftei wards bom
barding tier windows with rocks, there was
no one in police eourt yesteiduy who did
not In llev c the accused to be guilty. On
thu witness ktimd Mis. Baxter bald she was
not an A. I'. A. Tor himself, McMliiamau
denied the wumun's ttoiy In toto. I'ollco
Judge) Jones lined him $13. McMtuumau
gavo notice oi anneal to Judge Wooid's.
I maut) up OI lller? fit lul-ejr, tutu nwy
REVENUE DEPARTMENT WOES
i mii vmt ssmi M- ti 01 rici'im i'i li
st (Ml lltUlll SWOIt.S HI IV.
The tnf lit M my lrucll ftiiunl Hullly
of lulling lo I'niinl llcviimn St ttnps
What the AilmlnlKtrallou Is lln
lug fur l'lillllril l'roteitlnn.
1 c tr many pecullur metho-ls In
V .11 Hi. hindlln of business nt Wash
it tii I they rue urmluallj coming lo
t mi ri 1 throtmh some inventiifntiniis
1 1 u 1 in mittte In the conduct ot nf
t u Hi s stale,
1 1 1 rui nt Rt. Joapph there were forty
f r 't 1 t,lsls of prominence In the nortli
1 1 I -I .-ii of the state arraigned In Hip
f 1 il uirt befqrp .fiiclne I'hlllpn, chnrg--1
w filling to cancel rorentln stamps on
t kv l-irrels nnd other cniten of revenue
I Tiny nil entered nleas of Rullty ns
t tl 1, mo w absolute nnd poiuluslvo
1 II point. The petirtlty llxed by law
It 11 ilsuiiinrtit, but Jii-Irs l'hlllps hesl
ti 1 to Impose It, so ln slay pi! senteni p
1 I lu toiiltl communicate with the pn 1
t ut uniirnlnir the offenses Tne plan
1 1 I rsinol vvns to have tho president pir
1 hi th- whole lot of ineti nhtl then Impose
Hi p nally, which would of course be In
oi-r.ulv- nnd ot no efrpct, The mitt r
still n sts nt that jiotnl, no answer having
come from the president. The list of tin n
under conviction Ineliidts many of thi m -st
prominent druggists and wholesale-is In St
They nt onct Interposed political Influ
ence nnd had friends of Conitrtsmin Dock
ery ami Tursney mnlte wur on tin depu
ties under Oenernl Shelby fur making tin
arrests and llllnn the t omplnlnts. Major
Leigh Challneis, spei lal exnmltipr, was
sent here to Investlsite the t halites made
so niimertiiinly In the omplilnls and his
inv estimations uneoitre-l a lot ot fun.
As was stated by tS"!ieinl Hhtlhv, his
ilpputlts matte the t omplnlnts In the inses
on Information furnished by John It. Itog
1 rs, who looks after the collection of teie
uue nt St Joseph lingers had made the
Investigation In putsu.mit- of his duties,
nml llndlng gtoss outrages ugalnst (he laws
In vouiiu he gave the Information to the
deputies and tiny t ntispd the arrests to be
made. There was no blame In the matter
it all that could be put on any of the em
ployes of the marshils olllce, and the In
vestigation nml light of I'oiigressmt n
Dockeiy and Taisiuv cinie to a most Ig
noble Ptid and fjeneral hhtlby went through
with Hying colois unscathed. On the enii
traiy the upon of tin Investigation was a
compliment lo the m.innei of handling
Now there hns been another tick tnkpn
In the politic il Interference with the 1 11
rorcftniut of law by Messis Doc kt ry nnd
Tnrsney, and Collector Itogi rs Is 10 hi
hauled ovti the toils to pulsh him foi do
ing his duty 'Ihe depaitm-nt at Wash
Ingtou Is In high dudgeon over the am si
of the political friends of the sever it eon.
pressmen ami has sent to Collet tor W Ith
eis a peremptorv demand as to why Col
lector llogeis should have done as he did
and Hogers will have to come forw.ud with
a detailed leply explaining to the pollil
tkms why he did Ills duty set forth In
his oitli of olllc t
Another amusing ilieumstante eonneited
with tho whole n rr lit Is that unit a few
d.ivs since a speclil levcnue olllcer went
lluoiigli the houses of some of the on
vleted pirtles again and found a number ot
urn nt tied stamps on einptv pne k.ices and
bimls, and esPiclsed Ids oilic I il pn ruga
tlvu 111 the m itt-i by imposing a heivv
line on eiith of the pirtles This can be
lone by special olll, t rs nnd when done
ends the tase and the tine goes Into the
treisury at Washington.
'1 In- levcnue laws are- seven-, hut tlu.r
provisions aie perfectly pi tin and the p. 11
litles ut u heivv and the man who It
llber.itely violates iinv of the pi nisi ms
Is heltl to be Intention. lllv at 1 liilt ml
the p-nnllv Is nssess( ( on thnt supiostlon
V lilli- the men under arrest wire polltlcil
gv iiioniliunt otheis of less limine lal and
politic il prominent p hivt been irrtstid
tried ami lilt an erati d, and are serving
their time for exin tly the same offense.
Tlier- litive bpon no appeals made to the
president In theli behall. no stay of sen-Unci-
for thtlr m omuiod.itlon. ami nn
congressmen hive conn- lo the front with
.1 dcninnei for m Investigation or 1-pi ill
ation why tho olllc ers made their anest.
J'iiAMt WILLI Wis" SIU.IMJH .S;
Ciinllle ling and Alteraiitlllg Stories of In
iioit nee mill Cullt,
After all, It begins to took as though
Trink Williams told the truth when he
tbnlcd to the police tli.it he was guilty of
murder. Williams wis arrested last Mon
day because he had boasted that ho had
killed a man In ()-.age county, Kas He
was held until the authorities there could
be ciunmiinlenteil with A teleci im fiom
the marshal at Osnge City askt d tin pollen
to hold Williams for murder This was
Tuesday In the mall yesterday morning
mine: 1 letter from city Mnishal John
McMillan, of osiue City, snylni that Will
iams was w.inttd in llurlingninp Kas,
for stealing harness The letter silel tint
on Srptimber S, ISM, the tlenl holy of
John Thomas, a druggist, was found not
far from the home of W Ilium Williams, a
lunthii of Ihe innn loike-l up at Central
station. It Is said that Crank Williams
was visiting his brother lit the time lie
ih nie that he was in Knnsis last Septem
bt r at all. He claims to have come- to
Kansas City In July If he can prove this
tlulin Chief Irwin says he will reltnsa
' There are 100 proplp in Kansas City
who will svvenr thtt I have been heie
since July," said Williams
Otert 0 its a sin ( iitt,
A valuable! oveie-oat was stolen from nn
ollleo 111 tin i:1hs111ge building one week
ago, anil Olllni Jeny CtsUy n-niveied it
til a Clrunel an line si 1 olid hand stole, for
vvlilc h he it 11 tveil a re w aid of V'i tstei
tl ly All-in Mnrland win! to the same
second hand Mine and nitii to sell ,111
oveico.it that was stoltn front tho room of
thu Sitting Mill's Cliilstlan Asunt iallnii
last Tin-til.iy Itlght The siitind Imii'l d-iil-ei
in ngiiieil him ninl culled an utile, r, who
took him m Ctntial station. The pedlio
mi Mnrland is a piofessloiittl oveienat
thief lb will be arialgun! before .1 Jus
tice of the peace lo-d.iy.
It ilmv odors from Snlca Isl inds.
Will led bv the lioitlt bret 1 .
Sfi.iilMiNT In heaUhful fiagr.mce
C.iniiot b. mm passed by these.
Tet th It whltt us. pui Ides;
You will use II If ynu'jo wise.
Ittctlicilu I urge tl I lie 1 K.
A vvell tin ssi tl young iiiiin went lo It II
Hell's toal otllt e at .!." Southwest bnule
illd, Tutsday night, mid oideied a teui of
coil fent (o a Hi minus strut addicts
He gavo .Mr Hell a loiged check for 1
let living Ji- !" in change. Mi. licit pi.-sisit-t-d
the 1 Intl. at the bank ytsttnlay mil It
was lejntfd. Tin 11 lit wuit to Ct 11tr.il
station and iclited how he had been swin
( Itciip ( t il,
Ts'iiie let the time to but Your coat, whltn
you can buy llm best ill the- market at thu
tnlluwiiiK low inlets, dellveied.
Chtiokto and W'e-lr City Lump
and Ugg ?3 00 per ton
Cluroktt nml W'elr City Nut.. , .' Vl per ton
itleh Hill Shaft l.ilini iVt pc r ton
CU.NTHAIt CdAI, .x. COKI3 CO,
Keith 1'eriy blctg.
Iltln llnrtlnt- .VIHalng,
Otto Hartlng, 15 ye.us old, lias been miss.
Ing 110111 Ids liuinn 111 .do West Twenty
tilth stieet since Tuesday morning lie
has In -ii acting que-iily of late ami It Is
btllcvt i lie Is slightly iliiaiiged Ha Is
light compUc ltd, blue eyed, light halt and
null' Jean House rs. mid a may Jteket He
left Ids home bareheaded.
SLEEP k RES
For Skin Tortured
BrciDr Cons TnsiTMBKT. Worm bath
with CUTICUUA Bote, gcuttcj unpllcjtioas ot
Cuticuiu (olaliaeut), sad uiitd do? of COTl-cc-iii
IUuoi.vii.sv ((bt) uew blood tjurlficr).
Sold tttrouzhout tret world. BrtUtti dpott F Nltr.
If si A Sent, 1. Jflof Jwu4l, London. FgrTKS
Vs! c Um. t,vr., - VlVH; Uumcmi, V. s, ,
Our China Department Is to
grow as they h.ne in the p.ist twelve months. The valuable space on the ground floor now
occupied by the large China Department will be given to other department:;, constituting a
genuine revolution lor the better in the whole store.
The Sacrifice Cohmences Today
OVER $,10,000 WORTH OP BEAUTIFUL CHINA, GLASS AND
QUEENSWARE TO BE CLOSED OUT REGARDLESS OF' VALUE.
Instead of waiting until after Jan. ist to offer this stock at such prices we have decided
to give our customers the benefit of this great opportunity right now just before the Holi
days. ICvcry dollar's worth of this magnificent stock must be sold. This is an opportunity of
a lifetime. Think of this great saving when it comes to buying Christmas Presents.
3,600 Hand Cut Salts and Peppers,
And thousands of other similar bargains in every kind of China, Glass and Quccnsware.
Consider the immensity of this stock and what this sale means to you to every
Over $15,000 Worth of China, Decorated anil Whits, From
Haviland & Co. Alone.
A large extra force of salespeople has been secured and every effort will be made to
wait on each one promptly. Do not delay in coming. Doors open at S a. m. Be on hand
and make your selections as early as possible.
From this date no goods in this department will be loaned, taken back or exchanged.
BUT THERE ARE OTHERS.
A 1 i:V I'lllMS AIMII I OI IRIX's
AM t Il (DMIS.ll Is.
If Sir. liner In liit-llKllilr- Wlmt stmtl Hi-
Dunn W lilt l'rt-sltli nl li rutin mill A Icti r-
liliill lliittlK? Hlo) Aret Until
Ctillie-riit-il III (ll) Mlliplltn.
"fcecllnii y- of .irtlcio 4, of the rlty clnr
t r u-.iili. 'It .m olllcer Mi.ill lie- ilircttly
or lntllri-ctl lnttlc-.tcel tu mil 1 ontr ie-l
under Hie' tity lie Fliall lie frulltj of
t mllimi 111101 , nml nnj uppolniiio olllcer
Tuciiitilnf,- o Intort html shall be clIsniK-til
from olllce iniiuc-cll.ttclj by tlit 111001.' "
So 1 cutis .111 iirtUle- In a. .i-t ennliiB's
paper In Its attempt to question the iU,ht
of Mr (K-oiitc- J. Hnei to hold .1 poflttcm
uiioii tho bo.it 0 of publli' works, to which
ho was rci't'iill) .ipiwintttl ami 1 ontlriileil
The point r-Jl'ecl nralnst Mr I it N not
that 11. Is mult 1 contract with the - ill fot
uorlv belni; clone-, hut thin he Is tin. I- r his
lonti-act, ol)lic,iel to keep 111 tep.ilr certain
work that was mintlj tlniie- h him
Klioiild it he foiind tint .Mi torji
compelled te 11-lMi oil account ut a iiulblile
like llie one 111-llllnlltil, otllt 1 it Ullletlh,
ill oiiler to tiilli-rt tho pieteil. ul thtali
IWliecl. inlirht uleci (Ind thein-.ilMs verait h
liiff thtlr ht ads In trjluir to iK-termme-
their line of ellltj 111 this lespi t
I'or Instance, miini'l) " inuiith p 1-cs
hut that the- Wevttiu Hir-h an-l l'oor
I'onip.inj'H mini.' ts sm-c-ii upon tho 1 K
iilm appiopilaiion nulliliiiiie. ,ll!T"
innn Willi nil Hunts It pre M.le nt of this
concern In October Aldt 11111111 Uuttlu s
c-oinpins was kIm n a rlty n.iiiiint forji-.i,
July, ., hi pttiuber, $.!ilC'-, and AUKU.--t,
Mti't of this as in piinient of cert 1I11
mippllts for the new 1 lt hospital. .Mr
IliutU It a cllt oilier, and th. .hailei
pimblon to wlili h tho i-miIiib pap' 1 calls
htt.ntltiii Min 'ilireeih or Indirectly In-
teitte-el In nn lontiu'l," etc
'.Sent the prirdtl-nt of the bond of public
WVtlks, Ml- 1-1 III" 11 liem. 111. " "
Hid with hnxliit. luoiiKht ths r-inill itu'iit
to the atti nti-in of the Imiii.1, Is pit "id. lit
of tin- Th rn m-lliiM ns I'llntliiK I'oiup.iiiJ
The aiiiiltilil illltill clltllll.lllie Im O. toiler
slntwh thin Hilx tnmp.inj war, Kiten 11 wnr-
innl 101 i'"i i"i mo. -". ""; "". -"
tl.'.i..,. tv..f. .e Mr '1 email s nut Citlli
president nf th- bo ml of public uorKh
and the upper Ihiiim but It citric Us or
indlrei ll count en 11 ecitit .c ..ni'-..j ......
has tut-ml Into a c online I Willi Ino elt
I rum month to month for Mippllcs.
'Ihime roiiiplHlnliiK of s,,re I limit,
llnartiiiots-, or "talttln cold," should iiso
Uroun't JiionMU rroi.hu ".Sulci only InuoxDi.
Stalo Siiperliitendint Kirk ilsltccl soicral
of the clt schools cntttla.
Thcie will be a nieetlim- of spliltiiatlsts In
the llltlKi- lull. Ma'onle InilMllik', Ihjs.eleli
lliKiit S in Mih It. S. Cow lilt,', of Watch
IllKloll, Wilt Pteslle.
.Mrs .Mary Italid, ,1 pahsenuer 011 the
.Me-niphli initio id. Imported to tile depot
olllc ills jestcrda) thai she li.i I lost a
tnliiiililu unit! watch on tho tialn tiotu
May Hooker, the womin whom "Ited l
O'llrfcn, the uninrloiii) thin?, use cl to ilp
whin he war. .Jispl-iseel, wns lliie.l tl. 111
police court estiiila Shu upiie.tled the
eabu to the c rinilnal mm I
Willie llr O (" Jlonli'i'ii hoi i-o and Ihikk
were MlliillilB ih rie'Iit of a house .1) Ml
llist Ninth siieet Tueialay night a tlilcf
i.iinoiilonB and curled nway a lalino Illle-tl
with Miliiahlt) muBlc.il Institiintiita
nenuty Marshal Joo ritewnrt, wlio wna
badly injured b Unlnu thrown fiom 11
liuk'uy t -I Hinuwnj hoise two weeks ubo,
was alile to be mound for the. Hi at timet
tsterel.i and waa ut thu county jail all
The nlsht watchman nt the Helplner Hand
liiHtltutii ejected James Dails, nut J inien
Wiley bi'cmife tluy were drunk As an
f lilt nee of their tttspleasure the) rsinasheil
one of the blir ollleo window. Yesterday
1'otlce JuilKo Joins hcnteiicetl tneiu lo tho
woilshouse for twenty du)b tach
Austin You ntr, .1 tleik lu llm CltUens'
Nallutial bink, was airestetl for iurrlnK
eoneealect weapons It was bhown at his
trial lu police couit )esttrday that his dii
ties necessitated tiaiibportliiB considerable
sums ot inoiity from one bank to tinother
and that ha canted a. leiolu-r lo protect
himself from a possible onslatiKht of
thleies. JutlKe Jonei said that under the
clrcunistati' ' ho thought Youiit- phould
be peimllteil to tarry a. tooltr and dis
charged him fiom custody,
Mrs. Magsio l'o ts a pocket edition of
a woman, bite Is about & years old and
less than four feet IiIkIi. Hei husbin-1 and
her three children are dead and slio tells
lead pencils on tho strtet. Hut cloo com
petition has ruined the lead pencil Indus
try In Kansas Clt) for MitBule. She t-a)s
thero are too many oue-lmKi'd '"id les
lebs, one-armed unci armless, halt and
blind pencil sillers here to compete a km lust
and slid wants to BO elsewhere. Bhe thinks
that a diminutive woman would hae a
better show for the public's nickels lu St.
I.ouls, and yestei clay she called ut Central
police station and atked the desk captain
to furnish her railroad transportation to
the convention city. Captain II ran ha m re
ferred her to Ma) or Davis. Mayor lJs
jetwad ii : La :ubi Sdstv.
, wte .
Wo propose to make many change; in this lartjn store e.trly
in tho New Year. Several departments have outvjrown their
present locations, consequently must have more room if they
Sold ns a 'hnrttaiM" at Ilijili Price Stores
Our Price in this Cirent Sale only
iim oie 1 iii,si's fiiMiii io.
siri.itl Itt port of it. teller Itiiht-rt (tlllln.lii
I Hi tl V .--llTllllJ.
He elver Kohrrt CIIIII11111. of the North-i-i-l
cbi trie line, til-d hi" Icmrth r- pen t
ttei lav 111 ludKO lltnrv s toiiit Ills r-
tpiet thit ho he t-ninted an tillovtinii e of
tlJ. i' for Ills mtv lees up to ami In- IihIUik
October l was honoied by tin court
Tho leport Hhows that the- roa I Is In .1
irootl condition The total re-iipts from
March II, 111, to Octoln-i 1. lfi were Jl I
M1 : Tho tares taken between .Mar h It
1HM, nntl I VI11 uar)' 1. ISij, amoiintel to d,
'l.'l. Those Uken ltelwten I'tbiiiiirv 1
anil Oc-tober 1 of this )t ir aniounttd ti
Vlitrrlui;t 1 liett-t-s InHiinl t-terilii)
John Wnton. Kansas Cltv. JIfi
Annie II. Hi. .11 Kansas Cltv Mo .. .
J 1". I-U), I.im I.) nno. Mo
Mattio II JetiniiiKS t'nss t-ounic Mo
II W Parks N-cHho cotintv K t
Mr. Vln 1 ciK-len. Ntosho coiiiuv Kas
John Me 1'ielk'ht. Kansas I'itv K is
Karnltt lt-t 1 K insas I'ltv Mi.
H)ron I, I'lnlcv, Kansas Cltj Mo .
Mile I! I'oull, Kans.tt, fit) Mo . .
I, H l'ord Arnioiiidale Kas
Suslo P Thompson, Armouidab. Kas
Victor Mttcr, Kansis Clt). Mo. ..
Nell Parabie-, Kansas Clt), Mo
ltd thH It. piirit it.
Schmlth, J. nnd I. ; 2212 Vine, Nov ember
Anibroster, J and M ; 2412 Chaikilte, lie
cent In r 1, i.irl
Doran, N' h. and Mar , 11 Kast Kkhih
Nov mbe r J , bo).
Werner, Charles nnd 13 , HI1. I3isi M
tetiuli, Iee mlitr S, hoj
Pit lean!, W N. nnd A , 3-i Main, Ilec. in
b.-r 7, rlrl.
Hatch. M W and H. II , 617 Kut Thir
teenth, Uetcnibe-r 10, j-'lrl.
I't litis III porl.-il.
Hultberc Aitllfs R.. 2.110 Hollv. lie . mher
10, i jear.s, polloniROlltis, burial In I limn
Ionet Mis, Allco; ie;o Chen) , Itec-mlirr
la. Si ears, ctlplitheila, burial tu I 111011
cemi 1 ory
Micshufa'fr. Miy II; 1110 Kim SIMIi,
Di-ieiubii 't, ;0i irs, pueipe r il s-pili euil 1,
burl it 111 Mount ht Mini's ii-ui-'tr
W.iU, Willi nn, 11 Wild 11 tourt, lico-m-bei
1; In months lonKCxtlon f briln, I1111
lil lu I'nlon 1 -in- it i).
lakei, I'ul m -lb. Chulotte; 1 1, t inh, r
1, 10 months, e tplllnry lirom hitl; buiiil lu
nl-. I', ler ind 1'iiilV ceiue-ti r)
lillllum, W. 13 , Mlsi-otirl Pidllc horpltil,
p.-ieiiib.r 'I, M ears, miimhot wound,
buiiil lu i:tmwood ceiiictiiy.
Turner, Cljilo, fO Clt-ri), IVirniltir 3.
1 )t ir, 111 lite hjilipi tiphatu, burial lu 01k
Thoiiiii- (leorKt- W.; (.20 l.'ast fifth. IV-i-ember
11: i.'l )eus, initial Insuilklenc) ,
but lal lu Union eeim-tet).
Cairoll t'nilirlnkliiK Co, 12 McOeo
stree-t. Ttlepliont 2SI3.
3Sew liiicirporntliiui. j
Tho Kansns City Cement Sidevvnlk Com- I
inn), the Ineoipoi-.itoi of whi. li arc Wal
ler 8. n.illlwall. Andrew J Mtdll. ton and
W. 11 llallivvttl, tiled articles of In. oipora
tlon ikteiiiiy. 1 ho e ipllnl totk Is JiO trnu
The Midland Katrv Ccimpiii), tho inptt.il
stoek of Willi h Is ffi.Ora, alsn llletl articles
with (In- recorder Ot llteels, lllc iiieorpor
atois lire 1 ii. Pickett, hllas bliiiimwi) ami
13 M Pickett
Tin pro fotin.i decree of the circuit court
Incmpoiallni; the New Ceiitur) Club was
letoidiil )esurdi) uttcrnoou. Its, objects
.110 Intellectual and ethical ciiltuie ,Mu.
M iry A .Merlne Is tin. pn-t-ldent 'Ihe club
claims lo be u iiieinber of Iho total fed-c-ratlon
of W omen s l nibs.
Will Ill-it iiksOrilliiuiiiPt,
Tira villi bo n. Joint meetinir of the
Shier liupiavement Assoc Intlon and tho Hast
hldo linpioveiiitui .koti limn at niits.
hill. TTuO Hast Twelfth htitet, this evtiilui,-,
for the piirpnset of lonslderliiK thu pliiinb-int-
.in, I conduit ordlnanies. now iiendluir
tu tin- council. Oood speakers will Im pit-v.
ent and these matters will receive a thot
oiish discussion An Invitation is extended
to 1111 WHO ate. nil 11. -a lee. in iiiiuii ip.i. ttll.
Park Colleire oralnrltnl contest, Y M, C,
A, uudltorluiii. frldav evenliiB, Dec. U.
Tickets on sale at J. W, Jenkins', 5il
Illi;l! fciliool Kiile'rliiliiinent.
At tho recular Thursday entertainment
at the high school to-day the following pro.
uiamiiiH win ltd reucjcieti; auiunarp soio,
by Paul Hoops; an atlditss by llev, 11. 1),
lenkils naslor of the Secon rPresliVtela I Askbclatlon. to lake plate- this ewn ir
ffiSgSf aW oi,',',0 iStflJSr ! fciffllS SS,, eit" oV' ,ft- v"i ul
?'"' Iness of the leaeter of the otsanUatlon,
"V'OUR body is hungry
lunai, yuu arc uvuijj
tWcreli", TnKiHsaif city, liratir
1 r - - .te-1 M .-. -"
Hand Cut Bowl,
Made by I he Great
most in 1 tec t
tho best mide and tho
Hver shown In winter tjitod-.-' Pon't
111 pin t to tec thosi ve- have jut r--eeived.
n 18 MAIN ST.
1 g ?TO-giwta3ttfJci-oiaij'a gg3
good ones, too.
Mil) -ln ill. nn ami
rsli 1111111I lil .
Cornel, mn hcuulltul uahiut
r 1111 , "ii Si J5
Uojjctn Hnis,, (ihimsi mii
timlilli tin lultl fit in it mu inir
In k ri. 11,111 hit $175.
(lalilcr muhiim m 1 diciil'1,1
cit injuiixl i' nihlh n $170
(i.ililci-Coi.ecrt (ir.iiul I'lirilit,
llel'-, Intllitllul talk him $,25
(tlllj Nl llliltll
Km. In-, rs, dii lliii.rilni 111. lint .1
Co., h7.'., Ili.llel ,V ll.ltln, !!,,
ll1.111.-4 Itroie , S7r, i 11, s(Ullt
eS7ti .tiiui; Urns , -.11,'..
tome In ilieevt nine: If r.-ticm tratm.v
ilurlnmhuilay hioiuopou 11111I1 loo cloc-l.
F. G. S3 1 ITH,
Mtinufiirtiiitrtif II iiilburii unit
iooo Will 11 ut Street,
QUO. AlKTCALP, Mgr.
ne.leru .IBtlil lor Melmta) I'luuiu
at tii 13 iuri:i,
A'l T1113 ii.vmnnt shop,
AT Till! 111. Mi:
'11113 .MI.i:U IIIIVII. (I) clve j our linen
(lean. 1'iiit, lltiiltli) Work.
Silver Towel & K, G. Towel Co,
I'htnm iw; I,
A. O. V'm.Kl.ltSdN. p'ci
lli.irniil M. Iltilil.-ii Prt-ttliltiit,
The nil triors of the Cxchillieo IlulldlliR
Aksoclatiou 1111 1 vtstenliv und 1 let 1, it
, 1'itbt Vim Pit-sidint Howard M Hidden
'to the ollleo of president, ni.itlo vat-ant
'by the death 01 13 11 Allen N.-inml Vice
Piesldeni W It Cluku was promoted to
tho Hi 1 1 lcti prtkldtuc), mid C W. White.
lit ail wns made ttcoiul vice niestelent. J
Ciaw ford James was electeil a dlteetor In
place of the lllu 13 II. Allen.
Star Cc.urte (oiiiirt I'o.lpniitil,
The Park sisters' concert, which was to
be the bciond event 011 the Slur entei t.iin-
nieitt eourso 01 1111, ioiiiik .vuns t'lirlsttin
Wo are now killing the best R Hides of
soft coal ut less than Inferior Eludes are
bclne offend lor in the market Cull und
0 us. C-NTHA- COAI. i COKK CO .
Keith & Perry bids.
Wetpiirt lux Ulllt
On sewer districts 1. 2. 3. I. 9, 19. 11. li and
13, can be paid at Cotter, McDonnell -.
Co.'s olllce. 7U W'jaudoUQ street, Kmucis
CS T- '
: Piano B
ij'fhoughe, or ;s
Come to the store and wc will
?!. 1 ... .1...
tl siiuw uu an usotiiiiciii cnac it
will make your huart glad. t
!; How arc those : !
! Ooorl Aim'rlcnn Mnntlolln. II
li w in tut- 1 14 -. m-lls f r t l to
J- 1 t Me v hi r.
Cootl Amorlonn Cultiir. ii
JJ niirmtt.il M''- oelN fir t: "1 1 3 J
II Jl 1,1- k lilt niffiir.l e , ir 1 1? 4J
J; et 1 i- full) wnrrnnt- '. J .ml j
I; f . "i nothlnK in 11 w in l to;;
ii t mi in. 41
M MUSIO CABIfVETS. ",
J! l.nrite Kto- k, hnndnolili) ft)lc., J"
JS tl .- to ! !''. JJ
f Mti-l Ititllit, (Oe to HO tl
JJ Atitnliiiips, all st)l-s, JIM to"
!J . ! !!
II rnustc ooxEs- ;;
St mtitioiilon, Hecrlna nnd Sivlits It
It " 1 t " tt
. iidliix, lull size, bow nnd rosin,
tl 1 In model nnd finish, l-ox and 1!
b , J. I") it
; VIollttB, -trndlvnrlus
II 111 . h 1 f.1 and upwards.
;; 1,000 violins
5 t pel, t from, tl M to JVMO.
WiiBhlnKtoH Cn Itiirtj.
JJ tu lis t22, jr..
li J. W. .lenkins' Sons,
a '.i.'l Jl.'llll M. y
Clem B. Altman,
Will save you at least
On ci'erythinx in the Jewclvy
line. You knoio wc
707 MfllN ST.
W 11 CiArnr; I'ren J W Ilmscr Set
A. A Iokumion, V Prf) C It ltueisctEi, lu
LW P rs-WB-CTiTV
OP KANSAS CltfST, MO.
NEtf iukk larc mtUDisd
Acpounts, sulijpi't (0 citi'dc al
"lii-flit, receiM'd from inilhiiliuils,
linns mill corporations ou tho
most iiivo ra bio tonus.
J,t'p;iil depository for Court ami
Acts as Kxtoiitor, Giimdt,
AdiniuiRtrator und Rcicuiver,
tlHO as Ktspistrar and Tr.iuafer
Airt-ut for Stocks -ltd Uoodt.
piicitorapiicd frum life
' o ;r is vufl Eb-..
im uuy $t Sr4
lClU d i) ",
1 iti.M 11 iii.mi:ii,
Dr. Oelap's New Tonic Pills."
Produ.es the above result in M DATS
Nil l.K.N'eil.It' Il 1 is pnwiirfull)
nml -i 'i M) t arc! ..in, rs will curt
.iu 1.111.,, 111.11 will 11 j, im (heir lot
uittnhtjoil and old 111,11 will re over
en r louiniiii viRor It i tt Kl) mil
I1"-111-- 3 cues .m jc 11 f, r-;rsti,
-nil I from est, in,e vt lot t, ,
01 .,Hii-r etim ih nik II si .res I Oh T
1'ciWllt A.N'U 1TA1.IIV LMPel.
ii. Nc M-.nria t Mis.siti.sn
1'UI.IVl MI.M-ilti WAmHS'.; Hlh
i;ASI3h ml Al.l. e tfe, is f , ,r lliustt
or 1 xi ss 1111 I nulls letluii, win li 1111
lit-, one fur in in 111,1c, Inisiueis ur
Mu I) It noi onl) .tiios b) strlkiiiB
at th . at -f th. It-., is, hut Is 1
i-re 11 M3lt 13 1'OS'IC and HI, clou
PI Ull'lUIt It bilnKs link (he PINK
(il.OW lo PA1.I3 CIH-.I3K.S nml re-
p(oris the rim: op im in inbi.t
on unit druKKlit Kivini; jou 1)13
i..irn no oiuer is ttpiii. as 11 is
pn par. I from (lie prescription of 01
111: l.Al' Ihe uinit Ficnti phial.
cian who has had thlrt) )ears"
pracllce hospital and olllce, In Paris,
on Nei vims IHsean't Can bo carried
In vct pocket S-ut li mall (sealed!
post ictt tiilcl, 51 t.l pick.IKe or SIX
PACK dl3 Poll JIOij WITH A
WltirT13N lll'MUXtKL! To POSI.
'lli:i.Y CUHU Ull H13PUND THU
I'or sale by
JOHNSON BROS., Druggists,
1107 Main Street, Kansas Clt), Mo.
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 1SS0.
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF HENS.
TO BALD HEADS
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