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TtlK KA.NSAS (TIT JOfHXAL, SrXDAY, DEC15AIHER22, 1895.
BEST TWO-YEAMLD PACER,
III l A.SAM s WAS
'J tin Him .if I'.ilrtnt vtFiiptl lll Mile
Hi t lutft In llritinl I Itiir-I'ln.tle r,
llir. Ilmt I'llly fptirtlll?
! nml Niili-1.
A!i!ii.-Uf.'h the S. car-old pacing division
r ii. IMreitl.i ur Carbonate this year,
li 1..1 classed very high, thlrtj-elght
- i' 1 1 flavin i till year, while
t i of Ihom t-.i - ii. ords I ...low a, 80.
i i i in th lftb ili. i.ronn.rolt Ana"
I 11 I'utruli. This ."U was the largest
.r the ypitr In i . UvisiotvAsvlng
. .inl of .,li, ,. titrtetl slrHhies
i i 'v ii lite race, Ms i.nly ilrrMf Hittfe
. hands it Wnlpin i. vviiii MtW
i -. i'i'Iib Ananias jm . l nil MsuhSSt!!
i v .' Jii. nnd hip m-owi nf i.u t. within
u - im of the world' iceurd for a-year-
-ri. puinm.tr, nil. t. miner to car.
Mamie saci'tld. Inning iiii II-'1 a
"f 3.124. Ills mnrh, however, wu
i-.iii. of his gijt'Cf . .in he logged t hi-
iris of Ihpltt-nt and could proba-
i.f Illinois CI
iinl of 2.H ,
inm by Kin.
,i't ly two i
tiui, sire or '
i" tor, 2,3". I,
i h-up, by V i
,-.. .!,, 1. .1
: lend the llllWs,
uldlc clocly fnl-
, Advance. Iiy
. !. Ik rrpit-wnful
Mill IS, IIS IK lllSO
'..i. 2.2ii, nml Lor-
a son of Almoin
J i , granddam of
..tt Tone, by
i br. p., Iiy I'd i ..
I.' Ml. k's Alinont. 1 1
. .in, f., j Adv in. . ,
i i h. f., t Urc. -torn
I, t I. bllld I lie
mi Annie V..
1 1. Ii. f.. bv Ariro; -Wilkes, dam
In llf-ri- M5H
.- !. :.. Iiy Kuimuk. dam by
iwk Jackson 2:23'j
i stinr, ch. c, Iiy Advance B-.2S
. Hoy. I. c by Ite'itiudii lov..i!:aii
) l.iney, b. tr., I'j Ashland
i. i-., Iiy Charles Caffrey, dam
S'i. igaler 2:21
. In-, a.. Iiy Ktluiri Wllkrs
. 'y irxilikliAIioliK 2'22
' .inn., h. f by lK-k K..1 2.3M
i I I-.. I. T., Iiy Illinois Chlrf
1. l.v HlK-lilnml I'liinf 2.1("i
t. nor' i., Ii. jr, by Jlllly llovir....2:2'4
Jl i I . I'nloti, rh. c, by lnlon .Mo-
kitty Wra. by Tnlin.-ni 2:H
Ji . i Mark, 1 1. I., liv Mt'Klnuey-
1.' ' .i.i. by Diuihwood 222
lui I'.irtiKi r. f..by Hobl. Uurns..3:l!',4
Kiln . i hlntiuiailK, b. K-, tiy Velocity,
ri I v I'oollin'' .2:17
K I V h, c, by Clav Abdnllnh 2..'iM!
J r i .i l'i. tor. rh. f., by Porttinnlu,2:30
IMit. ..ill. i, b. f.. by I'l'titlnnd. dam by
(?' . Jr 2:1DU
Mill II. b. f., tiy ,Iay-"p-Joy 2:2S
Mill i. f, by ISlei'trlciun Noontide.
Ii. It. in. Id !2:19
Cltilri. in I.., blk. ! by AIltHl 2:19!i
MIH n ... b. o.. by lted WlriK. dam by
Mi . 'nt M..., 2:2li4
Vn , Hrooks, lilk. f., by Hauler
lir ;.-, dam by nay Georire 2:10Vi
3'IOt M. .limn, Jr., bik. c. Tjv lllot
Jit l in -Klla Wllki!'. by Ira Vltke.2.81K
1'r r ' Allwrt. b. o 2:17i
3r.ii HlMii.uvk. b, .. bv Almont
I it hrn-JllnnK by Chl'hollnV Hluq
I iil 2:2!
I'r i-lirliy. tlto c by Kln
Hi rod .. 2-17"'.
1'r Mr . h. i. by I'aMiimtus, dam
l.v pitm l'.Mlro j.i
HriHrt 1--. ,.)i. g by l'rlnoi. I"oho....2:2Sii
Itubx lii.in, blk. f.. bv HobPrt nvan-.S:;-
it1 ' . ''' - by Si'I'Tloi- Mtoifirte
II In Ir.m Ihiki ... n.iitir
jfr n ,... by nm.k i u.im.in'.i!!!;." !!;:
J Jurr. 'ii.-. b. , by Chit Thorn, dam
b If. 1,ik , "'Kit
Tn.,7 Ji . b. c, by Tr.-po i;.;.';.";5:2.;
PURTELL AND MOORE AGAIN,
'i'liv CimIpiIiI,.,! (lii,.t llptw,.,.,, Ihini,
win tip .sittini by a rinui, riKiu on
urn i. a
; m.nts havp at nut ben oomnlot
- .otid iin-otlnK of Dlik .Moor rind
nt. II th.-dat. ,-.-t for th.- conti-M
'. ..iiy II. The mill lll b,- pull.d
in. th.- niimbpr of i-iitator.-. be
.' lo 1J-'- Thi- reiirc.ntatlve of
u.tatant has ut up $1,000 and tho
lllf'lll Ifll.'lI'HtltOMU ii nni.1. a . luu.
nil f h. Ntnkf and pnrsr. money to so
1 ,., ,w ,""'1:- Jl"? slened articles spi'i-ify
i.lloa. sl.n.1 l.n X .. A...... '.
" " w iu ii imiBn ana
n..n Hhall pntcr the rlhfr twlichlnK
-' i.iunibj. Jloorc mid Purtrdf nut
i -' and ihe Ijsht belnx mtttrruntmi
. j. -nth round, was culled a draw.
bad far und away thf brst of
'. but Jluorp's frlcndK njid thoi
-i en him llBlu, brondly hiatal
. Klmply "faklnit" in .ir.lrr to
-I ilnlsh llffht for u bit' tnirxp. Br-
i 'iiuy, hi frli-nds hfH" Ktx-at -on-
i ability to whir. Iiirt-ll, for an
weondi fJan-Hnn, 1 lo I, third. Tim-.
FotiMh race TriH hnndipnp: onp mil
ono-KIUopriHis milen. "binilowni. 8 to I,
won; tinnirmr)-. B to I, wond Iloofpv II. .
1j to 1, IhlM. Time, l.i.
Fifth M.'.f)np jltul oim-Plehth itill-
I'rlK to .'., wots; flrtlMtiinilft, to 2. -
ond; trttpr, I to l. third. Tim", 2"."i. I
Mill iittlHK S"oli..
Mrtf than ,cm worth of pxhililtion I
l'l- him kn rpftlcd In Mii.llx.n f-inuir
-fflrden for tin. i-yclc htw whl.h will Inku
ple npt month. ,
A move looking to lh sdmlMion of pro- I
fpntlonal blt-yplp ridT m mpmlrhli mil
Ijp made m thp ni-mbiy or thp Uhkup ..r
AtrtPirlcan Whpplmpn in Kibruary by 1.. '.
Jnt)Mh, ''hii'f vonniil, of llllnnl..
U, H. Morfl-' tllly, Salllp I'll. in.. I, I.i onp '
Of thp lii-nt 2-)trir-o(d!i riinnltiK nl Hum
FMlxdKco. Slip In by thp m-'.H Siihiit.'i,
Ollt Of V!do ClLltiOjl, Thlp In iin Irmbt. .I.i
thp liPKt lllly ftalvntor ha y.-t Mf.-l.
, Arrnifi'mi.niii Mr bpn tiwili- foi n no '
HotWfpn thp mtddlPn-lKh' (I. orm- V
I'riBcn, of IVttlRtoAn, nml Ii diM poldn of,
t'hndPlhla, I.i ink.. pIiiim li.fi.r.. th" !
Smith nark AlhMl- i-lub, or I'lilln I'lphla.
"SVllllnm I'.un. thi- dl known u tiiiiR I
Ktalllon otM.i.l In Wllilam I). Altho.i ,
of I'hopiilxvtlti., ,m. I hnvltic a r." or I of i
1 7H, will In- t.lii.-.-d in thi hand.- ot Iltoi.k- '
i.ii'lwls, of f'oitt..vn, to be lint into nu lux
unni ror npxr iivnon.
John W. Kly, t. i,l.iy..d lth th- I'h'l
n '.'Iphbi "ColiK" In lKin. ha nr. rpid f rm
t pili'h ro' thr l-tr)lt WpKtprn Lilian.-
Inb npxt Hi-ncon Ki) madp a arMit i-pu-ntlon
with tin- .Mi. blip nml New OH. .tun
. IiiIih In the Mtnitftom league last cin-
Whllp our champions arp llorkliiR to Kn
fluid "fidlar" I'lillniT kupiiik to I.p of th
opinlnn that Ainrrtra l thp bpttpr plan- of
tin to for turn of hi prnft. Anyhow, tin
intMiupror of Illlly 1'llmrnpr will ntilvp in
iN' orN parly np.xt month, and will
Jitobalily lip matehi-d to meut Jlmmiv i!.u-r-,
Attr Charlfp AleKcevcr and On-rn 'MH
ler dtKvoVpr whlidi Ik thp lwt man, th
winner will probably Ikih a i-hnllpnKP to
UporKp l.avltrnp for thp llifhiw-lKht .-Irini-filonMili)
of Ami-rlca. McKeevpr and ..-la- '
Ipr will so for. tun roundu li.'foro the tn-w
Jlanhattan t'lub, of Vpw Vork. i
rtooui ine nnrtiesi Knot tnnt nns iircn
prpil nt Kid MoCoy Is Sailor lirown'it i-hiil-Ipiiap.
to tlstlit any middlpwvlftht In tin -world,
Kid Mi-Coy prpfprn-d. Wlu-n Salloi ,
iJrown takp to llrinit phnllrnKCK at nn
borty thpy are coming jireity toiiKh. Tin- 1
Bailor has lot ii flttht In pypry idly of any !
l!p bt'twppn Jlalnp and Cnllfornln.
Tho Turr oonursK hnn Iik y.-t tnkpn no n - I
tlon In thi- iharRpK prpfprr.'.l by Stmt, ri
Uiown HKnlnst JiidKi- rri-vidltiK, urmvlnij !
out of thu mpptln Hlvrn at Kiinii "lti '
durtiiK th. pa?t Ktitnm r. .Mr. rrrvt-llnt; i
ha biH-omr- Impattpnt at th.- d.-lay, and ri-. .
ppniiy niiiiipu a lotti'r to w.-pr. tmv I loop. r.
askinf? that parly action bi (nkon. He il -tiounppd
Jlr. Brown' chargm, und kii d
hp would bp happy to meet the lnvestlK.it
lntr commlttpe at uny tlmo
lTeslilpnt Ban .Tnhti.ion, of the Wesl.-in
Iii'UKUP, la authority for the statement that
the i-'ebruary meetlmr of the li-mine will lie
neui in i iiiruxu nisveau oi t. j'nui. us in
tendfid. for the rensoti that the AVInlv citv
wems to be more convenient for the uatli
erlnif of the tnairnaU'S. It Is furiher e.
plalne.l that CIiIpiiro Is neutral Kioiinl.
and thp. powers can bo there without ne e
luirily bplnff nnjbody'd (fuest, while nt the
same time nnhody feels called upon to .n
tertain the visitors except in un Informal
It Is more than likely that the Jllnnrnp
oIIh team will conKlst next year or Wllixiu
and Jloran for catehets; Wi-nlen, lln-t
base: Stewart or Trudy, second b.ise: Hull,
short: Joe Strauss, third bne: Lallv, l-'nmk
and AVilmot. In the outlli-ld, and l-'tns.r
and Blaekburn, tin- mainstays In the bow
with two additional pitchers of sttenmn
Before next season opens up the lin-nl
cranks will see some new faces In tin
team, and If they pan out tin- wnv tin
management expects them to, the pennant
will come dmiKcroiislv near to ilvlnn at
Athletic park In ISfHI. .Minneapolis Tlnus.
This Store Will JBo Open
Every evening until niter Christmas.
lor the accommodation of
CLOTHING CO. 909-911 MAIN ST.
Out of Town Patrons
Mail Orders will receive prompt ser
vice. Write plain and givo de
scription of article deslrod.
Purnisliiog Goods llppi.
(Jjrrrs Viiddidr StnjcirstUniii.
A Ihoimnnd fine T.
imperial m, i 1-4 nr.
hands, f.t"- .ii . nn
choice .... -uu
i (lor.cn . r. i.
flnit Hllk nn. i Srii
4-ln-hatnK, Imp i
J .IblnMli. . v. t ,
slBn, t.nl :,. ,,ti i
tl vn values
IT US TO SUGGEST
A FEW SENSIBLE HOLIDAY GIFTS.
Sensible tioonlo will nniircuirttu sciniblo nrcscnt?. a srrcat deal moro tlinn .oiiib
A little tiinkut that is of no practical mo. ll need not uoit you any more, buy soino-
tiling that will all tho tmio keep you pleasantly rem -inhered.
M rtor.cn very en. .tipm e
Inlllnl Silk ir-m.'l. on
rhlK all 1. it r-. JAV,
60c value, clnm .- .... fcou
, 160 dozen Wllon Br.. Phi.
Paso line ani,i. s-i i ..t
ers, Kilt I. ink.. . rinn
Imported w.l.v 4
kind. i-lio.-c tuu
Very tine Kmbr .Id, r. ! Hu.
pend. r. Inn I ii, num. d,
each pair In ,t r n
Kliis- b.., JI vain. . n In
Jl.mdsomo W'.imeiitta Mm.
nn .Mulit Hoi.- ,-ml.r d-
iii re.i uttii r.-i.M
color silk, 7" kind.
J'lnc Sateen NUhi lt..bci.
n.-w Mi.i-i.s. i-r--
sold for J.'.ii,
body Press Shirts.
cutis In ni.it.
worth Jl ... ebon
A doz n vi ry fir.. I- ly Linen
i oit.irs. a iii
A dozen line l-ply
1 I'M' m.
LL Ml GO FOR
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE OFFER FREE AND
UNLIMITED CHOICE OF
ANY MAN'S SUIT N THE HOUSE
(Hltirk io(U Kxct'ptcil.)
Offers splendid op
portunities for use
ful holiday presents
for the little boys.
worth Jl.Do. HOC
lllnllsps, pimn wnue
Understan 1 this means I'rincc Albert Suits, single
and (loiihlf breastod Sack Suits and Frock Suits, in
fact everything, no matter what they are, or what they
cost suits that formerly sold at 23, S2'J. 50, $20 and
ALL GO FOR
Thi sale needs no further comment. Tho goods
speak for themselve.
N-nbliv Navy Blue Junior Suits
to G years, reefer col- PI) fir
lar. ticntly braided, A, MO
were Jl and jr.. choice.. ""' uu
1'nncy Scotch Tweed Reefer Sull,
IniKo collar, braided, ffO flR
worth J5.W. OOiyO
Splendid nil wool doubts PI fJK l'l,
brenRted StlIU, worth 0I.UU Art
The best Is pood enough for you
choice of ver best nnd finest JC.
Ji".o. J7.W) and is Short O A 7C
Bant Suits, while they JlU, H
last, choice- v' w
UIp Boys' ltcefcr Coats, Velvet
collar, blue Chinchilla f n nr
0 to IS years, wero $. A Q, Hrj
youth's niaelc Cheviot Suits, nsres
14 to w, nicciy mauo
up, were JG.W
Youths' All Wool Cheviot Suits,
nil shades, all styles, PC Cft
made tup In best fash- iDn.ulJ
Ion, wt;re ?10, choice.,
. kntte contaii
Ills city ve-'
J.W was r.-
' 1 .U-..oinpaiiy
:! i. " It all on
- - n. for a well
' ' k the entire
!. e-un Itls pre-
' 'polls mid will
it ' a few days
H .wll lip aei om-
1 II llermm, -....l
t.iipn:iollN sn-u-ts who will back
J -'"v imiount I'urtull and Ida
' 1. i car- to wa'ier.
WILL HOLD THEIR OWN SHOWS.
N il.-lo Hoard f Triulo Will Cut
1 1 rom tl.o Cycle -:xliluitlou
- 1 ec, 21. a .,n, of the restd
' , ' mi ery lletMecn the Ult
' of ti-ade and Un- dlrc
'I c-cl l-ixluldtlon Ci
.1 the l-vi , ,,,-
'HI - Il I
lilt I 1,
'" ' '- I,....- b.-n
n Club ot Anicr.
' " '"' ' I i- (1. icher. New
' "' ' -vf York to
' "i VliBii-t 23
"' I 'Ml llUtli-l, ten
-' -N. JlaisachU'
jr 1., ,ns century
' ''pi -. 'LIB; 1 "ictob. r
' .'ffllim, 1, .. - :U; !ift.-n
- tw.-niy mllia, i.'k; tw.-nty-t
, :M; Ocl.ib.-r i; Jlui..achMitti
VICTORY FOR JTHif 'CYCLISTS.
Wi.cii Mii.-nM Arp I'nili.iil ii, Trnulti, Hit
li.iiir.i.ni, vill Until to Curry
Ilium uk IWkukc-
Di p. SI. The WcyclM men have
.1 th.- raiiroium .ilnco the Utter
it th-y woul t no lumser Phi-clt
1 carry them without chaw,
1.1. 11 nat! t.iki-u to puckiiiir Un-lr
nuiks and then -.-hccitiiu' in.-
i- h tiie ri.ud art- i-oinuullni to
1 nnry lmtiBJii.. rt. v.-rnl .,f the
CHRISTMAS IN ENGLAND.
London' inart -Ji-t lias (iinip to lliu Cuiin-
try for the Aunir.l I'ctliltlos Tim
Holiday at Oiborap.
Ijondon, Deo. 21. Leading politicians
are all holiday making in different parts
of the country, which Would seem t..
show that there is no appivhenMoii
among the ministers of anything but a
ia,clfle ending to Venezuelan trmibl.-h.
Hie Jtaruuis or Hnllslmry came to town 1
for the.regulaf reception at the foreign
ollice, ffut he returned lo H.itflel.l tlie
same evening. Mr. Joe Chambtrlin. sec
retary for the colonies, Is in llirming
tratn, ami all tile other cabinet ministers
nre nt their home preparing to eiij. y
The l'rtnee and Princess of Wales, and
tho princesses left to-day for Sandi-lng-ham,
where Christmas festivities .m a
largo scale will be In ordvr next w.m k.
In addition to cabinet ministers, ...:y
one who could possibly get ..tit of t'.un
for tho holidays ha already done so,
and o far as the "smart set" is con
cerned., lAind-on is practically descried,
and will be for another ten days. All
thosa who have houses in the count 1 v
have gone to them, and large panics ,-n -being
entertaJned at nearly all Un- I ire.
Places like the Duke of Devonshire's .111 1
Lord Salisbury's. At several of (ties..
pla. is, enorrni.u.H bands of pheasants are
M.ootcd, and the best covers have be.-n
- rv.d for Christmas week.
The .(tieen Is at Osborne, where flnlsi-
'1 is will he celebrated with customary
I leiidur. The queen Is speidally thnttglit'-
il .ind liberal to all -the servant on
.- -i- occasions, and always litis a gorge-11-
Christmas Iffe. in the di-coniting of
v. fih she is greatly interested.
Pwi-y servant of her mnjesiy's bnuse
lioli) r.-ei-les some present, and most
'' tli.-m me d.i'ided on by the qUc-n
li. r -.-If. Th.- servants also In v.- n mostt
-p. n.iid dliirmr, wliich is followed by a
1. .ill nu Christmas night.
..l'l ,1. II ,0 lule oft
.! in him 1 hv dlN
ll i,U ' ll 1. la, I,..
chairman has ruled ih, .1,..
..mr io, oijHi of me situation
' iiariteii way be mik- whin Mat
arrU-d 11 eratl-s or IhT,sl-1l
they go In tnmkii an paronai
;ni road mum tarry theta as
1'HNbnry Ilri Will, MeloU,
f. i-t.iir. Pec 21 Tordy play w
r n ihu International ches, toiirua
, ' . ' ' K'.wlu" 0IL'' ln. wsuUi'l
I 'M.-r tlfiy.tlte mot en, li Kamu
- 'i'l'.-nn Bamblt. dc-llneit- fjinkt-r
ui tho game with Tcbisorin wuu
,' ! ."!? V1 !""'. CW' i'blsbiiry.
L ii. r. i; tat'dlilta, l),; TucblgorlU, I.
I ....Hull at an I'rini'hcii.
I .11 Ikco, Dee. 21. The Uutte foot
, ,":-i;.,,L..wl..,"'ro,'u " Iteltoncn
' '-u In re very muddy. IIhIUucm
w - 1 1. ti.-r team work. Tli homo teani
f". ,,-ij;'.' haow ttB, fpwj lfteii rain
1 -h u t half iat" curt'a
II. W.il.:i-h ni.Irond Is the only short
' 1 - ""in K ii-- Cli to St. l.ouls, mid th
lint 1 lniiu. ,' thi fttstcs! passenu.-r
1 11. Th.- u-.i. k n the he-t. and no curves
. -i'i- uu ,1 pleasant dIkIii'm re. Th
Uei.jdh is the only lino that id strl.-tly
Statehood C01ue11ll1.il llo'euates.
Outline, O. T Dee, 2t.-(Sp, clal.) At the
couni.i convention, held In the district
court room this afternoon, the following
inhumes to the Oklahoma slut, hood ton
vi r.tlun Were cltufen: J. J. liolpa S K
he-le, l.. 1. Mridit.-x. Frank Urei-r, U. H.
H.ian. It. (1. NlbTuok, Colow-l Snyder. J,
8. Soule, i.eo Vincent. Ii. J. Morris.. Oov
crnor Ri-tifrow was cho.cn d.-legatt-.flt-large.
wllh -MaiKhnl Nix 11a alternate.
Z I u . I
! i m,w &
I g -
ll.-i-e nr,. thr.p offer from our
rnenoat I), partment that stand
un.-iui.il.il In thi coimtn. a- far
.1.- our knowledge go.--. Tliree
n.rvy offers that stun all prollts,
yet ulve ui the cash in the place
of the coats.
Take your pick of any of our
finest Overcoats, silk lined, satin
lined or woolen lined, Carr .Mel
tons. Chinchillas or Mont-nnc,
Coats worth J2.", S anI J3S. all
will go to you r, -1 r
for unlimited choice fji J. . 0 U
"00 Beaver, Chinchilla, "k.-r-ev and
Shetland Oven-oats, all sizes and
latest shad-". that von tv'll
find are worth $1I."i0, ill, r.fi -
Sin. will ko to you ,YJ.0U
Chol.-p nf all our ' j'is"ntid $2
I'liini hilla Pur H.-avir, K.
s-y and .Melton rjver
coats no to von
1 genuine all wool Pat. nt It. aver
I'lstprx, cut extra lone, I'm I ttltli
li., ivli st bather cloth linir.K; if
the weather would be .old th-
ulst. t-H would be Hying
at 18 aplpce. They go
to oll now at
lol Yorkshire Chinchilla I'lsters, in
black or blue, lined with heavy
cloth sleeve lining and leather
cloth body lining; an ulster jou
will readily pay- J15 for If the
weather would bo cold. r. ()
We push them out at nil). 0
choice for v
If.) of lines Chinchilla T'lstcrs and
genuine Irish Friezes, with silk
si. eve and body lining, as grand
all uNter as has e cr leen sold
for S2..; they would f. t. h Ji", if
the weather would be col 1
enough. to are sell
ing these out at your
Ranes and Umbrellas,
Kleicant n, w fads in Cities,
plain and 1 1 1 . r tr.mu.i j,
48c to S2.50.
H.md-onie Cue- mil l"m-
iipp'.i. i le.i.i, t, .SA.HH
worth J I.
Stvll-h Street Cloves, latest
tins, lined and un- 7Rf
lined. $1 value, choice.. ijb
Very line Press and Stre. t
tllotes, lnte.-t shad.-". ft
sp.-clal sale, nil Jl r j
.lll.es, chOi'-C V
It's all your way SOO all wool
Suits, made up first-class In every
respect, flt and wear guaranteed;
pepper and salt all wool mixtures.
Scotch) Cheviots-", extra heavy, all
wool blaek Cheviots, single and
double breasted suits, finest West
ern Mills Casslmere Suits, arc all
yours, at choice, for
Not to see these means a dead
loss to you.
Choi.-o of all S3 and
$4 Hats, new bloel:
and colors, choice
A Trousers Sale that will startle even the
kecnes-t BargaJn Seeker:
ISO pairs Pants, exactly the same materials
as advertised as a phenomenal bargain at
SI.,..; w-o ofter you now more shades,
better stylet- and better make-up,
in any size you want, at
x r 7t Tin x
S1 pairs of Wool Trousers, in hair
line Worsteds, Casslmcre and
Scotch Cheviots, worth cCl lr
J-T.ro. JI.W and tSlw. S5.45
choice V-- "
E00 very" finest -nil wool Trousers
In best Worsteds Sind no r
Tweeds, worth $3 and Art. MH
Tweeds, worth $.j am
C ) 200 fancj- Silk Vests, in
sin trie mni
double breasted. In oulet nattorna.
a veil" suitable Christ- r.C) fif
mas present, worth Jl, !SA MJT
fj and 55, choice v-w.tcr
Jft'iiN and I Joys' Ci'P'.
100 dozen Jlcm's nnd Boys'
Winter Caps, all shapes,
with) storm visors and
wide sliding band, I fn
worth' 7."? ami $LW, -Lflli
dozen tine Lister Seal
I'lusJv Caps, lined, and
.storm visors, (J I 0
worth J;.', eholco 0'" T'U
NEW PALACE CLOTHING CO
909 A5D 988 mMM STREET.
tsazzs.;--;---.- : reit--ii-BriniTTV
GERMANS VIEW WITH ALARM
Ml.hfcAUK DltOfl'iai I.IKi: A TllUNI)l:K-
iioi.r lTos tiii: r.Tin;i!i,.vsi),
I'oars That llio liilerests of (lormmiy Are
Tlireiiteiuul luleiii t lei. 'land Can 11b
Indlli-iMt to Abiiiiliin Ills 1-osl-
tlou War Not Kxpeuteil.
Berlin, Pec. 21. -President Cleveland's
message to congress on the boundary dis
pute between tireut Britain and Venezuela
Uixpped like a thunderbolt upon Germany,
and immediately at ershaduwed all .i;es
tlons of domestic tiolitlc and the Arme
nian imbroglio. The almost general eon.
diminution of th action of President
Cleveland upoa the part ot the Uerman
rhir I way H bv tori i-doc an 1 mining ca--e-ni-
ins. Without huh pow.-r. d nuns, hou
i vi r. It would I,.- possible i,jt- an eu. niv
In land a fori.- and explode the mining
casements, thus obviating this danger for
"There Is another way of protecting the
harbors, but that Involves destroying the
commerce of the cities lying upon them.
This method Is to load vessels with stone,
lion, etc.. and sink t.hem In the channel.-..
1 his would naturally prevent either In
gress or egress ami would destroy the
cities' cpmraeivc after a War as much as
during it. Uegnidlng tlin land forces, no
difficulty would be experienced In getting
a million men in a month. The small army
ve have would be In the nature of a nu
cleus for other troops. What tve need, how
ever. Is not men, but coast fortltlcatiuns.
After We get the fortifications we could
Bet the men to orate the guns.
"Could the 1'tiitf-d Mtntnu l.a Iih.i.1a.iv
No; nor would i.tiv enemy care to invade
It. All that would be necessary would b
for him to pluc.- sSilns off our coast and
lire ontuia uuo uie ciig, Tho tiro would
! drive millions of people from home and
lire U due less to lov fns T.1,,lnn,. .!. 1.""?? .? 'P1- . ' h"-wealth of .Tin
- - --- -- ,-.- ..a,..... .,,,. yjtrs is siori'U
to the tonvktlon that
NO FAITH OUltE
A1IUUT STCAllT'S lIVblMIl'SlATAlll.irrs,
Tlioy Cure .Sloniiicli Troiibluii and IihIIrcv.
Hon Anytvtir, Whether Yon ilitvn
Pnltli In Tlietn or Not.
n I liittr.fi VT.nti rti-N r, .!
the Interests of ' other great cities, and their loss would li
not nitoni to lo.-c
nrotetned. (in tin.
attitude of the Marquis of Salisbury Is ro- tion 'exls'ts.'"." a s'hovelful of ' dir. "h"s
c iving unusually uuiuilmous approval, ev-' hcen thrown up around 1'unet sound for
idently with, the Uope of Impri-sslng Amer. ! !'! protection of Hies lying on its shores.
Germany are also ihivateaed. In political, I vr' severe. We .-onld
New llrliiaiii. lUriu.
v Orb ins, la., lie". 31. Twenty-fifth
c, -.... M, mm-, irni-M uvv. ....
i.,..,.i., i -,-
wv.ivu uailij . an,
I was th
Mr ' ra
r '!- I to b. worth fittj. was thu frX
h ,.y s rani, and Sandowne. the win-
"'J uwjat; uui n luvuri
Thre. quirt i- of a mil..
''" V'u1' li4,,Ui '''"''11. I-' lo 1.
' ui II I J .tin. 7 u ! tMll-.( Tin), i
tx -il ra e One mil,- .SjutlK i
tv o i unia n Kl.d. s to 1. e jn I, .
O . 0 't i hinl. Time i mi. . ' '
.i'r.fli?,,Jr,'3Sl"nf elevea-suieentbi of a r'
4Ut Cbuo. i iq 1, typo: Sir John i". 1 J Coi
All physicians agree that the element of
faith has a great deal to do In the cure of
Finn belief and eonfldtsftcs in 4 family
uhictiin or the same confidence and faith
in a patch t medicine have produced re
muikablc raree. In all ftges.
This Is t specially true in nervous troubles
and no Held oiYers so proline a barvest for
the quack and charlatan 4s the diseases
diUng from - weak or run down nervuus
Niv. ithliM, tho most common of all
diseases. I ndl Button and stomach troubles,
which in turn catue nertous diiu-ases, heart
troubles, consumption and loss of llcsh, re
quires something besides faith to cure.
Mcro faith uill not digest your foq'l for
you, will not glto jou an appetite, will not
Increase your tlesli and strsugthen your
nerves stnq jieart, liul Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets will do these things, bicatue they
an couiiosvu oi i ne elements of dlgt-stlon.
thw contain the Juices, uclds and peptum-
iiocessary to the digestion una awliuiliuion
of all wholesome food.
Smart's liyniiepsla Tablets will dlm-kt
food If plai-ed in a Jar or bottle in wuu-r
hi-ttted to Ui degrees, and they will do it
much more elfeetlvely when taken Into thu
toiuacli alter me.iU, wbelhsr you huto
fallh that they will or not.
They Invigorate the stomach, make pure
Wood anu strong nerves, in tho only way
that naturo fan do It, and (.hat Is, from
plenty of tt hob some food well digested It
1. not what tte rat, but what wu d -,
that dots us good
Stuart's lypipla. Tablets aro sold loathe taist flue
rearly all druggists nt W cents lop'
izril package, or by mall frotnv'
tummy Marshall Mich, f
(cans with tlu- fuet that (brlany is back,
lug U,Msslaiid up In this dispute, ond to thus
Induce President Cleveland lo abandon th
position hw hu. taken up before serious
Nobody, howevtr, now expects that hos
tilities between the two countries will
break out, and the linuuulal aspect of the
affair is taken much more seriously here.
If the dispute between Ureal Britain ami
tint Pulled Slates were to urow veiy aeulo
It la thought here that the former country
would endeavor 10 obtain tv pronouncs
ment iliion the part uf tin- Huiopt-uii hov
eminent against President Cleveland's in.
liiprelutlun of the Monroe doctrine; for
the success of Mr, Cleveland, it is thuuiiht,
Would have grave conm quewe In tho
future relations of Kmopcun powers and
the turbulent South American states.
the latest news from America, however,
The British htue a naval station at
.luimault. and ii could be used as a base
against this lountri. Senator Squire has
Introduced a lull In the senate for the
protection of our chums which meets my
flows, It mak. s provisions for the estate,
llshment or torilil. atlons and other de-f.-nsi-s
recomm.i.d.il by the board known
as the Endleott board, which was appoint.
ed liv the pr.s d.-nt In Ifcsii. The bill oi
proptiates A7.0i.h.iu for this work," '
TALK OF MOrTbaTTLESHIPS.
ecretary of tin Naty Alay Ask emigres,
iu Allow i, Aciept All
the Iter. -nt IlliU,
Washington. re... 21. The su-aast'nn hn
.. .. ...... ... : -.....
"' jiioi-- 10 oecreiury 1 1 el licit nv
land's attitude, and all ..- are direetisl 'Jf.', ? , '"'.'"''d'atuly authorize tho
a. tn htil il nature, th.-re m. 1 v he on the
list Hi,- 1. inn- ot an mill or 11 ivy engine, r
ollli.-i. Tin re is aUn a iiioli.ilnlit.i that it
may Ii-- nei ess-iry for tlie lonimisslon to
visit Madrid and The Hague in urder to
obtain access to thu ancient nirtclal records
of the Spanish and lJutch claims Inherited
by Great Britain and Venezuela.
The state department has been Informed
bv some persons who have made a study
of the subjuct that ttiprc are good grounds
for the belief that upon canifnl scrutiny
the claim of Venezuela to the territory in
dlBputo will be found to be without solid
foundation and that the commission will
be obliged to Und that (ir.at Britain Is In
fuet really entitled to the possession of the
whole tract claimed by her, and, perhnp.-.,
more territory. These representations,
however, have not shaken the determina
tion of the administration to proceed In
the course It has laid down, for in Its view.
If the decision is in favor of (J rent Britain,
there will be a practical demonstration of
the uprlKluness of the motives of this gov
ernment In demanding a settlement of this
meat question on the sole basis of abso
lute and exact Justice.
towards the dmelopmeiiis of the liiuneiui
erlfis. The reiclistug having adjourned
until January ''. no public expressive!) of.
olllelal Opinions po.-slbe jUal llotV.
PORTS ALL DEFENSELESS,
(irucr.il .Miles S.ij tin, I'nll.d stulcj llai
Illlly a Lot nf llli.'ilcti. (inns 011 Bat
ten t'nirl gin.
Washington, Dec. 21. il.-netiil Miles, com
iiutiidiug the army, has tiv.11 out a state
ment by request in n tsaid to Un- ability of
Che Pulled Slates to deUnd itself in casn
of war. lie said: "I have Ju.-i it-iuriiul
from an inspection of the harbors ot the
Southern coast and, like those of othei
sections uf the country, 1 found tin m 111
an entirely defenseless condition. If wur
sbould break out at tho piesent time all
we huvo in the South, or, In fact, auy
wheru slse, with a few exceptions, would
be u lot uf obsolete guns 011 rotten car
riages, which would tall over beeuuso they
could not be of any service. We are iu a
di-tilurubit statu fur defense. There are
only three mudiin Ills' h power uuus in po
sition In this country. Two of these are at
thu entrance to New York harbor and tho
third Is at Sail Francisco. If contjruss
would make llbtral apprupilattons the
coasts can be placed in londitf tl of lie.
fense 111 leu years. Tlie Work Would fust
111 the neighborhood of JsO.tMi.GuO It wouli
Hike in the ii'-ti-.huoi1iood of a year to
manufiieiuie the tools f .r or-dm' Hon and
tai-n ani'Ii.r ji-ar for tlie muiiut tore of
the tun T.ttre are four ways by which
rouut ue prot-ei 11, Tim
amemlment ot th.- last uavul utt su as to
Petmtt tno depaitmeiii to contrni t for tint
bulldliig of six battleship instead of the
two provided fur. Ii Is urged that in view
of tho low tluures of the bids received at
the recent openliiK, it would l greatly In
tint Interest t economy to accept all of the
bids, und. according to 'tills plan, the
KtriKrt News Company would be given
the contract for two or the ships, tho
Union Iron works, of San Frunclsco, a
lomrnot for two, and the Cramps also a
contract for two. All of the ships would
be of the K.-aisarge type, with double tur
rets and thlrtii-n-inch guns. The cost of
the six ships, at tho outside, and there is
reaton to bellevu Unit the bidders would
still further scale down their ligurcs, would
be 10,l I't.uUO, exclusive of tumor, whereas
tho last congress llxed the limit of cost of
but two ships, Willi armor, at .uni.ttH).
The necessary armor would cost about
tt.mO.000 or !.ij.i.i.iij additional. Secretary
Herbert has the matter under consldvra
tion. COMMISSIoTiiTl SIGNED,
The President Mill Ihiduutor to Secure, the
lltsl .lieu Available to St-rto on
WashliiHton. ee. 21. President Cleve
land sIkii. d Un- Venezuelan commission
rc-clutloii abrjt 3-: o' lock this afternoon.
The pi-, id nt wll endeavor to s- "ure the
serti s of 111. u of tho highest liaracter
and ability fo the commission. None of
the uanns he ) lu mind has been oil)-
ii.u 1111111101 , i-or win any oe until the
llrst is bV lioutllli; battellt-S. that id. bv . tll-cfdent has ! -en nrolll..,! be Iha na.nnu
toil tl .liliil rial t.l.inlt ,tJ 'Phi. u iitAti.1 tif.ktr I ..1...i..l a0 fr.i - . --. -. 1 . . a
ptwvi niiii u.iu tiiVHttvi.. ic p uummj 1 vcicicu UI ill' H UC'VPIUllCv, il IS lllll'
u hy lmid batteriej. which could be built I mateU, however, that m view of the fact I
Ajf J kv B n
MONROE DOCTRINE SUPPORTED.
'Hie lhiiilUli Public BciciiL tl.-rely Its Ap-
pllcatlilll to the I'l'iacllt lllnplltn
London, Pec. 21. No excitement has been
manifested here In political circles over the
V. iieziu Ian complications, although their
eltect has been felt oil the stuck axehniiKo.
Of course, the stt allied relatluns between
Great Britain and the Pulted States have
been upiii-rmost in the public mind, espe.
elnlly diirltu; the latter part of the week,
and thu matter, which was al llrst treated
IlKlitly, lo now more deeply discussed and
there are indications that thu gravity of
the alf.ilr Is now fully grasped by the pub
lic at huge,
A striking fact Is that, without n,slnRle
exception, It the uiteranc. s of the press mid
the bust of represeutatite men who have
spoki 11 upon the subject can be relied upon,
lliu wholu country stands as solidly behind
the Marquis of Salisbury as the I'nlted
Suites Is understood to stand soll.lly be
hind I'lcsldeiit Cleveland, Hut, tt should
be added. It has been remarked In some
iiimrters. that the Martinis of Salisbury
iulnht very well have omitted the passagci
In his reply to the note of Secretary Olney
which has been looked upon as qucistlnu
Ing Sucrelury uiney's Inti rpretatlon of the
principle of the .Monroe doctrine. Public
opinion heio, in spile of any statements to
tho contrary, certainly supports the general
Idea of the Monroe doctrine. It Is nut the
doctrllio' Itself which Is resented In Cheat
Britain, but thu claim Is made that It does
nut apply to the Venezuelan dispute us
it stands. This seems to be the whole of
the British contention, and as, according
to cabled reports here, there is some such
belief iu the lnlti-,1 States, It is conlld'-ntly
expected In the best Informed quarters
that an amicable airauxeinent will be ar
rived at which will ayeit further financial
troubles, to say nothing of a disastrous
war between the two great Knsllsh speak
ing nations of the earth.
VENEZUELA STILL EXCITED.
Anll-i:nellli IVt-IIng Increa.lus Hlg Dim-
oiihtratl'm Planned for ClirMious llay
Ittttt1.llu.14 Heine; P.iriiiu.l
New York. Iee. 21. Tho World to-morrow
will publish tlie following copyrighted
cable from Caracas, Venezuela!
The antl-KiiKlish feeling Is increasing
here. Fresh flowers are placed dally upon
the statue of Washington, und the Ameri
can and Venezuelan Hugs avi everywhere
to be seen, either dlsnbived side bv sl.1.. nr
entwined In slaiiliit-ant embrace, with tha
portraits of Washington and Monroe be. I
planned to tako place on Christmas day
uiebr the auspices of the Simon Bolivar
Club Invitations have be.-n given to tho
pusldent of the republic, the cabinet, the
clergy and the I'nltod States minister. The
American residents of Caracas will then
return the honor paid to their nation on
the tributes offered to Washington by dec
orating the statue of Bolivar, the liberator.
Tlie Patriotic Society for the Defense of
Venezuelan Territory Issued a protest
against the pretensions and aggressions of
Kngland. It also requests the minister of
foreign affairs to removo the oxequateurs
of Venezuelan citizens who nre acting as
British consuls in this country unless thoy
In Cluaynra the enthusiasm has led to
the forming of battalions ready for ser
vice. The honors paid to the American minister
continue. The archbishop and tlie clergy of
Caracas called upon him to-day to express
their thanks ami thoso of the people to
the peoplu of the I'nlted States for the
stand taken by President Cleveland.
Venezuela Is sending dlplomntlo missions
to every foreign country.
The country applauds tlie action of tho
government ami tno nation is unueu.
Uiit 200 Cliliiiiiiieu Dr.itviiril.
Washington, Dec. 21. I'nlted Slates Con
sul Jacob I. C'hllds. at Hankow. China, re
ported to tlie statu department that a vlo.
lent storm passed over that place Novem
ber 2, commencing about midnight. The
wind blew a hurricane and caused a num.
ber of rafts anchored In the river to break
loose, and as they sped down the swift
current they collided with a lleot of junks,
carrying nil beforu them, wrecking and
sinking a large number, and over 2 per
sons wero drowned. Much damage, was
dune throughout the country.
Wants sj.lo.ono for Her Husband's Death.
South MeAUstcr, I. T Deo, 21. In tho
United States court for tho Northern dls.
trict, Mrs, J. 13. Shoemaker brings suit
against tho Missouri, Knnsas ,t Texas rail,
way for JOO.Oik), alleging that the company's
servants negligently ran a train over her
hut bund, killing him Instantly, leaving her
a widow with six small children to sup
port, and damaging her In tho above men
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
Oeorge Morgan, who murdered 10-year.old
Ida (litskell at Omaha last month, was yes.
terday sentenced to hang April K.
It is rumored In Paris that Italy will ex.
tend to tho United States and (irent Brit
id n an olfer to arbitrate tlie Venezuelan
Fire yesterday did J70.V00 worth of dam.
age to tho Giles building, which adjoins tho
Auditorium hotel, at Chicago, Thi, Audi
torium was slightly damaged tiy heat,
It was found vesterduv morning that
nine of the twenty-two prisoners Iu the
county jail al Marion. .11111,. na 1 sawed
their way out dm lug tho night, Tho oth
ers retusod to tscape,
Prlnco Bismarck has accepted an Invi
tation to attend tho Berlin fetes 011 Janu.
nry IS. the anniversary of rhe re-establish.
Ing of thu empiie. F.mperor William und
Bismarck will both speuk.
Tho big Denver dry goods house of Ball
Ing & Jtaushoff has been clrnsid, ami Otto
Mears, an agent for the mortgagees, u lu
charge. Chattel mortgages for a total of
$107,71)0 have been llled agalnit the stock.
The Duke and Duchess of Mai-lhoronuh
are stopping ut the Urund Jiotel, Monte
Carlo. Thoy will soon proceud to Italy.
A newspaper correspondent, referring to
their llrst visit to the Casino. sayas both the
duke and duchess staked S francs there and
lost. Apparently satisfied that they were
not In tood luck, the young couple did not
venturo upon further gambling.
In COnSeUUedi'u of TL -cut IllilUi-mllnns In
I Notice. 1
- On account of the trc 3
S: mendous cruth we will have 3
S; in j)tir store on Tuesday, the 3
S day beore Xmas, we are go- ;
;: ing to make extraordinary 3
: rediuctions on everything in
our immense holiday display
to-morrow fionday. We
wake this extra inducement r
S to come to-morrow in order
S to as near as possible relieve 3
J: the crush on Tuesday. 3
ZZ: Remember we have Che S
S largest line of Perfumes, 3
t. - -
TZ. Atomizers, Iair Jirushest S
: Celluloid Novelties, etc., 2
ever shown in the state of 3
1 Johnson Bros. 1
S I.PADING S
CUT IlATi: Dltl'finiSTS, 3
1107 Yinlii St. E
; l S, Mis fiill have fiui ttlta'ilt 3
. . iir'Mifptfoii mtii.tc'io ulll alveilictr 3
S- enUic time tJ our prucrltion tie. J
Cor Inclirlel) and Jltiltdilnel.ni, old.
est unit Ileal In thu tu liani, L'ltys.
710 Wyandotte St.
,r. ... . .-.- .uticvmti - jiciu u.i iiitj iMiiiifrur wiuniii niia ik.-.tici! nn n-.,t- n -.
Plaza Bolivar this mom ug. at tvhi h were the generals commanding the different made dnd that a
M tf ..H VS'hU? ".!: '??. ".n... f'i' .."1.1 soldiers."! ifX. thi jilfhJriuS
.'" ! - 4-4-( IWU1. 1 ltD V 1 C T11I HL'VI'l II llflllllt is: I in ITI Vlllll.. u tl -n .... . Z . m
v los Kstudos Unldos."' ff.omr llv r.irv,.. . 7.rt,r-ii,V. .'ri..: r.T "A' -""
land and the I'nlted States.)
CHIEF HAZEN COMING.
Iltad of the Covernuieut'a llotectlio aorr-
t-e i:pot Itil Tu-tlay A Ful.o
William P. Hazen, chief of tho secret
service, of the government, will urrlve in
thu city to-day from Washington. He is on
u business tour of the West, und will spend
tounday hero with Special Officer W. J.
Hums and buperlntendent J. K. Murphy
who have been hero for a couple of weeks
and landed DIco und Grahum, the coun!
lei'felttrs. rl-lieir cntitlirf- i-nu .-,.,.- ,....,. ,,.;
Inw'iewa for thu secret service department.
""'.if limn- uuu jiurpny ure still liete.
ml their presence gave rise yesterday to
uitoiuer uriesi nou been
man named liussell. In
a newlv arrest.d n-K.m-
n.V"" tuer Rl lna. sang. The story was erroneous.
They as liussell tuts been In custody for two
nere a short
, li tTmKlLJMilUlLllMiLMIm
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