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TIIK KAXSAS CITY JOntX.VL St'SHAY. WrKMHKIlL'L'. 1805
EXPLANATION IS IN ORDER,
0NB FLOWER IN THE ARID DESERT.
.M)iiit:it ki'I.i i hn t m:ui iii:d
i ud.h mi I'oi'ii.iM u.miui.ih.
liitmtlgtitl.iii Show, llul llir 1'iip Oil In-
eiprrtnr t'ullieli.t 1 em I lull Wire
.Si ler .r. oiuitt il 1'eir Nor tumid
titer In lliu Miltr.
-r77Z ri JT"'J'- wujwc.jvL'
-- -ifh- i r.v ir- 1 Tvaj-iosV jkz? -
: 6 rC.t
Tofrkn, Kn , rrp. St - (Xpoelftl ) The
V. mn p(nti officer linvf unearthed n
'Hi -kflilon from the I'optillM centr-lory.
ins time the bare bones were Mkklnit up
i' iniiKh hr earth no plainly that tiny o
ii in r could nco them from nfitr oft.
li 1. Tajlor nrumccl the antie of Jtn
. -I ite oil Inspector Oft April J, im, by
i iintim-nt from Oovcrnnr trfritfubfti Wd
iiii.l therefrom on the Mh br'WIifeh,
During hi liuiimtwnijr oMtlie office
' Iiiler made but on report to the
r MTimr, ns Ik reeiutrivl by law, nfi'l that
v - upon Jutnmry VlUpt Itt thl report he
h Ik cullfi ti-l $lMln? In fee from oil
i i ib. Hml paid Tiir lite expe-nm of hi
' the Hum of t! 7.314 40, IcnMno n tw
i ihi" (he state of IHIil T3. Willi h I he-
li il to havo twen n renil In the re.
ti iIiuiir two molithR of hi tcrtn not in-
i I i leil In his npott. Hut not n cut of
tt in mm linn er biien palrt Into the Mote
t' iury. thoimh Mt. Tnlor ha now been
t it of ofllre nearly n ear. No detailed ro-
rt of the expeti!eK of the olllee. enn be
t ind In the flute limine, ntnl the lump
in of Sl.,311 4, rnntnlnnl 111 the reiiort
i vt tnentloneil, In i he only nooiil of
w it thenc cupemcK ipiiy lm" been
-i' it-llnn on the Kiiptiofiltlnn that I17,('i
iv i- I" tlrely too miw h for the expenses of
fl Is uitiee Governor Mori III inmrurtetl
H' ite Aoeountnnt Clinlllimr to make nn In-
-lltratloii The Inner hn'l proeeoilnl but
n llMle way In his Investigation when he
i erei ttint the illKcrepnm leK In the
tor's ottli e were not rnntlneri to nn
"r innllnnry iMienne no-omit. He found
' IllKT'e.'tol Tnlor hrtil bull eollfrtllig
r -. nf hleh hi repoit ina.le no nn titlon
H r l oris to Unvernor Morrill that h h.in
!i ,ih collecteil 22 in) iltirlntt the period
f ' eililr-h he ri'Jioneit IIS.3I0 75, nnii he re-
l us further, that thin In not the enrt, for
t only part wav around itlinine the oil
i .n nho rml.l Tijlor feed, nml o, tin-
f i-mnitelj for him. kept a record of the
mills paid, liy srotirlne nreess to the
nn n'ji book. Mr f'hnlllnor has iK'en
n to eheilt up til" lliprlor' RcrountK
Hv io far ai he lias Mulled them, and ho
i '111 in pursuit of others,
' I Mate authorities h.ive not yet deter,
t .l what netlon will bo taken The
i accountant will be allowed to muki
I complete n port, when the governor
w I turn the matter over to the attornev
ni ml with Instructions to proieed an In
t - iu Ikiih lit If best.
Vn liKiulrj- at the state treasurer's olllee
' s ocrs that Inspeetor Talor has neer
turn, d over a rein of the $!! of cvlileh Ills
i- poit show-H him to be indebted to the
si ill nor a sliiKle c. nt of the ?l foci, whleh
oMiitiint Chnlltnor's reiKitt shows him
to h.ie collected, but not put on record.
i in: I.1HU, ti.i
Kiinms uprcuiie Court (iterrulesn IMottnn
for u lEi'licarhit;.
Topek i. Kas . Her. II (Special t The su
Ii in. i ourt Ihls inoriiliiK oeiruled an ap
1 1 lilnn for .i hcnrlnir In the famous fmall
vvt t i.e,from J i' kon countv The rase was
t li 1 at the Xntcmber term of the court
"i Ciivur of the Small dilMren and against
the ullow. who tontesteii her husband's
w'll As the sum Involved Is more than
Si iiVi the cise m.iv ko to the supn iiu-
"ml of the t'nlted ritntos. Stripped of Its
1 - il phras'oloKv, the point decided was
Mil- The chirr Small deeded a lot of his
r .. iiv In truwt to his children who are
I. ins of Kansas h fore his death, nnd
i ii pioMdtd In his will that this deed
v1, ill stand, lfe.was then a resident of
til il- and the statutes or that state pro
v n for such n procedure. The statutes
' KuiiiH. hoever, are such that a wid
ow iiinot be dispossessed of her share In
si h manner, and suit was brought hire
' t aside the vill. the parties to the
a 'mn now bcliiB residents of this state
Td louit held that the statutes of 1111
ti - .ne applicable.
The i nurt alto overruled to-day nn nppll-
-uin ror a new trial In the case of Prank
1 i' -i. of Clark countv who was con
i nd of tho murder of SI I Jatkman.
kn-as co c.n 'ii i :s ii;i.t.No,ui:.vr.
t to IU!), 1 hej Olved tho Slate for Tlltcs
the hum or 'J.JH.:tS I.
T p Ka. Kas , Pec ".1 (Spei lal ) The
nidltor's r. cords ut all limes show
.it number of counties are delinquent
i p. i mmt of state taxes. X'p to th"
f ivil the nirn total of this d.lln'inencv
. IM 01 Hor the year I!i3 a number
ntUs will become delinquent bv rea-
the error of the countv clerks In
mir th' tav toll upon the assessment,
i t irned b the local assessors. Instead
hi n the nsMssment as 11 by the
i ' board of equalization The counties
'i will be delinquent from this cause
i- follows, with the gums et after
i $2,302 71; Oove. $1H.21: Hamilton.
Jack"on, ias4; Johnson n,472M;
I i nworth, H73S1; I.lnn, M.817 6.', M-tr-I
i 172 FS; Mitchell J2797II. Slafford, ISWC U;
v i' iiinaeo, $SS2 65, VahInKtou, J7S2.5J.
v hau. 3H.
'In Visit Other l'eulfontlarles.
' itka. ICns . .e. 21 (Hpecan T. W.
t. M. M. Heck and t,nir Deun, dlreet
th. Kaiieas stall penltentimv. ne
I nled by garden Bruce l.vnch, will
Hi state prlsom nt Tort Madison. la
l llet. Ill . next w.ik. for the purpose
i cctuifr the methods employed there.
I'm- Is anything new and Impiovei u
-ygtwrns of hiin.llliiK prisoner u ,
!- directors will avail then v.-.
A SKI.IIOO Diunn-e Snlt.
ka, Kas.. Tec. St. (Special) Jeff
a citizen of Topi-k t has riled ndt
"00 ngalnst the I . i ka Street Knll-
nipjny. on nut or injiul. to
i ar-old doi'
c I. etrie
I vvj o was run down
! w we. ka nso Her
i I one tinner i ut
n I. The -nit Is
il it the rootorinun
Ivnnen (.eoluuliul Mirier.
ki, Kas pei. II (Special,) Prores.
Haw.irth, in eharB" of the ibii.ut-
f K'o'ni, at the K. ns.is stale unl-
w.is at tut .! ite boil, to-d.iv ar-
r for th. piibliin.lnn of volume 1
titt of I. ji oil),;! , urv. of
wli di h.i In n in piu-r. ,-b un Wr
m of t!.p i.lnv.r-,l The volume
1-inel ,u lv in nje ni w year
COMMON SENSE CURE,
i'icMtii i'ii.i: ti'Hi: ci'itus viLKt
I'l.llJI.VKl.N'riA' V ('CUIMl
It in lil.nlil.i ltaiucdy IVtilrh It llrlnijlns
Uanifnrt to ThousiiutU of
J'ribibljr lialf U-e people who see this
n i I .suffer front piles. H H one of the
i o .inut dlie-iUica and one of the mo.-t ob
ui. 1'iopla liavo It for jeirs, and
i I., lausc It s not inimeiii4n h ratal
t m tried it CanUsintr uuxi no
i of sufterllltf (.'areUniie utioiit so
; n '. a thilur as pilt-'H tuij oft u taitH-l
ti IlimoirhiiHcs o.iur fiom nu ap.
I ir nt causu and loss Of bluud . ;nl,.s
ill, HemorrtittKcs occur durlins surt,i.nl
r i o i nt, often causlnt; death.
1 1 1 - are nlmplu In the bertnt)lnir, and eas
Hn ml 'Ittey can bo cured cami ill the
w t t.iiie, ii It bout pain or ios of blood,
v klv, kurtly and compktel. Tberu ii
t lv "lie leiatdy that will du It i'jiamid
1 li ( ure.
It alia) the IntlaimnaUgn Immediately,
I il. tho IrriiaU'd surf ace ami with ion.
i i ticavtmelit reduce tile kWilllpic and
1 n tho mi'iiiliirfiu Into Jiood. no mid,
i nii coudltlou. The cure U thorou,;
ii t ! i ma nen t.
II ro ur iMMnt oluntry and unsolicited
un uiiliibt wo hue l.Ui-ly reielved:
r. il. C. lllnklj, Qui Misfclttlppl strut.
u ipolis, Ind.. ijjm: Ilu bceu a uf-
, m the pain ami atinujauce of 1'IUm
.ji-'dU, the 1'jumld I'ilo fure and
' i '" e "c- iiiimidiale Itllc-f
i' tut lim u complete aura.
i i lin v of Columbus, u, s.ijn I
i . ,. i.ntfu.lh nuiuUr of i ei Uneaten
i a bunket derived fioin the 1'iiamUl
If ti v U .n't, red fiom pib -. tor lorty
i.i ii n. bold"' '""-' i;'1"; ,,jr lxy;i',i'
i c.i Hi 1 n um 1 I'lle
' r M
I n(i t u Broa i- rat I Die fure
sn n it driks. T ' ', ' ' k """m
. .8 I- n c l hBh r'h uraS'HJ
ii vji nnd strultu '
i in us- i rry ir rmu
a k f rts SRf ""-
i.!fiiJLwv Lsr i cnmmwji jv jt
w i . i rir . -jt -, - jm iiaj - ina s.bj i rr r n J
' - 'i ::S& . . lWfett
-" ;rr -raj ,' a-m --
k t. - -r
LAST NIGHT'S SHOPPERS,
Ai. i. tin: siiiitis
ciini'ii M.fi i'i:i
.si n i um nits.
'I he llihlns mid thllilnii Wire Out
rone sunn, of the stt nci I he Tout
Ollliu t rotiib il I ko Hepirt-nit-iiti
0nn lo'd i)
Santa C'tnits hn 1 many advance npents In
Kansas City last niKht. Some of them
Were merel tuklnir observations, but the
mujotlty were laden with Various )iisterl.
ous bundles that mlKht have contained
anjtliliiK from n toy pistol to a hobby
horse. The decorated show windows of
the many stores and shops presented un
unusually artistic line of attractions, and
sidewalk space was at a premium, old
people und ouiik married couples predom
inated in tho Jostllntr, shoUnj,-, pushing
crowd, but here and tneie one would meet
a bevy of lotleffo girls under the guidance
of their president, or tho puitnts of some
In the toy departments of the larser
establishments a large number of children
weie to be found, even ns late as 111
o'clock In Ilmel), ltird, Thnjer .v. Co. s,
drums and horns Minimi to have the call
The milliliter of that d"paitment statid
that no less than lu.Wt) of these latter had
been sold, while at least S.iKM little men
would beat as manj diums on Clnlstnias
da. It Is tiue that some of those are not
larger than quart measures the drums,
not the bos but thev will add their mite
t the anticipated din.
A long seari h was made for Stnta Clans
In DoiTKott's. but without avail A picti
little black-eell cash girl volunteered the
Information that the person.iRe "OUBlit win
probabl too bus prep.ulnif for his ap
proaching dllve to appear In public She
added, however, that she could pla Santa
Claus, in ease any to weie desired, and
this went to show that she waB an up-to-date
little business woman,
' Papa, buy me that!' was the most fa
miliar expression Sometimes the speaker
ms a wee bit of a tot Just able tu lisp,
but more frequently It was a "llrst reader'
boy or girl who wanted ti led wagon or a
pretty villi doll. In one case a young
American asked for a top. a football, a
drum, a horn, some bloi ks and a slid. In
.such rapid succession that the clerk lost
an count and tne parent eviueniiy iosi uu
patience, for the last seen of the joung
man he was being towed towurd the ele
vator and home,
I ue t Icrl.s )) re 1 ireil
At Jones & Co 's, down on Sltth and
Main, the clerks had "that tired look "
And vvell thej might, for nine out of every
tin customeis euirled a basket and each
vied with the other as to the amount of
counter space he or she could cover They
spent their money, however, so the man
ageis weie entirely satisfied. This flrtn'i
toy depaitmeiit Is on the sixth Iloor -v
ounK couple who had made love on the
elevator, much to the disgust of the ele
vator bo, elbowed their way to the doll
counter. After numerous soft "ioos" tho
stronger half whispered to the clerk that
he desired "the sweetest little doll baby
In the store" It was biought forth an I
deposited In tho dark recess of a market
"Next Christmas t hope It'll be a drum,
don't you?" he said, as they enteied the
elevator. Thou even one within hearing
tl ought of Oiover Cleveland, and a siib
eliied laugh followed.
Hie Inclement weather has been the oi
lii t launc of a slack Christmas trade,
Rspeelall Is this true or those articles
guieittlly foi the children, and in consc
quince a ere at rush in the tov line Is an
ticipated for the coming week.
Th l'tl Crow d.
The str ets were will crowded all dny
v.it. ii'av, but llier. were comparatively
f.w out-of-town people among them, lain
i. mi i loiint of bad roads and kindred ob
- a- I . It tin vvaim wave does not abate
li i si!, to assume that the eit will be
I lb I to ovi mowing to-moirow and Tues
iv lntUn allows, fake sideshows, tho
vv I I nn n" and the "bearded" women havo
all s I up fur business nnd seem to bo
dolus? a gooill shine of il The walking
tov man Is ilso abroad, as Is the monkey
nil a sttlns vurletv, une of these latter .u
uaitcil considerable attention On Main
sti.it b a continuous ery of "liuy de
monk in' have some fun mlt younelf '
I'lil. r Iiwln his placed an extra force of
olllee rt. in cltlens' clothe on the nilnclnat
thoioughfitres and as a result but tow
pii kiioi kets have been able to ouciale with
Mai.v weie the handnomo gowns that
vvir, ruined In the slush nnd slop on Main
an 1 Wuliuit streets during the atternoon.
aril niiinv ate the tears that mii doubt-
. -s sin d Inst nllfflt. but ilespue ail tins
the pi esc nt Yuletldis gives pipmivu of
i uloiioiis one not 6n 'y uu,h0
t VbHie niVeniJ T .end irrand-
t to their purcnta and fcrund-
being a. must
c hlidreii, but
i. Ill Ills,
At the I'spros Ollless.
"What ugetlons have I for our-cus-tomers.'"
kl the manager of ono of the
ejepiei eompanles, In roplv to the question
ot a Journal reporter. "Five,
I irsi JJlin l place lliwuej- or je-vve-ie m
r.llei.ii. iLirbnfiiu. V have a eie'iiart-
ordinars- packages, we nave a ii"pun- ,
iiuiit where seijed packaBe" are provided
for the trantiBilwlon of money and jow
'SecondDon't puck elilna or glassware
in pasteboard boxes Utiles ou want to
Iom- It bi breakage, ...
Third Never use a tasr If the nddres
cm be painted on the package with it
"l'ourth If the goods arc perishable, that
4... .iLahI.-! !,-. ..!. nli-.i.l ,.n tlux ritt i IruifM
nni jaitu.ti m- iiiciirim V '" )ai'.
"l-lfth-Alway place a card, bea.lng the
iMtdr. 1 of Unit purtle. Inside the pa. kago
..s nn .vim or. iiillllon."
....,. ...., ,... .":v: ..,. .rt,,,.,H .k.
In ixtdanutiun of the lust caution tho
afi. reld nuuager stated that his ollicti
was alvvav over, rowded with ft coUe. Hon I
of pi. kigis after chrltmuB, upon which
the id Ire ss bad either been lost or eparat-i
id fiom the. wrapper '
An in reae of PI per cent I repotted In
tht business wf tin Ve.F.irgo cV Co.'
i ill... and U i afe to aume that tho
Allien i. an. Aiiatn 1 a.'ltlo and t'nlted ntate inieiesiid in nuuiiieui u.huo i i um iioii
l.xpi.ss Coinpame have felt a curusiKind- biijineni of eoiiunlssloiis im tickets suld
1 ... .... S . . AAA .. A . .... ....... .... (ir. 1...U 1,1 ..... U.-llI.e.
tig increase, 3ior. cimii suu enir men. nuvw
imptov.d b the lurious coinisiiiies
lu turn. are. not l luit foruutuii lis tlu-iu,
mas presents and more thuu lift big that the MmuuuUaiiiui of the White )ik 'unly a moJuatc" bun'liiebs was doing In
p. king ti links tilled with small puckageM rnilioud 1m b.eii loiuphted under tlm'oiH .Shoils wue still (.oesi btiernnd
w.iei bent out from the I'nloil depot oflleo nuuit of the 1,1 I'.iwi Noll hi in lallrotd. took un malic all the ottering and muin-
l.v one coinpanv pi om thl report It lb er- (luuUl nriciest iiuiikiii tins road, unu iiiiiua tallied a steal mnrkut. M.. op nod at
bent that Kjiixis city people ate not foi- (ieiicial M.tuuvei 'I hoi tic, of the; 'iexa At nc, sold ti Is. and t loe.l with bellers at
netting distant friends ind lolatives. nnd. Pa. Ilk. its ni.sldeint The line will be com- . ,,,'i ',. . ' ,u seiitia ui
for the liuome bunlnt, mom tluu iiiMl rhlingo, Dec. 21 -Tin- lines of tho Tnim.
thu outi'Ut. iuiiUnilit.il AKfcOe latlon u. re In heotliin nil
At the riileiu Di'iiot.
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In that dilution The trucel South liu
kept up 10 11I.0111 (he rmulul Uurlnk' tint
ul m.k l.ll. th. .Uinuiiil for Voilheril
iianiit.il 11 hi, h.en like that for Weil.
cm .i In-lit Ti.iiellnK men oiiur homo
tb OilitLho in I bt Ioul ami Iniuuii'il no
1 10 in 11. t'e .i.l tlie hollduj account for
Jhu .t.ni.i Hale- In Kaklvril irdtikimi tu-
tlon. whil. 1 1 i.uiilir lolume of bout hern
winter tmi.11 .. oiint for the travel
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u ; ,!. ! J . .
eh rku ami carritri. hal a bufcj a Uu a
Dies- card for. I'he ulainn ollicu ouoned
.. .. hi) iih.lit or tln. mill s.n! rnihe.l
.. ..v 1 . , s.
4 tirornlnent I'nlon avenue ticket hrokfr l tan unu iiuoiuuo 11111111. our wnicu iuiiuri, winn 11 aiii.earil lo rcuu ro )t,
Butl'laStmUn" "M . liavo ha4 a 1 uruK li I'ulo" lll '"" ".'- " " '' 9J'1"-" "" onUH iro mu.'li inoiii
nut oniL, .lurlUB the l'at tliieo .i.ii-, hut fltuiulc liajt he . n 011.11 re IIiik toi tiiim; tlmu t.luiillful than tlu-J liUM- hee.11 iu tho ,..ist.
the el. mlii lia . Im hi atmoit eniii.ly for !' Nollilnif .IcllnlU" u .uiiiiiK. il. ami Tho nUvjiu is m m ni for tin .lay ssua
?;H"rta ion ' ; J V St iSut un.l fl.l.aBo hie matter mil ho taken u,. ucaln on Mt.ii- 4c Hi . i.ih '.e In Juiiuaiv. ..r,l un.1 -
have Wl the cull, anil o lme o. many '! ,,,,. v. , oarllillJi'" rlf,' ' Ju ? 1 wi . o.
tlike-t for thiw 1.0I111. Theto luej hn'ii Kt l.oul. Mo, Dec 21 At 11 Bathotims l.tiinat 1 tifclpth ilomhis; Wheat. 2S3
no .all f.r ticket et sUutsexcr, not to-iluj of 150 olllclnls of 'tho W11ha1.l1 )tum j f"- - car; oats, ."-j cainj lioijs,
even the or.liu .re .1. nunil. alul u a collie- fiom tho iiiliii'liial cltle on 111." lino, II14 ilM lieail,
iwcnty-I return? A paltry half mllllun At cxpeniled biride. ero'
iiaibuts unci It. '- hriVtev" iiniy
. . '.- ."V, - ' ,,
durliur the dn without a moment's rest
The iruml gathered In numbcts durliiK
the nfleriioon, and nt f o'llock there were
nriv iH'ople standlnfr In line to jret to one
of the stump windows, nnd half as mnny
wire In line at the ioltr window There
were few small pickime., most of them
were InrRo, and the mnllbnirs out of the
eltj lust evening wire sluffnl ns full as
the Inuurluiii) poi l.rts of .Santa Clans and
iatile.1 pi est nts for Henri uer state in
Cm tier I'hallln was In the lobbv durlm;
the djv nsslstlntr the people, and bv his
lialnstiikitiK careful m thesis simplllleil nnd
expedited the bnllies erv mm h He
was the most popular mail In the olllee
vestcldny. Thrie ate fewer pin knaes held
for iKistaRo this e,ion than for many
vears The otllclals expliln this by the
continued wninlnir thiu have been ulen
in me nmiv papers
Inindhsl nt oiu e and disposed of. The reg
istry department Is inrely open on Sun
day, and tills Is offered the people on ae.
count of the stormv nnd unpleasant
weiithn of the past week that has de.
laved mm h of the shopping and Christ
mas business The stamp departmi nt of
the olllee is al. to be open from 2 to 5
o'clock during the afternoon
Ily keeping the general delivery open so
long this morning the olllee will be relieved
of a large number of pickngi". there and
tho burden of the carriers ror Mondnv will
lie- greuuv lessened Tile lenelpt of mall
vesterdav was ver.v he.ivv. and showed a
large holldny trade and made enough work
for the entire force of clerks In getting It
rcadj for forwarding.
A LITERARY EVENT.
Celibr itlon or the thirtieth Aiinlve rusry or
the 1 eillllillng of .Spnlillng'H ( om-
tm rclivt ( ollcge.
The thirtieth nnnlverarv of Spalding's
Commercial eollie was celebrated last
evening under the auspl, es of the S C C
l.lterarv fcodctj. 1'rofedsor J. V Spalding
occupied the chair, and with him on the
platfoim were Superintendent of School'
J M. Greenwood and Hon It. w. Quarks
A verv pleasant programme was rendered,
which Is given below Major Davis, in his
address on "Th- Power of Education"
drew some sharp comparisons between the
educated and the uneducated He com
pared the more Intelligent lower antm.ils
as examples of the uneducated, vvlth the
civilized and highly educated man nnd
hi Id that the people who made their murk
in the world were the more high civilized
uid those who had paid attention to their
The hit of the evening was made by Pro.
fesfor V It Meek In his clever r.-eilntlon.
The i:ecution of Shamus O Hrlen. ' The
profeistoi received an ovnilon nml had to
respond to two encores One of these vv.-vs
tho humorous piece, "lirothcr Wiitklni.'
l.irevvell," and the other, "Creeds ot the
At the close of the programme Professor
Sp.iMln.,- thanked his audience- for their
kind appreclitlon In a few well chosen re
marks and vvi'hrd them (ell a. bright and
prosi'irous New Year.
The programme for the evening's enter
Hoffman quartette "Mavourneen" (ar
ranged bv Hih innon) Marlon T Hohan
non. rirt tenor Will Orim-by, second ten
or. Will P Thomas, baritone, Edmund
Address 'The Power of rMucatlon,"
Hon. Webster Davis, mayor of Kansas
liarltone solo "Light of My Idte" (Jor
don), AV1I1 r. Thomas'.
Remark Hon. It. 1 Teaser, president
Knnsns City boanl of education
Hoffman quartette "Sho I Mine"
Address "Was nnd Is," Professor J AI.
Oleonwoorl, superintendent public schools
of Knnsns City.
Instrumental music Hahjo, mandolin
nnd rultar (selectinl), MeRsrs Ii J. Gesch,
Don P Mosher nd P Tt Spalding.
Hecltn lion "The execution of Shamus
O' Hrlen" (I-a Kunue), Professor AV. H.
Tenor solo "Asthorc" (II. Trotere), M.
H minisi i nc-s Hon. Tt V. Ounrle".
A'ocnl solo (a) "Across the Sands;" (h)
"In the Hnndnvv of the Pines' (D. I-ong),
Professor I. DeVemle,
POSTPONED THE MEETING.
lint uuthiTii r.nHlc ut I.) i'l t Mibinlt
Itri rnipoNltluu 111 l.i'surtt to
A oat Itmihil Jlutlrifst-.
rhlmifo, lipr 21 A mp't.njy of thu
oKiKot oommittsO of tin omiKiant
1'ltu.rlnir iout' of tht Wfsitrn Iuh-
jseng. r Aso. lution has b. . n called tor
Mtnfln '" oiisbbr the attitude of tho
8uUthl.;n i.a.,.,. toward the question of
west bound business, 'tne houtnern I'ueiuo
desired to subtntt a .emitter projiuslllun to
that made b the Hn. s when tho committee
tepiesenting the a-soelallon was In New
Yoik a week ugo. Word has now been ic
eelved fiom the Southern 1'aelllc that It
Is not meiiareel to submit its pionositlon
meeting has therefore been postpone
unu win not ne rea.iy tor suuin im
another call will be Issued whenever tho
Soul hern Pacific Is ready to inuku known
Viitrimo to Cln. himiil Scitucd.
filniilnmil. O. Dee. 21 Ai ranirements
Were perfected to d ly and contracts signed
...U .V ....,.-... .1.1... .. ...... ....... .( . .. I
vvhe-re-bv Si liator Hlici's Cim innatf. .l.uk
on ,V Macltinuw railway e. uns an en-
trnt t Into ( "1 lit
Lr08"'.J 1,Qn( ,,""
ciArinniii l el.
Irani e into I'ln.innati over congressman
trom jiieidieii.wn to tne
anon .V Northern, and
ll.euee .o e ill .....ai. e o.a uimiuiB ou.ii.
.,, r.,,n.i u,,.. r,..,,, mi.i.u, ,,,,, ... eu...
thence to i ln liiii.iil inii onvi.iiis build
I im t
Kt. I.uuls. Mo, Dec 21,-Clulrmun W. H.
Thomas of the M.iilliern .Stales PiHerngir
.Vjisoi latlon, hehl a conference lure to-lay
and obtuliied the io-upeniton ;f Hit loadt
...- e. 1'uinm .. ...- . ......
rvew Vurl, Du .il. it is nnnounreii ny
nl. leil to Wlilto (iik toon
di). eonnlilniliiK 1110 matter of rati on
r. .I.mi ... lie. i.I i.iiili.lire r. t nuiliH AI.
Union. us i.rnvenleil a lianrtkome JurKes;
"li wafh ami KOl.l chain, u a muik of
tlieri'Sttem Mr llii will ubtninie tlnj
iioltlon of uenernl 111.1 natter of the t.iuii'l
Ttunk ujatfiii. nt Montreal, on January 1.
1 ., ,, u, fi '!' m ', vlv ,nr
1, f', ln,r.t V' il 1 .t.w.?ek.for:
"f iW a,' al;,l aV-iJ.Ki"lVI'.li.Vi ir l
nJi'l .Mlnu.ota dienue, tor the Kc-tlne eb-
tat., to J, . loe. for 2S.'0, cash.
T H Hlelrtle .old hist week, lot 19, Siirinir-
o-w .w-. 'r ji -. j- l-w-
The Santa Fo is the onh line having .
.hr.'A fne:t trains tft Phlracei (tailv. i
,.. .-.. . , - .- ,, - IvTirj,
in oicier tu oblige, tne people or the rltv, I question of getting It Is simply the question
low's" Tli t."t.ii,n..kPI.,i.,VIi "!"mT (?,'i of ""'ir the organiaitlon. which has
!tnr,mv,rAi ffoWo ft" ieVi.ink ;;" "i;ic" 'aMrm,ottt,e
and nil lnisiiiMss ihni i i.rniivtii i.. ..hi i.. Poor in liinns Citv. shall live and enrry
jtle. I ero coineii'ion una lliu intti ik 0
Not much iou won't," tald tho lanyvr. I State Gtwxl Ko.i-lo Absoctifluu wi!l 1
ir. !s.. V '. ", . '1SS...
THE CITY'S BIG CHARITY,
m.i:ds or im nioviiiiiM' associa-
II UN Mil I t'l.l.) .VI 1. 1.
l'erhitps One-thlrii of the Sum lleeiulrtel
lias Ite'Cll stl,ie rlbf d A Meeting
Held e stold i ) li it seere-
tur.v ( it y tu.vs.
Tho Provident AOLlatlon needs at least
H" to carry on Its work through the
winter, which 1 Just now fairly opening
up. It needs this money so badly that the
cm the good wotk or shall be allowed to
Yesterday a meeting of tho full commit
tee which was appointed by the Commer
cial Club was bold, at which the Hist par
tial reports of tin solicitors weie tnnde.
Tin- committee! hn divided the city Into
eleven districts, and of these, reports were
made isterduy from sl, the other live
having nothing to report as vet. The six
divisions of the committee which r-porLd
have rals. d $.500,1 or lust om-sth ot the
sum needed. The situation was dlscti"scd
luiiv ii. in. cot. Him. i. nr.o It w..s ic-on. 1
to tedouble the niorts all along the line
nevt week nnd muke u unltesl attempt to
raise the mone.
Tlie association lnt year had $J3 000, nnd
needed eveiy cent ol it. Tills enr the
needs of the nsse latlon tire nnturnllv
greater for manj reasons. The city has
more. p'ople, and -o many rejiorts luive
gone out about then ! Ing 11 boom on bete.
.111 1 iilent of work that there has been .1
great influx of pesipl. p irtlcularl laborers
Some of thefce have toiind work, but many
have not been able to do so, or havo been
able to get onl.v ihi kind of outdoor work
which can be doni in good weather, and
coif-equcntly thev are left without re
sources at the' beginning of the hard part
of the winter. Tin n the mayor Is not ells,
trlbutlnsr tho mow v ror charlt that lie
was last .nr. It Is true that he has raised
a goodly sum for Christmas chanty, but
that will only serve to relievo the iioced.
ties or some families for one or two elnvs,
nml does not reach the people who depiiid
almost entircl on tho Provident Associa
tion Hi sides money, the association Ii badl In
need of supplies of .all kinds Provisions,
of course, are alw ivs thankfully received,
and there Is a sp. c al need right now for
shoes and clothing feeretat Casej said
last night that the association was entirely
out of shoes ror men. and that then- was
a great demand for them since the stormy
vviather set in He urges that all who
have shoes which they can give to the as
.eii latlon send them in nt once
Mr Casey tells some heartrending stories
of the condition of some of the people who
leach Kansas Citv in 11 destitute condition,
mid who must have aid or starve and
free7c to elonth He tells of one family
that at rived recently from the Indian Ter
ritory. In th.lr old rickety wagon drawn
by a skeleton team, they had pnsiiivel not
n bite of anvthlng to eat and their sole
means or keeping warm was b a tire built
In an elbow or stovepipe, their poor substi
tute for a stovH Another f.amllv came from
the drouth strlek. n regions r Nebinska,
and consist. 1 of four n lulls and tin little
children and was In a smie of tin most
abject povrtv They had hojiel that thev
could get work In Kanns City and falling
In that tin v had no idea where their next
meal was 10 1 ome fiom. These are but
Isolated Inst inc. of the e-ase s which the
association l called on lo relieve every
dav it tik.s nioni'V, it takes provisions,
and It taki s iloihlng to e arr em such a
work, and the . "Torts of thosi who are so
liciting funis for the ae-oi latlon should
meet with alum lant sours
PRICES HOLD THEIR OWN.
ni:cirii:ii m:i 1 1 it itki.i.nc in ' hi:
(III) M.Oe.KAIN .MAUKI.1-.
Wheat Occllnrd l.arl, but Iterovered and
t losed at Crldaj's Atiluci orn and
1'rovUimu Mudfl sunt Odins
Oats liiice I'ni'li ingcil.
Chleaso, Dee. 21 The grain and provis
ion market to-day closed unexpeet-dly
biendy, the iinal quotation In otno In
siunceB showliiK material gains over last
night's llguns I'rl. es have been ho low
that there vv.es but little speculative trading
on the breaks and the Imptoved tone of
wall street IosIiik had a itood .ireet here,
May wheat loiinhlng at lust night's llgmcs,
e-orn i" un I pork and ribs S'jfiVP higher,
oat and larl beinir practically unchanged.
The situation in stocks is still the dom
inating lufliis ne in wheat, and us they
Buffered .t tquher decline, wheal follow id.
There is si 111 mm Il apprehension, and hold
ers liquidate 1 without stint, liven shoits
were slow to cover. The exports of whiitt
ami flour fiom b ith .oasts lor the w.ik
are uuiy eu. unit more inun -,ow vn uu-in is,
.- ... ..... . .. .. ,. .
r wi.vn ijusn. is less tnan tne wi.k o. ioiu,
i.nt .....i.l ......... i ..... i. ...ii. ... . . i. . .u
ew. .m.v. 'ii .nn. ,i ,...... .ti.1,1. ..t
steady and .N. w Yoik eonllimel Hi. n
iort thai I i'Mi bushels hud In en taken
thero esti rdu) ror import After tin lust
selling linpiil-e w.as over, the i. elmg i ,-w
to linnrov. . anl urlce ient. d lollnviog
the course c( sioehs. Hut the i.elint, w is
r. .. .
visible supplv l- . Xpe. tea to
silecw' an llul. ike nevt week of lutlv 'I ceNl -
m bushels M jy wheal, vvhi.il v.-iei 1 iy
sold a low uf 'il'ii' and cIosimI it JT, iiI ,
opetieel this in. lining at Horn JI'j. lo u7',e,
but soon In Km lo lve signs ot i.iovci.
It had wiki 1 glow! back to "7 , wlun
It had uuoiliii spasm of Wi'ukuess, vvhl'h
caiiled It oil numiiiu II v to .'.7,i . but only
two or llir. i ll is could be bought at that
New Yoik sin ks, closing at some rtcovety
Iroui the lowest prlics of tho da, had u
further ot.udjlng eifi't't upon wlie.it, which
roiie le per bushel fiom the lowest isiint
quotisl, or to .'.77kc .m.ltt c loscsl ut :7'i .
Corn was siovv and In Id stead, un.l .tt no
time wus ciiu. as low us it sold esteid.iy.
Tho contlnu.d wit weather was a sustain
ing factor, and the prl e U so low that few
cuie to s. II It shuii Ma sold at 2744!7?.0
l'rotlbluiiH iliil belter for liiijers to-ilay
than for lilu 01 line.. iui back, un.l . Inkr.l
nt 1.0111. csli.it hitiher irii c than ihe ill. I
uitercla I'll. Kor kuo the 111.11 Uei somu
lllk t.r.llie Do.ll.l.
ChlciKO Heroi.l: I)uiIoI "Do 1011 think
Mid KlclerMn g sciloua in hei intention
C'liiiliilvlKh "V011 bet I ilo.
Dm l "Well Say, now, honestly, ilo
you iiiinK ene means mattimony or ailoji.
I've bouelit a bulhlo." ald I'arsnlff. to
his friend Lissiiji, ami I iiant a mono to
nut oicr his krunel. Can 1011 think of
Why not use a dentin blRii, Teeth In.
aerer suugekiea essup. iia-
coineii'ion und lliu
ineti 1 ir ef ihg I no
We.-.1 " --
r ..T -.
New York Adwitlscr.
MADMAN LIPGAY CAPTURED.
IIH IMughter (arri.d I nml to Hint nnd
While Hn Was l.ulliig s,.i,,.,i 1 1 Is
Wine hi iter.
AVIthltt. Kis, Dec 21 - Jnlin I.llgiv a
prominent firmer living m if in this
lountv, vv.nt violent! Insuiu last Pin I iv
and iliaive his fatnllv rnmi Inun II vv is
captuied this morning, art r having h oc I
the ollii ers off for ilvi lies anl tie-nil
killing two of them. He w i- birri ide I in
hi bouse nnd shot nl inrj n in he saw,
keeping the tielgliliorhooil In terim
The first sheriff's poss. th it ! ft here
Inst night were unable f do mv thing
This morning l.tpEnv's ol st laocbter b. -came
despeiate. took he r life In I r li ir is
and went to the house with som- ful fir
hltn. The ollldrs tiled to privall ui n her
not te In. m the dnm;er l.l g iv vv i I iv n
ouslv hungry, nnd when In "iv tl i hi.
daughter hud food he pet mitt 1 h f t
approach When lie put Ills Win best r
down to eat, the girl grabl.t 1 it ml th. n
the sheriffs posse riislu d In from the or
chard and ov.rpowei d him
1) llsll'.iltl's (lllttslMVS rti.Mi.
It It.is He ic III .1 1. irge Proportions through
V . -let .1 IV s Coolrlbut ion..
The donations to the AVcstport Chrlstmns
fund ate assuming huge prctportions Ais-
lerdav the following donations w.re ma I
Thomas Muslin iu no
M Sclioonmnker oj
(iitrdlner 1-athiop ". i
C 1 Ilubbuid 1 i)
Norman A llubert-on e ' n
.1 AV I, Slavens 1 ii
Mechanics' Jlenlty Company ". in
It 11 Kellll "im
W. 1) Mcleeod 1 11
Daniel H Holme's eiu
D II. Ciutcher " im
Christian Mt'jer , 2 iw
Peet Pros (sunp) 1.! no
11 Tusilg (merchandise) I no
Havha A. 1. 1st .-on
Robert Hart S IM
nivvln Tovvler 2 no
.1 P It.ivmond 2 ml
C.corge W' I,ee 2 1")
Walter C. Hoot IW
Ivro Hilled and Ainu Injured In a Hcidlug
l.atlw.i Are I. tent.
Philadelphia, Dec. 21 The local noith
bound train on the Heading rallwav. which
lelt the station in this cit at 1 li this
morning and reached the suburban town
of I'rankford at ei It, started fiom the
rrnnkfonl station without waiting, as Is
custom.aiv for the down tiiiin, whiili nr
rives at i II and the result was a hi ad-end
collision at rfi 11. rs stteet two blocks noith
of the Prankford station Two nelsons
were- killed and seveial injured, tin ee of
The torce of the collision wns o grcnt
that the bumpers of both engines were
smashed to splinters The t. nder of the
north bound tialn was dilven clear through
the baggage compartment of the combina
tion car Into the smoking compartment,
which was crowded vvlth passengers, und
this Is where the slaughter took place,
VI. using Minil Dill Acres.
Prank Plnt, AY, T Duunlngton nnd AV.
P. Paine, governunnt survoors. who have
b. en here the past month locating Memdiig
Island, have eompblid their work, and
left jest, relay for Washington, where they
will remain during tin list of the wlntei.
Mensing Island when hrst sinveyed thir
ty years ago, i ontalncd litt-sl aetes: now
it contains 12d ucies nnd Is worth thou
sands of dolbns it wns, inn nded at llrst
to subdivide tin Ian I and lay oil lots, but
that Idea was abandoned for the present.
IJ. llths llll.l I liner .li..
Mrs Clara Ple-tcher, aged f.S years, died
at St Joseph i hospital yestcrdnv fiom
the eifei ts of un opeiatlon Mrs. Pletcher
hi Ioni,i 1 to a prominent family at Galla
gher, Mn The remains were sent on there
last night for burial
Catherine Combo, aged 10 years-, died of
rani .T, at In r home, No 3'JJ Hroadwav,
at noon yesterday The fun. rnl will be
from Westport ut ' St) o'clock Monday morn
ing Hurl.il will bo in Mount t. Muiy's
Trench Symp.it ni. Sat With lhiglan.l.
Paris, Dee. 21 The Hclnlre to-day denies
that Piench sympathies ate with Hnglind
in the A'tn.uelnn dispute, saying thai, on
the contiaiy. they ate vvlth the L'ulted
.States, adding- "If llnglnnd's power nnd
piestlgo lire lessened, nothing would be
more to the advantage of Piance."
Solloillit About It.
Idfe: Mr. Pulrvlew "Doctor, do you
think my husband fully rvalues his con
dition?" Tho Doctor "I do He asked me to
day if I was u tnarriid man,"
Dlfe: "Havo you smoked that cigar I
fc-avo you '"
"No. the dne tor bays I mustn t take any
violent t m i l-e '
Doctois ate often handicapped by tho
tmre. fact that whtii trtatini; the ilHeases of
isoinen, the) t.ufcvti: and unlit on "exam
ination. ' and tucal treatment." A imat
nuii) of them do not know that this ii abso
luttly unnecessary Many a woman has
been thrown into a dmKerom tctate of tier
Notii excitement b tin. mete sueifCktinn of
su.'h treatment Many women lie to the
docicr lb it kounds haul, but it ik un
doubted)) true. Ihey know that if they
admit certain symptoms that tlie doctor
will ineuubty insist 011 an "examination "
They da not gic him nil tlie facts in the
cast, und so lie ssotls in the dark. Quite
often the doctor is ton bu-y and too limned
to make the neicsnts cllntt to obtain the
1 ftcts. lie frequently treats kjinntcnns for
wii.il iney iiiicur iu lie on tue kiuiace, wuen
the real cause and the rial sickniss is die. per
and mote dinuerous, A derauiiement of
the disiiuctl) feminine organs will derange
the whole bod) The woman herself may
not Lnow exactly 11 hat is the matter with
her, but wheiiLitr she is sick, tlieie are two
things she should look out fur first. One is
what is called "female weakness j" the
other is constipation, for these two things
fteqtiently go together I)r Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription n desigtud for the cure
of diseases and disorders of women, and it
does cure them. It has been performing its
healing mission for y jears, and tens of
thousands of women hae been made happy
by it Dr. Pierce's Pleasant l'ellets ate for
constipation, and contingent ills. Druggists
sell them, but sometimes, in well meaning
ignorance, they will tt) to tell )oti some,
thing Use. There is nothing "just the
same" or "just as good," The druggist
who tells you there is, is either mistaken
Jf sou care to know more about ) our own bod,
leud n oue cent stamp to coict cost of mailing
cini. and )ou will rc-ccic abiututtl jtet a copy
of Dr fierce t I 004 pace book. Common beusc
Medical Adviser ' Address, World's Diepcusarv
Medical AssouatiOB, lluifalo, H.Y,
Kanuu He w a secretary for Judge their
ft iumwti-; HMtyf W iyey j.W4' WUI&hH 'a V WWW
Are the bust in the country at the price and equal to
most $4 ones sold by shoe stores.
A Wew Pair Free!
If the ones you buy fail in rendering good service.
That's Fair, Isn't It?
ALL STYLES, ALL SHAPES OF LAST, ALL SIZES.
SSgTCANDEE RUBBERS arc best. Wc sell them.
Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers, Shoers, Hatters
SOUTHEAST CORNER TENTH AND MAIN STREETS,
THE CLARK STOVE 60.;
ISit-A-lSrXTF-VOTXJR.ElK.S OP1 e
The Clark Steel Range.
Facto ry i'srVu..'-. ..
WHERE THEY WILL
The Finest and Best Range on Earth
Will'sell on installments for the next 30 days,
allow you something for your old stoves.
Come and see and patronize a home factor'.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
MAi'i.i: i.i-.vr mni iiuum 1 or.
SriL.IIMi AMI Tlt.VCKAt.i:.
I'urcliitei luolitilu the. I ntlrt. lllock Sur-
rouucle'Ct by short, Cliocttii, Mxtlt
nml Suieuth Mre'cit. UliorLo
Cufie'ii In llleitrlct Court.
Tho ChleMKO ,t Great Western rullrnntl
(thu .Maple I,eafJ iUuduy bought valu
able ti'iilty lu this clt, anil will hu.in
elect Mime biilldingK iheieon. Its ti.uk
loom will nlo be I'lil.uge'd, nnd that
jMiitlon ot the city in which the tract is
situated will be- thus gitatly Imprmcl
Tho purchase includes tho entire bl.iek
bottndfd bv Shott. Clioctniv, Sixth ami
Si'ii'titli streets, and tho coiiiUlerntinn
uns $lS,0Oi) The inirch.iso lntludi tho
cooper Hhops of Sheriff .1 II I'.ntlien
bi'ijrcr and tho Oiant Implomi'iit hi.tise,
botli of ivhleli 11 111 bo romovwl to mnko
room lor the Ktiliii.id ntcoiiimoelatluiis.
The neg-otiatlons for this lenity were
CMinluoted bv local agents, the hol.ln-.
of tho property not knowing for what
patty or for wltnt punices tho t-ito n.i.s
wnnti'd, otheiniop tluno mifiht hne been
a hitch, througli tho lioldi-iit pl.Klntj 11
fancy ju Ice? on their posse-solons.
lllie.rce t'.iHPn II)stoi'! Of.
In tho cllstiict cotut )esti'rdny a nttm
lier of dlioice cat.es wtte disposed of as
Thomas Cut tls ng.iinst Catherine Cur- I
tls; attorney for defendant given live j
davs to nnswer petltiun. Mr. Curtis arose ,
and obJecteU, t-ajlng 110 wanieu tno e.ti-e
to bo heard itltliuiit further delay, ns ho
had bee-ii poir.ecuted long piioukIi He
hticl to linw to tho oriier of tlie court.
r.inny S'ndl) vs. Ilemy Wade, set for
Monday, December 23.
Om.e Kastcn against August Hasten ;
settled: dlsmlssf-d; costs paid.
Mngffio I'aiks against W, C. Parks;
dlsinlsseil nt iilaintiff's cost.
lli'lchlo ngainst Itelchlo; Kills against
Kill-.: Ciiootnes against Oroonws, and
McQuillan ngalnst McQuillan; con
tinued. Uower against Ilower; dismissed at tho
cost of tho plaintiff.
Mary A. Hall against Wesley Hall; de
cipo granted on the ground of gross neg
lect of duty; plaintiff given custody of
tho child and also glieit tho household
goods. Tho teal estnto Is to be sold with-
constant fonr thnt lm would kill her. Ho
has a peii.son of 10 n month.
Iti.lgiii'il a l(iieU.'rlili.
In tho district couit yestcrdny, J. IT.
'urn llltl .Not Die.
Charles U. Zurn, who attempted Mil
cldo in tills cty by taking morphine, did
not accomplish hi puiiHise, as lip. Ixino
arrived on tho scene In lime to save his
life. Zurn rapidly improMd throughout
yesterday, and lust ecnlng he took tho
ti.iln for Kansas City, leaving the wom
an of his utlVctlous to remain In u house
Uruniuter Vi'lll Celebrate,
Leavenworth council No. 76, United
Commercl.il Traveleis, lb arranging for
11 big celebration to lie held December
2. Several new tiawdero nte to bo in-
Itliteel ..n that date, and Claude Duvol,
of Hutchinson, grand counselor ot tho
state-, will be in attendance. After the
Mi let work, the travelers and their In
lted guests will batuiuct ut the Im
nlRtrlei rsilll I will ndtnilrn licmnrprtw
until January 6. The present term has
len a business one.and tho docket, both
criminal and ciMl. is about ckured.
iVWay) nljlit Gua Nlbbllua-, ot this
ishaineleis face while they make he-
flcf f J BID stej-fi c uttt,'
a.el. ..11. ,
lit h Hi il rt 'o o friil offnn nfM lmi (in
,. tH il .., l.Th B nl , lie .1 , iMct Cnn-1HI olf one-liuir of each hog.
1, 7, Iriln I P ,,P. b 'litbbllng. thus far. linn been tinnblo to
c.eo ct anted on tho .il it evw "ml ""' cll, to 1,ls mXlnti porkers,
rieo Kl.anteci on 1110 (,10111111 01 f-Miemo Tuxes neie tielii" n nil it n lieelc- ru
1UIH IL lUlllgl'ieillH lllllll III1U lelltl HVeil HI
A ttwirul tv u irtiikil lifu tuiwit li-iti n mtfk nf -.-.
Um rccclVers for thu' detunct Mlouti VhV X. .T Xut an A PA "No ad"
Valley T.lfo Insur.inc.. t'omixiny. on -' mion wm ijochnwi
count of inessuie. of l.uMnc making It "V clu" as tiroiYimnm will bo ron.
Impound." to longer nttend to sueli ,, m,' t Hr "m" L'S'c hmW to-l.iy Tho
Jtl.lgo AlSelTt, or lllfi elLStriet COtlrt, will Mir,k T He..ir thee Antrelft Slner " sj.,111
'!f'.A,MV' successor to-.nor- YlT .fn"" Vw.? ttm " Mldnlg
U1 lllsll l.lllti.
Of f ice 704 Mai n Street,
BE ON EXHIBITION.
for $25, $30, $35 up to $50.
Choice of 75 Lantlsonie
slimmed and oinbioidered white,
cream and tan Infants' Clonks,
woitlol.e'iO and 3.00,
Worth 53. -J5, $2.75 (3
and ?i!.2j, for ?1
Caps and Hoods in
Ilandsomo l'acltafres for Holiday
A most bountiful sulection of these S
Ladies' Toilet Sets,
Collar nnd Cuff,
Glove and Fan Boxes.
11V in re I7ie iiiicerst Hoods nnd (irn-
est stocK In the t'lfiy. I'oitmi fniilfie?
to cull, (iiuf compure, bcfuie youhuy.
Geo. E. Kimball,
Central Drug Store,
city, liutcliered two liogs. u laign and
a small one, find left them hanging' over
night to freeze Uuring the night somu
In tho district court yestetday morn
ing. In thu cnbo of MaiT J, Holing s.
T. 1C Smith, a Jury awarded thu pliilntln:
a Aerdict for tho amount sued for, $111 2u.
At uiiieuetlng Hall this evening, C, S,
rienr," I A. Htearn's te- deum In It flat
and feolo number!, by Misset, I.uttu, Alier
nnthy, B.tlmus nnd Mrs. T.tjlor, At tho
1M o'clock evening service tlieto will ln
tin lllustratod Chilstmas. service, entitled
"The Mother nnd tho Child," giving
copies of nil the great pictures of thu
Madonna, by ancient and modern paint
ers, rjfty slides will bo Used.
ciiioAtio a cANiiii) vn:.
Offer B'SO.ooo fur thu liciiiocrutla
. Chicago. Dec. ;i A meet Ing of men of
both political parties was lie LI at the rooms
01 the Iroiiuiiis Club thli afternoon fur tba
'tiinul conwntlcln lor t'lil
.neiieuasi ue pe.u.ii.v me ec uiueratie na-
.iiro. Ititti. 1 I.
eesiie- .ecmieatiie n ere uiuMe unci tnu lollciw
lng L'eiieial eomuiittte was chosen to tako
cjnirse of the woik. AV H. Iloylo, chali,
man; J. 1. I'eane, 1. II. I.lneen. 13 fc
Ijjwrence, Jorph Donnersbt-iger. Thomas
tlaiiun, A A. Cioodrich, A. T. Uwlng, It.
It wus ileeldpd to roise fAWiO and to
'J"'1 ,Vl,,a m"",l'1. ,' ',h? "tlonul coinmlu
; 'i h ". "f SS larSAemnrl?, rS?
fiK Monro tetrlne a'Sm ttSSLuS
rci.ie ee cec.viiaiiciii iu e llsnilUJlOU XO at-
..., ..w.s.li ft
genu in itumcnae ciuuntiiies.
.It U t
Main Street i!
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