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HOW THEY STOOD
EEPORTED THAT THREE MEN PRE
VENTED A VERDICT OF GUILTY.
It a Alleged That One if the Jnrora Or-
dered the Bailiff to Semi Up His Blank
ets Before He had Been in the .Tory
Room Ten annates lie is Said to Have
Been Eeady to Camp Another Juror
was MoTed by Friendship for a Brother
of Mrs. Leonard "Who was Being Tried
Prominent Citizen's Opinions.
15ms disagreement of the jury in the
case of the .state vs. Mrs. Leonard, was
the sole theme of conversation on the
.streets yesterday, and all day Sunday.
Notwithstanding: the strict orders of
Oudg-e Dale that he would fine any
member of the jury severely as V-ing
In contempt of court if any member
of the Jury should divulge any infor
mation as to the standing of the jury
It leaked out, at least that was the
current rumor, and it "was not only
Btated how the jury stood but who
were ithe parties who held the jury
from arriving- .ait a verdict and the
manner which t&e parties who voted
for acrrulttal, or rather who refused to
give in a verdict, was anything- but
pleasant to the members thus accused.
A prominent county official in spk
lirjr do an Dagle reporter yesterday
"I know exactly how the jury stood,
an 3 I know further that hy the action
Df the three mwi, for there were three
Df them, that their action in attempt
ing to allow one of their number a
few dollars extra fees, they have cost
the taxpayers thousands of dollars.
"The three men who hold the. jury
wre controlled by other statements
than the evidence in the case. I heard
the evidence clear lihrouirh and there
w'3 no excuse on earth for that jury
not arrivjner at a speedy vrdiot, and I
cannot think te eird is yet.
"Why, I am informed on good trirfn
Drity that oik of the jurors informed
th- fhailiff after ho had been in the
rsom ten minutes that his folks would
fcr sip in a short time with some blank
et and he wanted them brought up so
Le ould use 'them.
"Xow this was before the jury had
ben crRanized or a vote taken, and
It shows that he -entered that Jury
room with the determination of hang
in? the jury, or at leat to hold out
Ion? enough tn &et a good fee aft 54
pe- Jay and n'gh and his feed.
"This same man had no more right
on th jury than would a resident of
Olc'&homa, as I understand that on
Monday, 2Covem5er 18, he was ono of
the most active men in town looking
up the case during the last term, of
court, and as though a strange coin
ci3enoo that jury was also discharged
wrhout a verdict. I also "ftiinfe it 13
very doubtful whether he has paid a
cent of tax In several years.
Another man was moved not by evi
dence, hut "by sympathy and a kindly
feeling he had for the brother of the
defendant, -ts-ho had done him many
acts of kindness, I heJievB he is on the
regular panel, 'but be Is a man who 13 .
easily moved, especially by a brother.
knd I thlnlc -when It was thrown to him
how Brother Tull bad befriended him
In time of need he Joined he man -who
was there for tho purpose oC holding
mat to get a good feo.
"Tho third man. Is a man with a, h-art
In him like an. ox, and when 3ie saw
that two of his brethren were united he
joined with "them ito hold out.
"You rementber wlren the Jury ware
called in and Judge Dale asked if
there was any possibility of them ar
riving at a verdict ihat nine responded
"No," and three, "Tes." It is also un
derstood that one of (t3io three promised
Ithat if the jury would hold out until
Tuesday that xhey would ho able to
There was no question hut what the
official was hat, and expressed a de
.termlnatlon to run the thing down and
If possible bring1 the men to answer, or
o!t least barred from serving on juries.
"Wherever Ihere was a crowd gath
ered the discussion run in the samo
channel, and tho three men were the
butt of censure. How 'the information
was gained the reporter was unable
to ascertain, but the general verdict
given was that the same three men
were guilty of Throwing the county and
the taxpayers into hundreds of dol
lars of cost.
TO CURE A CO!.I IN ONTi PAY
Take laxative Eromo Quinino Tablets. All
druggists refund the monoy if it fails to
"NIGIlT-IJNi: ANNE" GO.VE
Komantic Storj of b. Cirl Who whs l'lip In
II or Way.
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 27. "XigWt
Line Annie." a familiar character on
the Gennantown night cars 8or some
months past, has come to grief, and
the riders on Eighth street during the
early morning hours arc not likely to
K?e her again in her accustomed role,
at least not under such favorable cir
cumstances as those -which made for
hor many chance acquaintances. That
they ever set eyes on her smiling face
is just now a matter of much regret to
a sore or so of ensnared men. motn
of ihem motormen and conductors on
Hi"- Fourth and Eighth mreeu line.
T those who never saw or Iword of
"Njght Line Annie," as well as to the
hunlred who have seen her but yere
Unable to tind a reason for her ajpear
anv in the small hours of the night, it
n; .y be explained that her real name
is nme Pearl "Wellington. She is a
hoin.-ly young woman, apparently s?v
fcntn or eighteen years old, whose
pr ;y black eye? and smiling oon-t-:
mce are always sure to attract at
tfM'on. m spke of her ery plain fa
tu ?. For some months part she ha
1 i a frequent traveler on the Gcr
ciintown night cars, usually taking
Jivr viown trip on the car which leaves
"i Germazuown depot suL 12:13. This
Cl APR VOTT TPnTTOT T7F,
1 - W v J 1
from a disordered condiiion rS tho Tivr. Kinnpvc anr?
years it has been tne acknowledged remedy for these ailments, and thousands
upon thousands have testified during that time to its wonderful success in
curing them after Physicians and other remedies had failed
At All Druggists. Price, $1.00 Per Bottlo
THE DR. J. H. P.'.cLEAfJ MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
I , 1 ..-,. -rt-r ntllttrl TCMI
Icar is a:wai i"cn . ..-micu ........
conductors and motormc- n .bound for
home after their day s work. Her
plump little figure, alway s well dress
ed, and her vivacious ma nner, quickly
became familiar to the railway em
ployes and to regular r Hers on the
road, and the girl's list Oi! acquainten
ances grew with surprisirtg rapidity.
Contrary to the -usual cc editions, the
girl bestowed favors -uporr her friends
and admirers instead o Z expecting
somethic-g from them. .Lrnong those
to whom sTvo took a fancy she distribu
ted penknives, handkerc hiefs, silver
rreounited penholders, s sarfpins and
many other similar- trinl- :ets, some of
Them of considerable val ae. The men
who accepted-'tlxFe gifin wondered
some bou their origin, !ut they took
them all the same. When this sont of
thing had been going on for a maaiii
or two, those who took: part in it
began to wonder what it meant. The
street car men, who saw 'her oftenest,
began to suspect that something was
wrong, and that periiaps the girl had
stolen the trinkets tfhe hrwl been giving
out, but iaieyjsxw,noching- tangible up
on which to ff-cteai tfje-ir suspicions.
Then it occurred try it men who were
not altogether eeey ,ia their mmds, that
the girl must lh& a spotter. Several
policemen who rodfc- on the cars now
and then were asiwjd .to give tfceir pro
fessional opinion alwut the fystrliu?
young woman, acicl they una-nirriously
expressed the toelrfjfitihsjt she was n. de
tective employed, by the company to
watch the oondjietorK. Niovertheless,
the girl'1 kept on her -way, and suspi
cions ddvniot intej-fere with her friend
ly relations with the E'en on the cars.
The whiowe myfJtery was cleared up
very suddtroly a few dayw ago, when
a gcntleman'.who lives on West Coulter
street, in Oertrrasrown, visited some of
the officials of'the Union Traction com
pany and tol'd them what he knew
about the young 'woman's actions. He
said that he t-vok Annie from a re
formatoiy home Hire years ago and
gave her a place in his household.
What he knew ofv her recejit escapades
was 'this: She made a practice of go
ing ito -bed early in ttie eT'cningr. After
tho ro3t of the faaiiSy had reared and
x'ae house was quiev she arose, dressed
herself ia the clothes belongiag to the
da-upbter of her pa.rran, and fiieri pro
ceeded to Main street to pick friends
from among- itlre patTSC-ng'ers on the
night cars and t5i employes of the
road. It was her cu store: to ride from
O-ermantown down to the center of 'tho
city, and -then return by another car.
She always managed o 'et back into
tho bouse before 7 o'clock 'in the mim
ing without being detj;ted by any
member of the family. Tiiis has been
fer usual program a-lmoei nightly for
nearlv five mcnrtihs. Her conduct on
the cars never vas offenl-ive or dem
onstrative; hi?t anybody' vho sa-?r her
onco -was sure to rememvier her face,
and hundreds of pas3engjrs wiio sav
her onlj' a few times vrei.-e pu:cslod to
form an expIanation for -n-ar.
"When her story came-ourt the other
day it -was ;i3sd dlSKsovered .that the
gifts Trhieh sho had distrHiirtpd so free
ly had 1en- taken frarn tb house
wliere she made her hotae, tand her
ihenefactor deman4d of the ra-il-jvay
oliicials that all those axMcle3 which
'were in the poseessfon of the company's.
emnloycs should he sriven- up at once.
3 a result of Uiis request; fourteen
motormen and conductors have been
suspended temporarly during -the past
four or five days, and most f the gifts
have been surrendered to the rightful
owner. A boa which Annie wore one
morning was damaged by ts70 of the
conductors who attempted familiarities
and she mon were asked fe: rcaice good
Its va3uo of SG.50 or lose their positions.
Acting under the advice of Superinten
dent Harry Miller, tho men agreed yes
terday 1 pay over ithls sum. -and save
"Night Line Annie" will no longer
haiCTt the Germantown night cars, for
her disappointed benefactor will prob-
fably send her back to the institution
f-rocn which he took her five years ago.
Eut she will linger long in the mem
ories of the street oar men who nearly
lost their positions through her wiles.
SAM FOSTKlt lAKKS COTJiSSION
Colored Member Tells All Altoac tho Mot
St Lcuis, Jan. 25. Som Foster, the
negro who held up and murdeced Ar
tist Atwater at Webster Grove, Thurs- ,
daj- night, and who -was brought here
to escape mob violence, today made a
complete confession, in which he im
plicated "Cottonhead" Schmidt and
John Schmidt. The laitter, he said, fired
two shots and the (Foster) fired two or
three. Cottonthead. aconling to the-ne-gro's
confession, led Atwa'ter into the
Foster and "Cottonhead" are still in
jail hero. Both fear that they will be
lynched if taken back to Clayton and
express a desire to remiiin In the St.
Louis jail until the preliminary hear
ing :s arranged for.
By that time they believe the mob
spirit of the people of "Webster Grove
and vicinity will have passed away.
Schmidt's wound, received laot night,
is only slight.
Canine Labor Ui Cctginm.
In this country the dog is really, Is
nine cases out of ten, the master of the
man. In Belgium, howevor, his states
is very different. Ono of the firsl
things that impresses the stranger in
Brnssols is the immense number ol
dops employed in drawing1 barrows antf
small -irts nbout tho streets. In the
capital alone over tea thousand doga
are so engaged, and tho number oi
draught dogs in the whole country ia
probably not less than iifty thousand.
Generations of servitude have made the
Belgian dog a race apart. For his size
he is said to possess tho greatest pull
ing power of any animal, four times h'i
own weicht being eousidercd a load
well within his powers. Taking hi;
average weieht as half a hundred
weight, ihfs means that something like
Sro thousand tons are daily dragged
about by canine labor in Belgium.
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With Backache, Sleeplessness, Rheu-
ornatism Lost Snero-v. Gravet. Glt v
fp. ' . .
feffbtones, Uia betes,
Ml Jaundice or Urinary
LIVEft APID KSDNEY
Is a Crfatn curl for
OBJECT TO GLICK
POPULISTS POINT OUr THAT HE" IS
A CLEVELAND APPOINTEE.
Serf of a Goldbng Like Grover TTonlrt "ot
Blake a Very Acceptable Candidate for
a l'arty That Is Going to Bonrl for free
Silver to the lTutl Extent of Its Lnngs
L'opalists Also Bread the Idea of Com
ing Oat Acnlnt 1'rohlbitlon Chances
for Fusion Said to be Very Mini Politi
cal Sews of Kansas.
Topeka. Kan., Jan. 27. The Kansas
City Times correspondent has the fol
lowing: There has been a good deal of news
paper talk lately about fusion between
the Democrats and Populists this year,
with George W. Glick as the candidate
for governor. While such a combina
tion is possible, it is not probable. Many
of the Democratic leaders are oppos
ed to any kind of a coalition with the
Populists, claiming that it would result
disastrously to their organization, as
did the arrangement in 1S92. The Pop
ulist leaders are also opposed to fusion
for the sinnple reason that they want all
the ofiices themselves. Those who are
outspoken for fusion are Democrats and
Populists who prefer anything to Re
publicanism. This faction is as yet
greatly in the minority, burnt is grow
ing. However, it is the opinion of con
servative Democrats and Populists that
there will not be any fusion on state of
ficers this year, and that there will be
three straight tickets in the Held, as in
ISOi. At any rate, fusion cannot be ac
complished without a fight.
If fusion rhiuld be agreed upon the
Democrats likely would name the head
of the ticket, and Glick would be the
logical candidate. His position on the ;
financial question is satisfactory to the
Populists as well as to the silver wing j
of the Democracy, and his well-known I
antagonism to everything Republican !
will bring to his support al! the oppo- '
sition to the present state administra- '
tion. Outside of the crlowd of "refor- j
mers" who want office, the only objec- j
tion urged against Glick by the Pop- j
ulists is that he holds a federal position, ;
and is, therefore, a friend of President J
Cleveland. Bob Semple, secretary of i
the Populist state committee, is quoted I
as saying that "if Glick were not a pen- I
sion agent the Populists might run him
The gold-standard Democrats are op-
Tosetl to fusion because the combination
candidate for governor would have to
be a silver man in order to carry the
Populist vote. It is said that this ele- '
ment is quietly organizing for the pur- ,
pose of strangling the fusion spirit be- '
fore the opening of the campaign. It I
is also said that the Democratic state
committee is in touch with this ele
ment, and yill use Its influence to pre- ;
vent fusion. j
Mr. Glick is not a candidate for gov- ,
ernor, or anything else, and the gossip
in hisj favor Is by those who would like ,
to ea him make the race. If he should '
"be nominate for governor it would bo
one of those rare cases of the office ,
seeking the man. I
The rumors of fusion which have been
floatting around for some time have
given the Republicans a great deal of
unciasiness. "Whenever they hear that
kind of talk the phantom of 1S92 rises
before them and they call to mind the
prHed 82,000 majority which was swept
aiw ky by the "reform" wave of that j
year. Through Populist mismanage- ;
one-nt they got back into power, but
their own administration has caused so
muich dissatisfaction that they view
wIJ2i alarm any prospect of a coalition
of 'the opposition forces, by which a
tloltet, headed by such a man as Glick,
migfht be put in the field against them.
A strong point against fusion is that
the Temocrats want to do away with
the tprohlbitory law, and the Populists
want to retain it. True under the Pop
ulist administration, the prohibitory
law was more flagrantly violated than
it hats been since its enactment, but this
was on account of the personnel of the
ollic.'als charged with Its enforcement.
. Tlae Populist party as a whole is for
prohibition. The Democracy will have!
a strong anti-prohtbition plank in its
platform. The Populists will either
come out for prohibition or remain si- '
lent. They won't say anythiner against '
it. The man the Democrats support for
governor will be an anti-prohibitionist.
'Whether the Populists would line up to
that kind of a governor remains to be
Topeka, Kan.. Jan. 27. At the last
meeting of the State Teachers' associa
tion the county superintendents' de
partment authorized State Superinten
dent Stanley to appoint a committee of i
nine county superintendents as an ex-i
aminirig board for county graduates.
The dnty of this committee is to prepare
a set of questions for the aplicants for
common school diplomas in every coun- j
ty in tno state. This will make the ex
am2ia,tlons uniform throughout the
state, aaid will tend to give a better idea
of the relative standing of the schools
In tlte various counties than the sys
tem heretofore used. $ f
ilr. Stanley has appointed as chair
man Of that committee County Superin
tendent Stout of Shawnee county. Since
Mr. Stout has been in office but three
months his appointment to the chair
manship of such an important commit
tee is a high compliment, and shows
that he is ranked with the foremost
county superintendents of the state.
The other county superintendents who
are memliers of the committee are: J.
E. Pociirs, Douglas county; Alice G.
Crmnpton, Pawnee county; c .G. Swin
gle, .ctiley county; H. W. Grass, Ellis
county: Ida Martin, Labette county;
J. H. Anderson. Cowley county; Lewis
Scott, Marshall county; Horace Tru
man, Lincoln county.
A minimum rate of CO per cent and
average of SO per cent will be required of
all applicants for common school di
plomas in the following branches: Men
tal and practical arithmetic, reading,
writing, physology. United States his
tory, grammar, orthography, descrip
tive and physical geographj-, local ani
The last Saturday in February and
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the first Saturday in April will be the j bond and lease to the Golden Link com
time for holding t he final examina- i pany. Both claims are certain to take
tions throughout the state. j their places among the list of shippers
Mr. Stanlev. in his letter notifying ; in the near future.
members of the committee of their ap
poMtment, suggests that great care he
taken in the preparation of the ques
tions so that they he clear, comprehen
sive and sufficient to constitute a thor
ough test in the different subjects, and -
fpna fVrtm 1 ArVntaliHAa nnil PvfcrvfhlnT !
free from techncalities and e-en.-thing
in the nature of puzzles or catch ques
tions. "WANT lIIIiL,BF.'S PLrACE.
Olathe, Kan.. Jan. 27. The announce
ment of Congressman A. L. Miller that
he will not be a candidate for the nom- i
ination tor a secona term, causea no ena ,
of comment among the Republican
party manager in Olathe and Jahnsoa
county. The news was so wholly unex
pected and the second term nomination
had -been so generally conceded to Mr.
Miller that the change threw them all
to wondering who would be the next
candidate. That Johnson county will
present a candidate for the honor is cer- I "an & -o.. was today announced by
tain. Senator J. TV. Parker has an- I c frora Loon.
nounced himself as a candidate. He I Ohioago. Jan. 2o.-The "Wagg-Andereon
was Practically the .ecjnd choice ,
dldate for the Second congress onal , she.,f today ,n j aVjng
convention of June, 1S94, wnich held in i ovcr -ro.Cw; assets, SWo.OCtf; liability Z.
a deadlock here for two weeks and fin- . 000.
ally adjourned to Lawrence, where Mil- York( Jan 2;. Wllliom T. Houston,
ler was nominated as a compromise ov- ; formerly a uCgo of the supreme court at
cr a compact entered into by the Fun- New Orleans, was assaulted and robbed
ston and Buchan forces. Letters have ' by two men in Lafayette Place, Wednes-
been received from ex-Congressman : day nfeht. 2I!s left leg was broken and
Funston paying that he will be a can- j several ribs were fractured,
didate this fall. Among other leading I &an Francisco, Jan. S. The local pa
nmihmt)i nw Senator X D. Bower- t mors say thjro is resworn to believe that
sock, Oia Lawrence Miller. Colonel O. E. I
T jrs-nn-rA ff irk T.nn'rrtnpft .Alirnnl Anil '
Hon. George J. Barker of Lawrence.
There are a number of others who will
ibe heard from as soon as the field la !
known to be open. j
"WHAT PETEF.S "WANTS.
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 27. There haa
been considerable talk over the state ,
about running Hon. Samuel R. Peters .
of Newton for governor or United Btatea
senator. To a reporter yesterday Judge
Peters said that he would not become
a candidate for governor under any
circumstances, and tha the was cordi- ' Ut started at onco and the brldce corn
ally In favor of the renominatlon of pleted by September 1, 18D7.
Governor Morrill. j New York, Jan. 25. Vera. Freeman, on
However, most of the talk has been , actress, was found dead in her room in
nl the direction of bringing the judge , the hotel Pomeroy today. The body lay
out as a candidate for senator, and up- ! on the "bed fully dressed. The woman -was
on this issue he maintains a silencs ' last seen alive- at 10 o'clock last evening.
"Lu , nrorrmhi,, Bv no nubile Tha coroner's physician, after a supc-r-ihlch
is Pr'c- . P": . flcal examination of tho body, attributed
word has he made known his wishes or j d h morphlne poisoning,
intentions in the matter, and it is the. "
general opinion that when the time ffc'SSSiiS?
comes he will enter the race, even at the , armerfi of tnts (Shelby) county, shot his
riSK 01 oemg lnciuuei ttinunjj mi. nui-
ton's "small froy."
THE COPELAND TROUBLE.
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 27. Colonel Cope
Gordon, proprietor of the Copeland ho- 1
tel. will be arrested on Monday morn'
lng on a warrant sworn out 'by Edward
Stephens, the colored man who was re
fused admission to the elevator at the
Copeland a few days since.
Under the Kansas law such an act Is
a violation of the civil rights. The
law provides that the proprietor of any
hotel or the management of any place
ol amusement, or me regent i aii
nubile college, who shall discriminate
against any man on account of his col
or or -previous condition of servitude,
shall be dremed guilty of mislemea
nor, punishable bv a fine of from J10 to
ltrsn Rr.iaTKK than rvp.u
People Pouring Into Cripple Creole In Grent
Cripple Creek, Colo.. Jan. 27. The
rush into the district is now greater
than ever. Every hotel, boarding and
rooming house in the big metropolis of
the camp Is crowded. Hundreds of
buildings have been completed during I
the pa9t few months, among the num
ber being a large number of rooming
houses, but apparently there is room ,
for many more. Scores of other build- j
lngs are nearly completed and hund- I
reds of others are contemplated which I
will cost from a few hundred dollars to
S75.000. Notwithstanding the increased !
number of rooming bouses the demand
is greater than ever. From early morn
ing till late at night the jam on Ben
nett avenue between First and Fifth
street is equalled only by the crowd
which would be encountered on Sat
urday afternoon on Broadway, New
Victor, the metropolis of the south end
of the district, Is also receiving the at
tention oi strangers and its activity at
present is keeping pace with Cripple
Creek. GoIdSeld, Anaconda, GilJett
and Altxnan are enjoying an increase
in population and taxable property. At
the beginning of th year the popula
tion of the town of Cripple Creeek was j
variously estimated at from 10.000 to 1
15.000. In leas than thirty day the In-
crease has been at least two thousand, j
which makes it the third city in eire in .
the state, being exceeded only by Den- t
ver and Pueblo. Weil posted men ay
that bv the end of IS Cripple Creek
will have a poulation of .W0 and will
take second jrtaoe among tne cities of
A working haft four Dy vn ;-i
was started on the Lenora V yetrd.iy.
The strike, which was reported w
two weeks ago. is holding oat w-'.2 a-.-i
the indications are that one of the best
mines ever opened up in the camp has
been found. Several tons of sack--l -
for the nrst shipment has been pid up
and was all taken out in leveling f r a
email shaft house and sinking the shaft
a few feet. Aseav? have been obtained
whk run all the way from 0 to WW
per ton aad picked samples would run
away op into the pictHrea. A new
shaft boose and steam noistins; pLia:
will be added before the shaft is sur k
S feet The vein has been opened up ;
for a distance at SO feet aad the drlf: 1
runs into the Annex and the working ,
shaft is beinx sank almost on the side
line dividing the two r -a-m sa ootn n ;
under lease to the sam p- perues. Tne j
Leaora V Is situated ' ' trie soeth siope i
iLSreefTiLSr bL J
XO 51$ f s a Rk.
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Lyons, la., Jan. 25. Colonl R. B. "SVy
choft", a member of the Icwa legislature
in 3?f0 and 3&L is dead at his home, agod
I .uonmouin, in., jar.. mj,. bmio .iciniyre
tvaa oonv;cieu tocay or tno murcer oi
Luella ilorritt last November and en
tenced to imprisonment for life.
Gloucester. Mass.. Jan. 3. The fishing
schooner Faloan, -with her crow of twelve
mJ3, tvh'ch sailed from this port Novean-
foer 23, was today formally given up for
San Francesco, Jan. 25. An incoming
steamer reports the destruction by fire
at Iquique, of tho German ship Arcturus.
It was llred by the cook in revenge against
New Tork, Jan. 25. The death of Alex
ander McMillan, one of two brothers who
founded the publishing house of Mae
Jr"1" J- lIIi"- J'1?' nt f tIie, Great
is behind the scheme to con-
i solidate the PacJli.- Coast and San Fraa
i Cisco and thtf Northern Pacific roads.
I Chicago. Jon. 'J3. (Ex-Governor Trutch,
j ol! Victoria. B. C, is at the Auditorium
j In e. prtcarious condition. He was taken
! ill on the train and had to be brought to
1 the hotel. It is thought that a real of
a few days will remove all possibilities
Y .. i.
of serious results.
SL Louis. Jan. 23. A contract was sign
ed today with M. S. Carter & Co., of this
city for the construction of a railroad
bndge across the Mississippi river from
Taveniort to Rock Island. Work will
wrfe tt geath and thoa committed oui-
c.fle, the tragedy occurring in his wife's
room. Goodwin's mind hatr been failing
for eome time past, but his condition woe
not regarded as serious enough to place
flru unaer arrest.
Freano, Col., Jan. 5. Mrs. Angemla J.
Knox, formerly a well-known abolitionist,
died last night In her 77th year. She was
a missionary for sevoral years among the
Indians of the northern peninsula of Mich
igan, and afterwards the private secretary
of Judge James B. Burnoy, the tlrst abo
litionist candidate for the presidency of
the United States.
Chelsea. Mich.. Jan. 25. William Car
t, v .. , - TTii.." p." "n :.
roU. better known as Billy Carroll .the
I celebrated blackface banjo specialist, died
at his home here this afternoon or a com
plication of diseases after a long illness.
He began his career in 1S72 and played
until live years ago. Carroll was born
in Ireland and wa& 42 years old. lie
leaves a widow and five children.
Cincinnati. O., Jan. 25. A Times-Star
special from Lima, O., says: A wagon
load of 12w quarts of nitro-glycerine ex
ploded at BU Mary's today, killing the
driver, Samuel Engels, and two horses.
The shock was distinctly felt at Lima,
and other points equally distant. In St.
Mary's thousands of dollars of damage
was done by broken windows and other
wise. Omaha. Jan. 25. Miss Marie "Wilson and
her mother today had warrants issued for
Paul Harris and P. J. Burroughs, charg
ing them with deadly assault. All are
from San Francisco. Harris assaulted
Miss Wilson on the street with brass
knuckles. The women claim tha the
men followed them from San FraneJeco.
The men make the stunts coarge again
lllfiVrent Styirji of the Toot or .
The priest of the Catholic church
have three rpeciai ways of shaving the
head. Those of the Latin church shave,
the whole crown, leaving s. fringe oi
hair that represents the crown oi
thorns worn by the Saviour; and this
is called St. Peter's tonsure- The
priests oi the Greek church share the
whole head and call it the toasare oi
St. PauL The other special tonsure if
called that of Simon Magus. A semi
circle is shaven from oar to car aboT
the forehead, but it dvs. not reach K
the beck of the head, where the hir I
s-Ilowed to prow. Thia last is the one
can illy adopted by the Irish miwuioa
aries. -rzn? . i - rder "tsw
cteat ia atxr.iT the trttjraest that I era
came across . ..r 1'n.ioeopmc ucaro
er "Ye; but -hen 'here is very little
of it, you knew." Tit-Bits.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victizis oi Lost SrUabooi ihoald trf at
lUi r&A..T njpc
jr.rv'lF iurias' trosa.
fjr ezi.aess cas aX-
vX idc!t acne.
i'v Ivot telli kow
BgmKUt Md . tiepaned xo rm,
liar&m ei the boSy. ?a wtch nastavo
jKuaOhtnlat) frt toaayjnos)tpkox.
ERIE KEDIOfiL CO.. BUFFALO.H.Y.
US $ S Sf REtI
k - . ..' Ant su nn.a- aV-iB. aaamb
tions must bt !n th co-intln rooxn by !
9 o'clock every nlsht except Saturdays ;
HELP W NTED-KuMALt.
Vs'ANTEa? A girl for general house
work at 237 Korth Liwrence. C-tl
HfcLP WANTED MAL-
AGENTS A snap for you. J9i.0U wosklj-,
Ji.C'30 vearly. No exporksnee reouired..
failure impoosible. Our scheme a nw I
one; particulars free. Addrvs P. O. Box
30S Botjon, Mass. dlT-ood.
bfTUATIONS WANTEO-F MALE.
WANTED By & quiet, oxp4?iocced jcirl,
place in respecuthle home. Address L
b. T. care Eagle. 63
"WANTBD Sttun-Uon by elderly lady as
housekeeper, or housework in small fam
ily. Good reference. Addraas "V.."
Eagle onlce. ditt-St.&
HOW to become lawful physlciana;
course by moil. Ills. Health University.
Chicago. Ills. d-lt.
WANTED Razors. shears7and dipper
to grind. Saws filtd. J. F. Startord. 107
S. Main St. dlSl-tf.
GKT YOUR PLVNO TUNED by W. J,.
Schmelztr, i-tth Barnes & Neweomb.
Tuner guaranteed to bo tho bwt. Tun
ing J3.0y. dS3-ttL
five (35) high grado Short-horn heiijrs,
two to three years old ; nvo (5) high rado I
2Iolsteln cows, two to live years old; one
0) pair farm mares, four to six years old. :
well roatcnod as to size and to weigh, not
less than 1.2u0 pounds each, kind and gen
tle and dead down puller. This stock
to be delivered at Darlington. O. T. Apply
to H. E. Woodson, Captain Fifth Cavalry.
Acting Indian Agent. Ci-lt
"WANTED Partner with $1.0 cash to
go into the drug business and snow clean 1
iock to good Colorado town, not Cripplo '
Creek. Address Lock Box 62, New Ponca. .
O. T. 62-3 j
WANTED Students for our nijrht j
school, any course desired. 12 per moath. i
Competent faculty. Wichita Bu.dne3 j
CoUege. -K0 E. Douelos. 13-U
f6rRENT MtSCEj-LANEOUS. j
FOR SALE Hoxeo. buggy and hornesni,
cheap at 2 N. Main. C-3
FOR SALE OR RENT A good No. 2
Remington Typewriter. EsQUire 122 E.
First st. d-i
FOR SALE Hard coal stove, and orcon.
Exyulre southwest Cor. th and Elm.
FOR BALE Horse end Btudebaktr de-
i livery wagon for w.le. cheap. Maxwell &.
j McClure. d6d-BL
I FOR SALE Stein way Grand piano-; lit
1 tie used; large plate pier mirror. Can bo
I een at Barnes & Ncwcomb. Will sell Z
half prtco. dl-3t.
i " FOR RrMT-PrOMR.
! FOR RFi.VT N'cely furn4."! ri-n
with all modern conveniences, 30 N. Law
rence ave. 2-41
FOR RENT A nicely furnlshtd ruom.
furnace beat, hot and cold water, bath
To ladieo only. i3S North Topeka A'.e.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms. Call at 32 North Market
TO RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms;
ground floor; east front; for light ho .ie
keeping. il North Topeka. dwi-1.: v
FOR RENT A nicely furnished rtom.
furnace heat, hot and cold water, bath.
Gentleman preferred. 2J0 North Law
rence Ave. dls-tf.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE 30 a. 7 miles fouth. ZM.
VD) a., Af ton twp.. 75 a. cultivation. J! 70.
ZZ a., 6 miles south: house, orchard. J7j0.
40 a. near Sodgwick City; buildings, or
card, eta, JSj0.
4 a. in north jnwt city. SUO cash.
Nw. H 17, , 2w, bottom, highly Improv
$500 private funds to loan on cbo!ce farm.
My splendid brick, slate roof. 10-room
bouse. 10i N. Market, at 33 per cat of
cost if sold at once. The chance of your
Lis: your proporty with me for sale.
M. L. OARVBK.
dl-2t. CHrer2IN. 3U0n.
FOR RENT-Bottom farms.
FOR SALE im acres of good bottom
! land. 4 mil from Wlcaka. 12 acres in
I cultivation; aood house, barn, orchard.
, Also (rood residence of 10 rooms, modern
I improvements, K0 ft., at ground. The
; above property Is clar acd for le at a
! bargain, or will trade for property in
Kansas City or farm land near K. ('
"Will pay cash dUXoreoce if any. Freeman
A Lawrence. dO-3t.
ryjr ntn 1 riwjc..
FOR RENT Modern booses; also bos
mess house. Israel Bros. I5-U.
FOR REXT-Hooms to all jmrtz of the
city. HilUs ec Kmkoad.ovr ia X. Mar
FOR RENT XS River street, teo t room
modern bouse; ail eonveetoscos; barn.
fruit, etc.. & Hartlord Isrrcotmeet Co..
118 East 1st street.
STRATEO-Soaday ntarnt. sorrel mars
nur 4 on left frowt sbooldsr. -wifBt
about 7). Leave taformauoa at Red
Front Racket. Si X. Mam. -!
TO EXCHANGE A well Improve:
acre iarm near Perm, for s. dear ttoeX of
Rrocerios, mcumoraao a? Addros U. 1
A. He ktnsts, WeUinstan. Hhrnr raav j
IT. aar.saa. avs-c
-TTUATIOHS WANTED --
ltR 8ALK Xo. m S. Laora At. t
room, rwo-wtory. eorar. mam. trotit koi.
bare iM faace. SO fot of rt"ojo4 rrv
US Terms to TJt. Tf v.ja will rv'
jnw sa;a in W:hT b. wb a hoss
cstu Ix. boajTbt so twiap La& it-..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
HOU9C5 FOR SALE
IUKIfOIO lSSRXtSl CO
FOR SAXE House. 7 rooms. In ood re
pair. In Slloam Spring? Ark., or will trade
for Wichita property. Inquire at Pea
cock's gun store, 113 E. Douglas R-4
FOR SAXE 235 Ida Ave.. J30. house and
one lot. Good title: taxes paki; alee lo
cation and big bargain. Hartford Inv.
new modern S room residence; bst loca
tion m city; all conveniences, porcelain
b&th. furnace, jms and eleotria lights, 7
large closote, Acs stable, cement waJfca
and drive. S feet f cround. Pric $,;
or with 50 feet SS.j&o. or will sell Zi ftat
south of house & $750. Xean Gordon.
FOR SAES 7 room house, sood. barn. 80
ft., en corner, on blook from DoorIsus(
one and one-half mites oast of CSfato. SK0k
No. CS 5, Smpona, 12 rooms. M ft. SIS.
Nice oottga. 4 roomn. J lots; on car
lln. clos ia, S530. E. I. STEXCXR.
I IJUOj I Ivk41d7 k ivjuuiv,
And all dlMit$es
th- reottam crwt
without knK Mtb
ivtrr. or onua' .
CUKKS Gl AJI
money to be MCd
until pwtU:.: te
BASBS la i.-oth
MiM qnc5crjr cor
ed in no shorUM
time xd on tfce
terms wHlUMt tke
ue of d&asjerous
Female ailments In all fornw. aa hMtcor
rhoA. Piinful Penoda. Supprjuolow. etc.
Spdlepsy or FlUKag Tils spedllr c
trolled ad pecniaaeiKly cwred. Corr--pocdnee
by mH promptly awr(d.
affUniCINB FURNISHED IN ALL
Coiwultarlon confl-leattal and lnvttel.
Otitoe opn from & a. m. uirttl 7: p, .":
Sundays until 1.30 p. m. Cll at OJ3
oppoetta M-Namaxa & Co.
m. ,1. K. BKXXETT.
1SG N. ?.Iuln M., IVIchltu. Kn.
In the District Court of 9xtcwiclc County.
Rvde Brothers Maanfootairfag' Cosjipasy.
The "WlcMta larplomoat Cowpaay, Tao
Grand Detour Compiuiy. S. u. Babtoek
and "W. W . Parkteoon. DfendaMs.
iae dofend&nt, Tho Grand Detour Plow
Com9Aay. ie hereby notlnad that It Jttca
been Mied in the Abov oonrt by abe jtiote
titr named and tb.t it mwt awrr the
petition ftled by the plaintiff herein on or
bnfore the 2nd da)' of March. WW. or So
alletion tf tho aid petition will
taken aa true and the judgment wtll be
rendorel against K. seKiog Hlit the oiutt
tel mortgage executed and delivered K It
by the defendant. Tffie "W'kihiW. Implewont
Company, covering the slock of woh,
carrlasrtsi. imrlenents, farm maenlnery
and other merchandise, and thK a re
ceiver will bo appo4nted In ttaid ecUes to
take pomeerton of ad orOd property Cor
the purpo3e of Uistrtibottoic toe tuuno er
the proceedo thereof among all C tne
creditors of The Wichita, Implement Cowi
jiaay in proportion to tbeir rwvpoottva
cUulnw. and Htud defendant. The Grand
Detour Plow Company, b further notdfted
tiKvt a motion has been tiled in oid aoclon
for the appointment oi a receivor dtxrlMg
the pendency of tald aetioo, and
That said motion will bo hoard by the
court on the lnd day of January. 1IT-3. or
as soon an thervIter as oouneol ohji be
That affMavKs, n-conl. documentary al
oral ewlerx'e will b luted by tho plahXUC
in suroort of its t-1 motion
J V ItAI'tinBRTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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$2 10 $3 PERDA.Y
E. L JiA10 rrop.
Topeka iYGiiuc Hotel
D. J. TANCXEY, Proprietor
Eates $1.00 per D&7.
Good Furnished HLoorna
120 S. Topeka Ave. Wichita, Kas
SANTA FE HOTEL
l. THOJllHO Propriwi.
Opposite .SaoUi ie D.pot, Wicliia
Itaies fl to S per Day.
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