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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 5, 1895.
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N. C. R. - DAYTON, OHIO, U. 5. A. - N. C. R.
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TARSNEY'S WAR RECORD.
WIIAr AN KX-l'KlSONIlIl OF WAB SAYS
ttrillAl "IIA1KHKEAIITH i:bCAl'K."
Comrade Ccnrijo 1'. Hull Severely Criticise-.
an Article. 111 11 St. I.uuli Taper Con-
t inline Mr. "Iiirmej. I.llieni-
tlun rroin Aiitlernonvllle.
Webb City. Mo., May 4 -(Special ) Ixist
Vednsda eentnff the O. 1'. Morton post,
."o. 1C, G. A. n., dedicated Its now hall
at Joplln, ami Comrade ncorse P. It ill
v. as tailed upon for remarks. He respond
ed as follows:
Comrades:! hold In my lnnd a copy of
the St I-KHiis Republic dated Himdiy morn
ing. April IS. IsW. Tho following head
lines appear , , .
Trent Andersonllle The Hairbreadth
Kscai of Congressman TnrMioy Under
nn Assumed Name Was Uxcliumiod ns
John Trance Who, Pvlns. Told llim to
Take His Name and llo in Ills Place"
It has nlnu)t been understood, especially
omonK the Union e-prlsoncis or war, that
Congres man Tarsney was. a prisoner some
flghtctn months, but in this he fiis that
fro had been captured but n few v. -eks
nhen this "hail breadth escape" occurred
that ho was halo and heaity and. being
"joung nnd strong" when he arrived at
Anderonllle and of "presumed good char
acter." was "put on the police fores,"
that Just before he came "there had been
robberies and murders among the prison
ers" Yes, there hid been robberies and
also murders committed by tho raiders, as
i I, called them, and we hung bix of them
July 11, 1MI. but we full to llnd Congreso
man Tarsm-y's mime on the police list,
with "Umber Jim" as chief of police, at
that or any subsequent Mini Hut he says
while ho was on the police force "tint it
was announced one morning that nn ex
change of prisoners hud been agreed to,
nnd that the doctor?, went around among
tho various comp inles (If he had kno,n
what he was talking about he would have
mid detachments) to select those who were
sick and about to die for the purpose of
exchange." "The teasons," he said, "for
(selecting the sick and djlng were twofold,
humanity for one thing and tho nett, the
Confederates mro tunning enough not to
rend bark well, strong men, who could
i;o Into a tight at the ftont tho day folloi,-.
lng his return to his regiment." He wys:
"The men they seleetid were too far gone
with slrknei-s to aim a gun In war again,
nnd It was an adwintagc to be rlif of them,
ns It took Just that much oft thflr hands."
Talk about Immunity! Yes, Indeed. It did
take Just that much ott their h mils. Wh
romrades, they nude their boasts that
they could kill more d d Yanks In Ander.
fconvllle than they could with all their
lore's at the front.
On August II, Irtl, General Orant tele
graphed to Central Duller, commissioner
of exchange, the following:
"It Is hard m our men IkM In Southera
prisons not to exchange them, but It is
humane to those lelt to light our battles,
Jf w now commence a sjstem of exchange
which liberates prisoners taken we will
have to tight on until the whole South Is
exterminated. Jf we hold those captured
they count for more than dead men. '
Oeneral Itutler, In contspondonct, says:
"Hut while it Is ery hard on the
oor fellow that were In Andersonllle,
tbby, Salisbury and elsewhere, as prison
ers, jet thej, ivcn in their sutttrlngs, were
aiding th. Ir countrj more in the war of
the rebellion than they tould hao dona
by fighting in the ranks In the condition
they were put In b) the other side of the
Well, while Congressman Tarsney Is on
the police force, after hearing there was
to In an exchange of prisoners, he take
a stroll the next morning. Hajs "he had
occasion to go down towards a little stream
which ran through the lines" (he probably
meant through the stockade); that "It was
early In the morning hardly light" (us old
prisoners alwais watched those fellows
who were prowling around about daylight),
when "he heard u groan off to one side
and being of the police, turned to see what
was wrong, and there under tome trees,
lying on a threadbare blanket, was a
soldier In almost his last gasps," Just
think a moment A soldier ling undrr
tome trees In AndersonvlUe! Where In the
name of God did those trees tome from
-when every tree and sprig was cut up and
even our poor boys had dug down, dowa
In the bowels of the earth long months
before this "hairbreadth escape" oecurred
lor the roots or tne trees which had been
cut down to build the stockade with -with
-which to make u little lire to took the half
pint of corn meal Issued to us for one
day's ration? Well, anhow, he ejs he
(euod Um uad.ee soma trees a&3 asked him
what ho could do for him. He answered
there was nothing to do but he felt sorry
for this poor soldier he had found, so lie
sas "he rustled about and built a lire And
managed to get enough cotfee to make him
a little bit."
We old prisoners would naturally -wonder
what kind of coffee It was there were so
many kinds down there In Anderfonilllc.
1 remember poor John I.ancharl, who be
longed to a Kentucky cavalry regiment,
used to cry "here Is jour good, strong tail
coffee Who wants a cup for a ration of
meal'"' Now, after this poor soldier, who
was In his last gasps, got his cotfee, got
braced up, he commenetd to talk and snld
his name was John Trance, of the
.Michigan regiment, and said he had been
selected for exchange that day, but said
It camo too late, that ho could not live
an hour. "After I nm dead," s-nld he, "joti
pin a paper witli jour name and regiment
on my coat, take my name and number
vourself and be ev-hanged in my plice"
Ho then related all the incidents of his
capture, dates of battle, with all other data
and said he was captured at the battle of
Manassas, or second battle of Hull Hun,
which, however, occurred August 21, 15CJ.
which would have at that time made him a
prisoner about two ve.us, when the oldest
prisoners at that time conllned In Andc--i-imvilli
were captured at Chlikamauga
.September 1J, UC3, a discrepancy of nearly
Isn't It remarkable that this poor soldier.
John Krnnce, should be able to give nil
this detail and advice to this "halo and
strong" police force man, when, us Con
giessmnn Tarsney wis, "In half nn bout
he vmih dead''" He then sajs: "I pulled
his body to one side, whete It would not be
readily observed, cover. d his dead face
with one corner of the blanket, and went
away, saving. 'That Is all I could do for
tho dead ninn, who unlocked AndersonvlUe
for my escape "
All old ex-prlsoners of vvnr wonder
whether Congressman Tnisney thought of
his "hail breadth isctpe" when the ex
pilsoner of war pension bill was taken
from tho calendnr to be voted on when he
objected, and It went b-ick to oblivion
whence It Ins never been resurrected
nnd In nil probability never will be. Would
to God John Trance had lived but no, he
died starved to death anil John Tarsney
s.-ijh ho "blacked his own face, ripped his
elothis, and with a stout cane to limp
with, looked ns nearly dead as lie could,
and when John Trunce's name wns culled,
hobbled and tottered across the bridge on
the other side and answeted "Here," when
he could look back nnd sec tho real John
Tratico lvlng stark In the little clump of
hushes (he prolubly meant under tomo
trees) from where he Mood
Now. comrades. If this exchange hiin.
ncss wns so, It might be nil right t don't
see why Congressman Tarsney suppresses
it-ites he doesn't even give the number of
his or John Trance's regiment Now, III
fact, there was no exchange of prisoners
from Andersonvllln for months after the
six raiders were hung Of course theie
were rumors of exchange, especially when
the Johnnies wanted to move us from one
prison to another. On September 7. 1W1,
all prisoners from the first to tenth de.
tnctiments In thp stockade, and nil prison,
crs In the hospital who were able to walk,
were taken to Savannah, but not ex
changed The first exchange took place
frnm Mlllen prison nboilt Kovemher tfi.
K when 10 win EJek nnd wounded were
exchanged This was tho first exchange
for fourteen months, except a special ex
change made by General Sherman whllo In
fpint of Atlanta hut only n very small
number of new prisoners wero exchanged
from AndersonvlUe at tint time.
Sint.i r'e llxriirtiloiii.
For the annual meeting of the Grand
Council of Kansas of the I'nlted Com
mercial Travelers' Association of Amer
ica, to be held at 'i Jl'JJKA. KAS.,
th Santa Ke Itoute will sell tickets to To-
Sek.i at one fare for tho round trip, on
lay 9 and 10, limited to return May 13,
Tor the annual Kansas musical Jubilee, to
be held at HUTCHINSON, KAS the Santa
To Itoute will sell thkets to Hutchinson at
one lure for the round trip, on May 7 to
10. inclusive, limited to return Ma ll
Santa Te Itouta ticket otllces, northeast
corner Tenth and Main streets, 1000 Union
avenue and Union depot.
UT.OHGI! W. HAGKNIU'CH.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
New Sleepers u the Alton.
Beginning with April 1st. the Chicago &.
Alton railroad will run two sleepers Silly
In the r "St. I.ouis J,imited" between Kan
sas City and bt. Louis. Uhe two new sinn
ing cars assigned to- this service are named
the "Majestic" and "Teutonic." after the
two new White btar line Atlantic ocean
bteamtrs. I.Jph year brings something new
In tho carbullders art and with each 1m-
irnemrnt we eXClalnl that Slirelv iin.htM ,
i-v -"---c. j,,.,,, ..,,... , -.-.-;-' ..'.
more can u? ' cih me new Alton
sleepers, with thtlr large. loomy compart
ments, drawing rooms, and perfectly ap
pointed toilet rooms, one would Imagine,
the builder possessed "oj of AlUdlo.
WHEAT MARKET LOWER,
VAKIOUS IIKAHISH J'KATI'nnS Sr.NT
riticEs down i i-so j on Tin: dav.
Corn Wns Strong, Closing 1-Ho lllgher
Oats Were a Tr.ntlon OfT, While. Pro
visions Dei lined nil ll Lower
Chicago, III , May 1. Wheat at tho close
to-day was Sc lower than at the corre
sponding time of the day before and l'ic
b.dow the highest price It brought near
tho opening Tho weather was to somo
extent the cause of tho break, but heavy
receipts at primary markets compared
with those of last vear and n complete ab
sence of foreign demand at present prices
were likewise influential features in tho
dais news. Corn was Independently firm,
clolng '(.c higher nnd oats closed "o low
er. Provisions wero weak and lower.
Wheat on the curb got ns high as Cu1 tc
yesteiday afternoon. This morning the
curb's alarm had subsided considerably
and the regular session opened with sell
ers at from GOo to OiTso, but those llgurcs
were still from 'ic to c above tho closing
quotations -of the regular session yester
day. It did not take long, however, to
shake the prico down to about tho level
of the previous daj's closing figures and
after that tho matkit became compara
tively quiet for an hour with the price
kept within a range of about '8e or be
tween Ci,o and oTic. The bulge on tho
curb sesterdiy and at the opening to-day
had Its origin In ,i dread that tho waim
dry weather would do irreparable damage
to the growing wheat Very general and
In some places heavy rains throughout
the unner lake region nnd unner Missis
sippi valley, with predicted severe local
storms in Missouri, Illinois, Iowa. .Minne
sota, Wisconsin, the Dakotas and North
western Nebraska, caused the decllno
which followed the opening Jump, Tho
cables brought higher quotations from
Liverpool and tho Continental markets,
but the statistical Items connected with
tho dally and weekly receipts and ship
ments were bearish an I that. In connec
tion with the rains, present and pros,
pectlve, had an ultlmatelv depressing of
tect. Minneapolis and Duluth received 2
cars compared with 'M a jenr ago. Pri
mary maikot receipts for the day were
311. 1".) bushels, against L'll.Om) bushels a
enr ago. The vfeek's exports of wheat
nnd flour from both coasts amounted to
I.SIw.O"!) bushels, ugalnst ,131,(44 bushels
tho week before Clearances from the At
lantic ports for twenty-four hours were
only equal to 2?,000 bushels. Argentine
shipments last week were l.i'.'OOOO bushels.
Berlin, Paris and Liverpool all closed at
considerably higher prices than on the
day before, but the market here became
weak and declined to 61c, with that price
bM nt the close.
Tho corn market was strong at times
and firm from the start until within a
few minute of the close, when It weak.
ened a little In sympathy with the de.
cllno in wheat The stiength came from
the strong cash situation One cirgo was
w-flrked from her via the St Lawrence
route and orders are here for several car
goes at a small fraction below to-das's
prices Herelpu were 1U cars and liSOOO
uusneis were rcceiieu ui an inc primary
markets us compared with 32j.CX) bushels
a j car aco The opening price, for July
was WtfiSOc It brought tXk'. but the price
mo3t frequently paid was 4Dsic Near tho
enti mere was a uron 10 rjc ana it closed
Oats vi ere fairly active. An easier feel
ing was prominent and price suffered n
decline. Haiti m the oats territorv and
prospects of more was the principal vveik-
ness or. ruiures .viay starieu at Vjc, soiu
down to 2SUfi-3V. rallied again to 2Slie
and was otferel at that price at the end,
showing a decline of 'sfl'ie for yesterday
July ranged from SS'.ite-SHc, retting at
Tho provision market declined from a
declining hog market. At the close July
pork was. quot-d at 111 Si. after selling
as low as til HO. comnared with 112 M at the
close on Friday July lard lost 10c of Us
previous o.u.y-8 value nnu rios aecnneit
from 12'B15c. Herelnts of hogs were 11.000
neaa ana jur ine weeK ik.vuu.
GOING TeTcHICAGO TO-NIGHT ?
The Hurltngton fast train "Kll" leaves at
C:C0. The only line serving meals on the
cafe plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, In addition to regular meal service.
This entire train Is equipped with all mod
ra Improvements b'ervlcs unexcelled, ,
". B CLAmtE, Trcs J. W. Barset, Sec
A. A. Tosili.vsoK, V Prcs. C. II. Hockw ell, Tres.
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new ronit Lire nuiLDiNO
Accounts, subject to check at
siprlit, received from individuals,
iirms and corporations on the
most favorable- terms.
JiCfjal depository for Court and
Acts as Executor, Guardian,
Administrator and Kccoiver,
also as Registrar and Transfer
Agent for Stocks and Bonds.
PAINT AN VARNISH
I Jtlrit .t vnsy to IIihI HS
low Kr.itli tf jdu know
uli ero to go.
You Don't Know Much
About paint, but wo do,
nnd will toll you nil wo
Luuw, If you want to
puiut your house insida or
outside, or any articles
around the bouse, couio
and sea us.
A, M, HUGHES PAINT & GLASS GO.
r,ol-r,M)U Walnut St. Tel. 11131,
Agents far Mosaic Floor Polish.
But Wing N. Y, Life Bldg., KANSAS 01TY. M0.
Boot.ketping, BhQrtnand, TypcritlDg, Teleg
raphy, Engluh Branches, Moicra Languages, etc, it
Wtftat rates, Gatalcgtofree.''4Telephonell74, 1
J. r. SPALDIN0, A. M Prcsiaeai
STORE YOUR EGGS!
Wc Offer Good Facilities.
Why hip 1'iittt when hy storing
hrru jou hutu mlvunt.ieo of hotli
1 utfrtt uml Western market Cur
1V ulo iimuuf.icturu uml dUtrlbuto to
fiimllli-t tliu mil ktrlctly lljcliulu let-.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
0ATTM5, JI0QS and SHEEP to
Ben L. Welch & Go.
btuik lurdif - Kunatj City, Mo
Market rt porta furnished. Write us.
T, Lee Adams
St., Kansas City Mo.
r. WHITE US nnd rtturn mall will brlnjf you FKE ,
apamjt.!.HfwniJilnlrcr full inrornmtloti u follow to
operate sCCCt-vStULLY in Walt MrM Thousandi'
p no m. a oct4 uiwn ltd mit,stitioiia lmv luado U
. Sr-LtNDID GAINS
t mmnnrnf ixiir-nv.,. ........
1 muuLdi iravcaimtNis. a
kStct.fltnomls, (imin, I rovMonn nnd Cotton bouirbtd
hfi.l)tl iknlil fnr inri r.r mi n iiiir..!i,ti,. r. . . . ..... V
? Commlvmloti J. 10 mr unU
KOnrPntlrMirLct I-etter ronUlm full rciiorta. Cor-1
rYlKniiltliUH. Hiytitbtrtffrtncii'. t
m (UtablUUeJ lSM Ia.orinittnl UOZ) i
! Consolidated Stock and Produce Co. ;
4T DROADWAY, NEW YORK. 4
H. P. WRIGHT & CO.,
STOCKS and BONDS.
Bend for our Weekly Quotation Circular
the only regular publication of prices of
local Hands and Stocks In this market.
ARMOUR BUILDWC, S00 DELAWARE ST.,
KANSAS CITY, .MO.
C. D. PnnNCII. President.
WYAN NELSON. Secretary and Treasurer.
Order executed for future delivery of
0 rain and Provisions.
Itooras :. 1 and 22, Exchange bldg.
Private wires to Chicago, New York and
MILLS Commission Co.,
in:i N'rir Yurie J.lfi. Itiillillnc.
Trlriibntiu M1H8. KANSAS tlllY, MO.
Dealers in GRAIN and PROVISIONS for
caeh or future delivery and ItAILKOAD
STOCKS ond HONDS. Orders by mill or
tc-lct'raph promptly executed.
Ieasid Wires to Chicago ami Hew York.
Refer to Rradstreet's and Uun'a Hereon.
tile Acencies, New UueUnd bafu Deposit
and Trutt Company.
BANKERS AND INVESTORS
Wantlnp choice hleh erade Huslness Paper,
rtoniis. Bank Stocks or other Investment
Securities, or Good City and Farm Mort
eat;e Loans, or to buy or tell Improved
City Business or Residence Property or
Improved Farms, call on or correspond
with M. R. AUIU.L. Manager
CHlt'AfiOA K,J, COM.UISSIONTO..
SU IcluwuriMr t, Khiisus City, JIo.
'lilt-phouA N'o. 10U4.
10a and 104 West 9th Street, Kansas City, Mo.
The Olrl Reliable Doctor. Oldest In Aco, Longest I.ocntoil. A ICcEla
Graduate iu Medii.inc. Uer 7 Yearn bpi-cbtl 1'nictlce.
Authorized bv tho Stato to treat CHRONIC. NERVOUS ani SPECIAL DISEASES. Cures
fruarantced or money refunded. All ineillcinei f uruMicd ready for use. No deten
tion from business. Patients at a distance treated by mall and uxprcsi. Medicines
Bent uveryTThero.frco from gazo or brcal.aK0. CliarKC3 low. 0 c-r SO UX) c asca cured. Ago and
eiperlenco tiro important, btato vour case ana benu tor icrms. consuiiaiioa in ireo ana coau
denllal, cither personally orbylctter.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (35Tto5Sy!
firoducins losses, pimples and blotches on tho face, rushes of blood to bead, pnlns in back, con
used Ideas uadforceltulness, bashjulness. aversion to hoclety, lo-s of exunl power, loss of
manhood, 4.C., cured for life. I can stop nil night lossos, restoro lost sexual pow er, rcatoro nerva
ana Oram power, enlarge anu sirengiucn weak pares auu maku j ou ui, lor marriage.
C. rr,h I : c that terrible disease, In all its I
!sf firt nf rermancntly cured without
ouibiutv, caustic, ouitlus, bougies or
sounds. No ra'.n, uo exposure. Tatlent can
use the treatment at home.
Tho Great Turkish
Rhcumntla Ctirn. C
SUIIH CUUE. ThOPreatest fllspniprir In thn
I annals of medlcino. Ouo doo gites relief; s
fewdosearcmoe fover and pain In Joints; 4
I euro In a few days. Send statement ot case,
I with btamp for circular. 1
tr TIT...., : A ,., forMcri Onlv. Kcnletowlthl 01 nc iiocsjj
I ike lliuacuia Jl Aiitiuuni thousands of curiosities. Thu I 0 a. m. to S p. .
life like models and wax figures deeply Impress the mind; a kchool of in I Sundaus 70 to 12.
itructlon a sermon without words.
" ' ' ao tSOO dtoatltetl In th bank, which I nlH farltll fit abova dlicaset that I cannot cw
forms and staires cured for
lire, jiiooa i'oisoning, bitin uiseaes, uicers.
Swellings. Sores, Goiiorrhoca and Gleet, nndall
forms of Prirato Diseases positlTely cured or
Rnnt for both rcxcs.ro pages, CT pictures
IUUIV trlI0 to ju0t wtu jul deception of
abovo diseases, tho effects and cure, pent eal.
odin plain wrappcrfor fie. in stamps. Read this
lime uoou ana answer ust 01 questions.
IkBzms ocx French RyuUtw'Ms
prevent Mil (orrect irreauan7i"e5'a"uTr.
erfaii? awd d?ec fual semeh k wportwui
or pwpful mqijfimfioif.
)cnd I j.c8 for a trh box , 1 5.- 1or frbou),
prompt Jofei?fiflr ivef c ll mil order)
H jdhnjdn cRtfj dmm
Eobt.0. White & Co.
Live Slock Commission Merchants,
Kansas City Stock Yard
Conklgiinirntsnnil Correipondeurr Solicited.
.11url.it Itrpurtu irtu Upou Applliatlou.
ni tit UlbUUUI lb V T j, GILLUSPIU
so ao. ) j. v. aiLi.Ksi'iH
Commission Merchants, Kansas City Stock
Liberal advances made to parties feeding
stock. Buying feeding cattle on orders a,
Epectalty. Correspondence solicited. Tele
phone No. 1623.
Houston, Fible & Go.
(Successors to Win. J. Wollmau A. Co.)
BONQS, STOCKS vo$$SAU
fio DcLtuaro btreft, Khiihu Vty, Mo.
5oir Minn rca vnitid mm.
MISSOURI NATIONAL BANK
IHIUUVUIll New York Life Building.
Foreign Drafts Issued on All Parts of the Old World,
KAWVb C1TV, MUaourl.
bT. I.OUIS, SlU.ourl.
Corner Nineteenth nntl Wyoming' Sts., Kansas City, Mo,
w jy r 1H-WI liUlUMJt
IMSUUIETV ANl MOK
l'lllNlbM. The followlnc ttate
meats regarding tho Wherrell Curt
are ab.snhitf.lv irnu. T. la . i.
est known medical cur,: th. nu.,i ,,i ,,,. ,
trenulns and orUlnal euro la the two Kansas Cltya
the only cure Indorsed and adopted by the United
Kt.1t,. ifnVBrnm.n, ..ii,kl,l... j ...... w
the only on, that fc-uarantee, to 'the "wtton la wr tiuV Vu'lndpeVmaneSl
cure, and the only one that has neer Injured the health of a single pa tljn
CHAS. SACHS & 00, SWi
Commercial l'upcr, l-'orclgu Uxiluiuge,
SI8 Delaware St. Tol. IS05.
710 WYANDOTTE STREET, KANSAS CITY, AlO.
. W. WOODWABD. V, A. VAXOX. g, c. UOUTOJS,
WUUDWARD, FAXON & CO.,
W, J. Anderson W wholesale druggists,
" .nUUuIVUII OlOKef, DEALERS IN PAINTS, oils and ni i '
Ml Delaware bt, Kansas City, Mo. Commercial
Vpcr, itoclM and Bottdt, itial Ejutt Loans.
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND QLASS,
a, .near unum j
K mriT-ili sit rn fiiff-,1