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THE KAIVSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 2o. 1895.
IHINt V. .1. llltVA.V Mll) It Till.
In n f-pi-crli nl .MpiiuIiI Mr. Ilrjun He
ImilKlii") (he SrrrrUf)'i Alilr- Ut
tho lMy lli-fnre, In Hip Ill-light
nf n IIIr Audit ntc
M mphlm Term.. Stay il.Mprnpliii I t'i
.!ti r-mtr-r rf the Sonlh Jum ncm in ih
..i i- mi of th Bl.tHerWnir rurn-r
i) -., do upon the h"l f "! r
,i i nnml moiwjr" ponvpntion ut i.i-
-I'-it.iim, t w-rtinh the wonomi'" '-w.
- .. -rot my of the national trra.ury
w. . oundl to ft Ifge jtnthsrinK nt m. n
.ill fart of the Sotilh, tfho art p
1 v- l t the fn9 cnlnnte of lll'?r at trie
i-1 . of 'A to 1, -tmt ii rousing inett'.
t- n pl.t of n rnunlly ntlltirrMM vUrr of
t i..: , w'nwo slogan Is "honet tnon--,"
n ii tttu.p" (titMt et honor wa the eloqucrt
j .i N '.ritsk.in, William .1. lirysn. Short-
,i'i.r ;hr ."Blind tnom-y onrcntlun w.t--
,i. , His Hver people iroi 10 work nn
, . i-it.-r ilemontratloii, with the r-ult
t i Mr. lirynn consent eil to reply to :lie
i h of Secretary Carlislo at im-i-t.tii:
Ii 1 1 at the (trund or.t house lo-MKlil
'l'..,it :ru-ttira Mat only nhout om-lhlnl
m m.iiiy pi-opl" n the Audltotltiin, m
wh.' I p--tTilny' convention wa held, und
a i.irkL titin.ber of people who eoiwht ad
n .ii. ould not he ncotnmodulcd.
Mr. llrynn ttus Introduced by W. Jl.
CtiriiM- k, edllor of the I'ommerclul-Appeal,
ut, I r -.ilvcd an enthusiastic reception. A
tun -nl- rable part of hla iet-h um taken
up u.li rotnp.ir!on of Secretary tar-Hi)-
Inn speech, with nt'-rances saltl lo
bait l made by him in 1S7S. The tellinit
p..n - ill Mr. Hryan'o speech were Ioudl
up, titl.li 1 ami when lie hurt concluded the
a.ii H c t-)-e to Its feet anil cheered for
k v-rul id. Il was followed by fuii-
Krt - i.inii J. M. Allen, of Mlslslppi, in a
h.mwrujs and Intcrmtlni; speech.
Mr. Itrjslli's l.rin:irk.
Mr llryan's speech was in riibstnme as
ft I-JWS .
"I have read the speech delivered by Mr.
I'arllKle In IhU city on yesterday. l?o that
dehv.-red by him at CovltiRlon, Ky.. last
MDtiaay t-venliiR, and I have lompared
Hi in with the speech delivered by him on
th- -1st of l-'ebniary. I-.7J, In the house of
representatives, and I am renilndeil of the
lanuaKu tis-.-d by 1'avld In lamenting the
ikiitti of Saul; 'ilou are the mlKhty fallen.'
In 1S7S Mr. Carll-lu was hurliiiK the peb
ble of truth at th" wtiint of the l'hlllls
tirits. John Shenn.in; to-day. as a l.cillatli.
he niuy Issues i linlleiiueM to his former
friends. Ills speech of ts" was made when
ho was 13 years old. lit the full poscsslon
of his physlcul stutiKth and mental vipor.
lit had then been a ptnctli-lnR lawyer for
twenty yiars, a member of the state IckIs
latim of Kentucky, and a lieutenant t-'ov-crnor
oi that state, and was-then a mem
ber of ioiikicmi. Mr. Carlisle did not refer
at Meiuph.s to ills speech of 1STS. but he
did ief- r to It at Covlnpton and said: "Some
of te opinions then expiessed have been
me titic-1 and some of them have been
ohatiu- d altoBelher by subsequent events
an I bv a more thorouKh lnvesliKation or
the MibJceiH to which they relati 0, but
on the iiietloii of free coinage my - on-t-
Mobs have never been shaken for a
in itnt-nt.' Hut he did not state, even a-i-j
nitton. what iarts of his former spec, b
li repudiated and what parts he tnodtllMl.
JIi !-r"l In the house and M-nate for
aboui Jlftein years after tnakliii; ihat
upee ii. and never, upon a slnxle oi -nsion.
11-1 he attempt to withdraw the utt-ran-ts
of 1S7S. or to modify the empha.-ls with
whi h he then spoke. Jle explains thai he
v lid for free coinage In lbTS. In the hope
tha" tt would be amended In the senate,
hut he never voted iiKalnst free coinaue
until after the nomination of Mr. Cleveland
In IV'iJ, It Is true that, in ls". .Mr. Car
lisle d.d say that' he was opposed to the
frcr ninace of silver, but he ought, in .ill
fairne.-s. to have stated that he was ar
tha' time opposed to the free coinage of
goli iiUo. Jle said In ills speech of IV7s.
I am opposeil to the free coinage of eitn.-r
gold or silver, but In favor of the unlimited
eoinngi of both metals, upon terms of . x
act eipiallty.' N"ot only Is his present lan
guage contradicted by his former .--per h.
but a letter written in 1SC by him h.ij-s
that he was at that time In favor of fr
and unlimited coinage of silver.
Ciiliip.irl-.on-, Are Oillnur..
"Mr fulis-Ie In 1S7S. said: "The struggle
n w going on cannot cease anil ought not
i; en-.- until all the Industrial Interests of
tti 1 1 i'ry are fully and llnally enium i-t-ai-
I t'K-in the heartless domination of tie
jrl ,it. - s-tock exchanges and othi-r
g"-tr ,mbiiutlons of money grabbera in
tl - .iiii i ry and llurope."
Nw. i'.r. Carlisle m the honored guest
ni u .mention attended by bankers and
tlniin. i, i- who are opposed to the use of
s iver is standard money. Mr. Carlisle
a ks ii tin- advocate of blnietalllnm are
n! in f.nor of the restoration of silver
Kifiiii.il!. What moekeiy Ihls is. Did
til i. it secure the pusi-age of the selgti
i' - II just after the repeal of the Sher
man tui. and did not Mr. Carlisle's' chief,
Mi ' '.land, veto this hill, notuith.it. md
,. th. I i.-t that it win voted for by more
iti, iti.i-tliirds of the Uemoerats of both
i j ' lilt) not the advocates of blnietnl
i m i' the senate oftcr to support a bill
pr.-ili'i for tlii- unlimited i-oiti.ige of
- '. ith the provision that the goverr.
n'l.i ii i.ild charge a -.i-iguorage equal lo
i i,i i it'i, nee between the bullion und
--.. ..iliien'.' Uld not the opponents of
ppine this meamire ai viuleiiily as
t ii. I the free coinage of silver? Ill
i-Tn. v h- n Mr. Carlisle was In sympathy
v. "h ti.i nutiitses of the pi ople, he said:
I. i u-. if we i-an do no better, pass bill
i il' iililiodj iug in tach some one
e , i. it. al provision for teller and send
in i.. ih- executive for his approval.
i - itlihold.-i his signature unl we are
i1 v in .-ecure the necessary vote, hero
-'h-rc. to ena. t them Into laws,
t . i ,i ! -i iniiioK his veto, let us, as a last
. i -u-penu the miles and put them
. n-r.il appropriation bills, with the
- tiinlerst.iitrtln-; that i: the people
i t t i, i, relief, the government can get
t - in. '-. Them- ure the words of the
r ii -tingnlshed -"talesman who, nt
ii nrd . and I'ovingtun. ussutes the poo
j" it. ii there i now no n eil ot relief,
.i ' ti.it we have onlv to enjoy the pros
j ij tju .r.intivd by a gold standard,
(lierlolll-1 the t.'llltell Mates.
Mr i .ii lisle. In discussing me legal ra
t ,i"iiiiiM that the I'nltid States can
a .o -i mi no mure by fiee cuitiage than
t . lull, in l-jhiior, Mexico, and overlooks
r. i r h the etlect which will be prodtii-ed
ui i m- value of silver bullion by the
i mil, i use of ii. In Ihe i'nited State.
J iitiFi word, he does not take Into con-
'liia' Kitt Ihe fait thai the I'nited States
. ciniiiercidl stunrilni! more tlmn ten
t m. i- rfi-ent a .MexKo, and he does
not i .k. into i-onslderatlon thu fuel that
n i.-.r. ,i,id rlemiind hiii-Ii us would be
t .si,, ii, ! by the I'liitHd States will alfect
i . ;.r . . of that portion of silver which
fi- i pun the utjrk--l. In estlniatinisf the
i . i . uf gold availabli' for . oliuge nn-
,11 he fails in consider the great in.
t-r. i . in the coiisumptlgn of trufd In the
,iri and the lin-ri-ase In commerce in ihe
hi-- ' i- its. Mr. Carlisle holds out no hope
ii' ti.uniu'.oni-l bimetallism, bui Insists
i ii n - ih. i duty of this government to
ni ni. in, a gold standard, at I tries (l
, j'v i hai it will causi no appreciation In
I- v-alu- of the dollar.
Hid- reiii-e llrtuicn t'arllole anil Culiblngs,
-,i i(i. Mempnts tonventlim jir. Catih-
1 m i I'd that the opponents of sll-
--!- . -kpei ting lliuin.iliun.il bliiieial.
I : l l .-eltllhg Kinlllct bitWell) Sir.
I ri II and .Mr. fatcldiiBt. lan be eurllv
ti- i i ' Mr. Ctilialo UIleve. Ihat the
C i-:- in-nt snuul-i buy whatever silver It
I ii i 'hir fore, might be -ailed a
b n: q I -t Mr Cat hlngs Is in favor
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ffei
im Ammonia, Alum or any other adult-fun,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
THE GREAT STAY HERE SALE !
Tim HLB isn't built of the kind of material that cati be bluffed into taking a back seat. We've trotted the clothiers of Kansas City a right good race since we opened otir
doors a little ocr a year ago. One firm has sold out, one has left town, and another is about to leave our location. Nothing but the power ot lower prices could have worked such wonders in
so short a time.
THE HUB'S THE KING BEE-IS THE COCK OF THE WALK AND INTENDS TO STAY SO.
In inaugurating this sale it is the intention to make it the most wonderful sale ever held the talk of the town the wonder of the country- the envy of competitors and the
death of fakirs It won't take more than a hurried glance through the following items to prove to you that The Hub is strictly in the push, for keeps and all.
BRISTLY BARGAIN BITS FROM BARGAINAPOLIS.
ilerc's quarters for the best always, and the purchase of the $40,000 stock of Warner, Smith & Bennett, of Elmira, N, Y., gives us a cinch on price making that even manu
facturers could n t possibly have.
DON'T PAJL TO ATTEND THE GREAT STAY-HERE SALE.
The Mub is too well pleased with its present quarters and abundant success to think of leaving this section for fields new and pastures green, and we'll give our friends a part
ing shot that will make them wonder where they arc "at." Rent is just about one-half as cheap here as in the high priced uptown region, and we'll sec that you get all the benefit of it,
We're tvnrminc up to It Here's some
hr,t stiirr. ntid tlnr-'n plenty more butt
Inc If we don't make thlnits tnrtmtlon
vtirm for the umild-he uriib-nll-i ntnl
hlKh jirli-e blKliVMiymen. we'll want to
know the t- -foii why. Prb-c-i tell the
story of how lliese coodo are --ettliiK It
where the hi. ken unt ihe nx right In
the neck 'I'nke 'em ami he happy
thcrc'ii 11 lot of (Hiving tit it for you.
And, They're All
Fresh and yen:
73 cent Punts ko for
$1.15 Pants so for
Si.OO Pants ko for
j:.2j Pnnts ko for
j:.M Pants ko for
J2.73 rants ko for
Take in tho show windows
Dill- Dud- DUD
..f t-.-- re-nnration ef - 'r after a -'liilc.
i!" c.i li-. i M.in.i,- ivi!: h-!p ii- iim t hert -
full- ma- I illed ,i bv .iiid-by-metallist.
Hunger In an KnglUh Ualil-ci'.
"Wl-.it n-. ! i- tin i- for bimetallism 1f
Ih- mild 'Mi laid ill fiunish .t siiillclent
aniiiunt ut mum ' Th- nnfesslon that
lilmeialliMii H deslrsibb- destroys all argu
ment advanced ill bihalf of gold monomet
allism, and. When one has admitted the de.
hlrubllli of blinetalllMii he must either
favor the restoration of It by the I'nited
.States alone or Mihtnlt the destinies of this
people to foreign nations. It has been well
said that it Is more dangerous to put an
Km-ll-dl banker at the head of our finan
cial system than to put an r'ngllt-h admiral
at the head of our navy, or un 1'ngllsh gon
eral at the head of our army,"
lli'hcrtct! the Ola,,!-,."
Mr. Ilryan discussed various phases of
the money question, -piotlug frequently
mm Senntor Carlisle, and answering his
arguments by arguments formerly made
hi Secretary On-lisle or by statistics. He
do-ted by saying that Secretary I'arlislc
hud descried the ''struggling musses," for
whom he formerly spoke, but that even
without his leadership they would he able
to cist their ballots tor the restoration of
Ihe gold and silver eqlnnge of the consti
tution, and that the present efforts of
Secretary Carlisle, Instead of retarding the
movement, would make his former speech
familiar 10 the American people and show
them tho danger of entrusting our llnanclal
-olli-y to the "Idle holders of Idle capital,"
or lo their representatives.
lb-cause of Its much greater strength,
the Iloyal linking Powder is more econom
ical than any similar leavening agent.
I'yt liinli .Mcniiiriiil CieriUe-,
Arrangements are being perfected for the
Pythian Memorial services to be held
Sunday afternoon, June 9, at 3 o'clock,
In Ihe Academy of Music, 1223 Mefiee
street. The Uniform Itunk K. of P. nnd
all the lodges of the city will take ji.irt.
At 2 o'clock the different orders will as
nmble at f'astle hall, corner of Four
teenth and Oram) avenue, and will march
In a. body, beaded by llattery II band, lo
the Academy of Miinie, where Itov. .1, :.
lichens will deliver Ihe Muniorl.il address.
To-moirow atlurnoon at it o'clock the
membera of the i-everal lodges, will meet
In Sicilian hall, ut Seventh and Main
streets, and complete arrangements for
the iervlces and programme. Messrs. II.
A. Hrotts. Itobert I,. Hartley and Oeorge
1. Hum, era lomposi- the tommltti-o having
the e-iercb-fs In charge.
7'ood raised by the Iloyal Baking Powder
may be e.-ilen hit. even by dyi-pi-ptlcs.
with Impunitv. Hot bread, blaiuli-,, hot
cukes, mulllim, crUBts, piiildliiKS. etc., are
iiia.iii by It use perfivlly wholi sonic.
.Mlciidid the riiner.ll of II. I'. Ilrldge.
Anions the out-of-town attendants at the
funeral of n. I' firidges. agent of the
Westein Weighing- Assoclatinn, held .es
terday wltpinouii. nere: (liurge 1,. far
man. siipeiinteiident uf the association,
I'hleawo: f'hwrh-s Johnson, agent of tho
association at SI. I.ouis: It. Trumbull,
-iKeiii of the assocliitlun al Omaha; v. II,
Kgau. .tKent uf the a-uoclatlnn at St. Jo
beph; M. P. IVed, chief int-pci-tor of the
weighing bureau at I.eavm worth; C. A.
.Stewart, chief inspector at Atchison, and
H O. Mortlmt-r, thief inspector at Wch-
Viillie 'llilcii. Arrinted,
Yesterday afternoon Detective Moran
r und the sample case itohn from II. P.
I-ige at the Union depot Thursday night,
t'h- tample cake w.is found at a second
t ir l store at 4-jT West Fifth street, All
) ontents ucre mling, but a good de-.-
ripttun of the mcu who Nuld the sample
i was furnikhed b the set-ond-hand
dei. Later In the day In te tlve Moran
.-irrested .Iainei Hyan and Joseph Whalen
on suspicion, When taken to the police
nation and searched a quantity of the
goods stolen from the sample case were
found in their clothing. A charge of lar-e-ij
was placed agalnut the mo men,
Dclcgutu I'l-iin in Ihe (it)'.
Dennis T. Flynn, of Outhrle, O. T,, del-rgate-at-largf
from Oklahoma, was In
Kansas City last night on his way Kant,
Mr. Flynn saw the iace for lands In "Tho
Kl kapop country Wednesday, and It was
fully up to the btandard of such affairs.
There wero about ten men for every quar
ter tectlon of land thrown open and the
race was attended with many accidents.
Those who did not sucred In getting a
claim kept right on thtlr journey, and are
now overflow In-; Oklahoma, and Kansas by
GET ON BOARD-THE BA.PLC3
?3.00 Pants ko for
$1 M Pants ko for
K'.flO ami jew Pants ko for
Ami yon can rely upon their belnc
Jiift what this ml claims for them or no
pay iii-kul at all.
l-'rom Cireenlanil's ly mountains to
India's coral strand there never wns
known to be such n slump in prleei as
prevail In this went comment erentliiK,
trade paralyr.ln-,-. calculation upsetting.
Htay Here Sale of The Hub.
r o nn or jn
Just to look around and do your heart
Kood nfter the many weak attempts nt
sales that have been HpruiiK almost
1.1.. L... 1.A..I M-l.. 11. .t. rw..,., ?,
Vl-l-nii, Oil" IIUW III,' J1IIM hWLU U,,V,
thliiKS when steam oive Rets up.
FOR THE HOYS.
As Rood as you'll flml for n quarter,
As good as you'll llnd for 3.1 cents,
before you come insiclo. The things you see there and the prices
H Hi ran H SBBwl HmNI IhBhI iSB vKk QE& Q
SHE Wm HS Wz&& IHM liaB m$m gi J3
IMis'sWIiHH 41 ;9m EjMi &M
mm$H mv& VWMSa i-Mjl H w&M , ., 1
SnuSSiHn 9H8 mm S MM fUBI 1
Wtu iImms I JtSSSm mm& mN' JSfim M
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
;ovi:unoi: moicicii.i. i- im:ti:i:.-iiinii
TO bTOI I'in.i; IK. ins.
He Tnliei Mop to I'n-M-nt the ft. minor-
Iltxiili .Mill Oi.il Coiiipany .selN
Out its Store Muleii (itiod
Thpro will bo no more prize flghtlnf
ln Kansas If Governor Morrill enn j in
vent It. Tho recent brutal contest be
tween Pin-tell nnil l.urklu that occurred
In tho southern part of 'cavcnnorth
county lias aroused that entire neigh
borhood nnd protests have been pouring
in ever since. There was to liavo been
another light to-morrow nt the same
place between Gardner and Dixon, well
known bantam weights, but it. Is Rife
to say that the light will nut bo pulled
oft" In this county. Tho following com
munlcntlun was received In this city
"State of Kansas, Kxcciitlve Olllce,
Topekit Kan., May 23, l&'JD.
"J. .V. Itothenbei-Kcr, Sherilf.
"My Dear Sir: I urn informed that
an attempt will be made next Sunday to
have .some kind of a prize light some
wero in Leavenworth county, or In
Johnson or Wyandotte county.
"Tills must be stopped, if possible, and
I call upon you to use all the -lower ut
your command to prevent it.
"Arrest promptly any parties that you
may llnd engaged in the contest or ac
cessory to It.
"Please report to mo at once what
Information you have in regard to the
matter. Yours truly,
"i;. x. Momm.r,."
Sherlff Uothenbergi r expressed him
self freely about the matter and will do
everything pos&lble to arrest and pun
ish those who try to violate the laws
of tho state in the matter ot prize
lighting or "glove contests."
lie has communicated with the sher
iffs of Wyandotte and Johnson counties
and will act with them to stop the light.
It Is claimed that Ihose who have
charge of the pi-npused tight have picked
out the brick yards nn the Missouri I'a
cltlc. railroad, a few miles mirth of Kan-
nnn (Mtv. IvliK.. and that the llt'l.t elll
come off there If the olllceis of the law I
do not Interftie.
t'nal t'luiipany'i Mnro Ab.iiidoneil.
The Leavenworth Coal Company yes
terday soM Its entire stock of goods to
Alois Kerlnezer, having concluded to
abandon tho business and leave their
miners to purchase goods of whom they
The Storo was started nhout seven
years ago in the Italston building on
Shawnee street, just east of the post
olllce, and there was at the time con
siderable feeling exhibited on the part of
other dealers, as It was thought the
employes of the mine would be gradu
ally forced tu make their purchases
there. Nothing of this kind was at
tempted, however, and after seven years'
trlul the company has seen lit to aban
don tho venture
Itetnll dealers will no doubt be pleased
to hear of the change, as many miners
of the Leavenworth coal siiaft did all
of their trading at the company store.
limine nihil tli Mnlen timid..
Tho house of Albert Keltheger, 731
Choctaw street, was yesterday found to
be full of stolen goods, nnd Feltheger
was arrested and placed In the county
The arrest was made by Detectives
Button and Jones, and it Is claimed that
not less than tlve distinct burglaries can
be traced to the door of the arrested
man. Among the things recovered were
all manner of household goods, Including
baby clothes, and the 1 1 nest of linen,
dishes, silverware, etc. Thu residence ut
As booiI as you'll llnd for M cents,
FOJt TJ1E MJ2X.
As good n you'll find for 50 cents,
As good ns you'll tlnd for 75 cents,
As Rood as you'll tlnd for Jl,
As Rood ns you'll llnd for $1 .50,
None to bo found nmonK them that
the bdl has ever run it for. They're the
newest ot the new the brlKhtt-st of the
best, the lowest nf the low. Clothiers
can't tinvt-l In the fame class with this
snlo until they completely revise prices
and upset the Idea ut KettlnK rich In ono
season. Somethlntrs koIhk to drop to
day. Itetter be ikwn.
JJ.00 vnluo for
J2.00 value for
Mr. S. II. "Wilson was burglarized over a
year ago, about $200 worth ot goods be
ing carried off, and Mrs. AVIIsn called
yesterday at the police st.ui-n and
identified am-ms the plunder re. .-vered
a portion f her missing i-ipi rty.
It took but a. short time In the sweat
box to get a confession from l-'eltherger
und he meekly acknowledged his guilt.
Tho Kansas state board of plmrmncy
yesterday concluded Its examination of a
large class of applicants for registration.
Of those who took the examination,
twenty passed as regular and nine as
assistant pharmacists, as follows. A.
W. Waggeiier, Tupeka; Hlcliard Igel.
Leavenworth: Guy S. Graham, W t
more; F. A. Pinkston, Fort Scott; David
Phillip, Concordia; Oliver C'orbett, Km-
isiria; .1. K. Myer, uiay center; ii. J- ;
Sim, Topeka; II. It. Hoffman. Lawn m-.-;
W. F. IMge, Leavenworth: John T.
Lewis llolllday; John W. Sullivan.
Kansas City, Kas.; James K. Glass,
Heme; Frank Schrudowltz, Leaven
worth; S. S. Fisher, Phllllp.shurg; Ches
ter Woodward, Lawrence; F. ('. Hiod
erlck, Ilolton; Owen Paulton, Clay Cen
ter; J. F. JIasslo, Jiwrenee; liert
Wright, lClk City. As assistants: II.
W. Somermeir. Wlnileld: J. T. Miller,
Waldron; W. H. lioby. Topeka: W. It.
Shumate, Frankfort; F. AV. N'ortln-rnft.
Abilene; J. V. Chlsen. "Wellington; C.
X. Kerr, Indejieudence; Nora 'urtis,
Xeoshtt Falls; C, 1". Lynne, M.uikato.
As was foretold In last Sunday's Jour
nal, tho members of the First JSaptist
church last evening gave their new
pastor, the Itev. Henry P. Aullck. a
generous reception on the lower Hour of
tho church building. There was a very
large number In attendance, and tin. ugh
informal there wero speech tanking and
Chief Cyrus Sprngue, of the fire de
partment, yesterday granted A-lain
Khart a permit to build a brick addiu .n
to his place at the corner of Kbkapno
and Seventh streets, and nlso to P
O'Hrlon to build a framo stable on Sec
ond and Olive streets.
At 3 o'clock yesterday morning a
framo house occupied by K. J. Fllntzer,
on .Madison street, between Kenton and
Spruce streets, was discovered to be in
Dailies, aiuj was destroyed before tin
department could reach It, though ad
jacent ptoperty was protected by the
Dtvinen. The house was occupied by W.
T. Mack, and was insuied for 1100. Mr.
Flintzcr and family were absent from
home when tho lire occurred.
Judge Aller yesterday lined several
tramps who were brought before him $10
and $20 each.
City Knglneer Purlin is seriously HI.
Professor Davidson, superintendent of
Topeka public schools, was In this city
yesterday and made tho rounds of the
Leavenworth schools In company with
Professor J. l-J. Klock.
County Treasurer Weakley has been
entrusted with the funds collected by
the committee In aid of tho unemployed
of this city and will honor all orders
signed by John Dooley, president, and
J. I-: Washington, secretary.
The "Troys" and "Leavenworths" will
Play ball at Maple park this afternoon.
Tho removal of Mr. John Garrett from
the Third to the Sixth ward will neecs.
sltato the apiKilntinent of a new mem
ber to till Mr. Garrett's place on the
school board. This vacancy will be
lilled by the hoard, as the law directs
in such emergencies. It Is not known
who Mr. Garrett's successor on the
board will be.
Charles Wyrick, whose critical Illness
was noted In these columns, died yester
day morning at 7:30 o'clock. Deceased
was In his tilth year and came to Leav
enworth from Albany, N. Y., In 1V7D.
Ho leaves a widow and six sons und a
very wide circle of friends.
Messrs. 1-:. W. Snyder and K. A. Kelly
returned home yesterday from attending
the banker--' convention at Topeka.
W. a. Harris und M. H. Mcllale. of
Kansas City, Kas., were In Leavenworth
- .insr SHIP IS SETTING S.A.II-..-
J." 10 value for
See them In the window .I. It's a merry
h-iw-de-do. Windows 3 and I on Main
street, nnd r, i'., 7 nnd S. on l-'lfth treel,
are brimful! or the cood things In UTi
nt prices that you'll actually want to
get In on. No up-town, high-rent prices
about these: no accumulation of old
stock; the brlghtist. newest, best In the
town, at prices under any nnd nil, rrn
nmlter what kind of ft sale they are try
ing to ring In on you. We're here to
stay, and we're making prices opular
enough to make us stay, you can bet
your bottom dollar.
Actually worth SC, you can buy them
Actually worth J7 nnd $S, you can buy
them hero for
Actually worth $10 and 112, you can buy
them here for
Actually worth $13.00 and tl you can
buy them here for
prevailing will come nearer to taking your breath away than anything you'vo struck up to date.
Fac Simile of the Genuine.
The Purest and the Best.
t'rrm -. Jft'irnnf of i!njinn.t
I'rol V II. IVeke, who
makes a specialty of
I.pilepsy, las without
doubt treatedaml cured
more cases tliananjliv
int! I'hysictan . Iiii suc-ceiiisa-.tontsliln-r
of cases of
work nn this disease, which he sends with a
larce bottle of Ins absolute cure, free to any
stuferers who nay send llteir P.O. and Express
address. We ad ise anyone wishing a cure to
address Prof. W. II. PEUKE, E.D., 4 Cedar
Stieet, New York,
' 't""o V V UnIon s'o
i'; anil Hardware Co.
iti:iMiits ron 'ii.utTt:u oaks.
Do You Like
t'li-uii Siitooth 'I'oiieUto ue uflfruasli
In-;-.' If hi. tall tt'lt'iihuiiu lUil fur
SILVER TOWEL & K. C. TOWEL CO.
A. C. FULKERSON, Prop.
rhlrbrtcrt KnclUb Kiuiuuntl Ilranrf.
llrltf mill gua iiniy ui?duiu.
rc, iy irduU. LAuift 41k
Uruflilt tut Chtrkuttr Ungluk Hi ,
iiniiri. -u-iiJud lth blua ril-Uiu. 'I'mLi-i
u i.H.i hmkiJ id lEi-u. st "a is iiiiiis lariauia
-uiiilhur. lit flit da'ltfQU HilitilU
IitiM atfi UUUim Al JJruiciMi, vt enl lc.
ta Uaifi Cur -atilcuUra, t -niu-.-ai.tI-i u4
"i(eii.i lur i-Mit. inKu-f.ifiuro
MkIU 1O.U0U Tt-'miwoiiU A-i i'aptr.
fiiuuiiu. . - A'kUAd., 4.
i JsV. JL w?
1.1 - "-3J
(U Li J Leui
Actually worth $1S, $-d, $:2 and $:o, you
ian buy them here for
Lony Pants Suits.
1 ....!. I.. ..... -.....,., . (.11 unit
jl nil, imuj ever iiiieiniif- iu nn j vn
that he can glvo you prl-is lower than
The Hub, lust wink I ho other eye.
Here's the kind of duly dollars are
tiinde lo do III Ihe ere-il Mt.-iv Here Ball
ot The Hub:
Agi-s la to in years.
And all kinds of patterns.
JO.OO Long Pants Suits for
7.W Ixmg Pants Suits for
$9.00 Long Pants Suits for
10 Long Pants Suits for
Kn ee Pants.
With colors In keening with our sale-
stay there colors, Give them a whirl It
you want your money doubled.
W. 15. Cl-uke, Pre. 3 W IlAiisKr, Sec
A.. A. Tomlinson, V.Pre! C It IIockwell, Tress.
OF KANSAS ClttY, HO.
NEW TOnK lirE UUILDIXO.
Accounts, subject to cliock nt
sislit, received from individuals,
iinns and coi'iiomtions on tho
most favorable terms,
Legal depository for Court and
Acts as Executor, Guardiau,
Administrator and Receiver,
altso as Registrar and Transfer
Airent for Stocks anil IjoikIs.
IS THE BEST.
riT FOR A KINS.
4.3fiP FlNECALf &KANQAR0O.
'-' -EXTRA rtNC- -"a.
' send rnn catai OKiir
Over Ono Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value lor tho money.
They equal custom shoes In ut) lc anil fit.
Their wearing qualities ure unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, stamped on sole.
Prom $1 to $j s.neil over other makes.
It vourtleilffrc -nn -i-tvvniivftcan-I".
A.AICIINIIS in.'l .Mlillii-Mitii An-.
(SIII.IIIIN I.AIil.l.', . W, i-iir, I lilt uuil Jl.ibi.
II. T. AIIIAI . A III .M11I11 SI.
'. M. IIAII.V, inittMirinil Am.
Itlll'M'll llltos.. 1:1:1:1 liritml .tip,
ritlill I'lti: 1 . Hum, hirlni,-lli-lil Am,
IIIJ.NUV I'Al.K, luu:i tVi.t 17th M.
Treati all 1'urai f
Ml TIES' IWEMKUE,
S. H.fr. Villi-.MiloSli.,
liuu.ilii city. Mo.
XIIK Oil. THAT I.IIIIKICATKS UOblU
till Lb SlA.NUt-'ACXUKUU III'
VflGUUM OIL GO.
Hut to buy It-and you Mil getl Walls
original packages go lo
STANDARD OIL COM PANT.
TWE.VTY-NINTII ANNUAL TSL. 1174.
rate" '(caf'en (-dcS
Iu All Departments of
Spalding's Commercial College,
Kat Wiug N. V. Life Bid-,'., Kansas City, Mo.
win Begin gone da. uataioquc mte.
Be sure to visit this College before going
- or ju-umu. au. rrcsu
Worth W cents.
B O XS O I EJiALL S.
We'll show you how low goo-Is can bo
sold when om c The Hub's back gets up.
There's fur o lly. and these will help It.
Worth SO cents a. pair,
Knee Pants Sit, lis.
Another hard rub that will nut them
to guessing. The great Stay Here Sale
lu tin, tntn In iillaii.1 If frill uvutl ,,,,
goods. If you want good goods, If ou
vani i'- piicc-.
$1.50 Kneu Pants Suits for
J2.J0 Knee Pants. Suits for
$-1.0) Knee Pants Suits for
$3.00 Knee Pants Suits for
SCO) knso Pants Suits for
!5 WW-W5 u'i
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
t.sr i!t.isiii:i isho.
Over 200 Tenth Kxtrnctctl Dully X0
PAIN OR DA.NOEU. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Kit Perfectly. Decayed
ami acliiiisr teeth, if worth it, lillcil und
725 SVJASSM STREET
ALThUN, KAULBACH &. CO., Props.
Oldest and Original
to West Ninth St., Kansas City.Alo.
.eadlne anil Successful SrwclalUt) tu lllo-ii
Nervous unit Urinary Disease. "
.m;ui)U- ih. iiii. uv, witu iti maa
(,'loomy symptoms, turi'il. '
i'v.l.'i M''1''' '.v Psrmauentlr restorel
univiViv t.U,r.t1.!Sr1.1.'0 "t100,1" "nercury.
thoroughly" l,,"LA 'lu'ckly yua,
. W.y,' AU1! "THKIf. rAII.consaUiir IL
J. Wblttler ami receive the canUW oiilnton o i
IihysU-lan of emrieuce, sHIll aua Integrity A'j
jjiouilbes niaJe that tauiiQi be fultlllej.
.ilt:iil IM.-. lurphlieU at small cost, am
'rinol? be-d- Trealuieut -MlVtat
l'ici:i; ioasultatlon and urinary analysis.
GUIDE i?,,f3Uau' ntersenclei. sealel
,r,T , Ior "U btliuiii,. ltUuks t'rl.
fait or addresa tn coaUdeui-. """"-
Dr, H, J. WHITTIER,
10 West -Multi St.. KANSAS CITV, 11(1
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
tOO second-hand tents for sale chean n
Blzes, ulmost new, also lurge rouiYrt P.'ni1
10 feet. W feet, w'feet. 70 fe't and iniwJff
diameter, oblonc tents. SOxlo soiso ''
C. J. JJAKKK,"" wiJ11,11w""-
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t? -SIMS. WS--).
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