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TIIK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, SATURDAY, MAltCll 2, 1S.W.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Finns Do Business Because They Advertise,
The Kcelcy Imlilutf,
tti,ni, ( ltd ld.
with lint administered
nl Dwlcht Itewurrof
( lltup llllllllltir.. foil
Miliation nuit lorre
E, R, Gallender
filll .Minnesota Ate.
fines Job Work ol all
kinds .1 specialty.
Vtii ""' nrt" i ,tni
Uj-M t'nritltttrf Hup
x tin mm In nml
look mrr mir ttu l
BELLE VIEW I
lll noli. bub, lire H-,
p, r month.
i S . SuntKiin .r Si
imiisoo & ion,
i. ti. v.uii':uu -
r ol Com Hide
G. W, OETTS,
.luslice ol the I'e.ice,
i irtii umi
Minn, sola Ave.
M ullage eeremonv
perfot tiled without
imMlclty it rcqucs cd
collections a s eclult)
I'll In Iht li-1
for tho ne-ct slxtv
flats I will Luiniiry
' I.ec Cor, tins let l.Vt)
We give a graduitcd
mecllcltie gins with
evciv prescription till"
ed this week
'apiece, or fslc pr pair.
u. r. i)i,r, i'mi,
."III A. 'lull' Ms.,
Kansas I'llv, kiiusus.
111, nnd Minn. Ave
Hire . . .
V' rtlnii. Ac.
'I'LL. I I 7 I.
IFiinluii .t . i.a.il ,l t
I.t .1 number of blc snap." In nil hinds of
Micnntnnil lniprop,l proiprt I'oi pjm
pic 1 l-ioom hoiiM-. M feet, nle hailc 1
block fiom ear line, 5,10 1 S-rooni liouse. fio
ft or Kroiuul, torner car c'0'10, fUW').
Tornn to Kill!
A hook full of ouch Ij.uKaiiH
To-day vc open, for the first
time, . MAST CL.1SS FRESH
MEA T DEPA R T.UEA'T.
We have secured the services of
Mr. Ed Jones, who is well known
as a first-class moat market man in
this city. He will have charge of
this new department. Wc expect
to handle strictly first-class meats
and to sell them for cash at a very
narrow margin of profit. Come
to-day and get
Some splendid grocery bargains,
some splendid bakery goods bar
gains and some splendid frcsi
Fresh fibh, 10c ll
Fresh oysters, 15c can.
Fresh meats, fresh sausages,
fresh country butter and a splendid
stock of salt and smoked meats in
this ijjw meat department.
524-526-528 Minnesota Ave,,
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
5th St. Opera House
The Turner Shaker Concert Co,
GRAND FREE ENTERTAINMENT
Moral Intone pleasing In fe.tlitro. Instructive
The Journal office has been
removed from the Chamber
of Commerce to the first floor
of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
MIJII.NAII.il l'.N'lli:it 'I III'. CIE.VtVI Olllf
PUT TO THE
MUiiMir.i win. iii:ri.v at o.nci: a
fi I'ollie AduiliiUtnttlon U .Nun In 1'ull
III. it llcliiinr.it and ropull.U Hold
'I heir Cniivi'iilloin Tii'iUj .May
L'llllu on C'linilidatta,
The Itepubllcani. of tills city held their
primaries jesleiday afternoon and nominal
ed the rollowiut,' uci.ci;
Toi maoi (ieoige J, TwUs.
I'or councllnieii rirst waul, W V. I'et
ei; Second ward (Ioiik term), C, S. Ham
inonii; (short teim), r. O. Whecleij Third
waul, C i'. Simpson: fourth, vvuid, O. II,
Tipwei; I'lfili ward, ", N, llunu; Sixth
ward, John Davidson.
Constables l'lrt dixtilcl, C. W. Jlaidle;
Second distilct, Jl. V, Tllleiyj Third district,
J, II, I'crklns,
School board Second ward, Hobert Camp,
bell; Thlid ward, W, JJ. Ilaruhait.
Justices of lltu peace first distilct, (I. Jl.
lluuhes; Second distilct, Georeu V, lletts;
Thlid distilct. J. T, Sims.
The otlliff was donu under the Crawford
county svntcm, and It worked charmlnEly,
Thero was a large ote cast, conslderlns
the raw weather, and the candidates were
all satisfied wjlh the nunner In which tin
primaries Were conducted 111 each Of Ilia
projliicls. The system rndeis Ii unuei'es.
tary lo hold u, convention
Councilman Ueorge Tvviss had no opposi
tion for the nomination fur inayoi 'ilia
light fur the nominations (or Justices and
tonstableg brought thu peopl,! out The
ticket nominated estci lay Is a sirong one
mid will be elected fiom tup lo bottom on
The follow inir Is the vote cast for Hie
dilous candidates oulnlde of ma.voi
Counillinen -first vvjuL T I'eteis,
AUnsuiploos, pecoiiu wii-"i .irriiii i,
Ilinimnnn r:, -. J. V. Mdni
B. S. "W. DROUGHT,
xiurr In kiinsn till I'liinlnii Mill,
ltli l tor. D1U.1II1I Mr,
Iclcphemc III.V'I. K N- s t I t. k s.
WINDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
H'KOMj nmt !lM UIM) nmt Tl Mn
Mlillltf it 'M.illl if Mull" It.t.li.litK,
It 4 ilk ( imnti i- mill Oftlm I Uttin ,.
locks ii It ii
Llccm- Hells iprak
lug lubes Inserted
Kev milium ,clilir
.T.t Mllilicseitu Ave.
I hi- short tlnli r
hterjUiitif? clean ami
nr.it. Ilninrmadn .'it1,
rf Open until I
o clock eich night
I.1H Mlniirnt r,
ln Cn nut unit
II I 4 i(ilH 1 1
or in ll-
i rt il.
Imp II ik, r
(inntN. I iimiIIp.
I ii l'rn
p, rllc In!)
, r i,r
I'llll liml lllinl Hip
fnrp purdi ,ltii;.
V W llU'.n.KIT.
.".Ms -Mln la Vtp.
(until, liiinor, ft'ittiirrli,
I it nt, i ttml till slilti 1).
ur. -(Mil fnp IIihiU.
I'Ii.im' in til tt in iluttriiiilt
Dr. D. M. BYE,
Citiiihtiiiitlnti (Ml ('lire,
Uuitii ( lli, Mn,
A 60 candle
S power Gas
Less than J
cunt- per hour.
Wyandotte Gas Co.
1,1. 1 Him. HustodllM
1'iiH. Hi Itlili
monil's maJorll .'Mi, Ohorl trrin) V. O
Thin! iar.!-.l I' Hoot, m. r M Simp
sou, flm, Simpson's :u,ij,,iit, is,;
1'ourth u.unl O 1! 'liottir. .1.V, A. G.
Tnlbott, Ul, 'Plotter's mujoi II v, Jo.
Plftli unl V. N' lliinn, :,i., John (tr.iv,
Si": jr. 0 lillllinm, 21. Uimil t pliuallty, ST.
Slth u aril John UailiNon. 130. D. Y.
Austin, 231, I).i hloir in ijorlty, liii.
Juitlcpq of tho pencu I'lKl district. O
JI. HUBhes, IjT, Jl irk Ciomwell. 31; Will
UttlcK, 111, 8. H. Whl-ner, 2il; J .1. lSo-s
2IJ, W II HnrnhberRcr, h'J, Hughes's pin
iallt, Hi, This does not Include the Toad-u-Loup
Heeoud district (leorffe Uetts, fl2; II. S.
Smith. (,72: lletlsi' miJorlt, 170 Third dis
trict .1 T sjlm. Mfts, C. h. r.lllllu, 170,
Sims' nujorlu, V32
School bo.iid Second ward, ltobeit
Campliell, 157. T. O Cunningham, 111,
Campbell majorlt, 4'i
Third nurd W. i: llarnlnrt, f.13, Trice
Thomas, Zi7, Charles Hihbird, :'.!, Uarn
liaift ilurallt, 2".
ConstubUs I'lift distilct, Jllller, r,l,
Ilitidle, f",, Kinney, CiO, llanllf's plurality
29", Second iIIsuIlI, TIIIlij, 57.), llardlUK,
'M, White JIU, l'ersii'on, 211; Hose, i.'.
Thlid district. JIcNannhlon, SPi. I.iukIIii,
1C2 Pi I kins. -Iim, I'ii kins' pluralltj, 119
The lollowln committeemen weie
I'll st dlsiilit. . Second distilct, J
It I'oiter, Thitd district ; Pourth
district Andeison, Tilth distilct. II 11
C'handlei. Sixth distrlit, ; Secnth
distilct, ltobeit Campbell, KlKhth dlsliiet,
A V Jlatthi'tts, Mnth district, K T
Sioder Tenth district, 1. 15. hmlth;
i:ieenth dlvtrlci Tllford n.nls, Twelfth
distilct. It 1" Clark; Thirteenth district,
A I' Tennej , fourteenth district, CSeorpe
Suase, riftepiilh ill-til, t, C. W. Itradford,
Sixteenth distilct, IJ. S Kaihart, Seven
teenth district, 11. 1' Serves; i:iRhtcunth
district. O. W Itlehards: Nineteenth dis
trtct. J. W. Uspj , Twentieth district,
, Tnent-Hrst district, Ni Ison Gar-
CliniiK, s In l'oliin Dcptiltiit ut.
The new men who weie appointed by the
police board T'lurs-ilay nlRhl qualllled and
went to oik jesterd.iy O K Sorv Iss took
chaiKe as ihler. I K I.il.md as police
udi,e and W II lluir berRe int The
lattii nssiimed chaise of No 2 station '1 he
ho.ud will hold another meetliif,- to-nlKht
Ilr Lou in in, the new police suiKinn, will
also assume his duties to-daj.
One of the Hist olticlal acis of the new
polke judae wus to ,llchuRe ai old sol
dier named .le:-se Kills, eh irscd with
belncr drunk on the street The pilsonir
told his stor and the judse, esictlnir a
piomlse from him that he would In future
urialu fiom dilnkliiK, iilt.ised him.
'Inn Cum ut Inns In-ill.
'1 he Democrats and Tnpullsls will hold
tin ir lonventlons this .iftoinoou and nom
inate a ticket foi tho spring election. It Is
almost ceit.iln that the ticket plai ed In the
Held by tlin Populists will he Indorsed bj
I he Democrats. The Populists will hold
their convention at the I'irth Street opera
house ami the Dtmoirats at DunulUK's
opcia house The Dimoci.itle rtt ceuttal
miiiilt ti will hold a. mi ctlni; ut 1 o'clot k
this artei noon at the ollh t of the chair
man J W Jenkins to deiide'upon a tc.ni
( uiirt of t'oiniiiiiu I'll as.
The i.ise of (5eor;e lib hauls aK.ilut Uen
i Tajloi was willed jesteiday In the
couit of common pleas, In fuvuir of tho
plaintiff The suit of W. O. Iluckctt
iittilnst the Ga.ctte Publishing and I'riut
iiu: Compaii) was dei Idid In favor of the
plalnillf A jud fluent was lendered for
Oil 51. The Milt was lor labor perfoimed
.Indite Aiulirroii called a Jul v panel of
elcrte-n men ami then dismissed them un
til Match 11. To-day will bo devoted to
motions and deniuueis.
Will II, p the Clt),
The bill taking 2 mills fiom the sen-
eial improvement fund and creating a light
ruud or 2 nuns win imp i.'in i u oat of n
vei bad posltljn. The lighting companies
now have contracts to fmrlsh lights to the
iltj and tho bills amount to iih.w) a jeui.
Aicordln-r to the new 1 iw the lighting com.
panics will lecelve only $15,uu0 u jeai, as It
in m Ides tlinc the expenses of that depart
ment shall not eeied tho levenuo of the
Ilabl iiu i Chi, l.n Itoost.
Sleveu lliadlsh. n farmer living about
two miles west of tills, city, reportesl to Hip
police esterda morning that tome thieves
entered his ehl'kcii hemso Thnrsela night
and stole about two don of his thorough,
AMII llxlde tho Case, 'In-elty,
Jlistlvo lletts will leudei n dee Islon to-day
III the preliminary tl 'at of Police Sergeant
Hampton, who shot and killed I.'d fagan
Money tn loan, V, A. SISirSON.
W, C Wledenniann, aged 10 years, of
Weslport, und Jllss Jlary Collins, aged
19 leais, of Johnson county, weio granted
a niariiagu license in the probato court
The Junior League of the first Congrega
tional chinch gave an excellent entertain
ment at thu church last evening, At the
close an elegant luncheon was seived by
the jouiig ladles
JIrs, Jtutli Taj lor, aged V ears, died
jesterday inoiulng at the family home,
419 North hlxth stitet, of Ihe gilp The
bodj will bo tent to Jlaru, 111., for burial.
The election commissioner will have (he
tegisiration noons opeuen at a nianeu or
the In Toad-a.l.oup this afternoon to ac.
lommodate the votcis In that place and
Ulc) stone heights.
The Union club has moved Its quarters
to Mil Jllnnesola avenue to the looms
lurmeilv used by the T S. S. Club,
i Wanted Two gentlemen boanlcrs In a
private famllj, within one block of cable;
teims, 13 50 per week. Call at Mil X, btli st,
I The Itlverslde mill at Third sHell and
Jllnneeota avenue will resume business this
morning, after being closed foi the past
Week while putting In new machluer,
Itev. II G. Jlendenhall has been suffering
with Klip, complicated with thioat tiou
ble, for the past two weeks lie will be
able to occupy his pulpit at the first
Presbyterian church uexi Sabbath uiom
ing aid evening as uiual
lln Jennie Shtley. of lult Tau.omee
avenue died last nilit of coiisumption.
The icinaius will be burled this uflernooii
undei the atisplir ut liauvjuei of Ite
bekah The Jlozatc Svinphon Club will give an
euteilalnment at the fiist l'iebtcrlau
rliuieh Tueeta) evening under Oil auspices
of ihe V, Jl t A of iln clt
Th new board of directors of Ihe Htlh
, auy hofidtal jvU meet -Uonday cyenlui
i.'.Vot; nxri!?rx?K v: I
I !, nrr V r Itoleil. C P ShlplKV I
I oiiiik Mcxiindei fuhtmnn
i.niiiiir K D Slrepter, (lorgf J Tl,
II c Parlliitlnn nnd I. .1 Iniiow
Hi T l llnncttifl venlenlnv lecelved
from Henre' Me Cornm, K, of l.nndnn tint ,
, pair of ImiHirtcd llurf Ciwhin chicken.
Mr Mii'ormaik wah ihe man Hint curried
awav fi manv prcitilutns at Ihe chicken
h ,w 1, rni the oinlr line reintlv The
moFlir whhh he wive the doctor In valued
a i :'
Thr llellpf Amo, lalliin Ind u Inrae num
ber nf ,tlri vcBtfrrlnv and the president
itnl , ,renrj wimp kepi busv giving orders
for fund and fuel In Ihe poor
I. W Drought lino completed the mill
noik of ihe new annex In the Slate t ill-vei-ltv
biilldliiK nl Dawrehcp He has
ninpletPd the mitsrlat rnr Hupp rlrculir
t,li, and the piitlern are new and cn
urelv dllTeronl n tun alilhlnK ever con
iirucled In Ihe West.
Dow McClnln loft last night for Jackson,
vlll. fin , on a lui-lne's trip
i;. Hmlth nrrlveel In the city lit nlglil
from Topiki lo spend Sunday with lilt
Iladlev has relgned his po'Illon
as manager of the Imnl Weslern I'nlon
t, Icgraph nlllcp nnd li-rt .vslcllla foi I .on
Angeles Itls famllv will Join him In revv
w,.i, Charles I. Mnltreldt, rormeilv
night operilor of the Western I'nlon Tele,
giiiph Companj. has been promoted to dii
manager, id succed Jlr. Iladle.
A number of local hoiemen hue inide
urringi'iiienls for n meeting lo be held till"
afternoon at J o'clock at Daniels Huts
Ilvniv stable, cornel of Packard and Knn
sas avenue. The object of the inis'tlng Is
to effect an orginl'itlon to be known as
the Smith Side Driving Pirk Association
U an organl7itlon Is cflected the e lt e-oiili-cll
will be aked to giant Hie association
pel mission to Improve Kansas avinue from
Jtlll stieet to Ulghteenlh street, u distance
or one mile and use It for n nice tnnk
I'lie stri'ct at this point l perfecllv level
and wit little cpense cuitlil be put In line
The nieichinls of this cllv will hereafter
not open their places of business on Sun
Jllss Nora ltobcits left Inst night foi
Newton. Km-. to attend the funetal of her
.mill, Jlis Ida Cnrr
The Woman's Home Sewing Circle w is
er pleantl entertained .vestctdav aft
ernoon b Jlis A II foul, at her home.
No. 705 Osage avenue.
The ladles of the Central Jlethodlst
church gave a M'iy pliesant social list
evening at the home of JIr. C tl I'liick
ard, at fifth and Kansas.
Mis frank Derer. of South Seventh
sttect, Is seriously III.
Jlis Kllpple, of Omaha, Is In the cltv,
the gui st of hei p irent", Jh. and Jlrs.
William Dunmlre. , ,
Cashier J It CJu irle. or the Arinourdale
bank, h is returned from Little Hock, Ark .
vvhcie he has been visiting his mother
Conclusive rensons ror the itdvauce or
Dr Price's Halting Powder nro found In
Its purlt, strength and wholesome quail-
Ill publicans flee lile til Hold n M ,s Con
Miitlim Jnl Wiik.
The Republicans of the cll decided last
evening lo hold n mass convention on
.March 9 to name a ticket toi the spring
election. A candidate toi maoi and the
councllmen aie to be chocn at that time
The Demociats will hold a convention on
Mil ill Hoi s Ii, J ,11.
f 1 1,1 iv Is usunllt ii busy ila In the Jus
tice courts In this cltv and jisteulay was
lie, exception In Tiow bridge's court 'I hree
criminal eases were disposed of. I. U.
lilchardson, ch irgeel with wife beatlng,w,is
lined Jl and costs of prosecution A Whit
ney pie idcel gulllv to a charge of petit lar
ceny and was sentenced to twentj elass In
the county J ill ami assessed the costs In
the case. The list t ml most Important
was the case of J I) Small, chargeel with
assault anil lobberj The pirticulars of the
case have been the subject of much dis
cussion from the evidence given It un
pens that .1 f Gibbous, the prosecuting
witness, owed Small n bill Gibbons filled
to make a sutlsfac toi J settlement and this
led to a eontioveisy between the two,
when. It Is claimed by Gibbons, money was
rotclbly taken from him bj Small. Sin ill
was held to the ellstrlct court under a $!00
,ouel At the request of Ills nttoruevs he
was inmmltted to Jail and proceedings will
probiblv be made lor his release on a writ
or habeas cot pus.
JIIm ellane oils.
George Cuswoith. the populai shoemaker,
will hereattei oecupy the new building one
dool west of Lucas' hardware store, on
Jlelropolltan aveniie. All work llist-class
G A Tayloi, cashli l of the Aigentlne
bank, retained J estcrila from Toledo, O
lie- Iheie negotiated the sale of the special
linpiovement bonels Issued by this cltv for
the stieet woik which Is nuvv nearly com
pleted Jlis J. It Ken) on, of I.awiene-e, Is In
the ells, intending the bedside of her
diiughtcr, Jlrs G. Jl. alkei, who Is quite
.Mis A W Hocke. formeil) of this city,
but now of St Paul, Jllnn , was cnling on
f I lends and lelatlvcs hei yenterdii)
Geoige l.oie, who had a leg brokiii re
centlj, Is i.ipldl) impinvlng
Kevlval servhes will be held at Ihe Hap
tlst chili eh in M week under the direction
ol HoV. v A HUlott, j istor of the church.
William Ho nil, of Chicago. Is the guest
of Gi-oigo Chllds, of the West end
The entertainment given last evening by
the high school pupils at .Metropolitan hnll
was a giatlf)lng stntess, both tj the nudl
ence and the high school
Jlra Jeff Cheatwood, of C'ed ir Junction.
Kns , Is In the city visiting James William
sou and family, uf the West end
Appolnlme llts b dole, nut Moirill
Topeka, Kas , March 1 (Special.) Tho
following appointments were sent to the
sinitu by Governor Jlonlll this after
noon Iloaid of legentH of stato normal school
S 11 Dodge, Jlltchell county, to succeed
himself; M. 1. Knappenberger, Jewell coun
ts, vice Nelson Case, Jacob S. Wlnans, Ot
tawa county, vh'e 11 D Dickson
Direclots ,.t the peniieniiary uoiru J.vv.
ncUert, of Cm Icy count), vice T JI, J litt
ler, teim expired.
GIVEN UPALL HOPE
Eczenm, Tiiinlni; to lilood Poison,
Treated liySpccluIlstsfcev en. Ilontlis
IV Ithou t Ouo I'm tlelo of Success.
BODY RUNNING SORES.
Condition Terrlldo, 1,1 fe a JJunlcn.
Unilb to liiisliicss. Cure l'eriiuinent.
In His spring nf 1JI I took that elrradful skin
disease, Lczeiaa, which turiicd Into bluod nnlion.
1 consulted tin) best known specialists In this
seven muntlis but I norer
derlviicl u particle of
coeiil from an) ut them.
1 1 1 e ui gllillit up ss
a IiojoIlss cure, I was
coined with sores I rem
head to foul; 1 lud run
iilu' tares nil over me,
boms ol iheui as lirge us
It Hilt luit hllllille'iU of
ilulljrs with these so-
, illil ,ij.ilill.,u Mi
.XafiX WR condition vr,-j tinllle,
f ' t-fv.lClW I"" wi.s ulriiost a baieleii
'"ifciJVXffltA,! J elrliik. or sleeu. I u
I tried all medicines imaginable, until a friend
who had got relief advised me to tr Cmu'iu
ltriuiuui. I sent out und got them, and whou
1 took tho first doso nf our I't lie uka IUj-ou
tcm 1 felt u link, letter; with ihtee boses of
)ur most valu.iblot'i in ni v and one bottle nl
Cuiici itv ItcsoMCxT I was a ue,v man. In
three das I vras up walking mound aud alteud
iiigtn my business, and It Utliu Ct ncnuond
Ccnci'iti ItcsoiVExr that saved me fiom tho
jansofdeiih, This Is two Jiars ago. tvrsnted
tosee it iclwlbicu driven out ui my )teiu,
and I can say 1 hav u nev i r had snv iruuhlesluie
forlwoscars ilto P. JHtlfillT.
VJJS Peiiu, Ave., I'ltt.buiuU, fa.
gold tlniii;b(,ui tlio vroilJ. 1'rUt. Ccncuiii,
(Ov , Beui-, He.; liUMLeitX, i. Porrcn Daij
ih'ij Cueu Corn-, bull, I'lvpitctors, 11 Jtuo.
i-"Uu tvtuicbldn Diseases," uislled free.
QIMl'l I";, t,Lilh.ail. r.d, iuu nl., ili4i'ird,ttil
p 111 oil)' ssuiiurid l) i liuil.e aou;
NerVOtlS Distantly relieved by a Cull
cur 'lasler( becius it i.
MuSCUlilP tsliies tie ntm forces and
hence cures uervon, palos,
Weakness mt-kuui mi $uupatii,
A New Discovery by the Shakers
for inole limn n lumdicd ve-its thu
Jtounl Lebanon Shakers have slu lint the
iiiltlvntlon of medicinal plants and sought
to exlrnet from them llielr lietllng e
snicps. Their Inlsir lias not been spent In
lain Tiny have made a dlsnivrrv that
will prove n blessing to mankind It con
sists uf n cordial ilint cause's Immediate
relief m cases of Itnllgesllon The hnpoit
iinip of lhl dlrivcl) will be npparent
when we teallre Hint nearl) nine IpiiIIis of
all our snrferlng" nre entised li dspepU
or India, sllon. Nearly everv person )oil
meet has this digestive liouble In some of
lis varied forms sick In nilnclir, dlstrcs
after eating, pain nnd fullness In Ihe chest
after nnllng, palpitation of the heurt, etc,
are but njiuptnin of Imllgpstloii To re
lieve these mifftiingn has been the study of
the Shakers, nnd they have succeeded
I'he reason the Shakei Digestive Cordial
has such iln Imiiieilhlle and sahilary effiet
Is that II iiiiises the food eaten to be di
gested, lor It Is iindlgesti-d food that
cniiscjV the distress. The Cordial e aiises tho
food to be digest! d before there Is Hmu for
It lo fetment nnd sour on the stomach
When the rood Is so lllgested It gives
slietiglh anil vigor tn the feeble body,
nnkes one reel bright und rheeifnl and
makes one gain In lleh
The Digestive Cordial Is so prompt In Its
nctlon tint the very llrst elose will hnve a
perceptibly favorable r, suit. It gives Im
mesllate relit f.
In order to move th s statement small
trial bottles have b en placed 111 diug
glsts' hands, which cm be obtained rui
ten cents e.ieh This trial bottle will have
, decldeillv beiiellclal etTeet nnd will satis
fv aiDolie that the Coidlal Is ad ipted to
Ids ease Aftei a trial give praise to the
Shakers of .Mount Lebanon, Jen York
AN ORDER TO BRING SUIT.
TTOItVi;V lll'.MHIW. OI.M'l IIOV I s
agai"i itAli.no vi) i out' v.s.
Determined tie fiirie the, ( liiirtaer Hull-
rind llllli III. ti, C.l.ci Hip llrileis of
the He p irltlicnt lis tn
Hlght of V it.
Washliigion, Jlaich 1. (npeclal ) ttornev
Genet. il Olne) took the decisive step In the
Choctaw rallwa) rlglit-of-wav trouble In
Pottawatomie county, O T lie Issued an
oidei to L'nlted States Auornej Hiookes,
of (Jklahoma, to bring suit against the
compiny, lestralnlng 11 rrom construe ting
lis load on rlght-of-wa) that hid not
been approved b the secretarj or Ihe In
terloi. The suit will be btemght be rore Jus
tice Scott, and undei the order fiom the
department reciting the law In the case
Involving the rlght-of-was grant, thine Is
little deiubt but the oidei will be Issued
verj pioinptly, iccordlng to the direction
or the attome) geiietal.
This light h is been on hajid for some
month, the matter coming up b reason
of the rail that the compiny desired to
tun the road noith oT the Can id I. in rlv el
and six mil, s to tin- north of the count)
seat (Tn unist'li) and touch the town or
Shawnee This Is known as the Klckapoo
route, as Ii takes 'the loid tl rough the
Klckapoo i est rvatlon. The sP, rotary of
the lnterloi under presentations of the
case by the people or Tecumsrh as repte
sentcd b e United States Attorney Hoi
aco Speed, of Oklnhomn, concluded th it
the road should be compelled to take In
the count) s,.it town b) w iy ut avoiding
townslte uoiibl, s and Count) se it wars In
the near future According!), the secictar)
of the Interior me time ago disapproveel
the Klekip'oo unite and idvlsed the coin
pan) 's olllcl lis tint If they would mn the
10 id along the south side of the river
within two miles of the town lit Tcuuinseli
he would nppiovi that route. This was
arter bond had been given bv the people
of Tecumseh to furnish to the conipau) the
rlght-of-w.i) along the loutes suggested
bj tho secietar) of the Intel lor
When this ileil-im had been announced
b) the seeretai) of the Interior the or
tlelaN of the compaii) concluded that the)
would construct the lint accoidlng to the
Klckapoo route and give no attention to
the fact that the) were- opposed In this
by the seeietar) of tin- Interior, who would
not approve the route With this the
light was ti.msierred troin the depart
ment of the Intel lor to the ikpaitinent
of justice Ihe attorneys or the company
have been Insisting lo the attorney gen
eral that he should not Interfere in the
matter, nnd In the tmantlnu- the work of
grading foi the road along the Klckapoo
route has been about lompleteel. This was
rushed along with the hope that the road
could be lomplcted befoie the attorney
general would t ike action, oi at least
when It was completed that the trouble
would be einliil Hut H appeals th it the
attoine) gciieial uaihid u conclusion to
il i) whb h will fuue tin compaii) to aban
don woik along the Klikapno loute and
await lo have some loute approved by
the seiiitaiv of the Intnloi betoiu It can
resume work In other vvoitls, It is In
tended 1 1) the attorn, j geneial to prevent
the compiny from onstructlng a line
along an) loute not approved by the seeie
tai of the Intel lot meoiellng to the pro
visions of the rlght-or-wa) bill In favor
or the compaii)
It has also been determined by the nt
toine) general to bilng further action
against the companj III Ihe event It Is
pioposed b the olllelnls of the tame to
continue thu plan of putting down track
on the Klckipou route U l claimed that
the olllelnls of the company, some of them,
have pi iced In Jeopard) the eh.utei of the
company by nppo-lrir d, p irtmcntal ordir
and In othci inattus, and In the event liti
gation Is to bo Indulged In vet) exteuslve
1). action will nl-o be brought by the at
turnej general against tliu (oiupaus to for
feit Its charter.
Jlr Speed, who has been hero some lime
looking after the mattei In the Interests of
the people of Tecumseh leaves for tho
West to-night to take pait In carrs ng out
Hie plan of the department anil following
.Millions of consuiueis unite in trnllfjln
the eompU'let sitlsfactlon given by Di.
Price's Cieam Halting Powder
BRIEF ITEMSBY WIRE.
Lincoln, Neb, Jlarch 1 Governor llol
comb Is seriously 111 with la grippe. It was
not thought serious at llrst, but .Mrs Hoi
comb was telegraphed for last night
New Voilt, Jlarch 1 Anton Seldel, who
was obliged by sickness to latum to New
York from a lour with his orchestra, is
not seiloiisl) 111 A severe, eold developed
Into grippe and to-d iy he Is confined to
Omaha, Mrch 1 -A special to the Ilea
from Platlstuouth. Neb, nas Jinny I1IU,
tho inmderer of .Matthew Akesou, u Cass
count v fanner, wns hanged this morning
ut 9 (si o'clock His neik was broken b)
Sllvei Cliff, Col, Jlarch J. The (le)sei
Compan) has struck anotlur rich stieak
of oi o at the 2iK fool level. It runs fioni
HUM) to .'U.iol iiiiines sllvei to the toll, Tho
last shipment lo the smelter consisted of
loo ions high grade oie toiitnluing i,uld,
sllvei und eoppei
New Yoik, Jlarch I The board of vvulk
llig delegate" Ibis Illuming called out be
tween r"iii and ouo men who were nt woik
on the Jlottl saov annex, the mansion of
Jlllllonalii" C, T erkes, and the new As.
lor mansion Thu strike Is In ssmpaths
vltli Hut of the electrical woikeis.
Omaha, N'1'. Jlau'h 1 A special to tho
Hee fiom Jloldiedge. Neb., sas's; The
Iloldicdge National bank failed to open
Its doors this morning and the comptiolkr
of the ciiireney has been notified to tuku
chatge. The bank has a capital stock of
liO.mXi No statement of usset-s and II ibll
Itles has been Issued
New York, Jlarch 1 Pink l.je, lhat dis
ease that mauitt-sts Itself In the eses, and
whose effects are fell lu debility of the
whole body has again made Its appeaiame
lu New .oik Tlicieaie neuils u donn
cases of 11 111 Ihe bLn.1. bounded b Jladl
sou and fuiiith avenues, -,TvVerit-fs,urth
and Tweftty-iltih struts
Welch. W Ya, Jiaich I At the DUle
saloon at Kimball, on the Norfolk &. W4t
ern load, lust i ight. a gans; uf diunkeii
men and uoiueii i,ot Into a lltlit and V)
shots weio Hie I foul iei'ions were wound
ed and I'unk Jlailou killed The bshis
In the saloon vvtie shot (,ut und the pla V
wus pi mile all) dernollsijed
To let a eold have its (iwn w!iv Is to a. ' ra tor lairoiuoi 1. mo., uiier a pieusani
slst lu lasuig the Coundilon olltonsiinip v , t with the. Camlls' of J T Anderson ,
lion To cure Ihe inos'jj,iiii,boiil. nigu or JHs, 'lasltu t of Wistpu. Ja . was the.
cold, ou htvt onls t.'-Vjutit--Si Utt 'jM of Jlis t A. Uoblnsor. sminlsv. I
Jjynes' -jpuigranu JMfejli A) ajja. John Ui 'faiiojc iejj, iisjsiX. iJtJ
Hi. lib nf ilnliii s. I.iimiIIi, Mini Mil" for
Vliiuv y,:,rsn Priitiilui tit It, -.blent
if Ibis I Itv.
John S Luiidls a prominent and wldetv
known rlllreii nf Indepi ndcln e , dlnl 1 hlirs-
dnv night nl the lesldclne nf his daughter,
Mis. J .1 Owens, cm N'nilh r-pilng street.
for Hi" past three months he has been
eoiilllied lo Ids home Mom n i umpllcnllon
nf dl"iasi, w hi, h llliall) tesilud In pue'U-
5 r v nj, rrrv.-: s
mm r -j- .. kut i .j
r '?1 B?'T.tA
f-LA 1 1
JOHN' S I. W'DIS
moid i whb Ii eituseil Ids di ith The de
ceased has In en a tisideiit of Independeiico
foi- the past liris-roui ),ais, und wns one
of the' olibst ti ld, nts nf Ihe place Jlr.
Liiudls , nine to Independence when the
pi, sun town was a snuggling village It
was in the mil or Ixki when In locnled here,
and being a in in of t otisldeiublii business
clingy und tint, nl inn i' built up u lucra
tive tunic In the SHddleiv and bin in ss bus
iness He opened a stum on Ihe south spin
or the squirt, und mannructuud siddlis
und Jiariuss foi the Southwist oi Smitn
1'e Hade Hi wus uiiiung the Hist suldleis
to mniiuracture the Mexb an siddle foi the
Alneilinn tiaile. and In his especial line of
business was known nil over llui West
DuihiB his caieii as a business in ill .Ml.
Lainlls succeeded lii making t oiisldt rablo
ol u routine, and was tonsldtreil In be one
of the well-to-do , Wrens of Ihe cltv llv
Intimate ri I, nils und m qilalntam is h" was
culled "I in le Nat" I'he eh e ani d was a
man of siiuug i mivli lions and uf sterling
worth In public and prlvut, lite
Juhii S L.iiiilis was burn In Hrowiisvllle,
I Pa. In lMt 'Ihe uirllci manhood of tho
di leased was spent in nis nuiive cow n
rmtll emlgiatlnn iipeneil up to 111,' Wist
wiinl. and he liilind his ioituiie with oth
eis in the West lie imlgialiil tu Mis-nun
lu K.i, ami i enitliiui'd In u-sldc at liule
pi nde nee. wlih tin e i cptlou uf u bill f pe
i tod Soon unci his mrlval 111 Indcpcnil
euiti he was mirrbd lo a Miss And The
union was bl ssed with siuiul elilldien
Hut olllv two lived tn be ginwll Jlrs
Ihnmii I'louiiinv and .Mis I. J Oweii'
Duiiiig all ihe yi.iis or Ids lire he was a
i iiiiseleiHIons mcmb.'i of tho Catholic
eliiiuh boiit live j eats ago bis wire dlnl
The runcial will take plain this morning
at 10 o'eluik fium St JIars's i hint h.
I iiks II lie und lie ut).
Joseph Smith, who Is the aclinoyy kdged
bend or the Lalte r Day Saints' chiiri h, was
In the c Itv ycstcrdis, tin, cm si or Ids "on.
In-law. Dr MiCalliiui of l.ngle,.ond The
pioplut and "in or the chinch was elite 1 1
fiom Linionl Jn , and olds spent a few
houis with friends and chnuli people In
this ,11) fldei Smith Is qultn advanced
lu age, vet .iltt lids to his clime h duties
with Ihc'al icilts of a nun many ecus his
Junior Ills visit to Independence, jestei
elivjivuis of no 1'spei lal slgiillle .nice and
was illative lo the t, mple lot case, whlill
Is now pending In the 1 nlted Slates eouits
al St Louis from Ind, penile in e tho
pioplut will go to Southwest Jllssouil,
wheie he will look iftti cliuuh mittirs
stole , It ii le 1 tit I lillll.
Const. ible Sti phen Nidand arrcsied ,11
lini fisher ,st, nil) lor st, illng Hour
from a en in ir the Wagoner .v. liafs
mill on 'IhursiHy night The cat was left
open foi .i piss.in, was between tin mill
ind elevatoi fish, r entered and vers ileit
is rolled out a bairel lor his own rsonul
is, II,. then lollid the Inru I to a e'on
vuilcnt place and went home for a wheel
binow to larllltite the earning away of
the Horn One of flshci s friend" give up
the stcret .mil Constable No! mil found the
Hour In f Mill's house The Hour w is ie
tuineel and Plsh.r went to Jill, aftei ac
knowledging his millt to the- tillli i r.
A 'l'e null social.
Unique Invitations were e l nd, ,1 by
Willi im Mills to i utimliei or his friends
to attend a "pianut ot lal " Thui-dav
night at his home on i: ist K insas Mitel
The guests piiscnt entered Into a llvels
hunt for hidden peanuts, with tin result
that Mi Oi vllle James won the llrst prize-,
and Jllss P.innlo Mills the 'boobs" souv
enir Those presnet wen Jli Orvllle
James and wife, A I. Newton nnd wife,
Jlr and Mrs A D White. J C Jloxon
and wife. Htese Wells of K insas City ,.V.il
Mills, frank aud Aithur -Mills, W II mils,
W N Itoblnsou and Jllss f.innle Mills
Will (osi p-tvaon,
V. meeting of the otllcers of the It ipttst
chunh wis lit Id Thuisd.iy night foi the
purpose ot toi tiling an tstlm itc of the cost
of the pioposeel thurch building Alter a
thorough ex.milinilon of the plans t was
estimated lhat the cost ol the juopj-, d
building would bi $) '0U This amount will
be i.',5uJ abovii the Insuiaine ret i Iv "I lumi
the distinction of the old edlllce The
wass and means eonimittie wen Instru ted
to devise tin ans to rilsc the desired
amount A eontfvt was let ror tin "li'i
roof to Hill A. Jlattin, an Independent e
II rm ,
I tl lie r 1 1 e,f Mis. I 11 , In til - llupsoil,
The funeral of Jlis Ullj-ubith Sampson
look plan scsterdis moiulng fium the
home on the east side of the sqinie Theie
was a large alleiidance of frli lids and nc
qu lint. mi es from home und abroid The
fiiuei.il w is conducted with the Jewish
rites, by Itabbl Schulmm. of Kansas Cits
Tho remains wen Intern ! in the clt) cein
eteis 'ihe pallbi.uers wele .loeph W.
Jlurcer, .1 D Diinliardt. Peter Dick. J. D
Wool, Albeit lllntirs, John A JIcCov,
.Michael Iliads aud Jlauili e l'e Iser
N, v Cm por , lions,
Jncoipoiation pupera wete lllnl yesterday
bs Jl. It Wright -v. Son, with a caplt il
stock ot $l,fjO. Mr Wright nib Connelly
a well known merchant of this cits, and
Ills sou, who Is u member of ihe compuis,
has been iug.ii.id III the meieliant talloi
Ing business In this clt) lor a number or
seals. Tin- new i oipor.itlon will engage lu
business in Kansas Cits
The Geins. u Stuet ljulldlng Company
has also ill, d papcis of in, oiporiilon. Tim
capital sunk Is S!2ii,("i. Tho loinpms will
do a geneial building business
IS, piililll.lll I ily I Olilloiltie lo Vie , I,
A meeting or thu llepublleaii rlty e om
mltteu bus been called lor Monday night
and il Is uqiiislul that ull meiuhers of
thu (nmiulltee bo piestnt The mee Hug
bus been called fur tho purpose of fixing
u il Ho for thu holding of pilmurics lu tho
vullous wauls of theeit). Delcgatts to tho
nominating convention will also bo uppoi
tloned, and such othci inntieis will In, ills,
posed of us inuj claim tho attention of tint
lominlttt'i' T'ho meeting will bo held In
thu Chilsmuu-SaiYser bulldlng
I oiiiilv onlii rs Ite puil.
Count) Tu-asuier John Capello ruelvedu
nuinbei of itporls nom count) olhcers
sesteuia), showing tho miioiiut of money
turned bs their lesputlve oillccs iluilng
thu nionlli ot J'e lunar). The- repents wtree
ace-ompinleil b) tho cash Hcunde r t'uial
tinned In St. Ml. '.'",; John II. Thouisoii cleik
of lint iilmlual couil, tinned lu J.eoCO,
Count) CIcikT T CilH.uili'ii gavti il ehttk
fur $injUHJ. I'lii'tilt Clerk Sloiiestuft
turned III tAilltel.
V Ne w Wttkls I'ape r.
A new wpikly paper inadn Its uppearnnce
on Ihe stitets of Hide pe'lidciicn scsttidis.
It Is i ailed iho Jackson Counts' Tribune,
and Is said tu bo uu Independent papo po
lltlcalls Tho jiaper Is owtud and operated
bs Jiidepciidtnct) cllUcns, who expect to
luukt- It one of the pewuulicut Institutions
of Iho clt),
Mtse clla, icons.
John Justls and Jllss Jlary A, Hheiwoud
weie married yesterday by l.lder Hracken
bur) uf the l.attei Da) Saints chinch
A pound social will be given Tuesday
nit. tit next ut thu lesldeiicc of Jlrs Pcid
llelrf, uii Nurth Lltvits street.
The funtlal uf Jlis. Chailes CuniiUlialil
look pi ice jrsterdas afternoon fiom Ihe
residciie lu Udell park Kev A Cairull
All John t'owll and Jllss Lulu LonK
of Kaiuas Ciiy. vver the guests of r J,
and C K JI l.lro sesterday.
Dr. Q C faheles left last night Cor Aie-
li e. HI, when? lie was tailed on profes
, mat business
The llaptlst Young Peuplt-'s I'nlon held
i a meeting last night lu their church rooms
.Mrs. sjmiin aim son. vviiiiam, lelt s ester-
r i :sa
AN ALOMAR CURED.
Dr. Greene's Ncrviira b the Best tt,ul Surest Spring
Medicine. Air. Crouch and iVUor .1. C. Cicrc, in
the Daily Hampshire fiiizctte, ,"-ive This Wonder
ful Remedy a Cilowinjr; Tribute.
The edtlorlal columns of tho Northainp
ton (Mass) Dalls llampshlie (t 17,'lta or
Dec 2sth. give the partliiilais of the re
markable cure bs Dr Gieetie's Ni 1 v uni
blood and neivo leiuedy, oC Aldirm.m
diaries S Crouch, one of Not th.imploti's
ablest and l st known statesmen.
IMitot J C. Geic, of this leading news
paper, personally Invcstlgutid ihe facts of
this wonderful cure, and his wide Is- lead
editorial states the ilct ills ot the tine e
netls as they oecuiitil, hiving lion Mr
Crouch's own words
following Is the eilllorlil In full
I.iurnlng that 11 gie.it cuie had been ef
fected III Alderman Ch is S Crouch, of
Neiithumptou, .Mass, bj ill. Grcctio's N,
vuri blood umi liirve- leniedv, a icpoitei
took occasion to call 011 Jli Ciouch and
talk with him about It. and among the
thciusaiiel 01 testimonials given lo this
vvoild icnowned niedlclno none will be
moio wldils lead 01 give- gieatei weight
than this one touting from so noted a nun
as Aide 1 ill ill Ciouch
Jlr Ciouch Is one of the plain, old fisli
loneel kind of mill, outspoken, and ulvvass
menus just what ho says In convtisa
tlon with Jli C10111 h, lie ild
"Last spring I 1II1I not lot I In ins usual
health, lelt as tiled In the morning as when
I retited. had no energy nui ambition to
go about .1 ibis's woik, no nppetlto with
which to 11 gain stiengtli und uiugy in
this condition I vvoiLcd along 110m vveik
to week, thinking tint aftei a while mat
ters would right themselves and 1 would
feel like myself ngaln. Hut to Ihe contiu
ry, 1 giew worse
"Knowing Hut Dr Greene's .Very urn was
not a patent medli Ine, but 11 medicine put
up rioin a piistilptlon cllscoven',1 bs tin
doctor in his private pr.it tlce 1 resolved to
tty It. Tin- (list bottle helped me so much
tli it I purchased nuothti one, and even a
thlid bottle, when, to ins Bieat Jov , t
found myself us well as ,vt-i I was in mv
life, and fuitheniioii', hive rem line d so"
In further conveisatlou he s ild
"Dr Gieeuo'H Neivui.i Is .1 gitat m dl-ein-
Theio is no humbug about It' It vv ih
Joplln. JIo . after 1 brief vllt with rela
tives In this 1 Itv
A series of revival meclnhs will 1 onl
ine 11(1 In this cits to-morrow night at the
I'hrlstl in llllllill The eniictings will lit
conducted bs Itiy Nuitb, utt, an evangel
ist Miss Kltlb Owslcs entut lined a number
of Minds Thuis.lv night .11 Ii. r horn, on
South Main stieet G mus and unuisi litems
ol various kinds cut, 11 iim d ih, guests
until .1 lite hcuii During ihe evening re
frishinents were strvni
lesst- Ciump will have to-tl.i) for ll.in
ulbil, Mo., when, he will attend the nu
1111.1I 1 nui lav t or the Knights or Jlnc ibeea
Jlr. Clump will upicsent tin lud. pen Icue.
Jtev Mauley llieaker left last night for
Glasgow. Jlo , vvliti.' he will , uiiduci a
servhc Suml.iv muiulng ind r veiling
Jlis Ala is lit my Is at Li-xlugion, Jlo,
the guest ol n lends und ulitlves.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
UOIIUItl' llfltll.t. Aflltl Ml. II I (IK I III.
All'ACIe l Mils. I.l I sen.
P.etrleU Clin 11 Old s, ,,, 1, siuiilertil
und Itolibeil soi, it, liiiileu( lu - t ,,r-
lug I). 11101 ralie Cauilldati s Ml.e . I-
laueous He, us und 1'iuoiiil.
ltobeit lleilcl was jchleula aiusteel by
Ollleers Jluiplis and Sutton on a wariant
sworn out by frank Kaiiopf, a btothui of
Jlrs. August l.iuisih, who wns nisnter
loust) assaulted some da)s ago
Ilertel was lain n bclore .tusllcc Jlond
and pleaded not guilts and was retained
to Jail mult r JIu.Oih) bond. His trial was
set lui Jl.iieh !' The ulllifrs say tin;
woman was aseaitlteel and hid not .11.
tempted lui own life, us was at llrst sup
posed. The wounds in her head were made
lis some liaid liutiumem.
The oHIeets think liny hive the guilt
'Ihe Illlltt, lines a Iteggiii.
Tho Dempi'iattc tits tentril lominittiu
meet ut the National hotel 'lluilsdas .Unht
Tin) imply honuis fiuui masor 10 1 un
stable,, wile piaillcalls bc.-tfiiij nun lo
iifupl and ufus-il was nut uu evus lui. 1
ACler ihe town was eanvassed ean fulls
Cur a siiliable man 10 iil.ee e in uuialuiiilon
foi masor, iJ'b leliislng, the tuiuuiittee
decibel 10 plaie the buitlt-u upon the
shuuldeis uf Jl I. Iliikc-i and He Ills
hands with an ami gambling and pin
hlblllon plaifonn lis this methol the
eneiulrs of Ml. Ilaekvi jiioposu lu kill I1I111
Muule-i of Patrick l.lliiu.
I'atilck Gllun was foully mutdcicd bs
footpads at a late horn Thutsdas night ut
the Junction of the pike and Sama l'e
railroad track, Ills budy was disiuveied
bs Conductor Silvtis ui the motoi line,
who leporled it to tl" home uuthorltiles
The- bade UJ, tukrll 10 the home I110IUU
The man was struck Hum behind ulUi a
M1 wixmmM)Wmt !
Highest of all in I-eavcning Power. Latest U, S. Gov't Repott
cius s. tu
mad,, to nut-, and It does epic' No on
netd be afraid to uso It."
Dae by das he ptulses this wonderful
mt'dlilnii to his friends and neighbors, as
the out! sun- was to legulii Iheli health.
Ills wife, also, unl Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and 111 ivo letneilv to great ntlvan
tage, and like her husband, has been cured
and now injovs her old-time health
Jli Cioiiih has alwavs been 1111 actlvf
man In town and cltv affairs ju old town
inciting thus ho wns nlwass on hand to
Inlp with Ids iloquinl oiutoij the pressing
netds of the nine, nnd since Northampton
has bun u cits he has served for several
suns in Its gov et nmt ut, nnd at tho lut
tie, linn ht lecelved the largest oto lor
aldum in In- evil had Ho Is 11 contractor,
and eliirlng tin- past few )iars has built
Mime or the lliust houses In the cllv
Until Jh and Mrs. Crouch give Dr.
(In-, no the pialsc or giving them a meell
clne thai will euro and ket . them well
Th,- woul or this wldel) known city gov
ernment olllclal, Aldcininii Crouch should
have- the most convincing weight with thr
Piiblle. bill when w, have- ndded to this th
lot Hint the North imptoii Dallv 1 limit
shire Guttle, a newspanr or the hlghe
stuiiellng, vouches tdlloilallv for tho trt,
of tveis wold, and Its editor states t T,"n
hu has pel son ills Investigated nil the f ,)m
of the iiunvelous 1 ure, Hiere ehould b)i) am
btsltatlon by the piopb, 10 use this jlt(lr.
medical discovers, this wonderful cu .. ,
dlst-as.- Di Giepne's Nir-urn blood and
lieive nnieds It Is h. fm 1 nu longer lo bo
iloiilited that th!" lemcd) cults Hut It
nukes those who use It strong and well
that It is the sutcst and most u-rtnln cuit,
foi disease known ut the prt sent das
Il Is the ye iv best of all spring menu lues
ami should be taken now bs nil who ai
wt 11k, in 1 vous and run down, to stiengthen
the ntms and inylgoian the blood
It Is not 11 intent medlclm but the pi.
scrlptlou ot the most sucecsstul living spe
clillst In curing nervous and chionb ills
cases Di ore one, of 2, Wt st llth bt New
Yoik cltv He has the- bllgest pin. lice In
the world and this gland nu Ileal ill 1
toveiy Is the lesult of his vust 1 xiierienc,
The guat reputation of Di eTree ue is 11
guai. nut o tint this medicine will 1 me mil
the fact that ho can be consulted bs ins
one .it unv time rue of ch.ugt peison
alls 01 bs letiei, gives absolute assurance,
ol tin- b1ntllcl.1l 111 Hon of this wonicrfnl
c.iuplliig pin. which crushed tin skull and
Hie lu, ,1ns piotrutled
'I hi nbjtct w.es lobbcrv as the pockets
of the unroi lunate man vino turned In
side out and his wat Ii was missing
The deceased was a steulv, Industrious!
m in and hid bet n a mcinbti 01 ih- home
for st vei.il sears.
Hull I, state Irinsfers.
The following trinsrers of real estate ar
reportetl bv Geotgt II Jlsde, abstracter
loom 2S, Jtsan building
Ileilha f tniin sslg to lohn JI La'ng
lots 2J and 21, bloi k C Letvenworlh cny
John .1 lluulman lo Alois Kirmaver;
lot JO, block 27, Leavenworth cits propei,
t Nit hulls Alessl to V V Slscoe. the north
west half of the southwest quarter of
section li, township 1.', range 2.', JO', i.ref
H.H . ,
Harry A Cox to Illlnin Chames Hub
bud wist luir or the northwest quarter
or seitlon 23, township 11, range 22 $l,til
ilatrs A Co to miiiiiM I' Hnhcock
east hair or the northwest eiu.eitei ot sd
tl.,11 -"', township 11. tutise ;.', l,ui
.111-1 t II III. Oils.
S II Jli Uroy broke twents-two mill
Pits out of a possible twents-llvo at tho
last gun dub practice.
J. inns Irvine's bun was burned ut an
1 ills hum iiit nil) morning. A horse
and a ow perish, d In the llimes Th"
Haines spie.id to his lioue, badly dam
iglng It. si ltli tin- 'ontents The tire ,ls
I'll Uncut nude the tun, but from tin
llstiiiice Interv e-nltirf but Lille could bt
done but to save adjoining buildings
Hen Jl Tanner has soil his Jllaml
stieet hoiin- 10 lluirv Ot Ischl iger who
will teui the buildings down and erect a
Ii iimKoiiip new ilwt-llui.r llnull the site
1 W. G Math ax was leport, 1 10 be, in it
dSlug coinllilon sest'idas He was taken
1 suddenly III He Is In his iltb s'ear and
'cannot long suivlve
Dt n Tuslo steadily Improves nnd
his peruunent reovny Is now expected
1 The Continental hotel will ho leased m
Jlesr Nelson and JIcGr.uv, and by theni
1 operated as a ilrst-class house Negotla-
1 tlons aie iiovv pending
1 'Die flO.Ots) damtge suit ot Smith vs
.TiilltKl: for the loss of a linger while at
'woik loi the defendant has been compro
mise 1 out of court
Mis D A JlcJCIbben will give an eliih
mate icuptini to-day In honor of Jlrs.
Ui istus Miitlh of Kansas Cllv, Sin Jllss
Lillian will also tuleitaln the Hungry
St vt 11 and the Six Old .Maiden Clubs In
the evening ...
'1 bonus Whin-, of tins prescription de
partment of Ihe Horn Iveelcy Club, goes
110 Nebt.iska to-da, on a leu das' Cur
The veteiuiH are letuiulng from tuo I
, union al Lawieine 1 lit y repoit a grei
I tints then-, ...
A Primrose-, of liaiiacks H. has take
.1 nliiets diss' furlough, which he w
I spend lu Hits cits
'Ihe funeiul of Jllss Cathryn O'Kccf
1 was liihtdy intended s.'slerdds-.
seil ,11, llrgaules 11 Ho ud of Trade,
I Stdalla, Jlo, Jlarch l.-(SpeclaD At h
nic-etlug of business men hern this after
' noon, a peimaneiit boaid of Hade was
organized J II. llothwell was elected
.pies! lent, f W Stevuis, vice presldeni;
lit II (Has setretary, and JY. II. I'ovvell,
'in s n 1 0r lis) meiube-is wero en-
oil I in lu Uu - th'- most prominent and
' 'iitlueiit al l us of Sedalla.
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