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Till- KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1895.
OPPORTUNITY OP A LIFETIME!
To Secure a Nice .Residence Lofc in a Beautiful Section of the City, and in a First-class Neighborhood, at Your Own Price.
Tho abovo applies to an AUCTION SALE of 95 Lots to begin on the grounds a week from to-morrowyMonday, April Sth, and continue till all aro sold.
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Mollior Place lies west of Hyde Park and Roanoke, between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-ninth Streets, on the Mellier Place Electric Lino, within 25
minutes' ride of the Postofllce, three hundred feet above tho river, possesses a grand view of the city, both rivers and surrounding country, approachable by
paved streets with easy grades. jtow adorned with some beautiful homes of modern architecture. City water, streets lighted, good schools, graded streest,
sidewalks, etc. Complete abstract showing perfect title. Sale absolute, without reserve or by bidding. Remember the time Monday, April Sth. Agent on
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WON BY TWO LENGTHS.
i in v-: i-n i ii m m.vvai, oi 'i m: r.v
jiots i:m.i,isii hohimi ui:m,
J he Oifurd Crew tool tlio I f ml at tho
Mart mid 'Mutinied In Untiling It I
in tho 1 ItiMi sporting
eH .tlltl l(if.lp. i
I'utne), March SO. Oxford won tho flfty
eeventh boat race to-day between the
crews representing the Universlt) of Ox
ford and Cambridge, crossing the lino two
The morning was gloomy and cold, but
this did not prevent crowds of people from
wending ihcli way to 1'utiiej In order to
watch the llnal pucllue of the crewn. Dur
lnc thL moiiunR both the Oxford and tho
Cambridge botU practiced starting for
about u quarter of an hour. Ttaln roll at
Internals throughout the mainlnir and a
istrunt; southwest wind wns blowing, but
, the banks of the river Thames were crowd
ed at uu car.y Jiour.
At i p. in the t'unibrldiju coxswain went
OV.T the luutse aguin 111 a steam launch.
Uappllj the wind modtiulit gri ally dur.
Inn the ofurnoon und at i So p. in. w is
-i ltiiht and water was almost smooth.
The press and the u input's bouts tool; up
thelr-potltlons when the hour for the race
approaihul and the were shortly fol
lowed by the news.
Oxford won the toss and chose the Sur
rcj side (fir the riM r. The s ene on tho
Thames wak as animated as usual and un
til Ihe course was bared Ihe rivet wai
alii, with eraft of all Kinds. The "boats
or the two tuws were besieged by their
admirers earl. n the day and boih Ox
ford and I'umbrldne were loudly cheeered
ns they launched their boats Tho bettlnc
Just pievlous tu Uie start was unthuiKed
from that of lasl nlBht. when the odds
weru D to ; on Oxford The eiiws started
at -l OS i. m and oxfqrd soon had u lead
of htlf a length .
At CHjper s boathouse Oxford held h(r
lead, bjl at I'ruven Collude, less thill
three-quaiters of a, itiltc Hum the start,
Oxfoul was only a ituartii uf u ItnKth
nhead and tt Wuldens the uirlv blue boat
had not luereatrd this lead.
At llammersinllh bridh'e, u little over one
nint thue-ruurth miles from the start, Ox
ford had lueieused the kuil to half a
lentil and was vrtdi nlnu the map. At
Ttiuin-ioH'-, about Oint mlks frum the
start. Oxford wus .1 length and a quarter
uht-ul and at the Oivonshlru meadows tho
dull, blue boat was liadlnK by two lengths,
Oxford, at Jinrnf. Iridue, slightly over
ihrie and a half miles from tho start, held
the had uf to Kngtljs and eventually
won by that distant e,
oxford started ut forty strokes tn a
minute, the CamhiMBe stroke contenting
hlmstlf with thtiij -right The dark blues
throiik'hout the line nulled sUadllv and
like clockwork opposite l.eail mills Cnii-j
uittir givn ii, a 111111? unt iiie iiujies ut
the admirers of tlu ItKht biut toon fader)
anal und oxford Int reated her lent as
.hf liked Uiipuslie the JJQVes, iibout two
miles from the start. Oxfurd was iulllnic
thirty-nine and C'ambiMge thlrt) -eight
ttrokes to tin minute.
iihoitlj after pasilnt; the Doves ram
biidge again ajimu.l und itJiiul oxford's
lead a lrille, but the dark hints ha I tn
eieaied their had to two lengths at the
Mevonshtiu meadows and ihis lead Ctni
brldge could nut rut dovvn 10 un gnat
extent When the Oxfoul boat shot by
Haines' bridge, the dark blues wire rowing
well within their strength and In erfc't
form The Camubs rqw,.d MlWiltly
throughout and did better than exiieUou,
but they hid evidently ha I enough of It
at the ilnUh. Aetordlng 10 the judges' de
rision Oxford won bj a length and a half
The race ta-duy was over the uaint
course from oblhiuelv opposite the Star
and darter Inn ut Putin y to (he flnlnh
line l-'O vurJ above the hhln Inn at Mart
I.ake The exa t Itng'h of Ihe eoursu was
meaiured as four inlhs, out furlong and
ISO ) ards, If )iiu stand on 1'utnc) bridge
and face as tin boa of the raelng boats
point up the stream, the .Middlesex shore
Is on Ihe rUlit baud and Suire shore U on
Die left. J'lom Iih start the river curves
to the tight os far as the Crab 'free, them tt
I j the left nil the way to the Three Mile
I'oit when it again inclined to the right
up to the I'nis'i.
Sivf t'jcllne; tub OrgiiiUetl.
On I'rlday evening of last week a party
Z Atatlemta u( in th parlors of lis 1.
CHARACTER OF RESIDENCES
show the lots. Go to
NO. HO WEST EIGHTH
M C A and completed ort:anl7atlon of 1
hid to lie Known as tno Aeolian VVheei
nun of nint-as Cltj 'Ihe club will admit
1 1 lie ii i him the prospect of a 1 irge
numberi-hlp Uooms have not vet been tle
i Mid upon but will lie ecntralh lot iteil
Tin nlll t rf of the new t lull are S A
Voiiiheis. jretllenl, It Ij Iloutwell, iic
pretl it tit r h tliiggenhelm, secretar ,
I' M rarwell tieasuier, I" I ltllej, tni
nln, .M Ib-al, flit lieutenant, C .
Pool i-ei ond lbuttnint The other char
ter mi m!n rs art V M Weavei, f V,
Itonnell, o A Seorinif. T O Olckenon,
fhnrlei, navlv II f Hivx, Jlev. J, J., oh.
wall, Uev Jtobert 1. ijllold.
EMPIRE TARGET CLUB SHOOT.
I lit t urt Win I iiuitu illy l.irgti Y. iter-
ilu)-VI. II. llnrlou lirrlttl OIT the
tlidil tin a straight store
Tho Umpire Target Club held Its third
shoot esierdaj afternoon nt Wa'hlng'on
pvrk The t lub's wnik on an avtrago
hows gome Improvement. M. 11 Hortun
led the list with .i straight score The
score In dtlall was as follows, each man
shooting at tvvent-llvt tart,oti, known
I- Scott . . 1000111011010111111101110-17
.M 11 Horton .. . 111111111111111111111111123
William .Snow . lOllllOlllllllUllllOUll '-!
nave J'.ihott . iion(iiii(iiiioiiiouoin is
T. A Terukas iwiiWlllUilllll)Kiiiu-i3
r v smith oiioioiimnoiiiiiouoiirt-io
S Williams . . DlllllllHOiOllllllllllll 50
T T. Noiion . .. lllllllllllllllllioiiuni .2
l.ou Crhartll . .. OlimillOlllimillllllU JJ
J. W. Olander lOoOlUJimiuluifaOollQlUOl 11
At in II, in ling ( lub.
The weekly contest of the Acme Howling
Club took plate on the Itoyal nllejs last
evening. Huhle winning the medal on the
follow Ine score.
Strikes. Spares. Total
Ruble 7 14 01.'
l.ppcrson 7 12 4S7
I'leiOIlett 10 d m
Olfiitt 7 11 477
Wilcox 7 10 47.1
Melssger Si 11 17-'
Hale r, It; 4mI
Harso 7 j 43J
Neif 0 12 4i
I utlerwood 5 11 vn
liwln 5 D ,U7
King . . S 9 n$7
This game ends the winter series of tho
Amies and ltuble having the high avtr
ago Is the wiiinci of the mednl. The sum
mer seiles will begin with this week's
Motor for Urn lliiggun.
A mnteli bowling game was plaied on
the lloj.tl nllevs Hst night, In xv lilt h the
Poggetis won from the Taylors Mveis
of tho Oogetts, wiis high man. The seoru
Klrlkcs Spares Total
(lint i i.l nt
lllomn k ii t,i
1'iiUiiin 7 a ut
Kindstrom 7 l: 471
lljers 10 11 il
3S ,',S 2,319
htrlkes. Span s Tot ii
i in -Ui
A U 411
S '.) 4mi
.1 IS 411
D 10 136
.Nt'n (lilt aim Huron.
New Orleans. J.a , March SO Weather
ruiny'anil tratk hcavj
I'lict rati i'ivts furlongs I'abla vvoiii
Itird fateher, u-coivi. Chepi, third Time,
St'cond race Selling; live furlongs Craft
won Jlar tluinl second, Masonlo Home,
third Time, 1 .", '
Third race I'urse; seven nnd a half fur
longs V3kota won, Joe Woolmau, bee
oiid, old, third Time 1401,
I'uurth race Selling, beven furlongs,
llurrell's lllllet won, 1'rlncess Hose, see
oih' Oil, o, third Tlmi, 1 301,
Tlfth race-()nu mile lilllv McKmxIa
won. ht Ciolx. seeondl -Marcel, third.
Time, 1 lll!j.
lletulli ut i:.ul M. Limit,
SI. J.ouls, March SO-rirst lace-Selling;
three-tiuarters of 11 mile 1'ioverb won:
Hertules, secoiid, Hockhlll. third. Time.
Second rice I'urso; nine-sixteenths of a
mile Nlinrod Ilo won, Clan Campbell,
second: Wooisiown, third Time, O.Sjlii
Third rai el'urst; nine-sixteenths of a
mile. Hetty Ohio won, Jim Keene, sec
ond; L J. Knight, thliJ. Time. OSili.
tourtu race Handicap; seven-eighths or
a Mile. Mprdotte won; Mohican, second:
Montell, third Time, 1 JP ' 'i
riftii rc-giin-; thrte-uugxti-r of
i ' i.
. T "'rfftf .LJr
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sec them and be prepared to bid.
mile Jirtllne wc unj y, second Paulc'te,
third Time, 1 .'0
A HAWAIIAN REVOLUTIONIST.
V.11I111J r. Ashfuril, u ituiler In tin. littnit
Oiillireuk Ntnt Lniler II inl-hiiii in,
Kt tilled Kiiii.i ( ilj I ast Mgbt.
Iast night time arrived in Kansas CUv
a man who, it thus' who saw- him .are not
mlstakui In his iientlt), has for a numbtr
01 Stars jihul on Irnpoitant part in tho
alfalrs of the Hawaii When the Santa
1 o train frum the Wist arrived Inst even
ing there alight, ii fiom it a man of pecullir
an 1 at Hi" nmc distinguished appeirame
Hi' stood over M fott in helgnt. cariltd
lilinitlf with a mllltaij bearing and was
pu-tliulail) notheiblu for the- long mus
tiehlos which he wore
A genllemin well acquainted with him
said lie toull not be mistaken .and that It
was plmy 1' Ashford, of Honolulu, n
man who has long In en prominent In Jln
wailan .iff 111 s Mr. Ashford was tho leudt r
of the Mm (evolution against the nibltiurv
methods of King K il ik ill 1, nnd It was the
movement hendtd bj him vvhleh forced the
Hawaii in munaiih tn giant the magna
1 Inn to. itt mini id h the p. ople After King
Ixultk.oui had gianted this demind Ml
Ashfoid became a staunch lojnllst .mil In
tin rtLont outbrt ik In Honolulu he was
iiumbtrcd on the side of the rojnllsts, who
desired to 1. store tint luonaichj. When the
Incipient revolution w is crushed Mr Ash
ford llni the eotintrj and Is now virtually
banished from his home since ho dare not
utiiin and fare 11 trl il fur high tre ison
I ho gentleman who knows .Mi A&hftird
1111I who saw- him when he .alighted from
tho train, last ev tiling, snvs that he en
tered .1 tinioge ai the depot ami was
driven hurriedly awaj A'l t rfurts to tind
him last nikht weru unsureessful
Am lit ur II ist lull.
The Oitj lord .v. llaielejs have icorgaiilred
for the Bi-ason. ami will opui up to-dai
vvlth the starlights, at Hlghteenth and In
Olana avenue l'lnjtis of the (Javloid
llnrclevs am leiiuested to miet at riftetmh
mid Cheny nt J p in shnip
Thu I'nltui i'aelilis will open tho season
to-diy with thu Oipaitmeiit House ltetis
ul.,'. "VV 'Mrk Oiiiiiulng nnd Kliimj
will bo th batttiy for Ilia Iteils, Tlu.
Union l'aclllcs will pla as follows
Wauier. call her, W Ingert, pitcher, Combs,
Hint base, (initon second base, limns,
thliil bisu, SihumtMi', Hhortslnii, .liimis,
left Hi Id, r. Wliikoit, center Ileldi Ulllc,
The Sehinclzcis will meet this nftornoon
ni .' u'eloi k at Sixth streot and Xilnnetota
iiti.nno Itniimis .'It,. l.'ng ...itl ..ill ....
f 1 0111 there to Kmrs pink to pun the The
uujn u,tt' net Jl iiitru in iiiiik III! tile past
leu iI.ijh getting In shuin 101 the ugieniug
gum n with Malinger Manning's Hints,
Apill 7 Oliver and Wood", thu clack iiinu-
Ititt 1..,,. ,t nl lil . I I .. I.... a I.a. .. .1. ......
,, ... ,,,. f .,, ,,i,n V,,J, ,,l,,u ti.tll PlUVtl,
and tho team now lutnpltte, is made up
iitiin tut titri tuiitiieiir piieeis in mis see
Hon or tho eountiy In the. game with thu
Mines next Sundiv the team villi lino up
u ri.llrx. t tt 1 n...l t.ik..AH ....nl..w..
Oliver, Mcnill ami Oswald, pllcliiis, C.il
by, Hist base, iulstoll utoml luso. W
Oswald, shoitMtip, Yaughaii, thlnl base
iici'iu, leit in ei .-tictiiiiuiiiaii, ciuier ueiu.
Younger, ilglit Held
Suit 1 utitrlttt 11 lint e.
Sin rramlsio, March 30 Crt scendo, tho
crack il-vtai-tild, tnirltd 127 pounds, und,
getting off list galloped through his Held
In tho Hitler Hoot bandit up tn-dav, nnd
won handllv by half a Ituglli Them was
half nn hour's dchi at tho post, but Ores,
t'eiido so far out 1 hissed tils Hi Id that tlu
.lei iy had no eiftei 'iue stake wus foi
l'liht rate Six fuilongs Hesstn won,
Doncastir, second, Claudius, third, Tinu,
'Second race About six furlongs, Helll.
cose won, fjulrt second; Kannle Louise,
third Time, 1 12'si '
Tiuru race inner Hoot handle ip; llvo
fiirlonns Cresctiiilu won, Nerva Illlv, stc.
und; 1'errler llartinaii. third 'lime, l.o-.'a.
fourth rate On and one-elshtli miles,
Wh tesipno won, flashlight, second; Oak.
land, third, Time, 1 &V,
nrth lacu one .and one.half miles;
steepleeluse The I.ark won: April, sec
ond: Hellilnger. third Time, 3 23.
blxlh late-Six furlongs, selling. Cip
taln Hees won; Hear (Juaid, second; Can
taln Coster, third, Time, -ll-t '
(iiiitltliiin's Driving (lub MuHnce.
Tho matinee of the Oentlemen's Driving
Club at the Hxposllln Driving l'ark jester
day produced somu very Interesting racing.
In (pile of the IhieateuliiK weather, there
was a good attendance. The i 00 class trot
was captured by Jerome, who won the
second, third and fuur'h heats, after Nan
ny Hell had won the first. Nunny Hell wus
run Into Ihe fence In the second heut, or
she would have won the race bevoml n.
doubf. In the 3:19 Clssj pac Deacon, the I
Vfc -lll, . r It. till
propertv of Councilman Jack Helgor, was
tho lvlinri in stiuight hints and In the
frye-fi r ill Kll v Wells took three sucei ss
ive Jiea s 01 1 the rate after the first heat
had g ne 1 IVI10 It was oxp led that
Joe 1'utch. n would go ugaliifat flit track
recor i but the famous p it or did not reach
Kant is c i until late in the afternoon
and i 1 no' appear An effort s being
mad o g i h.m to go against th record
DIm lining riiiitbitll Itulcn.
Chicago M iroli 30 Several important
changes In plavlng rules were diein-od nt
tht mret1 ic oi college football plavers at
Hvonston ti-day 'Ihe comtulttco on lules
re; irted In favor of assigning to each
gamo two umpiies and one referee One
sul Mltiit' Irom each te-ain w.ts sucget,ted
as 1 lln. 111 in tn (very game This aftr
nonn a delei,atti was appointed to report the
reMilts of tin confeietice to a. meeting of
Haaurn plajera, at Xew York,
1 vlilliilbiii II ill (".an. op.
'ohvlll, Tenn., .March SO Cincinnati,
1C, Nashville-. 3.
Ulin'a Oa , MarcJi 30 Cleveland, 1,
Na-hville Tenn, March 30 St Touis, S,
Mt inphls 1
sivunnith (Il , Mnrch 30 rittsbure, IE;
lt tiiiol K u l"olitoii,
All Intoxltatlng llnuors ind beverages
contutu al. uhol
Alcohol is a poison to the nervous system
ml ..mscs a Ulstasc 1 condition ur the
'Ihe diseased condition is accomp mled
by a ei iving for stlmtil ints and a diminu
tion of tin will powei
Total nljstlninie will prevent the disease,
but will 1 ot 1 uro tho diseased condition aft
er it is once present
A eiiio of tho condition, vvhleh Is called
alcoholism, tan be obi lined h) the use of
pi-opi r remodlt s,
Thu itniidi. s of Pi 1,1 silo n Keeley
havi outcd mer J men and women,
and have b-eu thoiou, lily tested for over
fuiirtei 11 je.o
The Kcil treatment is the onl) one In
dorsed bj the L'nlteil St ues government.
'I lit nubile i warm I against nil lmlto
tois of ilie Ktelej tl ntmeiit, their only
tlalin being cheapness, mil Is eainestlv re.
quested to leineinbei H it time Is no Kee
lev institute in Kiintus Cltv, Mo
The only Ke. lev Institute 111 either of the
Kaunas I'ltjs Is loi nod in the Tonsillolith
building, Kunsus City, Kas
DEATH FROM ANTI-TOXINE.
l'.iti.'iit Hies lii 1 . nn 'I bun Ion Minutes
Afltr Its Injt 1 linn lint I laid Im
port! il 1 1 tun In rm 111),
New voili, .Mnrch 30 A lluld supposed
to hnvo bun niill.toxliit wns Injccteil into
tho 11111) of in thu m nleiitlne. 17 sears
ol I, uf Hiotiklvn to eurii a slight attack
uf dlphlheili Tho t,lil died n nwful
agony In hss 1I11111 leu mlnutts
Or 1. J Koitrlght, who injected the
Hiild, said 'Whin th untl-toxliui was
piepind 111 Oermaii soino puweiful poison
must have liciomu inixid wltli it by mis
Hike I stilt tint gill's father fui tho pup
aiailuii, and when lit hniidtd in... the
wiindeii box lontalllliig tho vlil It was so
tluhtly t-t .'lie tl I euuld scuic'lv open It,
W'lit 11 1 ui.euti Ihe liux uiul seemed tho
vial, x tile 11 lomnluci! Iietween two and
a half and three drachms, It was tight!)
corked und healed 'Hie lluld was pinkish,
of the H.11110 colui as uthei unll-tuxlue 1
"Almost as soon ns I had injected tho
lluld Into Miss Valentino's aim she became
iinias) Then she complulucil of u tickling
sensation In her tin out uiul till over liei
body She was then seized with convul
sions and never bciom In my llfu have 1
teen such a houible iltntli."
An autopsy was perfoinied liy Dr. J. M
Claluud, of Coronei I'rumer's olllee, whti
lepoilul; 'The girl's death was mused by
thu lluld alleged to be untl-toxlno '
Samuel Valentine, tho girl's fitlitr, mid
he did not hi 1 nut Dr. Kortilulit. lint blamed
lie. manufacturers of tho autl-toxino.
Coroner Ciamer said: "This Is a matter
of too muih moment for me to say what
iictlou I will take. Thu autopsy ph)slcin
sas the dentil wus dliectly due to tho Huld
represented as antl-toxlne."
llurglitr ut loll,
Iola, Kas. March 30 (Special) Last
night burglars entered tho house of James
Wuketleld, county cluk, taking J2o Jn
money and his watch and chain, trom
the residence of I.. It. Norlhrup, Jr , hey
took a J100 diamond ring, a line gold watch
and his wife's Jewel casket. No clue.
Mr, Itlchartls an AppUiaiit.
Mr. J. I Itlchards jesteiday wired the
comptroller of the currenc) that he would
accept the receivership or the National
Hit of Kjjuiu City, If tendered to him.
STPFvIE5E jl .
TRIUMPH Qg MAGNETISM ;
It Causes Honest John Folay,
of 2006 McGee St., to Walk
for the First Time in
Aillicteii With Locomotor Atnxiti anil
l'.ir.iljsis, Ho Is llc.tlenl by tho Hoy
1'lipnoiiiuiioii al it biuglo Touch.
So much has been written concerning; tho
healing powers or tho I!oy Phenomenon,
and tin man) marvelous cures he has per
formed in this 1 ity the pabt week, tint
to those who reside out ot tho city It leads
like a romance' Ho surprising have been
man) of his cures, that not only the lay
men, but the medical wot Id stand aghast
In utter bewilderment at a power so po
tent and marvelous as to bo able to break
up eutigestion in a few moments' time.
Hcoits of chionlc diseases that for jears
have delicti the combined skill of the mid
li al win Id have been brought lo Dr Tem
ple's private olrlce nt the Midland Hotel,
and in .1 rcmnikabl) short time those who
weio blind have betn made to see, the Uiat
to hear, iheumntio pains have disappeared,
and paial)zed limbs have taken on new
1'eihaps no cure was ever accomplished
In this stntt) that has caused so much ex
citement and interest, especially among
the medical fratunlt), ns tint of John
Tola), of ITiXW Medio street 1'our cnrs
ago ho wos stileken with patal)sls, but
wus able to hobble mound uu crutches
until about two )ears since, when it de
veloped Into locomotor ntaxln, vvhleh con
tliieii him to Ids bed, where ho has been
the p.ibt two jtiirs.
Hb was cariled upon the stage at tho
Audltnilum list niil.iv night, wheie I)r
Tiiuplu Imparted new life to his paruljzeil
limbs, and In less than live minutes ho
was walking up nnd down the stagn nlono
and unassisted. The time men who had
c.ttrlid him upon the stage had vvuitid to
call) him back ngaln. but their services
vveie not requlioel, for ho had descended
the sttns, and, walking up tho ulsle, was
showering pinlses upon the ouug healer
and shouting "1'ralsa (Jod, from whom nil
blessings How" The threo strong men
who, a few moments before, had canted a
so-called hopelessly Incurable Invalid upon
thu stage, walked up tho aisle, rollnwlng
honest John I'ol ly, the proudest und hup
pltst mail In nil Missouri.
Theso und many slmll ir scenes nro dally
enacted nt Dr Temple's private parlors in
thu Midi intl Hotel, and It is duo to such
wondeiful elites of ailments pinnauuccd
Incurable that his name has become n
housihold woul In Kansas City, nnd his
fuiiio spread from ocean to ocean
1 lo not only treats tho blind, lunio nnd
cilpplcd, but nil ilUiases ((ulekly ) li'ld to
his strange power, Cutarih, Incipient con
sumption, thronlu bronchitis, tluoiilo diar
rhoea, neuralgia, nervous prostration, ilia
buies, IlrlKht'H tllktase, inllepsy or (Its, tu
11101 h In nil conditions, diseases of n dell.
catt natuie, diseased bone, hip disease,
deafness, heart disease, bladder illsoider,
hemnirhnlds or piles, cluonlo rheumatism,
obstinate constipation, dlsoiders of women,
cataiact of i)es, canter, pclaticu, paiulvsls,
fistula, liver complaint, kldniy tioublcs,
sciofula, gravel, throat disorders, linpo
tency, and. In fact, all chronic, diseases
(illicitly xleld tn animal magnetism in the
hands of this phenomenal ph)slclan.
Those who desire private treatment, and
am able and willing to pay foi same, may
call at his private parlors tn tho -Midland
Hotel, entrance on Seventh street, any day
except Sunday, fiom 10 11. m. to 4 p. m,
and obtain consultation, examination and
bouthnusteru Kuntn t'oiifrrcmt't
Hutchinson, Kas., March 30. (Special )
The annual confeience of the Southwest
Kansas Methodist Hplscopal church con
tinued Its deliberations to-day. Bishop
Ooodsell. of San I'ranilsco, presided. The
attendance is very large. Jleports show
the chuieh to have grown to a marked
degree duilng tho conference ear. Among
those present are:
Dr. Iv, W. Hamilton Hostonj Tr. Curtis,
Chicago: J)r. J. A. Hurlburt, New York,
The next conference) will be held at 'Wlchl.
ta, In 1800 To-morrow pulpits of the dlf.
ferent churches are to bo filled by -visiting
For getting in line with the times and giving the
people the benefit of the greater buying power of
the present dollar. The reduction of its subscrip
tion price to 10 cents a week shows that it is going
to give the people, in the field of news, what the
NEW GOLDEN EAGLE
IS DOING NOW III THAT OF CLOTHINC!
All the benefit of the present financial conditions
that is, lower prices right down the line. The
people should expect them they should get
them. A dollar to-day buys a third more than
it did last year, and that fact is strongly illustrated
by the action of the Journal and by our prices on
everything that man or boy wears. Convince your
self by a visit to our store. There is evidence as
overwhelming as it is pleasing. Clothing better
made than ever and for less money than it was
ever sold for before.
mcw nm ncM
Send for our Catalogue
SIMPLY BRITISH SWAGGER,
'that It tho Way the French took Upon Sir
r.dtvard (lre)' lteceut
Paris, March 30, Most of the French
newspapers to-day agree that M, Hanotaux,
the minister ot foreign alfalrs, must reply
to tho utterances of Sir lMward Grey, the
iiirllamentnry secretary for foreign alfalrs,
in tho Hrltlsli houte or commons on Thurs
da) night with energetic protests.
Keve1.1l or the ncv.spapers take the view
that Sir Udward Clrey's statement was
simply "swagger," arising from tho fact
'that tho government would Und Itself lu
the minority, unless It makes a pitriotlo
The rigaro 8i)8l The Quay il'Orsay
fthe Trench foreign ofllce) will show that It
knows how, without losing Its tumpcr, to
put the ilrttlsh foreign olllce in Its propel
A TRAMP PREFERRED TO WORK,
Olio at the ileum Arrested at lopeku
With I'leiity of .Money Would iot
I'uy u I lue,
Topeka, KaB.. March 30 (Special) A ne
cullar t-ase cuine up In thu Topeka police
court this morning. A tramp by the nuine
of l.eu was arrested for trespassing on
lullroad property by slumbering In u box
ear without Invitation. When arrested Leo
was found to have (423 In hla possession,
but preferred to work out the fine of tJ
assessed by the court rather than pay the
money He gave us a reason that he might
us well save a dollai u li) and boar. I till
spring work opened up. There Is something
so peculiar about his conduct thut it is
thought that Lee may bo another of those
cranks who has started, out to go arounel
the world on a bet ot some kind.
J. P. Iler's Ilochester Hock Deer Is the
finest ever brewed Ut Airic
tells about our Clothing,
IT WAS T00J00 MUCH,
Tupebaus io Into Court In Order to act
Oil uf u Democratic Ticket.
Topeka, Kub March 30 (Special) Th
tickets tor the city election in Topeka hart
all been pilnted, when 11 couple or men
who wero 1 mining independent for tho of!
Ilcu of constable, went Into tho district
court uiul secured nn order which coin
liollcd tht, city clerk to reprint nil of tha
tickets uiul leave their naniea out of the
Democratic column, where they had been
placed lifter being indorsed by tho Demo
crat iu convention.
In the capital city of Kansas, men (some
timed commit pctt) laiceii), bm they never
Knowingly gu upon a. JJtmoeiatlo election
The 'uiiipil-u at AtihUun.
AtchUou Kas , .March 30.-(Sptclal ) Tha
local political situation 1s redliot 'n x ??
f.''"er,ne Vemocrllllo land date fof
mu)or. addressed a meet ng of indenend.
ent veiiers at Apollo hull tonlgl, i a n "ho
Hep ublltans held a large and enthusiast"?
meeting at the coiner of SUth and Com.
menial streets In the Interests of o w
Sear es. his Uepublicun opponent. ThJ nl:
rhel'r'CtlckettM'CU '" tlCct yer
Kvnngelist Shawhan will conduct ih
noonday Oospel services each day I5!
week at the 1. W. C. A. looms UU wr
hed ,rf.,o YV0Oll'Bv "C"'c' ! "' iSAlJ
I'erWl's1!., bofen-NoTo'l'lt ia'Sle'ralul
gentlemen. Mu.1l.1iiv . i.:"i 'auu-s ami
fSStJfH J'SSS&ii " STna
.... v j tllltlMlCA,
Tn.l n" -,.'." "' " '""U. M
acters will be mad, up entlrejS f?5
among Toueka men. ' entirely fron)
ft ( -s