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THE KANSAS CITY JOUItNAL. KIUDAY. APRIL fi, 180a
WILL PLAY BALL SUNDAY.
iiluhs itAi'iiit.v or.TriNtt in siiai'i'.
Klt Ilti: Ol'IIMMI CI MKi
.Ml Uii- Tram r.tri-pt llriimn nnil Hurl.)
Hrfonl Murk rlril-J lir-
.Mm Miiiw fp lAiU-Hatlng
Mini iirt Iiik i.
The first bill Rime of the setsoti will bo
played in Kansas I'lty net Sunday after
noun, when the new lllue will make thPlr
lint appearance, with (lie ctroiiB Sihmel
era n thoir opponents This gntnr will
hot only nlloril nn opportunity li sic the
Itluer. hoth the old favorites mid the new
Idajr-r. bill vftll likely rUftvp to be u very
IntrrixIlniT mlllest. sihe Manilfcer 'PnltlO'r.
of tho tichtnelrerii, "tt"- V ty l'"t. ,
strong I Mm In 'the Held, lie mil not only
have the nick ot the nml-ur lacrt of
hr two Kansas t1ty, but. In addition,
will have loveriil mriing plavcr from sur
loiindlug towns .Manner l'nlmrr an'
bounces thu make-up of hie Irani rts fol
liverh.ird, neeoud iiaso: vaugiian, mini
bice; McUIII, left lleldi V. iwniild. nhnrt-
Hop, Colbv, Hn.it bii .Mi.Mlnamun, center
DIU, IlIlSl IJ IPfi .ll .MIIlHIllllll, CIJIIIC-I
iToiniKer, right Held, Wotj and
V.lil; Xullliger, nam ui'ia, hvoti hu
v'nrner. cuiohcvrs. Oliver rtnd (isvtuld
All the llluns v-MI bo here, with tho ex
ception of a reciCnr right llcldor, nnd thr
Tluyrr', old nnd m w, will In- men In their
I'Riiliir positions'. Daniels, Jlnitlngi,.
filtiltz and Darby. t he arrives, will tnkti
urns at pitching, and Hewn and import
Mill alternate In rlglfjt Held and behind the
The bovs hnd a grttid day for practice
lesterdiv, and with ten of the Blues In uni
form It Ill-nan to look Uke btislneas to the
large number of speiifnl-n "ho Jjiirneyrd
to Imposition park to s c the plnvcrs at
Interest centered In the work of the four
Jtt arrivals. Nlchol, Hastings, c'on
Jiaught&n nnd Iti-nfrn. S-immv Nlchol
iirainrcKl nround in cutitir Hold in If ho hnd
1ml an Injection of Totmro naiiee lie m
-olllh and took i-vurv fhln n thoiiv'- ';
illdn t need nn pr mice. He was a little
rllft after the One's -ork waji done, but
he will b- nil er that tn a .1 . .1 t ..
Hastings showed up In spli-ndl 1 trim Hi
In cnniltteni thut he It In londitlon ti pitch
the bent waino or bin careei this frnun. nnd
he exiwets to do It ir appcaram- s go for
nny.hlhir H.istlngs will lie very much In
the tame from the tart.
ConnatiKhton did not try to crt himself
toaterdav and so mr Idea onld lie formed
of h! tle of pliTliiK He hnu bad no
practice whitever n the weather him been
cr cold at his Now- llnnl.ind home, anil
besides that win wtnry from ihe Ioiik
trl It will be two ur thre diy before
he'ueK down to work In enrnet ami let
hlmelf out He throws In tin rletit wn.
lolnir no time and not Monplnc to chaiiBO
poltlon after tt ldlnc a bill
In the lanciiaKe of the bleacher". Hereon
1" a "cuckoo' lie li solnit to be all right
in evers dntnrtivent of the game The wav
ie wa hitting t"m out cRterdas tickled
the ncti!orn to death, and the at once
installed him .n a t;rlme favorite norgen
throw to econd l.ke 11 shot and It will
be a ppody man wh.o purloins the base on
him . , . ,,
The ret of the bov wh" hio boon at It
longer kept up their cood work and are
rapldlv getting Into tlr-.'-'las shape They
will all be all right hv jTundiy After the
game Sunday the Wiles rest for three
U; then on the follow in,- ThttrvHy they
pHv the Kansas unler'v nine after
which Lincoln comes for throe game. pn
T-rldav Ptturdny and riundi'J T hen the
Illues go nwav for nine pame with Lincoln
Omaha and St Joseph, returning for three
rame. with Omaha just before the opening
of the season.
JIM ELLIOTT ISJN THE RACE.
lie Is Due of the i:ieiu .Men Will Mr.llght
si ore, lii the lllg llaiidliiip
as r.ir as Mint,
WUlard Park, IMterson. N 1 A.l,r",l
Seldom befote has ,1 11( bird shoot brought
together so mini deotees of Nlmpou as
rilil tV grand American hnndl.-ap on these
groutitVi to-div. This la the third mr of
this event, which r.inka next In Imporumce
10 the llrand 1'rlb.de Casino of .Monte t al
io, and the crack wing shots, piofesslojial
and amateur, thioughout the t'nlt. d htatts,
strove very hard tor the honoi or winning
rthe mfh coveted prlzu awdidcil to tl.o
vX'hen thb Interstate Mnnufactiirpts' and
Dealers' Association started the big' event
In W. It . Welch ot I'hllad. Iphla won
the llrst prl.e of JI77 VI j.ast ear,'t .
JJorfey. of this clt, gathered In SiOi Ml vlth
the high gun, and this jcar the lucks man
will get $7w When tin entilis . lusel last
Suturdav. flft -seven men had posted Ilielr
forfeit mone, and thN morning four oilurs
pild nn additional Jin for the privll. ge of
oontesllng. Those win .Missis J II
Outwnter, of Corlsbadt. .N. J . I l.l. ot
Kitroton, l'n , II S Young, of I'hlladel
phia. and CI h Train, of the Cobweb C.un
Club, of West Varum, N. Y The gen
tlemen were handicapped at - . 27 and
2i v irds, respeeilvel Horace White, of
.Sjr.ictise N Y .1 It. Illllsou. and IMwaid
Poland, of lMilladclphli. failed to 1 oiiip to
their mirks when called at the enil of
the second round thin morning, and were
declared out of the race Thise scratches
left llftv -eight men in the Held when ltef:
eree Jake l'eniz called the evmt at 10 U
The weather was everything that trap
ehootcrB otil-1 wish for, as tin sun slime
bnhtlj during the entire dii). and thsie
was only a mild breeze from the northwest
The handicap was shot tor on the in.-i.ln
ground, while tho minor 1 vents wote
brought off nt the western traps. Thon
were about 1.000 spectators present when
the shoot began, but during the afternoon
there were fullv 1 5o0 onlookers. Tho blrdi
iNer.. nearly all lllue Hocks, but a great
jnanj of them weie Hitters, probably
through being chilled. Many of them,
liiw.ver, proved to be veiy tricky blids,
and a tin- s. ure mil show, not a few of
thnn mnnagid to evade bjth barrels of
ininj a tta'U gun Tin men failed to
pui s their pigeons in the first round, and
the veteran amateur Ciptnln Mono, mlss-i-d
his tlrst two, which vers rapid right
Ten rounds were shot oft when time was
railed, and ihiit vveu eleen men standing
with straight s'ore These wen
Clark, Hrewer. IMuely. Thotnis, T Int
SI 1 stner, Class, Apgar. Henry, lllllott sml
Tin ue mlskcs debarred .1 shooter from
inking iu further ptrt In, the handicap,
and at the cdps, of th- day's sport there
sere Just lifte.-n unlucky ones who had to
Hind down Thos who are now out of tho
jtmnd handicap are
S White, T H Diiston, W T. Inger-1-0II
(ieorpo Work. T S. Sedani, .1. W
11 .(fman, 1 loi.es. r 11 .Moore, 1'hil
Dalj, ,Ir : li 1. I'ost K I' llennett. r. 1)
KihvMirtz, Cliirls Leiinon. J. 11 Otitvvatcr
and II. a. loung
Thu handicap show will be reituned to
morrow morning .it in o'clock, and It may
bo possibly llnlsh'd in th. afternoon.
HENRY YOUNG bFaT DUCAT.
Corrlgvu's trick Could Ho ll lletter than
bcciiiul In Hie liiiinidlis llaiidliiip
lit 1,111 le Hoik.
Little Rook, Aik, April I. -The weather
svas clear and vv inn to I . and the uncle
was fast The f-atuie of tile dav sport
wa. Ilia UouiiilU. handicap, at one mile,
In whh h H. nr Youiu won h uidlly from
Dii at. In 1 U Hat. luwirlio' tin ti.iek i
or a second Miaiiei J. V Caldwill Is do
ing mot excellent work with the Hag. The
mrts havo all been iood, and no delays of
consequence have .m uned Jlorsemen
liero are all plusid with .Mr Caldvvills
woik. It Is umierstod that the iitnonnl
differ etue between Mr. Caldr.ell and IM
Coirlgan has been p.u.lud up, nud that
the two o'eiitleme-n lire now th bese of
i'ttst race Selling; al-e turlongs. Mas
ule I! raj won: Kriiiicls i'ope, second, Jose
phine, third. Time, Lie
Sei ond laee I'urse, suven furnnsg. The
Jronimster won: Imp l'erey, sucond; Shield
Hearer, third. Tinie, 1 ji,
Third rat" The lioiindless hnndlcap;
1'M guaranteed, one tulle ller.iy oiiug
ston; liucat, second, bister Mar), third,
'lime, l.C . ...
rourth race I'urse; 2-yrar-olds, four fur
longs. Hen Kd. r nun, lied Hair, second:
1'aslg, third, Time, u jji,,
rifth raci Helling, una mile. I'lutus
svun, I'enner, spfc'om) , Joe IJurphy, third.
IIUMIIIKI) TO OMI hlllir WD.N.
larlcttu (lave tlm 'lalint 11 Stunning llloiv
at Sin I rant 1st u.
fian I'rnnclsco, April . This v,n a day
of accidents with the races. The blgjest
lluku of all was Mailetta'3 win at W to ).
hbe was very lightly plaaj, however.
3u the llrst race l'eeiood ran nwav mid
Kooh IlnouEh. which HnlshJ eecond, vas
dUquJllllcd for foulini; UU-ivt hursts
started tn the stcepu hasc, an 1 only three
finished Uouglai nlu. d to tun u-id
Malcolm, Steadfast, King him nnd y k
lo.' fell. Clauc, who rode Kins Sam, was
badly hurt. 'Ihreo ribs wsre bioken and
he was otherwise Injured.
rirst race S furlongs; maiden. Ton.
den It. wuu; Pel .Vorte, sccoal; llount Air.
third. Time, 1 11.
Second, cane -t'jve and one-half furlongs
8ea Spray won; Normaudle, second; Xo
pey. third. Tune. j.i;,
Xhlti race0fl8 tulle. MarUlU .;
Hear aiiarJreronn! 'Hyily, third. Time,
' " ...
roitrth rate rive and one. half furlongs,
ilrrnitrilo won; M Hay, second; llimto
man. thl-d. Time, I (
I'lfth tare on and onufjurth mllesi
fleeplecljniie. dnld tlllft wntl Ht Jacobi
second, Mutineer, third Tin." 1 11
Klfctll rare rive furlongsi felling. Sfr
nphln v.-iin. Adv tm , so ond, Mollla II. 1
tblr.lt Time, l.M't 1
OWLS DEFEATED THE ACMES,
All Lulling .Mntlll (luinn Hit ill 1 11 I'lrkid
'trains liinileil mi the (Irniid
Villi. Ijut Mght,
A highly exfltlnp mlch game was
bowled on tho Otand 1 1 a Inst evening
between Ids kod teams fiom the owl and
Acme buHllng r lubs rival oritftnlr.ntionn
of men frum th stoik ard The game
wi nitntfhed b 11 Urge numbr ot In
letested fpietators and was closely con
listed, the owl llnally wlnhlng by the
narrow imtrKln of fortl-lwu pln, after the
Acini's had held a good lend for most of
Crlder. of the OwIf, was the only roan
lo top the 600 mirk, making Ihe high fcore
of the gslne with fill) liaise, ot the Acme",
lead his team with US Thu store.
Strikes. Spares. Total.
Kemlrh'k ...1; 14 4l
L'urtls i K 411
Jordan : 1; ITO
Clark , f 7
Crldei 1, ,...0 II M9
Total 'X t. I,'.'"
Strikes. Spares. Total
Itnrso , 1 i; 1 4W
I'nderwood 'i I" i'i
Metskcr 7 l." 4SI
Halt 3 l: 410
Jiuble r, io us
Total , ...21 67 2.K3
THE GARDNER-DIXON MATCH.
liltiiti's Atun.iger Has I iirwarded Money
Uhleb Will lie rriiiuptl) tiieend
b) tlariliiei V Itai ker.
Tho backet of Oscar Clardncr received n
telegram from .1 II Herman, the manager
nf Tnitimv Illxiin. csterdav. slating that
I hi had forwarded 11 draft to Kansas City
to Dinil tin proiiisea maicn. ine ceiegr.uu
lid not stale whetlur the draft was for
the full sdo b"t of pio or for enough for
11 forfeit until the preliminaries can lw
agieed tion In either evint the money
will be covere.1 us soon as It nrrlves.
Uardiiir is willing to light Dixon for u ")
t.urse and .1 $r,no side bet, and docs not care
how boon Ihe light ionics otf.
When PIxon met and conquered Gardner
before he was only a novlce.nt the game.
Plion was behind (latdner when he fought
Solly Smith nt lluffalo, and lie was asked
then to make 1 mntch, but he yaw enough
to convince hltn that he didn't wnnt any
of i.urdtier's game. He seems to have
chniiKOd his mind since that time, nnd Is
now willing to light Ciardner If they ever
meet, Gardner will win whenever he gets
read), for ho outclasses Plxon.
Thrie l'.iurlles ut Nashville,
Nashville. Tenn , Apill 4 Three fnvor
itis. a second and a third choice won at
Cumberland park to-da The track was
fast, weather plia-ant and the bookmnk
i rs were kept busy, The races wtro nil
purse affairs, and, w-hlle some ilose fin
ishes took plnd, thete were no features
of sp-elal Interest Summnr
I'lrst race Kle-olghts of 11 mile Simon
W won, nils-north, -eiond; Metropolo,
third Time 1 01'i.
Second lace One-half mile. Jll"ey won;
r.pouii, second, Imp. Kugai. thltd Time,
Third race Selling, sevn-elghts of a
mile. Addle Huchanan won, Lquator, sec
ond, Pr Work, third Time. I 2'J
Kourth taie Selling, seven-i Ighths of a
mile. Anna Maves won: Liy On, second,
I.. onell, third Time, 1 .Vi
Klfth race Selling, four furlongs, I"roo
Coinage won; Kxcuse, see ond, ltondo. third.
ew Orleans Hurl's.
N'nw Orleans, La , April 4 fourth day
New Louisiana Jotkev club's spring meet
ing. Weather Hue. truck fast.
Klrst rai e Selling, tivo furlongs. Ma-
liion won. Sli John, second, Anna Mc
Nalrs, third. Time, t K.
Setond tace Selllne-; seven furlongs.
Hthel W won; Aitless, second; Kuna,
third Time. 1 JS-
Thlrd race I'urse, sit furlongs. Hin keye
veon. Anna K , second, I;ob Wilson, third.
Time, 1 1G ,
I'ourth race Handicap; one mile: Trst-w-hlle
won! Iluriel'l Ultlet,"seeoiid;"Pther,
third Time. 1 uu
I If lb race Purse; seven furlongs. Theo
dore It. won. Senatoi Morrcll, second, Kol
1, third. Xime. 1 J.
ItesntlH lit Kust St. I outs.
.St. Louis, Mo. Apill 4 I'lrst race; sell
lug, thiee-fourths of a mile Itockhilt won;
L.idj Lister, seioud, Little Lee, third.
Time, 1 21.
hecond race Selling, thioo-fourlhs of a
mil- Smuggler won. Monk Overton, sec
ond, Ooyx, third 'lime 1 2P,.
Thltd race Selling, three-fourths of a
mile. Porderer won, MP klejohn, second;
uhelsn, thlnl. Time, IJOH.
rout th race Selling; one mile. Liberty
Hell won, Itussell grn, second; Sir
Charles, third Time, 1 4ji
I'ifth race belling, three-fourths of n
mile I'-lotella won, Krnnklo P, second;
Ilesperia, third. Time, 1-15',
l-ibiiiltliiii Hall c;.iiuc.
Nashville, Tenn, April 4. Cleveland, IS;
Cincinnati, o, April 1 Clnclnatl Itegu
lars, 9, Cults, S.
Lymbburg Va , April 4 Philadelphia,
9, I.vm hbiitg, fi
New York, April 4 University of Penn
sylvania, I, New York, SI
Atlanta, eja April 4. HrooMyn, 17; At
ltoanoke, Va , April 4 Boston, 4, Itoan
Columbia, S C , April l.-rittsburs llcg
ulara. 10, Colls, f.
Iliirhi) Urn. No Tight In lihii.
The alleged lighter named Ilurlny, who
blitt Into Knnsu City from the I'mlllc
toast, wanting a hiince to knoi k nnjbody
In uhls part of die louiurj out In eight
rounds, evidently his moio talk than light
In him He was oifered a ch.ime to tight
Pmmett Mellody, but ei-awlished out of it.
and no further attention will bo paid to
him Alho .Miller orrerd to put up a purso
of r0 out of his own pocket for tlui two
men to light for. but llnrliy declined to ac
cept uven this liberal proiiosltlon.
Itoat Itimllug ciuii.
Peterson was high man lit the weekly
roll of tlui Hoval Howling Chili, held on the
Hoal alles last evening. The score'
Strikes. Spares. Total
Peterson - 10 13 f.17
(Km k 11 ii
O. Morris 7 J3 4iil
jlolt k 11 m
1: Morris I K 4.vi
Miller 1 ii 4J6
Nelson K 11 411
P.vans 4 9 4ia
NlchoU i 1! 37".
Williams 5 0 371
Mutphy ii 3 S.'o
i:.igle Him Hug Club.
The Pagles bowled on th Itojal allejs
List evening: and made the following
Strikes Spires. Total.
rutnhart 7 7 401
ltirncg r, 1.1 sol
Clark 10 3v)
Hurst J i .177
Peek A 5 .V,
Toole , 3 !l 3'i
Wlllock 0 11 .131
Mi'Pon.lM 1 311
Tnadvv.iy ... 3 7 .21-
The Senators have organised and want
a game for Saturday afternoon at I'lft.
eerith and Troosl. Answer through the
The little Giants' Daseball dub would,
llku to ho.ir from an ilub undfr 13 years.
Call or address J, Ivcatlng, ill Washing
Chiligeil Hin II lie.
Memphis, Tenn , April 4. Tho date of the
"Kid" MiCoy-pann Needham flght before
the Pastime Athletic Club In this city, has
been (.banned fiom April 10 to April 15.
I Ue hpmtllig Notes.
Anson has already lo.t eighteen pounds
In Texas and expects to knock otf twelve
Captain Haft has selected James 71,
Darn, of Iellp, us mate of the new cup de
fender. Out In Texas among- the ranchers the
Louisville vouiigsters are being boasted as
stars. Jack Glasscock sajs the Colonels
will llnlth In the llrst division.
In a letter to Mick Putin from Australia
Jou Goddard states that he will In all prob.
ability mine to Ameitca before the dog
duvs set In. Goddam writes that ho was
never in better physical trim.
"Huck" Cwlngr will receive somethlns
over 1000 for his fifteen shares of stock In
the New York baseball club. It Is just like
finding that much money for the Reds'
captain, as ha never expected lo set rid
ColtnJ?ockburn, a wing shot of Toronto,
Out,, bus issued a challenge to llrewer,
PUlatL i'uiford. lirb or any other wln
shot In the Tnlled Rlnles or Canada, to
hoot a match nt )f) live birds, twenl
Mx jnrds rise, eighty jnrd
Professor John Pil(T, noting for the Onl
otnn Athletb club, tin nrranfifd a
'.whtj-flve round glove ronlest between
Hlllv MoCnrlhv, of Australia, and Dm
Oicloii, to lake place at the Tremont
up. ra house. Galveston, April 27.
JohnnX flrlllln, the "Itrnlutrfe I,il.
urns tw be si nous In tils desire lo git to
lluglahd Ae!ordlng to Itports Johnny l
to sail nettiss the water nu Ma 1 1 Kin
his nirlval abroad he will sign nMlelei to
ficht any IK or 121 itdihd man In the bpsl
h ss .
The Cornell runner re In tralnltig'for
tin I'nlVerstty or Pcntisylvanln's ghmo,
on April ill The (thai n loam will hrobablv
be 1 hnsen fiom the following I' It. Html
fold, C P, Iliiiden, II. W. Golden, (I. W
Itullsoti, c Maedrr, II. II Stebbliis nnd
Jack i:rthnt-dt, the lightweight pilglllst,
has roitlved nn offer nf a puto tti'bux
ioung GrirtD nfloon rounds In Chlcncn on
Aptll rt. Ill' Mei lined on tlui ground (that
In- would ilol have Milllrlent MtniS lt gel
in eondlllnii. Il will meet tirllTo or nny
other lightweight in tho world with three
Jack I)emiey has returned from rnr
Hoikawny inn) Is now tesldliig will! his
brotlur. .Mnttln. In Wltlliitnsburg The
llnpioveni"nl III Jjik's lienlth Is tnaiilf'st,
but It will be ome time before he becomes
entltely well His ph)slclan (tales Hint
the ix-.Vnnpittell Is tcgnlultig his stronglh
nud uieiitnl vitality
Tho I'edetntlon of T.nbor has Imlorscil the
botolt ot the Carpenters' I'tilon ot) tho
llalllliiote Ilaeb.ill Club In all Its games
In Baltimore and the Amrficnn l'cderatlon
will IlkiU order II liovcoltcd b union men
In evcrv cltj It visits. The bovcott Is the
inteotue of the baebill luatingors decid
ing to cmplo) non-union workmen on the
miiFtrin Hon of the new grand stand.
An order has been Issued b Judge Call
for the sale of the offo. ts of John L. Sul
livan, iittiu hed hv Viola Atmtrong. a
Iliembet of Sulllv nil's eompan), for fnlar
due when In Jacksonville several weeks
ago Ihe property consists- of two trunks
tilled with John's clothing and othtr np
purtennntns. The sale will take place b
the sheriff's, older on the llrst .Monday In
Tom O'Honrke snvs In the future George
Plxoh will not light limited round bouts
with nun who are out or his class. In a
letter from itoohlster, Tom writer t "I
will match GiKitge Plxon to meet the- win
ner of the GrilTo-.McAulllTc contest at the
lightweight limit, providing It goifs to a
llnlsh. 1 don't cure to pit George ugnlnst
men who light heavier than he Is, unless
tho mill Is for endurance."
Pan Jlrouthtts has trained a little below
his usual plavlng weight and (s In good
condition. Tlio warm wi other has Umbered
up Pan conslderal.lv, and as soon as he
breaks in his batting ce he will b ready
for championship work This will nroliabl)
be Pan's hist jcar In bifeh.ill and Pan Is
determined lo put forth his best ilrorts for
the siicccs of the team Pan's tetlrement,
however, will he optional with hltn The
lug tlrst lnseman will nlwnss llgurc In his
tory as one of the greatest stars of the
Speaking of pitchers President Young
sas there nre nut more than ten or twelve
"stnr' pitcher In tho league. He tegirds
T.nlor. of I'hllaiblphl 1, one of the best
Chi. ago was In a bid way for pitchers last
vear, and this senon Anson has a long
string of new men who have jet to make
their reputations In the league Anson Is
not doing much talking at this stage of
the game, but ho Is apt to spring a few
surprises hefoie the race Is advanced very
far "Unci" Nick" Is 11 believer in hoavj
wilght pltehois undei the present rules
and tho woik of the big fellows In the
points list j ear seem lo Justlfv his Judg
ment In that respect
(lusslp of tin Whielmen.
The run of the Kansas Cltv Ccllsts next
Sundaj will prohibit be to Lie's Summit,
Among the distinguished men who nre
learning to "bike ' is General Nelson A
Mllis.. Jle Is proving- in apt pupil, learn
ing to ride alone nt his llrst leson
Chilrmin Gideon, of the racing board,
Is considering a proposition to keep the
tanks of clas , free from crooked rideis
He thinks of refusing to allow any rider
to ra' e In that 1 lass who does not own
his own wheel , If this idea Is carried out,
it will put a stop to the formation of mak
ers' i lass A teams, several of which nre
President il!lon tells a great story re
gatdlng the Ingtatltud.. of some men who
have derived bene lit from tho L A. W
bill who are not willing to p ly anj thing In
return. He Hen the case of a. man In his
division. In whose Interests the league ex
pended over JuOO When, on the beginning
of the next league sear, he was notified of
an lnrreTo of 10 tents in the joarlv dues,
lie 1 -fused 10 nay the ext-u half dollir
It is reported on verv good authority that
If John John-ou su. - e. ls In getting away
to Planer, to mm with the professionals,
Louis A Callahan th. Biill.ilo er.iek rider,
will uceotnpinj him nnd he his racing
nine Callahan was the Mar number of
Spoemer's All-Amc-tlci team vvhlih recent
ly completed a tour thtough Mexico, and
is logarded by many as one of the best
rideis in this cquntry. If Callihnn re
in ibis oil this.. s.lde hf thit'oneairihU season
he w'lll go Into tialnlrnCfor the circuit racis
eatlv In April at Uiulsvllle
With a view to regulating the contracts
entered into with cliss P rldi rs b.v manu
facturers, the racing committee has re
ported a piopo'ed conlract Two of the
leading makeis of bievcle.-. hive also sub
mitted their form of contract It is pro
posed to hive a regular course of tiling for
record, that the present and past of riders
may be leirm d, not necesarlli disclosing
the cash terms nnd private m.etteis, and
also that the Leigu.- of American Wheel
men be notllbd nt who nre hv contract the
riders of various llrms ami also what these
riders are at liberty to do Tho committee
will be gild 10 receive suggestion on this
eontiaet question from makcis interested
In tho subjict
tin: oci.i:n is (t ii:,m.
Humors nf Vlctiiilu's Hi ml, e Positively Ie
ub it Hi solutions nf t'uiidiiti 111 e.
STow Yolk. Apill I A rumor vvns
nllout heie to-day nnd sent out over the
country thut Qui en Vlctoili vvns dead
CnlilP In'iulile. biought the positive
stntomont that tho queen was not only
not dend, but was, In better health than
fur boino time.
Austin. Tex', Apill 4 An afternoon
paper here published a bulletin nnnouiic
Inir th- death of Qm en Vlotoiin. On the
strensih of this bulletin, lteprisentntlvc
McLetnore intioduccil 11 ir-olutlon of
condolence which vvns unanimously
adoptod b the huuse of representatives.
A Inter tourist Itati s tu 'lesiis and New
Now .Vh xli 11,
Continuing until April 30. the Katy Route
th .Missouri, Kansas A. Texas railway
huvo on sale round trip tickets to the fob
lowing points, nt rntCH named, viz :
Austin, Tex, l:SM, Piming or Kl Paso.
JIl'JO; Uddv. N. M , I0 30; Galveston, J3jw
Houston, J30 00, San Antonio, W1.4V Tick
ets good to return until June 1st, 1S93. All
trains equipped with tree Kecllnlng Chair
Cars nnd Wugnei Palaco Bleeping; Cars.
The only lino ottering thiough sleepers to
1'or full Information, folders, etc., call at
K3 Main street, or lull I'nlon avenue.
Ft. I.nuls, April 1 Pusene Knobloeh, for
eighteen ve.us bookkeeper for the y, J.
Letup Hiowlng Compiny has mysterlonslj
disappeared. A loiter was received by his
niotlu i-ln-lnw, William Keiper. In which
Knobloeh threnim-d to mininlt suicide.
Knnbloek Is 41 years old Ills accounts are
said to be In good shape
Pover, Pel, April I -One ballot xvas
taken to-day for I nlted States senator. It
lesiilted' lligglns, S Addleks, .'., .Masses-.
3. nidgcly, 10, Pennlwlll, 1; .Martin. 1.
I Sena Ynu Comfortliiff "Words
"(errcui. to ous 11.1 srAiiias.)
" Kor years I hail snf
(creil from falling ot tho
womb, iiillaiumatioii of
tlio stomaeli, ami weak
ness oi tnu o
' i useil lyilla
found a perfect
curu In it for
'I am now
tlio change of
life, and taking
Mind it strength-
l ens me. and does
I much good. If Every
woman at this stage
of life would take it, they would llud
much relief"" Sins, Iamu DkCunb.
TRAIN ROBBED IN OKLAHOMA
llMHT lltlt.f) UP A ItOCK MtANP
I'.lllKMint MlAll DOVKtl.
lliere Mere Klghl Mm In the Clang nnd
I hey Hiibbrd the I'lissenicers nf "et
eral Itiiuilrrd Polbirs 1'imso
In Hut Pursuit,
Kingfisher, O. T., April I -(Ppoclnl ) The
south bound Hock Island pnssonger ex
ptcss train, In charge of Conductor Jnmes
Mack, was held up horth of the Cimarron
tlvcr, eight miles from Kingfisher nnd one
mile south of Povor, n water station. Two
of the b.itidltn gnt on the train when It left
tho lank, nnd reached the iiiglnoer by Ihe
limn 11 mile was ttnveled. Tho holdup oc
elli ted nt ll.Ti Wednescfaj In the open
country lit bright moonlight, In n region
where a settlor lives on every quarter sec
tion When the train stopped the passen
gers kvv men llng Hat ngnlnst the itu-li.-ihlctm
nt, who Jumped up nnd made a de
mand on Messenger Jones, of Kaunas City,
to open up. This lie declined to do, when
scvernl vollejs were poured Into the enr
from Winchesters. Jones was shot thtough
tho left wtlst and left leg. lie opened the
door nnd two robbets entetcd. They over
hauled the local safe, but got nothing; of
value 'Ihe thtough safe was closed with
a Hnu -Kick, which he could nol open. The
bandits spent thirty minutes with chisels
nnd tools trlng to force It open, hut had
to give It tip. Then they went through the
tiatti, tubbing all male passengers, but did
not molest women. The tinln was n full
one, consisting ot one Pulhnnn. one chair
car, a day conch, a smoker, nnd two tour
ist cars In tho rear. The tobbers went
through all these di liberate!', except the
Bleipir. The porter had put out the lights
In this, mid the robbers declined to risk cn
ti Hug It,
Px-Cnltid Slates Marshals Grimes, J. P.
Plough, Jou Kaufman and Mr. Coolcv, at
Klngtlsher, were In the chair car When
they cnnic to Grimes, recognition was mitt
till nnd courteous, lioth had In the past
been his prisoners nt Outline when he was
marshal. The men vvete Charles Bailey
iitul Z.v p W.vatt, whose homes are near In
galls, in Payne county. The delay caused
by trlng to open tho safe afford
ed opportunity for tho passengers to
stow away their money and valua
bles What they handed the lohhor
were such amounts as they chose to give
up, Tho coloied porter was forced to
carry a small sack and go in advance.
Pulley kept with him to see that evervhody
chipped In Wyntl held his Winchester
rendv to pick off nnj one w ho mude demon
stnitlons of resistance.
About 3il Was taken fiom the passen
gers, mid several watches. Only one act
ot violence was committed An old Ger
man asliep was wakened by a rap 011 the
luad with n revolver, which made a scalp
wound Tho robbers, after collecting In the
foiward enrs, gnt 0111 and walked around
the sleeper to tho rear tourist car, where
they took up a collection from the tourists.
Conductor Mack was robbed of all of the
funds on his person, his wntth and chain
and Jewelry. The robbers again tried the
express safe, but railed to open It. They
detained the train one hour nnd a quarter.
Not less than seven or eight were In the
gnng as live were counted 1 lug against
the hank when the train stopped, and thorn
were two others forward at the engine.
Thev then left, nil going toward a small
piece of timber. The train came on to
Kingfisher renching here at l'lo this morn,
ing On tho 4:1", a. m train going north
there was a posse of marshals, who had
no trouble In finding- where the gang had
their horses hitched They crossed Turkey
creek bridge, two miles west of Pover. and
tho Cimairon twelve miles west of that,
going toward Plalno county Word re
ceived to-day at noon from tho posse
showed that there were five of the gang
traveling together nnd their trail fresh
The sheriff has information which ho de
clines to make public et. Some of tho
haudils will ho looked for nearer home.
Tho recognition of inlley nnd Wntt nnd
the fact that several well known local
ciooks were together at Kingfisher on
Wednesday morning nearly Hxes tho Iden
tity of the whole outfit.
STORY OF THE ROBBERY.
.1. V. Jones, the Wounded Kxpress -Messenger,
Itelates Ills I.xperlence, Which
11m of a thrilling Nature.
Mr J. W. Jones, the wounded express
iuesengor,returned from the trip last even
ing, and was seen last evening at his home,
Ho Park avenue, bs a reporter for the Jour
nal Ills wound is not serious, and he will
be will again In a short time. The bullet
that struck him was ot large size, and
passed through the left wrist between the
bone., without breaking-either. The Injury
'o the muscles mikes tne wounu verj pain
'ill, and he vvns sulterlng veiy acute pains
last evening, de-pite tne uuera
til use of
anesthetics b his phjslelnn.
e tola a cere Interesting store- of the
rohher and the actions of the robliers.
"We had Just pulled out of Pover, where n
stop was made to take water, and had gone
out for perhaps half .1 mile, when theie
was a shot fired on the engine, and I heard
vobes outside nnd noticed the train was
stopping suddmlv. We were in the Strip,
and I thought of robbers the llrst thing
The safe was locked, and hail nothing In
It worth taking, anyway, hut I turned out
111) lights and got tend for u fight If thete
was tiny show to make It. The train
stopped, nnd then someone shouted for
me to open the door. I went to a small
window- to look out and try to get an Idea,
of how man there were, nnd see what
tho situation was, and If there was nny
show to mike a light and win, I was sit
ting on a box looking out of the window,
with in) Wilu hester across 111) lap. ready,
when they began shooting Into the oar.
Theie was a perfect fusllade at Hrst, nnd
one of the bullets went through my wrist
and disabled ine. 1 saw enough to know
that the gang hnd possession of tho ttaln.
and I eould make; no light, and so I called
out to them that 1 was shut and would get
"I went over to the other side of the car,
opened the door and Jutnptd off the car
As 1 reached the ground one of thr gang
poked mo In the side with a big tevolver
and dtyl) remarked, 'It's d 1 funny that
vou louldn't understand the United States
language. When we told )ou to open the
door, that was tho thing to do. Now, get
under the car und Join our Paris over
"I was compelled to crawl under the
coach, and on the other side I f.ntul tho
engineer. IM Alment, of Caldwell; the con.
ductor, James Mack, of the same place, nnd
tho Hi eman and brakennn, seated on a
log, with some ot the men guarding them.
They were not masked, and were Joking
with the trainmen as Jovially as though
they were nt a picnic,
"while we were seated thero they came
In me and told me. 1 would have to open
the safo In the car. 1 explilned to them
that I could not do an, for tho reason that
it can only bo opened hy the agents ut
the stations where we have business. I
had no lies tn the dial, nnd It was ,-ome-thtng
nut of the question for me to open
Inn safe. They were sntlstled with my
tnlk, and some of them went to work on it
with drills, und worked for over in hour
before they concluded It was trio big a
lob, nnd let It go The safe Is .varrmted
to stand four hours' drilling at any point,
and oven hid they opened It they would
have seemed less than a dozen dollars'
worth ot stuff, as wo are cam, 'pit ro
montj or valuables on Ihe nl-nt pains
south of Wichita.
"There, wern seven men In the gins, and
none, of them wore masks ut any time,
They wore cool in the matter, and took
their time to do the Job, They offered no
violence to anyone, only when they poked
ine with a gun, except with Mail Clerk
Tate, of Wichita, They thot into tho car
and made him crawl out. As he did so he
remarked to one of them that they dared
not Invade tho mall car. or I'nclo Sam
would get after them. One of the nun gave
Tate a stout punch In the tide with bis
gun und rem..-L:ed that he'd tetter not
get gay, or they eoulJ do something to
htm that wouldn't he .1 little lilt funnv.
und Uncle Sam's protect wouldn't mre,
either. The hint was enough to make Tate
keep very still after that.
"After woiklnir on the safe a long time
a couple of the men took the porter and
went through the train. The passengers
had hidden most of their valuables, and
I hoy got possibly J300 in cash und valu
ables They made the porter carry tha
sack for thrm. One nun lost JS5. and moat
all of them saved a nart of tlir cash.
"The gang evidently got on the cur ut tho
tank and captured tne engineer by climb
ing over the tender. He didn't stop as
soon as they wanted him to, and a shot
was III c-d. It was that shot that put me on
my guard, and also called the conductor
out to investigate. There must have been
not less than 100 shots fired Into my car.
The wonder Is that I was not shot nil to
pieces Instead of getting one bullet Hi
''After gettlnsr the cash and dccldlns that
the safe was too big a Job, the gang de
cided to let us go ahead, and Informed us
thai It was time to go and. as we started,
they walked quietly off towards the woods
on tho banks ot the Cimarron river, and
weie lost to view. We ran the train down
to Klngtlsher, and there I got my arm
dressed and bandaged, and took the next
train for home, und let unother man take
the car on down the trip.
"At that point the word was made pub
lic of the robbery, and the sheriff and
United States marshals started out to hunt
the men, with twelve regular deputies and
thre Indian trailers. W beard at Wichi
ta, .what '.the were ea lh trail, and ex-
pect'd to have a collision with thr men
"I thought when I nns shot that im arm
was broken, for that rraron was unable to
make n light. The gang had the train tn
Ihoir power, nnd It wn no "so to make a
light Inasmuch n there was nolhlng In
tho tar Ihe) could tnke that was valu
.Mr Jones has hepn In the cllr. nml run
ning ns a messenger In Ihe service nf the
I'nltod States express rotnpsny for four
Near ,t present he run from this cltv
fo I ort North, Tex, He hsr a wife and two
One nt the Ihindlta Killed.
Wlehlln, Kas , April 4. News was
brought Into Hennessey this evening at 10
o'clni k by one of the pose pursuing the
train robbers of a light between Ihe rob
bers and deputy sheriffs on the Clmarton
river, The pursuing parts, under the com
mand of MHrshal Mndsen came upon tho
robbers its they wore htinllng n crossing
and Immediately opened Hro, killing one
robbtr and wounding another. The rob
hers were taken unawares and fired nf
random on their assailant". jil bitting
one of thorn. Tho robbers then leiok to the
brush nnd marshals were sent to cut off
nil avenues of escape. The dend man was
recognised txs H)lv, ono of the robbers
that made an unsuccessful attempt to ton
this same train at Pond Creek, O. T, one
Jear ago. Ho vvns capturrd. but subse
quent!) made his escnpe, pending his trial
Sljva's body ws brought Into Hennessey
at II p. m.
The deputies Ihnt brought In the body
think there Is no doubt but what all will
be captured or killed, ns the men In pur
suit are fully determined to rid this sec
tion of this gang.
It VVn Itnltlrsnnke It II t.
Wlehlln, April 4 A sjclnl to tho Pagle
from Hennessey at midnight snr that thn
dead robbtr has been Identified positively
as itattlf snake Hill, a notorious outlaw
and not "Slyva."
MET BY VETERANS.
Continued From Pace 1,
saw nt the dedication of Chlckamnuga bat.
tleileld Into a national pirk. President
Cleveland and members of both houses of
congress nnd cabinet members, as well as
notables both military and civil will be in
the procession and will otherwise pirtlcl
p.tte In the ceremonies of the occasion
which Company A has been selected to
lead. After the ceremonies at Chlckatmu
g.t and the attending celebrations are over
at Chattanooga the veterans will visit the
great Cotton Stales exposition at Alana,
Ga. From here they will go to Augusta,
to Charleston, to Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tallahassee, Mobile, Montgomery. New Or
leans, Vlcksburg, Memphis nnd home. At
nil of these cities Invitations have nlreadv
been received by Company A for Itself and
Its tr.llnlo.nl of honorary members to be
come guests ot G. A. it. nnd ex-Confedcr-nte
Associations, it Is to ib-fra.v some ot
the expenses of this trip that Captain Ta)
lor and his officers and men secured the as
sistance of General Gordon and his lectuie
at the Auditorium to-night Is for the bene
111 of that movement.
Will 111! Hipt lln.y To-dn.
General Gordon will be kept busy receiv
ing his honors to-day If he unlerlnkcs to
enjoy all tho hospitality that Kmin.s CH) -tins
have planned for Ills entoxtitinmen'.
Judge Turner A. GUI. of the court of ap
peals, and Mrs. Gill, will throw thur
beautiful home at the corner of Troo-t
nvenue and Twent) -eighth street opei nt
1 30 o'clock for n reception In honor of tne
great war veteran on liehnlf of the
Daughters of the Confederal). At 3
o'clock General Gordon will be uken In
hand by the members nnd honor.ir) mem
bers of Veteran Co A, and will be driven
about the city In carriages with a nuniDer
of the city otllclals This fore.ioon at 30
o'clock General Gordon will wtt ihe e
change building-, nnd for n half an hour
will he cnteitaincd on 'change, v 1 ere ho
will mike a short adrcss to the bulls nnd
bears in the pit. To-night he will be es
cotted 10 the Auditorium bv a mllitniy es.
cort,, passing from his citrlagc "through
tho lines" of the lllue and thcGiay ns he en
ters the Auditorium doors. On 'ho stage
will mingle all the leading -.eterans ot bo.h
armies in this section, while veteran Co
A will lie there In full strength to enliven
tho scene with blue uniforms and brass
lie option nt .Fudge (.Ill's Itesbleilce.
The Paughters of the Confederacy will
meet their friends at a reception to be
given In honor of General John P.Gordon at
the residence of Hon. Turner A. Gill,
Twent) -eighth nnd Troost, this afternoon,
between tho bouts of 1 30 and 3 o'clock All
old or former members are specltlly re
quested to meet with them, each bringing
a friend. The ladles of tho auxllliry of
the ex-Confedetult. Association nre like
wise cordially Invited to be present.
GIFT FOR LICK OBSERVATORY.
Mr. Crnssley, nr Ihiglund, Will Present Ills
Magnificent III llectlng 'Jellseope to
That Inst it lit lull. '
Kan Jose. Cal April 4 Tho directors ot
the I.Ick observatoty to-day received a tele
gram which announces that the Hon. 3M
ward Crossley, lRi w -mbcr of parliament
for Halifax. Engl proposes to present
to the Lick observatory his great three
foot reflecting telescope-with Its dome nnd
apparatus, Mr. Ctossley, himself an en
thusiastic astiotionier, mikes no condition
to his gift, except that his telescope, when
set up on Mount Hamilton, shall be called
the Crossle) re Hector, and that the expense
of transportation of the instrument and
dome from Ktiglnnd to California shall bo
borne by the Americans
The splendid Instiument which Mr. Cross,
ley offers Is well known to nstronomers.
It was made by Mr. A. A Common, of
London, and for the magnificent photo
graphs made by It Mr Common received
the gold medal of the lto)ul Astronomical
It Is a groat compliment to the I.Ick oh
scrvntor) that Mr. Crossley has selected it
to receive his gift, and It Is n practical
tecognltlon of the fact that California Is
the Ideal climate for making nstronomcal
observations, 111, has been fully shown by
the experiences of the past seven venrs
The uddltlon ot this great rettector to the
equipments of tho Lick observatoi v, which
already possesses a great three foot re
flector, maks this Instrument and outfit
of Mount Hamilton superior to nny ob
servntory In the Western continent. Tho
cost of demounting the rellector and dome
in Unwind, and transporting them to Call
fornla (only the most Important parts of
tho framework of the dome will he re
quired here), nnd of erecting the complex
anaratus at Mount Hamilton, will be about
$i,noo. This must bo raised by subscription
In America before Mr. Crossle) 's generosity
can bo definitely accepted.
The official forecast for to-day Isi Mis
sourl, showers, w minor In western portion,
colder this evening and decidedly colder
to-morrow morning. Kansas, cloudy,
with showers, probably turning to snow
Hurries; much colder this evening The
highest temperatuie esterday was 7il dig
and the lowest 41 deg. rollowlng is a. rec
ord of last nlsht'h observations;
Station. It.ir Temri
iriv wrieiuis, ,,. ....
Concordia. ,, ,, ,,
Podge City ,
Helena , .,,
St, Louis ,,,.,
Kansas CIt ,
30 OS M
, :-o si i,
, 30 10 (.1
'-NJ S I 33
30 41 1,3
..,..,?! (2 m
23 I Z 4-;
Iluii't wnlt until ju nre idek Leforo trytug
Little Carter's Liver I'llU. hut e'et a vUl a
once. You can't take them without beaettu
.Mlt.ourl Dot tor. itt bedulli.
Sedalln. Mo.. April i. tSpe;l il ) Tha
quarterly meettnu of the Central Idatilit
Medlcnl Society of Mla-siurl, vvhlli was
held here to-day, bb largely attended Or,
C W, Head, of Windsor, prebldod In ihe
nhsence of 1'resldent Coopar, of Iluonvllle,
Tha following papers were road and dis
cussed: "Diseases of Memory," Dr. V, O. Hun.
Ian. Hoilalla; "How I Treat t'lcnjp," lir. O.
I'.Kernold.Ivnoh Noster: "lteiort of Cases,"
J-'l, r,, j , luucr, nc.iuii.ii lllllllj liinil."
Dr. J. S. llurke. California; "Antl.Toi
Ine," fr. V. J. Ferguson, Sedallai "Pur
purea Hemorrhagica Simplex, i JJr. J. I.
f.tijuors fur Kuiua..
Shipped dally In secure packages hy
UUOKQK KVSSIU.L. Druggist.
Opposite malting room, Union depot.
A Uriel btrlko ut ht. Joseph.
St. Joseph. Mo., April .-(Speclul.) One
hundred girls emplojed In thu shirt depart,
ment of Wood's overall factory, In this
city, struck to-day at noon, on account of
a 10 rent reduction made In the price paid
per dozen for the manufacture of shirts
A cuminlttfe waited upon the manager and
explained to him that they could not ac
cent the reduction. rointiraml.n ii.,m
affwle.l 1,1 tha nrlPA li tn.- ri.u,l . Aa.,.a I
...- iliT.n nnil Ihe KnAfl nt ilia ...iaI.i ...... I
Increased K0 stitches per minute, u'ur I
uiuu mis sMiAt.a hs'"!' (vauiuva jvvrtf. j
rrui Mandolins are
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In Ills New
CHRIS -AuNTD LEIST-A..
nitT TIME Iir.KK
JIOYT'h IIKST t'OMKUV,
Hcsorred Seats Mc, Tftc, Jl.oa
i, t:t 3Tnrlu lliirrnughs.
A '1 rciiimcloui hurctarf
Iliiuiin .l wn ts l'l.i ,t it.
Ola MMM-FAM MOKKIS.
Souse. TilO WaiUlCI'ing JOW.
MRS. BALLINCTON BOOTH.
Tickets for Mrs. Hooth's ltieetlUKs nt the
Auditoiiutn, Wednc'sdas, April 10th, nt 3
nnd 7 ii j. m., can he uutaineel at tho fol
WVv'lnir places. Jenkins' Soijr jruslc Store'.
ArniTOItll'M. SIS Am. Bank hldn . Mrs.
.1 noutrelt's. 1016 Central St.. Mr Dr. Ito-
pors, Summit St., nnd .Mrs. G. V.V. Tullcr, In.
(i ner.il Admission -------- lOe
Jt crw d iiinhrroit Sciitft - - - finonntl "Ac1
Oldest and Original
io West Ninth St., Kansas City.ftlo.
Loading and Successful Specialist la lllood
Nervous and Urinary Disease.
M:iiV(iL-. lii.iiti,! i, with Its man
gloomy symptoms, cured
I.U" VIIAI.I IV permanentlr restored.
HVrilil.ts cured for life without mercury.
UlUNAItV IMSKA-ii;-, cured nulckly aM
WIIKN ALL OTIIKIts TAIL consult Dr. II
J. Wbittler and lecolvo the candid oplulon ot i
Physlcliu of experience, skill and Integrity Na
promises made that cannot he fulfilled.
.Mi:iile.l.M.s lurnlshed at small cost, and
sent anyivhere seated. Treatment MSVEli
t-l.M '. . I).
1'ltlli: consultation and urinary analysis,
Gil in K to health and mergencles, sealed,
L,x-L,1-i for u cents sumps. Illauks Fret.
Call or address In confidence
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
10 Wet Mutlist., UA.NtiAbUll.-V, HI)
roil lUTIIKU SKX.
Thin rrint-dt lit-lnir in.
Jeeted dlrertly tu the
houi or IIiom- UlneiiHoq
ii r Ihe- (.rniliflli'Iiiursj
OrgaiiH, rijulrvM ua
chitiito of diet. Cure
irunruiitr-r-il In 1 to .1
nut m. oiiuall plulii nuck.
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mr h .Mw. rsillll fin
Federmann & Hallar, Druggists and Sole
Agent. tHH Main Bt.. Kansas Cltv. Mo.
Our Dr. Jenkins
Rupture Curo Is
the gnly safo
means of u curu
for this iireiidful
malnily, Ko pain,
no elutuntion from
method ih new and
fclentlllo anil is
approved by tlio
best medical au
hew Itldge lllilg.
Drs. Cartlich & Nichols.
A pure antiseptic,
Soap for daily use.
TA.. a .f intltjitlnns.
XfrUUIlO f"J tv
A book on Dermatol.
y Tuuvvvcf ,!,,
y -MfcjiT-s- ,-a
popular instruments. Wo make
tliern aim wo Fee to 11 mat oiyy "
best material and workmanship en
ter into their construction. Prices
, are right lower than far inferior
' ..... ... .. ,.. .. !..., hmIh IfSe
instruments am uciiuw
921 Main Street. P
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(In rfcot, cut nr .nflmmitnrTCMr-nomt
tf r how bad or refund! ihe monrr. And. more t na
thAii t win riip a'vof.ir iit ce of rheumitlMn
thaUhHtrratmpnt will uotliflporcure
It plica relief from tne flrM, and checkt the
feter rapidly eten rne dote will ptr relief, and
r-wdofwl pltodrclded relief. It aubduca
thevaln anl PweUlLff In th Joint, tnorement
ircomecay in four or fire days and aemnplete
cureln ibnutn week- otten In r Mmrtertlmp,
Tlie above (k thouiunlond wonderful action of
the treatment. a hurdredof canes can teatlfy,
hundred of letter? In my roeMlon will ahow,
and Mail will prove. Infact, loo much cannot be
ffltdlnltpralc, an It I'nntiurnhiiftandttlBnotA
cure for noy dUeae except rhcumatlim. Statu
jour cafe and aend for Urms. Bcnl atampt for
circular, wnicu win gnc mil purucu
Coniultatfon free, personalty or by I
letter van on or ruutcm,
104 W. 9th, Kansas City, Mo
A reduction in the subscrip
tion price of the Kansas
City Journal to io cents
a week delivered by
carrier, or $4.00 a
year by mail.
1 'Phone 250.
IOUMIAT LAST! M1W LIFK, KM1KGV
AM) ll.Olt roil .11 AM I
DR DII LAP'S, of PARIS, FRANCE,
"N13W Lira PILLS" for hoth old and
oung men. Give now life, vigor and en.
ergy. A positive nnd guatanteed lemcdy
for Tailing Memory, Sleeplessness. Nightly
Amissions. Nervous Debility caused from
over-exeitlon. Youthful lit 1 or In early life,
and Inveterate use of tobacco or other
stimulants. Gives vigor and size to shrunk
en organs. This wonderful und most pow
erful remedy Is sold on a written guaran
tee to absolutely cure or money refunded.
Price, SI box: 6 boxes, $5. Prepared by the
world renowned nnd famous Ktench physi
cian and surgeon. Dr. De Lap, of Paris.
For sale only by JOHNSON UROS..
Druggists nnd Chemists.
1107 Mnln St., Kansas City, Mo.
Solo ncents for United States. Mall or
ders promptly attended to.
SOMUTHING WHONG-If tha Paint on
jour house cracks, blisters or rubs off.
Don't run any risk, but buy your Palm.
irnlsh, Ulats, etc, at tho Leading Houst
In Knnsns City, and get Just what you
pay for. '
5Vi.-V.JI.I.T.0.,,KSp'A,NT OI'ASS CO.
IWI.ISO,, Walnut St. Telephone ItUL
Agents for Sherwln-Wllllatns' Paint.
Tent & Awning Go,,
nf Awnings of all kinds. Tents
ut all kind.. Hug., l'auliut,
Coters n( all kinds. Head for
prlie-.. Trlephmiu 1014.
lou We.t Klghth St
Trade Mark ltrgl.trred. Sold Only hj
R.E, McDowell, 56 City Market,
THU OIL THAT I.IIIIIUUATKS MOST IS
uTi.L JllAL'l'AC'nJt:D hv
VACUUM OIL GO.
llut to buy It-and you will get It lain
original packages-go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
2u0 second-hand tents for sale cheaD nit
s zes. almost new. ain i..r,. .r".a.p' a't
40 ftet. CO feet; W'feel. 70 feet and 100 feel
MB JOUKNAli, lOo VM.
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