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THE KANSAS CITY JOUKjNTAL. SUNDAY. APIUK7, 1805.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise,
CClBj MlMllUltj $ f ,, i1,! ' t 7n e in
lrr-Ti ,,HM Tri mm
tntnnir In and
nnifniiirr tliptr I
tin tin trr tiiatllutn
In linni llr lo.
I!rxurr uf L III tip
Innk mrr nnr Mink,
' r-'IA Oil Minn lull At
BELLE" VIEW I
, ! enli, hilinio 0
S. N. iinpMjD i Son,
C bamtrr or l o'n. IllJa
on: oi it . .
KW I OCATION.
IS47 Mlmiriit i ,ifi
CkJ Work it
vj t niiADicc n w rcttq
lit ii yuniiLuoi ui i, uuiiui
1 Itcrr iirul
Justice of Hit IVacf,
1 mti unit
Mlnui sutn rr.
I led stable.
The lest and safest
Hans. it all hours.
Horei well cited tor
performed w .1 linn t
lmlillrltv- If reuuistrd !
I I0(t Nnrlh Mill St. I Colim tlous n si cd.iliy
U L F ' S
I'or the next Mxu
I'm 1 wiii I.aiuuuy
Lart Curtains at -i
tipleie. or 'h per fair
II. I . 11 1 1,1 . I'nip,
ntii .v n,ip m...
lellli-us I II v. Kitliil.
t k r I itut ii I It ItMi;,,
Iir.il Kiiiitt, Kfiit ii
nnl Xoi!j Apeiit. hive
omn IIp1 In rlt rt
!ty and acre provrrty
We -taut more toupn
to rent, as iho dmimd
trMMriili, the Uint
up 1 1 lorn, .iiirl blood
in rl'ler on tin i'i.irut
Tih'L.t Minn. A,..
1'OinSMOITK iNViis-nir.xr cu.
Ottii or litiinf I In Ir It iru ilimt
r, t Kim n'latrc, Ml ft ground, line loeitlen,
pr , "ij
7-r i nn two ntorv hpuse, fi ft ground
fpI. n.ll I l.i. ill n. jirti f St i
C-r. mi hoii-i- r.n ft ttrounJ 4 lilo lis of oar
lin. pii.f '
I 111 4i: l!i: 11 vnOAINS. an-1 have a
Imok full ' them Se its bt fore ou bu
T. liph t n J"
S removed trom the Chamber
S oi Commerco to the first lloor
H of the Columbia Building at
J Sixth street and IIinnoeota
Complete New Stock.
WHAT CASH WILT., BUT
Monday. April Sth onl. Don't mls this
chance. -Mondaj, April th:
Tresh country pkss, per doz J 10
L'7 ltn juK.ir 1 W
11 lbs tupar (lth order) SO
Arbuckle paokaKO coffee M
Lion iMikiirfe colTfe . .., ii
A full linn of chase Sinborn's bulk
cotfpes at the lowest nrlces.
1'otatoes, Colorado, nreeley. per till. ..
lotatoe. fancy Northern, table, per bu
Potatoes, homo Krown, per bu
Potatoes, f.Aet, per bu
Parsnips, per bu
21ees, per bu
Apples, fienlteny, per peel;
Apples, Genlteti". silect. per peck
OratiKes, per do., 10c to
unsT n.ouits viniv cunAP.
3W lbs 11. T. Dtvls White liaf
3m lbs tjuetn of the Pantry
Ji" lbs lieauty I'ttent
jno lbs KtralKht floods. Patent
ItI lbs Itoe of Kansas
1(4 lbs White Itolt M
jki ins liouien t.asie
:fti Ui3 Sunilower tl'amily)
Ii-J lbs Uoin Pedro (Tamlly)
Oi.rn, per can
Cirn. Vinton, 2 cans
' orn, Maine, 2 cans
Tomatoes, Gold Coin, " cans
Tomatoes, Lafayette, 3 cans ...
p. i hes, Cal. bem CIUik, In siup,
. . uns . . ...
p i' bes, Haltltnore 3 ans . . .
AtUiots, Cal, In syrup, cin,
Salmon, p. r an
Fa mon, AVatren's Al
Mondaj. April S nnl Daruaimi
r.itni(h IU st quil!t of gojds s 1 1
thr loM'5t prlub for ( SJI.
414 Mitittcsotn Ave.,
KANSAS CITY. IvANSAS.
IliiriM.t) AND MAN), I.I I).
A fltult; rartiier Hr.fli.s Injurle That
.till) Prove I .it.il.
Will Spencer, a joimj,' farmer llvinc at
fi k. Mile, met with i horrible uccldent jes
ter lay mornln,-, which will. In all probabll
itj lesult ill hlfc death He was at work
jiuvvlm; In a field near the IMiallel ruad
v. h a mule team, will h he bought a few
iluv-, ago at the ctock jards. He had the
lined wranned ef tltrhltv nrniinit hie
ivrtste. Th mults beiame trlghtened and
Its beiame trlghtened and! " iana yuj, jio . oin
lift the tlel.1 and started .5f btau?" ATtirdTwu
?.;J ".i1.! r',l""f. 'nlle.,fcr,h'n'mocratllrstookl.nr
ran away. They
down a iross roai
Ihn rilmlv r.i.Kl. Thi. Iin. w... H-,1
tic-litiv jrounil s.ien. . Cvrii ihu h..
u .fViumi all trie fvvuC V firmer Vinm.d
..JH.l,lr'.,K1:-'11' 'te v.ui r "rmer narmd
i""". ,"r."-.""q -w5s.n '' 'y '0"'.itun Miller to Wasbinc-ton hn w.,n. ', Th
ia.,Kled up in a bafbwlro fence" and The Lan '" be not .n Tie" I? wai'iAt. o,m ,i 1?
iiroKtr.tle lioilv of riiienitr Ivinii on ih.- Ln"ii . noi inu If, It Wan Klm oiu that
JffS In d."- B?? w as" in' alj "uconsVloiis fr'ThVJhi'VJSSlSS wVm0'! 1&JW2
.wiirtltlon. A messenuer was tent to the city ".,; '''). .M'0 'J "ill ""," a, HP f l'?'0 "e
lit once- for Dr. Luti. ix-iioIIcb siirc-eon. ''lr.'J.. " '".Me of this clly all of tho leail-
lr' in int nidrKHi. iniiitfi inn tntnn ri.im
... , .
iiiai ma mki'i . ' mp iuiii i uiiil'li-irty uii
uinl hl skull fractuitd. Hesldes thi, he
was liadly bruin d about the body The
ebed his In.Mrles and did every.
thint' pokslblt ti relieve him of pain. Dr.
Hiiemer was removed io hU ham. ."K imsinehs men sent leucw. to WiiBhlnit.
. upon examination, It was found that !i, ,p i ,i,,,. In''1' ,'! i, ne ,cla"e-1 Trioy
arms were broken below the elbows. &"$? ,hl ' ,'he1 ."oUt r"' 'pc-.it.-4l
,,(.. vi,.i.. ..... ir...i.. , In Kannas Cltv. K.is . am! the nnhtii luici
l.ut. stated lasi evening that thc-r was "I"1 ''nltliinH that can be done to prevent
only a slUht chance of reeovcrj i'"" chanite belntr made will be done The
bpencer was married last Christmas and f;"mg0 would vvoik a Kre.it har.Uhlp to
he rent.d farm at Six .Mile a short tlma 'Sf pl' of this plnce At the- present
ago, He was .it work on the farm when this is a llm-class poktolllct. Jf the stock
Hie accident took plait. The mules were rd business Is taken awaj ii will be
bidly cut by 'hi barbed wlro and one of 'pine a- second-class otilivs althoiiuh. the
them will have to be killed. i'U i the larjfest In the stati- This will
Cl.y I ,!.., I.I.N It.pll.-,.
Heavy tratllc, the ln,ttor ami myself
tiok parlleilUr pains io carefullj inpe-t
anil tesi in Oll.n, mm n-i xv tun oifes
ks poslhle vvoulil go In. We expected sumo
bad brick to escape notice, otheiivise it
would be useless to require a xuarantee
Mr Wheelei's attack on this line Is en
tirely out of pl.t'O. for, like too manj
others, he vlndbtlvily condemns ome one
else's n ilk without investigating; or taring
to investigate 1U qualltlm "
In llui i'olitw I'.iUrU
Tho new city attornej-. Thomas A. I'ol-
Io k. tried hi first iw In the police court
yesterdaj-. A. J Heynolds. a barber,
yesterdaj-. A. J Heynolds. a barber,
nhareeil with stealing Its worth of barbvrs'
r.lH from William Hvan. was fined Vii.
Y' It. Jlaktr, marged with assaulting his
wife, hud his trial continued until -Monday,
J W. Ivenaj-, cnargeu wun varauvj, aio
. ... ...... .Im.,,.
MLa U laCl llUUUUSbU.
"Ills Insinuations about Jame street pav. change If It is made will demolV'a ,y,l
ine brlngh to mind some othrr parties 'who workinB force of the' loVil oXT it vtm
know more about brick paving than th.y c iW carrli force to be reduced is
Uo about thtlr own business, and I wish t.t well as the cUrKil force The S will
state that the bnk oJa,n street a, t "ffj i ulber a Carriers oVcfe,"'"
ui tood a any made In th West, or th.y ho.vever. until one- jear trim July Htens
would not have gone down. DuriiiK the tttll i,B''t,lkeli ,lt n,4 wlh a iev J
conitructton of that work, in view of the .hih.. n,. .,.,, ,....,, ?.e... v...,'
E. S V7 ibiaOTJGI-HlT.
"W"nr to IUmm I Ity IMimliiff .11111,
(Hi M.. Cor. Oakland Ave
rlrplionn 1 113.1. KANss; It 1 V, HAS.
WINDOWS, DOORS. MOLDINGS,
H.'iiUI.ii nnd llMl SAW ISO nn.l TritNINU
Hf nnlii' n Spitliltr of vtnlr llulldlng,
It ink ( utiiiti I- iiikI otlln- I Itliirrs.
lir ('mint m.l
It r Milppod
'1 he "Jmrt Order
Kverythliii clei au
neiL Hrtmemul" I Mm.
pt ijn fititll -oclmk
018 Mlnnrnl4 Ar.
(lni.il. I nnillcs.
f Gutters Leak
Sihand Unnesota Ar.
I IVCll. . .
At I imtst Prices.
ultl Minnesota c.
!" ;;,! "".Clean Houso.
..). I l'utotinew 'Vlllpi-
7he Leader of Leaders
IliiK l.injiloy only llrst ..mtnn I
clinw .rlit.ien tg mi tnn I
I llin Minr I'liliiln U UU I I I IA. I
unit T.imt or
' tf p lltUITC
W . I. W Pi I I H.
I 51 nil,.Mt.i AM-, i ftr tVerf b, Carrier
A Oo candle
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Gas Co.
lit. l.MIUI. llualailllM
HE WILL NOT HURRY
jimnii rttw wir.i, iaiik m tiiii:
IN MAKI.MI AriM)IT1ti:.STS.
BUSINESS MEN ARE OBJECTING.
Tin: poi.iri: citMjn,iioNi:its i:xpi:oi
io m: Ki:Ai'riiiMi:i).
I'llclllFrr W. II. Hall, of llin i-ir York I.lrn
llulldln. I.(i.s nil Arm Wiintrtl n
Chrnp .llnrrl it:.' I Ii ruse Imp. r-
unn itcil an tllllc. r Utlirrev.
Major Tnlss will not likely make any
appointments for a couple of weeks. He
will not tako tliK m.itu r up until ho be
comes thorotiKhl aciiualntcd with the
clt)'s affairs and llnds out Just what Is
ncLiled. He slated xsterrtay that he ln
tendtd to devote the net two sen" of
hU life to the people of this city and that
ho would endeavor to Kle them a ffood,
clean, business-like ndmlnlsti.ulon. "I
will cut the evpenses wherever 1 can,"
said he, "without Injuring' the city. I
want to eioi.omle in eer way possible,
but do not imend to injure the town by
loInK no There ale num. p. ople who lo
not a Kite, with in. probably as to what
etiiiuunj meant.. 1 do not want to run the
Uu miserlv, but what inonuv is spent 1
w int thi tiij to cet Its full wilu.-."
lh. major aiud hi would outline a. policy
at tin luntlni; of the council TitLSday
ivenins He h.iH hud manj applivatiuns
for position, but he said jesterday that
b. had nut mve nj of ihum conflderation.
"rherp have been no promise moJe," said
he 'and I piopoie to take my time in
makliiK elt i lions I want to get the vcrv
bet.t men tor Hie places. 1 presume I wlit
uffinl nome of my frl.ndb, but they must
r,iiifinb. r that ihere are a t'reat many
.ippii.aniH for oai.h plan, and that It will
be Impohslble to Kive all of them places."
JIL'IM.ss .llll.N OlIJIXT.
J)u .Not Want llio C. k VuriU 1'ii.st.it lluiil
nii. 'laki n rroui I bU t Itj.
The now., published In the Journal jes.
terduy from WathlnKton, D C , to thr
elf ect that llio postal liUBiiuisnt thi stork
JUIds Would be taken awnv fiom ,,
Kansas Cltv. Kis. iioslnfth a nn.l i..Mi.. ,n
I l,1.e Ivinfcas Citj, Mo. olllce, created mueh
the bukineuH men
vas mad. whtn the
i':.""v""?.'"r' .'"" .".""" ul '' 'U
K"-f nmnni to nave mil tnanife made, but
.lhe ' members of (oi)Kr.. chicked
t, nur nlr ,m. ,.,.., vi.lt of c.iih.
!... ..... . " . . " " '
.. . . ...-I i. . L. "- .......
" nalurillj bclonired to this ltj, Afte
H' ' .".'.".''.r .'!,i Jr0,l,l'1'1 ''"t time it wai
. 1,'..'?u,;nt ,n1 " would not iome up again.
I 'ne n, Jemcraai was a great surprle
iiiaijrc ii e.eeeuiniy uillicim lo Secure a
'J?""'""."? J'TJ.J'!' ' .'.",-..!."
.-,- --,,..., ...-;..-- w. IIMO 'l I lll"
,,, to thi KnViii Clt Mo, oliLt
Altt: Mir AI.AItVIKIl,
The Membirs iif tin- 1'nllto lloirit
In lln JCiuppolulid.
The members of the police botrd do not
seem alarmed over the prospects of losing
their jiU'-en 'ihi gov.rnor is n quired to
appoint a new board the .. onU Tuesiay
of every odd numbered jear, and mxt
saveral persons who are In favor if .iiAn,,i
iiies'iiy is vne nine. 41 is rMone! that
running here have been In Topeka litely
urging the governor to change the board.
urging the governor to change the board
but. from 1 ruliable sour. e. it u 1.11-nu.
that thi tiresent commissioners will i rc.
appointed, .Secretary Daniels was not even
aware that the appointments were to )m
inane ini tpring, legit-niay n was, en. I
I e.ua la auKlng- csui i-,ls for Lb- i . i
inaue iiik vpring, 1
li.iiurlln m .Iflni, n.i'
2 00 Wfii r " S)
i . i Kji
Il "men whose terms of onieo expire Tucs
da. All of the new men will be retained
11 I n few- of the old ones. The sei re
tiM tall, when njked nbout the nppolnt
in. tit of a new board, thnt he lind hot
I. 1 tin the law In the matter, and he
th nixht he had In tter flop lining out com.
inlsiions, for f. nr that they mlRhl tiosslblv
b revoked by the now board. As he rtld
thi he gave 1 twinkle of his left cje, nnd
th-i lesiitned the work of r.llllig out tho
DHJI.CTIlll 111 IIIK IMtltiR.
A Kansas Clly, .Mil, Couple Mnntcd to
I tiilinmlo 1111 the I. dense,
,.?,,r ." 'V.liebel, nged 12 years, and Miss
I.IM 1,-t Iihiiiii, aged So jetrs, both of
Kansas City, Mo., were married liv Justice
Snuiglcj jtsterdiy afternoon. They np
p;ind it the court house almut 2 o'cloik.
'I he brlde-ekit remained In the halt while
mi- uo-ior wuit into the protnte judges of
II e to get n llcinse. He nked the Judge
Htt a llr-enre cost nnd was told t2fto.
'rlial's too much these hard times," ,aid
ii-. Linn juu come uown a niiiei jne
Judge told him that he lould not "Well.
I will have to si-e the woman about It,
ill he, nnd he wnlked out Into the hall,
lie foon returned and told the Judge that
the woman raid the prbe was too high
and ttsked him to reduie It. The Judge re
piled that If the price was too intlrh he did
not have to get a license there. This talk
Fomenhat frightened the tiinu and he Went
nut ogaln nnd saw his Intended. He was
not gone long until he c-ime back nnd said
he guessed he would tako the license,
"tllva me the imm," said the Judge.
"Thi re they are," said the min, as he
linndi d .ttiilite Angle n tnrd The Judge
looked nt Dip card very eloelv. It read
"Dr. II A. Lebel, corns, bunions, warts
nnd mules extracted without pain. Chll-
bliliis nnd IticrovUng mils treated without
piln Hp'il.illst, surgeon -mil chiropodist"
"I do not see the name of the woman
here " jnld thr Judge. "Oh, that's on the
other side," n pllod the doctor fo It was
The license was Issued and the couple went
direct to Justice Swlngley's olllce nnd had
the connubial knot tied The Judge said
he Intended lo keep the card as a souvenir.
1 be lie it 1'slnlii .VIiu i:ipcrt.tu Do n Good
Itlisluest 1 his i;isoii.
The real estate men are feeling very
r-od over the prospects of a lively busf
tu i this gtaoii Alreniiy a number of
t- lies have been made, und the Indications
(ire thnt things will be more lively than for
the past live jenis. There Is considerable
building going on, and the local architects
sav that thij are having many Inquiries
for plans, i spprlallv for residences W. JJ
Hauls, ihe arehltii-t III the Columbia
bull, lire, s ited jesterday tint he had been
k' pt quil. busv for the past month, und
Unit or .-rs wire coming in rapidlj He
bis piiptred plans for a fine residence
a tnn Ine -ilate line, and the Mctlrew &
Win son block, at tho i orner of Seventh
sue. t mi" Minnesota avenue. He Is now
working on plans for residences for W T.
M Hinder and Wes hmlth, nt the corner of
Ninth street und Harnett nvenue.
Till'. MiVV .ILM'ICi:.
lie Mill Take Possession nf Ills llmro ext
Mi dm sililj.
Justlie Swlngley will turn over his of
fice iut Widmsday lo his successor,
ii orge Hughes, who was elected last Tues
il.iv. Mi Hughes has appointed llnrry An
cleison as his cb rk Justlie Swlnglej and
his cleik. Prank Hokomb, will engage In
tile wholes ile commission business at
Thiid street and Minnesota avinue. The
Justke said yesterday that thej intended to
handle everj thing sold on ommlsloii.
"Whv, sir," said he, "we have Just plated
an order for P) dozen a handles. We
don'i propose to use them; we expect to
tell them '
Justlie Hetts nnd Justice Sims will suc
ceed themsilvis They will not appoint
any clerks, as thej- sav thej- would rather
do all the work thimseives
iMi'iiKMiN.v'iiiii .x orritiiut.
.1. W. Ivorj lliirgid Willi crirtbliig the
I'liiki-ts of a miilier of Cltlitlis.
J. W. Ivoiy was arrested Prldaj- by S?p"
clnl Olllcer Williams In the Missouri Pa
cille rallroid jards on a i h irge of tres
passing Ivoij was Impersonating an of
lleei when arrested He would "".op people
passing through tin vards TTiiti search
tnctn on pretence nt cair.ving out orders
for the compnuj He told otllier AViltlams
that he asked the people for a cigar or a
cigarette and upon ihelr lefusal he search
ed thtm His case was continued bj- Po
lice Judge I.eeland until Wnlnesdnj, In
order to get the persons he held up to ap
pear against him
louciir v i:it A WOMAN.
Mill Conn w right's Pare llully Dlsllgnreil
bj And-. .In Icon Mllli.i linlfi.
Will Courtw right and Andy Jackson, two
residents of ' .Mississippi town," bee-line
involved in a fight jesterdaj over a wom
an who is being courted bv thtm. Jack
son was getting badlj won-ted when he
chew a knife and cut Courlw right badly.
Ills nose was severed and his right cheek
was cut wide open from the mouth to the
ear. The lower part of tin tight ear was
cut off and a deep gash was cut In the
left breast H-PolIie Surgeon I-utz was
called and dressed the wounds. It took
lorty stitches to pati h Courtwtlght up.
aim: Mil or
Mbj- Henry laibliert .loli' an Ovirioat
I rom I lir.-nie -sti-uart.
Henrj' I.ubbert an emploje at Armour's
pai king plant, was amsted jesterdaj- on
a state watrant on the ch.uge of stealing
an oveicoat fiom Olnienie Hlevvart, I.ub
bert, when bronchi betore Justice Swing
les, acknowledged his guilt und was sen
trnml to Jail for slty dajs ritewatt was
also imploved at Armours paiklng plant,
l.ubbiii made tlie exi iiHe for stealing the
eoat that he mis afraid of the rain.
A t'luis int I'artj.
A pleasant parly was given last Wednes
day evening at the home of Herald Han
nun, on Noith i'lflli street, In honor of his
21st blrthduy. Music, games and dancing
weie ihc amusements of the evening until
a late hour, when an elegant lunch was
served. Those present were Messrs. and
Mesdatnes W, Taylor. Nelson, O'Grady,
Hlsworth, Woodrulf, James Hmlth. Uono
hue, C. Perrj-, it. Sheerer, J laisltej, M.
McLaughlin, Knusus Uil, Mo, 1. union,
C Uribeiir, Kckhnrd, T. vlnj- Marmnduke,
.Simon, Finklestlne. Krldlej-, M. bhine , Tot
','.17, 1, Smith and Mole-algal, Misc. s
May Ilaunon, i.illle llannon, Kale
Toohey, Annie O'Oiadj-, Nina. Top
litr .Muinte Miller, .losk Miller, Anna
Sleightum. mma Anderson, Kmma I'nii
naburry, of HigBinsvllle, Mo , Dolly Con
Ion, Nellie C'onlon, Lizzie Powell, Aggie
MU'uitv, .eiut Honolulu, Abble Credon,
ltose White-, Annie Hanks, l.lda McCarty,
MiiKSle Keith. Daisy Vlekers, Sadie Par
kei, Mamie McOee and Keglna llannon,
Messrs Prank Sheildan. IJdvvlu Hush,
Hany Tooliej, Will Powell, Joe Hannors,
John llannon Will Murphy, Hddle llan
non, CI Hid Klrkbrlde, 1M M. Sweim-j, y
Duck, Pied llalle-v, Joe l.allj, 1'red Ilellly,
1'rel Dieese, Hurt hiuitn, John Smith,
Chiules Veidon, Dan Mosgrove, John Ken
ned), Pat Kennedj, (iiurgu MeMahon, W
McJlahon. James Albeison James White,
Jim Uunninghiim, Steve irfltndj', (ieoige
Toohej, I'runk llrcnner und Gerald llan
non. Iteul late 'I rmiMfers.
Heal estate tiatisfers for the last week,
furnished by W. Thomson .; Co , abstract
ers of title-. Columbia bulldln--, corner of
Sixth and Mlmusoia avenue, Kansas City.
Kits Telephone UU.
Muiy 1 1. Moore io James It. lleddlng;
3S-i-M.ll poles in section 31, township lu,
range 2b, J-'J ...no
Mary M Douglass to P. H. Hawkins:
lots 11 and IS. block til, Wjandotte e-Itj,
li 6) '
IJmma Johnson to Julia Johnson: lot 7.
block 51, Wjandoite cltj, lu7
I, W Webb to Charles fi Wallace, lots
M and 27, block 3. Mui.-u Pleasant. J3,(hj0.
Simei to same, south .", feet of lot
11, block n, Mount Pleasjm. j7"i
J. W. lloindon io II, Horstm.in: lots 17
and IS, bloil; HI, Wj-.indolte tlty, J700
Alice U. Leonard to T. J. Haphael; north
half of loi u (irandvlew, jOij.
" C Mi Kinney to D Turner: lot 2C,
block 112 Wjandotte Ity, mi
J IJ Hughen to Mi J I'isher: lot C,
block 7: lots So and II, block 27, and lots
31 15 and M. bloc k till, all In Armourdale.
Mullein In Illiilve nil Injunction,
The Union Trintnil Hallway Company
fll. el ii motion jc-jterday to dissolve the In
junction of Peel liios, Manufaetuilng Com.
panj against the I nlou Tiinilii.il Hallway
Compaus. u, suit io restrain the company
fiom operating lis line tluough soma of
the plilntlil's piuperty. The plain till
claims that Ihc- lompany failed to pay u
Judgment thut is sec ured In the district
court for laud taken for the right of way.
The Judgment nas for II CuO. The railway
company ilaimcd that it took on appeal in
the case to the supieme court, and (Ilea
n bond with the- louuly clerk to cover tho
Judgments secured In the lower courts Tho
bond lould not be found and the attor
nej a for the plalnllir claimed that the
county clerk said there was never such a
bond tiled. After lhu suit ve.is tll.,,1 At
torney Mi-Ariany btgun rummaging around
and found the missing bonds. They were
In one of the vault. They were for ID,0).
In one oi tna vauii. They were for 115 0)
J u- sLu. i bv iUm r llr l V uT' van!
the National SuretVt Company nnd W. .T.
lluehan. Tho attonrTs for the plaintiff
claim that It was th. duty of the defend
ant to have the bonds where tliey could be
found easily, no thnt tnev could be In
spected. The afternoon was devoted to
taking of testimony nnd the arguments will
be made to-morrow afternoon.
ALMOST IA1AI. ACCllll'.NT.
I uglneer Hall I,nr an Arm and Narrowly
I snipes Death
V. II. Hall, tho enclneer of the New
irk Life building, ccrncr of Plfth street
rind .Allnneola nvenue, was severely In-Jure-d
nnd had n very narrow escape from
tliath J esterilnj-. He was working nl-out
the hjdraullc lain whlrh operates the ele
vator, when his hand became caught nnd
drew hl nrm Into the tnaehlnerj-, i rushing
It so badly that nmputntlon was necessarj,
'lhe nrm was cut otf iiIkivo the ellww. An
assistant stoped the mm hlnery In time to
MM' his life. He was taken to his home,
.No 411 Htntc avenue, where his Injuries
were intended tch
Hiisliie-s Im rinsing,
lluslness at the t'nlon Paclllc shops Is
on ihe increase, nnd not ror many weeks
pist hns there been ns large a force of
men emplojed as at the present time. The
men nre all getting in full time and the
outlook for the future Is very llntterlng for
them. The present force numbers about
luo skilled mechanics. Including nil the dlf-
icriiit departments. The men nro now
working lorty hours per weik, but If the
business continues to Increase the present
force .will have tn be etiltrgtd or the hours
lengthened, nnd in all probability the lat
ter change will be made. The enormous
amount of work turned out by this Indus
trious body or workmen Is startling. Dur
ing tho past month a number of engines
nave ueeu lorn to pieces nnu reconstructed.
When nny of the engines or cars on the
central division of the road becomes out ot
repair It Is Immediately brought to the
local shops nnd put In order. Ity the use
of all the modern machinery which is used
at the shops any kind or repairing can be
tmde. In fact, many new engines have
been turned out of these shops. Some of
the largest, as well as the finest, engines
now used by the t'nlon Paclllc company
were built in this city The men emplojed
at the local shops are the beft class of
mechanics In this part nf the country and
are ull sober nnd Industrious citizens, which
any city should be proud of.
Hi llgliius Servlies,
Itev. H Q. Di-nhnm will preach nt the
Central C'hilstinn church to-day, morning
and evening. The morning subject will be
"i'ho Wnvsldc Life," evening topic, "Oc
casions When Christ Dealt With young
Itev. W. H. Comer, pistor of the Seventh
Street M. H church, will begin a series of
four addi esses nt the V. M. O. A. Sundav
afternoons. The first one will be delivered
this aftirnoon nt I o'clock. Men ure cor
Key. Hurl. in O. Mendenhall, pastor of the
l'lrst Prtsbjterl.in church, will preach In
the morning on the subject, "The Chris.
Man Hare" During the afternoon the Jun
ior Hndeavor Society, men's meeting, at
V M. C. A ; Intermediate Hndeavor So
cletv , In the evening the Senior llndeavor
Socletj- will meet Consecration and
business meeting will be held to-night In
stead of Mondaj- night.
Mr John l'anln. assisted by his sister,
Mrs I. Voungman, entertained a number
of friends Thursday night at their home,
No 431 I.vcrctt avenue, the occasion being
lu honor of Mr. I'anln'H birthday. The
evening was spent in a ver enjojable
m inner, the programme consisting of
music and various parlor games At a late
hour an elegant lunctxon was served
Those present were- Misses I'lorenco
Peterson, Josle Inman, Nellie Dunham,
Maggie Spear, Ida Thorpe, l'lora Young
nnu, of this cltj , Hv.i Hutton, Maude
Downing, Daisy and Ilosa Puller, of Kan
sas City. Mo.; -Messrs Hert MoBride,
Charles Youngman, C. M. Dunham nnd
Pred Hansen, of this cltj ; Ilobert Martin,
Charles Urown, George Trecole, George
Prost, or Kansas Cltj. -Mo.; Hdward
Youngman, of Mneon, Mo , and W. il.
Sej more, of Independence, Mo.
The Child Ailopteil.
C. Kopp, the South Seventh street baker,
yesterdav adopted Pearl llenjamln, the 10-months-old
child of Mrs Laura Uenjnmln,
whose husband elesirted her about three
weeks ai.o A few davs ago Mr. Kopp nnd
Mis. Kcnjamln went to the probate court
to get tlie adoption papers made out, but
tile Judge told them Hint the title to the
child would not be v illd unless the pipers
were signed by the father ns well us the
niotlnr. This -Mrs. Henjamm said would
be imposlbslc. Mr Kopp said ho did not
think he would take the child If he could
not get a clear title The two left the
court room, but they appeared again yes
terdaj, and Mr Kopp told the court that
he would take the chain es nnd adopt the
child The Judge issued the papers and the
baker took c-haige uf the child
li-II hers' IllMltute.
The city teachers held their regulir
monthly institui. at the high school build
ing j-esterdnj and the programme as pub
lished In the lourn il Inst Thursday was
c-airied out. It wns the largest institute
ever held here, t large number of visitors,
besides all of the teachers being piesont
The work In numbers was first-class in
oveiv respcet. as was also the work in
music Tlie music was conducted by Miss
Jennie Hiby one of the te ichers who
never sings and the class was heartllv
applauded The three minute talks In ref
erence to matters of Interest to the teach
ers were right to the point.
Olllce rs i:ii te,.
At the last meeting of the Ladles' Social
I'nlon of the Presbyterian church the fol
lowing ollcers wire elected for the ensu
ing jear: President, Mrs James Clot
felter, vice president. Mis. W DIon.
treasuier. Mis Harry Hc-hall, j-ccrctary,
Mrs Mark Kline: executive committee,
Mesdnmes Welsh, Falconer, Hamilton anil
Miller. Tlie membi rs of the Woman's
Mlss.ioniTTy"!Soi iety of the church held a
meeting lai evening nnd elected olllcers
for the ensuing jear. The olllcers chosen
were ns follows. President. .Mrs. Kinm.i
Matthews, vice president. .Mrs. c. I. i,ee;
secretary, Mrs 11. 11. bmlth; treasurer,
Miss Anna Husted.
Will Not lie I li-.t.el.
I'x-Mtj-or Nathaniel Humes, whose name
has been mentioned veij fiequentlj- re
cently tn connection with tho race for
sherllf next full, said jesterdaj- that he
would not be it candidate for the Republic
an nomination under anj dre iimstances
T have had all tho honor that a man
could wish," Mill he, "In the way of of
llces In this county and I will not be n
candidate for sherllf. The olllce of mayor
Is about us high an honor as a man can
hold here. So far as the salarj- of sheriff
is contented. It Is no particular Induce
ment, for tho reason that 1 can earn thnt
much money In my business,"
Anil Allipiltllli el.
rrank Hebe rllng the boj who was caught
under the win els of n. Ncirthw i-sieni train
V, few davs ago Is Ijlng In a serious con
dition at liethanj hospital Ills right nrm
wan amputated jesterday at the shoulder
Joint. Ills left leg was broken below the
knee, his left shoulder blade was broken
and four ribs wen crushed The phjfcl
Uans say that hn will not live.
Joseph F.Trlej-, u colored minister, was
adjudgiel insane jesletdiy In the piobili
cour; Religious excitement was the cause
of his unfortunate condition. Farlej
pl-enehed .u f-ermon lo the Jury while his
trial was In progie-ss. Sherllf Peterson at
tempted io quiet the unfortunate man, but
he i. fused to be Mill, stating that he- could
not pleach while sitting. Ho w-as at last
induced to bo quiet.
Ills root Crushed,
Joseph llrnwnaon, colored, who lives nt
1717 North I'll at street had his foot badly
crushed jesterelav while attempting to get
on a MIssoiiii Piclllo train at the foot
ot Washington avenue. He was taken to
St Margaiefs hospital, where his iniurles
were attended to by Police Surgeon J.ovv
niiin. Mad.i No Appointments.
Tho police board met last night nnd
transacteel routine business. No appoint
ments were made.
Mr. and Mrs It. 11. Smith, of St. Jo
seph. Mo , are In the cltj-, the guests of
II F. Ilerry and wife, parents of Mrs
Rev. Dr Mendenhall has returned from
Philadelphia, where he has been for the
benellt of his health. Ho will occupy the
PUlnlt of the First Congregational church
Miss Florence Peterson left last night
for Independence, Kas., to spend a few
daj-s visiting friends.
Mrs 11. IHvls. of Edgerton place. Is en
tertaining Mrs. fl. N, Coats and daughter,
of Golden CjtJ-, Mo. '
Miss Hello Healer, of Sedalla, Mo., Is n
tho t-ltj', the uuest of friends on Everett
Miss Anna Denlson, of Washington ave
nue, is entertaining Miss Sadie Holcombe
of Mollne, Kas, '
H. I.. Simmons, of Atchison, was In the
Dr. A. 1. Tennev returned ve&tenlnv irnm
t. jiiiil . uhwrM h tum de I )U3 uutUuc J
of the State Medlc.il Pocletj-, of Illinois.
Iowa nnd Missouri. He has been a member
of the soclely ror several jear.
Attorney Homer Heed, of Wichita, Is the
guest of friends here.
, Mrs. tleorge Phillips Ins recovereil from
her recent llness.
Mrs. Dr. John W, Troutman went yester
day to 1-tvvtcnce on a visit to friends.
Oeorge T. Hill, of No. MIS Thompson
nvenue, reported to lhe police jesterday
that come thieves had stolen eighteen
chickens from his hen coop Prlday night.
. Haley Norwood reported jesterday that
his t-jear-oll boy hid strafed from his
home, No. 511 Garfield avenue. The police
found the child In the afternoon.
The Journal delivered to nny part of lhe
elty for 10 cents n week. Send ordir to
branch otllce, Columbia building.
, The Sunday school nf the l'lrst Presby
terian church will hold special Ulster ex
erclses at the church this morning at 9.45
o'clock. The programme which hns been
ptepired for lhe eicc.islon consists of reci
tations nnd songs, A large attendance Is
llutli Hnrbert. nged 3 jears, died jes
terday nt the home of her parents, No.
621 Iltrnt-U nvenue, of diphtheria.
Mrs. MrClclland, nged M jears, died In
Ottawa, Kas. She was the mother of 11
J. lirovvn, No. 23S Uarileld nvenue, Mr
nnd Mrs. Hronn have been In Ottawa
ror the past week.
The Work nf t leaning Away tlie Itulns nf
Held Hros. Parking I'lnnt Has lleeu
The Ttel.l ttrns." t'ir.Ltnr- rVimninv dis
charged nil the lalmrers In Its employ es.
terdnj-, The company placed about 1,(0
men nt work tho following day after the
lire and the force wns not rodured until n
few daj-s ngo, when a ltrge number of
them were hid off. Yesterday even
ing when the men quit work they
were Informed thnt thej' need not
appear for duij- Monday morning, n-s
the company would not proceed any fur
ther towards clearing away the ruins until
the m ittcr of insurance Is settled, it is
said that there Is some dissatisfaction be
tween the Insurance ndjuslers nnd the
packing comptnj-. A number of clerks
were also discharged.
There will be preaching nt the Central
Methodist church to-day at 11 a. in. nnd
7.39 p. in. Hoth services will be conducted
by the pistor. Itev. T. E. Chandler. Sub
ject for the evening sermon, "The Heal
Danger of the Hi Ink Habit."
At the Central Presbyterlin church there
will be preaching by Hev. C. C. Armstrong
both morning and evening. The llndeavor
meeting will be conducted by .Miss Tllllc
Hev. P. I,. Streeter will deliver two In
teresting sermons nt the Haptlst church.
Sunday school and Hpwoith League meet
Ins at the usual hour.
Walter Lcmmon entertained n number
of his friends last evening at his home,
on South Coj- street. The evening was
spent lu a very pleasant manner until a
late hour, when an elegant luncheon was
served Those present were- Misses Hlla
Wlngert, Ue-ssle Kellej. Nellie nnd I.innlo
Dodds, Mamie Hatton, iitta Wetzler, Nellie
McConnel, .Messrs. Cliff Dotj-, Joe Hntton,
John Watklns, or.i Wlngert, flurry David
on, Gesirge Dinwiddle, Claud Harnes und
Mrs. Charles n. Grimes entertained a
party of friends Thursday afternoon at 1
o'clock luncheon. Those piesent were. Mrs
S Perkins Mrs. y 13 Gerhart, Mr. and
Mrs. C W Itossetter. of Argentine, Mis.
J Perkins and daughter. Mrs Hdward
West and Mrs. Harrj- Perkins, of Turner;
Mrs j. 1, Simpson and daughters, Mrs.
George llerrou and daughteis and Mrs.
At the last meeting ot the O. N. O. P.
Club the following olllcers were elected:
Prank Wnkeman. president: Albert Mayer,
vice president; Miss I.illle Kills, treasurer;
Walter White, secretarj-, and Herman Hr
Mr. and Mrs. William Crnger, of S07
Shawnee avenue, report the -arrival of a
son at their home.
Hen Prank, who had his leg bioken
about two weeks ago, left last night for
Chicago, where he will visit friends until
his injuries improve sufficiently to enable
hm to resume lis work.
Dr. S. S Shlvel.v, wjio has been 111 for
the past week, is convalescing.
The members of Kiverside lodge No. 40,
Degree of Honor, held a meeting lost night
at the home of William Colgan. No. 611
St Paul street, for the purose of making
arrangements to attend the funeral of
their deceased sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Clay
son The members of Red Hud camp No. 6"0,
Modem Woodmen of America, will meet
nt their hall to-day at 1 o'clock for the pur
jvose of atteneling the funeral of the wife
of Neighbor llarrv Clajson.
The .Silver t'ltj- Telepluino Company Mill
Soon Have lis snte-m 111
This city will soon enjoy the benefits elev
lived fiom having a local telephone sjs-te-m
w hicli w ill have connections w tth busi
ne ss houses and residences In nearly all
pans ot the cltj. Since the organization
of the Sliver City Telephone Companj-, sev
eral weeks ago.Oie olllce rs liavo been work
ing steadily In the direction of completion.
A largo number of iltst-tlnss poles are
now- being put In position by tho company
and tlie vvoik will lie completed as soon as
possible. The i iiteiiiie now hns n suf
ilclent number of subscribers to make an
encoin.iglng stmt. Tho switchboard vvlij
artlve soon and will bo put in position at
tho undertaking rooms of G W. Simmons,
on Silver nvenue, which will bo the- head.
euarters of tlie companj-.
Tho present subscribers who will have'
connections with the lino as soon us com
pleted ale- G W Toothnker, Spear and
Strong avenues; H. M White, Noi th Spctr
avuiue; Argentln bank, Metropolitan ave
nue, watei and electric light works.
North Argentine, William Mrlleorge, Sec
ond nnd -Metropolitan avenuo. Dr. J. K.
Lewis, l'lrst and Huby avenuo; Simmons'
livery stable. Sliver avenue.
Tlie City Is Defendant.
Attorney J F. l'rnnkey returned yes
teiduy from Topeka, wlieio hev attended n
si sslon of the Mipri mo court in the inter
est or some of his clients. The case on
vvhli h ho Is now engaged is that of (J 11.
Simmons et ill vs. City of AigentlncN Tho
case orlglnattel in the common picas comt
of this countj. The plalntlifs nre enelenv
oilng to injoln tho cltj' trom collecting
special taxes assessed against their propertj-,
on .Metropolitan avenue, for tho 1m
piovement of that nvenue. Tho case was
appealed to the supremo com t, wlieio a
deelMou was lendcred In favor of tho elty,
but tho attorney for the plalntiits has now
Kt-ctltecl a rehearing of the case and a de.
clsion will bo ie-ndertd during tho early
part or .viaj-. iiecentiy n motion was mane
tor a 1 1 licit liter. but owing to n
misunderstanding ns to tho time
set by the court for healing arguments
in reganl to tho motion for a leic.ir-
Ing, the motion was dismissed, but Attor
ney Franhoy secuieu n leinstatement of
tho motion on I'rldaj- und will soon (lie n
brief in tho case.
The nppenranco of Deputy Sheriff Pat
erson, of Kansas Cltj-, Kas., In Argentine
jesterday inclining cnusiil a Kie.it commo
tion among tho "Jalntlsts." of tho city.
Two "Joints" were visited by tho olllcers
and thren Inrteiidcrs urrested and tho
llxtuies of tho "Joints" taken possession
of by the olllcers. Tho "Joints" belong
to Daniel Hosted. Ono Is nt the corner of
Thiid and Silver nnd thn other on Metro
polltun avenue, mar First street. The
three, men attested nre ' Curry" llowman,
F Mason ami J, Hudson. They vvero all
taken lo tho county Jail,
Sclirtid n Loi- itioii fur the Dump.
Tho commltteo composed of Councllmen
A. P. Jiispor, C. II Scott und G, M. Hub
bard, appointed by th" council ut tho meet
ing Fiiday night met with Mayor Willaid
Justcreluy afttineion lo select a site vvhero
a piihltu dump might bo locuted. Tho
members of tho commltteo agreed to nluco
the dump ueai tho county luldge, In North
Argentine-, piavided the county cotnmls.
sloners would consent lo having tho struct
ure uttaehed to the. bridge.
Mill Cliutigii Olllces.
The council has authorized a change of
olllces In tho cty hall, which will go Into
elfect as soon as tho necessarj' arrange
ments can bo made. In tho future thu city
cleik'H olllce will bo located on the first
lloor In the room now used us police court
room. The court room will hereafter be on
tho second lloor In thu room now occupied
by tho city clerk.
Tha G. I. A. to tho it. of I,. E. will give
a grand ball Monday evening, Anrl 15, ut
Nokes' hall. A special train will bo run
between this city und Kansas City on that
cv tiling. Professor Klndlg's orchestra will
furnish the music.
C. Wallen, of Kansas Cltj-, Kas., was In
the city jesterday visiting friends.
Work will bo begun this week by City
Engineer Walker to build a sewer In sub
newer district No. 4 in sewer district No. 3.
W, J -"are. ut Kansas city, Mo., w
the smt of Dr. J. It. Holland yesterday.
Ned Halley was arrested yesterday on a
state warrant charging him with stealing
a razor. He will be tried Friday.
It was tumorcd on the streets yeslcrday
that efforts would soon be made to have
Argentine placed tinder Metropolitan police
Hev. Al. M. Tello nnd family arc enter
taining .Miss Marie Umlnck, ot St. Louis,
A grand banquet and musical entertain
ment will be given Friday evening at Tur
ner by tho Select Knights ot thnt cltj'.
W, r, Preeburg will leave to-morrow for
Cedar Junction. Kas., to visit friends.
Hev. C. W. Hajs, of Kansas City, Kas.,
and Hev. C. C. Armstrong, of Armoiirdnle,
will bold services tn Nokes' hall at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon.
Frank Freeburg Is quite sick at his home
on rsouiii ttevenin street.
Mrs. Charles Gordon, of Cedar Junction,
Kas., Is the guest of friends nnd relative
.Mrs. Charles Jessltp, of Cedar Junction,
Kas, Is Msltlni; friends nnd relatives In
the West end.
O. W. Simmons Is quite 111 nt his home
In St, Paul's nddlllon.
C II. Vanderwalker and family nre en
tertnlnlng Clarence Crane, of olathe.
.Mrs. 1, C. Montgomery returned to her
home nt HI llcno, O. T., jesterdaj-, after
a visit of several weeks with J. F. l'rnnkey
Police Judge J. M. Klncart took charge
of his omce yesterday, but has jet tried no
cases. The other olllcers recently elected
will soon take chnrgo of their respective
olllces. T. M. Harrctt will act as constable
Tor Justice H, M. Herr and John Green
will transact business In Justice Trow
.Martin Kane sustained a severe Injury
Friday night while nt work In the smelter.
I. J. Pnjhe Is suffering from the effects
of a fractured collar bone, sustained Fri
day night while wrestling.
Olty Clerk .1. C. Iontr and City Attorney
11. A. Halley were In Topeka jesterdaj-.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
HOOK'S AD.Mt.NISI ItATION
in: A M'cci:ssrui, om;.
Fifteen Hundred Itepilbllenns Did Not Tote
on Klcrtlim D ly Itenintns of Caplnln
Mcnrj s.,,,1 ( P.iinjlritnln
Pcrsuiml News Notes.
Tho election Is over nnd the people are
settling down to business ngnln. Some
times voters are too sure of success, nnd
therefore neglectful. Fifteen hundred peo
ple who registered vhls spring did not vote.
The Democrats, on election daj worked
hard and voted their people verj' close.
The large majority of those people who
did not vote were Kepubllcnns, and this
accounts for the defeat of some of the men
on the ticket. It Is conceded that D. A.
Hook will make a good maj-ot, and his ad
ministration will be a business one. It Is
understood that Councilman McGill will
be his private secretarj-. No better man
could have been selected for the jiositlon,
us he has been one of the most active mem
bers of the council. When the major nnd
council have decided on opening out new
streets, or making Improvements, It is
very necessary that the mayor's private
secretin y should see that both the city
and propertj- owners' Interests are attend
ed to. Major Hook, as councilman for the
First ward, has done more In tlie last two
jears to Improve the streets than any
other man In tho council, and his present
position gives him more power, nnd the
people can depend that he will use It for
the benellt of the cltj-.
Funeral of Captain McNnry.
The remains of Captain O. It. McNarv,
who died Friday atternoon nt tlie resi
dence of his son, Dr. O. C. McNarv, nt the
Soldiers' home, were jesterdaj- shipped to
Cannonburg, Pa., for burial.
Captain McNary suffered for the last
thirty jears fiom wounds and kindred ail
ments arising from exposure and imprison
ment In Southern prisons, while In the
army defending his country. He was 72
jears old, but had scarcely seen a well day
since- the war. He was an active member
of the Lojnl Legion of Kansas and Custer
post, G A. It.
The funeral services were held list even
lng at his residence, under the auspices ot
the Loj-al Legion and Custer pot, II. A. It.
-Mr. McNaiy enlisted in April lsOl, nt
Cnnnonsburg, Pa., as a private lu Companj
E, Twelfth Pennsylvania Volunteers. Later
he was promottd to orderly seigeant. and
afterwards made quartermaster at Pitts
burg, Fa., and was then appointed post
uuaitermaster of the One hundred ana
Third 1'ennsj'lvanla Volunteer lnfantrj-.
He wns wounded livo times, and was eon
lined in different Southern prisons, among
them Andersonville. He escaped a number
of times, but In each instance nas re
captured. Six grown children survive him, four
daughters and two sons. Ile was a life
long Republican and always took an active
part In politics.
Lutheran Church to Ho Dedicated.
To-day being Palm Sunday, the English
Lutheran Society deems It a suitable dav
upon which to dedlc ite their new church
at Spruce street and Third avenue. The
combination of eight new members nnd
the installation of their pistor. Itev. J. W.
Kiinmel, will also take place.
An interesting programme has been pre
pared for tho occasion. Sunday school
services will commence at :45 a. ni In
the. lecture room. The dedication services
will commence ut 11 n, m. In tho audience
Myron R. Bergen Is the manufacturer of
the llnest mattresses und pillows on the
market. They are called Cellulose and are
guaranteed never to pack nnd become hard
or lumpj. Address 215 Shawnee street,
G. H. Miller, of Wj-andotte countj-, came
to Leavenworth vesteiday and identilled
the harness In the possession of Geoige
W enbertlng ns his.
Policeman I'ullain has received his J50
reward from the owners of tho horses, at
Clinton, Mo., that vvero recently stolen by
The ladles of tho Art League have se
emed tho services of Miss Laura Lalng.
of Kansas Cltj-, us Instructor in china
Robert Hortcl's case was again called In
Justice Hond's court jesterdaj-, but was
continued until April ID to give Mrs.
Lantach additional time In which to re
cover. The bond of Hertel wns reduced
to 11,000, which he failed to furnish last
Tho official canvass of the recent city
election did not materially change the ma
jorities, as heretofore published.
The state board of railroad assessors
was in tho city a few houis viewing rail
road properties here and left for Topeka
The funeral of tho late Roger Eagan
touk place from tho cathedral yesterday
and was well nttended.
The many friends of Cy I.elnnd In this
locality nre urging his appointment as
waulen of the state prison ut Lansing.
Mr. O. Cbacj-, who ran Indeptndent for
the council from tho Sixth ward, has
served notice upon the council that he will
lontest tho election of his opponent, J, w.
Young, for tho position, Mr. Young- had
Drs, Van Tuylo and McGIII were present
at tho post jesterday when Dr. Grllilth,
of Kansas Cltv, made some Interesting ex
pel Imeiits with thi? new Cralg-Jorgensen
D. C, Angell commenced foreclosure pro.
ceedlngs against Ella Hiown et al In the
district court yesterdaj-, The amount sued
for Is VWAi.
For llrst-class work at reasonable prices
take your watches to F, W. Hartlett. at
Mensel'g drug stole.
Tho county board will meet Monday In
Subscribe for the Journal at 10 cents per
week (dully), delivered to all parts of the
Miss Abblo Mathews and William Mor
rison an Ived at the state prison jesterday.
Ten cents u week,
At your tlopr every mornlne.
$1 00 u year by mall.
Tell jour neighbor.
IClertlnll Content at Independence.
Independence, Kas., Apt II C (Special.)
The otticlal cnnvnss of tho votes cast at
the recent city election made no changes
lu tho lesult except In one case. On some
tickets George ,1i tlllmore's name appeared
for Justlcu ot 'the peuco nnd on others It
was U. E. (illiiiore. If these votes were
counted us cust fur ono man, Mr, Gllmore
was elected, but If not, Ii. F. Devoro wns
elected. The council decided that these
votes could nut bo consolidated und de
clared Mr, Pevere elected. Tha case vvlll
bu uppealed to tho district court. The of
ficial count alBO developed a very Interest,
lng fact which proves conclusively that
women do not vote us their husbands do,
which Is often claimed. Tho women's bal
lots were placed In u separate box, so
that It could bo told Just how many voted.
Taking the meiVsi votis. Call J. Stick, the
Republican candidate, vvus elected major
by u majority of seven votes, but by tho
votes of tho men und women, Dr. O. C.
Chancy, tho candidate on the Citizens'
ticket, was elected by a majority of .
FOIl SALK-HKAL ESTATE.
For a S room cottage on the Estl snJij. In
a. good neighborhood, near the N. E. Llec
trio or independence nve. cable.
No. 1016 Prospect nve., S room frame, 33to
feeti will need some repair, but It Is worth
This Is a large, well cotutruotcd 8 room
framo: It Is plumbed for watir, gas and
furnace; all newly painted and In first
class orders nice large well, sodded east
front lot, anil near Wcstport car llncj
8 room frame, furnace, hot and cold
water, bath, closet and marble washslnnd;
plumbed for gas; nice sq, hall; east front)
el1 it., nnu only ono uiock to urunu nve.
This Is a well built pressed brick of 10
rooms, slate roof, furnace, hot nnd cold
water, bath, closet, etc, plumbed for gas:
3 tine oik mantels; brick bam; 23 ft. lot.
For a beautiful now cottage home of 7
rooms. This houc Is Just being complet
ed; It Is furnished In hardwood; lino oak
mantel; large square windows; new stjle
plumbing; porcelain bathtub, marble wash
stand; cemented cellar; line china closet!
In fact, everything complete; e-.tsy terms.
We have a very fine Ii or 7 room modern
brick in one of the best parts of Dundeo
place, east front, lot 374 ft., nnd lies well.
Remember this Is not ordinary trading
property, but a first-class home. It is
clear of Incumbrance nnd the owner sajs
find me something larger, with more
ground, and 1 will put lu some cash prefer
Hjde park or South Troost neighborhood.
J. W. LV.MAN ft CO .
N. Y. Life bldg.
ItllAli KSTATI2 ritA:V!FI;H9.
NORMAN A nOHF.RTSON.proprlctors ot
abstracts ond examiners ot land titles. No.
10 East sixth street, furnish dally tho
transfers of real eslnto filed In tho record
er's olllco at Kansas Citj-, Mo.
Notice All transfers appearing In our
daily reports contain covenants of general
wnirnuty, unless otherwise stated.
Walter II. Hrooke and wife to J. T).
McCulIock, lot CO, block 21, Lott's
addition $ 1,700
Frederick Alber to L.vdla L. Alber:
p. in tots -i, --, -.i nnu :i, -wiuio
Goodln place 2,200
The Amoskeag Savings bank to
.Martha Green: part lot S, block lu,
McGce's Summit 600
John McC. Lord to H. G. Rhodes;
lot 31, Hencan Hill park 2,000
William Taj lor and wife to James
II. Loom--; part lot I, rcsurvej
Chase's subdivision 3,000
V. E Onstoot nnd husband to Em
ma Cross; part lots 1 and 4, block
2. IvanrTe park SCO
,, ASSIGNEE'S DEED.
II. M. Holden to -Maltha Greene;
part lot i, block 10, McGce's Sum-
Samuel r. Scott and wife to F.
Hugerman et nl, trustees; part
northwest quarter section 13, town
ship 4S, range .it l;oo
, Tr QUITCLAIM Dl. S.
R. D. Ilnlre and wife to Charles H.
Iliilre; lot fi, block I. Peerv place .. 1
w. S. Stone to Rice Investment Com
pany; lots 2, 3 et al, Troost avenue
E. E Holmes and wife to II. M.
Holden, assignee; part lot 10, Dud
ley .V Qulmbj's addition l
N. S. Possons and wife to Marj- J.
Possons: lot 12, block 4, Dudley &
Cook's addition i
of regents of the state normal school, nt
w.arrensburg, M0i, Invite architects to fur
nish preliminary plans and speclilcatlons
for the erection of the new addition to thn
normal nuiiuing, io uo Illeu with the board
by 12 o'clock, noon, April 1C, ISM For in
formation us to geneial plan and dimen
sions of building, call on Piesident G. L
Osborne, at Normal building. In Warrens
burg. The board reseives the right to re
ject any or all plnns nnd speclilcatlons.
Tho plans and speclilcatlons adopted will
be paid for. HENRY C. FYKE,
Secretarj- lloaul of Regents.
Warrensburg, Mo., April 5, ISM.
TO CONTRACTORS-We have some second-hand
inch nnd ?4 Inch steel rope, in
nist-class condition, which wo will sell nt
reasonable figures We have two pieces of
tho s Inch rope ISO feet In length, one pieco
of tho Inch ropo 200 feet in length and a
few pieces from ci'J to 49 feet long. Tills ropo
will ho found to be verj' suitable nnd de
sirable for contractors for uso on their
dcrrl-ks, etc.. etc.
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.
it- iciu eion i vvnni to raise a corn crop
the coming season, plant jour feet 111 n.
it jour reet 111 n,
hand sewed $.t.S3
p-iir ui our paruiersuip
DE VAULT-GREENE SHOE CO.,
HIU Walnut st.
DOUHTPFL CLAIMS collected anywhere
In this country or Euiope without chargo
unless successful "International Law- and
Collection Association," 202 Nelson bldg.
PERRY'S SCHOOL FOR PIANO, 130?
Troost. A thorough musical education after
the mjthoels of Kullak and Lesclietlzkj-,
under whose guidance tho director's stud
ies were completed. Send for circular con
taining terms, press criticisms, etc.
"do YOU SPECULATE? Thennu tor
our frte book, "How to fapeculato Suc
cessfully." Pull Information about grain
and stock market. Comstock, Hughes
Co.. 201 Rlnlto bldg., Chicago.
SAUNDERS & WIllte.lUH K. lsth street.
phone 200tl. Refitting and laying carpets u
specialty; upholstering of all kinds; mat
tresses renovated. Refer to Doggett D. O.
Co. and Robt. Keith Fur. Co.
incci,i:s i Bicyci.rs 1 1
WE want a young man In overy town In
Missouri, Kansas and Nebiaska to handlo
our wheels. Get our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS CITY HICVCLE CO ,
1027 and 1029 llroadw-ny. Kansas Clty.Mo.
i.uxr.w storage co.
HAVE NEW and safe building for furni
ture storage. Adrunces made; packing and
shipping done. JOHN A. EAME3.
SOU Walnut St. Tel. 2C56. Manager.
C'HU'AflO STEAM DYK WORKS.
Now located at 20 W. 12th St.. with more
room nnd better facilities; will bo pleased
to clean, repair or elve for you.
WILSON & HANSEN.
SAFES onened and repaired, iinni.ht nn.i
cold. Combination lock? cleaned and
changed. 13. 1IARRIGAN, Expert.
Telephone 1284. ' 103 East Tenth st.
HORSES AND VEHICLl'.S.
HORSES and cowa kept in the country:
calves rulsed; 1J per llrat year; all stock
sent for. M. Salisbury. Independence, Mo.
UNAKUiAiV -Lancaster, Mo., will sell
17500 city bonds April 15 For particulars
address Frank P. Hays. Fiscal Agent.
"THU Kansas City Metal Rooting & Cor
rugallng Co., l(i Hulldeis' Ex. Tel, 13C3,
i:ij inomnsoii Atnii.ini..i t.-,.
an .it, i AnVii i .rr,":r.u";,
-, -.. .,'... w, m u 1 ,..., ui om uge.
Funeral Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
from residence of 8. D, Iivvln, COO West
THE OIL TITVT LUItltlOATF.S MOST IS
&UI.L MANUt'AllUItLU ill
VACUUM OIL GO.
Hut io buy U-an4 you will gcihialu
original package, 00 to
-TA1ID-RO OIU company.
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