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THE KANSAS OITY'JOUHNAi; SUNDAY, APRIL 21,1895.
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LIYE STOCK INSPECTION.
woitK iiom; itvimi:u.NMr.TAMnv
tncle Sam l,nok .Wlrr All lleied Stork
Whlln I mil llllleers Attend In
C r 1 1 1 1 il .nliiul 1 hrritentd
( omit II Allien.
The nrtlon reoed by the council of
Knnas City, Kun., to nbolluli the ulllce
of llc stock Injector In Hint cltyi lis"
awakened lhleret In the live stock clr
rle. In both cltlcil ninl pressure Is being
brought to benr in prevent such action,
which Is believed to be bised on lack of
Information ns to tlio duties of the olllcer.
The city otilcera nt the jnrda havo hail
oil trie work they coulil do, but the fact
tli it n force of government Inspectors Is
there also lm led many lo think that
there Was n ilnublo Infection nnd that
two sets of olllcers -wire doing the tntuc
work, nttd that the city might easily dis
pense with tli" ri.eoic of Hie olllre.
The fails are Hie government Inspector
do not perform the nork required of the
city Inspectors, nnd the duties of the two
Flelnm If ever overlap The duty of the
government Inipcctor Is wholl) In the line
of crttchlhg Inftcleil and dliensed stOi k
that may llnd Its vvnv Into the vards and
preventing the slaughter or sale of the
The duty of the city Inspectors l to
irate h for ripples and malnml stock that
urrivo each day anil prevent the animals
bring taken nut for slaughter and snle
The meat of the crippled aulmils Is not lit
for lood, nml It l the dut of the In
spectors on finding tattle or hogs vvlth
broken leg-" and maimed In an way to
prevent the nnlmal walking unaided out
of the ) arils, to nt once kill them and have
the carcasses hont to the fertilizer or the
Those unacquainted with the mode of do
ing business ut the jard bv the many
tradeis and mall buers have little con
ception of the evur-vuitchful care reeiulred
to prevent the crippled animals being
takiti out alive, Even with both the In-pri-ior,
tin re nre many times when they
lire outwitted, and It Is necessary to Tol
)ow the i ripple carta to the slaughter
)ioues of some sm ill butchers, and thire
dlnitch the animals.
The city Inspectors p-iv no attention lo
the infilled cattle or hogs and the gov
ernment Inspectors p.iv no attention to the
crippled nnlmal, unless they are found nt
slaughter houses, nnd then they nre re
ported and killed It Is thus easy to see
that the llelds of the two ofllcers In no
manner ovcrlip, and that both nre re
quired to prevent wrorgs being done the
consumers of meats In the cltv.
With no ell) Inspectors there would bo
no bar to the small butchers of the city
nnd unprincipled traders sending their
crippled animals out to be slaughtered,
nnd the meat would be sold on the block
In the cltv
The government Inspectors nr for the
purpose of protecting the purity of the
meat killed for export, while the city In
spector Is for the purpose of protecting
the purity of tlm meat slaughtered for
home consumption, nnd neither can, It Is
claimed, s-ifely be spared.
The block Yards Company nnd the com
mission men are almost unanimously In
favor of any means for maintaining the
hlch standard of the meat slaughtered and
Fold In the city and are against the pennv
wle policy proposed that would cut off
the olllcer, whose- duties earn for him not
alone the salary paid by the city, but also
tile thinks of every one who eats meat
in the city and surrounding country.
A1IS I IIItllA.ll OAl'J rA LISTS.
They limpet t ICnllro-ld Properties 111 Whlih
'I In j Are Interest d.
Mr. John de Ooeljeu, Jr., European m in
ner of the .Missouri, Kansas and Texas
Trust Company, and Sir. G. 51. TltsinKh,
Fecond vice pn sldcnt of the Kansas City,
nttslinrg . eiulf railroad, both of Am
dterd nil. Holland, with a pnrt) of capital
lts from that city, are In the city, nt the
Coates House. These gentlemen have large
Interests In the Kansa-s City, Pittsburg A.
Gulf railroad. Kansas City suburban Jielt
railroad and the t'nlon Terminal nllroid,
and jesterday took a trip over these prop
erties They were greatly Interested and sur
prised at the general air of wholesome busi
ness prosperity In Kansas City, and were
r specially well pleased with the rapid
progress being made with the new rall
ro ids In w hlch they are Interested. They
will leave for a trip through the South In
a few- dab.
WAITIMI ON THIS COUNT!-.
Ttlicn the Iteiolllit Outside the City Is fin
lilted Mr. Mom Will Take Action.
County Clerk Crittenden will flnlh the
recount of the ballots cast In the country
precincts for DeRord and McCurd) on
5'tdnedaj He vvl.I then begin the re
count In the same precincts of the votes
cast for Sloan and Keshlear for count)
marshal. As soon as the recount b .Mr
Crittenden is finished Mr Sloan will go
into court with his evidence and ask tint
he b declared elected and given the of
fice of count marshal.
The United States government chemist,
after an examination for the Indian de.
partment, made the emphatic statement
that "The Itoal linking I'owder is the
purest in quality and highest in strength
of any baking powder of which I have
Mr. Willi uiis' l.-it It.iltal.
The last of the Shakespearean recitals
by 51r Jlanilbul A llliams was given
at Grace Guild hall, last evening. The
attendance was I irge and the apprecia
tion vv.is unnu-ilitled The play w is "The
Tamliitr of the Shrew" and was in some
particulars the most enjojable subject of
the series The comedy Is so abridged
for stage purposes that one rand) has an
opportunlt) to he ir It In its entlrct) It
is therefore an opportunity to he ir a man
of .Mr Williams- character discernment,
scholarly anal) sis and elccutionary cult
ure give the play with Its original in
troduction 51r U ilium' powers of char
acter portrayal ar wonderful Ily vrry
ronservatlve but singularly artistic de
notements, he i an dispose and elctlno a
loen characters to the thorough compre
hension of an audleme His appreciation
nnd expression of subtle humor Is epiltc
as effective as his grasp and portrajal of
Until nt .Mr. Dill. I . 1. 1 ink.
5lr, David N Hv.ins died jesterdav at
i; SO o'clock at hh resideni e, SI3 fist
Fourteenth strict. Mr Uvans had been
contlned to his bed with paralvsls for
about four e irs and. while hU death was
not looked tor so soon his phvsitlin. Dr.
Collin, said that It might take place at
any time, as thtre was absolutely no hope
5Ir. Kvans was born In Kbcnsburir, Ta.,
September 17, 1"36. .ml moved to 5lcxlco.
Mo., In 1'57. Here, he was engaged as
a. contractor nnd builder, until in !Vd, ho
moved to Kansas city, where he continued
this business Imriug the boom he built
many Important dwelling and buslniss
houses His wife Is the elty eh irlt In
vesllKitor, ti sister of Mjvor Davis' moth
er. The rem Una will be taken to 5Icxlco,
JIo., for burial
5Ir. II. II I,ee. of T.ilmage, Jf. Y., when
troubled with rhe.nnailun, bought n bot
tle of Chamberlain'" l'ain It dm from H.
J, Neavets, the druggist there, and sas
It did him more boji! than an) thine he
had ever before used
'i ho i nt Ion lie .ivy.
Twenty-fifth street will not ho opened
from Grand avenue to Uioadwav. The
Jur)- In Judge Henry's court, which was
nvvorn to assess d images and benellts, re
turned a report jesttrday that It would
eot more than it would be worth to tin
abutting propcrt) The Jur) recommended
that the street be pot opened,
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver.diz
ziness, sick hcadachc,bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite.sallow skin,etc,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills jo and
I5 a box. Book free at your
druggist's or write B.F, Allen Co,,
365 Canal St., New York.
It Mill lleeln Mntid ly for (be pcHsl Flec
tion nnd t'l.ntlnue live Days.
Itegltrallon tor the special election to
be held on Jtinc to Vote upon the pro
posed charter amendments and to elect
a member of the lower house of the cotm
clt In the Seventh ward will begin nl 9
o'clock to-morrow- morning In all of the
wtrds of the city, nnd will continue live
dnjs The vvnrd registration otllccs will
be kept open fiom S ei'cloik n. in until 3
o'clock p in. After the ward registration
closes reglstritlon will continue for tvventy
iltjs In the olilco of the recorder of otcrs
during the stmoliouis. Ileeorder Arnold
vesterday ele ted the following places, for
ward registration nnd appointed the fol
lowing vvnrd deputies;
first wiril-.No. iro St, I.ouls avenues
Second wiird-H l Arnold's drug store,
rorncr of l'lfth and .M.1I11 streets; 7.. T.
Third ward Drug store nl the northeast
corner of Twelfth street and liroadway; II.
fourth ward Drug storo nt Seventeenth
street nnd 5Iadion avenue; Charles West,
fifth ward fnglne house nt the corner
of Twentv .fourth street and Southwest
boulevard, Jerr)' llnrlght.
Sixth ward -Drug store at Independence
avenue nnd Cherrv street, J W 5Iler.
Seventh ward Drug store at Lexington
and fork avenues; II. Harris.
I'lghth ward Drug storo at N'lnth street
ard Troost avenue, Charles I!, Corcoran.
Ninth vvird Drug store nt Klghteenth
street and Troost avenue, frank fagati.
Tenth w ird Drug store nl Twentv.
fourth street and forest avenue, 1'. II.
Knnsis city II iv ursery.
The Kansas city Day Nursery, nt No. 413
Hist fourteenth stre'et, Is under the min
agement of the undersigned lidles, who
have resigned their membership In the
Good Simarlt.in Day Nursery, recently
moved to No 171 Locust street. The
ladles of this Institution wish the public to
thoroughly understind Hint this day nur
sery Is non-seeiirlan In every particular
and dclnll. Children of nil working women,
no matter what their i. lief or creed, are
kindly cired for and fed during the diy,
while their mothers are nt work. This
nurser) now has an average of twentv-two
children per diy, nnd thev are constantly
under the care and trilnlng of 5Irs. .Min
nie 5IcChc)tie, a matron, whose sterling
ChrlMlan character nnd ripe experience
thoroughly llts her for this responsible po
sition. This da) nursery is managed in nn
economical nnd buslness-like manner, nnd
should receive the earnest support from
all who admire a practical charity, found
ed on the old proverb of "Help those who
Here the poor struggling mother who de
sires to help herself can leave her child
In safety and sick work nnd wages that
will keep hunger from her door. Does not
such chirlt) appeal to nil mankind? We
need )our help nnd encouragement In ev
ery possible wn). Can ou not glvft this
eharitv some help every month? Any and
everv thing Is needed and acceptable. As
our friends nnd the public have In the pit
so klndlv helped us when we were con
nected with the Good Samaritan Day Nnr
sery, we earnestly ask for their support
In still cirr) lug on thts.one of Kansas City's
most worth) cnarltles.whlch will be known
hereafter as the Kansas Cltv Diy Nursery,
located nt .No i Hast fourteenth street
(south branch), one block from Charity
51 ItS. K. I, 5III.T.S.
MllS. 51 T. Hf.N.Ni: LS,
5IIES 11. A HI'ICIICOCK,
MHS C. H lli.A'lTIH,
5IHS G W. CI1.1DHUHNK,
5I11S H A COLLINS.
MILS eifoltOi. S. CAHTWniGIIT,
51IIS. HUGH 5ULLnit.
Death mil funerals.
The Infant son of 5lr. nnd 5Irs Walter
H)lar,of 613 West Iligth street, died )cs
tird.iy morning 5Ir. Walter H)Iar Is a
fireman .it engine house No. 0 and has
been on the lire department force of this
city for eight )cars The funeral will ho
at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the residence
Tin- burial will be in Klmwood ccmeter)
-Mr. L W Cothrell, an engineer on the
fort fecott R. 5Iemphi railroad, died es
terday at the compiry's hospital of pneu
monia. He wns 4b )enrs old. The funeral
arrangements hive not )et been made.
He has no relatives In the cltv.
5Irs Zella .Mills field, widow of the
late Dr Joseph field, died jesterday at
her home, 1105 Hast Eighth street She
was K years old. The funeral will be at
! o'clock to-da). The burial will be In
The funeral of 5Irs Dr. Rose Adams
ratty, who died Trlday at her home, 210
fast Thirtieth street, will take place this
morning at 11 o'clock. The services will
be conducted by Ilev A P. Harton. The
funeral will be nt the residence.
511ss Minnie fltzgerald, aged 19 j-ears,
who died yesterdav at All Saints' hospital,
will be taken this morning to Galatea,
Col , for burial.
The funeral of the Infant daughter of
5tr. and 5Irs Ixiulse flaighle, who died
f rldaj at the residence of its parents, L'sOl
Jarboe, took pi ice at 2 o"clocK vesterday
afternoon nt the residence The burial
was In 5Iount St 5Iarj's cemetery.
Dr. Carlos Murtjn to I.11 litre.
The West Side Law and Order League
has secured Itev Dr Carlos 51.irtyn of
ChkiRO to deliver a free lecture on "5Iu
nlolpal Problems" at fhe Second Presby
terian church. Thirteenth nnd Central
streets, on Monda) evening April Dr
5lartjn will alo speak 5londay noon at
the noonda) prj)er meeting conducted by
the fndeavor. rs at the Y W C A. moms,
1024 Walnut street, on the subject. "Chris
tian Citizenship " beginning at 12 n o'e loi k.
Dr 51art)n has been called the Park
hurst of Chicago ' The doctor is the
Held secretary of the Nntlonal Christian
Citizenship League and is also ditor of
the Christian Citizen. Dr Martjn has
been chosen to address the forthcoming
Christian fndeiveir convention, at lloston
In July He Is one of the leaders In the
gooel citizenship movement.
viiiigbn it Arrlvi h.
The fnlted States snnghoat. Charles Tt
Sutter, In commission tor suae work on the
Missouri river, arrived from ht. Louis jes
terday morning 1 he Sutter has been pull
ing snags from the mouth to this clt
The boat will remain here until to-morrow
morning, when il will return to St. Louis
It will pass about a month on the down
trip, releasing all of the snags missed on
the way up, or which have taken position
since. Like all snagboits, tho Sutter Is
double-hulled, the machinery for pulling
the snags being between the hulls The
visscl la nml, r the command of Captain
W. 51 Patterton.
The Itojal Daklng Powder Is the greatest
of the modern lime helps to perfect cook
ing an 1 every receipt requiring a raising In
gredient should cmbod) It
Wild llnuirs ut Washington l'.irk.
While beautiful Washington park has not
j.t formally hien opened for the se is.on,
those who are looking for a delightful
place to visit this nfn moon will tlnd many
attractions at their favorite resort Chief
among tliise Is the extravagant dltplay of
wild tlowcrs, which ate blooming In pro
fusion all over th pirk. and which visit
ors are allowed to pick Tho 11 irk his
never had us nun) elllfereni kinds of wild
llowers as this spring, and they make a
sight well vvqrih taking a Journey to the
park to see.
Mitrrl mi, I iieimes.
The following marriage licenses were
granted )eittrda) .
Charles HegelbrtiBhe, Kansas City 22
Louise Ilence, Kansas City , 17
fdward D. I.) nth, Kansas City 2il
.Maggie C MeAultlte, Kansas City 21
William 5IcMillen, Kails is City S3
Josle .Mtnter, Kansas City t
Charles II Pinkie), J u khan county .. .21
Thursey L. ilaimon, Jjrle, 51o 21
The following births were reported to
the health dipaiuncnt )esterda)'
Miller, f reel ai.el Emma; boy; 1601 rarest
avt, April lb.
Huddle atoii, J. V. and 15. 51.; boy; 605
lllulf mreet. April 18 '
VrtU, J. and fanii); boy; HU Walnut
fctrtet, April 13
Bianle). John and Ivory; girl; Third and
atllls btreets. April 11)
iiellj, M. It and K ; boy; COO Kast
Thirteenth street, April 18.
Ilourke, J C and 51amle, boy; 1703 Sum.
mil Btreet. April 17.
The following deaths were reported to
the health dc artment j-esterduy:
Urovvn, Julius C: jears; Twentieth and
Jackson streets; April lei; cancer of btom
ach; burial in flmnood cemetery,
Unknown man, about 30)tars; police sta
Hon; April 17; conjestlon of iurgs; burial
In forest Hill ceineter)
Kupfer, Jacob, 2 months; 1115 Charlotte
street; April k; mlcrocephalousj burial in
forest Hill cemetery
SIc.Namara, Libleg; 77 years; Sprlngticld
avenue and Locust street: April 20 ei.
haustlon; burial In 51ount St, Mar) 'a cem
fctery. Peer. Annie J. ! a j ears; 2023 Tracy ave
nut; April 1!J ptritonms;'burla In cieir
Dunne, Thomas; T-' jears; Surlngfleld
uirnuv um iuuai v,,(ii & exnaustlon:
burial Jn Hount St, JIaryB cemetery,
de Liissan's Weary Nerves
Prima Donna Made Strong by
"I would not dlscourago any girl of real
talent who seeks a career In opera, but It
Is right that she should know how much
hard work Is necess.irj-. The road to suc
cess lies through difficulty and disap
So spake 5Ilss Zelle do Lussan, prima
donna, as she sat at her dainty writing
desk nnd glanced over a. pile of letters
"Only tho-ic who havo been through It,"
she continued, "can understand the strain
of singing a great operatic role. Take
'Cnimen,' for example. Wh), nt the end of
the last act, when Don Jose has stabbed
me, I havo been so tired that I don't think
that I could have sung another phrase."
"You must hnvo felt the need of some
thing to keep up jour strength," said her
"Yes, Indeed," replied 5Ilss de Lussan,
"nnd I found Just what I wanted In Paine's
celery compound It Is most beneficial as
a tonic, especially after the fatigue re
sulting from my performance of an excit
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
iIHIIV IN Till". .II'CAIITHY CASE FAII.KII
loung Man Arrested for Itnbblng & Mer
chant's llll and Confct.tii'B!efvtti
of 5lr. Peter OTurrell Per
suual nml 5!!mcc11iiicoui.
The jury In the Charles McCarthy
diamond robbetj' case were unable to
reach a M'rdlct and were discharged
by Judge 51yers jesterday afternoon In
tho district court. Tho case Is a novel
one nnd consumed tlueo days of time.
McCitilhy, who is nn ex-convlct, ad
mitted stealing a (COO diamond Mud
(1 om Samuel Usher, of Lawrence, but
set up In defense that he was not re
sponsible for his act, on account of un
sound mind, which had been produced
by taking an alleged cure for the
use of alcoholic stimulants. The Jury
stood eight to four for conviction from
the sturt. Subsequent to the verillct the
bond of 5IcCarthy was reduced to $500,
The case now goes over to the Septem
ber term of the court.
I or lleeelvlng (stolen (lutnls,
Joe Isenberg, a second hand dealer,
was yesterday ui rested by tho police
for receiving stolen ptoperty, nnd unless
he can piodnee tho boys from whom he
purchnbed several bundled pounds of
brubs car boxings, he will bo prosecuted
by the Union I'aclllo Hallway Company,
fiom whom the brass fixtures were
stolen, for some time the company has
been vvoirlcd by losses of this nature,
which Is said to be carried on systemat
ically by .1 gang, and tho llndlntj of a
large iiudiitlty of their castings In the
possession of Isenbeig has given a clue
that they have been looking for, Isen
berg was found loading tho castings
Into a car of scrap Iron Intended for
shipment to St. Louis nnd claims he
does not know fiom whom he purchased
Meinc) Drawer Tupped,
Yesterday at the noon hour, when A.
51, llaln was away from his olllce and a
young lady clerk wus In charge, somo
one managed to tap tho money drawer
and secure ?S in cash therefrom.
The young lady in charge of the olllce
steppee) out for a moment and when she
returned she vvui surprised to see a
stranger In the olllce, standing; near II r.
lialn's desk. The stranger asked for
11 r, Haln and. said he would wait until
he returned. lie did so, and talked
with Mr, Haln about his joining a na
tional building and loan association
which he claimed to represent. The
stranger hulled from Kansas City, and
immediate!- alter Mi. aejjartuta from
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE IT !
ing role. I havo had tho compound In my
apartment nil the season.
"In New York, besides my work In 'Car
men,' 'Don Giovanni' and other operas, I
rehearsed the part of Anne in Verdi's
'1'alstaff,' and sang at the Mist production
of this masterpiece Although my strength
had been severely Weed, I sang with per
fect ease I don't think that this would
have been possible had not my bodily en
ergy been sustained bj" I' tine's celery com
pound "It will alwa)s afford me sincere pleas
ure to speak highly of the compound to
mv colleagues "
Despite her french name, 51lss do Lus
san Is an American girl. She studied
music In New York when she was very
young, nnd her training was completed In
Paris Her Ametlcan debut was made at
the 5Ietropolltan opera house, New York,
In tho season of lWI-"). She sang In Phil
adelphia Boston nnd Washington, and
then went with Abbey & Grau's company,
of Chicago. 5IIss de Lussan Is tho only
American singer who has appeared before
the queen of Great Hrltaln.
Paine's celery compound, which refreshed
the olllce Mr Hitn missed Ills monev
He made complaint to the police, but
thej- could not net in the premises, as
no evidence could be nddueed sufllclent
lj' Bttong to even admit of Issuing a
warrant. About S o'clock he was nr
resteMl and placed In jail Ills name Is
C I Yntes, nnd he broke down completed)-
when placed In jail, acknowledg
ing his guilt He returned the $S nnd
wrote a statement, which he signed,
while tho tears vveio coursing down his
cheeks, saying he had taken the money
Charged Willi .Murder.
The charge of 'shooting with attempt
to kill wns yesterday withdrawn ngalnst
Adolph Klenner and the charge of mur
der substituted, Klenner shot his broth
er on April I nnd tho wound proved
fatal. A preliminary hearing will be
had before Judge Johnson next Thurs
day morning at 0 o'clock.
Dentil of 51 r. Peter OTurrell,
Mrs, Hridget O'Farrell, wife of Peter
O'farrell, one of the best known Irish
American citizens of IxJdvcnwnrth, died
j'estcrday morning nt 11.30 o'clock. In
tho B3d year of her age, of rheumatism
of tho heart und pneumonia, Mrs,
OTarrell came to this, city In 1SS7 from
Jefferson countj 51o , and has made It
her home continuously since that time.
Besides a husband she leaves live grown
sons and a daughter. William Clenry,
a St, Louis merchant, Is n bi other of the
DUtrlit Court I'rim eilliiKi.
In the district couit yesterday after
noon William O. Smith was, granted a.
dlvorcet from his wife, Agnes, on the
ground of gross neglect of dutj',
Ilertha lUy was granted u divorce
from her husband, John, on the same
In tho case of Shiro vs. Insloy the
mandate of the supremo court was or
dered spieied on the journal and the
case set for April 27.
The inundate of the supreme court In
the Uleakley-T.iylor contest case was
also ordeied spread upon the Journal,
In the case of Denton vs. droves n
motion for a new trial was sustained;
sixty days given in which to mako u,
Five sheriff's sales were confirmed.
Myron II. Uergen Is the manufacturer of
the finest mattresses and pillow's on the
market. They are called Cellulose and are
guaranteed never to pack and become hard
or lumpy. Address 21J Shawnee street,
There was quite u flurry at pollco
headquarters jesterday afternoon by
the arrest of a Mr, Price, who was
charged with peddling cheese without u
license, finally a warrant wns Issued
and 51 r. Price was arrested, but later
matters were smoothed over.
The Union Paclllo pay car visited
The ball game between the St.
Josenh.. Jio., and Leavenworth, teams,
The World Famed
this brilliant performer's weary nerves
after manj a hard evening's work. Is prized
by singers, nctori, clergymen In fact, by
all whose duly occupation li.volves nervous
and emotional tension.
Sleeples-snesx, loss of nppetlte, Indigestion
nnd a general depression of strength are
Ills with which legions of Intellectual men
and women have a mournfully close ac
quaintance. It Is rcallj- .1 pity that anj--body
should continue to suffer when Paine's
celeiy compound will put these amotions to
What 5Ilss de Lussan savs of her profes
sion Is true of all others. There Is no bitc
cess without hard work. After all the fine
things said about the dignity of labor, the
fact remains that prolonged work under
pressure shatters bodj- nnd spirits.
Wherever In this broad land men work
nnd strive, Paine's celery compound Is re
garded as a godsend. In shop, olllce nnd
factory, In the theater and among the
wear)' wives and mothers, who bear the
burden of domestic toll, Paine's celerv com
pound Is prolonging life by strengthening
every bodily function.
It Is hailed as a peerless remedj- In nil
cases of enfeebled nerves and Impure
will be called in Maple park at I.SO this
A party of j-oung ladles and gentle
men from this citj enjoyed an outing
and fishing at Hrlghton -Mine lake, about
four miles and a half south of Leaven
worth, und returned with quite a catch
The condition of Herman Hruns, who
is ill with pneumonia, is regarded as
critical li" his friends.
The board of police commissioners
give It out that there will be no more
policy shops opeiated in Leavenworth
under anj circumstances.
5Ir. J. L. Hunting Is adding a pretty
addition to his dwelling house on Arch
General Superintendent J O. Hrlnker
hoff, of tho Union Pacific road, was in
this cltj" yesterdiij-.
Tho First Methuellst church, corner of
fifth and Choctaw btreets, Is being
given a thorough external overhauling.
Ilev. Father Jennings, for several
years stationed at Fort Leavenworth,
depatted yesterday for ills new station
at Frankfoi t.
Dost want thy teeth like Ivory white.
Thy lips like roses blooming,
Thy breath perpetual delight.
The common air perfuming?
Use SOZODONT, for that will bring
Health, beauty, fragrance, everything!
U 51, Gunn, Tioston, Is at tho Coates.
V. J, August, New York, is at the Coates,
A 1 1, Sproule, Chicago, Is at tho Coates.
W. T, french. Trinidad, Is nt thoCoites.
C. 51. Krum, St, Louis, Is at the Coates.
G A, 5Ieael, Philadelphia, is at the
W. P. Hartford, Omaha, is at the Coates.
W. W. Abraham, Haltlmore, Is at the
A. J Gustln, Kearney, Is at the Coates,
J, II, lloliuan, Indianapolis, Is at the
Peter Calkcr, of Kdgcrton, Kas was at
tho New Albany yesterday,
J, L Hlu and J, 51. Hlnson are at the
New Albany, from Dover, ilo,
J, It. Skinner, of Athol, Kas is at the
W. II. Wutklns. of Vlnlta, I, T Is at the
W. J. Strong, of La Junta, Col., Is at the
Congressman-elect W, P, Hepburn, of
Clarlnda, la., passed through the city last
nltht, en route to Waco, Tcx to attend the
leunlon of Grand Army veterans.
J, G, White and wife, Uloomington, 111.,
are ut the Victoria.
W. V. Draffen, Iloonvllle, JIo.. Is at the
I! II, Rowland, Chicago, is at the Vic
toria. U. J. O'lJryan, Louisville, Ky., is at the
M. C, McNlel, St, Louis, Mo., Is at the
A. II, Carpenter, Chicago, 111., is at the
C. It. Fitzgerald, Louisville, Ky., Is at the
' i It. Kempt. Boonvllle. Mo., is t the
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One Sues on n s.iibsrrlptIon nnel th Other
Is hueel by a Contractor.
W. T. Hickman, It. A. Long, D. O. Smart
nnd others, deacons and trustees of the
hlxth and Prospect Avenue Christian
church, jesterday filed suit In tho circuit
court against Dr. I. 51. ltldge to get Judg
ment for J1.000 and Interest since April,
1SW. The money sued for is alleged to be
tho nmount of a subscription made by Dr.
Itldge at that time toward building the
ehuich structure. In which the Itev, George
II. Coombs now preacnes.
Another church got tangled up In litiga
tion jesterdaj- through a suit tiled to es
tablish n lien against Its building. The
plaintiff was Pat Donnellv nnd the de
fendant the Hv angelical Lutheran Emanuel
congregation, on Nineteenth street. The
plaintiff was a sub-contractor upon the
building of the church, and he claims that
there Is still due him for labor and mate
rial Know. The contract was let in Oc
tober. 18 U, to S. II, Hoverforden, one of the
officers of tho church, the plaintiff says,
and tho latter sublet the vvotk to him.
Now Suits filed.
:3SD3. Jlldland National bank vs. W. Ti.
Campe Jlanufacturlng Company; attach
ment. am. W. T. Hickman et al vs. I. 51.
IlldKe; subscription, fl.ouO.
:JjJ7. 5IIchael Weinberg vs. Phillip Aron
vlu; appeal from Krueger, Justice of the
.m 5Iary Crenshaw vs. J. P. O'Neill
and Jeremiah 5Iassej ; injunction.
Jim. Pat Donnelly vs. Julius Karges et
al: mechanic's Hen.
SIOW. State National bank, of St, Jo
seph, vs Pumas County bank, of Ileaver
City, Neb.; attachment.
Attorney II, 51. Jlerrlvvether yesterday
filed In the circuit court 170 suits against
delinquent taxpajers, who failed to re
spond to tho Invitations sent out by ex
Tax Collector Hayes to walk up and pay.
The illdland National bank has com
menced attachment proceedings In the
circuit court against tho W. 11. Campe
Jlanufacturlng Company, which assigned
frlday to John Stevens. The attachment
was for $10,000, which was named In the
deed of trust given to 5In Stevens.
Death of Mrs. 7ell- Fields.
51rs. Zella 51111s fields, widow of Joseph
fields, of Slater, died 'inursday afternoon
at tho home, 1118 Hast Llghth street, of a
complication of troubles. She had been 111
for over four months. 5lr. Melds was
formerly cashier of the Savings bank at
Slater but, after Its failure last winter, he
went to Hi Pnso. Tex., where he died sud
denly of heart disease. His widow came
to tills city shortly before, while ho was
still In Texas, She was 111 when she came
here, nnd the sudden shock of his death
precipitated the end. Mrs fields was the
daughter of the late II, S. 51111s, founder
of the Dank of II, S. Hills, In this city, Slio
was 41 yeurs of age, and leaves three, small
children. Her husband was burled In
lllmwood, and she will be placed beside
htm. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Auotlier Iteriiuut In Progress,
Recorder of Voters Arnold yosterdny
morning begun the recount of ballots In
the contest of Oscar Dah! against John II.
Thompson for the olllce of criminal court
clerk. The lecount wus begun at the Sixty,
third precinct. He will be compelled In a
few days to kusnend the recount In order
to prepare for the special election, lo be
held on June 6.
George W. Haln will lecture at the Coates
opera house this afternoon at 3 o'clock on
"Our Countrj', Our Homes and Our Duty,"
General Shelby yesterday arranged for
the rooms In the Masonic building for the
use of the Interstate Commerce commis
sion, thut holds a session here, beginning
Q. P. Sherman, 43 years of age, was
struck by u, cable car at fourth and Wal
nut streets last night and received severe
bruises about the face and head. Ilo was
taken to his home at No. 401 ilaln street,
after Police Surgeon Juen had intended to
Justice Case gave Judgment yesterday
against Hegan & Monroe, proprietors of the
Novelty theater, for :9t), due to Mrs. F. I
Keating, owner of the building, for rent.
He also decided In favor of Mrs. Keating
for possession of the building. The money
due for tent was paid out of court and a
compromise at some kind effected, by
which Mrs. Frank Monroe will have the
lease of the building, la which, the theater
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