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These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise.
For High Grade Work,
S4 "Mlimrot; Ate.
trl. West '-M.
remember thpre Is
m Kirlrjr lntltiitr
In liIIM III). Mil.
Uremic nf I hinp
F, G, GROTHERS, BELLE"vTEW !
Tailor. Md iii.ii, imiiiiiion.
I l"r uitiiith.
M'i Jllnnfntft t.. f v r. , r
lmn.wllt),Ka V MII'SOII . JOB,
liiatiilei urt'oML llnlg
nn tables, both toot
of Import-1 ii nil do
luc'llr clgirs. HimiIiu
rorins iitichetl. I. W
TOWN1 It, Prop fltl
Phono No UIM
Por thi nert lttt
i" an 1 will Ljunt'iy
Lace Curtains at VJi
ntlece, or Mv nr ulr
11. 1'. Ul'l.l', Prop,
Alii A. state st...
Kiiiiii ( lit. Kansas.
W, W. OVERTON.
Jmiclioii Grocery anil Ileal Market.
I9. IWA lim ITfthst Tel west (U
II l)h rim goods, luw tirlrei full eight,
cotirtMH IriMtinsiit prompt delivery
W'lTIl svery I pur.
tl rha or more,
in ule t niir stole bo.
lorn Miit " w.i Hill
give 1 HI. I", one box of
11 11 1 pcl il brand
Writing Piper, worth
regular . cents per
,1 II O ItTellv prop
1D0 YOU WANT TO SAVc MOIicY?
' Hero I thi way to do It. Look at thl'
tuotn house e0 fpt of ground, elegant
t lo ntlon, lots of li.nlr-, 1 lo" to iui Ilni',
ot prl p. SJ.iw), J.'iji) r ifh. Iml.inPC, Wi
1 piT tnunth
7 rouin houp, to fret of Rroun 1 linn lo
r .in in priK'. tl i, trrnin n.itim on itioxr
, tiii: rdiiTtMftrTH i.N-vnrMi:xT co.
! TV!' iilton Mi Kaniai i'lt, Ka.
Itemed tiv anv waller)
In Kansas CTtv, Mo
Ttlll be re-pllcd bj us
on jbh renditions as
Mntpuoti tli ticket
lliinfiirit A Alii it
61.' Mltmeota menue
A Nicely Dressed Foot
Ocnotcs iN'eattiets In Dress.
U'c liavr nh'il oti want All llir lalpt
Mjlt In SIrn', I.tIIiH', t'tilMron'"
Htnl Mlssrn' Klioc Tans, black nnd
calf In nil slrn nnd lnt (it prices to
irnlt (lie time". ITne't lino of l!.ib
Shoi'i nlo .1 coinpli to lino of ni'W
hllilren Strap Suldln" In vnrlotm
color. Call ami r.vamlne our spring
F. A. Arends,
I'lftli mill Minnrootii Atiiiuts
The Journal office has been
removed lrom the Chamber
ot Commerce to the rirst floor
ol the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
HANDLES c 50 ft
DRUGS. 514 Minn. Ave.
A MISMATED COUPLE.
miis. (ji:kti:i'I)i: im.iia.m plaintii r
in ,v si 1 1 roic ii()i:ci:.
HER HUSBAND WAS JEALOUS.
sun ciiaik.ks uni uiii cki'i:i,iv
ami ii a i.m. urn u.ui iii:n.
Insurillli I oilip.lllli". MllM l'a the st.itt.
l'art of llielr I'r. iiiIiiiiih A (Titiith
siilni; for 'roitiNi .1 l..itid
IrlnlbiirK Hi turiii, T ho
A Fensatlonal divorce ult wan filed In
the dl"trli I i ourt ycsteidaj mornltiK. Its
till" i ijertrude Ingram aeaiiibt Mlllanl
A Insram lloth parties are well Known
In tin- lt. the defendant beiiiB a prom
inent biiMm vh man here for many sears.
Mi. and Mn lugiain wire man led at
Ctntr.illt, ka,., .June l, 17!.. nnd thty
nioierl to thin city about eleven years hko.
where the defendant opened up a latK"
clothiim nore Hl years ao lie failed, but
later orsanUed the Midway Lumber Com
pany and .onducteil Its alTalr.s until last
fall, win n it tailed.
In thr pititlon plaintiff states that tlio
defendaui has bom Kiillty of cvtretno
crueltj and of abanilonmi-iit. Hho says
that lie hiti been cm esoively Jealous of
her without any just cause and has often
times ac us. d Iut of Immodesty and ton
du tuiK hcn-clf improper!). Hlie claries
that hi iinployed tple to watch her. Oil
account of these act UK.itlun,-, h as,
ho has ftli Kieatly humiliated continually
tot Hie pa-t three yea) mid that durlns
that lime her life lias been made mlbera
bl. On April 27. IStfi, the cl.ilmi,, the de
fendant met her In a hurlm-M- Injure actoss
the iftatc lim and in the presence of a
Iuiko number of people harmed her with
adultirj and drvv a molvei irom his
poi kel an J m ule threat, nlni; dimoustia
tlona tuwaid li. I. Aft. r her return homo
on the t-ame day, the sas, lie went there
end repealut hli chati;e In tin piesincc
of other relalhes and (rltmla. hhe fur
ther kayt, that altlioiiKh they hate con
tinued to lite under tlm fc.aiiie roof during
the pasi three fars they hate not asso
ciated toselher hhe claims that lni;r.im
Is wealthy, but t.he does not know how
Ids money Is lntet.sl and she asks for n
absolute ditorio and flO.'.o alimony .She
also wants tlio lourt to require the de
fendant to pat i imj into court Inline'
illitely with which to pa her (ounscl and
the coMs of the suit.
The lilmsj of thlo wilt will no doubt
create mu h HirprWe umonir the p.iiiilo
of Iht" mi on aKouut of the patties he.
In- so well known, and from the tact that
no one iter smpe ted that there was any
trouble elstlna between Mr and .Mrs
Ingram They reside at .S'i 713 Ann att
une and they hate i son. William Intjrain,
who N now attendliiK nillitar eojIvKc at
Columbia Mo The suit was tiled by At
tsrnejk Hut.lilni-s and Kepliniier,
in iii:i.n:i: 1 1 iei:tu;.v.
Iiitur.liice Coiiipuili .tliut Pay tin. Statu
Part of llulr Preiiiliiiiii.
The riremen s Iteliif Association, of this
city, has prepar. 1 the ntccsaty paiiers
which will tutltle n tu a share In the
dltlsiou of the ercclprotal ta," which Is
to be collected from the llfferent Insuranco
companies doing business In iho state. The
relief fund will be derived under thu pro
visions uf kin.itc hill Xo. 'Mi. which pro
tides that each Insurance company oper
ating In the state of Kansas shall be re
quired to pay Into the lllturanee depart
ment at Toneka i.' on etert tlOJ worth uf
Insurance written by It duilng each ear,
ending December 31 This money will bo I
given to the tlii'tuen's icllef assoeiatlons I
of the various cltks In the state, to be
used us a relief fund The new law pro
ldes that any person who becomes dis
abled while discharging his duties as a
fireman hall be entitled to a portion ot
the fund It also provides that in ease a
member of the lire department should b
killed or die from Injuries received whllo
performing his duty, an appropriation shall
be made for hU widow
All tl"' Insurance omp.inles arc com-
Celled to i ike out a report of the r year's
ustness and Hie It with the superlntrtjuent
of insurance. The proper am mnn must
be uaid to t Insurance lepntni'it within
Uty da a tom December 31. lu ca; g(t
Knccr's (If-m llrntf Slot e
I limes Medicines.
t hemic -tit, Paucr and
In! let Articles,
"t'ljiiKP", Ilrii4bn. Per
fumer) etc Physl
ci iii prescriptions
I I arntulty cimiimmlpil,
nnd orders iinti(il
wtih rat aneltlliiratch.
.111 .tiincol.i All',
(nmtr, 1 utttitr ( itrrti.
1 fenm Hint till 4klti IIU
ii , rnd for Hooks
l'lrilftr liiiutlou Juurntl,
Dr. D. M. BYE,
I'limhlmvOtin (HI Cure.
Ill) lit -
B, Piymouth Rock
fes i to si per 1 a,
i blcciis west and 2
Ii out- norlli (julnd.uo
st I, load
Put on ne wall pa
Justice ol the I'cace,
Sen N'miinor i Ta
t t'. .MilltlllKlll.l Al.
tprlnrmel It hull t
jtlbllitlt It lHUlS!-ll
t oliri tloni a fti prl il'v
pr vilnt your dwtil
lint l.tnplov only llrst
IIim tour Point
and Pnppr of I
W. P. WHITE,,
SIS Mluticsola Ave
wa A Oo candle
&' ...i.. ..
J1J Lllll LU113
Less thnn J
cent per hour.
WfandoUo Gns Co.
III. I. 'Kill. HuMPdlll'l
ilefaull on the p-irt of ant iii'iiraiue com
pant to pay the mom to the inuranec
department, Us eertllh ite- nf nuthoiltj,
to Insure shall at once be I'tokel by the
supeiinti ndeiit of Insuiaiii,
May ('auti' T rouble T ..-d it lletwten tluMlcc
IliiL;hi". ntiil sheiltT t'eti roii,
To-d.it Is criminal dat In Justice IIuhIics'
com t. The docket Is as follows'
Stale (Ti.ules Cant, murder In the
llrst UcKicp, Joe I'.'iisiiiKtun, assault. Henry
(Jatewood. assault . I'atilck Ilussv1l, as
sault; I'ranlt Walsh assault, and (Tllf
(Jean, assault with Intent lo kill. The easy
of Chillies Carey will not llkelt lie heard,
ns It Is iind.rstood lh.it Shi riff Peterson
will refuse to allow tti" prisoner to be
tnkeli from the touiitt Jail Justice llUKhes
will Issue nn oidei tn-uini row moiiilUK' ln
stiucline; a constable to bring Cue Into
court The constable will seite the papeis
on the sherlit, who will demind an order
from JtiilKf Alden befoie he will clellfr the
prisoner. The trouble will ptobabl reach
a cllma to-d.i).
iv.itr tiii: i,am.
ills! ('linn Ii
A ( oiilliilttt e s. l,.t t. .1 to ttake ArrtllK.'
loenls for Its Ci'lebr Itlou.
Arinncem. i.ts for Decorillon clav eei-
cis,- in this tlt hate been pla 1 In the
hands of a committee c .impost d of Major
I: S W. Drought, Colonel I. C, Ti ue and
C W. .MiCluic This .vjinmlttie will sc
enic si-feral speakers and also act as a te
cepilon ciimmin.e. Tile celebration will
consist of a p.nade tluough the pilnelpal
sue. ts and to Woodlawu lemetciv, where
tin grates wll be dec orated A c ompant of
IT A It mcmbeis will alo j,"j to the otln r
gratejaicls and decorate the mate"- In
the etenlng a meeting will be held at tin
Tabernacle, wheie addiesM.js will be d. Ii
erecl by set el al H eminent sjieakei'. Hon
Powell Clayton, ot Aikan'-.is, will l" tln
leadlng oiator of the da.t .1 1, Imi,t.l
low h.is been selecltd as grand miiiMial ot
A slIIAMiP. MOtlAN.
sbo Pre it lied tu u Croud on Mluuisola
At nun l..i"l Night.
A strange woman appealed on the .street
here last night and for oter an hour tur
nlshed amusement to quite a riowil of
lookers-on. Slu said -he was "Mollli, tin
slum preacher" She occupied a prom
Incut place on a corner on Mlnue-ota at c -nue.
where she held a iiieotiiig, oter which
she presided A pitrnlman lequesied lit i
to use the street If she desired to hold a
meeting, but she repll.d lit -ating thu
she would stat there until the Lord motnl
her. Khe said she was wealthy and in it
she was not In aicord with Hie belief- ot
jny form of Christianity. She Is unknown
to nntone in the tit She said she w is
going to Lansing to preach to the peni
tVIIKIUNI. ON A PAItM.
.hiiiie- Owens Arre-ti.l Ppmi tlio (Ti irge of
Iturgl ir .Hid l.an t ii),
James Owens was arrested vc.stenlaj by
Dtputy Sherlif i'att rson on the charge of
burglaiy and laueny He was at work on
a faim near I'omeioy whin placed under
arrest On the night of 1'tbriiary II, a
.Mis-oiirl i'acilli freight car on the Connor
switch was ente rcl and a large quantity
of corn was stolen Three men ate now
in the toiinty jail charged with the crime.
W A I'liliiiu Was captuMd at Llheity
several weeks ago and a man Humid Tur
ner was placed undet anest at Spilng
Held. Mo, a few das ago. The will be
tiled at the June term of the district
OL'INN SUM' TO .JAII.
lie Must stauil Trill fur Hie Murder of
tlrs Pat) tl i) inn,
John Qulnn was bound ovir to the dis
trict court yesttiday bv Justlee Hells, to
await trial for the miiicUr of Mr- I'atsy
(Ta)ton The bond of the ace used was
placed at W.t, In Off. mil of which he was
committed tu the county Jail The pre
lluiln.tiy hearing was begun Monclu) und
i ompleted Tuewlay Vrsteiilay was set fur
the Ulgilllltnts ill tilt i.l.e but the attol.
lieys for both the state and the defense
agrewl to rest their case Paul Jones, for
the difensi. made an aigumem to the
court in itgard to the amount of the pits
i kiuiiiuiu; iiiuiu.Ns.
lie ! Not lllntiirbiil by the Charge uf At'
i. nipti-ii iirioi r).
lie. "ii nve-.ti miii,iuii in uf least I Oll-
i fining the charges preferi.d Ii. said
that at the proper time le wuull make a,
state imiit of his side, of the case
In the Piilliit Court,
The "llppllngshop" keeiiers continue to
contribute to the police fund Ytsterday
eleven offendets of the prohlbiior) law
were analirned in the police touit Nine
of them paid ) each, and the leinainlug
llirre had their case continued John Ho.
gun who was arrested lur breaking into
a Missouri I'ucliio Height car. was turned
oter to the state. P. I) Datiitsuii.who was
arrested for running a dUoniniy house-,
was tilled 25, as were- also nine Inmates
who were taken fiom his place by the po
lice Tuesday night. Thty were givi'ii a
stay, pending good behavior
Ills 1. Hurls Conn, ii nihil.
At the unnual inciting of tin Heneral
Association of the Congregational
Churches of Kunsas held at Topeka. r
lentl, the foIIi(Wlng resolution was
adopt 'd t
"lU-sglvtcJ, Thai tbi atsocUtiou appre-
H. I. PARR,
IlKt.t ltl.l' H1UK
Tlio Trillin's of tin. I nloii Itaji
siiing if. is. 'limit'.
The cae of .1 V. Onll.tKlicr anil other-,
truitt'i's of tin- I'nlon lianllit chut' h, of
Jiiiu'ltnn. iiBiilnxt IJ li. M.tlnc. will l)'
tried In the disttlct court to-da. In the pe
tition the plalntllTH claim that the chun h
WH-, orcmlnl In 1, anil 'hut the defend
ant atfr.eil to plve the chun h two ai r. i
of land, provldlni; the other meniheii
would donate MlllU lent funui. with which to
trect a ( Inn h edlllce then on The plain
tins ilalm that the raided ...'' and liullt
a Ilni etllllce on the Kround pioinlifd. Thev
aft'iward a-kul M.itnv to ule the chinch
a decil to the two aciii, but he refused.
Now they want the court to compel him
to deed the property to the chinch. One
of the tiuitt'i'H of the (hurch, who li meu
tloned ns plalntlft, li a lirotlioi of the .le-fendant.
l'rei,int rrledburg. of the board of
tra le, who was tharud with attempting to
bill), ilari P.ell and William IT. I. li. r,
memb rs of the board of ulucation, i.tuni
i'd tsterda) fiom a trip to rk.uis.is He
THK KANSAS CITY -JOmXAL, THURSDAY, MAY 9. 189,3.
Olale the tnd. lat.mible exertions or It-t
J. I DoiiKhirtv. D. D. for the nlipprc
Ion of lottrrlei" and Bumbling In Knhn
Oltt. Krti , nn I tti rrjolec In the marked
mu i ewhlch hii it-owned hl efforts In
securing the recent enactment of law fur
the fcuppresslnn "f thce grent social evils
not onlv lu hl own rlt, but throughout
the wliulc stnt "
"Mrs. Onrlet's Wat UiirU."
The enlertnlmneiit culled "Mr. Jnr
Icv s Wnt nrk Pp In tate" will
be given nt I he Tabernacle this even
ing, under the auplie of the Woman's
nuilllarv of SI Paul chnn'li.Kiinn! Pit),
Kns Aiming the characters represented
In Mm .Inriet's lollectloli will be. Trllliv
Hveiiunll, tlrlmaldl, gupcti Ml, the Danclnis
(llrl, the Last Piltire or the W)nndnlti
Indians Clctelulid. ijuecn Kllrnlicth, His
limtrk nhd Little Ni II In addition tu these
it inn)! nt prnitramnie ttlll lie rendered, nnd
(he enlerlniiimelit will close with n fane
coined) entitle I "The Train to Mittiro "
llerlslnns III lilt S,
Judge Alden, of the district court, tins
bi'Ph eniMKC.1 durllnr the pt three tints
In heiiiiiK n,t Injuiietlnn sulln ngalnsi tin
iltt of Anreiitltie The plnlntln lit the
eases was the Kansns Town Pompnii). Hv
th" elce Mem "f Hie '"tut hnnded down c
teflat, the ta foi the linprotemelit of
Kfrolig nl chile Is dnrlaMd in be Milld,
while that linnised for the Improvement
of ltuh.t incline Is dee hired told These
sir-Is w ie Improved Inst fall Argentine
p. nl alee u Jii,ii In sliiet Improvements
A son tif the Itcwdtttltiti.
llev Dr llael.ur-. the pastor of the
ilrnii'lilcn Presbtterlnn t linn li, has been
mile a number of the Sen n-tt of the or
der of the Sons of tin1 lt"tcilullnn In the
stale of Missouri and of the i luiptct of
Kansas Pitt. Mo Ills gieat-grnndrather
on his Kr.indliinlh"! s side was Colonel
John Chester, of n voltitionart fame', and
his grent-Kraiielfnlncr on hl gliimlfather's
si le commindi"l i unltnent of light
horse and was iiitliulnrly commended
bv Cetietii Wnnhiuitt .n Di llackus him
self was an ollicet ,n the lite war on the
Hlie li d Olllierc
The directors of the Pollei-eof Ph.vslclans
and Surgeons held their animal election of
olllcers esi'rdiit The folliwlng olllcers
weie chosen- Pic lili'iit. In J W. Mat,
llrst the pitsidtnt. Dr. W P Holder;
.se-oinl tl'e ,n "hl.'iit. s t Harrison, ge n
eril nr. Intv Dr I" M Herrlngtoii,
llnaucinl se. letirt. In. 1! A Huberts,
trejsiiler. Di John Ttoillnnn
lu Cbirge tif Ills ouirrt
W A Lldiedge, who retlitd recently
from the oilice of clt license Inspec tor.
has laken full charge of his Urge quarry
and will detote his entire mention to thai
business, lit. Is neiit engird! In lijlng
stone sidewalk lu this cltv Ml llldieclge
has one of the largest qu.irtiis In the
Will tie tliiteli'tl III lii'lllglll.
The member- of Pompniit- A. K. N" n ,
will be mu-tered Into seitice to
nlu'ht at the court of common pleas The
a Ijiitaiit genera! fiom Topeka will be
pn si nl and hate t lunge of th" ceremonies
Tin new milltait company is composed of
lift) -two old soldiers
sttiiiie sidewalks ( heap.
Are joti thinking of building a sidewalk?
If so why not put down i substantial
one'' We ciin constiuct ton a h nuWornc
stone walk for the s mie amount of money
you would spend foi i pi ink walk. See'
me for prices. W. A. HI.DllHDtli:.
.til, I KOI'lll.ls lll-CIM.I.AN V.
fellowship lodge No 2, Knights of It th
i if will ini'"t to-night mil perform work
In the I'.siiulie rank
T N. Johnston ,: Son. N'o 1121 North
Third street, are agent- Tor our celebrated
nn i Hard Winter Wheat Hour. Tele
INTnUNATIONAI. HOLLint MILLS.
lltnr) J. Arnoll. Proprletoi
Mrs. M. S. Hoover, of No ln.'il North
ITflli siiiet, reported to the' police vester
cla) that some one had enlded hei home
during her ab-ence and i.insacked
It All the furniture was .ll-ai langed by
the bmglanc In the s,.,irth for monev and
taltialilcs Theli scan li tta piolltle'ss.
(It libel's cream soda for familt u-e.
Set en foieclosure suits were Hied In the
dlstiict court yesterda)
Llton C. Halt, of this clt). mil MI-s
Heienlce Duby, Cattaiaugus eotintv, N
Y, was gtanted a license to mairy by the
probate judge ye1 tenia)
Ilobert L. Marshmun, In-uiauce, ,w Min
Cltt A-ses-or Darlington will submit a
lepoit to the count) eleik of the a--ess-nie'tit
to-morrow In comphinie witii the
state law- He will not hat. the work com
pleted, however, until a few tints prior
lo the meeting of the board ol equall. 1
tion. which will be held Jim. in
The board of education will ele. t a e Icrk
nt the next meeting, to be held Monday
Twelve lots, including un two-storv
bilck dwelling, .iiitl i i in an totiitii on
noithtast , aint Tilth -tti,i and liimitt
avenue, will be -.old it pub! an Hon Ma)
L'7. lS'il at lu '. In k it tin i, nut hoti-e
t I 7 llllllMH t .
and 1 'ancy
: : Groceries
at Lowest lh Ices.
i.o nl- eicllv re I to
all puts of lLo t ity
NOW 1- house-cleaning
lime .ind I havo
n it you want lu now
, Wall Paper
it Luwtst Prl, ei.
til(l5 Kllll1.! APr
THOS, 0. OAILEY DANIELS BROS.
i 1.1 Kim is w
(lur Mori is full uf
I tart; Mm in
ItiHiti. shtii -., ( loth
tfi, II it-., ( up-,
futt 1 urnUhhiff
liodilf, 1 rtmIH ;iim1
u1lii, inapt 1 1 our
block before tiu tu,;
I'ndertakcrs . .
ji reasouabUi prices
( trnor PacUanl ht. .mil
hail's i ae. lei I .its)
open iliv ami nlhl
Vi.lo l'i taali and
fio moiithiy at 7 per
i rut mwrtvit. Also
C-ie.it htlgdnti in
ilmitet and Lot
HlMII'J tU li.llli
JLNKLNS i I'AliSOXS,
A I Ii h,lllr,lln Al.
John T. Sims
.lilstlt e of the
All liusluets transact,
wliooui publicity, If
desired (Mike In the)
Welsh IllocU fourth
ami Ivans is av.utio.
Arrangeiii, uts Hi lug tlaile for the Con
strut tioii of a New VI. niufat luring
'I. iut on the .South sidt'i
The South sldt Is coming Into promi
leiue a- u ceimr for manufactories and
ndiistrles of tai iuu kinds T'ht Kansas
'., ... i.i.i i..i...i. .,,.. i. ... ......
c.ti- iui.- in tut t ie init uc tiie cat luuiuiiy.
The enteiprl-e Is under the management
of r Ilni Ii lull Juhiisou, who has had a
gieat ileal of etpeshnce In sueli malleis.
.Mi. Johnson was ih.. founder of the Kan
sas Pit) Steel an 1 I run Works, of Ai
gentlue, which was nftuw.irel suld to V.
I. .Sccbeiger, who Is now operating thu
plant. Ponti.ii iui T J. LniTghl, of Ar
gtilliuc, is making an tilort to secuie Iho
iiintr.ut foi doing tlio woik of consiiuci
Iiik ihc new pi un. A company will soon
be organl.itl and the work uf lonslruc.
linn begun as .-non as ariangemcius. uro
Tu stttite tin. t .topers' strike,
'JTie men thcj-tn to foim an .ubltratlon
board wltli pown- 10 s. ttlu the dlltereiiees
exUtinu betweiii the Kelley Jtros.' loop
erage Company ami thu sulking coopeis,
will hold theli tli it session this after
noon ai sunn pl.i, .- ii, be designated this
morning .Mr K.li.) will be represented
on the lioaitl lv J t. ijuail-s and P.
Welch and Un coop, rs will he rt pr -stilted
by President J.. litis, n, of the Tildes As.
semblt. anil en otlui man not yet cho
sen. This tuinuiniit will be given until
.May It to still' th. iioulile. All inieresitsl
uppear ksilivll.d with this pi in of settle,
inent .nut a n. an able ami satisfactory
urfreement will likely be made.
HU II, ail -truck a Post,
Motorman Le, 0t ihc Armounlale branch
of the "L reia i met with a serious uccl.
dent yesterd. ) mt.i ning. while on duty.
Ills tar was , r, n the Seventh street
viaduct, when hi- uitiitlon was aitracied
to the side of itn , .1 by some noise. Just
Um lie leaned out .1 1 the side of the front
platform of the ui his head struck a post
on the viaduct. H, .van picked up In an
unconscious condition and removed to his
home at Itivc-rn- u
MUit 11 ineoili.
Lewis Harris Mai arrested yesterday by
a constablo from Ju-tl e Sims' court, on
u vvairant 'barging him with failure to
support his wif He was arraigned before
Justice Sims anl m default of u bond of
$3W ttas commute 1 to the county Jail. Ills
trial will oc ur lie t Tuesday
The -cker faun y, rvslUlnfa- at No. 931
MJ -, M,t", , ,,..111J , Ullll'.II.J tilt- llllll-
pleted its. lirgn pi lilt and now time ,110
encouiMglng prospecis tint anuther largo
plant will be lon-trucied mar the sticei
"THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE
Ifl HAPPY, I'ltiliTl't'L M.vltltlAllE.'
Utery Sinn AYlin Would Knotr th
(Irntul Tritltis, the Plain 1'nrls, the
M'M tllsmterlm tif .lle.llrnl epicure
ns Applied In .Unrrlc.1 Lite, Who
Would Atone feer Piim l'.rrois nn.l
Avoid I'liturc Pltlnlls, s,,,, Kr,nrr
Hie Aiiiiilcrfeil I, title Heinle Cnlleel
11 Cnmplplc Miinlinnit, nml Ilovt to At
"Hire nt lnt Is Infnrmnilnn from it lilcc
ttusllcnl fourictlmt miil work Wondirs wltt
tills (.elicrnlleijinf men "
I he book lull) ilc'trllics n nirtliml by wide
tnnllMn full vigor nml inniit) sitir.
A uitllind It) which tu cud nil unnalura
To cure nerwmsne", lnck nf tclf-control.do-tlitnlenev,
Toeieliinu-e n jnded nnd worn linttirc fur
onenf lirlgb'tit' , h'touilicv and isiwer.
To cut ' fureve r i ITce tol i"tct-i's,overwork,
lo chef till ptrenu-th, .lev elnj-inent nnd ttiti
tin vi rv pmtleii nii'l 1 ip.iti ol tin luslf,
Ago no burlr I'alluro In isc-dlili. Two
tlinusnnd 11 fi riticc
The bocik Is Mini, incnle it nnd "tlintlllc,
lii lest to citrlo'lt) tccl.ti". I ivaltt ible toineii
jiiIv who tusd It.
depiirinc 1 ir.n, V hn 1ml n:iplled to tl",
fnein nfic r wiotc:
"Will. I lill )ntt t'.nt fr-' dnv l one 1 II
IiPtei !oitl. I Jnl biihlintl wild Joy. I
vv.iutid to hue etirvlssl 1 ml till tin 111 mv
uld-ilr li . '. i'Ii 11 )i"-l''nl.iv, ind my lu vv'helf
tins belli tn-d-it. Why 1111I11T mi It'll mu
wli u I lift wrnle th t 1 t ot Id tlndltthli
Ami nnother tbi:
"If )ii 1 iluuipcd n cart I T.d e.f .-old nt my
fpctlt w nntd uni bring m h L'lidiie'-sin'nniy
llfi'iiHjdiii nn thod has limn "
Wrllo to the LKIC MI.HM At. COMPANY,
Itiiffnlo, .V ., rnd ii'k Hit Ihc little biHik
rillid ''COMPLI'.Ti: VVMIOOl)" Hifcrtu
this piper, nnd the ttimpin- prniul-ps to send
the li(Hik, In Frilled invelnne, witliuut any
hinrks, and entirely fne.u'i' 1 1 It Is will Intro,
South lllghth stieet, is 'n a distressing con
dltion. Motnl. iv 11 lire"i r of .Mr. Lcker
died at their home? nnd now evi ry member
or the famll) is sick Theie are. live chll
dien In the familv and no one able to care
for th- oihct members ol the familv.
A fishing party, ceunposcd of Wallace
Donovan James Iir.nlv- ,1 hn Johnson, Ilcn
rv Kensi II, Hairy Tilplett and Patrick
lTannlgan, returned t. -tenia) Irom a trip
to Homier Springs, Ka-
.Mrs D. 11. Steele and son, William,
have gone to Little Illue, Mo to t Mt
friends und relatives
Timothy L)on- was arrested )esterdny
011 a charge of ellsobeting tlio prohlbltoiy
law He gave bond fit his apiicutnuce In
P 11 Davidson, Charles Dlcrson and S
V lllckcn- were nrie-t d yesterday morn
ing for running a pl.n nf 111 repute. I".
liitshnell was ariested r..r frequenting Hie
John Stephenson. Albert Underwood nnd
Jacob P.oodwln returned ,tetcrday from
n fishing tr'ti to liniseshoe lake
I' I. Maniion, of Wichita, Is the guest of
A musical entertnlnm nt for the benefit
of the poor of the eit will be git en May
20 at Plntlln's hall lit -lie W. It c
Sevei il new- member- were Initiated nt
the meeting of the Junior Order of Amer
ican Mechanics las' night.
'II ir rinm 1 r
CnriM r of MIm r
iiM'iuii' und St i nd
t.tr it. Un 011 I11111I a
r 11 1 1 mid 1 oinplt ti
lint- of rtritc-, un di-
1 IlH tl 111! piTfllllH 1 .
IJonUp and Sfitlon
vry W ' arrj u full
lint nf tin Mictm tn-
Illl.iiiiH I'.iliitn anil
The I.oc il
And popular Llrery
man. has Hie i-t rigs
In ihe tt) 11 ton 1 e
siro u. win )cnir gill s
.iflpc tlotis lase h o 1
The pe pu'.ir Metro
pollt in.iteniiH ipsi m
ranier has bee ome la
mella by felting the
lltiust table In Hut city
Tiy him and be con
lllplt.ll, - - V-II.OOO
I till) Paid.
Oldest bank In Ar
li-ss w'vandoitc coun
J. l ThOWBllIDGE,
JUSTICE OE THE
Civil and criminal
ra-.es it led without
prejiullcoor fear tol
If 1 110ns made without
The (Tt) li tori. ui- In Ml I bet uses llroiight
In lest the Valldltc i.r -n 1 l.tl
Several ti st ca-es were tried In the dls
tri. t court this week to ascertain whether
or nol the special taxes levied on abutting
propel t) for tin Improvement of Strong
avenue wen- valid liver) t asu was decid
ed In fav.11 of the city, thus practically
settling all controversy on this matter.
The Injun, ilon obtained recently by the
K insas Town Company enjoining the city
from collecting special tascs for the.
grading ot Ituby avenue, between i'oiuth
and Si tenth streets, was made permanent
In the district court )estcida). This com
ic my owns nearly all of the piopeity
alone; this poitiou of thu venue.
Mrs. S C. Hall left last night for Le
Ington, Ky , where she was called by the
death of her lalher
John M)eis, who has been seriously ill
with the mump', for neteial weeks. Is re
covering. .Mrs. c. S Wutner will entertain the
Oood Samaritan Society of the Methodist
church, also the Willing Workeis of that
chui di. at her home, on Twelfth street,
A collage piayer meeting will bo held
I'rldu) evening at the lesldeiuo of ltev.
P. S. Warnei, hi th" West cud.
llyron Smith and family, of Spear ave
nue, will move to Topeka in a few days
.Mrs. Charles Hubbaid was removed to
St. M'ligniet's hospital yesterday. Sho
has been shk for several months.
Mrs Ucoige Horn will entertain the Oood
Will Society of the Congresntlon.il church
to-el.iy. An all-day session will be held.
Mis. fleorge Parker Is recoveilng from
an illnc'sb of sevnal months' duration.
Mis. Dirndl lliiste.I has ret uvercel fiom
an Illness of several da)s' duration.
John Han man lias moved into ills now
residence, in St Paul's addition
The newly elei ted olllcers of Peace lodge,
Degree ot Honor, will be installed this
A game of baseball will bo pla) eel Sun
d i)' nt Turner, between an Argentine club
and a Turner nine
Miss Mar) Palter, who lives two miles
south of this my, is recuicrlng from In
jmles received recently by being thrown
fiom a buggy
A soclU and strawberry festival will be
glvin next Wednesday evening by the
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor of tiie Congregational (lunch
An entertainment will be given to-morrow
evening at Nokes' hall by the local
A. O I" W lodge. Stcrcoptlcoii views
showing the progress of thu A. O. I'. W
since lis oiigln will be exhibited
A Mimmii term of school ts being con
ducted In the Lowell school Mrs. J JI
lilythe and Miss Mathtas aro the tcacheis.
Why suffer from corns wnejn lllMinic'on.ss
removes them so easllv locis. at druggists.
Pa l hiu - (iiMii.it To.Ml- the be-,1 coui;h cure
Half Kale I it iirslous tu Miutli Missouri,
Aikaiisas and tlio .southeast.
On May '.T and Juno 11, tound trip tickets
to South Missouil, Aikunsas und the South
and Southeast via tho Memphis Itoute,
Kansas City, Port Scott & Memphis rail,
load, will be sold at late of 0110 fare, with
minimum rate of $7. Tickets available for
stop-olf ut Intel mediate stations, l'or de
tailed information, time schedules and
printed matter descriptive of the great
stock raising and fiult growing sections of
Missouil and Aikuusus, address
J. B. LOPKWOOD, O. V. and T A.,
Kansas City, Mo.
I 11 it- ,T M
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
SIMtltlpH AlflllL.NT IO A M.tl-I.i: MIA I
lltAIN Hilt Nil I (lit KANAsfllV.
lltgltiirtng LvpntsV'liriliited fur Tills Month
A. M. tt tin Hull) llnrt-lti ttoli.tlons
In Memory uf llirmni Itruns
Mli I'thiupiiiis .Sewn.
There tvni a bnd wreck yoitenlny
mornliiB north of this city on the gov
ernment teseitnllon of n Kntins Cllv
bound .Maple Leaf tr.iln. H ears were
itcrnllcil, niii' of willed wits loutlcil with
cuttle Thlt cur landed In it gnll.t.
throwing nil the entile In the low end
of the cur nnd killing otittiglit lx of
them nnd Injuring otlier.
The track vvns torn tip for n distance
of lift nrd, nnd the iternlled enrs
weie nil dcniollslied. None of the trnln
men was Injured. The wreck complete
ly blockndecl the rond, nnd It will tnlse
nt least tvv-elity-rmn- hours to rleur the
track. The w tec licit tlitln wns In
charge of Cotulticlor Wllllnin tlurdon,
of St. Joseph, nnd I2nglneer Onirics
t:pprt mnilmen eninlnetl the -.cone
sti'irtly after the wreck, and lifter a
thin otigli I'Mttnln.itlnn tvete unalilo to
give any cause for the accident, a tile
track nnd loadlicd vvete found to be In
lu Mt miir.v of Hi-rut in Itruns.
Dclnvvnie tilde Net 3, Improved Order
of Iil .Men, at tl Kgulilf meeting Intel
Ttie.sdnt night, adopted the following
lueuioi hit and resolution In lespect to
Hie late lit tiunti llltllis;
Wigwam of Dclliwaic Tilde N'o .1. 1m-
prnted O. It M, Ttli Sun, Hotter
.Moon, (! S. U. I'll, Pomtnon Him, May
The voice of Klslie Manltolt has dent
lie.ird calling In our tvlgwittri A ebb f
litis rospondeil nnd Inken up the trull,
Into that fai tiff spirit land from willed
no warrior over letuins. His footsteps
will never inoie follow the track wttd
our lira vis, nor his voice de Iieaid in
our council house Ills splilt das passed
be nnd us and leturned to the (treat
Spit It. whose ci entitle we- me.
TTie land of Ills fathers sli.ill knntv
dim no more our council lire liull
dm 11. but Chief Heinian Hi tins shall not
be with us. Ills seat Is empty and his
post in tin lcseivatlon ts vacant
He was a .tiuig vv.tnloi, but tlio
(tie.it Spirit was stionger and took dim
away-. A datk shadow was cast over
his tepee and the paitncr of his jovs nnd
soirovvs Is in mourning-. Ills childien
caniiot see Ills face or hear tils tnlce
and 1 ts lelntives and ftlends c.iiinnt
take him by the linnd. Words cinnot
console the beteaved tines fm- his In,
yet our heniti go out In -tnipatliy 10
them The ways of the fireat Spirit are
not our tvnys, yet we .11 e taught In be
lieve that he doeth all tilings well and
that not even a siai-ovv fnll to the
giouiut without Ills knowledge
The toss of Chief Herman Ilruns Is
decplv felt: thetefoip be It
Itesolvcd, Tim t the memdi rs of Dcln
tvaie tribe No. .T. Independent O It M ,
extend to the vtldow and fatlieilcss chil
dien of our late Chief lleim.in Ilruns
tlieir heartfelt sympathy wltli them In
this their sad dour of nllllc-tlnn. and
tdat we commend them to tde Healer
of nil sonovvs, who alone can nllevlate
their dink doui
Hesolved, That a copy of tills pre
amble and resolution, over tlio seal of
the tribe, be fuint-lied to Mrs I let man
Hiuns, anil to the pic-s, and that the
charter of the tilde lie diaped in mourn
ing for the ii'iinl pel hid.
Submitted in rieedom, friendship nml
(Seal.) J. .7. HINT.S.
WILL It. HYMAN,
Hustled Out tiT 'low 11.
There was .1 lively time ycsteidav aft
ernoon at 721 Walnut stlcct. when the
police liu-tlcd two women out nf the
house, dag and luggage; hauled them to
the depot In Hie patiol wagon and
placed them aboard the cars for Pent
Scott. Kits, transput tiitlnn tuning been
furnished for th.it puipo-e by County
Commissioner Kodenhnus The names
of the women .11 e Mattle .Moccnsen,
culmed, who weighs over SOO iciunds,
nnd an aged tvdlte tvoman named Van
Zeal. The Mocen-en voman ilalmed to
lie the wife of a white soldi, i- at l'ort
The cause of this numm.uy action on
the part of the police was ,1 long com
plaint und petition lrom very tespect
.idli' people ic-lcllng in tde vicinity of
T.'l Walnut, declaring s.ild nunilii r to be
,1 nuisance on account of the vile con
diict of tile two women. They were
tian-poited to I'oit Scott because they
lecently e.tmu to tills city from that
Itlg It-ic t- Ari-aiigttl l'or
Arrangements have been perfected for
big tunning nice-, to take place on the
iiicecouixe south of tills city on May
17. 1S and ltf.
Alie.idy sixty-five of tlio best uinnlng
lior-e- In the countiy have been booked,
nnd it is said tin list win 11 completed
will embrace all the i-iinneis that are to
appear in the dig tin dat- laces to begin
at Council muffs, la , on the 29th Inst.
Oscar Hodiuson. In eh.uge of the race
course, lias chaige of tho arrangements
and Is meeting with gie.it success. Hutll
elent funds date already been siib
.scilbed by pilvnte panics to make the
programme of tde liveliest Interest.
.Merchants, and the gcneia! public will
not be asked lo subscribe, but they are
icquested and expected to patronize the
races, at least by their presence.
A. M. Itabi S.rii,iHy Hurt.
While tiding on Ills bicycle on the
Toit road Tuesday night A. M. n.iln
was run down by some unknown patty
ilti vine a buggy and very seriously in
Juied His wheel was completely de
molished and Mr. ltaln was perhaps
peimanently maimed His tight knee
cap was torn off. one great too was so
crushed tli.it amputation will probably
be lequlrod, and lie was seveiely hint
alniut the dnck
Sir. Haiti was unconscious part of the
time yesterda), and by outer of tils phy
sicians no friends were allowed to see
Hefore Judge Johnson yesterday La
fa) etto Koblnson. who was cluuged
wltli highway lobbeiy by Parmer Pat
rick Me.N'amce, was held to answer to
tho district court in the sunt of $750,
Not being able to furnish the amount,
he was lem.tnded to Jail,
MU11 II.1111 on-.
The Mascot band gave an open air
concert, the llrst of the season, in iho
court house square last nluht. It was
In the dlstiict court yestetday morn
ing "W. Hrandt was given judgment
agulnst It. Hammond et al for JW6.
In the foieclcisuie suit of ltlchards vs.
Wllght the evidence was concluded and
atguments will be Iieaid to-day and tho
case given Into the hands of the jury.
The Alpine Club gave a dance at Cus
ter hall last night, which was largely
attended and hugely enjoyed by all
The annual meeting of the Democratic
Hditorial Fraternity of Kansas will be
held In Leavenvvoi th next Satuiday.
The National hotel ttlll be hcadquartets
and the business meetings will lie held
in Chlckering hall. The visitors will
take In Port Leavenworth and the Sol
The ltev, N. S. Thomas, returned home
yesterday fiom Topeka.
Judge Charles Ilayden, of Holton, Is
In Leavenworth for a few days.
I)r, Lane Is home fiom Chicago.
Jerry U. Carpenter und family de
parted yesterday for Los Angeles, Cat,,
where they will in future teside.
Soldiers Homo Notes.
Next Monday evening a detachment
of twenty In-une members, of the home
tu nnother name for
advertising. . nnd , nd
ertlslng sells goods. If
the goods nre right.
Wo Tiate about )
cnsies of (he celcbrnteii
Illue Label Apilcot,
the finest goods we
. handle Presh fruit
will soon be in nctlvc
lompctltlon with thejc,
nnd we desire to close
them out now They
me (liolce, ripe fruit
In pure sugnr syrup,
nnd bring, In ctet.v
store In town, n ilni
hr more a dozen thnn
.. .. ..-1. rtn rrtf1. nor
ni' .t-i -'.'I' "
price was JS a ense;
price, $2!e. Take its many ns )ou
Stijrnr Is Sllppltifr. Up
Ami will somi be In the motmlrtln. . ttegu
Inr wholesale price is now quoted .1 rents
per pound. We prepaid! rot the iidviince,
nnd give tlio benefit to oti, neU lot. huty
ever, Is very npt to be higher, 2i pounds
bct grnhulated, II.
iiesi iiuins, in.
Country shmildcrs. ?itVc lb,
Cnllforhla Hums, r.iejcTb.
Silt Pork. 7'.o Hi.
lholep t.nrd. 2,c tnll.
Hi tti pill While Lnbcl. II.
I'nncv Colorado Potntoes, OOc btisucl
7 lbs Ilnlsliis, jse
10 lbs Scolch (lals, '.''e
T inn knees Itollecl Whent. 2.V.
,1 lbs large White Peaches, 2V
f. lbs Pears. 2T.C T lbs Apricots. 2..C.
S packages Pun a (its. !',c
Lemons, fiiiicv IV do?
orange", )' clo?
4 tans Illiiclieirles, J.".c.
R. H. WKLLIAMS.
Popular Lim Prlic (Iroccr,
537-539 IVIAIN ST.
want i;i)-tiAi,i: 111:1. p.
WANTLD Tinvellng r-niesmen to enn
vars the trade in lown, Indlnna nnd Illi
nois for a No. 1 selling nrtlcle ns a side
line, sells Itself on sight, 20 tier cent com
mission, samples free. Address Hie Ad
justable Shnde Hanger Mtg. Co, Chamber
of Commerce bide. Kiinsns City. Kas.
W ANTLD l.WO nun to write me to-day
for the receipt (absolutely flee, in plain
s.alnl envelope) whit h cured me of nervous
debllltv. exhausted vitality, etc. Adress C.
J Wilkcr, box nil, Kalama7.u0. Mich
WANTI3D A good man to sell to the
countiy nnd retail trade, with his other
goods, dry goods specialties on commission.
15 T. 11. Schramm, Mgr . 211 Chestnut St.,
W'ANTHD Two young men, collecting,
etc ; I J a week. 9 West 5th, room 11.
WANTHD A good barber at 71S Hast
CANADIAN LMPc.OY.MHNT OFPICC.
nnd furnished rooms, 101Vi Last 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel. 1179. The best place In 1C C.
Mo., to find help or situations, male or
leninlc: 14 yenrs' experience, lief. Omaha
Nat bank. Omaha: Citizens' bank. K. C.
WAjTi:n rotALU iihlp.
WANTLD A gltl or .1 middle-aged lndy
to a-sl-t in housework, nnd tnke care of a
child nine months old. IC1". Jeffer.-on.
WANTLD Young ladv experlcnceel ns
saleslady to -ell goods in giocery store.
Call early. 621 Ii itd st
sit cation want r.n mai.i:.
WANTIJD Position In railroad or ticket
ollh e bv reliable young man, experienced
and best reference fiom last position. Ad
dress V. ejr.', Journul olllce.
WANTLD Do you know that you must
die' And that OU may be permanently
totully disabled? And ntcd the assistance
a policy would give you'' The Cnnton pays
the snme amount in either case, and ttiltes
the best lite polle ) Issued to-day. Your
house and personal pioporty mny do de
stioyed of course )ou Insure ngnlnst file.
It Is moie essential that you Insure your
life. If ou have- no time to call and sen
lis, telephone 217). unci we will cnll unci
explain to ton nnd take )our application.
Canton Masonic Mutual Henovolent So
dott. A. Chaelwiek, geneial agent, 523 nnd
121 Ameilcnn Hank building. Agents
W'ANTLD Agents; Pine Arts contain
ing 2I artot) pes of World Tamed paint
ings, beautifully bound. Popular prices.
Sample shotting 10 pictures mailed for 35c.
Hand MeNall) & Co., Chicago.
I'HIISONAI -Lidlcs 011I); "Tonte" is
the oldest and only always successful
painless and hnrmlcss bust developer and
ic-torer on the m.iiket, it will positively
enlarge the bust from three to lite Inches,
piiee two dollars per bottle, live dollats.
full treatment, contl.leut'al circulars and
testimonials free Mrs. H. T. Miller, 21
Qulncy St., Chicago.
CHONO SINtl, the Oro.it Chinese Medi
cine Man, who has made such great success
In tho treatment Willi Chinese medicines
of all diseases lhat the human llesh is heir
to, continues to cure them with his Chi
nese medicine'. He can be consulted nt 211
W. 5th st , upstairs, Kansas City, Mo
TO ItHVT IIOUSHS.
TO ItHNT 513 Last Twelfth street, 111.
WINN, American Hank bldg. Tel lisfi.
TO HUNT ItOOWS.
TO nilNT 131S Central, newly' furnished
front room; modem, southern exposure,
board If desired.
SAPLS opened and repaired, bought and
old. Combination locki cleaned and
changed. II. HAWUC.AN, P.xpert,
Telephone 12S1. 1W Last Tenth st.
I'flxmv sroitAci: co.
HAVE NUW and tato building for furni
ture storuge. Advances made; (lacking and
hipping done. JOHN A. EA.MLS,
fcOS Walnut st. Tel. 26. Manager.
ttlll be taken to the government nsyluin
for tho Insane nt Washington, D. C Tho
detachment will bo In chnigo of Dr. J,
L. Pr)er, who will have live assistants,
John Deschler, a member uf the home,
dtopped dead wltli beau disease at the
homo, nt C o'clock yestetday moiiiing,
His death was a great surpilso to his
comrades. Deceased was formeily a
member of Company D, Pourth Missouri
cavalry. Ills funeral, with military lion
01 s. will take place to-day.
Marshall Smith, a member of the
home, und a former tesldent of Leaven
worth, died suddenly yestenlay of heait
disease. Deceased was a former mem
ber of Company A, Tenth Illinois Infan
try, and his funeral will take place this
afternoon with military houois.
The laboieis and extia duty men of
the homo were yesterday paid their
salaiies for the month of Apiil.
Two furloughs were yesterday Issued
to members of tho home.
Washington, M ly S. The following pen
sions have been giniited:
Original-John Wild, Itlehmond, Hay.
Increase Ablal 15, ilowaicl, Hamilton,
Caldwell; Richard Hyer-ou, Lay ton, Sus
sex. Original, widow Marthu Curry, New-ark,
Widow-, Indian wars Hvellne Urovvn,
Shady Grove, Polk.
Increase Herman S. Magar, Dodge City,
Original, widow Carrie H. Straight,
I'aola, Miami ,
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Hurlhigton fast train "LU" leaves at
5:50. The only line serving meals on the
i-afe plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, in addition to regular ineal service.
This entire train is oiiuipped with all mod
ern liiipiovemeuts. Service unexcelled.
Llquurs for Huusiis.
(Snipped dally in secure packages by
QEOUQE EYSSELL. Druggist.
Cvponlte wdlHus' rooui. Uolsa depot.
l"OU Mt.n-IMLW. HSTAIH.
Troost nve. near "th. enst front. 6 room
frame, nice home, easy terms. tl.W).
Itellefontnltie near 21th. corner. o312..,
nice s room frntni, rnsy terms, K,0ji
Molitgnll nve nrnr 2.M1 . fnt front 1
room frame, nice plme. only ''''.,. ,.
Ncnr 1Mb mid College ev entl nice cot
in ges, 2 to to feet onch. I1..W to J2.CW.
cor. Chestnut nnd 21st. fl room brick, lot
133x110. shnde, 17 vm , .
Hyde park, Bo feet, east front, 9 room
brick, modern; only iKm -rn.led
101 feet benutifuf Rround. $J foot Btndcd
St., fine locution. Potilh side. Ito per foot
vi feet, very line, nsphnlt st., feouth side,
fine location only 12. per root .,-irt
Nice SO foot lots near Vine st. electrics
line, very ensy terms JI per foot.
5 or 10 ncre-s ncnr the city. olTcrcd nt a
grenl bnrpnln. IntestlKate this
3 1 room drl.k. 1110 lern. 41 feet, tndepcwl
ence nve , wnnt tiPc lot for eqiilt)
3St ncre fntm 11 miles south .Tnckson
coniitv, IS! per ncie, tieiir ilcpot bargain
1 hato n Inrge list In ee. t from
P, A rHI.PLHlPK. 3H1 N. Y Life bldg.
- n . Sc -.-mam T.'AM-na rttt. lit
Missouri and Kansas; annual Interest p.i)
nble at borrower's home banks money
ready. Loans nlso for sale.
JAMLS L. LOMtlAnn.
Over lTrst Nnllonnl btnk.
MONLY TO LOAN A f'-n bundnd dol
lars, 30. M to 90 days. IndUldttil fundsi
no coinmlsslon. .f .1 iHSIIl ,
302 American Hunk bldg.
f AND e PLIt CLNT money on business,
residence and farm property, unusually fa
vorable terms. Apply to Homer Heed or
Thro Nnsh. If", Hro-idwnv.op Pottos house.
LOW INTHItLST Kansas City loans!
improved property only. Call or address
JAAIHsf L. LOMKAItD.
Oter lTrst National bank.
MONLY TO LOAN direct, fi, 7 and S per
cent II L JOHNSON & CO.,
Telephone 1C17 721 N. Y. Life bldg.
NOPS1NOLK c. CO, (P. II., J. L. nn.l
P. II. Jr). Iti.il Lstnte and Loans, 2u3
TO LOAN-J23.000-0 rind 7 per cent. P.
Harrison fc Co., 817 Sheidley bldg.
ADVICH and usslstnnco that mnkes tho
imhnppy Und bioketi-henrted unfortunatn
happy and successful nil thiougli life. If
you uro In trouble tr) a helping linnd from
Dr Morris, Hie celebiated clairvoyant of
the 19th century, lie i.in be consulted on
nil utTnlrs of life: the scp-irnted brought to
gethei , causes happy marriages with the!
0110 ton choose; don't fall to call on Dr.
Morris, ton will Ilnel him a perfect gentle,
man and tcry honest In his business. Of
fice nt Hi! Oak st. Letters with stamps
MltS. L. JAMES, the well known clair
voyant and trnnce medium, may bo con
sulted nt 1209 (innd live : 11 lrlors 39 nnd 40.
WANTED ItHAI. 15STATT
WANTED Modern houses, f3,0X to $10.
000, for ensh customers, p. M. Harrison it
Co.. 337 Sheldlev bldg.
FOR 8AI,n MISCELLANEOUS.
POU SALE New custom made express
nnd dellter) ttngons; all sizes; a line of
carrtnges, surrics. phnetons, buggies, at
low prices; nlo second hand buggies. Ilar-rlgan-Zaitman
POU SALE Olt ENCHANGI-A largo
stock of hats and gents' furnishing goods.
Address1 or call at 511 Strong ate., Argen
POU SALE Pine black carrlngo marc,
P."j hands, ttt 1,050, nge fi )enrs. Apply
Thos. Whltebousc, Waslitngton station, on
POU SALE Part or all of a steam well
drilling outfit. 302 Mass. building.
POU SALE Thoroughbred Brown Leg
horn eggs. til7 Tracy nve.
ClflAHR "1 for n. otinrtor size. S for 25c:
case lire 5o cigars, 3 for 10c; Hoyal Havana
Stogtes.ilnest made, C for 10c. tleo. W.Itose,
factory ngent, 0 E. 10th, near Journal bldg.
HAVE YOU a line watch out of order?
Take it to Abnoy, formerly with Jae
card's, 120H4 Grand ave,; cleaning 7 and U
Jewel watches, II; main spring, II.
IP YOU want a good steak with the best
cup of Mocha nnd Java coflee lu the city
go to M'CLINTOCK'S, 920 Walnut.
JAMES HANNON, the architect, has re
sumed business, tvlth olllces Temple block.
l'resldent- Vice l'resldent.
E. L. IIAUU1S,
MIDLAND TUANSPEU CO. Freight
and baggngo transferred to and from nil
depots, rurnlture moved nnd packed by
experts. 407 and 409 Wyandotte St.. Kan
sas City. Mo. Telephone 1517
STEAM PA It PET CLEANINO.
Galloway ix. Shunkland Steam Carpet
Cleaning and Renovating Works, 15th and
Agnes Tel. 212S Our specialty, altering
nnd laying, liefer (by permission) 10 piln
cipal carpet houses nnd hotels In the clt)
SAUNDElts .t Whlle.lUll E. lith street.
phone 209ci. HelUttng and laying carpets a
rpeclalty ; upholstering of all kinds; mat
tresses renovated. Refer to Doggett V. Q.
Co. and Hobt Keith Pur Co
wholesale met cr.i.
WE want a young man In every town in
Missouri, Kunsas and Nebraska to handla
our wheels (Jet our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS PITY HICYCLE CO..
1027 and 1029 Ilroadvvay. Kansas Clty.Mo.
HOUSES AMI -VEHICLES.
Ser month, sent for and reunited. Mark 3.
allsbury. Independence, Mo.
WANTIJD Kor cash, a drug btore In IC.
C or good countiy town; give particulars.
Address '. CSb, Journal olllce.
TIIE Kansas City Meiul Itoollng Cor
rugating Co., 104 liulldera' Ex. Tel. 13C3.
HEAL ESTATE THAN St'CltS.
NORMAN UOHEUTSON. proprietors
of abstracts and examiners of laud titles.
No. 1G East Sixth street, furnish daily thu
transfers, of ical estate Hied in the record
el's olllce at Kansas City, Mo,
Notice All tiausicrs appearing In our
daily leports contain covenants of general
warranty, unless otherwise stated.
J. U. Luth to C. (5. Wiesner: lot 4.
K. J. llalid's addition J
B-. O, Small and wife 10 A. 11. Men
glerj lot lv7, D, O, Smart's addi
tion ...... , ,
A. It. Mengler and Wife to J. J.
Helm; same , , 3,10
Mutual Home and Savings Assocla-
Hon to 11 K, i.evveis, lots 29 and 30,
block 21, Ctiitiopolls,
U. J. Hill to J, M. Kerr; lot S, block
I, Llnwood terrace
13 A. Macmahon and wife to J, (1.
Uoor: lot u. block 2. Walnut Grove
C. K. Holnun, et ul to N. Loiie; lot
9, block e), East Kaiuas
Kansas City Safe Deposit and Sav
ings bank to Charles L. Plain,)!:
north half ot lots i and 16, und all
of lots 17, IS and 19, block ti. Mel
ller place ........ .,,,......, 1,291
REPPHLICAN PRIMARY ELECTION
Notlce Is hereby given that, pursuant to a
notification of the Republican city commit
tee, a pilmary ilection of and for the R. .
publican party will be held at the plat s
hereinafter designated for tho purpc- f
nominating a candidate for the loner h"n a
of the common council or Kansas citv
Mo., from the Seventh ward, on Mat is'
U93, from 1 o'clock till 8 o'clock p. m '
Kirot district (precincts 30, 31, 32 and 3n
12W Independence ave. v '
Second uisirict (precincts 33, 35 and e-i
S. W. cor. Cth and Prospect. ;
Moininatioiis snuu ue made by a direct
vote of the qualliled voters of said S
and the person receiving the highest m,,!,'
ber of votes shall be declared tfe nondn .
Notice Is also given to ull pei-oS? dLir'
Ing to become candidates at sai I 1 rlmirv
election, that notice of such intc-iiil,,,, Y.'?
be tiled in this olllie rnt later 11,""; ?".,'
IWj- ,'- C. ARNOLD.
Uawa, city, H3ourb0racr gf" '
1 wi 1, "flfjft 11 towi