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TIIT1 KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY MAY 12, 180,t
"THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE
i itArrv, rittm vvu MAttttt.wir..
fcrrrr Mnn ffhn Would Know th
(Irnmt Truths the I'lnln 1'nrM, the
New lllrnvcrlr nl' .llnllrnl fVlrnre
ni Applied tn Mnrrlcit Mir, Whn
AVnulil Atnnr for 1'imt l'.rrnn nml
.' Arold I'ntnrn PlIfntK Shntilit .ternre
the 'Woiiilrrfnl I.ltttn llonh (nllcil
"Complete Mnnliooil, nml How tn At
"Here nt Inst I Information frnm a lilrt
medical fourco Hint imi't work wonders wltr
thl ec nemtlon nf wen "
Tlio lmk fully ilwrlbM n method brwhlct
tonttntn full URornnd manly power.
A method ly which to end nil iitmattir.
Tornro ncrvousncsi", lack of K'lf-control.ilo-sipnndcnry,
TocTclmiico n jaded and worn nntnro lor
one of brlBlitiu"?, buoj-nticy nnd power.
To euro forever dlccls ot exccsse'.ovcrwork,
To Klvofultfdrcnctli, development nnd torn
to every portion ntiU tirirnn ofthe body,
Aro no Uirrler. l'ulluro impossible. Two
lltntunnd reference?. ,.
Tlio book Ih purely mcrtlcnl nnd scientific,
liMdcsMo rjurlolty i cekerr, Invaluable to men
only who need It. ... ....
. Ailrp:tlrlnc innn, wliu had applied to ,
t-ocm nfter wrote!
"Well, I tell yoii that flrt tiny ,h one. I'll
tiever fnrcet. 1 jtit bubbled with Joy. I
Wanted to hnu rer body and tell them my
old telt had died y6tcrdiiy, nnd my new pelf
wni burn tn-ilnv. Why didn't, you tell mo
when ' first wioto that 1 v.ouul llndltthla
And nnother thus:
"If you dumped a cart lond of cold ntmy
feet It Mould not brltnr smcli uludncss ln"i tny
life, ni your method hn done."
XX'rltolnthe Kill 12 Mi:iHOAIiCOMPiKY,
Buffalo, N. V.. nml nfk tor the llttlu book
railed 'TOMI'IiKTIJ ilAXIIOt)!)." Itefcrto
this paper, nnd tlm eninpiiny promises to send
tho book. In fnnled cuxelope, without nny
marks, uud entirely free, until It la well Intr.
WASTIXd DISEASES WEAKEN XX'ONDEH
fully because they weaken you slowly, gradu
ally. So not allow tbli wosto of body to make
you apoor, ll.ibby, lmmaturoiu.in.lfculth, strength
nn'd visor Ii for you whether you bo rich or roor.
Tho Oreat Itudyan Is to be had only from tho Hud
noil' Medical Institute. Thh wonderful discovery
was made by tho specialists of the old famous Hud
son Medical Institute. It in tho strongest and most
powerful vltnllzcr made. It l.s so powerful that It
Is simply wonderful how harmless It Is. You can
get It from nowhere but from tho Hudson Medical
Institute. Wrlto for circulars aud testimonials.
This extraordinary Ilejuvcnator Is tho most
wonderful discovery of tho age. It has been en
dorsed by tho lending scientific men of Europoand
II VII VAX Is purely vegetable.
IIUJIYA.N' stops prcmaturenesi of tho dls
rharBO In twenty days. Cures LOST MAX.
JIOOH, constipation, dizziness, falling sensations,
nervous twitching of tho eyes nnd other parts.
Strengthens, Invigorates nnd tones tho cntlro
system. It Is as cheap as nny other remedy.
1IVIIYAX cures debility, nervousness, emis
sions, nnd develops nnd restores went organs,
rains In the back, losses by day or night Btopped
quickly. Over '.',000 private Indorsements.
Prematureness means Itnpotency In tho first
stage. It Is n symptom of seiulunl weakness ami
barrenness. It can bu stopped In twenty dnys by
the use of Iludyan. Hiidyau costs no more than
nny other remedy,
Hend for circulars and testimonials.
TAINTJ2I) ISI.OOII-Impuro blood duo to
serious private disorders carries myriads of sore
producing germs. Then comes soro throat, pimples,
copper colored spots, ulcers In mouth, old sores and
falling hair. Yon enn save n trip to Tint Springs by
writing for 'Mood llook'tothoold physicians of tho
iitriisox iincmcAi. institutk,
Wtucl.lon, .XliuUet and I'.IIU.Stn.,
BAN KHANCISCU, CAL.
makes a specialty of
Epilepsy, lias without
doubt treatedand cured
more cases Ihanany liv
ing Physician ; his suc
cessis astonishing. We
of cases of
work on this disease, which lie sends witli a
large bottle of his absolute cure, free to any
sufferers who may send their P.O. and Express
address. We advise anyone wishing a cure to
address Prof. W. II. PEEKU, F.D., 4 Cedar
Street, New York.
Made a well
1 itODVCEi IUI lbO K
HE8IIL.TI3 In BO IIIV8. Cure ul!
Nervous lUea!l. i'ullluir Sleuicry,
aiona. titi... l'auk'u lr iiuc ubujti. irtvsfl vlcur uud itzs
to itiruitleuoi trans, unU tiuli-kly butBurcJy teitorei
LociMuiiliuuilliiuli uryuunt l'aeliytiirilciHneit
pocket. l'rKoI.OOpackau-. U (ur.VOO m lll u
SOLO by II. C. Arnold, N. XX'. Cor. tu and Main
Sts., KANSAS CITY, MO., & leading drugsists.
Foruet lines ncedj a relUblo
monthly regulating medicine.
Are prompt, safo and certain In result. Tho genu
ine (Dr. H-al's) newiliminolut. Bent anywhere,
JI.00. " '
W, U. Zahner, druggist, cor, Orand ave.
and 12th St., Kansas City. Mo.
Mi.i..... riuh l (a mood Ilroad.
rt. ! tell"t- "?'k,
uiuiut wai"'" i"i V'jfA
OMC.W- -"--;,-- ;..;.; ,f,,j ni
tl ill 111.000 "AtliMUU. .Vai tvptr.
r5.".;.iiT..-,ni uttia ,.! u lIihI1i
medicinal, luturi'i, ri.uii ov...j w-v.
l A-GC fr "SffiS?7w
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TRAMP ACCIDENTALLY SHOT,
.Mr. Itnlph II. l.tithrr Shimls Into n Itefrlg.
crator for ttlth Serious
Mr. Itnlplt tl. lAilher, ot S30 E.tst
KlRhlh strcot, tmvctlnff freight rtBenl
for the Satiltv t'e In Knnsns ntnl Mis
souri, met with n particularly unfor
tunate occurrence nt Ash drove, Mo.,
l'rhlny morning. Mr. l.uthcr nrrlvpil nt
Ash rjrovo from Knti.ns City I'tlilny
rthout dnyllffht, nml having a tew hottrit
to simre socureil a rlllo nml went to tho
ciIro of town to try his liana ns n
On tho way hack to town Mr. l.uthcr
phot nt a refrlRprntor ear uttunlltiK In
lht Kanpnfl City, Kort Scott it Memphis
yards, nml went directly to the hotel.
After lirealttnst It wnt, discovered tha.1
the hullot from Mr. l.uthcr' rlllo hnd
severely wounded a iramp named
Thomas Henry, who had spent the nltfht
lit tho car, nnd wn In the act of put
ting on his shoes when he received the
wound. The bullet penetrated the lower
portion of the nbdomon nml ranging tip
wnrd lodged In the bladder ot the
trntnp. Ho was found by a boy nn hour
after the shooting and his wounds care
Mr. l.uthcr was horrified when ho
lenrnrd the result of Ills random shot
nml Immediately gave himself tip to n
constable, who took him before a Justice
ot the peace and secured his release on
J.W0 bond. He left nt once for Spring
Held, where he consulted tho company's
attorney. He then returned to Kansas
City and made arrangements to have
tlio wounded tramp removed to Mercy
hospital nt l'ort Scott, which wnsvdono
yesterday. . ,
Mr. I-uthcr left Inst night for tort
Scott, where he will see that everything
Is done for the comfort of his unfor
tunate victim. At last reports tho lnt
tcr Is doing well and will suiter no se
rious Inconvenience from the wound In
illctod by Mr. l.uthcr In such nn extra
ordinary manner. Mr. Luther has many
friends In Kansas City who will be
sorry to hear ot his misfortune.
BREWER ILEfVS ASSETS.
TIipj Are Pimml to Ho Orently In I'.icpm of
tlio Miibllltles An Injiinctoln.
The board of appraisers, John Aronson,
F. V. McMulInn and C. J. McGrath, ap
pointed In Judge Scarrltt's division of the
circuit court to make nn Inventory ot the
property voluntarily nsslrjned by Urewer
J. . Her filed Its report yesterday.
Tho amount ot property on hand, In
cluding real estate, accounts, fixtures of
seventy-four saloons Including six In Knn
sas and all the appurtenances of a largo
and well regulated brewery is estimated
to be worth J270.07J.S1. The assets exceed
the liabilities $10H.0on. , , , L ,L
The assignee, L. !'. Relgor. brought suit
In the circuit eourt yesterday to enjoin
the Interstate National bank nnd other
creditors from selling the property, as
they advertise they Intend doing. The
assignee has been doing a prolltable bus
iness and hns paid the Interest of J3.000
on the mortgage that brought about the
assignment. He Is conlldent that nil the
creditors can be paid out of tho prollts of
the business It allowed to continue. Judge
Scarrltt has taken the matter of granting
an injunction under advisement.
KEPT OTHER ROOMERS AWAKE.
Tho tlllputlnns Hoveled nml Consumed
Much ltcer During Their Itrlof
Slny In Thli City.
The Llllputlan compt-ny, which appeared
In "Humpty Duinpty" at the Coates the
past week, was the defendant In nn at
tachment suit In Justice Walls' court, yes
terday, In which the landlady who roomed
thirteen of the members of tho company
during their stay In the city, was the
Plnlntlft. ... , .. ,
Mrs. J. A. Lyle has a nicely furnished
house at No. 423 West Tenth street and
derives a revenue by renting rooms. A
few days before the company came to the
city an agent appeared and rented rooms
for the week for members ot the com
pany. They came and, despite the agree
ment, set up light housekeeping In the
rooms and not only that, but betrayed an
enormous appetite for bper and caused
Mrs. I.ylo and her roomers vast annoy
ance by "rushing the growler" at nil hours
of the day and night. They hnd not been
there two days before the little people
displayed an ability to make the early
hours of tho morning hideous with their
Mrs. I.yle assessed her damages at $.n
and entered suit In attachment for Hint
amount. After much talking the matter
was settled out of court, the company
paving $10 and the costs of tho suit. The
company llnished Its engagement last night
and left this morning for San Francisco.
Ilrlefi Ordered filed.
The supreme court has lefnsed to grant
a reliearliiu in the ballot box eases, and
has ordered Special Prosecutor It. K. Hall,
as well bh the attorneys for the defense.
In the election cases, to ille printed briefs
of their sides of the ease and to have
them prepared In thirty days. Judge
Wofford will be requested Monday, when
the grand Jury meets, to continue the
election cases until the supreme court can
tnko further notion after reading the
briefs. Judge Wolford does not think that
the grand lury will llnd any more Indict
ments In the election pases.
Sixty subpoenas were Issued In the fed
eral court vosterdnv for witnesses In the
ease of Maud I.nrd Drake against County
Marshal Henry Stewart. It comes on for
trial In the court to-morrow before Judge
Frank A. I'rlest, of St. I.ouls.
21233. Max Freund et nl vs. Charles II.
Harsch; attachment. , ,,
21231. llnsamond A. Scruggs vs. White
I.luo Transfer and Carriage Company; ap
peal from Justice Case.
2123.". I.. F. Itchier vs. Interstate Na
tional bank ct al: faulty.
An nctlon relating to the grade of Twen-ty-llfth
street, from Woodlnwn to Tros
pect avfinne. Is being henrd In Judge Dob
sou's division of tho circuit court.
An application for n change of venue was
sustained In Judge Scarrltt's division of
the circuit court yesterday In the eject
ment suit brought by tho I'nlou levator
Company against Philip Bloomers,
The Jury in the Otto Ileln vs. McCoy
suit In Judge Scarrltt's division ot the
circuit eourt brought In a sealed verdict
yesterday, whleh will bo opened and de
The action brought by the firemen's
Fund Insurance Company against Mrs. Jo
hnnn Oourtlul to recover tlm face of a
policy of Insurance paid to tho defendant
for a loss by lire for the reason that tlm
defendant llred tlm buildings, was not
sustnlned In Judge Henry's division of the
circuit court, yesterday, the Jury return
ing n verdict for tho defendant,
iruin r lthndpH recovered a judement
against tho American Accident Insurance
Company for J172 In Judge Dnbson's di
vision of the circuit court yesterday.
Clarence Palmer, acting as special Judge
In division No. 3 of tlio circuit court, henrd
the argument In a motion for a change
of venue In Tilly vs. Jones, Tho decision
will be announced later.
Yesterday morning In tho federal court
the bentence recently passed on Dr. W, F.
Nelson was set aside and a new sentence
was pronounced. In which be was lined
$100 and an execution for that amount
was Issued against him. Not being able
to raise the amount, ho was taken last
evening to the county Jail nt Independence
and locked up to servo out the time.
A TOUN'ADO iti:o.vM.i:n.
Only Two of tho Number in tho Court
IlniiiB ut tin- T'liuo llinplojeil Thero Nmv,
"It was nine years ago to-day," said
Simon 15. Wyckoff, of the recorder of
deed's olllce, yesterday, "that tho tor
nado, so well remembered by the people
of Kansas City, destroyed the old court
house, at Second and Slain, and struck
terror to the hearts of all In the building.
I well remember how those In the re
corder's olllce acted. Five ran from the
building and were killed. The rest hid
under tables and twenty of us crowded
In tho vault until the storm passed over.
The court house was completely demol
ished, except the lower story, and we es
CiiptjfJ.' Mr. Wyckoff, of the ,-ecorder'a office,
and James Chase, now In the circuit clerk's
olllce. are the only ones In that olllce on
that memorable day who ara now employed
In tne court nouse.
The Kansas City Antl-Flctlon Metal
Company, with William Huttlg, Fred Hut
tig. William It. McClelland. J. Calvin
oorators. tiled articles of Inwrporatloa zes-
unit; acid i.v nil: humid.
Itheumatlsm Is caused bv t'rln Acid In tho
lilood, and Is nn mifnllliig sIrii that the
Kidney are performing thtlr functions lm
perfectly. Alter Hie poison has entered the
system the symptoms are itgitraintcil by
dampness, exposure, over Induigetp-e In
rich food or ililnk but the pause remains
the same Imperfect nctlon of the Kidney.
Dr. llumpbrejs ha gliPti.the treatment
of Ilheumntlstn his profound intention for
over rorty years, his 81'KCIFIC NO. !' Is
the result. It goes directly to tho spot,
opens tho cloKEod ducts, perniltllijg, the
sreietlons tn puss odi the cure follows
quickly and surely. .. .
No. IS cures Rheumatism, neute, nnd
chronic, t.nmbaeo, Selntlcn, and nil forms
of Hbeumntla Pains, Soreness, Stlrtness,
and I.ntnencss. ........ .,
John XV. Kvermnn, Philadelphia, Pa.,
says: "One year ngo I commenced to try
Humphreys' Hpeollle No. 15, with Prejudice
ngnlnst Homeopathy, t had niieiimallsm
and l.lvcr Troubl". .I.wus nstonls bed nt the
results: they exceeded any medicine I ; ever
took. Vhlln I was taking the SpeelllC for
Ithounmllsni 1 was tn the snow up to m
knees three days, .but I gut well. ,,,.
J. K. Parkei, Admits r.tprcss Company
ncent, f'ovlngton, Vii.. writes: "I had a
very bud case nt Sciatic ltlioumntlsni. and
riired It by the use of . t ireo bottles ot
Humphreys' Speclnc No. 15."
Thomas Dlekenson, Sweet Springs, Mo..
writes: "Inclosed tliuUt for llv.. b"vJ,M nt
IlUlIlpbreys, Specllle No. IS for llheuma-
tlsm. It cured me four years, ago, and I
suiicrlor to nnythlng elso I have ecr
77 FOR C0LDS.
Orlppe. lniluetiM, Cnlnrrh, Pains anil
Soreness n the lend nnd Chest. Cough,
Soro Throat, rjcnornl Prostration nml
I' ever. ,.., -Ai,i .,, iiin4
win "Dreaic up m"" -u'" "- "
, . ..
Kr.J.,?y.IIirnvif: CaW iSimeuit Painful
"npftV-tiVtr! ".-.A" cures Urinary Diseases.
cures nipases or tin;
fhnnnllHnl1rn tnrt T'P0(1I1'IU. I'lUIUUl Ul
j ..... --..- ii..i -
L"y,V"'-iVLL-A J: ii'it t Ha 1ii.il.
ti.'iirrAi. Hon v. Dr. llUMrllHRys
BOTH OFFER MANY ATTRACTIONS
Ilentillfiil Wnslilnglon nml Troost 1 nrks
AXIll Ihitertnln Thnn.ii,,l of M-
No matter whether the weather be hot
and sultry to-day or whether cool breezes
blow, Washington nnd Troost parks will
be found most delightful spots for a Sun
day outing. The host ot attractions which
will be offered by eacli ot these favorite
pleasure resorts will doubtless attract
thousands of visitors to-day and eery one
of the thousands will come homo feeling
well repaid for the visit. , ,..
Washington park Is looking so beautiful
Just now that the full enjoyment of a Uslt
to It cannot be pictured, but must be ex
perienced to be fully appreciated. Allthe
old time attractions ami many now ones
are there for the entertainment of vlsltora
and the service In every line Is simply per.
feet. One ot the big attractions nt to
park Just now is the line llshlng In tho
lnke. A number of line strings ot crapplo
and bass were ennght Inst week.
The chief attraction nt Washington park
will be the splendid musical programme
which will be rendered by tlio ashlngton
Park Military band, under the direction ot
Professor .Immerscheld. Concerts will be
given "both afternoon and evening, at which
the following specially selected pro
grammes will be tendered:
"Belle of Chicago" (Sousa).
Overture "Oriental" (O. S. Andrews).
Potpourri of Popular Songs (Gaunt).
"Yankee Patrol'1 (Mlssud).
"Columbian Hxposltlon" (Herman).
"Industrial Council" (Phil S. Hose).
"The Honeymoon March" (Itosey). re
spectfully dedicated to the brides of the
Overture "Bandllnstrelchc" (F.Von Sup-
Aria from "Judith" (Conconc).
idyl "The Mill In the Forest" (Eilen-
"Ba'nube Waves" (Ivnnovlcd).
"Liberty Bell" (Sousa).
Kvenltig concert 7:30. Entire change of
Jf- -B MA
Troost park will get a big sTiaro of the
seekers for pleasure to-dny. The park Is
so beautiful and so easy ot access that It
always draws big crowds and to-day will
prove no exception. The season Is fully on
at Troost and all the attractions, are run
ning. The special attraction at Troost
which proves of the greatest Interest to
visitors, both young and old. Is tho line
collection of animals, which Is not equaled
by any park In the XVust.
Troost park not only attracts thousands
of visitors on Sundays, but Is thronged
every evening of the week. The line con
certs nnd the dnn.lng on alternnte even
ings ore much appreciated and are taken
advantage of by many regular patrons.
Professor I.enge's full band will give due
roncerts this afternoon and evening. The
following programme hns been prepared:
March "Just Around tho Corner" (S.
'".Wigerfest" overture (Brandts).
Selection "Tho Isle of Champagne"
Medley "A Tlcturo ot the Past" (Bol
llnson). "Mavbells Herald the Approach of
Potpourri, from "Martha" (Flotow).
Overture "Up to Date" (W'aldteutel).
( onuuence waiiz inuinvnii;.
Opening chorus "Pirates of renzance"
"Longings," song without words (Cat-
Cavotte (F. S. C).
Orand march "Kansas City World" Sr.
"The Humors of llonnybrook" (Voltl).
Prologue "Paglloei," tho Clown (Leonca-
"My Little One" obllgato for clnrlnet and
llutn (M, Lenge), Messrs. C. Jahr and A.
"A Trip to the Country" (Fred Lus-
omb). ' ,
Tho OrganUatlon nf Tlireo Years Ago Will
The ex-Confederates of the city held a
meeting last evening at the rooms of Vet
eran Company A, for the purpose of reviv
ing tho camp that xvas organized here
three yearn ago, but which has not been
doing any work for the past two years.
The camp was No. sn, nnd was the llrst one
organized in tho state. It was the wish of
the Kcntlemen present last evening that
the number be retained and that the old nf
fleers take charge and rovlvn the Interest
and tho work of tho camp. '1 his was done
and the ramp Is In the hands of Colonel
John (' Hope, commander, nnd J. T, Bowl-
'"'""'""'"Bnell. Joseph Kennedy and
Jerrv Clowen were chosen representatives
to the Confederate reunion at Houston.
Tex . on the 13th. One other man Is also
to be chosen, as the camp Is entitled to
four delegates. Colonel Hope Is to furnish
them with credentials.
KANSAS OITYANS lNTUUKSTKIl.
Company formed to Develop kilning Prop
rrty In Cripple Creek IlUtrlct.
The Kansas City and Cripple Creek Min
ing Company xvas Incorporated under tho
"ws of Colorado last week for the pur
poso of developing some claims on Min
eral Hill. In thu Cripple Creek district.
Tho company owns live patented claims
there In a part where rich claims have
been developed on all sides, in the com
pany are several well known Kansas City
capitalists, They pro very sanguine and
:,..!,. ,.,ati results from the work of
development that will be carried on xvlth
much vigor. Tho Morning Journal of
Cripple Creek contains many notices of
rure. finds on Mineral Hill.
Cheap i:xcnrlon Via the Santa To Itoute,
For the meeting oi wm buiib i.uS.iia
" II XT..,. 10
For tho grand lodge Knights of Pythias
and brigade or 1'nlform Hank, tickets will
be sold to Hl'TCHINSON at one fare for
tlio round trip, on May 19 to 2.', Inclusive,
good to return until May 2o.
m nnn.1 n ,.o,l,r lit! til AlaV !f
n. fcu'. i -A,-1v..i-,.., :.?,. m, j. T-vritr.
SION tickets will b.; bpld to till points In
Kansas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory. Tex
an. Colorado, Utah aud New Mexico at one
fare for the round trip, tickets limited
twenty days for return, and Hop-overs al
lowed at pleasure, weeeot south of l.a
Junta. No 'ticket will be sold for less than
4anta KE P.Ol'TB ticket ofllces. north
east comer Tenth, and Main streets, J(K0
Uulon aVOKGK WHAOKNBUCH.
kwuDKr aud Tlckut Asaat,
PANYi : corner of William and John streets,
r'laM iWa Murn
For the annual luceiiin. ui ma muns
TVonle'a Society of Christian Endeavor,
tickets will be sold, to WICHITA at one
., rni tli rminil trio, on 3iuy ... .. -urn
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
Tin: iinMiicitAi'iu r.itlroiuAr, con
xi;.nhon xv.VH si.i.mi.v ai m:mm:i.
llo:i Hi nf Dr. Ilininii. an Old 1'rnrll
tinner of "1 III t.'tty l'nn nf tlm
M.iln I. A. T. Itylo Afcnln
The nnnunl meeting of tho Demo
rr.ttle Hdltorlal Kralcrnlty ot Jvaiisas
was held In this city yesterday. It wns
ery sllmly attended, tint! lor this rea
son the programme tor tho bnmiuet nnd
the tending of paperw xx-ns abandoned,
and the fraternity only transacted rou
tine business. Tho business meeting
xvaa held In the annex of Chlckerlng
ball. Yesterday nftcrnoon the follow
ing xveru chosen ns oillpprs: President,
Itarney J. Sheridan, nf the Paoln .Spirit!
vice president, Mrs, Pnruh 11. Lynch, of
the Leavenworth Standard; secmlnry, ,T.
It. 1'udgctt, of the Hnllna Herald! treas
urer, J. I'. Watrotis, ot the Htlrllngton
The folloxvlng xx-ero elected ns execu
tlx'o committee: A. 1. Herald, Helieoa
Courier; Frnult Webster, Lawrence tla
zette; T. M. Melntyro, Arkansas City
Democrat; W, 1-5. Tlmmons, Chase Coun
ty Courant: H. L. Strolher, Abilene
News; Jnclt Stewart, Smith Center Ba
zoo; H. J. Hugney, Wichita Deacon;
Timothy Morgan, Hurokii Messenger, nt
The nssoelatlou lofore adjournment
passed tho following resolution:
"Itcsolved, That xve deeply approclnlo
tho kindness of the Itlzens of Leaven
worth In tendering this association it
bamiuct this cvenliip, and that wo re
turn to them our xvnrmost thanks for
the hospitable reception given us, and
wo regret that, owlnjr to the absence of
so many members xxho were placed on
the programme wo ure obliged to ad
journ our meeting x".tliout carrying out
the formnl arrangements made by tho
citizens of this city."
After naming Snltni ns the place, and
the second Tuesday In April, ot 1S!W, as
the time for holding the next nnnunl
meeting, the nssoelatlou nt I p. tn. ad
journed. Most of the membtrs left Inst night
for their respective Inmes, but several
remained over until Uls morning on ac
count ot better train icrvlce.
llentb of Dr. II. W. TIiiiiii.k.
At nn early hour tills morning Dr. I).
W. Thomas, one ot tie pioneer practi
tioners of this city, died nt his resi
dence, Xo, r.07 North Uroadwny. Five
weeks ngo he wns strl'ken with paraly
sis, closely followed b; a second attack,
rendering his entire light side useless,
since which time ho Ins been in a pre
Dr. Thomas was Ixrn in Baltimore,
Md., July 22. 1S20. ant graduated from
tho University ot Mirylaud In 1S19,
commencing at once tfter leaving col
lego to practice his profession. In 1SG7
he came to Leavenworth with his fam
ily, where he has sln:e resided. Tho
funeral will tnko pinto from tho ca
thedral next Tuesday lrornlng.
In Judge Ilond's court yesterday the
caso ot the state vs. A. 7. Kyle wart
postponed until Mondny, Miy 20, ut the
request of the dofondant'i attorney.
S. W. Furnnco Is the couplalnlng wit
ness, nnd he alleges that lyle commit
ted nn nssault upon Laura Furnace, his
daughter, aged only ! yen's. Mr. Kylo
Is 03 years of age and his heretofore
borne tin excellent reputatnn. Mr. Fur
nace xvas until recently n guard at the
Kansas penitentiary. He h an Odd Fel
low, and members of that organization
have raised a fund by ropular subscrip
tion to press tho case against the de
fendant. , ,
T'he little girl, mrther nnd sister, with
n number of ladle, xvero on hand yes
terday ready to five evidence fur the
state, but the casoivas, ns stated above,
contlnutd nt the pqtiest of defendant's
attorney. This maV.t the fourth contin
uance. The nllegd nssault was made
last December. Aturney Hen Hender
son, of Kansas Cltj ICas., and Judge W.
A. Porter, of tbls:lty, have been em
ployed by Odd Fobws to assist In tho
prosecution ot Kyb
Judgo Aller lioldi session of the po
lice court vesterdir afternoon for the
purpose of trying Mty Hupp nnd W. A.
Cobb, who were carged with running
their saloons last Sunday. They were
each lined $10. Klty ltapp did not like
the way She xvas 'eaten, ami iiiiineiu
ntely after court djuttrned she swore
out complaints nglnst thirteen oth.r
.to-iinru nlleirliiir lat they, too, had
boon gulltv of doin n Sunday business.
Just what tho outntno will bo cannot
Thick Ulna lturRbir.
James Fox xvas eforo Judge Aller
yesterday on the inrgo of vagrancy.
Ho exhibited Jl totho judge and told
such a plausible st-y that he was dis
missed and told to nve town Instnuter.
This ho did not d nt once, but pro
ceeded lo visit sevtftl Joints, wliero ho
displayed a largo sit of money, which
ttie olllccrs had fnill to find when they
searched him. Tho Ulcere wero notllled
of Fox's dlspluy i xx-eulth, but hu
evaded them. Tho;nre of the opinion
that ho Is n clever Irglnr nnd that tho
funds he bad wenburKlnrlzcd at St.
Joseph or Atchison.
Mrs. H. F. Tann of Kansas City,
but formerly of Uvenworth. nearly
lost her lifo In a ruiway accident at a
late hour Frldny nlit.
Whllo driving In illvery rig xvlth nn
otber xx-oman, the Irse run away nnd
Mrs. Tanner xvas tlaxvn violently out,
her head striking tl curb. A shoulder
was also dlslocateiiand thero xx'ero
other cuts and brses. It required
eleven stitches to cse tho xvouuds In
her head nnd sho x-t unconscious for n
long time. Sho xvi removed to tho
house of a femalo acquaintance on
North Third street.
Local sporting clres tiro nil excite
ment ox-er the bout nt Is to take place
to-day betxveen I. . I'urtell and Jack
Larney, knoxvn as o "Icelander." A
special train Is to le.'o this city for tlio
scene ot the light at p. in., and about
100 have already sered tickets to seo
tho mill. The "IceUder" has been In
tralnins hero for tl last four xveeks.
He has a record oliaving killed two
men In tho ring, nnhis admirers hero
aro ready to uacic n iieavuy iib'"iini
Myron It. Rergen lio manufacturer of
the finest maltresse.ind pillows on tha
market. They are cad Cellulose and aro
guaranteed never to rk and become hard
or lumpy. Address i Shawnee street,
A personal encousr took place yes
terday between Fouian Hergman, of
tho South I.eavenxvth lire department
and Harry Koohler.f tho People's Tel
ephono Company. Iltlicr one xvas In
jured. . .
The board of caty commissioners
yesterday axvardedontracts for the
building of three m bridges to the
Missouri Valley Ulge works. One
bridge Is to cross ranger creek, near
Tonganoxle, and tl other two are In
Ileno township. Tttotal cost Is to bo
A slight frost occted here this morn
ing, but not cnoug to injure vegeta
tion. Taken to y County.
Otto Heinze was anted yesterday on a
capias from Clay cnty. charging him
with telling liquor wllut a license. Thero
are six Indictments rationed in the writ.
Mr. Heinze was onbn Jail a few hours
when, ut the requestt hi, attorney. h
was turned over to nonstable from Clay
cauntx ig, jkUaw him srccur bill.
-. i V ii ' '
Willi Rtam nnd sIrIii, nnd dl?lcd eyes,
He reck the couch aud ilouu he lies;
N.UKcn mid f.ilnlncs in him ri-c.
Ilruu rnrkitn; i.iln nwll him,
Sick he.id.ichc I Hut ere lonn comes (,
III stimmcli fettle Into pence,
Within hi head the throbbing ce.ic
Pierce's I'cllcta ucAcr tali him I
Nor wilt they fail nnyone in such n dire predicament. To PtifTerers
from sick headache, dyspepsia, biliousness and constipation, they arc
alike "a friend in need and a friend indeed."
Assist Nature a little now and then in removing olTciiding matter from
the stomach and bowels and you thereby avoid a multitude of distressing
derangements and diseases, and will have less frequent need of your
Of all known agents for this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are
the best. Their secondary effect is to keep the bowels open and regular,
not to further constipate, as is the case with other pills. Hence their
great popularity with .sufferers from habitual constipation, piles and
their attendant discomfort and manifold derangements.
YOU DON'T BECOME A SLAVE TO THEIR USE I
ns with other pills. Their help ass.
No care is required while using them ; they do not interfere with the
diet, habits or occupation, and produce no pain, griping or shock to the
system. They act in a mild, easy and natural way and there is no re
13eing composed of the purest, concentrated vegetable extracts, the
cost of their production is much more than that of other pills found in
the market, yet from forty to forty-four arc put up in each glass vial, as
sold through druggists, and can be had at the price of the more ordinary
and cheaper made pills.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets Cure
biliousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, constipa
tion, sour stomach, loss of appetite, coated tongue, indigestion, or
dyspepsia, windy belclnugs, 'heart
uhs vims, uii:ii:iuii.- uiw.tys nubii
is a laxative, two are mildly cathartic. J hey are tiny, sugar-coated
granules ; any child will readily take them.
Accept no substitute that may be recommended to be "just as good."
It may be belter for the dealer, because of paying him a better profit, but
he is not the one who needs help. Manufactured by
WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Buffalo, N. Y.
102 and io.j West pill Street, Kansas City, iVio.
Tho 01:1 Itellnblo Doctor. Olilukt 111 Age, Liiiifioit I.ncutcd. A itccnhw
(irailiiuto in .Xtcdlclne. Oier 1J7 Years Special I'rnctlco.
IllWWfi! Authorized bv tho Stnto to treat ciltomu, Ntivuunari srjH uii urn,
rai'Jira guaranteed or money refunded. All medicines furnished ready for u-e. n ilntm
VftQJSfy' ,'ion jr,n i,ulncss. lMticnts nt a -If tuneo treated by mini .and expr-s. Medicines
bpTii .Torrwhero frco lromrazoor breal.ni'e. c huru'es li.w. uer aaiu ru i cuito, niww
ciperien7o aroTmportanU Uto y.nir ci "o and scud for terms. Consultation is Irco and cond
ilentlal, either pcn-aiiully or by loiter. .... ,. , , .
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (riT&T.XS:)
fu"nl Ideas nml forcolf illness, bashfulm-i. uversi. u to 1 ociety. loss of .. xual po cr. lo8 of
manhood, &c . cure.l forllfo. I can Mop nil nlBlit .w, icst..io lo-t "tuiilpowfr,rcstorouerv
nml brIu nower. cularito anil htrenKthen weak parts uud malic j ou lit, f u.- marriage.
. . i ..I 1 i .1.1 !..-. nnr. fi,Llin- nf liljli.il Tit II. -ill I IIIIIIKt 111 IIJLril. 1'UIl
itIJ- thattcrrlblodlhcnso, Inulllta
jpilllj fnrm.1 nnd Ftatres cured for
life. Illood Polsotitn?, KUIa 1)Hc:ich. Ulcers,
Swelllmrrt. Soren, limiorrlwaond f licet, nmlnll
lornnof 1'nvato Diseases positively cured or
money TCfundKil. . . .
Rrv.l - for both fcxm, F0 pace.", 27 pictures,
LitJUK truoto lUn. with lull description ot
abovo dlfeaes, tho e'lects and cure, pent heal
ed In plain wrapper-fur So. In bttunpn. Head law
little book and auswer list ot cmeaiion;
rlee JVltlSeilin Or AllatOmy thousnudHoftunoslilet, The! aa.m.toBp.m.
llfe-lllco models nnd wax llRurea dcepb Impress tho lalud', a bchool of in-1 Sundayi 10 to 13.
"SUll!?iiTSDoSin?wV3"n'? talk, ivhlch I iM fartit or abovo dlsecia that I cannot c.m,
C. K, Amlden,
Xew York, Is at thu
Ii C. Haynis,
ri I.'. Smith.
K, V. Harden
(;. A. I'ailcer.
Buffalo, Is at tho Coated.
I'hlladclphlu, Is at the
Helena, Is at tlio Coates.
St. Ivonis, Is at the Coates.
0. I.. Grosory, .Louisville, Is at the
H. I' Scott, Kxcelslor Springs, Is nt tho
1, I.. Clifford, Ileadlrif,-, Pa Is at the
J, il. Dunce, Hartford, Conn., Is at tho
T. C. Woodbury, Portland, Ore., Is at tlio
II. P. McDonald, Jr., ot Fort Scott, Is vis
lllng In tho city.
C. W. Snyder, Horton, Kas., Is at the
II, C. Conley, Joplln, Jlo., Is at the New
J. W. Harper, Carthage, Mo., Is at the
J. C. 'Williams, Sallna, Kas,, Is at the
N. Iloblnson. Colorado Springs, Col., Is
at tho New Albany.
11. J. O'llryaii, Loulsvtfe, Ky Is at tho
Mrs. C. A. Iludd, Kxcjlslor Springs, Is at
H. W. Hall. St. I,ou.s, Is at tho Victoria.
Marion Do'Weese, Lawrence, Kas., Is at
K. M. HopHlns, Lawrence, Ka9., Is at the
1,. I Sheldon, Sedalla, Mo,, Is at the
M. H. Nicholson, Council Grove, Kas., Is
at the Victoria.
S P, Hoyd. assstant general passenger
agent, ltock Islam railroad, Chicago, Is at
J, II. Heilishlre of XVynona, Mo., Is In
tha city for a fev days.
Mr, and Jlrs. Irant aalnes, of Sallna,
Kas., were in Im city yesterday, the
guetts ot friends
Charles Stiles, city passenger agent of
tho Missouri Paulo at tot. Ixiuis, was In
mo city yesterda.
Miss Margaret Bulkley, of Port Scott,
who divided the ist prize for thu soprano
solo at tho Hutoliis.ou musical Jublleo ou
Prlday, lias beer u student under Profes
sor Kronbcrg, ofthls clty.for some months
I'lxvin? Herbert editor of Newspaperdom,
was In tho city 'esterday.
Judge J. V. Hekinan, of Arkansas City,
Kas., wus lu he city yesterday. Mr.
lieekman will ddress tho convention ot
the Territoilal ppubllcan League of Okla
homa, the "Otli i this month, and will de
liver the Memo-1 day address at Hutch-
Eugene Pleld, )f tbe Chicago Ilecord. Is
visiting In this Ity.
Charles S. Kir. of the linn of James S.
Kirk & Co.. the arse fcoap manufacturers,
Is at the CoaU House. Mr. Kirk has
traveled this terltory for the past sixteen
years and his lowtirlsht good-fcllowbhip
has won him uuy friends
Mr. and Mrs. t. J. Hawkins are at home
to their fiU'iid-at 1 tlarlleld avenue.
Attorney Uetral Prank Dawes, Mrs.
Dawes.Mr. P. 1 Harkuess and Mr. Hark
nes, of .Clay. Cf ter, Ka., were la th.ts city,
- burn," pain and distress after eat-
ami iuiiuuiv:. jvi uiui; i cuei
Cf -I-.f ni- pennnucntly curnl vrlthout
OlIICllIl - Laustlo. I'littliic, bouirles or
sounds. Ko jiain, no exposure, ration!, can
um tlio treatment, ut bnuie.
Plioiinillfcm 'nm Orent Turkish
KIlClIIIiaLlitni ithemnatio Cure. i
SrUlJ CL'Iti:. Thofreatc-tdl-coiery in tho
autiull it uii'dlclno. Ot iln"o (.'.ves relief; a
few doses ninovo fever uud p.du lu nluts: A
euro in a few itjyR. Rend siaiment of ease.
Himniampior circular. r-
rr Mn ftitlv. Ttpntrtnwltlil t'l'riiKllul-K5.
Tin: i)i:st is Tin: t'liiiAprsT,
lluy Duly the tiiiniljcnr liuhlier t'o.'s Old
all complete, :i.73.
fjl feet .) 3-ply, "Plumber's" Hose, Coup
lings and ioi?M; eomplct... $2.73.
PULL LINM OP HKRLS.
lawn spitiNia-nns, ktc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER COMPANY,
T. Miri.roiil), lIiiiinjiT.
1019 Main St, ro.,.s,,;f,..
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
2G0 tecond-hand tents for pale cheap, nil
sizes, almost new, also largo round tents.
4U feet. Ou feet. OJ feet. 7n teet und 100 feet
diameter, oblong tents, 30x10, SUxCO, 3."x50.
OxOO. 01.30, 7txl00 and lOJxUO feet. Wrlto
H F It A Tk I? I? 10 Wft Third t..
J. .). J)AJVl!iU, limi.iClly,J
; fruil)lu'2'ill. i -n
lr ii,.,nilt .y 4 t rn
Harmless StVSV ?tJ'ft
Tr.Alm.nl. 1 1 .' 4 tv riAjVll
NattarTinjr.!frenriMriuk!t lbu,,l. I ' MW
l'urr,l. I'ilr.r. bii-rv.rtiirr4cti, 1 r rr I TRUTMfltT
liculftr. -411 911 vr .llrrllY,ltlllllrjllill41uri I s Milt,
O. AV. 3 WVI1I2K, r. IX,
1 10 McVicker'i Theater Bldg., Chicago
CDXICUItA ANTI-PAIN PLASTUK,
. ., ',,ut' tliuKuituresuiidlteuiov-'
mi: jni.'iuiiiiva,iii j.xi p. imhik lur u blainp.
.luUull, uudliur.13tXXMJiliU,N.Vt !
iu,v . iiuwiuuij d cawiai coui.
last evening, and will remain here oyer
the Sabbath. Other prominent Kuusans In
the city were Colonel John A. Paton, of
Wlnlleld, and J, II. P.lchards, of Port Scott.
Mr. Pcrdlnand A. Wyman, of Uoston, Is
In the city, looking atler some business
Mr. Harry I Hads. enrolling clerk of the
legislature, was ut the Savoy yesterday,
Mr. S. II. Snider, formerly Insurance
coiumlislotier for Kansas, was lu the city
yesterday, put went to Topeka last even
ing. Colonel J. II. llothwell, of Sedalla, one of
the leading ltenublienn workers In the le?.
Islature, was. at the Coates House yester
day. Mr. K. I'. It nlev. Mr. Ilrvnnt. Mr. Mun.
day and Mr. Adolpli Natnati, of Chicago,
wtie at the Coates House yesterday They
nan uven spenuiug tne weeK ut uxceisior
Springs, and were on their way home
ICO pounds granulated sugar for $3.73 t
i 3-ply, "Al Supeilor." ISc per foot.
N 3-ply, "llxtia W.irr.iiitcd, lr.c per fooL
? S-Ply, "H.idytr," 12e pn- foul.
,1-ply, ".Standard," 10j per foot.
Cotton, lOo mt foot.
,',u teet I, 3-nly. ".Seamless Tube." "Pa-
nlllc" 11,,.. flint, Hi,., ( In,,,' ' Mtir.tv VrtT',1..
W II CiAnnr. I'ff J Vf HAtixtT, See
A , ToMti.NfoN, X l'rc. O It llocKwrit, Tteii.
OP KANSAS CIY, HO.
Ntir T-inK tire n.n msu
Aoi'oiinls, siilijpcl It) flicck nt
shrill, iri'i'ivi'il iVoni iiHlivithmls,
Ili'iiK nml ooi'porat ions on thu
most uvomlili! torin.
Lcjrul ilopository lor Court and
Art 111 Kxcculor. ritinrdbn,
Atltiiiiiitrutor and licccivcr,
also tp Iletiistrnr ami Traiisfor
Ayrtit for .Stock't and IJotuK
TORE YOUR EGGS!
We Offer Cood Fncllltles.
M'hr lili i;ut linn by MMrlne
tier (iii liiitn iulttintitt:t u f ImiIIi
l.tiptlcrn mill Wi'olcru iniirkvtn; Cor
M'MHMlllelH' i)llt Itf'tl
XVe nl, i iii'iniifartnr und ilUtrlbutn to
fiimllla tin, mil., Mrlclly llj uienlii lee.
Paint Is Cheaper Than Dirt
X'lin you consider tho
rcitlltol Its use. Paint,
your home If you want
hi Red It It lll brine
double im additional
cost bv soilolns
Paint X our Slnrel
If you want mure trade.
verj'lMidv gum to the
tent appeiirlm; store.
Yon can't rem a I101119
Hint b.is lint been p.ilnt
eil tor Ijeari l'.ilnt Ii
.1 preservative of wood
ami 11 a nici'?,Uy
ims'v t sr. p.xini
' if you want to to lono
:iy avoid dirt In men.
FOtllo tiooil penple ul
hollies or tow ui Tin
at rea?onabli'prlcen ut
,V(it,.X-- t'O., I'.'lll-I
pcit 11.11111 ran in. 110111:111
A.M. MICIIKS PAINT
1:1111 XX'aliiul M. Tel. 1(111.
Is not conllned to millionaires alniie. Any
body's iuone can .XIAKI1 money, it Judi
ciously bandied. A $lint murgln can bo made
to yield 11 very handsome addition to your
Ineuini'. Mir mi'thiids eoniblno comparative
s.tri'.n ami M!t;ri:N,
If you are not iostcd on pjioculatlvo
'iana'tlons we will operate for yon, glv
.ng j oil the benellt of our Judgment und ex
perience. Our success with this class of accounts
'in been inot pronounced.
1 mr commission l but H per cent for
both buying and selling.
Send lor our pamphlets on speculation,
whleh. together with our dally market let
ii r. are mailed free.
.Xl.iiglns received in amounts of $20.00 and
i:ilNs(,lATi:il STUCK .V PKUDI'Ci: CO.
I? Itrti iiIiiii.,, Nell X'ltrll.
T1IK !. THAT I.t'lttlHJATKS .IIOST IS
hiii.L, .xianui AC"ruiti:t hv
VflGUUl OIL GO.
Dut to buy It and you will got It In Its
orluluul packages go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
BANKERS AHJ INVESTORS
ity ihMP'h or l(fitlcnrp I'roperty ur
Imjirnvtd r.irm. rail on or correspond
with M H AIU-:iJ. MnmtFrr
i me io x ii. c. com uiion r
. t" Dttiniirc direct. li.niHin C Ity, tl.
Tt'triilnuit) Nn. 1.111 1.
us i n
STOCKS and BONDS.
Eend for our XX'eekly Quotation Circular
the only regular publication of prices of
local liunds and sitoiks in this market.
ARMOUR BUILDIXG. 500 OCLAWARs ST,
Ii XSs- t ll'X. JUL
C. n PltENCH. President.
XX'YAN NKUSiiN. Sectary nnd Treasurer.
I SI AIU.IMlt.D ih;ii.
L1EKCII 131 .OS.
Orders t-xeiiited for future delivery ot
Grain and l'io islons.
Itooms "0. 21 nnd 2?, Kxchnnge bblg.
Private wlrea to Chicago, New York and
A1ILL5 Commission Co.,
Il:i New X'nrk life lliilldliig.
I'l'lepbiillK I KM. KANSAS CI I'V, 11(1.
Dealers In UUAI.V and PltuX'lSIO.N.S for
ciiBli or future delivery nnd ItAl J.l;i AL
STOfKS und ltoNT'S. Oideri Dy null or
telegraph promptly executed.
Leased XX Iristo ( hlnigo und N'eH York,
ltcfer to Uradatreefii and Dun a .Xl-rcan-tile
Agencliti, New bhigtdud tlafd Dcpodlc
and Trut Company.
Live Slock Commission Merchants,
Kinisas I'lty Stueli VunU
Ciiiiilgniiieutii nml Currcxpoiiilcuro nlli Ued.
.Xlarliet liepnrK 1H I pi.u Appllcutloii,
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLK, 1I0US anil SHEKl' to
Ben L Welch & Co,
Stoil. Xanlt - - - Ivuin-ad City, .Mu.
Market reports furnished. Write ua.
SamT. Itlal. S n MaiiKhier, cattle stleiuisn
XX'. 1J. t'llnion hog -ales man; Joe N.
lilaL otflco, XV. J. Ilean.
SAIVI T. RIAL & CO.,
Live Slock Commission Mentals
JIarket reports frco on application. Kan
sas City Stocli Yards, Kansas City, Ka$.
A, J. GILLESPIE I -lfcfcBSHfi
"' Jl "!--'- t, B. t51l.l,i:SPIU
&s CO. J J. P. UlUtUSl'IB
Commission llerchanta, Kansas City tituck
Liberal advances made to parties feedlnn
Etock. Iluylng feeding rattle on orders a.
specialty. Correspondence solicited. Tele
phone No. H;3.
Houston, Fible & Go,
(Successors to Win. J. XVollmau Co.)
BONDS, STOCKS cui!.Vl,'.:,:'-lt
n','0 Delaware .street. Kuiikus City, llo.
CHAS, SACHS & GO. S,,
t'oiuiuerclal Paper, 1'orelgu P.nbaugu.
518 Delaware St. Tel. 1503.
W. J. Anderson fS.'
CO) Delaware St. Kaosas City, Mo. CoiamercUl
I'iytv, stoclts und lioods. Util Eauu-oaa