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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNK2H, 1805.
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PROPERTY OWNERS WIN,
corNTY rot'iir iti:it'm to cimant
lUtO.VAtlllt A SALOON MC'IIN'M..
The I'olntilnln Mlin Nniiir Apprnrril on
the 1'eMltlmi Arc .Nut Counte il Iton-
Irll' Applle itlon Withdrawn
liy HI Attorney.
"The court refiiti to grant the ttn
wre the welcome vvonli that ffll on the
Mrs of the proiwrly onr avwltlnp in
the county court room to hear the vrnll I
tint would terminate the efforts of the n
loon element to replace the ilritmnhop In n
block where 91 per cent at the real etit"
owners In the block wer,' o)Ketl to It
The verillct wn In the application of J C
ltrnnaugh, who liivlng obtained the con
sent of tho police comtnlMloner'. now
fought a. license from the county court to
run n saloon nt the old "Milter's Tnmom
Iteort," nt N'o. 7 West S'lnth street
The hearing of the application oicupleit
rvon dajs nnd Is the most notable t"ie
ever heard In the state In which a siloon
license wni tho Issue. The erdlct of the
court Is an Indorsement of the poMlloti tak
en by the remonstrants when they un
in isketl the schemo ttelllierilely carried
out of colonizing the block In the Interest",
of the siloon men. The case turned on the
eight signers of the petition who had been
colonized til a loom at No 15 Vet Ninth
stret. It the court nml Tdmltted these
nnmei then Uronnugh would have had a
majority of th sinners, but the rourt rec
ognized the fraud and established a prece.
dent that prompted the Immedlite with
tlrawal of the iippllcalloti of II. It Hontell
for a license to run a aloon nt No ' Wet
Ninth street, and will discourage for the
future any effort to pta e a saloon Iti a
block where the on Item object to It.
The first argument In the ease was rmde
bv It It. U.ill, ropresentltiB ltobert Winter,
the ngttit of the propert) where llrnn.iilgh
proposed to keep his nloon -Mr Winter
did not want a saloon there tf It would In
jure tho nelghboihood, which he did not
think It would do. Mr. Winter was Inter
osted as a business man who has property
I'rank O, Johnson then opened the case
for ltronnugh. In the matter of signers
to the petition and remonstrance lie con
ceded fortj-nlno names to the remons.tr.inco
ns ngnlnst forty-four names signed to the
pctlllon, and that to get a majority tho
colonists must be counted, and ho argued
tint they should be counted
The cae foi the lemonstr.ints was o" 'd
by I'rank O I'aMon, who spoke lgo
In beh.ilf of the property owners am. re
nounced tho colonisation chime, with I'red
riemlng as 111 originator. He ild that
I'lemlng linil lirst rolonlztd tho block and
then carried IJron.iugh's petition around
and bad the colonists sign It. Mr. l'axton
said that room JtXi In the Caldwell building
was empty Just before the petition was got
ten up and all at once It 1 occupied bv
men whoso names appear on the petition
when It Is piesented It Is piocd tint tho
room was paid for by one man, and that a
Janitor who was hired to keep tho room In
order hnd once made the statement thnt
I'rcd Fleming was to pay him foi his work.
Attorney James C. turner cited the su
premo court decision" to prove that the
right to keep a dramshop was not a leg il
rb'ht, but a dlscietlon entirely within tho
bands of tho county court
.1. V. C. Karnes, in bis nrgument for the
property owners, slid that the ownets of
real estate In tint block had for sears
worked to get the saloons out of the block
and now they wanted them kept out Since
the saloons had been driven out tho
block hnd been reconstructed, until now
it Is the hiitidsomest block In the city.
D. S Twltchell then argued In favor of
Issuing tho llcmse. He protested against
the talk th.tt siloons encouraged crowd
to gather on the stieet and maintained
that the cn was not a matter of senti
ment, but purclj a business tr ins ictlon.
II. D. Ashley, In a vigorous speech, com
pletelj eposed the methods of the rieming
aggregation In procuring signers for s iloon
petitions by colonization and pointed out
to the court that If any of the roomeis it
No 15 West Ninth street wcro to be con
sidered colonists, all must be so conslden d.
Milton Mooro concluded the argument for
the saloon applicants and the case was In
the hands of the court.
it was Just twentv minutes after Judges
Stone, Smith and l,itlmer had rctlied to
deliberate upon their -vol diet that they re
turned and Judge Stone announced th.it the
verdict was against the granting of the
Judge Stone then announced that the
court would hear the Ilnuttll applleitlon
this morning, but Milton Moore announced
that with tho consent of the eourt he would
wlthili.iw the applleitlon und sue further
time of the court The IJoutell petition
contains identically the same list of sign
ers that adorned tho Itionaugh application.
ew -nits 1 lied.
21111, Mnrv S, flates vs. Theodore S
2I4IJ .Ma.rcKlI.ir: Dunn vs. William Dunn;
J 1 11.1 Grading of an alley between Mer
clct .street and IIollv meet, fiom Twenti
elghth to Twent.v -ninth
JIUJ I H Rosenthal Millinery Company
vs Mrs. I;. C. Nelson; appeal from Justice
SII15 Oradlng Twenty-fifth street, from
Holmes to Charlotte.
2ltld Grading alley south of Sixteenth
street, from Jelfersnn to J'ennsj lv aula
2U17. LUle itkh.itds vs it. It. ltlch
arils. appeal fiom Jusltfe ltbert.
IM11S Jtebecc.i 1!. Gardner vs. Trunk N.
21119 I.eaiulii C. Self vs. Ard.a I.. Self;
211.10. I,awience r ttelger, assignee, et
at vs Louis It. Van Llcw . damages.
2IIJI J'rest Heating Company vs John
Bayha ct ul, appial fiom Justice Walls.
Com t Note.
Tlecnuso her husband stunk so hard
that he broke the ilium of hci eir, .Mnrcel
l.in Dunn thinks thn Is enllilid to a dKorie
from him, and jestoid.iy she Hied the
Iteeesstiri iiapeis with the circuit eourt.
A temnotaiv restiainlncr oidtr was Is
sued In ludgo Dob-on s division of the
ill cult coutt jestird.iv enjoining Itlelmid
son, tho on iKl' of lllue otone, Iioill Intti
ferlng with .Mutt Wiur In the muniigetiunt
of the racer during tho term of the hitter's
Mary G Gates brought suit In prohibi
tion In Judge Uobson's division of the cir
cuit court yesterdas against Ju-tlie Theo
doto S Case nueMionlng hs Jurisdiction to
try a suit In which she Is lnt rested. Jus
tice Cac was temporal llv enjoined until
the ease can bo heaid befoiu Judge Dob
son. The verdict of the circuit coutt In tho
suit whole Mnrey K. Hiovwi iciovcnd his
back salary as prosecuting attornej will
be discussed by the county court to-da,
when tho advisability of appealing tho
case will 'bo determined PrcMdlng Judge
Stone wants to eairy tho caso to the high
er courts Mr Hrown was given Judgment
ngnlnst the eount for fJ.lOKO, with intei
tst on that amount at b per cent for tour
The county court jestcrday c elded
lint case involving tho light of ibtlce
Htanvvooil to dtavv u salary mule tho
new law. The case has luen befot the
coutt Blnco Ktlday and was bt ought nder
u (iroiiosltlon to change thu boundarlet. of
Kiln township so as to exclude thu West
iiort district fiom the operation of tho new
law. The court diclded to mike no changes
and tho bond of Justice Stanwood wus ap
proved. Judge Slover's division of the circuit
court will meet to-di, when tho applica
tion of Mrs, A L. Mason for u new com
mission to apportion her Into husband's
million dollar estate will be heard. As
Muted In tlu Journal, tho application will
bo contested by the other heirs and a doen
of tho best lavvjers In Kansas City will
appear In tho hearing to be had to-day.
sirs. Mason sn-,s thut the old apportion
ment, by which sho was. allowed a one.
fnuith Interest In tho estate Is not
Vte Homford'ti Arid I'lunpliute.
Dr. O. II Goonjusf, M, Louis. Ma, says: "I
have ued It for several j oar with espeiUIly
icood results In nrrvous prostration, the remit
of mental efforts; also iu sleepless condition of
Mayor Davis has called a council meet
ing for to-night. There aid a number of
Important matters to come in both houses.
Tho early handbook of the Builders' and
Tiadertt' exchange was issued ji'sterday.
It eontulns the by-laws of the exchange, a
business classification of tho mcmbeis and
their uddresses, rules for the measmeiuent
4of masouwork and buildings, the III o- and
Icanltary ordinances In practice In Kansas
City, Mo., water rutts for building pur
poses, mechanics' lien laws of the btites
of Missouri and Kansas, and the names of
the city building inspectors. It shows that
tho exchange has a membership of over
100. Tho handbook was compiled by J. G.
Duruer, assistant secretary of tho ex
change. The Hoyal ilaklng 1'owder uvolds all de
composition of the Hour us caused by jeast
rising, thereby having a largo percentage
of its most nutritive -lements, making
the Hour go oae-Xourth further.
That Tired Feeling
Po common at this t eaoti, M a serious
condition) liable to lead to ilKaMrous
results. It is a sure sign of ileclliiltiR
health tone, nml that the hlorel is Itu
jioverlslieil and Immtro 1hcbetnntl
most ucccssiil ii'incily Is fotuiJ In
Which makes rich, hentthy hlood, ntul
thus clvi s .stretiijlh to the nerves, elas
ticity to the iuttcle, vlcor to the brain
In ami tu.alth to thevvliolo hod). In
truth. Hood's fc.ar.sap trIIU
Makes the Weak Strong
HcMirotocct Hood's nml only Hooil'.
$l; .Ix for $." I'rrtvarcd only hy
0. I. Hood it- to., l,ovvell, Mass.
Hood's Pllla "ire muea ntul Mllmisness
HIS BATH DISTURBED,
A .Man Named Sewnmii, H lilln Uiilblng In
lllue lllvrr.'ls ttolibld b)
t ootp iiW.
Testerdny morning nt 1 "il o'clock word
wn- sent to Marshal II. 1, Stewart, nt the
county Jail, that two men had been doing
n wholesale holding tip business near the
Air Una Junction, northniRt of the clt.
A pirty of di put v m.ushals. Including J.
II. Keshltnr, Holly Jarboo und rratik Stew
art, started Immedlalelv for the scetlo of
the reported robberies with tho avowed In
tention of cnpturllifc the nforesald thieves
and making tneni nnsntr for their various
crimes. When thev arrived nt the place
where the tlrat lobberv oocurted thev en
countered a large crowd of elilted fninurs
with ilouble-linm Hid shotguns, and learned
the following slot.v A man, who was un
doubtedly a German and who gave tho
nunc of Newman, was taking a morning
bath In the lllue about 7 o'clock, when his
peaceful etijov meut was juiddenlj marred
by the nppenrance of two desperate looking
tramps, armed with Ij-callbi r lx-sbooteis,
and who at once demnnded his money.
They searched his clothes, llndlng a $in bill
und a revolver, and picking up his shut,
which was l.vlng on the batik of the creek,
dlsippcared Newman nt onco spn id the
nlarin und started on Ills way to Kunas
A few motnent'1 after lie bad gone tho
two trumps came upon a bod of section
bands, and after cautioning them nbnut
following, boarded the Chicago ,L Alton
cast bound train, which hid stopped to
whistle for the crossing, ntul weie gone.
This happened about nn hour beforo tho
ileput) marshals arrived, lieui e their
sent eh wan fruitless Deeilptlnlis of tho
men were flcgrnphcd along the route
thev wore thought to have tnken, und It is
thought their capture will follow in a few
d.ivs. llesldes robbing Newman, the two
tramps Mole a gold vvntch from a boy In
Shellleld, and nl-o visited a fiumhoue
near by and relieved It. of a number of
GOOD SIZED CROWDS,
Iilstrnml to Itev. iii lones1 l.eitnres at
I'alrinoiuit 1'urU leslerilii) After
noon mid tlviiilog.
Tho rain and threatening weather cut
down the attendance at Ilev Sim Jones'
lectures at 1'ilrniount pirk jesterdny, but
In spite of all he nddresmd good sized
crowds both In the afternoon and evening.
In the afternoon -the lecturer took for his
subject the "Jtivages of Hum" which lie
trotted in an interesting manner
In the ovenlng the subject was "How to
Get There and Stu There" The lecture
contained much good advice. In sides being
replete with wltt sallies and pointed sto
rli. This afternoon Mr. Jones will spe ik on
"M mhood and Money." iml In the evening
on "Shams and the Genuine" Doth Itct
ures will be of unusual lnteiest, but the
one In the evening Is pirtlctiltrlv o, as it
is probably the most brilliant of the entire
list delivered by Mr Jones. In it he is
very caustic and punctilios, ma of the
shnms of to-daj In no unceitaln m inner
The engagement of Mr Jones nt l'.ilr
mouut closes to-morrow and l'rid ly even
lug the opeia compan will open In "Krml
nle" for another week's run.
.vr.woit Davis ni:i i.miki).
l-iuguttgo of the barter Kelatlvo to i
toes Di lln, d.
The following communication appealed
In jcstcrdas'H St.u
The Impression originally eieated b Mr.
Julian's Interview In the Star was that he
and Judgo Tlcld called upon tho muor
before he vetoed the franchise oidlnance,
but these gentlemen now saj their talk
with his honor was scvei.il houis after
that oidlnance hail been m toed and sent
to the cleik. The Itttir Is tiue Thej still
leave the Impression that the majoi called
the spei lal meeting of the council at which
this ordlnunee was pisstd over his veto,
alter the veto message was sent to the
link This Is not line That meeting was
called the night ptevlous at the riipiist
of the elt's allot nejs In the water walks
case, and befoie the fi.inihlso oidlnime
had been cuted upon bj ilther houi-o of
Now, having vetoed the ordlname, what
was tho sworn dut of the moor' These
gt nth men u to withhold it Horn the
count II until the .state law took i ITecl The
chutei (Art. HI, hei. b) wij s thnt if the
mijor veto an oidlnance "lie shall return
it to the iltj eleik with his objections, and
thu link shall, at the next session of the
house in which It oilglnutcd, leturn It to
sin h house "
These self-constituted glial dlans of the
lights of llie people als-o el ilm tint the
mioi cou'd have def, ill d the couiull by
having this veto out of the message, call
ing the special session, but See. 7 of Art
III, of the chatter leavis tho detoimln.uion
of this question Just wheie It belongs
with the council, nnd not with the m.iyoi
for it is there provided that sin h mi oull
iiiiiue "shall stand as nconsidired In the
house to vvhli h It Is letunud. Silt li house
shall cause the objections of the inijor
to be entered at luge upon tho Journal,
and pioeted at its convenltneu to eonslib i
the diustion." .... ...
It is thus seni that the language of tho
charter Is manditmy ami Impirative It
h.ivs that the major ami tho cleik "shall"
do just iih they did do In the case and then
that tho council proe, ed "at Its canwnl
, me" not nt the major's "to consltler
tin question "
Thu ordinance being vetoed, had the
mavor by the dishorn bt tilik which It Is
claimed ho should have plijed, kept It
fiom the consideration of the council, lie
would have abused his publlo trust and
violated his oath of otllce, and no honest
man usks that any olllelal fchall do clthti.
The unequaled stiength of the Itoyal, ns
certified bj tho highest baking powder au
thorltlis, makes It tho cheapist to use,
even at a higher price than others.
Marrltgti Iltinms luril,
The following couples vvero jesterday li
censed to wed;
Daniel Goodn, Kansas City. Xfo 21
Vlotoila Mltehell. Kansas City, .Mo ,.1S
lMgnr A. Leon Kansas City. Mo, ,.,,,, ,.,27
Allco 1'ilnce, Kansas Clt, -Mo 21
Amos li Diriiett, Kansas City, Mo SO
Hattle City, Kansas Cltj, -Mo 2i
Colin J, Hackett. Lemars, la . ,,.,,,.,. .51
May T. Mm tin, Kunsus Cits. Mo ,,,,2'J
J imes White, Kansas f'lti. Mo ,.,....;r
Muij Gtury, Kansas City, Mo ,...,, 4-1
ltphrulm H, Italston, ltliiio. Ma , 2S
Katio Orr, Kansas City, Mo, .,.,., 22
John J Paul, Louishiiig, Miami Co., K.is.2l
Jessie M. Tellows, Loulsburg, Kus, ,,,.,, ,2.'
Death III ported.
Tho following deaths were reported to
tho health tlcinrtiiunt yesterdaj :
roitune, Itrnest T; f vcars; 518 Lvdla
avenue, June 21; meningitis; burial iu rar
est Hill ce-ineter.
Moss, Nannie, 20 eurs; 1C2 Jllehlgun
aveniiu; June 21; consumption; burial in
Uolcu, Arthur; 0 months; 712 MoOee
street; June 21; Inanition; burial In l'orcst
Cuid, Mrs. G, W.; 40 jenrs; 610 McGeo
street; June 17; exhaustion from diarrhoea:
burial in Const Hill cemetery,
Molse, Columbus; 40 jc-ars; 90S Grove
stieet; June 23; cancer of stomach; burial
in Ulmuood cemeteiy.
Shaw, Hazel; & ears; 1701 East Nine
teenth street; June JJ; cerebro-spln.il men
ingitis; burial lit L'lmwood cemetery.
The following births vvero reported to
the health department vesterda;
1'htlau, l'lereo and Margaret; girl; 319
Mercer street; June 21.
McKnlght, J, und Mary; girl; 211 West
Twent)-ulnlh street; June 21,
Cunningham, Janus and Jennie; girt; 2703
iiowuiu turret; juuu i.
lleniiett, II. W. and Agnes; boy; Thirty
third street and flora avenue; April 23.
e-,..l.unu trilll.i.n nn.1 Ann... .-,,. Pn-
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JJgJiUVUfc filiVVV, wuuu i
LONG FORGOTTEN MESSAGE,
ItltlM'IIIIT ill Ml MDItV ItV I I.MH.MI A
DltAD soi.llll It's l'AKDI.It.
the Cruder tMrtl In n Innetr .pot lu Ar
kiiiiiis In 1111,1 M. Hilled to Vie Ills
(urler llelded little tllrl
Lived Netr Independeiue.
W. N. Sotltliprn rpcolvcel ft letter je?
terilny from W. II. lt.Uten. i resident of
KlnRiNher, O T, which tells n story of
the war of a sick .oldler who illeil In n
lonelj Bpot In Aikntfus, nml his mes
snge home to his wife nml the curly
he.ideil baby rM lie hntl loft heliliul.
Tho inesiiKe1 vvns never delivered, iinil
tho body of the ileml soldier l In nRinvo
on Slip creek, In l'lko county, Alk, The
curly headed Imby gltl Is t'slbly a
grown oung lnily now, and In nil prob
ability tho fnlthfitl vvlfo who wntched
for nontp tiding' from her absent litis
hnlul hn.s pniiseil nvvny without tho
knowledge thuL her floldler lntsbaiul wns
burled In a lonely spot on u lonely nml
obscuro crook In Atkittisii.
Tho mesngc of tho ileml soldier to
his homo vvns reviv llled In tho mini! of
tho messenger hy tho Ilnillne of his
parole. Tho letter fiom Mr. ll.ilten
stntes that ROtne ilnjs ngvj, while look
ing for nn ohl patent to some1 Innd.s he
linil dlsposeil of near Clinton, Mo he
came ncross tho parole of Niitlmn 'on
elason. The letter stnted that Conelason
fell sick by the lo.ulslde, near the house
of tho writer. In l'lko county, Ark
"t was passing nlnng the tout nnd
found him under u sliado lice, nnd I
put him on my hot so and cuirleil him
to the house," paid Mr. Mutton. "He
lay sick fur sevctal ilnjs, until Septem
ber S. Isfit, .mil then passed nvvny t
burrled lilin In it nlco suit of clothes,
which vvetu left by another soldier I
know that his friends never knew What
became of bint, lie told mo often that
ho bad a wife nnd child, a little girl,
and ho often sxke of her pretty curls,
nnd how he would like to see them once
again before! he died."
Tho writer further states that he died
a peaceful, happy death, and when his
eyes closed ti smile of satisfaction tested
on his features. The letter writer sivs
that ho felt It Ills dutv to make the
statement for the benefit of his ft lends,
for the- soldier often talked of his little
home noittieust of Independence, Mo,
nml It Is likely thnt some of his folks
live thetc yet.
The letter also contained the dead
soldier's pniolo It vvns headed "Vicks
burg, Miss , Julv, A. I). 1S0.1, nnd set out
that Nathan Conclasoit, a pi hate In
Company II, Vlfth Missouri leglment,
C. S. A , being .i pilsoner of vvnr In the
bands of the I'tilted .States fotces, by
virtue of the capitulation of Vlcksbuig
nnd Its gatrlon, gave his solemn oath
not to sen i- in any inllltaiy force
ngnlnst the L'nlted States of Ametlc.i
until exchanged It was signed bv C
A. Cirltln, p.uollng olllcer. One Hundred
und T'list leglment, Illinois votunteois
An effoit vvns made jcstonl.iv to trace
up the f.imllv T. C Caldwell, who
soi veil In the fifth Mlssouil after Vlcks
ImiK caplttilnted, stated that there was
n family named Coiiclasuie, who sent
lepiesentatlves to the war, nnd that
they leslded In the Sic Mllu dlsttlct,
of this county, at that time No one
seemed to know of the family now. In
the Six Mile cemeteiy there Is a number
of the Coiiclasuie family bulled Whether
ot not the vvlte of the dead soldier Is
burled theie 1. .1 mattei of coujectuie
No one knows of the curly headed little
gltl which brightened tho dlng mo
ments of tho soldier, nnd to which ho
lefened so tendellj by stating "how ho
would like to see them again "
It costs more to make the Itnynl Mak
ing Powder because Its lngri illents are
purer, but It Is more wholesome and goes
furthei than .inj other
w.vri.t: Monies iiu.viis
'the City Mill lie 1'repir, il It, Mict the
Di , r f the Court.
When Judge MePougal sent the papers
in the wntet woiks bond matter to Storey
Thorndjke, attornevs for tho purchasers,
Mondny, he asked the llrm to send on tho
bonds at onto for execution, ns ho hnd
done more than th.y asked hi m to do.
Ytsteidiy moinlng he iceelved a telegram
that Mr. Storev lift Moston In the morn
ing for this cits, and that he will be pro
pi red to com hide tho matt, r on his ar
rival. He Is cxpecti d to teach lure by tu
ition ovv morning or I'lldav moinlng at
the latest. Cutler the decree, the time foi
the tentlei of the bunds in uurt is in t I
Mond.i, and the tlt counselor deslrta
that the bonds be readv for this formally. I
No at Hon will 1" taken on the p.ut of
the attomejs for lies, i Wt lister until the
return ot Judg, l'hillps fiom Coloiatlo
Thev will be content with wh never Is
det ided when the matter i omes up for
Dial. The attornivs for the ilt have no
fell- of nny decision tint the Issue will
exceed the debt making limit of thu elt,
because they hold tint this question has
lieen disposed oi nnaiiy.
'Irip to Xeiv I iigliintl,
Tho nte.sldc'tits of the vailotts commer
cial bodies of the eltv Will make! ,i Dip
to the New I'liKlnml states, leaving Kan
sas City tho evening of July I, tor tho,
purpose of repiesenllng Kansas Cltv
inunufacturlng interests, piospects und
The seveial executive boards met vos
teuliy and foimnlly chose their piusl
ilent.s fot tho mission. The delegates so
far chosen me Geoigo W. Fullei, pi evi
dent of the Conime'ict.il Club: J. K
Davidson, piesldent of the lmniil ot
Dado, C. 1). I'.uker, piesldent of tho
Heal Kstato Exchange. W II Kellv.
piesldent of 'he Hulldeis' and Tr.uleis'
Kxchange, and Tiank Coopei, piesldent
of the Live Stock Kxc'lmiige. and at
the meeting of tho Cleailng House As
soclitton tills morning Its president, W.
11. Wlnnnts, will bo selected for the rep
resentation of that body. .Mayor Davis
Is said to have- given hi- consent to
accompany tho p.nty.
Women avoid sufnrlng by mine Pahkek's.
(JisiiniToMC as It Is attnptetl to their Ills
I'.iiiktu's lUm llei.s vm ,iili tho hair grow th
hhelley Park Mortbig,
Notwlthstnniling the threatened storm, a
good audience gatheied at Shelley puk
last night, ltvangelist Shaw ban aniiouiicul
that e-.-rollt.em in Tom Guurlej would talk
again on 'lhursda.v night, and that Attor
ney G K, Gllluly would speak on Saturady
evening, un next Monday evening tho
special services wilt bo concluded with a
jubilee service over the 1,0") professed con
veislons since the woil: was Inaugurated
last September .Mr Shuvvh.an tald last
night that ho wanted every ono who coulii
ulfonl It to tiling $1 on Monday evening, as
an ottering to tho Lord.
REPORT OF THE ACADEMIE DE MEDECINE OF FRANCE
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS,"
THE RESULTS OF THE RECENT
INVESTIGATIONS IN PARIS AND THE
REPORT OF THE ACADEMIE DE MEDECINE
OF FRANCE HAVE PLACED APOLLINARIS
WATER AT THE HEAD OF ALL THE
WATERS EXAMINED FOR PURITY AND
FREEDOM FROM DISEASE GERMS.,
A NEW DYSPEPSIA CURE,
Der n.ono People In stale nt Mlebl
gnu Purnl In tstll li lhl
.N, vv I'n pirutlon,
Stuart'.s liv "pepsin Tablets, Ihc new ill-
overj for stomaeh troubles, Is i Inline I lo
have cured oier fi,i people In the state
of Michigan alone in lOI These tablets
hnvo liecome so popular with phvsblans
and people who have nny foim of Indices
Hon thai they have the ludnrsruirnt of
such phjslciitns as Dr Itrtrlintlon and l)r
.lenulson ns being the ciftst, most reliable
remedy for eonr stoma, h, chronic ilvspep-
In, gn, bluitlng, palpitation, limdnrhe,
consllpiitlon, and In ill cni-s where the
appetite Is poor or tho food Impel feel
tt Is mtfe to say that Stunrt'o Dvpepslv
Tablets will cure nnv kind ot vtomnrh
trouble except cancer ot the stomach.
They nre not t -een t patent medicine,
but compo-cd of vegetable and fruit es
sences, pure pp)rln, Golden Senl, ginger
and the iIIrt stive ael,l, Tliey are pleasant
lo take, can lie eorrled In the pocket, and
thev cure because thev dlgtst the food
promptlv before It has time to f, rinent nnd
polou the blood
Unionists everywhere sell Stunrl'n l)v
pcpslt Tablets, full ired pnckngis, at W)
cents A book on siomieh dlins,s and
thousands of testltnnlilil sent f n e hy ml.
dreslng 1 he Smart Co, Marshall, Ml, It.
A HIT AT MINNEAPOLIS,
I be (Ncvr v,,ric opera ComiuM, M hie li
t'oiiie s to Washington I'nrh tluly 11,
Proves to lln il Sii,,.,,
It was with much gratification that the
Washington park management jesterdaj
received reports of the success of the New
lork opera eompit, which opem d for a
short run nt Minneapolis Monday nlbht
Kully 3,Wii) people henrd "Pln.ifoii" sung
and applauded It ontlitislnsllPiilli The
coii'pm 's det hired to be ex, client In ev
en respeet. This organization opens at
Washington pirk Julv !. an etigiigi ment to
Inst several wieks. l.laborate pupitnttons
have hi en made for its reception "II M
S. Pinafore." which served ns a stage lust
senson, Is being remodeled ntul repilntid,
and spielat care Is to be taken lu the light
ing. Himdted.s ot eleitrlc burners well he
Tho "I'blng Jordan" arrived Inst week
from Iturope. They will be In Kanits City
tlie litter part of the w,ik, nnd, lifter a
day spent In arranging traperes nnd nets,
will give a perforin mi o at Washington
pirk Siuidn afternoon.
Hurtling and Ah Sid .and Madame Olive
will d, light the thoiisuiils who go to
Troost pirk on Htiudav nnd all of next
IT Die Imliv Is Hilling li,thtie Unit old
and well tried remeilv Mil's Wl.Vsi.oU 8
bOOlllINO bYItUP "-) rents a bottle.
Ill CKsil.lls Ml
In View of Cider Iruln's Moitllled Ordrr,
lluni'MT, 'I bey 'I ll lin -No Allien.
Tho Hucksters' Ptotectlve Association of
Kansas City held a spec lal meeting lu its
hall, corner of ilolmis and 1'ourth streets,
last night. The meeting w is called to or
tier b President Joseph Damlco, who stat
ed that his object lu t illing the members
of the association tog. Hier lu sped il meet
ing was to consider tie- pissing of resolu
tions against Chief Iivvlns order restrain
ing the hucksters from appearing upon th,
streets of the clt befoie ' oclikli and
shouting th, Ir waies In a loud voice, nnd
to lake some action to hive It rescinded,
lie fuithei stated that Chief Irvvlu visler
da modllled the origin il older and had in
structed the police not to airest any huck
ster who appeared before U o'clock and did
not use undue' noise In announcing his
This second order of the chief's partly
annulled the object for which the meeting
was talltil last night, mil Mr. Damlco In
structed the hucksters assembled to appc ir
as earl as they ehose. but not to Miout
or otherwise disturb the peite of cltltns
who sleep lite. A committee eimposed of
Messrs Damlco, Itag.in 11 irrls, Liutlcaii
and Pi igi r was appointed bj the t h ill to
wait on Chief Irwin this nioiiilng and pri
se nt him with a copy nt the ruling of Judge
Wolford, ot the criminal tourt, In the tip
pe il cases of II, Abito, Hurry I'oglt ,
George Priest, N. Nacarotl and CJ. Ileiko
vvnv, who were arrested, tried und con
victed In the polfce court for violating the
ct ordlnunee regarding the privileges ot
huekstiis Ju Ige WolTord s iid in his de
cision vvheicin he disobliged the defend
ants that the ordinance was unwise and
whollj an unriasoiiable regit! itlun
If no hmkstcrs nre ari.sted, who nie
members of the ussoel itlon, fm laud and
boisterous shouting, the muter will be
allow id to i tin tin us It is and the- street
peddlers will be permitted to cry their
wares, but In a subdued tone of volee. ami
the late riser will not be disturbed in his
morning n ip
Pood raised bj the Itojul Miking Powder
ni.u be eaten lint, evin bj dyspeptlts,
with impunity. Hot bieael, blst ults, hoi
cakis, mulllus, trusts, pudillngs, etc, are
made b) Its use p, ifesjily wholesome.
SHOOK II.VMIS Willi A 'IICDIE.
M bun the Aullu el 1 llllshecl, the il in Wore
OiiD u , e Mice unci sImh s.
A joung mm whose desire to be sociable
exceeded his good judgment visited the
vvintel tptaiters of tho lire it nil ice
shows not long ago Hen, one of tlu big
liengal tlgeis ot tin menagerie, was taking
his nfter-dlnnci nai Ills paw wus hang
ing carelessl out of the cage. The visitor.
In a spirit of cotdlality, grasped the prof
iled hand like a cundld ite at nn old sel
lers' meeting. Den, who la tho Menu
llrummel of the menagerie, Is nn exdusUo
fellow, and lie did not npprciiuto silt h un
seemly ndvamis .Mr. Man hud not been
Introduced, and was reguidnl as a deeld
edlj presumptuous Individual.
lien rebuke d him by reaching out nnd
gathering In his b.u k hair; he swat him In
the hick of the link and delineated there
on a railroad map Ho stabbed holts In
him ami did viuious other pleii intrlcs pe
culiar to a tiger Winn tho man w is res
cued he remembered that something had
happened. Ho found himself arrajed In a
pill of shoes, a netktle and seveial sti, iks
of sole, but not a thing else. It took a
surgeon to sew the remnants together Tho
bos about the menage rlo kept the net k
tli as a souvenir and hung It up on Ken's
M lien you n!Tt r from sli k lieidiihr, AU
rlness, constipation eta, remember Carter s
Ltttla Liver Pills will lulieva you One pill Da
'i in: vv i;.viin:it.
The highest and low
est temperature yes-
terd.u recorded neie
The precipitation wus
leH'ord of last night's
ConcuulU ,,, ... .
Chijenue .... .
veiis me auti u tipg.
,is of an Inch Tho
observations was as
.30 02 hi
..30 01 (..'
,. .'J SS Krt
..29 61 JO
. .TI M 7ei
. Se)W 70
.30 W. 1,1
.20 S.) fS
..21) b I 7
(STRIKE RIGHT N0W(
Be one of the Ceaseless Multitude that is benefiting
p by this riarvelous Prof itSacrif icing.
YnilR SUIT Will RFIINfl!x5flllflRIYnflRRFfiT
y, iuuiiuuii nu.euLviinuiiniLiii.Li uuiiiiluii y.
And you'll PAY MUCH LESS for it than you did for
any previous Suit that you ever wore!
IIUMII D VV llSK.
A l.irge -ti 1 1 in e n I if It '-null ('inning lie
Ivan- ih I it.
Mr, Webster Wither", Internal revenue
collector at thl point, H vvatthlng the pn
ltnilii.it" work of getting the large stock
ot Kciitucks vvhl-ky brought to this cltj
I 'rest nt Intlle itloiii point to about 1,10)
lnrreH being biotighi As much of It cm
lie used nt onic hiving been In bond for
three jenrs, It will not be here long until
a 1 irge pirt of it will be taken out and the
revenue pilil The revenue on the -liip-ment
will be over J'lO.f'it) and when mie
that business u tiniihfe rie'it from Kcutuckj
to this district It will Die lease the retdpts,
raise the glade of the otlkt- and the ccun
it ii" itlon tpf the collet tor, nil of which will
be verj accept ible to Mr. Withers.
Heretofoie when the wholesalers here
wanted Kentucky whisky thev were com
pe lied to ship n c uload in order to get a
reasonable freight rate. Jt reunited U,0iM
to pa the revenue on a car of whisky and
th- wholes ilcr were then overstocked.
Now the) cm liuj It here, store It In the
bcended w irehoip-e Ire. md ihold tt there
eight vc irs if deslted, liking out Just such
a number of birrels as they desiie to use
unci not being totnpe lie I 10 overstock for
prudence in ft eight r.u,s Handed whisky
c in be moved but one e and when moved
fiom ki muck here must be paid out
Winn movid from here It will make this
i li a great Western distilbutlng point for
It will bo giatlfjlng to consumers to
note that the ipiillt) ot tho baking puwdor
most guicrall) In use In their kttuhens,
the I to) at. Is confirmed b the highest of
lle lal authorities as altogether thu best of
an) In tho mirkct.
An Ollln r liieliiiliel,
A month ago .Mrs. rinia Hloman, wife of
lion Is tinman, who runs it saloon at the
curnci of Ninth and ltioiclwii). sued her
hin-bind foi ilivone nnd later obtaltud ill
tu lei from Judge Hobson, icstralnliig bun
ficim selling tlie house hold fiunltute or
ellspusltig ot his olhei piopert) '1 lu c i
vciicc stilt Is still lending ,Mtirdi) nft
einocin .Mis Moan appealed l fore Justice
Wltliiovv and swori out a vv air ml toi the
arte st of he r luihbjiiel and three ccttiet men.
nam, 1) . Wood 111. Mint. Huge ne ltd tor und
v tt ei'lilf. It. .ul Ih. I.etlx, Inini ie eintl, o.
man, fill illstuiblng her peace and causing
her uniiBil il uiino)dnee It Is stat, el ie.it
Mr Slom.in suspected Ills wife of mi It III.,
,n. d jcsterda) moinlng thinking she was
intei mining a gentle man file 'id m 1 er
looms, nbuve the s iloon at Xlwli r.td
Drondwii). Mciiri'l the assisMn-e of I rv
ant, life tor and Whltchcml, an 1 m.ie.c un
illoit to uhiertntn just to vvlint rt nt bis
suspicions could lio verified The wan nit
Mates thnt the offenders briiu doiv i Ihe
door and made fcuceable en rmee Into her
pilvate up.iiiments, and that the-.-tsel un
scciulng violent e ami boisterous language
In so doing. Justice Wlthraw- set rtlcle
Tu. sclnj, July li. as tho day for heuilnn
'l lie I'dlut of Die I'ktol
Is an effectual persinder, nnd there are
many persons so unmindful of tho s)inp
toms ot on-coming disease that It would
almost take that deadly irgunu nt to In
duce them to adopt prec lutlunnry me is
ures. The best of these Is a le course to
that fine botanic restorer, Hostelters Stom
ach Hitters, It vanquishes malitla, rluu
matlsm, kidney and bladder trouble, fall
In; digestion, biliousness and Irregularity
of the bowels, and completely fortllles the
s)stem against thclr lurther inroids Its
Ingre clients ale drawn from nature's store
house', consequently It K free from the
objections attaching to man) ub-olute) or
benil-iulncnil remedies Tor the delicate,
Inllim, convalescent and elderly it is picu
llarl) beneficial It well merits continuous
and s)tniuthetlc use. Take It at bedtime
in Induce sleep, and between meals to
stimulate appetite and digestion Thu
medical fraternity concur In indoulns it
In. (en-it Halliec rights.
Arrangeinents have been made for the
rale of tickets at tho Diamond Drug
Store, til .Main stieet, timing the tla)s of
the exhibition, l'rlday and balurda), June
Another Trau.fi r Point.
Speaker Htouer, of the lower house of
tho council, will Introduce an ordluaiicu
this evening pi o Ming for trausferti ut
riftecntb und Troost avenue. Mr. Stoner
bas that nn provision was, niuJo In the
ordluniue vvhlcii was passeel last week, tor
the people on thu I'ast side who might
wish to go south on Tioost avenue. His
ordinance will piovltlo that passengers
from all west bound I'ifte tilth stieet cars
shall be entitled to Duiisters to south
bound Tioost uvenuo cats, and vice vnta.
Ho il.ilins ihut under tho present law, pco.
pie who wish to change cars ut this point
must puy two fates tor thu juivllegu iu
oreler to visit Tioost park lie believes
this should bo corrected, und will urgu the
passage of his ordinance to thut eucct.
"Tlio llcst Till I ever unetl," Is the frequent
remark oi purchasers ot Carter's Little Liver
Pills. When you try them J0u will jay lUo
I liiecl Tor an Alleged .NuUancr,
Ocoige lupoid, who keeps a dairy at
Tvvent) -ninth and Campbell fctreets, was I
arraigned Iu police court tsierdav to an-.
uvver to tho charge of ills eat lie being
i, .tieleneenn In I li.i t Inz-rcllec II, le.K 1p.ev..,il '
a number of lots on Campbell street fori
the use of his herd, and has been In the '
uanit oi driving me siock iroui one ioi iu
another. Tht residents lu that vl-inlt
claim he allows the cattle to graze cm the
unfincett lawns while they ai, being ill hen
to the different lots.
I'ollcc Judge Jones lined him 10. lie
fllcd an anneal.
AND M A IN STREETS.
The cool nnd refic-hlng
winds tint swi'ep tliiough
Manltou are I.ulon with the
perfume of the pine and
cm well be callctl healing
biee.eM. Theie Is no more
delightful spot than .Manl
tou Springs, Colot ido, no
better hotels thnn tho Man
sions ami the Manltou
"vVtite to (leorgo M. Wal
ker, liraptlotor, for i.ites
for tho summer.
KANSAS CITY PIANO GO,,
1215 MAIN ST.
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On JUNE 23 and 29.
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Colu il M, nagc lb I
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I TiiiIiis! in Acres Ctnva'e!
:'uijo Htat' 1 "o Employes!
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100 I'honomtnal Acts'
10 lluirli ane It ie cs'
2", Clowns' fl II mds! CO Cagesl
15 Upe II l'e li'
lie i I of 1 I plunts'
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