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VI IK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL FRIDAY. JULY o, 1.805.
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KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Finns Do Business
Central w,AWVi,us,.i.n Market
We hinaP a spedaltv of alt Mini nf
fuh 18' kettle if 11 b n 1 1 it 1 haw nn 1
hifoti of nut own in it uf,i t 11 Tin n I
Intt hints' he'd nil lis' iitiiia eup-
plled I1 lets dllttiir 1 ) u IU't)
l MINNI Sin V. Al Si 1
firmrtnbcr thcr 1
rn Krrlrj .ntl.ut
it innin i ny. mo.
ttrmtrn itf c Itrikii
G, W, BETTS,
Justice of the Peace,
I If III nml
elt rah. Imhimo t.1
t rr iiiuuth.
S. N. Simpson i Jon,
Chatntor or to'ii Hktg
c 1J ..'nn
" 1 ivnnrmw -,-, iini
t'Tlormwl w It h out
I publicity If rcnur-'t
K y Ilf tlons a si c I ilty
j'g George M. Hughes,
Justice cf the Peace,
Save Jour dimes Hlil Hi" dollar
will save tliemPlvi 011 Miiixiivr
nil" dime 011 mv dollar's worth
ot BioocrlcH purchased from us
JUNCTION CltlfiriMlY AND MHAT
W W OV LUTON
New Number WeilT-i
4 I'J Mliiiicsntji, Ate.
t" rf Ail Dullness Promptly
n V Attended 'lo
I- I . II. (' W.M'MII'lt
("It I'ltl.M I Ml ( ).,
Jt Job printers and
j? book bliuli re our work
M our ji'opntv
lll'lircl Ifll'il iln
not liMlintc, bm in
jure at oncu Willi
t)OHSOS A. IKHISUN
Inui .inrn AKnnt'
'II North Mxtlisirici
V" guaranteed von
"an save monev nnd
k fUtroril?n homo Indus
I. .-'He at tlio same, tlnm
iV. . by calling on In I U
" Callemlr-r Printing Co,
lllli ""-'"nnc-'Oia avo
I t 1 1 e?
Ji" .y- f f S f f .
. 1 .At ri
Tho Journal oflico has been
removed lrom the Chamber
ot Commerce to the lirst lloor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
1. mi ii
til ,9 1
th J J :
ft&Hoom :iO(5, J'ortsinoulh Bid?.
SHIRED A SUBSTITUTE.
'.ioiTKKi:ri:us" ci.r.i:i: i n
to ki:i:i" oui or ,iaii..
HE DELUDED THE AUTHORITIES,
DicovmsiU) thai iiii:
III' 'I Hi; l UIIM, 31.1.N,
-.- I nn I ill rill I 11 nliniln
"!(H (iPHLT lllj
ornb Than l..r Itifon In TliU
( U s-
i. r.il Poisons Injur l h II
tnUs 11i;htiru; W01K.
One of the "jolntkerppn" of thin i. j lm
hit unon ,L tkri m Ihmiio to IvPim finm
.c I t-oivins timf ill th lounti tail for lolat
Uq1 iii'1 ihostaio piohil)ltor law. I.ikc l!roor
iTi ni.iici in inf nour ui ine nation , pfiii.
I0M' i n - Mili-tltutcs This lisioti ns
l"h IM rstrl,ln ll' I'hipf nf Pnli.'n !riUii
oral i-cUs aRo ttlien tho county at-
a lpnroul.v prpReoutlnK the
Anil) Kitsslmci, the well
pctit'lti11"1 ' "ie South slue, ami hN
fiploi'j .John Klnue), were airestcil
"(tw l.'o-c bond for their nppeuraiue
let if teim of the' dlstrli t i ouri.
j( 1 ae was r.illi d for trial, Ka-
J '11.nl arranged ho that the cahp
mist I1I111 would lie dismissed and Kln-
ii. was to plead sullty on one count and
1 Mutinied to thirty daja In jail and
lined im and Lusts
IninnB the llrst du of the Juno term
of the .listriLt i.ourt, Judge Alrien nailed
the 1 aie iiKalnst John Kinney and a
joun man wnlltert from the rear ot the
lourt room and answered to the name
The 1 hurirp of elllnir liouoi. whh'h an
'Uf peiiied oiiposltc hU name on the doeket,
was leail and ho wan nuked whetlipr or
i.ot he was sulltj. "liullty," responded the
oiiiik man Judge Alden gentumed him
to Until dns- in Jail and lined him WO
and lusts, and he was taken to jail, lie
lias now saved twent-one dajh and only
lias nine more das to Mn there, provid
ing 'le pa the line and touts
V. lew days ago Chief Servliw ordered
ImibsIiupi's plaie ptillod by the police and
nn otliier carried out the oidir lie hi ought
the baittndt-r Into tin. police court and
vhen the Uilef looked at him hu lecog
iiied him as John Kinne, uho wan xup
posed to be borUng a ti in in the count
jail The lOlltil! alltluii ItHi wne usked
it Kinne was i-tlll ill jail and the) uulil
that ho was This fcqniiwhat puzzled the
hief. He could not uiiduoiand how a
liartendci could be s.eilng a stntenoe In
jail and at the same time spiling a poor
ilitallty of whisk) 10 the itenhvmi of Ar
jnouidale He made an Inxestigation and
ilitcocied that the )oung man uho wan
i-enteneed to Jail for tending bar for Kim
bltner was not Klnue). The man, ho
r, decl.ued that lie was Klmift), and
1h.1t he was caught in the ,u t of helling
liquor lor Kasslmi r He said he did not
know of another Kinney walking for Kas
nmer. In tact, he ftated positively that
there was no other Ivlnne) in Kasslinr'
Kinney nnd the man who In In Jail do
rot resemble e.uh other In the bust Kin
ney is probably as , ell known as an) man
In Aimouidale. He is an old lesldi-nl of
1hai phup. Tho other "Kinney" is a new
totnei The authoiltles elalttl that they
liaio found out that the man now in Jail
was employed to go theie. They suuo that
lie Is to get Jl a day Im the thiity day a
he Is 10 lemulii In Jail, and then the line
11 ltd costs arc to be paid Just what m
linn will he taken in the matter has not
et been settled. The authorities will proli
hbly cause the airest ot all paitles ion
ccrned. inji'ui.i) wiiii.i: oi:i.i:iutATiMi.
A NuilllilT of I'lrsons lliele seven-
Uiiiiuds Willie Handling IUiIii1m .
The young, middle-aged and old alike
e. gae eut 111 iiii-ii ji'iiiiiHn (rriiiih j,--M
lerday by keeping up a onstant Hi lug of
." l'ourlh of July epIosle- MInnesol i ue-
llie, ironl I lilll 10 aurinii jiai'i. "'
oiered with expioueu lire iranxeis, wniin
l ,a ir tin, 111me.Lr.1iku of t- bitllelleid
1iVig bcfoie the noon hour anUel the
t0-e assortment of lire v.c-iKb Kupi u)
Si'Uiinnu meiLhants weie almost txhaiisted
ledit. iihiinl mane .11 t idents oeuUlled Willie
oumjiI onnot. a b-)eur-old boy IIvIiik near
I oriier 111 iuuilll nuvui unu itaamiiK-
, uvpiiue. had I he right side of his face
hi JU ear blown oil b) a eatiuon (Ire Lrackir.
w'l r 1'Ut wia summonea umi urvssLa t tie
rim I'und. ...
't olin 111111, lite iu-icnr-01.1 sou ot -Mr.
''. -'I M' Manuel Hall, of BUth struct and
ITeeman ituiuc, receieu injuries wiinn
will probably make him blind fot life lie
was playing with a small (.union and
while in the au of loading it u lighted
mauh Ignited u half pound ot puwdcr
which laid ut his side The explosion
Imrne 1 the bly'fa fuce In a terrible mannei
It is feared Unit he will lose the bight ot
rhae C'asfcldy. tho l!-y ear-old son of
J. T, Oassldy, the gtOLor at the corner
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
JL U !!&&&
Because They Advertise,
hone .So Wests)
Pronlpl -rrvt e.
II. I. Wll.l, Prop,
fllll A state Ms
Iviimnts ( II, Knn.
Innirr, liirmir, ( atnrrh.
I efcin nml nil 'kin Ills
ar. end r.ir llonU.
rinii inriitliiii ileum it.
Dr. D. M. BYE,
(.imihlnutltm oil lure.
JSvoiwmy. S. I, CARIKK,
Ilium Mil ill' linl,
huh c Mi nil, I. Iit
nml l)rfi',l Tlili li
I It) Mil ta v.
Id. Ur.l Wt,
1 110 Mmrl llnlrr
fcolt 11 '.
l.ertililnR cltin mill
no-it HoiuiMiinlc Vc
el. llnnn mini !
(IM Mlnnivil, An, lliilvil lllilc.
1 Som miIi trert ind Tutiromre npnue,
"is mother Metlm nf the tov nnnon
H- I 1 e w,n Imdl) bullied and his right
i' " i diiiwrimil) Injuied. Hr tliay
lres. I tho injiiiles.
I 're I Mi tinnier, a young minted man
w is hit in the eye bv a glancing bullet.
Me wm walking along the rallioiid tracks
it the foot of MltiiiPMota nenue when the
.1 I'll nt hipppned. Al Pioctor a tesldenl
or tint Im .ill tj , was Pliontlng nl a target
with i S.'-rllle and a bullet glanced orf of a
Hlegiuph pole and slnn k young Miflnnlei
He was taktn to police heiulfUarteis
where his IiiJuiIps were dressed In l'olli e
Surgeon Low man
The polli e itriestPd II iitimlior of pitilotle
1 Ulrens who insisted nn i eleluatlng b
llsehtirglng lire arms Inside the , Itv lim
its A large 1111111I1PI of diutiks" and
pp n P-dlsliitbers wire also linked up at
polli e luadaiiarteis
'i 111; ni.oitioi's 1 01 iitii.
Was Mure llenirall.v Oberieil In This I'll
1 bun Mi er Itefore.
The fourth was observed mure getnrallv
vpsterdav In this i Itv than on any ptevlons
M'ir All of th" oIIIpcs. both itv and
oiinly weie closed, besides all of the bus
iness housi s exceiit those who handled
litewmks It w,is a holldav foi eveivbodv
All or tin huge m.inur ictuilng Institutions
1 lose 1 down and their employes took a
The Hppcl.il tinln to 1'orest lake Mild Ilon
tiei Springs tarried main people out to
tho-e plmis At Ilnniivt Siirlngs an old
la.sliloupd I'ouith was lelebrated. 'I he
I1p laratlon of IndPliPlidetice win" read and
speeches were mule by Representative
Cubblson and ntheis. In tin evening a
gland ball was given At Potest like thosi.
who en loved llshing had a pleasant dav
of It "I In- llsh weie pulled out of the lake
In the hundipilrt. The exi ursiotis to these
two points were gotten up bv r John Vlc
nanlPld owner ot the lake and the springs,
and thev were a grand sun ess
Several bundled people wpiu to Jleirlam
park to spend the day M hev took elicit
ililldien aloni; nnd had u fine time until
the lulu ct In Tim old soldiers' cotnpiny
and the members of the V. t (' A. went
to Forest lake. In the afternoon many
peoplf went .moss the liver to the illfler
ent pitks, hut In the evening the Inclement
weather kept them nt home Tho Up
cream soi lal nnd the ilrewoiks to have
been given nt Huron plai p list evening
under the auspices ot the IomiI union of
the V. I S 1' II was abandoned nn .11 -count
or the riln, The illKpl.iv will be
given this evening. It will be woith see
ing. imsna'i is,rii:i Avi."ti(s.
Apptriulli lighting In Ir Work Iteiause
-Snl I' 1I1I fur Ov.'i time.
The leiusal of the count) boaid to pa)
the deiiut) city assptsots for oveitlme work
lb taking the iltv i eiisus is liable to i ause
Kansas (.'itv Kim in lose Hist nink umnug
the cities nt tile state The ai tinn of the
boaid in paring down i lalms of the assess.
01 s has ahead)' begun to tfll Th. woik
In the First waid suddenlv suspi tided, nnd
the returns show that theie Is a decrease
In population ot ovci 1 "10 slnte last ye.u.
The assessor aKOuuts for the dei tease bv
saving that the Luge Industiles aie crowd
ing 'he people out The f.u t Is. theie has
not been a solitary' new Institution located
In the First wind since the last census,
and no families have been evicted fiom
corpoiatlon pnpeitv The population of
the I'ltst ward Is Just as huge us over.
MIIAT I.Nsl'KCI lilt.
cvt rilinii II
Mi i till IT.
The mayor will llkelv appoint a meat In
spectot at the nit meeting ol the city
i-oiini i) This ollice has bei n vaiant foi
the past IhKc mouths Munv of the meat
inatl.et owneis have been as sulci with the
grade of meal they sold as thev weie be
foto the InspKtni was dropped, but others
have sold a vetv poor quality ot meat It
Is to l.etp the Intlei cI.isb honest that the
Inspector will lie tiatnid There ate two
i andldates for the position 1)1 1 li Allen
and 11 M havage. Ill Allen was loi sev
eral yeais In the government Inspection
dcpiutmeut ut Aiinoui's. while Savage was
meat inspei tor fot two yiats undei .Mayoi
.Ml LAW 'III il I'lMtllss, 11,
Chief Si rvlss leaius I bat 1 hern Is a lluik
1 1 s,,,, itnnniiig IN re.
Chief of Police Sorvlss leal in d vesteidav
that theie was a bucket shop in full opcta
lion in this city The deintlves have been
pliued at woik on the mallei and iiiicms
will soon be made There is no illy law
against lite oppiaiion ol Inn ket shops heie,
but the police pionoso to turnlhli the county
attorney with all infnimatiou thev tan
SLCilte against persons limning the place.
MMUItl.Mi A.M sllotUIMi.
Cnuiiill Will lie li i'il lo I'ruveut One and
Iteguliite the (Mill i.
Chief ricivlss talil yestetday that there Is
no ilty law ugaltisi spatting (hlblllous
and ihe rt.kless shouting nl liieauus and
liiewiiiks in tin illy lb will nsK the
i iitlliill In pass oidiuaiiiis to punish iiei
sous who engage In spatilng, eitliei as
piimlpals ot uidets, and in pieveul the
dlSLhaige nf weapons nnd liiewntks In the
ilty exiept undei polli e legulations
late Ilr. MhIIiit's I -tut.'.
The eve.utor ol the estate ol the late
In- .Mitthei has llled an Inventory nf the
estate in the piobatt louil The Invitiiuij
uliowi- that the estate is woiili about 41MM0
omslde of the teal estate Theie aie 7.uui
In miles, and a like ainouui in Jinlumi nts.
besides jl Km In tatih. Tin Inv(uioi) aim
shows that theie aie 171 m ics. of laud In
Wyandotte count and sevmty-live lots In
this lit). :ilm a huge uunibei ot lots In
f.')ie)cnne S 1), which aie niusldeicd vnl
uiless Tho tstate is woith about JIJu.uhi
The gie.iler pail of It will go to the new
unlveislty The appralbeis were Ilyion
Judd, W S Heatd and U S Hal licit.
A hliort Wiildbig I rip.
Conrad Olson and Addle Douglass celc
bi tiled, the I'ouith yesterday by gnilng
mauled The ceiemony wus performid by
Hev Straitor ut his liome on Kllzabetli
slieet in the pitsuiuu of a (tw ftieuds and
rcl-itlv-.il. Tho young couplo letl Inune
dlatily uftei the cttcmony on u wedding
tilp to Troost park.
.J. mil". O'llrlin'. ruueriil.
The (uncrul of James O'liilen, Hi , who
died ut his home on Junius, attcct Wcilnes-
1 r j
dv. liwik iilfti p venlerilnr liiorning fiom
the home or the .p(et. TIip nmnn was
iPltMir.j bv Itrv ruhei ofiu I In
lw .1) wil Innli'l In It Johns em Irii
The iln rased had live I In Ibis , IIJ ri tin
past flftipti yents and leaves n widow nl I
(He .hlldiin Onr nf Hie ehlldloli li I It
u Hrlrn, the well known gioier on Jtinn
Wauls 1 hem III iiiiiutualed.
K Minor Nntlmnlei thirnei enme In finm
Hip Hel veiterduv in spend thl I'miilb
with hl fHinllv l(p Is anvloui" lo ee the
Itepiiblbans unmliinle lodge Atdpti .Indue
Ai ! ruin nnd Heotgn It Jenkins foi ti
Plcitlntl this full He y Hint It will be
aooil polllbs fnt Ihr ltppltbllerinn 10 Bilve
these men i !econd term They nrr Mi It
omielenl to Mil Hip pimps he shvk. and
there should be no Ihnught etitertiillnad of
lutnlng Ihrin dow n
I'llltstl.S , MJWs.
Mli Anna Hair, of the hlRh choot, li-i
tone to Martha s Mneynrst to upend the
i It Sheptird and It O r'hetwl'r. of Hi.
John K is , are In the ilt the netii of
ln nnd I.nwrn e Jones, of Joiipi . I o.
Mis Frank Hare or St Joseph. Is VlHt
Ing h.r mother. .Mm J T Meyei
Mrs n V, HIvpIpv has lelurned home
after pleii'iint miinHi's visit In Philadel
phia MIjp MzIp Hrll.blo nml Mnbcl Trimble
are vlsiilhg In Liberty, Mo.
mi:i iitii'iii.ii viist'i;i,t,A.N.
Hansford .t Allen for photographs
The board of aduinllmi ut Us meeting
last evening appointed Janitors for the dif
ferent schools for the lomlng vprt
The Se-ond Ward Upptibllinn Club will
hold a meeting this "veiling when of
lb ere for the coming yen- will he pIpi led
The funeral services of Jos"ph Hvre. the
.' ve ir-old eon of Mr and .Mrs II l Hyre.
or No. 'J10J Notth Thlril tieet, vWio dlwl
Wnlne'dav, will take pln i from tho home
at i o'cloik this tifiernoon.
Ihe Cllr (mini II Alny ( oiihler a I'elllliin
ut lis Nivl Vtietlng to Abiilo
II Sills llll P.
At the last meeting of the i Ity council of
Kansis Cltv, Km a petition whs read,
asking Ihe iltj olllclals to i ompel Hip Ilock
Island Hallway Companv to abate the mils,
anc i.iu-ed by the i leaning of stoik cars
lit the western portion of Atmourdale Ihe
reruse from .stock has linen iltinipeil there
for a long time, and now a large quantity
Is hiiiped theie and Is bplng inntlnually
linrcsised 'the Insllgitors of the inove
tnent to linve the nuisance Mopped circu
lated the pitlllnn which was freely signed.
The matter will llkelv be decided at .Mon
day night's meeting ot tho council.
Beginning next Monday Ihe various
i lui rr lies ot Atmoimbile will hold a union
revival un-Ptlng In Shawnee pirk The
meetings will be under the ch.il Re of the
pistols of the dlflcrciii churches and spe
i lal music will be furnished bv the i holrs
Aimnurilale was u, irlv depopulated yes
terday as i huge majotlt) of the people
were mil of town iel Prating the Fourth
Forest lakp fuinlslud a place or enjoyment
nml rtireatlon to many rrom this city
As usual on the Fourth, quite a number
or children were slightly injured bv ex
ploding tlreciackeis and ollur I ourth ot
All crlmltfal cases that were set for list
Tuesday In Jusbe Sims' court weie post
ponnl until lo diy Several cases of minor
linpotliinio will be tried
Miss Florence Cray, nf Colorado Springs,
Col, Is the guest of ft lends and relatives
li A Smith has gone to St. Louis to vis
it his parents
Pi h I). James, of San Antonio, lex.. Is
the guest of rrlends and telatlves here
He will have In a revv days ror Chicago, to
tern iln two months.
F F. Fienuh u prominent farmer of
Hooks county. K.is has been in the oily
seveial davs, with the view of purchasing"
business propeity He Is well pleased with
the pio'pects end will likely Invest money
I be Fourth (.' I brined at Connor's drove
by tho Members of si. .Inliu's Catholic
Chun li nml Olbers.
The people ol this i itv found It unne
i ess.u v to go beyond then own city to
llnd nihil lent enlnvment vesteidav t
Connor's gtove on the North side, u pic
nic and iclebtillon was held under the
ausplii-s ot the membiis of St. John's
Catholli i him h Hverv thing nei ess u v foi
the enjovment or thi day was to be had
In abundant e, and the plenh was very
Ulierallv aliended, not onl) b) the At
geutlne ppnpti, but by people fiom the
two Kansis Cltys and nlhei cities of this
vliinll) The leading atuai tlon for the
older poillon of those pi. sent wus tho
eloquent addtess of Via) or F A. Wlllurd,
of this ilt) City Attain.') H A Hillev
delivered a brief but phasing addtess and
read the Declaration of Independence. In
the evening theie was nn open air ball.
Ills Hum mis.
A meeting will lie held at tho city hall
this evening foi the purpose of organizing
a new lode of the A F W
Dr. J II. Holland and f.imll) returned
yesteiday fiom a. ten days' visit with
friends at Chlctico.
Iluriy Adamson. who wns bully burned
on the hands and feet several diys ago,
Is Impioving lapldly .
Dt. S. A Sampson, of Abilene, Kas.,
Is here visiting trends and telatlves. Ho
will return home soon '
Mrs Fannie Jackson, of Hlg Spiings,
Mo , left Inst night for her home, after a
brief visit lietc.
S. S. Nathan has gone to liaton, N". .M ,
to spind several month'- visiting trlends
The Kansas cltv Join mil Is dellveied in
P.nscdale b) Hugene Milk I who will also
collect foi same at Ihe leilured late ot 10
cents a week and make his collections
Liquors for luiu-in.
Shipped dally In secure packages hy
anoitnu i:vsrfnt,L. Druggist.
Oppo-ilie walling room Union depot.
i lie I list iiaiii to M. I mils runs on the
Wnbai.li lliiilrn id. No other line i mi iiiaku
the time inaile b) the Wuhi-ih.
IS i.iV St Louis and return 55 CO
I ISA-St Louts one wiy $150.
1 1 Chicago .v. Alton It It
Wahiiitiin .liih I The following pen
sions have been issued
illlln.il HI! Kelle), alias John Smith,
Pure Ah. Adair. Hiorge liuttsihall, Cot
ri)shuig, Daviess, Flank li Hiilltei,
Neva, Cl.iiK. Janifs S Hiulett, lluflulo,
Dallas, Hobeit .MiCulllik, Culheiinc, St.
CI ill, Ambiosc II Piock, Osceola, St,
ltencw.il and lm ieis- Drhindo II.
smith, l.auiai. ilurlou
Incicase Hugh P W. Hay, Klugsvllle,
ItPlssue -John W iinln, .Maiquani .Mad
ison. I'iankliii S Hell itu. Stone,
Michael Wolf. Atlanta .Maion. lienige W
I'liie, Spilnglleld, (ileene, I.aiklu II. 1 1 Use.
Coinnieiie, Scoll, Chuilea llievvstei Kun.
m lily, .luikson. John F llublei.
North Salem, Linn, IMward II. Ward,
original widow .Manila Culton, Cadet,
Orlglnal-Hlisha .Men lit. National Mill
tar) Home, Leuvenworth. Joseph Welta,
.Nailiiiuil .Mllltai) Home. Leavenworth.
Charles -M Hobbs, Sprlnglleld, Johnson.
James 31 Till ley, N'utlonul Soldleis'
liniiiw I .p.ic en wnrlh
Additional Thomas Nltuhei,
Increase Thcodoic Illchcieek,
Helsoue William T Hook, Huir Oak,
Jewell, Joseph Kllue. Walton, Harvey,
Hi nr v A Johnson, Maiion, Marion, Uu
fus (lordwell, (Hard. Crawford: Itlchurd
D Hills. Ores-tine, Cherokee; William 11.
Jones, Morehe.ul, Neosho, Solomon 51.
-Martin, I'lltsburg. Crawford, Isaac Sheets,
Jtlchmoud. Ftaukllu, Joseph Hedrlck, Ne.
odesha, Wilson: David H. Hubert, Louls
liutg, Miami, James F ltidlou, Olathe,
llelssues and Increase Ueorse Abbott,
Oilglnu), widow. Supplemental Eliza
A. Owens. Jetmoie, Hoilgeiuiui.
Otiglnal Andrew Slacker, Shuvvnee, Pot
tawatomie, Samuel W. Scott, Chandler,
Hulssue William . bpaur, Oklahoma
Oliy, Oklahoma; Harvey W. Collins, In
galls, Payne; Furmaii I'phum, Guthrie, I.o
sail; James O. Alooie. Fonts Lincoln.
Oilglnul Betty S. Walden, Muscogee,
Increase-IMward Shannon, Tahlequah,
Reissue Ilobcrt H, Dailies, Kennedy,
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
oi.t.r.itit ritiN of im tiioitiot'H
I OFIUII .MAItltl.ll It) III.AW IIAIS.
Ihe Wiiiiiiiu's t.illllmi of the ".loiirniil"
1'agerly Iteid by llumtred ilitm
Dlmrl, dr., Shot In the Ilr til
by itiihn I'l rler.
A heavy ilow nputir of inln iiestenliiy
iifteilitnin npnlleil nil the iitfanKniiipnla
Hint hail hern tniulr- Tor celeliivttllig the
gldtloili l-'otlrtli, mill muni people were
siihjectcii to ii thorough Ireiichinir
.Miiliy vNltois weie In the city, belli
on n visit tn ltoth the Sell-Hern' home
anil Fort Lciiveiivvot th, nml those who
weie so llufoi ttllinte in tn pintHine their
pmiKincil visit to theso lipulltlfu! Riivctli
inent gniinnls weie kepi from iIoIiik so
by the t it Itv slut in
Theie win no genet til iitngitunliie nr
ntiigpil for tlie celeliriitlnii of the ilny,
hut thete vvero inati) picnics nnd pilvtite
parties Tile Laillei' Olitle of the (I.
A. 1!. hail charge ot the Solellcii' humi
Kroinulu, with refiashineut Imnlhe, nnd
Ititil not the t ii In prevented they would
have reaped u hut vest.
("lister post, ii A. II, hail n gintul
nlil-fiislilnncil picnic, with nil malinct
of games arranged fur nt Knrnmii'n
tKitk, with n lilg dlspluy nt llivnniKi fur
Iho night, hut the stoim kept luitidied.s
of prsiiilc from visiting th( park
Thete vm imthlm; In n gineial w-.iv,
nl Foil !iivenwnrtli, anil aside fmin
lltlng u uallnmil salutr ul nuun nnd a
suspension of nil business, no public
dcniousti.itloii wns itiiule
The I'.lmirnal" lu Deinaml.
The womtin's eelltlnn of the .Imirn.il
was lecelveel with great ciithusliimn
lien1. A lai go ctlltloii was quickly ills,
posed nf nml tho paper cugcrlv rend.
The highest piulse was accorded lij
every line to the nhlllty ami enterprise
shown by the gifted ladles lun Inn the
paper In chat ge.
"-hot III the llend.
Yesterday morning1, while discharg
ing n toy pistol. John I'ottei, a culmed
lad, shot Ailuni Hhnit. Jr. tl vents old,
son of Adam Hrhart. In the hetul. milk
ing what may lesult In n fatal wound
Tho hull struck young- Hhait In the fore
head Just over the light eye nnd ranged
downward, lodging under the bridge of
the nose AJt " o'clock last evening
the physicians had been tin-able to le
lnuve tho hall and the wounded boy was
oonsldereMl to he In a very ptecariotis
The Porter lad was arrested anil
placed In Jail, chatged with icckless
On the War I'ntb.
At nn eatlv hour yesterday morning
Ciiunvllli' IIIgKlnhottoni nnd hi wife,
who was some time ngo dtvuicei! fiom
O. O Fee. went to Fee's hnus,. on Shaw
nee street. Hear .Second stieel lllggln
holtom covered Fee and the Inmates
with ti revolver, thteutenlng to kill tho
llrst person who moved, whin his wife
produced a hntchot and In shoit older
wrecked every piece of household
ftnnlttiie in the establishment The)
weie in tested bv the pollie but gave
bonds In the sum of $j e.uh for their
appearance before the police judge
Later thev weie both attested on ,i
stnte warm nt. oluuged with the nta
llclou.s ilestiiictlon of pinpeitv. and
taken befuie Justice T. I. Johnson. They
furnished bonds in the sum nf $finn ,.,u h
nnd were .iln rolca.seil fiom custody
Not at All AITerled.
John R Smith, in the county Jail,
charged with the awful ci line of murilei
Ing his own fathei. seems In be not al
nil nlfectcd lv the teriibli? deed he bus
committed. He has not once utteied a
icgtet for his notion, and In all nut
vvittd appeal aiices is entlielv uncon
cerned ns to tho rutin o. A ch.uge nf
murder has been picfcited against him
and he will bo given a piellmln.uy heat
ing on the Oth Inst.
1 be llliyde Itnre.
The live mile handicap bicycle ra e
came off yesteiday afternoon shnitly
.iftei I o'clock, notvvltlistamllng the pnm
condlllDti of the mad on account nf the
heavy rain A great number of people
witnessed the inn
The suit was made fiom Hioadwav
nt Seneca stti-ot. and included u spin in
the Oiinnt monument at Fort Leaven
worth and re turn, a distance ot Just llv.
Hen C IInw.it !. of Kansas City, so.
clued the llrst prle. making; the tun In
n i pi The following niitucd winning
In the oilier named John Kellev
J S Walker. T P Askbtook, f
Kansas (Jltj : J S Toltson. James Hey
liouin. V. O. ainl J A T.ilbot, ot Kan
s.ih City, nnd .Samu. 1 .M. Muyo.
Dtiilng the thunder storm ye.sterdny
afternoon the two stoiy lukK building
belongliiK lo Peter Sti.iss, on tho north
west comer of Rin.idwny nnd Spiuce,
was, stiuck h) lightning No timber
elnmage was done than knocking off two
feet ot the bilck cninlco lu the iciir
Ity the explosion ol a cannon Hie
cracker yesterd.iv Solon Suminerllild. of
the electric l.illw.i) olllce. hail his light
band sctlotisl) biirncel and powder
mniked. He will c.ury his hand In ii
sling for n few clays
C.ieat tnti'test Is m.inlfesteil in Leav
enworth to hear the lesult of the con
ventlnn of the State Temperance Union,
which was held in Topcka vesteielay
Hy a cross of tho telephone and elec
tric stieet car wiles the tlici ill. u III was
turned on yestuda), but the depattment
soon dlsc'ovensl the muse of the iilaim.
The Fourth Win l eli hruteil by a 1'arailo a
Mllo Long anil Approprlnle
Veslprday was a remrd lire.iker in the
wii) of Fourth of July celebrations lu this
city Nothing like It bus ever been al
Kmpted before, and the noise and up
roar continued fiom pail) morn until lite
last night. Several thou-nnd iclebiants
weie in tho ctt), and all weie good ui
tured, full of fun and bent on celebrating
the national day to the utmost limit. The
Hades' paiude was one which the mer-
bants of the illy cun bo pi oui of. Tho
llo.its were gaily decorated and showed
taste in design. 1 hotisands ot people
lined the streets to wltiei this p trade,
and the tight was an agreeable one as
well as a suipilse to all
Af let thu p trade theie wero donkey
laces, foot races and every conceivable
featuie which goes to make a celebration
successful The music b) the Indtpend
eme colored band wns excellent. At I
o'clock a m , a salute was ilred. which was
a window breaker J H Page had this
p.utlcular mattet in chatge From 1U to
11 o'clock martial airs, played bv the
band at the east door of the court house,
attracted u large crowd there. The Decla
iiitiou of Independence was ic.nl by I..
T Dryden. Tho Independence lilee Club
then discoursed good music, utter which
J. L. Ut tiler dellveied an ot.itlon
The trades' parade formed on West
Maple avenue, and was tho crowning fea.
Hire of the da), It contained many nov
elties, Ilenrdon .x. Parker, livery men,
had a coach and four, Itagl llros.,
liverymen, also hud a coacn and four.
The Wirt & Knox Manufacturing Com
pany had a miniature hose reel diawn by
u pony thirty -six Indus In height "Small,
but Orowlng," was tho Idea conveyed. The
Air Line railway had u handsome 11 oat
decoruted with flowers and crowned with
a bevy of little girls In white It attracted
much attention. The Independence
woolen mill's baseball team also had a
gully decorated iloal.
The brunch otMce of the Journal was in
Hue with a float. It vvas u mammoth pen,
twelve feet lu length Pncle Sam, with
his striped trouseis, Continental hat and
coat, was astride tho pen, cartying u
banner on which was the Inscription "The
pen is mightier than the sword," Tho
Journal carriers, on horses, followed the
The Haelger Lumber Company and the
Independence Lumber Company had
tastefully decorated floats. Martin
ii F I! Hull and Smntl on hud her
w ii abo In tin. with It 'its an I bithners
Mill the linker hud a i km pin Im Unt
il lain ir Co in I Tiiiit A Co b( den!
'M bid deintati I Wag n ( hrls Vellil
Hi. tn Idee i. inn in tot It 1 1 i mnmm dh
In I Ui' on tnnk wllh i i mpleti bride
i i. w at wink It was .r o i il In design
nn 1 nllnictel much in mini .' I"
Iiuls. stone intitrm tor, fnll.nM I with i
id till k nnd i revv
H M Nichols had several wan'on In
Iln. all itiilly .leiornted A I lltiudi nil
hill a fully emie nn wheil" The desln
wa pretty ,1 H Lowe had n mammoth
Hi m I tasiofnllv gotien up. ltiimmel
lleli Its nont reinienlri1 the old wumnn
who lived in H ehoi II .1 Mtt swunn Into
line with n big flont sitMnnimted bv an
eaele The MoiIpI tlrmerv Companv also
hat a mammoth trti tut on wheel
Huberts Urn ' limit i otitiilned a horse and
I1118KV Clinton Htos had n comb Moat
l'nstmii!tei Hradv hud ' Jim, ' an old
dnrkev tniill. artier nslrlde 11 mil! l'
donkiv, eiitrylng a banner 011 which wa,
'The Faet Mall " Cnnipiiny F. N ll M .
tumid mil tlflv-ronr men and pieeltted
tin Itnpnslnr ipp'iituni e
I'Ik Ilie ilepartnieiit and all the ilvlc and
pi ret sodetles In Ihe ill were lu line,
with qnlle a tiunihi r fintn Knne tit).
The rip hmd Cltv Wheelmen. In eostume,
were n novel feature of ih parade Civ
abades inniiuieiabie were in maiiblng or
1I11 The par idi was hum mile In length,
and the whole nlTalr was the result of Ihe
ititerprlse or live business men of Hide
pi'itdem e who an to make up He 1 omtuer
etitl i bib It wns a ernnd event nhd. In
spite nf the rnlli. was a tiroltnutii ed sili
eese liu dav 1 losed Willi a llfevvorks
dleplay at uight
luueril or Mr. II, II. IV111II. tmi.
The funeral of Mts H II I'elullelnn
look phtie vesleidiiv .if let uiinil fiom Ihe
resldenee. on Smith Main etreet. Mrs
Pendleton died Wedmednv night from eoti
sumiillnn She left 11 husband and little
diiimhter tlerore her marriage she wns
a Mies Maggie ( 'tlhlilt'klliitn and had a
large eliilp or frh'tidi In this (11) Upv.
MIli hell conducted the fumral service.
Ml.i c Hum nits.
W Phlppe and wife and J Ounimlnise
Hid wire, of lloiirlinn iiiuiily, K i , aie
the guests of W S Lou and faml.'l)
The oii'haid (ilv Wheel Club Is ar
ranging tor a ten mile handicap tine on
duressor Palmer relumed home veslpr
diiv rrom Columbia, .tn , wheiiy he has
been making n stav or several wv eks
c M Cat roll who bis been In Hullo
(itv. Mont , has been (nlled hnluri owing to
the sPiluus llliipss or hie Infnnt on.
(! W Handall or SprlugllPld. Mo , Is In
thp city, Ihe guest of friends.
I'lltK lllbiutll Noles.
Miss Lirle Hiichanan with about tblrtv
llve K lli-.ls (it) tPticheie, left yesterda)
Profesnr 11m linnnn will be ngaln In li Is
nllli p August l'i when he will lieglu enroll
ing pupils lor the high school.
It Is expected that from 91 to l.nji) Mis
souri teachers will lie In attendance nt the
convention In Color ulo Kansas City will
be well represent 1 d
Profpssot John T Ilm-h.1t1.111 and fattill).
Vllss (iertrude Seitnnns and Miss iin
Meter left vesterdnv ovei the Ilttrllngton to
attend the tent hers" convention lu Deliver.
fter visiting the prlnclpil tesorts of Col
orado the) will etiilid the gteiter part ot
the summit- 111 Colo! ado Springs
(Jeneral fohu Union, who was for sixteen
ve.irs tinted States . onunlsslon. r of edu
cation. I-ft fot Denver ve"tenhiy evening,
lo attend the meeting of the XaHonnl I'dii
catton.il Vssoelntlon During his stav here
he was thp gupst nf Judge C. W Claike.
on Iicust street. He expressed himself as
nun h pleased with what he heard and
knew of the K.in m City schools, and re
girds them as among the very best In the
Piofcssoi C. P. Lotignn and wife, with a
paity of forty, left vesterday over the
ilurllngton Profemor .1 c lllsey will have
In 1 h irge twenty -live and Professoi I. 1.
Camm.uk about twentv Tin v will leave
by the Ati hl-on, Topeka .; S uita Fe Pro
re ssor Longshore or Westport, will conduct
about thirty ot the teachers from that
pi 11 '
Thiie will be largi di legations fiom Clin
ton Mexico, JelTerson (it) Hannlbil,
Kirksvllle and Sed.ill 1, and about .") from
St Louis, under the direction of Mr. .I111
phv The following fai tn weie obtained from
the advance sheets of the icport of the su
perintendent or pulilli ti hools: The totnt
number of pupils enroUed this year Is
i,HD, an lncrcxise of wii over the number
the preceding )ear The gain 111 file aver
age number belonging Is I sit. in the avei
age number in daily attendance, 1,170 This
gtin shows .111 addiil Interest In the schools,
as well as an Increase In Kansas City's
Ketiirn of an Old I rb ml.
While storming the llmt tine or Torts it
Port Arthur a soldier belonging to the
Tw. nlv-fourth leglment raised his title to
lire at 111 unusiuilh . onsplmous China
man Just as he w.i about to lire a bul
let from Ihe enemy's sid,. cami Whlz7lng
on and enured tin ti.11 r. 1 of his own gun
as smoothly and i.intlv as If Hit muzzles
had In ( 11 placid moil! ti to mouth or lourse
ttiere was an eplosion ind the soldiers
plei e was shattered In the stoik, hut with
out his rei living any injuries whatever
A fun tionul variation to the light or left
would have caused Ihe hostile bullet to en
ter his h.ad, so that his escape was noth
ing short of mlitu iilous Hi pies.-rved the
stoik or the triw useless weapon, and aft
erward exhibit- d It to Ids lolonel, who per.
mltted him to Li p it as a memento or his
narrow est ape.
ll Olpiilli Wants -i Hniiiix.
Joseph Ilauti. 11 years old, went to polle
he idquarl.'is at 7 SO o'clock lust night nnd
asked thi pilnc matron to llnd him 11
home He I- tin orphan, he says, and was
laken from tin- Cblldnn's home at St Jo
seph Mo. nboitt two yiars ago hv Joseph
Si-anlnn. a farmer living near Hastuti, "Mo.
Yeslililny ton-noon, the boy suites, the
farmer took him to St Joseph and bought
him a new -ult of 1 lollies and then gave
him a J5 gold pirn and told him to feok
his fnt'ini In some other locality besides
tint of Hiidnii Th. bov bought n ticket to
this (itv an I was mid bv the conductor of
the ti iln to go to pull. 1 headquarters nn
his arrival. Polli o Matinn Lee cared for
him last nUht and will to day endeavor to
llnd him a home In this city
Sltilihl'll in the Hill k.
John Smllh. who lives nt MJ Cist Nine
teenth sued and a man called "Tex,"
qimrn led in a saloon neat the cornet of
Nineteenth and Cheny stnets ovei .1 gamo
of poki 1 at o't Im k list night Suddenlv
"Tex" diew a poi keiknife and stabbed
Smith In the I1.11 k near the left shouldei
He was taken to polli 0 headqiiat lers, where
Police Suigcou Hyde diessed the wound
His assailant twine his eaeupo bcfoie Ihe
ui rival of ihe police.
The Journal. -
Ten cents .1 week.
At your door every morning.
J too a vear by mall.
W. H. Ileber. Chat lesion, I at the
D H .Mitchell, Hmpotla, Is at the Coates.
W. H Ilartlle, Hululh, Is at the, Coates.
W. IL Heeher, Cincinnati, is at the
O,, . Mead, Philadelphia, fs nt the
Louis Iluhl. New York, Is at the Coates.
U. J. Titles, Fort Worth, l tit the
H. M. KUsore, LoiiUvllle, Il at the
C 1;. .McAllister, Haltlmore, is at tlie
j N. Florer, Hray Horse, I. T., Is at the
Joseph A Lehman left last evening for
an extended visit to Now York.
Joseph Dillon, Livvrcnce, Kas., Is at Ihe
J W. NeUon, Alma, Mo , Is at the New
A. -M Pickett, Mitchell, Ind., is at the
Allen Powell. Harrington, Kas , Is at tho
V. T. Jennlson, lllch Hill, Mo., is at tho
W V, Uralfen, lloonvllle. Is at Hotel
It. T. Armstrong, Fort Scott, Kas., Is at
J. II. Medler, Fort Scott, Kas, is at Ho
C. Kuehner, Chicago, is at Hotel Vic
totla II. T. Shelby, New York, Is at Hotel Vic
toria. J. S. Rolen, (Irant City, Mo., Is at Hotel
Frank W. Allen, J'aola, Kus Is at Hotel
J. K Henry and wife, Cleveland, O, arc
at Hotel Victoria.
Mr. J N lioier. a well known mer
chant ot Ciav Horse, I. T, W at the
Professor Charleu Guubcl ot Liberty,
Mo. was In the ity last evening. He has
charge of th inuslo.il department of the
1 Ik..'., l'nI.I 'fl (" '
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
I Mtlll: OWNS S (VMM lllttll'ts
I'ltllM s V Ml VI s 1 s.
Hi"- tlntliir of 'IllMil liiilliig the l'ul
Mt Miuillii, as I inti-mrnl Willi Ihr
imp I Inn In t sill, Was I aiised
by n I'liiiiig tin- of t:.v
tut in iiiiiinii.
While the tnlal n rlpte ..f a '! 'le
at Kiineiil lily for Iln en niotniis mi
clfturil ehow a falllii 11IT t . tint.
weie tnanv Imimrlaiii plains if mw bin
Hi is K inas furnlehed 17". tut 1" s nt.
than the same time last yrai tin- hI.ui.
nccounts Tor mole Ihatl five tics the
Inns noted above ind teeiilteJ frmn r n
fallnrn and not (r dlvlelon or tn I. '!' x f
liming the entile lime ehitipnl ." mm
ciltle than the emne time last in' 1 ' thi
markel. .Mleeouil. lx,H, town n a- in 1
Colorndo, Iiv;i mole, to en) iiolhinc "'
numerous small gains from 111 11) edit
Hi ct ton wel of us
The Live Stink 1 Xi bullae put Its-1' "M
leiord on Weiliienlav as oppns. .1 i at
propt lining funde (or the ptirpn' f I'
riayltlg the (XlHtiees of UPttspiip'l lullkel
I 111? trip The vote ignlt'st giving tin
iitni'i 4Vn) was tieni li unanimous
Fteliih Untie llnv comily. M C 1'
reeders lien on Wnlneedav
Samuel Clray. Audrain lountv . w
here nftit feiiliis in Wi-dmtn II
says (tittle are ehnrt In hie 1 munv ' 11'
the bumbrr or young hogs are n lur-..
ae Insi yinr
J T llaimon. Keitnr,, Mo, was In
on Ueilnesdn) with hoc
John Willis, t'utckn, K.io . had in rattle
James Pulton, Meiila, k'n . wis it, on
Wednesday wllh out tie and 1 n.s
I) A Mtuent. (Ill ird, K is was tire
on Widiiosilav wllh cattle nn. lings
It. iv but n .v. W'nlte Kenslngtuii Kas
had In 1 attb on VVedneeday
Sun ,l(iuion, Piukvllle, Mo, camp In
on Wediiesili) with hiiJ
Kerns ,v Kltbc. Jnspei Mn were In
on W eiliiesilnv wth 1 tt tie nnd Imts
O'lt union . Hells, l.itiioute, Mo wire
lute on Wedllisilay wllh hegs
W T (ton, Llbertv Nib, had ill mt-le
ami hogs on eilnesd ij
John (leite. i.i ilu Vullev, Mn wis at
(he )tirds on W eilnesd ly with 1 utile aid
iownsonil . Tasitier, I'eabnily. Kne
wne In on Welnesdav with lings
William llttti hi 1. Mine Monti.. Kas, had
In hogs on Wednesdnv
J I) Hopkins. Lvon lountv, Kas, , ime
In on Widtiesibiy with 1 attic
Hon Jerry Simpson of Harper county,
Kas, was at the vards on Wcilnes.lav .
looking ovet the fei der situation. He was
being 1 hope rolled bv Colonel A .1 (.11
lesple, who showed him all the sights.
Ol iv pool .V; Pool, lirileville, Kas, had
In cattle and lins yesterdav
It II. Diennon, Hennessev. O. T, was
hereon Wednesdnv with cattle
J II ltiMtiii. Cameron, I T, wns here
vesterday with cattle lie says thev have
had lots or lain In his country ami will
111 ike plenty or i 0111
I M Isbell, Wellington, Tcv , wns up
yesterday with sheep
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS.
some of the liipleisinl leiiturei Cnn-
liiMtcd With tlie ( li l.ialliin nf
Hie I mirth.
While Hdw.-inl Unmiiinn 1. 1 laborer,
w is sitting on a box ne-ir the back door
of the Coliseum tlio.it 1 1 at r SO o'clock
yesteid.iv artel noun. In was aicidintally
shot In the tight foreaim by a bullet fiom
pistol In tin hand of Il.uiv lioodinnn,
a 1 lerk In 11 piwn shop at No "Ii Hast
Third street, (ioiidmiu was standing In
tlie duiiiway of the pawn shop lit lug a
pistol which he supposed was tilled with
blank e.ulridgis liistmd. It held one
c.irtridgi containing a bullet, which sped
across the stieet and strin k Hammond
The Injured man was taken to police head
quarters, where the ball was extr.iete-d
bv the police surgeon, (toodman gave
bond for his appearance In police- court
lo-d.iv to answer to the 1 It irge Of dls
1 barging .1 loaded pistol within the city
J. A Liidv. n Inn cling salesman, went
to the Cential police station at 0 o'clock
last night and had a deep gash In his
roieheml dtessul by the police surgeon
lie saiu 111 was acciiieniaiiv shuck uy a
lock thrown bv a small boy while btand-
lug on ihe 1 ornei
fth raid .Main
st 1 eels,
While thiee oil ng men were flrlnir a
homemade "Foutth of Jn'y" ciinuiin In
the West bottoms yesteidav afternoon,
one of tin in, Louis Shannon, aged yeais,
who llvis ai No Hill Win Nineteenth
strut, met with a painful accident Tim
cannon wus lutistructed or n piece of gas
pipe over a toot In length Shannon had
loaded it with gunpowder cliui to the
niiizzlt and was atletnulng to Ignilo the
fnt- with a lighted match when the can
non t xploded Ills fai e was badly powde-i
burned He went lo police heudquaitcrs
tin! had the burns diessi-d by the police
Harry Hultord and fieorge dray weie
celebrating the Fouith vesterda), vvln-n
(iia) tncldentall) dlscbaiged a hlnnk eart
ildge fiom .1 tin oh or fun m the r.up of
Halfuid. permanentl) destruylug his eye
sight The mi blent occurred In Kansas
( Ity. Jxas , on State stieet. near the- state
A uieeraiker tin own on the top of the
awning of UK Kelts' shoe shop, on the cor
net of Ninth and Harrison meets, called
out the tlie depirtin-nt nl 11 o". lock yes.
teniae fun noon Hi fore the anlvnl of
an engine J S Itausnui, who lives near
the shoe shop, pulled dew 11 the blazing
awning. In its fall .1 portion ot tho burn
ing 1 loth fell upon thi head of Hlckctls
an i slightly hurtled bis f ice
J ip me (' Minimis In Aiuerlia.
The Japanese hive many nice qualities
and scum gteil ones T icy are clean, thev
are polite, and apparently they am very
g-ntle and ver) liiavi The) aie said to be
cxiiediiigy neal loo, nnd to lie bountiful!)
.11.1 ....! ctitll 111., u. n-.i ,if nr.-"..!.'!!'
not unriasonabl) tlntr xampli 1- imicli
iiiimv I'cai 11a 111 i nuuu 111 1111 mini
held up lu us nrwidiys for emulation.
Intelligent forelgneis who have observed
Us closely have dei hired that we are the
rudest people In Ihe world. Of course It
is a pity 1h.1t we .110 not more universally
courteous, that our ihil.lrcn arc not di -inure
and ordi rh like tho .Inpanesi ehll
dieii.that we throw papers into the strict
and diop peanut -dulls and orange pici
011 the iloois of our public conveyance .
Of course, it Is a pity that we are pot morn
like the Japinese m innny particulars,
hut, for my pint, I makn bold 10 couicus
that American ininiiiis, with all their de
fects, are better suited to American taste
than Japanese, mannas wttn nil their gen
tle pcrlii tions
A met han in tuners are not nearly a
good as they should he not nearly as good
tin one limy hope Hu y may become, but
thil Japanning would profit them Is not
so ceitiiiu as it looks at llrst sight, even
if it did not involve a mm h greater
niutuiul of self-repii-ssiiiii or sclf-nhtllcia-lion
(doubtless moie appare nt than actuali
than the Ameilciui tempi rnmeiit could en
iluie 01 has an) ileslte lu allnm to The
umcdlnraiion m uui national demeanor
must rather be sought in an Increased and
enlightened self-control Joined tn a
strengthened self-iesiu'i t If we ever do
become civilized It will In llrst at the heart
and nflerwanl al the Had From tlui July
Hlg ( mud at a Wedding.
Sallnn, Kas , July 4 -(Special.) Miss
May Mack, ol Hutchinson, Kas, and Jo.
sepli llaskiiuoii of New Cambria, Ka .
weie married this afternoon in the pres
ence of lO.nuu sptiiiiiuis .11 the Penus)l
vaniau reunion This Is probably the larg
est gathering at a wedding ever assembled
An oprii air tins. mecUn- of citizens
who utu opposed to the siind iy-closlng or
der of the poller commissioners will be
hell to-night at Hh'venth street and CJrand
Henry Smith was ancsted )esterday by
Detectives O'Hare and Nichols on Ihe
charge of cutting lead pipe out ot a va
cant house ut .No ttinj PaiK avenue
Frank Cirube was urrested by OHUer W
J Clark ester lay afternoon on the charge
of breaking Into ami lobbing the home ot
Oscar Phlleof. at No. 1U01 Mcdee stieet,
Mrs. Charles Kempt went to police head
quarters yesterday forenoon and lenortnl
that her loom ut 1.M1 drum! avenue was
burglaiized Wilnisday atternoon i'ne
thieves eurricl away a gold watdi with
"K. W." engrave 1 on the luse, and three
Tho Kansas Oit Heal Kstat e and Stock
exchange is u. sit, locate a young man
named Frank Loui,lii lit. as he hail fallen
heli to an estate H Is descilbed as a
man of about -i ye-ais ot ugc and is sup
posed lu be clerk'-.,' in this city, lite
exchange lias 0 11 unable to llnd him.
and has lesorled 10 th- daily papers for
assistance, in the scan. a.
RT.iiiini.i) itv jtvir.. now ir is
Ux n Woman Winks Tor llrr Sot,.
rr nt m 1 1 1 it t m ttt )
Seiteil il her ilek In tlie bureau nt
rorroponilptice. lht vomlerfiil wfim-Ui
(itnin bet etler frntn all IU Of till
world. A few extmrW from their con
tents Ml the itory.
rnon low 1.
" I im In tftf hl earallthi.
M' rimi lie ilopt-!! lrom
riirlotut ii.lil, end the pain H
isMiiiii I 4m nil bli1iil uti. an 1
tin I'm 11 111 limit I lit of itwtKnW
li nrrill. Mj lurk and lend
irlir an tii-i liitir utiftt "nn 1
to for II "" ' -1
Vlri I lle I( line firsnl
I i.'ni Jit-rr , ri .ir.e 1111, umnmt
Illl-iri'-S ,rs,ilip I.I.MI "w,,
C. t it'Mitill , irnni ni'i' 11 in-- .
fitsi' lioiil 11111I nit"! lo Iln- timely
'. 11.S..1 1 nl 1 1 Ptiitlivm'i Vege
tvlil.' (ti'iipmiit "Is oi"!i h'f
Inn r I' Mllllfi "I c --tl to
Mil Nrto!if'eki efVttifhr.
trr 11 , iirll" ' I ned Hellt
Isitilri nf vimr VrKrUt.l-- t urn
1 11111.I, and 1 am Imt'CJ lo ivy It
li n cntt J nn- or painful nit mini.
nil an I I irV iclir Mv itiiW
In strrr imintli vrni dnailuil.
I lie iloetcr-i (nitii im moi hlnfl tu
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s?lxN ntnii ciiinl ins' I "lib 'mi;
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ji-lfi (if npe. orriipfttlen, mlM
veittnMi ill Urit-i dry mmili itots-
JQu I innt.ltit tamllni; lm hrivietit
U I'll nointi ttiuitilc, the -1111111101111
v-flr id wlilclinliediirrllio liilly. She
-J. V eifi "IMp ui" If.jeii can
W US Here arc fiicril clfN I knoi-r
'TT'Tin-nY "I'd hnre willlni in Mn I'.nV
"UJ'1J' 1 bain.iiiiJ lirn itii.il by her aJ-
vice .ind tncihiiuc "
rrt Mm Mtrv 'nivllp, nlin rnlil'i
rn.Msi.v'M'A. nt -Xir I. sinqiidniuu Avenue
In ii'lnctuii, fliil 1 . wiiii 1 "i 11m
n vTtirKing -ml, mid muit tin I
rlciiii liouri nrry di). I Imve
rufleiril trrrlMy from pilnful
At tltiiri tin hntl wn fn dliy
1 11-ulilliinHjr up Afrlrn.ltic
niiitili lidi d icieir Vpfirlalile Cnlil
piniiiil I inn aditr-riii! ciiltiou
1111 tiinri- 11I1.. nnd pilns. Oil,
tlisnk you, tliutik. you'"
The above extrarts from minj btin
(Ired loiters received elailv bv .Mrs. I'ink
lntn, al I.viin, .Mas., go I" liow how
rasilv ailing women 1 ut obtain advice)
nnd relief. Write to Mrs 1-inkli.im.
.iiiln :. 7,inA.im"j Vegetable Com
pound, the most successful fctinle medi
cine known to the world, can be (jb.tatnc.cl
of auj druyijisl in the land.
( nullum d liem Page 1.
nor have they In ill that time rpcclved
a word of 1 oinmeii'liiMon and encourage
ment On tin oilier hand, there has been
no espei la) link of itltidsm ll Is betti r
tu build up than to tun down. Hncour
agcmeul is betti r than utilise
"Mi. liesldint I simirely hope this
gn'iit assembly gaUnred here on our na
tional annlvcrsniy , will give new life In
the gieat causi , whlih Is so clear lo the
hearts of the people ot Kansas, that the
eloquent words that will be spoken here
tn-dav will tie follow nl by inmost, activi
Chilstlau work, to whlth end 1 pledge my
Mr Itlllilliliillil lu Dnlllit.
Hev Mr Hammond, of Muhlwln Cltv,
followed with an address, in which In
said he was tired of hearing this tall,
nlieitit the i reatlnn of public sentiment
What tin people wanted wus the enforce,
inent of the law The governor wne all
right In part of his speedi. but hud left
him lu doubt us to the balaiii e.
The next hair hour was ionmimp(1 lu
an .ndi'iivor to raise Slim foi expenses,
which was ilnnllv .11 1 (inipl.shed. and soim
over, thiuiigh the eloquence of Hev. iict
Vmilliei- Iti solution.
The following resolution was presenlol
over the slgniiturt s ol It. P Hammon.l,
i: H Fleischer. II D. Fisher, H. M
ltandall and is 1! Wharton
"He solved That we deplnte the- eleluy lu
eiifon lug the piohlblloi y law In the cities,
of thi llrst diiss, we rejoice thin Uoverii'M
Motilll has at lust taken steps toward
tin enron cini-nt of the law In tuise cities,
and ti 11st that hi may follow Up this
timet- with such vigor and peislstency us
to remove all occasion lot cilllclsni
Hev Dougherty, of Kaneus City, opposed
the 1. solution on tin ground that ll wns
unjust 10 uovernoi Morrill lu Kansas
lily his home (luveinor Morrill had
sought in i-nfiii'i tin law fiom the lirst,
and he believed thil sue h a resolution
would put him bcfoie tlie peoplv In a
(invi-riinr Morrill infi nib il.
Hev. Mr W. lister, of Fort Scott, fol
lovvid In a bttU'i- speech, In which he ip -cused
lloviruoi Morrill of appointing com
mlssloneis in Fort Scott who hud no lu
tentlon of 1 Hfnr Imc prohlbilon He udde I
that the commissioners of Kansas (it
had been named by the politic lane. Hev
Douiihctty wus on bis feel In 11 moment
and eh nl-d this statement He said thai
tin- ministers of Kansas City hud name 1
the lommlssioners, "For live ions years'
said the sjuuher fidingli, 'I fouulH tin
lottery men, gamble-is an I whisk) seliei s
almost single-linn b d un I alone and t
hive a iittht lo be he ird on this siibjee t
1 in) sell 1 allied the naun- of Hie Kans.i -city
polke commissioners F liovernut
Mm till, an I th v w.ie in lors. d by nearly
eviiv pnstoi In Kansas liti '
Ilev Piarce I'm h, of Hmporla, salt
that he was weary of hi-iruig Oovernor
.Moirlll held ri sponsible foi the nun.en
torccnunt nf piuhlbition "III Wichita '
he said, "W. H Stanley and Colom I
Lewis had rn nmmenueii me present uoai 1
of pollen commissioners and they were m
doubt good men, but the people nppeured
to In- nnh old whisky-soaks that the iw
mild not bo enton ed " A delegate tried
to have tho words "At last" .trie Ken
from Hie resolution but the amendment
wus voted down 1" (mo any further dP-li-itn
w is had, though several delegates
were on their feet Chairman McAfee, put
the question upon the resolution ami de
clared It e urbd There was a slraiijf dis
senting vote, but the ayes appeared to lim
it. Tb unti-udniliilstr ttlou forces looked
upon the adoption of this resolution as u
vb'toiy and lustily 1 heered
Hepresentnllvc .Miller, of Morris county,
followed with nil eloquent address, in
which he sild that liovctnor Morrill hid
stood upon this stage to-day and pledsed
hlni-elt to the hum- of piohlbltlon and
teinpeiaiin- and he stood here to say lint
he had fuith in tne governor. If prohlln
Hon was not cut'on. 1. li was as much the
fault ot the iiople as tin nuthoilties Pub
ilc sititinictit 11111-1 In behind at law to
senile its i-nfnii enniit Ml Miller wii
fmiuentl) appl uided With "Mi Mlller'o
address the lonveiiilun adjourned to thi
Ai the evening meeting there wore two
spcakeis. Hev Don S Coll, of Wichita,
and Lieutenant Coventor Troutnun )ev.
Colt arialkliid Hovel nor Morrill ind vl
torne) (lenerul Pivves lu tevera Lrnis and
attributed to them the responsibility for
about all the liquor drinking lu K ins.is
Lieutenant (laveiuor Troiilman said tint
Coventor Morrill needed no defensei at hi
hands He had been in lively engaged lu
the lempeinnce work before the speaker
vv is born As an otlleer of the state tern
peram c union tor muiiy )ears, he knew
thai the governor bid nver been culle I
upon iu the case of temperance that In
did not respond with his ea-opei-itloii and
his check Ho was tn t.ivor of enforcing
Piohlbltlon and his long and consistent
record in the cause of p mperance could
not be destroyed by tlie hostile efforts ot
the oppot tntg.
Are unlike nil other pill. No purgln; or
pain. Act specially oa the liver :uui bile. Car
ters Little Liver Pills. One pill a do.
Primary . tH.-coucUiy orler
tlurj bypbliis ueraiaacctli
curcdlnlS to Si Oui You
can bo treated at homo for ibotti rue liiliauDdcrsame
Kuuruut). If youiirelerlocuuiobi'roviuvviU con
tract to fuy rallioud toil- ud bold till-, and no
chance. It we fall tenure. It j uu bate taken nier
cnri, lodlda nutitub, ami tllU bavo actiea and
lalui,Mucuul'utcbr In uioutb, Mors. 'Ibrsmt,
I'lmplea, C'upuer Culured Nputi. Vlcer ia
aoy partot tho U.ly, llulror Kc-Lio licllluit
out, It Is tUU -ipblllllu UI.UUU 1'OIMUX
that wo uuuruQtco 10 euro. Wo solicit Iho tuost
obatluule cuacaand ibultcosc Itai- world fur
u caie we cuuuut cure, bypbllla bos always
bal-rd (lie .kill ol' Hie nio.l cinlncut pbal
nuarantT Abaolutu uruuili scniacoledoo appu
citlon. Addresa IUOK HEHCIIV CO., 11(17
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