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George M. Hughes,
Jostice ct k Peace,
New Kunitxr WeitTl
4 411 Minor. nta Ae.
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BELLE VIEW I
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S. X. Simpson A Jon,
Chamber of Com. llldg
J.Jvactiv(U Jlcoiwmy. puiii
KsVn votir dimes nttd ltii .IaIImb
will mie themselves. You can sues
one dime on every dollar's worth
of groceries purchased from us.
Phone .So West $3
Prompt, Mrvb e.
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Mil A Mate S
Kitn.iis t Itj, Kiin.i.
W l:Iiollilns. IMlmynll
inner. Tumor, Cntitrrh,
J tieim nnil till st, Ills
i..r. send fur It. .nk.
l'lon.o m, ntloii diiiiruill.
Or. D. M. DYE,
t onitiiiiitiiuiiiii Cure,
Is ymir property
IniureiP If not. do
not ltelmte, but In
sure at once with
dodso.s' t nonsoN,
511 North Sixth Street.
'tlui .short Order
Everything eleon and
neat, Homemade Pies,
etc Open UIIII1 L'
i) clock each night. Try
our tea i ro.ua
Ills .lllnucsotii Ave.
I lump .Mil it Ird,
tlleilip Mrilts, Cite
mid DrcMed Chlck
I IP Mlmic.ntn Av-p.
let. Vtr.t p,.
decision of the ftopitMi.-nn convention Mr
Prey l prnnshl it u knonn here n
nnjr Hln In thp roiintv Fir operiil. d n
lr l(n, hut the irlneent tlmcn of the
pnt to jnr inmiip1 Mrti to pie up
1 1 wrvel nn n ni"mi.r of thl twill. h-nnl
ntid m,1de 1 K offlrtinl lu frlen l hu
profhlid to et him the nomination If it
Wynmlotto lu Co.,
.in bo p.Upii
Pamtiel McConnll, th" mpII known
Fourth ward cmrn, r in the fir 1 1 for
hTlfr. If Ia n mrlfht flepubll in nnd
hn rM"nl hH time und mOSey In the inter
t of (he prtrty, Mr. .McCpnnell l rt
lhorotih bualneur wn ntid If hernilnmed
nnd (pcteil ttuld n(tt noo-l fherltT.
Up will n Into th wnventlon with ome
t'ollro Court C ip.
Therp wer thirteen yonnf y nrrnlgned
in poHcp court yiitpril:i) mornlnff ehitfipM
with fwlmmln In the K.iw river inmde of
Hip city Itmltn. A fine of l each lm
poe by JudKo tl.ind. He aluo v lltr
joung.trr A ppver lfrtur. and Wflftled
thm thnt they Would not ei oft ao eay
the net time. tfenry Iipnvpnort wd
tlnp.1 Mi) for tfalatlnif n otllor lie wna
arrpnte.1 Tuenday nlaht for being drunk
and dl'orderly, nnd while beln taken to
the atallon he atietnp.rd to overpower the
outrer npverai tlppllnif shop caiea ere
Kerr' 1'nrlt Cnmnmppttiic.
Mr. Ir.nn Maaon preached at th ramp
tneptln hut night to more thnn a thounand
p'ople, many of them white nomen and
men. Iter tet wn In HeVPlatlon: "The
t." it day of Ilia wr-uh In i-omp and who
hill bo able to utand?" Thp eermon was
i" of irrrnt power and at lt idoo moro
thm rorty men and women went forward,
fir prayers and gave their hnnda to th"
prenrher aa a pledtre for Iwtter llfp. On
Kriilny nlirht Mr, Alaon's fermon nill be
on the autyet, "After the- Ball."
Hip Hon. Mlllierl 1 1. I'nriilinm, dr., lelU
Hon He lln t nred In I tine
POLITIC. l. A-NMIfNTUMUM'S.
J70H lOl NT bUIt KYOIt,
Now asditini- 'o County Surveyor IVIllLunion,
Miti1 t ' toi'liio'i of Hnpnliliean convention.
j;OU bill Itli'I',
Subject to decision of Kcpubllcan convention
I'or re-electlou, subtest to decision of Ilepub-lloajcomentlon
(ijCX-CKjCCjC .X. V
Tlio Journal oillco has boon
removed lrom tho Chamber
ot Commorco to thn Ilrst. tloor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth stroot and IMlnnuHOta
xi avonuo- V
-1 I MINM.SIII'V At i:.
JjOK COtNTY ClytiniC,
J. II. LAS LEY.
JfOK COl'NTY TIlUASUIinil.
Kor re elerfion.
Subject to decision ot Kepubllcan Convention
if on ot nty Tm:Asuiu:n,
JOHN W. FERGUSON.
Snbje c to decision of Itepubllcan Con-veti'lon
Sublect to decision ot Itepubllcan Convention
LiOIt JIDUE OF TIIU IJISTIIICT COUIIT
JAMES S. GIBSON.
Subject to decision of Republican Convention
TfOll IlKGISTEtt OF DUliDS,
ORRIN W. SIIEPPERD.
Voi i. election.
Sobii . to decision of Itepiibllcan Con.
HARRY DMISCTOX, mZc,
Koom :J00. J'orlsmoulh Jilclir.
Sllliitltllln l)nlrcr M'mitPil.
chief of rollee Servls lma re-ommendeil
lo the board of police ootntnlimtotiera t In t
"vcral jnbKtltule policemen be employeiL
o that the regular olTlieig might get oft
more frequently. At preaent It la almoat
tu'l'0"slblp for an oftl.-er fa lay off a day.
Tli. re nre now only twenty-four policemen
ii the force, while the .Metropolitan polite
lm! allow twulvo more.
JYOII CLIIRK COURT COMMON X'LUAS,
WILL F. PETERS.
Sublet t to doelslon ot Kcpubllcan Con-
lt)R Cnt'NTY CXAZUK,
S'li'ie. t to decision ot Republican Con-vcnri.in
JACOB W. LONGFELLOW
to decl-lon ot Republican Con-
Sublet t to the dex-ltlon ot tho Republican
11 lllllll i -
leclalon of tho Republican
S'ibji i t to th
con n i.,n.
PAUL BRAY'S APPEAL
in: h.vs WAi.i.r.ics camily is
ni;i:i op liN.v.Nci.VL a in.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS NEEDED
pi:i:pakin; to pitnvi
J.3IA(ii:S AHA ins r
Tieiity-threii l!nli:iij- Cuupli'A Dltoneil
by .ludBii Allien (ieoruu Wllker-
bou, nf ArKi'iitiiie, Dln.ipin'uri
I'roin lloinii Tho l'n-
Ijocal frlemU of ex-Coneul John 'Waller,
now nervine a twenty yc.m.' bontenco In
u Kreiuh military prUon, will hold ,i meet.
In? in this city la thu near ftltiuu for the
purpoao of ralainv funds for tho Waller
t.imlly. In u lotur tecelved yesterday it
Is stated that not only in the ox-com.ul in
(llstrenfc, but ulto tho members of his fam
ily. Tlie letter iuu from l'aul Ilray,
a on-lu-l.w of Waller, who U now in
Wiiphlnton, liavlne been banished from
M.idafjscdi Island, mid Itepresontatlo
Ciibljison received it. It wait shown to u
number of Influential men, Including many
of Waller's warm filends, and they decided
to take uteps. at once to furnUh Waller nnd
lii family us much relief us possible. They
consider that the better way to rulse fund
It to call a public meotlnu and let the peo
ple know the true condition of the matter.
The date lias not yet been set for the meet,
jug, nor the place tolocted, but a commit.
tee will be choeti this wot I; to attend to
these things. It Is thought thut a. conMd.
trulje amount can be raised here. Tho
following Is the letter received by llepre-
Kcntative t'uhliKon. showing tho condition
of the Waller f unlly
it.,., i r- , . Wu-hliiKton. July 14, 1S3.
lion. J. K. Cubbl-on, Unnpn Cltj, Kns.
I 'ear hlr. Tho fii.-t.-i i-oiuirnliu,- the un
l!!nh.a."r"lK'i.K"" mrcHt nnd Imprlaon
nt J'h?1'-. a,!et for twenty years, and
or my Illegal ,,,,,1 umally oiUuikooih bnn
.n.,."'Ilt lro'." .M.id.itt.iHe.ir by tho l-'tenih
military iinttoiltles leivntly landed there,
are ulieady known. I supixw, to you, niid
need no rehearsal heio. We have tint only
neon deprived of oui IntPn-Mi and ilchts
!' , H t:""tr" "" "!' P"or fathers fam
ily li left thete without means tit summit
or protection. Although 1 .inlved h.uo
wlthout ii dollar I luue fo 1 (.bolter nnd
nave retained the best lounsol tii tiiotovulp
our claims ng.-ilnit Fiance, and what Is ot
llrst Importance, to secure Mi. Waller
relense. .There are e.ionses ncessarj In
Pti'hlnR thin ca-e which teiiiilro Immedlatf
funds to hay nothing or Mr. Waller's wiints
in pi (son, where ho Is without u dollar ex
cept ti Miiall sum I was nblo to send him
last nionth, and my mother is, as I h.ild.
In Madagascar with the four children,
without means. To raise some money I
am torced to appeal to Mr. Waller's friends.
Can you and some of your ri lends aid us
Kline way to raise at least JVi), aa n lo m.
Ah ?ocn n- wo get our nines, or cuie of
then, sottl. d, we will refund the money.
We have throe aos, one for Wallet's le-
i-iini- .inn iiiueiuniiy ior mogul in.ii and
ImprNoninont: second, tn.ipinnitv f,.r ,.,,-
III. gal expulsion, and third, the recognition
of our rights to the concession or an In
demnity In lieu thereof. That we will win
all. or at Ie.iyt one of them, there can be
no doubt. If you cannot raise this sum J
shall be grateful for any part of u I
must lenialn in Washington and am not
able to opnio ,'.o Kantian City and seek nld
on the ground. 1 will have a cop nf mir
ease In brief sent to you for perusal be
cause I want Mr. Waller's friends to un
derstand clearly our case I have an ex
cellent lending counsil, who 1ms twenty
years espetk-nce before the state depart
ment nnd has made a specialty of uch
cases. The press and al' air minded men
are with Mr. Waller In ,ds troubles. Had
ho consented to abandon concessions nboe
referred to he would have been a free man
to-day. Again I appeal to our friends to
raise soii'tliliig for us. to enable us to do
all in our power for Sir. Waller's ret. am
I would prefer that whuteer you d- for
ns lot It be done among utir friends pri
vately and with the understanding tint we
refund whatever amount Is raised u wn
as the cases aie s.-ttied. Thanking ou "!
what ou have already done Hnd foi iui
thlng you may do In our behalf. I am v ry
liinj uu.n, raui. 11. 1J1CA.1.
it was iinimtji: ha v.
.Iiiilgo Alden (ir.inlK Decrees tn Tncntj.
The swelterinu weather yesterday did ml
prevent a large numlxr of mlsmaled . .
ides trum wending their way to the eo nt
lioiiH,. to witness the divorce mill grin 1.
Judge Aldm set the mill In motion at l1 W
u clock In the morning and win n he closed
down at 3 o'clock and an Inventory was
taken bv the district i. rt.- ir iin. riiin.i
that the ties (hat bound twenty-three un
happy ioudLs had been seveied.
Tin- most interesting case tried was that
of Uertrudo Ingrain against Millard In.
giatn. The plaintllf claimed that tho do.
lendant Was -fuel to her and that on one
oluisIou he drew a revolver on her. She
sued fur a decree and flO.Oji) alimony. Tho
dtfeudant made no ilefi-im,. and sne was
given the decree and fl.vw alimony. The
defendant win ordcxed to pay the costs
in the ease and the plaintltf'a attorney s
fees. Another suit of Interest was th.it t,f
Jones HoUser atalnst hlH wife, Yetta liok
ser. The couple were tnatil.-d In Austria
uud they moved to New York. After
wards the idaintlff came West and ln.-m.
(d heie. Ho has been dolus business In tho
West bottoms lor thu past three years.
Ills wlfo e.iuio West with him, but later,
he nays, she went back Ra-u with an
other man. Ho testified on the Bland yes
terday that i-bo was going uiidir an as.
mined name in the laist and that she wus
operating a barber shop. The court grant
ed a deeioe In the case. The following is
a list of other divorces granted;
Uertlui Thomas, vs. William Thomas. Al
fred Long vs. l.uttie Long, .Matthews Koiel
vh, Missouri K04V.1, David llauaumnn vs.
Lizzie tlaiiamatiu, Maggie M, Miller vs.
John 11. Miller, Joseph Davis vs. Cynthia
Davis, Fled Whiliaker vs. Lizzie Ii. Whit.
i.iKoi, uearse Lesley vs. Mruti Lesley,
Margaret l.dmpnds vs, tieorge JMmnnds,
l'hoeba Oeros vs. lienpla tferos, llattle
Nash vs. Thomas Nash, Jninei It. Iluydoit
vs. riadle llajden, Carrie II. Cuitls vs. Kd
ward Curtis, Hannah Uonde vs. Jauu-s
Ooode. Anna Tolliver vs. Lawrence Tolll
ver; l.PPle S. I'bkett vs. Nanav Pickett,
Lady jiurke vs.. John U. lluiko, Hlanch
11. Mori Is vs. Perry A. Morris, L'vellne
llowmaii vs. lleujamlu Uuwiu.in. Katie
Frazler vs. John it. l-'ruzter, Jennlu It.
i-climid vs. Oeorso F. Solunld.
The following case were continued: Dpra
Illggins vs, Ray U. lligglns, Nellie Adams
v. James Adams, lliuno Moeckle vs. Urn
lllo Moeckle, Hannah dlngleton vs. W, A.
Singleton, Harland N. Wood vs. Minerva
Vht-se cases vvcro dismissed: Kflle Keller
vs. Archy Keller, Mary F. Francis vs. Hen
ri" J. Frauds, Iiora Cleveland vs. Itobeit
Cleveland, Uello, Tuck vs. Walter Tuck,
Kinlly T. Chapman vs. F. N. Chapman
Kma Shtppaid vs, II, II. Shepjiaid,
Twu More Candidates.
Mr. William Tray, for several years a
1 adlng dry goods men. hunt of this city,
has announced himself us u candidate for
tho otllee of county cleik, subject to the
Mm, C J, Hafner has gone (o Illehmond,
, vvtivrp she will spend n couple of
months visiting friends and relatives,
Mrs. J. W. Ilnrtinnn and son, Mike, hive
ri turned from a pleasant visit with rela
tives at Itocky Comfort, Ark.
Mian Kmma Cooper has gone to 0wego,
K ih , to spend a. tiw lny with friends.
Samuel Haggard, of Fort Worth. To.,
Is In the city vlilting hla niece, Mrs. Will
I im Thomiion. of n; Ann nvcnu,
Mrs. I'll Pray nnd children have returned
from a pleasant vllt with frlendi and rela
tives nt Oarnett, Kas,
'. T. Claybnugh, of .Mexico, Mo., Is In the
eit j visiting friends. He wiw formerly en
gaged In the livery business here.
C. J. Vanilerhoof and Fred Maxwell left
yesterday morning on bicycles for Ottawa,
mJIr.. Mary Miller, aged ,V) years, riled
Tuesday night nt her homo, No. ISi'O North
Third street. Sho was an old resident of
this city, and was widely known. The
runernl will take place this afternoon. Tho
body will he bulled at Woodlawn cetnuleiy.
.Miss Hollo Ilurgovne. formerly a well
known young lady of this ulj, died at her
home nt St. Piiul, Minn., last week. She
was 2i veals old, and has a ho-t ot fi tends
bote, who will mourn her death.
Fireman Nl k Lawlo(s, who was serious.
Iy lnjuicil while working on a lire about
two months ago, was nblo to he out yes
terday. However. It will be several wookn
before ho will bo nblo to go on duty. Law
less' Injuiles were iceelvcil by falling Horn
a ladder on a picket fence. Ho was rup
tured by the fall, and his physlclnns claim
that ho Is permanently Injured. Lawless Is
one of the oldest men on the department.
W. A. Cliltlln wus arrested yesteiday by
the pollco on the chargo of gland larcenv.
Otlllln is suspected ot being Implicated In
the lobbeiy of Weston's feed stole on
North Seventh treet. Shortly after the
lobbery occurred Citlllln lett the cllv, and
was not located until yesterday. He was
sent to Jail, and will bo given a piellmlnary
hearing this mm slug.
Sheilff Peterson yesterday morning took
Fred Satterlee and John Hess to the state
penltontiaty at Lansing. Satteilee was sen
tenced to ono yiar at hard labor for steal
ing some meat hooks from the Schwarz
sehlld .t Sulzberger packing house. I less
was given three years by Judge Andeison,
of tho common pleas court, for stealing u
('. G. Itutterlleld, nged "ii years, nnd Jo
sephine Kulllch. nged -'-. both of Kansas
City, Mo., weie granted a. marilago license
in the probata court yesterday.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. M. J. MeCarty, of
20u5 North Halleck street, a, daughter.
On account of tho Immense travel on
Sundays, tho Metiopolltan line will add
two or three new cars to Its service, be
ginning next Sunday.
Miss I.eonn nnrids left yesterday for
Itonnpnrte, la., to visit friends nnd rela
Miss Ilornlce Ooff lins returned to To.
peka after a. brief visit with Miss AUco
Union services will bo hold In Shawnee
park Sunday evening by the churches of
A meeting was held last night nt the
home of Louis Russell by tho American
Jerry Iiegley sustained a dislocated anklo
late Tuesday evening by falling from a
Metropolitan stieet ear. Dr. F. M. MiCul
lum was summoned, and dresstd bis In
juries. An Ico cream social will be glvon this
evening at the home of -Miss Hello liable,
Xii South Valley street, by the King's
Daughters of tho Central Presbyterian
The O. N. O. V Club will hold a plcnlo
next Sunday on Indian creek.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 12. L. Wlnshlp will cele.
Initio their wedding utinlveisaiy this uven-Ing.
Henry Siinders has gone to Chicago,
whore bo will reside In tho future.
Special services will bo held by the Sal
vation Army In their tent this evening.
Captain Steele, a noted Salvationist, and
Archlo flaylord, a soptano slngir, will lend.
The friends of Mts. Ire.i, of St. Joseph,
Mo., who has been In tho city several days,
visiting relatives at lfij Shawuto avenue,
are wmrled over her disappearance. About
midnight Tuesday night sho left tho house
nnd has not been seen since. Sho hoa been
I In feeblo health home tune.
The lt"n Wilbeil p. Frtrnlnm, Jr. whofe
hame went h. for the votets nf MttsftAchu.
.setts Iat November ns a candidate for Wr
retary of iate on thp Prohibition ticket, la
ono of the moat prominent men In the
Bast. He resides at SS t)PVot)hlre atrwet,
tlostrm. .Man. Thla la What ha writes nf
Munyon'a Homoeopathic Hetncdlr.-
"1 seldom write testimonial, but am khvI
to give this one. Of thu many ttirdlclhes t
havie tried to rellrvn the terrible distress
nf Indigestion. I know of nothing euual to
l'mfeasor .Munvon'a Pyspepli Cure. I
have suffered with thin trouble for many
yeara, and during an unusually severe at.
lack last month n. friend gave m a small
bottle of Munyon'a Dyspepsia Cure."
.Munyon'a Stomach nnd Dyspepsia Cure
ettres nil forms of indigestion and tomadi
i roubles, such ns constipation, rising of
food, distress after eating, Wonting of the
stomach, palpitation of the heart, short
ness of breath nnd alt affection of the
heart cnttsed by Indigestion. It soothes,
henla and Invigorates stomachs thnt have
been Weakened by over-eating, or whore
the lining of the stomach hna been Im
paired by physio and Injurious medicines.
Price, S3 cents.
Munjon's totnoenpalhlo Home- Remedy
Company, of Philadelphia, put up specifies
for nearly every rilsensp, which are sold
by all druggists, mostly for 2"i cents a hot-
up. d by the railtond heiow the grade f
i.iiiih.d hy ttv .ity The str.et eras not
nni ndnmlted at d thH i.tilv added to th
t'fllctiltiea of inv l.
Ilnhhed .1 ItifTier ajinii.
i.A'WmP "'" r walked into Wlittahi
MeMulleh'a hnrb. r rhop Tuciay night and
ashed Tor foUUih Th. nosltlon ronld
J"'.1 ,l,v!?. n1 thf m,,n 1'irned nwgy,
expressing his sorrow after siting tip the
shop. Lif m ti. nisrht some one nnietM
through the back door of the estHhllsh.
ment and stole r?.irs.
Those who are In doubt as to the nature
of their dlseaso should Hddresa Professor
Munyon, rsV! Arch street. Philadelphia,
giving full symptoms nf their disease, l'ro
fessor Munyon will cnrefiillv diagnose the
enso and give you tho benetlt of his advice
absolutely frpo of nil ohartre Tin- Reme
dies will be sent to any adduss on receipt
ot retail price.
terdny and waa Imniedlfltely nrreled by
City Detoctlvo Hubbard, There w.is no
ebflrge iigalnst the mnn, but ho was held
in lull nil dav
.IUls Nellie Wnrren. of Rich Hill, Mo.,
wus In the olty jeslerJuv visiting Judge
J. F. Trowbridtfe and family. She will
leave soon fur Denver.
J. !. Itnrker, of the Argentine bank, was
at nkitho, Kas , yesterdav tr-.insacllng
11. Miirrv. ITnltPd Stales revenue Inspect
or nt Leavenworth, was In the r It v yes
terday on business connected with his of
tlce. Mls Ada Montgomery, of Abilene, Kos.,
Is the guest of .Mrs. J. F. l'rinkey.
J. II. Olllges will soon move his uroeery
Inlo tho Nukes building, on Silver avenue.
Miss Lydla Simmons, who has boon quite
111 for pevoral days. Is cotivnb Inc.
Mr. Charles Rosslter Is entertaining her
mother, Mrs. Penmen, of Cameron, .Mo.
CI. 1', Hammer and family will soon re
move to Richmond, .Mo, to reside
(loorge Cuswoith. tho Metropolitan ave
nue shoemaker, is milking preparations
to move to Carbondale, Kas
J. i. Hall, machine foreman at the Santa
l'e whops, has been 111 wveral dav.
The Sunday s( hool children of the Tlnp
tlst chilli It will hold it ph nlo at Troost
Tho engines and crews of the Santa To
that were sent West tecentlv have been
called back by the rush ot business here.
I situ Ma. Hml it,.,.
The eouhty court ent Isaao Ponds to the
tefoim School al (WitlUe yetprdnv for a
term of two yi laao is l", v. am old,
Hnd WAS fl-rnmttitiin.t I,. hl Hinih.. II.
ffjled lustily and attempted to persuade
..... mi.i nor 10 nor put mm in tne seuooi.
The mother seemed to be a kind hearted
woman, and wa almost persn uled After
sin i nng many bars she hnnllv sumtnoneil
up raurage and nk.d the lodge to pmreed
With the ease. "mi up, Judge." she
sail, "I ian't stand It long'' Aft. r taking
short testimony ,i i how the bnv, sal
thiiiigh onlv ir. yea t si of age, was a veteran
In wiekeitness, Judge stone had the boy
stand up, and while the t-irs fell from the
parental pies and from those of the etrlng
boy, the Itnlgp gave him a sentence of two
Vears The sheniT led the lty away, fol
lowed bv his weeping mother.
I'liiii.lmw Sen! t tlin i'iirni,
Contrni tor John Karnshnw was tried for
I nan hi iy jesterdny In the county court
After hearing the testimony the court dl
mlssed lite insnnlt.v procei'dinga and sent
Mr. Kamshaw to the coutttv fnrm. where
It Is the belief he will receive benefit from
Highest of all in Leavening Pcmer. Latest U, S. Gov't Report
tleurgti Wllkcrsim IlUappear Prom Homo
Ho htartcd tn Worn Slouday nnd
Has Not Itetllruid.
Tho friends and relatives of Cleorge Wllk
orson, whose home Is in illbbs fi Payne's
ieeond addition, are greatly worried over
his failure to iniiKo an appearance ut nome,
Monday morning Wllkerson ktatted to
work on u small faitu In the southern poi
tlon of tho city, which he and C. II. Scott
huvo rented tor tho season. Since he left
home that morning nothing ban been seen
or heard of him. His friends fear that
ho htiH been overcome by tho hunt while
In some obseuio place, ;u, he had been
complaining of ill health during tho past
....k He is a middle aged man with a
wife and scvci.il .mall hlldron and was
sober and industrious. His friends have
been searching tor him, but at a late
hour yestnrda evening nothing had been
found that would thiow any light on his
A I'tii'ioor Untitled
Theodore Wilson was. In tho city yester
day morning looking for a thief who robot d
him of J7W early In the morning. Wilson
who U a farmer near Uolllday Kas , said
that Tuesday evening a colons! man .ime
to his place. He made a pitiful talk of being
sick and without money. The tanner kept
him it 1 1 night nnd gave hlni supper and
breakfast. Yesterday morning Just after
tho negro had gone he discovered that tho
money was missing and Immediately start,
ed out to bunt tho supposed thief, Th
police here have seen nothing ot the man,
A social danco will bo given this evening
In tin- Tin nor building, corner of l.'iflh
bluet and State avenue.
Fireman W. Wlllatd, of the Santa VV,
wus overcome by the heat yesterday morn,
nig. He was removed to fits homo and will
A meeting of the flood Will Society will
be held this afternoon at the -home of Mrs.
J W. Anderson, on South Second street.
This will likely be the last meeting until
the hot season has passed, A full attend
unce Is desired.
G. W. l'uyno and wife ond children, of
Dos Moines, la . are guests of Adam Ilew
itson uud family, of Spar avenue.
Mrs. J. D. Kenyon, of Lawrence, Kas.,
will urilve in this city to-day to visit her
sister, .Mrs. U. if. Walker, wile of City
Engineer O M. Wolker.
Mrs. (J. W. woods, of
f Fort Soott. Kns..
Is tho guest of friends in this city. She
formerly II vol 'het.
Misses II. ssie Henderson and Maude Don
nell. ot Jeifcrson City, Mo., are tho guests
of Mrs. Won! Koark.
1 Thomas Hockley came to this city yes
The Knnins City Journal Is delivered In
RoedaIe by Eugene Miller who will also
collect for same at the reduced rate of to
cents a week and make his collections
Men were put to work yesterday morn
ing to clear away the ruins of the old
elevator In tho North end. A feed mill
will be built on the site.
Dr. and Mrs. Wa-sson, of Independence,
Mo., visited friends In tho North end Tues
day. The moirthly ndjournail- meeting of tho
Htt-wards of the M. 12, church wus held last
night in tho church.
Walter Purvinnce, who has been attend
ing the Parkvllle college. Is spending his
vacation in Rosednle.
The W. C. T. TT. Tneelrt "this nfternnon
at 230 with -Mrs. 1'nnnle Holslnger
Miss May Stenrn, assisted by the mem
bers of the Hpworth Lesgue of the M. K.
church, will give an entertainment Satur
day night at tho M. 12. church.
A, Carter, an insane colored man, was
found near the Baptist ohiirch Tuesday
night by an ollloer nnd lodged in jail He
was found to be harmless nnd was u
leascd. The Rev. T. C. Downs, presiding elder
for this district, will hold the fourth and
last quarterly meetings for the vent- ut
the Walnut Street M. K, church. South,
commencing Friday night. Quarterly ion
ference Saturday at 'i p. in.
The Degreo of Honor lodge meets In Its
hall to-night. All members nre requested
to bo present.
Tho Iron City Hasohill Club vvlsheB to
play any club In the olt. Address Louis
Meuonry, Rosednle, fias
Ilio chief clerk of tin railroad mail serv
ice was In the city Mon-iny measuring the
distance between the d.put ami the post
ofllce, Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstmnn nro the parents
ot a lino eleven-pound bov,
Tlio Praiu blsn for n .street Itallttiiy I.ino In
This City lias Hi en Aeeepted New Mnio
In Improve l.etlugtoii Mieit.
Tlio formal accept mio of the franchise
recently granted to Walton Holmes, C. P.
Morse and others to (mild nml equip an
electric street car line over parts of Main
strc-et and Alton avenue was filed nith tho
city clerk jesterelay. The acceptance In
Itself wus, brief, but it meant conslderablo
to tho proplo residing along South .Main
street. Mr. Holmes (nllmiued that the
frnnchlso would he aeeepted at tho ban
queting of the Indcpi nlvmo Commercial
Club at Washington park Monday last.
Now that the building of the road is as
sured property along tho street and ir. ad
joining additions will lie greatly bmented.
Since it was known that tho franchise
would be accented real cstato men have
received considerable inquiry ns to prop.
crty for building Kites. Several Inquiries
weie made jesterd.ij by Kansas City men
who want to eteot hoims.
It was stated yesterday that the man
agement ot the road would commonco work
ut tin early date and before the snow lltca
or the warm weather Is fairly ov.r, Main
street people will have rapid transit.
Liberty street neorde. who weie defeated
In set tiring u franchise fur that street, be.
lleve that the building of the road on South
Main street will be so beneil. In! that the
objections heretofore entertained will hi
withdrawn and the Improvement be se.
cured for that street.
Councilman W. 8. l.nar is confined lo hi
home by reason of lllm s.
Mrs. ft. A. Ilartlttt Is visiting friends in
v. 8. Finnish nnd wire left yesterdav for
Hxeelslor Springs oil a brief visit.
Miss Mnrnle Miu-kuv. of Sedan i and
Mrs. Vincent Mnrmndtike. of St. liuw. u.
the (.nests of J ! I'earre and fiuntlv
County Aeioiimnnt Sneii eomitv t ,1 th.
work of examining the recorder's oil).
Nnncy Thornley commenced suit for dt
vorro vesterdiv from her husband, s. ,.tt
Thornley, of this ettv.
County Superintendent R. M. Harrett Wt
yesterday Tor Clinton, Mo, where lie win
rend nn (.durational paper beforp the ten b
era' Institute nt that place.
Mls Oraee Wlttlch. of Kansas City. Is
the guest of Mrs. Leo N. Leslie, of iMep
W. Kelrsted. the sanitary engineer te
epntly employed by the city to furnish esti
mates on sewerage, oommenenl wot k vis.
Mnrk White arrived homo yesterdav from
Oenova, Tex., Where be has been on u shmt
There will be a meeting nf the Independ
ence Commciolal Club to-night The .l.n k
son County Fair Awn. I.itlon will pinimhlv
be tin- triple under dleusi,,n All id tb.
members of the i lul, me mpiestod to be at
to-tileht's m. , ting
Anduw Kih w'liwe iiltbal condition
w-is noted In m st, idnv 's Joniii.il wisiest
Ing some e,is. r v.st.idiv ,ui I the sur
gi ons etitert ilu tii.ng p. in s i . . i bis ulti
mate recovi rv.
" m 7 ;
( I V u 1 1 if JL
ill- vv'iitoDCst an I proper fil'ss nntl
its a juiuif Um' I. if laundribs use
i.Jr rH l. ri ,-. v I -jr - Y- r7x X
It's a saver of timr, work antl money. If
vourprocer tlocsn't krep it, perhaps he has
Kinctford's famous Osnrsn "Pure" or
"Silver Ciloss" Rtarrlt. or write us for a
free sample nf I, a itnlrn
perfect eaUl wnier stittch.
T. KIN(lSr-OIil) & SON,
OSWI'IIO. N. Y.
mi West ytlt Street, Kansas City. j'o.
Tho Oil Ueii.ibln Ilnrlor. Oldest In A ce, Lmitje'l 1 ociited. A ltegnlae
(riiiliuitti III Mctlliliic. over 7 '.ears s-ptilal l'rnctlt o.
Autliorued by tl.o State to t rc.it Cl'tOXIC, NrRVOI'S art snC'AL DlSCXSCS. Cure.
r'l .iini.i i dor muncyWl.titleit, A meilieuies nira-nni ryiKiT 1"' " -" ;-,","""
tiiitl Ii 111 busluess. l'atletlts lit Udi-tltluU liealeil I'V I1H1.I ttliu I'lrress. nipiueiutis
scim nrywhi'ie In a Iruuinioor nr. us.ii-p. i ii iik's i ut. mn .,,,....,.-. '"'",',""",
cxp 'i- nsvnrei np.it.int. jtatnynuruisu nuil semi for tt rcss. ccusuitaliuu Is Irco and conu
dPDtial.ritlii rpt i tullyorby letter. . .
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (JK!:!)
producing) ' ea. pimples and blotches im the (nre, ru In s of Wood to bead, piuus In bek. con
fused t,'.asii.dfoi.re!fiilncs8,b,ishfiiIiir '.mors' n .i s.m ipit. l-s of seTunl power. los of
inanhood. A- . evin d t..rilfe 1 nut step u InUlith . r-st re b I setn.il p.nter, restore uenu
and briua power, i nliuco and strengthen weak part i ui.d make yon tit, lo.- u-sri l.i(,e.
iierniancntiv currn viinou
SKelllncs. Sores, i... neHliu'a iindl.teet.n nihil Inset l.o, tri .tt et.t at liouic.
tonus of Private lh e
atlll UliUU 2)UV'l t niitiU nun r.iutifiiua viti iti .." j.. v--
C.sltlli'e.- tMtterrlblo disease, PinllltslCf rirfl!l' pernmocntlv citrrd
OVpnillis, tr,., ,i Mages cured f.,r L 1 ICLLIli- L..lie. cuttlnj, Is
life, lllooill'iiisonlni. !-Mn lUsriises, ricers, jwiands. No p l'n, no i oxiwsurc. I'a
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
ItlVA I'll III2UUMAN COVI1II lS sfll I
IN A ciiocia w si itm.r in i:.
Proc ceilings in Hie lilstrht Court Narrow
Lccapn of vtr. mul Alts. It It I mini
iloliu Hniiuoii on tho Witiden-
shlpAli.i elhiui ous.
Want to liiipniie l.etlugtoii Street,
A petition was placed In cln illation ves.
terdny with a vii.iv of inacudamlzlng West
Lexington stieet ftom the public situate to
thu Pueillo bridge. The effort to improve
this street has been made before without
success, Tho projectors of the present
movement believe that they will meet with
success and several large property owners
have impressed a wlilu.t.t'ts to assist.
The present condition oi the strei t is duo
to the fact that utter tl. building of the
Winner railroad the bal.u . e uf the street
was not brought 10 rhe isuhllshed grade.
This left tho portion of the street not oo.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Grape Cream of Tattar Powder. Free
Vom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
Alwitit 11 o'clock yesterday morning
Albert O. llorrman, a private of Com
pany A, Twentieth Infantry, stationed
nt Fort Leaven worth, committed sub Me
In this city. The scone of the tr.tgodv
wris a Choctaw street dive, near
Third street, better known as the "Hats'
Nost." Tho suclde was committed bv
sending a shot from a revolver thtmigli
the heart, death resulting Instantly. A
note, yvrltten before the suicide, directed
"To whom It may concern," stated that
he was tired of life, and that bo had d.
term I tud upm st-lf-dcstruction. '1 'e
note requested thnt C. C. lit rt man
should be notified, but no address was
Elven. Tho deceased win about '.'I via is
of age and his term ot enlistment vv.uld
huvo expired in eleven days.
Tho authorities ut the post were noti
fied unci tho remains wore taken tn tb
post. Lust evening Cm oner Mc Sill w i
sent for and an Inquest will bo he! I. u
previous tn the removal of the budv i
jury was Impaneled and viewed tin- re
mains. District Court.
In tho district court yesterday, Frank
P. Randolph, pleaded guilty to enibi -zlement
on three counts and was s. n
ti need to three years' conllnemotit In
Kd Murphy, who recently forged tip
nnmo of Adum Octgcr ti two clink-,
pleaded guilty to the crime and vva- Hi n
tonooil t.) two yenra In thet ponlteiitlat .
Mary K, Holchle yosterduy Hied -nit
for divorce from lior husbund, Willi nn,
charging gross neuleot and cruelu nt I
nsklng to bo avvurded the cust.i.U
her 1-yeur-old child,
Lonn Pillion also petitioned for a di
vorce from her husband, Howard, al
leging iiiiamlonment, and ubUi-iI i"i ii
cits-tody of her two children.
Lester H. CunnlnKhnm began pmc. I
ingu to recovor 300 from Pavld Slim k
of Douglaa county, on n promi-- i
Mr, and Mrs. Q. M. Hlttmnn, with
their daughter and her guest, Miss l'n vv,
had n thrilling experience on the I'm-t
road Tuesday night. While colng ilnvvn
the long hill towards tho culvert mn
the Kansas Central tracks, the n.b m
the carriage diopped down from In hind
nnd the horses ran uvvay. The occupants
vvhi- tlitovvn out and considerably
bruised, but fortunate! v no one was se
riously hurt. The hot sea dashed on at
groat speed nnd many persons hud n.ii
rovv esc apes from serious injury.
Will Ho Harden.
Yesterday Journal's Washington spo.
clul stating thut the attorney getior.il
wus udvlsoil that John llannuli. of I.' in
enworth, would notept tho uppolntup ut
of warden ut tho United States peni
tentiary at Fort Leavenworth was runt
with great Inturmt In this city.
When siwlton lo on tne suiiject. oy u
Journnl reporter, Mr. llannon. said:
"Yes, that Is what T applied for! to bo
warden. I ilbl not know tiny thlriff about
any other utlico, ami do not cure how
many more tliero are.
"I want to be warden and have ap
plied for thut position."
It is generally conceded hero that Mr.
llanuun will llually get the plnco.
Vinton StllUngs Is ltomo from a six
month' tour of ICurope.
I'olloo Oillccr Uoylo is on duty ngaln.
having reiunied from a two weeks' visit
to his sons In Chicago.
J. t iteieditb, division engineer uf
tho Missoilll liver iXiliimi-Slon, is In
specting tho vv.nk recently douo In thu
river north of I-t-avemvorlh.
The cty council met in legular session
cjsi.s positively ci.red or
motley iclu-.did. I
l-iflfilv' lMfl"Hil,r."J iik.-s, ., j.,, ,..., -,
ji;uiv r,m lo jAi -,Vltn 1 ii! i- it piu-n r
ahnToUle.ijr , thu r(Ti'. ts nml ci , nt ' t
oil tn plain vrtpi rr -rfr Ins n: j- l an tbn
little ImjuI. nml aUscr list ot ouct.ubd.
Free Museum of Anatomy li'JrT'ho sTV.
life llko models nn I wu figures deeply Impress wo iuiud,-a sehoul oi In-1 SuniJjya 10 to 71
strncllou n sermon without word. . ..,.
V li l.i-KXr,0Orirnnlii-J In tha tank. uAfc rJ.'l forfeit fir abou o7srn.-- at cact rjr
III.Aiii.oiim Tho Croat Turkish
IViituiiiaiioi Rhciiniiille Care. i.
mi iMIcL'ltll. Tlio kTreatest. dlsi overv In the
in t. ,iM id ni'dlelne. Duo iloso gties tellcf; 3
f. w i! ii sr im re (ever and pain In Joints:-
luretn a few iLiy". Scad stuieniint of case,
n.th MtainnforelrcuUr. i '
I TllH VfPAtVi Cutuhlrt
f Vit.illz r.lhtMinxu-rln.
tlonof i f-iinu -rrrni It ph, u m unl quickly cunoti of nil iinr
oim or iImu 1 1 ft ttu K'"i utif hi, iii), suih u-t Jsoat IiuitHixl.
iiMnin l.l. run i in ii itiu,iui i 1 miwliiiiH, rrrvmin I)i'tiUltt
r'mtiiti. t tiH'nc 1 ttl Mam. I Ah.ili-mniT limltio. Vurlniri lo nn. I
I'olistljiitlt ii. It ritnpt n I Ii s- t 0 iv -r liluhL Pu-irnn Ulrk
in t of ill i tuirirf. u hit 'i if net (in-kr 1 lrvltiisprrniutnrr!ni-i-mnl
nil the liorrnrtt Impotrin v. ri'llil.M' fIfmkjLtHUollM.r Uiq
V. tJm'taiMi the iirttiurv o-lrm of alliinnurltlc
IT1I I1I1M trimifllionmitiit r .turpsiiiii'l wriik n cdr.
'I tin rt'imm nut of iin in t rnt Hv IM!.rMi li t ninety pr rent nrn tmnhtrd with
Protittllf I. CI I ii-l M.lntht only kHfiwu r iikmIv t i cnrouitlioutini npi ration. .v-Ktlmuii.
nK V wrIltrniTiiftrHirfKlv(nftp I iimiii'V ri'turnt'il tf t, t Iwi ilui not cilttt a pcriuuui-uibUta
l,COuhoi,Kf"rt i I v mall. S nil for niLi iirnilnriiit'1 tmilmomuLi.
AdJrvna I.VVI J1KIIICIN K CO., 1. O. UglUJTC.an rrancU-O.Cnl.
Tor 4ali hy H C Arnold Ch unl Main Ft Kan-m Pity. Mo.
3EFORE no AFTER
ASK FOR A
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ThoMKKCAXTILB IS TIIU FAVOIMTE TEX TFA'T CIO Alt.
Per - ite t.v tii 1'irio
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lie suit In Ivieils. i i i , i A'.ie.
W. V Zahner. drmrrtst. cor Rrsn.I nve nr.l tj'li st . Kt"n city. Mo
i i v i. r i r
ill-- I v M
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i V 0 J'lfll
I I Is I M,'
Ioroiirn J) mils Issued on All Tarts o
New York Life Building.
lilll l I ,i 1 N f ,-h , - li A V I
I 1 II 1 Iv I S -
the old .Ynrli
KANSAS ITIV, Miknourl.
bl. I OI Is, Misinurl.
Wlllll 11. Kiini.t.
WESTM sash mid door company,
Corner Ninelwiith and V.vou1i112: Sts., Kauris City, Mo.
I P 'IOVV N OI I'll i: -III 1st' III ll.llINlj.
II. W. WOOD WA III). I. A. I AXON. J. C. IIOICION.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
di.ai.i:r5 in paim's, ou.b ami oi.ass.
12Q6 and 1208 Union Avo tNo.ir Union Dopoti, Kansas City, Mo.
Tele-phone us and have nn olectrlo fnn
?nt up. fiate City lllectrie Co,, 717 Dela-
A Natalie' at Woodward, O. T.
Washington. Julv H.-(SpeclaI.) The Ok
lahoma Pemoerats ate lutorcsted In the
fuet that ltifcUt-r llanueiek liiri R.vni
11 nee that he w '1 leave the Woodwnd
liid otllie tho l.i -t of next month. Ills
I, s Kpation Is I'pla ned by the tingle fact
ti it the oU. e Is a poor paying one. This
r 'noes the u -liability of the appoint,
ment, but It is .uie-ted thut a home tule
man coul I' bi se uie.l to take the place,
although the , halves for sush a th.ng hap
pening are lcdin-cd o tho iiilnltuum.
Half Itatn lo 'Iev.i1 t la tbo .VI. Iv. AT, IPyt
Commencing July 5, and continuing until
July 25, the Kai Home, the MIssouri.Knn
sus iv: Tcxus railway, will sell llrst class
tickets lo all points In 'Icxas on their sys
tem at one-half tho regular rate. I'or all
information i til at ticket olllccs, No. IM
Muln st. or Jeilt I'nion ave.
Idftuiirs for Kuuvav.
Bhipped dally In secure packages by
aEOltUll EVSSELL. Urugelst.
OppcultD vv ailing room. Union deost.
Miiiiufartiirtd nf tlio ( holiest Ilavan i loliaoios, Iteite- iimn cvei I or sain evcrynbers
DR. DcLArS NEW LIFE PILLS.
A tiaranierti Peine iy I ,r Married, Mug
andgivuU" I " i- niter onion wb-j han
bace-o r uttitir su u oi's flen wao arn ir w
mada y j ut i ' Ma who am Uri sen
Mirry lilves ii; tr I'.jml'
with earh lull t-f vimeni .wiueti is six use i ,
Priif II b. s iu. it ttuitiii of six bones w. ht;,ar.ute) I
iiinut i reue'il J' jai an ui r.iut, , r.iui e. 1 l r oi y iy
Maliitstreel ban a ii y Mr ttole ,goui
.-, oui nml iiiiuB ii011 (0 a'lolutoly rtifon
iu irjii-i rju'ti lrom Bic. -I, u-a of lo.
n4 m.H v n . i i. v Men who have
in 1 r - , i a't I are iie,vv until lo
s' , i ui gutiriiHin given
an ii. j . uro or money retunue.t.
c e, 'en v llr Do I, up, the ti-JilJlN-nN
IIUUS, iirugulst. lUf
it older piou.pi,y i, lea
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