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VWV, KANSAS CITY JOUHXAL SATURDAY. JULY 20, lqT?.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
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mn n fppcniiT.nr fin minis or
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In Kansas ( If., Mo.
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Seorge M.Hughes, , JPmct teal Mono my. . CARrEXTEU.
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Justice ol the Peace,
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one eiimr on everv nounr worth
uf crocerle. purchased from in.
JUNCTION aUOCT.UY AND MfiAT
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BIG INDIAN CLAIMS.
MEMHKRS Ol' Till: SIIAWNIMI THIIIi:
WANT A I.AItOi: MJVI ol' .MIIM1Y.
AN ANCIENT LAND ALLOTMENT.
THK "AltSKNTI'.IIh" A I.I.CIJi: 'I IIIIV 1II)
mt (ii;r tiii; hiiAiti: nui: tiii.ji.
Papers ICrndy to ItH I're.Liitril ut the t'l.m-
tnc heflftlou of Cnii;r,,ti A llllilo
lleartleiiiily Aliiindoiioil by
Those membcrfi of tho Sli.ivvneo tiibo of
Indians', known as the "Abcnteea," will
rile a claim nltli tho next loiibis for
JS5lQ00 as their portion ot tho pioceedtt of
(he talc of llio Shawnco loiaorvatloii, Jut
touth of this cltj. Tho Uuliiis and papcii
111 the i.iho ate being prepaied bj c-Staie
Senator IulIiuii, of tlilb tlty, ami lie will
go to Washington ililx winter to try to
pet tho claims allowed It Is claimed that
the rich rejwivutlon was sold without tlia
knowledse utul tonscnt of the "abaentecu,"
who weio ereatly In tho iii.ijorltj in tho
tribe, Tho stutoment of s.ome of the
leadlue Indians, of the tribe have been s-e,
cured und they will be iinl as evidence
before the proper toiiBrisstonal touimltte.
In one of thesi statementH the hlstorj of
the Shawnee tribe ls tslveti veiy complete
It fchovvs Jubt lion thcio happened to be
"absentee" Indians, In the tribe, and alto
how badly thej fared In the allotment ami
ttle of the land owned by the Shawnee
tribe to the United States government
This statement was furnished b T V.
Alford, a full blooded member of the tribe,
who now lives ut Teeuinseh, J. T, A pou
tlon of It Is Klven belowi
"The Shavvneo Indians originally occu
pied tho greater poitlon or what Is now
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Because Jhey Advertise,
ii. r. tun.r, l'f.ip.,
Alii ft xtiilx (.,
Knii.ua ( It jr. Ivans vs.
Cnnrrr, Tiininr. ( nlnrrli.
tetcnm nnd hII skin Ills
nse. Vmt ,r I look,
1'lrn.e inrnlliiii .limrnul,
Dr. D. M. BYE,
L'ollihllintlnu (Ml Cure,
lie. inn .Mu.ln l.iiril.
t lltllin Merits, l.lln
nml tlrrMr.il Chicle
iu. 41(1 Minnesota Are.
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llio ilinrl Onler
J".vir tlitiin olenn ami
neat, llouicuiinfi Pies,
etc Open until Ii
o'clock each night. Try
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HIS Mlmifvitn Al-c.
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Ii The Journal ofllco hn boon X
M rdmovod lrom tho Chnmbor
4 ol Commorco to tho first lioor
Jj of tho Columbia Building at
M Sixth street and Minnesota
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HARM DAIILINCTON, ,ZU
Iiooin Mti, I'ortsnimiUi Bldg.
lli state ot Pennsslv.inla Their Mi it
treaty with the United Stale wni made
Jnnuurj 31, lTs'i, In which the were allot
ted lanth to occupy, live and hunt on,
bounded by the !th article ot ald treaty,
for which the relinquished to tho Unlteil
Stati s all title and Inteteit to the lands
IjIiib enht, west and f-outli of tho boilnd
ailes ot land therein allotted. Soon alter
this tre.it a Kenet.il war broke out amotiK
the rtllTetelit MlbO"". which was (Mixed bv
the Indians tiiklm; ldes with Circnt Ililt
alu and the other European nations then
contending for supremacy In North Amer
ica Durlnpr this season ot war the Shnw
neo nation became divided. The majority
of them moved south, leaving their lands
with a few of their people In posselnn.
In the treaty of peace mule at fireenvllle
December .'. 17ir, with the United States,
these tow Shawnees. who were left In pos
session as fctatoil They allied themselves
with tho Chippewa. Wynndottex,
Ottuwas, Klek.ipno", and others, In
order to command an Influence
which they could not do If tby
weic left b themselves. Tliov temalneil
so until Januniy 1, lSl't. The majority who
went south wandeicd Into the stnte of
SIIsotttI pilor to I'M. htintlnir for .i llvlntr
and at puito with all nations. They ic
fltllrcd a tract ot land there and settled
there, perm.meiitl.v. and at no time had
they been united with thee whom they
left behind in pochIoii of their linds,
ceded to them by the treaty of 17'fi Jinny
years prloi to Kl they oeiupled this tract
of land in Jlissourl, which was nbout tvvrn.
ty miles square and whlrli thev hail re
ceived fiom the Kpinlsh Rovemmtnt
through Jlnion de Cummlnlet. Thin land
nui located near Cape Olianlenu.
"About 1SJ", th white people i ncroucheil
upon the Indians on every side nnd ha-ra-.ifsl
them by destroying tlxlr property
and stork. On this net omit their resldem o
thf.re became o uncomfortable that on No
vember 7, l'id, a treaty was entered Into
fni the session of that tract of Innd to tho
United States. The Indians were allowed n
pnrt compensation for the piopert de
strojed and weio granted n rtseivatlon
fifty miles square In the northeast comer
ot wlnt Is now the Indian Tenltory In
this tu.ity It was provided that a delega
tion of the ttlbe should be sent to eploie
this tract of land and IT It was not (-atis-factotv
they should receive an equal quan
tity of property on the Kansas rivet, west
of the boundary of Mlsouil
This delecatlon decided to take the res.
ervatlon In ivnnas. which was Hiioidlnwlv
sot aside for thtlr ocupatlon ind which
ronsisted of l.Oio.txO nercH Ivlns In a body
twentj-llve miles wide by PX) Ioiik, on the
i-outh side of the Kansas liver, buundid on
the eist by the Jllsourl river, tniludlnif
amom; others the counties nf Doiiulns1",
Shawnee and pails of Wabaunsee, Moirls
Osaije, rianklln and Jllaml This tract
was ennvejed to said tllbe b 1'resldi lit
lohn Tjlet, .May 11, Mi. In the inf.int.mn
Shawnees who weio resldliiB with the
.Scnruui, at I.ewlston, and another band In
Ohio, hid learned of the acquisition of this
tiaet of land In luim-ii and at unco ex
pressed their desire to join their brethren.
Tin boveinment stunted their wish and
i eded them land planted the .Misouil
Shawnees 111 Killl.siid Tho two bands only
uumbcied IdO. boon after the Kile of their
lands at Tape (llrardcau, the Missouri
portion of the Shawnees went West nml
settled in Tcmis, whire they became mixed
up In the war between Texas and JleMio,
In which they took put with the Texas
lepubtli. The Mexican Km eminent had
pieviously granted them n tract of laud
on the Sabine liver, nnd foi their loValty
to the Texas ciuse Texas renlllimed the
Mexican Riant. They nlnndoued this tract
in J3J and went amntm the Clock Indians,
where they lived until 1MO. They then
went noi til. inside the Union lines In
s"il the demands for lands In the Kansas
u solvation liavlnir become Imperative, a
treaty was cnteied Into, which, with amend
ments, was ratltlcd In August of that year
and pioilalmed lit December, piovl.ltnK for
tho lelinqiilshment and sale of tho lands.
In this tic.ity 2uu,nou acres of land were
set apart foi the allotment of tho Indians
and for donations to suveral sectarian
Institutions that hid been established
amonir them l'or the surplus lands fli,
uuo was paid, In elulit annual pa incuts,
after investing JIO.lnH) for the benellt of tho
Indians foi educational puiposes, with tho
toveruincnt, at B per cent Inlerest Under
this auieement It vvas anticipated that
there would be a tnuull lesldue of Jfn,i"-)
acies reserved foi the Shawnees after tho
Indians llvlntr thereon had selected their
allotments. This residue, It wus provided,
Miould be ct upait In a lompn't fotm
for tho ut.e of such "absent" Shawnees
as within live years should return and unite
with the tribe After the expliatlou of
that lime such lesldue, should any be left,
was to be -old in the same manner as the
other surplus lands of the lesei vutlon
This treaty whs made without the eon
tent oi know Kline of tlui "absentee" Shaw
nees, who composed more than half of the
entlro tribe The uoveinment made no ef
fort to llnd the abtient Indians On the
other hand. It seemed clear thut it was
not the intention of the Kove'iniueut to ex
tend anj of tho ndvnntaKeb to them
uf the j(rt,() acres mentioned as .set
ap ut to be convejed in seveialty, tho
tallow lint disposition wux made
In severalty to pie-sent bhawnees,S13S,l!7 72
ro iiiacx nous u inn ein common) jj,j'j.'.;
To Loiih Tail's ban
mi tin e
To chinches ami missions . , ,
l'or absent Shawnees, residue ..
Total , . . , ..1190,015 07
Out of tho 138,r00 acres required to allot
for less than Coo Indians on the resei vutlon,
only 2I.0OO were reserved for the 7d0 ab
sentees Tho absentees all lived In the In.
illan Terrltori, on tho Noith Canadian
river. They ull fought In the Union army.
1 gjly Summer
After the n.ir they went bnek an l xrt
tleil In the ten Not Thej now number
about CO nml leii.le in Uotitw Atomic an l
t'levelind enimUe, t) T, and .1 part nf
the Creek Nation,
t.eft mnmlluit In I Mint ut n "allien by Iter
lliiMuenil- Her "nil Mnr).
A 1,1 c l!e of ileferlloii wni reported to
Uhlef of poll r Pervl jexlerdny
(terdnj mornlnn n neittlj dremteil
yoiitnr Indv enllel on C hlff of Polb-e ?er
vl nml lehited betnixu sobs, nnd sIrIik a
tiioit iiltlfiil oiv Bhe cavo Iter nnme no
Jlri". ltohett Hhiinnun formeil -Mls De
lilah Smith, of t'lliiton Jlo AeeordliiB to
her storv her mother nnd father died when
alto was but ". ir old, and ulnoe that
time fhe his been mtkltie? her home with
friends and distant rclnllve, lint leli
ruiirv, wltlle worklnn in n pilviitn fnmllj
ill t'llnton, Mo Khe became noqunlnlert
with Robert Hhnnnon, of tliln ellv The
aequnintani e devclnped Into poiirlflilp nnd
nn i temill tiny weir rinenReil to l mar
ried A ohort time ami voiinu Shannon
enticed the ijlrl to come to Kanns fill
and prepare lor 'he wed IIiir She e nn
enled and Inoved nil of her wotldly rf
feel to ihlH cltv UKvn her arrival hrr
-In was Informi'd Hint the marrlnitr would
hflv to l poMponed Thin wns n hlir dls
nppolntmitil to her, n she wnn uiiaIiIp to
1 for lioiihl and Intuitu? and ronequent.
Iv he vvao e otnpt'llml K Ito tei work She
fnund emploj in. ut in a pilvnte family in
Kaunas Cltv, .Mil,, nnd rctnnliled theie un
tll last Tuesilav when Hhniinon cnllnd for
her He told her that he hitil rinnlsbeil up
n home lit Knnn city, Kn., and that he
Was readv to marry her They linnrelnl n
street em and w.nt dlrei t to the probate
court of this r-lly and were marrleel Aft
er ("eriirlim u tnnrrl.ice eertllleivte yeuiiiK
Shaiiliou took the girl to the home of his
ller. Jlrn Thompson, of "10 (latlleld avi
title, where lhe remalneil until Thtiisdav,
wnen sue nnewen i laiiK Miinnnon. a iiroui
er of Robert, culled nnd proceeded te abuse,
her In it Hhniiieful mnntier She claims
that he also abused his brother for mai
IV Inn her. on Thurditv Shannon tenik the
Bin to n notorious reoit mi the Mluurl
hi le, wheie he lemallud with her until
niertit About n o'cloik he ltok her nut
wnlklnir and after reaehlnK a deRrnded In
enllt) In the West bottoms he left her
slntidlnir In front of a nloon while he
went Inside She r mnlmd In front of the
saloon ror rally nn hunt, but her husband
failed to return. She was llnally compelled
to leave- the locality by a K.inu of rulllans
The unfortunate clrl telurned to tin1 house
where her htisliiml had e cured lodclntr
and rvniiilneel there nil nic-bt
chief Scrvlsit, after hcurluir her story,
fearltiR that plin mlxlit commit tntlrlde,ent
her to the Huron hotel nnd employ eel a
lady to watch her Weirrnnts hive been
Issued for both Prank nnd Robert Shannon.
r-t.iue civilian Mf.tied vesierdnv that he
was satisfied that the tory told by the
Kill was true and that he would not leave
a stone unturtu-el until he had both men
behind the bars He refuseel to i biw n
reporter to Interview the Rlrl,.i he clnlmed
n rehenral of her story inltrht ntfect her
The statistic, of iiKrleulture nnd hort"
culture, ns letiirned by the live township
assessors recently, have been compiled bv
the countv clerk Aeoorellnu to hi- repoit
this se.iton -there were 13,71.7 acres of corn
planted, V Oil acres of lrl-li potatoes. ,,
acres of sw ee-t potatoes Jl . i r s of ivi.
1,177 acre-e of winter wheat, til7 iiiies of
sprlnn wheat 3.13J ncres of oats, lal aires
of birlev, 1! teres of bin k wheat, 7". acres
of "olKhuin 1.178 acres of other pro-lm t-
There are I.Wi ncres of bluetjrass 3,SB of
tlmothv, 2,811 of clover, 1W of millet. Jll of
orcharel bkiss nnd "j of alfalfa In the
Tho hortl nlttii.il statistics rlictw that
there nre pi-1.771 apple trees bearing ami
ts.-Jll tiees not bccrliiR, 2wM beailni; peach
trees and D.iW peieh trees not beailnir,
2lt57 cherry trees.. 'A1.77J plum trees and
1.071 pear trees There are imO acres of
raspberries, ,V.O acres 0r vineyard, 3M ncres
of blaekbcirles and 100 ncres of Btraw ber
ries. lions,, 1!imr Arrested.
II. A Kepler, a house mover, was arrest
ed ye-stcidny far obstructing the sticet.
He was rclcci.scil under i". bond to appear
fot tilal In police couit this nioinlnK. He
was arrested on complaint of the Consoli
dated Electric Light Company and tho
West Side Street Rillway Comp-my
Kepler hat. been etm.iBcil for the past two
days movim? an old two stoiy frnnio bulld
Inc' throuuh the principal streets of the
city, estenlay he leached the corner ot
l'lfth street und State avenue, vvhete tin
trolley wires ot the West side load and
a larije number of eleetrlo Unlit, telegraph
and telephone wires cios the street. Kep
ler cut two wires, hence the aneat.
A I lnlitli.i; Atteirnev.
Attorney C C. Uall was ni rented last
evening on tho eharire of assaultini; James
(limit Dull died suit some time no for
Jlr. drnnt iiKalnst her husband for di
vorce The coujile- made up nnd the case
was dlsml-sed. (Irnnt met IJall nt the coi
ner of l-'Ifth and Minnesota avenue last
evening nnd called him a cur. He had
scarcely i;ot the vvbrdi, out of his mouth
when Dnll struck him, knocking him ilown,
The attorney tin n klckeil him sevcivil
times Policeman Welsh appeared on the
scene and pine e d Dell under arrest. He
was taken ito the polite station, where he
gave bond for his appearance In pallet
court this morning.
An Olit Unsavory Case-.
Phlneas T. Scruggs, of Independence,
Jlo, who is attempting to establish his
claims on tho estate ot the Jate P. T.
Scruggs, Si , appi-aisl be-fore Judge An
deisoii, of the common picas couit, yc-te-r-diy
The attorney foi tho plaintiff made
an effort to have the ease tin own out of
couit because of Irtemilarltles In the pro
ceedings, The mattei wns taken under ad
visement by .1 ud go Anderson.
I.allil 1'ure ln.se.
The Kaw Valley Townslto and midge
Company yestciday deeded to the Kansas
City Car and I'oundry Company thirteen
ncres of propel ty situated Just south of the
present iilant ot the latter compniy nnd
ue loss tho Union Tei initial Hacks. Tho
consider ition named In tho deed wis
$3;,(i0 Tho pur.hnslng company will build
an udditlon to Its ptctent works.
(letting Iteeily for llimlurss.
The Ciilcngo (lie it Western and other
lailioads aio taking ndvautae of Lin- light
btisluciss this mouth ami are gutting as
many empty cms Into theli y arils us iio--.s-be,
io accommodate the lush this fall that
will be chiimI by the eiioimous corn etop
in Kunsih The Chicago (Ireat W. -stein
Is having ui) e.eis. n palled and lepntnted at
tho Kansas City ear and fouuiliy vvoiks
I've iirnKn to lllsiiiuik llrove.
members of the Noiclcns Venner
Swedish Society, of ibis city, will tun a
Sriud exclusion to lllstnaivk grove next
und.iy Speeches, dnnclnB, singing ami
all kinds of Buincs will bu Indulgcil In. Tho
tiulii will leuve the Union depot at S.30 a,
m, nnd will ic-turn at 7 30 .lu the evening.
The society has completed nil arrange
ments for Hit- picnic and a good titno may
'lei Appraise the orbs.
W. E Wagner, of Topek.i, master In
chaiiceiy lu the Aige-ntlim vvatui works
and eleetrlo light vvoiks loieclosiiro, yes
terday Hpiinlnteel W. 11, Ryus, (.. W. Peiu
sou and Walter Noiton as appraisers to
determine thu value nf the walks. Tho
works, which are said to be the best in
tho state, will bo sold at the door of tho
Wyandotte county court houso August CO.
lenv lle-r.le r Ariesteel,
John Ilutchcr. a 17-year-old boy, vvas ar
rested by the police yestenlay for herding
ctitlln inside of the city limits His bond
was ilxeil nt $10 and being unuble to furnUh
the required amount ho was locked up,
Honey to loan, W. A. HIJtl'SON.
Henry .Morgan vvas adjudge d insauu lu
tho piubato cotu t yesterday, nml hu will
bo taken to tho suite Insane asylum as
boon as loom can be made tor him
The caso of Roy against tho defunct
Midway Lumber Company was on tilal In
the district court yestciday The suit in
volves only a small amount
To Rent A 8 loom house ut l-'ouith and
Eveiett avenue Call at Journal blanch
olllce. Columbia bulldim,
William Quliiu, son of John Qiilun. who
vvas leccntly sent to the penitential y for
life for the muiiler of Patsy Clayton, wus
sent to Jail for ten dnya by Police J inlye
Lclund ye-hleiday morning fot stealing a
pocketbook fiom Jones St Co,
A very' attractive curd U presented by
tho Ocutlenie-n'f. Dilvlng Club tor this aft
ernoon, ami romu c losu finishes, ule looked
foi, There will bo four events a roadsters
luce, trot or pacoj a 2 JO clas,s trot or pace,
a 2-13 class trot or pace, and u double team
Wanted 1,000.000 people to uttend the
IJethuny hospital musical nnd Ice cream
bocial at Huron place this, evening.
i-i.itMi.v w. m:vs.
Oscar Williams, of St. Joseph, Jlo.. wns
lu the city ytstenlay, the guest of ft lends.
Miss .Minnie Wuiueldorff has gouo to Ds.
wcbo, Kai, . wheie nhe will tpeud u week
with friends and iclaflves.
Jits. B W. CombJ, of Sedan. Kas., U the
puc-bt ot Mrs. 11. M. Holmes, of Chelsea
A. u. Bhaeffcr, of Valley Kulls. wus In
thp eitl yoslenlny, the rucsi of w 1!
Mr. Albert A'tmiiD, fnrniMv isf inu ellv
linn Ftriiiril Hip pnsluon or niBtmijer nf the
Snti I'rnmlArn otllep nf the Johnson, Pa
Steel Ceimpaiiv. lie was. In -be e itj ypMer
lnv vlltjng frlPiul. anil vin Ipavb poon
rot Sam PrnnclAto
Mlssgs llelle nml rntile llPtiPHIel. or
New. York, vvern Hip mlet or Mim l.lrrip
HeifliK y PMPtttrty.
MtP .. W Cnpi.,of lllnn. Mn. nnd
MIM l.lvn Renl nf lliilrblnsim. Rflf . nre
guests of W. E. llnleP utld fAliiliy, of rilnte
While llP-hlliR friitii n pier of Hip Kansn.
nvptiue brldue In the Knvv tivejr yptprd
nflpriiooti, Thotmis Lnntsr, a lot nt paper
hntnipr, iiisl ),n balaliep tin-l fell orr tin
pier He landed Upon Hip rlphipplhK. mill
In Hip tall broke his ipft nun was broken
near the w rlt tl was nlsn ilij,n, ateil at
the rjbow and lie was bniiwd bnelly all
.Mr nnd Mr It E tllllnli of t!il Penn
svlvniiln iivpniit, ate Hip proud pnrents
or n in w itninjlitpr
.Mm A l-i WattROiier, of Topeka. Is Hie
curst of Mr mill Jlfs, It. 1! Ulliuly, of
There will be a rooel repipseiilnllpti from
AtmoiinlAle on lin llurllnnton exe-niloii
to tjulney one week from nevt Sumtiiy.
iniil Eliener, the Kiiiipiip avenue fur
tlltuie italic r, Imp e-nmplrtPil his new heitii''.
oil Hie Arenllni boiileviittt, nnel will Irtov
Into It to-ilay.
The bulKs of the tUptlsl church Will
Dive nn he cream so-In I In flhawm-e patk
next Tuesday rvmilnn
The In.lles of the Christian church will
Klve their social tii-iiluiil In Shawnee patk
The niPmliet nf the Itebeknh deglee I
( O. P. gave .Mr:. 1, llnhr it pleasant pur
nrlse last Wednesday evening.
I'e-arl Parrls, a I J- ear-old boy, who
works nt the fuller Urns. ,Vi Toll inc rnc
tnrv, on Adams stiept, hid his left b-g
biiiken vesierelav bv a trilik loid eif linn
br tipping over upon him lie was re
lu-neel to hip home, 7H South Sixth sln-t.
w be-to Dr. J. u Jlllner etri-ssed his In
jury. .Mrs Mngsle Curtis, cvlto was Perlously
III at her home, 301 llergr-t iivenup, Is e-ein-valewltig.
Her Illness wns nervous pros
tration from trlghl List VVednesrlnv
evening she wns out wnlklnt: on Third
street, iie-nr her home, vvIipii she met a
inloie-d mm. who aelnd sttainselv, ami
she ran home. S'ip was found prostritel
by het husbind when he earn- home from
work nnel has been 111 ever sliu-e,
'Hie women of the (J A It iiuxllinrv of
Armnlintnle will ulve nn b ileum social
111 Shavvneo puk next Jloiidav evening
The elemented woman, .Mrs Irea, who
disappeared from the honm of a friend
on Shawnee avenue, where she was a.
Itlng last .Monday night Is still missing
John Buck, tif Laiislmr MI'-li , Is the
guest of his brother, lleorgo Iluck, of
There wis a large .illendince hist night
nt I'rofcsHor Luettke'a piano recital at
the IJapllsl chtiiih
The little pon of Jtr and Mis Smith,
of U South Eighth mrect. Is seriously III
Mis C. E .Miles nnd little son have
gone to Unipotln, Kits, to visit relitlves
The Weinun'p Home Sewing Clicle wis
entertalneil yesterday by .Mrs. A. Pot el,
of fiotilli Eighth stieet
A Jl.iyei, or this city, has fallen heir to
n valuable i-talo In Tennessee, mar Nash
ville, and left vest,- day for lint oily to
look after his Interests,
Jllsi re ints broke Into the Salvation Artnv
tent last night anil cut the heads out of
the drums of the army.
The American Hoys' Club has arranged
to give a, picnic nt Jlelilam park next
T'redille, the l-year-old son of .Mr. urI
Jlis Thomas Payne, ot the West end. was
bitten several days ago bv a large New
foundlind clog owned bv -i man name I
Hall The dog was not thought to be ma
and no trouble was pvpneted to crime fiom
Hie bite Yesterday, however. Inltamma
Hon set in In the child's fine, wheie the
bite ecus, and he was taken to Kansas
Cltv, Jlo., where a mad slone was npiilb-d
The stone stuck to the wound nine hours
after which the child was brought home
The stone- will be applied agilii 111 a few
The lliotherhond of Rnllwnv Tialiimen
nf Argentine will give a pl uh at Pair
mount puk next Monday. Spe. I.il trains
will be run on the Air line through to the
patk from Argentine! to accommodate those
who wish to attend
JIIss Henry, ot Wlinteliere, In., who has
been visiting her sister. .Mrs S. L Heaps,
will re tin n home to-day
The oelal given last evening at the
home of .Ml and .Mrs T J. Payne bv the
mcinlieis of thu ltnptist chur.li was a
grt It sue Cess.
Constable T JI Ilam-tt arrested I'harles
Wagnri, Piank Klein nnd .1 Allen yester
day on the charge of using n net In tho
Kaw river. They were arraigned In Jus
tice Hen's conn, but were ellsnils-ed, as
they had n yet e might no llsli .md prom
ised they would do no moio llshlng in that
Allien Cuubirrus has been appointed
hend watchman at the smelter. He wn-
faiiuerly on the . ity police force
Leu Clrew and P Prost were nrrested
Thursday night for lighting, drew tor
felted his bond and Piost was given fifteen
days In Jail.
Don't foiget the entertainment nt the
Jr. E. ehiirch to-night, given bv Jlis. .May
Steal u and member-, of tho Epworth
The annual school meeting of district
No. 13 will be held on Thursday, July 2
Ilurglars visited AI Slatot'a. home
Wediiesdny night and carried his trousers,
to the front v ml. The-y got some small
eliaiiHP, Entrance w is secured by cutting
a sen. en out ot the window.-
Leave oieleis nnd Items foi the Kansas
City Journal oi the poMeitllce. It. L Stltie's
ollleei and P Clnsen's grocery Htoie
The Degiee of Honor met In Its hill
Thursdiy night ami Installed the follow
ing ollleers: .Mrs. J ilrint, chief of liniioi ,
Jlis Illshop, huh of honor; .Mrs I II
.Morgan, chief of icremonlesj Jlis e"
Hates, flnmiclei , Jlis Jl Ilelinln, re
eolvei, JI. Ulanford, lecoieler.
The Knnnns City Journal Is delivered in
Itosedule by Eitgcno Jlllle-r who will also
collect for siuie ut the reduced inte of 10
cents a week anil make his collections
There Is no baking powder which pro
diiees such swecct and tasteful food ns the
Royal liaklng Powdei
BRIEF ITEJVS BY WIRE.
New York, July 11 W. II. Crosunaii ex.
llio, collec liiiporteis, will ship between
$7Vt.fV) nnd Jl.OCm.OOO In gold to Europe to
moriow Washington, July 19 -Tho piesldout has
Issued un order placing employes of ail
pension agencies under civil scivlee tulcs
Washington, July 19 There was u net
gain of about 5W.CO0 In the gold receive
Washington, July 1!). James L. Tiavcrs,
a ncfiio. wus hanged at the ellstilct Jail
hero at ll'3i) o'clock. Tho trlino lor vvlilih
Tiuvcis was haimeil was tho miirilir of his
iiiistic-bs, Lena llioss, on tho linh of list
Novcmbci, About noon of that day the
body of the young woman wus dlscinei.-d
In the woods, with tho tlun.it cut from ear
to car. Truvers later eoutossril to the
for 10 cents
fie Largest'piece of Good
tobacco ever sold o. the money
OUR STORE WILL BIB AT
TENTH AND MAIN
AFTER SEPTEHBER i.
All our present stock MUST ho disposed of prior
dollar's worth you wish to huy, briny: 50 cents here.
Some Examples of the Amount of Saving.
1 ill li iy now rtliv
N Is 1 1' used I" Ort-
- 11 ,1 i - r. , OstJC
V 11 t iv eiow nnv
N kw ir 11 11 n. used In Pjyfa-,
ill . 1 ' i- .... ItI
e 1 nil I IV flow 1IIV PlIB
1"' I Hi 1 Hi iisr, o soil llO
a- t f-r I-2C
V 111 1 u n w any SUs-
1 r Hi 1 iv- used to ppII
nt -1 etit f 11
Ui in iniv now nny Cot
1 ir i it w. a., I to sell nt O
1.. - tiK f.r OC
11 en b-ie now nnv Col
1 ir eie wi ns- -I In sell nt
in 1 nt- t iiiiv i!" It, 1; imt I
17' 1 f.r IC
You e m i.iiv unit my Cuff-
that w ei-r I to s. II at Ij Qn
e 1 nts for Oli
You m I v notv nny 1 n
Inun b rr i slm t t lint we use OQ-
to at 0 cents rot . i&?7L
Tito cn.lh'd vmiuthihuf stock Io he disposed of in bull: to the
liiylicst bidder on the last of Juhj.
So pninf-pn-itixc am 1 (if itl iovvor that I consider U nn tliUy I isotid tvveibi Ulcsfrcc teitli-ise f-r x ut re.ieicr-, who
have Consumption or .my Lung Trouble if thoy will write me their express and pnst-nllieo n-ldiesi
Eslabtlslieel 1171.. Mncrrclj, T. A. SI.OOI M, .11. i:., 1st Pen. I strut, N.-vv ork.
Tho Kelunrinl and RiiMticss Mnnngenicnt ot thu Paper (.unrinn e- the (.cnuliictic-s of toe ai w !'. pa nnna
fi A J jte'&
It'-, a saver of labor, time and niuiu-y
Kingsford'-, Oswciu St.trrh- ' Silver Gloss" and Pure" ind
IxiiiRsford's rorii Starch ate absolutely pure" excellent in qnahtv
never vary Ask jour grocers
T. KINGSFORD &
QEFORE and AFTER
4'iriIlI'M trcnKthPflsiinl rcKlorpriKim.IUvruk urk'aiiH.
'iim i-i ..).. mult rt r urn not nirnl hr l)r(iir4 K ho. ntisn nlnPtr pit n nt uri troubled with
Irotnltlli. ri'I IM'N llli ttm only knon rrrnfdy toriirnnliliuutbiiDp ritlun. VifNttitlmonl
nli V wriui'iiciurmit. iiRlvruttinliniiney rr-turiMd if Hz Unxt dm r nottlf.it tt I ormiuirtituro.
IjmUint nx(Tjr$Vxi ttyuul, hviitlfor I'Hk.r.circul.irninUi'stlmoi.ials.
Aildrias I..VOli JICDM'IMH'UmI'.O, UoxauTtl.Haiil'rRiiclsco.CaU
Tor Fule by II C. ArnoM Mh an Main t., Kanpai City. Mo
vViVl W T-3 V
-itrti! vllt till
cx , 1 ten AUg. 13 VH fli i i "-( nsth i (1 i
b -l I ! lJMfr tfi If i tit (ull if r k ir t r l t
U p fp jit U ally Mitel ny! tir ral(l lo i fi - ei
r 1 J m l alfi ir inn u it 1 rr I 1
1 1 nnr D f n m .1 nit a anil 1lh Tsi nmna HHif
liesun. 'il 1 vve-e-1.3. r , ' r .. si tilryv ir i,.f, . u its . tr I i-
W U Zahner. drugglat, cor Orand ave. and 12th St.. Kansas City, Mo
HlXrOKR ONE-YOU'LL WANT ANOTJ TElt.
nisiitiiil iim. uri'iiiM .. UAWArJA PIRADQ I ( ll ts. s. t:tn i:,
LilhtL. ini.nl lly, Un. 'J'eU'nol nMVMIIH UlUrtnO. I Maker. liipekii,
o mull nrptiaij. With
Jjh -su(....l tliuni...iv.
BEFOREANQAFUr. USING uuvib'r. AUJre.iAl'.KVr. ki:i:iit.- "uiu 'Jtuipio, cuit-ao.lu.
Bold In Kansas City. Mo., by II. C. ArnclJ. Druggist, rifth and Main etrcata.
Try the Journal,
hi n v i v
"si, ii i a - v us. d
o fi li nt ' ( f .r
lall 1 Vou ' nn I- tv
How any -.nit Hi ii t O O "7 '
11-1 I to s,.i at j; r -i 9 t3 O
I. d 2 mi iii I iy
lieivv any -.nit tiiu w. ty A r
lis. I in s, at ft for sDai
1 "t " Vein en b iv
now nnv sun ti,.,t n fl c: ircr
us, I to sell nt tin fot 3eJfD
Lot l You . HI liny
now any -nut im' w- a Cf
tl-i.l tei -ell at it lot 9D.OU
KNEE PANTS SUITS.
Lot 1-Von e an buy
luvv any ui in it we t . rsf
ii--el to s It at J. n r.u ifrl iU
lH 2 em i an buv
how any mill Hint w tC-J y K
us, t u i r r -r 5l.0
Loi - em i an lm
now any nit ihut vv I C '
li 1 to sell it JI foi eJlliOiJ
Lot t ou - in buv
li w any suit that w (fin yt r
use 1 lu sell at J, fni 3Ji.,cfJ
KniTor. I have an absolute rcmcilv for Cfinsnmpiinn aivl a'l Thriat atpl I.unc
titnclv use tlimisaiiils id li-ipei ss eases have
Light Hearted "ft
she's so because Ik r work ts
shurtoncil ami betier She's
learned the secret- the- use r,f
The perfect vithl ii a(rr starch
SON, Oswego, N. Y.
Hon of a famouil much iihl hn, will quicKlrury 3 on .f all n r
0111 uv tlisuiM.i at tho etMiiraltMi nru'aiK, Mali n fut ilf.iihHKl
Innimuh, rjilfism tho Jlivck.hemltul Jint-x5lniis Ncrus P.Mlliv.
l'iiiipleit Vlitlinei)-! to .Marry, I xlmiHthur J)rniiii, VtrlrrxrlH u i
('t)U3tljittl(Jii. it tnp- nil lotion l iliy or titfrht i'u'vrnl quic L
iif -1 of ilist lurB". hit hit not . Iip' hil load; to hpOTniaturrliipft ami
oil thrliormrH... Impotfiicy i I'lM !i;,N l, 1 UmncHthulUu, tho
ki Iiioimi( th urinary nranuol ull impurities.
ef r "t u pcMIitv t s uf K" li I owe r uu lihf
it f it $ 1 n "t Hirth i 11 "1 any aue, u
i' iirtft- tc i, 111 n
Or. OeLap's "RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
is h.vri: ami Ai.WAts iii i.iAiu.i-:.
Far letter than Tausy or I'l-unj royal Tills and alt similar me tl
(lues bucctufaltij used lu ihouaiuiL ut cum- ll K;i 'r triiirjj
t.uiiranlftJ t-eiil piomtnly teale-eli en receipt of II 00 Avoid fall
tiro and disappointment I'lepaicel ly (Mil Dr. IleLap, of I'arli,
rrJiici-, spc-ci ilist lu female) cimipl.iliu. m yejri)- piaetlce. boapli.il
and olllce. l'or sale by JOHNSON IlltOS , llriigw'lulK, IIW Mulu
St., Kansas City, Mo So a Wcsic-ru AEnt
rli","Jt'iil r-mat -
ilpJlaHt all itruii Alt
catei ueUu Ueut Metuurr. l.onf Itralnr wi r. )U'mJj.cJii', Uukcfuinft.
t r, - tt n i k. i . l. I . i. .t . i .... k . . j..- ..I Lira nanii.l i.si .if imu.K
Di:otiirnilTn()rfnniitith(ri.Pirniivi .1 bv Lt LTUXtTlloil. VUUlll ltll ITI Ul
)xceJlTOUn o(t"baCco.upliiinoritiiiiMUitf, mUIiUI t to liiiinnU j. ( ,m
lunnuettrrieiii.nrjsi"'" r mu "
a KAurdtr kcuIumi t 1 1 It'll uuuruutt'tt to curn
I'l roil I IruA si l;l 1 ( U I lIrUU!lll. Ask lOf lt. tttkll
45c per month.
to that time, l-or every
We'll do the rest.
e"i a ii buv n tv ti v t e
e . 1 1 1 1 n w i lis i i . . rr
en a - nts for OUli
vol i-i one now ni i
i l .v - h it w l
ill V til. for
V mi in Iniv ntic Pii
Jl 1 IS III 11. n Hi ll IV I - I
t ) f I l! -. if tl's f
V I ill buv now lie N' (?
1 ' -lllll lllll II I
I. . 'Ill- f -1
V i ii iv t ei v now i u .
I i i Sh rt Htni w. iij I i nn-.
I ii .i eetits f ,. CJC
HI ii I, buv IlilW HIV Ve
I (. - -l I tlwil 1 I j IT-
s II it J . ents f.n I j
LAUNDERED WHITE SHIRTS.
"I -II .11 1 IIV II -W ll
SI ii-- Hint we il- 1 io 1 . I 0-
7j e lit I fol VCm j
MEN'S STRAW HATS.
1 ..t i V i m I i ii vv
ne v Hiriev Hi' i ii- w I PT
.. I ;.. 'I ,n . ' -ii f IwlC
be-e-ti .ilieai1. tiirni.incnt v e rc-t
I'lio-or-ip io.i Ii m Lite
- I. stm-es Yltalilv.
lllll ll IV
row 1 in 1 1
1 III si 11
CI VII lit
'Dr. OeLap's New Life Pills."
- tin lib iv. t. Till 11 . i I- VV
Nn I.e. Nt. Lit' ll l I- u
i I iim lilv I'm, I utii ii n i
v v i in . iihii will i. kni Hi ii I
ti ii Fk i l i n I o!! nn it w ' i c
il ic nillil'ul li,.ii li . i UK i
JilUV.lv inn- Nl.lt .il -s.M' --
. His. 1 lllllll IVU .., U-. ol t ,ll I i
i ii-.i -1 1 nt til 1 1 I -. It.-toies 1 i "--I
I i iV I It .in i VI I'VLl'l V I M I'' i
I I si-v Mining i:iih-ii. -
i VII INi! JII'MilHt, WA.-.I I Nil Nl-
i vi -. ii i m.l . if. t- .it f. ir iiiii
1,1 v. i ss und mai-. r-lion, w li h in -III-
ii. I. n marring . hii-im- i
-.Inn It not only elites bv - i 1.
it Hi. m tl nf Hi, ills, i - 1 ut I
.i n si:rtvi; tuni- .u i i i i -i-
I I Itll'lHIl It brill.-- bit k ll., -l I
i ,i i iv 'in I'ali; i-iii ik H
I--, i. tin run: m- lot in i
. - , ii ilruKgb mi n ei ii
I VI' S ' -no other U in it i-l-ii
i in- I Hum Hi, t 1 1 n.ii . I
1-1 L VI' Hi. i-i it I i i i i
i I n w lie. hits Ii e I I li i I v i
l.i ll lin-pll ll in 1 i I'l 11 1 ;i
in - l ..l IH-' Hi- s i ii I ii I 18
in . l . k. I - i I v i i , I - il , f
n liu Ill ! i l i I. i .1 -I H
I- Vi l vi .1 li ill s in- Willi
vv i : i i 1 1 . li v I - v s i h i : 'i . i .
TIV I l. l I Jtl'. I'll HI. I I M c
Mi M V
1 i - il by
JOHNSON BROS., Druggists,
In sir. 1 1. - l.iin. ii l ne. lit.
xxaasca tirnrmn Eas-ac--.
Oldest and Original.
zs tvt r
io West Ninth St. .Kimsns City, flu
Leading ami .Seiecss fin .SpseUiu-, m luaol
Net veils jinl l rhisry llltetses
Mil vols in nil. lit, Willi lu many
Ciomuv fv mp'ouis eure.l
lusl 1 1 1 tl 1 1 1 r.u meiHlv ici. tad
M I'llll.ls cure i ' ir llio with, ut nii-ieiirr
lltl.Stllt IMSl tl ee.re-.l IIIIK.lV lul
ttins tl, i. oi in. us i aii. consult nr ir.
J UliHltfl and re elve tli i audlel uplulou ot I
pliysl unof experlenie sMll and Integrity. ,Ni
piouil.e-s made til u .annul Ui Iiiltlllecl.
.vil.HHIM.s furnUUeel at nu-ill cost, uitl
(rut auywliero tealta Treatment .M.VI.i;
M..M' V, It. I.
riti:i, loiLuliiuon and urlinry au'yl
(- Ill llltl ' Ballli and emerge-iiclei scale l
UUU'L tor II nulls t.unps. lilauu iVw,
tall or address hi iouildenc
Dr. H, J. WHITTIER,
III tti-t Mutli SI IvA.NaVS C'llt, 1H.
Hilt II it a non relinnc f
r'lueHJx, f,r iiuiui.iaii,
i-le-et, apeirmttlun uu
Willie., uuilllli ' .1 ,1 ...
'fur,. -r u, ttuiuuii
ti o. lerltiti n r u. u.
ri.i.o,. fvut.iion, ll ft i I jji rut liKUl-
IrHlEltljOHlMiritCo. " io utrluEtut.
t.L.l.k.-.n I k.lj 1.V lb..l..l.,-
'r inl lu plain urappr,
l.W a.r,... (run. .11 f ..
tn. r J Lottie, f i T.
Cireuui .cut en luc.
; i hit iiiti
1 - 1$a&&? k
jm.l.v - r
lo l.jr. 1
I Jrr llQkfiata.4
W &ol to llfUisff.
THE JOUBjNAL, 10c Week