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V5IF, KANSAS CITY JOniXAI WHHNKSDAV. .UL-Y 21,190,-;.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business
Central ".Vl'.Y.i.'m, .V"
Wp make n specialty of nil kinds of
sausages, kettlp tendcrci lnrl hams nti.l
Imcon of our own tnanufai tore Hoard
ing house hotels nnd rtstntirnnts sup-
remember there It
o hrrlry Institute
In Kmiiui I It. Mn
Ilewnre ot Cheap
JosOcc or the 1'mcc,
lied Orders delivered prompt!)'.
MS Ml.NNl.SOTA ANLNUK.
BELLE VIEW I
&10 rnli. biiluiito tsl
I ir month.
rerlortned with mil C V CimncAn , xn
publicity If rwiiitei! J "' IfUPSOn 4 COD,
I ollccllons a specialty Chatnl cr of Coin. Hide
George M.Kughes. Practical. Mconoum. t h CAKPEXTER,
Riva imir illmai nn1 tl.n rtll.,"
Justice cf the I'tsee,
Nnw Number vtW
4-i'l Minnesota Ave.
All Uuiincs Promptly
i:. it. i'ai.i,i:m)i:ic
l'lll.M t.MI I).,
H your property
insured' If not, do
tint hesitate, hut In
niro al once w ltli
noDsos i. noijso.v,
ell North Sixth Street.
,tob printers and
book hinders Our work
l i?uariutpd You
Can sive monev nnd
patronIr home Indus
tries nt thn tame time
training on tit C it.
MS Minnesota ave.
2?0tt COUNTY SjUUVLYOIt,
Now af Istant to County Surveyor Williamson,
subject todecl-loii of Hwptibllfanrontpntlnn
Subject to decision of Ilcpuullcin conven
tlnn. J70K COKO.VHlt,
ARTHUR H. STEVENS,
Kor re election, subject todocUlon of Kcpub
UOn COUNTY CLUHK.
J. H. LASLEY.
-fon county THUASunnn,
Subject to decision of Republican Conven-
Won COUNTY THUASUJIUII,
JOHN W. FERGUSON.
Subject to decision. o Republican Con
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. -JjiOIt JUDOU Of TUU DIST11ICT COUUT
JAMES S. GIBSON.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
tention U'OK COI NTY CblillK,
GEORGE T. SAVAGE,
Candidate for county cWk
tMibJpct to tin- Hi publluiii lonvcnilon.
g Tho Journal office has been b
H removed irom tho Chamber K
q of Commerce to the first floor k
M of the Columbia Building at
H Sixth street and Minnesota
ij avenue- C
fill 1IINM.SOI i:.
HARRY DARLINGTON, mZHU.
JJooni WC), J'ortsmoutlL IJIdo-.
WILL NOT PAY FEES.
COUJt-TY IIOAIill T.lfi:s ACTION IN Itl
I.AItll TO ArrilAI.IIIJ C'Abl.S.
SAYS COUNTY IS NOT LIABLE.
1H1Z TitANsrilK OI' I'AsSIINC.IM'.S Wll.I,
in: itr.su.v.i:!) .vi nivi:nvu:v.
Ilorscii nt (iraniUioK Mnlilipil bj Soiiii-ono
Unknown 'llio I.1 llnitlmrs Ro-
lo.isril rriini tho County .l.ill
VVouiiili'il Diirlnir u Oil.'il-
rcl Other Nills.
Tho attorney Kcncr.il of K.msias will
lieredftcr bo icrtutroil to tako ,ir of thu
Ht.ito's tide of .til I'llminal ciioub .ippe.iii'it
from this county to tho supreme t out I. Tlio
lounty bo.ud. at .i uiectinB held jeMcrday,
leclded that it would not allow any foes
to the county atlornoj or any oilur at
torney for uppeatliiK In the siiptPino court
In criminal cases. The boatd claimed that
H was tlio duty of tho attorney seneial to
do this work, and that tho toiiiuj should
not be placed lo any expense whatever In
This Is the llrs.1 time this nuoMlon has
atitcn In this county. Heretofore the roiiu
ty attorney lias always appeal ed III the
fciipreino court In all appealed criminal
cases and the county ! p'ld the expeno
of tho trll unit libetal fees. Ill older lo
comply with the letter ot tlio law. County
Attoiney Millet untitled the board uf raw
iiiisslopeis that there wtiu a number of
criminal cases and also seveuil civil cases
In which the county wab lntcieied, on the
docket of tho supreme eouit. He save- tho
notice o that lie would be able to get his
expenses paid and also fees for nttendln
to tho suits. The law piuvldci, that un
less notlco is Blven tho count ntlotnej
.innot collect any tecs when he oes out
hide of the count to attend lo lefciil bul.
jic'ss for the county The county board did
tot fcVo hlin uutnorlO to alt.nd to the
cases at that time, but took the matter
under advisement , ... . .
After looklut; ni the law, the boaid do
cided that It was the duty of the attotru
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S. Gov't Report
Because They Advertise,
Phone, No Westlsl
II. I. Wtri.l', I'rnp.,
fttli A. state s
Hniutii City, Kansas.
M ItliSoottitnir, Ilnlm Oll-
Cnnrcr, 1 miinr, Catarrh.
I t renin imil nil skin Hit
iiixs. fiiil Inr llimk.
l'li-iiso mention dnimmt.
Dr. D. M. BYE,
Collllllllllllnn mi ( nrc
will save themselves You enn save ' Hiiidtiniirtcrs fur
one dlmn on rvpry dollar's worth i ".'""" M " ,,n rl
or groceries purchased from us ' f liiilij, Mints, l.ljn
fttviTinvf rtiinni'tiv smi iimm I mill Dressed Chick-
V. W. OVmtTOM,
I III Mlnnesol i Air.
tol. Wist II 2.
HINCH BROS. U,
'lh short Order TZSSVU.a f,
I. .ffllllni. .In.n nn.l
tie-it- Homemade Plus, Fm ffifilinr
S.ir?c!!rrV-!.i?,Rl,t " ! "yi.ndn.ln ... Co.,
1111 Mimic lotn Av. i Hasted III, Ig.
IMH.I lll'AI. ANMl'.NCi:ttl".M.
JfOH ltUOISTUU OK JJUliUS.
ORRIN W. SHEPPERD.
Subject to decision ot Republican Con
vpntlon. JfOlt CLURK COURT COM.MON l'LCAS,
WILL F. PETERS.
flulijert to dccliIon of Republican Con
vention. JjiOR COUNTY Clonic,
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. joit siiumrr,
JACOB W. LONGFELLOW
Subject to decision ot Republican Con
vention. jou siiuiurr.
Rubjnct lo the decision of the Republican
JjiOR COUNTY CLURK.
Subject to the decision of the Republican
DR. V. L. TODD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. JOR SHURIKP,
C. W. LITCHFIELD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. unti'iil to attend to all riimiiuil a-.es ap
pi.iled to the MiptPine c mn t and that tlie
i oiintv attorney m i utility board wa not
ti-ponsihlo foi any can after an appeal
Tin- board, however, decided to emplov
the count attorney to attend to all of the
i ail uinok vendltiL, in the mipiptne i oitrt
in whii li the county was Interested, There
aie a number of ca'-ei, pendlnK their, and
tin board made an older allow ini; the couu
t ntioiucy til) for fooi and expenses In
each cite wlilch he tries.
mviiv t limit ii:i:i:ixnt.
The County Uniiiil OrdeiH tin, Ilolpiiin of
the I.cwl-. llrotherh.
Tlie bo-ird of count v lommlssloneis lipid
a mi I'tiiicr vi'stetdav afteinoon ard ordered
the release rrom the (ouiitj jail of the
two Lewis litotheis, who have been stiv
Imk time ai substitutes foi U .1. Mjeis
and ' II. .Mason, liartendeis of Aifferitiuo.
Alviis nnd Mnhon weie ainsted Mime time
ao and wave bond for their appearance
at the lollowliiK terin of the toiirt. When
niirl lonvened the Lewis bos appeared
and stated that thev . weie Mason and
Mvei They pleaded kuIIi and were
i ii It lined 41U0 and costs ami .sentenced to
tliutv dnys In the county J.ill Thev have
si ri d tile sentenie, but they did not want
lo work out the tines and i osts on the
inik Idle, to they made an applliatiun to
tlie count boatd for their telease The
boaid oidered them teleased upon tlie
paiuent of half tin llius and all the costs.
The i imipt-omisi was aciopted and tlie
' lointki-i pers" who hlrtd the prii-oucrs to
Ko to jail paid the amounts and they wore
An apidleation was also made by Thomas
Campbell for his release. lie was sent
theie lor frolilnc llipiot. but hi Is now sick
Mid wants to net out The board made tho
name order tli.it It did In the l.owls cases
but Campbell was unable lo p ly the cosIh
and half the Hue and will Milt teinain In
Thomas ShulU was also ordered re
leased ri oin jail upon condition thai he
p.i into the court W a week until the lino
and eosts are paid. He was still to jail
for petit larceny.
a i.i in. i: no'.-, akvici:.
'tells a Visitor to Colorado Not tn l'rni liilni
llluifcolf a (.olilliiiir
"liven the children talk silver In Colo
rado," said Frank ICenney, deputy eletk
of tho common pleas lonrl. o.sterduv after
his leiurn troni the rentennlal Mate.
"Whiln out there f took a ride one day
around the loop and when I cot off tho
train at Silver J'lume to takf dinner, a
number or littlo boys and Klrls tushed at
me, as well a at the othet passeiiKers, nnd
wanter to fell specimens, which they were
canv ins In cl.-at boxes
" 'What kind of specimens arc they?' I
' 'Silver ore,' replied the children In cho
rus " "I don't want any silver ore specimens,"
said I, 'I am a goldling '
"I had s.-arecel finished the t-enteneo
when a little boy eauirht me by the arm
und whispered In mj ear-
'Better not let the folks hero know It:
they don't like fioldhugs ' "
WANT TO HAItMONIZi:.
'lulk of I'liniiiilld.itlni; I he Thrco Itepnb
lit mi (lulls or thn 'llilnl Ward.
Theie H rnucli talk favorable to consoli
dation of the dllTeiem Republican clubs of
the Thltd wutd The matter has been dis
cussed I) the niembeis or each of the tlllee
i lubs, and they stun anxious to unite and
orKitnUe a IiIb union club, Tho Intention
Is, if the scheme Is cailied out, to elfect the
luoposed lousolidatloii at oiue, so that all
can act in hutmouy in the bclecllon of dele
gates to iho comliiK county convuntlon.
l.llld ('ouveed trt the Clt,
The Kansas City Stock Yards Compaii
yesteiday filed, with the rcBlster ot deeds
a warrant died conveying' to the city vS
Kansas City, Kas., a small strip of land
extendlns about KM feet east from the east
md of the new Kansas avenue bridge.
The deed was slven accordlnn to an asree-
tnrnt ctltrn ) (lit I Mil n the i lt T, I h
toi k vrd until ui linn, the li lu
III Itlll.MIs WtlltK.
They Intern lli-litpuip mid Mntl n Unlili
The lionie of Iloberl I'urteu S'o UT. Npvv
Jir"ev ai.iie win inteird b burnlMts
Mnniliiv tilirhi nnd notw Ithntnn Htm Dip
rail Hint l In imhilirm of tltP fitmlly were
nsltep In lb. hmifi nt the llltlt, Hip tnl'-ber-
rntimtikid It rrntn NllchPti to pallor
A vvittih 1J in i ash. mid ipvpml limtfe-
nniu nritiie were inriiru nway
wnti li and Hit tnonev wire tnketi from
fuiieir 'lotbes, which weie on n drerset
litnr hl bed
Tin- roblieiv un not dlenvpred until Hie
fntnllv nwoki vesterilii tnornlnK. Mr Cur
ren nme m Hiinitt o clock and found his
dnlliliiK iMnu on the tlonr with thp jiorket"
turnt-d ln.t mil A Imslv Investlltmion
develoiied the fact that he Wfl minus till
waii b mi l ninntv The furnlltirc In nil
the otlu r rootim was disturbed.
A WOMAN'S Mill,
she, rnt v.t.dtlll Diiinmes for lleliiK Mil
It li li it li lolls Hue.
t.oule l.tdhetter jesterday tiled soil In
tin dlshl t .nnrt att'ilnst .Mrs. Iltntna Mor
Kiiu and William Mm ami lo lecovei W nmi
us dnin.iRf" ror IwIiik bitten by their doR.
Tin pbitiitirf nnd di ftudalits reside nt Hose-
Inle Mts l.tdlxttei, In the iietltlon, iHlins
that the defendants unlitwfuilv. wlllfulls,
wiititonh and hcmIIB' ntiv hnrbot it cpitnin
i ross, unriilv film Inns vellow don. nnd
Hint Inst IVfituiuv "aid do pnttnipil upoh
Int. bltltiK her on tin hip bm-k, shoulder
ntid nrin She ilultiM that slit was disabled
for four Wteks as a result nf the Inlurles,
and Hint she Is pt imnupntt.v Injuied. Slie
asks for $ati as duinnues for loss ot tllnp
and U,v"i as exemplHrv .lamiiBcs.
Mil. I. IIIIOIN lO-HAV.
The 'Irnnsftr uf l'neiii;ers Will He lie-
uiiieil nt lllit rue",
The transfer station between the I.
nd and the West Hide ton. I will be re
tabllshed at lllvetvlew lo-da. It haf
... u... ...., .....M.,... .1.. n .1,.. B, I. I. It. I. ft.
WORK or A .MIM'ltl'.ANT.
Morses nt (Ir.ilidili'M Mnbhid In tin, Slioul
di r by siiiiiiiiiik Unknown.
A valuible horse belonKlliK to P. O.
I.unscomb, of liratnlvlew. was slabbed In
the shouldei a few nlulits niro b i-onie one
unknown Since then blood poisoning has
set in and It Is believed the auinial will
die. Another resident of that vicinity.
Rooks bv name, hid a (rood horse Inlnred
lu the sane manner the same night. A
doen hores have been sdnillirly Ireated
within the past two weeks An effort Is
belnc made to detect the individual who
perpetrated tlio Inhuman deeds.
a iiki 1:1 conn mi i r.
K. It. DcCrlef Met nines At ipllllllted With
Ills llride on a Train.
Miss Christine Rosen, need 111 enrs, and
Ml i: I! DiUrlef. .11 jears of iiki-. were
man led at 11 n loi k Monday nlKht at
the Hotel Allnuin. bv I'tob.ite JudKe An
gle. The groom Is a Pullman i ondui tor
and met his bride mi a train coining to
Kansas C'ltv and thij agieed to many
'I he blide lives in M.u on. (la., and Is the
dauRhti r of a wealthy banker of that city
'1 he couple Mimed that the bride's par
ents were willing Hint the mairlago should
take place, but .Mr. IXUrlol's patents ob
jected. i'si:i a knii'i:.
.Inines Smith stubbed by .lames .Mathews
During a tjiinrrel.
Jntncs .Mathews and James Smith en
gaged In a quarrel last evening at Third
street and Minnesota avenue, which te
sulted in Mathews dtawlng a knife and
stabbing Smith In tlie right side. Tlie
wound. while not dangetous. Is a vety pain
ful one. Smith was taken to police head
quarters In tlio patrol wagon, when- Police
Surgeon Low mm diesse-d the Injuries lie
was later lemoved to ills home on Noith
Third street. MathiWs was attested and
New- tippling shop Ordinance.
A new tippling shop oidinance will oon
be piestuted foi passage at thn council,
The piesent oidinance Is uns itlstaetoty
and the authoillles want a tnoie siiingeut
one passed. The Topeka tippling shop or
dinance Is said to be very stiingent, and
has stood the test In the courts "IU Coun
selor Snvdei vesteiday tecelved from the
cltv clerk of Topeka a copy or tin onll
nance lu foi co In Hint citv, and II Is uiulci
stootl that it will bo adopted in Its entirety
by the council as tlie law of this city.
Will Kiiolve Wnrrilllti..
At the last meeting of the board of edu
cation It wiih decided that non-Interest
healing w.ttiants should bo Issued to all
teachers who taught In the citv -i liools
last November The wnirants will be pay
able net Jauu try Owing to the dclli It
In the si hool funds nt the lo--e ol last
year's tetin, the teai hers were not paid for
their Novembers wink The vvirrants will
be teady for distilbutlon to-moripvv.
.Innii-s IVrguson rei elvod a n Ingram ves
teiday announcing Unit his m phew tleoigo
flatdenci, of Pittsburg, Pa, had been
killed tiardenei was employed In the
Westliigliou.se air brakps shops
Olstrlit Clerk Hoffman yesterday oiiierod
the telephone company to leplaee tlie tel
ephone in ills olllee at tlie i ourt house.
Tho county board reiently onlorod tin,
tolt phone taki n out on account of tho ex
pense. William rii-icli, nf No. 207 South Ulghth
sttcet, was airested yisterdny on
the i barge of Insanltv. He will be tried in
tho probate court to-day.
Tho friends of W. C5 Holt, the well
known young lawyer, aie uiglng him to
become a candidate for judge of the com
mon pleas court
The ladies of the Washington Avenue M.
I', chinch will give an lee cream soelil
Thursdav evening in the ihuiili pallors.
Wess Singletetty was arrested yester
day by Constable While, on a state war
innt chnrglng him with shooting eiapi.
He was arraigned before Justice Hughes
and his piellnilnaiy hearing set loi Thilts
day. IU gavo bond in tho sum of li) anil
The Klrst Ward Colored Ropublliun Club
will hold a meeting I'rlday night at tho
corner of James slieet and Ohio .cvenue.
The ense against Tim MoShauo, who is
chaiged with selling liquor without a gov
ernment liceuso, was continued In Com
missioner Perry's court jestetday until
Amos Castle nnd Hilly Heycock. of West
port. Mo, were In the city yestctilay, the
guests of Deputy United Stales Mutshal
Mrs R W. Alexander lias totiirned fioni
a pleasant trip to Denvei and Colorado
K. P. Wilson, a member of the stato
board of charities, and wife, am In th
city visiting friends
Miss Carolina Rnrretl left yesterday for
Kngland tn visit relatives. She will return
about September 1.
Amos 1'iduiiil llrlng Suit ror Willi! Agaliut
tho JM'rliurgvr htcel Works for Vio
lation of Cnntim t.
The Seeberger steel works was yesterday
made defendant In a suit to n-iovcr tXA,
instituted by Amos Poland. Poland enmo
hero fiom Chicago reiently and began
wotk for the company one week ago, and
claims that the uinnageis made a con
tiact with him by which they agreed to
give him employment for six month? Sev
eral das ago the works were closed and
the tnunageis have piepaic-d to leave the
city. Another former employe of the com.
pain- now- hus u suit ur wages pending
Charged With Shooting u Cow.
Frank Rogers was arrested yesterday on
a state warrant charglm; him with shoot
ing a cow- belonging to l J. Reiehert. Tlie
cow was trespassing on the properly of
Rouers. and it Is claimed Rogers shut the
cow, but did not succeed in killing her.
Rogers was placed under tlW bonds and
his cute was set for Ftiday,
The following arc the ofllcera elected
Monday night by the new lodge of the A.
O. I' W " Commander. Ci, W. Klllmer;
mastet workman, I" A. Willard, foicuian,
Theodore Schwttzer, overseer. V. J. Payne;
guide. Walter Freeman; recorder. It. E.
CstltBWiU tliiantkr, pt p, Ms&isUn; u-
ii... -ii i-.-iii iiuiniii nun - ....- -mi ......
abolished and the patrons in tlie north end
of the citv found it very liKonvenletit
The Wot side will only run Tour huh ror
the present time on the line That Is all
that the power will stand, in the tlie at
the power house tbiie months alio ren
dered all of tin feed wires useless They
will bo connected Willi the Ninth street
power house on UiRtist I. and then the
full number of cars will lie operated on Hie
illiT, I". J I.l el- III wi IniMll V
i .lohn-oii. ouisld. vn 'mini i I,,
in- trustee" I It ltd it-on Janv " Ap
pi, tv and C I: Hvaii-
.lllxt lllllll IIIK.
Ivnn Jones, nf Mum it In I , ! in Uv t Itv
Vlsltlnit Wllllntn MttleorKe nnd fntnllv.
Miss l.vdln flltninon lm" reinvtnd from
r setloils Illness of veriM weeks durnllnn
The inrp nirrstil Snn iv Kirk, Wlllliim
Neville. Thomas Piilltn nnd llllnm li.
Ihnn fm- "shootlnn imps" jpstpfdny
A piitl) of AntPnllne ptople will ploiilo
nl Tronsl park lo-tnorinw, ntulet Ihp nus
plees of thp Mdlp of the .Methodist
i nitri n
Rev W. H, fUmw, imnlor nf hp Cohere.
f'litlnnnl i hurrh, is "pending a fpw riny m
rtttt-Ptiee, atlPiidlnc a i bun li tneptlnS
T. o, Wnrnnltp Hip Pllver nvemie pho
logrnpher, will sonu bsRln the prpelloii of
n two storj stone luilldlnit on .Mplroiwlllnn
nvetiUP, at Pout Hi sit eel
Thp loinl W It ('. will glvp a picnic to
morrow at Ttoot pntk The tl A R.
post will ntletul In n bndv, by stctat re
quest or thp IiuHps of Hip W. II. t
Mr John SlPtllhs, of Silver avehile. Is
"I'nele" Cyrus tmvls has relumed from
Hie Soldiers' home
Mlses Sunshine Coltlnswortlt. Mninlp A!
pxiiiidei and Loi" Worttnnti went In l.nw.
rptice ypslerday to attend Ihe llpworth
l.cngup dlstrlit eotiventtoli.
The rase against Henry Hurley, phnrged
with liighw.t robbery, was continued one
week bv Justice Sims yesteiday.
I'tofessor Lueltkp nnd pupils will give
a piano reiltal 1'ildny evening at the llnp
L. P. llewllt nnd It. It. Perkins, of Tur
ner, wete lu the city yi "terday.
The police of No. ."! stittlon made nearly
100 arrests lu July. This month will prove
a record bteikrr Trumps constitute a
greater pntt of Hit persons arrested.
Mrs. Ulla Dickinson, or No Ml Houlh
Fourth stieet, Is visiting fi lends In South
Mr" Mary Shuits, who became tempor
arily Insane reeenlly while cooking (it Hip
Shnniion house, wfls t.ilcti to her homo In
Southern Kansas yestctdav by her sister.
(' A. Wlnfrev, of Lennpe, Kas, was
transattlng business In the city voslerday.
Charles Slinnis, manager of the detiart
meiit house, has teturned from a trip to
New Yot k.
li li llaliey l In Southern Kansnn vis
iting friends ami relatives.
Mrs, J. II. Hippie will entertain the
Mothers' Art Society this afternoon.
Mel Crltehllcld and Charles Hiiddpston,
of Osknloosa, Kus., are guests of T. II,
MI'S Ilessle Hall has gone to Wlnileld,
Kas., to visit relatives.
The R. V. P. V will give i line illusion!
and lltei try entoilalnment to-tnotrow night
at the lliptlst ehuieh.
The Rev Mr. Downs and wife and .Mr.
.1 II McCoy and wife left yesterday ror
llilsdale, Kas., to attend the camp meet
ing. Annual school mooting of district No. T.'.
will be hold at thu Whitney school house
The I. II tie Hltics would like to plav n
game with tin v t lull under II years. Answer
J. Powell and wife, of drey stone Heights,
who were arrested Mnnd.iv for disturb
ing the pence, will have th ir trial to-dav
befoie Judge Nichols
The Little ltliios, of tlie West end mid
tlie Pickups, or the Not Hi md, played a
veiy exciting game of b iseball yestetdiv
afternoon on the st hool house grounds
Tin score was 111 to I In finer of the Lit
tle Itlties Ilatteilos r n Illii. s, Hnrrls
and Lloyd; for the Piikups, Meyers and
The Knnsns City Journal Is delivered In
Rosedole by nugene Miller who will also
collect for same at the reduced rate of 10
cents a week und make his collections
Deltb of .lolui Uliriishnu, of 1 Ills City,
Win, Was Iteccutly s,.n to the
John Uarnshnw. who wns recently i-cnt
19 the lounty farm for treatment for In
sanity, died there yesterday morning. Dur
ing his conllnement at the faun Uarnshaw
grew steadily wotse At times he was
quite violent. Ills relatives, however, did
not anticipate his death.
Uainsliaw was a stone contractor. Ho
cime to Independence about ten years ago
und secured the contract for the cree-tion
of tho Latter Day Saints' cliuicli. Whllo
engaged In tills work lie was injured and
was conduct! to his home for main months
The woik was cairied on by John Kirk
patiltk, nu employe .Money was paid him,
iuit U.unshaw claimed lie never got It.
Karnshaw biought suit agalnxt the
i hiireh. The first i ase he won, but tho
.second lie lost. This weighed he.ivllv on
ills mind and piopertv losses following
Hhoitly afterwaids combined with other
troubles, unbalanced his mind. Tho wile
of tlie dot eased Is at the point of death
In a town ill Illinois It Is expeitnl that
Uninshaw's remains will be sent to his
old home, in Illinois.
In tho County Court.
County Accountant Snoll made a report
to the county i ourt yestirday as to the
quarteily report of County Rtcordi r ijiiinl.
The accountant stated that the report w is
correct, with tho ev option that tl'nti had
been kept out of the iciolpts of Hit ullli
by tho teconler for expenditures of tin
olllee, such as the purchasing of sumps,
the cost of making plats and other mis
lellaneoiis woik Tho court ordoied It -colder
Queal to relmbuiso tho county, and
decreed tli.it here iftor the expenses of his
ollli i, will be audited and allowed 1.x the
county court. Tin i ourt has adopted i
rule to audit all .mounts, espei iiillv the
expense account of the vaiinus pllli
Tlio couit nrdeied tlio toad lontr.iitois
to either comply with tlio spot ltli ations or
quit work. Considerable trouble has ailscii
lately over road work.
Hound Over to the (Irani! .lury.
Fiank Jones nnd Charles Lewis, the two
daylight burglars aptured Mondiy, as
told lu the Journal were given a heating
yesterday before Justh e Millard. Resides
entering the house of J W. Hopkins, thev
entered the resldi nees of L. F, McCoy and
W. 11. Hale, at Mount Washington. At
both plnios they n-i ured small booty The
stolen property wis identified y.sterduv
The thiee burglailis weio committed on
tho same day and within a shoit time of
cat h other. Jones and Lewis waived ex
amination and were bound over to await
I he action ot tho grand Juty in the sum of
.tiny Itemnie lllni.
Oeorgo Knooho, n road overseer in dis
trict No. s, was ordered before the lounty
couit yesteiday Thn court had tho mat
ter of his removal up for consideration,
as the lesldi-nts of the district had charged
Knnehe with bad bookkeeping. They also
alleged that ho was unlit foi the id ice on
in count of his fondness for Honor. Mr.
Kttoche appeared before the court and mi
nnuiued that he would fight the case He
has the mlufoituue of being deaf and the
conversation between Mr Knoche and tho
court yesteiday was u labored ulfalr. The
couit will Investigate his enso further
Itrolin Ills Shoulder lllade.
John Roll, of Slielileld, whllo driving
with his wife in this city yesterday after
noon, fell from the buggy and broke his
shoulder blade. Dr Tvvymuti attended him,
after which he was taken to his home.
Word vvaa received In this city yestor
dtiv to tlie effect that William (ilave, sou
nf Paul lilave, had died leiently lu Denver.
The deceased was well known here.
Mls-.es Maud and Maty Hrockman of
Kansas City, are the guests of U, D. Hal
dol man and family.
Captuln Schuyler Lowo left yesterday on
a short business trip to Appleton City.
Mrs W. S Furnish tecelved a telegram
yesteiday ft om lira ha in, .Mo., announcing
the death of her sister at Unit place
Misses Mollfe Plgg and Alice Williams,
of thick, Mo., ate the giu-sts of Major
Owlnii and fninlli
Fiank Smith was lined 1 and costs yes
teiday by Justice Sheley for assaulting
James Handle-, coloted.
.Mis. I.Uile Ruldman yesterday tiled suit
for dlvotce from her husband, Louis Rubl
man. Abandonment is chaiged
A meeting of the independence school
board was held last night .Tho matter up
(or consideration was the question of fur
nishing and healing the West side school
house. Several looms still lenuln to be
Contractor Chris Yetter expects to com
mence wotk at an early date on the bulldi
ing for the yeast manufactory. Tlio work
will give employment to a large number
of Independence mechanics.
Miss LuU Pohlmclr has returned home
from Washington, D. C. where she has
been visiting her sister. Mrs. McKdyc.
J. H, Rogers has returned home Irom
Junctitju Cltv. Kas.. where he has been vis-
FEEDING THE NERVES,
I'umrli. ' hi ,f i fr' s,i,)(i,,. Mirh
Do inn m , i ho- in tn. n walking up
iht stun' tin, h.i- ii -.icninus. Htm,
elnsll step Ills li will up his eves
bright, a pi. lm. nf n mnnd nnd perfet I
mmi. The otlu r l h-m his knees wnk
mid iiruttendv, a llsiless nlr itbotit his
holr mnkeiip. He hns the ppprre of
nil vhn is bniktn In health, and who hM
to whip himself to everv tnsk. Tht dlf
ferenpt? neleeii these tvv-rt meh In R dif
ference of nerve power. With rwrrp l3
er oorneii phergy. rtiu-rprisp, forep, vigor
nil things w-lii, h matte existence enjoy
nhte. Without It the muscles inline) I Hot,
the btHiti enrnot think, renr in Ihlml
that life Is nerve power, nhd If yoil wish
to keep It J on must feed the m-fVM. to
not simply stimuinte them, but eonx them,
feed them. Ulvi them food which will
renew iheir Itrr, and mnke them nonnd
anl hinllli Hint thev mny wnrd olt ills-
Probably pnrnljsis is the nearest ellspme
lo nerve death that we know, nnd tve
therefore dtp a tns(. df R below to show
what a rertaln famous nerve liulldliiK
prepnrntioh can do to feet) nnd absolutely
restore. Almost hopelessly wasted nerves.
There are but few In the SaRlfunw vnl
ley but who hnve known personall o
made the ntqiintntntii e indirectly of V.
II. Dawson, !) Union nventte, Saginaw,
Ml, h , West side
1 mil thp fall t,r 'M Mr. Dawson was s
full of vigor as any young man. As n re
sult of the gtlp lie briitme linrnlytttd
For Ihls he was tn.ited by the nest med
ical talent, and also spent ten months a.
Hie I milium state institute nt Indianap
olis. Here ho contracted scnrlet fever,
and when he left the Institution he wns
In a worse condition than when he en
tered, nu his return In Snglnaw 1,. gav.
up entirely, lie was such a care to h'
friend" He was completely parol) cd
from his wnlnl down, nnd his Ilmbt were
simply skin nnd Ikuios, with no life tmr
feeling In them. After a while a friend
litevnlled upon him to trv Pink Pills.
In u few- davs he i mild move Ills toe! a
trltle. He was greatly encouraged an 1
kept on with them. The following h
told to our teporter:
"In two months time t could move my
limbs nbout on the In .1 and bv the time
another month had seen mo swallow this
tneilliluc. to which I owe my 10. I win
aide to get out or lied atone. It has been
just about one yeat since t learned of
Or, Williams' Pink I'llls, and during Unit
time 1 have made sin h marked iinprtK ' -in,
in that I gladly proclaim what llnv
have done ror me to all th, won! and ask
you fellow "HIT, riis to trv lliem and re
ceive new life. My life, my nil I owe to
Dr Williams' Pnk Pills
"I am now i omparatlvely tlesby, with
good color and high spirits, nnd everv
lnv In lugs iu-vv str-m h and mnic l.nnpv
life Ihiongh tho con-laifd I se of 1 r W ,il
Inins' Pink Pill W. II DAWSON.'
Subscribed and swtii to before mo IH
27th dav or May. iW J. P. F.VN-5
Notary in and ror Saginaw Co. Mich.
Di. Williams' Pink PIUs contain all the
elements nictssu, ,o g.vo new life- und
Holiness to the Moo I and i-toro i-hnt-tered
nervis T'iov .ir- sold lu luxes
(novel lu loose fot ai, in the doc h m
hundiid) at V cm'" i b x fi lx box
for JJ r. and mav b. li id o ill diuei-ls
or dlmtlv bv mail frnin In i.lliu-i'
Medicine Companv .s bin itily, N. Y.
ARE YOU FROM BOSTON?
Itediiiecl Itnles to New I'ugl mil.
The Burlington Route will mil a per'on
ally condiiitid sp, , -il 1 1 i In August .',
fiom K ins is citv to lloston vi i Niagara
Fails without tilling, Tickets on s.ilo Au
gust It to .'I inclusive, nt nt.e faro for Un
round trip. Set ti in your nseivatlon In
sleeping cars early.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
August 11 and 12 the Iluillligton Itoilln
will nil tickets frum Knnsns City to Den
vei, Colorado Spiings mid Put bio and le
an n for one faro The Ilurllngton Route
is the only lire solving all meals on the
cafe plan between Kansas City and Den
xer. August 22 and 21 the IJurllnglon Routo
will have on sale tickets at i specially re
duced rates to Hot SpiliiBH, S D , a par
adise for the invalid, pleasure sotkrr or
Tout 1st Hi liots on sale daily at reduced
rates to l.'st.'s pitk, Vellowstmie National
park and ill tin fimous icsorts In the
North Noithvvist and v , st. For full Inr
formation uddi, ss
1! C ORR. Kansas City,
CNCI'ltSIO.N l) COI.OItADO.
August I ltli Mil, I I'ltll.
Tlio forty-thliel annual meeting or the
Anieilian Phai in h , utlc il Association will
be held in Denvii. August II to 21 and a
veiv low late of 17 Full THK Kiil'NI'
TRIP has been name d bv tlio SANTA FH
ROI'Ti: foi this in . iision Horn Kansas
I 'Itv Th hits on sal. August 11 and I.'
Slice ia I Phaimairutii.il tialn will have
Kansas Citv Monduv Migir I 1.'
Ileiths can in siiund now upon uppllcu
tion at Santn IV Rom., tit M t otllccs
ClIMIttli: W II Mil. Mil C1I,
Passtng, i and Ticket Agent
IT ill Sinrtli of a Nete s, usutioii,
Try tho effect of a mud bath at Las Vegu
Hot Springs, New Mexico. Other forms
of baths m ly bi hnd there, all especially
heneflclil in rheumatic troubles and dis
eases of the blood. Tho cool, dry, tonic
ulr of this risort Is Just the thing tor tired
nerves and there is nothing so restful as
New Mexico sunshine, especially when
supplemented by such flue bcrvicn as is
given at tlie Hotel Montezuma, reopened
June 20 This famous inn , minot be ex
celled aiiywhtie In the Southwest.
Round trip excursion tkkot.s on sale to
Las Vegas Hot Springs fiom pilnclptl
points Readied only over the Santa Fo
Route. For Illustrated punphlet nnd a
copy of "Land of Sunshine, addiess Oeorgii
W Hagenbuch, P. et T. A , Kansas City,
'In Cblingo by Diyllglil.
The SANTA FIJ ROFTU lias put on a
fast daylight train, leaving Kansas City at
7 JO a m daily', and ai living in Chicago
that same owning It makes the mn In
about tlfliin hours, making tho same tlmo
as the fast night trains Fioe chairs, Pull
mail sleepers Vestibule thioughout Din
ing cm is ce-ive dinner and supper and
guests only pav for what Is ordoied. For
passengers pre fot ring to leave Kansas city
lu tho evening, the SANTA FIJ ofters
choice ot two fast trains.
For particulars call at SANTA PR
ROFTU ticket oilic es, northeast corner of
Tenth and Main sheets and HO Fnlon ave
nue. GL'URUU W. HAOF.NIiUfll,
land T. A.
Itnw Oeer ll siiliiillim l.usle.
r.mporla Kas , July SI -CSpeeUl ) Charles
nillor was to-dav lined $7 and i Osts, Jl.l.,,
for ireailiig a ili-iuil, imo at i Silvition
Armv mooting Ills 14-jc.ir nld slstt r.
Maude, Joined the atiny and ho altemptid
t'o fote'tlilv take lur out ot a meeting dining
seivltts Sunday cwnlng, using at the same
time threatening and abusive languagt to
Captain Cromwell anil other members 'Ihe
mothei In taken out a writ if habeas ,m
pus to obtain po,ses-ion ot tile gill, A
iidiil.il liearlng was tui't this afternoon be
tore Judge R.iud.ilph when the case was
postponed until Tueselay u, xt.
Are unlike all other pll. No purging or
pain Act specially on tlio liver nnu till. Car
it-r's Llltlo felxrl'liu one pill a dose.
A Summer in the North.
A dcstrlption ol tin- i harming lakes and
nltfisiiie results ot the West. Noun and
Vortliwest. ihe best route- by vvhich tliey
Vie iiMi he'd tog. th. i with a list of ho
tels und botrdlnir houses, the names of
the p oprlotois. 'ho njj" l'r day and per
vve.k und all liiluiiiution piitaiuing to a
Kiimiuer ill tin No" lb. .lie e-ontalni d In a
hinison" puhliiutlon. eutitlod '-Hint, to
Tuiiristit" iccmlly Issued bv tlio Noith.
vwestorir I.l (Chicago A: Noi tliwestetn
Itiilvva) Copies will be m.illtd li. to
iiiiv I'ldress upon application lo W II
K itskern. general p isseiiger and titket
auent "lileago 111. Reduced tale ex. ur
sloi llckeis can be obtained of print lul
ticket ugents thi-oughoiit the, South.
Vlniiliinii Fast Line.
Leaving Kansas City at 9:30 a m., via
Union Pacllle, Monday, passengers now ar
rive In Untie at 7:15 u. in Wednesday
This Is a splendid mn over a spltudld
line with Pullman Palace Dining Cars
and Free Reclining Chair Cats. This train
runs evry day In the year, Take the
Union Pacltlc always for Montana points
Kvervbody admits U. P. Is the best line
to Denver Two tialmt daily, City ticket
offices. Km) Main. HOS Union avenue and
Union station. Telephone 1103.
Half Rate to Tt'iun VU tho M. K. & T. It'.
Commencing July 6, and continuing until
July 23. the Katy Route, the MIssourl.Kan
gas A Texas railway vlll sell lirst class
tickets to all points In Texas on their sys
tem at one-half thd regular rate. For all
Information ca.l at ticket oOk-es, No. UV
am su u iw vaim ax-
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
a toii'tr or sot. mi. us en Mtouli
unit iiioiiw v immitiiti.
Ret. s,t, itidit lu Hit, September leriu
of I ourt- Vlr. serls Mi, lor HI"
vnrre-N. II. I'errv AilJinlRCtl
In ltli Oilier Ni w.
Ttt-rt s.!illor from I'oM leaven worth
Were niresleil estprdny by the ollcp.
rlmrged with highway loblicry. Jilllu
OMpiI. of Plivttp county. M . wan the
coitiplnltmiH. AcpoHlnst to rlrteh 'he
twn soldiers, Anton Honrhpttft Rtlii Will
Intri Wilkiiisiin, evf Troop K, J-ltih civ
ntry, nccosteel him Mondny night and
temk liln nut ntitl $tt In tnnh As
yntinst ttrieb ceitiid titi jttvp n tmtlsfi -tory
nccount ,,f the holdup, MnJr His
kpll, nf the foil, vxns tailed In atvl ted. I
(Iip rlrottrnsiancrs. He beenm4 person
tllly lenrwuslble for thp Hppertllince of
tht two suspects in court thin mornlhtt.
and thry Were alloni d to go.
II, til U-liiti, I rnlisf.t
'The following tinnsreis of real
pslato wore reported by Clenige W
Ityile. nbsl meter, iiwm S, Oynn bulli)
ItisT, telelilionc Ifll:
Flnreticf ('. (Jtitlditrd to nvprgiren
1'liiCf hospital, IJ m-reti out of ntirtht'Hot
limit tor nf eertlim 11. tnwnchlp 0, range
The Hon I Hstnte nml Tnvontineiit Cnm
imny to IJllxn Tctitml: lot C, block 9,
Necly's IVlest itdtlllion, J50O,
John I.nrkln to Herman Kberllt: lots
If, nml 17, block 32. Ji'nlrtmiunt, J ITS.
nphrlntn Hnsehor to Haselior Crenin
pry Coiiipnnv ; part of luirtliuest citinrter
of neotlon 35. tovvnshlii 10, range 22 (21
John It. U'ointitein to II. Tl Fontcr;
niii'tltennt eitmrter of Hip ttorthonsl tittnr-tot-
of section 31, township 10, tango 21,
Agnes A. Cartel' to Tl. Knritiilti: lot li),
block I, Hnlsey Ih-Ik litis, $".",.
Hdw-nril N DltiKley to Wllllnm R
lino; oust half of lets 1 nnd 2, blink G,
Neely'H l-'oteiU nrtdltlein, $100.
Moses Foster to I.puwilvvorth Mn
tilttl HlllIdltiK, I.onti and tfnvlngs Assn.
clittlmi; lot 27, block .17, 1'avciivvottlt
Hdmund Hurt- to Hlonnor W. TTutr.
lots r, nml fi, block 10, city of Lenvcli
X. Tl Perrv. tile oldest newspaper l'P
pnrlef lu l.pnvonvvoi Ih. in point of yearn
of service; was yestctilay adjudged In
sanp hy n July lu the probate court.
Mr. Peiry's mnladv ibites back sivornl
months. About niiip yenrs ago ho was
liioiltnlly ulllietetl, but teiulllv yleltlnl to
ttouttnciit in the Insane usvlutn nt To
peka, whither be was sent bv file nils
He returned to this cltv unci mice mm,
te.siiniptl his lopot ttii-lnl dull, s .ii .,. ,i
papois, and cotitiiuiod so lu el.i nmll
live months ngo, when In .igiln gi vv
vvuro Ml- Peitv is a .Mason, tid,l Fel
low. Rctliiinn and Knight ,t I'v thins
Ho lias u wife, but in, ihildi.ti ami i
vor wide circle of tilt mis. win- In p.
that lie ttliiy be spudily ii-tmid to
Will Itc Iri, ,1 'lo-dny.
The trial of Mis Flunk M.dnlln. k
chnt-Rod with attetnpting to 1..II a m igli
bot's little gill wltli a hid In t will
come lip for a luelluiinai v in mug in
Justice ISnncl'n court this iiiniiiiiii!
Mrs. Molmllack has mule quit, a i,
ord for bersolf, and vv In u sn w is tns
nrfostotl cuiisod tuiite a si i m- li in i
vigorous opposition to ("otisiabli J i U
son, who bad lo stiiuiuoii the puliii .uul
the p.itrol wuguit befure sin- t.iiild lo
landed In jail. The t-iitin- nt-lgliliui liooel
in tangled up In the wise
XI list Alisw, r In ( ourt.
Tho sensational cli.tt gs .luninsi tin
pcloivtl pi Mt her. !: V Stiiilli of T ii
ganoxle, in connection with a vmnig
i oloiod girl of his eongitg itn.n dn-w i
largo crowd of colmod and white p. , 1,
in Judge' Johnson's imiit viiinliv
Smith was held lo answei tin thiigis
mudo ngalnst hltn at Hi. . pt. itibi i
term of the district point
Uxcuisliili I'roin liiwrilite.
All excttrsion patty fi ,tn Livvi.tn,.
numbering about JiiO pi. .pic an iv.,1 ii
the Soldiers' homo .vestenl i iiiuiutig
at 11 o'clock, via a Union Pa. it), ti ilu
After n picnic dlntu 1 at tin li nn i
trip vvtip made to Foil L av,i..v i li
vin the electliu road, and latu to tins
Wants a Uliorie.
Mis Ponil Sorviss v.st, i lav (lied int
in the district court t..r u div.u . tn m
her husband, Jacob S, mi lin gmumls
of eiuolt and m-glcci ot dun Mn
also asks for nn equal slim ( tin
lonltx held hy her liusl.ind unl al
nlimotiv. The paiti-s hail ll mi Lu -wood,
Fits! Sergeant John W.ils.m. of tin
ptovost guatd ill Foil l.'-av.iiw nil
has by the death of his latin i lu Un
glunel. fnlle-ti hell to n luu Seig- int
AVatson will tit posit ih hgaty with his
pav master, the government nil., wing I
per cent on all such deposits, and Will
continue in the service.
Miss l.lcla Dodtl leiivis this mmiiing
for a two weeks' vuc.it Ion with fi lends
lit Onago, Kas
Slu riff Hotlionbprgw- will, I Ins morn
ing, take Ud Murphy and Ft auk Ran
dolph to Iho Kansas pen. Ihe t.uiuoi to
solve a sent, ine foi lmg. is and tin
latter for enibcjutlonu m.
In the police court ytstenlay mottling
Judge Aller lined I,. Zinitn, i m in $-.
lor assaulting tieorge (julinbv
Mr. .1. X. Aheimilliv, a ludlnr , i
Colonel J. L. Abiinalhy and ..no , t
Leavenworth's oldest ami most i
bpoctcd business men, died nt Knight -tovvtl,
1 11(1 . Monday .iftot noon, wliulni
lie hail gotic tor tlie benetit e.r lu
health. The teni.lllih Will In blolirilit
to this city for Inti i nienl.
The Te.icheih' Institute gave a Yank.,
social lust night in the high soli . l
nudltoriiliii. P.oftcshinonis w to o.-tvc d
ami iirlos clHiributed among the win
iieis In tho contest, and an old-fashioned
spelling bee W.iH idle of the te.it Hits
Jtulgo Aller did not render a ilecisl.m
yosteidiiy in the e-nso of Captuln (i. W.
.Iitcksoii, of the (liulicl'l Itilh'S. biH-niisi'
.lucUsnn was not lu court. The decision
will ptobably be given this tiioiuliig
Attorney Hairy JJ. Mlclinel will go to
Kansas City tills mottling lo attend a
Liveryman Ocorgc 51. Quimby bits
vvitluliuwn ffotii tlie I.tmveiivwmii Hiu k
Association; has cut lu-lccs nnd given
uotlcu that lie Will 111 future go It on
his own bonk.
F,.X-VlUdell (ieOlgO 11. ef!.lSl, of
Kansas pen, uiidiir tlie llumplitey
oiiiiistiniion is in I.tnvunwoitli.
Kx-dovcilioi- Tluinius A. Osbotn
ft guest al 111, National o.sii'I UH.
(le-oige W. Findley, ol 'Tupekn. was In
this city .tei day.
L. M. Hrb of tlio eloeliio ro.nl, left
yesteiday li Dc'livul' .tlld .Munltou
Hit, Hot I'UI evrr used." U the frequent
reinirl, of puitlnsers ot Cailei's Little Liver
Pills. When " ID" 'hem jou will siy tho
I in, i.r.-itt iiititiity i
croi tin Reek) mountains affords pas- .
sengeis a pii inli'l oppoitunitv of seting
the grant - -.nn In Colorado and
...... ,..i. . ... nn ,,,., ,..., I ri.lrt..., run. I
l-iau. lie - -" - H ...w..., ......
thiough I'ullm in sleepe-is uud chair cars
trom l)envr an I Colorado Springs to Og
den and Salt Luki Space teservod In San
For Ulumate I book regarding resorts
und scenery ,r for rates, etc., address
, F. 1IAILF.Y. C. P A .
I Iciunri. for Kaaias.
(Bhlpped dally in tecure packages by
GKOIKIK KYSSKLL. Druggist.
Opposite waiting room. Union depot.
lMeclrle l'ans. Hate City Ulectrlo Co..
1717 ncldware st. JiK -us. -
"The Scenic Line
Of the World."
The Popular Pathway
.Stands: Alone In
SumintJt' lour thro'D,'! tho
tlocky Mountains at It ' 1
1'hc iJonvpf ft Rio tn i i
the not floslrnble of .ui ii
great M'rnnscnntlnentnl lams,
for a tour to Utnh or the
For descriptive books anil
pamphlets apply to
S K HOOPHIt, (1. 1. nnd T A
JJ T. Ji:FFi:itY. Pres. nnd Hon M(,r
A. K. HFllllF.S, Ttalllc Manager,
NOTi: A .set nf Sis Hoatillful Alhrr
typo Views of Rooky Mount-tin nr,
on 11x11 pit per, suitable fot ft .lining,
will b. s. nt ll,. .it l,. dpi id llltv .will
oin. in md 1 1
l'.i a iiiriplied 1 roni Life
st day .',' tht'W I-
a.ij 4y&" --
rm: i'cmv r.tit t
i ki:m it iti.vii-.nv,
"Dr. DeLap's New Life Pills.
Piodii. ms tin above l.sult In 20 ,s
-Nil I.elMil R' ll nets t.tvwitu v
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