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THH KANSAS -CITY JOUI.tfAT- Bl,M)AY. ,1ULY 23, ISO,-.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firflis Do Business
We mnkp a specialty of all kinds of
sausages, kettle tendered lard, hams and
bacon of our own mnnufactturs. Hoard
ing housed, hotels pnd restaurants bup
piled. Orders delivered promptly.
MS MINNESOTA AVENUE.
fifmrmhpr thrw U
to llrrlry tnstltulr
Ik Kmmi City, Mo.
Ilrttnrp ur Lbcap
G, W, BETTS,
Justice of the Peace,
lv Fifth and
BELLE VIEW !
10 mnti, balnnco !
S. X. Simnsoa i 5oa,
Chamber ot Coin. Iltdg.
i Marrisfta ceremony
I ferlorincil without
ruDiicuy it requested
Collections a specialty.1
Justice of (he Peace,
ohvc your emcees hiiu me uoiiars i
will save themselves. You can save '
one dlmo on every dollar' worth
of groceries purchased from us. i
junction grocery and meat i
v, w. overton.
iCx r14'.l Minnesota Ant.
i All llusiness Promptly
(K. it. cai. lender
li vour property
insured" If tint, do
not hesitate, but In
jure at unco with
D011S0N k nODSON,
pil North Sixth Street,
Job printers and
bookbinders Our work
Is guaranteed Yon
can save money and
Bjutronic. joino Indus
"tries nl the sntuo tlmo
by calling on in. C. IS.
C'alleoner Printing Co.,
MS Minnesota are.
pOIt COUNTY SURVEYOR,
k. . . n . t tt.M1l..... ann
i ixnw assiniam to county acereei en , iwittm-iwii,
i. fUbleet to deellin of Kepnlillcan cnnrentlon
a crTrt.-rr siAnru
.1 t i v u iunj.wi i.
bubicet to decision of Republican couven-
I tlon. .
1 1 i'or re eiocuon, budjbci 10 uoci3iuu ui nciuu
fOR. COUN'v. a CLEnK,
J. H. LASLEY.
J?OR COUNTY TnUASURCR.
Subject to decision of Republican Conven
tion. WOR COUNTY TRUASUREIl,
JOHN W. FERGUSON.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. T?OR SHERIFF,
Subject' to decision ot Republican Con
rOR JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
JAMES S. GIBSON.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. TfOR COUNTY CLERK.
GEORGE T. SAVAGE,
Candidate for county clerk.
Subject to the Itepubllcan convention.
rTflm Tnnrnnl nfflna Vine hnnn rt
removed from the Chamber K
of Commorne to the .st floor K
of the Columbia Building at fj
Sixth street andIinnesota k
311 JllXMXir.l AVU.
lioom HOG, Portsmouth Bldp-.
t SALOONS MUST CLOSE
(STRICT ORDERS ISSUED Y Tlin TO
7 MNIIJJlb WILL UBtY IHtLAW
IF THEY VIOLATE IT EVEItYTIIIfS IS
AT ONCE CONTISCATEI),
OAicee Ara Dotermliieil to Mop Liquor
.ScJlinR on .Sunday Christian Eudriif
orers to Hold llli; Mrotlns
Kerr Park Races.
The Indications nro that to-d.ty will bo
the rtryest tiny In tlio hlstoty of the t-'lty
for thohe who lire in tlio habit of taklnu
their dilnks. Tlio JolntKpppoi.s hrtvo all
been notified that If a Mnsle one opened
up that the following day a s.tul warrant
vtould bo Ifsued for hl.s arreat and that tho
llxtures and stock of liquors would accotn.
pany him to tlio county Jail.
Last Sunday n number of Jolntlhts
thought that tho police board was, not In
earnebt lit lt orders' to close- up on tho
Sabbath day. Theso kept open. They
were sorry for It after, though, for during
the week about eight Jolntlsts wcra nricnt
cd on Mate wui rants and their goodi
teked by the sheriff. Thf? arrosts. wero
made on complaint of tho police' oflcal.
The pollen are determined to causa the r
reht of even tolntUt Mho opens his place
to-day and turn the case over to tho state.
In order to rigidly enforce Hie order a po
liceman will bo stationed lit the vicinity
of each Joint to watch the doors.
The Jolntiath have decided not to opposo
the order of the iwllee board. At a ineot
InK of tho Jolntkeepetk' League, held yts
terduy morning, the matter wus dlscusted
und each one present agreed to closo up
to-day. If nn member of the uoca.tloii
Is caught selling, tho othr members will
not devote any of tho funds toward help
ing iilm out of any possible dltilculty with
the county or city authorities.
They Came Here to Titkotho KeoleyTroat
incnt Chief .luntlre Connor.
Chief Justice W. II. Connor, of the su
tireme court of the Osage nation, arrived In
the city yesterday, accompanied by four
Indian who came up to tuko the Keeley
irnitinent Their names are Alex Eagle
fealher. Sauiy Calf. Wah-Re-Sho and T.c
El! Ke-Kau Lan. inese ait "ii wi ;
H dianb and they never had on a .ult of
I rlothes until the day ln;foie they left the.
V nation? They felt lost In the suits ami could
1 nil Bit accustomed to pantaloons and loiu'
' I rnati When they arrhed they were feel;
t COatS. " "wm' ' r nlnih.aH., and illil
uft Kfo whetbVr it talned or shlned,
i-hlef Justice Connor Is a remarkable In
dian He lost his parents when a very
small lad, and had to hoe his own row ever
I "bc. iie fcUte-i that ho M never b'one to
Because They Advertise.
It. t. Mil LI', Prop..
r.lh Mute vi
linn ml ( Ity, Kiin-ns.
Willi Soothing, Halm Oils
tnutcr, tumor, Catarrh,
I rspinn nrul nil Slcln ills-
nr, .Vend fur Honk.
I'leuito inentlnii ilnuruvl.
Dr. D. M. DYE,
Combination (111 Cure.
Economy. k CAHi'ENTHIi
Hi iitlqtinr.pr fur
Hemic Aln iln l.nnl.
t holce Meats, Mm
mid Dri-nscd Chick
1 It) Minnesota Ave.
lid. Vft l!'4.
Tlio short tinier
Everything clean and
neat. Hoiuctimls I'les,
etc. open until 12
o'clock each night. 1 ry
Wyandotte ttiit Co.,
our ue ere tin.
(US Mlniu vitu Ate. i
I'm. 1 1 it' vi. a.n()ii.s('i:iii:n is,
jfOIl REOISTEIt OF DEEDS.
ORRIN V. SHEPPERD.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. Jf OR CLERK COURT COMMON PLEAS,
WILL F. PETERS.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention WOlt COUNTY CLERK.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. IOIl SHERIFF,
JACOB W. LONGFELLOW
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. JOR SHERIFF,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
Ij'OR COUNTY CLERK,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
DR. V. L. TODD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. JjiOR SHERIFF,
C. W. LITCHFIELD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. m hool but lighten month" In hli lim.
Ilowcer, he saw ih.it he would Ii.im to
rustlf to keep pare with civilization, and
he tin ued his attention to pt.ictlcal busi
ness Later he look up the sttnlv of law
and thi'ie ait Tow lawyers his equal In the
lerrltoiy 11,- built himself up, until now
he holds one of the most itnpou.iiit of
liee.s In the Os.ikp niitlon. lit- Is nbuut ,"u
Sears old, Moeklh built, with light grav
i-'JC". ver black hair, and he has a ery
Intelligent apiicumntc. lie speaks Kugllsli
eri Ihuntlj, and his touunand ol lan
guage Is smut-thing- woiueiful, wln-n his
shoit 1 hoollnc is taken Into conMdcia
tlon The chli-l Justice tisUd to b a In u y
di Inker, but he took the tiire (He .-ai
ago and his since been a tolal ithstninei.
II" s,lJb tkat none of the many till! bloo.l
Indians who hae taken the ture has
rhltf Justioo Connor is an up-to-d tt
man tie n s lie realizes that the (Kne
nation has got to become inndernlz' d in
oidir to keep up with the inarch of ihill
zatlon, and he Is In favor of the opining
of the lands of that tllbe for while settle
ment He sas the majority of the Omgi
Indians ale opposed to the aliening of the
lands to m tilt mi nt, but that they will
foou discover that It Is the best thing pos
sible for them to do.
Ho thinks that -the Indians should hive
.ionic sa when It comes to the nllotni mi
of the lands, howevei. The Usages win
foimerly a tilbe of hunters, but sliu-
game has become so scaice they have set
tled down and taken up the pursuits of
farming and stotk iiiMvg. They realize
that then- Is no hope tor hunting in the
future, and the will have to adapt them
splios to the new older of things and I, -come
clvilUed. .Mr. C'onnoi has been -ttiong
advocatt of the opening of the land
ami he sas he hopes o live to see the d.n
when the matter will be ueeonipllshtd. He
says his people ate veiy superstitious and
that thej ar haitl to man.ige; that the
woik of ton vetting them Is nocess.ully eiy
slow, but he thinks It Is coming sun-,
though, lie sas that Indian lights dt
pend entitely uiion the guneroslty of the
g-nt, eminent, and that they had better take
.uUaiitago of the matter while they tan
and tuvor the- opening of their lauds to
Eighteen Couvli llom Obtained In tlin Pn
There were twentj-Ihe cases against
tippling shop keepers on the polUc docket
ye.stt-iday nioriiiiii. Out of this number
eighteen cases wete tried mid sevtn con
tinued. A conviction was .secured In oil
of the eighteen rases tried and a fW line
was uiuiuseii in cacn case, lite jointlsib
convicted and lined am as follows;
J. J. Flannel. .'7 Kansas avenue. Jack
Phillips. :'-'0 Kansas avenue; I'liatlea
Hlunk. luo Minnesota avenue; I. jj. Ke.ui
et, 21 Kansas uenue, It. Kelli-y, 19 L'eu
trnl avenue; James Hull, Sm) Knnsaa ave
nue; John Mclilnlcy, Twelfth find Miami
avenue; Fred Hatlieit, 31'J Kansas menue;
I!. V. Shephoid, 10b Osage itvenue; !'. C.
limbic, W- .Minnesota avenue; Jiu k Phil
lips. s;0 Kansas avenue, V. Humm, S
Kansas menue; Thomas Hetfern, 15 Kan
sas avenue; John Kuiiip, lido North Third
street; Charles Jloshler, In! Kansas ave
nue; Chinles Jletkt, tlj .Mlnncsuta ave
nue; a, Curlson, 315 O-uye avenue, und
John Lane. 7W Osage menue.
Jack Phillips was lined twice, llrsl, for
Violating the tippling shop ordinance und
fc.ee and, for violating the Sunday closing
ordinance. Out of the eighteen "Jolullsts"
lined only one paid the line. It Is tinier
stood that the mujoilt of the rcmalni.ig
seventeen will take uu appeal to the dis
trict couit. The me given ten days in
which to lile un nppc.il bond and in ease
they fall to lllc their bond or pui .lit line
:et tlio eitpliution of the ten days the
will be sent to Jail, James Williamson
wus tried for assaulting hl.s wife, Ho
was convicted nud lined &0.
Ilyiimu seal Out of the Mate.
L. It. Hyman. who was nnested Friday
night b Ulllcer Heikmun on complaint of
his wife, who claimed thut he threatened
to kill her, was tried In polite couit e--terda
motnlng, Hyman has been unet
ed several limes for assaulting his wteand
i'liony wuen tinner iieihuian uircsteu mm
he attempted to best the olllcer. yester
day motnlng when he appeared In the
couit room he dlsplaeel several scalp
1 wiuuds which weie the result of his re
sisting attest. Judge l.eland lined linn
J75, as It wus about the lit III time Hjiiau
had been aiialgucd befute him on a like
tharge. lie was unable to pay the line
'und Judge Leland made a piopoaltiun 10
1 him which was pioinptly accepted by the
prisoner. The proposition provided that
'lie leave the stale ot Kansas imiuedlutel
never to return again. Hyman accepted
the Judge's proposition and an oilicer cs
eoi ted him to a street car bound for tho
.Missouri side. As he boarded the car lie
Ibade ibe 0 111 tor, as well as, the stale: of
Kniini, " fob'l Rood-bv Ills wife ht n
divorce eull now pentling In the distiut
MoumI I'leifiiiit M. t! plmrrh lta
1 linngcd Iti place of wnrnlnp fruin Ibe old
fiirm hmie to Tbliil lri-t nml I.nruplli
avetiue, Serviced ut II n m. and S p in.
ev ly Hiindiiy.
Sle-wnrl ACniiO Cliurcli of Mtilunl Illglil"
Preaching nt II n. in bj Itev. Dr. Clmtlen
It St John. Sllblrct. tilDMilim, ,, "tlod
HwellniR Amonjr Mm:" p. in.. ':'llif Dt
vinit nnel Correct I'sc ot the Holy BerUi
O, V. V. C'liniitller, the new litlslor of
Hit People's Mellmdlf I'totrHlilMt rlllirrti,
will speak (ill ."The Imporiance or n HhJhl
Position" nt II o'cltMh, He will also nc
eup tm (iiitplt In the evenlnpt. Hervlces
are held In n hull on Minnesota avenue
near Elrthth sltppt. Huiiddy school ill 9 II.
W III Miiutif lelurit snip.
A new indtKtrv will begin lmlne in this
ll lo-morrow inurntnar which will Hive
t rmanent qnplonietit to iwenty-tlve tnn
Tor the llrsl veil. Artcr that It Is th In-le-iitli'li
to liirl-pnsp the eiitmclly of the
plum (tint double the force or woikinen.
The- name of ihe new eontetn Is Hip Me
ilnw & Htrelther Manurnclurlng Compl
in iiliel the pmpose of the compntiy Is to
in itiuftu'lure onp. A Inrge plant has lp'ii
lilted lip iiml veslerdny the llirtloltnl wits
pun based 10 enable the cnnumny 10 tnrt
111 ililtig pootls tn-moiTOW. The plant Is lo-
urti nt ihe corner 'of I'oiiilh and Nw
J r?ey aveniip It occupies the bultdlna
loriuerly ociiipleil by the Metlrew Packing
e'einpiiny For the Mit three Weeks n
ftirie of mni bus bron at woik jd.iplng lim
tbliinv In position mid airniiRlnR for Hie
i omim nceiiient of wnik The 1 oinpfin) 1ms
.1 new system of miiliufti ivrtng soup null
P idllters expect lo build up it gicltt itidus
tiv The companv Is coinpo'etl of p
(lovettior ,Iunie Mitlrew. elf this ell, am'
Jtimes Slreh-her, an expert sevijimnkcr.
An Ei bo Meeting.
At Slutwnre pink, In Armourdnlc. Thurs
iluv arternoon and eveiilnu, the thlit.v-llfth
uiettiiiK of the Kansas I'ltv, Kiis., t.ocsil
I nlon of Ihe Young Pi ople s Hocletv or
t'hrl-llun Endeavor will be held. II will be
an "echo" meeting of the llosloii Christian
l.'ideinor convention. Arrangements have
li en made to hold ,1 big meeting, unit the
following programme will In Riven!
Welcome Itev. W II. Embry.
"Moslem Convention" I'mm 11 --Kansas
standpoint, MIs Jtessle Skeltnn. state see.
retell y Kiin'n (. E t'nlon rnun 11 CIiiIm
tlun Endeavoi sliiiulpnlnl. Rev. II. (. Den
Imm, vice tnpsltlenl Kansas C II, I'nlon
From an Lvniicellstle stiindpnlnt, Ailluir
lltnwii. l'lrt Hnpllt 1 hiireti. K.ins-i ('lt,
Mo. From a Denominational standpoint,
Itev 1 C Aimtrong. pastor Central Pns.
btelau chuix'h, Kansas City, Kits. From
n (lood Citizenship standpoint. Thomas
Jones, president .MIsoml C. 11. rnlon.
liaee-s nt Kerr'R Park.
The races at Kprr's paik esenlay art
ernoon, under the ausplcci of the C.entle
men's Dilvlng Club, were veiy excillng.
There was a huge eiowd In attendance.
The piogtiunmc 1 (insisted of lour utces.
The following are the lestills.
First i-icv 2:.10 trot or paec; half mile
heats, two In three. Governor Spr igue
won: Edna Sprague, second; John Scott,
third. Time, 1:11.
Second nice Ito.nl lace; half mile henls,
two In three Fannie II., won; Pat. sec
ond; Silver Tlionip. third. Time. l.Sii.
Thlrtl nice -'.10 trot or pace; half mile
beats, three In live .lockev won; Frank
K.. second, Hill P timer, third. Stnithey,
fouith; Plvuuthe, tilth Tim:-, 1 1(1.
Fain th race J.:;" trot 01 nact , half mile
heats, two In thiee. J Liza id won, VIrgle,
second. Time, 1:11
A Popular Veillii;; I.ldv.
One of the most popular voung ladles
visiting K. ills. is I'll, Kas.. this suniiner Is
Miss Itosle Stretch, of Ventura, Cal , who,
with her aunt, Mis. Leonaid. Is visiting
Mis. a Einmeison, of MIS Ridge itvenue.
Last Monday evening Mrs. Emiueisou
gave a patty In honor ot Iipi sister and
nlei e, 10 which a limited number
of fiieuds weie invited. Cards and danc
ing woto Indulqed In until a lite hour;
when .111 -elegant and tastelul supper was
seived. The music for the dancing was
furnished by tho lelw-nrds orchestra. The
following ladles nml gentlemen were ptes
ent .Mcsdames Edwards ami Leonards;
Mlsses Aggie Smith, Annie Iloycs, l'.eitba
Huffman, Maggie Ahern. Itosle Tlmmei
111.111, Dettha Cioutbem. Joslc Ahem, Coin
Houston; Messrs. W. 11 Hliiuglitei. John
Morrison. Oeurge liasslleld, llei t Espev,
Hert McDonald, 11. P. Schioeder. D. V.
Vincent, Doll Eddy, Hert Patterson.
In lliinnr 11H1 (.nest.
A parlv was given by 31 r. and 3Irs. 11,
A Slmins nt their home. fi.!J Inono. ave
nue', lit honor of Miss Ida Hodges. The
evening was spent In games and mulc.
Light lefieshnitntH were solved dining the
('telling. Those ptr&eut weie: .Misses
Mamie Kellei, .Maud Mnrshman. Manilla
3laishman. Jtl.i Hodges, Nettle Hole. Jen
nie Slmms, Llllle Scott, Kate Klniie ;
Messis. Fiank Mortis, (ieoige Addison,
William Stewart, Roy I'.ierre. Natulan
liensnn, Hoag Raybiiin, Mm ton Kliklitim,
I'ranlc Mi own. Alva Stundish, Walter
SliuniH. Fled Jones, A. Arnold, Mr. ami
Mrs II. A Slmnis, Sr.. Mi. and Mis. 11.
A. Slmms, Jr., Master Wlllnid Slmnis-..
PliMisieiiily surpilsi d.
.Mr. 11,-uvev Hunt was pleasantlv ui
prlsed Fiiday night by a l.tige number of
Ills II lends at his home, No. (il'l Sinilusky
avenue. The eveulUR was spent In an e 11
iovable milliner, miit-lc and puiliii games
being indulged In. At it lite I10111 lefn-sb-nients
weie seived, attei vvhith Ihe guests
dep.-uted foi theii lespeelive homes highly
pleased with the evening's enjo.viiicut.
Among those present weie- Misses Maude
Mcilln l.izle Fianklln. Anna Denlsnu,
Oussle' Denlson, Mamie- Fiiiuklln. Maggie
Spear I'loia Vnungniau. Lillian lleivey,
Anna Alluiug. Jlnggle Alliang Minnie Wo.
meldorf, Lucy Womeldoi t, Tonic Kunile
gialier, Lillian Hnsmon, l-lnola Hunt, C111
ile House ot Enipniia. Kns., Dottle Hose,
of Kansas Clt . Mo; .Messrs. I..11I lllood,
Robert Toole, lie-it Jackson, Melt 31eln
non. C'lmiles Youngman, Onle tMci'amiucnt.
John Spear, l.dvv.inl Albang and Haivcy
Will Olvo 11 Pie lllc To-day.
The dllferent trade unions or metal
wotkeis In the fit. Including the lil.uk
smiths. Iinnmoulden brasswoikeis, ma
. hlnlsts and boilerinakeis' unions, give an
exclusion and pie nil at lllsm.irk grove
to-day. The lulu will leave ibu t'nlon
depot tills 11101 nlus at "J ii'clejek. At the
giove there will be all Ivjnds of annul
ments, including a matih game of ball hc
twieu the Depailincnt House lliuvs and
( Itieat amateur team. The train will leave;
I he giove at 7:.!1! o'clock In the evening to
II turn to the city.
'Hie Colored 'uinplliccllllg.
T'liem will bo three meetings to-day nt
the colored campmeellng at Ken's park.
This morning at 10 o'clock Ihe Itev. J,
If. Ilanison, of H.iMer Smlngv, Kas,
will coiiduel the services. In the aftei
noou the coloied lady evangelist, Lena
.Mason, will pieiu-li to all folks on the
subjet t "Loose Him and Lot III111 do"
In the evening her subject will be "With
out Sight." Tho meetings an largely at
tended, not only b e-oloicd people, but u
great many white people.
The Kansas City Orehcsti.i Association
was oiganie.l Fiiday evening at Zeltz A
Stevens' hall. Thcie are twentv-i-lglu mein
beis. and Ihe orchcstni i composed ex
clusively of stiiuged InstiiuiiPiilM. It Is
the oulv one of Its kind 111 the two Kansas
Cltvs, There will be iinotliei meeilng Sat
urday night, when Ihe im-mbt rshlp will
piobably be Increased. The on-licstia will
play orlalnul aii.inBements of well known
A hil-peited llmglar.
Hunt Evans, alias Unci llvereit, was ar.
re-steel by the pollen yesteiday on tho
charge of buiglai He was lockecl up at
police heudquuilPIs and vvllt be tinned
over to tlio slain aulhorltlt n to-moirow.
Evuns is suspected of being the negio who
cnteied Hid lioniii of Mih William John
sou, at 33.) Ami avenue, Fiid.ij afleiuonn
and stole a pocketliook containing j.73.
He was captuied lij Olllcer Picss VQiinger.
Arrcslrd for Assault.
Robert I'alieison, son of I'nder Sheilff
Coivluo Patlerson, was airested last night
by Olllcer Iledriek on u wairant chaiglng
liim with assault, Tho wairaut was l.ssm-d
by Judge l.eand at the Instance of Chatled
W'alkcr, who claims that Patterson as
saulleel him I-'ilday ulglit on .Minnesota
avenue. Patteisou was icleased 011 a jiu
bond, to appear In police cyuit Monday
rmieral of Miss llue-ti he.
Tho funeial of Miss Alma llueschn will
take place this afteinouii at l: o'clock
fiom the family home. No. 10J3 Aiiustiong
aveiiuo, Only Immediate friends of the
family and lelatlvcs will attt-iul. This W
due to the fact that Miss lluesthe hud of
ten rcmaiked to her paicnts thut when
she died she did not want u big funeial.
The bod will be bulled at Oak Utove
There will be a galled meeting of tho
Equal Suftiage Association Thuisday aft
ernoon, August 1, at the home of the pres
ident, 3Irs. Jennie Matter, 73i Awustiong
uvciiue Impoitant business will be irans
aced and a lull attendance is desired.
Deputy United States -Marshal Phil Kirk
leluiiicl vcslcrd.iv morning ti m H.iuih
1 rn tiinns will) lllll Hnwnrd an' 1 1. It"
Wells licdli wen iirriMcd em lit luirgp
of selling llipmr wllhotlt a bovii iitienl li
ter c Mmslial Kirk Piivs the .11. "but
lc euers." The wcio taken to the eoiintv
IImI l.stule lr.tnfi.
lb nl et,ile p m.frrs for the pnt vvpch,
furnished lij W Tlinmpsoti S l'n, nb
slliictprs of titles, Coiiimtiln bull ling, cor
ner Sixth nud Mimii-siitu tWenuc, Kumu
City, Kits, Telephone West li.
J1. Schvvnrfinhois lo l Ha'Uthman; lot
H, hlock ill AtninuidnlP, $1.!"".
A. Stvlp-i wsl te to II. Culm, lot H. block
SI, Ariiloiinlnle. ?'.
F, (I. Hp.vwhiiI et nl to f. tttiidn land In
see linn 27, lotnhlp II, mligp Jo JleiOO
Attipiloiiii Inv-t sniient Compinv to M.
II. u Horn; lot 21, bloclt 2, IVIIpvIpW net
L. V Slnhl lo 11 .1. Lynch; lot 1(1, bloPk
2, Vim-out heights, lim).
Mnigarr-l Hell to c. J. (love. lol 73 and
W III an addition to tllenn pirk. $7i.
II li MoOheV to (I. 1.. I'eiri r lis lot 8,
Wink R. and lot 37, block 1, llrowhp's Park
s, Thompson lo 1:. Walton; south half
of lot M. (Ir.iml View. fnl.
A. II Jinlcl to .1 T. Duff; lot Sfl, block
81, Atnioiirdalp, Jinn
A II Jtidd lo D I". Duff, lol V, block
Hi, Artnoutiliile, J lim
v Stolls to J. M Slolts; lot I, block S,
(I. It t'nsllp to II Vouttge; lol P.. block
a, Hell's subdivision jam.
D J Ailniip) et nl to E. L. Wlllnrd: lot
II. block ID, Adams X King's addition, il,2ao
.M. Conwiiv lo J, t'oiivvnv; lots .VI .1, ml
1111.I M. blot ( ImJ. 11I1. 1 lols M and W. block
III. lots 17 mid IV, block 15.1, W'jnndolle
plly, lol If! mill 17, blocl, .".. Siinu.vslde, lots
. il nn. 1 tft, bin. k It, lot , block tit, lot 10.
bloc k I.', lid It. bloc It r'l lot in, block VI.
lols 3 and 32, block 'in, Armoitrdnle. t',n.
Minnie V. Tib key lo F. I, Hussell; imlt
or lot I, blink .1. Tflikei's ndilllloti. K7.i.
.1. Miller lo F. .1. Mllielle; lols 7 mid S,
block 17, Hell's third subdivision, J7S.
A. C. I.oivery lo E A. Lovvery; land In
scv-llon "I, township II, range '21. Sl.inn.
Knw Vnllei Town Site and ltildge Com
pany to Ma Anderson, lot 20, block lint, Ai
J II. Spiuloek to .1. W. Adams; lots .",;
ami 37, block 172 Ncuthrup's part. SI,"!'!.
S J Mr nd to II C. Mend it nl; lot S7.
block 2, Piiclllc tilaee. HI, lis).
It. Atkins to F, D Paisons, lot II, block
Ki. Artiiourdnln, Slim.
Teim llorstinni) to If. lTorsttnan; lots H7
and IIs, block 13i. NeirihriipV part, S1,.W.
K Zenz to II. L Sllne; lot i'li. block I,
ilreystone hiluhls, J.lim
H. I. Stlne to J. C tloodwln. lot Si,
block I, (irov stone heights, Jioa.
E. J Mdntosh lo (1. II. Mclnlosh; lot
II, block !, Armourdnle, $l,0ua.
,111:1 iiopoi.is .iu(!i:i.i,ANr.
Ilnselinll llrkelM Tor sale at Casp ,; Hal.l
ildge's. The W It. C. will Blvn a dlnmr. August
li, Repnbllciin convention d.-iv, to nilse
money to pav thelt 1 tinning expensen,
Frank Wing was taken before the pro
bate Judge vestordn to have him sent to
the 1 eform .school.
Hotel Huron. Ilnest meals and coolest
rooms In the city.
The exclusion aiinoiineed foi August I,
lo Atchison, will not take place A mls
lindei standing between the parties makes
the excursion impossible1.
Ilnscbiill tickets for sale nt Case Raid
llclge's. Hannah fjulnn yesterday llled suit In the
dlstilct court against the Swirt Packing
Company to iccovei m.oefl for the ilenth
of hei hiisb.-iiiil, Mernard Qnlnn tjulitti
was killed bv falling six stoiles In an ele
vatoi on June L'l.
H. M. Whisner .t Co.. funeral directors.
Telephone west HI, Ptompt attention given
to telephone 01 dpi s day or night.
L. M. Jones yesterday sold his beautiful
home on Oivlllo avenue, to Willliim Lolieu
steln, of New York, for .ViOI. 'ihe pioper
ty was sold because Mr. Jones ptoposcs 10
move ncioss the line when his 1 omp.in)
opens up Its stoic oil .Main street.
Temperance rally In Salvation At my tent
next Mondav evening nt Ilurnn place.
Services conducted bv 31r.. Fanitlo .Mos
lei, ol Kansas Clt, Kas.
A laiewell supper will be extended 10
Rev. William Ilerr nud fanillv. who nie
about lo depait fiom this 1 It v. I'' the
meuibeis of the Itlvervlew Congiegitlon.il
church next 'luesday evening.
Ttasebull tickets for sale at Case S. Balil
Attoincy Oeotge 1!. Watson Is In Chica
go on a business trip.
Coiim lliniin W'ldener went 'to Excelsior
Springs last evening tq spend Sund.vv. His
wife Is there spending a month fur liei
Attoincy A. L. Ileiger went to Leaven
worth .vesteid.i on legal business
('olonel It. M. Jones, of the water works,
left last evening for his home at I'uth
beit, (la. to spend a month with his t.im
llj. (Ieoige Iloersmiin and sons. CJeorge nnd
Leo, and Albeit and Max Holmark l-rt
list evening tqr Qulnc to spend Suinlav
Willi fi lends.
State Accountant Chiilllnor letuined
fiom Topeka sestet day moinlng to icmain
Edwin .M. Smith, of the stnfe nuditon's
olllee, will spend Sunday witli his parents
on Ann nventie.
State Labor Commissioner Mini e-ame
down from the slate capital last evening
to spend Sunday with his family.
Colonel D. E. Cornell, of lionner Spilngs,
was In the city yesteiday calling 011
Miss Anna Denlson Is entertaining her
old schoolmate, Miss llessle Cleveland, of
.Mis. Fannie Rcld Slusser has returned
from Denver, whom she aitended the an
nual convention ot the National Teach
Phil II. Knowlton, of Norton, Kas, has
reliiined to hl.s home, after a pleasant visit
with Robot t .McDonald Howling, of the
.Mis. D. S. Haines and 3Ilsses Alta ami
Ina Haines, wife and daughters of Hon.
1. S. ILiIiips, of Edwardsville, cue upend
ing a few weeks with Mis llalnes' slsni.
.Mis. R.H-. J, W. Wood, at Iloonesboro, I.e.
Itev. R. 0. Denhiim. of die Central Chris
tian chinch, is In Paola. K is. He will as
sist lu tho dedication of the new Clulstian
Tho Rev (!, H. Howard, of Topeka, Is In
tho city, tho guest of his son, the Itev. E.
.Misses Evu nnd Lllll 111 Welch have re
fill nod from a xlslt with iheir cousin at
Ad bison, Kas.
Miss Anna Howling, d mghter of Ex
Shetilf T, It. Howling, re tin net Inst even
ing fiom ('lev 1 land, () , wheie she has
been visiting for the past ilx weeks.
Miss E.ln.i T.-itnian pntei talned n puty
of filends Thuiscliiy evonlng In honor of
her giiestH, Misses C01.1 . ml Ella Leach
nud Mr. John Thomas, of Olathe, Kns. The
evening was e-njoyabh spent pitying
games. Tho guests weie treited to a splcn.
eild repast, after which th. v departed for
their io,sp. ctlv-c homes Those' present
weie: Misses Maml Joluisoi , Juanila John
son, Minnie Patteisou, N Hie Patterson,
Kate Daniels, Jessie, Llllle and Lama El
lis, Me-itha Wakeman, Ell 1 Oililith, Vlunle
(iilllitb, Dora D.ill.ir.I, Emma nud Eva
Wells, of Kansas Cltv. Mo: font nnd
Ella Leach, of Olathe. Kas ; .Messis. Rleh
anl Daniels, Otto U .Vlaunr. M. A. Jack
son, E Wostfall. Wllllan .Mai tin, Louis.
Allen, ("Ieoige Allen. (1 lliieklnghutn. Hen
iv lledtenblne, Fied (irilllth.D Francis 31c
Cillloiil, John Thomas, 01 ulutho, Kas ;
E. W Thomas, K. I'm vis, T. II. Wood
nnd F D. Pat sons.
Fiiday evening Mls.s Nannie Manloy en
tci tallied a party of fib n Is at her home,
on South Fifth street. A pleasant evening
was spent by participating In various
games of amusement. Thoso present were:
.Misses. 31.iry and Alhoit.i Pos If. Josle
llowanl, Joslo .McC.utli, .Maggie JlcCat
th, -Maggie llano, Myitlo Tioup, 3Iaiy
nnd llessle Manley, .Messrs, Ernest and
Robert Spellman, Will Dunb ir, E.Ig-ar
Merge. John Wren. Earl Hahcr lohnDovle,
Huddle and John Manley and Thomas Col
lins. James Paul wai ovenopio bj heat es-lerd-iy
afternoon, while w 01 king near the
county bridge lie was removed to his
home by fellow workmen vvhete he soon
Mrs. It. J. Fuubion, or Ml South Ninth
street, Is entertaining Mis. Emma. Hutlou
and son, of Sheldon, Mo.
Itev, J, E Chandler an 1 wife returned
vesterday morning from a wce-k's visit at
Tho local Sijyatlon Army gave a well at.
tended social last evening lu Shawnee
This evening Captain llucklln ami Lieu
tenant Stanley, of Kansas City. 3Io , will
assist In the Salvation Army meeting In
31any members of the 1 O. O. F. went to
Homier Springs, Kas., last evening to par
ticipate lu the dedication of a new 1. o. O,
F nail at that place.
Mrs. Edward Fletcher is visiting filends
at lola, Kas.
The following olllcers have been Installed
by Acllvo tent. No. 7. Knights of Macca
bees; Past commander. A, Voght. c im
niauder, J. M. Chaplin; lieutenant u 111
inander. i E. East, ree-ord keept-i. L W.
Lowlnsky: finance keeper, V. 11, iicliulg;
chaplain, J, K, rauL
A leleplinne Evelinligp Id lln l'tc(blllipcl
Plans fur n lllg Hotel llrlng
The Mlssoutl .trnl Kansas TPlephone Com
pnti bus lened rooms over lh" stoic of
Hiilninrll iM licit k Idr their tdcphohe ex
chatiKe III this tltj. The headquatlors of
the 1 uiiiiMti) will lie localed nt (bis plato,
dl0 tlin svvlfi hbonrds and optraluiK roonH.
Ifisteiiel or two vvliss between IndepPlid
(net- ami the cllj, Iheic will be four, lo
bundle the lmliipss between lint two cit
ies. The public tele phone slallon will br
immed vvIipip II now Is, nhd Mr. Davis, IIh
present inunnger, will ipiuhUi lb 1 hnrsc.
I'liO sirlligliiR of flic wlrps will be coiil
mcheeil nt 1111 enrlv dale, and low irds tho
bit let pat tlon of next month the exchange
will be In operation.
Planning tor 11 Hlij Hold,
Citizens of llidppeiicb m e have on foot
n project, which, If successful, will acid
much to ihe city ns n suburban lesldciitc
place, and will be 11 borne to Kansas clt
mis who cannot go lo ilii genshoie during
the? Minuner months. ' he pniject Is to
bllllcl 11 big hotel, Willi a Will bo to hide
pendptice what the Elms is lo Excelsior
SpMbfts. Should the plan succeed It will
be built iipiii the tPiininus of the Air line,
mid Kltisns I'll ,- llidepc li.lellce Electllc
line lallwuys, 1 ml will pussiblv b" localed
Just west or the piescm ell.v hall. While
the entire scheme Is Pl in uu ptnb.vio
slalp, the plans "how thai when the lusll
Hilton Is limit r wav It will be a ctcellt lu
the city. It Is lo be lluee stories lu height,
with intnitieps 011 West Maple avenue and
Lexington snoots In Ihe eentei or the
building an to be Ihe olllcc s and oil cither
side the dining rooms ami conceit halls.
The eiitei prise Is to be 1 stock conct'in
nnd Kansas Clt capitalists. 111 e hi Id to be
Interested. At the West eniimiec thoio
will be n btwn nnd summer guidon, whole
the smuts can plometiiule. The plan or the
entile cotueni Is 1111 extensive otic, and IT
can led thiough to a siicvi'ssful comple
tion Will dl aw mail Kansas CH people
to Independence who me now stowed away
111 the hotels uf Kuii:is I'll.
N( (I le losing.
The Innctlvlt of Ihe board of health as
to nuisances around the square mid elsc
wheie has caused a goiiti.il complaint to
be made by cltlruliv. The allos mid vaults
uiiitind the public square tile veiy notle e
nhle at tills lime ol eai. A liollllcutlaii
rrom the bo.inl of lienltb, It Is belli veil,
would in a inonsiiie call the attention ol
propel fv owneis to the file ti In the case.
A genontl n spouse would follow, and tho
ires(iit condition would bo alleviated 10
sump extent. Cilieus who have icascm to
complain allege that the have notified the
clialunan of the bnani of health 11s lo cer
tain nulsinees, but their complaints have
Mls( ( lliuii'otis.
Alexander Ounnlnghnm arrived home
vesteidii fiom Kentuek, whole he lifts
bee n spending scveial months with tula
lives. Alts. K. K. Maiden, or Cnithnge, Mo,, Is
In ihe oil, the guest or Mis. James R.
Uiidgell, South Main stteot.
Miss itcorgla Walle Is entertaining her
rrlencl. Miss Meulah ltoolb, of Wtstpoit, at
her home on West Maple avenue.
The- Independence Woolen Mill baseball
team will . ros bits this afternoon with
the J .1, Fosters of Kansas Clt.
Lincoln Rice is quite 111 at his home on
South Main stieet. Ills condition was
tonsleleicd quite critical jostcnla).
Miss Mnggtc Wlthrow and biothei Wil
liam, of (inlen.i, Kas., m.. the guests ut
L. It. C.upenter and fumil, on Alton
Miss Ninnip .McCiinlv, Miss Laura
Mooie nnd Mis. 31ary Pi acot k will leave
tomoriow fur a tew diis' stay ut Peitle
.Miss Virginia Tnckei, who has been
sp. tiding sevcial months' in Oklahoma, has
returned home for the summer.
.Mr-. Melville IIhNp Is entertaining her
nelco. Miss Mamie llulse. of Oak Urove.
c R. Pugh, fiom Rowling C.ieon, Mo.,
spent vesterda lu this tit, the guest of
IL (1. Stiilhani. of the Alton lullw.i.
Propiletoi Sinck of the Meichants'
hotel proposes to dispose or Ills boarding
house In this cRv. The building will lie
I c modeled in part.
Mrs. J. P.. Mole loft last night for
Kingsvllle, Mo, where she will be the
guest of relatives foi tevernl days.
Cltj. Engineer Jones i busy taking sur
veys between Independence and the river
for the sewerage estlin ue.
Tin" eoimiy court bold a brief session In
this clt jcslpidii, after which they ad
join nod to Kansas Cltv.
Hannah J. Landers llloel suit for divorce
esteiday fiom her husband, Iiobeit E.
Landeis. CiiipI ti eminent is alleged.
I). M. Holmes, attorney for tho Kansas
City &. Inileiieiidonte electllc line, was In
the city yesterda Tlio company does not
expect to t eminence woik on its South
Main slreel franchise for some lime to
The Independence p.nt of nimrods who
expected to hunt this fnll at Jackson's
Hole, Id., received n. lettei estordu.v from
one or Hie settlrrs thai he would leccivP
them and enteituin thin to the best of his
Miss .1. nnlo Simmons will load the meet
ing of the 3. 1'. S. c. E. in the Congiega
tionnl e-hur. h this evening.
Jniige Heir lined Frank Rogers $(0 nnd
io-is jestetday. Rogers wis found giillty
nf shooting a eow by a jutv on the pre
vious day. He tiled an appeal bond and the
case will be tried iniilie district couit.
IMvvaid .Mooie went fishing esterduy
ne.ii llollld.!, Kas. lie told a good staiy,
but falleel to show an fish.
ntto Dalhko, aged 3 eais, died yesferday
at the pirwits' homo on Speur avpnin
Tho funeral took plac-e In the afternoon.
Miss Nellie lilunk, of Abilene. Kas., Is tho
gu-st of Mrs. William 31ieldlek.iufr.
Miss Dora Rhodes left last evening for
Kalamazoo, Mich., to visit friends
Mis W. .1. N.VP, of Clyde. Kus., Is the
guest of L. H. llaynes and wife, of Silver
Mis-os Anna Hrennnn and Julia Soil, of
Chli.iK. are guests of Thomas MfMiihon
Rev c S, Virnr and a parlv from this
city will atteml the I.enexa. Kas., Mctlio-dl-t
1 anipineetlng this week.
No services will be hold at tho Congrt -gatlon.il
chinch this morning, owing to the
tb-ienoo of the pasinr.
rgentlne fans will attend the Exposition
I,iik game this afternoon en masse.
Dr S. F. Match and family are entertain
ing .Mrs M. A. Cortcdyon, of Kansas City,
No Pre'byft rlau services will bo hold t hi
afternoon, but Sunday si hool will be held
as usual at 'A o'clock.
Miss Stella Horn Is entertaining Miss
3Inggle Orr, of Kansas Ciy. Kas.
Mrs Charles Horn is visiting friends
nml relatives at Olathe.
conductor Thomas Moore and wife liavo
n new boy at their home.
Erich I'ctterson, of Kansas City. Mo.,
was in the city yesteiday visiting Mends.
John Kainey has gone to West liglnla
to vWt friends und relatives.
M T. Williams reported to the police jes.
teielay t lint a J-yeai-old black horse was
stole n Thursday night from Ids stable
J. Jones, recently committed to jail (or
v.tgianc, niusotl to woik On the lockpih
estt.rdu. lie Wets chained theie ino-t at
the day. but did 110 work.
William Kent, .1 ttiisteo of tho Christian
I'mon church, made a protest tit police
headquarters yesterday against allowing
baseball games oil the Third ward giounda
on ,Sundus. The police will Investigate.
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
Rosedale by Eugene Miller, who will also
collect tor Ihe sumo in lim minted rate of
10 cents a week and make Ids collections
Tin- Little .ttlues jesterduy defeated tho
Hl.ick StOikfligs by a scoie of II to ;'.
llatieties for ihe Little Itliles, lloce and
Harris; for Illack Stockings, Powell and
Tho Iron Clt will play tho (lolden Ea
gles this afternoon on the lion Clt's
Miss lllanch Janes, of Ottawa. Kas,, Is
bitilig .Miss (Ii.ipu Wise, of the West end.
Charles Cornwall left yesterday ror Pu
eblo, Col , vv here lie- has accepted a posi
tion In the lolling mill.
The Rev. Mr. Howard will preach .it the
Il.iptirt church lids moinlng.
Services at all the 1 lunches lo-day,
Itopiilillcaein or tliei I Igbtb eliidlcl it DUIilcl,
Junction City, Kas., July 27. (Special )
The county HopublUan central lonimlttt-e
met to-day lo move 111 the matter or Judge
lor the Eighth Judiclil dlstic. Resolu
tions wero passed embodying the senti
ment that u. district Republican cential
committee should be oiganUed and that
each count be entitled to tonal repre.
seiitatlou and further that ihe county
chairman be empoweied 10 appoint poi
sons to uct wlfh those fiom other counties
to organise und constitute the Republican
Judicial centtal committee. The Repub
licans of the district have not hud an or
ganization since 1S7.
Warrensburg. Mo., July 27.-(Speclal ) II.
S. Tovvnsend and his son. living near heie,
weie bitten t'sterd4y evening by a labtil
clog The bo was Hist attacked and bit
ten In the leg. The father endeavoi -d to
rescue the boy und was, bitten In the
ankle. Tho dos was shot.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
, lllltONP.lt" ill lt SI MAIII.NH) 10 nii
os A I.IVI COItl'll!."
A tlrnfprj store Cloed bv Ms t rodlt-
or )-iln of llie Prank "inlt stcu Ic
uf Uniide Mli ell.iiiriius Items
anil Pirscmal New.
I.lll) Mm tin, noififhnin oeilnrrd VVtun
nil, lUtctiiPti I sillc Iflrt Flbln.v night by
'inking litiiiphltio ami nl a l.tle liniir lh
Wtilllilli Wna leptMlod'lu lip ile.id.
Ea'rlJ ,v palerfWy ni-iinliig t'.mst ililc
,Itllllli N'elllmurr ipIophWecl to f'ororter
Mcdlll of tin vveunnn'tj Heath ami he was
tiilit In linptinpl n Jpfy and vloiv the
loiiinlns iioHirntory (b ImitllriK nn lh
Mtiest. Tlio consialilc, not vvlnltlit, U lw
eilltctniip by snnic lher!h'f i''Hsftlt Kaff'
slulile, litirrlrdly stitiimimed ilcorgp flr
ten, a fiiroiiiitn, .Ititiu Kenlet-y, twrt
Uiitvnn, Jiiinrsi SliiiUKhncssv , l-'tiilik
Obiidrlck and .tack llolllns, wli'i. nft-r
ImvitiK tho oath ndtninlsiprod. firinptl
piocppclcel to tho ! otisr of the ilarllti
wumnn lo view the "n mnlni," '
A rap ut tin il.mr brtniglit a vrv
licnlth.v looklllB irlorpd woman to th"
fie.nl nml Hip Jdiy wus potnlpdly lolcl
'tint thev could hultl no ltniii--.-"t thptp, n
tin 10 whs on coriis' on hand, l-'ll.i
Mm (In, Hip mipi'Mcil siibJoiU ror an n
iticst, wan binB . a ouch, far ip
muvciI front Hi.- lmiiit of ilcui. The
Juiy bold it foiin'il; iilm. vvlu n 11 w.ts
dptei mined lo kcp ihe tnmr a "it'l,
bill It leiikcil nut nnd was ItmdP the'
butt ftu itian.v 11 joke oil the strepls
tlirotiRhotit ycslt'iilnj .
Itc.tl Estate e-ales.
Tim followliitr transfers of real estate"1
111c rppoi'tptl by (.iPiitK" V. Hyde, ah
ull actor, 1011111 I'S, iSyitit litiililliiK, tcle
Clinilos .1. ViniTuyl to U'llllani Snmll,
lots I and f. block 21. Central, Win.
John Mrlinci lo Wullor C. lllll, Iota 19
and id, block iJ, Stilling' sope.nd nddltbin,
William li. Rice to Thomas II. Tit) lor;
west half nf lol 5. block TS, Ltavcnvvortl)
clt propof, $100,
IMwtud HiiHsell to Jolin E. liming:
east half or southeast quintcr of se'ctioli
II. townsii K', lange 21, JI,'200.
Wlllluiii is. Iognti in Charles II. Stone;
southeast quarter of section 20, except
scuithoiisi 10 neies. nlso vvc-sl half of
1101 tlioast ti, also oust xl ncii'M of norlh
vvpsl iumlcr of spctiou "il, all In town
ship 11. ningp 21, 51' GOO.
IIclis of I-:. J, Iliimphicys to Svlvcstor
E, lliiinpliievs; lot 1, blocl; II, I.envcn
vvoith city piopi't-, JS.'iOO.
I loirs rr E. .1. llumpliioys to Lulu M.
Van Tuvl: soiithvvp.st qurit tor nf norlh
p.ist (tmt tor of soctlon in. tnwtishlp 10,
i.mge 22, and oust half of northeast
qimi tor of .section 1(1, township 10,
Heirs of E. .1. Humphreys' to Eleanor
lluiupliic s; SS acres in iiorthvvcit quar
ter of section 10, township 10, range '--.
Samuel L. Zoininor to Juliet F. Dnvv
soiis, lot 2, block hi, l.luwiKid, STnii)
Julia F Dawsniis to W. J. Davvsons;
A Had I'alltne.
The gnicery steite' or Itemmert ei
'IVinmo was clnsod yesteiday on ti large'
iiuiubci of iitlacliiifjits .1111I , neltlier
meinbi'i of Hip til 111 cojild bo found yes
tPiday. The house lias been Jn upcin
llon but a short time and lias been do
ing quite a business!. Attachments vvMx
run on iho stock nf gciods by It-dilllng ."C
Co. Ililllllilll, Todd .s; Co. the Dlllecti
Savings biinl:. the Hush .Milling CVnn
pany and a laigc number nf ntlier bicnl
part lot-. How extensively the ilrm dealt
with iititsldo llrms is not known, bin il
Is supposed the have- outside c-teclltuis
It is said that flu- slock of goods mi
hand will not begin to pay the cneUtoi".
Held to Answer.
Hubble Heed, of Kansas Cltv, ilmg d
with tin- burglaiv .if the stem- m Li ,s
Miio it Co.. cm the- night nl Jul 1 w 1
iirriilgncel liofoip Justice c'.iiniv vis
lordu afternoon feu a prcliminai.v In 11
Ing. ScrgcantH Rrav nml W'alford, of the
Kansas City police force, vve-n- on h iinl
and Ipstiflcd to nrrosting Roeei and llml
lug most of tho stedc-n goocls In his p"s
srssion und the rcmulndpr nt .1 pawn
shop. Reed iletdiili-d. to take tin st uel
In scir-dcfpuse and was held m th'
sum of $7."i0 to uivswor nt tin- di'-fiiti
court. ReltiK unable to give bail, lit
wus remanded to the count Jail
Ne'Xt Thursday afternoon, 011 the sand
bar lust north of the now steel luiclge,
Chnuipleili J. YV. Sexton, nt Leaven
worth, and Louis Erhanlt. uf Ate bison,
will contest for the world' (hutnpinii
shlp trophy nt inanimate tnigets. This
locution was decided upon estnda as
being piefcrnble to .Maple paik. and
ample pippurntlon me being made tor
the event. The event Is to be tree lo
ever body mid no doubt a largo crowd
will be In attemlancp.
nought by i). v. I'arwdll Co.
The re-mnnnt of the Frank S oil drv
.......lu Li,i,.lr vn dlsainscd of at lillblie-
liuctlon'yisterdu, Mayor lined; a 'tnirf as
The htnek was pure based by Hi" J- .
F.u-vvtll Company, or Chlcagn, the ce.n
Bleioratlon being $12,000, the companv Ik -ii.fl
one of tho ere dltcu'S.
Seveial local llrms bid on tho mm U
Ml-ce II iiiioiu.
-Myron R. Rergen Is the manufat Hirer of
the Ilnest mattresses and pillows on the
market. They are called Cellulose and .11 ej
guai anleed never to pack and become bard
or lumpy. Address 215 Shawnee street,
The police force was ycstcidcy siir
plied with helmets Thev 1110 ot a il.nk
giay eolnr aurt tar superior te tlic- old
Then- will bo n temiiernticp nn cling to
inoirow night in ClileketliiK halt, .11
which Professor Culver, of Kmni.t,
will be1 tlio ptlnclpal bpoaket. Piep.na
tlons .11 e IipIuk made by tlio nilvniuiea
of teinpc-r.nice to have a larso turnout
Tho new hose of tlio lllo depart im ut
vvltlistandH 11 ptessuii' of I 'JO pounds m
I In- Miuaiti iueli.
N. IS. I'ciry, tlio velPl.lll local news
paper lepnrter, who was .rccentl ac
judged to be Insane, will be- mkun li
the iisyluni at Tnpolta, uullt-e to that
e-ttect having lionn iccelyed from the
itsylum eillleluls vesieielay.
Slice t I'nuiiiilssieiner Ilraldwcioil did
sonic good wnik jc-stoiclay In flushing
und t-banlng tile pt'iticlji.ll stttota of tho
Captain W- A. Cade, of un is Cltv.
was In Le.iveiiworili yestercl.i consult
ing Vinton Stillings about tilt big sand
bar which the hitter iccciitly fen. -I in
Mr Cade claims an InU'ivsl In the bar
Just 1101 ill of 1-ust Lc-tiyeiivviiitli
Rilteu lUinibe-t of I.eaveiivvoitli iic-.ipl.
went down in Kansas City vcstudi
vvitnoss tlio bU I'-tll game botvvceii an
Kansas Fit und lutliauapolU teams.
The open air cmuc-it at the Soldicis'
lioiiiu will commences at 0:30 o'clock this
evening. , , , .,
Fiank Hunt. Ji , is homo from Europe
Yi'siciday was one of the hottest tl.ns
uf the summer, vet 110 sunstrokes w.iu
Assistant (Stii'iol Passenger Ag. nt
Warfel, of the Hiltlmoru .t Ohio 10 nl.
was In I.euM'iiworili e-slerduy.
Attorney A- I. Heigcr. of K.uisas C'H.
Kns., was In l.c-avnwultli yesteiel.i
Thcie was noihuig nt-vv lu police clr-i- s
1'iofessnr 11. K llrueo iiml lainlb
went In HiunswiiK -Mo., ycstnili,
wheto they will t.uuln sovet'al weeks.
II Mlc, Clillillill.
Last summer wo hid a ehlld suftcr ng
from bloody llux.when we came into pos
session of a small bulk of Chanibu lam's
SS1CI11 tu rill,.. ......v ... .ituiiiuumtii,
ilic, Cholera and Dlaiihoea Re me iy 1
ive some of It 10 Un ihlld ac-onlliig to
.... il...,. 1. nCfi- I. I .llltirijC Ins......
liliCtCIUUa. V M ' . ......ww ...v.Ml.V It-
llc'l alio Ciiccec-ti a 1" iiu.,,.i.i,v vuct-. 1 can
cheerfully ucommuid It Oeorwc Jenkins.
Cedar Creek, Taney Co., Mo.
Rain Water Hakcr
Sitii'lic tlio i'diplc Willi lit (il-nii'l
Work ill All titniiiilrles. mitl N
.Not Out of l'ltii'o in
limn Wntor M.vliPr. the Wh1 Cam
pound, is not siiperreile?d by fl!rtIlllS ten
ihe WarkPt to-.lnv The" slfPpheNit penpc
lat r -hue krd aboul twin this
RrJa clJIJolinit at to-t'nj lt
frlPtufet. tu rfWind pM.it.ili. v hoi
fenlvT 0? !trt the hnrdpst waiter, lu' dill
ITpvoM cflor from nmnlfts It prlBlfd
g.-eeSs, u is nlso extra line for ciesMtng
tinware, u. As a btith roo,ujsltt It Is un
surpassed. All gresers keep Rain Water Maker; Mk
them for It und be convinced.
UiVOHGES IN OKLAHOMA,
Preilnilo tluilgis Mine Mi lllglil lo (Incut .1
Dierec.-.Mmir .Marriages lllgubuiiis Ae-
(iirdliiB tee the MlplPliiP I'oilrf.
rliUhrlo. O, T. JnlV 37 (8pc"tnl. The
eiklahomn supremo ccmti to-day remtpn I
opinions in lltt-twy cases, many of them
xjf gynoral Inlerrat throughout the terri
tory. I.i twehty of these ritsw the (let'liilipns
of lower courts wrre r. v-ts. 1 The mosi
Important case Jet Idee! w 1 d liAtti dl
vorc 4ce, In w-hloh the- court ilitlrnicd
Us former decision, elenxlng the right of
probutp court' to mnnt ellvorcoii nd dpxjlai
Ing the humlreds of dlvorc es by prpbale
jutlges to lc ople from all over the Ullltoel
States Illegal nii-l void and nil subsequent
unit rtngpft blgunioii-.
UMI'IIII M'AI'IU .VIAIisllAL HEAD.
t, ileitis I.. 'Icmc Mircuilibi to 'lihold
I'cvrr at Ardinoii-, I. 'I'.
Ardmuic. t. T. July 27. -Lucius L. Stowe,
I'm-i'd State's marshal for ihls district,
died t I o'clock this afternoon after u
brier illness from tjphold fever. 3Ir.
Stow'o was appointed by Picsldonl Cleve
land last March, Jle was a Mason ot high
stomUng and the fraternity will lake
charge of the funeral. Ills rsmulns will
be Interred ut Sherman, Tex., to-moirow.
Heath of s. p. 11, .Id.
Litwrence, Kns, July 27. fSpPttaU Mr.
S. T. Fit hi, one of the leading book, and
stationery dealers In l-aiw-ronee, died this
moining at the homo nf J, (ioi.lon Olbb In
this clt, of heart disease. He was one of
the besi known buslne-ss men of the clt.
and er popular In 6Ve rv wn. He hud
been sit k about four weeks. He was !i"i
.vours old nnd was born In I lock Island
He came to Lawrence? In 1SSt and hits sine o
been In business lure. He wns a director
In the Douglass Count bank and of flu
Kansas Handing nnd Loan Association
Ho leaves a wile and ehlld. The funeral
will take place at 4 o'clock Monday.
Kan-is M lie Telphers .Mc-etblg.
Topeka, JuiV 27 (Spot Inl ) Tho execu
tive committee of the State Teachers' As
soc iutlon met nt -the stktn superintendent s
olllee lei-da to comment e the piepar.'itlon
of a progianune for tin stale meeting 111
December mxt. Those present -were Pres
ident John DlPlrlch, eif Emporia: Otto
Foi lit, 01 Pili-billg, mi! Stale Stipiim
tcneb ut St.nilt v.
10 NN'cst Ninth St .Kfiiistis, City. Ho
Lenlliit, nitl sii 1 e-sfui -.pen hills- la llloil
NO! VOU-t.llHl 1 rl'leM Illse-lsC'S
Mililiilt uiitliirv, with It- many
gloonn svuiptciins 1 iire-cl
I osl X I r VI. 1 1 V peitnanpntlv rosiotecl.
-X I'llll.l! eciietl 1. a lllo veitliout mercury.
I ItlNAIlX 'IS. VI. eure-il quickly unl
Will N Al r, OTIII Its 1 All, consuliDr. IL
J Wlutite) ami ricelvp ilia eunclld opinion of 1
physl. inn of exfK-ilttice. auitl and Integrity. No
iuomisc-s iiiicde ih it 1 -no'ot Pe fullillecl
3I.lit('IM.s fin iiisUcel iu small colt, an l
sent anywhere) syaloct. 'liuaiuieut NEYLK
SI NT C. O. I.
j'ltEE cciiistiltatioii and urinary analvi
C! I! I lilt1 '" Health and 1 inergencles. sealott.
lull'" tor (I et uis slump. Ulaulu 1'roj.
tall en address m cmildencu
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
III Wcl Ninth Si
KVNSAS CITY. MO,
I .,!'! rnumalofVHHrtiM.
1 rut W. II I jeke, vvlio
in ikes .1 specialty of
1 pilc'pxy. Ins without
11 a cc iscthin.inyliv
1! 4 1'liv ant); Ins sue
c ii istt iiislnm; We
nl e?a:eb nf
1 111 111. lie
xi -rk 1 11 tin- t1
ll'Ce- 1'iittle' I 11
isi vvliic'li he senib Willi i
d ei! to eu c, free to any
s. nd ilicir I'll and I'vpic x
Mlllclcl. Wll 1 111 IV
newrcjs. We uIvim- anvne '.visluns' acme t'i
ad.lros Pmi. V II. PCEKL, l.D -I Ceil.er
Street, New Yen 1..
ON llKOW'N.s LMvl's Ilurlingion. WD (7J
miles from tlliea w N ( ni. It it., and c. u ,
2c SI Paul K. li 1. teiovus, Opttagos.
Row boats, Steam Helves, Wale r TuDo-gau-.,
'Jauc'lug lia I. I.dIM' lud fjrnlleiiltn
Howling Alley ami llilbai'd ltewnn All uiodoi u
jinprnv emetic r.leetiic li-his lu room an 1
gloutuU Oicliciciia Swam Hat gun to llathuu
Oromiil dally I inft ll.iilting Urotiuds in
Stale. I'luu Llveiy, Flue Drlvui. Refeiieaoej
N IH-.SCIIMAN'. JR.. Manigur
Come to Petoskcy
ftir.tcir i.ciniiuc'rs plt'aetuinei
11 in 1 .- it.niuh Uittiitii; N.
Itiutli 1 rin let iiMs-iuil..in' api'tui I
jet re 1- mil .1 lii 1 i.t .- Write- fer
tree l . It -1 s. II. ) 1 u,
.Miiuactiis I'aituer I'ttewsey Midi,
rblclifur'4 1'nulltli lil-monil IT ran t.
&rW.WRlfWy P3! S S
V -t-V-t. Ilrfuliiul iiuit llnli C'cnccluo. A
,i h -lt alt, elicCle ceericn el Cx
JI Pt4 PiimjI'I Hr 1 .('( '-"( ,f
&4J-is5s5i-' 1 1 IlilloUi I' (01 niitixA
ix -v2 " 'xtii ti itttov
TT1 . r .In.inll am. Cffi 1 ill , 1(1 h 'itUt V
1 i t-,n"OlLiT. J'f, 1 'IM.'
41 pfv-ts " "r 4 Ic.
in ti ijl f r v 1'
C Il lltflkf lor 1 uilli' '' ii return
t'bl L rl 1 r 1 at, wU u iVU uJ !" U J i
tj a4 Uh.h I'f-crfiuti. l'HJo,t V.
Tent & Awning Go,,
of Avklllllgs, 'I'tlltif, trl lg,
Paulina, Ha SlacU and 31 1
chine lovcr. Scud for pilces.
101) West Eighth &5
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