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rilK KANSAS CITY JOUKXAO'KIDAV, AUGUST 2t 181)5.
SILVER DEMOCRATS WIN,
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(InhlhtiKS .Mule u I'lt-tit In "nine (it t lie
IViirils lint 1 tu Ir fun ete Hunted
llrnt it M ores it lilt;
The OhiooMU'' prlmfle to rt (M
Bute to the county ton vent loft, which will
meet In Turiwr hall to-tntd-row forenootj ftl
It o'ctwK. lo neleet thirty-two ilel'jrtw to
th( flute, rOtlVMltoli, to be hld ot t'etle
rtpMftg on Atlifimt 8, wor held in thr loftft
hip outside of th i Ity at S Work ye?tr
tly rlMMft. and In the ton wNj of th.
city atld Vtartport nl o'clock li night.
Tit primaries ere wtth a tew etrrtdlon
Jtnrhionlous and resulted tn n complete vic
tory for free ellver and Marcy K. Brown
and hi followers. The jtoldbuK, who neat
their eUHMitif" to the lani two meetings
o ! it o i iti county committee, for
i in . ' i.rrtn tip !ttfe an! oust
it I mi f i, mi It chairmanship, found
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1ns tht frt and unllmltfu - .' silver
The trouble thai vae looKe ' fn- in the
Third tranl dlU wot occur, f" W ami
Horace Flemlne and their tin k. i- ere
out tn force, aim carried the me. ' ii wliti
out a HtruKBlo. It wan iiimorwt it it t'lyrte
KIHott and hl frlemlH kkoukl n ik an at
tempt to capture thp prlraarj-, but a corn-
trouble, and Klllott as allowed to name
four delegates. The prima, wan called to
order by Joseph 8 Hrookn, who made a
short speech. In which he said that he
hoped there would he none of the troubh
anticipated liv i'.. newspapers. Nomina
tions for '" ii in weie next in order,
and Frud mihir wus the only nomi
nee. He w i' d by it prni tlcally un.m-
tmous vote, 1. Zithm-r was eletttid
secretary over Hdc Klltuit.
A committee, i ruiKUUi ni? of .lotnh S
Brooks, LeRov Nixon and T.ail T. Itii hey.
vas appointed to seln-t delegates to the
county convention. Thine men were named:
Fred W. Flemlm.'. J. J. Williams, W. I'.
Zuhner, Alex S. Ysu, W. H Slbert, Joseph
S. Urooks. II. K. FlemlnR. A. L. Harper.
K. T. Hlchey. F, Foinuer, John t'oltej. H.
C ISfelson, Johu Onub, V. Ii fuller. Sam
uel Jnrboe, James Miane, K. F. Hrudj,
MllKenc Kirk, A. P. Foley, fldo Klllott,
Thomas Duke. 1'. K. liwer, J. L,. Hunts
man. After the delegates hud been selected,
t following resolution us adopted-
"ved. The Third ward delcKatlon Ih
I ucted to vote us a unit iiion
a before tln IiemocrutU county
. he held at Turner hull on
j nil that no proxies be rec-
I ir the delegation till any
i in iv occur."
i .iiirrl Ward.
ii I uaiy was held at
i'ii 'me Cnllinb was
i i v sect etui y. The
t 1 1 s hohen: CJeorKe
I ( li'oril A. Allen,
' .1 ty, J. II Hiim-
t i i ik.it rwln. Thoinus
( I.. n- tl.ll tlllllll,
t ' i ik 1 1 Fi(d Uwyer.
' . F. K Ually
f l I. i
I Iflli M ml
I in held at No
V was chosen
i: .1 i. seeietuiv.
In II Hal licm.
II V. Hill. F.
i ' W. K, Klnu.
i Ic 'it John Sean,
k I i ., Jutnea Todi!
ltt! ! illl.
r l ar orunniied bs
t l J 'onnor aa chairman
i ' I 'i K secretary. A nom-
I . . ipoed of r'harlpa
i i t Wi r and Mlchm i am
t ",o K llfct Of delegates,
i .Mid without a dl'ientlns
'"u land, John J, u'f'on
i k' i.m MiUUkey, owen Hiiuty,
I i uiik Waller, James H,
i K.'Kan. Mat Kiiidlln. W.
1 . I' lAiicb, - f'onnole, San
i ii'i h Knch and I'M Heurdon.
1 .i t pIm vntii- present,
.i i art ior fTt.e ller.
i k,ird Pemoirats gathered
v i ' 'ii Iat tvmliuf when they
t it ilea from that ward lo
i . linn It Mat, pUnntd be-
i , ihat Con,.ty I'ommltiPe.
nmtr was to be thrown
I i,- inn and the tdan would
i it toi the timely defense.
I . ..,..,, ".. tlk of Jerry Klir!hi,
who with a small tiitnorli) bluffed (Iikh
time the number of otiioeiita ,md tarried
Af'er the nu.'1'.rv w,m called together
ana Oeoit,'e l.iiiin,;.il was i hu, i. i hair.
man a lomniht.i w.ii aniiolia, d to a fin t
4 list of d it' ThN i.tilskd ,t dupute,
as it k di in u -,' In t ilie men in open
W.ille ih. i hi mil w . absent Hr.
Highest Honors World's
MOST PLRfTCr MMib.
K pure fj.ape Lteai i of 'f ,i it I'ov Jtr. Free
5om Ammonia, Alum nr any other idtilteran,
0 YE.VRS THS STANDARD "
John Idirmnn sfone and Mid that a
Pem. nit of the wnl and with a desire to
promote the liest Interwrt and the hsr
moii') of the w.trd, ho Witntetl lo lntrodn e
a r folutlon. He ald It w A fact that
t'ountt t'ommltteetnan Oufnet tts ion
pl iioul nlwnt snd had don nothtn
inWitid mritinn out lh tl-re of the
county committee thai tho convention le
tailed nn.l d. lesstlona sfleclnl, He sill
Mr iMrmr hnd done raithin in the m.f
tet but tir up trouble and discord mer
the mil ami for th purpow of iirotectm
the interestd of the party- In Ihat war I
hi would (nttiet that hi rowtlullnn be
rend and adopted. It was read by the sck
retar and l as follows;
"ll olt ed, That We. th Imocrat of
th" Ccenth ward, denounce Jme .
tlnrner. who misrepresents ua on the Ivm
oirattc lemral tommIttet. as a disruption
lt and a dlsorirabier, bent on the psit
disruption, and we htreby declare the of
(tie of louflty rcmtratttvnMn for the sr
enth wnnt vacnnt and afk tli county com
mittee to nil the place wiih some one who
t in barmony with and represent the
wishes ami sefrtitnem of the waM and
wilt not unile with malcontents' in the
nartj to disrupt Its ornatlon."
After the resoliittott was read Jerry t-n-Mtt
walked forward and locked, at the
papr for a moment and then said. "That's
a ojI thins for Democracy and It hnd
better be dropped. Who brings that res
olution tin here anyway"' he continued
The tftutt has no name slimed. t,et the
m-n whtJ t da Idi of It sian his name if he
hu the manhood to do so."
"It's ih sentiment of the t-mocrats of
1he ward." sugrgestcd Mr larmon.
"It's twit the sentiment of the lemo
crats. I ft the feeltnir of the tnft who
iin malcontehta themsele, retorted Mr.
I'hatrman HalilngM left the chair for A
monunt and held a hurried ionultatlon
with a numtier of other men and the result
that Mr Irtnon "in the interest or
harnnn ' withdrew the resolution On a
ir-,uti mo'ion Mr, Ijartiion with twenty
foi.r -kder had defeaMM a motion of Mr.
Knrlcht, wh. had but tjtae Thf number
did mt kotitit in this move and Mr, Bn
riBht with his nme warriors con-rolled the
m tlnit dnrlna the evenln.
tt afur the w!einloH of deltrate a
- rlon m adojitd that laid the foun-
i for another ai:a k on Mr Garner at
,t lri'ay i-wtventlon and fae power
inty committee to nil an va-
k i 'hat ward that mlKht tak nlace
i i r to hate Mr. Garner diolare."
. i i tiite the piiike ftdeil then.
I .k . b .Him loads it AOttrs from the Kas,
i ,,i m to take part In the meeting.
,-' k . too late and left. There were
kk.trm iijvU9!don anion the nn
- mifttOff aUJounseJ. but no trouble
r ! uk -nt are the delegates chosen: Franl-
' I, .. l Joeih Oterly. I U Sednwlck.
' -ill Furnace. John UUder, Kdward
Tk joi.n Hurk1 Thpma F fallahan.
,i 1 t.cker, John Tobln, K. W. MuU
I t - - I .it'll k O'Rotirko. John Orr, John
I ' t -i in Ueornre F. BalltnKnl. Oeorsre
' .k , . s s. McOlbbons. X. P. Slmonds,
' M l:i-oaUes. Joseph t'nderwood, John
- ti- Klshth ward primary, held In
r -. - hall, everj'thlnK went off smoothly.
1 ' i" crumbier, Edward Taylor, put In
I i k ,,! ldalnt. He thought that the "whole
' - k i" done by machinery the same
i.i' 'nne. In fact, only grinding out Just
" lifterent erlst." The meeting was
in urder promptly at o'clock. By-
-1 t - was chosen hBlrman, and Mar-
.. -"-I tt secretary. According to a mo-
' i J i Ige Gibson a k ommlttee of three
k i- up, nied by the chairman to noml-
tli. thirty-three delegates to which
k , ltd was entitled. The committee ap-
I , i - ' was Al Hoist. Charles V. Fyke and
i . '-. Bonfltld. The committee was out
lk i. few minutes, the slate apparently
111 i if been made before the committee
r. I. While the committee was out,
' "1 George W. Warder made a speech.
' . . icing In very forceful tertbs the en-
i Imlnlstratlon, from drover Cleveland
k', to the humblei henchman who exe
'the Iron will of the "goldbug prei
II, delegates nominated by the commlt-
i A unantmouslt elect"!, are: Jame
. i - , Baylls Steele. Frank Phillips, Al-
1U King. Byron Sherry. Martin Go-
J. J. Casldy. Frank Melionald, Utt
' umir. t'harles V Fyke. Robert Cunning.
.am. K. A. Fano, Con Murphy. A. M. Ma-
.l.k.t tk-ftllai nnnknn Allpn Phtr-W W H
Cleland, William toon. George BanUeld.
Dr. H. C. Murphy. James W. Cllne. Dr. W.
S Wheeler. Davis H Kresky. Frank G.
Johnson. John Connell, Al Hoist. Alfred
Fiddler. J. H Ulpscomb. Albert Lemons.
George W. Warder. Joe Spejer, Bobert L.
Green, Albert Irwin.
The Ninth ward primary, like the other
city primaries, was called by the county
! committee for S o'clock. About 7:30 o'clock.
Ed Flndley. Arthur Morrison, John ilc
Cullough and Frank Lester arrived with
two Fifteenth street cars full of their
friend They were singing a weird song.
Ah kkoon as they had alighted at Purl Park
er's lleiy barn. No. SIS Fast Fifteenth
stieet wlteie the prtmarv caucus i held
Kd Flndley Htepped upon a box, and in a
loud oi' said. "All who are In favor Of
this lielt.g the hour for holding the cau
i us n af." AH said a'-. and went Into
the burn I'lnl Faiker moked that "Bill"
Hunt be i-leited chairman, and after a sec
ond by Vd Flndley and one 1 Arthur Mor
rison, he was uriunlmnul hosen. John
Mkt'ullough wus then elected secretary.
The chairman thn appointed John JIc
C'ullough. Kd Findley and Frank Lester a
committee to nominate the delegates Ths
committee was out onlj a f" minutes,
and returned with the list of delegates,
which had been prepare 1 b Findley long
before the piimar, judging from the way
he handled the meeting. When the
nominating committee leturned from the
rear loom the list of names was read, and
Immediately iinantmouslN adopted. The
entire work hud not taken mote than fif
About 8 o'clock Joe Shannon and others
drove up with Bevtral wugonloads of vot
trik to help him "llx" the primal y. But to
the chagrin of the Shannon irowd they
found that Findley and his followers had
held their primary, elected the delegates,
and had gone home rejoicing, There was
nothing to do but hold unother caucus or
go home. They decldi d to do the latter,
ami so left Flndley and his henchmen com
plete musteiH of the. situation. The l-'ind-le
list of dt legates, as i lee ted and record
ed by the secretin y, was: W Tobener,
I'uil Patker, Frank Lister, Henry Drey
foos. Kd Holly, Henry Helm, X T. Jack
man. ,1. 1.tvls. Tom (ilensnn, Joe Green,
J Wolf, J. rttewart, t" Lockrldge, Troi
Vnuirhn, At. T. McKnlght, John MeCul
luugh, l. K George, r Million. W H
Hunt, J. D. Smith. ('. J McGrath. K. M
l-'uiiua, Joe llicnnon, J. J. Franklin. Ted
Wllker. itoger O'Connei, H. T Wi bb, Joe
ft wait. I.nn Marvin, tleorge Holmes, Nat
nyfoos. Joe Hpeyer. J. J Uonnavln. B. D
Davidson, W. A lib., Dennis Maloy, George
Bergman, Fat Shoiiock, Kd Cosiello, Juki
Well. James Crowley, Dr. Wlnfie.
There were between 150 and SOO men at
the primary In the Tenth ward, which was
held In a vacant building at No. 11157
Holmes street. In the crowd were eight
policemen and a sergeant, sent there to
jiri vent expected trouble between tln
Browu free sliver faction Uiul the gold
bugs. The latter were outnumbered ten
to one, and they wisely refrained from
taking part in the proceeding.
The meeting was called to older prompt
ly at 8 o'clock b Major V J. Wintfcld und
ft. H. Van Winkle was elected chairman
and I'M Uradj, secn-tary A committee,
composed of J, ('. Hron.mgh, James Arm
strong and It Kuhni'lil.in, was then ap
pulnttd to select the minus of iwonty-iwo
mill t" be ui,i for as delegates to the
county onvintsun. Aftci being ubfceut
from thu building about ti u mlnutcH the
rnembi r of the committee nturned and
unbuilt ti '1 the following list, which wan
udoptvd without a dlssi'iiting ilie:
T. W. Brady, J, Bronuutih. L. D.
T.iinlsliy. William Went, It Kuehneman,
Charles l.eleskl. John Herring, W, II. Van
Winkle. II. J. Lais-haw, John It. Cottttig
bmn. James Ariusttung, llolund lluglies,
W. J. WiiilU-ld, J. J. Dunn. Murey K.
Blown, Otto Merlins, a. W Henderson,
L. Gilwee. Thomas MilMr, u J, Oswald,
William H. Hiiuan. It S, Hlati r.
itol.iud Hughes offered a resolu
tion, which was adopted. Ii instructs the
deli'gatri. to the cotimj lOUM-titlon lo vute
for none us delegates to the state conven
tion egcept men who are in favor of the
trie tolnage of silver at the ratio ul Vi
liv, ly wrangle charai terlsed the prl
inn.k in Wtstpurt, the Eleventh ard, ai
Hi in tl.. anti-Brown men were in a
i i ! - minority. The gathering had
I i.t tor i ovioeg p. m , nut owing to
t.i mil r it was not Iwld at that hour,
i ii ii ' o'clock last night. The Harris
I I i i been named H the place, but
i kk i- t disagreement of some sort, so
kk I wended its way Inio the hall
I i,i nit h James t'arr It was neces-
I i is . nd stairs to ivgclt It. and the
i - in it lunuiued was an oil lamr
I i ii,m ui r trout across the street.
link lli-it tulutil the tneetiug to order,
ii -ii loiiu Tobiu had been selected to do
-i i v in . ountj committee. He made a
f v. i i.ukb, which were burelj audible.
I Ii i- ., einltarrassed, aftir whlili he
i. fur iioiiiin.itloiui toi iieriuuneni
I i. in inn This was the signal fur a iou.
'1,1 , 111 li.llllitt.' SllUUtnl II.1I1K lU'HiJ-
n . I- an anii-lirownttt "Di lajngan,"
siiiiiiid one ul the nuuu'rou Brown men.
Fo a In seconds the opposing factions
did no huaiueks bujond tilling the names
of tb, two uomluee. It was plain In a
inluuii Hut Mclteyiioldk and .loan ilol
oiie vuri the- only aitiv- antl-Brownites
pivseiit V half a lf.ii ii moie. must of
tlieui old men. sat silnu upou thu laddtis
stacked aualukt the pillars. Afltr lonsld
viable yelling Allen tailed for u otc on
thu two nssacu. uusa nlilsii ihtru u
more yelling. Tltrn Allen tt'clared Dr.
"I call for a division of Ihf hdtue,"
screamed McHenold "John Tobln hit;
tdajed a con gatnr uion the, Democrats of
Westpoft long enough " Allen hellale.l
snd the dltt became so grett he could not
make himself heard, some shouting "ljng
snd ' and other "rtarnett ' . The latter
idled cniitlotiMv lip to the table, nnd Just
is ccrv one was pritre.l to see him tnke
the hair, he said "In order to make hnr
monj, I withdraw In favor or Dr Itongnh."
There was a howl ftom Moktnrt and Mc.
K'jnoliU. but Octmetl rellred to the bnck
of the hall lr. Iionran, who hnd been
hctcrlng nettr the table, quickly enmo tip.
while Foloney itnd A!rllr nold ho"k their
ni In Allen . face nbd shouted for a di
v'sloit .ll"n hastily made way for Dr.
lvirah, and Mctleynolds and Moloney
tramped back futnlngr with wrath to scold
Harnett for giune up.
ir lKtngnn remntKeu mat tnrre wns no
rnkise ii'i iiviiuie iiu iiirii iiiitiiniuvu i,,r
object of the primary. He had no sooner
gotten out the word, "elect delegates."
than Moloney shouted ftom the rear of the
hsll "Klect n ' what do jolt want lo elect
delegates for?" Then some one made a
motion that a committee ot three be elect
ed to name the delegates, and the doctor
those Frel Clnyburn, Frank II t.aylUld
and John Tobln Whllt? this committee was
debating McReynolds stepped mi to Dt.
Isintnn and said: "1 s'pos- you'll want to
tv state surgeon some time, well. ou'll
have to go to the Itemtbllcitns lo get It.
John Tobln owns the little city or West
IKirt and net election he'll lose the Demo
crats ticket 8l votes" The lommlttee
named Frank Allen, Dr. H A I.ong.tn.
James Hunter, Frank s nrocs. m. m.
Meathrltlil. Michael Beardon. John Tobln.
KdwaM Esslinger. J. P. ConbOJ. J. P. Bell
and C. It. Adnms as the delegate?, and their
report was adopted. For some minutes aft
er the primary a crowd stood about the
Harris house listening to talk by Mctloy
nolds. Tobln came by and entered the ho
tel, at which McHey nobis elled "You're
the man that owns Westport, are jou?
The liemocratic tlcket'll be V) or 3tM otes
short next election, ott big red face'
Tohm turned and said. "You Jut keep
unlet. The tlcket'll be only one sote
Two delegations were selected at the
Tweirth ward primary, which was held at
th south end of the Troost avenue cable
line at 2 o'clock p. m In accordance w Ith
the instruction of the county committee.
W. H. Leavltt. the former law partner of
Marcy K. Brown, called the meeting to
order. Ootintv Clerk Thomas T. Crittenden.
Jr, was there with a small crowd of goll
bugs and anti-Brown fre silver men and
Ik and thev attempted to take charge of
the meeting Mr Lcaltt and his followers
objected to their interference, but thej
weht through the formality of eiectlne
four delegates. In the meantime Mr. Leav
ltt waaeb-ited chairman and Wllllsm Jones
secretary of the Brown Ifctrt of the meet
ing and tlt following Brown delegation was
chosen. H. H. Anderson, W H l?avttt.
William Jones and W i? 5ltllngton. The
antl-Browft. faction, led bv Crltt-ndn, se
lected the delegates: H. H Anderson,
Arthur Allen,. P H Hovey and Fred Eaton.
County Clerk Crittenden hurried back to
the city as soon as th anti-Brown prl-
marj was new anu sprenn tne report tnai
the B'cwn forgaa consisted onl of two
men, Leavltt and Jones. This statement
was Indignantly denied bj Marcy K.
Brown, lcvltt and others of the Brown
faction. They declared that they had ot-r
thlrtj men there.
'1 hlrteenth tVitrd.
The Thirteenth ward primary was held
at Fifteenth street and Jaekon avenue.
It was called to order bv George H. Close
ly, who was elected hairman Ralph Lat
shaw was '-hosen as secretary. The fol
lowing delegates were selected: B F.
Black. Frank Baldwin, Peter Mefaffey.
Anton Doer, Balph Latshaw, George H.
The primary in th Fourteenth ward
was held at 2 o'clock p. m.. at No. C In
dependence aenue. It was called to or
der by Kufus L. rtobin.ou and was har
monious from start to finish. The follow
ing delegates were selected- Rufus L.
Robinson, T. H. Glass. William Teefej
Miles McTiernan. G G. Moore, Henry
Giles, Amos l--'inei'ar.
The Blue township Democratic primaries
passed off quietly yesterday in this city.
The North side meeting was called to or
der by Committeeman Anderson, W. L.
Webb was elected secretary. T. C. Cald
well was then elected permanent chairman,
and upon motion a committee of three
brought in the following list of delesate
T C. Caldwell. J. J Randall, J. J O'Brien.
S. R. Berg. J. Bridges. W. A. Walker. E. M.
Arnold. John Rogers. Gu Murphy, Will
lam Fisher. J. M. Craig and W. L Webb.
The North side meeting was a very quiet
affair. A number of gold advocates were
present, but they took back seats.
The South side primary was held m the
upper room of the court house H-re W
N. Southern called th" meeting to order,
and upon motion Colonel J. W. Mr, er was
Installed as chairman. There a" quite a
large attendance of enthusiastic stler
Democrats. The ujual fcmula was gone
through. The goldbugs present were hope
lessly In the minority, and did not even en
ter a protest. The delegation secured Is as
follows. Robert Martin. J. L. Lobb. J.
M Callahan. J. Truman. M. L. Hall. Sater
Necessary, il. Monahan, J W. Mercer,
J Kelley, Thomas Phelps. W. L. Cunning
ham Jasper Brlskey. At this meeting each
delegate was required to atind up and de
clare himself for silver. John P. O'Neill
was present and saw the Brown crowd
ontrol the primar.t. All the. men elected
as delegates are considered Brown and
free silver men.
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Very low rates to the Iowa and Min
nesota, summer resorts via the Chicago
Great W c-stern Maple Leaf route. New
and elegantly furnished Pullman and din
ing cars attached to all trains. Meals
served on the i afe plan. Trains leave Grand
Central depot, Second and Wyandotte
streets, 10 a. ra . p m. Ticket office 108s4
Vnion avenue pur further information
address G W LINCOLN, T. P. A..
Exchange Building Kansas City.
F. H LORD.
G. T. and T. A , Chicago. 111.
Wuntcil In Atchison,
Paul Sauers, of Atchison, Kas., was
arrested last night at No. 4a West
Sixth street by Oflicers J. Caskc-y and
Treuhey. His at rest was made on a.
warrant brought to this city yesterday
afternoon by Constable Orrinff SIc
Affery. of Atchison. Sauers 1 wanted
at that pluce fo the theft of a $20 Bold
pieco from the barber shop of Palmer &
i The following deaths were reported t
tuts ijuurti ui iiriiiiii xesteniay:
Sieh, Annie C; 53 years; Cloy county,
August 1; heart failure; builiil in Wnter
Hlght. John: (! months: 1237 Bellefon
tuine. August 1: inanition, burial In .Mount
St. Mary's cmetety.
o'Dunnell, Kdward S ; 17 years. 3713 Jef
fuaon street, July :), bronchitis, burial in
Mount St. Mary's cemetery.
Itaffnet, Infant; 1 year. Thirtieth and
Grand uvenue; August 1, entero colitis,
burial In Smithvllli. Mo.
1 l II u
The following hirths were reported tc
the board of hialtti yesterday:
Deathe. H W. and Mary IJIIen Helaer,
boy; 1101 Bellefontalne, July 31.
lloyer, W. A. und Mary II.; girl; 2089 Hunt
Kighleenth street . July 30.
Bone. A W. and Mary A.; boy; 2330 Mon
roe; July 30.
Hickman. Flank J. and Nellie; girl; jajti
Dripps street. July 3D. ' "
White, J J ami Margaret 1J.; girl; W
Poplar; July 31.
.M.nrlilKi' IJteiisis lkiieil.
The following couples were yesterday li
censed to wed:
William II. Ingoram, Kansas Citv, Mo, ..35
Hmellne Naptier. Kansas City, Mo ii
William Lewis Kansas City, Mo ,,.,.3S
Uracio t'arr, Kansas city, Mo , i$
31 I.M) It .ir..VUO..
The Oild Fellows' picnic at Smitlivllle,
Mo. August lu, will be attended b 10,(110
tnemliers of the onler, SW going ftom Kan.
H. S King sold the four loom cottage,
No 1511 Grove street, yesterday to Jirs.
Lillian M Mi Cue, for J. K. Gilbeit, tor
SLiiM. The hau.i) is oti a lot 331 feet
Tu-uiglit the V. I'. S C. H. of the Lln
wood 1'ii'sbjterliin chiueli will glvo an Ice
ill-am social on the lawn of .Mr. Dalton
8. i'alterson, iJI I'tospm-t menue. The
best of Lreatns, looa und cakea will be
The Htgcr-Lnng Meat and Grocery Coin
pan) til"! at tides of incoinoiatiou with
the i uunty recorder yesteiday. The in
i ornoi anus are A. 11. and II. A, Lang, and
J. L. and H. M. llegei. The capital stock
The luiinty court, sitting at ludiipcniUlue
kisti-i'.luk nioriiiiig, allowed the county us
sessoi, c is. CampbuU. the following men
to compile the personal assessment lists;
John A Kemptir. Henry Hobbs, Fred Kust,
J 11 Tritt, l'. l. Hovey, Uobert UranlUlJ
and I'. J l.Mich. , ..
Itev Charles 11 Mitchell went tu Otta
wa, Ivi lesletd.ij, whero he le. Hired last
night before the synodlc-al meeting of the
I'nlted I'resbyleilan ehuich, now holding
a ten ilasV session at that placu. Dr.
Mitchell took for his bUbJcct "A -Methodist
Among Untied Prcsbyicrluns ia i&yut.'i
GAS BILLSF0H JULY,
llelng Held In Antb Ipttbut nf the l'nago
of tho tlrdlnniite Now In the lliinds
of n t otnliitltee.
The ens company did nt senl out Mils
cstenlity for .lult k is. This It supposrsl
10 be In anticipation of the passage by the
city council of tin ordinance granting a
franchise to the representatives of tho
Kansas City Gs Light and Coke Com
pany, which has b'n befote the council
for more tlmh two weeks The passage of
the ordlnnnce means lollar gas.
The provisions of the ordinance nre thnl
Hip gas company shill hut harge erceed
Ing II tier l.nui feet of gas; shall rcltttte on
gas sale idnce Man h 1 to II per 1,l feet
and fhall withdraw Its motion for a te
hearlng of the quo warranto In the state
supreme court and dismiss the Injunction
proceeding brought by It In the United
Stales circuit court, pn all Ihe costs of
litigation In liolh courts and the legnl fees
of the special counsel cmplojed by tho city
In these suits.
There ought not to be any question iibotil
the passage of the ordinance Immediately,
so that Hie rights of gas onsutners ntul
the gas company will be determined out
side the courts The consumers ot gas
and the city will be the galnets when the
ordinance Is passed, and relatively the gas
company will be the loser
The people should not be misled, as Is
proposed to be done either through spite
or malice, or wllirul prejudice, to distort
the truth of the gas controtersv. It should
be borne In mind that the right of the s
company to rharge $1 n ter !, feet of
fSti has not lifinn decided lit the COUrtS
either wnv as et, the question lias not
gone to trial, and Is yet to be Judicially
determined. The decision of the state su
preme court that the corporate powers or
the gas company have ceased to elst Is
not. tinder the existing motion for n re
hearing. eonctuMxe, as the Judgment
against the gas mmpany Is suspended, and
will not be, unless at the October term
of the court !t denies the motion of the
go company for a rehearing
It follows, therefore, that until the city
passes the franchise ordinance now lie
fore the city council, and It Is accepted by
the grantees, until the courts hereafter
shall decide against the gas company, it
may lawfully charge its usual price for
gas. While this Is true It I evident that
the delay In rendering bills for July gas
foreshadows a compliance by the gas com
any with the conditions of the ordinance
when It becomes a law.
something About the Origin Of n "-"tic
Which lln I'lrKiil the Public
Probably no song of the ear has made
as great a hit In Kansas City as has
"Whafll You Tell Marse Petah at de
Gate?" now being sung by W. C. Craft,
o the Criterion auartette. at th Fair-
mount park auditorium. The favor of the
audiences at the park has been as clearly
directed toward the singi r as toward the
song, owing to the realistic representation
of the character assumed, which has been
pretty generally looked upon as a bit of
clever acting. It may be a surprise to the
many who have k enthusiastically ap
plauded the rendition of the song to learn
that the singer Is not altogether no much
of an actor as appears, and that the writer
also wag competent! schooled to write the
song of the exhorter before he was selxed
with the Inspiration. Loth Mr. Craft and
Mr. Hogan Were, at different tiroes n
their career, en eagf ' in revival work, and
while, doubtless the.r exhortations were
not of o vivid a ihararur as Is that of
the song or of the warning orator por
traved, nevertheless they are thoroughly
familiar with th chara lr of such exhort
er. and the peculiar methods they at
times etnplov. ...
In fact, the ong was written by Mr. Ho
gan. Mr. Craft ?a, upon returning from
a colored revival otu- afternoon when the
spirit of the occasion was full upon him,
and wa dash-d of ' i a few moment
The appreciation of 'he audience, which
has nightly ben .nMsteot upon repetition
of the song three and four times. Is evi
dence that the sptrit" is stamped in its
words and mu-!v tn a manner thoroughly
LAXIIBI) IN FRONT OP A CAR.
I.iinr. 11, Clb'od Severely Injured In Jump
ing Prom a Cable Train.
While Jam-- B Gibson, a painter, living
at No. VKi FurA avenue, was attempting
to leave a sJth bound Metropolitan cable
train at Twe'th and Main stre-t- at 7
o'clock IMt night be sustaine! s-v-r- in
juries. He J-.iBfs?d from ih- cable tra'n.
which wa- Tissirig the Twe!' i s-rct , ar
tracl, di-e -;ly In fro-1 u' : rth v- : 1
Metropoht ui 'able t-a Nj 1 l.-'-e
the gnpii.r cojld s-op tl rr t -- . k
Gibson a- hurl'd . n. : j ; i -i -
He wa j W-". up ,- at .- -dltion
ax, iirrH .n'o - r j I
Grlfflth. .i- -ne k'irnr of T.k ,- i'i -.
streets, a-i med."al a.1 va- - t-i '
Dr. C K Mathls revived ) r: ..' - - . !
3jl wo-j- -. whi") con- d f if- i
iacerat"i lare, ni-a'i an i - ii kkrt-
then removed to his home ,n -v. p... .t.-r.-bulance.
lrlM for Iv. IL K. Wliielmen,
The wh-'dmen's auxiliary of the K K. K
was due to meet last night, to iw nie upon
prizes to be. given at rh- hdmen' pa
rade. whih will be held October S but
only the committee airointcd to select
the prizes wa present. Tb .- s-rlci tlons
Larg'tst and beat appearing 1 ih, tioo, i-ec.
ond Prix- CO.
Most attratelve uniformed civlrion. com.
posed of t.'t less than twcnty-tive persons,,
$100: sec .r j prize, rA
Most grotesque division, to t'- composed
of not li -- than ten per-iori, t'.i
Ben 'otpler float. $'. singb- wheel float,
SO, tan i in float, Vi.
MOi-t at'ractlve dei oriit'd ill,"! ot-tume
of rid'r ' be con-idc-rfcil, k- ' ' rna',, V'l,
Most attractive decorated c-ii-.,iry, ,n,
beat grotfque appc-arann, Ji j
fetnhbed In tlift Hand.
Edward Hrown, a bridge lari-nter wlo
recently .,me to this uy f'on. Ht l.ci.
Mo. went to police h-a i'i j ir" rt- a' ' i,
o'clock la-t night and had a bi 1 ut in h
left hand dressed by the- pc.'i - f ir,'
He said that while walking up Ii' iff tr..
from a trip to the W-st bu"oii. t v.,
pushed off the aldi walk by two m n w'o
were intoxicated. Wh-n he r nioi urat
with the- men one of th' m ln a i kr if. .n i
stabbed b m In the hand Th n th. t a
men ran away,
I'lro llep-irtineiit Itepori.
The secretary of the tire d. pai'm- tu j, .
terday completed his monthly repot' of u.
department It ahow thu twih tin -Were
directly due to gui-ollm , four wn ,f
unknown origin and six win au-d bj
exploding keroene lamps. The tola! imm
ber of alarms an-wernl was fniiv-swi,
,es on buildings was Kil and Iom. mi iuu.
tents, tl.UW. The amount of Insurance on
the property Involved was 1114,100,
"(touil I'resli Air I'linil I'bnl".
The second fresh air fund pb nic for poor
children will occur Augioit M. but Jiiht
Whore has not yet ben diil)ltely b I. r
mlned. The expense will b. paid from the
balance of the f400 ronlrihuif'l for the tn-t
egcurnlon. TbU balance amounts to about
$jjj0 To-duv's proceeds ot the Kanta.H i'n
Jockey Club will be tin n. d over to II,
Salvation Army for the fund. They will l
It. F. Hd4ley, Columbus, o , Is at tbo
IJ. O. i.dKHr, New York, is at Hie Coates,
J I. O, Stolen, ChU'4K0, l at Hie Cuutes.
C. O. 4one, OkUligm city, i m the
I'. VV. I,ee, Omaliu. t at the Caites.
c. Jl. I'dull. JlMton, l at the cptos.
c. A. Van YebJcr. J'ort ,Sc-utt, i at the
Jl. CI. JSentley, Sedalla, U ut the Coates.
W. W. Hrown. Worciester, Jtas., tu ,tt
v. II- urlillii, JlnncheKttr, N. Jl.. is at
,1. Jl. Kvan ami wife. Jlooilhousc, HI ,
are at the Vlttnilu.
fail llottnmn, I.eavonviorth, la.. Is at
l J, Pimbur, To(H'ku, Kas., is at the
A. ailkeaqn, H" -'". Iv'as., U ut the
S.ttn Hunt. Chicago, Is ut the Ictorla.
V. 1., Btocklns, Uo(f, leap , la at tho
Vic tot ig.
I.ee Nunce, I.quUjvIIIc, K., is (it the
Victoria. Cbatles CI. Jones, of ukUhoni.i, O T,
pnideut of the Suulliwestern Wltitir
Wheat Mllletu' AaaQi'iatioii, Is ut the
U. It. SUvens, W'lnu Creek, JCus,., Is ut
thu New Albany-
J. li. IUmma, Superior, Neb., is at tho
J 01 Hale, HUgur, Neb., U at the New
J. I. o'ltell, Liberal, Ku., U ut the Now
U. W. Kfltclium, Dualap, Kat, Is ut the
WKLt. KNOWN OITlZIJNS TKSTIIV THAT
TIIIIV HAM: IIHI'.N CPItl.D 11V
More Than .toit.lioo People Hate llltrti
Their t'nsolklled Indorsement of
Mntijtin's Ditto Sugar
Samuel A. Heath, SH Columbus nvenii'
Boston, say: "It Is now sUtern tuntiih
since 1 ws cured of rhetimntlMti b nint
Munyon's Rheumatism Cure. I look It sev
eral times dully, and lu four dajs was i oitt
plelely cured. At that time t could not put
on my coat without assistance. My knees
iilut ankles were so tW0llti that walk'ng
was tlllllrtllt. I had surfered with rheuni.t
tlstn cvety spring and fall, but slnie ttkins
Mutton's Remedies I have not had the
lightest sjmptotns of the dlscMsc."
Wallace Hlckfonl. of Bcmls. Mass, savs
"I had nasl catarrh of several .veir
standing, wllh all Us disgusting symptoms
when 1 began tt-lng NIttnon's Catarrh
Remedies. Their action was tnarveleustv
quick. Tho dlsvnse lelded raplllv. an l
now I nm iierfectly cured."
Mls lola Forrest, Si .Monad street. B
ton. snt-s! "My entire system was brk'Ki n
down from nervous prostration, causwi bv
dysiiepsla. What I .suffered Is Imposs-ibv
to tell, and 1 was unable to get relli f F
tally I began tutng Munyon's Pyspep i
and Nerve Cure, and It was not Jong i- -fore
1 was thoroughly cured."
Munyon's Homeopathic Remedy Co p r
up a cure for nearly every disease
matter what your disease or how man U.
tors have failed to cure you, step into tin
nearest drug store and get a SS cent ui i i
Munyon's Remedies, It will benefit c i
Those vtho ate in doubt as to the nature
of their d!eaje should address Professor
Munyott, 1505 Arch strit. Phlladelikhia g.v -Ing
full symptoms of their dlosr. Profes
sor Munyon will carefully di.tKttose the ujc
and give you the benefit of his add e st
solutely free of nil Charse. The Rem- '
will be sent to any addre-s on receipt of
HOCK tt.ANl lt'l'K10
On August 11 and II the Great Rock 11- j
and Route will jell tickets to IVnver. cvt
orado Springs and lucbIo. for JIT. good f -return
until August -. with prtvile; o. '
extension to September L Kor further in
formation call at our offices, eorner E.st--'t
and Main street", and ltBJS Colon aif . i
A. H MOr'KKT. G. i. W. P. A.
JOHN SKBA5T1AN. tl. T. and P. .v
V. V. I. V. Meetlug. j
The meetinc of the Central Womer '
Christian Temperance Union yeter'a
afternoon was devoted to the hearins o' ,
reports. Mrs. L. C. Igrlgsr. superinter.i--.;
of flower mission work, gave an Interest-re i
account of her work durtnsr the rJ-'
month. Mrs. frank &ldel. the speri--tendent
of work union: foreigner uf
mitted a report also. The library main
tained by the union at the poor farm 1- ts ,
been enlarired and fitted un verv k-omfor--
ably. A committee w-as appointed to ir.f'. ;
resolutions o-. the death of M- H W I
Millers mother. Mrs. Miller bein? a mem
ber of the union.
The Gospel tent meetings, whb-h ha.
been held tinder the auspices of the union
or the city for 'om weeks past will be
discontinued for about two week .ft-r
this evenin-. Toward the latter part I
the month they will be r-uniel. Rev J.
B Welty. who hat ben conducting them.
will again have charge. bInc- assisted by
hiv 5on-ln-Iaw Chess Birch, a cornttst of
prominence The meetin.-s have proved a
very great success, as many a ;oo persons
havinc signed the pledge The tent n.l! be
removed from Seventeenth an. Jarboe
street?, where It now K to another part
of the city. wh"n the nu"ln?b are re-i-urned.
I.biuor- for kanie.
Shipped da ty n se ure pi '-ig-s by
tJE'iRfJE EYd.-SEI.L T;-.-g-.se
einno-', iui'lr,g rc.n I - r d-not
1 h r1-!. of th" . of rroprr
t'jo1 .: 'rink, dji; - i.c- .
'it It f Of nl v at - n .fj',,1
or.stlti.Ti.', It i no fair "t-r-
If on' of ih greatest tonus x 1
proirot'-r- r,e rt pood appet.te in I
-ojn i j-.-'ltutlon known 'i'tc.r'
H- f r ' I'k r fer r - und .1 i .1- -
cf th -,,-rt, drink r'orkextr I,
T ,ii - i or gu si s tree -a '
Urn a-' r .'-r
GLASNER & BAnZEIJ, Agts.
J Ot Ii A. VInll,, rr
"I Don't Think!"
"-ul ii trc uirlc' .1 'ii ii .i
' 'h i' n, '1 n i i i t, ,
. ' j i in.il h - i .i im ii
i", i i ii-rl pi ;,. i ' 1 wl'ti
4 iji i ui. i iOi.riH' c 'bi e .if i r.
i ' Hie I'.ii, Ic tc. d a d.lk
A 'I " " "'' ' ii r ,n I e.iti
Hi, a' 1 I u( c.i ,tn I li
Franklin Electric Go.
'Phone atmi. 53 Delaware.
- r s s - .
'Ill-lllCllt "III till! t.l
MAY v.iltK (li.MII. IM'l.'ll.t ((IVll'A.Sl,
PIRATES f IiaiI2A.JTCa.
-All SeiiU ':5i-
Al 'Illl, I'VMI.ION
ini.i. "Cjficni30" 1 ui.i.
mm. tn i in; wiui:.
SuildlJ, August III. Iliiiibulil t'l.lnlly.
TROOST PARK I
Vory laughable and espec
llltl.Mi Till. CIIII.IIUPV
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MOREJACES DAILY.
AdmlsHlon SO Conts LmtloH Froo
Tho delicious fragrance,
rcfrc-bhlui; cdoIik'su mid bolt beauty im
parted to the blin by rozzQ.-il'a l'ovvnuu,
comiiicud it to all ladlen.
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
ZOO second-hand tents for sale cheap; all
tdzes, almost new, alio lurye round tents.
(0 feet. M feet, W feet, "U feet and 100 feet
diameter; oblonif tents, 30x10, SUxOtt, MxSO.
tOxW, COi.90, TOxllW and ICOxlW feet. Write
IC, J, BAKEB,lgtw'aVi5fer.-
On Hie gran I trunk Mum ,Mil h Mi.t t hlf ro A Alton, threo hours from St. Louli, flvo
from Kans4l Mr
2. HEALTHFULNES8. .....
In Hie five ye .its -.itn e tt oum vil.ni not sliutl" re of serious lcknes hi occurred.
3. AN IDEAL LOCATION.
Hue mile Item the ptiMt. s.tuI ft vrlletlljr 111 th totmlry, acres In campus, and upon '
the liiahrstimliit nrsvthi' iliv
4. BUILDINGS. f
V.iorbrt k e iw.-in eotnple Hull broAil. roottta light and welt venlthted. WatnrJJ Ml
vsotlcs. elCk in nchiv. b.t w vir bentln Kgrratentl ot gtutttuls. btilldliigs and equlpnietiLs'
... .. h... . ..i. k.... - . . .. I ,...!.. .1.. .,n,.lk.il ul II.a att.rll.tHi1iilll i j-'
IHUUpHrlP. W" ' W sH-K"'.! '' nn HlUHr WI1
judne-- in' txes. kMisiesk (i,, ,i icvUiig cill
VVtlte tor tst,s lo
COL. A. 1-. I-LRliT,
u, r v .i i- i i i i (
ti'e. evi-etiM-.s.i tSctoush fhs titll, audi t pertnn.il vvork glvrn to each cadet. t
0. RECOGNITION DY U. S. COVERNIY1ENT. L
I'hit ,,ir-ivt 't.t,eot the l. fre. iirolrs'orships crauteil by act of eomtrrss to unlvor4 ,1
titles n t uc.kssi .v ns-v Vis.tMiile- t omplele tullltitry uultmsiti accompanies this detail ' J
1 Cn is we,- ,:,,- k'liibrislng stitong Us ladcts the sons ot governors, supremo V
t l VI Olil t M V ON HI Ut .!' Address
SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A., Sup.., Lexington, Mo.
nit tn.ui si
iim Mttsf s CCfssl-lll,
1 HI IIM s t 1.1 f
or C-ttnlosue ami terms mlilreis Col.
-A OAUU.m-R OR
THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE.
INDEPENDENCE, MO, i
As '- t h-ur i ki . i! e ,r j, r's it I younc i
!i ts n -t I j- I -s 1 t'-1 all
nvd-ro vcr f K v p .t.-,i rs and
of - r" r 't . , i ' - Si
1i:ii rRFI'KRIO ARKS, l'res. I
K tt f BVI T T I .s- IP I I k Opens the !
IVIVIVI S I - fcS-' .vin -,-ar
:- - . iu- - re. 'in l't-pirtmentsfur
- - ca i ' ,., .- ah ticticii k. Jenkc, viii-k-,
v. k.kU-c II.IL a. It fkrLl.rrla ,!.! 111.
Direct from Hojikln 'I be iter, Cblcitgo, and Keith's M.iiUsou .square :iirden, N. . ,
WEEK BECINNINC MONDAY JULY 29-CImnge of I111I Weekly. V
Every Night at S:30 O'clock, Thursday and Saturday Matinees
at 2:30 O'clock.
7-B.G SPECIALTY TURNS-7
O'Brien, .lenninjj and O'Brien.
Rehned Sketch Artbts Assisted by
Little iMabel 0 Brien,
The Clever Child Artist.
The Eminent Harltone,
TSciMan of Many bongs.
Hickey and Cole,
World s Oreatest Comic Trapezia rerformers
ONE CONTINUOUS I'ERFOKMANCE-iVO WAITS-EVERYTJIING
BIUGirr EVERYTHING UP TO DATE.
9 Ic I
) IJ V HiEOi.it. President.
i IlKMtr C KDMPf, Vice l'rov't.
Foi'oisrn )rufts issued on
KANSAS CITY, ailsiiiurl.
WESTERN SASH AND DOOR COMPANY;
Cower Niiietiioii.li ami Wyomhifj Sts., Kixnsas City, Mo.
I I' II) U.N (IKI'lt'l.'-HI'.lsr IIUII.IHNC.
It. . V DDIUVAKII.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO..
UI-AI.UIcS IN PAINTS, OILS AND OLASS.
1200 and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo.
a TALET &
'i 111; Hi:-!!' .INII .MOST l:i,IGIOI!S
ICE 0EEA.lvC !
ilUrr,'1 id irI.ilo fanU)t", 75 imU per hulf Kallim; Si.'i.i
lti'r Kiilloii. Our liakt-ry KoU urtj iuimirpsih'tlt Uu ln'l Imi
1 it uiul (Im trvihat ii.'i; nr iikihI. ct 4i'irgu lHirotxau
MuU I iir rtfttiiuritiU. 'I UI.DI'IIOM; 7711.
Richards & Conover Hardware Co. flL
JbL-A.Jrt-J W --JrCJ!
Cutlery, Iron, Bteel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scales Etc,
boutbtitt Corner Fit lb snd Wjraiutoti at, Kanjis city Uu.
3 Ouk Akh tiiiiii ( h.-ir Wi.luut
J. H. TSGHUDY
i m II
Is .mnnhi(k hin.i - iiiii.ouv -
Try tlie Journal,
umihuivi mr shtiiihuu(i.'iim 01'
ens tit Missouri ntul ton other Mates,.
Supl., Mexico, Mo.
Oltlost Milltnry School in Missouri.
I'. W. ltl,t:t, .stiperliitendeut, 3lnrnn, Mo.
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The lending schnol In the scmtli west btlie school you
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