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TI1K KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 189&
MANY LARGE EXCURSIONS,
KIIMtOADO Kr.lT IUV CAItllMMl
issi.mii:hs at in. in 1 1:11 hati.o.
Ilrnitglit Oirr 2 .,1)1)0 l'lnpln to Kansas
t It)- This Miinttiir llntrs to Atlanta 111
position 1 Isril lir t'nssetiRrr AiiMits
Hill llmpcn Mntltms.
Th ltntllnglon railroad joslcrtltty
brought In miothcr of Hi petsonRlly eon'
ihi'ipd (xeitrtlon. The parly una made
up mainly or Ohlno and St. liOttl o
ip ntid mimbnrcel eintj;. A lmlt rtoipti
Kansas Cllnn Joined the party here
-lhp PToutflonliils camp In on the "Kll"
jcitterday niornln and were taken trom
the depot In carriages nnd driven oier the
tnnt IntueatlnR parlR of the city until
11 o'clock, when they rcKitmed thplr vent
wald Journey. The tour Includes the Yel
lowftohp pitfk and other point of Intercut
In the N-rtlincat. This U the necontl of
merles, of thrte iwraotiiilly londiutpd
tours which the Jltiillncton Ima planned
f r thi. reason.
This H only one more reminder of Hie
ftlenle (.iurOnn iitwlness the Went, rn
Hum lme it n and nt ptlll doltiir thin
summer. Thri hn titer been a tunc In
thp past wh'ii o many people lne tn
) d at reduced rntcx In ract, tilllclitN
nnd ccurltv holdcm arc miratlonlng the
buslnem puellpni of mnkltiK iicli tre
iltietit nnd heap xiiii-iuii. declaring thnt
p ople uhOKc btimriesn Is hot prt upline unit
! r speelul rates to make their trips
'I he ic m Ion husWium lino and out of
K ma Cltj thl summer has brcti enor
mous. l.aet Sunday nlohe thousands of
mriinRprs were broinrht to thp ilty, nnd
npxt Htindn promlsis to tie the Miriest
d ij the town has ecr had In 1ln nuinhir
f Msltors entertained, barring, of course,
times of speolitl publl attractions or
wtnth The greatest mprle In the mini
In r of powtonKcrs was the occasion of the
luirllngton's excursion to vjulnc edr.il
Weeks hko, whin thi low rate iilttncted
ho man ptoplc that four trains hil to be
made up Tin re wire fort i on lus out of
K.msns Clt. and, In round numbers, l.Stfl
1 pie win i an led A Inter pxeurslon
fr mi Qulmy to Knnas flty broiiRht In
vi) people, nnd a third Is planned from
ljulncj that Is npe ted to bring In not IrM
than '00 The IttirltliRton'H St. Joseph ex-
uilon numbered 771 piopli The same
r i.id took 1 WO people to I.lherl) on tho
oiinsloti of the dedication of the Odd I'd
l)i home at that platt. Seen hundred
nut seientj piieen(,crs were broitpht In
b) the IltiillnEtoti on aspeilal fiom llrook
tl.lil. The t testoti bram h of the lltirllnB
ton brought i'i people fot mi outing ut
1 alrmount park
The Hook Island has brought two excur
sions from llldon, la , nnd Intertill dlatc
j olnts, and one- for H'tishlniilou,
i i and InteruiPdlate point. tho
first numberllifT 1.W1 and RnO n
cp. (tlMl. and the latter numbering 731).
'Hi onls Vi stern extuislon brouKht In b
the Uock Islmd was from Wichita. Hutch-ln-on
nnd Ititiriiiidlnte points and uum
1k. re I l,tM
The Alton has not gone Into the locil
i x urslon bultiess to anj extent, ns Its
line out of Kansas City Is not !o fruitful
In locil biisltnsK Its only icurlnn was
from Jlexko, Mo., and numbered 7W peo
ple The Memphis lias tun numerous excur
sions, near! all of them Into Kalis is Oltv.
Ibis road's several Clinton excursions a
KreK.itu l.ow pfople, while one from Joti
bn nuinbeied -'!", one from SprlnKlleld i6,
one from J'ort hiott .t,VJ and u second trom
The Ml-ourl Pacific makes a biff show
ItiK In Its exiuislun business. Its tlrat trip
was to UariensburR. June 2i. t iklni; M
passeiiKors, ainl a snond one to the same
place carried S'l '1 he ex urslou to Seiln
lln numbered w people 1'rom Coftellk-,
Ithh Hill. Joplln and Inttrmidlite points
this road brought to Kansas Clt on a sln
tfle excursion, 1 ttV) peoide 1. 1st Sumltj
3, W0 lsltorb mine In oxer this line from
Mel'herson. ;lilotadu, ntus Center and
The hanta I e biouRlit in 1,M0 people Inst
Sunday from t-allna. Abilene. Hmpori i,
Newton, Topi It a and olln I Kansas points
On the fnlon I'.u lllc one ixmrslon from
"Mcl'hi rson and Inteimedtate points nnd
two from S ilim. and inlet mediate points
aKKtegaled Jin) people
The H abish has run seven excursions
from Moberl and Intermediate points, av
or.iBinK J7'i passeiiKers e ich
The Kansas Cit l'lttHbUM .t Gulf has
run numerous lm ul excursions, and se
r.il from the outhetn terminus of Its
line Sllo-m SiirliiRs, Ark The-o have ur
KreKated 2,ui p. ople. Its next excursion
to tho citj will he rim f-uudn
The Kanas "tt, Osceola .t Southern
has run cxcuiMons each alternate bnnday
from ("'Union .in 1 Osceola nnd intermedlite
points six in numb. r, .ntraRinK about ISO
ea h and one to Clinton numberlnir "W
N xt SMindaj the .Ml-sourl I'acitlc will
linn,, an excursion from Sedan, Cotfeyvllle,
ates Center, Os-i atomic and other
point" that will number at least l.JW peo
ple On Ihe same du the h.inta l'e will
tnnR at lea-t 1 luM people from 1'ort Mndi
s n Ju , and interim dinte points, l,liO
fr m Coffellle K.is , and Iniertnedi.ito
p nt-,, and l,20o from Newton, Wichita and
in rmediatc points
Tn s. istlmites including those for net
Suiiuj, -hoH that thi ex urslon business
u fir this summer has been the means
..f t rlnslnK IT.tCO peopb Into Kansas Cltj,
r ' speak of the cheap rides that have
I.e. n Men thousands of Kansas Citrons
r ni their homes to other plates of in-nn-'
All the lines are still in the midst
ci . urslon buslm ss, md mativ more u
c irci ms are planned for the remainder of
Jt Il 111 A I I.A.N 1 A.
riied at ,i .lleethiK of soiitlu rn I'.isseiiRer
AReuts In ( IiIciiro.
hloaso, Aug A meeting of the pas
s i r BRPnt of nearl all of the promi
t i Southern railwajs was held In this
. - to-day for the purpose of milking
i t s to the Atlanta exposition. The meet-
I - agreed on the f dlow ln(f forms of
t k t, and the were ottered to the West
in nads this ufurnoon for use In the
i im ri north of the Ohio riici. tho
urn roads h.iImk when the tendend
to the Western Hues that the would
t i it Into effei t south of the rher,
I -i One fare plus 10 pur cent for the
r i I trip, tb kets good for ten dajs This
w l make the fare from Chicago to At
n i Jil rii) for the round trip.
s olid Ti per cent of the double local
( a rati.-, tickets Rood from the dHte
.' until Januai-v f, whh h means the
i I the txpoalllon.
I t ir 1 TP kets at 1 cent pfr mile, to be
i'- every ten das The Western roads
v iinm the rutrs were tender' 1 made no
r v io-d.i. hut will takii Ihe matter up
. leclde upon it t an early date A,
ii inns of the Ohio nier roads will bo
i I to-morrow to ionslder the propositions
il , Southern lines, aid the rates as
f ii ibove will without doubt be accepted
II tm m.
iiomi:si;i,ki:iiv i:. intsioi.
Aetrru JtoaiU Dllli r a to thu 'I irkpti tn
lie tin il.
Th Western roids did not Bueeeed In
n a h.nii any decision on the matter of
liuini - il.ers' excursions to-dav and thu
i- tlnir adjourned until next Wednesday.
The i mnmittee uhl h was to report on the
sjbjp'l of ttckkts with and without re
htrl. tlons declared In favor of doing away
XMth round trip tlihets. The plan suggest
ed w is that all tli kets which are sold to
piopli inteiilliu iu muk. the round trip
should be toll at thr starting point at u
pri'e cloel ippixxtinitliii( that at whiih
the round trip would iost an 1 woull he
signed and stutnpi 1 at the point of return
on the pa mi nt ot i nominal amount The
lommlttie will niak. a t oritur report to
tho meeting whli h conic neo on Wednesday
The Krle made an arm umcinent to-dav
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST I5ERFECT MAOE.
K pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Awn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD..
that It weutd Uep out of the Nlasart Vnlls
excursion business. It will leave the ex
cursion business clear for the tlrnnd Trunk
nnd Wnlmsh, while It will follow the policy
or the Itko Shore nnd thp Michigan Ccn
trtl In iRnorlnR the excursion tratllr.
l'lll 1'AltlXll II) HAMll.r. tllltll's.
tlrnnd lulitul Until Hill ttroprn Stiilloni
In Kalis is and ebrn1(iii
St .toiph, Mo, Auc As nn evidence
nf the ptc partitions beltu? tnnile b thp
rallrouls to inrr me crops in tins rutin,
it was nnnounttd tn-dn thnt the tlrnnd
llnnit ronil will Sliottiv reuiieu nil nn- "i"
tlons In Knhsns nnd Nebraska which were
clniiril on nccotttit tf the crop failure list
.. nl.b , ! .Iitllnhi, . Ill Ittt M
year iiue.j .'i imv --ii,.,.,i.o ..... .-
oppned this week, ntid by IIk time Hip itrnln
Crop nemils to tnuve nil me i-x.v. t.-n .
have hem oiiened for business nglti.
I urcrliisiirr Onlrrpil.
rorllntul. Ore, AUR S-lti the t'tiltpd
States court the still of the I'ltrtmra' Uinn
and Trust CotuPntiv ntiijiilnst thi" OreRon
ltnllwny NavlRntloti Compativ for fore-
. I.-...-.. t m ,unHn.,iin nttimllltlnir 1 1 512-
"iKiJioo mill interest ftom Dpi ember, iwi
mine tip tn-dn JudRf HplllliBer Allowed
the bill iitiil the di i ri e uf foret Insult will
lie etitPtPit I iip sun was mounc uui
I1.V Wl, on the in count of the failure uf
the I'rtcitlc. which thin controlled the Ore.
-tm Kallwnv .X- KnMicntion l ''W"iUVil0
pny Inlerest nmoutitltiK to nl out J1,0W.
On rum sn,rt l.lne to He sold,
Helena, Mont. Aim x -A decision was
mail' in me i mien nuui iu.uii. ,wn.i ...
Judge lllrnm Knuwlis vetmlny provlilltiK
Idne .1 1 tnh Northern rallroiul at the end
of thlrtv tlnvn if in the nimtitline the ,i-
.. .. . r !..... .1.... rH tins i nncull.
IlOUff PUinP Ol 11111 I l"l !"' " '' '-", ""
il)ilfl btiinl. with Ililnrpst oh then Miins
fmm thn Uipn uhtn thr 1omn pnjnljln,
. .... r..- In itiMlnrr lht' ill tt"in lA
conflnimtnrv ofthpcmlpr of thr court In
:.'.'. .. .. i. i. -....I. .t. I. MiiAt.nl urnt U ntllt lift
nrc tmnl uiutroiidiit h thr ii'intlons ot
. .. ti i ... .1 ..i.. . I I Is tntttniltt.
HIP (OllBOHllill"! H'U'i nn
I Iftj- Clilldrni I roui the West Itluffs
(.hi n an OiilhiK by the 'nl-
i at Ion Arnij.
Captain Hticltland and Mcutennnt Stnn
le, of the Silvatlon Arm), tramped Into
the heitliiunrters, In the W hltney building,
at C o'clock last evening They conducted
the fresh nlr excursion to l'arkvlllo yes
tenlaj morning nnd spent the dny there
with the little ones. Thcv were assisted
by three other H llvntlonlsts The trip
was nude bv the 7 .VI o'clock nurllngloti
trim, which arrives in 1'irkvlllo tit SIC
o'clock. The Hurllngton management had
iilaced it specl.il enr at the disposal of
the ollicers and their ctnrges and granted
the p.irtv frie transportation
All of ihe chlldien, lifty In number, came
from homes on the West blurt. The little
rompinv was led to the top of College
hill bj Messrs. .. A .and, H. . McAfee,
who were Insttumental In having the chll
dini brought to l'nrkvllle They were in
ib fatlgable In their etforts to make Hip
da one of pleasure to them Swings and
Knmes of various sorts amused them until
about 11 o'clock, when three barrels ot
apples were dlstilbuted by tho commlttc;.
I'lactlcillv, all the citizens of P.irkville
Joint d In eating for the cnl drcn. At 1
o'clock a dinner of frlc 1 i hlckon, bread
and butter, sandwiches, pickles, cakes and
other edibles provldtd in the people of
the plate, was served, under the superin
tendence of Mesdimes H I! nnd A
Mi Aft e The sci m s w Itnessed at W nshlng
ton park were repented on a small scale.
Aftei dinner the children romped nnd
plived until tr-iln time They wero all
back In Kansas Cltv at ' 30 o'clock,
Next 'Ihursilav a third excursion, com
posed of leo children from the West bot
toms and the North end will-take pi ice.
Washington park has been selected as tho
plate for the outing.
ItnniliiU's Case DlsinUsed.
Thp case against Eugene It. Kindell, In
Justice Case's- court, It which tho defend
ant was chaiged with refusing to give his
wife alimonv pending her stilt for divorce
In the circuit court, has been allowed to
go bv default. It Is understood .it Justice
Case's court that Mr and Mrs I'.andell
have amlcablv arranged their dlfferenci s.
As the wife did mit nppe ir jesterdnv to
pros(cute the case against her husband
when It was called, it was. dismissed by
s.ergtant ltli hardsell XMns a tied il,
Companv C held n. competitive drill last
night at the annoi) to determine who was
entitled to the silver prize medal ottered
bj captain Duke I.amb Sergeim James
lilchnrdson secured the- troph). after a
rigid insnretlon At the close of the drill
the mi-n.birs of the companv held a meet
ing and voted upon the names of several
applicants for membership.
Died in Olinilil.
J. 'Wright Pean. formerly with the Ilrs
nnt Commission Compinv, at the time It
was located on North Delaware street,
dint veterdnv morning In Omaha, Neb.,
of stomach trouble Hr was a member of
tho commission firm of Itojd & Dean, of
that city, at the time of his death. Mr.
Dean was well known In this "lt, having
been engaged! in the commission bu-iness
hero for man jears.
I Iqiliirs fur Kims is.
Shipped dally In secure pickiges by
GKORGH EYSSHLL Druggist,
Opposite waiting room, Union depot.
THM'.GU.vriiiu mtt: 1 1 iks,
rittsburg, Kits , Aug. S. f.stpeelal ) Hob
ert I-anhum was crushed b a rock full
ing on him. in the Arnott mine to-d.ij
and his life Is despaired ol
Belleville, Kas . Aug S (tjpts inl ) Hur
glars blew open the I'nion IMcitlc safo hero
last night. Considerable damage done but
no booty secured. The wero prolMbly
South McAlester. 1 T , Aug S (Special )
near here yes-terdav Willlrvln, a Choi taw
shot and instantly killed Kmtrson James,
another Indian- Too much lln water Is
supposed to have caused the trouble.
Ardmore, 1 T, Aug S (Special); ItO
land X aughn, who shot and killed Trunk
Mlnier lust Sloiuln near Cheuk, was ar
rested last night by Deputy Hoover. Ho will
be given a preliminary trlnl to-mortow
W ashlngton, Aug 8 Postmaster Gen
eral Wilson left the city for a few dass
at Long Kranch lo-dav Third Assistant
Craig Is now af ting as postmaster gen
eral, the first, second and fourth assslst
ants being ubsent on vacations.
Denver, Col, Aug s Communications
wtio exchanged b) heliograph to-dii l
twem the summit of I'ikes l'e.ik nnd arm
headquarters in this city, over slxt-slx
miles In an air line A tihotoginph was
taken of tho part of soldiers on tho peak
In the act of signaling
Denver. Col, Aug S Complaints were
filed with the count commission! rs lo
du In regai 4 to the Russian thistle. The
pot is gaining such headway that unless
some action is tukm at once It will he
impossible to extei minute it in Aiapahoe
county and it will mln ciops
St Joseph. Mo, Aug S-(Special) liiir
glars at Amazonia blew open the sale in
the postotllce with djnainlte list night
an1 set tire to the building, Willi h was
badly damaged httore ihe Hume lould be
xtttiguishid The rulili. i h got nothing, as
Ihe postmaster kfpt the money and stamps
at his home
Outhrie, O T , Aug S -(fipeehl ) The an
nual ronvtntlon of ihe A M V. c hutches
of Oklahoma i omened here to-du, and
will rem nn In session seveial dus Most
of ihe day was spent in Minduy school In
sutuic work ttu reports showing a re
markable growth of tht schools during the
ear Hishop le is txpitted to-nioirov.
Mlnnediiolis, Minn, Aug 8 The Trilled
Tijiuthetae lo-day elpclitl 1) H Andrews,
of HothexUi, . 5 , president, mid i)u-
ided to meet in Itocheslsr In August,
lUt The i (invention t loed with a trip
to Minnehaha and a banquet at thn West
hotel to-night To-imjrrow the delegatus
will visit Mlnuetonku
Cleveland, O., A. i-The Cleveland fish
ermen whose nets were seUed leientlv by
ihi stan guim waidtn declare that tins
will take tin matter to thu Tnlted Slates
supteliie louit if iitiissai to establish
tlulr lights Thiy ilalm that liutsiiiuch as
Lake l.rle has been hell m be a high sea,
the sute of Ohio has no Jurisdiction over
it und cannot, tlici.fmc, regulitc- llshlng
in its waters
, I'oit bcott, Kas, Aug &-(Sptiial) W
I' dulili a young man who n sides in Ar
ladla, Crnwroid lount Kas was airtsttd
and luouglit line to-dii b Depui Tnlted
States Marshal xshlun, ot l.cavcnwoi til.
on the t bulge of selling liquor without a
povtrnment liteiise. Tht alleged olfi use
Is clalmid to have been cuiumlited ubout
four eai ago
A,ri',,mar ' .'l Au s (Sperial) Doc
Williams was brought hue fiom neat l'ur
cell, 1 '1 and plated In Jail to la peiul
lug a. heating belore Commissioner iiintioiia,
chatgeid with obsiruttliig t'nitc l htatts oN
jUers and harboring iruilluals His hoinci
has been the rendezvous ot the Christian
lios since their t scape fiom the Okluhoma
('111 Jail, a short time ago
Washington Aug S -A medal has been
awarded to John S. Kountv. drummei of
Company f Thlrty-seventh Ohio volun
teers, for most distinguished g.llantiy In
action at the battlf of Mission Hld.c,
Tenn , November ii. lkij, A bo of 1&
xears. he dropped his drum, seized a inui,
ket and Joined the charge. Inspiring hi
comrades by his btrole conduct.
Will He (llteii for the !!ct lllaplnr ''T
Whetlnieii In the Knrnhill
Itepresentatlves of the xntlous cycling
clubs of Kntuns City met with some of the
ollbers of.the Knrnlvnl Krewe In the Mid
land hotel Inst night nnd.nrrttiKlJ the
sthedtile of prires orfpred b thi Krpwe
for tllffprpnt rpntures ot the bbvile jiaridi
to be held Wttlnt'da, October 2, during
Karnlvnl wtek Aftpf totislderable tllscus
sloti the folowlng list of prizes was tsjtn
pb ted ntid adopted
TIip Hrgft nnd best grotetiiie or fnnc
costume division of not less than twent
llve tldets, lltst prtze, Jlw, snond prize,
'Ihe most attractive division of not lcs
thnti ten rlder, tlrst prize, M, Fecond
jirlzc, $2i. . ,
'Ihe most grotesque fenture of not les
than live nor more thin ten ilders (single
wheel), $2T., , .
The most attractive coupler flolt. two or
more rldtrs (single wheels), first prize, 10,
second prl?e, l' . . . .
The most attractive tandem Moat, first
tirlc, JKi, so ond prize, JU)
The most attractive Itullvldunl flott ("In
gle wtieil), first prize, lili spcotul prlzp, Hi.
The best IndlVldttal bicycle costutne.lady,
first prize, I.Ti, second prize, JP).
The lust indlvlduil blccle coslumo, gen
tleman, llrst prize, 5i second prize, 111)
TIip best decorated ordinary blejcle, l.
The best children's division of not less
than ten. In fancy costume, not over II
jeirs old, W . , ,
The best Individual costume, bo, less
than II cars old, ?(). , , ,
'Ihe lust Individual costume, girl, less
than 11 enrs old, ViOO
'ihe Abiddln ltlcyele Compiny offered a
JIi') lad' blcle to the most attractive
division of Ind riders, not less than ten
riders, in fiinc costuni'. W. C. Hoot wns
iipiioltitpd to receive, special prizes for
coinpi tltlon for beClP riders.
A communication was read from a club
of blcvclo riders III 1-eiidvllle to the effect
thnt the club was coming to Kansns City
during Karnlvnl week and give the local
knights of the jiedal some pointers on how
to ride bicycles.
I,Vl(illi:i) AT HAltllMIITS.
riunirrs In n I.onel lirglon Who Atre
( nntent With Ihelr l.ut.
Trom the New York Sun. ,,,. ,,,
"We often hear of the hnrdshlps of thr
pioneers who established themselves ntid
stnjed In the wilderness a ontury or more
ugo," said a oung man who has passed
n good part of his vacation In the woods,
"but I don't believe that the American
pioneers had a much harder time than
the poor tsciindln.wl.in people nre n.wlns,
In some of the remote districts of the
Northwist now Let me give ou a caso
in point, which Is only one of many
"onte I was up 111 the extreme northern
part of Minnesota, Just nlong tho Mani
toba line. We had quite a part, and on
th day of my story we were trying to llnd
a location for a camp. which would be bv
ond nil clvlllzntlon. We traveled all one
day over .i rough pralrlo country, and be
yond a. few wedl-palnteil Chippewa?, who
hud been into the settlement to draw- their
rations, we saw no one. Along toward
evening we struck a faint trail, and, fol
lowing It for awhile, came suddenly upon
a lonel cabin which stood behind a clump
of quaking ash trees In the doorway of
the cabin, sitting on th" low sill, were two
of the chubbiest tow -headed children you
"When our teams came into view they
made a dive foi tho Interior of the cabin,
nnd when we came up no one was visible
One of our teamsters spoke Swedish, and
he called out some strange word of greet
ing At that a comelv, red-cheeked nnd
very blond joung woman came timidly to
tho door, and behind her and hanging on
to her dress for dear life were her chil
dren She said her httsbind was working
nt Stephens It was Just 100 miles west
nnd he had been away for six weeks.
Meanwhile she and the children were get
ting nlong as well as they could She
was smllllng bv this time, and she
laughed when asked If she wasn't afraid
One of the part looked Into the cabin
which hid onlv one room, nnd saw that
the stock of provisions consisted of some
Hour and two big cheeses, nearly eighteen
inches in diameter. That was till they
had, as sine as I'm sitting here. Wo
tried to understand It nil, but it was
pretty hard to do There she was a
woman who could speak no Xhigllsh
whatever with her two children, In ns
wild a country ns one vcr miv, The
Indians were the least menace, for there
aio more horse-thieving whites in those
parts than bad Indians And then think of
her husband a hundred miles away work
ing nt harvt tlng on ti big farm It was
n curious fimlly life, to say the least.
Now I suppose thnt In n few yeais more
that man will own n line farm and his
wife will be speaking gool Hngllsh nnd
the children will be thorough little Amer
icans At -ill events they desine such
good fortune, for I know that no pio
neer of i arl New York, Ohio or Illinois
had a hardir life than that no, not even
with the Indians about.
"Thnt biave little woman' I can ste her
now As she stood smiling nnd watching
us we began our mnrch again I'll never
forget her, nor will 1 ever forget how
hard a time some people have of getting
on In this world. That night vie went into
camp nbout two miles from her cabin
We heaid the wolves howling each night
and we saw plenty of game but ever' da
or two one or more of us would swing
around toward the cabin to see if our
'pioneers' weie all right. I've nev.r
been back to that region, but I'll bet
something that If one hunted that family
up they would Ik found In a better
house, which contained more to cat, tin
other child or two perhaps, and that the
mother would have the same smile
a i tt.(.i:i)v iti.i'Ai.i.im.
street Dm I In Aleinudrl i lletween Dr.
'Mildtluv and Major Dlxiin.
The Alexandria Gazette, In a report of
the removal of tin remains of the late
Major Henry T Dixon, Unites! States ar
my, fiom thi I'nion cemetery in that place
to Arlington temcter, r. calls the tragic
death of Major Dixon He was shot and
killed In a street duel In Alexandria In 1MT,
by Dr. Thomas f'hiv Maddux In 18.17 tho
two had an encountei in which Major Dix
on shot young Maddux in the breast, the
wound n suiting in a paralvsis that lasted
over a ear In Wi Major Dixon was pa
in ister In the nrmv nnd Dr Maddux had
t tunned to Altxundrla aftei a brilliant
ciiitti In the Confi dt rate army as a sut
geon. The two mot in thi Mansion, now the
Hraddock's housi ind the doctor spat In
the moloi's face and then knocked him
down Two weeks afterward they met on
tht strict and both pulled pistols Majoi
Dixon wuh shot thiough the abdomen, and
the hill from the major's pistol went
through the doctor's clothing Dr Maddux
wns arrested, but not piosteuted, as the
major in 1S.",7 had not bi en held It gaily lia
ble lor shooting tho dot tor
Dr Maddux afterward came to Haiti,
more, where he was n b tiding surgeon and
u noted pnlitlclitn Tlftun tars ago ho
went to a primary at Odenton, Anne Arun
del i ount and wns shot and killed In tho
polling room in the evening ills mtiiderer
was nevir apprehended Dr. Maddux pi r
formtd the liist capital operation in the
civil war, amputating the leg of a soldier
Injun d b thu explosion of a gun in Tort
Sumter while Major Anderson wns llrlng
a siilutd afur his surrendei lie also per
form' d tin Hist capital npeiatlon mi n
negro during the war nnd had a national
reputation us a surgeon
are sold for
) simply ruin
v Then you
in n '
getting yellow or dingy.
With almost everything you can wash,
there's some point or other that makes
Pearline's washing better, as well as
1 Peddlers will tell
MISSOURI NATIONAL BANK
III I UUU lilt I New York Life Building,
......,,..,,. I n. V. ItiKGKU, President.
"'"""'"' IllENHVC KDff.VlcePreVU
ij'oi'ciffu i)rafts Issued on
The Hon. Gilbert tt. Inrnlinm. ir., Tells
llmr lie W.i t uretl by t'sln- Mnnynn's
Tho Hon. Wllbert D, Tarnlinm, ,Tr.,whoe
name went before the voters of Massachu
setts Inst November ns a candidate for
secrotnry of stnte on the Prohibition tick
et, Is one of the mot prominent men In
the Kast. He resides nt S2 Devonshire
street, Jioston, Mnss This Is what ho
writes ot Munons Homeopathic Home
dies: "I Fcldom write testlmotiHK but ntn
plntl to gle this one Of the many medi
cines t have tried to relieve tho terrible
distress of indigestion. 1 know ot nothing
equal to Professor Munons Dpepln
Cut p. 1 have surfered with this trouble
for inntiv jears, nnd during nn unusually
severe nttnek Hst month a frlpnd gao
me n small bottle- of Mtmyon's Djspipsla
Million's Stomat ll nnd Dpepsla
Cure cures nil forms of Indigestion nnd
stomtch troubles, such tis constipation, ris
ing ot food, distress after eating, bloating
of the stomach, pilpltatlon of tho heart,
shortness of breath and ull affections of
the heart caused by Indigestion. It
soothes, heals nnd Invigorates Rtotnachs
that linve been weakened by over-eatlnc,
or where the lining ot the stonnch hns
been ImiKilred bj pbslc nnd Injurious
medicines, l'rlce, J3 cents,
Munyon's Homeopathic Home Hemr-dy
Companv, ot Philadelphia, put up Specltlcs
for nearly every disease, which nre sold
bv all druggists, mostly for 2j tents a bot
r ,. stilts Att
ease and give you the benellt of his tidvlco
absolutely free of till charge. The item
edles will be sent to any address on le
celpl of retail price.
Washington, Aug. S The following pen
slonshavebeensj:. Original William A. Tlowcrs. Slnnberry,
Gentn : Nathan Wilson. Neosho, Newton,
Caleb Hnrvev Keames, K.ins is City, Jack
son, Isilah .Spnngenberc, Windsor, Henry.
James Drlscoll, St. l,ouI, St. Louis.
Kostorntlon nnd increase Lew Is G. Hall,
Willow Springs, Howell.
Increase Tranels M. Cowell, Memphis,
Scotland; Daniel Divldson, Norwood,
Wright; Solomon J. Ulell, Hiaymer. Cald
xvell. Original, widow" etc Agnes Power, St.
Louis, St. Louis; Helena Haudendlste, Sil
ver Lake, Pen v. Luc Herd, Sacvllle,
Greene, Vlol.i Haldivln, Qulnc, Hickory;
Tannic Htttler, Mount Vernon. Lawrence;
Mary T. Peterson, Popl ir Hluff, Hutler
Iteissue Rebecca J Heed, Summersvlllc,
Original Joel Swafford. Itlchtnonil; Hay;
James Carroll, Knnsus City, Jiickon, John
W. Ashenhuisf, Tr.pjn.in, Cass; Uenjamin
T Hnrhnrt, Hurdlniid, Knox; Alexander D
Heed Cameron. Clinton, William Hoad
alias Rhodes, Ulsbcrry, Lincoln; Ttotletick
Maer, St. Louis, St. Louis; John Toust,
Poplar Hluff, Hutkr
Additional Tiedetick Clapper, Mexico,
Increase Robert Hnncv, Cameron. Clin
ton. Aden Htituhtrd, Thornlleld, Ozark,
Wilev J. Kvnn, El.orido Springs, Cedar
Reissue David H Halt, alias David II.
Palmer, St. Loul' St louis, John C. -Morris,
Original, widow eti Harriet A. Will
iams, Lutesville, Zollinger.
Original Joseph Abrams National Mil
itary home, Leavenworth, William M. Itoy
all, '.runctlon City. Diary, Chirles T. Strain,
Medicine Lodge, Barber: Hugh Guthrie,
Neoln, Stafford; Henry Lelghton, McCrick
Supplemental H nry Andrews (deceased),
Restoration an 1 increase Elijah W. Loon
ev (deceased), L jvenworth, ijeavenworth.
"Renewal and in lease Woodford Reedy,
Increase Jacob II. Close, Phllllpsburg,
Phillips; John Nelson, Great Rend. Harton,
Thomas McOruler, Atchison Atchison,
Randall Wood- Kansas Cltv. W'andotte.
Reissue Renj imin W. Law ton Water
vllle, MnrshoJi, Charles Cain, Hldorado,
Original, wi on, etc. Sophia P Patch,
Palco, Rooks, s,arah A. Soudirs, DUhton,
Original G orgo ". Reov es, Kansas City,
Wvandottc diaries Cudne, alias Charles
Jones olatht Johnson; Charlm H Good
w In, Topek i, hhaw nee.
Restoration md reissue Daniel B Kecny,
Sedan, Chauta iqun.
Increa.se Mil hell Woods, Toptka, Shaw
nee. Original wilow, etc. Adella M Benton
Renewal Mary C Haggard, Coffevllle,
Origlnnl John Glass, Chelsea, Cherokee
nation, Klijah S. Robblns, Hoff. thukasaw
Original Oto-ko-o-ho-la, McDermott,
Renewal, n lsuo nnd Increun Richard
Thatcher, T.dmond, Oklahoma.
Oiiginal Jo.m S. Churchill, Blackwell,
Willing to tin in 'Irlil.
Charles; Zlehf. Id, who is charged with
having thrown a brick through a, largo
mirror in Tlnnnagan's saloon or W i st
Ninth street, and threatened to i ort to
habeas corpus piocetdlngs when t - .as?
was sent or. a . h.tnge ot venue fiom, Jus
tice Joce's court to Jus-tiii W.ch has
ilei idesi to stand trial In the but. r eourt
YisterdJ th. iirospcutlng ntiornc was
notified thai the writ of habeas corpus
Would not be asked for, and that Zulifpld
was ready to stand trial lit fore Justice
Walls. He sad he did not want to Fpi nd
so much time In jail. Zlehfeld held out for
trial before Justice Krueger.
'When you suITi r from sitk headache, dlz
zlnoss, constipation etc., remember Carter's
Little Liver Pills will rellev you. One pill la a
I.nvi 11 Illsi linrged.
Mr J A. Lovoll. who was nrrcsted last
Tues lay on the charge of passing or at
tempting to piss a counteilelt $10 bill at
Roubidoux's saloon on Tiilnn avenue, was
discharged jmteidny afternoon h Com
missioner Pi.abody, aftti a do u witnesses
had tlvin testlmon In the i isi Lovell
was for many vears a prominent nttorno
at Nevadi, and the Investlg itlon brought
out the facts thnt he retilved the bill in
Warn nsburg and had no opportunity of
as. i rt lining Its .hir.ictei und was lillio
tun of any uttempt to work fraud anil tie-
Thoce w no are in utmui us iy ,iin...v
. . 1..1.i . ,n ,1,. a.nft.rA
of their disease snouiu iuiures i-iuiciii
Munvon. liffi Arcti street, I'liuaiiciuiiia,
trie full symptoms or tneir orac Jtro-
tii eneeriu v tiinenosp mo
statuettes, and ornaments so delicate, so
easily discolored- ought always to be
cleaned with Pearline. That will bring-
back their snowy purity perfectly, and
without the least risk of harm, Some of
t1ifQc Qnnni; rmrl nthfr miivstrnnrvc; flint-
washing and cleaning would
marble mantels, slabs, tables,
Clean them with Pearline,
won't see them gradually
you "this is as good as" or "the same
irh PAl.bl. I'earline is never peddled.
tends vou an imitation, be honest send
It I) uovixcrON, cjsMer.
1) A MClvIUUEN.
P. II IvbMi'
il. J HUCKE, b S. bLlUL
All Tarts of tho Old World.
12th nnd Main Streets.
Our Low Price Methods
Are making of Bcrnhcimcrs' corner a regular bee hive.
Hands arc outstretched for the good things going, and
crowds arc thickening in defiance of all August traditions.
Bargains like these
ES (-inf. n fnu tnfo flint nr n IShIa
- u . .. ViT mvI a(v t.AU I IIVIIV
inussoil and soiled in handling.
Out on tho bargain talilo thoy go
for leas tliun the maker got for the
ltOVYtlL Ilrnvtri-s. t71mmten frtrcrt
Covers. pmtiriirlni7.,;. in 51..'.n vnlims
till grouped on one table nnd marked
Choice for 69c.
flOVTnS. Tlrnvrnrt. rlinmlGnc frtfcnf
Covers, embracing $1.00 to SJ values,
an (jroupeu on ouo tnblo nnd marked
Choice for 98c
As you eot them onlv once
before, and that time here.
Summer Corsets wnrtli r,n, fn- in-.
Q Slimmer Corsets worth Trie for. .. 50c
j bummer Corsets worth S1.25 for...g
I Mffht of the Corsets will prove
I more effective than words.
Thorp's a newness here that's refreshing a littleness of prico
that's delighting a convention of btyles that's captivating.
.Tustin a full line of beautiful butter color Kid Gloves, smoked
pcnrl buttons, black welt nnd black stitching, $1.75 values.... SJ. 25
Going to close a lot of fine Sl.no quality Glace Kid Gloves, in tans,
browns, black, pearl und white, black and self-stitched, at. per
The advance guards of tho new novelties aro arrivintr. Each
day a new one comes, and the
and interest. N'c-.u manager
means much for you.
Q. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co.
BOSTON ROUND TRIP,
Till; 111 sjt
t in: tii.Di. st
n ii miki' wi r.f.i-ciaii.rtT'.
i onlv siii.i.Vr
1 orCatnlnstiB ''" turnis iuIiIiihm t'ol. r.
Wentworth Military Academy.
Oldest Military School in Missouri.
CAT.U.OCUl'.S .SUNT OX KKQUK-r. Atltlrcw
SANDFORD SELLERS, M, A Supt. , Lexington, Mo,
-A DAUGHTER OR
. Deatherage Lumber Company,
LATH, SHINGLES, SflSH, DOORS AND BLINDS
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scale Etc,
Boutbeiat Corner 'Ittb -n4 Wjndotl 8U., Uci Clt Mo
KANbAh UIlVi Mltmiurl.
Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, Mo. '
Uf TOWN turjCK-HUlisl' IIUII-DIMI.
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
Oak, Ash, (.11111, Chirr. iilnut, l'niilur, Hickory, Itutterout,
ltetl t'eilar, Sliilmi; inj, Uul Wuod, Uul"'l'r tiJivvd Iteit and White Oak,
1'otilar SiiUiirti, Miiguu Mock, ltiilualur autl Keiicl Mock.
Yard aud OUlcc,
Scores of little things that can
ho had for tho littlest prico you
over got thorn.
For One Day.
Huttcrmllltnnd Glycerine Soap, rcg
ittnr So poods, per bo': of 3 cakes 5c
I'ltiest rrench Powder, I)e Ito.v's
P.lco Powder, per box. (OC
Svvnndovvn Tnce Powder, whito
nnd llcsh color, per box 5c
1'spcy's Cream for tan nnd sunburn,
per bottle 2c
Koyal Tooth Powder, per box.. 9c
Pncltcr't Tnr b'oap... 5c
Host Persian Insect Powder, per
A speci.il lot to close.
All slllt, atln and gros grain In
Kos. 5, 7, 0, IS, nil go at per yard.6c
htock is fast taking on renewed lifo
sttivuig to eclipse past tccords.
Good Returning Until Oct. 3.
Tickets on Sale Aug. 19 to 25.
If ou wnnt to ko one route anil return
another you can do so at a. slight addi
tional cobt. "We have forty different
combinations of routes for you to
choose fiom, including trips by ocean
steamers from Norfolk to Boston and
New York; also trips la Niagara Falls
and the White Mountains.
By all means come homo via the
picturesque Chc-apeaUo & Ohio. The
ticket agent of any line will nell you a
leturn ticket via New Yoik, "Washing
ton, D. C. and the Chesapeake & Ohio
K. and the nig roup Iloute.
E. B. POPE,
Western Passenger Agt. G. & 0, Ry
) JUILITARr f
W. Itl.KKS hiipcrlntentlent, Macon. Sin.
WARD TO EDUCATE?-
The lraltnc school In tho Snulhwrst Ii the school 70a
ilnitre tuiiiuusolilcolU'ee Kntlrrly Kefurivlvtied.
llaliij.ouiu S0-pai.ii lllutl. catnluEUe. Opcui cpt. 1.
Mrs. Luelln Wilcox St. Clair, President.
IYnnl anil Ollloo I Telenlioiio -.-.-.
tT. LOUIS, MUiuurU
KANSAS CIXV. MIEBOUU1.
If Hlff" IIIIIIIIIHH1II
Truthfully represented, at :
prices lower tlmn otner :
houses enn nll'ord to make :
an equally good instru- :
ment, are thciiiducpinents
for you to buy here. Any
way, come in and sec ns
whether you wish to buy
now or not. There's much
to learn about Pianos that- a
we can tell you.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED
Over 200 Tooth Extni.tetl Daily. N3
PAIN OR DANGER. Artifleial Teeth
warranted to Fit Perfectly. Decayed
and achlus: tcoth. if worth it, tilled and
725 MAIN STREET
ALTHAN. KAULBACH & CO.. Proni.
W. B Clauke, Tic: J. W. D-bkit, Sec
A. A. TomiKsot, V. Tres. C. It Rockwell, Troui
CAPITAL $250,QOO. )
OF KANSAS ClttY, HO.
rasw toiik urr. huildiko
Accounts, subject to check at
sight, received from individuals,
firms and corporations on tho
most favorable terms.
Legal depository for Court ant
Acts as Executor, Guardian,
Administrator and Receiver,
also as Registrar and Transfer:
Accnt for Stocks and Bonds.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished,
Send for llliihtrntnl Cntnlop;iio.
Rev. T. P. WALTON, Pres't,
ltx t(l, l tuliiRtiin, Mu.
THE PBESBTTERUUI COLLEGE,
A select homo school for Blrls and younir
ladleu; number of tionlers limited and all
modern conveniences. L31ecn teachers and
ollicers. Kor tataloiruu address
OUO. ruUDUrUC AVHKS. Pres.
of Music and Dramatic Art.,
AUDITORIUSI IIPH.DINO, rinPAGO,
An unequaled corps of lntruotori.
Tull tcun will open Slonday, September
Otli, ISO". Tor c.italoRue and Information,
mldress BAMUi:i KAY.int, Director.
FEMALE ACADEMY ft.
lllgh arailo InirlUh n.l Clnlcl bchool. Literary. Mil
lc, Art 1-ouri.M. Ctrtlnrat uliulu 10 w Hl..ly.smltie
MONTIHPI I o ppstho
lentra to ee l?r ouVt' i"die i-or Cii,
AUrillii f r n'28 m$yj:',lVhB J'rldeat.
AUC1I1HAL1) A JONKb. I.BXIXCIOW. Mft
S5-0f?i'u'-,.hOI.II) (JOI.1J .S1TC-
Wholcsalo and Retail
010 Walnut Sti-cet
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