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11 IK KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL 1'IIUHSIMIC, At OUST 18, 181)5.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise,
Itp Id Dale
tils Minnesota, AmmiA
Meals served at nil
thlug nrit-ehs.. Try
our is cent dinner.
ftrmfnttwr there l
mi Kri-le- Institute
In linns Cltv, .Mn.
Ilewarn or Co
C'murr, Tumor, t'ntnrrh,
i:rrrniii mill nil Skin till
time. Soml for Honk,
l'lctiso mention Journal,
Dr. D. M. BYE,
Combination till Cure.
George M. Hughes,
ktice cl (ho Peace,
Nt Number. West 71
448 Minnesota Atn.
J. W. STEINMETZ,
Union Cigar Manufacturer Wholrs-U and lie
talt. rin goods nt honest prices. Jtut estab
lished, mt'i siluucsniii Avenue
E, R, .jllentler
Programmes and line
John T. Sims
.htstl.-o of tho
Peace. , . . .
All liualnes transact
ed promptly. .Mar
without publicity, If
desired (Mllto III til"
Welsh Work, 1'ourth
ami Kansas avenue.
ciauy, hook iiuniing
pOfl COUNTY SURVEYOR,
Now assistant to County Surveyor Williamson,
mb.e to derision of Republican convention.
Suiycct to decision of Hepubllcan conven
tion. yon coroner,
ARTHUR H. STEVENS,
For re-election, subject to decision of Itepub
jfOU COUNTY CLERK,
J. H. LASLEY.
X 'publican candidate.
VOIl COUNTY TREASURER,
Subject to decision of Hepubllcan Conven
tion. JOlt COUNTY TREASURER,
JOHN W. FERGUSON.
Subject to decision of Hepubllcan Con
vention. JjOK SP'RIFF,
Subject to decision of Republican Con
tention. VOIt JUDGE 01' THE DISTRICT COURT
JAMES S. GIBSON.
Pnbje to decision of Republican Con
vention. JjiOR COUNTY CLERK.
GEORGE T. SAVAGE,
Candidate for county clerk.
t to the Republican convention.
D- o. II. THOMPSON,
.Subject to the decision of tho IJopubllcan con
vention. 'For Insurance,
J The Journal office has been b
M removed lrom the Chamber K
3 of Commerce to the first floor R
of the Columbia1 Building at
H Sixth street and Minnesota k
j avonuo- K
ill .IINNlOt'A AVi:.
i FRIENDLY CONTEST.
KKi't'iiMCAN rin.M.iiii:s wn.r. hi:
IIKMI IN Oi'I'Y AM) COUNTY TO-DAY.
LARGE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES,
COIINCII, 01U)i:tS IIONHS AMOUNTING
to 18.1,1100 ).V)i;i:i ani hi:i,ivi;ki:i).
Mm. iloliiisnii'N .Money Still tho Subject of
Controversy Arretted fur Abduction
Will II. dd Annllivr Uoufcr-
cmo 1'cH Into a 1'ouil.
The Republican primaries will ho held In
nil tho precincts of the city niul county
this ovenlnir to select ilclejtatea to tho
county convention to ho held Saturday. A
nomination on it Hepubllcan ticket Is
equivalent to mi election this year, ami
for this reason thero will ho a spirited con
test for each of th ofllces except one. O,
W. Shepherd will liavo no opposition for
-cglssier of deeds. There nro many r.tiulU
ules (n ho Held for a' tho other olllces,
Alt candldiites are making n stnilshtfor
'waid campaien ami tho friendliest feellns
exists amniir them,
There will ho two tlcketa nt the primaries
In tho Filht, Second, Third and Fifth
wards, In the Fourth mid Sixth wards tho
indicatlnus am that three tickets will he in
'i'ho convention Saturday will be tho laijr
est on record In this county. Tlieie will
be wi delegates, and of this number thn
clt w have IDS, divided among the differ
ent wards as follows; First waul, 15, Sec
ond ward, 40; Third ward, W; Fourth ward,
JO; Fifth ward, 1!S; Sixth ward, 33. Artten.
tine has 21 delegates mid Hosedula IK. Tho
country will huvu &.".
Tho primaries In the, tlty will be held be
tween thu horns of E and S o'clock this
evculuK. The polls will he opened by tha
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S. Gov't Report
Look Ileal who
vtciirs it shirt ml'
hir mill pair ii f
-tifT done tip nt
The uncoil 11 III mil
fur jour bundle.
vSavo Yon Money.
lie sure and utlll.o
042 Minn. Ave.
I T .deplume West lin.
Successor to Kansas City Planing Mill,
Sash, Doom, SI. millings, 'Iiirnlnic mill l'lun-
liitr, Scroll nml llnnil Sawing, stair Htiltd-
lug. Hank Counters, (Mill i' fittliris
mid Hardwood Mulshing. Call
mutes iiromptly rnriil.hril.
Oakland Ale., Cor. -1 1 Ii M., K.in.us titr, Km.
G, W, BETTS,
Justice ol the I'eace,
publicity It requeued.
Collections a specialty.
BELLE VIEW !
$125, $150, $200.
lu cnsli, balance J"
S. X. Simpson 4 Son,
Chamber o. Com. Illdg.
Wynnilntle Gu Co.,
ORRIN V. SHEPPERD.
Subject to decision of Hepubllcan Con
vention. JO OK CLERK COURT COMMON 1'LEAU.
WILL F. PETERS.
Subject l decision of Republican Con
vention. JOK COUNTY CL.EHK.
Subject te decision of Hepubllcan Con
JACOB W. LONGFELLOW
Subjeot to decision of Republican Con
ventlon. If Oil SHEKIFF,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
JjiOR COUNTY CLERK,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
JO OR CORONER.
DR. V. L. TODD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. JO OK SHEKIFF.
C. W. LITCHFIELD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. JOOK CORONER,
DR. F. M. M'CALLUM,
Subject to decision of Republican con
vention. J0OK CORONER,
DR. R. L. KEOPSEL,
Subjer-t to decision of Republican convon-
central commltteenien In p.irh precinct.
The votliiff places in thi.t city are: First
wiu-il, James street police station; Second
ward. Fourth and Nebraska avenue; Third
ward, M. & O. hull, at Klqhth ami Wash
IiiKton avenue; Fourth ward, Eighth anil
Minnesota avenue; Fifth ward, Seven Hi and
Central uvenue; Sixth ward, llro depart
ment No. 3.
IS. JOHNSON'S .IIONKV.
It Is Still tho Subject of Controversy In
Attorneys Morse & Morso yesterday
Med suit in the common pleas court lo set
aside an order of tho probate court up
polmliiMr A. N. Mover Kiianllan of Mrs.
hanih .Tohm-on, An application was also
mii'lo to enjoin tho (runnllan from dispo
Ins' of J1.IW lielonifliiK 'to .Mrs. Johnson,
which he has In his possession. The court
granted u temporary reslrnlnliiK order.
Mrs, Johnson is the widow of "Water
melon" Johnson, and since her husband's
death has always had Inn very bad sons
to contend with. The buys, Ren mid Itlll,
sire now in prison. Hill Is servins,' time nt
Jellerson City for htealiiiR a horse, and
Urn is working at Lansing; for a-aultint;
u man with intent to kill. Hen got Into a
row at Lawrence with n man two vfars
atro nml stabbed him. He was arrestwl and
bound over to the dlhirli t court for trial.
Ills mother mortgaged her home at (jttln
daro for Jl, I'io. and put it up as a cash
bond for hl3 release. When tho cis.i
against him was culled for rlal he did
not appear, and his bond was derlnred
forfeited .mil tho money turned over to
thu school tund. She lost her home. A
few months later he was caught and taken
to Lawrence. He win convicted and sent
to the noiu His mother then claimed that
as he had been caught and sentenced she
suqiiiu not lose me money wincii she put
up as bond. The recent leglslatuto ap
preprinted $1,100 to reimburse her.
An attorney of Luwrence who had at
tended to the case, and also assisted In
securln? the appropriation, appeared l-
loro the state auditor unci wanted to draw
the $l,i). He produced a power of tutor
nev, nigneil by .Mrs. Johnson. The auditor
refuseil to pay tho money over to him unit
Mrs. Johnson was notified. She declared
that who dhl pot authorize him to draw the
money. She said she vlgneil smno other
document, hut not a luwer of attorney
giving him authority to draw any money
from the state.
Attorney, Hail, on liehalf of the heirs
of the Johnson estate, llle a motion in
tho probate court, asking for tho appoint
ment of a irtiurillun, to talto charge of
Mrs. Johnson's Interests. It was claimed
that sJio was Incompetent to take euro of
her business. Mr Moyer was appointed,
us Mrs. Johnson did not miiku nuy oblee.
Hon lo the proceedings. The guardian
drew the money from tho tuti and still
has It. The legality of the piooiwllngs
under which tho uppoliitment of it guar
illnu was made Is now being ununited,
It Is claimed that u Jury should havo been
Impaneled to Hud out whether she was
unbalanced mentally before, n guardian
co uxuii. ai'r.HT i no.
Ilonds Ordered Indued mid llellrered mid
Other llu.liici.-i Traiui.ieted.
Tho elty council at Its meeting last night
ordered bonds to tho amuuut of $s;uoo is
sued ami delivered to Spitzer & c'o of
Toledo, O., at 1 per cent premium. Accord.
Ing to the contracts entered into with lhu
bond brokers tha city is to sell to them
ull bonds Issued for the payment Qf street
Improvements, consltiiclions of sewer and
other legitimate purposes except for side,
walk Improvement; also tho general fund
Tho bonds ordered Issued will he In two
lots, one of Stil.uuo, payable in ten years,
uml one of ti'.'.OOO, payublo In llfteen years,
both to draw u per cent Interest and aro to
be issued In denominations of M) each.
The Interest will bo paid semi-annually.
At present tho Judgment funds of tho city
I liiuisfonU Allen'
nmomit to ttt,An, and ty Issuing the bonds
the tntes ror the n. x few years will be
reduced. In i-ne thi wm not done the
tnxc for the next fw )ear would be
enormoii". The nuance committee, hud
sflvernl bids for tin bonds, and this one.
piling 1 Pr cent premium, n the bel
offer. The rontrm i with the brokers n1o
provides for the delivetv to them tir nil
similar bonds that may be issued prior to
April I, i;,
Ah ordinance was Introduced which pro
vide for the extending of the lime in
which the I'nion Terminal Hallway t'otn
tinny mav romidete their lines, provided
for III fraiuhl-es already passed. Tho ex
tension time named in the oidlnanee is
on" yenr That rompanv now ha" fran
chises fnr hull Hug short lines and switches.
Another ordinance was llitioduced grunt
lhp that otnti,iny the privilege of con
structing telcariitih lines along Its tracks,
ltoth iirdlnniieis were referred
An nrdustn e was passed levying the cost
nf building ildewalks ulnee l.it January.
The tolnl amount of the eot for this Im
provement will aggregate $i1,0, A similar
ordinance levying the cost of sidewalk re.
pairs, vhl h nmouut to an aggregate of
J. 1. I.oomli applied for a. franchise to
erect and maintain electric light works In
the city. II Is the same as several others
recently introduced, it was referred to the
Contract were let for the building of
sidewalks In various purls of the city, and
me repairing oi streets damaged uy rains;
also tho building of n tlrepioot vault In the
Aititi:sn:t ion Aimtit.TtoN.
Hurl Smith Charged Willi Ihillrlug MUs
Miilme Hubert I'mm llomr.
E.irl Smith wa arrested yesterday on a
slale wnir.int lsiled by Justice Hughes,
charging him with abduction. Mis. Sarah
Hrown, mother of Ml .Maltne Robert. Is
the romplnlnlng witness. She claims thill
Smith enticed her daughter, who Is not yet
IS years of age to Kansas City, Mo. Smith
was arraigned before Justice Hughes, who
lived his bond nt J.'OO and set his prelim
inary healing for August 22. He was un
nhle to give bond niiil Wits committed to
the county Jnll to await trial,
Will Ito l'ut In the lleld To-day by the
del IV ltepnbllnill f 'lull.
A well attended mass meeting of the
Oelty Hepubllcan Club was held last night
In Si. o. hall. After much discussion of
the situation nnd brief speeches bv V. II.
H. Freeman. I'aul Jones, J. A. Fife. Will
lam Fletcher, I. II, Ilradlev. II. S. Johnson,
W. SI. Hrldgens, It, C. .Martin. E. S. V.
Drought, II. O Dwlgglns. Henry SIc-iln-w
and J. S. Stockton ,thn club decided
to place .a delegate ticket In tho Held for
this evening's primaries.
Another Attempt Will He SInde to Settle
the Iteef Itmicrn' (irlevnnre.
A conference will he held to-morrow aft
ernoon between the oflltiuls of the Atmour
Packing Company and a committee from
tho Trades Assembly, for the purpose of
settling the grievance of the lUef ltoners'
Union ngalnst the packing company. A
conference was held last week, but a set
tlement could not he ngreed upon. How
ever, It Is understood that the matter will
be adjusted nt the conference to-morrow.
could not i'ay tiii: uini:.
Harry Loona Committed to .lull for Slnp
plng Ills Wife.
Harry Loona was lined 10 nnd costs by
Justice Hughes yesterday for slapping his
wife. He was unable to pay the line and
was sent to Jail lo work It out. Loona said
thai ho did not mind going to jail if hi
wife so desired, ns he loved her and was
perfectly willing to do anything to please
her. They have only been mnrrlcd a few
months and this Is said to be the first time
any trouble has occurred between them.
Will ltd urn to China.
17. E. Rowland Is entertaining- his sister.
Sirs. Jennie It. Clapp, at his residence, 73."
Greeley avenue. Sirs. Clapp will be joined
by her husband, Itev. D. H. .Clapp, in a
few daws, when they will proceed via Hil
lings, Slont.. to Vancouver, whence they
will sail to China to take up their mission,
nry work there. Rev. and Sirs. Clapp have
been In this countiy since June, 1SK1, after
having spent ten years as missionaries In
North Central China.
KxecutUe Ciiniiillltco elected.
The Fifth Ward Republican Club held a
meeting last evening and elected an execu
tive committee to make up a delegate tick
et for the primaries to-night. The commit
tee elected Is ns follows: Eighteenth pre
cinct, II. J. Royd nnd Oeorge Foerschler;
Nineteenth precinct, William Lewis and
J. I. Fredlund: Twentieth precinct. J. A.
McLean and Hugh Jackson; Twenty-llrst
precinct. Jack Gray and J. V. Weeks.
Suits for DUorce.
Ollie C. Cooper yesterday tiled suit In the
district court against her husband, W. A.
Coopei, for divorce. They were married
In ISM, and the plaintiff claims that her
husband is an habitual drunkard and that
he has failed to support her. A. C. Croppln
also Hied suit against his wife, Louisa
Croppln, for divorce. He charges her with
I.iliner Iteiisou's funeral.
The funeral of Jalmer IIpHsoii. who died
from sunstroke, took place yesterday aft
ernoon from the Lutheran church. Tho
body was buried in Woodlawn cemetery.
The deceased was overcome with heat
Monday while working in the Fort Scott
A.- .Memphis yards. He never regained con
sciousness alter being stricken.
Desirable ofllee rooms; also store room
In Chamber of Commerce building, Kan
sas City. Kas. Applv Alex. Flndbiy, agent,
5 Hunker building, Kansas City, Slo.
Sylvester Smith, formerly general super.
Inteudent of tin' Union Faclllc Hallway
Company, hut now a wealthy mine owner
In Colorado, was In tho city yesterday.
Sllss Ella Noouun, of Ann avenue, has
gone on li visit to relatives lit Hloomluglon,
Sllss Qulllnn Is visiting relatives In Chi
cago. Ex-.Mayor Ramos and wife arrived home
yesterday from a two weeks' trip through
Texas and New .Mexico.
fieorge Long and Hohert Aborgast re
turned yesteiday from a pleasant visit at
Sir. and Sirs. J. W. Hartnian nnd son,
Michael, have gone to llolden, Slo,, to at
tend the fair.
Tllford Davis, Jr., has gonn to Hutch
inson, Kas., on business,
Sllss Itoao Noffzisgcr left last cvcnlnir
for I'eoria, 111., lo visit friends.
Sirs. Fanitto Iteld-Slusser left yesterday
for I'uola to uttend a teachers' convention.
Policeman W. Ileynolds has returned
from Iluifton, Inch, where he was called by
thu death of his lather. His wife, will ic
main In Hint city for two weeks.
.1. A. Smoker, of Detiolt, Mlcli., is tho
guest of iilends here.
W. J. SlcPhefson, pilvato secretary of
Attorney (leneral Malt O. Reynolds, nf
Now .Mexico, was married yesterday morn
ing to Sllss Hesslo II. Hcaser, a. prominent
society lady of Santa Fe, N. SI. The wed
ding took place in that city. sir. SlcPher
son was formerly a well known attorney
nf this city. Ilo Is u brother to , p.
SIrPhersou, clerk of the probate court of
C. E. Pagan, No. 1721 North Fifth street;
Frank Jersey, No Ml Ferry street; Patrick
Comiskey, No, 21S Colorado uvenue, nnd
Sam Eaton, No, 2 South Fifth street, wero
lined .V '"ueh in the pollen court yesterday
for violating tho tlppllngHhop ordinance,
Tho Euual Sulfrugo Club will hold a
meeting this afternoon at tho home of
Sirs, Jennie Sluher, No, 732 Armstrong uvc.
A little liny Palls Into a I'ond mid Nar
rowly Kicupei Drowning He. cued
by liaj iiiutcs.
Tho heavy rains thut havo fallen recent
ly have mudo u large pond near tho Inter
section of Osugo avenuu and St. Paul
street, which has been tho cause of mttcJi
troublo to thu residents of that vicinity.
On the west side of St, Paul utreot the
water nearly cuvera the sidewalk. Yes
terday afternoon Georgie, tho 3-year-old
son of John Tuylor of Osage avenue, was
playing on tho sidewalk. Ho lost his bal
unc and fell Into the water, which Is
several feet deep. The boy was rescued
by playmates, but not until he had been
utmost drowned. He was taken homo,
where Jio was attended by a phytlcian
and he .peodlly recovered consciousness.
The South SIdo Athletic Club will glva
a ball at McLean & SlcAnany's hall on the
evening of September 3.
Sirs, Hrldget O'Neill und daughter have
rellii-ned from Perrv. O. T.
To-day tui excursion from this city will J
run lo Leavenworth, where a pimlc will
be held. Already many tbkis have been
purchased mid a Ml go ntluidniu'c Is rtn
iirltmtrl Many people from eurroundlng
l.iwns will attend.
, Hers',. t'rtion has gone to Longton
Ka , to visil friends nncl ltd ilives.
.Mis S 1 Meseruiill has gnne to Unnnr,
Mo to spend sevorn I weeks with frlehds.
Mr J II Hippie rivtertaltied the Moth
rry; Art Si. lety yeslerdnv artt'rwvm.
All' Maud Dear and Mis Mamie J'oo
bo.lv hm,. m.ne to Sllo.un Spnngs, Ark.,
to visit friends.
The McllmilUls f This City Are 1'reparlng
to Hold n lllg ltoth.il Mretlng
It Is the intention nf the Methodists of
this rlty to hold it big revival meeting
heie during the Ilist or olid week of
September. Itcv. Coe nnd wife, the ramoiiH
evaiiKcllslH, have uccepted an invitation
to lie present, and other noted church
workers wilt also ntteiul. the religious
meeting. A big tent win he erecleit and
a good meeting In expi-otrd.
An Lfl'iillcoiinin' llon.e ttnhbed.
Thieves entered the lesldence of ev-Po-lleeman
Nick llcrrlngtoli, on Nonh lloeke
street Tuesday night mid secured about
7. The family did not know of the rob
bery until yesterday morning. A moil
was , seen prowling around the neighbor
hood late Tuesday night, nnd It Is supposed
he committed the crime,
Of the l,o letters sent out bv the Congre.
rational church, asking for 2.1 cents rrom
bankers, merchants mid professional men
to aid In. erecting it new building, it few
answers have been received nnd nil have
compiled with the request.
The ladles or the Presbyterian ohllreh
will give an lee cream social to-motiow
evening nt the home of II. F. Marshall, on
Hoekawoy heights. The Argentine Cornet
hand will furnish (he music.
Key. W. H. Shaw returned yesterday
from a visit of several weeks at .Manltou
Slis. fl. V. Simmons Is recovering from
n. severe Illness.
Tho liistern Stnr will hold tho regular
meeting this evening.
.Misses Lizzie and Lvdln Payne returned
yesterday from a visit with friends nt
E. II. Welch and family are entertaining
Harry Hewitt, of Olathe, Kas.
Sirs. John llerger has gone to Freeport,
III., lo spend three months with relatives.
The membcis of the Methodist church
will give a social to-morrow evening at the
residence of Sir, nnd Sirs. Henry Sillier,
on East Hilby avenue.
Rev. C. S. Warner and fnmlly have re
turned from the Lencxa, Kas., campmeet
Ine. The Haptlst social announced for to-to-mortow
evening nt W. T. ISInrkcr's.has
been postponed until Tuesday night,
Sllss Lottie .Marshall nnd .Mrs. Henrv
Hunt leave to-day for Olathe, Kas., to
Work will begin In a few days repairing
the road extending from the west end of
Strong avenue to tho county road Just west
of the city.
Argentine will send twenty-one delegates
to the Kcpubllenn county convention to
be held Saturday.
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
Rosednle by Eugene Miller, who will also
collect for the same at tho reduced rate of
10 cents a week and make his collections
Rev. J. J. Cahhell, pastor of the Second
SI. E church, of Kosednle, announces that
the cornerstone of the new church build
ing will be laid at 3 o'clock, August 2.'i.
Rev. R. H. nilltim, presiding elder of the
Topeku dlstilct, will officiate. All are In
vited. Sllss Lizzie Tnvlor Is spending a few
days with Sirs. Fllkln.
Sllss Pansy Mammon, of the North end.
was pleasantly surprised bv u number of
her friends Tuesday evening.
The Jr. O. 1". A. SI. lodge, of this place,
gave one of the finest Ice cream socials
ever given In this place. The dllfernut
lodges of the Jr. O. T. A. M, were present
from both Kansas City, Slo.. and Kansas
City, Kas., and there weie representatives
from different lodges of the same order
from places within thirty miles of here.
The music was furnished by the Argentine
brass band. The social wns given nt the
residence of H. O. Stlnes.
Sir. Frank Fields and Sirs. Anna nnrrlt.
two well known peoplo of this place, were
united In marriage by Judge Nichols yes
Franklin County Tanner' Institute.
Ottawa, Kas., Aug. 11. (Special) The
fourth semi-annual Franklin county farm
ers' Institute will be held to-morrow 111
Forest park, and the meeting will doubt
less attiact the usual large attendance.
-Mayor Wharton's address of welcome will
lie responded to ny -j-. u. isewcomi). or nil
Pomona Enterprise. The motnlng session
will be addressed by E A. Carpenter upon
the "Cause of llnnl Times." In the after
noon Hon. T. Si. Potter, of Penbody. pres
ident of thn slate board of tigrlcuttuic,
will deliver a lecture on "Kansas Agricult
ure." Professor Slason. of the .Manhattan
state agricultural college, will address the
Institute upon "Siibsolllng." An open par
liament upon "Insects and Insecticides"
will be held, in which S. W. Cramer, F. A.
limner, I). Needham and others will speak.
Another address will be upon "Sheep Rais
ing In Eastern Kansas," by E. S. Klrkp.it
In Colorado. If yon wnnt to know all
about the best places mil the necessary
outlll, nddress H. L. Wincliell, Cheesuinan
block, Denver, Col. He will send you ex
plicit Information chcei fully.
Death of nn Old Itnllrnnd llulliler.
Lawrence, Kns., Aug. II. (Special.) J.
E. Norton, one of the oldest grocerymen
of tho city, died last night at his home In
this city, after an Illness of six weeks,
from lung and bean tumbles. He was born
In Ireland, cmno to this country when a
hoy and lived in Wisconsin. Ho built tho
Hannibal St. Joseph railroad in SIis
soiui, then the Cameron and Kansas. City
branch of the same mad, and when bo
came lo Kansas, worked for tho Santa Fo
In constructing lines until 1S72, when ho
camo to Lawrence. He l-nvos u widow and
seven children. The funeral will he con
ducted by the Hoval Arch -Masons to-mor-tow
afternoon at 3 o lock.
Spechil Kxeurslon to Itnstnu.
Tho Knights Templar conclave will h
held In Hoston from August : to 30 Inclu
sive. Tickets will be on sale via the Nickel
Pluto road fiom August l'J lo 25 Inclusive.
Hales always the lowest; through trains;
draw ing.iouui sleeping .-..in; unexcelled
dining cars; side trips io Chautauqua Lake,
Niagara Falls and S.u.itoga without addi
tional expense. For additional Information
call on or address J. Y. Calnhan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago, 111,
Autl-IIorso Thief Aasnehitluii.
Ottawa, Kas.. Aug. II. (Special,) In
view of tlie fact that sit horses, two or
three buggies and several sets of harness
havo been stolen from eltUenb hero within
the past thirty d-iys, and (hat tho thieves
havo escaped, leaving no dun as to their
whereabouts, a meeting n-ns held lust night
at thn court house to organlzo an nuti
horsothlef nssocl.itlou, Dr. It, S. Illack
was elected president; J. T. Chamberlain,
secretary, nnd F A. Wilkinson, treasurer.
Tho organization will be known ns the Ot
lawn Horse. Comp.iny.and will bo auxiliary
to tho county, state unci Interstate organ
izations. Big to
for 10 cents
fie Largest piece of Good
Uacca.evenQld for jMonejj
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
I'OI.ICKUtlttKIMlO.V A ItlAMH.MI Ittlll-MLItV-.MAV
tleiuy Thiiinler Storm Visits the City
ir.ilnload of I'tciir.lonM. Iiniii Hid-
liin--1oiirii.iiiien of the l.eav
ruwnrlli tliin Club.
Chief of I'uli.e MntltiHHit ulnl two ilo
tootlvrs were Ims.v yesleidiiy w.iiklng
on a illntnoiid rubbery dint recently c
ciinetl at Kiinsas Clly. It is mltf lioth
the illuimilnlK nnd the party who look
them me in Leavenworth, unci the nr
rest, If It Is innile, will t'lento it great
sensation, ns the suspect has lieii'tu
foro stood high h, sneleiy circles nt
Kittisas City. The oilier. woto reticent
niul w-oiild give no named or suy tiny
thing for publication beyond llitlnwitliii,'
Hint Hie arrest niul dlscnvel or the
missing diamonds would startle society
peoplo lit both Kansas City uml Leaven
worth. lie lias Siueeeded.
Sir. O. II, Taylor returned lioine vs.
leldny from u three Weeks- visit III
loloind". Riontly pleased with his trip
mill decidedly benellteil In health,
though weather 'lieuten lo some rx
tent. During his trip Sir. Taylor vis
ited Cripple Creek, whore he was the
guest fur seveiul dnys of Judge IVti
dery, who for so many years mad"
Leu ven wnrih his home. Though 7:1
yenis of nge, the Judge H In the best
or neiiltn. nnd set Sir. Tuvlnr a pace
In mounting tho hills thnl cuuscd him to
open his oyos In wonder and admiration.
It Will be guild news to the Judge's host
of friends In Mils city to learn tluit be
has mado a success of his Cripple Creek
venture. One week .- u t from i.i.ilnv
Sir. Taylor had the pleasure of seelng
tho Judge receive. Ill cold cash. J2I,000
for one of bis gold claims, mid ho Is
Hie possessor of three oilier claims, be
sides having inlet cstfl In others. The
Ollmnte does not exactly agree with
Sirs. Pendery. mid iihe talks of re
turning to Leavenworth on a visit.
Another 'I limicler Slorin.
Another violent thunder slorin, nc
compiinlotl by it heavy rain, passed
over this city yesterday morning from
i to 11 o'clock. The residence nf H. K.
Kendall, on .Montezuma avenue, wns
struck by lightning, ltoth Sir. Kendall
nml Sir. North, who wns talking to him,
wero knocked senseless. Six other mem
bers of the family escaped Injury, al
though the house was considerably
About tho same time the residence of
Ooorge Fuller. 113 South Esplanade, wan
struck by .lightning, the fluid shutter
ing the corner of the house and shock
ing the lumntes. Fortunately, nothlnir
more serious resulted.
An Old nnd llic.l Sinn.
Thomas Kern, C years of nge. was
arrested yesterday at Hi unplnlnt of
J. O. Shannon, of Delaware township,
on the charge nf threatening to kill.
Olllcer Neiihauer made the nrrest. uml
the old man tried to pull a revolver to
resist, but the otlleer wns too quick for
him. Kern is an old offender, and lias
served two terms In the Kansas pen
for horse stealing. Ho follows the voca
tion of horse trading, traveling fioni
place to place In a wagon. The other
(lay he went into camp In front nt Sir.
Shannon's premises, and when the lat
ter ordered him to move on be pulled
his gun and threatened to kill him. This
resulted in bis arrest. In default of
$,'i00 ball Kern was emumltted to the
county .fall. Yesterday afternoon Olll
cors N'etibaiier nnd Sutton went down
to the old man's camp, expecting to
llml some stolon horses, but when they
nrrlvcd the camp hud been moved by
those left in charge of it by the old
It-nl liny for Hvclirstnnisls,
On account of yesterday's rain storm
the day was not very favorable for ex
cursionists, yet the t lollop ennllngent
arrived on time, via the "Wyandotte o
Northwestern, lining seven railroad
coaches. The day was divided between
Ihls city, the fort, Soldiers' homo ami
the Kansas state penitentiary, tho party
leaving at S p. m.
(Inn Club Tournament.
The Leavenworth Gun Club is making
arrangements for it two days' tnurnn
metit, to he hold here September 2(! and
27. An extraordinary programme will
be provided, nnd sportsmen from abroad
are expected to be present In great num
bers. Mis, elliincoiis,
John Roberts, colored, II years old,
was arrested nnd Jailed yesterday,
charged with stealing leiidplpe from
Delf'H bottling house nnd from Vain
Pros. packing house.
i:, S. SlcClnln, of Kansas City, spent
jesterclay In Leavenworth.
An ordinance regulating the use nf
bicycles Is to ho passed by tho city
I! F. Kgntl, of Des .Moines, In., and
fl. F. Egan. of Kansas City, lintli con
nected with the Slaplo Leaf mad, were
In Leavenworth yesterday Inspecting the
road Improvements, now in progress at
A feature of the Foresters' picnic to
day will be a grand street parade, In
which the police force and the lire de
partment will participate.
W. II. Haulier, formerly of this uity,
but who has been at Spiinglleld, Slo.,
for several years, died lit tho latter
place yesterday morning. The remains
will lie brought here for Interment. Do
ceased was 211 years of age, and was
born in this city and educated in thn
public schools. He loaves n widow and
two .small children.
Miirrlagn of Sllss Nellie ThUwell nml Sir.
Harvey I.'. Toiiip.oii Mm. lame's As
sailant Not Pound Political Oosslp.
A quiet church wedding took place last
evening at the Delaware Street SI. E.
church. Sllss Nellie Tldswell, daughter of
T. J. Tldswell, of the First National bank,
of this clly, wedded Sir, Harvey E. Tomp
sim, of Kremlin. O. T. Tho groom Is tho
postmaster and general merchant at Krem
lin. The wedding ceremony took place nt
7:30 o'clock. Rev. Jump ollhiatlng. Slany
friends of the In Ida and groom were In nt
tendance, and after the ceremony a wed.
ding supper was served m tho home of the
bride's lather on West Lexington avenue.
Sir. and Sirs. Tmupsnn will leave to-day
for an extended trip East, (in their return
they will make a short stay In Independ
om e after which they will go to their home
Confident tin Will Helurii.
The continued absence of William Svval
well, of this city, lrom his homo has caused
considerable, anxiety on the part ot his
family mid ftlentls. notwithstanding tho
fact that beforo leaving homo he announced
to several friend that ho was going in
search of work. Svvalwell attended the SI.
13. chiircp Sunday night and was asked lo
take part In an entertainment to bo given
for the benefit of the Haptlst church Thurs.
day evening. Swulwdl stated at that time
that he was going awuy to look for wotk,
and possibly could not bo present. Slany
of his friends here believe that ho will ie.
turn if no injury has befallen him. Swul
wdl Is a mtiu of even temperament und is
highly respected in this city.
dust a l.lttlo Auxtuui.
Since the announcement that thu Demo
cratic; county iiwiunlttee. would hold u
meeting Saturday next, those who have u
little grudge to settle over the action of
the South side lllue township delegation In
unseating W. N, Southern, have begun to
sharpen their knives in leadiuess for tho
coming fray, Kx-Coinmltteemuu Southern,
or Committeeman Southern as the case
may be. has many warm friends who will
be in the sculp dance Saturday next, Thu
opposition, which claims that John l.obb
was icguhuiy seated, compose the dele
gates who seated him, and their friends.
Some ot them have weakened. It is said,
and now propose to comptomise or hold
aloof from 'tho fight. Those who controlled
the deal made the assertion yesterday that,
UQtwUU5UmUn the fuel that tnauy of the
4g lot We.t pth Street, Kansas City, Ato.
'K The OH Reliable Doctor, tlldett III Age, t.ongc.t Located. A ItegnW
Aft Id (iriidiialn In Sledlilne. Our g? nri Special 1'mrtlrr,
KA' Authorised by tho State, to treat CIIXOMC, HtUVnuS e-1 SHCItl Ol$t IMS. OntM
ruarnnterinrinnticy refunded. All tncllclnes cf u'hed feadf .for li-e. No dcten
HHHIk tinnfreni lupine. Patient ntiu'l- Unc a ttran-dPyf nil .idetrf". Medinnei
nenirvcrnrle ie. fnofroiu tarrtnr brenksee. Cliaive li.w Our Jiuiiirinfol. Acd nnd
riperlriiccinioimpottnu. KUtn our Cuso and scud for terms. LVuiuitaltou Is iuo ntid confl,
ilentlal, either pcrsnnollyerl'T letter. ....... ... . . .
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, ('mtT.'ry':)
produces' los.e. pimple mid likdchrtoit the face, ti -hrsrif .,wl m hi, l. pi'i.s In luck, con
fused Iclf usnuct fi.rffp'.ru.ness, lia-ii.Iulne, literal m to sm-.-'t, I, 1 M i- unit wer, ,. tf
manhood, Ac .cured for life I canstoiu)ltilirhtl..e.iT" ! se-ndt..rr. reaioruuerr
and train power, culatgo nnd ctrt ngthen wenw patls uid ln.ic jou tit fur umrruge.
-:viiliilic thittcrrihiodlsrnsc, In nil its 1 CJ ,.Jr( M1.f, permnnetitly rnre.1 wlttuut
Oypillll, f,,r ,( kmcc rttred tor -LI --' - caustic, i itllti. hourle. i
lite. Itlooit Poisoning. Skin Diseases. Ulcers, I sounds. Nr t!n, t rtunvuro. ltlcjnv ca
Hweltltig.Sorc,l.. iiccrCiU-aa'idtileet.nndiillJii ethctrc iii cut atli'iaie.
Iorm,tif Privaln Dtsrase-i PosltlTClT cutcd cr ts.it iiii cm JliO Oresl Turkish
tnnner tcfunded. Kliv.li liuiLiiii Hnetimntin Cure. t.
1iule for both sete S1 pn!;c. ST Pictures. ht'ltH I't'Itl'.. Tliosnatet iltsi..erv la thn
IJlHilS. 110 u, j,,,( wl.., al ,iescrlpllen fit ot'llnl ft treillcttie. On ft. -.i) riven rell- ft J
nbnirn (Urease, thnt'Prl nml rttre, sent seal- P-wOo'i Ititntun fcrer nml pain lit Joint;-
rdluplnlu wrnrpir'tnrf'C. In stamp. Head this r irnlu a few davs. Scad staieraer.t of cusd
liltts book nud answer list utqucslloiia. tc ;th stamp tor tlrculur. i
n,.rt rVTiiOMtitt ,if .ImuIomui I'er Mm Only. Itfplelewlth j orre ru .i iMI
I"l CO JHUSClltll ()I AUtltOlliy tbnuiatulsuti'uriositlr -. Tio Bd. . hlip. n.
llfe-HUo models and w .s llmirrs doeply Imprcta thu iulud;-a sihuol of to-1 Sundjfi 10 tt 13.
truotlon a sermon without -ord. ....
I H . tMO rirnoilKl It tkt banlu itMch I hl.1 tctllll ttr ntt tfirflJcJ fAttt ennret rum.
ASK FOR A
TlioHIKHCAXTIIiK IS TUB KAVOIMTK TKV CKNT rUiAIJ.
For sate bv all First -class Dealers. Mnnnfarturidbvthel.lt, HM l SII.HtATIM tlilVIt
CO. P.lclory No. WM SI t.nnl. Mn CUAS W l.AMil WeiternAt.1. Al I.rdta ve Las I 'r
BEAR IN MIND THAT'THE GODS HELPTHOSE
WHO HELP THEMSELVES." SELF HELP
SHOULD TEACH YOU TO USE
tSB m U VSI7'' I
delegates had been approached to sign
statements (is lo the linn ceding, th-y hti 1
refuecl lo sign, unci wcr. standing bv Iibb
to ,i man. Hie overture was made sicr i
day lo Iner-use the iiuniber of c. tnniitiee
men on the South side from one io tw
mid Lv so ding seat Sir l.obb and Mr
Southern. It was announced later that the
hoiiocr il being a c ominitteeman nj,. not
big, and the order was given to go on With
ileu t'p the Seiircll.
Tho siiirelr for the nsvnllnnt of Sirs.
1uther Lowe, an nccoiiiil of whs h was
published In the Journal ostordny, ha,
in en abainloivd, uncl'-r the general be
lief that the null. in has made gt-id Ins
escape. Parlies.- ftom the Crenshaw neigh
borhood f-'tuted estechly timet the sear, h
w-,i" eoutiniKsl Tuesday night and nban-donc-tl
at nn early hour yvsterdoy morii
lii'g. .Mi's. Lowe, who sitlTeied i onsuler
ahly from nervoiu. prosinui.m. had :e
S'.ilnetl. lwr usual spirits yesterday.
Death of Sirs. T. ('. Miiiiliinil.
Sirs. T. C. Slnrtland died vestenlay morn.
Ing at her home in lloonville, after an ill
ness of several months. The remains will
be brought to this city for interment to-dn
The deceased was well known In this . ity
nncl before her marriage was Miss Hi-ace
(ialllgher. In June, IW she married T. C
Sliirtlntul, of Fulton, Slo.. and since that
time has lived In that city.
Sirs. SI. Christopher left yesterday for
her hum.-, nt Warrtuishurg, accompanied
by Dr. J ohm Hryant, Sr.
Henry Pelser, of Cincinnati, n. Is the
guest of his parents, Sir. .'11111 Sirs. SI.
Sirs. Samuel Cngg left yesterday for
WarrenKburg, Slo., on a visit lo relatives.
Sllss Caroline Stoll, who has been spend
ing her vacation at Western idea sure ic
sorts, arrived home last evening
Workint-11 were engaged wv-tei d.i v m ar
:ang1ng a telephone. line lor the 'Kansas
City and Independence electric line.
The funeral of 1). I). Menu will be held
Ihls nfteiuoor,' nt 2:30 o'clock, ni the Later
Day Saints' church, on West Lixington
Sirs. II. T. Phelps left yet-terd.i for
Hrookliold, Slo,, wheToshe expects to viMt
for several weeks.
Henry Porter, lo w Irtmi n vlg-r.in'-e com
mittee paid its respects Sun.l.iv night,
was given, a thirty diy sent, nee estci
tlay by Justice Slllfard. II.- was charge el
with destroying property.
Sirs. T. c. Logon returned jisteidav to
hvr home, at Hrookliold, Slo.. afti 1- .1 N.t
of several weeks with relatives in th,s
Miss. 'Stand Hume arrived home vester
lUy from a. visit with relatives nt Spring
W, II. Hartliolomew ha.se opened a res
taurant and cigar stand next to the post
(icorge Tinman has been granted' a per
m'et to excavate for n tren.li near Alton
n venue. The woik Is 10 Ik- dnm- uih-r
the supervision of tho street ami nllev
.Marriage licences were granted yester
day to W. Dillingham and II. ttb- Will
iams, William Scarborough ar.el Anum. 1. 1
Corlre. John Corn nnd Viola 1, Lewis
Information! was llled with tin pioba.
court yesterday as to the IdmiuHv eef .i.i.-i.i,
Timins. Tlmms has been iv-Wihk m .,
tent eas-t of the city, lie i pi.--cssed ..!
Sir. Clintcpn. who Is lemodeliiig the M, 1
ehants' Hotel h'oi-k, aiinouni e, thai h. .1.
tended to put a modern front on his hull I
Iiik, which will greatly Improve its kui-imI
The- lilac ksmlth' (ools stolen fmm Hill .1
Humphry's shop two w k- ago w.u
I'oiitivl vcMteid'aj bv the police and ie
tlirinsl 10 the proprietors. The police have
n clue as to the their, but no developments.
nave taken place.
BRIEFS BY WIRE.
Southampton. Aug. II. Tho American
line steamer St. Louis nrrlvid nt thie. pent
at 2 o'clock this atternoon and has broken
her best eastward record.
.Marshall. Slo., Aug. II. (Spesial.) Tl,r
night oicraloi of the Chicago A- Alien
depot was forced to open the safe l.isi
night by it mairked robber, ami 120 stolen.
Sfdalia, Slo.. Aug. II. (Special) Pr..r.s
sor E. A. Robertson, of Indianapoh- In. I.,
has been elected prcsleleut of liciig.- It.
Smith college, which will be opened S p'm
Leipslc, Aug. II 11.11011 Hirnhaid I'hrh -thin
Tailchnllz, the celebrated publisher .if
(iieek and Latin classics, I (. br w ami
1 reek lllbles and Continental editions t
liiitlsh authnis. is dead.
New York, Aug. It. Samuel tampers nn I
P. T. Slcllulie. delegates of the Aui'-riciiu
Federation of Labor lo the liiitlsh Tracks
I'ltlou congiess at Curdilf. Wales, left for
Europe this morning on the Iterlm, of the
Chicago. III., Aug. II, fnder authority of
Federal Judge Shnwalter. f.eneral John SI -Nulla,
receiver of tho Distllllm- 1111,1 P.n-
llo l-'cedillg Comtianv. sold the nronerlv
of that corporation to-day to the reuigun
izalian committee for fl.Mio.im
Niagara h'alls. N. Y., Aug. II, ILnry T
Thiirber, President Cleveland's private sec
retary, is III hire. He arrived late yester
day afternoon, and has been conilned to
his room since. Dr. Clarke, who was
culled, Says the Indisposition Is" not scrlotr.
Washington, Aug. II On February 17.
1591, a stage was held up nnd robbed 011 the
highway near Spear Fish. S. D, To-day
Chief Postoltlcc Inspector Wheeler was no
tilled of the ariest at SprlnMield, Slo. of
Ulysses (I, Pitts, charged with this rob.
Allwtiy, N.Y.. Aug. II. Uy the explosion
of a largo holler in the paiier mill and
postul card manufactory ot woolwoith ,;
Co.. ut Custleton, tin miles from here, 10.
day, ono man, James Law ion. the watch,
man, was killed and another, the engineer,
was so badly Injuied that It Is believed he
Kid. Aug. II. A terrible accident oc
curred nt tho Oermanla shipbuilding yard
to-day, A number uf workmen were re
turning across u gangway to thore after
their work had been completed on a new
culser, when the gangway broke and nil
the men were thrown into the water. Eight
bodies have been recovered.
Orand Island. Neb.. Mis:. H. (leorgo
Shank, who wus bound over to the district
court lu .yi bond, for attempting to rob
the I'nion Fucillo of soi).(io worth of steel
rail, was released to-day, Chicago people
stgnltitf his bond. He had been In Jail u
ween, rne snerirt uit to-day for Chicago
to secure A. V. R-l.toii, hi ugcumpllct,
untJr urrtst thtre. ' I
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ph.vslchtn of exiine.. sUIH and inteigriiy. No
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Slllltll iM.s (nriiisliect .11 hni ill cost, ant
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Call or aildie , lu cnmulene u
Dr. H. J. WKITTIER,
in West Mnth st li Ns.s I. ITY, im,
can ho treutcu at homn fur tleo name pile 11 uiic'.rr sat o
uiliiruiity. If yoiiirolertcjcjiuo lu-ruvtn nlll cen
tr.ict to pay rollnhut furo nii.t lunul bills, and in)
cliarrc, If wolud toetire- If yon havo taken iurr.
nii'l, Iodide imiiich, an, I mil have allies and
en Ins, ai.il-ouii I'litiiiesitiiQuutli, ho re 'lit 1. ...1,
Xll.lil-i, C'.iiH-r 4'ilir.t Mpott, Cleers un
uu- purtuf Hi" i ii.l)-, Hole or lli.l.inv. iiilllnit
out, It, It tbt SJlililllllo JII.OIIU IMMSON
that vt 0 uuui-niitri to euro. We sillilt, tho mt
...limit, viis.. sn'l , liiilleiue Oie v. .iil foe
.. nisei ii'b 1'iiiiiu.t cii'.-, syililliei has upturn
lialtled (l.e sUlllul'OiM most ciutueut plit.l
uurautv A li..l ute pi .mi sen tnli don urii.i
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k ClhClKMATI.Q fEM "old -y DruggUU,
-or leui in ruua rrpi-r.
Ji.i.e. ur a Lottie, :.;,.
Circular trut uu lc..iuc.4t
The I.utest s.'ii.itiou.
The suiprltlnsly low rates offered by tha
Nickel Plan road lo Hoston and return,
account Knights Templar conclave, and a,
choice of forty routes. Tickets on sulo
August 13 to 23 Inclusive; longest return
limit; service strictly llrst-class. Sleenlnir
car space reserved In advance. For fur
ther information address J. Y. Calahan.
general agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago,
Where Are You Going.
I am on mv wav to the rhie.ic.n x. Al
ton ticket olflco to get a berth In their
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E B KU-L-t- ti.ry i-iptillli pi-rip-iucntly
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