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V,ltt KANSAS CITY JOUHXAL FIUDAY. At'OfS'l 1b 1SJW.
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Wtth Soothing Italmy0ll4
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l'lcitse) mention tltmrnrit.
Dr. D. M. DYE,
Cniiiuitmiioii Oil Cure,
Jnslice cf Ihc Peace,
New Number. W171
4-IU Minnesota Ave.
,F. W. STEtNJIKT.
t'nlon Cigar Manufacturer Wholesale ami Itc
tall, line goods nt )ione-.t price. Jusl estab
lished. nil'J Mlnnisiitu Atomic.
E, I. Callender
(111! Minn. Ap.
Programmes nntl !T n
Artistic Printing a spe
cialty. Hook Hmdlng,
llustness Cords ami
John T. Sims!
.ttistlco nf tho 1
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All business transact
nl promptly. Mar
without, publicity, If
desired Olllce In the
Welsh Mock, fourth
ami Kansas avenue,
I'OI.ITI CAL AS.I O U.C Mn.NTS.
JTOlt COUNTY SUltVKYOK,
Now assistant to County Purveyor Williamson,
Hlbjert . .loelsloti nf Uiipillillean convniitlnii.
Subject, 10 doclska of Kepuhllcan conren
ARTHUR II. STEVENS,
For re-election, subject to decision of Hopub
J'Ol. COUNT!' CL.EI11C.
J. H. LASLEY.
UOB COUNT1T TJtBAiiUItEn.
Subject to decUton of Kepubllcan Conven
tion. UUK COUNTY TU1'- .SUKEK,
JOHN W. FERGUSON.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
tention. TJiOH BIUSniFl)'',
Bubject to decision of Republican Can
iiOK JUDGE OF TilE DISTRICT COURT
JAMES S. GIBSON.
flnbjecr to decision of Republican Con
vention. IfOP COUNTY CLERK.
GEORGE T. SAVAGE,
Candidate for ovtnty clerk.
Oubject to tho Republican convention.
D-. S. H. THOMPSON,
Subject to the .dec on of tho Hcpubllcan con
vention. For Insurance,
Tho Journal office has been
removed Irom the Chamber
3 of Commerce to tho nrst floor
Ij of tho Columbia Building at
j Sixth street and Minnesota
ici:i'inir.ic.NricrMAKii:s 111:1,11 inthi:
CITY AND t'Ol'NTY.
SOME SPIRITED CONTESTS,
A VOMAN' HHIXHS .SUIT
tlly'i .luilcnieiit lliiuiN AVI II llu Snlil to tho
HlRlii'St nml Rest lllililir Aiiilllliiry
to Order nf tlin World-(i, A.
Tho RcpubllcanK held their primaries last
evening iml elected delegates to tho coun
ty convention to bo held at the tabunwcle
ito-monow. While thoio wori contests In
nil of tho wards but two, yet no 111 feel
Jns was ctib'eiwlureil, Tliu convention' will
convene n't JO o'clock In tho mornlnir and
tho Indications nro that It will ho la hps
Flon until nildivU'ht, The candidates urn
jiuineroiih unit tho coiiveivtlom will bo a.
largo one. No returns havo been received
froin the country districts.
Jn the First ward there were tw tick
ets. One was led Uy A. C'urfnie, member
of the boaul of education', and the other
by Junies I'hllllps. The- drfrao ticket
von by a vote of KO to ST.
In the Si-cond wsinl tho regular club
ticket wow by u sood miijorlty. The op
position put up a Htroiisr lifiht, hut thvy
jdn short nf votes on tho "home struUh."
The orlKlmil, chartered, Hepubllcnn Club
carried olt tho honors In the Third ward,
The-ro were thrto 'tlekntif In the Held tho
Allen flub, chartered; th Hetty t'luli ami
nnj Independent ticket. Them were over
(100 votes 4ist undi the Allen Club won by
.a Ms majority.
There was a lively light In tha Fourth
ward. The Club ticket, headed hy l'rsl
ilent WrlBht, as defeated' liy the anti
cluh ticket. Tho chief bone of contention
wnsi on account of tho Judgftfhlp of tho
district court. Tho club ticket was put
up to beat II, It. Ahlen, His friends got
losether andi put an anil-club ticket In
tho llfM. They did some hard' work ami
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Mtosibnf i ffiVJAT man
l.nilk tll'llt Who
, , I'luittigrtpli
' s Vii Money.
lie sure and ullll.s ,
, . 'Jtu.
042 Minn. AVC. ,
wears 11 shirt col
liir iiml tilr of
ruffs 1I111111 tip nt
Till' Ultgllll "III lull
fur our litindtp.
loloplintio West tlft.
Successor tn Kansas city l'liiulnw Mill,
Mmiuftti Hirer nf
Hush, Doers, Mouldings, In nil lie Mint Plan-
lug, "oroll nml Itiiml vtwliut, Mnlr II11II1I-
III);, hunk ('iiitttli'r, lllllic livitirr
Hint hardwood finishing. ltl
mtil itrmittittv tlintlslioil.
1 OnMind Am., lor. Itli hi., ,iii lily, Ki.
G, W. BETTS,
Justice cl the Peace,
lift li nml
titiblii liy If n-qtlested.
Collei Hon a specialty.
$125, $150, $200.
IU mall, Imlniico sJ
S. N. Simpson Son,
Chamber of Com, llldg.
AVjBllllottn (lit Co.,
1 OH REU13TER OF DEEDS,
ORRIN V. SHEPPERD.
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. 1,'Olt CLKHK COURT COMMON 1'DEAS,
WILL F. PETERS,
Bubject to decision of Republican Con
vention JjiOR COUNTY CL.UUK,
Bubject to decision of Kepubllcan Con
vention jOK HHBttlFS",
JACOB W. LONGFELLOW
Subject to decision of Republican Con
vention. If OR SHERIFF,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
OR COUNTY CLERK,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
If OH CORONER,
DR. V. L. TODD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. If OH SHERIFF,
C. W. LITCHFIELD.
Subject to decision of Republican conven
tion. If OR CORONER,
DR. F. M. M'CALLUM,
Subject to decision of Republican con
vention. f OR CORONER,
DR. R. L. KEOPSEL,
Suliject to decision of Republican conven
tion. miciwiIwI in downing the club ticket by a
dc uli'd vole.
Th' Fifth nml Sixth war.! Republicans
only had one ticket In tho Held lu each
ward. Yesterday morntnu; the different
ructions ri-m hed an nurei ment and a 00m
hin.ui.in ticket was placed in the Held nt
cm h place.
The follow-insr Is ,1 list of tho deleiratcs
elected in Iho six ward.-;
First ward, A. W. Carlrae. V. RInKland,
!;. Harden. II. Ilorcrs. A. W. Munson, W.
Smith, ('. W. Hurdle, Peter.-on, A. Ad
dison. 11. Eddy. W. llrnok, Jamoh Fee,
(J. Minims, A. Zellncr. Curtis Stone.
Second ward W. H. J.lttlclc, W. T.
White, Robert Berry, E. E. Trowlnldno, II.
M. Klnnoy, W. C. -Martin, leot'i;e K. Ad
dison. William Alexander. A. .1. Ilntsh-liei-Ker.
II. It. Chandler, Mike lleiijamln,
.1. A. HtiehliiKcr, William Mntlfeldt, I. F.
Ri.idley. H. A. Mondenhall, Dick Speck,
IllHh Dunaway, (IriirKe Itemaikt. R. W.
Morris, John .Ionian, .incnb Froliwerk,
Itolieit llowman. Adolpli Volte. Thomns
Manuel, S. II. Whlsiief, M. E. Carroll, W.
"". Diardorlf, Thomas Thorp, ,1. J. Uff.i,
V. H. llrnwn, Chmlcs llohl, Sr., ,:d
Stronjr, I). F, Joni's. Sam Hoistman, .latnes
Mathews. L. Jl. Flslier. A. Mlschllch. Jr.,
c. Swanson. H. C. O'Dell, Curt Ham
monds. Third ward W. J J. Ttarnhnrt, Ilnny
Wnocester. Morton H raves, William Ro
tnrt, Tlltord Davis. K. Rodekonp, Ellis i,a
ccy, E. It. Cnlleiider, A. J. Neelv. F. W.
Sopor, Nat SlliKlelirry. C. W. Tilekett,
Jnsppli Willis. Joe Fife, H. S. Smith, Homy
Merirew. neorirn Cox, MeCalie Moore. It.
C. (Mail;, E. It. Allen, l.on Hale, L. (i.
Smith, W. A. Hutler, M. :. Foarsoil. .Sam
uel Henderson, 11. II. I.asley, Charles
Hiown, Martin McDonald. Newman
Thomas, M. W. Wray. E. Robinson, lioeeli
or Stlios, (leoreo J. Twlss, Jesse I'utm, It.
J. McFarland, Edward Jones, S. It. .Morse,
J. W. Voorbles. II. E. Morris, William
Humble. J. E. CI111III1101', Sanford llrown,
n. W. Troup. It. F. Tlllery, It. D. Spence,
Aimer Robinson, C. .. Wily, WIIII11111 Till
man. I.. W. Kepllnscr.
l-'otirth ward-Alfred Weston, J. W. Wil
son, J. I.. Jones, Thomns J. Chambers,
Ceorgo YeiiKcr. W. S. Randall, Taylor
Jackson, Joseph W. Herndon, fJeotKe
I'ieknrd.John Lyons, ,1. W. Hill, E. Homuth,
I" F. Servian, August Anderson, D. J.
driest, W. W. McCimi', IMuur M. Smith,
A. E. Russell, Thomas L. UlnKlns, Will
iam Thompson, Sr.. II. I.. Kiuipp, William
1'rlestley, Adolph O.irdnei', O. ,1 I'eterson,
John A. Swanson, H, K. I'roudllt, Rolieit
Holloway, Pr. Oeorue M. Clray, O. O. Alh
ertou, Dr. J. W. May.
Fifth ward W. J. Campbell, J. F. Per
due, II. J. Wehlmler. N. li. Hammond, II,
Olson, C. Davidson, J. A.WahlburK. Joseph
Schmidt, Frank Colvln, S.im Harrison,
AVIIIInm MoNaiitrhten. V. it. ltlley, L. D.
Mahie, K. J. McilivKfr, A. Dunning. A. J.
J'orter, I. 1'. Dennis. Lloyd Scese, Richard
Evendcn, W. .1. Wilson. J. F. Shannon,
Frank Moore, Tom Foster, James Swelgeit,
J. II. Qulntrell, Marshal Smiley, Sam Rol.
litis, Henry Tillman.
Sixth ward II. Fohlmnn. J. Jf. Enochs,
John Weimar. A (1 Louthcrs. T. A. I'ol
lock, Oscar Erlekson, Elmer L-ish, it. 0.
Miller, Joe Ijomlmi'l, Thomas Corduer, F.
AVostfall, Charles Clifford, 11. Allen, J. W.
W'lrt, F. Fosberir, S. O. lilookmnn, John
Copelnud. J. L. Roark, M. J. Fleck, J. O.
Hclvey, II. L. Miles, Ira X'aiiKhii, O. Nel
son. lleorBfi Lontr, Fred Emmert, I'eter
Smith, Carl 1'ierson; John Snyder, J. W,
Monni'i'B. L'. V. Snyder, Stove 1'leart, J.T,
SIma and Albert IVtersun.
A VAI.UAItl.i: Oltdl',
Farmer Haywood Milm; fnr Damages
Caiued iy mi (liuiiluiv,
James II. Haywood, a fanner living at
Muncie, had eleven acres under cultlva.
tlon near that place this season and dur
ing the recent rains the land was over,
flowed and the crop damaged, Haywood
claims that tho overflow was caused by
the t'nlon I'aclllo Railway Company build,
iue a culvert that was too small to currv
away tho water. Yesterday ho Hied suit
in tn district court against the company
for $1,US damages. He apportioned tint
dnmnsie lhl wm : Tun irt-es piilnlnes.
lldOi two iirrM of enhhnge JSTO, two nere
of watertneloriii ti: ih', rteies of Held
corn, JSO, one-fourth i, 10 ,r tomnloeii, JS
onr-fonrth m-ip ,,1 ! JIJS) one-lmlf
acre or pens, $7-,, ,,11,. ,1, re of mvfet m
Wiiiinii Wniil lliiionc. From nil lliur
iinrii (iimp mi tur hiiprlniiulnritl
b a Nntirj,
Xtrc. L. II. Jnmen tiled .ult In the din.
trict court yesiei.i.iy imnnitit the London
Assurniifp Cnmiunv. lor .1,( ilnmanen
fir fnle ImpiHoiiment. .r. Jnmnfi H the
woman who w,i . nmmltteil to (all .everal
d.i)s iiro In- Notary Puhilc Chirnnre llo
Klti for refiihiK to nnner a uuentlfltl,
while ie.iifi.im before him In a rtilt How
I'endinc in tin district court, btouirlit by
Mrs. Jntnes to i.vover tnntimncn from (lie
ilefeiiflijnt in iho present tilt. Some rut -tiltnre
liplmiuiiiit to her, which w. Insuted
in the oiiiimny, was destroyed by lire. In
I'lepnrlnit for I he case the ntlnrneys for
the company tiemiu tfllilnir depiwltlons.
Mrs. ,lme wns taken bnfore Notary rub
lie HoBln, but npnii the n.lvlce of her at
torney ho i-rfnsed to answer A nuosllon
as to Whether or not she had received no
tice of the inni'Pll.itiitn of her rioilcy. The
notary nriere.i her 10 answer, and when
she repeatedly lefusetl to do so, committed
her lo (all. She only renmlned there ittioiit
thtee hours, at the end of which time she
Was released on habeas corpus ptoceed
liiwi. Her allot neys claim that the London
Assurance Association Is responsible fat
her Imprisonment and, therefore, demand
OITfs iMIIHii:.Mi:t- IKINIIS.
Tli'ny Will lie Snlil t n,n lllghrt nml llot
dor. There are outstnndlnir Judgnients
aggregatliiK I'fl.WK fino-lialf of this amount
Is owned by the lighting companies, and
iho water company has a $.",() Judgmont.
The balance is for Snlltlog creek overflow
damage and personal damage JudRments.
Chairman Wldenor, of the finance com
mittee, stnted last evening that these bonds
would lie sold at nil eaily date to the lilgh
ot bidder. It has been decided to Issue
Jiil.Ont of the bond" lo run ten years, and
K'2,l"i0 to run for Hftcen years. The oily
clerk will ndvcrtlso for bhls next week,
nml the contract for the sale of tho bonds
will be made some llmo next month.
TO AMI Till! I'OOIt.
Dr. Itnncroft Will Sell Sninr nf lll I'lno
l)ng unit t'li)clcn.
Dr. R.incrort will take advantage of the
opportunity to-morrow and endeavor to
sell some of his lino dogs and chickens,
the proceeds to bo npplied to the poor
fund or the Tabernacle. He will exhibit
his chickens nml dogs on the platform of
tho Tabernacle while the Republican con
vention Is In session, and ho hopos to bo
nblu to realize considerable money from
tho sale. The doctor has sovernl wnys of
keeping up the poor fund, und this Is one
of them. He has a Huff Cochin rooster
Imported from England, which Is valued
i:ommitti:i TO .IAII,.
dolin o'Donticll Under Arrest I'pon n Chtirgo
John O'Donnell was arrested yesterday
on the charge of burglarizing union I'a
clllo box cars. He Is suspected of being the.
man who broke Into a box car lu tho
Union I'aclllo yards a fow days ago and
stole a large amount of merchandise, Ho
was taken before Justice Hughes, who
fixed Ills bond at J."no. llu was unable to
lurnlsh ball and was commuted to tho
county Jail to await a preliminary hear
ing next Thursday.
(i. a. it. i:miui:sion.
Will llo ltiin In Lfiivimirnrtli nn Thursday,
An excursion will bo run to Leavenworth
on Thursdny, August "S, under the auspices
of the l!. A. R. All of the places of In
terest In and around that citv will be vis
ited bv the excursionists. Noted speakeis,
Including Hon. John J. ingalls, F. H.
Dawes and Colonel True, will talk to the
excursionists. Music has been provided for
und In addition dinner will be served.
Illdi for CikiI.
Rids for the following amount of coal
will be received at the otllce of the board
of education of Kansas City, Ens., up to
li p. m. on the ICuh day of August, IS'.d:
Fnr 10..-10 bushels nf lump coal for stove
heating; I. ,7)0 bushels of nut coal, for fur
nace heating, to be delivered In the coal
bins of the different school houses of
V r,t... 1.-... ... ......1. II... n ..n.1 It.
nouses, alio win ue rciiuueu in give ,i
Imn.l nf t'.no I',,,. 1 1, IMf,,l tuirfnniinnn
of the contract, llldders are required to
cncloso certified check of 2tm as a guaran
tee of good faith. The board reserves the
light to relect any or all bids, lly order
of the board. M. O. JONES, Clerk.
VletorLi Do Journctte Hied suit against
W. S. Itoylun yesterday in the district
court to quiet the title to some property In
the north end of the city, between the "L"
road right of way and Parallel avenue.
.Mary Long also began action In tho same
court against T. T. Newman and others
to recover 7."0 damages. She claims that
she owns a home on Hlverview avenue,
that the propi rty adjoining It Is way nhovc
grade, and that til" owners of It caused
thu dirt to roll down ngnlnst her home,
damaging it to the etent stated above.
Mining I'mtu llmne,
T. E. Kilgrove, a pi Inter, Ihing at No.
20,71 Thompson avenue. Is missing from
home and his whereabouts are at present
unknown. He was employed in a printing
olllce near the state line and Wednesday
evening, after leaving work, he slatted
for home. However, lor reasons unknown,
ho never reoohed his destination. Kilgrove
was married about six months ago to a
daughter of J. L. Williams.
lined lu the rtillcn Court,
J. D. Robinson, corner of Euclid and
Colorado avenues, und W. J. Hlgglns. No.
T22 Miami avenue, were lined J7) each in
police court yesterday morning for violuting
the tippling shop ordlnnnce. LUsio Mitchell
and Hutch Harrington were flnul flO each
for Improper conduct, They were unable
to pay the lino and are now in tho city
Held for Assault,
nave Harris was given a preliminary
hearing yesterday afternoon before Jtnllce
lluglies on the charge or assaulting Eliza
beth Johnson, the lo.year- old daughter nf
Louis Johnson. He was hound over to the
dlstilct court lu tho kum of J.'.Ooo. lie
was unable to furnish the leculred ball
and was committed lo tho county Jail,
Desirable odlce rooms; nlso storo room
In Chamber of Commerce building, Kan
sas Cliy, Kus, Apply Alex. Flmlluy, agent,
0 Hunker building, Kansas City, Mo.
The Woman's Relief Corps will serve din
ner to-morrow In a tent, which has been
erected In Huron place.
The Rev. Scott F. Ilershey, of IlOatoof
will deliver two A. I'. A. lectures nt the
Tabernacle on the evenings of. August 13
W. r Albright, C. K. Nordeen, F. F.
Young und F. S, Albright hold a meeting
last night und organized a mandolin club.
The club will bo composed of the best
guitar and mandolin players In the city.
The club will be known as the Dlmetalllc
The Salvation Army will servo Ice cream
and cake at Its tent In Huron place to-mot-row
The regular run, vhlcJi was to have taken
place last night, by" the Y. M. C. A. Cycle
Club, was postponed until to-morrow night
on account of a number of members being
unable to lake part.
Don't miss the cantata of "Clolden Hair
and tho Throe Rears" nt First J'reauy
terlnn church to-night. Children under VI
years of age, only 15 cents. Miss Wilson
will sing 1'Il.irbara Frietctue" In charac
ter. Eail Smith, the young man who was'-nr-rested
a few days ago on the charge of
abducting -Mamie Roberts, was not Earl
Smith, of tho Kansas City, Fort Scott At
Memphis Railroad Company, .Mr. Smith
has many friends In the two kans-us Cltys
who aro readers of the Journal, und It Is
for the purpose of placing him in the prop,
er light before his friends that this notice
State Accountant J. E. Challlnor came,
down from Topeka last evenluii to spend u
few days with his family.
a. p. Brooks returned xesterduy from a
The city authorities have nflt yet sold
the IwMids lo bo Issued to tnke up the Jmlc
ments now outstanding ngalusl the city.
Splter Co. onlv contrnotod to lake the
special improvement bonds Issued until
April. Iswi. on which they will give .1 pic
mluln or 1 per cent. The Judgment (Hinds
Wilt tie Hold 1,1 llir, 1,l,yl,eul i.l l.nvl 1,1,1.
such niinntlties as the hoard may direct.
The coal lo be of the best iiualltv of
screen coal. Dealois will state the qual
ity and kinds of coal offered. The suc
cessful bidder must deliver the coal In
the coal bins or the cellars of the school
trip lo Cnlnrndo. lid rttlWriYd the Nnttnnnl
Tea, hem' Association com mi ion whllr
Mls Almn Lwls, of Sedan Kas , Is In
the iltv. the guest of the fa mil or Judge
A. M Speak, of Warsaw, Ki .Is in Ihc
city, the Riirsl of his son, W. M. Ppcnk,
of No. SIT Armttong avenue.
Mi .Made lleeil, of Iho ritv treasur
er's oltlee. is riitertalnliiK It" friend, Ml
Mary Clark, of IMcpia, III.
An Auxiliary In the Order nf (be Wnrbl
llrgiiiili-il ill n Mooting llrlit
Ah auxiliary to (ho Order of the World
was utKiinlzcil Wednesday tvenln nt the
home of Dr. and Mrs. '.. Nnon The of
II, en elected rollow : I'lesldent. Mrs. E. t).
Wltxhlp, vice president, Mr. Simmons:
sieretnry, Mrs. Lillian welch; treasurer,
Ml. .1. Trent; chaplain, Mrs li Hit it.
The neict meeting will be held Wednesday
nt the home of Mrs. Wlnship,
The members of the Mediodlst church
ate making arrangements to give a picnic
nt Fnlrmonnt tutik Mntulny.
Mrs. v. (). Miller will leave to-day for
East Lynne, Kns In visit friends and
relatives. She will be absent one month.
The members of the Itnptlst chuich
held a picnic nt Truost park yesterday.
Mls Clara ratterson returned to her
home at Newton, Kits,, yesterday, after
spending several days with Dr. Russell and
Mrs. Henry Troup Is visiting friends nt
Mls (irnce Ford, of Osage avenue, Is
J. II. Campbell Is entertaining hl daugh
ter, Miss Jessie Campbell, of Hiawatha,
I'. 11. Hlgglns and William Itambo were
arrested yesterdav morning for lighting.
Dr. Russell and family nro entertaining
Miss Knte Uallaghcr, of 1'nrsnns, Kas.
Mr and Mrs F, C. IMckett have gonn to
Hutchinson, Kits., to visit relatives.
.Michael liaohtleh, Who lives in "tne
patch," was arrested yesterday by oillcer
Meikmnn, charged with burglary, ilo is
charged with robbing Joseph Rodman, uf
Jiltnes street, nf !, and tho police charge
other crimes of the nature against him.
He will be irled on (he charge.
It. It. Dtiiilmr Will llegln I'rnceeillngs In
the United Mutes Court at i'npehn tn
Obtain Tide tn Argentine l.iiul.
R. R. Dunbar, who some time ago created
a stir among local property owners by
claiming to have secured an Indian title to
1515 acres of Argentine properly, Is ngnln
making nn effort to make good his claim.
Last evening (icoigo Washington, an In
dian of the Cherokee nation, arrived In the
city and. In company with liunbnr, will go
to Topck.a to-day to file a suit In the Vnltcd
States, circuit court to obtain title to the
land, which was Included In Dunbar's nl
Miss Ol&nnc Lucas has secured a position
with the Doggett Dry Goods Companv.
Mrs. C. W. Adamion will return In a
few dnys fiom Manltou, Col., where she
has been for several weeks.
The Argentine Social Club will give n ball
this evening In Turner hall, corner of Fifth
and State streets.
Yesterday the Kanta Fe employes re
ceived their monthly pay cheeks.
Miss Winnie Packard, of Kansas City,
.Mo., Is the guest of friends In thl citv.
The special meetings of the board of
education to consider the Second ISnptlst
church matter will bo held Monday even
ing. 1'rofessor S. M. Slmmon and wife have
gone to Spring Hill, Kas., to spend a week
Jii'tloe II. M. llorr went to Leavenworth
yesterday with the Forester's excursion.
Ira Cnsliner, who was accidentally shot
In the foot ree-ntly, Is still suffering much
from the wound. Rut a small portion of
the shot have been extracted.
The ladles' auxiliary to the Order of
Railway Conductors will give a social Sat
urday evening In the Urown-Reiohert build
ing on Strong avenue. Special music will
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
Rosodale by Eugene Miller, who will also
collect for the same at the reduced rate of
10 cents a week and make his collections
Miss -Maggie Dornn and her mother, res
idents of Kansas City. Kas., spent yester
dav with Mrs. W. I. Davis, of the West
The Missouri Valley Horticultural Soci
ety will meet at (he residence or (1, F.
Espcnlnub, near this city, on Saturday.
Raymond Russell, the 1-year-old son of
Frank Russell, fell off a bed at his home
and broke his arm yesterday.
The Ladles' Aid Society of (.he Baptist
church will meet at Mrs. William Hamp
ton's residence to-day at 2:30 p. m.
Miss Lee Hickman, of Loo's Summit,
Mo., Is spending a few days with Mrs
A special election Is called for August 21
at the council rooms for the purpose of
voting bonds to the amount of JJl.rK) to .at
Isfy a judgment against the city and to
purchase a site for a city hnll.
Thieves visited the stablo of .Mrs. nialv
Wednesday night nnd stole her horse and
harness. From there they went to Mi
Downlng's und stole his spring wagon. The
police have no clue as to who tho thieves
11. W. Rouse nnd wife, of Stanton, Ka.-..
are spending a few d.i.vs with relatives
The Junior League of the M. E. church
will give an Ico cream social to-night on
the church lawn.
The Republican Club held an election last
night in tho council rooms to elect dele
gates to the county convention Saturday.
Cumberland Presbyterian Assembly,
Warrensburtr, Mo., Aug. JS. (Special.) In
terest continues to Increase In the Cum
berland Presbyterian assembly. Ono-half
hour each morning is given to Y P. S. C,
E. work, Illble study by Rev. F. J. Tyler
and sermon building by J. M. Hubert, D.
D. Ihe afternoon Is occupied with the
missionary council, presided over by Ruv.
J. S. Laughlln, Mnny valuable sugges.
tlons were olfered to-day by Dr. h t
Phillips Captain It. E. Outhile, Rev!
-I homas Veniek. R i;. .Mitchell and Dr.
Dai by. who urged the necessity of a col
lege education befnrc ordaining. Dr. H II
Fullerton, of St. Louis. lectured upon
Cur Commonwealth." He confined his
talk to the Cumberland Presbyterians of
Missouri and their Sunday school work.
To-night it large audience gathered in tho
tabernacle to hear Colonel C'jpoland's
lecture on "Handsome Men."
Another Candidate fnr .Marshal,
Washington, Aug, .. (Hpecl.il.) R, a
Snt-cd, of Pauls Valley arrived to-day to
look ,after his chances for the appointment
of 1. tilted States marshal In tho Ardmorc
district. He vy-as nn applicant before, and
made n hard light, but was downed by the
Texas ciowir, which Is doing- all it can to
bring about tho appointment of Charles
Mowc. W. I. i:.-utniau, of Purcell. is
l.rULslllHT III.. nl'illn f,ttt Vi . ..I- . .
ii:i, i:(iit. I'M io iiitnviTiKs.
Washington, Aug. 1.". To-day's stnte
ment of tho condition of tho treasury
shows an available cash balance. IISl.C'l..
2-7; gold reserve, 10l,sn;,2S3.
St. Joseph. Mo., Aug. 15. -(Special.) W.
E. Woodruff, a well known resident, took
un overdose of laudanum to-day, ami died.
Hn, had been 111, und tho poison was taken
to inducu sleep,
Now York, Aug. I3.-Tho committee, of
sixteen of thn railroad presidents in tho
Trunk Line and Central Tralllo Associa
tion met hero to-day, 1'resldent ingalls,
of the Rig Four, presided, and Sir Charles
Rivers Wilson was one of those present,
St. Joseph, Mo Aug. l.". (Special.) Her
niun Keys, aged 22 nf this city, was killed
by a Hannibal fz St. Joseph freight train
ut Saxlon slutlon ubout noon to-day. Ho
was stealing a rldo on tho bumpers, vvhen
ho fell, nnd his body wus mangled In a
Washington, Aug, 15. Postmaster Gener
al Wilson has formally accepted the Invi
tation of the National Letter Curriers'
Union to be present at their convention at
Philadelphia next month. Ho will review
the parade and cull the convention to or
der, Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 15 A Pierre
special to the Journal tays: The supremo
court has granted a temporary writ of
habeas corpus In the case of W, W. T.iv
lor, and it has been served on the sherilf.
It is returnable In three days, when the
question of legality of the tivo years' ten
tence will be argued.
Denver, Col., Aug. 13. Tho Colorado u
mano Society, through Secretary Thom
son, has appealed to Governor Mclntyro
to issue a proclamation forbidding tho pro
posed Mexican bull light at Glllett. in Ihe
Cripple Creek district. Saturday, Septem
ber 21, It Is believed the governor will
exercise all the authority of his olllce,
even to the extent of calllnij out the troops,
U need toe, to prevent th fxtdblUan,
v..' " oo .,,,,, ,, ,,,,- inuve, us wen
as Charles Carter, of Anlmorc, nnd J.
Garland, of Chlcknsha, a relative of ex
Attonvcy Geneial Garland', of Arkansas.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
i-iiiHi' ANM'Ai. t'CM'DitA litis- or nn:
A.Ntili.M OHIILIt 01- I OUKSILHS.
t'niinty 1 reii liter llleiililey llerelies the
Main Solum! limit -Auilllier Demy Itsln
VMM the tity-Ml.iclhiin'iiiit anil
The two local courts of Ihc Ancient
Order nf I'oieslns nf America, Iclll"
forced by many vlsiilnit mrmhorn nf tho
order, who emtio on exclusion triiliu1,
took Leavenworth by utorm jenlpnlay,
the event bellii (he hnldlttR of their
Ih-flt nttiittal celebration nt Kixinmh'R
wik. The Itlrgptit deleiriiHrm entile front
Kiniti City, Knis., mi n Wyandotte &
N'nrthlvpKlern Mwrtii, nirlving nt the
Union ileil nt lt;;m a. in. They were
leeelved by locn.1 Fnrculers! ntlil the
,Mn Kent linlid, when n pi-occwHum wim
formed to pantile the luinelpnl street
of the city nhtl to go tn the park. Tho
entire pollop force headed Iho pro
cession, nnd the lire department, gully
dociii-nteil with bunting, was also In
line, Police Judge Aller nnd Chief of
Police Mndllsku nppenred at the head
of the column In n buggy, and the patrol
wagon, eohluliilng Commissioners Hunt,
llatiHSorinnn nnd ItlchardM, was also In
the prncesxlou. The hundreds of mem
bers of the order, carrying inniiy lings,
made a good display.
At the park, In the nfleninon, .Mr. J.
K. Culililson, nf Kansas City, Kas., wnn
the ptitielprtl speaker, and delivered imp
nf hi eloquent addresses. Speeches
were also tnnilo by Colonel 1). R. An
thony, James K. Legate und K. Jame
son. Al the pnrk Ihore wore nil kinds nt
games and amilseinonts, and the merri
ment was continued until n late hour
In the night. Kx-Senntnr John J. In
gnlls vvns expected (o be one of the
speakers, but a previous- engagement
prevented bin attendance.
Senator Lucloti linker departed yester
day morning for Southern Missouri on
a Hilling oNctirslon, or be, too, would
have boon one of the speakers.
The slate of the weather was hot nl
togother desirable, yet, notwithstanding
this drawback, the Foresters had a gala
day, nnd one thai will bo long remem
bered by nil tho partlelpnnts.
Another Heavy Itiiln.
At 1 o'clock yesterday morning this
vicinity was visited Willi another
downpour of ruin, nnd Three Mile crook,
near Urondwny, cnusivl great alarm to
property owners lu thnt vicinity. It
seems that the culvert nn Cherokee
street, near the Terminal depot, Is not
large enough to curry olf n large body
of water. Several suits aro now pending
ngnlnst the city for dnmngon on account
of this culvert, and a member of the city
council yesterday (old the Journal re
porter thnt the city would have to look
Into this matter, or else bo subjected to
endless litigation and possible, heavy
Inspecting the Monks.
Colonel Wlllotighby Newton, of the de
partment of Justice, is In Leavenworth
on a. tour of inspection, his business
being to look into the workings nf Iho
ofllees of the United States district at
torney. United States marshal and
clerk nf the United States courts. This
is the llrst visIL made to Leavenworth
since Dr. S. . Noely was appointed
United States marshal.
County Treasurer Rleuklcy yesterday
received from the utate treasurer
$.", IM.0I, being Leavenworth county's
seml-nnnual llvldend of tho school
funds for JSD3.
County Superintendent Kramer yester
day received from the state superintend
ent eighty copies nf the school laws for
ISO., which are for distribution in
I .en ven worth county.
The remains of W. IL Guiltier arrived
yesterday from Springfield, Mo., and the
funeral will tnku place from the family
residence, ill Miami street, nt 10
o'clock this morning. Rev. "W. .1.
Gillespie, of the Soldiers' home, will
olllclnte, and the interment will be at
John (lelss, the escaped convict from
the federal penitentiary, has not yet
been recaptured, although every effort
has been put forth to run tho fugitive
Mr. James G. Ilrewster. nf the Hush
Milling Company, returned home yester
day from a successful business trip
Ivx'ul coal miners will hold n meeting
nt the court house Sunday nfternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Judge David Martin, of the state su
preme bench, wns In Leavenworth yes
terday morning for n few- hours, en
route tn his home In Atchison.
In the police court yesterday morning
Judge Aller Imposed a line of 520 on
,T. West full, charged Willi severely
whipping n hack team belonging to
George M. Ctilly.
A snonkthlef entered the residence of
Mr. S. A. I.otd, on Ollvo street, yester
dav, nnd succeeded in gutting away
with a lady's gold watch, the family
being absent at the time.
Dennis Jones, elected Wednesday night
at Hutchinson to be grand commander
of the colored Masons of Kansas, Is n
detective on Leavenworth's police force,
nnd is one of the very best ollluers
drawing pay from the city.
Oscar Harris, who was elected gen
eralissimo, and Rube Smith, eminent
commander of the colored Knights
Templar, which body nlso met at
Hutchinson, are both city olllclals, Mr.
Harris being a member of the city
council, the first instance wheie n col
ored man ever held such nn olllce in
this city, nnd Smith being a member of
tho police force.
Truest I.. Miller. hn lumped nn WciIiick-
day lioin oillcer Ha, Hccaptiirid
nt Ills Home,
City Marshal Hulse nnd Policeman Allen
yesterday afternoon recaptured Ernest L.
Miller, an Incorrigible boy, who escaped
frlni Oillcer It. M. Ray Wednesday evening
nt tho Union ibpot. Yesterday morning
Marshal Hulse took into consideration tho
fact that young Miller would likely be In
hiding at Ids home, on tho Vulle place
After becoming reasonably sure that Miller
had arrived home, ho commenced search
of the premises. Young Miller was found
hiding In the loft of ,t smokehouse nnd at
the Hist sight of the olllcers made one
bound for the door and ran like a grey
hound. The threats of the ofllcers to sheet
had no effect on the llcclng vutith, but
only served lo hasten his gajt. Ills mother
cuiue out to watch tho chute, and as her
sun passed In-r she made an elfoit lo hold
him, He broke loose, however, und ran
Into the house, with Mnishal Hulse In
swift pursuit. After the olllcers had
grasped him llrmly young Miller yielded
and .submitted to being handcuffed. It
was soon ascertained that the wrist of the
boy was of such formation that a handcuff
could bo easily slipped off. He was then
secured with leg lions and turned over to
Claudo Johnson, the other boy who es
caped, was not In hiding with young Miller.
After walking out of tho depot .Miller
slipped bis handcuff and ufterwurds se
cured u Hie to release his companion, The
two boys were sentenced to tho reform
school by Judge Wofford some time ago
and the matter of their arrest was kept
oulet, Young Miller has respectable par
ents living In tills city and thought It
quite a joke to give tho oillcer tho slip.
Lone dark licnlc.
The anniversary of the battle of Lono
Jack will ha absolved to-day with the usual
big picnic und Jollllleatipn, A number of
Independence people will attend and help
swell the crowd, liovcrnor Stouo will not
bo there, but a, number of other speakers
will, and there will ho no dearth of states
men to talk to the people. This year the
steam nterry-go-iound will not be placed
In competition with the orators of the
day, for the reason that on occasions here
toforo the stcuui arrangement made more
noise than the orators.
Thq bis feature or the day. .will be, the
dinner for nl.hh Ihe people ef thnt see.
Hop of Jiukson county ale Justly famous.
A large number are etpeeted from Kaunas
City. Th, o it ly tnornfiisT train will con
vey tome nh .p.-itp (o go, to Lee' Sum
mit. Frmn that point It is n piensnnt
drive of deven mile to the grounds.
Claims lie Mas Sot Ouslril,
W. N. oi(hrm, Jr. whom the south
side Hlue township delegation l Mid to
limp deposed fiom the Democratic county
committee, i tusking n sttong tight to
relnln his position as committermnn. The
Indi'iiendonco Sentinel, which l it tt nntl
HioHti orjinn. published n -tihiinn article
yesterday I., tho rfToct thai Mr. Soirthem
win not ileiKv,, dlleged nnd gives In
terviews with right of the twelve dele
gntes lo ihe lontity convention, to show
thnt the ousting wn not legnl. According
to tho Inleniows, ir uliv vole vvns InkPti
111 the delegfitlnn to deirio Ihe South
side oommltleenmn, they did not know
funeral nf Mrs. I'. I', Miirlhthil.
The ftinernl of Mr. T. C. Mnrtlalid will
tnke place this morning at 10 o'clock from
the residence nf her rather, II. A. tliilln
her. on North Liberty iieel The funeral
service will be cniulucled by Rev. Alexan
der Procter, and die Interment will take
pluce nt the city cemetery.
Ola While, Oil Parker and II. G. lien
ley have entered for the bicycle race ut
Professor Welch, n member of the fac
ulty of Woodland college, arrived yestor
dny from his home at Curt huge, Mo. Pro
fessor Welch wilt nlso assist Rev. Pioctor
in ins pastoral duties.
A slerenptlcon eniertnlnincnt will take
place this evening at the Prosbvtotlan
chinch. The proceeds of the enteiliiln
inent are tn go Into a library fund for the
Mrs. Jacob I'lelcher, wim received a sun
stroke Wednesday evening, at her homo on
Commercial avenue, wns reported belter
William Whltson died vestorday morning
nt Iho homo of Chillies Lnvell, In Ihls clt
Tho deceased was a lesblent of Council
drove, Kas. The funeral will take place
at 2 o'clock (his afternoon from the resi
dence of Mr. Lnvell. on South Osage street.
Tin- Junior Society of the Hpworth
League, or the Maple Avenue M.K. church,
gave a social last night on the church
Mls Anne Wilson, who has been the
guest of friend and relatives at Pleas
ant Kill and llnrrbonvillo, nrrived home
Mrs Fred Ilnoon and children, nf Unite
illy, Mont., nie tho guenN of A. J. ltund
schue and family. South Miln stn-ot.
Charlie WhltRon, of Sodiilhi. and Frank
Whltson, of lllgglnmille. sin, nro in the
city. They were culled hero bv (ho death
of their brother, William Whltson.
Letters of administration were issued
yesterday on Iho estate of Martha A. Lut
trell and Samuel Luttrell, deceased.
Mrs. Jnmes Phelps loft yesterday for a
brier visit to her sister, .Mis. James Iteed,
at Knob Nosier, Mo.
Tho funeral of Oio O. llenn took place
yesterdav nfternoon nt 2 o'clock from the
Latter Day Saints' church. In this citv.
The remains were Interred In the citv
The Ladles' Aid Kocletv of the Itnptlst
church gave n unique entertainment las-t
night. It wns a "dollar" social, und ouch
contributor told In rhyme how the dollar
was earned. The money so contributed
wns placed In n church fund.
Tho Journal Is delivered tn nil p.irts nf
the oily for 1." cents per month. Subscrip
tions, advertisements or news items will
receive prompt attention bv leaving (he
same at the branch olllce, Chrlsmnn-Saw-ycr
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
KKOIlll'TS OF Ti:.AS CATTI.i: WILL HE
bMAl.l.KIC THAN IN 1HIM.
Orusi and Water Abundant and Corn In
lino Condition In tho Territory South
mid West nf Kansas City In
From nil accounts the cattle supply
from i'oxus this fall will run much
short of last yeur's. The home demand
for feeding there Is unprecedented, nnd
good prices are being paid for anything
that will do to feed. Woodson McCoy,
of McCoy Ht-os. ,t Hass, Is Just back
from Panhandle, Texas. He was
through lleiuphlll. Collingsworth. Whee
ler und Lipscomb counties. He says
grass Is line nnd cattle looking well,
but the supply Is short of last year.
The demand for feeding cattle Is ahead
of the supply. A number of buyers
were met there from Kansas, ami sonic
from Central Texas, looking for feeders,
nnd he thinks these home sales will
greatly cut short the supply of cattle
for shipment to market. Ho shipped up
1.100 steers from Collingsworth county
that will be fed In Kansas
F. V. Kwlng, Nevada, Mo., was here
yesterday after feeders.
L. F. Wilson, who ranches mar
Wichita Fulls. Tex., was at the vnrdi
yesterday. He says grass is curing
nicely and cuttle getting fat, but that
the number on the range Is ;:." per cent
short of last year. He has also just
returned from Sulphur and Slloam
Springs, Ark., and Is full of out bust. imii
about the fruit he saw (here And
around Hentonville the eountr is Inn-,
and that little town can boast nf one
of the best kept hotels in the West
A. Ron, Clinton county, Mo., was here
after feeders yesterday. He says cm
and grass are good nnd a good man-,
cnttlo will be wintered In bis counts
this nonsnn. Young hogs scarce
John Tessa, Johnson county, Kus, gut
feeders here yesterday. He sovs mrti
and grass are good tn his county, but
the number of cattle fed this winter will
be light, nnd farmers think stink cattle
James A. Powell, of Hates county,
Mo., wus heie yesterday with mules
He says corn In his county Is the finest
S. U. l.uwson, Lincoln, Kas , wns here
yesterday with cuttle. He says corn and
grass are tine In his county; stock hogs
short, nnd them will not he many
cattle fed this winter.
Isnne Hiirner, Atchison, Kas., came In
with hogs yesterday. He reports grass
und corn line, and says a good many
rattle will be fed In his county this win
ter; pigs, nn average.
S. Stern, Johnson county, Kus . vvns at
thn yards yesterday with cattle He
says grass and corn are tine; young
hogs In fair supply, nnd there will bo
a good many cattle fed this winter.
Illg Haiti at Lawrence, Kas.
Lawrence, Kas., Aug. II. (Special.) The
rainfall last night, which common- ed
soon after 10 o'clock, and Insled till near
ly morning, was the second largest there
has been in this part of Kansas In tho
last thirty years. The observations nt
Kansas university show that last night
there was n fall of 4.27 Inches, and, to
gether with that of yesterday forenoon,
made n total of 5.3S Inches The largest
single ralntall was August 12, l&ss, when
5.BS Indies or water fell. The rainfall last
night Hooded everything about town, und
did considerable damage to property In
washing out walks, culverts and other
Colored Ihiiitikts ut WeiiUvllle, Mo.
Wentzville. Mo.. Aug. 1.".. (Special ) The
colored Raptlsts of Missouri are holding
Hi. twenty-seventh unnual meeting of tlio
Union' Missionary Hait!st Association
here. Rev. J. A Wright, of Now Pales
tine, the moderator, colled the association
to order to-day. and Rev. S. Simpson, of
St. Louis, conducted the devotional ex
ercises, special organization for women
In connection with this association Is one
of the objects of the convention. The
olllcers elected for the ensuing year nrc;
C. W. Wiggins, Fulton, Mo,, moderator;
A. Yancey, vice moredatorj S, Slmptoiu.
St. Louis, treasurer: V. I. Jones, recording
secretary; H. A. Lucas, corresponding sec
ret a r
CRIMES AN CASUALTIES,
Cincinnati, Aug. 15 Tlmes.Star spe
cial from Delaware, O., says; Gem go Els.
nreo s nonie, one nine irom Lewis center,
was totally consumed by lire this morning.
Mrs. EUbice perlsiieu in tho flames.
Valnar.ilso. lnd. Aug. 13. To.dav. Will
Tratedas. 20 years old, and Lon Powers. 21,
became Involved In a dispute at s o'clock
this morning, and Powers killed Tratedas
by shooting him. Tialcdas wus a promi
nent young man,
Utieu, N. Y., Aug. 15. A temporary ele
vator, used in hoisting building material
on the Martin block, with l,2oO pounds of
stone, was raised seventy-live feet from
the ground to-day, when the rope broke,
causing it to fall to the bottom of the
cellar. Jeremiah Hess wus killed, and five
others were injured, two to builly they cun
AND ATTUACTIVK W0MK.V.
Their (Mod Looks .Vol n KccrcU
trtrnt. to or unt immm )
"No matter lo what country she belong',
or whether she ho lilark or white, as a
out.it) she disires tJ look will.
" TlT.UvA -j
Women know tho Influence of tirAtit?
m men; men r.ir, ly nilinlre a beautiful
Invalid, but they do ailmire a woman In
whom 11 blcinkil good features and per
There, M tin secret about a woman's
beauty; it all lies In the care alio devotes
to herself, lo removlnt; from her system
nil poisonous. Impurities, and keeping at
bay those fearful female diseases.
The ll.islilne eye, elastic step, and hrll
ll.ml complexion aro never compaiiiims
of ,i womb trouble; only the distressed
expression and aches, pains, blues, faint
liess, dl..luess, liearltlij-doMll feeling,
etc., keep It. company.
f.,V'f7ii K. l'inklnimi Vegetable ('onv
pound removes female troubles promptly,
and cleanse, Invigorate, and conse
quently beautifies, the form of woman.
Women, the world over, pay hom.ipe to
It, and praise Its discoverer. Your drug
gist sells moro uf it than all other fouulo
"lIMhriNO DISHASK-S WnAKHN WON DEI
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ixlly. Do not Allow thli wait of truly lo id alt a
you n poor, iliibby, lnni.ntt.ro man J lenltl., stri nsth
Bint vltror li for yon whether you ho rl li or poor.
Thpflrt'At Itu.lvnn h to ho hml only from the Hurl
pan MpiIIcaI Institute. Till wonderful illwovery
was mmlphy thpjMTl.ilItof thcolrtfrimnuslluil
Knn Mpillcal Itmtttutr. It h thoMroncet ntxl mnst
powerful vltall-t-r niiw!. Jt H ro powerful that It
liMinply onlcrful how harnilrssltl. Ymi ran
Kt tt from nowhere hut from the- HuiI-urn Meltcal
Institute. Write for clrculurH ami testimonials.
This extraordinary llejuvenator U tho moot
wonderful ell -wo very of tho nsre. It has hrpii p.
(I or mm I by tho Icailln; scientific men of JJurupc and
HirilYAX 1-1 purely vepctahlo.
IIUIVa.V Mops prematurenoM Of the !!
charRo In twenty iln . Curei J4ST MAYA
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nervoui tw ItrhttiK of the cyei and othpr part.
Strengthen:), Invigorate;, ami tones tho entlro
system. It Iinscl.enpa.inny othrr rpmrdy.
JIU11VAV ctlrpi debility-, ncrvo.ii.PW, emis
sions, uml develop and restore weak oran.
I'alnslnthP bark, Iosscr by day or nlcht stuppwd
quickly. Over -',000 private. Indorsements.
I'remntiirenesH means Impntency In the flut
ntne, U Is n symptom of si-inlnal weakm-n at-l
tiiirrennesi. It can he stopped In twpnty dm - h
thou? of Iludyan. Hudynu costs no moru 1....11
any other remedy
Send for rlrrulan rum trU!rnonlaK
TAIVn.11 lU.HMlIn.puro blood dm tn
Acr-lous private illinrderw carries myriads rf M-r"-productiiKKerm.
Then mini ssnr thpmt, pimples,
copper colored Fpoto, iiIimtb in mmith, ib t orrsnnd
filllnc hair. You ean nave a trip tn lint Sprlnc"
wrltlnn for 'Illood Hook' t tho oiil phyMclannof th
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TlINi'T. NUiHTl.V IlMlSSMNd.
I'AII.INO MH.MOItY, WAriTINU MS
HAS1JS and AI.I. i-lfccis of self-abuse
or excess and liuli&cretlon. winch un
llts one for inarriagH, business or
study. It not only ernes b sinking
al the feat of the disease, but It i a
great NKIIVB TnN'll' and IJI.OiiD
I'L'IUPIl'lt. It tilings back the I'INK
UI.UW TU l'AI.13 rilKl'.KS ant re
stores the FtltU Of ViHi'H Insist
nn your druggist ctvliip j"ii "DK
LAI'S" no oilier its erjual. as It is
prepared from the prestni Hon of Hit
DK LAI', the great J-'icii.-h physi
cian, who has had thirty years'
piuctlce. hospital and olli. .. In I'aria
on Nervous Diseases. Can be cnrrled
In vest po ket. Sent by mall (seuledi
postage paid, 11.00 jku kase. or SIX
I'AL-KAilllS KOH J..".). WITH A
WIHTTKN ni'AlUNTKR TO 1'OSI
TIVKI.V CUUB OU Itlil'UND TIUJ
l-'or sale by
JOHNSON BROS., Druggists,
1HI7 Main Street, - Kama Illy, Mn
CV El 111 I IO I'rtiuarjr secouJryorie,r
v-YrlllLId U-wy tiihllls Miiuaaciillr
VII IllklU cured In ii to WttiDB. Vou
cnli treated sthoniu tor lliukumurrU'ouuu'erjaao
uuuruuly. If jouprefirloceiuolicwwowllU'on
iracl to nay railroad luro and hotel t.llls, and no
cbaree.if irofult lotaiu. If joulimotaken uirrj
r... r i. i. ii.ii m. ..i.in.ir. lii'iimi i'uiii.
thul tvo uaui-nun-u lo cure. VVo fcollcll tlio niott,
uustlnule emmud cliallciiue Hie jiorld lor
i-tia iiiuuul cure. fcl'hlli hi ttlwajs
UallKU !ie ll.llloril.o mil. I ruilllrnt fti l
Kusranty. Al.iululo ,r,r. sunt seiiled on mill
cation. Adrtrvw I'Ortlt itllMllllY CO,, Ut7
U iln 'IVmnle. CIIMiAIIII. I I.I..
TIIK OIL THAT l.l'ltltlCATKS MO'
bl'11,1. SIAMll'.VtlTliltHl) l.y'
nav on nn.I
Hut, to buy tt-auJjresl, and the
STANDARD ''10-N'- Trustee.
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