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TJIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY SKPTKMTiEK 21, 190.1
MILTON MOORE APPOINTED.
omr.ttNnit musr i Mm Tin; iomi
!IM-I:tsi: IS K is t I1Y.
fomp of flip torn! ttoc nf tlio linn-
ocrnllr Parly ( Arll plriirel-
atiijor M.iil. mil Appoint Mr.
Ilurrl, r.illil)- lo-ilnr.
Rovernor Stone nptvolntml rlcnernl Mltton
Moore the Feroml nomocrallo member of
the election board jeslerdnv Jimt after
the new election law went Into effect a
month nifu he appointed II Olnj Arnold,
whose term of oillre nil ree-orebr of voters
Imd been nbollhed, n pre'ldent of thn
boird It now remain for Mnjor Davis
to appoint a Itepiibllcnti to complete the
boirJ h organization. This will probably
be done? to-dav.
The f election of Oenernl Moore wai a
surprise to !iearl ovcrjlwdy Inlercited In
the 'election of the recolul Uemoi ratio
lei tion com ml union or, hotvvltlutundliiK
the fiut that his tinme liml be n Incl lenlnl
Iv mentioned as a KMMdblc Mark lurne'
rliuitlil the covernor ibulle not to appoint
hiij or the several nvovved tanillilntcn ror
the olllic Oeneial Moored appolnttncnt,
while conceded to be n Rood one, does not
Jileae the boccn iui.1 liter of either of
the wnrrliiR Democratic ratlon They hail
men or their own ele. tlon nnd they oi-rl.
1 thcmelvm to their utmost to aecuro
their appoint mi nt.
It la iloiiblfnl ir the ihlet executive of a
Mate cer vvltlntnod urn li a lout; contlnuel
niul nervo-deilrovltiK plene upon the part
of K)lltlcan and would-be politician In
terested In the nlHtur or a simile low in lo
lled, oillce ns (lovcrnor Htoiie submitted t3
tdnce he llrst announced that he vn rendv
to hear from candidates for the vlictloti
coinmlsslonerhlp ami th Ir filemN. Uur
inif his liRt two vllti to Kuas Clt they
Invaded his rooms b el ly and nlKht They
cilne In couples. In four", In llvr, In tens
nnd In lntuer number-i. I'vcr one of tlu.n
tobl him about the tiouble In the p irly In
Janns Clt und nave him ndviec. He
listened to them nnd then returned to the
Flute capital. It was during his la-st Mslt
th.it they kiivo him a fair ample of tho
n the iJemocrncy of Kanms City does
business. The crowds In the hotel lobby
nnd In his rooms wero larger thnn during
bis former vIMt It was then that the
llrnwti and untl-Itrown trouble vv.m nt lo
lielKht. Ilrown was determined tint .ludfio
I'r.ink G. Johnson should be nnpolnted
election commissioner and rrcel W I'lem
lnpr should be Riven the appointment of
coil oil Inspector. The nntls were as fully
determined that neither Johnson nor riem.
Iiw should be appoint! d and thov besan a
iliroroiH scaich for candidates that would
be lllcelv to meet tho approval of the irov
ernor In tho couie of a few dajs t.everal
names weie mentioned for the election
commissions ship, anions them those of
(ieneril Moore. flunk H Deter. 1'ranl:
Rhlnnlck and Dr. II. V. llrndy List of
nil the name of .Ioeph P. ISuat was sub
mitted to the fiovemor.
It was announced on Tuesday that the
irovernor bad decided to appoint Mr. Itust,
upon the recommendation of Commissioner
J'ke. H Clnv Arnold JudRe John W.
"vVofford nnd others of his personal friends
!As soon as M irey K lliovvn. ehalrmun of
the Democratic county committee, heard of
the intention of the governor to appoint
Itust ho went to Jeffoi'-oti City. He re
mained there about tvventv-four hours,
during which time he bad a long interview
with his excellency. When he returned to
Knnsas f'ltv he Informed his friends that
Must would not be nnpolnted l'rank It.
Dexter. I'rcd V riemini? and II S Ju
lian were also in Jefferson Cltv nt tho
rame time Dexter went there In ills own
behalf nnd riemlmr and Jull in were there
In the Interest of !"Iemlnpr's enndldaej for
the coil oil inspectorship. Upon h's retutn
Dexter stited thnt the tUht had narrowed
down to between himself and Itust, nnd
that JudRo Johnson was out of tho ince.
Ho manv protests were made against the
Appointment of ltnt thnt the goverror
dropped him nnd then olTered the appolit
liient to II S Julian, who refused It be
muse he did not believe he could hoi 1 It
nnd be a member of the state legislature
nt the simo time.
fioner.il "Moore was not In the city jestcr
rlaj or Inst night It was said by some of
Ids fi lends that ho would not accept the
appointment Others said ho would Mom.
bers of the Ilrown faction doclaied tl at
they could not undeistand why the gov
ernor had selected Giivnl Moore "lie I"!
both .1 goldbug and a l'ranclslte," said one
leading I3rown man.
ir iwi.t. in: mi:. iiai:i;is.
IMajor I)ils ajs llo Will Appoint lllui
l . tion ('nmmlSHtoncr.
Miyor Davis received a call vestrrdav
from a number of friends of It. I! Mlddb
lirook, who wished to push the cl ilms of
Sir Mlddlebiook as the Uopubllciu ap
pointee foi elc tion eonunls-loner The
(Oinmlttee told Mr. D.ixls that its cainll
d.ite was Indorsed by almost the mtlio
nrt oiganlatlon of the district nnd tint
severil watd nicotians had bi en called for
list night to iudoiso his candld.ic
Tho committee also wished to nimn if the
m.ii or had made up his mind atout the
nppointment, as the wards would not wish
to hold niietlngs If the whole muter hail
been betilid beforehand.
Tho gentlemen w.ro tie.ited with extreme
onuite-v Aftci thov had finished tin Ir
pleas Mil) hi Davis Intormed them that the
ini-etliihH would bo unni cissai v , as In had
eilatd to appoint Joseph II. Ilairls to the
Mi Hauls has for jenrs been a resident
of the Sevinth waul and has alvvnvs In en
piomimnt in Itepubllcan polltlis He Is In
tin real estate business In the Nni .nrk
Life building. Tho olth e to which he will
In appointed pava a. -nl.iiy of J-.C 0 a year
Ho will seive four jews.
Kansas CItj-, Sept. 20, ISO".
To tho Ttepublic an Committees and All
nth. is liitenstid
1 hnvi hi on untitled by tho major that
be has dcildid to appoint Mi. J A Hauls
cleiiion i ommlsslonei ,Thls notice Isgivm
li) older to save jou the tiotlhln ot meeting
and inoe. idlng to the iii.ijoi'k oillce I mm
ini iliitcrenl vv.uds to havo a luarlug with
lilin as jou had uiiuugul to do, on the
urengtb ot bis lottt rs to Mr. Henry IIui
jies nnd -npilf
It will bo jour duty nnd mine to
nsslst Ml li.. ' .see to II that wu have
lull ebitions ) (
I thank evei tie i, .vm for tho confi
dence, blippo1 V' UllllllHSh whiih jou
bnve ho mi' .mi, ly manifested foi me
nnd I hope j lie 'jie to so ilepiat mjsell
ns In letaln join ispiet w lib li I valuo
hlghlj, as jou nil k ow Viiuis trulv.
It. i MIDDUIimuOK.
rAltClU. I'DSI sVsllI'M.
Minn Ilelng tlmln to I'Hlalilliib It ll.it wi in
I Ids tiuintrj nnd lug) mil,
ltlltMl A'lco Consul I'hlllp i:, Itiil rough
Js preparing data on postal rates In this
rouuirj" on mailable, nitlclt, and exprii-s
rates on articles rent to Uioat llrltuiu,
with the Intention of MihmttlliiK a uport
to tl. Wintltturi, thi Htltlsh imihiil
nt (.'hKJgn, earlj In Oetobii. .Ml. 'an-t-ittntt
will eventuallj submit the lepotl
to Mr Jul! in i'.illi iclole, thu Jilttlsh uui
lia'' adnr at Washington.
.Mr lliu rough's wurk Is part of a move
to oouili the- istablUhuieut of a parcel
iou bjBtcm between this enuntrj and
J:nirland. I'ostm iter (luiiurnl WiUon has
lectillly bpbkin of the gleat need of such
ii system, In an InteivKw, and the lliltlsh
on-iUl In this count!) mo Ixglnullig to
look tho matter up. Tho sjwteni exists
boin.i-u iiic.it ililialu and mobt of the
tiiuntlbs of Hmopu, but not between 10 u
j,:and and the I'ntttd htutt.
It H In upeiition, ulfcii, between England
nnd her poM-eesiuns ill over the world,
ir lud.ng Canada, The f.ii t that no hkIi
pjstcm obtains between tliu I'nited .States
and lltv.it lliltain woiks cotifcldeiable
tiHiiUlilp .Munj urtltks which are dutia
ble in Kugl.uul cannot bo mu then from
litu b mill, but must bo tent bj ex
iiiebr The icsult la heavy thargis m
lOtmiai-atlvely cluap arti, les The parcel
jioki bjBtun in oxUttiice between Kngland
unit ike Continent not onlj reduics the
tl irges to a nilnlniuin, but furnishes the
govumiuents whlili uro under It lugo
jcvenue. Tho sjtem Is minh llko the in
ternational mono older sjatem. lnms
iibtalnable at ail) iostolll o III the caun
trj Jie HT'd out bj the Benders, and serve
to exi lain the contents of tho parcels. On
the arrival of the paieels the contents uie
noted and the duties, assessed und col
It j w mmmitr
3w m -trtttt J
HAS NO EQUAL
itnnifM lltrtley Indus (In ihnt nt ilnnir
llnlrlrh Mhllr In n Deep sleep I'nl
t nder AtrcKt.
James Itnrtley will be ttlien nn orpot'
lirtillj In tnlepndeliie this week of. ex
plalnltiK to A Jude ar 1 Jurj thnt he Is it
somnambulist of er il-nnenni! propen
sities llnrtley was nrresteil jeslerdnj by
I'olli email Cnfrlntrton- on complaint nf
James llodrlck, who chtrgM him with
lletlrlek came to town sesterdty nnd re.
Hted this story to Ut police: t'nllt recently
ho hn ownett nnd comlncted n dairy nenr
the HIr nine, lie sold II to the father nnd
cousin of J nines llnrtlev llnrtley and
lledrlrk slept In the ntno room on tho
dnlrj firm, and roently the) iiunmled
about a joung hulv whose horns I not fir
distant from tho dilrj About 11 o'clock
Thursday liiwht Hedrlck savs he was
nwaketusl by hearing Hartley moving
stenllhll.v about the twin. He raled up In
bsl, and ns Iip did so a bullet from n pistol
In the hands or Hurtle) whlZK'd by his
head Hcdrl.k snys he leapml from the lied
and ran Into an adjoining room Just a a
second bullet Hew past his head He did
not rt-tttrn lt his room Thursday nlcitl, nnd
jesterdny tnnrnliiK Hartley met him, he
cnv. nnd claimed that his actions the night
before were the result ot a somnambulistic
freak Hislrl k did not like this explana
tion, nnd went to Independence and swore
out a warrant for llnrtley n arrest for
Monlons assault. He brought the warrant
here nnd gnvo It to the police, who placed
llnrtlev under nrrcsl whllo he was deliver
ing milk In the cwstorn part of the iltv
Hartley no takm to Independence list
n sht nnd loi-ked up 111 Jail there.
BETTER FIRE PROTECTION.
Ilmiril of t'ublle Works Orders l.nrge Wnti r
Mains I'm In i'l Kiinsns llnst-
At the meeting ot the board of public
works jesterdny morning there was a point
deilded thnt will undoubtedly have nn Im
mediate effect upon Insurance rites In the
wholesale districts of tho West bottoms
The board authorized tho removal ot many
of tho small water mains In thnt section
of tho cltJ, nnd In their stead will be sub
stituted pipes large enough to answer anj
ex tl aoi dlniiry de mands.
Chief Hnglneer Cameron produced n
chart which showed that where, In innnj
eases, slx-lncli ltnlns v.tio In use, tluse
would, after i mining a short distance, bo
reduced to n foui-lnch, ntid then wind tin
with a "dead i nil " These "dead ends'
will bo entirely done nwaj with, this do
ing much to Increase the pressure.
Hesldes this, tho board authorl7eil the
placing of ivventj' ni w hj'diants In this
samo district. Thte hydrants will tie con
nected with the lnige new mnins Insttud
of the four, .six nnd eight-Inch pipes, as at
present. Tho water tit pnilmeut was au
thorized to buy two largo mules and a
The bintd derided that It would not tnko
up the matter of compelling the Metropoli
tan Cable Compan) to pave between Its
tracks on Tioost nvetiuo until Walton
Holmes returns to tho city nnd Is given
a healing before the board
The boaid's routine business consisted
chlotl)' in recommending Hist and second
ch'S sidewalks In various portions of the
TRAMPS BREAK CAMP.
Dotoctlves Mnkn a Itnld on 1 liem inil Dis
turb lliu (Jiilct Life '1 hoy Havo
Hi en 1. railing.
Tor some time the leMdcnts In the Hast
bottoms h.u e ben c mipbilnlng to tho poll, e
about tho dopteditlons of n bind of tramps
thnt his established headquirter not far
fiom tho pest house on the Missouri rlvir
bank. Yesterdaj- the Inspector of de
tectives deeldLd to break up the gang and
a squad of detectives was detailed to visit
the tiamps and (,lve them orders to move
on Dolei lives O Hare, Haplln, S atllan,
II.iye, Hooher and Shelbv went to their
rendezvous and loiind nbout lift) nf the
gentij llv.ng in lino stjle on the fat of the
land The tl imps had lltted up ovens In
tho river bank and lived and lept in im
provised houses The detectives gave them
Olders to bie.ik camp at once and to not
come near Kansas Cltv under nenaltj of
being ent to the woikhoiisc. The ovens
and the sleeping pi lees of the vagrants
weie destioved and c imp was Immediately
broken up '1 In- me n decamped foi the
noi th, east, west niul south.
sr.uvi.Mj ins Hiii.'i siimiim'i:.
A C.irtor etiiiitarllj does to Jail for I le
A. Carter was committed to Jail j-ester-d
iv on a five eltjs' sentence bj Justlie
Wulls, the specific chat go being a dlstuib
nuee of tho peace A simple statement ot
tills kind would not exi Ito attention wero
It not for the fact thnt, in solving the
sentence, Mi Cutter vei) unselllshlj. pei
form. a function that was administered
upon his wife by lustice alls jcsteiduj.
.Mrs Cirtei whose llrst n.tino Is Annie,
h-id been tiled und convicted jesteidiy
biloic lustice Walls loi illstiiiblug the
peaeo of ills Hnttle Coitis, a woman
sharing tin same lioiibu with tho Ciuters
at luJ'j l'aellle avinue The Judgiueut of
the miit was 51 and costs, amounting to
.il, In reilltj a sm ill loitune to the ejes
of the C.ntei fatnllj The) could not ralso
so much inni ej-, mid said tluv ilislusl to
npiii.il he east Iliiiluie nuothci obstacle
aiose It would bo Impossible foi them to
exi cute an appeal bond, and at the sug
gestion of thn court a senteneo nf llvo d ivs
was pronounced Mrs. faitet has a child
of ti udri J i .lis at lioine, and she asked the
couit to be allowed to take It to Jail with
her In tilling hoi such at range mints
would be impossible. Justice Walls added
"I'll tell jou whit I'll "lo. Mis. Cartel If
)0U aie so In in e d of a sight of join son,
I will pin mil vou to go homo end see him,
but jou must In bin k Into light
after dinner, read) and willing to like up
jinn bomence ot live d.ijs In the count)
jail " "All light Judge," said the woman,
and she limited uwiij to the west
A few minutes altn i o'e loi k as Justice
Walls was talking to a filelid ill Ills otllee,
a man euteml the f jut doeu nnd intro
duced blinsilf as Alono Caitii, the hus
band of Annie Cut. i He took unni and
nsked about tho bulge's In altli At length
he aski d abour the senleltii- pissed upon
bis wife In the nioining. nnd wanted to
know II lie could seive it foi her, sivlng
Hint Him w is half hie K ami unable to .In it
luisilf As the ceinimltiiie nt hid been
in uie- out tor "A Cm In," Justlio Walls
Flgnllled bis willingness to in iiilo-co in tho
matter, niul gave Hi. commitment to Mr
Caller, tellln,' bun lo go to the Jail and
give himself up. 'ibis he did, nnd was a
tew loemieuts later assigned to a cedl In
tho Jail .
sioitviiMi or v iiivsiuiit(i,
Iholiriind pecliielo Hint Will Ho AMt
ni . nt ill I. -epilation link.
Hv erj thing Is in iindliiess to begin work
upon the rmmewoik tor tho giiiud pjro
mllltaij dlspl.ij ot the "stoiming of Vleks
buig." to bo given ten nights, routine. ile
lng Mondaj night, Septcnibei .W, t Imposi
tion park, (liuunil will bo broke .Momlay
moinlng for tin basin of the 1 b, whleli
is In bo !K0 feet long und seventy llvo feet
wide. Woik upon tho iltesulng r mis has
alieudj begun, anil tho lumber foi the
hpcitnelu pioper Is being h lulcd iun tho
ground. It Is expected that ,( leet of
lumber will bo use I
W H Ciavetis, miinager of tho iiftiili',
uiilved In town jisteril.ij nioining. Then.
. t.i. i.i... ee r t iseti.io .ti . liii.e
Cilllio Willi nun ... .' .."........., ......
pjiotechiilst, W. A. rieie-i', btaijO nMiiarfui,
mid John Mas, master liuehuuic The ill
tiro p.uty vlbftc'l tho link jesleiilaj nioin-
.. ....., i ....I iliu illil, ,, lit ttnltitu In,
lllg illie (i,e-.eev. mu uts,....v 'U.... .-.
AMU llo Irli'il for An.iinlt.
Warrants havo been Issuwl from the po
lice, court foi the unest of John Akers,
tlnj lord Snickers .iiwl John Doe, on com
pialnt of tho niuther of William Cievlston,
of No 3111 Hast lllghte-ciith stieet, for
assault niwi batterj-. Mis, Crevlston and
'her son live ubovo a groo-ij store niul
tl.u grocer had uinplojul lli.im C'rovls
ton to watch tho thteo bd k for whoso
arrtst w.iu.iuts havo been I Miesl, to mo
that they did not tnku ml ntagu of his
back being tumtel and helii themselves to
the frutt illtplnjud in front of hU jdaco
of business, Tuesday night the three bojs
met the Crevlston boy at Hlghteenth and
jvgiies and prcveeeilwl to bc-.tt him uiimei
pifull). Their coics will be calbsi to-duy
I.. police) court.
In t lurgei of Hcl itlvea.
Nicholas) Johnson, son-In-lavv of M"rs.
Uebert Wtibhlngton, the aged vvonun who
leaped from a Missouri 1'ueiUc ptsstnger
tialn between here and St. Louis, Mo.,
while buttering front dementia, uulve-d in
Kansas Cltj jiisieniay aftnuoon. from
Spring Hilt, Kas., and took Mis. Washing
ton in chaige. binning with her last night
for hH homo lit Kansas, Mrs. Washington
Uvea In Harper's Terry, Va and she.
stalled 'West to visit her daughter in
Kunsas two wi-eks ago, but her mind be
came affected after she had started and
she believed' that her daughter wu-s dead.
-Sim wanted to go back to Virginia, and
wher tho train; crew would not turn the
truiu back she leaped from Uie cars.
Titr. ot;.Mi oitti.'s l.iti: i.nti: a
U Course Obstructed liy Many Obstacles.
Sumo lliuely SnggesttoiK Itrgnrillne n
"tlrnoks mike rlVcrK, rivers run lo sens,"
sIiirs the ixiet Drydetl In his Worship ot
Aes. iilnplus, the tlrnt known phjslelnn. The
poet little thought ns he penned his verse
In praise ot the undent prnctlttonrr, hinv
nptl) his beautiful lino would apply In the
life of a woman. Tho chattering brook ns
It Hows lo inerse Itself In tho 1 truer stream
represents the cureless, unthinking Juutig
girl. The wild nnd turbulent slresitn,
sometimes Mowing smoothly, then
dashing over rooks nnd down In
to tinbrokll depths, nt list be
comltiK a mighty liver, bearing ships upon
Its bosom, Is tho woman with her broaden
ing and deepening possibilities,
Hut how m in) girls
"Standing with reluctant feet
Whero tho brook utid river meet
Womanhood ami childhood Meet, '
nre at this time ot their lives tho objects
ot great solicitude to their parents The
joung girl Is sad, does not like compan)',
has palpitation ot tho hevirt lifter slight ex
ortlon, dj'spepsli, constipation, pilns In the
bend and limbs and along the spine, and
her face Is pale with n. greenl'h tinge'. She
Is the victim of sreeti sickness. This is n
case In which the nervous system Is mi
pilled and the blood Is Impoverished. A
good tonic Is needed to bring her b ick to
health and strength, nnd pirenls should
be enreftil to choose the- bent reined Here
Is what Mrs Homer I.ard, ot 211 Allen St.,
Springfield, Mass, sedected for her 17-) ear
old diughter Mary, with an nreotitit of its
Mrs I,ird sajs "About two jenrs ngo
my daughter became so nervous that I hid
to take her out of school. Her condition
caused grave apprehension. She lost In
llesn; was possessed with a nervous thirst
and clutched ewer) thing on which she I ild
her hands with the gilp ot a person In tho
throes of death Worse thin all, she was
not only un ible to slec p herself, but h' r rcst
lessness would keep tho other members ot
our family awake. She grew worse rapld
Iv, and wo lln lllv went to a phjslelnn, but
the remedies he prescribed did her no good;
on thn contrarj, Mary U.ought they nuiilo
"The old saying of a 'drowning mnn
clutching nt a straw' came to our minds,
and remeinberltig that I had lead of some
wondiiful cures mule by Dr. Ureeno's Ner
vura blood and nerve lomedy, 1 decided to
trj It. 1 must say that tho e fleet was mag
ical, and results wero nppireut after the
first bottle hid been pirtlj used. Mj
daughter slept that night for the Hist thno
In months, and jou can believe tint to us
It was like a ray of sunshine from n cloudy
sk) Her condition improved steadll) und
she was nble to resume her .studies
"I'iano practice foimcrly hud a iieeullnily
bad effect iiimiii her. but she now priotlcos
regtilarl) without lie outing nervous Two
vears ago we ft ired that Mar had leached
her growth, but since taking Dr. Ore one's
Nf I villa her tienousiiess Ins been so
gii'atlv dispelled that sho has grown con
sidei ibl) and reg lined the tiesli she had
It Is wonderful what benefit this oung
glil derived In s0 rhort a time irom Dr
til e ones Ne.iv lira, the grt.it blood and
nerve lemi'd) If ou have a daughter who
Is suffering in such n niauuei, can jou
doubt tint this grand medicine Is Just what
sho needs'' Vein can make no mistake in
giving her this greit blood und nerve' re ni
cely, for It is the dlscoverv of
a noted and experletued phjsiclin,
Dr (Jr. elie. of .Ti West ltth street, New
Voikcltv He not only posltlvelv promises
a good ellei i liom the medli ine, but allows
nil who wish to consult bini free ot ih.iigi',
clthei person lllv or bv letter, so thnt In
using his lemelv jou make him vour pli)
siilin and receive tho benefit of his gieat
SUM, DOINC JIUnIM.iS.
Cvleleiiio 1 li it Hie Cling nf 'lhliies IIus
ot He e n Itroke u t p.
The home of O If Tiottir, nt No. 17"3
Mc(!ee street, win broken Into bv a thief
Tlimsd.iv night, who stole a diamond ling
engiaved "D. I) J. to l.ue y, ' one bab)'s
gold ring, a in ail set ring, a p.ili of cuff
buttons, tin ee shirt studs a pilr of sliver
plate'd opera glasses ami a pair ot gold
plated opei.t glassis.
The C.illfornl i Wine Compan), whoso
p ice of business is at the cornet of Sixth
and Deliwaio .stieets, lepoitcil to the po
lice Jtsteidaj that a bold lasoal entered
theli stole e irlj jestetdaj moinlng and
tried to rob the mom ) diawei. Hi. was
ilcteiti'd and lied down the street nnd
esnpeel lie Is dose rib d as being atout
.10 jeais old, llvo feet seven Ine hi s lull,
weighs Hi) pounds and lias a sin ill bl.uk
A ("lieful robber inv nUd tho home of
Mis, Klnnear, No KM I! Hi fontalne, Thurs
dav night and stole JlOn"
Charles Ji wett's cow, ot No i!2J Locust
stieet, was stolen Thursday night.
Kl.CI.IV Lit VUl.sll.N's KKIIAINs.
Met III lllii It) li) a Di'legitloii 1 rum
'lope k I.
Tho bod) of Joseph C Wilson, late iccelv
ei ot tho Atihlson, Topek i ., S tut.i I'e
railroad, who died suddi nlj In New "iork
Tuisd.i), aiiived at tlie I'nlon elepot In a
spec li ear on tho Santa IV at I J" o den k
jfstt relit), In chaige of W. . I'helps, sis -letarj
oi the Into loci her. (leorge llagin
bin h, local agent for tho Siuta 1'e, met tho
bod) on its arrival lute It was taken
on to Topekn, IC.is , at 1 M u'elm k, wlui.
Hie fuiier.il will be held from the faiull)
1 1 side me Suuilii), nt HI o'eloi k A dele
gitlon of tailrnid nlllrlals and business
men tlom Ti'P' la .lei oiupanled tho bod) to
'lupeku from this cit).
1 liii'd lor Care le se llrliiiig
One night list Juno the wife ot loseph
Slaee), who Is a. e le i k In Judge IKiid's
couit, took her little il.umhtet for a buggi
ride in the east part of tho eltj. On Ninth
street not fat from llighlaml avenue .Mrs.
Slucc)'s buggj collided with an ixptess
wagon drlvdi bj Iirl I'utls, a grocei's
deik, lltul Mis Staef) and her e hlld weie
thiervvn from the, carriage' to tho ground.
i.Mrs htiue) cseane'd serious Injuij, but
her eliiiit was badly hurt. It was claimed
t tho time of tho aecidont that Tolls
was driving le-oUessl) along the strcei,
anil he was an sled, but for some lensou
tho case against him was iie'Vei called In
tho polhc taint until je'slerdaj. I'otls
Ideadtd not guilt), but tho evidence
shi'Weel thai ho was e'litltelj at fault, and
Judge Jones lined him -'J. Tho easo was
uppealed to the criminal court.
Olio lllto .Not siilllili n,
Allan C'oonei, son of n widow, whose
homo Is at No. 30! West Seventeenth bluet,
was pastilng l-l We'Jit SiMellth bll.il
ThuidJJ night, when a elog tan out of tho
jiud and bit him tev(iil) ill Hie left hg
Dr McDouatil was called and ill esse d the
boj's injuries. Ve-sleiila) ,Mis. Cuopei
c.illeil on tho eleik ot the police couit
and asked to have i warrant lsuel foi
the airest of the uwiiiis of tho dog, as
sho wished to havo the animal killed, as
she believed it to bo a m. naco to the
in Ighbot hood. The. iie'iiesl was refuged,
the Llirk holding tint tlui biiing of her
child oueo was not biilllcleiit evidence to
convltico tho court, that tho dot,- was
Tel l'rnl) Again Armed el,
IMvvard rroibj. tho redoubtable emploj.
nieiu ugeut on Slain street, was uiresttd
lain Thuisday ni0lit on a warrant from
Justice Kiueger'b eouil, chuiging him with
obtaining ti from Glenn Wrifeht by means
of false pietenses. He was urrulgned )es-tei-ilaj
befoie. Justice Walls and e-io 200
ball lor his appearance September -'7. In
thu complaint against TroUy, the charge
is made that under promise of obtaining
emplojment, Wright was iniuV to put up
the mono. He icturned to iiol1-), to he
claims, and Hie latter, Instead of repajing
tho money, pioiuptij assisted Mr. Wright
to the door nt tho head of the staircase.
THE CIRCUS HORSES.
Mailnin Mnrmitetto mill Iter I'amniis step
pers nud .lumpers nt I alrmoiiut Turk lie
eliiyand lii-morrow- llie tinia lliind.
rnlrmotinl )Mrl Is offerb g one of the best
rtitcrl-ilmnehts ot tie -e eein for lo-dav
ind to-htorrow. having added Miblamo
Marniilfllo and her siting of line riding
and Jumping horses to tin tvvu dully ion.
certs given by the lovv.i Imtid.
Mndatno Mnrnntcllc a ri -cligigetneut Is
sure to give much pleasure to nil the pco
plo whet bnel nn npimrtunlty In see In r
lino tnhlhltlous of fnncv tl ling and Jumping
with her well trained lint is at the rei elil
fancy horse show, nnd Me Is sure to tie
warm!) gteeted b) all lit r old admirers ns
well as make manv new ran mining thoso
who have not hail the pie isure of soing
her before Tho exhibitions will lie fri e to
all, and will be given on tho traik In front
of the gi ind stand nt th- Albb'tl i lull
grounds, SiituM-tv and c'undv. S. pti mtn r
-'I nn I :i at I o'clock III the attilnoon and
at S o'clock In the evening
Maibime .Mariititette Is olio of the most
skillful mid d.lrlns ride rs In tbe worl I S'm
w is broiiKht up on a rami in Ml. higm an l,
having been aci utotnesl to horses all her
life, beesitne viry fearless In the tiuniait
metit or them, The) s-em to thoioiii lily
understand her, nnd she- epitaln!) in I r
stands their mil ore. stuilyuiir their l.lc s
mid dislikes, and neViT making them lo
linjthlng ex. ejil they del It Wllllngl) She
has a sjsletn of trnlnlntr of her own will h
she follows in her troiilin lit of her lior is,
nnd Its results nro ceitalnly verj sail
Th performnnco of the rrnv horse, live r
green, who has more fnni v gvilts than mv
other horo In the country, will In rspi -chilly
rcme'tnbori'il with pleasure: uNo thn
high Jumping of I'lleinnlc r, who be irs tin
world's reio-d of seven feet und four in I
one-linir lm In... In million to these hor e
she will bnvo with her her trbk and h ill
Jumping ponies, Jupiter, rashlon, 'lip-lop
The Iowa band Will give two more of Its
splendid conci'rts to-lav both iftir
noon nnd evening and to-mortvw, nnd to
Ri'thrt with Madame Mininl'tti. Hi's
should prove one of tho best eittrn Ilms
the park has onvrod this umnier In a I
dlllon. the on he'strn of tbe- bind fifteen
p!e"os, with hntp nicompntiliuent will pi iv
during the suior hour at the cafe this ev
ening. RESIDENCES BURNED.
lliri'K llolldbigs He si reef eel und I brie Oth
ers I iiiiiil! it h) lire Inrly eler
Three houses In the vicinity ot Holmes
street unit Knickerbocker nv. nuo were b
stro)e:d by lire jewtereliy morning, us was
reported in yestonln)'s Jottrnnl, and throo
other houses weru damaged. The lite- orl,
lnateel nt .30 o'clock In the two ste.r
frame re-ldenco nt No. 3.V. Ilollurs sir. . t,
vvldih wus occupied b.v II. 11, Idniim-r.
a Journnl slircot)per, and IiIb inothei-in-Iaw,
.Mrs Ileauchamix The lire spun I
rapidly, and In a few minutes th hem e
was a total loss The hoao belonged to
I, T. Smiths iTttate , nnd was Injured Tor
$1 foo, which will fnllv .mil the loss Mrs
Uenuo'huump's nnd .Mr Milliliters furnl
tuie was Insured for il.ftm
The lite hpiemi to nilgliboiing buildings,
and by tin- time the Hie department ar
rives! the homes? of 'A, II Itodgeis und J.
rainier, at 2J70 Holmes, Davlel Crawford,
nt S.' Holmes: llti.rj Sunimervllle, nt
3JV. IInlm.s, S T .Ichnson at .l.'i.l Holmes,
and August Kerbs, nt l.'l Holmes street,
we'le nbl i.'o. The bull lings at 3JG0 un I
"CM Holmes street Were inn ued to the)
ground. The fotnier, owned ) laicltnla
11 I'lke, was valued at $1 "ji. mid insured
for Jl.i.w The loss on the contents was f ),
with no Iiisurnnci'. The house at No. S-t.1
Holnies street Was a pint ot 1, T. SnilHi'ri
e-.tato It was valued tit SI W0, nnd fully
Insured. The cimtetits, belonging to S T.
Johnsoir, weie vnluwl at Hut!, with no In
The building nt .1.70 Ilolmci stieet, be
longing to the) Smith e tate, sustained
damage amounting to Jim, covered bv
Insurance 1 ho contents. owr.fM b) A. II
Itodgeis nnd -Mr. l'.ilmer, weire eltinwigid
to the extent of $25, with no Insurain e
Divid Ct.iwforel's home at No "XH
Holnus street, owneel bj the? Western In
vestment Company, was fullv Insured, an 1
th" e image Is es'tlmateil at $250 The con
te'l Is were' dllllllgcd lo tiler CXtCntlOf 1U,
with no insurance
'I he il.urvngi at ".'.'f; Holmes street was
"A tepnllv divided be'tween tho building
and ii mints, lioth of vvhnh were Insured
The building Is owned bv Homer Iteed, and
oeeiipleel b) He til J huiiunvr, ille.
Kiiisis ( llj 'lermliiil anil Construe thin
Couiptil) Iue reuses Its I apltal Stne k
After nenrlv every one hid left the court
houso yestinliy un attorney win tcpre-
sents Theodoio C Eatis In mill) ot his
transactions slipped quietly Into the r -
corder's otllcu and tiled a doruinent vvhlih
will Incieiiso the cnpltil slock of the Kan
sas Cit) Ti'iininal Construction Company
from F'i.u.J to !(mi,i. Aft r this In I
been done tho attorney drew from un In
side pocket a number (If (bids to Noith
end propi it), Ij Ing along the river front,
between llrand and Troost avenues The
eli e ds vvelo to land piiiehnsed bv Theodore
liitfa from Won. I llros. for a consldei
atlon or $1iO0tX, mil the title to the prop
el t) was iiiinijnl to Stephen Sulisbur),
ItltAKCs 1)11) MU' WllltlC.
A pelnl 1 r lln Itiuis OIT tho Tiaik at thn
Union lit pot,
A speclil train with tho "Slnbul' Ilc
travagma Compan) on bonnl pulled inti
tho Union depot nt 0 2il o'clock yesterdnv
morning over the Wab ish inllro.nl The
regular Wabash passengi r was standing
In the j irds and tho extra ran elown on u
shoit cut-off trnek next to the biggage
room. The engineer ippllnl the ar bmkis
but thej re fuse el to woik and the pilot
struck the uhiitiniiir at the end of tin
triu It, tearing It loose niul smashing It
into spllilleis. 'I be engine ran onto tho
platform niul stopped wllhln ten feet ot the
b ii,gngo room
To keep teeth lie. -lily nnd sound,
I'm- wl.o)i)XT all thu )enr round.
And should a elealer proller,
Willi li smile, soiili Slllistitutc,
Minus pin It) oi 1 1 pule,
Itcject bis humbugging offer,
Spe i i illsls,
I'atlents entering Dr. Coo's Sinltarlum
me el.issiiled in i Hiding to the) natllle of thu
case, ami each Is issigned to the earo nf a
specialist In that paitlcuUr disease Tho
spuiillsts aio selei t d for their skill nud
piulh leiuy in their sp,.(.,ii Hues, and un
del their watehfiil iitro the pal b nt may
ill pond that nothing will be oveiionkul or
b'lt undone tei effeet a speed) and pn
m inent cine.
Trained nurses. Nothltu: aids tho phy
sliian. siirgism .unl pitlent inori' than piup
ei musing, and it is i put ot the hum ml
tarlau principle of this establlslimi lit lo
emplo) iiiu.fs whose cheerfulinsj, ten.loi
uiss and skill will i oiiiineud them nt once
to those pi iced imdi r their can', and nld
male i kill) In th1- pii'Me-ss tow. uds good re
sults. Illrlbs lti'ieitril.
The following births wero reported to
the boanl or health jesterdity;
ItOKers, Charles D nnd Susie; 70S Host
Tenth street, Sepumbei 17, boy.
tlrah.im. I'lfiuk and Antilo; 510 Ileimont
avinue; Sepie nihil Hi glil
Stewiitt. H I' and Minnie; 7C7 Olive
stieet, Sept, mbcr 11. boy.
Hill, llovvaid and i.llllc J; 710 Cjpress
avenue, September 1 ', gill
.Man In. W It and M II.: 167". Madison
avenue; Sopte nib i 17; two bo)s,
Tusk, W H nnd Mni) .M.j 3.'3 Olive
street, Septeinbei 17, kill.
Lewis. A M and J JI , 1 I.) dla avinue,
September is. bo),
Vlnrtiigo F.li eime Insucel,
Tho following couples wore licensed to
wed by tho county lecorder jesterdny;
Name . . , Age
Albert It. Itoss, Mjiilldotto coiintj. Kns. 21
Hutlle W Nnsli, Vj.indotto county, Kus .
John C.lllespli'. Cltctivllle, Mo., ,.
Itosa Apple gate, Nlusguvv, 111 sj
William 11 .Moore, Jackson county, Mo,,.!
Mm) C, Itose, Jackson count, Mo,,, ii
Henry M. Hilie, Odessa. Mo ,,,,,..21
Carrie D. Helm, Lexington, Mo,, u
lie itli Ite'ported,
Hut ono death wus reported to the board
of bi'ilth jesterdaj:
l'ouili, l.lnu, bD jciis: Klfc-litii and S.inti
l'o stieets, September 17) paraljslsj burial
at I'uiou cemeteiy.
T. If. Uroughum, 2030 Madison, frame
C. C. Aiken, C30 Olive, frame dwelling;
C. C. Aiken, u Olive, frame dwelling;
W. A. I))inond, 27.'7 Vine, brick dwelling;
I.lvercs llros., SOS Cist Twelfth street,
brick business house; 0,500.
S tf.HllSJsiW fiijlK
I Kill III. I VI II ls s VI VI I I.
I tie VVItiii-s In u I leiuor I isi Unit. lllv
Tor some time pist the lliptor tpiestlon
luus given the people of I,e e-'s Summit lou
sldeialdo trouble The olllic rs have also
bien worrleel b icpoits which have come
up from there that the law was being vlo
1 ited nnd lleiuoi sold In tho town without
regard to seeieej In Jamimj, l'losecut
Ing Attnrne) Jamison bad the l.ei's Sum
mit situation iuve stlgati d by the grnnd
Jul), and seemed s vir.il Indie tments
against supposed whisky selleis, among
whom vvns lit my neb k When Uelek's
c iso wus called In the criminal court, it
was postponed for some reason niul a fut
ure grand Jur) letunied iinotht r indictment
against him for belling lhiuor without a
Tlie uses me both set foi bearing din
ing the present term of the criminal court,
but the Lie's 'Summit people became anx
ious with so much waiting, and last Mon
daj sent word to l'nisucutliig Attorney
Jamison that it he would In lug up Hit ln.it
te r again be tote tile giiiinl JuiJ. Hn J
would sie that he li ei Iveel tin assjstane i
ot a numbei of valuable wltnessis Ml
Janitson consented, and on Tiiesilay Hie
eitlins of Lies Summit vvete tblel; about
the e ourt bull ling Aiuomr llicin was l'tnl
Kajlor, all age.l lieiman, vvliose testlmon)
Is considttiel vi iv ilninaglng foi tlelik
and a nunibe I of his friends After te tl.
fjlng belote the ginnd Jul) Mi Knvloi
returned to Lie's Summit. l)n i dnesday
evening, while sianding In tioiit of tin
postofllee, Mi Kit j loi was sit upon by a
m in mined with a slunt sic tlon of gas
pipe, and so roughly handled that hi' w is
Uliconse ions leer seei n nuins eiiie-i ui u
The allalr was wltnoSMd by a numliei of
men, but nono offend assistance' to the
unfottunite man. Mi, Kailoi canu to
Kansas City, Thursilav, and had a waiiiuu
Issue I In Juki leu Wlibrovv's couit chirglng
Janus nines, a will known chin. u let
about Lee's Summit, with Motilous as
s.iult Deputv Constable Joe Morris xx e lit
to Lee's Summit that night, and )istei
day iiiiirnlm: letuinul with lliiiet. He was
iiiinl-nii lie loi" Justlie Wilbiow, und
gave IhuiiI fen Ills nppeaialiee' to-duy. A
nunibi i of witnesses will bo In couit to
dii) irom Lei's Summit to testify on both
bides ot tile e Use.
I re I'ilis.
Send your nddiess to If I llucklen .1
Co, Chit iiito, and get a flee sample box of
Dr, King's New Life l'ills. A trial will
convince jou or their m. ills These- pills
ire us in action and nre pin tlculnrlj tr
rietlve in tin cm i ot Constipation and Sli k
lloiul.iiho I'm Malurhi and Liver troubles
they have bmi proved Invaluable The y
(lie guaranti d to be im recti) tun from
ever) I le te lions sulist un e and to be puie
I) Ve'getlbU The) do a it weaken bj Ihelr
.letlui. lint h) fciviui, loin, to the stoma h
and bowels gieail) liivlgtiiati the jstim
lti'gul ir sie, ele- per box Sold by H C,
Arnold, diugkiHt, northWist eoinir fifth
and Main sin its; J. litilliths, l'nl u e ding
Stole, nuithW'St eoinei Main mid Twelfth
sUots, IV.I. imann H illur, Diamond drug
store, 901 Main street,
nil. gen to ll.iv e oei ii eviiniiili li) Mini I, eiini
JI oeiii, the amount of his bond, as dnmum'S
Todd wis nppoinlid pnstlimsti I fit liialu
Valley In I'lbnim), lD'ii) He seivnl until
November, lS'el 'I odd must eunie In o tho
I nl t d Stitis limit on tho iltst .Motility
A niinibii of slmllir suits villi be begun
in n tew divs against pi r-ons who weie
postmisteis in towns mar Kiit-ns City.
Illlli'lges Wauled leu a llei'tli.
Tames It. Otjictt has brought btilt
iiK.llnst the Meiiopollt.iu Street Hallway
Coiupiny lor fB,1) dainiges on account of
the death of bis wife, Itebeeoa (! iriett.
Mr (iirrett 1 1 ilms that on account of the
insllgenoo of a giipuiin on the Hnnd ave
nue line ids wlti fell, while alighting from
a ear at Thiiinnth street and (hand avi
nue, list Ma), und tho fall caused her
"llri.. I e iso in Ibei Cit),
Mis Mai) 11 Le ise, nuthor of "The
I'lolde-iii of liviiuition Sulviel" ami other
hooks, vvns in tin I'nlim depot for a shoit
Willi, jcfctciela) liioiiiliis. Slu was le
turning u Kansas Horn a lecture tour in
small Missouri towns,
.Vli I'x-l'o-tlu isle r Sue d.
nx-I'ostmister Smith II. Todd of (lialn
Vallej, and his liondsmi n, Divid 1'. Djer.
llolivar D Hijun, lieoige- W. Itay, John
1', Maxwill and William I: It .we. ai i
being sued b) the mivi mint nt foi $' Si, i
5-: vJ?j?fe- jL --cmii m 3.n77-rQ-ppi?-
vvii.i. M'lttMw i; im: .sii;i.i:i-.
Priests of 1'allil VVnilt No Dust Mingle el
Willi I he Ir I'lirtele.
Tlie l'llests of 1'all is ellieitoiv Ins de
cided to Fpilnkle the stieets piep.u iturj to
their panicle on the evening of the smno
elij, mill tluv havo deciiled furthit tint
the spilnkliug shall take pi ice in Hie att
oi noon '1 It it poitlon eil tlie da) his been
eb elded upon heeiir-c It is desiml th it tlie
stnets bi- at least putl.illv di t) i veil
ing. Otliei wsc. tho sllppi r) asphalt and
mud will prove too daiu'iious tor the
hi'.iv) Hunts; and huge hoisis usi I Iv tbe
priests On the othi i h mil. Hi. ilitntoi)
thinks that If the sprinkling Is not done,
the dust will prove veiy tijlng lot tho
VTlicn rtiby w -is sick, wo g-ivoher Castorla.
Win n sho w is a Chll 1, sho cried for Uistorlt.
hen sho became "Mss, bho clung to Castorlo.
When sho had Children, sho gaiotheui Costoria.
s r llllli it ill tile t II lull lie put.
Mih (borge Diwscin ami In i .' v ear-old
diiugbti i nn Miami..! at the I nlon cic pot
Mis inwson Is en route Horn Fupika,
Ivas in Columbus, el She lost hoi puise
inntainlng .!, all the mnnev sin had in
the woilel, bitwein Inie nnd Topi k.i She
was taken in charge bj .Matron Chalfunt
at the Lnion ucpoi
I loin i -! i k. rs' V.k iirsiitns.
On Seiileinbor 10 nnd 21, tS'il. Hin
"Knty Itnute," the Missouri. Kansas .x.
lexas railway will sill tickets to all
points In Texas, . vv .Mexico and Louis
iana (west of Lnfajetie), at greatly re
duced rates for the round trip, for nil
information, call tit tlek't olliecs, No. hi.)
Main snoot nnd 1011 Union avenue, and
The importations yesteidnv were two eirs
of bullion rrom .b xleo niul thtee c irs of
salt from llnglnnil
Spniks from a iiiissini. loiomotlve pet tire
to tho bildgu at Twenty-see ond md Wjn
mlng stieets )csli rdii morn in- tlnie
vvus no loss,
l'nlted States Marshal Sin lln r. i iv. l a
U tte r )esteiday fiom the nil Mm. Vmi
eintlon or lt.iy nnd Clay loimtl - inviting
him to attiul the mini il n union i.t old
sittlets nnd soldii rs, to b. lull i Lxcil
slor Siirlngs on Satutda), ij 'tub. i .
Mli liael Itvnn and John HiVoi.i, m rested
rrlday inornlng vvhilo ttvlng ti.it into
the pockets of A. C Crosln as In w is
asleep pear the inarku house, w.ie ai-
ralglinl In fore Justice W ills vesterdiv an I
held In 7l) bail each to .ip,t ir loi trial
There will be a spoobil meeting or tho
Kansas City I'quil Stlttrage Assoc i ituui
Satutcl.ty nfterneon, Septembe r 21, at ' p in
If the club looms or the- (oit s lion
All members and ft lends are eunli ill) low
ed to be iiresent, as furtln r an m in uts
will be inado conceinlng Hn stile tonvtii
tlou, tu bo held bile next month
Allnit Itiovvn, nriested Thur- I iv night as
In sie iiped fiom the door of Hi. wiukiwusi ,
Was lllialgnell lie'fule JtlSllc In).. Vixter
day, charged with having i 'bin d Mi, in. I
Harriett, an old mini, or W7 .o on th night
ot August 2-' He pleaded not Mill ) an 1
bis Inuring was set for Si pie mint .'1 in
default of ball ho was lomtnltt, I to jiil
loseph CurolI, vagr-int, will lilioi for
the city for 150 days to eoiiie bee in., he
could not convince Judge Joins In poll e
court jesterdiy Hilt he was a hai iw ulung
cltl-en. enroll was urn slid Tliui-dij
night by UUIct i L)ston. II, tore up i let
ot i hecks w lieu Hie ullh e r pl.ic e d him tin le r
at I est and when hi was si iribed at the
Ceiiinl police station a ra-oi was lound
cone c.ilecl III his trim-, is' pu kit Thu ik.
In o si) Carroll Is in uld uli.n.l. r
Mrs L. SI it. r mil lur son, He I, of ,'3."l
Past Tweiit)-llttli sitc.t. who hav. Uhui. I
(III SI VI III Oc .1-1011 In Ho Jus! i . ..IU11S
.Is de nn hints in lltilie fi-n el ilistuibmg
ill- 1 i in I ulh.r minor oil Uses n
ag tin an ie I MM.rlij an I ur mi I b
fmu lusii . iipiu hut, l w li having
n it I iroiibl with Mrs )iu Hciilriek
t. n one uf the ir many twighhir-i 1'hey
lib il. I not guiltv an l have bund fur their
appi ii. in i iicM Tucsflu)
TUP. SILVER LINING.
Th it it A ii r ii I il n p. i .it
p' iv M i S i' r .y i it p i 'lur
pr s ,k i i ; !, .,,,s n n '
S nt. at I x olH a .1 II irltiiK'-oti Ti kit
David Henderson's American
Extravagmua Company in
Now- on s t nt th tut oltlre of Hie Audi
t ir mn mil ui H, 1' iilin ton li kct olll e
nt N in I M i.n str ij
Only Milllte bitm-dari
A. M. I'ALMI'It'H CO., In Dti .M.nurlcr'd
I)ratnitl?inl hj l'.itil M l'otter.
ltl.bl ll I -l ATS NOW ON SALIl
At Hoi omen
roil TUB OUIUIN VI, fAMOfS
B.'ivn, i eic inn ee fii. .ni, i.itinii iieioil
Week Night Dill), Primes Ananlii..
1'lrst Time In I'.dsis City.
Presented by the John Mi
pli'tott ta Dlteetloiitillv
.11.1 1 I Ml".
hUNII.W llAUMIi: si.l'l. ,
A Great l'ro.Iuctloii,
The Cotton King.
SI1ATS NOW ON" SAL1J.
TH ST. O-pe-Ra
lo-nlglit and iitiirilir Mntlnrr, CI.LVI
l.AMi's .Vll.ssl Itl.l.s,
Cotnincuiliig bunn.iy Matinee), Sept. K,
Murray & Mack!
Intlielr new FINNICAN'S BALL.
0M lit Xi'-t humlu.
Hilly I to 5 30 p. in., T to II p. 111.
HIGH GLASS VAUDEVILLE
And bUndiid Drami.
I'Kici:. io-jo-:u) cunts.
Greatest Free Attractions
l.VI It OI I I'ltl 1 IN KANsts Cil ,
Saturday and Sonde
SKi'TIiMl.rUlM antl i!!.
Afte rnoollH nt I. I v. uliit-4 nt K.
Speei.il ii -i mwifrnieiit of tbe vv jH-I's
MUST J'AMOL'H HOILSUvVoMAN.
unit cnLi:r.KATi:i) roMniNATiov
or wuMH.uiTi, iiousi;-..
"Which was, the feat ill o of tho icernt
fauc) lintii' hhovv.
THE IOWA lJAND
in tvo a hand n:i:c CONCHUTS
riNi: b immini;
It li alw ni cool .it I ail in lint
THE NA1IO1JAL HAWAIIAN BAUD,
I Ml -Ii I W. I.
riul' 11 (y lit. 11 1 Ii 1 t sini. rs
l.vi 11 n 1 11 11 I 'O' K
l MI-.-ID' I III I!
Kansas City vs. Terre Haute !
Mitiirilnj niul Mi inlay.
I io ( line - lei-elav llrst 1,111110 ( 1II1 4 at
J p in
I'ou nun produces i."it md beiutiful skin;
it combines evcrj element of beauty and
Oldest and Original.
10 West Ninth St.,Kausas City, Ho.
Lciillue; ind Siiicufill Spoi Ullut In IIIoo I.
NeivnUH.iiid Lilnuy lilsiusei
M llioii li.lill.lli, with u maii'i'
glunuiv svmiitotui. cuird
I lis I' V 1 i'ai 111 perin.-inemly lestored,
Mi run. 1. cured for llfu without uiercury.
1 Itl.NAltV lil)i:Al cured nulci.ly and
WHIN , I. OI IILIS-i rAll.co:nutt Dr II.
J Whlttler and receive the can lid opinion of i
till) SM.1U ot experience. Itlll and luti'iirlty. No
promises m-de Hut c-imot be fultllled
.ill IML'I.M:. lurnlsheJ at amill cost, and
sent aiowliera sealrd. Ureatmetit -MALI;
DIM f. IJ. I.
I'ltl. i: consultation and urinary aualysls.
fJTTinie1 to health and cmorueucles, icale-l
UUIUW jor U 11 ot ktumpa. HlanUs 1'reg
all Cor adilros In coutldouee,
Dr. H. Jf WHITTIER,
IO M'et Mutli St., KANSAS fll'V 1l).
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, ISSD,
AND Tliu CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.