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TUT) KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY. SKPTOrttTCR 20, 180.".
PARADE OF THE CYCLISTS,
A M.MiMi'iri m- 11 itMirr or unr.Kr..
MI.N IN iancv t.tMruMiis.
Ivntia. City Cjtll.i, will Turn Ont n
lliiinlrnl stroi" nh.l tlm Oihrr club
nnd Inutrtclinl WlierlniM, V
iuiuljrr Scvurnl lliinilrril,
One of lb til fenturM of th Knrnlvnl
writ fi-fttiviurs will b th trde of the
,I.m on Veilm,lay afternoon. Till
iui i i, win i,0 participated in liy nil tlie
i ' i 'KnnlKations nf Kanrat City, And
" ii lultiilg ol unAttnclietl riders us mall,
M- utiont bring that thrs will not be
I'M t in a"0 wticelmm In lino.
llif lmn.ome iHjh which hnvs bwn
prrcii i,y ihi Karnlvat Krewe lommtttee
lime -tlmiilntKd club nnd Individuals to
tli-lr t"it eftorts, nnd tha roatill will he
"i m a maRiiincent turnout. Uvery
'. ii'Tin who takes part In tho patads
in m ho nttlred In fancy costume, and
in it lie tiiRgkH. The vntlmi cof turners
of the city Imvi bicn ki-pl biuy Tor the
pnst ten days Kcltm up costume for this
pnrmle, nnd It t ctlmatcd Hint not less
than l,'fl has been spent for costumes
nlone. to ny noth.in of tha money which
will hf put into the decoration of wheels.
Tho prizes offeted arc for tho host turnout
us n club, the liml uroup. ttio lit lloat,
and the flnpsi Indlvldunl coitumes.
Tho Kuns.i ntj cyclists, us tho oldest
m ! Btiotitfixt orK.inUatlon In tho city, will
h.no uio hit irr.it turnout of members. They
I'M vt to have n, hundred men In lino, nnd
Hi ,r dlhplny will be mi elaborate one. The
l viiisi hid hv(' nmo uo.its In tho p.
r, i. which aro deslKned tn Illustrate
Af.iibi. Atnonir the ilouta there will bo
a H .iilrh court biMiip, tho Declaration of
In up, ii'liiicv. Do Bolo and linllioii, vjroup
of l nutans, Pocahontas and John ismltli,
I'lot' Hon and free Trade, and an lllus
i.iti i of 16 to 1, which will bo Vciy
uiibi i . There will be clKhtyspvcn men In
the Monti and groups, und there Will bi
cnom (i moro outtiue to mvell the rcpru
Minutum of the Ocllsls to more llinn 100
in n The costumes are bcliiK propireil,
a. id wotk on the decorutlon of the wheels
bus b -n commenced. All members who
tire t,n.TR to turn out In the parade must
take tli ir wheels to thn club house lit b'lt-
teentn and Harrison streets not later than
to-rUht to be decorated, the club having
cnKi"! ni'-n tn do Hilt woilt. There will
In u ri'iirral merlins; of the club on Mon
dny o lilm:, nt wluuh tho lln.il ilotiills uml
m M,.iiiucntB for tho miinde will bo settled.
All who have entered for the parudu must
report at tho club house not liter than 1:'JU
o'cloi li on Wednesday nfternoon, In order
to tune tlmo to ill ess, as all tho costumes
will bo lit the club house.
Next to tho Cyclists, the Niagara Whoel
rrcn will have tho largest dUplay of any
cycle orsnnlzatlon. 'llils club, though n
.iiuiijr one, Is stiotiR In meniberahlp, and
uxpei ts to have at least fifty riders In the
parade. They are piupnrlnfi to moke u
line dlsplaj on nil elaborate scale, and are
K0ln In with tho determination to win n
share of the jnlzos and the honors. Tho
Aeolian Wlieolmcn haxo decided not to
ronke a display as a club, but will turn out
well hb Individuals. IJei-ldcs the members
of thee threo orirunlzatlons, there will be
n ei cat army of unuttiiched wheelmen,
slncly. tn Monti nnd In group-).
Tni committee In chnruu of tho parade
Ins cnmpleted the arrangements, nnd llxed
dellnltvly the lino of march. The liarniif
will lorin on Fltleenth street. Chief Mar
shal C. V. McCrary and hla utiles will
report at nttcenth and I.ydla at 1 p. m.,
and it Is hoped to be able to move tbc
parade by ; o clock, thouprh it will probably
be half an hour later than that before tho
Matt will lie made, for it will be a big Job
to cct so many wheelmen In line and In
their proper places.
The divisions will form In the followInK
places: Kansas City Oj clHts, on the north
fide of Fifteenth street, with right resting
on Tracy; Niagara Cycll-t, north oldu of
Fifteenth street, right resting on Forest
Aeolian Club, north side of I'iftccnth
street, right resting on Troost; military,
north stde of Fifteenth street, rlp-ht rest
ing on Harrison: Meats and unattached,
fouth side of Campbell, right icstlng on
Fifteenth Btreet; other divisions on Camp
bell. In addition to the twenty-five mounted
police In the lead, Chief Irwin has prom
ised slety mounted ofllcera to hone
outriders. The stock ards will also send
100 outrider. The chief marshal will be
known by n blue sash; his aides will wear
white; the outriders will wear the colors
of the Karnlval Kicwe, red, green and
The llm of march, as definitely deter
mined, will be us follows: Fifteenth and
l,yd!a; west on Fifteenth to Campbell;
north on Campbell to Fourteenth: west en
Fourteenth to Locust; noith on Locunt to
Ninth; west on Ninth to Orond avenue;
houtli on Orand avenue to Twentieth .and
countermarch on Orand avenue to Sev
enth; west on Seventh to Wulnut: (south on
"Walnut to Fourteenth; west on Fourteenth
to Main; north on Main to Third: wet on
Third to Delaware; south on Delaw.ue to
Seventh; west on Seventh to Wyandotte;
south on Wyandotte to Twelfth: west on
Twelfth to Llroadway; ncth on Itroadway
to Tenth and countermarch on Droadway
to Fourteenth, whore the parado will dis
band. The parade will he made up according to
tho following schedule: First will come
Fit buu'leis on wheels, anil these will be
followed by twenty-five mounted police
men, whose duty will be to keep the course
char for the parade. The first division
pioper of the parade will be composed- of
the Kansas City Cyclists, nnd then In nr
di r mil come the Ni.igaia Wheelmen, the
Atollan Club, military cyclist. Including
:i number of mrnibeis of the Third regi
ment, tandem Moats, single ilden, In fancy
costumes, coupler Moats, riders In bur
leFnue costumes, group of rldeis on ordi
naries, couples nnd groups in fancy dre.ss
anil the big army of unattached riders in
Ladles are requested to send description
of their Priests of I'allas ball toilettes to
the Journal otllee a- eaily an possible, or
telephone same to li37,
GOOD WIliS I I.Kit HUT I'UMI! IIKIVISH.
'i'ho rniviTlil.il (;!inm- nt tho Ice Wagon
Lee Archer In an Ice wagon driver with
a Email bump of respect for tho rights of
the cable railroad companies. Ho whistled
a merry tune when he drovo down Wal
nut Btreet early yesterday mornlni; on the
Metropolitan cable tracks. Tim grlpman
of an upiiroachins train sounded his bell
loudly tn wurn Archer off the track, but
he heeded It not. The passengers, on tho
train fumed and the grlpman tnutteied
under his breath. Archer t a good whist
ler but a slow driver. At Walnut stieet and
Missouri avuiue 1'ollco Sergeant Dunlop
took In tho fftu.itlnn and muuuteil the driv
er's seat beside Archer and ordered him
to drlvo to Central police station. I'ollce
court was In session ami Archer was taken
before Judgo Jones, who lined him J for
obstructing tho struct.
Weak spots are discovered by sudden
chingcs In tho weather.
The barometer Is not moro acourato than
tho Hhcumatlo twinge or the tender Bron
chia, Tho Weak Stomach Is more often ills,
tin bed by a quick change than by Indigest
Tho Kidneys nnd Madder are equally bus
rcpttbk to cold and hi at,
Dr Humphreyu' Specifics aro the saviors
of tho human iu.i not one cure for every
thing, but a teparate speclilo for each ill,
"77" for COLDS.
"77" la Dr, Humphreys' greatest popular
Huecess w, net lit r It be for L.t lJrlpp of
Winter, Intlucnza of Spilua, Hay Fever of
Summer, or Autumn tatatilij It is an ab
solute and positive Sp-clIo whenever the
Mucous Membrane Is disturbed, either by
cold, by dust, or by thu pollen of plants.
It Is In demand ull the year round.
10" FON DYSPEPSIA,
Indigestion, and Weals Stomach.
The relief Is prompt the cure certain.
"14" for Icin i-isoaies,
Salt Rheum, and ull Eruptions.
Tha ono nevor-fallliiB cure for Skin DIs-
"15" for Hhaunintlam,
Acute or Chronlo, and Liimbairo.
It curi-s by eliminating the Uric Acid from
"30" for Ur'nnrv Diseases,-
Cures tho child relieves the aged.
Dr, Humphreys puts up a SneclMo for
e ry ii'' -c They are described; In Ills
Mnin I, vMch Is sent Ire.' on request.
t-mai I jttle of Pleasant 1'elletn ills your
vi i v ket; sold by diuivglits. or sent on
recvli'' if price, 2o or t tor ll.uo. Humpli-'
un ilnlUlw Co., ill tuld 113 William bt
llfilL 0 &
SPECIAL POLICE SERVICE,
the ttninl of Coin ill tslnneri ltn Ornnted
n ltiiitrt for SprrUI .Men for Kiirnl
An adjourned mcetlnir of the board of
police commlsftlonem was held yesterday
The boanl nutlrorlzid Chif Irwin to com
,nrlIon (pedal policemen to be a guard
dutlnit the tpctrtcular rebrT'entntton of
th "Siege of Vlrkuburir" and other atntite
merrt feature that delred t'Miev-tlon Kar
nlval wel. tl alo appointed twentyeven
special puTfllmen nnd rlv detective for
duty during th Karnlval f"tlvlMe II, L.
Itfil wa nppfllnteil n p" 'nl ofllcer for
the AudltoriTii hottd an I theater.
The loird informally dli nonl the work
that would confront th police force this
week and decided to allow cnit Irwin to
handle tha fore a he hould ee lit lo Kel
the tnst poible service out of th men.
The remotwtratice of Mrs. 11 l Cr.ind.ill,
proprlo-tor of the Orand Mi'iourl hotel,
to the nppllivillon of Hell Co. for a nloon
llcn" In lh Ornrhl MIMourl hotel, w.t
withdrawn and th? pplli.Htion itm cralii
ad. The applications for llcen.es of Hick'
I'll', Vm, N nth and M tin trl, nnd
W.iliam Muchlebich, No. 1521 Grand ave
nne w-ere prnre'ed.
The pny roll for September wni approved.
It BBBregtmd I2.2V2.
PREPARING FOR THE CROWD,
.tinny Mltir Already In nnd I'rrpnratlniM
Itilng .M ule fur n Vint Multitude.
The ndvance guard of the out of town
attendants upon the festivities of Pallas
Athene has commenced to arrive. Thero
Is already much evidence of life nnd activ
ity nlhiut the t'nlon depot nnd the olliclali
are preparing for the blRirest crowd tho
city has ever nltnrMtil. Tho rallroj.il pas
senger agents nre confident that the capac
ity of very nearly every road entering Kan
.ni Clly will be taxed to handle the crowd",
Special trains will be run Into Kniunt City
ruedy over the Kan.-Vs City, Fort Scott
.ti Memphis. Atflilton, Topeka Santa Fe,
Chleapo. Hur'int.toti & Quincy, Chicago At
Alton. Wnhnj-h fnlon I'acldr. Chicago, Mil
waiikee ,vl Hi. I'uul, 0ceola & .-viuthern,
Missouri Piclflp, and the Missouri. Kan
sas A TenA The Memphis will bring In
seventy-one extra cars for use during Kar
nlval week to prevent overcrowded tralni.
Four fjntep will contribute to the crowd
that will be in Kanas City this week and
the various railroads nil anticipate bringing
their zdiaro of the vl.sitois to town.
niidi.Mi: i.osr unit A(ir.i:.
lloied the lairi if a ltnynl (In ird but It"
Did Not Mow.
From the Ccntnrv:
NothliiK could be more magnificent than
the appearance of everything nppertulnuii;
to tho court on all public occaslonse. Thu
bull, espoelally, In the various splendid
rooms, particularly In the Immense "Salle;
dta Mnrechaux,' were a sight not to lie
forgotten, from the tlrst entnuice, nnd as
eent by the great staircase, adorned with
Mowers nnd tdirulM, where on each tep
stixvl two of tho "Ccnt-gnrdes" (the em
peror's body guard) as motlonl'n as stat
ues. Nothing wa3 moro retn.ii table than
the drill which enabled these men, on nil
occasions when on duty at the palace, to
remain without moving a muscle. The
fatigue of this Immobility Is said to lie eo
great that It could not bo endured beyond
a certain time: but It was so complete that
to come suddenly on one of these guards
In the palai e was positively startling. It
was scaicoly possible to believe that they
were alive. They are nil remarkably line
men, sub-oMlcers rl-oscu out of varlout
regiments; und when tho wnr came they
proved that they were not merel parade
Midler", for they Msured among the best
and braveat troops.
One day the little prince, when a yountr
child, in the hope of making the sentinel
move, pouted a who1' bag of weeti Into
his boot, but wlthonf -Milling nnv sign of
life from the tnllltn, statue before him.
Thi plav of the chll 1 be'ng mentioned In
the piPhtMKe ir Colon, 1 Verly, who com
manded the regiment, he declared that
nothing could make one of his men move
while on duty. The empress would not be
llee the assertion, nnd llnally lild a wager
that she would contrive to make ono of
tho guards move. Colonel Verly having
accepted the wager, the empress went with
him to thu nelghboilng gallery, where they
walked backward and forward before the
nentlnel.the empress trying by everv means
to attract his attention. The suard stood
as If turned Into 5tono. Colonel Verlv
nmllid. Tho empress, with her character
istic Impetuosity, then went straight up
to th soldier, and, according to familiar
speech, "hoed his ears." Not n muscle
moved. The emnrcs then acknowledged
that Colonel Verly had won the dnv. nnd
sent a handorno compensation to the sol
dier, who nroudlv refused it, saving that
no whs Kiiiucicmiv componsnteu liy navlng
had his sovereign lady's hand on his check!
Ladles nre requested to send description
of their Pr!e"t of Pallas ball toilettes lo
Hie Journal olllce a early as possible or
telephone same to 1S.17.
A CA.MI'AIC.N THICK.
Getting tho Ilet or nil Almslvn Advrrary
The following story Is told by Hdward J.
MrDcrniott. In an article entitled "Fun on
the Stump," In tha October number of tho
A few years ago a plain country doctor
and a Mr. May, who was fond of jewelry
and wore a valuable diamond stud In his
shirt Losoni. were running for the legisla
ture In one of our counties. The race was
close and hot. At one speaking the doctor
made tho following tierce and dangerous
thrust at his opponent: "Pillow citizens,
uon't you want an honest man In the legis
lature? Of course you do. Now, what sort
of a man is my opponent? Whv, gentle
men, look at that dlnniond stud he wears!
It H almost as big and as bib-lit as the
headlight on a locomotive. Your eves can
hardly stand Its elate It Is worth hun
dreds pei haps thousnnds of dollars At
what valuation do you suppose h" has put
It for tn;it'on In ills return to the s'ate
a"fces"or? Whv, at tho pitiful sum of Jin! '
The ctowd yelled for the Inolor. Threo
days later the two met again In lolnt de
bate Again the doctor took up his telling
theme, and held forth eloquently nnd pas
slnnatelv In denunciation 67 rilhinesty
and diamonds and false nses-meuts; and
then he niriln told of May's false return
to tho ns"esor. "Look nt that gorreous
pin, gentlemen! My eye- can haidlv en
dure lis dazzlini; rays. Solomon, in all his
"Hold on there, doctor!" said May. "Do
you mean to say thnt this pin Is worth
moro than $:0?"
"Ves, I do -twenty times or fifty times
"Would you give VO for It, doctor?"
"Of course I would "
"Well, vou can have It for that."
"All right." snid the doctor, nnd he hur
riedly counted out the money nnd took the
pin. Then May rose to speak and tho
crowd cheered him. He was undoubtedly
'Vame" and honest. He was willing .to
take what ho said the pin was worth. He
was elected A week nrt"r tho l'V'?n h
culled on the doctor and snld: "Doctor, I
dont want to rob you of your money Hore
Is your HO. That pin you botiuht was
p.ite. I i ot It In Louisville after your
first speech. Here Is my real diamond. If
I cim iivsr "rve you. let me know."
Anecdotes uf, Humphrey Marh.,ll, Soldlei
l-Mwnrd J. McDt-rmott has nn article en
titled "Fun o nth Stump" In the October
ii'".' ... i.V .T.i.leh Vi. relltes tllH tOlIOWlllIC
''V.'.'J' fir.,' I e war Humphrey Marshall
i,f KeiituekVj for If he did he would havo
to pass over' the d. ad body of Humphr y
Marshall. The Northern otllccr n piled;
"We won't vma ovtr jour dtud body. o
prefor to tunnel though," After tho war
the t'eiural hud a good practice, but h
was extravaBaiit. and often In need of
money. Onct. ho wub dogged by u collector
who had betn put off dozens of times. At
."".".,...,.11 ..!. uil,l. "flenernl von have
mint lix the dav. When will you e ublu
o pay me?" "U-lt. sir." said the Ben
iml, "do ou think I am a piophel?"
When the Ztneral was runnfns for con
i:iua usalnst .Mr. Plank, after the war,
he tried to draw put Mr, Ulank'u exact
opinions by a close debate on the stump.
In such an Intellectual conflict few men
iiiuld compete with Ilumphiey Miirshull.
Mr lilatik turrled and fenced as will aa
lie could. Finally Marshall mild one even
In t' In his ponderous tones and Impressive
"Fellow citizens: I have tried to plu Mr.
Hl.uk down and make him give me a fair
ttateiuent of his opinions and principles,
but ho lilts about eo nimbly that It U Im
possible to follow him In an argument,
in dodulni; a debate he reminds me of a
lb)link tllttlnu ulont,' u zig-zaa worm
tence, hopping or My nir first on one sldo
of the fence and thn on the other, until
the mind is bewildered, and It Is Impossible
to tell ou which side he la ut uny moment."
was a ureal ueu.ii' r in , ih,ii "','",'1"
iho wnr lie woa u Confederate general. Ho
was very latue and stout-a ver table Fal
Mi If. At the T breaking out of the war ho
wiole to an olllcer of the North and
....,, i,in. nn in nviu e iho i.ltred H';i
lild to me time after time. 'I cannot pay
iou this woik; com next week.1 Now, I
:;..,, ihni m enme here all the time. ou
A PROMINENT MERCHANT CURED
BY HIS IMPRjVEI) HOMEO
A Perere Cn nf Catarrh of lha Stomneti
that II titled the Skill of I'hy.lrl mi
Spuidlly liireil by the Miinynu bj atuiti.
Mr. i:iwol Allen, the well known lum
ber merchant nt York nnd Itlehmond
strectr. Philadelphia, Pa., snyni "For the
pnet twenty ycar 1 had suffered from en.
tnrrh of the stomach, At times I could not
keop Anything on my stomach; I was con
stoutly nauseated, coull not enj-iy my food,
tnd after meals would bloat up nnd my
stomach wojld feel a-s If It wore full of
lid. I tried the best physlcMiun In the clly
without betient. Finally I consulted Mun
yon's ftwclallnts nnd within a short tlm
war. completely cured."
I'n.ftlie t'urcs for All l),emei.
The Munyon Hemcvly Company prepares
specifics for every disease, which are fold
by nil druggists, mostly for 25 cents a vliil.
Hpeclally successful cures for nervous dr.
bill t y nnd nil nervous dlc,ios, nnd all
speciile blood and skin iroublcs, Liver, Kid-
j ney and Hlndder irouhles, Female Weak
, ncsfl, diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
Catarrh nnd Catarrhal Deafness, Plica and
Nournlgli quirkly cured.
Personal lett.r.i to Profefor Munyon,
1for Arch street, Phllndrlphla, Pn., an
swen i. with fno modlc.il ndvlo for any
The Munyon II. II, It. Company hereby
notify the cllizenn of Kaunas City that
they do NOT HL'LL TO CUTTHUS and will
not OUAHANTL1J tho genuineness of any
remedies purporting to be theirs and sold
at les than regular price.
M Ik'.Hlittiiirlf r for the liriiuliio
TUE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG,
mi: iiuii.MANT sii::rAci.r. to hi:
oivjlv Tin: rirm.io nils wki:ic.
An Army of .Men linn lleen, Kmployoil In
.Mulling n City of l.tpOHltlnu Halt
1'nrK Synop.lH of the Scenes
tu He I'lcifiitud.
There la a widespread Interest In that
wonderful military and pyrotechnic specta
cle. Pain's "Storming of Vlcksburg," the
opening perfoitnance of which begins to
morrow evening at Hxposltlon ball park,
and which will entertain the thousands ot
visitors, who will throng Kansas City every
evening r.oxt week, except "Priests of Pal
It Is promised the spectacle will be on n
grander scale, and the Mreworks more mag
nllleent than In any other city In the United
States ecept New York and Chicago, and
will fully equal the great Manhattan Poach
show, which attracted such universal at
tention. Hundreds of workmen havo busied them
selves all the week transforming the ball
park Into the city of Vlcksburg, and In
deed o successful have their efforts been
that the panorama upon first entering the
grand stand strikes one with amazement.
It is to realistic that It Is as If the genuine
Southern city were before you. Instead of
the palmed canvas. In the foreground Is
the real river, covertd with bo its while
the canvas continues the winding of the
river as fur In the distance as the eye can
reach, through the suburb! of the cltv, nnd
through fields nnd meadow lands. The ef
fect Is indescribably beautiful. Un the far
hide of the river Is a gigantic wharf, SOO
feet long, which will also be used for the
Mge, Leading from the whuif, nnd ex
tending back up tho hillside, stretch quiet
Mtfets, bordeted by rambling fenccn nnd
quaint Southern houses. To the extreme
right Is the maslvc fort, seeming well nigh
Impregnable. To the left are other fonlll-i-ation
thrown up to withstand the fui-il-nde
of nhot and '-hell, t,oon to be hurled
upon them b the water legions of I'arra
i:ut and Porter and the land foict.s of Cen
tral tli tint.
The following Is the synapsis of the differ
ent scenes In the spectacle;
Hentilcs guarding the fort; preparing the
'lege; negroes carrying piovlMons to tho
lort; tho watermelon man and the picka
ninnies; the policeman to the rescue; ar
i Kill of a company of soldiers; strengthen
ing the barrioades; tieneral Pemberton nnd
ttaff und Confederate troops occupy tho
ion. ii:spai nes ainve rrom tli" tort, uen
t ral Pemberton and Muff surviy the Union
encampment; tactics for defense; steamboat
urilves with snppeis: n colored wedding
party; "Maryland, My Maryland;" the
bridal pnrty to the church; departure of a
lompany of Confederates to guard the rail
road tracks; wedding festivities und spe
cialties. Including buck nnd wlmf dunclng
by sixty n'groes, hovers, choruses, pleku
lilnny band, cake walk and specialties;
KiltR'a ulatins; a Union spy swims the
river and Is cuielit and hunj: "Union for
evei:" his comradts claim his bodv: dis-
Iiftt.'he.s Mom the lines; the Union troops
in rive; "John Hrown'. ltody;" General
Ornnt and staff inspect the troops; march
ufl to encampment; camp songs by Union
soldlcraj plantation pongs by colored quar
tettes and Jubilee, t-lngers; General Grant
curvfys Vicksburg's forts; Confederates
rond out skirmishers; cavalrj charge the
lebels; signaling from the foit to th hut;
Uni in slurm'ililng; utrlval of artllleiy;
taking up position for attack; attack on
tho log hut; evacuation of hut by Con.
federates; blowing up of tho hut: charge
of tho rivalry; urrlvul of the Union sun
boats; attacking forts from the jlver;(len
iral Giant orders tho attack; Confederates
defend the forts; rout of Confederates, u
Hag of trueo; Gineral Pemberton surren
ders; meetine of Pemberton and Grant;
"Hull to the Chief;" "The Union Forever;'1
llrnl.tabl.aux and pageant; "The Star
The mllltury will be furnished by Cap.
tain Lichtinun and 04 of the local mill.
ll.i Including the Hale Zouaves, The murlo
Is a routine of the spectacle and It In fur
ulshed by tho celebrated Hawaiian band
of forty-Mve pieces.
As Monday night Is "All Nations" night,
tho set JiUcu of Mreworks will repiesent tho
Mass of all nations, with the stars and
stripes In thu enter, nnd the shield and
Am rlcan eagle on top, as well as other
Kiats have been erected for 12,000 peoplo.
p there promlrcj to be plenty for nil on
the opening nlsht, but for thos.- who wUh
lo avoid the great rush, ris'ryed seats
havo bueu placed on talc at Jueoard's,
r vv rrmn ilw ('out War,
Pennsylvania Anthracite , ,,,.,,f?.23
Arkansas Anthracite. ,,,,,, ,,, e.io
Aikunsas Seml-Authracito ,, ,,,, ,,,, am
Cherokee Lump .... .,,, ,,,, .,,,, Ei.l
Lc::InMton Lump , ,.,.,,. 3.(0
Rich Hill Lump ...I:. 2.:u
Farmer' Lump (orlslnul, genuine, la.
beled) ,,.,,. , ,,,,, ,,,.,,,(,,,, 8.25
HULUN COAL CO., Telephone GH.
hiaae a wen
lUODVClt TUX 1UYK
IIUtfULTEilitCU rVVS. Curia all
Niroui bi.t'is. tuUlui? Memory,
I Vltt3iVVIj ltti tltf, IHJ !- 1 '
lioiia, iii;,icautuu mjf iiutuuui-iiiiuiHi viiyur uuu tim
iQfariH.Wuiiurtfiiiii, (tnd qulcUlrbut iurtely loitorcs
Luj.tMuJiliiino!d vrjouuir. casilycarrlcUuvttt
potlitt 1'iii yf I.OUi tucl(tfM. bit tor (100m lib a
written suurftulretuture or Monerrcluiidc-d' Don't
buyan (mitiittonthnt laut on Jmvfntf I.NJIV10 1(
nli 1-il rn 'irl, t li lull LfDt It. UA 1
ritLunotvot It, will milt prepaH.
SOLD by II. C AruoM, W. W. Cor. 5m hixd Malq
St8.. KANSAS CITY, MO.. & leading diufiftUu.
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NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
BX1TI-.I) STATES TItTIMJ TO ftll.l.r.l'T
Klrknmn ('onrt'Stirtlnl Not Conetnded-
rrnuU Mann Arrftpii CotnhtUloner
I'lienli l' ll.irn lliiriiiil -Ml-
cellaiipnui null Pergonal,
Tho scorotnry of tho treasury 1ms
mil da u rilllhg that Kecley cures must
pny n "retnller'n license" of $23 per
annum, ns whisky la one of the In
BTtMllentsi, or Is tisexl In the treatment, for
Actltiu under Instructions, Internal
Revutiiio Collector Morris Innt Friday
mmle a ilcmntul upon tin Kreley euro
ItiAttttitlon at Port Xavotttvnrth nntl tho
Soliliom' homo for the ptiytnont of this
lloettso. YcBlonlny the Fort tnveit
wotth Institution pnlil tho license, but
Hint nt the Soldiers' home linn not yet
done bo nntl tho arrest of Governor
Smith, of tho homo, ns tho llenil of tho
to-osillet! euro llicie, Is to be mmle If th
llccmvj la not forthcoming to-murtow.
When nslKs.1 lo pay the decline It Is
anM that Governor Smith heonme In
dlBtinht nnd olnlmed thai the govern
ment could not collect n license nt tho
home, ns It would bo tn.xltig Itself,
Tho liilernnl ipvciitio oillclals do not
loolt uon the mutter In mieh light. They
claim that over S30.000 linn been rrnllod
out of the Kceloy cure nt the Soldluia'
homo, nnd not ono doll ip of It hn.i
found Its way Into the post fund,
A second ili'tllltml In lo be made UM5tl
Governor Sniltli to-morrow for the pay
ment of the license, nnd If refusal l.t
n;nin mnd" the matter will be taken In
to tho courts.
Touching on this subject, it In mid that
recently n civilian nppenred for treat
ment nt tho Fort Lenvotvwnrth Koeley
cure Institution nnd wan refusisl on thu
Krotlnd that none hut floldlers could bo
ttoati'd there. It Is snld he then ni
pllcil nt the Riddlcm' homo Kerloy cure,
nntl nolivltliMtiinilinir ho vvns not n mem
ber thereof, ho was given troat mot) t up
on the payment of tho sum dotnandcit
The Klrkinaii 1 niirt-llnrtlsl.
Tho Captain Joel T. Klikmnn court
martini ut Fort Leavenworth was not
con. ludeil yesterday, ns the prosecution
orfercil some additional testimony, and
the dofonje oftcretl rehutliil.
There was a ireneral feeling timotic; the
army nfllcern at tho Tort yestcrdny thnt
a verdict of irullty would be thu out
come of the trial, and there waa tml
vcianl regret expressed thnt Mrs. LIcil
tetinnt Llttcll'H name should have been
given publicity in connection with the
The court-martini will convene nimlu
Stonday. and It Is believed the nirru
menla will bo oomplotod und tho trial
concluded not Inter than Tuesday next.
I'rink M.illll Arretted,
Frnnk Mann wan nrrestcd yesterday
afternoon at Sprlnqrdale, charged with
belnp; ono of the bandits who belli up
the men In William Courtney's store
last Wednesday nifrht, a full account of
which apMnre,l In the Journal. Mann
had a preliminary hearing befoto a Jus
tiro of the pence at Sprlngdulu yesterday
afternoon nnd It was expected that he
would lie biotiKht to thin city last nifrht
and be placed In tho county Jail should
any evidence bo nddttCfl niMlnst lilm,
He Is a young' irtnn, having a wife and
two children nnd resides not far from
Sprlnpdnle. At the tlm" tho hold-up
took placo It wns raining, nntl It Is
claimed thnt tho next mornlnur fresh
tracks wore traced directly to Mann's
door, nnd that a coat found in his cellar
was Identified as the ono worn by one
of the mnsked robber.?.
Taut. UN Itirn.
News reached horo yor.terday ot the
destruction by Are of County Commis
sioner J. M. Phenlcle's bain last
Wednesday niht, together with Its con
tents, ami his dwelling; house narrowly
escaped a similar fate. It Is believed
that trampt caused tho tire, though
nothing tlollnlte Is known.
The barn wns a fine two storv struct
ure nnd was Insured for $1,000, Mr.
Phenlcle's loss being; placed at $1,000.
I'xccitttie f'niiiiiilttiin Drawn.
Tho Itepubllrnn county central com
mittee met yestetday afternoon In U.
Jamesoti'.s olllco and selected the fol
lowing named as an executive commit
tee: O. H. TaIor, William C. Hook.
Charles II. Miller. J. W. Hirst, U. N.
Taylor, D. It. Anthony, Jr., S. Slmmonds,
Dr. C. M. Moates and Dr. J. A. Uino.
The executive committee will meet to
morrow afternoon, when n list of spenU
crs anil places of holding meotlnirs
throutihout tho countv will, bo arninged.
The committee meeting; was well at
tended and thu very best of feeling pto
The Democratic county rant ral com
mittee mot yitUTdny afteruo'iii nnd.
contrary to a previous agreement, did
nut place the name of Captain Frank
Mills on tliolr ticket as a candidate for
state senator, In lieu of John W. Sprat
ley, who declined to run.
In tho district court jestorday the fol
lowing divorces wore granted. Annln
M. Hihnrt from her husband, T. L. Cr
hart, on tho ground of extreme cruelly,
Mrs. Hrlinrt belnR plvou the custody of
the rhlld; Fred T. Nye from his wir,.
.'indie 13., on thf- ground of pros.s neir
lect, and ws awarded the custody of
the children: Knimu Williams from her
huBband, William, on tho ground of
Coroner McGIII will to-morrow hold nn
Inquest ns to tho cause of Daniel JIc
Connnll'3 death, which resulted from
Injuries received nt Lraveiiworth Junc
tion Wednemdny morning last.
Cadet Thomns I.ee Johnson left Inst
evening to resume- his studies nt tho
Annapolis naval nendemy.
An excursion of Turners from Hia
watha ami Intermediate points will visit
I.eavonwortlt next Tuesday via tho
Missouri Pacific rond.
Ills font Was A",pllt iteil,
Coffeyvllle. Ids., Pent. !?. (Spnelnl.) W.
I). Driver, tlis colored orator, has been ly
tnar at his home In this cltv several months
ftifferlnir with a disease of the ankl". aa a
result of a sever" sprain, This nftemoon
hla foot was amputated Just above the an
kle. .Mr. Driver is one of the best known
colored men In tho state, having been en
gaged In newspaper work In Knnn Cltv,
Topeka and this ci'v. Iln wns superlntind
cut of the house cloi; rooms during the
latt session of the Kansas legislature.
FOR MISSOURI READERS.
Sedalla. Mp. Bept. S.-fSpeolul.) Jlllton
Sites, who killed Chailes Voinnn Tuitle
bore September 2, waa round irullly of
murder to-day In Justice Levins conn,
and held 10 the criiuliuil couit, which con
vcues In Uctuber. In default of tj.uci) ball
liltes waa cnuimltted to Jail,
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. !3. (Special.) Tha
nftalr.s of tho A. N. Schuster Wholesalo
tTothlnu Company will soon be wound up.
As soon ns thv order appointing- 3. U,
WoudKOti li list tu U m.ulu theid will be a
distribution of the funds now on hand,
i.iiioiintliit,' to about S I. '.i.
Jlendon, Mo,. Sept 23. (Special.) The A.
O. U. W. picnic at Mention yesterday wit
a uteat success. Orand Master Worltinun
Mllllw, of St. Louis; Deputy Grand Master
Workman Stanett, of St. Joseph. Mo., and
Itey. V. II. La Vakc, wiru the spcakus of
the day. Drookliebl. Marceline, Hrutis.
vvlek and Rothvllle lodeeu wtio well rep.
Clinton, Mo.. Sept. if. (Special.) The
Jury In the dumaeo suit of Alurtha linker
CBulnst the Kam-iis City it rNirt Seott rail
way for JiO.iM) for Injuries! bustutned at
Hlch Kill, Mo., October 29, 1SSS. to-nlKht
Kave the plaintiff a vetdlct for iS.fJuu. Tho
case was first trbd in Hutler, where a ver
di't w. rendereu against tho company for
57.WO. The cuse was uppealed to the tu
premo court, where It wus reversed and
brought to lltnry counti-.
Slater, Mo., Spt. 2J. (Special.) The res
idence of Mrs. Nancy Oumcron, of near
this place, with Us contemn, was totally
destroyed by tire last night. It win ono
of the finest uvvclltaKs In the country. In
sured for t2,QCu. The origin of the tiro is
i ( r' r "
i T I V
SI I --JrV
a woman'n liealtli slioulil be the object of i:tMtest care and tlinnvjlit.
Half of the women one meets arc scitil-invallils. Cntclcsstirss and lMtnr.itice ami
itculcct havo in ule it so. l'allure to Itced the warnings of outrnucil n itute failute
to give the hclti neeilcil by the tnobl ilelicale ami sensitive org in- little troubles
ignored until llicy have become dominant di-scifs.' nllowtd every clt.tme to spread
nnd gain a settled Bc.it these things bting about the Minkeii, cnohd eyes, the
hollow cheeks, the tulc nnd .sallow skin, the flabby, slrcngthle llcsli, which
charneteric the appeni.inrc of the woman who sulTirn from '' female vvcakttrss."
There is no reason, save that of carelessness, why the huitmit female should not be
as M rough' healthy as the hutn.m male. There is no reason in nature for it there
is no excuse in the world for "female weakness," If proper care be taken, It need
never cNist. If proper c.ire be taken, its e.istencc can be slopped.
Dr. I'iercc'o l'.ivorite Prescription has cuictl thousands of MilTering women. It is
a perfected specific for the troubles peculiar to them. It eindicates the disease,
stops the dragging, llfo-Mppiug drain, and in a perfectly rational, tiatutal way,
builds up the wasted strength. It will bring buoyant health. It will put toics into
uti.emic faces wild flesh fit sunken places. It does away with the hnttiilintltig ct
nmin itiotis and " local tie.ttmcut " ro tnui-h drcmlcil by modestly wiiEttivr women,
b'or tliirty years, it has been successfully prescribed liy Dr. Tierce, Chief Consulting
Physician to the Imuliils' Hotel and Surgical Iuslilulc at llulT.ilo, X. V.
The nliovr lirief tnlk on Wmnnn's ncciiilit
j.,44ll,tn,t tftftrA i
i,,.,K.-v.M.-.u. -V"--- :, - '..
tlllsc curcl l en cents sinui,s im "rn.i; mi- m'. t-.,,. .,, .,.i,, ,-,, i,.,,,' . ,,,,
ticttT otlll tlic People's Cumin. hi b-ne M"b. id Adviser, louiiil in slunit impcr tovcrs cim.
tniitlnir nil' thr fnrcKoliic treatise, mill sevenvl liiimlreil (iiuieM besides, vi III lr
?1 1 1 Mil) I'lllll! to any one rcudltii; 55 tents In ime-ortit stamps t.i pnv tor pnrklmr
nnd TKisa 'e only ouitnlnsmer I n. pices mil ion lllustrntloiis on i t'nmi cnpie old
ill cloth covirs at itKiil.ir price nr fi 1 1 Address initli stamiis nnd this Cnupoii) tcr lither
lwok W'oklu'b Ui3i'L.sSAiiv MimiCAL AssoctAiio.s, t6j Mnlu fetrert, llutlalo. N. Y.
7 am the
I handled the first car that came hero, nnd have been selling the samu kind
of Coal ever since. Others will sell you something which they sny is juntas good.
DON'T BELIEVE IT. I also handle Pardee, Lehigh ami Scramon, Anlhra
uite, Hemi-Aiithracile, Itiehmond, Lexington and Hates County Lump. I also
carry choice Coal for your furnace. Nothing betier than my Cannot Coal for
grates. Plaeu your older now and avoid tho rush.
Uho OMmI Mtpiiir llniiHn lit
Iho .Mlh((iurl Nullry.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
M. Hafrnann Whisky
And Importer of Wines and Liquors.
Nelson County and Lynchburg Bourbon
Whiskies, Sixth District Kentucky.
319 WEST FIFTH ST. o KANSAS CITY, MO.
TO VISITORS DURING CARNIVAL WEEK:
A cordial invitation is extended to nil visitors in Kansas
City to call at our storo and make our house their head-
5. E. Cor. 5th
fry the Journal,
' K W k ?A
"I I a woiit.m Is not nttrncttvc, tliete Is
J Kitiictliltiif wmiiK. Ativ wotitflii run
licnttmcthc If slic will timkc tho ciTort.
It Isn't filloj'ctlit'r a qiicstlitll nf bemity.
It's latRely a ninttcr of lienlili, Tlur bloom
illltl f'low of lirnltll jro fur townttl brinv;iii.i:
beauty. A clear skin, bright cu-s, nsl
lips nuil tlic vUnrlly willed lxxlflv irotsl
Relini btitif;'', will make even a liomoly
Tlic Kittsfiictltui tif nUrnrlinjr llic nttcn
tloii of turn Is tin mote to must women
llinn tilt; gratification nlTonUs bv fcellni'
ottal to oilier wiimcn. I.rnvicu; out nil
ooiiMiletnlioiis ot comfott ami Inoklti);
onlv nt tlio matter on the iilc of beauty,
nllment Iscontlmird lit a Irriti'f or lH pure'.
l Ol tCltnlollinil nnl repnKllirril pnnit,r,ii,u mi inmt, linn iennr..ct ill
- ,,..",.., J-...1..., ... . ...
Fat Iter of
and Hay Sts.
Rates $1.00 and $1.50
45c per month,
k il U. iie n I
A 1.1 nnd fi.10 .MAIN ST.
Will lill voir irccritioiis from
D5 por Chi to dn p r i'"iit li i'W
ntlii'ls, and uiVi yo'i better, MeMirr
nnd jMirer kii-iis i ban othrr dr nf,
i;ist. Wo can nnd do lill al rc-
kciijiI liri nt iti w fftrii lo ti,. so
thnt e ami our ujooih inferior, ui
ell ilu no ooinpirioti.
Our stock is .nrflrr, fro'lior and of
limii'i' uiiiki'r tli.ni niir lit thi ilV.
All ttr invited to itistwot the same,
iliyiri:itis t'sp'jr inliy. Wi I'ltiin
ihil tin nvt'mijif totail tlriinuist lis
jirrtsos cheinii'.'ils, drtia, el i'., inTerior
to those iitiI bv us mill of oomiii'ir.
cial quality, while ours aro juarait"
lecii ulifinio.illy pure.
We fiNii rnrry nnd quoto roil all
now ifnotU nil vi rtisctl
Koto our sppelnl prices:
llobbV Sparnjf us Pills 35c
Aliti-.Hkoet, per bo.i 7c
O. Iv. TnblelH 85c
West Nerve nnd Ilrnln Treatment. 7Gc
lniliiH) , 05c
j Nerve Seeds 85c
Hot Water Haifs quoted by depart
ment stores CPo, our price GOc
Pears' Soap IOC
1..S1 MII.IMIl:!) 1HSO.
t TIlC fli: AL PAIULESS aEllTISTtt..
Eft, 5" '. i?
Ovor-'fiO 'I'pftli I'.vtr.tctpd Dally. NO
PAIN OU in.Mihll. Artilielul Tectlt
wari'inileil lo nt lVrli'ftly. Decayed
and itehltig teeth, if worth it, filled uir.l
725 EtilAEEti STREET
ALTMAJ. KAULBACII & CO., rrops.
1030 flain Street,
WITH JULIUS BAKE.
We Make a Specially of Decorating
Now nntl Artistic Jiil'octs.
Oldest and Original.
10 West Ninth 5t., Kansas City. Ho.
I railing iil Ml xmfi ' M" taltsl In Uioo,l,
j;lv ii.iuhil I riniiy IDse.iai -i
Mlivnis in mi. I It. with Hi many
I'lonluv 0 niMOItis llllfa
1.111,1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 i, ruiinriitlr retoril.
SI'IIII. cureil (nr ilfn vvliliuiii mercury.
I lllNAlcr lilsi:.,i. cured iiulilily ,in3
Ulll.N M.I. DTIIIUs lAtl.roTHili Dr IL
J Wluttlur ami reevlvo Uip jiuIIJ ailnlmo( .v
plivn it hi nt xiieiiriio M.IU aii'l Integrity No
(ri'iiitoui iiia.li. Hi a cumoi hi lulu lea.
.Hl.llll I M.i rurulstKil at mull cost, anil
tut unyvvhtro 4,td Trvaliiuul M. l.lt
MM I . II. II.
I'HIIH rnusultitlon nml urinary ivuiilyil.i
Dill Mli1 to lirlili awl fiii.Tjjeni Its, araleil
u ui I'ly r.,r ti i, 'in. tuiiiit. uuuUi. i''rs
all Cvi 4JUris in coiillai-iut,
Dr. H. J. V. HITTIER,
10 Witt Mntli St., liANvA", i I TV MO.
East Wing H, Y, Ufa B!Jb' KANSAS CITY. i!0.
Pock.ktopli!?, Bhottbaml, Typewriting, To!e?.
rfhy, EoglUb Branclns, Modem Languages, etc.iat
lowest ri'.t;, Cutalofi.e free, Tcitlhtao 1174.
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bo,,u ttotti, 7 i. in,
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