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TJIH KANSAS CITY .lOintNAL. TUESDAY, JULY 1(1, 1805.
MR. HATCH TALKS.
ii f. Tirmnvt a mto.Mi t.tmiT o.v tiii:
IIITCIII.WfN iti;i oim. roitv.
PURCHASES MADE BY BOARD.
AM. cit.itm. i'him i:iutr.n .wi.wmt
him Miinv.N to m: falsi:.
Ptttnient nml .VITM i'rll Tint ulinw VHm
Mm Itc.pntitiltilr for Allceed 1'. Inli
ne ml t'iirlliir-lt Vn Sat
A reporter for the .Tom tint met raptnln
Hatch, ev.iiperlntendent of the Hiitohln
on reformitory, jcstcrdny nnd nuked him
about the dlillcultles In which he had 11s
ured. lie t.U:
"I nm In the city to ohtnln tMtlmonv In
rehuttnl of the chnrccs tiled by the board
flgnltiKt me and t hne cot finite a fen.
T declined to resign when the board de
manded It. became I felt that the people
should ?ee the pccltlontlons on which
the member based their charge. Of
cotir.o, I had no Idea that n board that
had tiled the clinrcet nnd wan lo be the
Jndco and Jury nnd llnally, to determine the
matter, voulrt retain me. The governor,
however, became satlstled that the board
was orotic nnd ulionld be removed. Ho
therefore sent a ppeelal tuesictiKer to me
fjaturdnj, who paid, 'The governor foeli
that It N necesnry to lils administration
that thi boird be removed Immediately,
but Ii Ptiilt.irrnpFrtl becaue the chariici
nro still peiidliiR- iiR.ilnpt jou,' The gov
ernor n lined mo to reslRti Immediately
and relieve him of that embarrassment,
which I Immediately did, and the gov
ernor proceeded to act promptly with the
board and It was dNi hargeil,
"N'oiV 1 ltlh (lip nnmiln in Ifnnif ll.nl f
have not been Insubordinate or dliouevoel
order", and 1 take pleumio In showing
5011 thce statement to prove what I iv.
The board ch.irged me with purclinKliiK
a blacksmith outilt from the Kngllsh Huti
ply anil l.nglnc I'mnpanv, 'without the
lformntlon or ootient of the hoard or utij'
jember thereof.' 1 have an atlldavlt from
Ml. l.nsllih In which he swears that I was
not even presput when those goods were
purchased, but that .Mr. .N'nh Introduced
senator Armstrong, the chairman of tho
board, to him. who gave him the order for
the goods. Tho fact Is. 1 knew nothing
nbout It mvseir. except that I knew Arm
strong purchnsed them. They charge mo
with buying the plumbers' goods of the
J'nlted Slates Wind .Mill Company, ami I
have n statement from .Mr Klrehninler,
vice president of the Commercial Club. In
which be states that he Introduced Die
members of tho board to .Mr. r.irkcr. the
president of that companv, and that Mr.
Armstrong explained to .Mr. Parker that
our bathing apparatus was to be tem
porary: that we wanted cheap bath tubs,
of which .Mr. Parker said they had a full
supply. Mr. Parker took tho list of sup
plies and Armstrong promised that wo
woulrl call cm him
"The members of the board ch-irco me
with bujlng 1110 pairs of blankets instead
of forty. Here Is a statement from Mr. K.
?. .Mullen, the salesman, which mis: 'That
h had only eighty or elglity-nvu pairs In
r-euciv ui uiu kiihi wo teamen; mat .Mr.
Armstrong h.ild to him, "Well, send um as
many of these ns jou have, up to 100
pairs."1 And further states that Mr. Arm
strong was with mc continually during all
the pin chases thete.
, "They charge mo with getting disgrace
fully t lad In a sleeping- car near Kansas
Ity at the time when I and the hoard
started Last to examine the prison: that
I requested a gentleman to postpone a
law; suit then pending between his bank
and mine, which he courteously refused 10
do; thereupon, thev claim that I lost ab
solute council of my temper, gesticulated
wildly and dared tho gentleman to light.
I wrote the gentleman about It and hero
Is his reply:
" 'Arkansas Hty, Kns
I-......, .. J'ny ii. ivi).
r iiiucii, j'.sn., iiuicnmson. v.
I)cnr hlr I remember of meeting voit
.r. a sleeping car going Into Kansas City,
when you were Just stalling on your Kast-
rrn ti In. ns you said, to examine the East
ern pifsons. The members of the boaid of
jour Institution weie with vou.
" 'At that time you 'equated mo to post
"ie n lawsuit which was then pending
tvveen your bank nnd mine, as you
. 'ought It might Intel feie with your trip
IcePned to do so. as we had made all
j. nr ..lents tor tho trial, and would bo
it onveniencid by the delay. Vou 111 ged a
postponement, but In our conveisatlon no
hard words were passed against me. nnd
110 gesticulation or talk of lighting Noth
ing occuiied at that time to cause anv
I vrd feelings between us, and since th.it
no I have had the pleasure of wilting to
ie governor, without our knowledge iee
mmendlng vour leappolntment as supeiln
imlPtit of the refoimatory at Hutchinson.
Verv icspectf ally, 1., V.DAVIS'
"Hprp Is 11 Kliitement iirulpr n.il, , l,l l.
disposes of tho claim of the ho.ud, that it
bad supposed it bad lecelyed Mr. Keith's
lowest price on fmnltuie
" 'State of Missouri, County of Jack
" 'Charles II. Cadiz, of lawful age, being
firs duly swoin deposes and ays
"'That he was the fuiniiuro salesman
for the Hobert Keith Piirnltuie and Cat pet
Company at tho tlmo that the bnaid and
the superintendent of the State Industrial
lefotmatoiy, of Hutchinson, Kas . visited
Kansas City to buy furniture for the Insti
tution, nnd he thinks that It vns In the
veiy last davs of May Messrs. Scott and
llumphrej, of the lioaid, anil Superintend
ent Hatch nnd wife, visited our stoie, ami
showed them our fuinltme under the di
rection of Mr. Keith When thev weie
leaving the store Mr. Keith told them that
he would look over the furnltuio mid
prices, and that while tlin s.ilisman had
given them very low liguies, as they were
to buy a larfe bill he would make a ma
teilal reduction, and tor them to come luck
nnd he would give them Ills bottom prices.
Mr. Scott said to him "We will do that
after we have looked mound and befoio
we purchase." As they did not return for
several davs I went to the Hotel Savoy
and found Messis. Scott and Humphrey In
their room, and said to then.' "Aro you
not coming back to look over our goods
again as per jour promise"" ami .Mr. Scott
answered me, "So," and I asl.ed them If
he thought they weie doing the state jus.
tlcc. Mr. Scott nnhweied: "That Is as It
may be." He then continued- "We havo
expended all tho money that tho state al
lows us for tho expenses of the board, and
wo are tiled out. Theie was nothing In it
personally at jour place, and wo nre now
M ig heio at our own expense" 110th
. Humphrey and Scott told me that
-greed with Pnptnln Hatch that our
guods weie the best and tho in ices lowest,
with the largest stock to select from- but
on the other hand It was better tor them
nNsonnll) to buy whero thev bad bought,
V that, they would have liked to Imvo
b( it their goods from us Other cou
vi Fallon followed, and I soon united, as I
could plainly seo that T could do nothing
Willi them without using nioiiej, uml so
lepoited to Mr. Keith when I letutiud to
the s.tor". .Mr, Keith, the propiletor vis.
1 1 mi mem next morning ami upon hs ie.
turn said that hn could do nothing with
their unless he bought Hit 111; that they
wire out for a grab.
" '(Signed, CHAIU.HS H. CADIZ.
" "Sulin'i Inert and sworn to befoio mo
this 1st day of Jul). ISS",
" 'HUlllMTT S KINO, Notary rubllc,
" 'My commission expires December 17,
"In fact, the boaid knew It had not re.
reived the lowest price and It peislMently
lefused to go back there. 01 to go to Hul
Jene'H, although tho membeis made an en
gagement to meet me there and failed to
lome, and both .Mr Keith nnd Mr. Su-
lUm, fiom nullent-'s, urged them to coma
"I feel tbnt thete statements nnd a(H
davlts completely relievo me of every
charge which this boaid has made It g.
noied the governors It-quest to postpone,
my hearing, and when, at the request of
the governor, I sent In my leslgnatlou,
supposed It finished: hut It proceeded with
the lieuilng without my presence After
making the charges It made its own state
ments, anil then. In a solemn manner, pro
uounced mo guilty and unwoithy to asso
ciate with gentlemen,
"Then, after vvus entirely out. the mem
bers guv a this mass of statements to the
press four days utter the heailng, at .1
lime when they weie nlieady themselves
disgraced and out of olllco by the demands
of the governor.
"I make this statement, not to add to
the further humiliation of this boaid, for
that is Impossible, nor is It desirable, but
that I may be left clean mjself "
Mr. Hatch exhibited all the statements
referred to He then said"
"Tho only trouble I ever had vvlth this
board was In tho purchase of the North
furniture. I earnestly protested against
the quality of the furniture purchased,
against the prices paid, und the quantity
The estimate In the nppiopilutiou was
J2fi0) The fuinltme cost over ll.OH). and I
told the members that it would iiiln tho
Institution Their constant assurance that
they would assume all responsibility was of
no consequente. for I told them that vv
must succeed oj- fall together, 0r that I
must separate from them."
A FIRM'S GENEROSITY,
Kmploje of t:irr, Itlrd. Thajrr Co.
I'resentril IttiJItcfieririt Srit llrhetK to
. Mlil'illttnier Mght's Itreani."
One of the nentest rourtele. ever e
tcnded h it Hrm to Its omnia) c vr.xi the
presentation of reserved 'ft tickets for
"A Mldtmnmcr N'lRhfs lirram" at Pair
mount ptirk to the rmploes of llmery.
Itlnl, Thayer A Co. eterd by thnl
Hrm. The gift wis 11 vers generous one,
when It I remembered that this hotie em
I'toyew letwfpi sen and cm men. women
and children, while enei married man or
woman was given two ticket!". The occa
sion lerverl lo rHp rath one a plmiint
evenlne's ouIlttK. alde from the prett) en
tertainment In store for all of them at
The gift was the 1np1rttlon of J. T.
Him, n member of the urm. who saw the
lrsrformunce of the prett v Shakespearmn
comedy last week nhd was n well plf-awed
tbnt he wlrtied everjone iiiinrit witness the
phi v. and he resolved that those lh the
emphy of his tlrm should have tho pleas
ure at the earliest opportunlt).
The large invited part.v. together with
a naturally Inrtfe nudlcnre. servsl to nil
the thenter lost night, and the nlidlenre
via perhaps tlie most appreciative of the
coined) season at the patk All were out
for n jrood time, nnd lh t all had It, 11
goodly portion of thoe present being In
spired with a double npprei latlon,
Mil. s.si:it I'IU,II1..
lie Want to t.ar this Main Along tnde
Some tlrno since the board of pnrk and
boulevard commissioners drew up a reso
lution, asking the louncll to pass an or
dinance, provlndlng that no gas or water
mains, electric light, telegraph and tele,
phone wire should ocup the boulevards
of the city. Thl has met with the disap
proval of the new gas compnn. as it was
intended to use Independence avenue as
11 toulo ti) n tilth to reach the gas con
sumers of the northeast irt of tht' fit j .
It. M. Hnvder, preslilent of the new gas
companv, has appeahd to Individual paik
and iKiulevnnl iommlslonors, asking that
the resolution lie not presinted .Mr. Hnv
der will attend the commissioners' meeting
to-morrow, to enter 11 foimat protest.
iti:i:i), toiiii: ami i:iuis.
'I lie Men Clurgeil VV lib Working 11 Land
S lliillt Sf lieliu.
A. P. Heed. P. I) Toble, .1. T. and C It.
Hblis, who hive been anested on rcpai.ito
warrants Issued from .lustier Case's court,
chaiglng them with tonsplrlng to swlndlo
K. I.. KliMiriilf, n groieryinan at ITfth
and Holmes strtels, on June :.', weiu nr
ralgnid before Justice Case )esienln and.
gave $100 ball for their nppenrance roi trial
tn-ilii). The case has acquired considera
ble notoriety since the tlrst artest was
made on l'rlday last, and the olliccts mys
teriously piomlse Home staitllng develop
ments and several more at rests littoie tho
rase Is llnally settled Jt Is stated that
Mr. Klrkbrlde is not the only mail who has
been swindled, and that the &M0 he lost Is
a mole bagatelle when compared with the
sums these men have fraudulently ac
quired. Within two das at least, many
new facts will be made public which will
disclose an mganlzcd gang in Kansas City
lo defraud men out of their money.
1111: i;a rii int.
The official forecast for to-day Is: Mis
souri and Kansas, continuing fair and
warm. The highest and lowest tempcra
tuie recoidod heie esterda.v was 91 and 71
degs. The observation-, at other places
last night vv.us as follows:
New Orleans :;oot
("I .lives to 11 "ft 01
Chicago ."1.7 1
St, Paul 'J17ii
Sprlnglleld S9 SS
Concordl 1 '."i 71!
Dodge City as."
Helena 13 T.
St Louis L")SI
Kansas City ':'J.i,r,
Mi ICi leased I'riiln dull.
I'. D. Nix. the Dallas forger, who has
been In Jail fot over two months under an
Indictment returned b the gi.mil jury,
charging him with obtaining boaid at the
Clt hotel by forging Jl M. Snyder's
name to certain hecks, is no longer a
it'sldent of Kansas Cltv. Vusteiday Judge
Wortord leleased Nix on his own lecognl
K.mce to appear for tiial at the Septem
ber term of the tiimlual court, and last
night It was stated that Nix had left for
Dallas, vvlth money sent him by relatives.
Dining his Incaiceiatlon Nix has tiled sK
times to commit suicide, live times by
taking moiphlue and once by hanging
himself with a iopo improvised from tho
Saturday Count 1'hvMci.in Jackson
made an ex'aminatlon of Nix, and reported
to Judge Wolfoid that he found him to be
a continued morphine llend. and that
longei lonllnement In the jail would only
lesult in Nix's ultimate death, as lie
stemed to be falling dallv. Ho was at
cordlngly summoned into the ourt loom
und released on his own bond.
riiariu.u cut lent Akmh 1 1II1111 at !) liter.
"1 take pleasure In Informing jou that
tho Union I'acllh- rallwaj, fiom Kansas
Cltv to Denver, is the loule we have se
lected for those attending the meeting of
the Amerlcun Phai mai eutical Associa
tion at Denver, August II tu 21. P13.
"Ile.specttuUv, CHAUl.US M. I'OllD.
"Chairman Conimiltt.e on Transporta
tion." Tho above explains itself I.lko everj
other organization and Individual, tho
good druggists wanted tho best, thenco
their selection of the Union Pacltlc, the
shortest and best line to Denver. Only
Pullman Palace Dining Car l.lun and
only lino running Two Tiains Daily from
Kansas City to Denier. Vet low rates
for this meeting City tit ket olllco, UM)
Main sired. Telephone 1I(W.
.Iiistit.!, Want Clerks.
At 11 meeting of tho Justices; of the peaco
of Kansas C'lt), held Satuidav night In Jus
tice Kberl'H touit loom. Justice Walls and
Kbuit weio chosen 10 lonfei with tho
count' Judges and llx on a daj when nil
tho Justices could meet with them and ask
that clerk hlie be allowed. The committee
went down to Independence, jesteiday
mottling, where the county court is in ses
sion, nnd Thin sday was chosen ns tho
most satisfactory day lor all concerned
for tho healing of tho case. On Thuisday
tho Justices will appear befoio the county
court In it body, and with an account of nil
business transai ted since June 21, when
tin, nuvv law went into elfict. and endeavor
to convince the touiity Judges that they
should bo allowed cleiks.
Aiinojlit IIU I .inner Wife,
Charles Jackson, a luiber, at fiti'l Ttnost
avenue, will bo iiiralgned In Justice Case's
louit to-day on seveial chatgts llecetitly,
his wife seciiied a ill voice and married a
man named Alon.n Canui.aiid they went to
livu at 1011 JMtltli avtnue. The waitant
issued eslenlay charges Hull. 011 Suudaj-,
Jackson went to the homo of bis foimer
wife, and taking hold of Ids llttln son.
severe! beut Idin Whin the luotiiet uml
stepfather Intel posed in tho lioj'a behalf,
Jackson diow a levotvei 011 .Mis, Cuter
and threatened to chase bet- husband nut
of tho house. Ho will lie tihd on tliieo
separate chaiges to-day.
For Sale Pine double harness for ear.
rlage; will sell cheap If taken at onto.
Telephone 7iH, 01 uddress I'M Kant
.1 M liolurclilp for s lie
I have a scholaishlp In one of Missouri'
famous Militarj schools, which 1 will sell
at u dlstouut on account ot my inability
to use same The aiholaishlp liulqdes
tuition and bomd. washing, books and a la.
tlouery and medical atiendatice, for 11
school year of thlity-elght weeks, ,d.
uress . ut, joiniiai oiiice.
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver,diz
ziness, sick headache.bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite,sallow skin,etc,
when caused by constipation j
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills io and
85 a box. Book free at your
druggist's or write B. F. Allen Co.,
365 Canal St., JJevv York.
lunual ! morn UtoS.OLO.om boittv
DENTIST JACKSON KILLED,
HK TtlltNS IIUItdt.Alt .INIIJIKmswnii
A TltAtllO IIKATII IJ IMIIA.NA,
(trililtinlo of the Uentern Hetilal t'ol
lege of This lit) Ills 1'rnltlgato
Career In Hum n City and
It wn established Ix'yond 1 ilnulil jps.
lenlnj thnt Hip sufe blower killed by tho
marshal nf IVrtntul, hid, Inst week
while attempting to rob a safe was T.
Kdgnr Jackson, a fotmer resident of
this i-lty, Yestetdny forenoon a letter
ntnl photo vvero recolvrsl by Inspector of
DetrrtlveM Murphy which ostiibllshoil
the fuel. The letter was from the chief
of police at Tone llutite, lnd , uml
.luted Hint two hint oh litis night of
July 10 weie cunglit In the- net of
cracking n wife In Poland, a small town
l.vllig twenty miles south west uf Terio
lliuite. One of the meti was killed,
while his accomplice escaped llti.sc.Ulied.
On the body of tlm dead man was found
a tecelpt for 11 vnllso which hurt boon
shipped from ltirtlan.-iNills to Cincinnati.
It vvus sent for by the aiithntltles nnd
examined. Two rcitlllcntos were nmotiir
the content,, found Inside. One of these
watt given by the county attorney of
Daviess count;, .lo nnd gave T. lMgnr
Jackson the right to pinctlce ilentlstty
In thnt count'. The other vvus; from
this oily and read ns follows:
"Knnsns Clt, Aln., June 17, ISM
"This Is to certify that T. IMgiu- Jack
son graduated ftom the Western Dental
college .Mitrcli lO.ISD:1, and Is enlltleil to
all privileges pertalnliifr to the practice
"W. !. PUICi:. President.
"J. M. OIIOSS, Sccretnt- "
'l'he letter also stated that the dead
robber llrst came to Tone Haute, lnd.,
on July 2. He was thete In the company
of two local thieves, with whom he left
the city. Nothing further was known of
his actions until the rejirt was received
that he lint! been killed.
A photo of the dead man was enclosed
In the letter. Detectives Hayes uml
Cnrtwrlght wete given the photogriiph
anil went with It to Drs, Price und dross
und six other doclois of the dental col
lege. All positively .stated that it vv.irt
n cotrect likeness of T t'dgur Jackson.
He was SO yenrs of age, about five feet
eleven Indies In height anil weighed per
haps 100 pounds. He had black hull ami
11 thin black mustache.
When lie was a resident of this city
be lived with Ills father at Twenty-third
and Troost avenue and had an olllco In
tho Hlalto building at Ninth stieet and
(Ir.tnd avenue. Some time tip, the
family temoved to (iiillatln, Mo, where
his father. Dr. T It. Jaikson, now lives.
About time weeks ago the dead man's:
father called on Drs. Price and dross
ami said that his son had lost bis cer
tificate He requested them to Issue
another, which they did II was the one
found In the vnllse. Mefore Dr. T. II.
Jackson left this city on his return to
(t.tll.itlu he said that his boy bad at
last settled down and was attending to
Vestetday when the photoginph of
Jackson wns taken to the Hlalto build
ing W. C! Kenner.son, the agent of the
building, the Janitor. Dr. C. li. l.eavel
nnd .several othets Identified the face as
that of .voiing Jackson. The young man
hart ji very bail iecoril. His escnpurtes
and his geneial worthlessne.s.s cost his
father gieat tiouble and consldeiable
money, It is said. His family Is an ex
cellent one nnd bis father, who Is a
general practitioner, is tespected by all
who know him The fathir came to
Kansas City from Macon City to prac
tice some yeats ago, and dm lug his stay
hole he put bis son through the Western
Dental college with the Idea that he
would make something of hlinscir Hut
the jnting man continued sowing wild
oats for some time after. It Is stated
011 good authority that he sold his
diploma, hence his excuse that It had
been lost. AVhlle such an act Is nut
Illegal, It Is considered rtieplj disgrace
ful, piofesslonallv, and the offender Is
always ostracised It vvus this, doubt
less, that led J.ickon to apply foi 11
ceitlflc.ite, for that would at least be a
pi oof that he had completed n coiu.-e In
the college and was qualified to piuottoe.
AVhlle at flallatln ho seemed to have
leformed. for all of the news that
reached Kansas City telatlve to hi in was
to the effect that he was behaving hlm
si If and building up a practice It was
said yesteiday that while heie young
Jackson was, in the habit of leaving his
vvoi It suddenly nnd rtlsiippo.uing tor u
week or ten day at a time.
Tlie following births wire reiKrted to the
board of health jesterday:
Itanson. Ama and I.oda, girl; .",212 Cherry
street; Jul II.
Sennet.!, lienjimln and Kll.i; girl; 1318
Wyandotte strict; July 1."
I.ulnn, IMvvarrt and Annie; boy; July 13.
l-'lmley, Oreene and G. 1'.,; boj ; lOal Hast
Third street: July 1.1
Conklln, William S and Hettle; girl; 2315
Drlpps street; July 13
Alescl. N. and J., girl; C1.1 Hast Fourth
street ; July 11.
Underwood, William and Kosa; boy; Ml
I.vdl.i avenue; July 11.
Smith, I. P. and Agnes; boy; 1017 Hast
Fourth street; July 12
Sublette, W F and .Mrs. W. !; girl; 1131
Holmes street; July 12.
Smith, llarton and Helen; boj ; 1319 Mont
gall avenue; June 3.
llurton, Henry and Carry, girl; 20S Cleve
land. July 12.
Hrlgham, C. S. and 7.. W.; girl; 1717 Pros
pect; July 12
Clark, II II and Mary; girl; Twent
elghth and Jefferson streets, July C.
Hulhrook, Hair and l.iura; girl; 2207
Hast Nineteenth street; Jul 12.
Drill lis Iti imrtiil.
The following deaths were reported to
tlie board of health itsterdav :
Mark. ,Mrtle, 2 months: lll'i Charlotte;
July 13; inanition; tuiri.tt In Union ceme
Abel. Ciiistavo; 3D eais; southeast of
city, Jul II; atcldental diowniiig; burial
Peltoti. Kddle; fi years: 311! Oak: July 12;
tuberculosis; buriil III Union ceineter.
Mills. Zod.i: 2u ears, Tenth and Cainp-be-11,
Jul H; nbitiuotlou of tho bowels;
builnl in Klmwood.
Me.M0rl.111d, James; 31 e.irs; 2",2"i Char
lotto, July 12; Inanition; burial in Union
I'cet, I.eroy Herbert; 12 e,irs: 2111 Hast
Tenth, July II; tetanus; buriil in Klm
wood. lloss. William; 7S ears; city hospital;
July 12; cancer of tho stomach; burial lu
Hatter, C.llbert II.; 5t yeirs; Sua Kvdla;
J;dyf12; pneumonia; burial In Pen' Vun,
falahan, Joseph J.: 22 dajn: 1S37 Wash
Ington; July 1.1, inanition; bulla! in Mount
St -Man's timelei.
Over, Oeorgo It ; S2 yearn; Ktcelslor
Spilugs; July 13; phthisis
Marriage I. Iceni.es ned.
Tho following touples weio yesterday II.
UI'IISl',1 ill ill;..
D.iugertleld Fields, Kansas City, Mo
Vlicu itltiwii, ivuuaas t i, .,iu ,
James M, Tousle, Kansas City, Mo
4,1-litt . upimhkiuii, (vtliettl tvll, .tiu.,,,,
(icorgo Ward Nixon, Aigentlne, Kas,...
Mur Hussell, Argentine, Ivus... ..,,,,,
I.eo Conway, Kansas Clt, Mo,, ,,..,
l.illle llurns, Kansas City, Mo ,",
CJus F. Iluldwln Kldorado, All. ,,,,
Maiia. HooReiiiukle, Kunsas Cjty, Mo,,,,
cnuries compion, Kansas city, Mo
Amanda lluydeu, Kansas City, Mo, ,,,,,, ,23
Mill uml MnrrUou Appeal,
W, 31. Hill, propiletor of the gambling
house at No. 1713 West Ninth stieet, vv tilth
was raided by Oittcer Morun last Thurs
day, was lined Jl) In police court ester,
da. Arthur Monison. a reipieiiter, was
lined J13, and the 110) bond of "John
Jones." who failed to nppcar lor trial,
wab dethued forfeited. Hill und Moriisou
gave notice of an appeal to the cilminal
Opviilns ot llule Avenue.
A Jury in tho major's court iuanl evi
dence etirday in the condemnation pro
ceedings' for the opening of Hales avenue
from I ho couth line of Carle ton place to
Fifteenth street. Speaker Stoner, of the
lovvtr house, presided, in the absence of
-Major Davis, for the llrst time. The Jui'
vcidlct wilt be returned Saturday,
ir.ii lost iin: siioi'i'i.vii hah.
lint hn Nn Sure It Had lleen Mitten
la the 1'ottoltlip,
Abotlt 4 o'clock jostpuiny nfternoon a
well iltrssed Jmlj, 1 ushed Into the 0III1
of Assistant Postmaster Soldlltx ilml In
it Ver excited liiiiliner infiuiupil him she
Imd been robbed. Pome one, she said,
had dirtied nwny her sh.ipplnR I'd In
which wait her ute nnd ottic cash
nnd articles she hurt purchnsed. She
described the inlsultig articles mid was
overjo.ved wlun Mr. Seldlilz reached In
his desk mid produced her pioperty nnd
returned It to her. It had 'been picked
up on Hie walk lu front nf Hie postoitlce,
whole the lady dropped It, and htnfight
In by n couple of bright little newslto.v.s
who sell papers theie each day
The inily hunted up the bov-s, gnve
them a big sack or )omitits mid ti
nickel pitch and told them to be hottest
nt nil times nnd they would nlvvnyn be
prospetotts ami happy. The bov s smiled,
then silt ilrnvii on the tep, intincheil
their pitiniits and rtti imai on the re
wards for mi Impost lire, while the lady
hllirled home, dellghtid with Inn good
A II.VI'I'V Hilt I III). VV,
I'nnulr llepner Uns lllevin Ai.irs Old the
O11.1 she Iteiiliist Hie I'm rill.
Kntiiile llepner, the little Invalid liv
ing; In Hlllngliniu, ICas , who has been
written of s.i extensively In the new's
pners latelv, was II enrs of uko July
in, nnd while she was celebrating her
blrthdii the put rot Major Davis had
purchased for hot anlved at her home,
Pantile wrote to the major yesterilav,
thanking him fop the piesent. She said
It exceeded her fondest expectations nnd
that July 1.1 wn the happiest day of
her life. Pantile's mulher. Mts. Hollo
llepner, nlso wrote to Mr. Davis, thank
ing III in for the piesent. She said that
r.imiln wits ll yearn of age, forty-two
Inches tnll nnd weighs forty pounds
The letter asking- for the piiliot, sip.
said, was sent meiely to please the
little Invalid, nnd evity one was sut
ptlspil when the put rot was lecelved.
Aeeoirtliig to Mrs. llepner, they "did
not know the genetsuis untitle" of the
mayor. Fannie llepner had some plct
utes taken yesteida.v and will send mm
to the majoi. It will tecelve the place
of honor iiihiii his desk.
iftspi'.t 1 1:11 -1 nil i;sr in. fir.
Delllllt.t Art ton Will lie I 1I.1-11 Itv the llitlrd
Next WedlM vl )
The patk and boiilevnid commlsslouei's
visited the West bluff teste tduy tnofli
Ing, that they might be able to see Just
what wan necessary lit be dune to make
the rugged hillside 11 plate of beauty
that can gracefully vvinr the name of
"West Terrace I'.uk." The commis
sioners' walked along Hie lower edge of
the bluff from Seventh "Ini't to Seven
teenth stteet, and tin n bolt along the
upper edge They cMimlmd back yatds
and looked over the blull from eveiv
point of view, und upon the 1 ft ill 11 to
the business pott Ion of the cltv the un
unuiiced tbnt the board will take sumo
dellninite action upon the West ten ace
at the next mooting, Widnosdu nt lei
uoon. Aiound the earth, In ove-v land,
lly even- stieiun that I m avvaie of,
In every town they umlcist mil
How teeth may best be taken care of.
Tiom Jcise Hats to Hlrniah s mount,
. They sing the praise of SO.OIiUNT.
Dentils und I'linertls.
f'latcnco C Dolicl, infant son of Mr.
and Mis Anthoii) Dobel. of 1V.2 Hast Tenth
street, died Sunda at the family Iinine.
The funeial was from Hie luiuie vesterda
lit 2 p. m. lliulal was In .Mount St. Mai's
Miss Jennie Karnst, ag(d II eais, died
early estetilay morning at Scanltt hos
pital from the effts ts of t uiglcal opeia
tion. She was the sister of 1.. W. Karnst,
of Harnett, K is The lemntus weio taken
to C.nnett, Kas, esterday morning for
The funeral of fjuslavus Abi I, aged 2S
vears, who was di owned in 11 pond near
Twenl.v-fouith sti.ft and llarlesiy ave
nue, Sittitday nlglit, tixtk pin. v.sterdiy
morning .it '.) St) o'i li k, from tin residence,
Tvventv -foul th stieet and Ilanbst ave'
nue Il11rl.1l was In Union I'limius.
Dinlel O'H.ikidi Shannon, ngi.l - vi'ars,
died Sund.i.v nlglii .11 Ids home. 1, truer of
Hrookivn avi-nue and Hlin.i street The
funeial will be at '1 o'clock this morning
at St. John's ohur. h Iluilal will be lu
.Mount St. .Mai's cemetery.
The funeral of Ze.la Mills, aged 20 enrs,
who died Satin da at hei home, 2lnS I'ros
pect avenue, took pl.uo eslcidav at -' p
m . from tlie t evident e Iluilal was in Klm
fiustave New in in. ageel 11 tears, died
Sunda, at Ills burnt- 1WI IVnn sunt The
funeral will bo tct-.l.iv at 2 it. in, frem the
rtsldence The setvliis will In iiu.lt , I lie
misplei s of lodge Nit I. Knights 01 Pth
las Iluilal will be In Union ceni. itr
Mis. Jtos lVIm I lgcd 13 years, dlt d
Sunday at her lioni. Ninth and Tioost
Slie was born In I: liemla. The fuiut ti
will be from the lesl.lence to-day nt 2 p in
llurlil will be lu Klmn'ood Cenielei
Alia. Saiah J. Douglas, aged fit e,irs,
died yesteiday moining nt In r horn, lu
Centropolls, Mo Tie funeral will be from
the home at 9.30 n.loclc this morning,
llurlil will bo at II nl;m. ill's Mills ceme
tery. The funeral of llllnm Iloss, aged 7S
years, who died at Fust stieet and llionl
way Saturday night, took place- osterday
afternoon at .1 o'c I.m k fiom Knight .V: Sut
ton's undertaking parlors. Hurlal was in
The funeral uf th.- Infant son of Mr nnd
Mis. Slelvs, of SlMli and Holmes sliecu,
who died Sunda.v night nt the f.imllv
nome, IcoK piiue isitniny at 3 p 111 .fi.uii
liuri.il was tu Union ceme-.
Neglect your hair nnd you loe It. I'.vitKKit's
Haiu Ilil.sAM rinows 1 ha ki on tli and color.
IliMiriiL'Oii.ts, Hie best cure for ioru, iScts.
II. Alexander, D illas, Is at the Coates.
(I. Ilus-ell, St. Paul, Is at tho Coates.
T. Fuller, .Memphis, Is nt the Coitea.
S. .Moore, Denver, Is at the Coates
H. CI Ilk, Om 1I1.1, Is at the Coates.
It. 11. Hughe. Cln. lnniitl, Is at the Coites,
I! O, Maithewsuii, Louisville, Is .11 the
(l. i. Houghton, I..in Vegas, g nt the
P. II Adams, St I.ouls, Is at tho Coatee.
C. K. idveimuie, Chicago, Is at the
fail fialrf, Cluthile, O. T., s at tho Now
J D. Davis, Pittshuig, Kas., Is nt tho
Nt w Albany
J. S. Howteu, Nevada, Mo , Is at tho Now
I! Dcutch, Qulney, III., is at the New
Albany. John Jl. 11 an, Wentoti, Mo,, Is nt tho
New Alb my.
A. J. Leupolrt, Memphis, Tcnn., is ot tho
W. II. Miller and wife, DeWItt, Mo., tire
at the Vlctoila.
P. I,, Docker, Denver, Col., U at the Vic.
J. H Hmmr!ion, St. Louis, Mo,, Is at the
l.t-e Nance, I.oulsvlllB, Ky., Is at the, Vli
toria. (Jeuigo T. Hume, Austin, Tex., g at the
1' It Wheeler, New Voik cllk, Is at the
ll, II. Cunningham, Now York city, is at
John W DoFord, of Ottawa, Kas., was In
the tlty esterda.
Ilev. J. ll Iliant of Fort Scott, Kas.,
was In the city tsi,rday
W 11. Hills, of i'ort Scott. Kas.. was in
the city csterda 011 business,
J It. llurton, of Abilene Kas., was a l,
Itor in Kansas Cit isterday.
HAS NO EQUAL
NEW GAS ORDINANCE,
IMIUItlt'CI.I, V KANSAS CM11'
l.ttllll AMI COUt: ( tl.MI'A.SY,
Is Itefprred to a iniiiiilltre mid nil I'nr"
ly lleporl Islltputril Villi rlueti
.siilniiiilc ami Wine 1 tignge
III n lliatiil llrlt.it i'.
At the meeting of thr . nun. II list night
an ortMniinre mantlnR the K,inas City tlnn
l.lRht and tok. Coiunn.v n new franchise
to supply gns to the people of Kansfls I'll)
for thltty ean nt Jl iwr l.iK) feet net vv-dn
read In both hoiifcu nnd leferred 10 the
wmi committee ot tho Mine.
lu the upiicr house there wns a lively
row between Alderman Phlnnlck, who wns
In the ehntr, nnd Aldrrmnn Wm-, III which
the lnttet retired n victory. Th trouble
arose over Hie attempted lefertnee by Al
dftmnn Rhlnnlek, n Brlln president, of
the ordinance nuthorlftltiir the purrhape b.v
the park Ijoard of the block of glound
Itoutidtd b Hlghleenlh, Nltn teetilh, Cber
r and llolmen slice ts, for p irk pin pores,
to the patk and bouleiutd committee ap
pointed by PieHdent Tlrrmin at the Inst
A lire number of luibllc lmptovenietit
resolutions and ordlnnneei weie rofericd
to louimltlees, and 11 number of ouUimmcs
eonllrmltig eontnn tr, weie pastd.
The fiaiichlse asked for by the Kansas
Clt (las l.lKht and Coke foinpaiiy dif
fer from that Rtanfil the Mlrroml (las
Comttnii In but four lespet is. I-Ttsi
That section of the Missouri Has Company
franchise teiiultiiig a boiul to be given. In
suring Hint the plant tie built, was omit
ted, for the good riason that the plant Is
SecondThai tuition designating that a
c) rutin amount of pipe lie laid within a
eettiln time was nlso omitted
Third -That settlnn requiring II.ii0 to be
ileposlti.l In Insuie stttets In lug lepalred
aftet Ihe pipe were laid was omltlid
Foul Hi A sei lion wis added vvhltli
spec Hied that the conipany. In conldiri
tlon of tin granthiB of the fram IiIsp, on
or liefoir the acceptiuit-e theieof, shall
agree to thete conditions The motion Tur
a reliinirlng of the ease of slate e lei
Altornc) (irnernl U alkei vs. Pa)nu,l al,
now pending In Ihe supntne court of MIs
soilll, b- wlthdtiiwn, Ihe tun of Kansas
City (las Light and C.tke Comp.itiv vs
Kansas Cltv. now pending in tlie United
State c li ult touit Is lo be dismissed,
all of the Mists of the litigation over the
gas flam hie, Hit biding th" iittonii ft s
of Win mi, lleali, (Ubson .V. Me l.eoil. and C
t"). Tlehenor, asstant counsel fur the cltv.
are to be paid b the gas companv, th.
conipaiiv must lefund on iiemand to the
city and to piivate lonsuinets all iiiuii. s
tollected at a rate In eees of l r l.imi
feet for gas sold siutt .Mattli 1
It Is estlniitetl that the numev to be ie
fundeil uinlei the last claitni will ainoiint
Fight of the ten mcmlivis of the upiier
hoie were present al list night's mei I
liur, lh" nlisenlees being Aldermen Mor
gan and llvssell Soon after the hoii-
vtas tailed to older, Ptesldent Tlern.iii uti
IiouiK ed Hint he was not feeling will an I
eallid Alderman Shlnlilck to the ehalr
After Hie tiiiii ictlon etf eonsleler.ible busi
ness of n routine ami imlmpoitnnt niiiiin.
the ortnnunce iiutnoii7.mg tlie pane neiani
lo piiitliase the block ttf ground Imiiii.I. d
bv Ulghteetith, Nlneleenlh. Clieitv and
Holmes sticets, which pasted the lovvti
house at the lust meeting, was tend.
"The ordinance Is teftrrtd to the pa ik
nnd boulevard committee. If theie is no
objection," said Acting President SI1I11
ulck. "I rise to a point of onlei," ecl.ilnioil
Alderman W ne, Jumping to his feet.
"There Is no oc c usiuu for a point of or
elet," letoiteil Aid. tluan Shlunlck. "The
ordinance Is lefencd to the puk and
boulet.ird cotumltlee " .
"I m ike the point nf Older that theie
Is net such committee," said Aldeiinan
"Theie Is such a eomniltWo." continued
Alderman Shlnlilck. "It was appttlnti-d
bv Pi-eslelfiit Tlernati at the last uu ctlng.
The aldeiman is out of order unci will take
"1 am not out of order and will not take
mt seat," Alderman Wvne shouted. "Wo
have a tule here tb-at provides that tlie up.
polnttueul of all committees must be con
tinued b the house."
"Vou are out of older," said Alderman
Shlnnlik, pounding upon the m irble slab
In front of him with his gavel "The serge-ant-.
it-urins will se-it the meuibei "
Alileimiin Wne again di'c-lar.Hl that he
was not out of older and ec lalmed: "I
won't sit down I am a member of tills
house and I know my rights and I pto
pose to unlnttiln tlu-in I will not be bull-
lo.ed b vou. I move that the ordinance
be referred to ccinimitte'e on public build
ings and giounds "
.Mderiiuin Shlnlilck de-claied the motion
out of onlei and said 1tl1.11 at the last meet
lug of the house Preside. nt Tie 1 nun had
aimilntcd hlinstlf and Aldcimr-u I! little" and
D.ihl a oommlttce on pirks and boule
vards lu tiecoi chiiee with a resolution
adopted bv the bouse .unending one of
tin- rules of Ihe house-
Aldeiman Wvne- -ml the itsoltitlon was
not properly pass.,1 and that tin appoint
ment of the committee was net enullrun I
bt the lietuse, as lecpilied bv illlttthi t tule
'"l'he resolution was piapeilv pass,.)
Aldeiman Shlnnl. k said, "and tin luuis
. until mecl the appolntnient ot tht .umii t
l , h c ause no objts. tlttn was ma I, w h 11
the c-oinmittei was announced -
Aid-tin. lit Wvne Mood upon Ills to,- m I
shook his list uieniit'lugl nt tin' .0 una
pitsldeiil, and said: '"Hint's toui oiu "1
but ll don't govern this house. Il nevei h.t
and It n.'vet will "
Alderman Shlnnlik ngalu vlgor.ni-lv
Irttindtd the 111 irble slab, "Serg.-aiit.il
nuns, do vour duly." be i-v lalun d I'm
him In his seat ' Ptolessot S 'hin 1 ni inn
the si rgt ant-at-arnis. hesitated, vtln-i.iiti
on Aldiiman Shinnlck resumt-il 'I , uu
niand ou to seat him" Piofessor Shu, 1
inann walk d over to where Aid -1 man
Wjne wis slandlng and laid his hand up
on that meml)er'.s shouldei Aldeimin
Wvne Jiiked nwny from him and shout. I
at the same time pointing his bid. s nog. 1
it M.leiui in Shlnnn-k
"Vou and void piesldent 11-' Ilium 11
override Hie will of lie- m--inbrs of ih s
hon-., but ton can't dn it lb put .u
In ih.it thiir to carr out tills s, hi uu lie
. llll-e lie didn't lime the lieivi lo fm
tills house on this iiutstiou"
Aldiim-in Wvne then read the rub of Hie
hoiisc provliiug that appulutmeuts of ,0111
mil ties must bo continued b the I1011
During the disc tslon be bail cilbd f.ei
the ttcoil of the last meeting, .net at this
Juncture the clerk appeared with ii and
te.itl thnt put showing the appoiutm-1 t
of the committee. Nothing was wild lu the
minutes about the appointment luting he, n
c ununited ii a voio 01 ine mtmiiers ui
After fiutlicr wrangling between Aldei
men Wne and Hlilnnick a vote was talon
upon the motion of Aldeinian Wjne to ,.-fi't-
the ordinance to the enmmltti e .ui
public buildings and giouiuls Tint mo
tion was adopted by a vote ot "1 to 2 Tin
votc for the motion Wire nst by Allir
nit 11 Wne, Dihl, Monlfon, Phillips .1 11 1
Johnston The negative nto weie c i-t
bv Preslilent Tliimui and Aliliinini Shin
ulc k and 1 1 lit t Ilt
I'reKliUnt Tlein.m then niose to a qui s
tiou of personal priv lh a' lb slid 1h.1t
he had iml c illoil Alderinan Shlnnl. k ti
the chali because he w is licking in nei n
as tliaitftd I) Aide t limn W ne, Inn be -euuse
he was ton si, h to pie-dde
A coiniuunli.itiiin from J II llicmrrm inn
was read and leftited to Ihe judltlait- , om
nilllee He said that he hail Icirneil 11, .111
pertiidntj the newiptprr.s that the ,0101 d
was aliout lo .ippiopriatc J:i.'l to pav I r
revising and making a new ompti uion .f
the tlty ottllnam es, and tliat he would .lo
tlie work for $l,0eo
The ordinance griullns a new frin Ii e
to the K11us.it City (its Light and Coke
Comi-.ni was reael mil ttftired to th .n
commltlie, with instiuttlons to r.iuii at
the next meeting
Tlie iiuiue of I'olontl It 11 Hunt hint
In by the m.i0i lot eoniptialler w.io ic
jected by the hoiine in exccutlvo session
'I l ; I owi r lliui"e.
The lower house disposed of a sin ill bti r
n'ct and had no exi'luiueut whatever The
priiiLlpil matters broughi before the house
were the ordinance to give the Kansas,
Clt Oa Light and Coke Ctimpui) a fi in
chlse, and th oidlninco 10 ii-ptal an onli
nmee piaviillng for the pavlns of Hast
.Miietccnin sue-u wiin nricie
The itpeahng ordinance reterred to Is an.
other Incident In the struggle between
Nlneteentli street property owners who
favor Inlc-k pavement, and those who favor
Tlie gas ordinance vvus lefeired to the
gas commute, without Instructions, but
the hope of a peerty leport was cxpresse-l,
A bat1lt.1i ui Jin.tiKe, providing for tho
1 lass of w uons to bo used in cleaning cess.
1100U und vaults which was tent lu by the
iioinl of health at the last meeting ot the
luuiuil, was passed. An ordinance to
change the gra I. of Thirteenth street, from
Floia 10 Vim was passed, ami the names
or these streets ordered changed: HlUabeth
street, lit South park addition, to be
changed to Terrace; Hlevvnth. Twelfth,
Thirteenth and Fourttenth streets, in tjiiln
otte's addition, weie oidere'd changed to
Miehlgau ,ituuc Huclld annuo, Uailteld
avenue and llrooklii avenue, respect Iwly,
Iiuniun uv nut was onlered opened from
NlcbgUuu w .iuirls avenue.
Tin- fjocroR's coi.uriN.
A fuffer, r. St. t.oul Will von ptMe
give me n i.me-dy for nmlitrliil fever?
Tittte IVI n, (H IMhi, otte, three times
dnll. for two tefk, thrti one mnrrume
urm evnlnK IUln N otiii weik to take
CrtMliir txtra. t of the l.enrt, III thri
ditip dose., thrfe time dall).
, It. ll, Omthn-The best rrmr-ly for ymir
troubli 5 r. stlne Take It Ih five drop
lores, on I h.. tonftuv, three timer illl
Ue told fngr. bttiMtitf evet-y morning
W f).. St rtiiltt -Voii nthsstlnns urtt n.
rwerrtl it, rotation. No l.teri No. t. Ifnh.
Bbly, No. 8. Tnlre Testine in tlve dhtp
doses, three tuner dnliv. tot tT wrekr,
thn take irrehrirre, extrttet of the hfnln,
Ift rnme etose nnd Itmnnrr, alternatlnir.
Iltltns New Vnrk.-t ttm li-onbteit with
ulcers on mj hg, Whftt would recommend
im a cures
Take Th rntdlne, in thre drop dorrs.
Hint times ebtlly ,m the tongue itntbe
with hot water, a tearpoohrul of Imrnx In
eeh bnsin of vtnteL Keep the Invvil-teKiiInt-
with Nmollthe frills.
,F. II. riillitrtetfinli; A. A. W. Chi. 11. .
A II T, Sloiiv ("Itv, i.i F II.. Hi-i.lt.
H,rt, Conn - fee answer to ll I: , nmnli i
llrjn Mawr, Pa. -I hove ii e-n ttoubl- I
for 11 nir p1t With IliellM It ling .1 l
over tut bod, without a r.ih of ii k 1 '
Whet Would vou advise'
Take t'erebrln.. In live drop dc.c, tlir
times tlnilt, on -he' tongue 1111 .- or twi
11 vvnk ttilie a don of Nntroli I u Salts 10
tegulate the bow. Is
U. T PMlKUit M. D.
P S All letteis or ln.lll) oil til. ll. ill
suhjoi t' dire Ii I to tht I nliiiiibii Clieuiliiil
Companv iishitiitlot,, D C . will be ati
swerid fr.-e, either in th.se columns or by
THE ANIMAL EXTRACTS,
'I he titieit wotiilei fill Iher ipeiitle
tllsiuttr.t slntt. (tit tins uf tlc-iincr.
ci:iii:iiitisi: riom the ttniu
For diseases of the Unln and Nervous
Ml'llt l.l.tVi: I rum tlie sub, it Cord
For Kpllepsy, Locomotor Ataxia, etc.
CVItlilM: rriini tlm III art
For Diseases of the Heart.
For Premature Decay.
For Dlseaaes of Women.
For Herein 1 and Impurities of the Illood.
I, itce, A Drop, ,'rb e, twit Unit bins, M.-."..
1 i:inti(-ii)i. I'll. 1. s
For m-ilarlil a IT. 'Ions ami all lnflniuma.
lory Ileases of which Fever la nn accotn
liaiilmt nt 1 if Inistiui.ible v tlue In Ncutal
gi.l, for Sltk Hcmlm he a sn elile
Pi Ice per bov or 20 pills, ro cents.
One bundled UN fi (1
N V I III, I I I lilt s VI Is
For Habitual Cmstip itlon, T -rpor of the
llowels or linn inn ,,r the Liter Head
ache, tiiisnle Dsp psla Inttsilnal D8
p, jisia Want or V.tie t,nui:iiir and
Deblllt a tuil I. c n". tit ptihgttlte
It hi n 1 .'niai Pre. .0 its pet bu.tle
All ciru 1 s or
COl.t Mill t III, IMC l I (IVll'.tNV,
VViisliliiglun. I). (.
CLEARANCE SALE !
.Vow Dry Courts Stock to lie Closctl Out.
Jiuiismiiiil SIiiit l-'ixt nrus lor .Sale.
Fine Fren.li Wool ( lallirh, were
M. , F,c , now
I 'am v Wool Di
(io.ids, weie i' if,
I table of Diuks. Ilatistes, lliilllauls, -7
JMipics, were 15c nnd IV, now.
Pennies, worth 7'-.c, S 1-Rc and
Ladles' Calico Shirt Waists
lee f .
Shirt Wulnts ....
1,000 nnl Wide Hamburg
ingB, worth lOo and 18c, now
Chlltlien's IurnsoIs, worth fi"e, now
Mles' Fancy Parasols, worth TV,
JI.K ami $13;,, now
Ladies' Iincy Parasols
2.73 and 3j0, now
110 s' Negligee Shirts
.Men's Xegllie Shirts,
Ladles' Duck Suits,
c'hlldirti's Mull and Rill
Mull Caps, vvoi Hi .'iltc, '
Tenth and Walnut Streets .
Make Your Home Comfortable !
m.MM. a FAVORITE
Tin t 01
111 t" t.lt
t ' opt 1 1,
1. 111 Me. I
I lulll Ill
th 10 a can
ZrllEi, k BATTELL
NO l:! WKST TKXTII
take too much of
It nuciichcs vour thirst
That's the lct of it.
Imnrovcs our licalth
lUNtitkMtntlifi&iilMiii Hil ttf
ramous for u lualth Blvitn; waters. An
Ideal fcuinuier r-sort Cool brteiet. from
tho pine fovcied mountains. lleautlfiil
nenerj. l'ine hotels.. W'titc to (leorKO il.
Walker, "topri lor "Tho Mansions" and
the "Manitou House" for rates und other
hi THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK,
.Ten ctuts a wi'ik.
II il-' an I O"
f, and s7 li)Q,
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
, ifcid. -.
Over M0 Tooth Kxtractnl Unity. NO
PAIN Ott DAMS UK. Artlltelnl TcctU
vvai'raiitcit to Fit 1'eri'ctly. Docaycit
nml aclilnc teeth. If worth it, llllod uutl
725 IV1AIN STREET
ALTMAK. KAULBACH i CO.. Proos.
TUESDAY, JULY 16.
Veil urle ,, peril
( ttliipiili lu
sale nt J let ird
1 nits lioea
1-3 vi) and
last wi:i:k of tjii:
The iter! tl wonders
Afternoon and ivenim perfotnianc. s free.
Ll.ctile tats lo the 11.11 1. evei few nilli
Tin? hit up Tin: sfaso.v
M. 1 olid and List V uk of
'A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM,"
Itl VIIT.lt slot K (OVIIAN,
Lv. rt etetilnu at y '"' v.ith spt.ial tna
Inee St.tliir.l.it. Inlv 20 at ., I . Pi ins e,
TI. and Si ti Tie ttt 1 tl iln3 tit T 1 1, "IB,
7 rtl an 1 S 0j 11 lo. k
HARDING nnd AH SID.
The ctlebri't 1 pintomiiie airobittc act.
The Lilt ,lui:-.'li r an I Contortionist
Vft" I Co -I t-V.Mtll I'll
f.rt Ml I t .11 So 1 .at llllv II
Ctllltltt I tot, lllll Mellket Show
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MORE RAGES DAILY.
Atlm IsbIoii SO Conts L.lcllos Froo
If you havo novor tricjd
I'ozovi'h n do nut know what an ideal
complexion pncwler is Sold everywhere
la tlm Tpt vr't i,! 1 Irs rnnttrt
"Imp! t lilt ut tin or I. 1 of tht .ik- ' 1
no empt upu1ir14: I ui N Tli1 inHeif
m it hiii t . mpliii" - th iltrlif tn If- -Wh.it
th in Stiuih I'ttini.'p i4ii 1 o
cant tu dot n 1 t i v r It r U. u
hushfl-' ! t Mni iiiN I'M i bni.k !o
efvorlptU i uf ill th, , iu I mt-- th.it wo
hCU I t'T tli JlkH L, I'l ' III) lltKhi r
term- iw f ill r 1 in nth. r tn 1 htm m't
in.ili H-ttr t th In t while jouro
rottiriK -una tho inht s tho Smith
IV9. S. EYLAR, Mgr.,
I 1.1 Ural Dttl Mrt'ft.
W. 11 C'LiKKt, r,C J. VV llARNH.SfC
A. A TOMiiMto.s, Prcr. C It liscKwi!ix,TrcL
OF KANSAS CltfiT, MO.
sew tuiih urr. ui.ildisu
Afconnts, subject; to cliet-lc nt
slsrht, I'oct'ivcil iVoin iiulivhliials,
firms anil (orpnr.'Uioiis on tim
most Jhvorablo tonus.
Lejral doio,itory for Court ancj
Ants as F.xecidtor, Guardian,
Ailiuiuistrator aiul Keceivcr,
alho as Jti'giitrar ami Transfer
Acent for Stoel;s ami HomK
ON HKOWN'S WKU Hurltnsum, IVH. (TJ
OTllea fiom I'tdtaKo, VU. Cent. It. IL, and C KI ,
.V M. I'JUl U K 1 Crows. Cottage.
ItonlMats, Steam ll.irse.t. Water Tobou.
Kins, UaiiciiiB Hall I.atllM' tnd lirntlemen'a
llowlliitf Alley itud llllllard Hotmit All modern
Improvement:! lUodilo lights lu roomt ami
Krottnils. Drthestra bteain llarKs to llathlus
I, round, tuny, Kuic-ti liattilni; OroumU in
hl-ite. 1'iue l.liery, 1'jue lve Itefcreacei
N Illl.NCHMAN', Jit, Manager
111 1 nti 111 n-rnn mnif rnittirn
WAMHNb UN Ml
VVI ! VI. , f)-1
ISTL Cm.-, Ii Pimmmi,
mK...t. mi, uilllUI llijIIIILl
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jtiv . - n-4. 1 ii r . f iiv
x ii i i7Pn 1 - jq
jou ltiitl u trua u Jtu iti, cbtrge, vitlo:! ciifj
t)t' Tmtnl unci Fiiiulnt-il lre.
919 WALNUT ST. KAN8AS CITY, MO,
THE JOUliiNAfc, 10c Week