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TITK KAXSVS CTTV JOI.TKXAL. WF.DVESDAV ,K,L l, ITO
X AMKEWS DIVORCE CASE
hA THK ri.At.S IIIT1 1. 1.I.M inusKHlV
I J IK- tMIAH'V. MAIllllllll t.tl i:.
J Cllm III. Ulfr Alni.,,1 tlhn mit ttnnlit
"ji it IVrinll Mini In Ml III. llel.
ntlvrn - 3lr. Viiilreti. Dr.
f ll All ( harm-..
Th hnarlns of the evidence In th dl
one mjio of Atnnuor Animus ftf.tlnut
Morla Therein Andrew who liegun Itefore
Sp-' Inl Jutlne Temjd.tle jputerriuy. Mr.
Andrew vho Ik mnniiwr of the v.Vp.
Varpo llt'ire! Oomiwnj- for the (Yntrnl
division. . hniRes lil wlfo with grow rtbiifo
Mr Atilrcivn l reprpupnlril In the mill
b.v .) I) MoTrimble, while .1 V. t. Koran)
In tooklrigr nftor the lntrre.ls of the de
fendant, Mnrln Thetetui Andrew The
u:sband w.ti on the wltne jtnnJ nit day
vestenray ami told hli idde of iho stor..
To-d.ij Mr?. Andrew i will testify to milt
Mnntliite thp retinal denial he hn en
tered In reply to her hii'diMitl' ptliloti.
Thr story a told hy Mr Andrew!) pfter
il.iv Ik that the were ntnrrloil In Alameda,
cm. September S. 1V.C. b Hev. A. II. An
drew, of the l'plsc-opnl him h. nnd nn
tmclr of the pl.ilntlff. After a brief wed.
dlliR tour spent In fnuthern California they
returned to Portland, Ore. where they
made their home frr a short time, when
he imii transferred to Lou Angeled, where
he mri'h.icri a homo for M.2R0. ahe ntni;
I, O of the pnrchHBe price. In 18 Mr.
Andrews was made division superintendent
or the compnnj, with heuiliiuiirtem at
Omaha Here the llel until two ear
oeo, when he was nude manager of the
Central division and eame to Knnmii Cltv
and lived at the AtouliiKiie hotel until the
ceparation. when he moved to the Co itett
Mr Andrews eh.irKen hi wife with var
ious Indignities and threat" HK.iltmt him
celf his life mill the lire or bin Hitter.
She olijei-tou he testllled, to M- patent!,
nnd would not allow them to Mult him or
him to no to pee tliein She heat him with
a enne and threatened to kill hi in several
time anil onre polnteii a pltnl at him
and at another time tiled to Utah hli sis
ler with .1 pair of i lor She tefimed
to allow her huhand to Klvo enploment
to his lfter and created a eelic at San
.loo while MMilnfc hl parents", and op
posed all c (Torts to elTeet a leconolllntliin
between herself and her husband' famll.
When Mr Andrews desired to nieompanv
his used mother to CIiIimiko she objected,
ho FaiS. and sent a leleRr.itn ti the presi
dent of the express company stnthiK,
"Where Is your liiun.iRer. Ills wife is heie
sick and needs his care," miiklm.- It neces
sary for Mr Andrews to tell his family
trouhUs to the otllelals or the express coni
liins He testllled hhe was In the habit
or scoldlni; and miKKltiK; him about trivial
mattcis and orcaslonullv Indulged In the
luur of calllnK him i't names not f?on
erall ueil as tei ms ot cndeniincnt. Sho
hatred him for vveohi bei.iuso he bought
a pair of pants to ro to a socl.il.,
In reply to these cliarRes Mrs. Andtows
"I admit " Is the wouVms of the answer,
"that we were manled as stated, and that
we lHed together until September 1, 1VM.
ns husband and wire. AIo that plaintiff
has been miirlcd before his m irrl.ipe with
defendant to a woman from whom he was
divorced, ami that by her he had one son,
but I denv that I used abusive luiiRiwiKe
towards his relatives except such as were
prompted bv their attacks upon this de
fendant and their lnterfeience with our
Theie are but a half doen witnesses In
the case, but depositions will be lead to
prove that Mrs. Andrews possessed an
amiable and sunn) temper.
Mri. Andrews sat In the couit riom with
n ladv friend, alternately 1 uiKlilmr and
irlnR hysterical), ns her husband toll)
the stor of his marital woes. She Is a
Rood looklnpr woman, rather tall, with
llRht blue e.vcs and wavy brown hair and
tasteftillv and neatlv dressed
Mr Andiews h.i- been In the employ of
the Wells-KaiRo Kpres Company since
1S71, and has steadily advanced In the eiv
tce of the eompanv until he holds one of
the most responsible positions In the Rift
of the company.
New suJts rllell.
:r?A Mary Alice Ullle vs. OeorRO H,
UWi James Doarn vs. I. O. John ct a);
Injunction. . ,
:4'3S Itlchard Ch imherlln vs. John
n.inehon; appeal from Justbe ICrui Rcr,
2I5SO O. S Clumberl iln ct a) Sj. W. U.
Campbell et al; account.
t'nlted Slate Marshal Shelby will return
to-dn from Spiinslield. Mo, wheie he lias
been attnidlnK the ses-dons of the United
State court, held by JuiIkc Paiker.
. A suit for a divorce was Hied In the
elrcult couit yesterday by Maiy Alice l.ll
lle dK.itnst her hiisbiud, fleorRe II. I.illie.
I.lllle works at the Kans.ib City View Com
pany, 11)1 Walnut street. The petition ul
Copies of the water works amendment, of
the ordinance authoilzliiR the spi clal ele -tlon
to vote upon the s mie, of the contrait
for the sale 01 the water works bonds and
of the supplemental eontrict with the bond
pill chasers were Hied ye-teida by the at
torneys for the eitv In the olllee of the
clerk of the I'nited States limit couit.
The injunction asked bv the v'lii.MRo ,i
lton railioad to lestraln the Subiiibau
Belt ralltoid Mom bulldlm; a sivitih acro-s
rtain property owned bv the former com
pany was printed bv .IiuIki Sianltt ves
teidiy. The Uelt people hibornl undi t a
niijapprehensiun as to theii ilRhts in the
matter and did not contest the Injunction.
The will of the late Albert (1 Mohn, llled
In the probito court estenlav. contained
in uncommon provision. In that JiiJ each
was bequeathi'd to his father, mollnr and
brother, "all or Lincoln, III . to reimburse
them for anv inonev they will expniil In
attendinR m.v fumral" The balanie or tho
propertv, including i-onie ptrsoiuil propi-tty,
JSfluO life Insiiranie and Keveial plis-es of
Ten) estate loiated in Kansas L"ll and
T'ueblo were lert to his wir and childu 11
i: V, Davie was appointed executor of tho
will. Mohn was a steam litter and lived at
SIM Chestnut strict.
ha v m.coni) orrnNsi:.
He mil Have n lleiirlui: tliilj nil 1111 the
Charge ot .StealbiR 'lolnitiii.
'A'alter L. Hd, who was ariested Mon
day afternoon by Humane oilh r Ciretn
mnn. Immediately urter htealiiiR I wo Iioms
of eisars from the stole of (j. M. I'oley,
on West fifth street, was .uialRiud bel'oto
Justice Case yesteiduy and his trill set
for July 3i. In default ot $M bail ho was
taken to Jail. Kay was hound over to the
rmiuI Juty by JustUc Case only lust
Thursda for stealliiR two mando
lins, valued nt C"., fiom .Martin, Suydei .c
Co, music dealeis at Hwl Main street. He
had Riven batinfaeiory bill foi his uppeai
ance before the Rraua jiTry and vva.s tnjo
Inp temporao' llbert, when he made bis
second attempt at takliiB somethliiK that
did not heloiiu to him. Hay el ilum to
have at one time been 11 wealthy niuslo
dealer in Knnsas Clt, iIoIuk bublncss near
I'iftppiith and Main streett He has al-
was borne a uood reputation, and has at
different times been emnloeil hj the most
le&puusiblc wnolesale piano houses in tho
Why Dim i I'elliiii iet Vellou?
You needn't mail nn unawer to this sim
ple conundium We know that you know
(hat a fellow wo use the tuiiu In no uf
fensdve ieiibe is yellow beeaiibo ho H bil
ious. In other words, his liver has gut out
of Older, his bowels have bconio iiinstl
pated, His skin und c balls a.sunie (a.
most unwariantablo assumption) u s.ufion
tlnKe, his ioiibuo puts 011 u coal uf fur,
even In the summer time, beneath his llRht
biiQUldei blade and libs twlnues remind
him that a very restless Imp It. In their
Immediate vlclnlt. Now, If this hupliss
Individual will simply pioeure and use.
at once Uostettei's Stomach llltteis he'll
be all rlsht shortly, t'unstlpatloii, bilious
ness, inalaiia, IndlKestion, iheumallsiu.
neuiaUjia and dLsorder of the kldne)s and
bladder all jleld to this peerless family
lemedy and pi event ve l' It pioiuptli,
with perslstenie and regulaiit. A wine
Elasful thrice dull).
Hi cord of CmUr's Heath.
clliiR ilajor Tleinan received a letter
ektenlay fiom an uttoni'y In UollnRton,
i'a asklnR Information rvardlni,' the death
of Edward Carter, a caipenter, who was
killed In 1SSI by fallitiK olf a building- in,
Kaneas Cit Carter's nldow, who lives In
Dollngton, needs the namo and location of
the building In order to seeuiu a pension
as the widow of a soldier of the lito war,
which Carter wan Tho cot oner's tecordi
only data back to HM, how over, and no
mention of Carter can be found upon, tho
When you sutler frmii nick headache, diz
ziness, constipation, etc, tvintiaitier Carter's
Llitio Uver I'Jlls will ullevq you OUu pill Is a
(Joliic to Ho llt To-Uayt
Get an electriu fan of us. fiate City
Eltctrlo Co., 71T Delaware st, Tel. 2U5. J
AN ORDER RESCINDED,
lloird if Public Murks Hiom-iliteri
Arlluii Itidillve to Ha Mains 1111
Thp Imnrd of public works hn
clnded IK ordr of .lulv IS, whtih ilutes
lhl no n rnnlUn shall be hid nn Inde
pptnlpnce avenue )ietwpon Wnlrond nnd
tUttdslone avehiuM), upon rtla!tonp ave
nue, north of Woodland rvpuiip, or tuniti
Pcarntt avenup from Wnodlaml 10 the city
limit, oarp between the iddewslkn. and
the nbiiltlnn propertj TJip ordpr waa
fpacinded upon Mr, slavpnn' motion, at
the board meeting Held yeotprdny
The board reeelvPd ft commiinhatlnti
frorn K, o. Mnrfast, rennrdint the paving
of Troot avenue with aaphalti fmln
Twpirth street to flnpteerlth trept Mr.
Moffatt stated that none of the rpsldent
property ownetn In the dlsttlet would
sln the petition for thr pavlnit unleaa it
was understooil thai the street was to be
paved clnnt Bcrois-hptweeti rnr tracks nn
well as near the sldevvatlts
All ntdinnnip providing that Central
Mreet be paved with asphalt, from Slith
street to Ninth street, was npprovptl.
SupprlntPtidpnt of Street Iiodd vvrtaln
slrnctpd to notirv the Kansas t'lly Im
proved Street Sprlnklln Company, which
ha thp contra.t to sprinkle West Hltth
liect to put morn water upon the strePt,
and make it thoroughly wet. Peter II
Tlermiti, whose place of bulliei I upon
SKth street, made lOinplnlnt of thp way
thp sprlnkllnit was done
Clt KnKlnecr niiey's plnn for the
first pction or thp n. ic creek aewer.
which Wire stibmlttpil al Hip lat niPtlHK
or the board, w.rc crrllfled ns ananerlnc
the rennlrenipnts of thr ordlnaiiie pro-
viuinR tor tnp construction or the sewer,
and' will be pnsonted to the loutidl for
THE LATEJC. DAVIS,
Action Taken by the srhiilir of the Hen
Ion Sibool, of MI1I1I1 Hie l)iiinrd
AVaw for te irs the Prim Ip il.
At the Iletiton school house, eorno" of
rourteenth and Lllierty streets, last night,
the scholars and a number of friends of
the late Professor J. C Davis assembled
to pu leaped to his memor. The audi
torium of the school wa mappil 111
mourning, as were the desk an I chair of
the late professor, lir. J. Hrtimniell Jones
presided and Miss DcWItt acted as sei re
tary. Several addresses wire dtllvend,
testifying to the high esteem In which Pro
fessor Davis vvns held, and the following
revolutions were ndopted:
"Whereas, Divine 1'iovldeiiee has taken
from our midst our late teacher and dear
friend, Mr. J. C. Davis, and
"Whereas, While how In submission
to our Ileavcnlv Cither, we do not the less
mourn for 0111 teacher and rrbnd, who has
been called fiom his labors to test
"Ites-olved, That the residents or West
Knnsns Cltv have lost a noble citizen, who
has been the friend or the people he so
fnlthfullv served tor the past seventeen
curs. An honest and upright man. whose
virtues endeared him not onlv to his pu
pils, but to all who knew hint
"ttesolved, That the pupils and friends
ettend to the wife nnd family of the de
1 -used their sympathy In their sad nllllc
llnn. "Iteolvcd, Tint .1 1 opv of these resolu
tions be sint to the f.imllv and to the dallv
papers, MliS rilAN'ClS LYONS,
"I'HflM S J IIAflti:.
"ciiAitLi:s a mv.lm:,
COMIC OI'HHA As , sATIHI'.
'the (lieu, Meaning 1 lileh Has .Mmln "l'lli
afore" the (iriitlHt nf Comic Operas.
The light opeia has not developed In the
direction which it at one time piomlsed to
take. N'o 111010 brilliant vehlik lor political
and national satire would seem possible
than the populiu light opu.i. Tor Instance,
the woman auiftagu ipicstion, for 11 ulevir
Inventor of plot and libretto, would foim
a comic opera subject which would set all
Ameilca hoi earning It would have u tte
imndous ,uu in HiiRland.
"I'imuoie," the gnu of comic operas,
came Into hlch favor nirtlv tliinueh Us
comprehensive and timely satire. To the
Aiueiican puiuic 11 seems simply 11 Deautl
rul eieatlou of wit and scliitllfnnt music
In Imghiud It was a "loasl" ot the ipieen's
naves, done up in melod, and It made the
roval admiinltv white
Sir Joseph Portei, IC H with "his
slsteis and Ids cousins and his aunts," who
slogs of bow he lose rrom 0III1 e bov. and
b his "line round hand" and "nevel going
to sea." beiame tho "Mile! of the queen's
naves." is a hot shot. And tile didlclous
absiiidltv ol the ndnilial iepi Imuuiliug the
captain 101 saying "damn It," and Insti tid
ing him to pieface his commands to the
men with, "If you plinuc," was not 1111 Idle
witticism It was something that "Cluls
tlau" admiials mid hiimauitatian loids of
the admiinltv made vvty fates over.
In llngland tliei is .1 peiuinlal sc.tie
about the uavv. The icputatfnn of Huglaud
as the sovetelgn ol the s,is has a veiy
rude slunk ever now .mil thin when some
calamltv hnvvlei tiscs up and points tho
linger of scoin at abuts and absurdities
Thus, the comic oiu'ia ot "I'lnatore," In
Its veiy name, is a bltiei nnd evtn Insult
ing dig at the greatest nav v 011 the oceans:
llei majest's ship Plnafoie a lirltlsh
iii.in-of-w,ii--vvu8 named bv a child's gar
ment, anil a female child's gaiment ut that!
"I'llutfon" Is a leteieuee to the nursery,
to suckling Infants, to npion suing, and
It c.uile.) a tieinendous meaning when ap
plied to .1 man-o'-wai.
Tngdhei with this keen sallie, the opera
Is clothed with inmnntli' antl often till 111
Ing melody, ami. In nil that makes it up, it
nmvnivei he mil passed
Main pei suns nave boon familiar with
"Pinafore" without studlng It or catching
the true animus or the title soul of tho
opera. This weik time Is a line oppoi
t unity to ste a thoiough IntcipiPtalnii of
this famous Ti,')ik bv artists capable of
making It rollijj and rhvme and leel with
the tliemo and the melody
A big nudleme enme to Washington park
by the laki'ide last evening antl listened
with renewed delight to tin- New Yoik
comic opera company's work on the ro
mantic stage of the big imitation ship, pie
seuting IMualore "
Charles Caveiiee, llnii' n Well-o-I)i C'ltlren
nf low 1.
Solomon Caveneo, brother of Chailcs
Cavenec, who was killed by a Jlissouil
Paclllt. tinlu near Luke Clt, Sunday aft
ernoon, atrived in this city esteuay Tore.
110011 to take thai go uf the body. Stew ait
it Cauoll piepaietl the body for shipment
und ut 3.15 o'clock esteuluy nfteinoon Mr.
Cave-ve stinted 011 Ids iituin to .Mount
Pleas nit, la., with it II staled that his
hrotlu-t vvas lit one time will-to-do at
.Mount Pleasant, lie was 41 o.irs old and
Al une time he bad been a leal estate
dealer In Linioln. Neb, where ho lost all
the money he had In bad Investments and
In the clash that came with the 1 lose of
the boom He hnd In en a school teacher
at Mount Pleasant, la., and in the conn
tr near there b'or tho past four ears
he bail been w 01 king nt thu stonemason's
tunic Hi hail been in this 1 itv and in
Independence and Lee's Summit only slnm
lust IVbiuary. Sime coming here lie
walked on the riff-r.tlf that was put in on
walked on the ilp-rap that was put In on
the ilvei front ami later In the Ice gang.
He hud an elder In cither killed in Mount
Pleasant in a ruiuwa unidint last June
a eur ago The famll has bad nun. h
trouble of ihls kind, six meinbeis having
died or been killed within the last six.
iurs. The last plai e he hud worked heie
was at the tit 1 111 of Mr Ityeis, four miles
east of Indcpenibme Mr. Sol Caveneo Is
a prospeious fanner living near Mount
PleiiMiiii, ami is chairman of tho county
boaul of suuuviors.
A (ids Muie
or a Hefrlgeiator l Just what ou need
this hot weather We have "lots of them,"
niitl wo will sell ou a l-buiner HAS
STDYH for $17 Jut think of this pilco.
Did you ever hear of such a low price foi
a HAS HANOI:' Don't miss HlU 1 hance
to get one mid buip "dollar" gas and be
loiutortuble In our kitclun. Then a He
filgeuitor. Well, the ale all pi ices, and
jou must see them to appreciate the mice.
We Invite )ou to examine our stock to
nioiiow. If ou want a baiguin.
ZAIINFII ,v IIATTHLL.
N'o I.' West Tenth Street.
No Ciniiii II Melting Called.
Acting Ma or Tlernun has not yet called
a special nutting of Hie council, -as had
been expected by many, and will not do to
unlet .111 tmeigmcy mi. .Mr. Tlernaii
spent some time esterduy in looking over
the budget of grading and sidewalk ordl
nancei. now pending in (he upper house,
but concluded that their natuir was not
such as to necessitate a special 111. iilng,
sin, WliiIo Sooiiii.nq Sviiup for chil
dren teething, softens the gums, reUuceslutiam
nutlon, allaysiulii.curesujndiollc. "oca bottli
A New Hiiyi'le,
Don't think ot buing u wheel until ou
h.u seen the iclehuited MtC'tino High
Ulado Cycle new stuck Just received.
Til. S10. T 213-J15 ilaln st,
tiii:v ttiMi: in
iii.ous tv tiii: t otiti
I rouble llrpu Out or Hie Application nf
O'llriirnii fur .1 s.ilouu t,lieiie 111
I he seimiil Ward -A l'ii
TIip rnrrldnr of the independent emirt
hnup ronpinlded n "Kerry Patch" .Vrster
dav, nnd war appmed inevltabtp for a time.
Choke North tnd langnnge wa followpd
with a dlsplav of firearm, yet no on wa
killed or badlv hurt.
Thp dlllletili.v a eauPfl bv the npplku
tlon of "Mbkiv" o llenrnp to tun a nloon
at I he torneror fourth and llrondtta, and
sliirlpd h Hip county court tnom. The fui
In the court itKitu between the )awrr
cituspil Ihki blood, and when the eonldoi
leading to the court room vuia rcHidieil,
Joseph Phnniion ppt-pml hlmsdf a to
hi opinion of John May. Italph Krupgpr,
a brother of Justice Krnpgpr, turned lo
.loi Shannon vvllh thp ipinatk:
"Who me you outline n -?"
"John May," ptomptly t-pplled Shannon,
"antl 1 mean you, too, If uu want to take
Italph Krueger renehpil for Id hip pocket
a If to draw a weapon. The hall wa
crowded with men, some rm orlng oro able
and some the other When Krueger had
partly pulled his revolver from III hip
pocket, Joseph Shannon made a dlvu Tor
Ktueger Kiueger. Instead of shooting with
hi revolver, shot out of the door. Justice
Kiueger Intel poed In behalf of hi Mother,
and put hllnself hdweeii Shannon and hi
lining lelatlve At this Juncture, Jutnes
Shannon, a depul clicult eteik, struck the
lustlce b.dilnd the ear, but failed lo Hour
him. The men commenced to remove their
coats, while other gtiihhu! the Shannon
Km a few minute the hallway wa alive
with snuggling men, some of them want
ing to light, while other wete ailing ns
Tho eouiily couit called on the sheriff
to quell the disturbance, but at that lime
he eonsldeipil that II was his dutv to look
lifter the nrralis or the court The Judgt
grew icstlve. anil ttmpotiiillr ndjourned to
the light. When thev arilveil Constable
Jell Ilreiinnn was boldlng Joe Shannon, an
other lesidcnt of the Set olid waul bad hold
or Casper ttikh, antl the nh was full of
ndjci tlves. The upptaiance or the couit
pin llled the romlhitant. Justice Ktuiger
Joined his luolher at the court house gnto
and tiuiilc, ror tb- electilc car. while Shan
non and his t' ( ndjouinetl across tho
stied to a saloiiii discuss the rracas.
I'llor to the sttimmnge In the hallwav
the lawirs bad a wouly win In the mint
room, and this served to hint the blood or
the viny unii suutnnon ruetlons, Atloinev
ICImlnell. icpict ntlng the 11 monstianee.
during the hiarlng or the ease, lepuillated
the statement made b Attornev Lvons to
the effect that the lemonstratois bail co
erced Immoial women Into signing a le
monstinnce Said be
"The petltloneis, our honois, had n
T'nlled States oillc -, go along with them
to Intimidate these wotutti"
"That s n lie," idorted Attorney Lyons.
Judgo Stone then veiv ptomptl lined
Lyons $10 for contempt ol couit and held
that the court was the sole Judge of the
statements nf an attorney and not an nt
toine Atloinev Lyons slated that Jefr
llieunan, 11 constable In Kiueger's couit,
hid been among the rullen women on the
night heroic, claiming that ir they signed
n lemonstrauce It would not be necess.uy
ror them to appear before the couit. Lvons
wanted to know bv whit iiuthoiltv llnn
11.111 at ted ami the charge that O'Hcnine
bad an ollleer assisting him In securing a
petition was vi boll undue. He meant 110
disrespect to the court, he said, nnd apolo
gized to Attorney Klmbiell for his hasty
The n monstrance was then taken up
nguln. ami It pioved a surprise to the
O'llearno ciowd. It contained mine names
than thev dieamed wire tapililg ltl
fens In the block Thev weie not iibb to
lefutc and asked leave to wlthdi.iw the
application. This was granted li tbecoutt,
and the case will come up for 11 healing at
the August term
Although the O'lTeaine application has
been up for consideration bv the couit be.
fore, the Shannons nevei took tin open pnit
In the light until vesteulav They cliinl
that thev are in the light to win and that
the light has Just commenced. The Shan
non bovs delated John Mnv sonudlv yes
teulav. and claim that Mnv Is behind Iho
icmoiistuuors just as tin Shannons ale
behind O'l leal lie's application The Muv
bnckeis asseitetl vesttitlnv that thev would
spi ml .1 thousand dollais to clol it
O'lleiitue and thi O'lle.iine people will
expend a slmilai amount, ir necessai The
fuctions vvugtd war all night Monday night,
and nl ." o'elot k yestirdav moinlng tho
O'llcainc-Shiiniion pluggeis bit the tlls
11 let tonlident that tin v hid a malorlty.
This proved to lie a mi-take, howevir,
ritlisll IH I CM).
Members nf the Arm) Actlvelvat Work
solbltlng siiIihi rlitious.
Numbers of the Salvation Army lassies
were about esterday collecting substiip
tlons for the fre-li air fund. The isirds
tlicy weie provided with will not be
turned In until tho end of the week,
piobably. ISilgadlcr Sull seemed disap
pointed jcsteidaj aflfinoon, for since
Monday the fund has giown but J.", mak
ing the total t.ish receipts only JJJO Yes
teiday morning Mis McAfee, the wife of
the piesldent of Pari: lollege, called upon
him and asked that nrrnngeim tits be
made for an exclusion of the children to
1'arkvllle She said that the plcnh might
be held on the college ground, the col
lege authorities being more than willing
to be lesponslhle for the oungsteis' meals
nnd amusement. Itripadlei Sill replied
that at some time In the near fuiuie he
would be glad 10 take up the college's ot
lei V V Morgan, of Hume. Mo., editor
1.. the Mlssoui' Kxch.iiigf,, wrote to ltilg
adler Sully istitia morning offulng to
ship iholip fruits und vegetables Horn
that point for the picnic. Ho was k
quested to tlo so bv all menus, provided
he can have them leach here by Monday
The tkhets ror ine picnic ami hip Mil
lion badges the children are to wear am
being piepaietl now. The chllilieu will
meet nt 9 o'clock on Mondnv moinlng In
tour dlffeiini panics Lach patty wilt
board the cable tars at a given point and
will be taken illicitly to Iho depot. Ill ig
udiir Sull) has named the Salvation
Aim heatliiuuiters on Walnut street,
r.lghter nth stuet and Highland avenue,
the State Line mil W)uudotie street and
Huron place as the four starling points.
.Many persons keep Carter's l.lttlo l.lver
PIIU on hand to prnveut bilious attacks, sick
Headache, UUzlneis, and llmi tbtuu jusluti.il.
thoy need. ,
The official foiecust for tu-day prom
ise's fair weather tor the noithein poiilous
of Mlssauii and Kansas, and showers for
the southern portions of both stales; thu
tcmpt-itituic will leiualn statloniiry
throiiKhout lioth states to-duy The high.
est ami lowest theiiiiomder recouled hero
yesttrda) was 7'i and ui deg. Thin vias
a trace of pieilpitatioii The iceoiil of
observations ut other places last night was
Station Il.11. Temp.
N.-..U- (JlleMllS 3D 12 ill
Cincinnati , , 30,11
Chicago ,, 3u,tl
St. Paul 30.01
SpllllglleM , 3'li
I'oiuoiill.l , 30.pl
Dodge City :il IS
lllsin.itck , 23.'JS
Cheyenne ,.' UO.lii
St Louis 30.1!
I or Hi Idlltalid .Men,
lliu'sford's Ailti l'liapliae,
Dr J 11 At-LXANPtii. Charlotte, N C. siysi
it Is pkJ nil to tli taste, and ranks among
the bl of uorre tonics lor debilitated men."
IIiiiisk .Xlovers llbi barged.
Heune lit os . house movers, Wiro ur
rulgiiul In police court yesterthi) on thu
charge of disturbing wires belonging to the
American Hleetrlc Light Company. Tho
1 hat go vvas llled on account of their having
ralbtd tho wires at Twenty -sixth and Jar.
boo streets to allow tho pas-age of a
house City Attorney Hurnhu.111 dismissed
the case, us It was shown that Henne llios,
had requested the company to raise its
wires In order to Id tho house pass. This
they failed to do und the house movers
then raised the wiies,
An 1'levutor Huy HriiUed
Marvin Jenklns.employed as elevator boy
at the Oolden Kagle 1 lathing stoic, was
standing oil top of the cuh-e oiling the
wheils )eslirday forenoon Suddnil) his
foot slipped and he fell through the loof
0: the cage. He sustained several seveio
bruises and cuts on his face, but was not
seriously injured by the fulL
A NEW DYSPEPSIA CURE,
Old 11,001) 1'iople In state nf MIiIiIriiii
lurid 111 t Mil I bv- I tils Sen
Smart's livpepin Tnblc-i tlip npw dl
iovpi) for siomntdi Irould l 1 Inlmod to
hnv, euted mm rim peod- in the stnte of
Mb hlgan alone In I'M, The-r tablet havp
lipcfime ro popular with phvsl. tans and
ppopto who hnvp nnv form of Indigestion
Dial tliej hrtvp 1 he Indorsement of ottrh
pliylclrtn a Dr. Harlahd'oii and Dr. Jn
nlon a tiring thp unrest most rellahl
rfinedy for onr Blomnch, 1 hroni ilvpep
lrt, ga, bloating, palpitation, headaelip,
eonatlpnlloh, and In all eases where the
nppptltp 1 poor or the food Imperfectly
li I nfo lo nay that Stnatf Dypepla
Tablet will ctirp any kln.l of stntnach
trouble except cancer of the stomath. They
me hot H secret pftleht metlti Ine, but com
pned of vegetable and fruit t sseni e, pure
pepsin, ttolden SphI, ginger and the di
gestive add Thev are pbiintit !o Inke.
tun be carried 111 the pocket, and they din?
beinuae lliey digest the rid piollipllv he
rote It lias lime to feimeilt and poison Hip
Iiruggin everyvviiere en Milan ins
pepln Tabli ts. full slued packiigi s at Ml
lent. A book on Stomach dlcn ami
thouands nr testimonial sent rite liv ml.
tlipsliig The Stuart Compnii), Marshall,
AflltlN IIV i:-st t'HHMs,
I bey Puss Hesiilutliins oil the Ufa lb or
Professor II. I). Itohltiviu.
The p--stuilMit or Kansas slate uni
versity living in Kansas Cltv met ester
day In a meeting presided over
by John Sullivan ami took action upon
the death of rrofeapr It. 1. Hobitison,
who held the t hair of latili nnd literature
III the tnte university since the school
wa started, In ism, and whose tieaih oc
cutreil Inst Sunday night at Law temp,
A romnilttco npolnttsl to dinfl nppro
prlute resolutions reported as follow
"Wherens, Death has u moved rrom the
scenes or enrthlv labor, out helovid Mi nil
and former tiather, Professor 1) H Hob
Inson, we, the ex-students of Kansas tint
vetslt), tislillng In Kansas Cltv, Mo. or
rer this n solution and minute us a testi
monial to his ebaraeter and lire He wa
our frleiid, kind-hearted nnd svtnpathetlc,
chiding our weaknesses, mindful of out
best Interests. ill genial presence was
an Inspiration In our ollege Ke
and his hearty greeting a web tunc to
us upon our leturn when student days
were over liver readv Willi unci dote nnd
Jest, be was n wehome gu, st at t ollege
frathdlngs, while his pleasant humor
icliied to brighten college days
"We bear testimony to his in iiillness, lo
his genial pt fence, to hi' sviup.ithetlt
spliit, to his sincere Christ! mlly nnd lib
el 11 1 culture.
"Jtesolved. That this testimonial be
plncetl In the builds or his rimitv and a
copy he given to the press rm publication.
"C 1: Hi:i:i)
"1)11. H li IILAIH,
"C M KWS
"W. i; IIICUIN.S.
Kllll.l'AH )s MAHSHAL.
IIkIiIim IllnOillitil OIIIip nnd I'llcs Ills
ISoiiti Nil merous Chung, s Proli idle.
J T! Kesblear reeelv,d his commission
ns count) marshal )estei lav morning and
was at once sworn in bv D,putv Criminal
Clerk Mt Clnnnhan Ills commission was
also Hie I anil bond nppinwd bv Judge
Woffottl A rew maments latet he was
se.itt tl In the huge ami chair In the ioun
t) marshal's olllee recelvini, the t ongratu
hilions of a few friends vv h liappened to
lie present and knew what was going for
ward The vvoil; of check, 11 r up the in -touiits
of .Mr II. I". Mevvuit the retltlng
marshal ami ret elptlng tin I ill iciord lor
the timisfer of lM) iirlsoner wa- hurrletllv
at co'iipllshed, and .Ml Ktshleii vvaHHife
Iv lusialldl ns marshal ! ,1 u k'tin county.
Mr Stew ait's deputies held v 1 1 until to
day at W o't lot k, when the ippnlntments
ol Ii. Kesblear will bo 111 id, publli . Ho
bus the appointment of fount 1 n men.thlr
tei n deputies 1111. 1 a cook, for Ihe tall, und
Is uithorlty for the stnlement that consid
eraliln change will be mmlt If Is under
stood that Mr Keshleat's brother, W O.
Kesblear, will recelvi tile mn-t lucrative
position, lb it or l.iiler ex-olllt lo, Willi h
li.ivs a sal try of JIVi a month
.Mr Keshleai's bond of $10,0110 is Hccured
by tile lollowlng bondsmen: Polite Com
missioner O M Shdlt v Inspn tor of De
tectives Cornelius Muiphy, W. (I. Kesb
lear and John D Wood, 11 prominent bunk
er of Independence
Dcnllis ami I'microl.
The funeral of Mrs Lldu Hensou, iil-p1
n years, wife of .1 II. Henson, who til tl
Monday evening at her home. 3"7 ilrove
sireet, will take plate from the honu at 0
o'i lock this iiflernoon Rev. J, A I' Me
liiw will olllt late. Hiiilal will be In 1'ort-t
Mrs. Saiiih Willis Talnter. aged Vi venrs.
illetl Montlny nt Linn Mo. of olti .11.1 The
tuneial will take pi o e fiom the ie-ld-nte
ol her son, W II Talnter, Hill Washing
ton avenue, at in o cluck tills moiiiltig
Hi v.. I Stew.ut Smith will otllelnte. riuiial
will be In Llmwood ctnict, ry.
The runeiul or Mi- Mamie Chainbir-,
aged 2ii veuts, who died Sunday at tho
ramil) home, ll.',i: Ti n v avenue, tool; pi tee
yesterday from the home nt 2 p. in Huilal
was In rnlnn cemeti 1
The lemnlus of Mrs Nettle Corsythe,
widow of the late William Koisytlu. who
dletl .Monthly at hit homo, ISIJ Holme s
stieet, were taken to Hxcelslor Springs
j 1 stenlny morning for burial.
Thomas Wajioml, ng.-l Xi years, dletl ve
leiday at his home, VZH Hast Nineteenth
stieet. The i.iuse of death was typhoid
fever. Tho fumral will be at 3 p. m to
tlav. fiom the residence.
Hat Sullivan, am d li! years, nn old em
ploye of the Missouil 1'aclllc Hallway Com
pany, died yesiertl.n moinlng nt the t om
p.ui)'s hosjiltal .Mauv friends of the de-
eased viewed the it mams at Wagn r's
untlei taking patlois, before they were tn l(.
en yestdday nocui 10 W urrensbtirg. Mo.,
The funeral of John I! irrons, who illetl
nt his home, 1.1ns Ciiitrul sued. Motel. ly
moinlng, npeil r,ii yea is, will tako place this
moinlng at ! 30 o'clock rrom the Catheduil.
Huilal will be 111 Mount St. .Mary's conn
.Mis. Susan Well, aged 7.1 years, died
yesieiday at her honn l'.'0 Virginia av
nuo The cause of tleith was parulsls.
The funeral will takt plate from the reil
denco to-dav nt I p m Huilal will bo in
Taindell Kiin Motors. Oite City niectric
Co.. .17 Deliwaie St. Tel, ilia.
Hit 'It 1 Is Trip i'list polled,
Heiijamlu Dawson, a native of Texas,
pleaded guilt) to sic illng ,1 natch from
C II. Jaipiette, a Jewelei nt H.i Hist
Twelfth street, Satuitl iv night, and wns
seiitencetl to nlnet) tla)s In tho coutity
Jlil by Justice Joyce yesteulay, D.mson
ililms 10 be from Tixis, ami hid Just
drawn two months' sil.ny lor woik pei
forinid in 11 liuiitlr). anil was on his way
10 the I'nlon tb pot to mice the u.iln for
Texas, when he walked into Jaipietlt's Jew
elry state and asked 10 see a wutdi Ho
was shown 11 smill w lit h ease, which, up
on opening, proved to contain no walks.
He handed it to the eleik. and while tho
latter was looking lor suitable woiks with
whli h to supply the 1 unity mse. It is
el timed that Dawson nn ketl up another
vvatih valued ut ?10 and hiiiiledly left tho
store lie was apprehended In a short
time, howevir, ami his toiivlcllon pillowed
yesterday 1 to will retain his two months"
sulaiy until he iuii onct moiu piooinl on
his way to Texas.
Prompt idler In sb k lieml.ielie, illzinels,
nausea, constitution pain In the stile, gu.irn 1.
teed to those using Ciller's Little l.lver Pills.
llmi I 111111 1111 4 HlU 1 1,
Trunk Williams, a u-sidtnt of the North
end, was loallng in an alh) nuir Third
and Wulniit streets tstdd.iy aflernouii.
thllcer Llllls huppen, tl to start down the
iille), and when Williams saw him ap.
preaching hi sinitk 0111 011 a tun. Tho of-lii-er
siispee toil biiiin ililu. was wrong nnd
drew his icvolvd and Mud in Hit till.
Williams was badly frightened und at
once stopped running antl threw up his
builds. He was taken to po!hu headtpiai
tors nnd hilil for Investigation
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
Supplied under Royal Warrants to
Her Majesty the Queen of England,
and to His Royal Highness the Prince
of Wales. x
MR, BATES' FLYING TRIP,
Kumar Conrpriiliig the l'olldr Improve
turn! of tin Old Winner Prop
A few (lay ngti II vvns given out front
1 aeml-ulllclnl sutine tb it im mi
wmilil bf nindp bv the htdtler nt the
old Winner projwM'ly to imprtive I Ik
FrttiiP this -tni'. I'ollnwlng elosily upon
thl rrfmrl eonip Mr T (' Hates. piej.
dent of the Kumn r'ltv .1 Atl.tnlb
roiltt, nnd lionil ot nil the Invi stmt tits
n a Hying vlali to Kansn t'llv. Mr
Halpi vvno not Intervlpwed iliirliig hi
brief it tn v liei-r In fact, he I never In
lervlcvvp! unle hli Inierpiis wari.int
It, when lip I found to be nn ranj nnd
Ilul, vvlietliPi Mi ttiitp In Kmsits
City or among the cnplltillst .'f tin
llnl, rtnnof of hi entd'iitlse will git
inio clretilntloh. It hn iTcentlv be 11
ntiiiMtinceil that iho iimipimv or win h
Mi Mate Is preldt lit will cotidtiiiu
Inlgo Had of Ititul for it ilcp d tin 1
til hiln.il ptiiHips, iind t ti it t It will iv 11
call llm tho city council U v 1. ile 11
poi Hon f TI1I11I Jillcet If till Is .b.tu
It will, nf eotirso, iiiean tin enrlv c .to
pletloti of tho old Wlmid tirblg. Hoi
Hint Iti-ld ftp mnv yet give Mr. Halts , .11
ablerable tloltblp. It wa original!-. 11
free lutdge fur fool pn cligt'is nn 1
vehicle. Through the Inlltien f Mt
llrtte. t'ongninrtn Tnisnev tnd ib
er. tho free rrmdwity scellon w is
stricken out This was done Im-mt
Mr llnle reliri'sented that the tin Ig
could not well be eoitrildeil lo 1 inv
n loiidwiiv Lutpr nttornev for Mi
Hntesi (ippeitrinl beforn the Mission I
ti glslattim nml secured tho passage ,.r
a bill milking It 0 loll luldg" It lild
on giHid iiutliorltv Hint papeis 111 e now
bpllig ptepnretl nklllg Hint the mm
pail- lie coillpelled lo build to the ollgl
llill unit upploVod plnn 'I'liete 111c .1
good titiinv people III CllV lotintv vvlei
fpel that In the changes inititc, bv vvlibh
a free lirldgi becuiu a toll bridge, l In v
were buncoed by 111011 of Weill b ami
li li cot lulu Hint the company Is
anxious lo put the piaperty on it piv-lng
basis. H vviiH puichasetl for n huk
!?olig, but nt tin F.itnr tlnii there Is a
Im go ninount nf tnonev tied up In the
tiiillnlsliPil btblgo, Its approaches and
In terminal pnipoitv, on which tin
stockholders would like to lonlli-c This
foot ha given color to the rumor thai
extensive Improvements will be made
Just as soon ns the company can dis
pose of lit bonds
THE NEXT ATTRACTION.
"As Von I lite If Mill Ite Sin 1 dell
I iilrmiiiitil I irk l,v High Ctnsi
"As You Like It" will be succeeded
the new audilorlum nt C1I1 mount park
in t week bv high 1 1 iss vunlevllle, dlie f
from Hopkins' theater, In Chit ago The
season will tun thiet weeks or Inngei
Neal S Doreun. of the p.uk m magi ment,
retuilietl from Chicago yesterdav. wlure
he mule arrangements with Colonel John
V, Hopkins lo have the best or his vaude
ville attraction", come to l-'ulrmount ea h
week, liumeillnlely after they lliilslud their
Chicago engagements Colonel Hopkins
has achieved .1 phenomenal stu cess with
vaudeville In Chicago this summer It
has Just caught the popular fumy Ills
theater lias been packed and Jammed eveiv
night, so much so that in order to set un
seats at nil It has been net essarv to s
cure tliein two ami tbtee days in 11 iv une
as miinv Kansas Citvuiis who hivt hern
in Chicago inn ntti st The am 1 1 ns
have included the very best the 111 lev 1 1 lo
stage alfoids. (leorge Thatcher, Hdlv I 111
eison Lew Docltslmler and sin li lights
among the blunt 1 ork tlnuiig: tin baling
uerohats, song und dame nt lists, mii-i il
specialties and 1 omedl ins, and, in f.n 1
tho verv best of 1 very thing
Itv special arrangement with Colon I
Hopkins tin ntttm-tloii which appeu .it
his theiitei this week will ippear 111 I 1I1
mouut ne.xt, and so on during the s. 1
Then- will be six or eight turn- 1 h
evening the p-rform.tn e beginning it
S o'clock and lusting until ufti r In n lo k
giving eviiybodv a t hance lo g, 1 b.t 1. to
the citv and alt li the cable cats for all
parts at a reasonable hour. Tin gtiicr.il
admission to all pirts of the aiidltoilum
will be 23 cents ami no mutter vv li it put
ot the evening a person goes tn the ji.uk
lie will be able lo see a good -bo.
The standard of the ntlno tfons Is so
high thai there I- not an ohjt itlonalile
feature, nothing that Is not onlv phasing
but thoroughly refined, as well The eiitei
tultimeut is of Just that light iliar.ictir to
latch the geneial riowtl, vvhbh, on tluse
ho summer evening. d"siri s 11 1 In ap
form or good light amusement something
to laui'h at.
The auditorium at l-'.urmount is delight
full) cool, vd thotoughlv pintectetl In case
of rain, so that none nttd have any ft ,11 of
1 milling odd or getting dienched by smi
th 11 showers
liefieshments of all kinds, im hiding he
tie.ini and lemonade, will be seived on the
bill anv, win re smoking will also be al
lowttl and everything m.ule as lnfuimul
Sipilcrs. the aeronaut, makes a balloon
ascension and parachute leap at I'nii mount
During bis upward trip twenty. live lit
th ptuat botes will be released, to t.tch of
which 1 line prize is alt it-lied lor the bov -to
st ramblt lor ill of which will furnish
much umiistment for the spectators
The nst elision and leap will bt made at
f 01 io K
The rollovvlng births wore reported to tho
board of health yesterday.
Ciarv. 1 H. and Mury; boy: 519 Kansis
tiv.nue, July 1.
Mullnaro, M. and IJ.: girl; Hfi Loni-t
stu et, July 1
Hlldreth, C II. and N'elllo, boy; 1JJS Cv
pr. ss avenue: .lulv 1.'.
Lii-luud, It. and K.; boy: luOO ffe-t
Ninth sued; July SV.
Phillips. .1. M and Al.; girl, Ivunhoc
pirn 1-, Julv 13
A. Her, H. and I),: boy: 3j03 Chirlotti;
Ivillhuek. John and Atallle; boy; 113 Hell
stieet, Jul) J-'
The lollowlng deaths were reported to
thi boaul of health yesterday:
lloltliius, Heiniirtl: i0 yeirs; city hos
plt il, July -", alcoholism, burial in rmoii
Caieiiee, Clurles; II yenis; J.u ksou
1 tiuiit) , Julv -1: struck by tiain; Imiii.iI
ill .Vloiint Pleasant. In.
Sullivan Hat. 50 veais: Missouri I'aeiflt
hospital, July J3, mitral iiisuillclency, but.
lal In Wiirrenslmis, Mo.
rurs)tlie. Netti , hi )ears; 1,11. Holmes
street: Julv , old age; burial in Kiiclsior
Mirrlige I I itsrH Issued,
The following couple? ,vre yoslerdiy li
s-nsf't 10 win;
Jamts Connelly. L ins, is City, Mo ..
Muv A fill ill in, Kaiis.-isCny, .Mo
Adolp'i Li spagnun, Kansas Clt), .Mo
Nulla land, Jv.uisas Clt), -Mo
At Work .0. Mueller's Huoki,.
I. 11 Muumann. an expert bookkeeper
from the main olllee or tin- Joseph SichliU
llrewlng Cuiup.ui) or St III, Minn , yes
icrtli) staitcd In on an ex lluation of tho
books and anounts ot 11.( i.inch ollhe in
this ett), of which Hermili .Miltllei, the al
leged defaulter, was millugcr. Yestctdu)
uftdiiciun Mr. Minimum! staled that it
wonlil take a week's woik to Ueteimlue
the exact amount of the alleged shortage
Mueller has not )d been nppieheiidcel.
Dial Hstalu Silik.
V J. Halul .L- Co sold p led ni ihc
corner of Thirt) -eighth ami Wulmu
streets, to 13. J lltckii, )esteriiii), for
13 A. Halsey. of Chicago, and oihus r..r
J.','J) t.ish Mr Decker Intends buddim,
a Jii.txio usideiiei- on the puiehasi. It rt.
King sold the loin room brli k cottage
No 1311 lirove stuet, with ?3i feet of
ground, to Milton .McMillan, for J, s, till,
ben, foi Jlju).
The following building permit was i.
sued by the Miperiiiti-ndent of hulldinr,s
Livingston & l'isher, frame rcsldeini,
.'S.M Holmis stitet. I1.i)l
illsdllmieous permits, aggtesatlug iix,
Frank Travis, who was icceutl) icleased
from the ilty workhuiise after serving a
teim of vagtancv w,is airested )ester
duy uftenoon at ihlrd and Walnut struts
for cutting a curl from the head of 5-year,
old -May Carr, laughter of .Mrs. Louise
Carr, or No. -'-' rust Third street. U poll e
htudipiarteis h vvas locked up lo appeal
for tilal 111 poh "1 tourt to-day.
Telenlionp us ami have un eiseiri fa,-.
sent up. Hate City Electric Co., 717 Delu. I
ware st. i. -u. 4
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CI.IM.I T, COON CO., iMnkiTR.
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(!?' "? Pv WVO Iv? I lolnfvn k 1'renrli pit) it iin.wul ipin si) unejniu.r nlf lirr
l?ll ) 1'c 1 V i t r il 1 el the it n raiice 1 ik i . iu li ns f. l MiaUiee-',
Iflt i'3il 3, .'eJI I '11 ll tlllthc J'tt . M. mi nl I inlwi I s Ni rlt.iis IlitilJIt
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iDcronE and ArrEn
CTlltll M! nlr htl(ifp-j ip1 fi lir iiniillnp kit.mi.
'I hi r ion ini rirt nr itt rurr ' l ( mt U In n i Tilnt V for rrnt ro tmnWri! with
1rnCntltl. ( t )Mll VLMtti niiiy known runnlv t.fjinuiMi.i i uinf rtt1m .'-ntMr-iimnfit-M
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Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, .Safes, Scale. Etc.,
boutbe.at Cornur Plfih xnil Vr-nrtott tits. Uuni-i CUr Ma
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'Deatherage Lumber Company,
1 LATH. SHINGLES. SASH. DOORS AND BLINDS
WHITE-""1 YELLOW FINE. I
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GRAND Fi REWORKS!
Cnrllnl's Dogs antl Monkeys.
KANSAS CITY vs,
To-day al j O'clock.
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MORJJRACES DAILY,
AclmiSRlon SO Cotits-Lnjiios Froo
l'ovviii.H in'OtliK s a ?tU and beautiful nViui
It i-niiiblum oviry clcnienl ol beauty and
M an i tou Springs,
r.iniOllft foi lit lleultll JtiVIIlK waters All '
lilcul kiiniuur ie-t;ii fool lirei.e from '
the nine jv 'ii I inouiiialns Hciutiful
fccelKO I'm. lot 1- Wlitc lolb-oinc M
Walker vui.li loi 'Tin .lul.siuli." ami
tlio ' ilunitou liou-e" lur rates and other
ftT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK. '
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Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
!M) becond-haiif! tents for tale cheip; all
,1-es, ulinust nt vv also largo round tents,
i') feet, Ju i.ci, H tet "u feet and 100 feet
dldinctei. obloiiK t"llt!, Zt)li, 30o0, 3J.50,
40xt,0, t,u00, TD-llO and 1W150 feet. Wrlto
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of this bi.vul nf SHih.
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ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED f
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Ovor 200 Tooth Kitrnctiul Dally .NO
PAIN Oil DANl.F.n. ArtiHcIal Teeth
warranteil lit Kil I'crfectly. DeeuyeJ
ami ucliiiitr tcctli, it' vvonU it, 111 led uuJ
725 MAm STREET
ALTMAS. KAULBACH CO., Proof.
Fac Similo of tho Genuine.
Tho Purest antl the Best.
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