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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1805,
' DO YOU FEEL WEAK?
Alii: OV MAHtUS Tlltl.lt AMI Ult.l
1 1 I..'
WHAT WOULD YOU GIVE TO BE
SUDDENLY MADE WELL?
1 t-il (an (Set All Over 1 lit r leillng
lenl Wilt l)ll IK e .!.
fio ma n i nre he-lnft cured of nerv-
nun( te e i tired feellnii slreplc
new, los ippetlte Ind hi i In the
mouth, l 'i hi ahd constipation, by
that vvoneleif I medicine Iir flieen Ner.
Min blaoit and rrve remedy, thni It term
UK thotiuh nil Mich dMcanes must poon dl.
Anil o the would ir ever boil vvoult
like the on'' medicine which l known to
luretniMn. .Mid Mnr Mood, of nilznlicth.
town, I!jix oonnt. N A . had the roo!
Jiidsment to ee thin wan Just what fIio
tieedn She took II and not well
"Alioitt three venr aso," she in "1
wa tnk?n with n ni)iilrrloii trouble,
tremhllnir to that 1 wan nbilKtd to Klve up
and so to boil 1 hid pel! of violent vom
iting, which ran Into ilj iicpn of the
otil form One da I win tnken v Itli n,
severe fpell of MinMnc nnd tremlillnu. and
liec-iine tcrrlhl alirmcl
"I consulted phlran nnd look their
treatment, but Rot no bettor They until It
vvai a jevere case of prostration of the
nerve, but they eonl 1 not help me 1 loik
many kinds of medle Ines, but without ben
efit. "I contlmnlly srew worse until If the
least excitement came over me I wan com
pletely ehauled and olillBed to Rive up
entirely and ko to bed I was i i omplet
wreck for about two jenri tiurln? this
time I doctored contlninllv but wllliout
any Rood remit", for I hid pains nil ovtr
my body and suffend aw fulls
the pen The Judpe Rave Klrbiey n stay of
etetiitlon on another count. Kmma Htlr
te wan tried b n Jur on the clnrge of
Brand lateen nnd wi acquitted.
uvv Mills I'lli-il.
KVo Charles Adiini Allle Ilannon,
attachment, J-,45, I,. C Kratithorf, garn
ishee 82S4I Simucl flans s. Julius Bteln and
IMwnrd Ulock, datnattts
SW .Nettle Item s U It ltulllns and
1) (' l'hllllpsl rtplovlu
2X4 W 1). l'otcr Vs. A. U. Andersons
appeal from Hawthorne, J, 1.
22M It 11 Jamison b, Ud C, l)ra i ap
peal rrom Ubeit, J, 1'.
MFM 3 J Uieelibaum vs. Thomas Me
Mlllen A. Co , replevin.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN
run iiiu.ii'ts or iintt ami: mi cm
mum it than i..fi tru.
Judce Slover esterday appolnlrd Jlnjor
Jatnes r Mister special commlnloncr to
take testlmonv In the elei.tlnn cnniesn of
Charles .M Crandnll afcalnst SherliT lohn
r O'.Nelll an.t of J. S Harrison, Jr.
against J O CapoUo. The taklnt! of les
tlmon will be lominetaed to-day bv .Major
-Mlsler at his olllies In the -N'ew orlt LI'o
Simucl lima tiled suit In the circuit
court jestcrday for jro damaScs from
Julius Ulelti nnd Hdwnrd lo-k, of the
Hteln-lllork Compan. The plnlntirf t.1
ei?fs that he tmrte n contract with the 'le
rendnntf to travel on the load for t .em
nnd to sell Koode, but thit the ulj nit
ennv out their pirt of the umtruct aid
terminated It before the time wa lit , fo
that he was diniiRed In tht anoint
f'lnrles Adams filed attachment proced
Inss In the circuit court vest.'rmv ngilti't
Allle Hannnn fm 5:11 He el ilm ihnt he
has loaned the tlef ndnnt thai nu.ount of
monev In the pist mid that he has n been
able to Ret his pav fhder 'h" ntfichinent
the sheriff "erved KTrnbiiinent papes upon
I. ivvvir I. C KriulliofT, who has befn
nctlng ns ottornej for the ,lef roat In
her suit to break the will of the Ixti lohn
I" Ham on and to establish h r tovier
ilRht In the cetilc The suit in lull In
jesterdav s .loiirml was settleil between
the turtles ind wrtit out of rutin on it
formal decree for the defendants
Ihev AvenRp Nenrlj 11s llrttv as it iir
ARu-Mnt of tin in Are ( nmlnu
I nun Kansas tint! .Missouri
At the lnrils.
Mf9 VAl Y lltOOD.
"Nobody cm ttll how bad I was.
day I took up a inner and taw
Orient's :ervuri blood nnd ner remedy
adertUnl, and tho wondtrful (.tires It bad
jitrformed. nnd told my husband I thought
it would suit my case Wo ImmtdlaiLly
Bent out and KOt T bottle.
"The first bottle I took helped me, and
after I hid taken live bottles I was. com
rlettly cured M!,elf and diuphur did
tho work. Including washing, for cltj
boarders, eighteen In the fainllj. and did
'I could sleep well nishts, my food dl
pested well. Hiy nervousness all left me,
and I fdt like -1 new woman My husband
mid my sleeplni; well was worth one hun
dred dolliri to him In not keeping him
nwike nln-hfi as I used to
"I think Dr Greene's Xervura blood nnd
rerve remedy Is one of tue best medicines
there 3, and I slnccrolj b'lltve thut 'if
cvtobod would ttkc more of It the
would bi- fir belter I cannot -.ij enough
tn pral-e of this me Heine X most tlidlj
and Jovouslj write this for the public ben
efit, and send rat bleoslni; aloni; with It
Such strong testimonials as this count It
oil the sutterins men and women In this
broad land could 1 now the great good, the
ptronr nerves, pti-i blood and perfei t
hedlth whrh would come to them bj usins
Dr Greene s Nervura blood and nerve rt n.
edy, how nuleklj tbej would take Mrs
jjiooa s tdviee and et well
There ire thousands of persons v ho are
rot sick with tnv particular dlsense but
are just out of order, have vv-ak nervci
nnd tired bodies Tiny do not tit or sleep
well, and wake tired mornings with dull
feellnsr head and co tied tongue The don't
feel well, have lost their snap and enerity
and work his become an effort All such
people will tlnd in Dr Gre tie's Nenuii
blood and nervo remedy the m igle wand
which will make tlum well
It Is not 1 pitenl medicine but tho pre
scription of the mot successful living
specialist In curing nervous and chronic
diseases Dr Oreene, of 3' West Toui teonth
street. New "ork Cltj He has the largest
practice In the world and this nrund med
ical discovery Is the result of his ast ex
perience Tho creut reputation of Dr
flreene Is 11 guarantee th-u his medicine
will cure, and the fact that he can be con
sulted b .injone at an lime free of
charge, personally or bj letter gives abso
lute asciinnco of the beneficial anion of
this worderful medicine
rirtMiM Court lti curd.
Dlvllon No 1 Sctrrllt. Judge
SiiV, I'abst Hrewlng Compin Au
gust Mueller et al, ittachment, dismissed
VW I'hllllnlne Utiiii . Kinis Cltv
l'lev-ucd UtIIwiv Companv, dumges.
trollon fur new ttlil bj defendint
ilTl" II .I Iloldin, nsslgnee, s
H 'I i:igei'omb tt il, Jurj waive 1, ttans
feried to division No i
:ifi7' J W 1'crklns vs l'ranlt ham
b.iil r dlsmlseJ
21131 deorse Oaston et ol s Charles
fl Perrln Juu waived submit, d ti
court Ju U-me it for plaintiff, 57 I3S ro
:i"31 H Pmlth et al vs ai AN Ol
iver et il drift; Jurv waived Judtmcnt
tor plaintiff $I311!S at t pi runt
-M",') Wtstport ex rrl Warren vs J
1 in in 1 it al, Jury walvul In arreement
-1JS7 II D Huh et al vs Philip Arn
tw tz plaintiffs attornejs "iiggcst death
of iltei c f-pngue
Zofil ttionai Hank of the Kepublic s
J C Thompson, attainment, dlsmlred
."175 Ito'-s I Wvmore vs Metropolitan
fetuut Hailvvn Compinv replv tiled
la'i Asblrnrront of (lurrlbucs Limber
oriiinn, C'hniles U Gertnun, as-'t.nte.
term report tiled
Division No J 41over Judge
Sin! Chares l Crindall is r V
ONclil, election contett. J V Jlister ap
pointed to tike te-l'mjnv January 21
2? J hoolt Itirrlsun, Jr , vs. J. o
Cnpelle, election tontet, same
Ilir Illinois diss Conpno vs R J
::7li Ammdi Neven v Kansas Clt ,
damages motion for chant e of vmuo tiled
-0i3.i K iris is Clt ex iel P W Spoil
able vs r r Hozelle ct al. iurv waived
W M Hofmann vs c A ailller,
notes. Jiidmcnt JGU0 50 at b p t cent
inSO I'nlon National Hank of Kiti'as
Cltj ! J D f-hoemakei , replevin, amend
ed answer tiled
21I7J Sand Edvvaids et al vs Piremnn's
Insurance Company, motion to strike out
petition sustained and petUToi Hied
:137C r L Snider vs c D Piench et al,
equK , dlsmlMed
Will I'lin? .Sehmieltl et nl m vv i pi.
Connty .ladges 1 miiiIiik Wolk flclng IIimik
In tin. I ourt lluu1.11 mil tslt SiluiiiiH
( iiiupl iltu il gilnni
The Judge t of tin count court visited
the court house. In this city esterdi and
lnnpectel woriv tint li being done there
In changing the pi ins of tho lower lloor
of the court houso In tho i-outhwesi cor
ner so as to m ike new court rooms and to
glva tho (ounty ileik room for nil his men
to work In one otllto togeihet, Instead of
being si ittered all over the bulldlni? ftei
spending a llttje while lit the court house
tho Judges left and wliu about the ilty
Inspecting the haloons urfaiust which re
monstrances have been filed Th judges
stated tint tbe proposed to tuvestUato
so far as possible tho giounds lor all
TIIK ntllMION ,1 Itsl f.
Does n Siir 11m ( iiurt l!ullii- 1111 sul,r,
Appl tu 111 '.iiiiliut I'nlli.'
An Interesting rolnt that vlll probably
have to be kittled In tin tutr.rn court
has been raised 111 the nilt of air ai.ir)
A J.Ok'in against the Pidelitj and easuilty
rompunj of New York to collect a J2 500
a clrtent policy on tha life of mr ton, Wil
liam H. Loan. who lb ruppopri to hava
committed suicide by shooting hlnuelf In
tho head on a railroad track m-ii Plans
buig, aio , two years ago While the plain
tiffs attorne, 1J0 not admit tint It was
a cii,ej of suicide they hoi I that sulcldo
would b no farouneU for cont..atlii' Hit,
piiicy In ailssourl under the ruling of the
tuj rente court that suicide la no defense
fr 4 life Insurance polli In this state
Tj-is ruling was had uion a case Involving
en oil lino life Insurance pollr and the
fiue-alon now is will an aceldent poltc
r me within tho provisions covered bj the
supreme court tic ision The case was on
trnl before Judge bcarrltt an 1 .1 Jurj all
da yesterda and will be rutiincd to-da,
Indlitcil Prisoners Arrilgmil.
In the erlmlnul court jesterday almost
the entire day was taken up by the ar
raignment of the prisoners Indicted by tho
Kruml Jury With otiu exception, nil thoso
arraigned entered pleis of not guilt and
their cases were 1. 1 for various dates be
tween January J and rbru ry B Henry
Kirbley pleaded ruilty to the charge of
forgery in the third decree nnd was sen
issued bli Judge Wortord to two y.eirs Ju
ot leplevin, judgment per stipulation
10712 Kite Puller v-, E A I'hllline. J
ir ume turn petllloil r lllCil
209i,n 1 mnn .National bink vs J H Shoe
maker; leflevln. argued nnd submitted 10
Jl-J IS J A ltamsej, receiver of nigh,
nim.fj Printing Compnn, nle report
JPSa 1, Sieielbium va Janes bpellacy,
notice of n peal tiled
JHCti Kinns Citv Suburban Belt nallvviv
Comnanj vs Jcob Do.d Pael Ine; Comp my
et al injurler. motion for nev ti'il and
arrest of Judgment
21151 Jaiob Dold Picking Compan va
Kansas C'tv Suburban Belt Ilillvva Com-
panv , Injuries same
21B70 G II Temple vs J W s'tille- order
of receiver compromising claim approved
Division No 3 Dobson, Judge
I01S3 John Whitman vs Western Brewing
Compan, mone , verdict for plaintiff for
2.'$U Kansas City e rel Atteiberr vs
W O Kesler et al, motion for securlt for
21105 Swift . Co vs John Gore, default,
Jur waived Judgment foi 5lsn:o
SlfiU J I. Coots et al vs Sarah ficraggs,
application for change of venue
W77 Johnson Brtnkman vs Wabash
Hallroad Company damages, Jury out
SOOT. S Walker vs at lv y et nl de
fendants tile motion to set aside finding
as rendered herein upon equitable defense
bet up In ana.ver
1D3S3 ai V. Kellar vs C n Oinbc,
note, plaintiff filen nfililnvlt of non-resl-dence
of defendait, order publication
ilim (1 A Kendall vs O n Suther
land, defendant files motion to dlsml"
fT'29 C r Owslev et nl vs It P .Me.
Cornmck leave by nrreement for gar
nishee to fllo nnswer till third day of net
22tSD I.ouls Deb otnman vs Anna Del
coinmnn, divorce, defendant fllc3 motion
Division No, 4 Thomas H aionov,, special
tC';i O D Fherwln vs W Schlnklo
appeal, diutb of plalntllt suggested
1Sj7I cTeotge fiheatcr vs Alienist .Muel
lei damages dismissed h pi ilntlff
l&W Mate e rel collector va Harriot
u eavvjer et al tn-ses, default nml Judg
ment for tlalntPr
.1111 Tamevs R p Adklns. same, same
2i70 gamo V3 Hrldget Tesler et nl,
If.llS fcame vs n Sidklns; same, same
JOPSS It P Seruno vs H Del I'nso, at
tachment. Atchlion. Topeki et Smta Po
railway garnlsheu discharged by agree
ment J233I John C Vocum s P. A Hckcn
totli, judgment for defendant 5S3 on
1&U8S Thomas A Wltten ut nl vs Ireni
ai Heck, attachment, default and Judg
ment for pi ilntltf JW 12 nnd ii per cent In
terest on piopett nttaehed
Ordei for fort petit jurors to come
Monilay, Januar JS
131 Mitchell Planing ailll Compan
vs J3 Long, ui peal Jury waived b agree,
l'v9.' Ida P Ittordan vs Zoe C Davis
et nl, bond for costs, Jur out
tvuiit viiiiii nf I lie i'liltuiiiiteinili' t'liiid,
Washington Jan. 23 1S1wcl.il ) Senator
.Martin imiuduced u till to Instruet tho
i-ecrutnr of tho Intel lot to set uslde 10
per cent of a certain fund belonging to
Pottawatomli Indians of Oklahoma and
18 the same to Dr, H C Mnn, of To.
peka The fund which It Is nronosul in
assault In this manner shows u tot ij of
J13,Sl, and It Is claimed that Doctor Linn
secured 11 contract to get ) per rent of
the amount secured on n certain claim an I
after the work had been dono the Indians
made trouble and dll not wunt to pay It.
Just now the gicntcat Interest at the
janls Is centered In liegs. The freedom
with which they nre coming to market
In Hie face of the scarcity of eorti nml
high price of feed Is n mirprls" to nil
Tor the three weeks ending .Infinity II
(lie receipts here were 1M.W. ncftlnst
ltl.tm the same tlmo In JStl, tint! the
qUtllty wan very good, the nvetu'p
weight being (ItirltiK the pist week onlv
three poitiuls lighter than Hie Mine
time Inst eit
While Nebraska nnd lown have given
KiinsaB rity fewer hogi than tistltl,
Knnp.iR uiiil Missouri have ftiinlslied the
market many more, nml Oklihoma nml
the Indian Tetrltorv have become quite
good hog cotinlilis, ttiitl the ntimher
that Is coming hete from 'Iens Is sur
prising. The hog nren of the New West
l steadily epnnilltiK, nnd It will tint do
niij more to llguie on the lieB supply us
Htrlnet ,?. Wngnei nnd A L Tlnst
mn it, nilter. Neb, wcte heie enteieliiv
with enttle nml liogn.
Mwnnev Hros , Hickman's .Mill, aio ,
had In rattle nml hos vestorday
The West ni well a- Hotlth Is glvlnc
tin nnnie winter fed innge cattle, nnd
good beeves at that 1: .1. Hell, of Og
den, V. T, hail here vesterdav eluh'
elght huv fed teeis Hint nvcraged 1,210
pounds nnd sold nt $1 !n
iiostic e. Logsden (irenoln, Kits , came
In vesterday with hogs
John i: Llndvllle, Polo, Mo, wns hero
cstcrdny with hogs
A W Kelb'.v, .Mollne, Kas , was In
cstcrdn.v with cattle
It II firlcm, llochcstet, Kns, was
here aesteiilav with cattle He snvs
theie nro more cattle nml as mnnv hogs
In Kln;min count as Inttt vent Corn
is selling nt T cent- Wheat looks foml
1 ttiil Is being vv Intel killed
Henrv Wlhoi. Peabod, Kns, enme In
jcBten'n with cattle
J W and Z Ilakei Ploisant Gap, aio ,
were nt the nids jttrida with cattle
A J Iidinhnuse of aianhattnn, Kns,
was heie esleiilav with some good 1111
tlve 'teers Irom the ranch of C P
Devvc of Chicago 'I hcv brought St 73
Kansas Cltv Is the best mnrket In the
West foi Tens cattle to-dav, thev
bilnglng more mono here than In either
Chlctgei 01 hi Louis
M holas Ot In, Wnrrensbtirg. aio ,
had in some gnoel nitlve enttle yester
elav of hi-, own feeding
DIon eV .Shore fiieit Hend, Kas , were
nt the vntds vesterda vvltli cittle
O Hi-g" Port Wot th, 'le, was tip
yesterdav with cattle
W M Htintlev, Hush Springs, I T,
was on the vaiels vesti'dav with cattle
J T Goodrich nik Palls, Kns, was In
jestctdnv with cattle
James Kellev Ielngton, aio, was
heie after feedeis esterd,iv
C A Hincick Caddo, I T, came In
with hogs vcsteidn
htephens f. W itherspoon .mil I' S nnd
r Wltlu 1 spoon Gainesville, Tex, had
III cattle vesterdnj
P O Connor, bt aino's, Kas, was
here vesteiel.i with cattle
b H bchioedet, Chd e Kas, wns on
the .aids vestetda with cattle and
W H Prancls Putnam Kas, wns nt
the aids vesterda with cattle mil
John Utaneh btlllvvell, Kns, came In
with hogs vesterday
Cicotge Ilannon, Oiath, Kas, was on
the atds ehterdn with cattle
C A btnnaid, Hope Kas, had In cat
tle and hogs vesterda
J bpeneet, Columbus, Kits, was
heie vesteidav with sheep
II D Colnei wa- at the ntds estet
da with a nice loid of opoit steets
'I he re veie twentv-tvvo of them ,iv er
asing I I'll pounds at $100, tho top
price of the dav 'lhev wete taken by
Eastman for the rpott tiade
Helv aids . Co . .lev ell Cltv, Kas , were
In et.teida with catlte- nnd hogs
rianken R. Helt Oitlck aio. came
In esuidnv with cuttle and hogs
L O vvnpe Independence, aio , had
In hors vteida
A B Heath aillford Kas, was heie
csteidi with hogs
Thomas Glooms Simttel 'Ihompson
Jnrnes Gtlme-f William Com me" and
PHI Bowman, all of Clinton count,
aio 'e here aftei stockeis nnd feed
W II Doddridge and J n BIsbv,
White Cltv, Kas, had In cattle vesterda
T T Splvev Shlcklev Neb, was in
0steida with cattle
Gt?orge Glitcn Barer Sptlngs, Kns,
had In eatttle esterela
J C Huikett Ameileus, Kas , came In
esterdny with cattle
MIMIlt MIIV'I l(l.
paper, Able claims that he lockeel the
doors of his office In the Builders nnd
Traders' exchange nnd threatened to as
sault Able with a babhet If he tried to
A man giving Hie name of John llllim
was arrested on t nlon avenue csterda
with five shirts and three suits of clothes
on his bod One suit was marked "H V
Hollomi" nnd Ihls miv lend lo Us Identi
fication tt Is believed that the shirts and
two of the suits were stolen
Chief Rpeers received n message from th
Missouri state reform school eMerdtv to
the effect that Itobert tleiivtrs and John
Hogan had made their escapes from the
Institution. Horan was committed to the
reform school from Kansas Cltj II Is be
lieved thnl he returned lo this clt) after
John It. Cameron fell Into an area wnv
nt No If, j:att Plxth street, last night, and
tecelvcd a sprained ankle and bruises
about his back He was tal en to the
Central police station where Police Hurgecii
men attended to his Injuries and directed
his removnl lo his home nt No is Host
Itecelpls at the custom house jeatenlij
conslsied of live cars of bullion from .Mex
ico, one car of garden feeds from Liver
pool, one ease of rlti from Itolterdain unci
two ensks of wine from lanegolia The
fiinelter conipnli withdrew seven cars of
teflned lend from tho warehouse for do
A ccrlltlcule of Incnrporitlon wis re
celvrd'froni leffeison City jesterdij for
the .Mercantile Guarantee Building and
Loan Association, of vvhl. h lllnton H, No
land, cN-clerk of the elicult court. Is presi
dent The new association which his a
capital stock of f2non,uCri, has olllces at the
corner of Delnware and fifth, stieets
The following ollleers for lWi have been
elected by the Kansas Cltv Life Under
writers' Vssoclallon: President, John A
Brown! Ilrst vice piesldent. P. O Chesncj ,
second vice president, W. H. .Miller, treas
urer, D Sutton, secretar), W. P Itodt,eis:
CNccutlvo board, H. K. Lvon, L B Ballev,
C. 1) .Mill, S. S Plmnon and W. H. Heed.
The worn in giving her nime an Kittle
Smith, who was arrested at tho fnlon
depot Tuesdav 'on a charge of being 1 pro
curess, wns fined J"0 bv Police Judge Jones
.WBterdaj. She paid the tine. Nellie Crnn
nv. who ran awn from Cancvllle, Kas,
nnd who was with the woman when she
wns arrested, was sent to the House ot the
John Arthur was arraigned before Jus
tlce Joce esterda on charges of as
saulting Sillle Parker during a dance tit
what Is known ns Buzrard's Boost on Lib
ert street In the West bottoms and steil-
Ing pillow slips from Id 1 D lane 1 he
Justice committed 1 Im to Jill for twentv
elavs on the Ilrst e barge and for thirty
das on the second charge
alike It an, otherwise known ns 'luffy
Bvan saloonkeeper and e polleemin, was
niralgned before Justice Nlthiow ester
cla on a charge of receiving stolen goods
and after a length ind tedious trial he
was acquitted. Itvan was chnrged with
receiving two pairs of simes tfyat had been
rtolen from Wills tore on Hast Eight
eenth treet, from the notorious Bed Whit
man C Wilson, chatted with forging the
names of ollleers of the Advance Praternul
Patriotic Alliance to certificates of inem
betshlp anel lnsuran e was atralgned jes
teiila In Justice kruej,ct s court on two
ch irges One of the charges wus that he
1-sucel a false eertllle ite of insurance to
Hnclneer Woolam, who vv is killed In n col
lision nc ir the Bluff strut bridge a fi'W
das ago Wilsons 1 rillmlnarj hearing
was "Ot for Jnnuaiv .5 and In default of
JJisll ball he was committed to Jill
J. H Kelle, the Vrituisas Clt, Kns
stockman who llourl-lii d a i evolve! during
n quarrel with a lnotbltck at the I'nlon
depot 1 couple of divs ago, was elisehargeel
bv Police Judge Jones jesterda The
ch irge was cirrvmK concealed weapons
and the police Jutl i held that a transient
on his waj throuuh the city could not
easllj be held on th it charge If Kelle
hul beer, charged with nourishing .1 re
volve! a case might have been made
A MAN CAN'T MM
wiiiA in: m tunnttNo with rn.r.
lie rnn't I'nli Can't lerp, t m't Oct rum.
fort Anv Mil) but dm I'eralnld Pile
tore Will (nrr llltu, (lite Ite.
lief lit ((lire a.crr
Kniiuii tei I alt.
Just n little pain mi 0 distract a
man's mind that It wltl cost him hundreds
of dollars. Life Is n bittle To succeed one
ii"eda nil his energies nnd all his brain
force lo ipplj" lo the question nt hand,
liven a corn will make hint Irritable, cross,
sngrv nnd on nngrj man seldom suc
ceeds The trlllliiE pain of a corn Is 11
pleasant feeling beslle the agonising ache
of piles Ihnt Is a pain which seems to
pervade the whole bod It communicate!
Itself to nil tho parts neir the seat of the
trouble end brings on a Iicrvv, drag
ging feeling In the perineum. Those who
have never so suffered do not know what It
means. It racks the nerves, prevents
sleep, prevents concentrated thought and
makes n man lose tlesh as fast as he
would with a virulent fever.
And et piles are looked upon as a little
thlnr They nre neglected alloweel to run
on from month to month ami jcar to jear.
By nnd bv comes a dingerous surgical op
eration Ma be It cures nn be It kills.
There Is onlv one sure, safe- and quick
cure for piles. It Is the Pjrnmll Pile
Cure. It Is a recent dlsroverv and Itr
properties nre such that It clennses.sooth' a
nnd bents the Inflamed pirts, reduces tho
lniiiiinmauon at once, and with contin
ued treatment, temoves all swelling anil
nil trace of the disease. It puts the
membranes In a health, active condition
and cure-s completelv mut pernunenll.
Prom C f Collins, Garnett: I com
menced using the Pvramld Pile Cure nnd
mv case was so bad I thought the rcmedv
was going to fall In mv cuse, but bcfoie
I hid used two-thirds of one package 1
began to feel much better and can hon
etlv s 1 y 1 nm intlrelv cured It Is the
quickest anl ntirest remed I have ever
tried or heird of
Prom Joslah Hoberts. Port Oram N J
Just one-quarter of a package of the Pvra
mld Pile Cure did vv omit is for me and 1
have lost no opportunlt of recommend
ing such a treat remedv
Prom William Mcllalc, Itockport, Jh
One package of Pjrnmlct Pile Curt his
helped more thnn an) thing I hive vet
P.vrnmld Pile Cure Is sold bv druggists
generill) If vours doen t keep it. hi
will c.et It for ou if vou lsk I1I1.1 l'cok
on cnue ind cute of piles sen nee ,' 1
cttcss I') r unit Drug Co, Albion. .Mich
LADIES' TAILOR MADE SUITS
Kxtrn Lonp Prince Albert Suit
To-day we Will place mixed weave Silk lined throuqfh-
on Sale an assort- out-xvas 5S-now...S42.60
ment of Ladies' Fine Prince Albert Suit of exccl-
ci t li t m 1 lent Scree lined with Taffeta
Strictly Tailor Made Sllk-w.is j4o-now. .$30.00
Suits Spring and . .. ... t , . ,
c i Lonjj rrmcc Albert fancy mixed
Fall Weights. . . weave waist Silk lined was $35
Diagonal Melton Suit Cutaway Coat Silk lined was $37
Short Basque Suit made with coat collar and lapels, double
breasted, pointed back and front, lined throughout with Silk
was $35 now $25.00
Short Basque Suit coat collar and lapels, of fine Serge and
Diagonal Cheviot Silk lined was $sS now S2f .98
Short Basque. Suit coat collar and lapels Serge Silk lined
was siS now $!2.98
Covert Cloth and Serge Suits that were $25, $zS and $30
now ' $18.00
Serge Suits that were o. 00 now. $ 4.50
All of these suits have lull cklrt-Large sleeves In colors lllack,
llliie- nnd llriiuii-inid nre all strlrllj lullor .Made.
EMERY, BIRD, THAYER & CO.,
srcci struts to
OVI1 DA tOW IINTKIN.
I, edit lima (llliuiiit ring.
Washington. Jan. SJ Advices from As
slaunt t'nlteil btutea Treasurer Jordan at
New York mute tha total wlthdr.avvu.ls of
.uld from tho sub-ticanury to-daj was
ll.'OO.Oui) which leaves tho true amount of
the? fcold rekcrve at the cloto of business
to-du ytTiJiiO, or uliout f 1 000 UXi less
than on the duto of the announcement of
the last bond Usue On the elate of tho
announcement of the llr.it Isiuu tho gold
reserve reached !Sl,&j,StA
The burning out of a Hue at Eleventh
aid Hlc'eorj otrects caused a still alarm
last night 'I here was ro damnte
Bovcn Chinamen vvero lined $1 eich In
the folice court jesterdn on n charge ut
lunnlng laundries without llcentc
Detective Henry fctark leturned to Chi
cago es era with fdne5 Cooper who
killed Ocorge Adams in Chlcngo Octobci
Will O Donnell and Clint S)lv ester were
arrested c.tcida mornli g on a charge of
stealing main from Spark Hros' st ibla nt
Seventeenth nnd Hell streets
Dr W A Qunle will lecture nt the
.Memotlal Lutheran church, corner Slih
street and Trac averue, on Prlday even
ing Jar.uarj .;. Hubject, "Tho Life Th it
.Vow Is "
Geoige allies, aged 11, was committed to
the county jail b Justice Kiue-er Ian
night on a chaige of feloniou! nssaultin t
H H Sanders on Dee ember " The heat
ing of the cue vv is -set for I'rlda
Joseph amcer was arraigned before
Justice Krueger esterday on a ch irge of
bteallng f n worth of eopper wlro fiom the
Ameilcnn I'.lettilc Light Tampan His
piellnilnarv hearing was fet foi January:?
ItO Kneedler. charged with belncr one nt
the oung men who burKkirlnl t. Welle
store on Host Hlghteenth street a few
nights ago was bound over to the giand
Jur b Justice WIthrovv esterda after
noon. The condition of Andievv atcCravv. the
pover house ertlneer, who seriously in
jured himself Momliy night In falling half
way through a man hole. Is blovvl rroulng
worse It Is not believed that he can nos
Wes Smith was sentenced to sIM da
In the count Jill b Jiibtico Joco ebter
elay on a charge of stealing a black silk
drcisimi a pali of shoes from Hllza Tup.
lett on t l.ouls avenue and prenentlng
them to another kill
The Jackson Count .Medical Soclet will
meet this evening In Its rooms In the ata
sonlo building In a A l'reman will
report a cate of cerebral enbollsni and Dr
I. It. nibble will read a. paper on ".Medical
Tads mid l'adellstt '
The subject for ellscusslou at tho publlo
meeting of the Kansas Clt 'Iheosophleal
feoclety to-night villi be a consideration of
-jvature, ine inill's Teachet," 'Ihc meet-
Ins will be held In tho rooms of tho soeiet.
In tho .Mubonli bull ling, 81." Walnut MKct
A free Illustrated lecture will bo ilellc.
creel this evening at the Hirst t'nlteil jies
bterlan church, .Sixteenth and Holmes, by
Itev, l O Ito. of ItlLhmond, Kas, on
"Tho Christian Church, Hepeclall tho
Church of tha Reformation Along Scot.lth
Deputy Constable Ablo svvoio out a war
rant ei.terday before Ji ttct Hawthorne,
charging John lie .1 m with threaieninB
to assault him vvih t n bet. lIcAnanj
was a former edlto t ir Columbian Han.
ner and when Atir n .j to servo some
paper ou SIcAnany . e contest oer that
tionl iiomi: 1011 i'r.i. n.it.
It Ii TreipoMd to t-htublMi -ii Il an n-tl-t
nt ton ut 1 tirlMor Spring, aio.
HceIslor Sprln i- Mo , Inn 23 (Special )
A scheme has t n on foot for some time
to establish a n ellonnl printers home in
tills city and a nod deal of oulet though
effective' work has been .iceompllshed In
The Idea or sn ated with the veteran ed
itor of an inllu ntliil metropolitan Journal
who K sonifWlut of a philanthropist but
v hose nam 1 1 the present cannot be
,'lvcn A numb r of othei gentlemen of a
like generou- 1 position have tnken with
the Idea and 1 ilh d to Its support nn 1 now
It appears in 1 lair vva to be refill, id
The Ece l-loi piings compan has do
inter a site an1 the gentlemen m imgln
Its oflnlre will otherwise aid In bringing
tbe project to a successful termination
The obJe t if the home Is to be a n 1
tlonnl one t'-at i not foi the union print
er, slmplv but or nnv printer who mnv
from an ni-e need h"lp or shelter an 1
from an pi rt of the United States That
Is tho bro'd td.-a of the prime movers of
tho project an1 the plan In brief Is to e
euro contributions fiom the pre of the
United Ptates tn erect the neeescary build
lngs nnd maintain It
Such a home will be bad! needed during
tho next frvv v cars more so on neount ct
tho lntro-luctlon of tpeettlng machines
that leave manv of the old veterans with
out emplovmentmen whose ngu ia 1 ill
fortune will not permit them to master nnv
other trade that will vleld a llvln,- 1 j
thorn OlelcltWMi I inds Nut Alfeeteil
Abilene, Kus Jan 23 (Special) The re
port tint Dleklnsoi count Ian Is are in
eluded In the suit of tho goveinm ut
against the rct'lcrs under the Union 1 ,1 1)1
land grants Is erroneous The stilt title ti.
only one man In the eount. to far as
known, nil other lands Inside the limit of
tho grant having leen purc!ned b spec
ulatori before the grant was given, hence
making .1 clear tltl
Scottish Kite Minimis Confer Hegreeo on 11
1 1 i-s of s, t 11,
The Scottish Kite .Masons held a spe
cial convocation vestetd.i In their
temple In the .Masonic hill It was in
the natuie of an oict Intent, because
everv je.ai the' orelei holds two regular
convocitlons each lasting four das. In
April anil October, respectivel Tho Idea
was to hold a convocation lasting one'
ilij for the nccommoel itlon of out-of-town
membeis of tho 01 (let who cannot
afford to spend tho four elajs required
nt each legtilat convocation The de
grees conferied vesteidiy wen thp
lourtli to tho foutteenth, Inclusive, In
the Iidge of IVifectlon William Har
vev, 33rd elegiee, conteneel the' elegrecs,
assisted bv James tj .Stovve, u3rd ele
giee, and W II Leavltt. 22el elegiee The
cla-s numbered seven John attillovvnev,
John H Loo-en, Leslie C Feirt-e, I b
Hurst anil William dough, of Kansas
Clt, John Dotnself, of Weatport. and
John H Hownnn, of bt Joseph Mai tin
Collins, of bt Louis, liibpeetoi general
of the oreler In atlssourl, the highest
oincei in tne state, was picsent to
gether with Iltois fiom ft Louis
Iieka and Ichlta.
loa and 104 West pth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Tho Old Itellnbln Doctor. 01det. In Age, T.nngcst Located. A He go la
(lriilii.Ho In ateellclnc. Over 21 lears bpeclal 1'iactlce.
1 .i . v. .s- c..A . . ... nuonntiiy urovmio -j ODrnlAt meetcro ss.......
ldlliurieu u, iiiej .iitiu ei iiejai. cnnei.ii', ntn fwwu ..' ui ..wna. witLimtu, .uici
ni unntecel or money rctt nded All medicines furnished ready for use. No detea
tlon from business. IMtlcnis at a distant a treated bv innll and express. Medicine.
scntcieryvvhcro.freolromgazoorbrcal.age. Charges lovr. Over SO 000 cases .cured. Ago and
experience aro important, btato v our easo ana senu tor xcrms. uonsuuauon 13 jrco ana conu
dr mini, cither personally or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (fKSTmpotcnsI-.)
producing losses, pimples and blotches on tho face, rushes of blood to head, pains In back, con
fused Ideas and for,Tclfulncss, bashfulncos. aversion to tocicty, losa of fcexual power, loss of
manhood, Ac , cured for life I can stop nit nlht losses, restore lost sexual power, restoro ncrr
and brulu power, cnlargo and strengthen weak parts and inalto j ou Ut for marriage'.
vnhilic tint tcrriblo disease, in all Its JCf riri-tiri permanently cured without
11,111111:3, jorms nn, stages cured fori7""1 ,lul w caustic, cuttlnj, bougies or
life. Wood Poisoning. Skla Diseases. Ulcers,
j sounds. No pa'.n, co exposure- Patient can
Kwell Ines. Snrcs. nonnrrherlnnil flleet. and all dlisn tho treatment at home.
.. ..,.., . -.--, . .-- - - ..- .....
iormsoi J'rivato uiscascs positively curea on Uirff mil kin run ureal Turusn
money refunded. j K,Ilt-UlliaLlilIl Khoumatlo Cure, k
Rnnlf fur both sexes fO paces, 27 pictures, I SUI1B CUKE. Tho (freatcst ellscov cry In tha
""" iruo 10 inc. wiiu Iltu uescriptioii 01 anno is t.i xncuicine. una 000 gives renci, w
abov 0 diseases, tho effects and cure, sent seal-fcvrdosc3removo fover and pain In Joints,-
oelinplalnv nppcrfors.e,lnstamps. Itcadthlslrurolii n few days. Send statement of case,
little book aud unswer Hat of ipititlons. I w itU stamp for circular. 1
FfPP. MncAittn nf Aninmv For Men Only, neplctowlthj ornce nouns:
Tee JtlUSeUrn Ol Anatomy thousands of curiosities Thol Sa.m.toSp.n.
life Uko models anil tnt figures deeily impress tho inlnd, a school of in-1 Sundays 10 to 12.
struction a se rinoa without vords
"J li hat a SBOO deposited In D-a lank, which I ulll forfeit for above dlscaiet that I ctmnot cm
Fifteen lliiIm ii i('cI foi
Juuritul sRIUcreil ut jour luur.
W; La Douglas
6'W VjtsT3VsrJ'tJnTFOR AUING.
Sfr's .f S. CORDOVAN,
4-M.33 V FlHE CALf 'J'Mimto
&i &??& '.oppoUCE.asoLcs.
sii 7SS I r -UllOV I IHi-
1 ?'. K
I! lllk ( lllllll-es lit s,ln ,,
Snllna. Kas, jn "3 -(f.pec lal ) An Im
portant change In banking circles of this
clt has bt'ii mae'e vvheieb th" rarm
ers' Xntlonal assumes control of tho emtio
business of the frallna .National bank
The n tiring bank was the oldest one heie
nnd was In a prosperous condition J W
aiorrls, of Leavenworth, was the principal
y,'fSs?S -C5K052 1I'"!
- s. '- Uf-oenoiiJ-jis.
Ov cr One Million Prorle wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH our shoes are equally sctislactory
The ul e t'ic bst value for thi inoacv.
1 hey tqu. t ci'sloin shoes la style aid fit
Th Irv ciringuurlltlescfe unsiirrcstcd
rnc n lets aru unllTii, stomped 011 cole,
"run $1 to fa euveilovirethcr mcl e.
li ur dsaler cinnot 't. t' ouviocuc. fcclJ'
' tltLMl-, f, I Wuiifnt l Vve.
I, Ol 1)1 N I t 1 I . s W.,,,1. 11th 111,1 11,1,,
II. 1. MO Vis. -,,11 -t St.
1 . VI II VHN, ir,,'.i i.rlM, n.
itllt s( II llltds ,1111 1, rami Vve.
1 lti I) l'lil I,l,tll , spiliiu'lii hi Vie,
III M.V t I Iv. HID ! VV . -I Kill st.
as House Coke!
A clean and cheap Fuel.
$4.00 per ton of 50 bushels.
For sale by all dealers.
Kansas Ciiy Gas Light and Goke Co.,
Telephone 8903. 9th and Central.
ASK FOR A
The MERCANTILE IS THE FAVOMTE TEN CENT CIGAR.
I or s do hv all rirst. class IValcrs Manufactured bv the 1". It. lilt I. Ml.ltt'AMILl OJfiAIt
til, 1'icloiv Nn. 301 St l.ouls lo ntvs W Laviii estern Agt. ill UyMi Ave, Kas Cl'y,
J D V Hircrit President.
i HrMtv C. Kumpp, Ice I'rev
New York Life Building.
It D Tovincton Cashier D A. Mclvinnp't
1' II KUVir, II, J IlOCKE. fa b. SjhltT.
Foreign Drafts Issued on .all Parts of the Old World.
1' W. atarsh, llrldgepoit. Conn , Is nt the
A I. Oeu, Chicago, Is at the Coates
W. C. 11 de. Philadelphia, Is at tho
i: J. Itersey, New Vork, Is at the Coates
I' A. Hngllbh, Omaha, Is at the Coates
.Mai tin Collins, fat. l.ouls, s at the
i: It Smith, Urookljn, Is at the Coates
I." II Ilarnes, New Haven, Is at the
h II Qlllet, Cnnlon, III , is at the
J L Dal.er, Lincoln, Is at the Coates.
Joseph Wheat and son, of Admire, Kas ,
are nt the New Albany,
L II AMngtleld nnd wife, of Lawrence,
Kas , are at the New Albany,
I' ar Chase, of Council drove, Kas, was
at the New Albiny jesterday,
W II Ward, of .Mendon, aio, was at the
New Alban esterdny.
Mm tin Oauldln Jr of atarshall, aio, la
at the New Alban.
J Y Scott. Washington. Pa . Is nt the
H I. Paulson, Independence, aio, Is at
T II (Julnc. Sallna, Kas, Is at the
II I) Dutton, St, Joseph, aio , Is nt the
C. V Burton, Fort Scott, Kas , Is at thu
Oeorgo A, Bolus, loin, Kas, is at the
W, P. Hunt and family, of Oklahoma
lerrltor, ure at the, Victoria.
I. L Sanlter Kansas City, Km , Is at the
IS Tilt OM.V
ortlt is of
Tir uro duiranieel
5 Cor tlnV MrJnSu,
axiiii i ny iau
DR. TCLIX LE OROM'S
Steel g Pennyroyal Pills
t'.T '".orlgtiiiil anil only
I UL..MJ1I, mfo anil relialilo euro
i o inarKi i, rricei, $1 (i toot
bv mail, (irnulncibuldouh bv
iedormnnn .V Hallar, HrugiMsts and s,0;u a,
WU Main street. Kanas City, Ma
BJUriOU-A!uUturr lnteuae Itfhlcff al
ktlairlefl wvattttuliebli wur;ebyKMUhTij If
S-)lotd to outlaa luinop for at nii prwlru Ir
li bleb if?ij t,'. ,l-f.,. ,M,-,.f,,.l luilnir ?crr
tlrcjlntf, tbwrblholuuiitr. hllijrtru "utt rt
d. w. woonwAito. r. a. faxom. j. c uoktox
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
imuLnts v I'Aisxs, oils ad lahs,
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo,
"THOUGHTLESS FOLKS HAVE THE HARD-
EST WORK, BUT QUICK W1TTED
lice into wo fitrnUli more luniU .mil
reiidir better ervlri llim nil)
lithe r I Hindi In Hue clt.
t .in biitipl u few morn unices or ball.!
Iiikii. lull up 111. 1J7I.
Silver Towol & K, C, Towel Go.
" KUl MAIN Sllthht,
Snpr.WIn tin I aire.tntniu, Kczcma
oeiciillte, no, li ouiUUI i.i.l iui,klniiieatca
1'ltH 1. al.liei.
narlfir Un 0 "t"ti s i i,ii.i,. nni an
djiaciiic ntii it .M.ieveii s liihi'Mu:.
PHK i: SI.OO.
5narlll Un 1 CUKI'H t'enmlr We-nU-OUStlllb
nUi eji nc3 an 1 ,llt, u.i - of women.
Medicines sent to all points securtl tealed,
on receipt of price, (Ilvo all hjmptemi-. vvher.
ordering dv mall, t eirn.puiidciicu Coiiflden
till. cnd stamp for booklet.
CONSULTATION FREE AND INVITED,
Onicohours0to5, 7 to 8 Sumlai 10 toll.
PILES CUREO OR NO PAY.
233FI. GX33X3JS cfe OO.,
10 West Muth bt.. KAX.S Vb CIXV. 3IO.
TO THE YOUNG FACE!
Pozzonl's Complexion Powder cives fresher I
charms, to the old renewed youth. Try it. I
"- ' Trnfl
Wash Your Face with
A puro AntlBeptlo Toilet Soap for tho BMn,
bcilii. und Couip'cxlon IbugsUtB fill It.
J t ul-c'.s ti w. llowaru of initaliuns.
A Hook on Dormatolocy with every tako
Woodbury's Facial Soap,
m Carriage and Baggage
Seventh and llrnidwuy,
K.SS CITY. 310.
The llnlu Uttlctati
! tablet tho City.
r.M.I'CIWFns, Ol'f.V TUV AM) NIGHT
President and Manager
No Extra Charge (or filgiit Work.
Always call us up waeu In coed ot a Cairlags
or a Daggagt) U'ason.
I HAVU unusual facilities for rurnuhin
reliable Information about lands, laws
taxes patents, mines and general affalri
iur ivaii;o, wenirdi .vnierrica una
dies Correspondence solicited.
oay, or an eveninKs ror engag
E4ward U. YouDf, Excbftug built
Oldest and Original
io West Ninth StKansas Clty.Alo.
I.eidlnu and .Successful SpecUlUt In niomL
Nerjoujt and Urinary DUeasoi.
ar.nuvt lil.llli.m, wUh ,,, -,,
Rlooioy symptoms, cured. "
si'im'im'iI1.' ' '. l"."uanently restored
UK l Ait v SU,ris'SrJ,"'' "llll0.ut 'nSry.
thorouKAly """." ."red etulcUly'anl
MIII.N AI.I. IITIIKItl PAII.roniuli n n
f h!','.li.'tre'"' ' rec.elVB "9 " aWoS'ift
ili)iclan of experlouce. kldll and lntV"rltv S'o
..n. iii.'1"1 "l-u-d at (.mall cost, anl
hlsi ?r Y? lea ireaimeat -,VI?
.VT'J".,i'j?usu'lu"on A urinary analyst.
GUIDE 5 "i"1"1 aud emerKenciei. waist
r-.if ,ior",", ''"PS. llUuLsTroj
Call or address In conUdenco '-"""rruj.
Dr, H. J, WHITTIER,
lowest Mnlhht,, KA.NSib miv, M
THE HOST PERFECT OF FENS,