Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Kansas City daily journal. (Kansas City, Mo.) 1892-1897, March 02, 1895, Page 8, Image 8',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
TOE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. SATURDAY, MAltCU 2, 1803.
Crr$ (ri) f"Q FEtj
mvffli'l mil rrtFh
'fesfirfe'!. .- ISfFsflsg i&k tea
i ''.-.wo i-: ;-:'ri i vr ?n it ""- r t
'UJOc5pzr tsssnaa --
Arc ou In iloulit n to th proper rnper
cr tin. dUtlncilcl come t 'point m eoiiio
ill inltoj rule of i llatu tt.'- 'Would JOU bo
fuil oimi-Kiuit ulih tin rrnoirracnu of
l ImMv In n n in ml-iakil) up to ;lnl
l -in .i ' -5 n int.! the 'follow in from
th L,i c mall Irlbulu :
,Sv- f ""f lm ln'loxl. illy Mill lint
t.Vtiurli t re n,,'. mo,t unpoittint thin"
both o It miinner tnlo the Mnii,
i .i.k mi'i-" niitW Uial cumlltit"
"' ! - ...... g I t, n m tlf II fit (lit If A
llnsttV1". ,t,ltp T"' - .-
u u m itcart nn.l U a niiluro limy b
husniM In It poi't'e (loilmSjti of n gentle
-- - n
nnd Jij(ut 'o tile worm nt inrif incop .ire
" "", ;; irn r ctones, irotn which should
icck o the lnor nfphlurturo Unit torn
lis to .. ino utriuttiri
SuuunKii In rtl.iiitti nr. j.ur. Iy nsirlPi
.... f.li!on, only to Iip n lopud In tint
I . ur em ho r.Miinl tin- Uiu of a
ir.iat or "linking humls one uf tho serious
en a in lire
Uotli Jiii-n mill women hmltalo at the foot
r i an j on r tlu iruivtlon nfl to Jihlcn
ihall ,o lint -the Moninii or the iniinT'lliiii
t ion t-iil If rimrmlwrril, will Boiern the
IlldC IHlOll -lllllt 111 ROltlK llollll tllO Htl'IH
tho in ui follows the iioiimli, 111 Kol'IK "P.
lir pr l'i a. hi r
Sn r iii ii uomiiti on . clnlroniic, no
milter uiidT what luiiiocutloii, fierlall
II sou haie no .tcqiiulntiince with her. If
a in n I" lomlni? ilowimtnlm liiirrleillj.niul
n woman iipprei I uen the Hltu.itlon, she can
o k n !i. r steps or st mil iistili-, bui UiK.
Uo tul I't mi. ileum ion." He should
Ijw Ilia tliulil.K ami p.ibS on
nicry Rcntlomin should remove his hit
wmn ae ompansliiK a woman down tlio
si p . It they are ktransers. and meet im
the stnlrw.is, she lulianeln?. ho should
btund to one lile, anil lunialn with head
imcocrcd until she Ii a step nbpe him,
thin resume his a. hhould lit. be a few
Mens from lop or bottom, he mint fio
talk to the landliiK. allow Inc her to pass
Thlt ts the etiquette of the stairs It
mi) sound trtMal to enumer.ite these
nil s to a mar. of tin world, but It is a
mfc c tlmate that lv out of oci ten
farK I to observe tin m when In tile rii"li
of buslntss olllcts, hoal-, or tven board
Xet to the question of the slalrw.ij
come the probU.ni of the door. vvnen
women are .ilnK out of the room nun
should Hive them precedent; At the door
If a man has follrmtd a. vvonnin down the
j-talis: he allows htr to pass Into the room
lint as he vt.indi at tin. side of the door
w ii not In hind her
It the door Is closed he enn step liefore
hei and open It It Is erioneoul thought
thut if the door oi ns Into the root;; tin
mm should p.ns in with the handle In
han 1, and utuml there is she enter;. The
ilooi can be thrown open and held back
with his oi.en h mil from the Mde on which
he should st ind ThcrLfoie tin manner In
villi Ii a door opens does not alter Ills at
titude The tvio rules aln.nlv outlined should
stand for a man's' couiusy In an ekiator.
A woman pieides him both whin entir-
inir and liavlni,- tho lift Jlui niu not veil
cartful in lifting their h in wh.n feminine
1 oc upints share the elevator. "It Is tiou-
1 lib Mim ' they arsue, but It is a. bre-lch of
1'vollttntss to do othtrwlsu
l'1 Wh i,-tetinfr a woman on the street do
A. ... .. tiv . r.m li it .., (i fc. ttinll tin.
ln'inlj 'ojih Its brim viltli our IlUKeis.
pita 'ii oVLrlns tntlrelj from the head,
. I II U ill ".lit Jil-ta,
t hard to iltt. rinlno w httlier man
liould boi tlist. It Is vtty ninth
of the diKrto of Intlni icv In
ti l SUK1U actiu.lini nice, il wumin
allow id tin clioite of lttonltlon
0 It ili pends very much on c.itch-
1 i i, toi .i woman dislikes bj look
0 nun lo notice u. nnn acqiianuantu ii
it ha o foi gotten thu Intioductlon.
ir biithorn tountriis It Is the voruo to
vlth hit In hind while converlnu
on i.'i strtet with a filLml of thu upposltu
hLX climitie londltlon do not favor that
tuaiom In all latitudes In lieu of this, the
LeuilLiiian lifts Ills hat both on iiddrtsslnK
und I. living liti. Tho b. st piotidtire unuXr
huth irtuinstancta is to wall; with the
man until the coniusatlon is ended
s n.litvt3 htr from uny tom.pli.uoU3-
v hi n estortinK a vvoinin to the theater
ways ro up and down the aislo before
ir This rule ts founded on common
..no foi jou make clear tho path When
hi coupors aro Ideiitltlcd, stand aside and
ui It piss In 111 st Always rlso when a
vioni.ui is pf-slni; In fiont of sou to a heat.
It is no mink of dtftitnte, but makes less
obsn u lion
A man should oiTu his arm to a lady
in .r nifc'liilall The tiinum Is not as Ben
i ii us toimerb, but it lends too much
i.p it and comfoit to womtn to over
i i l in o disfavor. In assisting her over a
cru ' or through a crow did thorojffn
fui In hand placed under her elbow 13
n i in. ulous To tin elderly woman ho
enjll ttnd tho lattu courtesy tit any
n. r Uiu daj, us she will probably
111 i J I'll, huppoit.
win i .r sou iee n woman's gown In
di i r, -.0 that others ma unpltasantly
cr i , the fact should be told htr. Tho
mam i oi telling ditermlnt-3 her lecoptlon
of i V man who Hums his hat, supi
up 'u i woman mid quletls sass 'I lit J
i.ir , i ion, but oiu klrt is Kilpplnu
ik.i i und tuins away, may ftcl assurta
b In- I .no the proii thing It may cm-
1 . i h.i dteplj. Out sin will thank him.
.i nis a dojten pasbcisby trom laiiKii-
i ' ' i
;- .1 men till me they Blanco over a
f i -, tf .lb i veij carefull f they nro
ii . ii.lii' lit i to a public place. All
ii i is nf the lovily ht do not possi s
iii i uuil BQivns uie somttlints tanltas-
, so the Minimum e of a quick
. a I i bit of ndv let though muscu-
1. mo prevent latei dbusttr
II w bluill I fchal.e hands?" ntl: u scpro
or i.. n hurel tl.tro aio chunses n that
oi " ( ustom " .....
r mliul those MtsarlcE. Htiako hands
n nut enrdla! and Kinceful way you
know Don't let the hand fall throufh
join friend's without mew Joihlni; Is
ho unpleasant to tho othei party. It tho
womun Is unKlovd, and there. Is pleasant
. i. .wi.lii.. l.i tin ?. .nil u hnr hullil II
Lordial .lisi 'Ihe mw luflhod of "IiIbIi
liandsbukiiig ' piovliUs . loi the, glovud
woman -and It ts a sensible provision just
tak her iIiib.ih within oura nnd shako
It n oi a bud with the chest, This pie
vtii. vou willing lir glovts Your own
li i liuu! I be mi' "v it.! when grei ting
fri' Is of elih. i Sc
If ton art making a short call, carry
thn ' ng tin Ir hands Into their packets
Into the drawing mom riace mo inn ami
lane en an nvallulile pleto of furniture,
kicpu the glovis In tho left hind Where
it'i'ti nous an In piomess liuvu the llrst
two artu les in the ball
Tho little boys who were admonished for
thru tu ' their hands tnto their pockets
vvlillo talking to liulbs would bu suipriscd
at the s stein In vogue for tho past live.
enrs '1 ho . one. t altitude now Is to stand
fn the tuinu rl proerlbtd manner, a la
aibsou'j voilcty mm When dining the
same lom w observed bttween the
coulees, .Kiel a man slis with both hunds
liulf sllpi d into hU tiottscrs pockets.
vi.(ii;r.vin i; i.oitr.
I'nii tl'iil ti'"' t'i (ui llliiU llrgirdlng the
l.uiiKlllg null -ri..ci niTiiiis.
All vegetables should bo put In boiling
wai r v hen tt on tiu Jtovo to cook, ,1'ta.
nai .i4in,. potatoee. and all delicately lla:
vtiiid vegetables should be only covered
with wmr, but Ihon with a strong 111.
ov, l'ko carrots, cabbage, onions and dan
delion i should bo coolttd In a generous
iiuamltv of boiling water. All irreeu vege,
-. iblej should be cooked with the cover par
tial! olf the stew pan. It hives them u
bttt'r color and t. more delicate flavor
Tho averago housekeeper Is careless as
to the time of tooklug vegetables, et a
vege table Is as much Injured by too much
or toe little cooklag as is a loaf of bread
or cake. Wnen vegetables are underdone
they ure hard and Indigestible, and when
ovenlo'ie they Income da k, 4tronB-ila-vortd
Now, nltioutlt a rotato vln be bird if
not ccokod enough, even wo m.nutes'
cooking after the prpi'tr time .u injure It.
If potatoes be covered with bolline, wa
ter, and p'acej on the fire, the ook In
thlrt mlnut-i If they bo very email,
they may get done In twer.'y-elghe min
utes, and If they be large. It roa tsJte thir
ty-two to COOK ineiii euiucivuii. .iicjr I
should be kept boiling all the tlaia aXter
Itlty on e I) e n but not at ft furious t i'e
as a t mi mill lnllii(r br iks ill' surfu
of the lol Uo li'fore the nut r l- eook 1
Tho tlm of tiwklnir I- to b , ounted from
the moment th bolllnc w it. I Is pom. 1
over the iKitntms Wh.n tin otatons nn
done the wiiir hmilil be pour, d orf mil
(he steint tin n ulloued to i- ape Shnul I
It be I eresury to keip tin in warm nrier
that cover them with a iont towel, never
with the pot lolir, for If the steam does
not hive a chance to esiipe it will bo ab
sorbed liv the potatoes, which will leome
sod.btt, dark unit stroiiB llavored. linked
potatoes take aliout forlv-tlve minutes fnr
eoohlnir A Kicat deal iVrnd" uiion the
oven If It be ne. essai to keep a
baked pot ito warm, break it open, wrap It
In a towel und pu il in a warm plni e
Now, ns lo turnip. Tin sin ill white ones
should he boiled if rut In thin slli i s, for
thlrti minutest cauliflower only thlrtv mln.
utes. vvlth inns and asparai.'U8 mucli de
pends upon the stile of tenderniss nnd
freshn-s when picked, and tin time va
ries rrom twmtv lo thlrts-tlie mlnules: Hi
de d peas sometimes require lift minutes'
tooklne, . , .
It Is a pltv that It l a fislilon to serve
such voi;ctnbls as pe is nnd HupariKus In
a same Tilt have so delicate a flavor
Hint only a little- silt nnd cood butter
should lie added tc them. Tills Is truu ul-i
of turnips ('.million or. onions und ear
rots, however, need -t sauce.
An Vppi 1 1
Oh, weather man, lilch up unfold
A more benignant IHsr at Inst,
Oh. let our frost-dlmmi d ces behold
llio bllrrard slRnttl at half mast!
Send hence in gtent repentant tcirs
The snow which nips our feet and
Derlslvel to mot k our fears
Of frozen watir pipes and leaks.
Unfold the burner which foretells
A Kinl.il Jocund atmosphere
Wlio'c umluIatlnB Kiace dispels
The thought of chilblains lingering near.
This countr sometimes makes a moss
Of diplomatic enterprise,
On cnrrenc Its every g ies
Ills been fullllled contr.il Iwise.
And other things have gone awry,
Youis is the chance dim t let It slip
To square us In the public ee
With bitter weather workmanship
Odd Iti ins 1 rum l.vi r win n .
In the Loo-Choo islands, between Japin
and l'ormos.i, though th to nro neither ve
hicles nor public lighting, the Inhabitants
have letter bois and telephones
Above the dooiway of the Uanklro music
hall in okohimi ears ago was printed
In ItaKlMi "I'or the- amusement of for
eigners. No do3 or Chinamen admitted."
liles vveie used on houses in Jlomo .VjO
A woman's briin declines in weight
after the age of J)
Admirable (Jrlchton U said to have been
the master of all the arts and sciences
of his da. !I was able to convirso anil
dispute In .imiimeiit In twelvo 1 mguages.
Kissing a woman's lips is a gtoss Insult
in rinl ind
I)r hehaff of ienna h is applied pho
tograph to the study of tho human skin.
A bright light is pioje. ted on the pan of
tho skin to be i samlned, and b dire-et ex
posure' man Mil ill details of the skin, in
cluded mirkiims not usually dls. ernible,
About a iloren ears ago a oung lad
Hi ln,j at Neiveastle-on-Tjno got lost nnd
was put In the workhouse He was ap
prenticed to a farmer, but tan nwa to sea,
and, later, enlisted as a soldier, finally,
returning to his native city, In dlstoicied
bis mother, who had lone considered him
It Is said that a man at Homing's Cor
ners, Tenn , shrinks once a -month from
W) lo 110 pounds and remains in that con
dition for a week, after which lio regains
his original weight.
The statement Is made thnt timing the
Inst 100 cnrs franco has lost C,000,(XiO t.ol
dters in war.
The tongue recovers from an lnjurv
much moio quickly than any other patt of
tho human system.
Old "VI ii rl tut Ci n iimllli
"Wedding" i omea from an old word,
i..n.i n. "wfil ." n. Tiledge or token, still
usee! In hi otland to denote i ball or suret .
An early IJngllsn uutnor, one noueit
JlrilUllC, writes oi llllllg ins Kie.ve.iu
wed. also lieonrey unaiuer wijn. .
him beware his nekke lleth to vicsiue.
1'urthermore tho pott Cower enlightens us
on the uso ot mo woiu weuue u- me
Tiut llrst 'cr thou bo hpedde,
Thou shal t li.ivo siicli n wtdde,
Thut I will have tiolh on hando
That thou shalt bo mn husbando.
AnBlo-Saon custom ordained that when
the betrothal of oung people look place
thu vouth gave tho maiden certain "weds,"
one of which wu-s a ting It was put on tho
right hand then, being subsequently re
moved to tho left on mnirlage. This Is
apparently tho origin of our present en
ihO BlVlIlg ui JIWIU y is iisiiKii.-et ie, liier
time of Clovls, vi ho, when married to
l'rlneess Clothlldo, guvo her a "(.on ' and
a "denier." Since then th. so have become
legal marriage offerings even In this day
in franco. Of lourse the value of coins
depends on tho status of the contracting
parties formetly a like custom existed
In Lngland Tho bride or her aiti ml int
currle-ii a bag, often handsomely embroid
ered, to teielvc the gift of the biide This
receptacle was ailed a "dow (from 'dovvoi')
purse," and this i ustoni long lingered In
rountrv pins Uvldtntly from it origin
ated the brld.il Rift of tnr. nts or btlde
groom culled a dowty Ch inibtts' Journal.
II irbara "Oh, mother diar, I've got such
i ii vln !
iotiior "Havo iuu. d irllng?
llirlinia "111 tne propir
eotirsi !" Cicorgo lui Maurler
Win .Mu'ii Ami).
W'tn tnae away It seems though
111' sky gits dirk an folks must know
"At sump n wrong, nn' uen it's chill
An' dtiary home th' houso U still
Wen ma's a.vay they ain't no fun;
I Jest set roun' an' can't eat none,
An' reel my hi art begin t' sink
At all th' accidents I think
Has happened oiire
W'en ma's away,
W'en ma's away up to that placo
Where nury angel s ot a faco
'3 kin ' ber"s I b'lecve I'll die
An' toller her. 'causo I cau't try
An live alone
Wen iiu'a aw a.
lloiv Ilig Wu .VdjinV
There are hardly any truthful records of
the giants of the past, though literature is
full of wondious tales about them. A
,'-.' .1 .I uueiiuirtii, .u. jienrion, once es
, franch academician, 31. Henrlon, once es-
and that of Kva lis. nrononlnnu thnt a
have appeared mo4t formidable to the uer.
pent, and made the proposition for ancles
seem a somewhat trivial thine. The same
authority brings Abraham dawn in iwnniv.
iii- aa .....4 , " - r '";'.
vis'ifc ;.uc.v.vuu iiiuaca atones umy
teen. Goliah'a record?! hpl?ht la .n.VA..-
only a hoe fett nine Inches, which U vrithliland tho other a Boor'doctor to two dUXereat
Paine's Celery Compound Makes
People Well S
It Makes Strong Nerves and Pure
Blood; It Cures Disease!
It Is llie One Remedy That All Schools
ol Physicians Prescribe.
The Demand for It Is Tremendous; It
Never Fails to Benefit.
Nothing Was Ever So Highly
and Widely Recommended.
First Prescribed by America's
It Has Become
Hen and Women in the Highest Stations Publicly
Grateful People Eveiy where Hearifully Indorse
the Famous Itemed7.
it nmUes people well!
It builds up tho weakened, Fhattereil
nerves; It nend! new life ivnd blood
through the urterles.
"W'lleie eveiythiiiK (le hns failed
Pnlne'a oeleiy eompoml the Rieatest
achievement of that plant anions men,
the nbleht phvMclnn of this generation,
1'iofeor IMvvnrd i: Phelps, Jr. D, IiU
D, 'if D.irtmouth thN wonderful
I'dlnc'tt celeiy tompond lias in thou
KaudH of cns-e3 med disease.
It has fieed old iiko from ranny of Its
Inflrmltii", It has mnde thim-iands of
lives vvoilli living that were once .i bui
ilen. It hns provtn Itself t-o easily the
Kreatebt of all uprlnff ieme!les, making
the weak btions nnd the inllrm well,
that In tho tilu oltliv. Now York, Chica
BO, I'lilladilphln, lioston, Kt. I,ouis nnd
tho rest, the leading neWBpapeis, mak
ing their own canv nes, havo found
that tho lUniind for I'alno'H celery eom
pound Is tnoimous, ua far BtirpassliiK
that uf nny other remedy .is tho cura
tive power ot this Kreat compound does
Indisputably surpitis that of nny other.
I'or l'.unes celety compound Is not a
patent miditlne. It is not (m ordlnniy
tonic, saiMiinnlla or neivine. It Is .so
miperlor to iliem all that I hey mu not
oven good lmltatots.
the bounds of possibility. Pliny bpenkB of
molng a gla.uU.su ten feet two Inches In
height, mid n skeloton seventy feet long.
Thcti) me wkrd. btorieB of tlio Kmpeior
Maximilian, who was leputod to bo nine
f. ot high, ami to have i nten forty pounds
ot meat a da . nerlbner'a .Magazine,
I. Ui tlio lilt Ii (lrl4 a Cluinci.
Srrluncr's for Jlurch: My cousin An
thon has hi en In to tell mo of tho be
truthnl of hl son AJax to a joung wn
mun of exceptionally voluminous ilniincliu
iiioipeots Sly cousin Ih not himself n
man of lart,o mcuna, and his children's
tuitui.es uru still to bo alleles neverthe
less. It viae not without an all of Ckpro
latlon nnd fjmptoniB of uneasiness that
he told mo whit Alax hud dono.
Hut, 1 talfi, eeulng Anthon growing
nolcnin. Fomebody must marry tho rich
glrla. Thero might bo enout-h rtcji young
nnn to pair olf with them it nil tho rich
bnehelora were nvullablo, but as long as
a lurgo porccnfigo of tho rich b.acholora
inalht on marrying poor girls there la no
choice but for eomu rich girls to many
poor men or none. And, after all, If n girl
Is tmly a nice girl, it would bo a shame
to uvold her because ot her fortune. hen
I was loung, I told hlin, If I had really
loved n girl, and hho hid loved inc. und
had boon of ngo and nn orphan, 1 would
havo married her tf who had owned all
Now York between Canal mreot and Cen
tral pirk Pliadful ua It would have been
to bo burdened with cuch a load I would
have ult that a tiuo affection might
m.iUo It tolerable.
"W'o'ro going hoinel" I heard two lovers
They Itlsbcd their friends nnd bade them
I hid tho deadly hunger In n cc.
And leut I might havo fttllisl them, turned
Ah, love, we, too, onco gamboled homo oa
Homo from tho town with puch fair
merchandise , ,
Wine una great grapoa tho happy loycr
A llttlo coiy feast to crown tho day.
Yea; wo onco had a, heaven wo called a.
Its empty rooms still haunt mo llko thine
When tho bint sunset softly faded there:
13ach day I tiead each empty, hauntod
And now and then a little baby cries,
Or laughs a lovely luughter, worso to
nichnrd La Qallleno In tho Yellow Hook,
homo Iteimumi AVli).
"If vou want vour bom ta leave tho
farm,' said Mr, vVood, "do as my father
ut a motner uia, iiavu a rarm aDouc iwico
aa largo ua ou can manage. Don't keep
a hired man. Get up at da light and clave
till dark. Never tako a holiday. Have the
girls do the housework, and take care of
the hens, and help pack the fruit; and
make the bos tend the colts and calves;
and put all tho money they make lu the
"Don't take any papers or magazines, for
they would watte their time reading them,
and lt'a too far to go to the postoltlce oft
ener than once a week. ' If my father
had had the wisdom that John has shown,
his boys wouldn't be, the one a poor lawyer
a Blessing to the
Paine's celery compound positively
and petmanently cutes nervous debilltj
and eluutstlon. Neuralffla, Plecples'i
ness, melancholia, hjbttiia and head
aches jleltl in its ref leaning propenlcs
all these troubles nro directly traee
nble to tho (ui" cdUbe, poorness of the
blood and po irnes-. of tlio neivout, tls
fciics. Tor kidney troubles it is the most in
fallible of remedies. It owes its unfail
ing power tu dieck nt onco the progiebs
of this breakdown among the tissues uf
the kldms to its lemukablo nutiitlve
Just ns p ion as Paine's cekiy com
pound begins Its btiengtlicnlng vvntk
llieie is in mu o a i.illlng of nil tho im
portant org ins of tho body, Tho appe
tite impiovis the spirits become mom
hopeful, the dull pains of disease lessen,
bound, lefreslilng sleep returns, "that
tiled, worn-out feeling" departs, ,md tho
sufteier knows, without being told by
a phjhlcUn, that ho or shu is getting
Tho season of March, April nnd May
tho springtime, when, It one can do -o,
bo must ri'iipoi.'ito bis lost strength
ami get link tho health thnt natuio in
tend! d for him that season is here. It
behoDVia eviry man, woman and jiiuth
now to get well. And Palno'b ockiy
compound makes peoplo well.
cities, and our farm wouldn't bo In tho
hands of strnngois. It m ikes mo slok to go
there 1 think of my poor mother lylm,
with In r tin 1 hinds crossed out In the
(hurchjard. and tho bojs so far away, and
my f.ithir ulvvajs hurijlng und driving us
1 can till vou, 1,-iiira, tho thing cuts both
wnjs. It iHi't all tho fault of tho bojs
that thfy leave tho countri ."Toronto
Afti r tint Jiuttle.
Texas Slftlngs: "Tho babv hns ml n now
tooth, but the old lady Is laid up with a
cold In her head, nnd Johnnie is down with
tho meaalos." remarked a ir.irli m nv.min
man to a defeated candidate.
v nut in uiunucr uo I cirei" was tho
repl of tho defeated candidate, scowling
"Well." taia tho gentleman rlouly, "be
foro the election vou useil in mi,a m
asldo every tlmo you met mo nnd ask me.
how my family was coming on. fo I
thought ou would llko to know Aa I
was fraying, Johnnlo Is ull broken out
with tho meiFles, nnd tho babv "
"Go to Halifax!" roared tho cnper
atod . ex-candidate, producing a police
All of which goes to show that tho de
feated cnndldltu la tlUlto. as Imlonenilnnl
as tho ono who la elected.
An AlTiatloiiuti, Mother.
'Tho moht nlfeetlnnntn inntini. t ..
knew," enld Colonel Goallngton. "and I be.
lleve all mothers aro affectionate, la the
wife ot my joung nephew, Claude Oos.
llngton When their young child was hick
Its mother took lta medicine for It, It was
tome tort of bitter medicine, and when It
camo time to tako It tho child said; !
can't tako that, 's nasty!' 'Well, 'oo
needn't take It, IUglei minima will take It
for 'oo.' And alio did, and thereafter at
tho appointed times sho took ltegle's medl.
cine for him regularly. Itegio got well,
notwithstanding that ho didn't get hla med.
ielnoj but what child could stay long sick
with such a mother as that" New York
'I liu My Ojsler.
'Tin tho voice of tho oyater,
I heard him complain,
"You havo woke mo too soon,
1 must blumbcr again.
I'm fat und quite well
Have no doubt on that head
Hut bay that I'm ill,
And do leave mo In bed.
"Just a llttlo more sleep,
Jubt a little more reat;
How Bwcet, my dear friends,
I thall bo at my bestl
Oh, let uiu re-pose,
bay till 3Ia Slay tho ono'th
When, aa ever)' one knows.
i. ntre a no 'if in mo momi
Giurglt'a Wtuther Trugcil),
They stood outside and shivered
As they heard tho blizzard blow,
And then they blow the fellow
singing "Violets 'Neath tho Snow."
With ulsters buttoned to the thioat
Thev plurged into tho storm.
And lynched tho editor who wrote:
"Come BoJth where all U warm!'
Then at the railroad station stood,
And waltel for the dawn.
Likewise th train went North for good
And let Ua South freeze on I
NEVER APPEARED IN A NEWSPAPER.
Nor have typos over told a more Interesting tale to close Lniycr? than in this our salutatory to a
Kansas City aiidicnco. We open our tloors to-day (or business for your business. And wo know
full well what you require in exchange for that business, l'nir and liberal treatment courteous and
considcrato attention and full generous value for every dollar you leave with us.
We shan't promise you $22 buits for $10 75c Silk Handkerchiefs for igc 20c Socks for 2c
nor ?5 gold pieces for ?i.q.S because they can't be produced for that. But we do promise to sell
you, at nil times, goods as low as the lowest and to represent them exactly as they nrc, with your
money hnck. ut nny time you find It otherwise.
Our stocks are spick, spun new embrace the latest styles the best makes and values that
blush not at comparison with the
BEST IN THE LAND.
HAKE THE TEST TO-DAY ON THE FOLLOWING:
A good assortin'nt of good Work
ing Suits, of good )j n
materials and good YfcflyL
vvorkmanshin. W I
Worth S1.50, although other
houses may say worth $7.
Four - ply linen, best
Worth 5c, and comparison will
never make them seem dear.
Tho famous Kast
Iron, of choicest
fabrics and newest
Woith $9 50 and as much more
as other houses may advertise.
Their superior lsn t lu KanaisClty.
Good, strong Cheviot,
well made, well shaped,
well finished, for
Worth 45c ind not excelled uv an body's
.it the price, though they may say "worth 75
102 and 104 West otli Street, Kansas City, 1I0.
Tho Ot 1 Itelh.lili. Dm tor. Oldest ill Age, Longest Incited. A Retrain
.r.uluito in .Medicine. Over 7 ear hpccl.il l'ractlec.
EentTfcrYWhcre.frcolroKazoorlireu .age. Charges low. uver au.miu e-e i b ""
Mpericnto "nro ftnportant. it ito vour caS and tend for tcrraa. Consultation la Irco and confi
dential, elthcrpercnally or by letter. ;nfrmilorrhoea
Anminn! Weakness and 5exual Debility, (fSSTm&.ency")
produemff lows, pimple? nnd blotchei on tho face, rushc-j of blood to bead, rains in baclt, con
Fused Ideas ami f orcetf ulncsa, bashlulncs uve rj,ion to society 10,3 1 of C"lf J'00
manhood, e , curi d for life. I can atop nil night 1otcs restore lost ; sji W"' rctoro ucnru
and brolu power, culargo and htrenethen vteaU parts and mako 1 ou Ut for marriage.
- !- Hint 1rIMn disease. In BU Its
Sypilll li formi nnd stages cured for
life, lllood rot'outnj,'. hklT IMbctics, Ulcers,
faiTcllIngs horca, iJonorrheea nnd Gleet, and all
terms of Private Uiseasea positively cured or
RnrvliT fr both fcic, FO rnces. 27 pictures,
DUUK. truoto life, with lull description of
above dlseaes, tho tltects ami cure, pi nt heal,
oil in plain v ruppeffor Be. in at.imps. Jtcad tula
lime oooii auu uaaivcr nae vi iiue-auuuo.
.... - .- .
hreC JVlUSeUm Ot Anatomy thousandaofturlositiefl.aiiol 8 a. m.to Op.n.
Ilfe-lilto models and vax furures deeply Impress tlio inlnd;-a ichool ot lu-1 Suniiayi 10 to 13.
lrisiTmt. McH I nfl torlcit f oe. tfc. that I m
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.
mti fiTiinai i Th V. niiot it. PreBiaent.
Mir C. leusirr, Vice Pru'u
Foretell Droits Issued on
H. V. VVOOlMVAJil). 1. A. I'AXnX, J. C. IIOUTOX.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND (1LAS5,
1206 and 1208 Union Ave. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo,
ati Kach aiUVak
ny mall iriiild. With
'.... j.... .1 . i. .......
tS -Vfl Iff .-!
,, - - - - - - - U - ClllUUIIir lllllliri,
l!y a tborouglilinowleJeeor tha natural l.ii
which govern the operations ot UlKtutlou an!
nutrlllun. anil by a careful apiilliatlun ot tha
line properties ot vrtll selectea l.oco i, Mr. lippj
liui provliled for our tiroaltfant ami supper a
delicately llavoruil bovcrau whlcli may annul
many hoavy dottora' bills IUi by lliojuaictom
uii oi such articles ot dint tbat a constitution
may bu gradually built up until strong enough
uucaliinc-ry tonde'uty to Uueabo HuiulroJj
of subtle inalailt4 ure tloatlDK around ua ready
loattailc vbreer tUerolsu weak poluL Wo
may cscaiio many a latalbbaft by lieeplni' our
bilvoa "ell fnrtliiod with puru blood and a prop
rly uourlabed frame. ' Cltil ierelct Uaulu
Jilado simply with tolling waur or milk, bold
only in nult pound ttm, by grocer, labeled tum:
JMLS El'l'S S CO.,Lt(I., HoMopathio Chemists,
l.fiuiloii. ruirl ni'l.
NO FEAR OF'PIMPLES
If you u&e Woodbury's Facial
Soap, It is prepared by a speci alist
who has had 20 years' experience
treating the skin. Druggists sell it.
DtluntANUAHtnualNU auoUirr, AUUru.s auuvi. HKi.ii tu,. laromo -leajiuo, cuieiuu.iix.
Sola In Kansas City, Mo., by H, C. Arncld, Druggist, rifth ana Main Bireeta.
Fine grade, seamless,
teed fast black, Herms
dorf dye, TWO PAIRS
Worth 2 pairs for 25c and not
equaled at tho price anywhere.
Good, strong web,
new, fresh goods,
Worth 15c and as much more
as any other house may advertise.
For 3 to S year youngAmerioans,
made of fabrics and in a manner
that captures you
Worth !J l and as much moro as other
houes may a they are
Uo-it them In Kansas City vou can't
C4-if-4-ttfa permanently cured without
3LriCLUrc cauatic, cuttlns, bougiea or
sounds. No pa'.n, uo exposure. Patient can
use the treatment nt home
Rheumatism S&M ct
tnrnv. nTTlit' Thn t rentest discoierv in tho
I annals ot medicine. Ono Uoso ghes relief; a
few doses remove lever nnn pain in oinii,
euro in a few days, bend etitcmcnt ot caao.
vlth stamp for circular.
J. W. Merrill,
2 .(tli and Summit Sts.
New York Life Building.
R. D Coyi-toton. Cashier. D A. McKinnul
1'. II. lCuui', IL J. Hucku. b S. Scuat.
All Parts of tho Old World.
Memorr. I.ossof Hraln Vu wor. IK adachu.W usefulness.
I)stManliooUMiihtlr Kmlston, JNurTouinea,aUdralnnncllo9su( power
ln(fnerutlvo()ri:iin(tiif eUbfrbexraiut'tlbyoTerfJiortlon. juuthlulerrort,
pitcsslvouso oi tobacco, opium or stlmulanti, whlcUletnl tu Jutlnntty.t on
LutiDiicarruuin iiiincui. . iur uoi. u iur..
a tf 3 order wo u Ito u writivit iiuurunteu to euro
i m. il. -u knMh nllrinurnliii A sir fnpil. tn tin
11.141 il I - P'il4 Ull" - u. it, v
THE ST. DENIS,
j,,ruo;,'!,,.,;:yh;v:,,,t, new york.
Oppimlte firuto t'liurili.
Rooms $1,00 per Day anil Upward,
rp),. .. a.n tnnlilnllu ll... L rt.,1. V .. -
WO bVth jjuijuhui iu 7. ACU13 1141 j(C
qulrfil taa readily Uj traced to U3unUjuloc4
iIam lta )im?it )ILi n t inniitiiiri tl, nm nlUn ... .
ct'llencouf lu cuUluo ami fcyrlco. ami lu ery
modcrattt prices W1LMAM TAYLQlt
IS THE OhLT
WUO TlltATS AIL
weakness und Dis
Evsrv Cute Ousrsnteed.
3 W Cur.8lh4MlnSu,
au.ua viijt, w.
Richest Tecks and
est colors and patterns,
Worth 23c and 45c, although ad
vertised by other houses at 75c.
Good, strong blue and
brown mixtures, seamless,
Worth 5c and as much more
as any other house may say.
Fedoras, in black, blue
Worth gSc and as much more
as any other house may say.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
Over 200 Tooth KUrncted Daily. NO
PAIN Oil DANGKK. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Fit Perfectly. Decayed
nnd ncliiiiff tcotli. if worth it, Illicit and
725 MAW STREET
ALTMAN, KAULBACH& CO, Props.
Oldest and Original
io West Ninth St., Kansas City.Mo.
I.nadinK nm! .Successful hpuclallat la lllood
Kerous una Urinary Dlscise.
M.lc(Hii ill. mi. I ii, ita im miny
(,'loomy symptoms, cured,
l.ftnl' Ml A l.l I V pormanently restored.
si I'llll.is cured tor life, without mercury.
Ultl.NAItV 1Hsi:am.i cured iiulokly auj
lll, AM. OTIH.'U I'AII. consult Dr. IL
J Wblttier andrecelio the candid oplulon of
physician of experience, skill and Integrity, .N'a
proinlseij made tbat cannot be fulfilled.
Ml.lilCl.M.-i furuUbed at small cost, anl
sent anywbera sealed. Uleatmeut M:VL,U
bi:vi r, ti. u.
1 lll!i; consultation and urinary analysts.
ftlll nil" to bealtii and emergencies, sealed,
vUXWl for u tents ktuinps, lilaaka rre.
Call or address lu confidence
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
10 West MulliSl,, KAN-iAS CITV, HO
nil: on. that i.iniitu:ATi:s siobTis
hlll.l, JIAMJIAIUIUIU) 11V
VACUUM OIL GO.
Hut to buy lt-and jou Mill get it lulls
orUlual packages go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
I THEREALPArNLESS DENTISTb
J a- Jr385v A. h
GOLD MEDAL, paris exposition, 1680L
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PEN!