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TItH KAXRAS CITY JOUKXAL, Fit! DAY, MARCH 1, 1S05.
DOWN ON CREMATORIES.
1 1)1 S( II. U..1t TO lit MP (iMtltUir.
IN I III! M Willi HI tilM'.lli
Itrj.itittlim Adopted Al.lii llitvfnior "Irani
to Xrtet tin! Illll lilntr Meimiru
Ktltcil In t'iirr llimii-llmril
of I iii;illr itltiiii
The lower hoimc adopted the resolution
r-M'icdtlii!t th coX'ernor to eto the 1)111
j litbltltiie the dumping of ftnrbiiftc Into the
15 onrl rlwr. Mr. Kldwcll thought that
i! " rdrrior ought to l iwkwl to veto tho
1 i innrtrnrine bill Hiiro unit Mr uUon
ti ui?lit Ihe governor Knew Ida onn mind
Without belilR nthlsod
1 house had a Utile H'ort with Health
Whirr WnrlliB, who ivkid for a icrmln
nil in the WUhlty ot Fifteenth nd Park
t' .ral month! nno but when the question
of iinao arose he coiivludel he would
t nihil in alotiR Without the nllij. and lasi
Iji-M Jio enured the introduction of nil or
U iiuiui to ripiill the ordinaire iroMilHK
f r tin alle). Tho rfpenllnB ordliiiinci wis
1 f ntd to the jpulilli Unjiiocine.nt toni-
in iv, aiier a le
etinth) and humorous de
ll s.-itntlnnn for piirlnkllnir llroaclttu
from sixteenth to &antomh; lulling Iri-
) from Twelfth to rifteemh. paWng Oiile,
fr .in Jwelfth to rifteuuh, both with n
I halt. nd for rprlnkling Tinth, from Mum
tu ornnd, were referred to tho nubile. Im
lii m nu nts eominliue, n v.ia nine) un
or Jltiiince for curbing Miilce, Irom l.lev
nilh to Twelfth, and paving. iprlnUlltiK and
tnalnuUt'liiK lh Southwest boulevard,
f r jiii llroiteitwiy to bloik .0, lot 1, llatta
Tli ordinances prlittnR for uniformity
In Mrst-clnai M'lownlk and nUtlnc to tin
1 sulnir of penults for lira', cliisa alilewalks
. paid, the ordliianiM for maciul un
lzluir '!' ntj-tlrst mint, from the South
lwst lwulowirci to en l'nuiwt plate.,
w i- piHd Tliei ordinances establishing
f sen sewer dlstrlrts In the eastern part
of the ett wire n ferred to the publle Im
A r "ulutloti vai adapted providing for
tht appointment of a lommltuo of three
numb ra from oi h house to revlfe tho
man r and prepare siuh nmemlinentH on
nre n etuwtri, to li submitted at the spe
c il eh Hon toon to be lit Id
Ihe members of the linance eomnilltee.
Me rs llrown, Craig and olnon. wire wi
ll Int. .1 to examine the securities In the
finking lund as rcipilred b the dinner.
VcH Klduell and Olion were nppolnt
d to i't on the lioird of equtil.ntl jn
The houe oeceptid the Invltntlon of
flim ; Wear .o give a phonogrnphli en
tirtalnmrnt to-morrow night In the lower
hoii"e enum.ll chamber, for the pleasure of
III the I pp. r limine.
Th upptr house 1 it night adoptt d a
resolution calling on ilovernor Stone to
vtti he bill prohibiting the dumping of
any garbjge or rtfuie Into nnv of the
atn ims of t) st.m Treildent Tlcrn in
Kald that If the bill became a law Kuntis
Cltv would huve to put in rremnloiles. at
a large iipeiiFe and that aftir thev were
In thev would be found virj un itlsfantor
lie li.ll known romithlng of the roir at
St Louis over the crematories, and .he
lould assute the nenple of Knnms Cltv
tint If en matnrles were put In here the
oi Dr of the puking house would be as
.ittar of roes eompired to them The bill.
J'ielknt TI. rn in sill was a scheme to
b. n lit pe-ople who had cremitorlea to
Tho ordinance relattnr to the m irket. In
trodue.d by Coutu iluian Kldndl In the
Irvvir house forbid ling the curbnone dn il-
rs from belling anv thing after IS o cloek
w is takn up and 1ml tinlteh postponed
The ordinance' W'hl h origin tted In the
low r house providing that wh.nevir the
cltj has oce iIon to employ skilled Hlior
on contract vvork prtfirenee shall be given
to bona fide residents ot the cltv who shall
be pall the union seale and that no ion
Vict hhnll be emploved was taken up and
on motion of Aid. rman Huttlg was Indi f
Inltelj iHisiponed Speaking on fills or li
nance Alderman Shliiukk said tint It vv is
in'ended as a substitute for the one Intro
duce 1 In the upper houe by him, relating
to tin emplojm.nt of union labor onlj b
the city .Mr Shlnnlek "aid that when his
or linance was up .n the lower house a
poor old Imbecile had taken occasion to at
ta k aim ind he thought the upper house
ough to kill the sub-iltute summarllv
IJiforc adjournment President Tlernan
appointed Aid-rman V. ssell as, a number
of tht board ot appeils for the revision of
WOMEN IN THE CLASS.
Twilio Crldnatis I rum the Kniios ( Itj
llnliliopltliie "Mnlii il (olligo Iticilio
'lhi ll Dlploiu is.
The seventh annual eomtnenccment of
the Kalis is C'It llomi npntlilc Medical
coll.-,. v as held jesterlay afternoon at
the Ninth fetrtet opera house Ihe exer
cises vvero begun nt !i o'clock bj a
prnj.r of Invocation by Ittv J ?T
f rorner, follovvid by an uddrs by Alavor
Uiivis llcv. Itobert Talbot gave an nd
Ci.sj In behalf of the fi. ulty of tho oI
bg and "Mrs Ni lllo IP II, vuledletorl in
if the class, gave a brief adduss, which
wns followed by the awarding of the
nil lomas b Dr L i' llowo, vlco presl-
in of thu board of tuist.es jiirlng the
p (.r.immo exe. Item must, wns furnished
l tie ore-h'stia, and Miss A L. Norrls
'..lined "lthjme of tin Duihtss Mn,"
ficm Ilrownlng 'J he nurHes of All balnts'
b si mil. dressed In imp npd apion. filed
c i tho aisle at the l gl.mlng of the
c it Nes and oceupled iront sia.ts reserved
f the in. Tho audleiue present xvns large,
o' d tho gixate.r liart vv.ia composed of
vv 10' n.
w 1 1 u the curtain was inlsed tho nud
I saw seated on the platform the fae-
li of the college Mnyoi IJavls, iuuI tho
i n li r of the graduating class twelvo
umber, eight of whom weie ladles
Ai i the Invocation Mayor Pavls dellv
c in address In behulf of tho fucultj
i tho class
I - ltoh.it Talbot delivered un address
in I linlf of tho fucultv le sahl "This
1 i ii occasion In which the whole tom
nn I'v fciU a deep Inteiest, and for tho
e i I- men nii'i worn n ot tna graduating
cl i it 1 an ham pregnant with mlnglnl
KtllugB of jo and emotion Yon, aftir
u 'Is and jtnn of study and i lose up
r'lt uilou, are about to receive the rceoid
of ' ji labors and c ntei upon vour lift h
vv k The fw woids vvhl'h I shall speak
xm!1 le on the nature- object and lusplia
ti n rf life How suhetMlvc Is mich a
then, and Imw uppiopilili oti buch nn
oi u 'on aa this, when to mnny of jou
Iff b ms to-day t: be bprcad out beiore
jour cuo llltr boine great Held full of
beautiful flowers. Inviting jou bj their
frni ranee to pluck them flam many a
bill He, but, alas, abounding In thornand
bilcr-- with hero and tlu-te a crm l utono
to wain jou of dltllc titles to be met and
dant rs to be ovenomc And oven whllo
I i-pmk I would linvu before my mind the
po slhllltles In stnro fot lives bo jouug nnd
full of hope its nro jours
"Tho prufesslon of nudiclno Is from tho
nature, 1 h iVu almost Mild, from tho no
ri sstj- nf tbe caso, a tiacher of lnumo.
lenee Often must wo have wltuce-ed tho
iransfoi mntlun mm of tho most striking
nnd liautlfiil to lo sun In Jlfe-by which
the im 'Ileal student h oinea the rieelle il
inn ililoner Wo may hive known a liiecj.
Iml stud, nt who is nckless nWlli.li or
r' and wo pi.'sentlj behold him us a
,-wtltloner leading a morn utlbclllsll and
d'voied I If o than anj other mi mtior of bo
cletj' Yon livo etioscn the nobb st of nil
BOeular callings it profciijilon which has
cv r been honored uul revered Ynur
ml1- Inn Is to allevluo human miffi ring
and oeal ilallv with llfo and dinth Your
i Ulnj U i ropoitlomitely a n sponsible
'J'ho diplomas were then nwarde(by Dr.
I. 0 Howe with nppiopilatB addrtssiis
The meinbcrs of ihe class aru Mm. iMith
Jloutln, MIsb Mabel Spenocr, Mrs. Nellie
Hell, Mum j:ilis Wlntcor, MiM Kuslo
Isaacs Mm I'annle .. Pottrlff, Xrs Alw
lonetto 1'iet, Xllsii lnrn l.afclj, Mr J
Cixtin Andrew Jl. Ktaicke, J c htcJvatt
ami V. I, Todd.
. httiriu at Sea
Inert 3fp3 the discomfort of the oyager.
Jlut evitn when the weather U not tempest
nous ho fa liable to sea sickness Thej
who traere the "gigantic wetne.n" should
bo provided with Hostetter'j htonncli Illt
ters.whleh quiets illsoidertd stomachs with
iratlfjlng speed and eirt4.nl To the
hurtful Influence of a tn.pl. , malarious or
too rigorous or damp climate, as well as
to the baneful effects of unwholesome diet
and bad water, It Is a reliable antidote.
Commercial travelers by sea or land, mar
InerJ, miners, Western ploneerj and till
who havo to encounter vkHbitudis of cll-inut'-
an I temperature, corcur 1 1 proi.ouni
ln it thu b ot sufehuard. It prevents rheu
mathiii and pulmonaiy attacks In coiioe.
iiuen' u of damp anel told and It Is an ef
ficient defense against all forms of malaria.
It can be depended upon In dyupepsla, liver
and kidney trouble,
'Iho 1'amou. ttuu rs and tilths of l'icil-
slur bprlug, 3lu.,
Are reached by thu Wabash railroad from
the Union depot directly to Kims hotel If
jour liver Is out of order, take the Wabash
ond go to KxceUlor bprlngs and brara up.
Ticket office northwest corner Xlutu and
Or Not to Dye j$$b
Hon i whether it
better to wir th
l.tded, sii ippy arc -s an i
enduri the sc riif UK k l
cl nil vour vveii'dn "eu
ns!Rlihr,orto vurdt ise
a faeUige of Jlliiiiiuml
Dies dnd restore IN
frcsiiiics in another color iniil.iiif, n
iicm ilros fur tin tout.
Diamond Dyes arts mado for homo
use. Absolutely reliable. Anycolor.
Iloeil eoi'liiFiiu tc ri 'I li Iri
V tuiji 1 i mm s if 1 1 I urlli s.1 ii t
TOM HAYDS TRICK,
Htm lie uerii di cl 111 irvlng l'nier on
Iho t lerlc of tlilbis ( mint -( itlens
Deptllj t'ntteel Slates Marahal Tom
Ilnjclc retumeil jesterdaj fiotn n visit
down to Dnllnu county lo setve papers
on the county olllcets In tt cafe noiv
petnllng In tho feiletnl court nt Sprlng
Ilcltl, In which Eastern partlet nro trjing
to lecover nn tnorinous sum from the
county on bunds Issued ninnv jc.ars
blnce ntt usslstanco to the lncledo .L
fort Scott inllioail. The two stills In
tho court In which pipers were sen oil
by llnjdu vvero brought by tho Ninth
National buik. of New York nnd Homy
Simon, of St. J-otils Tho ngKiegitte
value of tile claims now, with twenty
J eats' defaulted Interest, Is over a half
million dollars, nnd tli.it nmnunt doci
not lij litis- menus Include' all of tho
claims feir which It Is iisseiteel the coun
t Is liable The suits are test ones, nnd
In case the plnlntllCs nto successful nnd
there is claimed to be no defense, the
cottntj Judges nro certuln to be In the
same pitiable position ns the Cass county
judges who me now hi jtll under sen
tence fot contempt In declining: to carry
out the onion ot tho federal court nnd
levy tho taxes necess.uy to meet tho
Tloth enss nte lellcs of tho reckless
nnd outrageous voting ofliomN that was
prevalent In the state Ivventj 5 ens ago,
when tho iillioul boomers were thli I:
ns llles molasses tlmo all over the st ite
securing bonds for roads th it were
never intended to be cnnstl llcted and
have never existed except on pnpei The
step t.ik'ti bv Has do places tho county
Judges one long Jump closer to the cli
max of their contention and vlituallj
brings them to the door of the J ill
Deputy llnjde secured seivlce of tho
countv clctk bj going Into the coun
tv ns tho uelv nice ngi nt ot a medical
show. After ellstiibutlng bills nil over
tho city for several davs he went
through the county olllces to distribute
blotteis for the county olllceis and In
doing so asked Tor ti licenses for his
show nnd when Clerk I! V Johnston re
sponded he wns served with the sum
mons. The matter aroused n great tumult
and Hnvde left the city at once- and
went to Springfield and then tame home
Dining the' pist slimmer ho went down
then- on sv simll u etiauil ns a tramp
stonecuttei and succeeded In serving
papers on one of tho county Judg' s
aftci chasing him a half mile through
a swamp and falling over a log
sir.Nl I Olt kNSNS.
The J Are Designed to iilfli the lblrstj
( ltlc u AiriinK the' 1 Im.
Since the closing of tho gambling houses
and saloons on the Knn is side of the
stato lino the saloons on tho Xlksourl silo
h,ivo enjosed a wonderful Improvement In
their business, and Komo of them have put
on extra men to a&slst In dispensing the
thirst alleviator so welcome to the dusts
throat of tho suffereis from the state of hot
Their prosperity has had a tendenes to
mike them funny and there are- numerous
ninaslng mil c.itehs blgns dlhplajed to at
tra t the attention ot the wavfirers who
btroll dow n that v as . -no of the most
conspicuous bJMis is In front of a Inge
wholesale house down there, and rends
"lianbns Itelief Bureau," while another one
reads, with llamlng red letteis spiead over
tho fiont of the building. "Antidote for
our Kansas Thirst. To I' "
The closing of the gambling houses de
stroyed the place as ono attractive for
loafers and there lb no ciewd to p itronie
or enjoy tho State lln- mission mom and
It has been eloscd and moved lo another
part of tho city. The place kept a well
supplied loom during the time It was open
and was well patronlred.
1 1 ki:ii .xii. vi ritotf liAxmuitn.
riuy 1 oriii I'uit or icsterehij's Custom
House He cplpln.
The locelpts at the custom houso jester
day were very much laiger than usual,
and thero were some tntt resting shipments
In tho list. Tor lnstam e in the llbt of re-
eelp"-s vvero several cases of cured mens
(ham) Milt from Hamburg to this cltv
lor a loi al house The bhlpment amounted
to munj hundieds of pounds ind aciom
paujlng It were three uibes of lt) poun Is
ouch, of bologn i sausage lloth shipments
unmo for the house of llldenour Halter S.
Co , and tho sausage Is tho first that h.us
pished through tho cuhtom hotibo during
tho present administration and the first
on record bo far as could be learned es
tt rdaj .
otlur receipts were ono case of muslc.il
lustiumcnits from Hamburg, one cube plas
ter easts from Hamburg, livo cases of
in inuf.vcturers' cotton and b'Uc irom Liv
erpool, and one cat of bullion from Mex
ico, shipments out were t. n cms of re
fined lend for consumption, one car i-ame
sent tu Wlnnepen, nnd one ear of lard fioin
Armour's lor Victoria, II, j.
'I he Vlotbi r ( iciiiiot He I muni.
Chief Speers received a letter jcaterdny
from the I IiKlnnatl chief of police asl ing
information rduive to Letta Sirann, sup
posed to be from Kaunas t'ttjwho commit
ted sub Md bj leaping from the hri Ige at
Cincinnati into the uhlo rlvej em March 'J,
as told In the Journal of last Sundav Mio
kft a letter aldr, bbc I to Mrs Ccll.i strann,
Kansas t lty. In the letter tho joung
woman sild she had ronu from K insas
Cltj to Cincinnati to meet a certain joung
nun to whom she was engaged Ho did
not appear and she fjund th it he had do.
eelvnl her. This c aiiht-d her to wish ti end
her life. Chief Spccrs knows nothing of
cither I-etta or Mrs Colla Strann
Mabisb Ollliltls In Kiiiisus (ttj.
Jlr Charles M Hasb. of St I.oul, gen
eral manager ot the Wabash ro id, and II
A l.lojd, ot St I. mis, osbistant secretarj
and general claim at'eiit of the same 11m ,
urrlvel In the city from St I.ouis jebter
daj maiulng In i special cir, and i-pent
the ill) with frkiicia and luspe. ting Do
e oinnuny s piopeitj at this iHilit' Mr.
Hass, Mr I.lojd ind Mr Nathaniel Th ty
e r, of Iiosion, who Is alto In the clij, w,ie
the giiins ut June li sistirJav t the kan
bs Cltv Club, of Jlr A J J. Stllweii of the.
1'nlriii 'JVnilual Couipans. The) will kavu
for St. Louis this evening.
Mbiel Itiaib r.Iiihiutiiiiii Coining,
Paul Ahxandir Johnstone the th light
read, r, who wis lo't In "Wind CaL in
the HlJik lulls about two je. n ut-o wlill"
searehii g for a hidden, pinhe ml und who
.. ... .....nil f.ei.ire.'l .1, .1,1 v .. ,,!... n
ItOVill il le-iiiit.v wwmiij, ut I.OII.COC1, V e TO
he was pronounced nn enigma 1 v bin h sei
entUts as Ifuxle un 1 Willlim t lookes
manr pertiim keep drtcr'i I.lti'o f.iyer
rtllsunhand to prevent bilious utta. ic8 ti
heaUxcbe. dkzlueij, aud Uul them Ju4i wai.
look Out for th" Cold Mavei.
Standard grades rcreened lump coal I,ex.
Jngton and Itkh Hill, V ' P r ton delivered.
liest Cherokee and Wclr City, J7i n..r
ton delivered. ' '
Jenuluo lubeleel Farmers' lump, J'73 per
ton d live re I '
I'roinpt cl bverl sj satlafaeiion guaran
teed. U(J1,I,.; COAL , COM IA7,Y,
. -V' wV,.or' "' anJ Wyandotte sU,
Telephone 611- '
paptr, will be lure early in Ajrll John
sione not long ago nppearc 1 b fore tho
50c and 39c for 25c.
From an importer wc secured a belated ship
ment of Printed Pongee Silks, at such a price that
wo can afford to sell them to-morrow at Qjr
These floods are 22 inches wide, and arc the qualities that
sold last season at 39c and 50c. They arc in colored and black
grounds, with 1S95 printings
Get here early Saturday (to-morrow), if you'd have first
pick of the lot.
Broken Lines of Dress Goods.
In Dress rood3 Dent.. Grand avenue floor, we find ft few broken
line? of t;ooth carried over from la it
yen I'nednnf ttiio vnnr'u imnnH.atmill.
.l.t t.n.....H,- A...nrM... t.,.r..,erf
buiei, UUIJ llllllll eu-liie.iiei.ir ,i,e. .11.1(3, "'- ---
Here's the last season's prices and the worth of tho Scotch Mix
tures and yards of each Kind
'1 hero are IS." yards 10-lticli Satin raced Covert, last .casern's price, SI SO.
11 yards -It-Inch Trench Hninllle, Inst season's vne S2.00.
fi" ynrels 1-incli Straw Cntivas Suitings, last season's price SI. 50.
Hi yards Trench Wntsoti Cleith, last season's price 81. SO.
L'j ynrds eheclt Xnttic Cloth, Inst season's price SI. SO.
1 ynrds Silk nnd Wool "I'lntnh," Imported to sell for S3 00.
j arils Lamb's Wool Taiiffclluc, imported to soil for i" 00
ig yards of Silk and Wool Dotted Eudora, imported to Qi 7K
sell for t 1. e J
Silk and Wool Courette, imported to sell for l.OO
56 yards French Mixture, last season's price J)1.00
And an assorted lot of Novelties, made to OGj- 4 s S AA
in .all Rn2 vnrds. made and imnorted to sell for from &
gSc to S2.oo-3EGINNTlNG
for, per yard
trri i j BEGINNING TO-MORROW we'll sell a lot
iiiXl 1 eilClo. of Triple Extract Popular Odors our 1lp
regular 25c kind, for ov
650 yards 32-inch Plain and Figured Drapery Silk, same quality
that has always been sold for 75c and Si 00. This lot of 650 yards will
be sold, beginning to-morrow morning, in h f 7 "1
m.e o!xk .t?:). rfoc 1 arc!
To-morrow we'll sell 50c Ladies'
Ribbed U.dbnggan Vests, high,
Innf cslneveis. satin Tl
trimmed front, ribbon .
in neck, for
50c for 33c.
To-morrow morning we'll put on
sale in Handkerchief Dept. (Grand
avenue iloor) 252 Ladies' Pure
Linen Handkerchiefs, hemstitched
and scolloped edge, embroidered,
never sold by us for less than 50c,
to-morrow at throe for
Si. 00, or sample Hand- " gjif.
kerchief for JvJ J
25c for 15c.
To-morrow we'll put on sale for
the first tune this season, 2,216
jards Printed Duck Suitings in 25
diiUrcnt patterns and colorings, for
ice ner vara. At no n '
1 .. ....... Blrl
11I11U nave; ej 1.1m e,.v. .
lino nnnlifv fnr Ins than. t1
" ll J
50c SERGES for 29c.
To-morrow morning, at 8 o'clock
sharp, we will put on sale in Annc
Dress Goods Dept. Walnut street
lloor 1,5110 yards of f
50c All Wool, Colored Jjff
When we say 50c Serges, we
mean that last season we sold this
same quality for 50c. The reason
of this 29c price is a fortunate spot
Beginning to-morrow, wo will
offer One Lot 4-Button Glace Kid
Gloves (large buttons, to match
color of gloves) in Tans, Browns
and Blacks, imported to sell for
Si. 25, and never sold by us for
less, lo-morrow, ancl uir
as long as they last,
we'll sell them for..... "
At this price we cannot fit these
Glove to tho hand.
1 1 nl. r Walnut hire e t 1 lacir.
We'll sell, beginning to-morrow,
1,200 Pairs Men's Scam
less Half Hose, Brown and
Blue mixed, at
Saturday morning, at 8
sharp, we'll sell (on
Counter, center Walnut
floor) Men's Merino
Miod Shirts and Draw
ers at ,
Early season's prices 39c and 50c,
Got hem early if you'd make money,
1,200 Pairs Ladies' M.tco, Fast
Colored, Tan Hosiery, imported to
sell for 3.00 dozen, will be offered
1 CIS UIIVIUU
to-morrow at 3 pairs
for 50c, or sample pair
208 Large Size Bottles of Florida
Water, regular 39c C
i.r.,.i .:n i.n f.i . w ,
iviliet, iiiii wu dilutee. IU' f .
morrow onlv for -""
Cakes of Butter- ij)l
ap will be sold to- -(
only at -f
BA1ERY, BIRD, THAYER & CO,,
season 452 yards anil s'
Total 802 Vards. to be ft.
nl . . .. .. .. .. .. . .. T-
TO-MORROW your choice
25c Books for ioc.
A recent laifte cash purchase; en
nblcs us to place on sale S vtur
tlny mornliiK Hie follow lnff
books, and hundtcvls of others
as irood ns thesi' for
"Wllf 1 Id Cumliermede George Mac
Donald eTvvo. ) JM r ,i
The Dream of I,nve Zola.
The AVWe A Id. World.
'Ihe Ulack He lut.v
The Man In th Iron MaBk Dumas
The Count of Meuite Chriato Dumas.
The Tluee tiuanlsnien Dumai,
The btoiv ot an African r.arm.
Put up In ottrnctlvo paper covers
good papei clear type.
A One Day Sale
keeping Dept. that
in our IIouso
72 Iron Trnmc,
Solid Whito Hub
be r W r i n rj o r b
B.tf r? W...-
worth SD 00 each,
100 Xo. 7 Graj
Kettles, first qu.il-
ty, regular price
ei.50, will (
Ill No 8 Cop
per Hot torn
full siye, ropu
lar prico SV:,
WP I J. & Jl5(
SO 4-quart Oit
Meal or Itiee
(led ton. steel
bottom, vv 01 th 41 .10 each, will rK
Triple Plate Knives or Forks
Guarnnteect by us. with our name
Stamped on blade. Wo purchnbeil these
of one of tho makers of tlnest silver
plate Knives and rorks In thu United
.States at 11 price that allows us to hell
them to j 011, beEiiiniiiu to-morrow, Sat
urday, Set of 6 for $1.30.
This is tho blt'Rcst bargain wo have
over offered In silver plato Knives nnd
"2D largo T.iblo Spoons, tlivcr plato on
Wo will also show- to-morrow (Satur
day) tho handsomest now lino of ennm
eled Stalling hllver Goods fur the low
est moiie ever offeied for sale in Knn
has Cltj Ten btrnlners. Sugar .sifters,
l.uttuc'0 Toiks, Tea Kites, Tea Hells,
Straw hero forks, Snlud rorks, Sar
dine rot lea, Cold Meat rorks, Cieatn
I.adlcs, Sugar Spoons., Chccso Scoops,
For 75c Set.
Sterling Silver Spoons.
2S3 Sterling Silver Coffeo Spoons, gold
bowls, purchased by our New York
bujers, so wo can sell them for
141 Sterling Sliver Cofleo Spoons, gilt
bowls and enamel handles,
For 65c Each,
Or Ryeglubs Chains. ,'o nrp now sell
ing one laigo assortment , -
For 25c and 50c Each,
n.irlli 7ou unci bl.Ui.
Will wear away the hardest stone. A small payment made every week on the
furnishing; yur home will soon pay for it all without your feeling the cost.
Should be without comfort and ease when it can be
m Goods sold on installments to
v f3A tyB
Mitccnii -. --
IttlMIAI, IIVKCH IS, ISO.",
rMiru al'si'ici s or
K. C. LEI PER CARRIERS' ASS'N
"-eats on sale at L"kc llios. , 1005 Walnut St.
Support, .1 li) VV. s. li vi:t
anil Cap ililci Cciinimii.
r.i nlKht ami Saturday Matlnro (Ily lleqtust)
"THE LADY OF LYONS."
Saturtla) XUbt rili: NMVM(.HAUA"
HtMrtl utt-t'iOi, 7.1c, il,0(.
OH SAiE iiw 3,ARly
AT THE Inthc8,a i& ?J
SI.OO BEST SEATS SI.OO
1 hit rtiit J iistcui iitit-ss
"The Clrl I Left
No. lCiuininv Maiiapromont
c uvitr.i: riioii.MAN
Wed. -undaj Jlat , Mirclv 17
ELLEN BEACH YAW
l-oi'i i iu
,iI,,"1V.r.,,ll...r HALLEN& HART
in tlio I 1 il Lultlou or
Id Treummlotts Liuirhinc losti aL
III Ilirhirt Cnw tltnrn V
jSt- "A CORK MAN." E
M Uliifi' Miluriliii. jr, A .Vic
.lohn (irlMtln, R:
U111 (Ire nte at
SEATS now on SAnLiE. I
tyKryaffrraA. lmw rnsjnrsnaygui j
Oldest and Original
10 West N'inth St., Kansas Clty.Mo.
I,eiellni! anil Sncccsitiil Speclallat lu Jllool
Nervous j,mX Urinary Disease.
M.uvoLN 111. 1111. 1 11, Hitu im inanj
(jlooray B) nipioms, ruroel,
I nil 1 IiAI.iiv permanentlj restore L
hi I'll I I.I n eurcj tnrlKu without ineireury.
imiNAltl i,i-,i;a-i1,- cureJ eiuicitiy an!
Ulil.N AI.I. OTIII.Il- 1A 1 1, consult Dr. II
J Whltllcr amlrocelvB the c nulla oplqtnn of 1
liliyilctaiiol esiierloiKB, blelll auulnteirity N'j
jnomltHi made tbai cannot bo lultlllej.
MI.IHll.M-i lurnlilicil at biiull cost, anl
bent any when) bcakiL Urcatuicat M.Vl.i;
hi. VI l', I), II.
I III I. ronxultatlon anil urinary analysis
(5111 Hill lo liealtli auU etncio'DncIes, saalel,
luiui.i torn tent ktuiiiiK. UlanU 1'rug
Lull or addiess in contldencj
Dr. H. J, WHITTIER,
10 Writ Muthst.,
KANSAS curv, 1)
UlU.MIAl' I.Ahll M.1V LIU', KMUtdY
am) itioic rou ai.iNti
, nil DE I.A1''S. of I'AIllS. I-JIANCB.
"NKW I.iril I'll.Lb" for both old nini
jiuim men. Givo new life, iltor una en.
iruy A iiosltlvc una Kuarantceei remedy
101 rulllns -Memory, blceiilussncti!,, Nitlilly
1 llllssluiifi, Nelvuus Debility caused trom
over-e?xertlon, Vouthful j:nor lu eurly life,
una Invettiuto use of tobacco or other
fettinulunts. (Uvea vlcor una sl?o to shrunlc
iii orh'ans. This wonderful una most pow
erful remedy Is boia on u written iiuurun.
tc to ubbolutely cure or money refunded,
l'rice, tl liox; 0 boxes, Jj. I'rcpurcd by ihe
vvorlci iciiovvneei nnd famous rrencli nhiBl.
elan and surBCOu, Dr. Da Lap. of Paris.
I'or sale only liy JOHNSON IIKOS ,
DrugKUHB und Chemists,
ItrVT Inln e, Vnnafla r!.., t
Bole acents for Itnlted States, lalj gV
wsw H WSM IHy
'm "?i p " , "- .." 1 in 11 1 111111 niMiiniiiin mmwim
dera promptly ut tended tie.
EPi S Butr m H H f
il Mvlil lil ViW ril r.m vA fit
GREAT INSTALLMENT HOU
alt parts of Missouri and Kansas.
Silver Plated Ware, Clocks,
and all kinds ot Novelties in Jewelry and Silverware,
mm 10 to 40 Per Cent Less Than Oosf,
We mean business, and will do as we advertise. We are known to
be responsible. Remember, until
7 EV3ain Street.
Why viii you suffer? Why will you die?
with KbcumitUm, htn TLllcf anil a euro H ltbin jour reach?
THE GREAT TURKISH RHEURflATaC CURE.
A GURE AND POSITIVE CURE FOR
Ordinary rhcumnMm lit rnufcp 1 h i xposuro to
damp and roll wnthirtfcudiKuchllU cr cxpoeur"
lodrdds of cold air when tlie budyla ow rli ued
Riidwtt with Dwiiit, ttpiclallj wlitn tbcro Inn
di prisslnn tn health had ubtmllatlon, tic Thin
catiBesadtrrtuifini'ntof tho ktttn8 nmlothir
orcan1 tht fall to do thilrUut)-nnl Ihortault
linpolsonu leltlntlio hHad which hcioiniB do
puslttdln tho Joints, ttntluns hluatlm of tnua-
Uli, etc Now a utc tot Till inatmentmnft ho
lULhthit ftwIUdIsholt thttopoifyiifc and illc
lnttothcmtrotn thuttyftim, hp 1 that M ct:utl
wlmtthlH treatment dues a cure cuunot be inudc
tui oih or wu
KemedU Innumerable Imobttca taunted for
tlu euro uf rht tiiiiitlani, hut nunc wero RpicitUt
until th dlscoMry of "liir IiBat Tikmmi
uiirtTMiTio CLhB wnicn is uouuuuieuiy tno ni
the crt utet dlsco t tWt In thy annals ut
medtcluc 1 ho i uro Is go tmrc mid sue
cu hu certain that 1 truarauteo a euro
DR. HENDERSON, 102 & 104
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED-
i i II
D!lti:CTmst 18 V. Uiiotu. Prealdent. ll I) Comnciton. Cushior. 1). A. MclCmnEN.
""' ' '"' 1 HEtutT C Kusirr, Vice l'res't. l'.HKuiip, II. J Hulkh i. S hEHAt
Foreicn Drafts Issued on All Parts of tho Old World.
d. r. y aomvAiii). r. a. I'.vxov. j, c. iiouto.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALUUS IN PAINTS, OILS AND CLASS,
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo,
Richards & Conover Hardware Co,
Catlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scales Etc.,
Southeast. Corner 1'ltlh nod Vj-auJotte Sia, Uaasaj City Ma
Tent & Awning Go,,
of Anlni; or nil kinds. Tint
of nil bliieln, lliik'i, r.iulliu,
('ottrd of nil I. Iml j. hcMiellor
price, 'lili'iiliciiiu 1111 1.
lull Hiti li.-hlli bt
ailll Olb 'UI.VT I.UHIUUATl'S SlOiiTIS
blll.L, MAM;i'AtTUKI.U 11V
VACUUM OIL GO.
But lo buy It-and you will get U In lu
original package, gq to
III B i ip
Tlrfri?r ri m
li STANDARD OIL. CQMPANYJ
W-n ii 9BT9
procured at so little cost
Wrilo for Illustrated Catalogue.
UNTIL MARCH 22!
our stock of
Bronzes, Canes, Umbrellas
March 22d, as I am going out of tha
Kansas Citv, HVIo.
Cln rr nt, or tiro or tnflmnm itory enses nomnt
ler liw hud) orrcfntKUhoinone) nud moruiliau
thm T will gUt W or huj iuh( i f rUtmuatlmu
tltnlt lis in uiment win nothelpon urt
It nfitsnlitf trun tho lirut, und UulLs tho
fi r mpldh ei en ono iIorow (11 1 lu relief, and
h ftw dJiis will (.ho decldtd run f It hiihdins
tiiLinlu und kwUHiik 1" tho JolntH, liinunuMit
htiomt iPiuty lnftir i r iHu dait, undaiomplcto
cure lit Him it a veilc-ofteu Inn hhortt r ttmo
Tht nNne li tho tmml tind uundcrfulnttlun of
thotruiiini ut nnhundn Uof cuics can Ubtlfj,
us hun tn duuf litter In no lo&scttslonwlll show,
i n In tent will proc Infuit, totunuilitiinnot bo
nil lln Its pralM ai It iBnohuitihiiwnnd Hlanota
mm f r any rtliuhi) exctpi rUnmmtlMn btato
join niitn lund for ttriiin 6t ml htampa for
tin uiur, wuicit win kiu mil janicu
toiiBiiItatlon frn, i rrsonally or by
letter call uu or addrt b,
W. 9th, Kansas City, Mo.
J. W. Merrill,
2 (tli and Summit Sts.
New York Life Building.
Ireit, ,11 fvrtui tt
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