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TILH KANSS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, APRIL 14. 1895.
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scrofulous humors when (be best
ulijsiclain and all other reniedlei
Call. JOW IS THE TIME TO USB
Potter Drug & Chemical Gorp
1HE CATTLE INDUSTRY.
1)11. SALMON I'lU.SK.NTS SOW. t.NTKIl
KSTlNtl .iTAHHTlfiOMTlIK MtlMKCT.
I Icnrra Shnulnir t tie (Iron th "t the IttitlnfM
I'riiin the I Irtt futile Onini
In IN.IO Down In tlie
1 tlmnl fur I HO l.
W.-uhlniiton, April 13 Dr. Salmon, chief
of the bureau Of animal Industry, Is fro
parlns Instruction to agent In accord
an' e with Secretary Morton's directions to
InvrslltiHtc the cause of the hlnh price of
heel prodUets, nnd the Influence the
"trust" has on the prices. The Inquiry
will be carried on nt Chlcnco, Ht. Louis,
Kimm City, omihn, Neb.( Nebraska City,
Hloux City, Hammond, lnil., nml other
points where thu bureau has a force of
Dr. Silinuti has heretofore made an In
ciilry in this direction and his report on
'conditions Kou'rnltiR the prices of cnltlo"
Rive some view, applicable to thu pres
cut Inquiry, He a):
"The cstlmttoU number of nnlnnls from
v hi' It the beef supply l drawn nixes but
little Idea as to whether till" Mipplv his
I lcre-ined more rapldlj than the demand",
or whether, on the other hand, It has
diminished. Our rapldlv Increasing popti
litlon and our fuictuiitlng export trade
must be lonstnntly borne Is mind, If we
vl-.li to hold ileur views on this ni-
I I rl int milijut At the llrt approximate.
I a urate census or (altle In 1V.0 there
"Ti- f.d7 cittle to the l.iJ of poniilition
This miiiibet Iticiennert In lW to Mti, show.
Pijr ,i I true Mot I. of cattle on hind at that
time. In 1T0, partly from the errrt of
the war and pirtly from an tinUereMt
mate of the number of cattle In the euuti
tr bv th census of that .Vear. we tin I
the number of enttl" inluri-,1 to US per
I Cjii or popuatlon. Two e,irs later the
number per i.n"0 Increafes to the extent of
t:o and reached TJS In lvu there Is an In-
rease of 0 per l,O0, from 11 to lsxj the
i Hie He Is 14 in) l.r.w, from IS3 to ls1. Is
15 per 1,(". IiuIiik the largest nppnrtnt In-
ruse In unv one ye.u . fioin lJ to ixxt
i he Inr reie Is 11 per ,(!. Irom ISM to lsv..
I Is It per 1,(m, reichlng thu hlKhist
i olnt sine 15W, or K'J cattle r"r l.CK) pop
ulation. J'ioiii 183 to li'i theie was a
tt-a.H foiling off In cattle, there helm:
7 1 to ever i.ogo population In I'vi In
onM.lerliiR the proportion of entile to
opulntlnn ninl ili.ivvlui: com Unions as to
ihe Khitlvc beef Kiippb In dirfiient enr,
(he fai t should not be overlooked thai
Ihue had been ,i sre it (native within
i he last twentv ycni in the character of
steen that lnie been Bent to market
N'ew and belli r blood ln been Infused
nio the old Mo k, and the result Is that
Me rs are muketed ounBer, weigh more
mi jleld a larger prowrtlon of enrcass
than formerlv The beef snpplv obtained
'I out .1 KiMUi number of cattle Ik for this
c ton toii'Mei ihly lirjrr Ihan It was a
f"W ars nun The lnireaed numliei of
at Hi per 1 (pOO of population does not,
therefore, rprent the whole Increase
'n the beef supplj which has taken place
"There If, In addition, an Increase re
sultliti.' fiom i-iris maturity, ?l7c mid ciual-
l Whlell pun onl be eBlltiinleil with rrrent
lltlleiilt an I utie-irt.ilnti .
' It has Inen eUdent, fiom the receipts of
altle sl the leidlni; stock ) arils of the
ouittrj'. that a ery lime number of
ueh anlnt lis hue bnen marketed In pro
portion to the Mook on hand, and this has
iieeti one of the liMdiui: faclors whlih op-
rtteil to dccieae the price of Hteers At
be deellin- In the prli.es, the proilts In
altle r illii have been sre.itlv ledueed
and In ninny loialltle this lndutiv had
been i-onrtueteil at a positive los Th In-
liable tenden v has therefore bien to
"ell olf Ihe stock and reduce the business,
n,l i ini.iU ntlv the proportionate ntim-
ipr of . ntle unrketeil ba be n mil' li
ureatei than durlnc Ihe ear from 1SSI
n lsi whrn the lndutry wa pavinir and
hi to k on hand was belntr Increased
for this reason the m irkets of the coun-
tr have not felt the lnlluenee of the re
1 1 Hon of Ihe Moeks of eattle In protior-
iiii to the noiMi'atlon which the tables
ilalrlv hovv has oecuned, and which must
ontlmiR at an Increaslnir rate from jcar
"The tendency of price with cattle will
be probablv to advance within the net
vear or two I1W1 on nceount of the Im
irobabillty of lncr.iHlnjr Ihe stock of eatlle
is npldlv ,ip the popul itlon Is nuemeitt
Inir but this advance will be Mow- and un
certain for a number of vears It will be
wo jpirs bpfore the xiock of cattle ha
been reduced to the nroporiion a com
nired to populitinn which existed In H75
I then ibe mean prb'e nf Meer xva but
l J" t er leO pound. or If) cent" les than
n ls9 In other words, the price of Meer
'or "pvernl enrs In the future will depend
' r on the price of Iiok" itnon the value
it tb exports of cattle and beef produ, ts
1 upon the proportion or Meer in irket-
I thin un.ui nnv chtinirm llkelv lo oieur
'n the number of cattle ner 1 0X) popula
" r exlyt'nir in the cnunlrv "
The ls'st cattle statitics of Ihe aerl
puUural d.nartment were furnished bv St -sicism
ltoblnson rfbtuatv- II last. It
"'I he rtpereie In number nf nxen and
other a'lle Mnce the eMIate for Jann
irv lM ins been verv marked. It amount
'o '.M-'li.' or en per lent of the Inst
v ear'" number Th' estimate for 191" mik
i.o number "t such cattle 11 3t Sir acainsl
10 t- re In lval
"Accomparv iny this considerable de
pre ie in nun lit-rs thete ha- bei n a falllne
ff In the value per head The deel'ne in
he per eanlta tax has been from 11 il In
tsil to II or. thl e.ir a de, reae of 61
Ptit. The le. rne in the nerirate xilue
fiom J5V 7S1.717 to JISIWIM. or JV!,-"Ot-ls"
MISSOURI SUPREME COURT.
Opinion tlandeil Down in llotli IMtUIous
of That ltnd at ,len, rson City
Jefferson City, Mo , April 13. (Special
The followtnt,- were the proceedlnga In
both divisions of the supremo court to
Division No. 1
James r.wart vs (! II Allerherty; ub
miMon bet aside ami cauia dismused for
shufeldt fz Co et n! x. Smith et al;
submlnod on briefs, until April .'7 to re
spondent and .Ma to appellant to HIo
bin's . ,
l!ai her Asphalt I'avliiB Company vs.
H. njunln I'llmui et al, arBtied and ub
mined bv respondent, submitted on briefs
i appellant, ten daa to appellant to file
rny of Kt Joseph s James Sehenecker,
mjtlon to alllrm sustained, writ of error
i: S l,ant,forl it I rank flabhart: mo
tion to adv.uue sustained, set for Mav II.
Uillon vs .Stevens; motion to remand to
St l.ouis court of appeals sustalm d.
Itixey xs. htuckcy t al; eubinltted on
I'lowfer V" Noland: submitted on briefs
Western Manufacturing Companj et.nl
vf Woodson et al. armied and nibmltted
llridley t al vs liippull; arsued and
Kansis City Rnburban Tlelt Hallway
fomnany xs. Norsron Bros.; diamlsbed
Division No I,
State vs Sibley; ilftecn days to appellant
to llle bilefs ...
Itose xs, Hose; alllrmed In opposition to
motion to dismiss tiled by appellant.
Mealows xs I'acille Mutual I.lfe Insur
ance Company, aruuul and submlttej.
f'ltv nf ht Jo'ipli vs. A. J. Levi, ub
mltted on briefs ......
Houston xs, jyier; arsueu na euumii.
Hernnn et al xs, Olcnn; argued nnd
Washlnnton Savings bank x-s llutchers
and Urovers' bank, of St. Louis, argued
I Inirenfeldter N, Leschcn; submitted on
Webb vs Webb: motion to dismiss writ
of error and recall supersedeas
liotli divisions adjourned until Monday,
I'ltorr.ssoit com, kmjm:icatk.
No Hiisls for the Siaudal In Iteirard to
;. orco It, snillli (oIIcki,
Sedalla, Mo., April 13.-(SpecUl.) At the
requenl of the UluIIJ of Ouoruii II Smith
eolkiie a citizens' comnUtte-v made- an In
vestigation tUida of the- churices
inadu uf.ilr.st i'rotiHsor J. W. Cool b a
number of thu students, who clilmtd that
the professor had been, guilty of Immoral
ei.nduct The committee examined the
student who hud nude tho churned under
oiih To-da the committee reported and
I'rofessor Cool Is fulll exonerated, his ac.
cuserx fatllnc to substantiate the tcan.
daloiia stories which they had so freely
circulated to the Injury of the college and
the titan of the faculty.
Itiptbts Wore eluud hpellers.
Wlnllell. Kas.. April I3.-(Spcclai ) Th
spilling man h brtween the Christian Hu-
demor Soclellis of the Uaptlst utid .Meth.
odbt ehur hes occurred last iiltlu at Man-
nniK t opeia nouse una uruw an im
mense audience. Twent-four on each
side took part. Including some of the most
prominent citizen;, superintendent of
Schools J, W. Splodler pronounced and
lion. John A. Eaton acted a referee. Tbt
oeutts; .wa weu bx tU Uaetuu, v.
A PANIC IN ASJATE HOUSE,
llllnuls' S,rn,ld t'npltol lladly IlnniSKfd
by 1 Ire, t rtu.liiL' tlreat l.trllrmcnl
PprincnoM, 111., April 13 rire broke
out to-iluy In Hip sen.tlo vvIiir of the
Btnte house nlid, funneil by a ilerce Kale,
rnRed for over nil hour nml emiscil ti
tlnin.iRo of Jl'i.ooo. DurliiR the fire the
crentust excitement prevailed ntnonK the
Inmntfs of (he ilnlo liout', mid owlni; to
the hlHli wind ntul dinictilt.v of KottlhK
nt the lire, which xvns tinder the roof, It
was Tor ,1 lime feared Hint the whole
iiullillnit would be ruined.
The lire wan illscovereil nbotlt noon by
n Janitor In tho peltate chamber. Tire
mill mid utuplojes of the Male then
spent hrtlf nn hour of xaln pcitrcli for
the locution of the II tines. It was llmilly
located on the roof ulotiu the western
side of the senate xvlntf, where tinners
linil been onKiKeil In icp.ilrlnii the roof,
A ccneml alarm Was Inimedlalely
ttirntil In, but by the time the tlpp.ut
incut ni rived the tire hail ulrenily nt
tallied (euisldeialc liiiulway lliulci licnth
the metal coverlnt; or the roof The
llremeti lutl jjiciI illlllculty In Kettltii;
their lines of huso to the roof. The ills,
tnnce to the nroiind Is over 100 feet,
The smoke vvni overpovveilnu nml they
vvcru compelleil lo ko on the toot mid
chop holes In the metal sheotlnir and
run their streams In that way. To do
this heavy lines of lie had to be iliavvn
to the ioof This required time, nml
vvheii the streams beirnn to piny the
lire hail crept aloni; fiom the senate
wlntr lo the basu of Ihe dome. Here,
fortunutedv, was a lulck wall, complete
ly sIlUltltIK lf thu test of the buUdlim.
The stiontr wind, however, caused the
Unmet to burn lleicelv ntul dense Vol
umes of smoke came fiom all nil liters
nf the state house1. Thiotlirli the win
dows nt tile base of the dome the BiiK'Ke
oozed out and irave the Impression that
the whole bulldlnir was on lire Tho
filKhtencd otnplove'S In the vat lolls ile
liiirtmcnts of the capltol were In a pan
Ickv state. Hundreds of people ciovvdcd
Into the building to watch the Hie and
fear was epiesod that the Humes
would make their way to the Inner
dome, which Is of pine Wood. At 1 10,
however, the II lines Were under control,
and shoitly nfler that the lire was out.
The quantities of w iter poured In
thiotiRh the roof leaked through the sen
ate celling, causing considerable damaRe
to the fiescoes In the chamber. The
smoke penetiated all parts of the west
wing and ha piolnbly mused much
damage to the walls liotli Ubinrles
were uiilnjilicil Kefntc Hie lite got well
Mm ted the doors weie closed, and these
p.tits of the building, with the chamber
of the house, an- w holly uninjured
Tear tint the fire would spread caused
seveial of the htnte olllclnls to make
Diepiratlon to move out tho property
left In their chaige The adjutant gen
enl, who has In his care the bittle
Hags, trophies and r lies of the Mexican
and civil vvais, made nrtangement to
take them to a place of safety. In the
treasuicr's. auditor's and other olllces
ill the books and imine) were placed In
vaults and the emplojet moved out. The
lire Is supposed to huxe started from n
tinner's furnace left on the roof by the
tinners who wete engaged In making ic
pali.s. Thete is no Insurance, as It has
never been the custom of the state to
insure Its property. A large foice of
men has been set to work to repair the
damage It Is feared that some of the
iteel supports beneath the ioof where
the lire started have been so xx.irped
that they will have to be replaced with
new ones Should this be the case the
entire ioof on the west side will huve to
be torn out and rebuilt.
Packard Organs. O. H. Oullln, agent, ?S
HORIZONTAL mLL ON SILVER.
Hon, till nn Morrison Sns the clneMlon
Is biionil In Important o Onl) to
the- 'Iiirlll. j
Waterloo, la., April 13 The Hon.
William Morrison, who al rived home
esterday, was asked by an Associated
I'ress i r porter to-d 15 to give his views
on the silver question. He said his pres
ence at homu at this time hail no 1011
noctlon with nor lelullon to the June
Dcmoetatic convention. He hail slmplv
stopped over on his wa West, whete
tin Interstate commerce commission had
some business lie Mild that dining the
canvass last Jem he bad made sexeial
speeches, and In one disi ttssed the sil
ver questbin fitdv and f uliv , stating his
own views "The Impoi lance of this
bubject is second onlj to the tnilfT, Its
uns.itisfaetoo and unsettled condition
is believed to hax'e aggiaviud Hie finan
cial and business dilllculllis thiough
which we have been compelled to pais
The pl.KC which sllvei shall occupy ill
our iiionetaiy .svsttin, it seems, is a
question which will not down. The ef
foit to settle it through the Sheunin
bill by the Hepubllcaii p.uty was a con
fessed lallure That paitv hastened to
Join in undoing Its woik. The sinlimeiit
in invoi of a larger use of t-ilvei and ml
teiuis int iiliangeable with gold seems
to be glowing, both heiu anil abioud
Appau utly nobody In lluiope is cour
agi oils enough to attempt the double
stund ml without Hnglind's consent.
Can we safel do this, with l.'nglnnd and
all Kuiupc eipposlngV It Is not the legil
tender qunllty which makes our silver
dollars more valuable than the silver
in them. H Is, because, uiulir the prac
tice of our llnancial sstem, they aie
Intel changeable with gold through the
trodsjuy. When silver was dlsn edited
by being left out of the cuinngu laws of
1S73 there was nothing in the illative
values of hllvei and gold to Justifv it
This Is nut the only i-ause, but is one
lenson why the comniprei.il value of sil
ver Is not mole than It is In prosper
ous times we Lould safely usu a largo
amuunt of .silver, nlvvuvs piuvidlng lor
Its eonxertibllltx Into rauiny whlih does
not get Its value Hum the law The
smeiuiy of the limrior. 11 ke Kmiih,
said in a speeeli that the bullion In the
treasury was being coined no fast ns
tho mints could do It, which would In
crease our cli 1 ulutlon to the extent of
J'S.OOO.OOO It would seem to mean that
the bullion In the tieasuty. Including
seignorase, la being coined."
sobiner I'l iiioi,
Sohmer Pianos. O. H. Guilln, aent, 929
It, mIiIiiko nml Hum Hiirurd.
Ottawa, Kas. Apul 13 'Special ) The
nsldeiiee and bam of Clint llurtner, a
farmtr living mat IMnmna, were burned
to the ground Tliuisda) evening The lire
was startid by a little ehlld pliylug vvlth
matches The barn, whiili was the largest
In Tranklin county, being SOU-'j feet, con-
lameii n turne tiuaixi.. ,,. ,, , h.i, ,
besides a number of bead of horses two
of which pulshed In the tlames Most of
the household goods wire rescued. The
loss la near W.OuO, with no insurance.
I Irewut. r Iturui d,
Kingston, Mo , April 13 -(Special) Thurs
day night ut about M oMock the bond
house uf Henry bnufer, near this elty, con
taining ISM gallons of whisk), burned
The Huppoeltlon Is that tho bind house was
first toileted of u puritan of Its contents
by thlev.s, and then (tied by them. No
m rests hae ben made, but the officers
are working on clues, and will doubtless
bilng the eulltv pei sons to justice,
Chase llros,' Pianos, O, H. Guilln, ngent,
j'.'i Walnut street,
tIoiaeseeUrrs xiurloii lii Suuta Vo Itnate.
On aiiesday. Apilin, the Santa re Houte
will run a homescekers' txiurslon from
Kansas City lu all points In Kansas. Okla
homa, Indian Tirrltorv, Texas, u'olaiailo,
I'tah, Ntvv .Me'ilio. and AiUona Th iato
will be one faro foi the round trip, plus -',
but no tkket will be sold for less than 57.
The tickets n 111 be eood twenty das, und
stop-oxers will be allowed en route both
going and retLniinjf, except south of l.a
Tor tUkfts and additional Information,
call ut ticket orhces, northeast corner of
Tenth and Main streets and 10.M) 1'nlon ave.
Iiue. C.ilOItllK W, HAtlllXlll'i'll.
Pa.iengcr and 'iickct Afcent,
Marshall i. Wendell Pianos,
fin, agent, !3 Walnut street.
O. II. Guf.
Ka cuts a mclc.
wc are making to order for
$20 to $40 ($5 le If you wish to
omit the rich elllt linings that wo al
ways inctuelc) are really placed
within reach of every man
desiring to be well dressed.
Business suits made to meas
ure well and from our large
choice of goods, $15 to $30.
Black worsted Albert and cut
away frock Suits (fancy trousers
If doslrcei) made up to date in
large variety for $20 to $40.
Wc understand the art of tailor
ing well at moderate prices.
Ninth and Main Sts.
Chicago. . JC W bT bows
ST. Paul. (QSMjCCtC ' Ohaha.
hoston. nxJLdra DtM"-
DrsMoixcs. liiwwr p,TTSBUp0.
Washimitosj. NrvvYORK, Ivdianvpolis,
KvssasCity, SvsIravcisco, MHNCvrotts.
llARirottD. Portland. Ore. IojAsgelcs.
PARISIAN CLOAK Go.
1108-1110 MAIN ST.
CAPES. DRESSSKIRTS u WAISTS
Intruded to IntcriM all of Khumk Cltj'i
MimrtsSt .Shoppers for InndHj.
Ladies' Double Capes, made of
extra fine black Iinjrlish Clay Diagonal,
all wool, 1 yards vule,
Handsome Silk Capes, yards
sweep, ribbon and clntlon trnnmeil, silk
Crepon Skirts, full xxiatu, lined
throughout, slifl'oneil, three plait back,
Figured Mohair Skirts, full um-
biella shape, lined throughout,
1108-1110 MAIN ST.
Must be constructed on scien
tific principles, with perfect
circulation on inside; thus pro
ducing the low temperature so
necessary for the preservation
of lood in hot weather. We
have for sale such a refriger
ator, made in all sues; hand
somely made of oak and an orna
ment to any home. We ask an
examination of them before
purchasing, for our prices are
low and goods new.
ZAHMER & BATTELL
No. 12 West Tenth.
BRIEFS BY WIRE.
Denver. Col., April J J. "The Nation's
Crll" is the nnnio ot new vv.ckly paper
efelahllblitil In thin clt), of which e.x-tlov-ernor
Davis II Walto will bo thu ulltor,
N.mhvllle, Tenn , April 13. Colonel
Tt uinu liuvern, the ohkst editor In the
ktate. ami fur foitv-one ears owner qf ilia
liallalin Ilsauiiner to-ilav elleil lie, l;u
an e-iiekl(lvnt of the Tciinesee J'reas As
soelutlon. WashtiiKton. April 13. H. L, Ualdwln,
of the b-eolojjlcal suivex, will start on Mon.
day lor houtli McAlester to organize an
other pans for work of ktirvelug the In
dian Territory, Two parties are ulready
n the Held
Cincinnati, April IS. At Covlnston, Ky
tola the case of William uoetiel foi
K-llliiiK Haulier J, I.. Sand ford nab con
t'l ued until net Tuesday. The jiostpone
uieut vvaa ilu lu the biother of bandford
suuJrins out u warrant cliaruliin Uoehel
with manslaui'hter. To-day additional
counsel haa been secured on both tides
and the friend of Sandford will prosecute
to the end.
Lost Thursday eenlntr, about 11
0'iloi.K, one pair of opem glatses and
stick, lu red plukh bag: 011 u creeu trln cat,
rinde-r will iikase return to Journal of
MiUor for Kuuni.
Sblpped dally in secure packages br
OEOIUJE HTS3EI.L.. Urugrist.
, Oppojlto waltloj room, Uulen dsU
12th nnd Main Sts.
TJi caveat est aaarcaatfon and tltc most wonderful vaUtcslu
Dress Fabrics ever
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trtto ur ftiurvU' on, n(t iv zu-iiioi'rotv iit-uur jsivtif xvinii ittui muinv.
The imported, and the American productions shall all fare alike.
Prices will prevail that were never known, before, and on the
yjCWJCST. MOST ItELLAHLE and M E1UTO 11 JO US FABRICS.
Fveri item means a, bona, fide saving to yon of from '40 to 0 per
cent on your purchase.
Here are 3 columns of quotations that will sink
into insignificance all former offerings,
And there's five fioorf wis at the store.
All Wool Silk Finish Henriet
tap, 46 incites wide.
50c grade for 39c
75c grade for 59c
Si 00 grade for 69(J
Silk Warp Henrietta, richest,
choicest goods; 46 inches wide.
Si. 00 grade for 8Sc
Si. 50 grade for $1.18
$2.00 grade lor $,3S
All Wool Crepons, fine quality
and superior finish.
42-inch Si. 00 grade for 59c
46-inch Si. 25 grade for 75c
44-inch Si. 50 grade for $1,00
All wool superior grade Serges,
45-inch 50c grade for 43c
52-inch Si. 00 grade for 75 a
Wish we could speak a
dozen more lan-juages to
thank you for your liberal
encouragement during the
Tfie sales-reeords show a
doubling of all past records.
Every diy since our open
ing days you have taxed the
ability of our immense par
lors to ho'd and our 35 ex
perienced milliners to serve.
But wc believe not a s'ngle
one has been disappointed.
True, our trimmers have
worked until almost mid
night, but their labor and
our efforts have been amply
We intend keeping up
this marvelous record. For
every hat or bonnet that
fits out a new one hand
somer, richer, is made. No
repetitions in our millinery,
and the little prices that
have so astonished and de
lighted everybody will be
still further diminished.
Come to us if you ivant the
topmost buds and blossoms of
g: bernheimer, bros: & co:
Washington April 13. The folio In pen
sions have been granted:
Jienjamln r, llennett, Huffalo, Dallas;
Thomas Stonlcln, Stall), Adair; Paviil C,
l.ovell, Lexington, Lafajette; Uenjamln
DleKeuon, AUrlch, I'olkj John T, UlcharU
son, ltlilBevvay, Harrison; John l'off, Ma
con, Macon; William Ilyron, Ourrollton,
Carroll; minora of William D, IJalty, La
Isaac Allen, National Sol Hers1 Horn?,
Leavenworth; Daniel D. Walker, Iola,
Allen; Itohert F, 1'rjor, rredonla, Wllfon;
Joseph ripencer, Alta Vista, Wabaunsee;
Samuel Wuehsmuth, National ftolUlers'
Home, Leavenworth; llcnjamlu I Qamble,
Junction City, aeary: Charles Chenault,
Wameuo. Pottawatomie; Thomas V. llrun
nau, r.l Dorado, Hutlc-i : Saloma lluncold,
Carboiniale. 0.at,e, minor of Homer A,
ltoblnson, Peotone, Seilbivlclt.
Joseph Morris, Pun ell, Chickasaw Na-
William T. Sands. Dale, 1'otta.watoinle;
Samuel Orlffln (deceased), Guthrie, Logan;
minor of Samuel Qrlttin, Guthrie, Lofau;
llz Shlilda. Ucoey, KlntUshir,
12th and Main Sts.
presented, to the shopping public of this City
- - .1-. ... -.. .... Vft.a
All wool Crepon, in stripe
and burr effects, 46 inches
wide, genuine $1 value for
52 inch all wool Scotch
Cheviots, worth $1.25, now
50 inch Silk and Wool
Mixtures, were Si, on sale
40 inch Silk and Wool
Novelties, new, pleasing ef
fects, genuine 75c value, ior
Sales daily increasing in
greatness, on account of right
stocks and right prices.
Grass Cloth, in black, Trhito anil
Jtest Cambrics, all colois 4c
I'ast Itl.mk Cumbucs, Sc value.... (Jc
Tubt Ulaelt nml Coloreel I'ercallnes,
yard wide, lBe viiluu Oc
hast lilacK l'eicallucu, xxarranled
acid proof 7c
Imitation Haircloth, cray Qc
Mothers will not worry
and work in making dresses
for the little lolks once they
see the beauties we've gath
ered here. Clean looking
Prints, Dressy Percales,
Dainty Dimities, Charming
Zephyr Cloths and elegant
Piques, made up in tastiest
styles, best workman
ship and choicest trim
mings. Sizes 2 to r.f years.
Prices, .foe to $2.50.
Notions and Dress
Specials for .Voiuuy Only.
Velveteen Dicss racing. 4c
beam JHnellng, all colors, per
Illnek and White Elastic, all widths,
per yard 5C
30-ineh Kenl Whalebones, fiir...5c
Cotton Coveted l'eathvr Hone, ner
Per bos of 12 yards 75c
llest Ciiadc .Machine. Oil, a bottle.Sc
Hcltintr, n yard , 4c
Hone Cuslnu, pur pleco of 0 yards.6c
Twin Dress btnys, per set of 10.. 9c
Ladies' Combination Toilet Case,
2e values, for 5c
Hook Pini, best quality, blnck and
white, worth 10c, for 5c
American I'in Co's. I'lns, 5c grade,
for , 3c
Uest Dress Stays, per set of !.,,, 5c
To Tire IlniTon Please inform your read.
Crs tbut I liavo u tiositivo remedy for thu
Bliovu tiatued dibcuse. Uy it timely us
thousands of hopeless rasj have bieu per.
uisuentlr cured. I fcliall be glad to seud
two bottlojof my remedy free to imy of xour
reader who have, consumption if tbry will
send ma thei r expresi ntul po!,t utile e ad iress.
T. A. blocmu, M.O., 18J Pearlht., New Vork.
FOIl KITIIKK HEX.
TIiIh reuiedv tieiui; lrw
Jrcled directly lu tbo
seat or tuuse aineatHM
of Ihe Ueiilto.l'rluejt
Orn, roqutrex no
chunice of diet, (lure
ruarauteeu la 1 to
Federmann & Halltr, Druggists and Bolt
Agents, vM Malu HL. Kansas City, Mo.
THE JODHNAb, 10c Week
12th and Main Sts.
20-inch white Habutai Silk, for
general wear; will wash like lin
en. Excellent value at 35c; on
sale at 24c
Plaid Wash Silks, such as
you're asked 50c for all over
town; our price 35c
Crinkled Kai Ki, in most
charming colors for waists; reg
ular 50c quality for 35c
20-inch colored Brocaded Sat
ins; good for waists and skirts.
Good 75c value, for 50c
Corded, striped and plaid Wash
Silks, handsome designs and val- r
ues sold over town at 50c; we
offer for 39c E
Specials for Monday.
Jet I'dges at Sc. 12f c, ISc and 20c;
worth almost double.
Jet Vaudvke Points frnm 4R,- tr,
80 r0 a yard'; worth one-third more. p3
jci rasseiuentcnes, worth ,5c to
Wc. for 50c
Jet Garnitures, worth S2.S0 toS3.75
a yd., for.... SI.98
fepanjrlcd Lace, 0 inches wide, all
colors, S I. SO qinlity, for S3. 75
Spangled Hands to match, SI.2S
ouilitv. for non
Pearl Iluttons, worth 5c to 10e n G3
uoz per earn 01 a cloz Qc F-d
5,000 yds. Colored Silk Gimns, 15c eh
to 25o values.w ill be closed at 8c Yd P
$3 Separable Shirts
FOR $3.50 EACH.
Hundreds of them just in
Made of wide wales, with full
sweep, and draped perfectly.
Fancy all wool Crepon
Skirts, in black and navy,
full sweep, lined with perca
line and faced with velvet
een: genuine Sio values:
bring that everywhere; on
sale here for $Q g
We could write volumes
about them. But wed rather
you'd see them. We know
what the verdict will be a
LailtoV All Wool Cloth Ctpos,
double capo effects, genuine 62,,'i0
value, on sale at $1.50
Extra citialitv liro:ulilntli
Canes ("black onlvl. lrimmr.,1 .;ii, S
silk braid anil satin ribbon bows; Ej
would bo elieap at fll.SO; 011 palo fc
at. to tr- M
Stipeiior quality Broadcloth
Cape, double eano ofTc-nt. lmtli
. , f ,,,.
collar anil capo heavily braided ETJ
(black, bluo and tan); oxcellent
valuoat4; now $3.00 H
Has a heap to do with a man's
happiness. (Jet a policy In tho
New England Mutual
Lite Ins. Co.
And your mind will be at rest
on tho insurance question. IT
I'LKAbr.S. Charles 1). Mill,
Ueu. Agt., New Utuf. Life bhlg.
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