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TII12 KANSS CITY JOUKNAL. SlrXDAY. KAY 12. TS05
SUPREME COURT CONSULTS,
THAT TltliUT.WM. TALKS OVKIt
INCOMr, TAX tU.ClSlON.
It Is tlidlrtrtl JiiMIco ,tndion Will
Dccliln In rnvnr f the Onn-tltutlon
nllly of Hip I.im-AII1 Not
Help llio Itorenuc-.
Wnnhlncton. May 11. The nlno Justices
of the supreme court held a consultntlon
nt the cnpltol to-day from 11 till 12 o'clock,
ft nil there Is every renson to bollevo that
the icatilt of the eoti'iiltnllon was to renolt
n. conclusion on tlio Income tax question.
It lt presumed that the muni custom of
the court will be followed, mul Hint to one
of the Justices In this majority 1ms been
nsslRiicd the work of preparing the opinion
of tho court, Tho Justices In the minority
may each write a separate dissent or not,
ns encli Inillvldimlly prefers. Tho consulta
tions are held In secret, nlul no nimomice
mctit of the conclusions reached are ever
inailo prior to promulgation from the
bench, but some clrotimstnnces connected
with the selon rather point to the vote
or .lustlco Jackson liavlnir been cast In
favor nf the constitutionality of tho law.
The prluclp.it reason for tills statement Is
to be found in the fact that after tho con
sultntlon of nil of tho members of tho
court, a private conference wns held lo
tueeii Justices White. Harlan and llrowu,
who were nil In favor of the law ot tho
prcUoils hearliiFf. nnd Justice) Jackson,
Chler Justice ruller, who favored uphold
ItiK the l.nv In part, wns not present, Tho
manner of Justices Hatlan nnd White, who
were the mot strenuous supporters of tlio
law In previous conferences, also led to the
Inferenoo that they felt that they were in
tho majority. These incidental facts, o
course, are by no means conclusive, but as
straws, they point to the upholding or the
law. It Is rCRanled as almost certain that
tho decision bo announced when the
court reassembles May so. Justice Jackson,
now thnt he has cast his vote, will not en
danger his health by a further slay In
Washington, but will leave hero next week,
probablv on Monday night, for his homo
near Nashville, Term. , ....
Washington, May 11. (Special.) A well
known attorney, who Is a personal friend
of Justice Jnckson, made the statement
lo-nlKht thnt he had a lone talk with Mr.
Jackson about the Income tax case, and ns
a result he Is very positive that Mr. Jack
son will support tho opinion rendered by
Chief Justice Fuller. This will leave tho
constitutionality ot the law supported by
a majority ot tho court, but the new decis
ion to bo Riven out by the full court will
not chaiiKo tho former decision in tho least,
ns far ns tho amount of money to be de
rived from taxes. Justice Jackson will
take tho position that It Is not constitu
tional to tax Incomes from rents or munici
Tho I'roRrnmmo That Will "o Rendered
by the Third llfRliucnt
The programme of the Third Regiment
band at Falnnount park to-dny Trill be as
AKTEilNOOX, AT 3 O'CLOCK.
Triumphal march (Harlowe).
Overture "Crown Diamonds" (Auber).
Selection, popular (Wheeler).
Concert valse (Kaust).
llarwood gavotte (Wheeler).
March "The Bell ot Chlcngo" (Sousa).
"Kowlng- In tho Moonlight" (Lena
Weber). .. ...
Selection from "Tobasco" (Morse.
"Die Seharwacho Kommt" (Lllenberg).
Paraphrase on "Annie Laurie"
(Whec T.,NIj.0i AT 3 0.CLOCIC.
Adjutnnt Sttegler't- march (Wheeler).
Selection from "Der Frcischiietz ' (C.
M Weber. ., , ,
Humoresnue Uy request (H. O.Wheeler).
Coinet s-olo "Spanish Serenade" (l-.lien-lierR),
Mr. Hd lllner.
Presidential Polonaise (Sousa).
Tuba solo "The Unforgotten Song"
(Prentice). .Mr. lllldrctli.
Valse "Sabro lna Olas" (Rosa).
"The Mill in the Forest'1 (MIchaells).
Selection from the "Army Chaplain"
Infernal galop (Keler Dela).
The park will be running In full blast,
with all tho attractions going, including
boating, fishing, bowling and shooting.
Special excursion trains will be run flora
Argentine, Armourdale and Kansas City,
riin.n hay spouts.
Christian Kmli-iuor I'coplo l'ropnrlnc for a
tinoil Tlinu on Decoration Day.
A. P. Nichols, II. R. Ennls, XV. li. Frost,
Miss Prances Vassar and Miss Florence
Klledge, tho social committee of the local
union ot the Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor are busy arranging for
the annual Christian Endeavor Decoration
day field day. I'alrmount park hns been
(elected as the scene of the festivities, ana
the athletic ecnts are to be held on the
grounds of the Kansas City Athletic Club.
Arr effort will bo made to make tho occa
sion the most largely attended that has yet
been held. Invitations will be sent to all
of the Endeavor societies of this city, Kan
sas Clt, Kas., and Independence, and to
nil of tho Epworth Leagues and llaptlst
1'nlons ot the thieo cities. If all partici
pate seventy-five bocletles will be repre
sented. The athletic events will be in chnrge of
a special committee. A list of them has
not been prepared as yet, hut it Is certain
that there will bo a baseball gamo between
representatives of tho Kansas City, Mo
nnd Kansas City, Kas., Endeavor societies.
An appropriate address will be delivered
nt abgut 1 o'clock in the afternoon. The
speaker Is yet to bo ehoson. Tho custom
of holding such Held days was started four
years- ago. Each one has proved more of
u success than the one preceding It.
In Your Life.
If you miss any
of the bargains
wc arc offering;
A foIIiI oak full size Cane Sent
Rocker only ...JUS
A solid oak full size Cooler Seat
Rocker only $3.00
A solid oak full size Plush Seat
Rocker only , , jj.so
A solid onk Center Tabic C5c
A solid oak Sideboard ,..J12.tirt
A solid onk Rookcaso... X."0
A nice 3 piece Rcdroom Suit $11.78
A nice 0 foot Antique Extension
A nice Ice llox Ji.r.o
A nice Refrigerator jtj.SO
Gasoline Stoves, $3.35 up; Iron I3cds, $6.50 up; Window
Shades, 20c. A full line of everything to furnish a house
complete on easy terms at
Square Dealing Installment House,
Comer Twelfth and McGce Streets.
C. J. WHITE, President.
II. C. SCIIWITZaEBEL, Vice President.
W. H. SEEGER, Cashier.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BAit
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
At tho Close of Business May 7th, 1895.
Loans and discounts
Stock securities, etc
Real estate, furnituio and
U. S. bonds nnd pre-
Kansas City, Mo.,
school bonds CO.OOOOO
CaHh and sight ex-
chango -1 I9,ST,3 SO
Capital stock paid In $ ZOO.OflOO'i
Sut plus fund W.COOOO
Undivided prollts li.SJl 70
Deposits lndtldual ... tf 15,917 2i
Hanks rii3,i,i;i n
U. S. Trcas.. 51.5W77 1,211,21310
i . f v i .S' -I (4w p?'ji'i fi.rn I'm, ,. I
I - -5, jgdS , ' hllii' '. '.',: 'Hi f
Stato of Missouri, County of Jackson, ss.:
I, W. II. Sceger, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear thnt the
abovo statement Is true to the best of my;knowlcdge and belief. W. II. SEEOEK,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 10th day of Mav, 1S93.
OILSOX H. GRAY, Notary Public.
Correct. Attest; S. McWILLIAMS, 1
OEOUGE W. JONES, J-Directors.
PHIL. E. CHAPPELL, )
W. S, Woods, President.
XV. A. Rule, Cimlilor.
Of the Condition of the
Whipple want ad.
All Open Letter,
Chiistl.in Endeavor ;
Otllre of i
Stato President. :
Kansas City, Mo.,
May 11, 1S93,
To all Missouri Kndeavorers:
To pi event tlcl.ija ond mistakes In order
ing tickets for the trip to tho Iloston con
vention, I deem It necessary to Inform you
olllclally that jour stato transportation
committee has designated "The Ulg Pour"
louto and Its conm-ctlons ns the "oltlelal
route" by whloh the "olllclal trains" ot
the Missouri Clulstlan Endeavor Union, Y.
P. S. C. E., will bo run trom St. Louis to
lloston. No "olllclal trains" will be run
irom St Louis to Hoston by any other
loute. Mr. W. II. McClaln, of at; Louis,
having resigned from the transportation
committee, will have nothing to da this
sear with the arrangements or the sola of
tickets for the "olllclal trains" from St.
Louis to Itostou, nnd all communications
tegardlng payment for tickets, sleeping
cars, hotel accommodation", etc., for tho
'olllclal trains" should bo addressed to the
fol'owiuir gentlemen, who hao ben ap
pointed agents for the state transportation
Thomas Jones, transportation headquar
ters, room hl'J, Now York Life building.
Kansas City. Mo.; V. P. dlldersleeve
southwest corner Ilro.idway nnd Chestnut
street, St. Louis, Mo.
I respectfully suggest thnt all Missouri
Emleavorcrs tatlfy tho action of their
transportation committee, and go In a body
on the "olllclal trains" of the Ulg Pour
route, from St, Louis to Ilostou via C'leve
land. Niagara Pulls, Saratoga Snrlncs mm
Albany, Very truly 1 ours,
State President Missouri C. li. Union,
Kansas City. Mo., as Rendered the Comptroller of Currency at
Close of Business May 7, 1895.
Loans and discounts
U. S. bonds, t per cent (par) .
Stocks nnd bonds
5 per cent redemption fund..
Cash and sight exchange....
, l,615,r.40 CO
Capital stock pnld In.
.... 200,000 00
. ... G9.GG5 Gl
.... 4,G31,G01 71
A FEW OF THE MANY DISHES FOR THIS WEEK'S FEAST!
PALATABLE THINGS TO SUIT THE APPETITE OF THE THRIFTY.
The success of the first week of our wonderful May sale bears conclusive evidence that the people appreciate a
pood thinjj when they know it to be a good thing. Never before has a sale more fully exemplified the fact that Truth,
Push and Liberality are the essential links that build up a big business. Our ambition is far-reaching; the trado of last
week, however, overreached our expectations, but the past six days will more than find their equal in the week to come,
ns tlin manv rich nnd nlensintr barcrnins will attract hundreds who have heard of the wonderftillv m-eat values onlv to be
had at our very popular sales. It is our high aim to conduct our big weekly projects strictly in sympathy with only such o
progressive and honorable methods that will commend respect and confidence with every transaction. iot: only our
Kansas City housekeepers but those of the whole surrounding country arc taking a profitable and active interest in the
sale of sa'es, where every purchase proves a tempting and pleasing invitation to the buyer. If you appreciate home
comfort and beauty, you cannot afford to overlook the opportunies we advance during this, the second week or
0: ID imAT
SIX DAYS IN WHICH TO PLACE YOUR MONEY WHERE fOU WILL GAIN THE GREATER PROFIT,
The nboTO statement U correct.
W. A. RULE, Cashier.
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Of Kansas City, Mo.,
At tho Closo of Business on tho 7th day of May, 1895.
Loans and Discounts $665,549.39
Real Estate. Furniture and Fixtures. 31,000,00
Cash and Sight Exchange $373,394.40
United States Bonds and Premium.. 55,500.00
Redemption Fund 2,250.00- 43 1 . 1 44.4Q
Capital Stock $250,000.00
Surplus and Profits 25,382.33
Doposits 307.31 1.46
Tho abovo is corroct. T. H. BEEKMAN, Cashlor.
HOY IKUIXIV TOICTUKKD.
His I'li'.li lliirneil by Mutches In a Shock
Joseph Vicola, a 5-ycar-oM boy, whose
parents live at Second and Cherry streets,
had gome severe burns' dressed by tho city
physician yesterday. The boy claims the
burns were made by two men who wan
tonly tortured him with matches Friday
afternoon ..hllo be was playing near nts
Mr, n. Wiley, ex-postmaster, Hlack
Creek, N. Y was so badly aflllcted with
rheumatism that he was only able to hob
ble around with canes, and even then It
caused him ureal pain. After uMne Cham
berlaln's I'ain Halm he was so much im
proved that he threw away hi canes. He
Bays this liniment did him more uood than
oil other medicines and treatment put to
100 pounds granulated sugar for (3.73 at
103 Delaware street.
Liquors for Hanui,
Chipped dally In secure packages br
GEOHGS EYS3ELL. Druggist
Owojiu walling room, Uolon depot.
BrDeWVS ociV Frmk RcgukVw Kh
A SAFE, CERTAIN and EFFECTUAL
Remedy in suppressed or painful menstru
ation. A POSITIVE and iiuaranteed
remedy to PREVENT and CORRECT
irregularities. Their equal as an emmegogue does not exist,
as thousands of happy women, both old and young-, in all parts
of the land can testify. Prepared by the world renowned and
famous French physician and surgeon, Dr. De Lap, of Paris.
Price, Si box; 6 boxes, $5. JOHNSON BROS.,
Druggists and Chemists,
1 107 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Sole agents for the United States. Mail orders promptly
I $10 SO liEDllOOM SUIT,
& I lard Maple
I $2100 BEDROOM SUIT,
1 lard Maple
$2o OO BED II O OM S UIT,
$4-2. OO B E I) It O OM S UIT,
$oo.00 BEDROOM SUIT,
Very Fine ,
$1 L. OO HA B Y B UG G Y, 7
Silk Plush .
$13.00 BABY BUGGY, -Sf) i
Silk P.iish IV. I U
$18.00 BABY BUGGY. 1 0 K Hi
A Beauty B .U V
$1G.oO FOLDING BED, -gn ')
Mantel Shape lU.UU
$23.00 FOLDING BED, fr pf)
Mantel Shape I iJ . LJU
$33.00 FOLDING BED, Q Q J
Upright Mirror Front S zJ
$4:0.00 FOLDING BED, Of fin
Upright Mirror Front - Q U. U U
$o.OO TOILET SET. Q Q O
Neat Decorations .ijnj
$30.00 OFFICE DESK, 1Q ft1)
$3o.00 OFFICE DBSK. QO Aft
Roll Top &l!Jrl
$2.30 CARFFT SWFEFFR, 1 Q7
Best Make I.U
$1.23 DINING CHAIR,
$1.30 DINING CHAIR,
$1.73 DINING CHAIR.
$1.30 LADIES' ROCKER,
$2.00 LADIES' ROCKER,
$3.30 GENTS' ROCKER,
30 ICE BOXES, O 07 m
Hard Wood O .U fea
$10.00 REFRIGERATOR. Q Q H
The Famous Hurd ?. CU i .
$12.00 REFRIGERAT OR,
The Famous Hurd
$10.00 REFRIGERATOR, Q ?fM
The Famous I Iurd f . O O iJ
$18.00 REFRl GERAT OR,
The Famous I Iurd
$2 '2.00 RJJFR I GERAT OR,
The Famous 1 Iurd
$12.00 LADIES' DESK,
$1.73 PO LI SUING 1RONTS,
Set of Three
$10.00 Cabinet Kitchen Tabic,
$00.00 Davis Sciv'mg Machine,
J. K. HUltKHAH, C. S. MOliKY, J. G. 6TKE.VN, WJW. U GAINES,
l'retldcut, Mtu 1'realdent, L'uhler. Assistant Cuslilor,
deposits May 1, 1091. 2,625,812.03, Deposjta May 1, 1093, 2,009,423.33.
( XV. v.. Hall, v. r.. Jin-., j. tuiik iiuKcrmttu,
J, U. Mllc,
Geurgv 1', Gates,
J. It. ilurnhum,
U. L. HcElroy,
I., it. Smith,
C. S. Slurry,
J. G. btrcuu.
Wesollclt accounts of Hanks. Bankers, Corporations. Firms. Merchants and Individuals, and will
be glad to meet or correspond with ihos e contemplating making chauges or opeulug new accounts
Try the Journal, 45c per month.
The People s Safe Hepostory and Market of Economy
Every Household Want Supplied Under One Roof!
Housekeepers placing their
accounts with us can pay same on
LE1lIDBR,S OF 31jO"W PRIOE3S,
A MMMHI"" I' 'I "f '' 'M HWil
The MERCANTILE IS THE FAVORITE
For sale by all First. class Dealers. Manufactured hr the V. It
CO. Factory No. 3U fat. Louis, Mo. Chas. W. LAMtt Western Agu. 001 Lydla Ave, Kat t,Hj
ItlCi: MKKCAKTlLi: t'KiAK
Ir all cervuus tiibeu.tfs, W esfc Memery,Los of tlralu
Power, UtaUBcbe. Wakefulae.s. L.oH Vtlulll),
QlVliilyeaiUeluiiii.uTll Uieuaii. Iwuotoncyuaa nu'i
luif dUuubes caufeMd by suulblul crrwr ores
cesie. I'uDtalu- no opiate.. Is u ucrve tualc ucd
bluoU builds v. flakes the alo and puny troz and
plump. Kiullr curried In Te.i pocket. &1 per bun
B (or US. Oymall prepaid with u written iruarauted
toruraor moner refundfu. Writo u. rr. uniii,..
book, tealed plain wrapper. vrltb tesumonlals auj
- rlnitnfl.l rf"ruiC hu buwA ... ....... .......
tloaa. Hewart of imitation'. , jld hr onr nAtertlieil acuuu. or aildrv-a IIKBVE MFt:U 'uM
iiisoula Teatcie, Cblcaio. Sold la Ksjitas City, Mo., by If. C. Arnold. Druggist, Oth A Utio tt.
j;..!tv,.,.Ni:i,I,,ETV ' uon.
1'lllNlbJl. TUe folloulug Btate
uiems ucardlns the Wberrell euro
are at)iOlutelv tru; it i ,.. ni.i-
Mt Uuowu uiedlcal cure: tha oldrat umi ihu ....it
neaulno aud orialujl cure la the two Kansas Cltva
the only cure ludoiscd and adopted by the L'ul el
States HOVernmetlL authorltl.ann ni li.ii..,f...H
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lueuui uu9WJtK""ui" lao patient iu writini; a sure and permanent
euro, and the only one that has uever Injured the health of a single patient.
7o WYANDOTTH STREET, KANSAS CITY, MO.
IIIIUUUUIH New York Life Building.
PU.KCTO,, jjif(?rXpr..-t P.zffisrr&atf g'ffla
Foveku DinftaIasueii.Qii.AU farts ol tlie Old.Woi'liL