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T11F, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. .TUNE IP, 180o.
LETTER TO CONGREGATION,
inr. itv rur m-shv nr Tin: sko
o.mi nil iii n:iii.N innicii.
It mil t'pnn All Imp In Ihc rnlth lt
Itr-miln l.nyil nmt tti-trn lit the
Itrcrnt WlthitrnmiH In Inn-
C C, Trt-aavvay, 'r. 15. "V. Sclunfller.
I' i. IMInl, !. It. Winn a ml I? M. Wright,
tli- ncMlon of lh Second l'rfsbyterlati
rvir;h. have IMued ooplfs of tln follow
it mlNr tt.tnAtory Hrcular letter:
' To the contrp(Mlon of the Becoml 1'rrs-
! tprinn Church.
rrtetid-tri View of the ierullnr etr
c nntiwee nt prenent surrounding this
church nd connreirntlon, II Bwnn Mppro
I rial thai the aemton should nddrcss cu
a tew Word.
'We would first pall your attention to
the fuel that In plte of thi ronldrable
mmbcr of ex'illwt l"op!n who hive rjt
1 rred thPir Intention of withdraw Inn
from u, by far the larger ortlon of the
inemberahlp f the church still remains
loyat In It nlleul.ttiee to thl body.
"Wo are In po,,'lon of valuable church
property, entirely free from Inotimbraiu o
frul owe no mm nil) thing. There U not
the llRhtet doubt that tho' who are nun
to reinnln with the rhurch are nbitndnnily
uble to ralie the n-venue nececeary for
curving on It operation In i liberal
tna.itier, and marv or them have vnlun
t mlj erpreend their imriioie so tu do nt
whatever peronil rol
"While profound) di plorlns? the lo of
tho-i who fool that they muat leave u,
we hid them Oodspeed In their new eliler
)M.(. Hut vie believe It to be th innnl
J.t duty of all true Prebi terlana to rn.
iinm lojnl to the tradltloni of their f.ith
ir "We furthermore rnll attention to the
fict that the rule a to who should vote
nt our late congregational meetlnir vim
nl pted by a oU- of the member of the
t liiireh bv n majority uf 211 to 157, thutf
refuting the accusation, sometime made,
ihut thin rule wan foisted on the mif-tlmr
In a small coterie. The rne was plvlnlv
ft itel nnl argued by gentlemen on both
t Jei of the ii'iention. repentpillj and dent
il stated by the moderator, and thotoUKh
lv umleritoo'l by the voter". rresli.vterl.in
1 iw pieorlbes that ooi h hitt rli shall, by
tl, ote of Its comintinleanl trie mber,
i lipt It own rule n to who sh.ill vote
on the call of a iitnr. This statement
vv 111 regaid to the rlnnh meeting abovo
li f rred to In made eperlallv for the ben
itlt of Koine who were not present tit that
"We do not pretend to read all of Ood't
purpose In permitting wh.it seem to i
to be po unfortunate and needles a rup
ture In this boly. Hut we feel nsured that
lie will not In the end permit till church
to suffer los, founded a It was In ue.ik
m - but in great faith, favored of the
Lord nbove It desert, during nil these
5 ear, and still humbly lemalnlng faithful
to Him ami to the great ecclcelaillc.il
body to which It belongs.
"Let u thin tally to our work with re
newed devotion, heeJIng not what other
may do. peaUing 111 of none, but by God's
grace doing our duty In the lot to which
He has nsslu-ned us. '
I'rofeor Haines, chemist to the Chicago
hoard of health. s,i he h.i found the
Itoial Baking I'oudcr the put est and
Ftrongeat, and supctlor to all others In
I'arlc Iloinl (Sitting .Mutter In Mnpe'to
Ciiiidtlllll Private Propel tj for
Description of the lands and the owners
of lots embraced In the park board reserva
tions for public square lire nearly ready
for approval by the board. The city coun
selor ha been requested to prepate a form
for a resolution to declare the ue of these
lands for public purposes. This Is the llrst
formality a a foundation for proceedings
in cotulemmttlon. The resolutions will be
recommended to the council, pned by
that body, and the case taken directly
to the circuit court, the Mimbrous and un
satisfactory pi oceedlng In the mayor's
court h.ilng been dispensed with under
the new law.
Theie will be a meeting to-morrow nfter
noon, to open bids for the construction of
the proposed shelter building at lludd park
and for sidewalk on Independence boule
vard, from Woodland avenue to Oladstono
nvmue At till- meeting. It 1 ptobable
that the descriptions for the small paiks
will be complete anil the resolutions readv
for adoption. In that case the will be
pushed as rapidly as, osililt. notice of the
pending notion In lug gim by publication,
as in other condemnation proceedings.
There ns a mtetlng of tho boird yes
terday afternoon, at whbh a niimbci of
questions of law wire raled. Judge ilc
Pougal made .souu minor i hanges in the
form of the contract for paving Independ
ence boulevard and took the matter of
the appointment of an attorney under ail
isemcnt. While the board Has still In
session, one property owner offi r,.d to
sell his lot In the West Hlutfs reservation.
Tho lot Is 2jX130 reet, front on Twelfth
btreet, and has improvt mints nn It He
asked J0,."i") for tin premlsi a, a discount of
tl.ZW from his figure two ve.ir ago. whin
the plan for a park '.jntem wr. udopted.
At the late he establishes, howevei. It
would cost an enormous sum to nciiujie
the whole tract, even by condemnation.
The matter was taken under advisement.
W hen j ml suit r from hl k hendiit he, dlz
nness, constipation etc, remember Carter's
I.lttle Mver l'lll will rclloie yoiL One pill la a
8i.on-OTr.w.v and Kinuit.v si.un.
JIi Kinley Hi), June !!th.
This Is CJ. A. IS. d iv nt the Ottawa chau
I niipia ahsembly, and Governor JlelCinlev,
f Ohio, Will be till bpeakir of the la.
spi cial tialn will have Kansas City Thurs
j i, June 20, at $ so a in.
I,i ave l'aofa at PK2S a. in.
lai'iiM) Osawatomle at P 1" a m.
Arrlv'B at Ottawa nt 11 iu a m
Leave Ottawa for return at 0 p. tn.
Jlegular Ottawa Chautauqua assembly
round trip tlikets on sale June 1G to June
is good lo leturn until Jiiim 3i), at 1 l'i
mtawa express, via the .Misnourl J'aclfle
rulway, leaves Kanas City I'nlon dipot
t o 15 a. m.. during the tuei ting of the
i it lutauipia un mblv Itemember the spe.
vl train on MeKlnley day. j:eur.-ion
t. ket on sale at I'nlon derot, .No. IWS
1 t.loii avenue.rir irnl avinue depit and city
! Ket oitlce, No. V-"J Main net. Tel, phono
Jii li S JllHHTl'.
I'asengr md Tiikm Agent.
An Ai i ompllsbi i I'at I,
May 10th the Nickel Plate Hoad Imug.
uiainl a. new train service. The new sum
mi r schedule affords the same number of
alns is before. Including through service
. ween Chicago, Cleveland, llutfato. New
' k and Hoalon. The Improvements also
nbiace the shortening of time of trains
twen all of tin- above cities. Colored
, u.rs In uniforms In eharga of da
i lies to atuud to both (list and -e-ond
i-s passengers. Hates always the lowest,
i .r futher information uddr.-s your near
f i ticket agent or J, V. Colahan, general
agent. 111 Adams street. Chicago, 111,
liuli pendente lloiilev.irit Ibim.igi d.
Independence h.iukviul suffeied se.
vercly by the lluod of M-uiduj nlglU, the
Up drfaaliitr "I men lam belns washed
. w ij- in a number of places. Secn-tary
K ssler, of the park board, reixnted the
situation at y-strda ' mrulng nnd
said tluit It would require at lust a car
i ad of 'lies.iiit; tn repair the daiuuge.
v me of tho p.ivinif vvas. injured, ul
tunuKh in Bomi pl.t'es the liunillne of
tpe tjranlte vva ut aw iv
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Crape Crcant of Tartar Powder. Free
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
PRESSURE IS TOO GREAT
Drninrral Will Hold a "Mite (nntrntton
and Declare .VIIourl Solid tor
I reo "liver.
"A free silver l)cmoi ratio convention
In MIoiirl tnnj fee roiildcred n cer
tainty," said Mnrrv K. Ilroivn, chairman
of the Jackson county Democratic com
mitter, Mtenlfly. Chairman Moftntt
lias tiromliHHl to call it meeting of the
fUle ecntriil cominltlec to nrrnnRo for
the convention, pioMded tnorr limn half
the IJcmocrnttc county cntnmltlee In
the state would alftnlfy through olllclnl
cummtinlontlohs from their chaltman
that such aeonventlon waa dealtnl.
"I fe by Hie papers that I'lmlrmnn
.tnlm W. l'nrrl. of tli" Iaclpilo county
IJettiocmtlP POitnnlttee, who ha, been
corresponding; with tho chairmen of the
other Democratic commute In the
alate for the purpose of obtaining; from
them reilieta to the atatc central com
mittee to call n atatc convention, has
received the Ueelrrd ieiuets from fltly
alv of the chairmen When he obtain,
two more he will have n majoilty. The
rcntieata will !x forwarded to Chairman
Mnrfntt. lie will dollblle ohltiln nt
least twenty or thirty more request
from chairmen who have not answered
Ids letters to them.
"The tnte convention will probably
not be held before the first or second
week In August. Uy that tlmo tin?
farmers will be through with their work
nnd will be able to attend the primaries
or county convention lit which the
delegates will bo selected. It will not
do to hold primaries or convent Inn to
select dolegjite before tho middle of or
latter part of July, as tho farmer will
lie too busy to take part In them The
farmer of Missouri ate nlmot solid fur
fre sliver. What little goldbUK ettll
ment there Is In the funning; section
of the statu Is held by the banker nnd
such pet sons n they enn manipulate or
control. Tho honest Democratic yeo
manry of the stat" Is poseed of too
much pood, sound hore ene to In
dorse the goldbtttr lde of the money
quetlon. Hy putting olt thy militaries
nnd county convention until the middle
or latter part of July the country bnnk
erst will be prevented from manipulating;
them. Of course they will attempt to
capture the delegations ft tun their
counties. Tito Krnnctslte will mnke a
desperitc effort to continl the conven
tion, but they won't succeed any better
than they did In their attempt to control
the last state convention Tho MIsoiltl
Demnetncy Is gotoi? to decline for free
The Oreat Wallace Show is the best
equipped circus in the world.
DRESS PARADE ORDERED.
I bird Itegliueiit VMM 1 urn Out 111 White
Dm li 'I rmisers mid White Hi Inlets
Nevt .Munil i Mghl.
Colonel Simonds hns ordered the Third
regiment to assemble for dres parade next
Monday night at T 30 o'clock. The men will
be arrayed In their new summer uniforms,
consisting of white helmets, regulation blue
blouses and white duck tiouer, while the
Held, stuff and line will stick lo the on
ventlonal blue, with possibly an ct option
In favor of white helmets. This will be the
llrst parade of the jenr conducted under
the new .bill regulations. The Held and
start will parade mounted and the icglment
will be formed In battalion front, double
rank, llattalion commander villi foim
their battalions mountid. After tho pa
rade I dismissed Colonel Simonds will
tnke command again and march the legi
ment over some of the leading dow ntown
streets. The pai.ulo will be formed on
Urand avenue, between Tenth and Elev
Theie vvas a meeting of otllcer nt the
armory last night, at which Captain Mc
l'herson, regimental quartermaster, tssiird
helmet to the remaining compuites. He
was Instructed In the details of the duty
of his olllce by Lieutenant Colonel dors,
promoted from .quartermaster. Colonel
5ros also completed the transfer of
books, papers nnd property belonging to
Colonel Simonds conferred with nil tho
company commanders and was utgent with
all of them to turn out their full commands
to the parade. He was met In the most
sat sfactory manner, each olllcer promising
to make It a point tn have all of his men
In line Captain Kimieuid, vvhosr com
piti) vvas recentlv organized, has Inc reasid
his command "iillklently to make a good
-bowing and will turn out with the other
Adjutant Oeneral Wlckham paid a Hying
visit to the city Mondav and conferred
with Colonels Simonds and Uio'-s on tho
mattci of a nlssue of rllle. H- Is In re
i elpt oT a commiinlcatlon from the i hief of
ordnnnie, I'nltul States army, informing
him that an i ffort Is being made lj the
war department to supply the national
guard with better weapons. The old ri
pe, which the regulars are turning In, as
they are Mipplltd with the modern Krag
Joigensen magazine gun. are Improvements
on the an lent Rutin stived out to the
KUird. They are the latest Springfield rl
tb s and are setvieeable in eveiv respeit.
The ordnance department in Washington
is under orders to eoiiituiiuli ate with the
adjutant generals of all of the stall- anil
enlist their co-opetatlon In the matter.
I'ndir the armv regulation--, in order to
tnaki the olfer available, the old weapons
must be returned and aciounted for before
the government will Issue the now ones.
Oeneral Wlckh un has (outeried with Ueti
eral .Moore and Is making an elfott to git
all regimental lommanders to prepare for
the eNchange He Is In Ing met with cordial
support in his iiforts. The ttnnsfer villi
bu accomplished earlv In the fall.
As a matter of ueful Information, It
may bo stated that whenever a cooking
receipt calls tor a baking powder tho "Itoy
al" should be used. The teeilpt villi bo
found to work better and stinr, and what
ever mado will be sweeter, lighter, Unci
flavored, mote dainty, palutablu and whole
tome. Dentils anil 1 uiior.iltt.
Thomas Mcflovvrn, ngul 21 year, dlrd
Monday night nl his home. 1719 Trai y uve
iiiii, of peiitonllK The t uncial villi be at
, o'clock this morning at St. Joseph's
ehurih, Nineteenth and Harrison streets.
Ilurlal will be in .Mount St. .Mary's ceme
.Mrs. fl. W. Curd, aged 10 vears, died yes
tetday at bet home, uy Mi (lee street. The
funeial arrangements have not )t he-n
The funeral of I'rnncls .1. Morlej, the (!-jear-old
ihlld .f Ml and Mt.s Patrick J.
MorU-y, took pi ice vi-.tfi.luy afternoon nt
3 o'clock nt the Chuiili of thu Sacn d
Heart. Ilurlal will be In -Mount St. Mary's
Diiu't null iinlll jnii are hli It before Irving
Carter ' al.tulo I.lver Pills, but get a vial at
oqlc. Vouc.iu'l take them without fccnellt
llniril of Public Works.
There was a meetlntr of the board of
public vvuiks yesterd ly at which tho
following buslm-fci vvas ttnnsacted:
Tho city engineer reported that tho
following conn acta wuie awarded Juna
17. To grade the nlley between Ter
race street and Meivler place, lrom
Twenty-ninth to Thlitleth sticit, John
Notion, 1IU; lo siade College stieet
from Fouiteervth to Sixteenth, V. Ukk
ni.in, $130; to pave JtcCJeo street from
i:iovetith to Tvvilftli utieet. liarber As
phalt I'.ivlnir Company, H.'iw; to pavo
Seventh stieet hum Walnut, to Grand
oAunut. Harber Asphalt J.'alii(; Com
Ait onllnance wag certified to macad
amize Klfunith stieet horn Vine otreet
to the eastern city IlmlU.
A resolution that tho council declare
It uecekwiry to paye Troost avenue hum
Twent -eighth to SiitnBfleld avenue,
Willi abphaltum, wn adopted.
Uidliiames fur puv lay v.nious streitb
ns lullowb weie certltkd Sixth it reet
ft m Main to Walnut and S, vuith btieet
fi un Main to Walnut wlih sand. tone
l.l'uks, l.ightli sheet fi, m Delaware to
Ciniral street, with 'abphaltum.
Ordinance to chaiiKe and lv-establlsh
the gradts of Oak atu.t from -Vinth to
Jllevinth and of Tenth stieit from
ill and avenuo to o ust street vvertj
certltltnl. TJie bo.ud ale., urtllled that
Hie new gradea n established will con
form to thu yystuiu adapted by the
loliii dinner Airmle'l.
John Coimtrk was am Med yesterday on
a vvairuut isuud from Justice Cav'
court, (barging him with teallng two
boxes of tlgurette. valu.d it H Si, horn
J. embeiifer, uf -Btt Wist KUjhth strttt.
iU wa nt ouc arraiuuid Wrmu Justice
Walto mid pleaded not tuilt. 1IU trial
waa nt for Prlday. and Tu default of $U1
b4il lu viaif cotninltud to Jail. C inner U
All old ofjunjler and UJ nnlv t-u,. a, till, r
leam-il from j ill. Avoidlnn to the Jail rec
ord he ha "Hone time" At Jell'er-on City,
and now has a brother theie act In," a
tcuttuiu fur burt'larj.
JO.VM IVU i f
All bricht in
all tempting in
3 Which shall
know the quality back of the glitter ? Only one safe way
trust to the reputation of the maker.
The best that can be said of any other wheel is that
it is "just as good as the COLUMBIA." Don't put up
with anything just as good. Let your mount be the
or a HartfoH.
POPE AVPa. CO.
General Offices and Ftetoriei, HARTFORD, Conn.
Boston, ,S'uv York, Cmicvoo,
San fHxcisco, Providence, llurrAto.
Catalogue of Columbia and llartlurd
Agency, or Is mailed for
J. F. SCHMELZER & SONS,
Agents for Columbia and Hartford BIcyclos,
Kansas City, Mo.
The Best and
STALEY & DUNLAP.
Hetliend to I'rlintn I'mnltlr. 75 dill 1'er Half (lallon. St.'J.". Per tlallnu.
Our bakery kooJv are utiurpacd, the best butter and the frosliejl eggs at used.
fat. (Jeorfjo Kuropeau Hotel over Hestaurant.
I i;i.i:i'iiom: t7:i.
MISTAKE fJFA FOOTPAD.
lie AtteinpM to Hold tip Tmi l'olli emeu
and I kiioilied S.nele b a ltlmv
Uiiiu the ,law.
John Smith Is conllmd In a cdl nt the
Centinl police Motion nn tho charge of
attempted hli;hway lobberj. lie li nlo
(.urferltiB "sevetely from n fractured jaw.
At 2 o'clock jesterday luornltur he made an
uiiuccnsl ill uttetupt to tob two police
men at rourteenth and Liberty streets.
At that time l'atiolmcii 11 II. Wrlnht and
.Milton McMillan were wnlklliK cast on
rourteenth Rttict. Thev wore lonn rubber
contH to protect them fiom the tain. Mc
Millan aKo woto a rubber cap over his
helmet. Just a the olllci rs teiclicl the
Denton chool. nt the cormr of I.lbetty ntid
l'ourtienth sticets, u man Mipped out on
the .sidewalk In ftont or tin tn. He had a
pistol In his hunt! and wore n white hand
Ken hlef as a mank. Leveling: his pistol nt
the ustonis!n.d patrolmen lie ordered them
to throw up their hands. No sooner had the
command been Klvcn than Olllcer Wright
hit him with his club across the left side
of the face anil, knocked him n useless.
He fell In a pool of water
When tlm patiolmen stooped to examine
the would-be-hlKhwnvnian a man ran out
fiom the side ol the llentou school house.
OIliCLr It. M. WilKht discovered him Just
as he was cinslmr the street and started
In pin suit. He tired two "hots nt tho llie-itn,-
man, but tile1-' did not stop him. He
Is thought lo hive been a confederate of
the captured hlKliwuv man.
A ten phono was icnt In to police head,
quartets and tho patrol vv niton lemoved
tlio unconscious and battered footpad to
the Central .station. When searched a com
plete set of Mifehlower's tools vvas found
In his pockets. Thev consisted of sK sti el
bits, three steel punches, u loin? pleco of
fuse and three .steel bolts used to support
u bit while a hole Is ljeini: bored In a sure.
When he recovered consciousness he said
that he came tecenlly Horn Des Moines,
la. He kiivo his nnnu as John Smith. He
Is nboi.t L'n veats of hkc.
Yesteiday afternoon, when asked about
the attempted highway robbeiy of the two
patiolmen. he suit. I that It wns all a
blank to him and the occuitence seemed
like a dictim. Itivond this brief declara
tion he would sav uothlnK To-day he will
be arialKiied befoie a justice of tile peace
on the dint go of attempted highway rob-
".vt'the time Smith tried to hold up the
olllcers he was baiefootcd, lu having re
moved his shots and put them In his
UMI J OK A sjl.ll.li J'AIIK.
llnlim Cemetery t'miipiny Offer to Sell
'I uentj-llie Ai ri.
The following ptoposltion was yesterday
submitted to the park board:
Kansas City. -Mo., June IS, 1S3.
Hon. A. It. Mi'P-t, l'rtsident Hoard of
l'atk Couiinlsnioueis, Kansas City, Mo.
Dear PIr: I deslie to again bring to tho
attention of tho boaid of paik commissioner-,
the eligibility of the useivtd lands
of tho Union Cemetiry Association for a
paik. Many citizens of this city have
broached this subject to me, with the re
iimst that 1 uddica. ou a note concerning
Its posslblo uttlltv for that purpose.
The location of the land Is believed to be
highly suitable lor a small park: it Is va
iled in topography, and supplied with
shade trees and eveigteens, and living
spilnga of good water mid Is accessible to
n largo pot Hon of the population of thu
While It pos(ses tho advantage of be
ing convenient of ncios to thousands of
people without even the expense of street
Jar tiansportatlon, it is on the Immediate
line of Inexpensive tinnspoitntlon Horn all
pans of the city. The land, which could be.
utilized tor a park, lies on tlm not til and
tho west sides of the plat of family lots
which must remain dedkated to use us a
ceineteiv . tlvi aites He on the north, east
of the center line of firand avenue, pro
longed outh. and twenty acres on the west
side iiontlng a quarter of a mile on booth
Main stieet, piisuiilng attractive aspects
trom thu public thoroughfares, by which
th" land Is made accessible. Tho ceme
letv association would be pleiibed to enter
Into negotiations with tho pirk comtnls
slonets lor the rule of the twenty-five acres
for a paik. and in the samo connection
discuss plans lor tho peimunent main
tenance of the platted land, large ureas
ol which arc unsold, ns an annex to tho
nark, with such nmsldetntlons In view as
would 1) necegsoiy to pieserve the rights
of kit owneiH Intact from any Intrusion or
debt oration whatevet, and perpetuate
nnd make more beautiful the resting places
whkh have been dedicated to the memory
of the loved om s whose remains have been,
and may let he. placid thuie very re
speclf ully. M. J. l'AYNH, Pi esldent,
.SIAMIAHH ll. COMPANY.
It Mill I'rert a New Pluiit la Kansan City
Cn-.ll j Improvement',
Tho tract of ground on tho Ilelt line nt
Twentieth and llanlson streets, which was
purchased by Attorney Henty Wollman on
June 10, as vvas noted exclusively in tho
Journal, Is to be uied by tho Standard OH
Company for a new pi int. Tho tract vvas
bought tiom the Yates Ico Company nnd
Is lift bv IW teit In lis illminslons. The
lompauy will break gtound for a half
dozen buildings as soon as possible, 1 hey
will coutl-A of un ollleo building, stables,
vwin lioiibet- ai,l oil tanks. The cost of all
tills will be ubjul siu.iou. Tho (impose of
the Standai I ompatij Is to bring its bun
ply within iasj leach of Its consumers. It
has an umimvc plant ut Aimourdale, but
It has bun luuud that It Is too, far ic
noved fiom 'bis city. Hesldes, the bust
iiusa of tin company has giown so largo
that a second plant is neccstarv. The new
plant will itnpliy llfty men. Mr. Wpllman
is tho ciiiiipai v's attorney at this iiolut.
An orilliiuini uuthoiUing the company to
elect liiiiMiiu-s and tanks passed both
houses of the council last night.
'I be 'I rill Will Ho Dilaj.il.
It Is not Ilk dy that any nctlon will be
taken bv J i ige Slover in the Sloan-Kesh-lear
eliiiiui iontest case ncM Satuiday
as Intende ' The question of tho juils
diction of Hie circuit couit was argued be.
foio the Kupiiinti court jesterday and the
deolblou tali n under advisement. It Is
not llkelv that a decision will be reached
1... C. ......I... n...l .. tittf. l.lrlir. Slli..ar lv
intonded t s.t die case for the October
tei in or Indi ibdtely postpone It.in tho event
that he has JuiUdlctlon, the delay In the
handing down of the decision of the su
preme court will only tend to hopelessly
delay thu hearing of the suit,
Aru utillku all other pills. No purging or
pain Act sim lallv ouibn liver ana bll. Car
ter's Little Llvir I'llU. Oae pill a dose
A Live r it Orchestra with the Great
bpovroonjs jau oj
... Bicycles gg
shinincr nickel and enamel tmT
promise of speed and pleasure.
yon choose ? How shall you
Bicycle Is free nt any Columbia
two g.ccnt stamps.
TyASTI0 DISEASKS WEAKEN WONDEfl.
fully becauso they w enUcn ou i-Ioft ly, grmlu.
ally. Do not allow tht waito of body to irniko
yen it poor. Hubby, Immature munJIcolth, strength
nnil vigor Is for you whether 5 ou bo rich or poo"'
Tho lrcnt Jtutlj nn 15 to be hatl only from tholluii
eon Medical Institute. Thla wonderful ilticorry
as made by tho pcclallsta of the old famous Hud
f on Medical Institute. It Jsthottronnctand mot
pout'rfut ltnllz-.rmade. It Nsopowtrful that It
Hfiimply wonderful how InrmlcM It Is, Vou can
get it from now here but from tho Hudson Medical
Institute. Write for circulars and testimonials.
Thh extraordinary Itejuvenator Is tho mot
wonderful discovery of tho age. It lm been en
dorsed by tho leading bc lentil! c men of Europe and
21 t'DYAX U purely egotftble.
llVDV.V.V Mops promaturcness of tho dls
charge In twenty rtoj s. Cures I.OST 3C.W
JIOOII, contip itlon, dizziness, falling sensations,
nen ous tw Itching of tho ej is and other parts.
Ptrcngthcnst liIf;orutes ami tones tho mtlro
BjPtcni. It U nschCnpna any othfr remedy.
JIUllVAX cures debility. nervousne!i.s, emls
rlons, und deelops and restores weak organs.
Tains In the back, losses by day or night stopped
quickly. Oer?,O00 private Indorpraents.
I'reraaturenrss mrnns lmpotency In tho first
etage. It Is n symptom uf semlnul w lakncs and
hurrcmufts. It can boFtopped In twenty days by
the use of lludan. Hud; an costs no more than
any other remedy.
bend for clrt ulars and testlraonlaK
TAIXTi: lir.OOJl-Jmruro blood duo ta
serious prl ate disorders carries myriads of ore
producing germs. Then conu s oro throat, pimples,
copper colon d spot, ulcers in mouth, old sores nnd
filling hair. Vou can pivo u trip to Hot springs by
writing for 'Blood Uook to tho oM ph slclans of the
iiirnsox irirniOAii institute,
MutMnn, Murk t and EtlU (.
tAX yilAixClt-LO, CAL.
Your he-ilth, your happiness nnd the
future of out -elf and jour family de
pend largely upon the purity of food
whkh Is mended to nourish the body
it either injures or benellts tho sjs
tem The purity of
DICK BROS.' Superba Boer
As a food and stimulant Is guaran
teed an I recommui IihI by prominent
chemists 'i'honc H
GLASNER & BARZEN,
10th nnd Mulberry.
fb lriinrv. Sriondarir or Tcr
JbS ttury tfjphllls ipormanontly
aa' turtdinl5 toS5Uas. Vou
can bo t rented at lionm for tho fcumu piko under euuio
eituruitt). If ou prefer to coiuo hero wo will ion
tract to pay railroad faro and hotel bills, und no
chargo.lf wufail touru. If youhaotal-en mer
enri, luOlde ihiIiiaIi, and still h-ivo tu. lies und
iialns, M neon I'alLhfi tn mouth, hr 'I' hi out.
I'lmple. i'tipiter 'ulurtl N.hiUi I'ltfiK on
uny part of thu body, IIulrorl'ulrott lulling
ciiit. It Ls this Mphlllllr ISI.UOll IMUteO.V
that wo Kiiui auten to euro. o solicit tho most.
abvtluutu .neuuud chatleiijco tlm uuild lur
n cukt m cnuiuit cur-, t-yphllls has alwa)S
hutlleil fh sUlllortliu nint vmlueiit phj!
clan. .OO.OCM capital behind our uncondittuuil
cuarnnty. Ahulu( prooU biiiitMalett on ftppll
ration, Adtlres C 0K iti:MKJV CO., UU7
liiimii 'I'iMiipl. rinr ii. 1 i.i.
u 4rv lint" " "rum.. t
r VKT rK, ij niiittiU. iADits
f'A Vr i'ruaisi tot CM-ke.Ur JuihtJt ti-J?S
4Sj35wni. iiran I fit Ut d ml OutU mtUlllSM3r
. V ?)rx.i- iJi lth Llua tibUfii 'I iiLu 7
4&s &, Inu ulht r. ittfut Jwtgerout atit(ifu V
JLA ... ... iniif.if,..rii -t III uijurt. nr Bti.l ja.
' io tinii fur t-Jilevilaf. tL.tiiuutUU o4
C rf KrlUr Tor I udh .- wcr bjrriiam
V v ri II. II III IWIIt T. -liimihltli ul IVlmf
IA1 1 a-1 Lw.H Uf umuu. i'klluJo., l'-
Sometimes needs a rellabla
luonthly regulatlni; uiediLluo,
Are tirouipt. safe and certain In result. The khuu-
iiieiur t'taibUievui'UiKaiiiJOini. fcrnt auyn here,
W, V. Zahner, druggist, cor. Grand ave.
and Uth St., Kansas City, Mo.
Vi mil elitn
tout litui u ifui u jur ijci chu(4 vithiat duji.
Lies Tf.tid sad L'l.uiiucd tree.
819 WALNUT ST. KANSAS CITY. 0,
jf v km pi h
CflSr?oiSl3fXi rrA HJMiiil
I irwti. tiin i
' jCAl lilrbf.lfr'. I ngll.b IllamonJ llrand.
vCli- irifsT7c7 T
to have clothing
made is at Nicoll
the Tailor's, and
we want to im
press on you that
the low tariff on
woolens is empha
sized in our present exhibit
of woolens nnd prices.
Suits and overcoats may now
be had, made to order, for
from $5 to $10 less than any
year during the past half
century; trousers to order
from Si to $3 less than
Place your orders with us with
tho distinct understanding
that we will do much better
for you than any tailor or
clothier in the world, or we
will refund the money.
Corner 9th and Main
" (djtcc& ST'om.h.
novtos. 3"K1Ii--v rjtNvcR.
UesMoines. IMII-Uri pirrsnv'Ra.
Washington. New York. Indianapoiis.
Kansas City. SanTrascisco. Missevpolis.
JlARTroRD. Portland, Ore. LosANaEirs.
At,!. Oril WOllIC IS M.VDH IN THIS
CITY BY Till: IJI'ST joun TAii.ons.
' i-r" .
Mr iiwMt Corner
imK .nH W.lnut Ots. ' ..'At'
..... 4 -
Olllce. Name. Profession.
400-DIt. V. A. BAP-TLITTT Dentlit
21-UK. T. J. DKATT1U Physician
401 Oil. II. A. HOGIU 1'hyslclaa
!e7 Oil. J. Bf.OCK Physician
'S Dlt. A. i; nUHCIIAIlD I'hjelclan
M-Dll. J. UltUIIU . Physician
UO-illSS JOE CAttl.t
Jnj nit. G O COFFIN Physician
3 Dlt. G. V. DAVIS Physician
3M DH. MAHTHA C. DIUUI.E Physician
:0J-A FitAZEK CapltalNt
soi un. it. p. onni:Nt.ni: Dentist
Svu DK. J. T. HAMILTON
Eje, I'ar, Nosi, Etc.
!M nil J. r IIAItOMAN Dentist
311 J HIMAN Merchant Tailor
it-DIt i: It L.EWIS . ... Physician
LOVE'S DRUG SIOKE First floor
WVV-DIl G W. I.ll.EIE . . .. Phvslelan
SC'S Dlt. NANNIE STEPHENS Phvslelan
310-1)11. AVIS E. SMITH . .. Phvsicla-tm-l)U
EEIZA MITCHELL . Phjslclan
410 MIDLAND ENGRAVING CO. ...
tOT MH. AND MItS. CLAUENCE L.
PAIITEK Mustc Teachers
210-DIt W. WHITTAKEIt . .1'hjslclaa
THE JOUItNAL COMPANY'S OF
FICES TO KENT Omces In this building to re
llnble tenants at low rates. Service llrst
class In every respect
Oldest and Original.
10 West Ninth St .K.-insas City.Ho.
Leading and Successful Specialist la Ulool
Nervous an I u'rltuiv Diseases.
Mlltvoili Jilllill.ll-V, with its many
glooinv svinntoni'i cured
I.iitl' V 1 I.M.I I V permanently restored.
h Pllll.ls cured foi lite without mercury
lltlNAIil Iisi;.m; ,urea quickly and
WIIL.N ALL OTIII'Ils IWU. consult Ur It
J. v, blttler atid reielve the tandld opinion of a
phjalchin of expi rlence sltlll and linearity. No
pionilxH in-iln that cannot he fultllleO.
.VILIIKMM.-, lurnlstied at small cost, and
sent anywhere scaloct Treattneut .M.VLIt
i:.m" f. 11. 11.
I'ltlli: consultation and urinary analysis.
OITinii1. "' health anil einergmicles, sealeJ.
"olflJ for 11 ii-uts ktaiuiM. lllanlis I'rcs.
Call or addrvss In coutldencn.
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
10 Weil Mntli ht K..V S Jl 1 V, M(,
Getthe Best Paint
. . Can lluy.
Mu. vi llVl'lt.
Evi'ry Kitlloii miM
silhjeit lo tlieiulial
Curried in block liy
Jno. M. Surface,
Itlth 11111I (irniid ave.
Sewall & Hughes
I'ulut und Glims Co,, X. II. Cor. Ittliiuid .VI ill-
XillS OU. THAT LCnmOATES MOST IU
bl'iLL JlAMJPAC'l'UltUU UY
VACUUM OIL GO.
But to buy tt-and you wUlgtMUalU
original p.cUsgea go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
200 second-hand tents for sale cheap, all
dies, almost new, also large round tents,
to feet. M feet, CO feet, 70 feet and 100 feet
diameter, oblong tents, 80x0, 30x50, 55x00,
40xC0. C0x99, 70x100 ud U0xl59 JteU Wrlm
f! r RAirijin 10 Wiit Third SU
U, iJ, ilrilVrjIl, Kaunas city. Mo.
CALES, now and 2d hand,
of all kinds; Letter 1'reises, Trucks,
etc liUKULiN A: JsKl.l.liCK CO.,
'IU GG0 UVi Mulbcrcy it.
8 &( rV
? (Y i
s r-rrB' - r-
l "- W.S1: " 1 "s.
L& - - D- fN.-
A GUARANTEED REMEDY FOR
Married, Sinrio, Old and hm Men
Absolutely rclorc nnd rIvo urn' life nnd vigor to men who have ncn'ous
troubles caused rotn excess, use of tobacco or other stimulants. Men who
lire troubled with ii'ii'if'ty imss'onx, etc. Men who have made youthful
error. Men who are broken down, caused from orcrcm'oii, and tiro now
i ii ll t to marry, dives nrtu life, vigor, cnagu and tunis iouth and 7ia;)l
7irs. A nriflrn tiKtinnffC triven with each full treatment (which is six
bo.es) to (I'KoIttfifjf and rxTtcftml'i euro or money refunded. Price, Si box;
full treatment of six boM-s, with ifuarantec, $.. l'ropared by t)r. Uo Lap,
the famous riench physician of Taris., Krauce. For salo only by
1107 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo.
MAIL OltDnilS promptly filled.
It Is a wclPUnown fact
that in Organic Stricture
there Is a crimpy deposit
a Hiiro-plastic material
in nnd on the mucus laem-
nrano of thu water pas-
. f .. .... . ,1. II i..mllnlln
nrL-.inl7cs nnd bccnniLS
ifvl "' n0W wl,at 's matter "tlth me but WHO can euro tnt." K
hard. firm and tough. i-iuslng a thickening Impossible: howcver.ltisafiict.
mid puckering of tho memh-ino. This .aytrcatmcntlsot such a naturo that It
hclng tho case, how can the tutting or ruiv acts di-ectly upon tho atrlcturo nnd any ills
turini; of a strlciuro euro UT It cannot, cased tissue, without atfecttng t he souttjmem
Tho ucposlt is Mill there. Irar.e, pradually dlssolvini? tho plastio do-
The inReniilt of tho surgeon has been pottt and rcmovdntt all adventitious tissue,
thoroughly taxed to llnd an cilectivo method which comes away In a sawdust-liUoIorm or
lor tho euro of stricture heor sot opera- bhxeds, or in strips from half to several
tlvo procedures havuoecndov 1st rt Kr.idu.il, lncnts in length. Sometimes tho whoto
rapid and continuous dilations, bouRles, Btncturo will mmo away In one piece. Tho
eoutuls, caustics, cuttlnsrs, etc. Occasion- treatment Is easy to uso does not Interfere
ally these euro In exceptional cases, but as with ordinary business, docs S'.ot. cau-opalu
a rule, all nro failures How many patients and lnHammatlon. is not (.evero and tho
have had this kind of treatment suffered patlcntcauusoltathomewlthoutctposuro
untold misery and pain for months or jears, litany specimens of actual stricture can
and nt 1'ist, quit In disgust. bo seen at ciy offlce.l Hours:8a.m.to8p m.
To tucceslully treat stricture, this plastio State yourcaso undBondstainDforoircular.
DR. HENDERSON, 101
II. IV. WOOIIWAICD.
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
1206 and 120S Union Avo. (Near Union Dopot), Kansas City, Mo.
710 Wyandotte, Kan
sas City, Mo.
KAMjAS CITY, Missouri.
wk iKi jfci
WESTERN SASH HID DOOR COMPANY:
Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, Mo.
in- towx orrici:
DIltlLTOIf,: i D' v ItltOKH. President.
Foreign Drafts Issued on
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
K A -F? TD-W" A T? "FT! I
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood
uvmiucmi wwiu-ii tt.u uu i
XimSimLPmtWmtaMt tocura or money ref urnlgu. WrltBu.i;,Biue,ii.al .
Cg-SSViS''g?JS . lioot. ealed plain wruiiper.wlth tetilionlal. i?i
a &- -aa- tS!- - tinaDdal reference. No tUunr iur enuit i, .. L
Ilooa. ntwan of linltallon,'. Knld hT oar ilirertiiieil nmi, m vUiw, KKUVK iirtii'i, W
Usoolo Tempi, ChlcuKo. boW lu Kansas City. Mo., by II. C. Arnold. Druil, Oth i Mala Eli ''
Try the Journal, 45c per month.
on wash-day nnd ever) day. Jilakca her
work nnlaltcf of love itiptcad orunidg-
cry. Try it. Sold everywhere.
Made only by
The N. K. Falrbank
deposit mutt ho removed, and as 1 can do
this. Hay claim to inferiority over all other
lean permanently cure any casaofuncom
plicated orpinlo stricture without rcsorttiiff
lothousoof ktdfc caustics, bougies, o mda
n- .in nn.nflim .if fl,i trlml ,. in. ..... ...... .
unileritjtu'.lnir how this lsilono.it nlll seem
W. 9th St., Kansas City, JWo,
J. C. 1IOKTOX.
FAXON & CO.,
n n 'n ini'iui
i a ruixibiiut
. PL-, H eoiiuluu euro
lUEBUa Lltvs. An.vone
1'IIK IXI'IUtlirrY AMI Mlllt.
i tho oldest aud only
In thn I ia , l.",L .j
'!' j . -nve. .vu.voue can mauu arraut
llliMlts to be cuteil on such uisir uavmnnts ns tn suit.
himself. The iVhenell is Ilia only cure Indorsed
and adopted by the United .States government on
an Investigation, the only one that cuarantecsa
suro and permanent euro to every patient, and thu
only one thai has never Injured tho health ot a
Call or send for llteraturo.
New York Life Building.
1U P. r,y.lM'TO:'i fashler. I). A. ilCKniiiE.S.
I". H. KUMP. 1L J. HUCKE. Sj fc. htltAT.
All Parts of tho Old World.
--. -- vM-is-aa
Work, Nails, Salb3, Scales Eta,
jauuuvv aiA( ilkaS'! til MOb
P'S NEW LIFEPILLS I
ssasHaj WHITE anil YELLOW PINE,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS and BLINDS.
nea WVr.l FK
Power, llmu-clie, VVuktiuinuiw, l.o.l Vltullii.
luii dlnew cuuita tjr loulUlul ciiJr. op Jt.
i1"fi. yn'u; no opiates, lnuucrva lunUuuil
UIor.. llymall prepaid with uwritton iuV, S.JJ
)OiiaiUlill Vi. k4)4 1 w,
-v ykHt trv w