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TTTK KANSAS CITY 'JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895.
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inner le itl. I . I 1 f v irn . Mil lti"
life that nr Ian n h. I i n of
tntwe wh" hi to .uli ..- l;ii it ;
K tfttna e'h- r r h or r.ir- -l" " ,"",r
rail thev ui' I r 'nr.l flip 1I i f with v In n
aid laurels r. m.mc.1. Th- ik; !'
ni lo-da tik i hl mltiirc iii n mntfr .f
cpuNv. while hi pntitnr dtp hl iiri.n
The oid collcim t i.l nt w irked hard for
hid culture, nnd lorn d his sport In at
Itlcli bov In th old ilnvn never amount
ed to much, hut the tawr I...1. 55-.0?
Who went through ureal ileal. the
OBM who how eland um.n the p
pronperlty with tufe ndafj fwt. 7?''JT
hmI are hlBh in the lahdi whjn
they receive th intln-fnced imitation
or Tlonor to attend the commencements
Of their beloved alma mat. r I h.-y go 'more
to airan tah- of the nhi .lav than to fall
In Fine Villi the Kllk and ehen of the new.
Thomas tt tleed mile(i trver his colWe
llfp as ohe smiles over the Ijtjbvhood nt a
weak child precarious once hut nil right
"I ' started tn to 1o roll"Kf with a atout
heart and about ll in remlv mon.-. The
dollar would keep the heart atom until a
few leaaonx anil another dollar had even
tuated," he tell with that iw, laay,
drawlMK apeech of his. "1 ",'t,"f';,1,i" K1''
through the llrt two years at lkmdoln by
doing odd Jobs here ami there, and not
eatlntf uny more than the student nllow
anee, advNed hy Horace "a Mt iif some-
imnir nnu inen-v vi ji'-mi ... . .. .
me lime 10 i"arn fiipunii iu u- "- "
coaeh other bos, or t might hae oaineJ
:i ." , . ,.
ginv ana inen-v ui ji.-ih t,... , ......,
e time to h'arn (tioiiKh to t nule to
"Toward tny Junior I noticed that my
ehear 'Jl-O-W-D-U-I .V. rah. rah. rah" wu
Browlnjt faint, and 1 sal.!. 'Tom. you ate
not Retting enough to eat. ion must pt
regular menl.' So I went to worl: tench;
Itltf. I taught the village f hool, ami so I
got along until the senior ear, lien I
suddenly dlatovered that I w.i going to
stand so low In my class at graduiillon that
I might not graduate nt nil t"J t ilroppwl
every other thought thnn than. of study.
I worked early and lnte. and 1 wrote a
graduating essay with tears or fearful
rlne and drops of heart blood. Jt was
upon 'The Pear of Lieath,' and I almost
dropped dead when 1 got the prize for it.
It was In the form of an oration.
"After graduation 1 Intended to become
.a minister, being fond of the sound of
my own voice, but 1 changed my plans
to that of a lawyer, and 1 'went Wwt,
jounir man:' from Maine to California
to llnd n good place to work In. Here I
taught s.-hool again, and went through
with that charming Itinerancy known as
hoarding around." I was paid $2 a month
and the privilege of the best room In the
house and company doughnuts. My ad
mission to the bar of California was
"It was In l"a, when California was
awake over the legal tehder act. and gold
was as itnportant as now. The Judge said
to me: 'Tom, I hear you want to be ab
mltted to the bar'
" 'Veil, sir," 1 said.
"Is the legul tender act contltutIon-
"Knowlng lit tendencies, I quickly re
plied, 'It K lr.'
" 'You shall be admitted, said he.
"Three years afterward 1 was a mem
ber of the Maine legislature, having con
cluded that 'Knst or West, home's the
heat," and having traveled to my own
state again, I went rapidly then from one
post to another, but I never felt that 1
was dolni: it In u raw, unprepared way;
for as a schoolboy my experience had been
varied, and thoroughly educating in the
ways of the world."
At the Miami university there are tale
told yet of the iirnnks of ('alvin Urlce, of
Ohio, who was a student within her walls
for four years, and who, though the poor
est hoy In the class, was one of the most
popular. Ills mother mortgaged her little
nlnce to send him to college and he worked
SiH way through It after the slender sum
of money gave out es, and sent money
One of the things Urlce could do was to
write essays. He loved to write and he
wrote most fluently. On a certain occa
sion the students were given a topic upon
which to write. The essay wa-- to be short
and as there w,i promotion depending
upon it. It was lo be as line as possible.
By an oversight the faculty had forgoten
to Insert the usual pledge of doing the
writing personally "and without assist
ance." That was Ilrlce's opportunity.
Flying around from room to room he
got "orders" for an essay from this lad
and that, ready to shirk when they saw a
good chance. Full of fun, us well as
money-making. Hrke got a dozen orders
lor essays upon the subject, and then, sit
ting down, he Hrr.ing.it n serUs of views
In his splendid, well-ordered mind and
wrote ench essay after a different view.
The faculty was so pleased with the suc
cess of the experiment that other "im
ptomptu" essays were given out to be
written with an hour's work and the llter
nry bOle of the college, though u little
after the Minr order, was so line that not
oven a college faculty could "kick." It
wan never known to the faculty for years
afterward because at the tlnul commence
ments the pledge of "no assistance" wan
sure to be Inserted; and the only thing
the professors realized was that the boyx
did better work when they were called
Upon suddenly to write,
ChauneeJ' Pepew's faorite college tale
- of a time that he hpent away from
!lge. -I was a student at Vale," tells
y "In my freshman year. But, some-
V, thoui'h I liked college afterwards,
as homesick nt tlrst; I wanted to go
1 i home. 'I am going to be a farmer,"
i 'd to myself, 'and f.irmeis won't have
now Virgil and Xenophon.' I got
of absence sume way or other, ami
l homo. 'Km her,' said I, bursting in
n the asufinblid household at dinner,
i have come back to you.'
" 'So I see.' said rny father.
"Father," J begun trying to think of the
eneeeh I had, nifpar.d on the cara, "I
like the free life of the air I like Mother
Earth I want to be a farmer.' Mv dear
old mother groaned as I bald this and
seamed to be ashamed to be linked with
the choice 1 was innkiiig, but 1 went on
'I have left tolkge. Father, I've come
" "Draw up your chair." said father, 'and
Jiavo kome ni. heat porridge. Of eourao
you will not care for any of this city-'
lied pastry your mother priUtg In mak
ing, nor an Southern li una. Farmers
must eat what th.y raise."
"Net mvirnlng father sent me out to
pull weeds in a Held all by myself. I
was to weed about two miles of onion
bed. straddling thu rows of oolong n I
pulled the wv,-d out. I was tired at
night, and as I lay myself down I
thought of my dormitory room and won
dared If my chum had thrown away my
Pictures. yet. Next day I carried a chain
tor marking out seed droppings and the
third day 1 picked up nones in a Held.
Abner, our hired man, fur some reason,
would not chat with me and it wm hor
ribly lonesome. That night I ald- 'Father,
I sue I'd better so Im. k to hool, und
If I hurry to .at.h the train I'll b,- there
Iiefore my leave uf absin.e Is or, and
then they'll Ut me nune lionu agala if
I want to Kut m iitxt v.i'ation I was
the hum enih i- i-,ti . Ml. u'. iioy that
0er i. hit . 1 l r I i'i.i-
Senatnr J. In S
t Us a si hot,l
Highest Honors World's Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Gr3pe Cream of Tartar I'owd.r, Free
icm Ammonia, Alum or any ether adulteran',
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
, . " - - . . . -
' .y r.f Jiitv If an I hie Vrothcr, "Campy"
i ) imh r .1 Hhc mih .
i .. v u , aw .t nl ftr. rt.r. than
I , t ,. mi i.f ttidr i .it I was
tf li tin I w ji-i a i 'T in
i.i 1 1 t lo ' .i n h. I thii-k ',Ta
ii.ii th. wiMi.rti ii I liawif. na.i nc-.i
!.. mt .? ill in, wlil. I bal to oi tint my-
li with c irnltiK vtn .lb r nil! more stu
,i. i.ia. il.ii .. Amine1 niher thing I
1. nine I steiiii:rarhA fumpv wis adopted
by Hon. Thomas IJwIlip When n was a nyi.
after father's death, but mother ald she
would keep the "inflllest of the eleven chil
dren, o she k.pt the baby, ii eitr old.
and me and a fi w of the other
"Once t'ninpv and I had the rare prlM
tege or being aoclal. d .with cm h other
In the West. We bad twlther f , IIiiMhmI
our education etillr.ly. but a little business
took ni lKith there We were In a crowd;,
room one day, when a man ruhe.l Into the
room shouting at the top of lit? voire nil l
swearing like mad. t'limpy made a sign tu
..!.. .i ,. 7.. it. I, Mum finished 1 had
"i" W-." w fo.r."iir:,.-,..:v."!1 u',1"1
arrest, i sniu, j.iri i.-.,. .. " ---
hnve ald ' ... ....
"I read hH speech to him rrotu my iioir-,
and when I Imd Iml-h..! the .nrnnJookpJ
nt us in nmnremem, iur ""w'"! ;;', " "
little prai tlced In the est then I,el mo
see tint paper,' he Plied. 1 "bowed him
mv hi el. "Oh. Clod" he shouted. "Oh, flod!
Snakes again! Snakes again" nnd out he
rilSlietl. i lie Olliein n-n,-ti, .,-., - -..
v tilled nt his agitation, bill t'nmpj and I
" . ...i.. i Vi..,ir ...ilitml nn as nrom s-
lug school lads." ,
When William M Hvarls vvn In 'S ale
col!eKe,abo..tls3T.l.eW;,sia hard st don
ami a nne epim. i" .,""' .. . i.ii
dandyl'tn. He spent more time over hH
. .... ..I.. . I. .. .H ,.ft,., Ml!... Ill flOl-
lirst Sllll Hie innii .1...' ,""",', ...in Tin
lege, and he brushed his clothe until he
,.!.. fi.i.n. mil with the strain of the con
stant going over them. A an orator, he
was noted ror nts ioiiu "i'""!'. ;""
for hi long sentence, and he used to sn
to hi chum. "If ou hear me making a
speech with a j-entence of les than llftv
word, I want you to tell me of It. All
his friend were under oath to count the
words In his sentence.
one dnv he had a line, long speech to
make a the orator of the day. and he
spent much time upon it. Finally he had
It arranged with three or four period In
Ihe whole, though grammatically perfect.
one of the newspapers ilrow n plcttxre of
... ., l....1 I, 1... ,1... si.,.,. r ,, .1 .,-
mm nnu jiriiu.'ii ii u. in. -iiu .nil .,
penlve process of the (arller das of Il
lustration When It was shown tn him
he exclaimed: "II' F.y h , 1 ay,
what do j,nu mean by making such a
picture of me""
"Whv-W'hv-whv," Mnmmercil the ar
tist, who wa expecting to win much fame
from a wealthy college for his work
"vv-w-what do you mean? Doesn't It duit
"Suit me! No!" roared young llvart
"liOok at that tile! Jim look at It! You've
put the regular n.innygont skin upon my
head, while the silk hat I wear I the lln
est In thi part of the county!"
I'ostmnrter General WIHon took his col
lege .ife In two doses, befo' de w.ih and
after It. He took It In the some place,
nntnelv, Columbian college ot the Siuth
ne.r his old home. After WIIon went
lutlt to college after the wni vvn over,
he did vely well in his studies, and sunn
gra.lunted with honor. "Now, my boy."
said Profoor Huntington, the dignified
old t ucher of latln and Oreek, "I (diall
expect you to practice the law In wliiih
5011 have Just graduated, and some day I
shall hear from jotl again, I'm sure."
"I'm sure v mi will, sir," revponde.l
William heartily, for he had his eye upon
the profesor's piettv daughter. "I'm
very sure ou will, sir."
In n few dajs young Wllon, Instcin
of golnp nvv.iy to practice law, got an
appointment to teach ,.itiu In the college
"illad to see you, my oung friend,' il.l
old Professor Huntington. "Now we meet
upon an equality, do wo not 7"
"We do,'1 responded the younff
with a secret chuckle.
In a very short time the two men met
upon hUch a verv even footing that v m ,
Wilson agreed to call the profes-sor "fath
er" in return for the hand of his pr n
daughter, which had been more than once
within slv reach during the l.it two
vears . The old claimants, advocate of
the union of the dead language, Latin an 1
Greek, have noted with much pleasure the
"iieics of It, as tried In this lnt mee.
and now six very stalwart and hai'dsnme
. h'l.lren are gathering together college
tale of their own for future telling.
The very heart blood of the old timer
se. mi'd to have been spent In their col
lege live In it effort nnd It achieve
ments' And tale of these days are a
Index!. -al of the char.i. lers of the men
a would be their own Individual diaries
New York Fress.
Our Utile Hoy '.it 'I Cone,
A sight of helj) he was our boy 'at went,
Vtidgln' aroun' with little trousers on!
But what was more than all his working
He seemed to be our sunshine, now he's
He'd go to take the cows to pasture,
An' seems I hear his tiny whistle now,
As I go out and walk nbout the barns,
or take tho team a-tleld and try to plow.
About the house he kept a sight of noise,
Singin' or trampln' at his boyish will!
It did not seem with health Jest like my
His voice could huh so quick an' bo so
But he weren't sick much more'n a week,
An' kept his little senses durln all:
An' uldn t grumble 'cause he had to leave.
Hut lay there Mill like llst'nln' for a call.
That evenln' that I never will forget,
He lay beside the winder an" looked out,
I'd sorter hoped 'ut God would spare htm
An' give us back his noisy step an" shout.
But sudden like he gazed Intent ahead,
While crooned tho katydid Jest out the
An' "Angela, jnammyl 'Sea 'em, pap?"
An' then was still an' never said no
Now. sometimes standln' by the mcader
Waltln' the cows, all lonesome an' for
lorn, Tho heavens twinklln with tho cur'ous
The breezes whisp'rln' 'mongst tho rust
I w-tifch tho rustle was of angels' wings,
The stars the guldln' lamps of beruphs.
To waft us after all our sorrowings
Where we'n our boy'll be again at home
tvisi; ami oi iii;i;vim:.
UU.yr'' I'lawrl8ht-"Have you read my
Manager-" Yes; l read l( In ihe original
about ten years ago."
Jewish Times and Observer "Which do
ou love the most, your papa or your
mamma?" ' ' '
Utile I'harlle "I love papa most."
I'harlle'a lnotberr"Vhy, Charlie, I am
mi prised 4t you, I thought you loved ma
harlle --1 can't help It, mamma; we
mm have to hold tOf other."
l'u. k- l' noliglst "Our priMjna and our
r nl iitiarii are a, disgrace to ilvilWtlnn
ii. mv. ts are abused, umuiwl for and
I .. I t. 1 Cub joij suggeet a remedy?"
fi i' uthioutai vm; let Vm kep out of
eu h iilai . h n
li..iiny Gazette: First beggar "Hello'
1 km up anything uu our rounds these
nl beirar"A!ii't nothln' doln' nt
in I bad lo draw twenty out of the bank
b lo ur pull me through."
' Vw York World: Illiler Rorrv "Where
li. wages of sin Is death there will b
no striking for an increase."
Jobljt-T'Cvrulnly nvt; the demand
th'r will b fur shortur houis
Juice wife (iii Indignant surprise)
"r- j.jii Irunk. Josepht'
Jo,. ph-"illii ) If I uln't (hlo If the best
limlai on of one I ever experienced."
Tha young man had sn the play be-f.ir.-
He K t everybody for four seats
iround know that, and he k&pt telling Just
li w f n t.j It would ha whtn It did come
11 i . I a pretty girl with him. and he was
ii i. , it, amuse ner. at icngiD lie said
"i j i ...r try listening to a plai
10 a plai I
I fast- tdtj
'. ' eouv( luu te no
1 j'tr t rm- "
A mumi-ayed mm with a red
Kansas CUv, Mo '''iV H 189X
Thermometer i;r(cnfrri( .Ifttr.t 7 2,' ttln-i W.
To-tlav tte loohfor ihe u-calher to he fair and xcarmer.
A Marvelous Success !
The First Day's Sales in
The Unloading' Corner
Were stupendous- far beyond our expectations. You, tho public, Trorc
ittick to realize and appreciate the exceptional bargains which wereolTcred.
The thousands that were here demonstrated this fact.
You remember the quantities are large, very largo; that's why for to
day we can say
12V Printed Percales, mill lengths, -1 Uoo Hemstitched Ulrd's -Hyo Tow els, -er
for 5tH Mx4G &'
Ttjc Htue Cheviots for lsC' -
15c Cotton Ores flood for
C'jc ltleached Cotton, mill length,
10c Shlrllng. mill length, for.....
ltemnnnl ot from ISe to BOc Sat
ecu, orgundles, Wash StufTs,
etc., for (per jard)
Ke Hleached Turkish Towels
60c Bleached Turkish Towels
S!c Bleached Turkish Towels
Jt Bleached Turkish Towels
Mo Taney Turkish Towel
10c raney Turkish Towels ,
Me Fancy Turkth Towels
Jjc Fancy Turklh Scarfs
S"c Turkish Hath Mat
i;,e Hemmed I.lnen Huck Towels,
23c and 3.".c Hemstitched Huck
IlC luetttlcrUa V ULl.lNt.MOOnt.
It's a saver
jut In front He twisted himself about In
hi- iuit and glared at the voung man
oung man ' raid he, "did ou ever try
llteiiing to 11 play with your mouth i-hul '' '
The ..Hence that followed was almost
painful Washington I'ut
Xew York Weekly Mr. Astorbllt "I
wish a genuine imported cigar"
Bo.v "Vor sorroy, sir, but the boss la ,
Mr. Astorbllt "I don't want the boss, I 1
want an Imported cigar. Haven't you
jioy xes. sir, we ve got iwo.uut inej iu
in tho safe."
Clreat editor "And did you write this es
say all by yourself?"
Literary aspirant "Yes; it is all my own
Great editor "Well, then, Charles Lamb,
I am very much pleased to meet you."
Hatter "But, my dear sir, that hat I
so largo that It slips down over your
Smlthers "Oh, that's all right It will
fit me by Sunday. I have three brldecroom
dinners on before then." New York World.
She "Do you still treasure my photo
graph?" The colonel "Do I? I've had It set In my
pocket Uask." Life.
Oh, the new drinks appear nt this time ot
Not to mention tho Julep that follows;
One swallow does not make a summer, we
But a summer makes several swallows.
"Do you Intend to marry again?" snld
Mr. Illverslde, ot New York, to Mr. do
Cree, ot Chicago.
"Of course," replied Mr. de Cree. "There
are two ceiemonies still unpunclied In the
commutation marriage ticket I bought of
llcv. Mr. Thirdly." Judge.
Puck: Widow Nolan (hotl) "Thot wor
a foine setlln" of eggs je sould me! The
half of thlm wor cracked!"
Mr. Hennessy "Ye should have watched
thlm; dthey wor from my game hlns. and
must have got to folBhtln when e worn't
Hill "How do you manage to win every
llorg "A friend who knows all about it
tells me which horses to buy."
Hill "And j on do Just us ho tells you"
Berg "Nojust the opposite "New York
"Mow did It happen," said the smart
young turkey to the sedate old gobbler,
"that you ggt through the winter without
occuioIiib the plai e of honor at some fash
ionable dinner table?"
. "Bei,Use." responded the gobbler, with a
far-away look In his voice, "because no
body aj.ed me." Hockhmd Tribune
Pud;: First otllce hoy (after waiting two
hours for a hilt) "I wish theso 1IM1 would
hull) up an' bite; 1'vo got a letter tu de
liver In a hurry."
Second olllce boy "Say, look lieio,
Hmlthy. If souse don't stop woniln' over
.-r business altalis, an' bill." so uttentlve,
souse'll git nervous prostration."
Washington Star: "Hlnuery Clay," said
Mr Dolau, "worn great 111011."
lie wor that same," replied Mrs. Dolan, .
"He win- that great a moil." her has
band went on, "that he had a cigar named
"Tlirue for ye?, Only 'twor no cigar.
-j wor a puipe.
Indianapolis Journal: You are nothing
but a bag of wind." sneered the circus tent.
Thu bulloon In Its indignation, swelled
"At least," u retorted, "I am self-sup.
Behange. "And who are you?" asked
St peler of a lung, thin man with agitated
"1 am u Populist editor," was tho mel
ancholy 1 espouse
"Then you'd better go back to Kansas,"
said St. Peter, sadly. "You'll never ba
satlslled an where else."
The Boyul Baking Powder, us every cook
knows. Is always to bo relied upon It Is
-ji ot the greatest aids she has. Many u
cook's reputation has been made by thu
delicious things, she has been able to makv
Zo D.tmnk Towel.
SCilTc Knotted rrlnge Hamnk Tow- tnr.
""J els, 1S10 '"
.1-.C'l5c Knotted Prlnge Damask Tow- tn
, el, 1C35 ,uv
l-iCllSc Knotted Prlnge Damask Tow- mf.
' el, i;.85.. ,Utr
- ' 12V 1'lnln Fringe Blrd's-llje Tow- ,nc
5C el. 10x3.' ,UV
I lTe Plain Fringe Huck Towels, 10t tnr
25c r-S ,u-
S l-3e Loom Fringe Huck Towel, ,-.
3SC llt26 5C
23c Hlectrlc Kllk Towel (made ot 1 cr
wale silk) "O1"
Sic Plain Frlngtf Huck Towel, 22k j-c
40.- All I.lnen Damak, 51 Itu-hea mC
wide, red border.... lyw
4r,e nc-lnch t'nlon Damask 25C
12!20 IS-lnch Brown Ilussla Crash "a'
12'-c l-lnch Brown Twill I.lnen, !,-.
Bed Bordcrevl Crash ".T
10c Plain Bleached lC-Inch Crash ."l'
6'sc Bed Bordered Bleached Plain j-r
16-Inch Linen Crash 3V'
r.c Brown Cotton Twill l-lnch
DV Fancy Cotton Checked Crash.,
Skirts Show 3?
wliitencss and proper gloss and
a proof that her laundress uses
T7ie perfect cold wafer starch.
of time, work and money. If
doesn't keep it, perhaps he has
famous Oswego "Pure" or
Gloss" Starch, or write us tor a
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
osvi:oo, N. Y.
vihxg)'' - - -VSiV-aii
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Is simply neiderful how harmless It is. You can
get it from in where but from thu Hudson Medical
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This ovtrai rdlnary Itcjuv eimtor Is tho most
wondeitiil d roveryof the age. It has been en
dorsed by Uu Itadlug scientific men of Europe and
II I'llY.tV Is purely vegetable.
JllUHAi; stops prenwlurcneas of t'uc dis
charge la twenty days, Curis LOST MAX
JIOIMI, romtlpatlon, dizziness, falling; seitHatlons,
nerv oils lv It. hlng of the eye s and other parts.
htrcngthens, Invlgori.tcs and tones tha tntlra
systiin. It Is as cheap as any other remedy.
Jt I'll VAX cures ilt Willy, ncrvousnciH, cmls
fions, and d vclops and restores weak organ.
Piilnsln tho nock, losses by day or nlht stopped
quickly. Ovi r ;,0tO private Indorbcments,
l'retuatiirenesi means Impotency In th first
stage. It lsasmptomof seminal weakness and
barrenness. It can be stopped In twenty da) shy
the use ed Hud) an. lludyau costs uu more than
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