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T1TR KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1805.
The Fight Against Disease, Poisonous
Drugs and Old Fogyisn De
clared in His Favor.
Mr. . lliumrr 1tll llm Morr nf I!l nl'
ferttia ami tir-.
Mr J. lU'im. rI.i"tTwmt-fl"s'. 'trcM,
f nnii', N. .1 mv "i:iKlilfn month
mo t wi t Tlppl. with rli imitlm
1 it I could not drcs mvjulf I trlsl nil
t doctor- In Hnyonnc, hirt thv ra me
up ns hopflc. I nlno trifd nuttier
ii preparation. h,,t fmM to finil any
rrHi f At !Bt t Jw-nM of Miinyorrs Kheu
ti i"tti riiro nd bofwii uxlnff it. The
ufnt wn mnrvclou. 1 Improved at Wicc,
n 1 foiihet that lens Ulan two ottlca W
f fiu ttnt cuh me completely, I
1 no not had twins of rheumatism
(. n. ."
lunyon' IWiciitnsttiim "ire 1 piwran
t. I to cure rheumtttti tn any p of
li )ody. Artite or tmtctilar thcurnfl
ti in mred in from one to flve days. It
ii ,r Mile to cure utmrp, rhootlm? puine
in the urine, lege, id, back or bret,
nr porenese in nny psrt of the body Ih
tri.Tii one to three hour. It la iruarantew
t. promptly cure limctw, elllt nd swol
1 i joint!-, rtllt back, and nil pain In the
! i f nml lolni. Chronic rhrumattem, el
ii i -l lumbHKo or pain In the back speedily
Mutiyon' Homeopathic; Home Remedy
t miwny, of l'hllad-lphla, put P epecltlea
for pearly every dlseone, vhlch are wold
In tII druggists, mostly for 85 icnU a.
lhot who are In doubt a to the nature
of their dline should address Proreeeor
Minon, 1505 Atth street, Philadelphia,
c Mtift full symptoms of their diseone. Pro
f -"-or Munon will carefully dlnsno'tj the
i it and f?le jou the benefit of hi aJ
x e alieolutely free of all charm1. The
lv medles will be sent to any address on
receipt of retail prko
A CLOSED MANHOLE.
It Ciui.e the 11111111111 Itul.l Nine lloom
nml ItcMiiiirant Klti ln'ii t lln
Yesterday tnornlnif the wine room and
Kit lien Attached to the Midland hotel wore
Hooded ulth to feet of water, and It wan
Impossible for the restaurant to open for
riuptncjte at the usual time, for the rea
f.on that the (Ires in the ranges Ii d been
put out. The water was the 'urface sur
plus that was barked In fiom a clogged
i w r. Iniesllrration Mm made and the
t lble located, o that after a fw hours
f cexatlon busitiesi, was resumed as us
The clt olllelale. In inaklns the Investiga
tion of the trouble, ascertain! d that the
manhole of the fewer, located at the alle
of beienth street, between Walnut street
an 1 Uraml aienue, had been carelessly
eloie.i when that street was paved, many
jeirs ago, and had tluallv been closured
nnl closed bj the aggregation of scwaife
th if wahed In an J that had caused the
back water and the oertlow of the base
in nt The street Is belnor ncaln paved
ai I the concrete had attain been placed
c r the manhole. It was eldent the en
gineer on Uuti at the time the first pave.
n nt was put down was Ignorant of the
1 itlon of the in inltole, and had thus al
low 1 it to be low led It wax onlv dlH
overed bj refer mo to the orlgintl map
of the sewer dlstri' t It was at oni e opened
an I Lleund, po that hereafti r there will
be no more oert!ows from that source
The watfr did great 'lam, nijo in the
w rp room and ilo In the kitchen of the
r staurant, and for this damage it la likely
th" clt Is to be asked to p.n.
HAY IOIC Orillll: MAItlCHTS.
Kana City shippers Ar KeiduK a Itlili
II ir t
The Missouri Paciflo railroad yesterday
hmufjht to the city from points in the
i- uo of Kansas spenty-elpht cars of
il 1 hay. One shipment consisted of
' iu-ilve cars from the southeastern part
f the state, that came in on a special
"a.n Several other large shipments
r i hed the city over other roads also,
ir many others are comaier dailv
1 in hay trade promises to be some
ihim; of great value to the farmers of
tn state this jcar Many of the Eastern
h ties are short of hay and will have none
witevir for market, so that the ship
T i ts that bo to market must come from
the West and finuthwest. The contract
f r supplslns the ureat ChUatro stock
ir1s with hay for the coming year haa
t n let, so it Is cl timed, to one of the
1 .; shippers in this city, and he has
r, of men in as many ports of the
( ne makins the purchases and contracts.
r re are many hundreds of u rts ul
r d purPhai- d and tht crop is to Tie
In ' for 8hlpmnt durlnif the summer and
f il1 The railroads are bothered lure over
tn fact that the ha men are crowded
n with business that it is hard to get tho
lu,.i shipments disposed of promptly and
- are dally being snt to the bis lnter
m ii warehouse to be unloaded, so that
th can be sent out nituln.
Th ie are larse orders for hay reachlnc
v t from Buffalo and Baltimore, and
) hi shipments arc belns mado there
h week There Is a strong demand at
t ist points foi corn, and onlj u few davs
ii the Mlsiouri Pai Iflo broiiKht or
i i ars of old torn throueh tho city on
r te to naltlmore from Atchison,
Tie business helnir done has caused the
i i ase of the woikiiii; time In thu shops
' i hi romp my and at the Cypress jards
T- of the , ompin) In Kansas Clt,
K.i- thp force of -hup men has hi en m-
i i-ed tlftccn and I he time of labor ad
a lutd one hour each cla.
'I he health authorities of a number of
Ftiii-s have recently pmde exhaustive ex
(in niatlons of the LakliiK powders, with
tne uniform result of finding the Xtojul
b.pntur to all othets.
liuut.iiico ('iiiiiiiiiiIcj Sued.
T. Smith & Son, hatters at 903 Main
s i t yesterday tnter'd suit In Justice
t i" s couit aif.iinst seven insurance eom
pu h for thi loHies Incurred b them In
I sheldley bulldinR tire, March 17. The
i al imount sued lor is jl3ti''J7. After the
I the Inbiirume comp.iniis offered to set
' .r tl mjo but this was not satisfactory
t . Mr Smith. U. H Michatlls and John
m I irk were called In and appraied the
k at Jio.uoo with a loss to the sunk
.i i ilitures of Jj,191 11, On this basis Smith
c .--iin claimed the insurani e coinpanlei,
filii to make an udiuvtment, und thfy
,i k for the amount of the tlr&t appraise
inciit The insurance companies sued are
11 I nlon, of Philadelphia, H'tuitable Fire
ui I Marine, of Providence, Koial, of Jon
n rircman s of Newark; Manchester,
I inchester, Xlns Westchehter, of New
ik and Commr r ial Viilon, of London,
th 1 earing of the case is set for Monday,
A .list &
lioliiL' til I!" Hot lo-i,ijl
Ot an electric fan of us. Uate City
i:i.cirio Co., 717 Delaware et. Tel, 2115,
'l In, short (iir.
The case of Udw.ird Sluit eh mjed In
JiMi.e Cdsc's tuiirt with ulit niiinc- i,
vvoith of lumber from tin I.ojuj-U. 11 Luni
b i Compaiy wasve-t Ida), on in itlon of
vitoinei John tTUr.i I) untlnu 1 until
i i Piidaj Mi ndialv is oi Short's
i nt t jr lino an I usked fc r u i ,n,i nuan u
X I--1 r Hi it hi tniuht hiu. m j i mmty
o iur h nl .Mr SI on, , , ,t in,,.
e i nl i Ii in i i si , ii , ,hlt
V i I 'ill 1 i - i- i I l lives
a In i , i ' i, lulu M , i
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PhRFECr MAUL1,
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.,
I'liRlneer I Intlilruiii lllqhly t'onipllmented
In il vet of Iti oliitlims.
At the list m Imr of Jefferson Cotinrll
No M, A P A n ommunleiHlon, sljrned
bv prominent nnln rs of the cltv, wn
received rilahvi t th" chfre of Incom
petency made bv two paper npialnsl the
engineer at the county court bulldlncs
Accompnnjinff the omttltlWcnllon were
resolutions indorsing the Pnfrlnrer. Mr.
Ilnthloim. The lomWiunleiitifjn was ro
ceived and the resolution ndopted by the
council. They weie as follows;
Kansas r uv. Mo July IS, II.
To the ritlKers an i Members of Jefferson
t'ouniil No. , A. P. A.i Ramus. City,
fiends- Two of the (tally pspers ef the
city, the Kansas iu Times And the Kan
sas rity WorWi have taken ocraslon to
ceninro Mr J. A I.lnthlrum, chief en
gineer of the county court bulldltirt. for the
manner in nhlch ho ha been hnndllns the
steam plant at (he county court house
niakins the statement that the boilers arc
condemned and one of the dynamos ruined.
iipcesitatlnir ft cot to the ounty of W"'
for ripiiit. caused by lhi incompetency or
hcftlei t nf the chief engineer, Mr t,intlil
iwti. which Is Absolutely false, nnd Is not
bai ked up by nn ntithnritv whatever. The
fict is that when Mr Mnthbum look
chawe of the plant there was a leak In
the nendfrs over the Inillers vthli h cmlld
not bo retmlred Mr Idtithlcum had plnns
drawn Tor new headers, in which the cltj
boiler instiet tor. Mr. Hrphnur. I). I
r'relghlon nnd Frank Nichols cohcurred
with him ns beln the best and cheapest
plan for dolhR the notk Cits boiler In
spector, Mr Itrenaur, Inspected the boilers
nod declared them In jtood condition, but
would not Issue a certificate until the
headers Were put In eftfe condition. The
dvnamos tire In first-class order and the
plant gt nemllv Is in better condition than
when Mr t.lnthlciitn took ehnrsv of it. In
Mew or these facts and Ih Justice to Mr.
I.lnthlcum we present tho following resolution-
Hpolved, That we, the members of Jpf
ferson ("oiineil No !1 endorse J. A t.inthl
( urn, whom we icnsider a thorough, com
pi tent man, to 1111 the position he holds
and recommend bis work ns chief en
giheer at the county court house.
ttesolved. That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to Presiding; JudRe John U
Stone and a copy of said resolution be
pivtn the Kana City Journal for pub
Walter Humphrey, chief entrlneer Urtna
venture hotel, a. S MelMURhlln, vice pres
ident council No. 119, A P A . !' II. 1'ar
rar, chief engineer New York I,lfe build
ing. F. M Harrison, attonuy at law, S37
Sheldley btllldinff, J. S. Monroe chief i n
Blheer American tlank building, 17 W.
nastcr, asltnnt engineer American
Hahk bulldlnti: J C. Manrel,
master mechanic Hnd chief en
gineer Midland hotel; D F Ward, ma
chinist Metropolitan Street Ilnilwav Com
p.inj , P M Knopp, thief eiiBlneer Twelfth
street power house; 11 A. l'elbert, 'master
mechanic Metropolitan Street Hallway
f'ompanv ; CJ. F. inter, New York Life
butldlnft: C A Swan, proprietor llonti
venture hotel W. J. MoKlttrlck, chief en
ginepr city hall.
Vnanlmouslv adopted by Jefferson coun
cil No 01, Julv is 1ST,
J W TIOWMAV, President.
WAITEU HVMPimUY, Seirenrj.
WAT.I.ACi: lM.i:.I)s M)T OIMI.TV.
Ho Is vlld In It ive Dure l'luyed the imp
(oililil on a Hi ittuirint.
Hobert Wallace who was arrested Thurs.
day night by Detectives O Hare and Nich
ols for obtaining board under fal-e pre
tenses. Avas arraigned befote Justice Wlth
row yesterday. He pleaded not Rtillty and
was committed to Jail to await trial to
duv As stated In jesttrdnv'rf Journal,
Wallace engaged board at the house of M
J. Spfllman, 411 Wet Fourteenth street,
reptescntlng himself to be worth consider
able money After obtaining Jli worth of
board ho was suspected as a fraud, be
cause he could not pav street cai fare
while rldlnsr with Mr. Hpellmin's daughter,
Laura. She Informed lur pari nt ol Wal
lace's strained financial condition, nnd aft
er consulting- with the police .Mr. Spellman
decided to have Wallace arrested Wallace
was recently released from tin count) Jill,
after serving a sentence of thlitv davs for
the same otfene. On June 7 lit appeared
at the restaurant of A, F Simile, at
Twelfth an 1 Ouk stieets, where lie repte
sented himself to be a police detective,
seeking a place to boiud He said his beat
was on Twelfth street between Wvnndotto
and Holmes, and he wanted a handv place
to take his meals, Mrs Spade thought
him entirely too regular fot an oillccr and
made liuiuliy ng-ardlngr him at police head
quarters. The result was tint Wallace
was arrested for obtaining boird under
false pretenses and after a bilef trial sen-t-nr
ed to thlrtj das in Jail by Justice
Hint's AUAI.N Altltl.SI 111).
Charged With 'nlnilling n runner Out of
',,0011 in a Lund Ileal.
J. T. Kbbs was arrested again vesterdav
on a warrant IsMifd before Justice Hbert,
charslng him Avith svvlrdllng A Ii Wug
goner, of Kansas, out of $2.00 on a fraud,
ulent land deal He was analgned and
pleaded not gulltv In default of $1,0)1)
bail he was committed to the county Jail
Mr. Waggoner, the complilnlng witness
clulms that on November s lut Ebbs came
to him In Uouglua countv, Ka , and pro
dii'lng deeds to 100 acres of iholce farm
land, prevailed on him to buv it a cost of
JJ.UOO. When lie went to look at the land
he found he bad been dupid and immedi
ately set about to llnd the Mvindlir He
was unfortunate In this r spei t and hnd
about glvm up heating from his money
when he chained to see the account in
the papers of Ebbs1 ixplotts with Mr.
Klrkbrlde and his Mibsiiunt am jt, with
i-everal confederatus Hi came .it once
to Kansas Cty and after locating Hbbs
and making sure that hi would not i-cek
safety In flight, appcand before Justice
Ubert and swore out the warrant which
landed Mr Hbbs In the counts Jail al a
late hour vesterduj evening It is
understood that Hbbs will give bail to
day Justice Ebert set the time for hear.
Ing tho evidence in tho cube Fiiu.iy.
Tho sale of the Itojal Baking Powdor Is
larger than that of all other cream of tar
tur baking powdeih combined and It has
more friends among housekeepers than
any other similar article
QUr.snoN or mmiilitv.
Suit Drought Against Slumber of Defunct
Suit was Instituted yesterday In Justice
Case's court by State Superintendent of
Insurance J. II. Waddell, of Bt Louis,
nralnst A. K. Sweed, Charles Muupen, L,
II. Austin and J. P. New house, for H13.C0
It Is charged that the defendants axe, as
members of the Insolvent Udd Fellows'
Mutual Insurance Association and I 'lilted
Matonlo liineilt Aso iution.liable for their
pro rata o the liabilities of the defunct
organisations. The foimer was orjmnUed
in lSt and the latter In U7i They were
declared Insolvent after being In operation
several years, at whi'h time the state In
surant e Inspector assumed harge of the
effects of the organisations, The eases will
be tried August S.
For Sale Fine double harness for car
riage, will sell cheap If taken ui once
Telephone ;0j, or address JWu Fast
'i in; wi;.viiii.ii.
Tho olllcla! forecast for to-day Is- Mis
souri, shuvMif,, with stationary tuinpera
tuic, Kansas, fail weather and wanner In
the western poitlon The liiulu't und low
est tempeiufure recorded here vcsti-idm
was W and HI dees There was I S7 inches
ralufull The record at other plucen wua as
New Oilcans ., ,..,.i
Galveston , .,.,, ,,,,,.,
Chic igo ,,,,,
t Paul mm', II"
bpiingfii Id ,.,..,,.,,,,
Coin or fi ....,.,,,,,,,,,,
IioU. City .,,
Invi r , ,,,,
hi l.ir.iis ,
I nil red via Dimili Walter.
Jack Hurley was arrested yesicrday on a
wstruiit I-hiicd Horn Justice Walls' eouit
;i?,tLBlnit 1,1"' ,wllh "tw'JnK from John
llurk. a bilcionknpr at Independence un I
J,idla uveini,. Hurley lriii guilty on
rrifJIimciit nml was lined utnl eost
or muiie tun, Hurlej bus be. n sltwia-iir m
a. bowling ,iie uu(Jsrne.ttli Mr HurVs m
loon, tbe two beliifct connect, d bi a dumb
waiter He ua thouvht to be thorouuhlv
Jiouekt. but on Tliuikduy iiight, one of Mr
Jluiks sons hearinit; a noise- in the saloon
ent downstairs mid delccied Hurley, to
h duliii. pill, riijrf ih couieiiti. of a. mon
ej drawili N'utliTnK ' subi ibrj it Up
jnutui unit i-tiidd) wh n ih- alleti d
thief w is arr .-t. 1 iluibv m i., j the
duini ci arr u u rn-ans of v' an u from
the bmvuiii,' alley i.1jc tul.ou.
TAKING CARE OF THE DIMES,
tOlNTV COfltT MIM. itr.THr.Ncn IN
I.MIUY Posalltl.i; DIItlXllON.
Arconntnnt nell sur Thst Tito Deputies
Lull He Judiciously Dropped I rom
the itriorder's Oftlce ill !ee
ond lteport I'llrcl.
County Accountant Pnell, tvho hns
1 en lnvestlrjntlnB; county olllcrs at the
re ntipt of tho county court vtlth a view
cf dptermlnlnpr whether or not tho clor
I il force could bo cut tlow n, suliniltted
nnither reivrt e3terdny to tho county
urt ns to lilj Undines in the recorder
f deeds' oillco. The report states thnt
f ur deputies nrc tniptojoil In the te
i.irder's olllpt? nt Kntisns City nt a sal
ary of $100 per month and one deputy
at ft salary of H25 per month. There
nro nlso bine clerks employed nt sal.i
rles of 75 per month. At tho Independ
ence oineo he llnds that two deputies
are eiTvloed, one nt a salary of $112 50
per month, while the other receives $100.
There Is clilv one cnp 1st nt the Inde
liemlnncp oilloc on a snlmy of $75 pr
inntith. As a basis for his estimate Mr
Smll snvs he took nolo of the fact thnt
C25 deeds were llled durlniT tho month!
of Apt II. Mm nnd June. At tho Inde
ppndi nee ollico the number of deeds:
HUM wits (02, or nn. nvrrnRe of nine
per dav. Hoth olllce-- avpi.tRed up four
(lords to be placed on record for e tch
deputy clprk nnd copvlst, besides mrtr
rlaee IIcpiisps, releases nnd other mis
cellaneous wm It At a result of his In
v estimation he believes that one deputy
nt Kansas City nml one nt Indepetid
puce can bo dispensed with without In
juring1 tho public service.
The county comt ostpril.av received
a complaint front lload Inspector S
NeresMty to the effect thnt H. H Tres
trnll, contt actor for tho Hlue Sprinps
road, mm not complvlntr with his con
tract The road Inspector nlso reported
that the toad contractor pnld no atten
tion whatever to the road inspector nnd
continued the hauling of Inferior m.aond
nm. After questlnnlmr the road Inspect
or at length, Presiding Judge Stone
made a motion to the effect thai the
contractor be Instructed to renin o nil
objectlonnblo rock from oft tho road Im
mediately ns Indicated by the road in
spector. The court will make a por
snnnl Investigation of the matter
The court set several saloon eases for
heating; The O'Henrne -application was
set for Tuesday net. Michael Hyan's
application for ti snloon license was
given n date for Mondv next. Tho court i
devoted considerable time to tho hearing; i
of testimony In the contested saloon
application of .T. K Cmtrell, now lo
cated nt the corner of Illprhtcpnth nnd
Indiana H I Yoager, In behalf of the
school bonid, was a signer to tho re
monstrance. After n pirtlnl heating; of
tho cao Cortreli wlthdiew- his applica
tion. Invpntiirj VVltliiiilt I'lgnrc.
William Weston, receiver of the I'nlon
Riilwny Company, has filed an ln
entoiv of the nssots of the compans In
Judge Henry's division of the circuit court
The large Items Included are a double line
of track on Missouri, Lvdla nnd Highland
avenues, nnd Oak. Third nnd Fourth
streets, the power house and a large qunn
titv of old rails and Iron No i.iluatlon was
placed on the property in the report. The
lowpr house has been Fold and tho tracks
still remain In th- streets.
! suits 1 lied.
It'll. John Trotter vs, Hmma. Ti. Trot
".1322 Lottie T. Euston vs. Joseph II
Jl-i23 William II Adair vs. Mary Adair,
;r,.'l In the matter of the application of
the People's IJenevolent Order for a pro
Judge Scarrltt and Judge Plover will hold
court in their respective divisions of the
circuit Court to-daj .
Probate Judge Clulnotto j esturdav ap
pointed M M Womacks, of Illue Spring5,
Mo , guardian of the property of John T
Kile a Jackson county farmer, who was
sent to the insane asjlum a short time ago.
The application of the People's Ilenevo
lcnt Order for a, pro forma decree of in
corporation was filed in tho circuit clerk's
olllc c esterday Charles J. Stein Is preM
dent. M. Herman Illchter secretary, and
Peter J. Monngh in attorney.
ltobert Cilllham, ns receiver of the North
east Ulectilc ralltoad. will. In pursuance
to an order mule by Judge Henrj" jebter
dny, pay W. C Scanltt Jl'iO, receiving In
lieu thereof adeel to an acre of real estate
on St James avenue Judge Henrv nIo
ordered llecelver Gillham to accept W0
from Nathan Scarrltt for four lots in Mel
Tlie report of County Accountant Pnell
In reference to his exanun itlon of the u
corder of deeds' olllee, Mibmlltid jpster
da, recommends that one dppul be dis
missed In the city otllei unci one In Inde
pendence The olllc, now has live deputies
in this city ond two In Independence, not
Including the ten clerks empIocd by the
recorder. The olllei Is now about one
month behind In Its work.
Three suits for divorce were filed In the
olllee of the clerk of the circuit court es.
tt nlay. John 'lmttir alleges that his wile
Is living: a fust life In Denver, and conse
quently he desire the matrimonial knot
untied Lottie II Huston bays that her
husband abused her and finally left her.
and Is now living In Leavenworth, Kas ,
and as he will not support her she wants
a divorce William II, Adair, a restaurant
keepei, alleges Improper conduct on the
fiurt of bis wife, Mary, who Is now living
n Coffey county, Kas , and asks to be dl-
The Ttoj.al Halving Powder Company con
trols Its own ileum of tartar factory and
the process for making tho only absolutely
pure cream of turtar.
I In Kt 1'lciile flriiiiiuls
In the ontlre West Plenty of pure water.
Hulldlngs tor dancing or shelter Magnifi
cent glove of large trees Oloilous e it put
of splendid grass Herd of live buffalo .mil
deer. Tho Ideal spot Nothing like it any.
where. Only one hour's ride from Kansas
City Low late No charge for use of
grounds Hlsmnrck grove Is the beautiful,
cool spot mentioned Call at Union Pa
cific ticket ottiee, li Main stieet, cqrntr
Tenth, for full particulars Telephone HOti.
Half ll.it" tu levin Mi the .VI, K. . r. K'y.
Commencing July D, and continuing until
Jul L'5, the Katy lloute, the MIssouil.K.in
sas t Texas lailway, will sell first class
tickets to all pulntn In 'lexas on their sjs
tem at om -half the legular rate For all
Information call at ticket olllc ea, No, IM
Main at or 1014 I'nlon ave.
Lundell Fan Motors date Cltv Hlectrlc
Co . 717 Udawaie t. Tel JI15
tainted In Court Hiiiiiu
In poll' e utirt 5ei-tenla foienoon Mar
Martin of llitt Wet Ninth strret, fainted
when ilrud $" by Judge Jones tor keeping
a dloi t'll houe. hhe- w as ivirrkd into
the poll i t- hi ef nn's room, where she was
nviv I b lir Hsdc Poll Mutron M iry
I,,-, I--.IKH i i tun r,e of the wouwn and h. r
nn w I "i" r nui ted on her promise to
l.ac i 111,3 ell)
lP i !
JVt You ar interested In iretttng good values ahviis, jou want gnod veaitug
i ( 'ir, jou want right shapes, too. Wrtef r ir Souvenir of Tashlons,
ljl fin bv null. After that "e jour Outfitter, an 1 1 v these giurjirtvd good--ie
CLUETT, COON & CO., Milkers. Puctorics. Troy, N.V.
A BIT OF GOOD ADVICE
You've often heard II ,ild that "Nothing
succeeds like sucies, nnl a great many
people believe It Hut there Is another say
ing Just ns trite, but more Irtie, and It Is
this, '"That nothing so demoralizes ns de
moralization Itself , ' an t this enforces
what we want to sayi that when one's
liver Is demoralized, sluggish or diseased,
then the whole body Is out of gear sick
all over nnd everything goes wrong, noth.
Ing goes right. And one may be sure no
succes will follow efforts In nhy direction.
There Is lnok of energy nnd perevernncc
of effort, nlthough the purpose to do may
b ever so determined. This condition of
body nnd mind Is often nltrlbuted to mala
ria In the s.vstom, but the truth Is that tho
liver Is torpid nnd the whole stem Is
sluggish. At such times many people take
uulnliie, which Is strongly tonic, hut tho
enuse still remains and continues Its mis
chief. Hut when .ou take a liver remedy
like Simmons Liver Hegulator, "Tho King
of Liver Medicines," vott not only mike
the liver active and remove the cause of
depression and sickness, but tone up and
strengthen the whole svstem. Tr It once
nnd note the elTeet The great mass of
people would be much bettor off If they
would tnkc nn occasional doe of Simmons
Liver Iligulator th in nil the tonics put to
gether, It m the best lire insuran e pol
I y one could Invest in. Jt Is rellnble and
the b ntflts nrc great. Just real a few
lines below this bin I: rut nnd nlmt
S-iod things are sail bv some who luvo
tried Simmons Liver llceulator
Itellef for He iiliirhe. "I have never ro
grmted using Simmons Llvor Hegulator In my
family My wife suffered continually with
Headache, and Just two packages relieved tho
lieidache. besides giving tono and vigor to the
vruole system " M 11. Uolloud Mount Vernon,
I.lfo saved. Simmons Liver fiegulator has
prolonged my life. 1 suffered greatly with
lllllousuess and liver complaints, out am now
rellevid 1 keop tho mrdlcinoon hand, and It
avej me many a doctor bill A. W S, Mazo,
nulckist Ilelb f ' I have leen troubled
with Toruld Liver and Constipation, and noth
lngthil lever trlml gales relief so quick as
Simmons Liver Ifugulator ' It. It strange,
Lake City, Fla.
'I lie ll st I.lver Unlli Ine "Simmons Liver
Itegulator has bceu uied in mj family over
thirty ycirs, and I Know It lo bo tho best liver
medicine " It. fa Hearne, Georgetown, Ivy.
Cure fr Dvspcpsl i. 'Simmons Liver Keg
nlitor gives tho best results, and satisfaction.
It basno nitial as a cure for Dyspepsia." 'the
Outay Drug Co , Ouray, CoL
eyi. VI. Kl I'AllCMIKja
ttie Jted , --tn in i on the wrapper,
II. y.Dll.lN A to, Philadelphia, Pa.
ARE YOU GOING
To tako advantage of the low rates via the
Burlington Route to St Louis and return,
June S) to Jul C. Louisville, Ky , Septem
ber 8 to 10; Baltimore, July o to 1C, Bos
ton, July 5 to S and August 19 to 21; also
various seashore resorts. Including all the
Hasten) and Northern cummer resorts of
the United Slates.
Denver Culorado Springs nnd Pueblo,
July 4 to S California, Alaska and Yellow
For the two occasions nt Boston the
Burlington Houte will sell tickets through
points us far south as Kentucky nnd Vir
ginia and ns far north as Canada and Ver
mont, and via all the Intermediate gate
wajs to suit our patrons Address
II. C OUR. Kansas City.
If In Ninrrli tif a e s, Mh itlnn,
Tr the c ffi nt of a mud bath at Las Vegas
Hot Sprliihs, .New Mexico. Other forms
of b.atns in iv be had there, all especially
beneficial in rheumatic troubles and dis
eases of the blood The cool drj tonie
nlr of this tesort is Just the thing tor tired
nerves, ur I there is nothing so restful as
New M' ii o iunsh!nc, tspeeiallj when
suppleini in d by such tlno service .is is
given at th. Hotel Monte.:uma reupened
June 20 This famous inn cannot be ex
celled am where in the Southwest
Round tup excursion tlcki ts on rale to
Las Vegas Hot Springs trom principal
points. Reached only over the Santa Fe
Route I'm Illustrated pamphlet and a
copy of ' L ind ot Sunshine alims Goorcu
W Hageiibuch. P. Ac T. A , Kansas City,
I'bnrin iti iitiiul Aksoi I itlnn nt Ilenvir.
"I tak ibasure In Infoiming vuu that
the I'ni m I'ai lfio railway. Hum Kans is
City to Ii liver, is the route vm ln,v. se
lected fir thcise attending the nu img of
the Am. lii in Pharmaceutical liaw ia
tlon at I), nv.r, August 11 to 21 I'd
Uesii ttully, CHARLFs M IciUD
"Chalrm in Committee on '1 ranspurta-
The above explains Itself Like every
other orginlzation and Indlvilunl, the
good druggists wanted tho biM theme
their si lection of tho Fnion Paelfie, the
shortest Hnd best line to Dinur Onl
Pullman I' ilaee Mining Car Line und
onl line running Two Tialtis imiv from
Kansas City to Denver Vcij low rat-s
for this niietlng City ticket otlb e luuO
Main street. Telephone 1100.
'In ( hltngo by I) n Unlit.
The SANTA FH I'OFTH hns put on a
fast daylight train, leaving Kansas City at
7 .10 a m dally, und ui riving in Chb ago
that same evening. It makes the run In
about fifteen houis, making tin stme time
Op the fast night trains Free chairs. Pull,
man blocpets. Vestibule thioiihhout Din
ing cars seivo dinner and supper and
guests only pay for wli.it Is oiducd For
pabungurs preferring to leave Kansas City
In the evening, tin S NTA FH offers
choice of two last ttalns.
For particulars tall at SANT V FIJ
ROl'TH ticket otllces, nottheiisi orncr of
'lenth and Mtiln streets and ift t i ton ave.
nue. UKORlii; W. HAOI.S'HI-CII,
Pand T A,
Colli t tor sinirl.
A warrant wns Issued jester lay in Jus
tie i Walls' couit, ihaiglng i, v Hiirden,
lulleitur ten the National Iliiicvobnt So-
my, of Kansas Cliy, with embcllng
JH in lliirelin lives nt li.ij llrnadway but
was not ict home when Deputy Cunstublo
M. KmiH callel to an est bim Atttr
se.in bin,- f.r Ilurdiii ror two days, the
i oust bl ilecldul that tu ha 1 lelt town
em I jcm r i i ilcUvernl the warrant to
li.te Uv Hildwln fur un utlon Chief of
poll e limn u a alienor In the soilety.
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are Guaranteed Goods
ami rajy fie luul of all lulling
1 H'M i r. su till 'fiafiti at
fflf "7sL - -'-i'-ics sy3l
r . i -'i r 'Mr i
Try it. Sold by nil
N. K. Falrbank
lot West 9II1 Street, Kansas City, Mo.
The fltct Itrlnble Doctor. Oldest In Age, Longest Located. A Iter-ffM
llnuluuto in JIudlclnc. Over !i7 Years Special l'ractlce.
Aiiihnrljed hi- tho State to treat CHH0IC. NERVOUS ini SPECIAL DISEASES. Curet
rntaraiiteed or money refunded. All medicines furalhed ready for use. ro oeten
tlim from huslncss. Patients nt n iltstnne 0 treated by moll sad express. Medicines
slntcTcryiThero.frcoIrotnna?eorbreakiigc. Charges leiir. Over atu 3 cases cureu- abo anci
cipcrlonco nro Important, fatatov our case nnd send for terras. Consultation is free and coufl
ilentlal, either personally or by letter. .. ...i,v
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, M&fiS
. .t ..i .it,ut.k.HnnkH4nA fiuVtrtd nf litnnH in lipnH. rinln 111 liJcCU. Con
ruscdldtasandforfrclfulness,balifulncss, aversion to nocictv. loss of sexual power, loss of
..iT.i i 7.,,.ifnrin 'iiMimtnn nl rilirht losses, rcstnro lost sexual power, restore nerr
tnannooiL a:c., cureci tor inc. i caanuip uu iiisunvas, iwiuiuiun,Ptu.r... .,
nnd brain nower. cnlariro and strengthen w caU parts and inaku j ou tit for marrlanc,
cr, caiargo unci mrcugiueu n tan j
c t- I ! that terrlhln disease. Ill all It S
OyP'll forms and staccs cured for
life. Illood rotsonlng. Skin licenses. Ulcers
Bnelllngs, Rorcs, Onnon-lioca nnd Oleet, and all
lormsof Prlvato Diseases posltlrcly cured or
money refunded. . .
Rnnlf for both peies. fO paces, 27 pictures,
tUUtV true to life. Vfilh lull elcscriptlon of
abovo diseases, tho effects nnd cure, sent seal
ed In plain r rappcrTor 6e. la stamps. Read this
nine oooi; ana answer uac oi nucsuuua.
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l-ree Museum oi Anatomy thousands ot curiosities. Tho I a a. m.u sp.m.
lifodlke models and irax figures doeply impress tho mind', a uchool ot in-1 Sundays 10 t 13.
itructlon a sermon -without wordi ' ,,., -
M R iMauitEOOtKotlttd In tht ian. wMc I mill forfitt for ctov dlt$atu that I cannot -
MISSnilRI NATIONAL BANK
IfllUUUUIll New York Life Building.
D V. IliFOHt, Preslelent.
IlEMir U K.t)MiF,Vlce l'ros't-
Foroiarn Drafts Issued on
B. Y. IIOODWAHU.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND OLASS.
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Near Union Depot). Kansas City, Mo.
Deatherage - Lumber - Company,
LATH, SHINGLES. SflStt, DOORS AND BLINDS
WHITEMYELLOW PINE.. I
Wentworth Military Academy.
Oldest Military School in Missouri.
CATAT.OGUnS bKNT ON 1(QLJ:,T. Address
SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A., Supt. , Lexington, Mo.
CS rT T A TVA Tv CS aVEILI ?K,Y
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LIZABETH : AULL
A t're.brtprlan HOME SCHOOL 'or Yoiiiik Ladles.
J'aculty all hpeclallsts. .lecant localltr Modem ni
i polmmcT.l-c .MiihIc, Art, l.leieutlnn, 1'lij si. til Cult.
nro. Jejth year opens sspt. 5 I'or Illustrated Cata
Rov. T. P. Walton, Dox 926, LoxInRton, Mo.
V LKTTnRS, AlUSIC, ART. ELOCUTION
r and PHYSICAL CULTURE.
o,,u.:, address ARCHIBALD
I'd It CATA I
HAVE YOU A
Will caro for Ills morals ami manner, while ptovlillufj tlio best physical and
mental culture', .Send for catalogue to
AYALTEU M. .JAY, A.M., Head Master.
llai I're.lo tfrlun Colleufi, tit Initupcnileiii n.
A select home ncliool lor Girls and Young
Ladles, Number of lioirdcrs liinlteel to
tliiro Located In: a. beautiful and tiealtli
ful town. i:iictric ralln.i), Mlth ti.ilna
inerj 15 inlnutfb, for K inuua l.'lty, tliua
KlviiiK all till) nilinnuiKis of a laiitc city
wlthoiit correspondlni; cost. All modern
conveniences, illoieu teachers anel olll
ctrs, J.itc-nit), .Mualo nnd Art Depart
ments Uiueiu.ites e-nt'.r Vaan.ir and other
IcailniK collcirea without examinations,
I'or Catalottue. ailiirn-,
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ticalth, tborousU uieutal tialulnK.reilued mauu9ra
ad tliij bent general culture. C'atuloi;uea acul.
A Boy's Boartliog School. ?B?SiS;K .'SdlSS
Rev, IIAIU kv K. COLtM .n, A. M . lleud Master.
UnNTIPlTI I t "Pew tho
; Lit tie
will fjo farther In dottiR the family wash
ing or doing the housework than a quan
Grocers. Made only by
Company. - St. LoulsT
vfeipriirev porninacmiy ccircci ricuuu
Oil ILLUI ty caustic, cuttlns, bougies or
founds. No pain, no exposure 1'atlcnt can
use the treatment at home. ...
SURE CUIti:.. Tho greatest discovery In th
annals ot medicine. Ono dose gives reliefs
few doses remove fever and pain In Joints;
euro in a few days, bend statement of caso.
witn stamp lorcncuur.
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V. II. KllMI'. IL J. HUCKi; S &. bEBAT.
All Parts of the Old World.
J. C. 1IOHTOX.
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IV. III. CI. s, .Siipprliitciident, afnenn. Bio.
A, JONES, Pres't. Lexington, Mo.
ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL,
ON IlltO.VN'S I.AICP, Ilurllngton, Wis (73
miles from CUIcubo, VU, Cent. U. R, and C. U .
&. bt. I'aul It It). droveij, Caltaeea,
Itow boats, bteam llarxei. Water Tobog.
cans. Dancing IlalL I.adloa' ind (jontlenien'j
llowllni; Alley and llllllard Itocims All modern
ImpiOMimenu i:iectilc lights In room and
crounds. Drcheitra Steam llareei to llathlnu
t.rouiiili. u illy, 1'ineii lUiblUK Q round a In
Slate, l'lua liliery, Tlno UrlVKJ. Ueferencei
N. HUNCHMAN, JU. Manager.
Tent & Awning Co.,
of AwuliiKa, 'tents, Flacs,
raullim, liny Stack unci JUu
t hlno Imi r., heiid fur prices.
JOU We.t Llifhtb lit
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1888L
THE HOST PERFECT OF PENS.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
l vS5i X6PsP" iaTRRM
Over 200 Tcoth Eitrndtcil Dally. NO
PAIN OR DANG nil. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Kit 1'orfectlj. Decayed
anil achlnjr tcctb, If worth it, filled and
725 MAIN STREET
ALTMAN. KAULOACHA CO.. Prop. I
Fao Simile of the Genuine.
The Purest and the Best.
t-f , , i-. hi S J if
Tlie Smith Premier 1
Is the Typewriter of proKress. Its motto,
"Improvement the order of the aec Is
no empty aporinp of words. Tho newest
machine ezempllllei the rli?ht to Its use.
What the new Smith Premier can't do
can't be done on t typewriter. We ve
piifholi of testimonials and a boolc de
scriptive of all tho Rood points thit we
Bend for the asKlnir. Price no higher,
terms no stlffer, than other mnchlne men
make. Better set the best vhlla you'ro
pettlnB and the best Is tho Smith
M. S. EYLAR, Mgr.,
lia West Oth Street.
W. B Cr-BKi:, Pres. J, W. Bibnit. Sec.
A,A.10MUKion,V.Pre9.C.lt ltocKWttx, Treu,
O KANSAS GIY, MO.
HSW TORIC LITS SUILDIXO.
Accounts, suliject to check at
sight, received from individuals,
firms and corporations on the
most favorable terms.
Legal depository for Court and
Acta as Executor, Guardian,
Administrator and Receiver,
also as Registrar and Transfer
Agent for Stocks and Bonds.
Tamous for Its health elvlns waters. An
Ideal rummer re&ort. Cool breezes from
the pine covered mountains, Beautiful
scenery. Fine hotels. Write to Ucorsu M.
Walker, proprietor "The llansloni," and
the "Manitou House" for rate: und other
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK,
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
ZOO econd-hand tents for sale cheap; all
sizes, almost newj aUo largo round tents.
40 feet, CO feet, W feet, 70 feet und 100 feet
diameter: oblon tents, SOxl'), 30x50, 33x50.
40x1,0, 60x90, 70x100 and 100x150 feet. Wrltu
fl T HATRR 0 West Third St..
V. 0. iltllUl, Kuususuty, 31a.
TAKE A BATH!
Tlie" who aCIiau hit u Towel, tach
are uuii(lrcil by
SILVER TOWEL & K, 0, TOWEL Oil,
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A, C. FULKERSON, Prop.
VHB Oil, THAT I.DBKICA.TKS HOST U
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