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TTTF, KANSAS CITY iOURNAL. THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1895.
AN AGREEMENT REACHED,
lUAN-SIIiVOI III I'A'-M'.MlllIt ASMIl'IA
iion mi.i, in: iti.onu.M.i;i.
Will II Mr .1nrlilU tlon tUrr All Ir.iflln lie
twipn the Mloml Hlt r unit t'oliv
rnilo I'niiiiiiim l'nlnt Uurtli.
Chlmi;.!. July 2i-ltopliPtittlvo of the
1rBtwMlivirl lln vvrn In wloti to
Any, tryln to arrows th reonrnnlMtlon
of A twutnenwr oi-intloii All the line
Intoi-Mited WW? rcprwentiet.
Then? mm oim aiKouloti n to whether
thi ancoclittien ohoiit t h n norltloti
bv Itself, or a jmrt of one eenernl wt'
t'ott, whirh vvoiiM cover the entire ttrrl
torr from Chlcnito t" the Pacific ocmii.
Thn former plan tlftally adopted, Ana
chairman Caldwelt and General raen
Rof Attetits J'rnncla, of the llurlitiRton &
Missouri Jtlver, and Wlslmrt, of the 9t.
luia Snn K'ranoldeo, were appoints! a
. nmtnlttee to draw a form of agreement.
which i to be triui led to the general
llefore the committee retired, however.
It nan decided that the association shall
have Jurisdiction over all traltlc nrlirtniit.
1n)t In the territory between the Missouri
river and Colorado common point. Jt will
not concern itaelf with Imsiness west of
the Colorado points, ftah business may
le Included Inter on, but It was agreed
that the line interested III that territory
should settle their difference before the
.kHMoclatlon would attempt to time any
thing to any concerning L'tah traltlc.
CltlC.MJO tlj III TI'.U.O ItV 111, 1. 11 1 111 till V
An AtpriiKii mimI nf l,i( MIIm l'er llntir
The preliminary step toward the build
ing of an electric lino lor the ttnnsmlsplon
if passengers, nuill .tnd express fiotn fill
niKO to HutTnlo aic now on foot, and It Is
thu Intention to continue the line to New
York, sajg the ChUairo Chroiili Ie The
tun to liultalo Is to be made Jn four hours,
and to N'i'rt' York In from cluht to ten
hours, with ery few stoiw en route.
These figures sound romantic to the lay
man, but the most eminent ilectrlcal en
Klnetra In the country have pronounced
them perfectly feasible. In ti recent lepori
to the General L'lertric Comp.ipnj. Walter
f. Knight, chief engineer of the t.illrond
department of the corporation, says Unit
long-distance eltctrlc motois can be built
thai will ln.ike the run from Chicago to
HutTnlo nt to uniform rate of 150 miles an
hour, with pcrfeet safety. It Is only a
question or safety factor In the constiuc
tlon of cats nnd vheils and the lnlng of
The dispatches say that necotlntlnns are
also on foot for an electric line from Clil-
ibo to 1'lttsburg, utliiK some of the lines
In cities and towns en tome as connecting
nuns, une 01 me primt lai torn in me an
nihilation of dlstnuci Is to have n few
Ktops as possible. This fact, they sa, will
prohibit the patching toKetliei of existing
lines In smitllct cllli'J and subuihj, w litre
high speed would lie Impossible
Assistant Chief Manager Iinllev, of ie
(letifrnl Klicttlc Compin, admitted jes
terdny that the matter of equipping a
through electric line Horn Chicago 10 Huf
f.ilo was leeching .serious consideration
"It Is no longer n theorj," m.iIiI .Mr
llallev, "that Mich n road can be built and
operated with safety. U'e hae h.id practl
e tl dcmonsttatlons that It cm be done,
and I epict to see trains make the e utile
run from hero to New York In dnv light be.
fore manv jeiirs. The Riltlmorc & Ohio
company has given the matter ,i pinctlcal
test nt their terminal In Hnltlinore, where
one of our heavy ekct ileal motors is now
able to pull tent-nlno loadsl freight cars
through a grndi d tunnel Jt fonucily took
two steam engines to do the same work
Theie Is also n prnetlcal dtmonsti.itlon by
the New Yolk, New Haven .t llaitford
Itallway Compaii, which Is now operating
Its Xantasket branch with electric motors,
nnd will soon extend them over other por
tions of the line It Is solelj a question of
mfety fnctora In lalls, tlange wheels and
i arh The speed that can be attained Is
practlcnllj unlimited but for ptai ileal pur
poen the average speed will be ftom elBlity
to 150 miles an hour."
I'rom another source It was learned the
(apltallst.s who are llguiing on the Ilutfalo
line will endeavor to utilize the existing
lo.idbcd of one of the pieent trunk lines
In other words, the proportion will he
made to conseit one of the steam loads
into an oleitrlc road, devoted whollv to the
tianspoitatlon of pnstcngers at an nd
xnnced rate, high-class express matter and
the malls No bid will be made for ordi
nary friight business. It is believed that
the revenue fiom increased speed would
make the eleitric load a financial success,
independent of freight business, and that It
would monopolize high-class pussenger
tialllc until competing lines are built In
the inn from Chicago to Buffalo there
would not be more than two stops. During
the last seven jetus, or since electrical
rallro-idlng began its great strides, the
quality of steel rails has been revolution
ized. A long-dlstnmo road would probably
be equipped with 150 pound rnils, which is
now the standard of the highest giadu
t leetrlcal equipment,
Miuriiintx rAcinu i)i:ri:,vii:i).
ltefrlgrratur t'omp tales Cuutriil Callfnriilu
I'riiit liiiiui ntt.
There was a time when tho Southern Ia
lllo company could control all the Pacific
oast traltlc nnd make as high rates aa It
pleased, regardless of the feelings of the
shippers and merchants, saya the Chicago
Tribune. Tho sltuatloti.ljowever, has com
pletely changed during the last ear or
i wo, and on more than one occasion have
tho shippers and merchants succeeded in
convliKing the Southern I'aeltlc monopoly
that they have rights which must ho re--pected.
Hates have been lowered and eon-
.-salons made to shippers by the Southern
I'aeltlc company during the last year or
two which formerlv it would have been
impossible to obtain. A late attempt of
the company to secure contiol of all the
fruit business from Cullfornia to the Hast
1 .is just been neatly f rust rati d by the com
bined offorts of the fruit nun. Tor several
v eeks tho Southern Pnclllc company has
t .'en encaged in an interesting war with
the refrigerator eonipnnbs engaged in tho
shipment of California green fiuitB to the
I Saltern markets. This light has proven to
he the most unsuccessful (onlllct ever en
gaged In by the Southern I'uelllc. The fruit
t-eaaon Is not far ndvnived, but the South
' rn Pacific company has b.'f n compelled
to already acknowledge Its defeat.
Before the fruit season opnd the South
ern Paclllc company determined to drive
home of the refrigerator companies out of
business, rive big companies have been
making money and paying big dividends
by shipping California fruit to Eastern
markets for the last several years, and tho
Southern Paiillc otllcnls saw no reason
why those profit should not be dlverte'd
to the coffers of the Southern Pacific com
pany. They laid elaborate plana to gut
ontrol of the busln.s Arenta went to
ihe large fruit growers all over the Mate
eif California nnd asked ihelr support tor
the now, fast, ventilited fruit ear service,
which they propotei to inaugurate. The
company promised the growers a service
of live dajfc between Sa. ramenio and Chi
cago throughout the tieen fruit season,
and recei-ed enough encouragement to
warrant it In c.irrlng out its plans It
i alrulnted thin fist time and the saving
of refrigerator barge would Induce all
fr'ilt growers to patronizo Its berviie.
All Order of ilc.
Topcka, Kafc luly 21 -i. Spec la! ) United
State t'r 'ill Julge V Ilium-, ha- llled .in
ordi r in th' otti e f m I ik ut Topeka
wnich authiirlzr ih i i nf th. Kiu-
tds Cintral ri r It II , I if the old
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteran',
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
ptrrow gauge equipment Of the ron 1
roniilnt of mrlne ctira, etc The p"
mii nr to he turned over to the N
orh ! tiritv in l Trust t'ompnnv, wm
aket for the old. r of sate.
a itittiuiMt tv i itiiim.r.
He. l'iirfhic u Number f l.tiou
llnnlc I nun a I'ulill'lii r.
At least one Kana ritv ticket brnk r
interested in the whereabouts of ,i n ft
who ri'ulstered nt the Cnrttes a f" !n
ntm under the mme of J I! tJrnhim
Mr. araham, representing htmelf n- t
publisher of "American Hallway Iliii'- i '
el," Chicago and Iloston, mahfled ' -cure
eight I, two mile booka from the 1 n 'ii
Pacific, lt mm the Hurllngton M -rourt
river ahd three from the Km-i-Clty,
Pittsburg ft Half rallroftd, all ma b
out In personol nntn, and lauel on ,u
conht of adverilsing. tl" sold all th
tukets to the broker mentioned and sonn nf
them are still on hl hands and nr- t n
dered uees by the fact that the Mllrni u
have published them as valueless b i i
not tranefi ruble. Th rnllnmd men .ill -that
the know liothln of such a publl i
tlon as "American Hallnav Illustrnt' 1 '
and the tbket broker is Irving to get ita K
of Oraham, who la expected to give an n -count
of himself The broker In question
baa about MOO worth of the useless t It K t
on hl hands.
nt rnvurid bv Western !toml,
New York, ,tuly SI. Conferences prelimi
nary to the meeting of the committee ap
pointed by the Trunk Ijlne Association to
cohslder plana for maintaining fnight
rntea were had nt the Oriental hotel, Man
hattan bench, to-day. Tho conferctn s
were nil conducted with the utmost si -reey.
It la undemtood that It la proposi d
to form a combination of nit Ihe rates of
all the rail ami lake lines under an lron
i lad agreement, to be bound b an ngr. e
ment. The plan contemplates the dlsniti
tlnunnre of alt PTlslllig ngreemenls, the
merging of tho Tratlle Association, the
discontinuance of soliciting agents and th
-stabllshmt nt of n clearing house for the
handling of waybill", tickets, e'e ; th
abolition of all rast freight Hnca na surii,
but permitting their continuance aa nam s
of routes, nnd the appointment of ndvls iry
committees to act with the governing
bcMid of three
The roads which it is propoed to bring
under the workings of this plan are those
not allied with the Tratlle Associations
and the hope is to make freight business
Erolltable on long hauls, where there has
een more or less loss.
The plan finds more favor with Eastern
than with Western railroad men.
The arrual meeting of the directors of
the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Trut
Companj was held yesterdav at the ei-n-pany's
olllce.s, Seventh and Wandnttc
streets, considerable routine business was
done, but nothing of public Interest " -i
urted In the meeting save that there wn
one change In the directory. Charles n
Halrd, of Philadelphia, one of the heavi
est stockholders, being substituted for C
Leslie O'ltenr, eminent commander of
the Knights Templar for the state of Mis.
sourl, has (.elected the Chicago x- Alton
as the olllcial line for the Missouri deli -gates
on their trip to the trlennlil con
clave in Hoston and th it road will run i
special train out of Kansas city August
The Kanas City delegation has made In !
pendent airangenn nts nnd will leave here
on a speelil over the Itock Islund.
BIG DAY AT FAIR-MOUNT PARK.
Knights uf I'ntber Mnlhcw ll.ivi n Picnic
and Attend ii I'erfnriii me n of
"A You I Ike It."
The Knights of rather Mathew and
their friends, tome -.rj") strong, had a pi. -nlc
nt I'nirmount park jesterday. in the
evening they danced at the pavilion and
attended "Ab Y'ou Like It," the perform
ance of this populnr play drawing an nu
diefoTe of nearly 1,500 Almost all the m
ployes of the -Uoggett Dry Goods Com
pany were In attendance, the firm having
generously ptescnted each with a reserve I
The crowd at the park both afternoon
ami evening, including that at the thenter,
was estimated close to a.W)
In the afternoon al.o Professor Squirev
made a hUccessful balloon ascension, pui
oehute leap and distribution of prizes. In
the evening there was a pretty lllumini
tlon on the lake with colored llres for the
benefit of the directors of the M. K ,t T.
Trust Company, who lire in session hen
Saturda) nfternoon there will be a mat
inee of "As You I. Ike It," and Imme.li.itelv
afterwards a balloon ascension and m-p-arate
parachute leaps b Mile. Corinm
and her two dogs'. "Flossie" and
Sunday Professor Squires will positively
make his trip to the clouds on a donUev
und in the evening there be a fine lllumlr
atlon on the lake, f.iw pounds of red, blu
and green powder having been purclni-ed
for the ocea-ion The Third Regime nt
band will alno give free concerts.
A bund com ert will also be a feature on
the lake at Pairinount to-night.
S1II3 IS AN" AUIsrOUKA'l.
Si Pajs r.irlinl, t ln Conducts the Circus
of 'litihiifl Hogs and liuikejs.
She Is a gentle spoken and rather come
ly woman that Carlinl. Thousands- of p o
ple have seen her mnnuge her dog and
monkey circus at Troost park,
"How did you come to enter this busi
ness?" Inquired u reporter of her last
evening. Tho big monkey, Jack, who
wheeU the little monkey in a harrow along
a wire, was crouching in her lap, waiting
to be undressed
"Always," replied Carlinl with a smile.
"You know there are two sorts of us.
Those whose people have alwav'b been in
the business and who are born to it. Then
there are those who pick it up. There
Is the aristocracy and the outsider. Well,
I am an aristocrat "
Jack dutifully pulled his arms out of hla
im ket and removed his trousers when the
buttons vveie loosened in his costume.
Then be folded it up and put it away.
"I have had Jack fifteen years." gnld
Carlinl, "and he Is 16 jears old. He haa
been before the public all his life and ia
a very bwc-ct old IlIIow. Say good night,
Jack came forward and kissed his mis
tress with his ugly little face wrinkled up
Into what Curllni said was an expression
of affection. Then he composed himself
for the night.
Cailiul went on with feeding her dogs.
She gave them u sort of thick mess like
moistened bread. They ure pretty animals
Sandy, who does a Serpentine dunce;
Itntdv, who balances qn a revolving bull,
and the big Russian wolfhounds.
"Yes. Carlinl i my real name," said
madame. "I am Ungllsh, but I have trav
eled all over the world In France. Ger
many, Ilussla, Sweden and even in Al
giers. I have a very nice time and love
Tho following deaths were reported to
the board of health esterduy:
Ilenson, Ada. 63 vears, 3W7 Grove utreet,
July 'i. 1 ancer of the stomach, burial In
Forest Hill cemetery.
Haas. Uelia, 43 eam; 1013 Rast llight
eenth street, July 5'-'; hydroihorax; buil.il
in Woodlawn cemetery
AYuldion, Thomas, 33 years; S339 K.int
Nineteenth street: July 23; tiphold fcvci,
burial in Union itimtfij
Ii-4g!e, Plossle. 8 months; High,h an I
Walnut streeu, July 3S, marasmus, buiul
in I'nion cemetery
Wells, Susan; 78 years; 1520 Virginia ave-
miu, July 'S; parubais; burial
liQiiwii., uuuit, uu jni, lavs t ritirat
stieei, July 'ii. tuberciilosU; burial in
Mount St Mar) cemetep.
Tin following births were reported to
tl.. 1 11 j of health yesterday:
1 , liii Julius and Marie; uoy; city hoi
I t il July U
Hjw rs, Krank aud Viola; girl: Cu) tow.
ell Jul 21
s it -.in Juhn and Agnes; girl; 1512 Host
1 . nib 11. . t. July 28.
1) .vv...u Tj.h.1. RA ..aku. iu r-,....- ,
1 v i.,n. Uu, l.uluo and Anna Maria; girl,
11, 'ilil.d iVellUe, July 21
1 , .11 1 Aiitutuo and Vingenita; Iwy; 115
1 ih.ukI .iviiuii, July 'ii.
hiuu-1 111ed and .Mimue; uoy; sat Jlar
r - n sir- it July 2S.
Marriairo l.lci nt Utud.
I Th folliwlnif couples were estsrday 11-
1 t - 1 ii wetj:
N me Age
Milium Wilsun, St. Joseph, Mo ai
tarn Mu idon, ltwieuce, Kas . ... 23
J ihn Ifullis, Kansas Cltv, Mo 2b
Alb rtini Harding, Kansas Cit, Mo 23
Albert II Pillows. Carbondale, p,i ... ..'5
Sophia I.ute-, J'lutta Cltj, Mo Jl
The following building ! rmlts were is
su. 1 bv ire -iiperiiitin'tint of buildings
C S haf-r"1 r sldcie , 2118 Porc-t
avmu' , U.K. .
Mltcllan;l-I '" -g, asorcEatinf IW,
We are making it a ceaseless round of anima
tion and enthusiasm by evolving winsome things
that have the ring of attractiveness and econ
omy. A crowd is sweeping through the store
every day, and the click, click of the bundle
carriers tells of brisk trading that only unusual
merit could win.
M'lio orentest lotailinc in our
iiiisiiiPSH liistorv hasn't come by
I dilutee, and tt isn't ehanco that
keeps it at full title in tins hiiii
summer season. Clean, fresh
.tnnlvx iiiiouml licro. ami always an
assortment complete enough to fill
I Kvtra tempting prices havohecti
put on a few lots, himply because
wc think tins tuo uest lime 10
! close them.
Look and you'll buy. You
can't help it.
Were S2 -is nnd cheap at that.
Fine French Flowers,
I'er bunch 50C
Choice of all tho SI. Is, S2 and
S2 4s kinds.
Tor bunch eg
About 200 bunches all told.
Children's Mull 1 Loss
... . - r Than
Hats and Caps, j Half.
We iitnply meau to close them
l'cr yard 25C
Choice of Tormcr 75c, S1.00 and
$1 25 t,orts.
Per yard ioc
Whether 50c or S1.25 values, lfb
go they Iniist.
Ladies' and Children's
Next to Nothing.
Plain white. With colored
bolder. Some with hem stitch
hie;. Scores of btvlcs, embrac
ing Hc to 10c values, choice
White and cream grounds, with
blui U chenille clots in eliHTon and
sevvniffsilU, ail tu be scarce nnd
l- many advanced in price.
Ncilhui scarce nor higli IICIU;.
1 Q. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co.
It's a saver of labor, time an
KiriL'sfnrH't Oevvicrrv StnrMi
Kingsfurl t:orn Starch arc absolutely pure excellent in quality
-never vary. A-,k your grocers.
T. KINGSFORD & SON, Oswego, N. Y.
Tsckudy Hardwood Lumber Go.
Js I So
Oak, Ash, Gum, Gherry, Walnut, Poplar, Hickory, Butternut,
Red Cedar, Mahogany, Red Wood, Quarter Sawed Red and White Oak,
Poplar Squares, Wagon Stock, Baluster and Newel Stock.
Yard and Offce,
A GOOD TALE WILL BEAR TELLING
TWICE." USE SAPOLIO! USE
TAKE A BATH!
'I lie 11 u u I'le.ui Vtlilto 'loel, iuchaa
uru I aunile reil by
SILVER TOWEL & K, C. TOWEL CO.
A. C. FULKERSON, Prop.
lath iitttt Alain Sts.
Like Life ....
Is what you make it.
Five superb lots, embracing
every sort that men nnd women of
taste admire, ami not ono among
them but what lias been lowered
in jiiico by our method of making
Gloria I mbrcllas,
meant to be SI. 60.
At Si. 4o- c-i;eh Twilled
' Victoria fruit I tit
brcllas. with handles of various
hindu, usually sold for $2.00.
At Sl.69 26-lnclt TwHlctl
' Victoria Silk Um
brellas, beautiful Dresden, gold,
silver unit natural wood handles,
liiuds that usually bring S2.50.
til Twilled frlllc
Umbrellas, with exquisite han
dles that alone bring S3 00,
At $2.p8-? SS-'n
I Willed frilk Um
brellas, with the finest natural
wood handles, silver trimmed.
They are the usual SI. 00 kind.
Women by tho scoro buying
them. Littler prices than 08c
abound, but comparison only makes
more brisk the demand for ours
Perfectly formed, make and finish
right, patterns that have always
been ready sellers at 75c to SI. 00.
l.xpcul tins to bo the last lot.
The new, so-niucli-in-demind
kind. And lrom the price-marks
it looks as though the manager
intended to have still greater
crowds in thii department.
At 20 'cw Umbrella Draw- B
0 crs, good muslin, fin- CT
ished vv ith rullle, -'5c; without
At 2C Cambric Corset Cov
crs, square neck,
trimmed with tucks.
At I OC "' finish muslin Cor
' set Covers, plain linish,
At ."ni.C Now Umbrella'
" bkirts, excellent
quality muslin, linibhed with em
A Light Hearted
she's so because her work is
shortened and better bhe's
learned the secret the use of
Tho perfect colli water March.
"Silvir f'.lnss" anil Pure" and
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
200 second-hand tents for eale chc-up; all
cizes, almost new; also large round tents,
0 feet, 50 feet, CO feet, 70 feet and 100 feet
diameter, oblong tents, 3uxl0, 30x50, 35x50,
40xC0, Cox'JO, 70xlu0 and 100x150 feet. Wrlttt
, 0, JJA.lVjlt liamat t'lt Mo.
If You Did
Nothing towards clv
in; tho rerfect rendi
tion of nn opera or
symphony on tho
"Aeolian," It would
tn a musical Instru
ment of limited Inter
oet, but It Is faclnat
Inp because ou have
It all to do, The Aeo
lian only p1as tho
notes nnd you regu
late tho tempo, tone,
etc., by "stops."
J. W. JENKINS' SONS,
till .Main M.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
Over 200 Teeth Extraotod Dally. NO
PAIN OK DANGER. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Fit Perfectly. Decayed
and achluir teeth, if worth It, filled and
726 MAIN STREET
AL7MAN. KAULBACH i CO.. Proo.
I THTHEAbpSMLESS DEMTlsfg
Ilk Sal Premier
Is the Typewriter of progress. Its motto,
"Improvement the ordnr of the aRe, is
no emiity vaporini; of word The newest
machine excmplllles the richt to Its me
What the new Smith Prem er can t do
can't be done on a typewriter. VVevo
bushels of testimonials nnd a book de
Ecrlptlve of all the Rood points that we
send for the asklnc Price no hlcher.
terms no stirrer, than other mnchlne men
make. Better ?et the best while you ro
r-ettlnK-and the best Is the Smith
M. S. EYLAR, Mgr.,
11 West tltli .Street.
r.imous for Its health Klvlns waters An
ideal summer resort Cool breezes from
the pine covered mountains Ueautlful
scenery. I'lne hotels. Write to George M
Walker, proprietor "The Mansions" and
the "Jlamtou House" for rates and other
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK.
Tent & Awning Go,,
if Annliign, Icnts, ring,
riiiilliii, Ila lack anil 3lu
i hlne t'oier', semi fur jirlioib
'le'letilioiie Hit I
llltl Vttkt mglith St
-on tiii: i.aki:-
NKTV YnilK COIl It' OI'lllEA COMPANV.
hr.ilirMt-liweiiriU fiUo unil "5c,
I"RKi: T till: I'AVII.ION 1'llKK
KINO OK Till! WIKI'. 0 ami Hslfi p. m.
i:in trie- Cum liver) l'e .11 liiul oh.
Karowcll Week of tho
Ki:viri:u niori; cojipanv,
"AS YOU XjIICH IT!"....
livery night nt S.r. o'clock. Uenutlful
Kcenlc Kflects and J'lno Chorus. I'rlees,
r.uo 7ic ami il, Theater inilns ut 7.15, 7.3."i,
7 W nnd S'uii o'clock Next week, IllKtt
t'liss Vaudeville, fiom Uojiklii!' theater,
Carllnl's Dogs find Monkeys.
KANSAS CITY vs,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY,
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MORJJAGES DAILY,
Admission BO Conts-Ladlos Froo
Tho delicious fragrance,
re(ti'ihlD(f coolness and soft beauty im
parted to tho tUn by Pozzomi's l'owuuu,
couuaendj it to all ladle.
Itrnpeneil Sept. 2. ISII.I.
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SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A,, Supt. , Lexington,
1 UK .MOST m rt'rsoi ui.
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A I'rebrterian HOME SCHOOL tor Young I.iilloi
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LETrERS, 1KVSIC, ART, ELOCUTION
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f First in Equipment,
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Kansas State University,
ClitilliiKiie J'ree. 1.A1VIIKNCI:,
Term Opens bept. II, '9!v V. II. Snow, Chaa
Academy, Gambier, O.
72nd year. This old nnd rpmnrkRbljnucceMful
school proldes thorough preparation for coIIpko
or business, mid caroful nupervHion of health,
habiti and iniinnem. 1 1 Is mnch tho oldest, largest
and best equipped hoarding school for boj lu
Ohio. Illustrated cataloguo sent.
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The OH ItrllnlilR Doctor, Olilett In Ako, l.iniscst l.m-.itc-d. A llrrala
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Try the Journal,
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Oldest Mllli.iry School In Missouri. &r
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ARCHIBALD A. JONES, Pres't, Lexington, Mo.J
Tin l'r ftb.rtorlun C1Ipk of Intirprnilriiicv
A select home school for Olds ami Youns
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