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TTTFi KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JULY 28, 1895.
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA,
Tittnt) wn.u or oi-i.it. oim:ns ai
I'l'IraiM nf l'eiij.iiirn" Will tircteit t)it
I'Atcliy tlpcm of t.nU ttiele A
Clnoil Mnry ltr-1 Hcl tin
Trte thlrtt week of nprrn l Wmhlniilon
iwtk will twain llil pvpnlnit. when -Tln
l'lralM of I'rnii " will mie-renl "Pltm
foH." Thr UPiirrnl faor with vhlcri "t'ln
ntore" met thi punt veek would cin lo
itimmTiti Hip poliy of pultum: on another
of lit moKi popnlnr of iJip Olltiert nml
F-ultlviin opera. "Trip llrntpn" In tvell
nrtflptM to the facilities sfrortlrel t Vih
lttfctan pnrfc. Rhel will ln ltotttlirr a milt
nltl lilll for thin place. It h reme of the
wast leoautlful choruwa ever wtltteti ly
!!lr Afthttr Rtilllvnn, rttt.1 I lo Ftionn In
elt.irrtflert and In olo mudc. The Reneral
oxerllenc of tlir 'Plnaforr" rint Klcs
nnsuraneo that thin opt-ra will nlco be well
Blven by the member of the New York
opera company. With Mr. Smith n the
Kertertl. Mr. I.Mnle an the pirate kins,
Monteirrlfio an Frederick, .lohn tl. Ilell as
the eereeanl, and llw eeral ltiteretltiB
women principal well distributed, the ca
Khmilil be a atrntig one. A novelty will be
Introduced In the way of dame by Anna,
belle, a dancer of wide cperl"nic and con
siderable note. There will be appioprlate
opportunity for the Introduction of her
rpeclaltle In thl orern. Ororiilii Ho ton
and .trim Williams will alio Introduce Hpe
clnlllc. The most Important change In liollcy thl
week will lie the I eduction of the price
to cent for all location. Thl will put
the opera within the reach of all who bo
to the park, and will doubtleM lncrea
th attendance very much. The full cant
wilt be ai follows:
Major (.eneral Stanley IMdle Smith
m ir I '. c ' mi' mdl.mc mi M. i1
r will be a prmi n'bt member of Mal.ime
M,i ljeka c.impn mxt c.i."on.
MaiBRnl I- wilting it 111111101111111" on .1
ulilcct minpo'i i b Mtne. Perr.io It I
all. 1 "Drvidcti riilnii." nml nil the e hir--fter
In It ipre.nt lredeii rliinu -.Lit;
iictto Ii't in h"ie they won't fall nnd
hn ivter l.illv iroea out the romlnir
cion In M.-Nnll' new farce ronv lv
"Tlt. NUlit I'lrrh." he will be anpnortid
by n Ironic company, including Jennie Y i
mnn, .lohn ?park and Prank Tannehlll,
It I nld that either lMytli Phapman or
t.oiiut. Thornilike IlfmrlcrUllt will be the
Irsi.hnpr lady for Hohcrt Mtuitell next -on,
taklnit ihe place of Chnllolte Hehren,
whoe 'health I o preciMon that lv l
compelled to lernnln olt the Mage Tor n
Verdi I taking the water at Montcca
llnl. The hotni, which he U linlnr buili
for old mnlclah in Milan, will occiipj
an ara of S.fmr) -"ciimre meters nnd will cost
no le than IIW.'W, and Verdi will endow
It with JSfMOOO. The money h earned by
mu lc l thu to return lo music
May Irwin will star next ocaaon In a
new- farce by .lohn MeNally. entitled "The
Widow Jonc," nml wilt be supported by
John (.. Illce. .Iiicipiex Krtmer. Jnseph
fpark. Deorae W. Ilamum, lllchard .1.
Jones, ttolnnd Caiter. Ada I."wi, Sally
t'ohen, Maude K. Chandler, (Icitrnde Matis
tlelil. Kathleen Warieii and Mabel Tower.
The Mirror l)ramntlc fomimny, composed
In the main of Kiinsa Cil people, will
Klve an oen-nlr iierformnnce of Hurt
rtwklc's til, "A Mlner oath." at the
V. M. ' A. athlelle park next Wednesduv
In the iHt wilt be hurt Ito. kle, A. I.. It.
Menlty, lkl Cusey, John McAniUiy. A. J.
rrunthnu. THmiiftit Onion, linn lleml. II
("harlc K llntorff, M Wool. J !' OiHber.
('. Illdcr. ?. IitiBWorthy, Mis Josle yulnn
and Mrs. Hurt Itm kle.
Oriural disappointment prevails III Lon
don hcc,lne or the imn-appear mce there
thl s.ison of the brother lv llcsscke.
Jean de llesEke was made II) by the water
of I'arlabad. where he went to take the
cure, and hi brother refused to aiicept an
enpaireuietlt without Him. The two, who
will not agree to separation on account of
,iny offer of engagement or detail of life,
proceeded to their count! y hom in I'o
land. Joe Cawihorn, the (lermnn c'omedl.in, l
one of the hiot prominent of the new
star for the comlnR oaon. He has a
v 1 1 l y J ' 'ft
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JcjriS. 2c JS uts!.
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TIRATKS OP Pi:NZAXcn',-WASniN'liTfiX PAP.K.
Itlch.ird, the pirate kins Joseph Lynde
Krederltk, the pirate's upprentlce
Kdward, serceant of police.... John O. Hell
S.imuol, sergeant of pirates. ..Harry Kendy
Iluth Uoie Ilenudet
The General's Waul.
Mabel Adelaide Randall
Kate Minnie Cornell
K llth Clara Randall
Isabel Alberta Iliidley
closi: or Tin: ki:mi'i:k miasox.
The Yoiins Munni;erH Preparing for l.nuls
The Kemper stock company closed Its
ensagement at Wai hlngton park la.sl cv
fr.tng, and with that engagement closed
!'s second summer seavon In Kansas City.
No arrangement have jet been mode for
tr.e return of the company next season,
but it Is pos!bl. that Kansas city may
have the pleasure of wirujr other produc
t ons under the management of Messrs'.
V. agonhals .t Kemper, Their return as
rr.-inaaei-s of summer season will be some,
what dependent upon the extent of their
'r.-erests In regular attractions, ai they
w'l) branch out the coming season a
rninager of Mr Jouis James, who will
Play an engagement at the Auditorium
Ir Dei ember.
ceertalnly thse young managers have
reason to be pruiid of their success in
K.tnsa 'lt. The r fei-con-1 season, Ilka
their first, wound up more successfully
than It began, the novelty of the park at
tractions being more Inviting to the pub
1 c than the regular M1U at the down town
theater. They have shown themselves
pood Judges of tulent and plajs and the
best use to make of both. It u. to be hoped
that Kansas City is to have moic summer
entertainments under their direction.
Messrs. Wuuenhdls & Kemper have put a
meat deal of time the past summer upon
I reparations for 3Ir. James' tour They
will go out with a strong repertory, good
mountings and properties, n strong torn
rany and splendid pictorial paper.
Minis iiAMiis ami Tin: ni:'u.
A I.nns-bllled lllril M.ikc Way With the
r.iiiiou Ai tor't. Tfiupii,
Perhaps no personage of the American
stage is rukiicating more luxuriantly than
Mr. Louis Jrfiurs, who, with Mrs. James, is
fpendlng his third summer with Mrs.
Jmneh' patents, Mr, and Mrs. John C.
Hendilcks, at Thu t -eighth and riieriy
streois. The Iltudinka home compiikes
tome acres, which .ite veiy productive, not
only In fruits and lloweis, but in domektlo
game, Mr, Jami takes :ilmot u lioy g
Intwest in the pluce, and is raiely seen
downtown, because he llnds It so much
more coiiifortiililu nut on the hill.
One uf the tragedian's leient acquisitions
Is a toupee, designed to cover an unwej.
enrne luilduess which lias tousldeiably cx
tendecl the lines ot his noble tniuhond A
few daa ago he lay down under u shade
tree to take- a nail. Anon mints a long
billed duck nf ointilverous taste, and plmkn
lilm the silky toupee without arousing the
hlc-eplng trugedUn. When the jctoi nil)
awake there was nothing left but a lew
(hreds and stiauds, showing that the mi
lium al task ot swallowing a toupee had
not lie-iii accomplished at one pulp by the
complacent fuwl. that watched hi discom
fiture from it sliadj corner. Mr James
lias a new touiire. but it Is not likely to
last as long as tils grudge ugalnst ducks.
Dramatic and 1lin.li.il Nntej.
Ada Rihan will open her American tour
at llooloj's theater. Chicago, in Septem
ber, with "Two Gentlemen of Verona."
Pranklyn t.Milnby, toriuerly ,t Kansas
City lawyer, who 'has been starring in
Western towns the past season, has been
engaged or juvenile work with Modjeska.
Contrary to announcements, .Mr. James
K Unefcett hai not been signed as loading
map for Lillian Lew It, but has been eu
Kixvi by Augiistiu Daly for the Potior.
Rtrt McWade, Sr., one of the most .
cerfenccd and widely knu'ivn (.'haractvr act-
new comedy eall'd "A Fool for Luck,"
written by John A. Steven. Tretty Annie
Buckley, the youngest daughter of the
well known actor. L J. Buckley, will be
the comedienne of the company. Annie
Wood, the original Luke in "Wilkinson's
Widow." and Prank R. McXish will also
be in the company. The wiaon will open
at Kunsas City August 12.
Florence Reed, the daughter of Roland
Reed, recently graduated from a young
ladles' college In Philadelphia, where two
ears ago she carried off the art scholar
ship, for which there was great competi
tion. She speaks German and French flu
ently and hai. inherited considerable his
crlonk talent, but the only Roland says that
he will keep her off the stage If he can.
He wlh-s to see his daughter comfortable
anil happily married, but not to an Kngllsh
nobleman or a French count.
Clay JL Greene has rtnlsbed hl new
dramatization of "Fanchon" ("La Petite
Fadet"), and last wek read It to Miss
Gladys Walks, who Is to star in the title
role, and to It P. MrCInnnin, who played
In the old Version at dlfft rent tlmen for over
a quarter of a century, and who Is to be
Mi- Wallls' stage manager. In the com
pany supporting Mis VVallN are Fred, rlc k
Paulding. Kdwin Hrewster, R. F. .Mi Clan
nln. David Seymour, John Readv. Rolen
Hartey, J. C. Mcc'abe, -Ml Lilian An
drews, Miss Florence 1,1111 in Wlekes. Mim
Alma Stuart Aiken and Grace Gibbons
Mme. Relane Is not irr-entlv nleased nh
her Amerli-an trip She thinks Wu ai i
tii kle public In having ilo k.l to see Iwn
hardt and given Coiiuelln gnod audi. n. -While
ahowlng a much b-s Int. n -it In h. i -self,
Sne was partb uliuh prov.dvd t.i
see how ner name win lived i.i the ,
vantage ut Mls Kidder, who w i- dmi j
"Mme. Saus-Gene" in Lngll-li -h nmti, i
New York theater wlul- R. j me w i .!
Abbey's and It vexed her, ih i .1 s m
Gene, to be descrlid fur tie nit -n i
Itejane could not unh rtnn 1 v h i, i .
dlences showi-i so llitl- (..lint,- n x i u
rheir eyes on her," ns thj .11 I I ut ..
lug no Idea of what n.i jia.-ln m iii.k
brains," Mme. Reiane i-vdinili 'h'k
that NVw Y'orkers did not undei-tinl ! i
and Haidou In the Purb-lan Pen h
Julia Nellsou and Freil T. nv who n
lOmlng to America next j-. ,i-in m (
with John Hare In "The Not. high, lr
Hbbsmith," are contemplating a -inr-,
tour of their own In thK luuntiv tl..
season after next. MW Neilscm "i- ih
daughter of a Scotch merchant who dl. I
when she was a child. Her pi i f.irni.-iti r
at an amateur dramatic entert.ili.ini ut ..'
St, George's hall, Loudon, promir. d tea h' i
the lucky uchlent of an lntro.linii.iii i,
W. S. tlllbert, whou keen e d.-te. n l
nascent genius. Thanks to hi inlluem
she soon appeared before the pulli . and
In March, 1S89, at one of the iu,t fashion
able and memorable of special uutlnei -,
she. played Cyiu-sci to Mary Andes son
Galatea at the London leum. i(er ,, .
cess was Inttaiitaneous lleeil.ohin Tice
sec ured her for his company, and she made
li great hit as Drusllla Ive In "The Hall" -Ing
GIil It was shortly afterward she
man... I Fred Tcrrj.
No wonder American managers find ft
dill, ult to tran.au business vvith Fieiv h
playwrights, foi to judge l a re. ent i-su-of
the I'arls Pigaio the latter numt regard
all out theatrical biethem as disrenutalde
i hara ters with whom one canned Ik t..o
'art-lul in dealing "Tbe theater In Am i-ic-a
Is in a peculiar phase of its ixlstcm
writes the Frn. h scribe. "It I, almost . i,
tliel given up to sensation. Art, of emu ..
lias no place- theic. The mot sui-ie fnl
Pieces are those in wljlch time is smnr
blood-t-ur ling eifect. such, for iita, .
as the tvluis the hero- to a biuz-san or
having the heroine erushed bv ai. elevator
Naturally, under sinh conditions, the . ...m
try ran piodu. e no actors. The perform, rs
must suli the style of play. So It lb that
r.-j"'0.", moU 'P ''sov ',rt h"e who
have ai-ted seusatlonal parts In real 1 re
such as cracksmen, burglars, auar. hlst'
murderers, confidence men. etc If the play
.J,?'1iL,th. iU or' ,he , n"Mer seciirc
to the part a woman who has tlgurc-d in
some notofluus cge: If the play deals with
seduenon. a young girl who has be. n
betraied is Induced to" shoa lierself he.
fare the footlIgh." l'hewl-l)ram!ui lir.
ii'rnnSiP.hl"'' bos a"tt American tour
Is amont; the announeeinents tor the com-
if "cnon Is nn .i lor wh
1. cf lirercsl lo ill Invi- ..f th
mil. .li.miil If hi. i.io.ulnrlM m
H ies for Anything. At the age of Si In
innli. his lirst de. Idol hit n LM I'lantil
III "tcoclei," at the old Crime or
Ih'-n'cr. nnd during In.- l-n years
Ihit hi reinnlne.t under thle man in- turn
lv p.. ame Identllbnl with similar mle' oil
inn nml rhnrnctcr, for whl. h h' howed n
til-nt Hint wns tilllo h.irt nf g'liius tti
ls7". ho undertook the manng-ni.nl of tin
. 1 1 Court theater (London), and. gnthrrltii'
mound him tich artists ai- Ml llllm T- r
iv. Miss Amv Pnwltt. Mr. t'hatle Kellv,
Mr John cinylon. Mr Kmbfe ond pie Ken
111", he produce.) mtne of the !ilot tio"ibc
-n nn of the day. In 1T3 he un.b'rto k
with Mr, ntitl Mrs. Kendal, the tnainu.
nn nt of Hie St. .lame theater l.oti ..n
Thl co-prtnerhl)i lasted until ln, when
lt W S. Gilbert liullt for him Ihe present
Garrbk theater In Charing Ctw. of whl h
he Is tlll dltector, ntul where he (iro
iiicul liist then mot maiked u. . s. Mr
S.vdney Grundy' "A Pair of sp. ta.l. -whl
h was twice performed licfore Kit
llh rovaltj: and Hint recently "The o
liirlons Mrs, IHibsmlth," which will be m,.
of the prlnclpnl play or hl Anicrl. i
repertoire. Mr. Hare will bring with h.in
his Garrlck theater company, nnd will l-n
our principal cities
1'orelgii Miislenl Hi hues.
The follow lnt notes, collected from Ku
ropean publlcutlon and private corre
spondence, have been contributed b Mr.
Hatnate and Mnilame Herthe Mar hnvr
returned to Paris ftom their concert t.mr
111 full uli Hnglillld nnd the former I. ft at
once fur hi home In Pomplonii, Spain, to
spend the sumcr on his estates.
Madame Jniiuachowsky made nrr.inge
metits with Madntiitt vntfnpr lo itii In
Ha.vrcuth next sumtner. Site will slim the
leading dramatic part only. Inning the
vv lutet he wilt sing In some of the huge!
Huropean opera houses.
Mtne. Cosinn Wngner l busy completing
for next senon the airatigetncnts to cele
brate the twentieth nniilvcrsnr.v of the In
auguration or the Haytetith thcitir
"Ithclmrold." dire, ted by Hans Itlcht. r. is
said to be the opera on the festival da.
MeiideNsohn's "Hymn of Praise" and
other sole 'Hon were given nt the London
Cryt-tnl Palace, July t,. with a band and
ehoius of nwr 3,000, under tho dltectlon of
August Mantis. The soloists were Mine
Atbnnl, Mme. Clara Samuel and LMward
The third of the Nlklrh concerts in
Queen's hull, London, canio olT July f
In fore a very lari;e and apprc. latlve nu-
dlenrp. lici-r Willy liitrmester. the vlo
HtiM. played Mendelssohn concert In hi
in cunomed brilliant manner and was rc-
ailed ninn.v timc.
Miss Pannv Davles the plnnlt. made
her recent concert in Iondon especlallv In
tcri'stlng by Inlroducltig Into Hnelan.l the
two new sonatas of Hrnhtns. ror nl.ino
ond clarinet. In nn excellent rend, rlnc nf
these he was associated with Muhllrld
the celebrated clarinetist.
lfred Gtunfeld. the popular Vlenese pl
amt. has Just got back from Pnwlok. the
lliinn czar's suintner residence near St.
P. tersburg, wheie he ha been giving
some recitals before the Imperial rnmlij
an.1 their Invited guests. GrunTeld l .n
present In Mnrlciih.-ul, the well known
wi'.'rlng pluce lu lJohemla.
ntnn Ruckncr, the veteran composer,
has jut locovereel from a severe lllnr
ir.l i. at present engaged upon .i n. vv
v mphony for full orchestra. The Au
ir m emperor ha.- placed one of his illas
in the neighborhood of Vienna nt ltuck
. r disposal, so that the great man may
w Tk undisturbed find free from care.
The u-ollun oigun has found its way into
k. ntieiin, the residence of Pope Leo
1H Mr. P. Toll-do has Just returned
i.. London from Rome, where he had the
1 -tingiilsheil honor of a private audience
i th. Vatican, during which the pope IKt
n. I to the noollan lor nbout an hour dur
iii, which time some of the choicest d, -tl
.us fiom its repertory were perrormed.
Wei ner Albertl, n tenor. Is m.iklnc ,-i
.;! '.it -iii'ci'ss, for lilmsol'" In Italy. II. has
in enicigcineiu nt the Lisbon opera house
ftom December this year until April. ',
.it it monthly salary of l(" franc- lo
N -ilso considering un offer to go to Hm 'ios
r. s to lng tliPi-e from August. lsr; un
til December. Mr Albertl sings during
this and next month In the cities of Padua
.Notwithtnndnlg the enormous heat ng
ing at present In Paris. "Tannhauser" s
siill drawing overcrowded houses at tin
Imperial opera. The box ot!lce r. . lj.ts
average about 20.0exi francs. Humper.hrk's
opera, "Hansel and Grete-1." which ma 'e
such a great s-uccess all over Kuropc. vvnl
be heard in Paris next season. Th. well
known author, Catulle Mendes, has tran--lated
Miss Katherlne TImbcrmann, the Amer
ican contralto, from Cincinnati, cave a
vocal recital In Queen's hall. London. Julv
7. nssisted bv a number or eminent vocal
ists, including Missi Esther Palllser an !
Mi-.s Freda Scotta. Miss Ttinbertnann's
popularity was attested by the crowded
h ill and the applause vvlth which her sin
nii was greeted. Her selections were vnr
c 1 aid showed her to be familiar vvlth
Tlie 'econd reeUtnl of Mori2 Rosenthal
n Loudon was certainly one or th" mo-t
-u ' -sl.il or the piano recitals he Id in Lon
l.m ror vears. Judging from the reports of
the leading metropolitan papers. There was
a l.iige and enthusiastic audience that
tilled every part ot the house. The greet
ing which was gtwn Roentnal many times
during the progress ot the evening va-
such as is seldom heard in London, and
the applause was that which only e-omes
rrora the highest appreciation of those who
can realize the excellence of the perform
ance. niuloney ITniler llouds.
Pat Moloney was put under bonds cs
terday by Commissioner I'eabody to an
swer to the chaige ot running it saloon
without a government license.
.The case was very amusing In om. t. ,it
ures. In a suit e.f the- Mainh.erdt I'igai
Company against Thomas Ialom, it vvu
stated the saloon passed into tin- pus-. -
slon or Patrick Maloney last Mar. h undc i
chattel mot tgage. The cigar cumj.an.v at
once caused the arrest of Patrick toi i mi
ning a saloon under the name or Thomas
In the court yesterday, when the hearing
was in progress, ii vcn.- claimed by Attor
ney Sherrv that the saloon was still the
properly of Thomas Maloney. hut was In
the- hand of I'.uiiek until the receipts
iiiiid ihe rnoituaic.
I . ii.o.iy ,t-s,eu int. euuii-
-ii.. to . .t'ise the arrest ot
Sli . lulv 1 th.- lice use has
i .mi. ii' l'.itil.'k vlalomv. nnd
w i i w l . I 1. Thomas, the i
. t. o i'.1 -loii busin.-es with-
iMi-jude: wmsssMKz --: oiaaai--e
i v ii- r V
I2(linnd iMatn St.
Weave your verses, gentle rhymers!
Cheat your skill if you for bay
Half ihe tteasures of Jhrnhtimers'
Grand, magnificent display!
J'aiiy falaee of Aladdin
' With this splendor eould not vie
Cannot tnateh the sights that gladden
Jlvery heait that comes to buy!
When we opened our doors for Inisi
noss n little over eight, years njo. things
were not. so lively iii Kansas City as thoy
There was but. one or two large dry
goods houses, and you were paying nil
sorts of fancy prices.
During the midsummer months of
July and 'August, things kind o' simmered
down to an "existence?' and it was "take
what those merchants had" or do without.
Things are different to-day. In this
house everything seems animated, and en
ergy and enthusiasm bubbles over in hot.
July and August the same as in December.
We have brought prices down. We
give vou assortments unrivaled to pick
from." We mark all goods in plain figures
and have but one price to all.
Ill Short WE FLEASE.
And the eight years' successful and
honorable record back of us enables us to
look forward with renewed confidence and
assurance. One visit will prove to you
that we have good grounds for confidence.
We've counters full of merchandise
nice merchandise, of the most desirable
kinds and most reliable cpiality, and the
one price marked by us in plain figures
upon it is as low as good, dependable mer
chandise can be sold for.
There arc but few that will match on1'
qualities, stvles and prices there are
nohe that will give more.
.-el lT it was rl
1.0th tin III. II
ti. . n in ih.
it th. -aim
h. a - ,1 i'
pair mount Auditorium.
Vaudeville. ' Admission Only 25c.
Direct trnin llnpkln-.' Theater, Chicago, and Keith's Mnellion Milium tlitrden, . Y.
o-A.-rc3-: of1 w .
Every Night at S:30 O'clock, Thursday and Saturday Matinocs
at 2:30 O'clock.
7-B5C SPECIALTY TURNS-7
O'Brien, Jenning and O'Brien.
ltellned bietch Artl-ts. Assisted by
Little Mabel O'Brien,
TL. Clever Child Artist.
1 ho Eminent llaritone,
Tne Man of Many Solids.
Tho Celebrated European Equilibrist,
The flusical Green
In Great Floods ol Melody.
I'reralcr Acrobats ol the World.
Mickey and Cole. Criterion Quartette
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All the Popular Airs of tho Day.
SUPERH ILLUMINATIONS ON THE LAKE
Ai Night by lied, lllue and Green tlrca
,'jO pounds of powder ac
Cafo under tho management of Mrs, McLean.
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KANSAS CITY vs.
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STATE MUTUAL LIFE
OF WORCESTER, MASS.,
hiues tlif Similcst, Fairest and Ilcst
J.ifo I'.iiirance l'oimy ever oilcreil,
iiy any tympany. ,
Sample policy free. j
F. O, CHJHSNEY, Qen'l Agt. ;
.lll-'-.l Hall III1I1;,. tit It mid Walnut M.
Mmii'j in i.ii.in at Wi Per t eut nil Life
1 KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
1 FIVE OR MOREJACES DAILY,
Aflmlsslon SO Contn Lndlos Froo
rgwiss i3 rravua
The Blrf6f'-t 4 1 parost Lyo
rvvlx L't.ll-o ou.cr I-je, H Uinn
& tlae lewder aa) iktJ lu a cut
wiui n.iao alii- Ho, Ui cf-Dtt-nu
aro &lijs ira-ly for uo. WlU
lu-ke It -t ITfuurl UaM tioap
la H inluut- wliliuul IhiIUiir.
Kl lot Ue tif-1 tot il'UnMhg v.aTa
l-ll--. di-lifOCULrf lu.s, Uot,
vtM buttk-, 1-JnU), imL, ac t
rEMJA- 8LT MTQ CO.
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Pi RATES OF PENZANCE!
OR At tho
MINICAI. l'i:TIVAI. HV
.11 u.ii 111:111 or thu comimnv.
Carlinl's Dogs and Monkeys.
li an ahril utii necessity of tho refined toilet
in tills cllraato I'ozzoNt's cuiiiliiiica every
clement of hiauty and purity.
ndi vi - rv " and its
To the Editor I have an absoluto remedy for Consumption anil all Throat and Lung
- Troubles. Hy its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured.
Sei proof-po.sitivc am I of its power that I consider it my duty to send two bottles free to those of your readers who
have Consumption or any Lung Trouble if they will write me their express and post-offico address.
Ktt-lili.lieil 171'. binceroljr, T, A. SLOOU-H, M.U., ltU I'eurl SlreetNow Vork.
Ihe Kdltorul and Huslness Management ol thii Taper Guarantee the Ocnulnencs of tho aboo Propoiiition.
Just as yours will be if
you continue using poor
makes wash-day as easy as any other day. Lessens
the labor, makes the clothes white, and docs no dam
age. Thousands of women say so surely they are
not all mistaken. Sold every where. Made only by
The N. K. Falrbank Company, - St. Louis.
101 West otli Street, Kansas City, iMo.
Tim fltil ltrllntilo nnrtnr. Oldest 111 Aro, r.nnr-cst r.eirntcil. A Kcjrnlir
ii,-,.. in, .in in lli-illilnr. 0cr K7 Ycr hpoclul l'rnctler,
Ainlinrt(..Mirthn Stain to treat CHRONIC. NtRVOUS aid SPECIAL DlStASES.
:........ t,i ah ....ll..lnr. rni-i,tiip.l rpnilv feir lll. N
iriiiiuiiii.vee.i ..u.itj ..;.u . .c... . .... ; "..-r;-"T--,T ',;,.. Mr,,ii-in,
Hon iroiii iiusincs-e. I'.iiicius iii. li'iHiiiiiLnucacc-.. .., .j...... .... t... -. -"-"'-' :
EciIiTrryiTlicro. frto Iroiu g:i70 or lirciiltarje. CimrcM loir, urcr .i. y i i'ch cum.. kj . "
r.. ..! nn.im,,.,rinni.. s.i urn vnnr case and tend lor terms. Cousultatlou is .rco ana conu
LAJiVlll.Ul'1 niunn-'i""l ,,...-.--
drntltil, either personally or liy letter. . , .. c,lv
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (fHT!SrtS:
prodnclnKlossrs. pimples nml blotches on tho lace, rushMOtlilood to head, pnln In tMCfe, con
luscilldi!0iitiilforictrulncsii,lmshIulncss. nverslon to society, los of kcxiuiI power, loss of
m-nliood &c . curtft for life. I can (stop uli nl5ht lenses, restore lost Rcxttal power, restore norva
auu uraiu poivcr, uuiueu uuu n.muiuuu ....... A.k .4 -. .KV j- -.- - D
C-f5e--f itvn. rermaticntly cttreet without
7L.ri.LUiw caustic, cuttlns, liottplcs or
Bounds. No pa'.n, no etposurc rtlcut caa
ijo the treatment tit, home. ...
Rheumatism SiS 5S
SUUIl CUHH. Tho fjrotitcst ellscovory In thu
annaH ot medicine. 0 doso Rlvcs relief;
few dosed rcmovo fover nnd pain In lolnts;-
pnrnln il fiur dara. Send statement of caso.
Iwlthstamnforclrculur. i "
CmliM.o that terrible nlscn&e, In nil us
oyjJIIIlla, tatmt nnd rtnijci cured for
life, niooil rolsonlnir. sum Diseases, uicurs.
Swellings. Sores, ilonorrha'tinnd Olect.nnelull
lormiof l'rlvnto Diseases iioaltlvcly cured or
money tefunded. , .
Rnnlr for both sexc. FO paces, 2T pictures.
OUU1V truoto Hie, with lull description of
sIhho diseases, tho nfTccti nnd cure, pent seal,
edln plain wrappeffor Oe In stamps. Ilcuituls
tittle Iiniile nnd unsirer list of nucutlons.
Free Museum of Anatomy feSfurT'ho .T""-" .
llfc-UWo models nnd wax flcures deerly lmprcs3 tho mlndj-a tchool ol lu-l Sundays 10 to 13.
strucllon a sermon Mlthoutword3. ...... . J( ., i .-
V R IJ-a.HLtROOrienoillrd In tht bantu iihch I kM forfeit for abova dltcesea that I cannot Cart,
ASK FOR A
The MERCANTILE IS TTIE FAVORITE TEN CENT CIGAR.
Tor sale by all First-class Dealers. Manufactured by tho r. It. KICK Mi:itCANTlI,i: CIGAIt
CO. radon Nn. 301 ht Louis, Mo Ciias V. fiAsin, Western At?U. Ml Lyella Ave. Ivas. Cllr
New York Life Building.
nntriTiins. I D. V. ItlKor.it, President. It. D. Covinoton, Cashier. D. A- McKumo
uuiixiuns. UlEsnvC. lvUMPK.VlcePros'u r. II. Kumi II. J. llurKR, S. S. SuttAl
Foreign Drafts Issued on All Parts of the Old World.
U. W. WOOUWAItll.
1 A. J'AXUX.
J. C. HOHIO.V.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND OLASS.
1206 and 1208 Union Ave. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo.
IvA.NS.V3 CITY, Missouri.
bT. LOUIS, -Missouri.
AVICI UTA, lCunstn.
WESTERH m U DOOR COHIIY.
Comer Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, Mo.
VV TOWN OI'l'IGC IIK1ST JtlJII.DINt;.
TALET & DIJNLA
Tin: IlKST AND ."MOST ni:icious
DelUrrrd to prlvuto famlllo, 7fl cents per lmlf KaUniij 8I."
per pillion. Our Imkrry j;un(ls aro iiusurpJHKtMtt tho host hut
Icrauii tho frostiest fj-THT " ukimI. M. tourj; Kiiropoan
Hotel nor rostauraut. Tl.lJMMlONi; T7l.
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Deatherage Lumber Company,
j'j LATH, SHINGLES. SflSfl, DOORS AND BLINDS
& WHITEYELLOW FINE. I o's", 1 jw 223.
Koopouoti Hp. a, i.Hori.
Un.urp it.uil raullltlcs.
I'lIK HIU.Ntl LAIIIIls,
Clluton, Henry Cei., Alii.
C'HAKACTKU CUrlitlan Uiisectarlan. IIOMK Ilrst (ladles') rollrjo bulldlns In Mo.
Steam Heat; Oasllalit (the lamous Welsbach elec burner); elegantly turuistiedi S pupllatoa
room! UM'AKAI, l.i:i.i:il III:AI.'III KIXOICU; IlKST SOCIAL AMI MOItAI, IM'I,U.
KNCKSi Tiro llscapeai Artesian Water; Hot ana Cold Hatha, splendid Cuisine; ueautltul
I.awns. SOIIOOI. Tliorough Instruction; cultured and conscientious Faculty; all ezlras
taught ty teachers trained by first masters ot America and llurope. Apparatus, Library, etc.
ltKCOItl). Founded 16&3 (lo yr)t attendance, l.nooi boarders, l.oni); 23 States and Terrl
torleo represented; 111 music, art, elocution and languages over :t,ooo names enrolled; 1S5
graduates from 10 States and Territories. CciiimiII tlieni. I'ATItONAOi:. From best
limllle, loth resident and abroad. COST. Comforts and advantages considered, tlie L'lioiii.
est In tlio West. To convince yourself ol the merits ol HAIKU :(ll.!.i:ii:, address, lor
beautifully Illustrated IJreaeli', , -r5 ,
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I'nr rntnliiguo anil tfinis mllrn- Ceil, r, XV. lll.IlllS, Siipe-rliitiui'lriit, Miirnn, Jllei.
rnmous for Its health giving waters. An
Ideal Hummer retort. Cool breezes from
the plnei covered mountains. ileautlful
scenery, l'ine hotels. Write to George) JI.
Walker, proprietor "The Mansions" ami
the "ll.inltou Houso" for rutes and other
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK.
MODEL HOTEL OP THE WORLD,
Onrlooklim Central Turk, I If I It Awiiue-,
SMIli ami flOlli streets, SUXV YOKU,
i:ujtoi'ti -uk. f, Ai HAMMONDi
East Wing N. Y. Life Blag., KAN3A8 OITY. MO.
BookeeplBg, Bhorthanel, Typewriting, Teleg.
raphy, EnglishBranchcs, MoJern Languago' etc., at
lowest rates, Catalogue free. Te!ephoneli74 '
Il.ilf-ltilto Vutiitleiii t'lusi,,.,.
THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE,
iiioiK-rn conven eneti Klcven liachori all i
olliecia. for i-.Ualoue u.,,r(Vs I d"a
(il-.o. VIlliDI.ItlQ aui:s. fres.
InKlUh, ltu. l.re. k, r man I n'uchsW'''- ,ot
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