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1109-1111 Jirabi Street.
Extra Special Sale Monday!
At 10:30 A. M.
2,000 Yards 32-Inch
PLAIN COLORED CHINA SILKS,
Worth 50 Cents Per Yard, at
Special Sale Monday.
ICO hoxcr finest Spun Knitting Silk, 5 o.
balls, nil shades, clnn, fresh l-
goods, no limit, per ball Ub
Special Sale Monday
AT 2:30 T. M.
1,600 yard Chnllles,
per ynrd ,,,
Special Sale Monday
AT 3:M P. M.
1,000 yds. Turkey lied Table Dam
nsk, north !2c, per yard ,.
Wash Goods Dept.
2.000 yards Riverside Shirting J1
1'rlnts, worth 6c, per ynrd Cb'lls
3,.r.00 yards Striped Cotton De- A'Ar
lalnes, worth Se, per yard tJvj
10,(00 yards rigured Satlnes, light and dark
colors, worth ll'.ic, S1
G,009 yards Black Organdy, fancy 5r
figured, worth 15c, per yard wl
10 cases Omega and Oakwood Apron Glng-
nams, worm ,c, jq r
5,(00 yards Westbrook Dress GIng- O1-.
hams, worth Sc, per ynrd O''0
10,000 yards host American liluo Jl
1'rlnts, worth Cc, per yard -iU
6 cases White Apron Goods, 40 In. d1
wide, worth JSc, per yard VJ!-'C
10 bales 4-1 heavy Unbleached Mils- 53
lln, worth Cc, per yard uiw
b cases 4-1 heavy Bleached Jius
lln, per yard ,
13 pieces 'Ji Inch Bleached I'illow
Casing, per yard
15 pieces -12 inch Bleached Pillow
Muslin, per yard
23 pieces Cross-bar Crinoline,
worth lime, only
10 pieces Canvnsettes, all colors,
worth 15c, per yard
-u pieces jnuer i-'aunc, wortn -oc,
10 pieces Buckskin Tiber, worth
0 pieces genuine French Hair
cloth, worth COc, per yard
10 pieces Imitation Haircloth,
worth IOc, per ynrd
CO pieces Gilbert' best Silesia,
worth 10c, per yard ,
Best granulated sugar, 7 lbs for 2So with
every grocery order amounting to $1.00.
Dark brown super, per lb "c
Light brown sugar, per lb 4Uo
Kinest powdered sugar, per lb 5ly:
Best cut loaf sugar, per lb D'.tc
Choice California raisins, per lb Co
California prunes, per lb 4c
Fancy Corsica citron, per lb pic
Choice evapurated apples, per lb 7c
California evaporated peaches, per lb.. 7o
Fresh cleaned currants, per 1-lb pkg... 8a
Fine bulk farina, per lb Re
Fancy head rie, per lb dc
Best bulk oat Hakes, per lb 'ia
Tnganrok vermicelli, 1-lb pkg 7o
Yacht Club salad dressing, per bot 2io
Crosse ,fc BlaokweH's vinegar, per qt.
Crosse & Blaekwcll's pickles, 1 pt. bot. 27o
Dalsv brand catsup, pint bottle lto
Ilennud brand olives, 27 oz bottlo 2!)o
Triple extract lmon, 2 or. bottle lOe
Triple extract vanilla, 2 oz bottle I4a
J'rtsli shredded cocoanut, bulk, per lb.. 15o
Wholo cloves, ptr lb lOe
Whole allspice, per lb 103
Choice green gage plums, per can , 10a
V. S. brand sugar corn, per can Co
Premium tomatoes, solid meat, per 3-lb
Columbia tlver salmon, flat cans So
Monarch salmon, per can lio
Htrlnghnm brand lobster, per tin 17o
Oxford brand mackerel, 1-lb tin 10a
Granulated sal soda, per lb lo
Bell's Sopona, per lb 2o
Fairbank's Gold Dust, per pkg ISO
Ktar Bluing, 1 pint bottle. 4a
Fairbank's German family soap, per
bar j. 3V5C
Fairbank's wirown soap, per bar S'n
Falibank's cork soap, per bar Sc
Teas and Coffees.
Choice Bio eonVe, per lb 15o
Choice Oolden Bio coffee, per lb 22a
Standard Java and Mocha, per lb S2o
Fancy Ceylon Java coffee, per lb 33a
Bumplo tea, per lb 15c
Gunpowder tea, per lb 15c
Uncolored Japan tea, per lb 19a
F.nglish Breakfast ten, per lb , 23q
Formosa Oolong tea, per lb 23c
300 dozen fringed Napklnsrj x
with red borders, each & 4
60 pieces heavy Absorbent Crash,
100 dozen extra size bleached
Turkish Towel, worth 23c, only
101 dozen knotted fringe Satin
Towels, whlto und colored bor
23 dozen Chenille fitnnd Covers,
30) full slzo Bed Spreads. Mar
seilles pattern, worth 51, each...
60 dozen full bleach Dinner Nap
kins, largo size, per dozen
10 pieces best quality German
loom cream Tablo Damask,
wortli C3c, per yard.....
SO pieces 51 Inch bleached Table
Damask, pure linen, per yard...
1,600 yards brown, I.lncn Crash,
200 dozen ladles' extra heavy
mixed Cotton Hose, per pair.,..
101 dozen ladles' fast black Cotton
hose ,, ,.,,, .,.,.
60 dozen men's fast black Cotton
Sox, worth 12';C, at ,.,...,,.
100 dozen men's all wool Cash
mere Half Hose, worth 23c, per
pulr . ,, ,....,.,...,..,.
2Q0 dozen Children's Tan Hose,
worth 10c, only,.,,,
10.000 yards White Domet Flannel, J1-.
per yard ...,.....,,,.......,,. Ouls
100 pieces Tennis Flannel, per yf I
yard' , ,,. 'Hr'iKt
6,000 yards J.eulston Shaker Cin
Flannel, per yard , ,., DC
llOO-llll Main Street
NO. 81. ?r ?'- SUNDAY,
Special Sale Monday
AT S:M A. M.
200 dozn J. & 1. Coats' nnd Clark's Mile
llnd b'st Six Cord Spool Cot- IC,
ton, 2 spools for , .Ills
Special Sale Monday
AT 4:30 P. M.
Gents' White Unlaiindered Shirts, IC
worth 40c, at , IOC
Special Sale Monday
AT 12:20 P. M.
r,CA3 yards Slater & Woods' best ClxGt
Lining Cambric, worth 6c per l,
yard, nt , E t
Dress Goods Dept.
100 pieces Dres Goods, compris
ing Cheviots, Serges and Novel- IO'f
ties, per yard tc.v
130 pieces M-Inch fine English gpj
Cashmeres, all colors, worth ijc..tJKt
60 pieces 54-lnch Scotch Mixtures, OR-
north 75o, special for Monday iwl
50 pieces All Wool Colored Dress Goods, 40
to 43 Inches wide, Henriettas, Serges,
Plaids and Printed Henriettas, '&CJr
north COc, per yard v?
23 pieces line Serge Plaids, all CSOlr
wool, bright colors, worth C3o yd. OCt
40 pieces 4S-inch fine Imported Serges,
black and colors, worth 7oC, per yjQ-,
15 pieces 40-lncli All Wool Black On.
Henriettas, worth G3c, only OCi' t
200 dozen John D. Cutter's 120 yard Sew
ing Silk, clean, fresh goods, per d-
100 dozen 600 yard Basting Cotton, "S,r
worth 5c, per spool
73 gross Delong Hooks and 13yes 0-
"The Hump" card of 2 dozen 0L
300 boxes Clark's O. N. T. Crochet Cotton,
all colors and combinations, per Jl
3,000 yards Scrim for fancy work, open
work borders, plain and col- S,r
ored, per yatd LJO
SOO gross Fancy Metal Buttons, ?r,
cut steel points, per dozen Ov
23 gross Seamless Stockinette J .
Dress Shields, per pair ,Trw
50 hoxes Mohair Belting, per bolt 9 "-.
of 0 yards Evli
JB.oiise Furnishing Dept.
N'n, 8 heavy tin. copper botioni Tea ICet-
No. 2S Granite Wash Basins 12c
8 qt. Granite Milk Pans 10a
3 qt. Pudding Pans lie
5 gal. Galvanized Ash Buckets, worth
7r,c, only 35c
Hi us Padlocks, 2 keys, largo size loo
Family Hatchets Su
Stiel Wire Kails, all sizes, per pound .. 4"
Family Mall Boxes, solid iron, nith braos
I idlock, wortli 73c, special for T0
Dniys and Druggists' Sundries-
BELOW CUT HATH DRUG STORK
Palne's Celery Compound (13c
Hood's Sarsaparilla i"o
Plnkham's Vesetuble Compound Mb
Ayer's Hair Vigor 6r.c
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription !3o
Warner's Safe Cure S3o
Ayer's Sarsaparllla 67a
Scott's Emulsion, large file
Cutlcura Resolvent COc
Garfield Tea 17c
Hunyadl Water (Imported) 15c
Cutlcura Soap per cake Ho
P. & V. Quinine, per oz 43o
Pitcher's Castorla 22c
Pond's Extract sic
Alcock's Porous Plasttrs lie
EXTRA BARGAIN'S FOR THD
600 pairs Men's Calf Shoes, tips nnd plnln
toe, congress and bals.,a " r cr
worth 54, per pair iJsS ;?
2(V1 pnlrs Ladies' line Juliets, pat. QOn
leather trimmed, worth M.23, at...Cf 4i t
330 pairs Ladles' Prince Alberts, "70-.
worth 1.73, at C?C
20) pairs Ladles' White Strap San- Of5-
dais, worth t2, at 45t-
400 pairs Ladles' White Opera Slip- 7Q
pers, worth U.50, bpeclal 6 j?t
30) pairs Ladles' Flno Kid Shoes, pointed
too and patent leather tip, QC!r
500 pairs Boys' and Youths' Lace gZCSir
Shoes for Monday '-.
Children's Fine Kid Shoes, pat. OQ
tip, blzes 0 to S, at C.jj
1 lot Children's Shoes, to close, JQ-.
per pair Iww
luiwlkoroliiols and Embroideries.
Ladles' Colored Border Handkcr- CT,
chiefs, worth fc, nt jj
600 dozen Men's Union Linen Colored Bor.
dor Handkerchiefs, worth 15c, JO-,
100 dozen Men's Linen Initial I O ' -
Ladles' Linen Embroidered nnd Plain
White Handkerchiefs, worth 25c, at
I2'c and 15c.
Ladles' and Men's Silk Initial Handker
chiefs (worth double) at
f2i, G9, 39 and 48c.
Hamburg nnd Swiss Edges, worth up to
be, per yard,
2-, 3 and 4c.
Cambric Tucking, with rullle edge, worth
10c, per yard,
Children's 27-lnch Flounclngs at
, 22,25 and 29q.
Carpets and Upholstery Dept.
50 nuttcrns of Tapestry Brussels In IS to
St yard lengths, bebt quality, KQn
formerly S5o UO't
M patterns of Wilton Velvets In 20 to 30
yard lengths, best quullty, w'th gSCSr
51.15 ,, 3Sj
25 patterns extra buper Ingrain, Jt tr
worth Wa 7 .."CC
15 patterns extra Union Ingrain, fJKn
worth 35c ..., .Sj
20J extra size Cocoa mats, worth lo.r.
50 palis Embroidery Swiss fi i ne
23 Ropo I'ortleres, wortli J3,ltO iCt
100 ialr Chenille I'ortleres, perrj rCt
pair , 2.C0
SCO Juto Ruga, 18x30 Inches, II
each ,,. ., ,...,....,,.,. I IC
Of All of the Fine Stock of
H. H. Shepard, Mil Walnut St.
Look at tlie? prices. Yoti may never
havo another chance to pet such goods tu
cheap. Do you realize how much of a
savlnir this may mean to you?
Gold Pens and Pencils.
No. 1, former price, 75c,
JCo. 2, former price, $1,00,
No. 3, former price. JI.23,
now ,. .,,,,
No. '4, former price, J1.60,
No. f, former price, J2.00,
a. C, former price, $2.50, ffc f OCT
All of Alkcit, Iainbert & Co.'s celebrated
manufactuiv, and KUarnnteed.
Mounted In desk, screw, reverse or tcle
scoplo holders at one-half former prices.
60 Per Cent Discount.
AM. KINDS. AM, STYMiS.
Reporter's Note book, per doz., yttrx
were $1.00, now ,.,... frUC
Duplicate Order Books, were 23c,
Triplicate Order Books, were 23c, ni-
now ; ISuC
Duplicate Order Books, were 40c, Qflo
Triplicate Order Books, were 40c, Ofl
Books of Blank Notes, were COc,
Watch prices also on Wall Paper, Slnttoncry and Books.
I must sell all this stock at once, regardless of cost.
FRANCIS A. LEACH, Assignee.
1111 'W.A.XjnsrTTT STREET.
Suit able Suits
FALL FASHIONED FANCIES
I4-1 tlE-1 118 !
r-W 1 i3 sris 1 2
TO ORDER ?S, (fDfS TO ORDER
Buy now before the Horse Show opens.
We have just received a lot of new and
styiish goods of the kind you want.
We invite you to call.
ST fflFRAIfFR MfK MFR 00
w$r J. L. Lane .prfs. .
c-i c-tn-tLJiTjc- BfC,a,
ON A VIJKY TV'AltSl MiillT,
AM NI.VI1K SAV "Mi"
II' Till: OKIU.U'ri JI.VIIH 11V
ricw7Sitvfam - !agg
Do Vo Be Deceived
By Rlarinj; so called truthful
PIANOS and ORGAN
CHICKERIfJC & SONS.
MASON & HAMLIN,
Am known Ilia world over as Standard In
strument!., and speak for themselves. An
experience of thirty years In the Plana
and Oraaii business gives us a knowledge
of tone action and workmanship, Pur
chasing In large numbers, wo are enabled
to give our cUbtoinevb every possible ad
vantage in prices and terms. Our stock Is
the largest und best selected In the West,
und we kindly invite you to visit our wart
rooms, no matter whether you wish to
purchase or not. Catalogue free 011 appli
WHO If 5 U
1012-10(4 Walnut St..
Kaiijuu City, Mo.
SEPTEMBER!, 1895.-SIXTEEN 1 Dly Journpl
Ilooki of Blank Draft?, were 60c, OKn
now..,,,,, , CDC
Book of Blank HecelptF, were OKn
ooc, now .1,,,, , filJC
Inks and Mucilage.
Antolnc, quarts, were $1.00,
rts. were $1.00. l r
'uunine, piniF, wero tc,
Stephen's, quarts, wero 73c,
Lvison & iiiytho 11. Iu Copylm?, jtf
quarts, wero $1.00, now UC
Levisou & Blythe, Limpid, quarts, Jlt.
were ffic, now VC
Ievlson &. BIytho, Combined, yr
qunrti, were 75c, now rvJC
Lcvison &. Blythe, Champion, sf
quarts, were Jl.uo. now.,, JC
Carter's, Combined, quarts, wero Jtfr.
C5c, now ..., , ?Jj
Carter's, Combined, pints, wore r)K,-
50c, now .Jj
Carter's Wrltlnir Fluid, quarts, Slfn
were 60c. now , tUC
Carter's Wrltlns Fluid, pints, Oc.
were 40c, now , 01
Carter's MuclLat;e, quarts, wero CZfr
73c. now ,.., Uv7ls
Carter's Mucilage, pints, wero 50c, nc.
now , .Jj
Carter's Crimson Ink, quarts, C
wero $t.W, now , 91.W
Carter's Crimson Ink, pints, wero
jl.i'.i. now OUC
Carter's Crimson Ink, pints, OC-
wcre C3c, now OSls
Lenn Ifano Co.'s C2rt-
Glucluum Icns OUl
' Per Gross,
Swnn and Paul Wirt, former 6g en
price, $3.50, now.. ,. Otn3J
1119 MA!N STREET.
ARK TIIC . . ,
AT , , ,
700 and 702 flain St.
See Their New, Clean and
New and nobby styles
now ready, and 20 per cent
cheaper than anybody,
OVIATT, IIO?Malii Street.
1 ft n o
oepu.-ucb. xo "j
Will Close our Store
Monday at 12 o'clock.
Grant! Ave. and Eleventh St.
G. W. Strope & Co.
aoo wi:st ninth stiibkt.
Big Piano Sale
Wo will close out our larpo stock ot
over 100 FINE FIANOS AND ORGANS
at GREAT BARGAIN prices. We com
menco the remodeling of our ware
rooms September 1 and must have the
room. Prices on Pianos little used
from $.',0 to $150. Pianos sent us for
samples will so at manufacturers'
prices. This sale will Include the won
derful A. B. Chase, the celebrated
BEHNING, IVKRS K. POND, I.IOS
I.1IE, STIOINWAV, STllOPE, GEOR
GIA, BUSH & GURTS and others.
Don't miss this opportunity to f-ot a
FIRST-CLASS PIANOS at manufact
urer's prices of
G. W. STHDPE & CO,
200 WHST NINTH STItr.BT,
KANSAS C1TV, MO.
If out of the city,
logue and prices.
write for cata-
Will Opsn Monday, September
Fish and Oyster Co,
WHOI.KSAt.1: AMI KUTAII
9i8 WALNUT ST.
Lake, River and Sea Fish, Soft and Hard
Shell Crabs, Baltimore and New York Haw
Oysters, Clams nnd Oysters In their shell.
We carry the largest and finest assortment
ot FRESH FISH, and OYSTERS in the
We will also have our Cafe open from C
a, m. to 12 p. in. except Sundays. You can
have a fish fried, boiled or broiled. Oysters
cooked In any style, soft and hard shell
Crabs, live broiled Lobster, Oyster and
Clams on half shell, Clam Chowder, Clam
Broth, Oyster and Clam Cocktail, Pure
Java Coffee with cream. All our stock Is
fresh caught out of the waters; no canned
Goods used In our cafe; everything ntrlctly
fresh aid clean. Wo have the best ilsh
and oyster cooks west of Chicago.
Don't forsot our number
9.8 Walnut St.
Fish and Oyster Co.
Haoo-o-o o o crffi
Good Things to Eat.
Everybody likes Just such things
I do, and I am no exception to
the universal rule; In fact, I bear
It out fully, I keep u xtock of
good things good groceries, rich
In variety and QUALITY, tho last
being closely ullled to a low
PRICE. Tho fact that every day
is bringing new faces to my store,
who muko their calls regularly nnd
with satisfaction to themselves
nnd their pockets, speaks volumes
for my goods, I want to seo you
because I know my goods will
pleasa you, will tickle your palate
und close part of that gup In your
Salt I'orl;, per lb, ,,,,, Co
Best Sugar Hams, per lb,...,,,,K'o
1 Gallon Bottle Pickles ...li'io
I Quart Battle Pickles loo
Choice Sweet Country Butter,
per lb ,...,,,,..,..,. ,15n
Country Bacon , ,.,.,U'o
Best High Patent Flour, per
owl , ....,..2.35
Best Straight l'atent Flonr.per
cwt , ,....., 2.20
Best Futility Flour, per cwt., 1.W0
y, His. C Sugar , 1.00
2.1 lbs. Coarsu Granulated 1.00
21 lbs. Standard Granulated,,,, 1.00
Silver Driu Syrup, per gal,.,,,, M
Golden Drip Byrup, per gal,,,, 23
Syrups, per keg , uo
Gunpowder Tea.Soe a lb: S lbs,, 1.00
the lowest, all dav loin..
A comparison of my goods
others Is asked.
Ti. B. .XJSTIKT,
imperial lea, ;.,f a in; a ins,,,, i.uo
Oolong Tea, 25u a lb; 5 lbs,.., .!
Hyson Tea, 25o u lb: G lbs 1.00
No hour sales here-onu nrlro-.
ma main itiittti,
o o o o o o o
ADVISED THE STRIKE.
I'.X-MAYOU Htll'KINS tOtl.N.qr.t.Et) Till:
TltOtmi.l'.S OP 18(14,
CAUCUSED WITH THE LEADERS,
TK1.I.S A. It. V. OFriCIALS MOW TO
rtRl.NO l'UI.I.MAN TO TKItSlS.
llcln nlid Itonnrd Mnkn SlntrniPntu In
Wlilrli 1 liey llrrlnrn tho Jtnynr of
Clilvrtgo Itrriiiiiinpndril tlio lllg
Chicago, II!., Amr. .Il.-The Times-Herald
wilt to-morrow print the following In Its
news columns: Ux-Mayor Hopkins, of
this city, ndvised tho gr.-at railroad strike
of 15DI, which ended In such disastrous
loss uf property and llf. Tills assertion
Is made by George W. Howard, vice pres
ident and ex-member of tho board ot di
rectors of the American Railway Union,
nnd Is conllrmed by Hugone V. Debs,
president of the American Railway Union.
Mr. Howard said to-day: "Mayor "Hop
kins did advise Debs to tie up the railroads
and there are witnesses to prove It. It
Is tho truth nnd the ex-mayor cannot deny
It. I remember tho meeting well. It hap
pened In this way: Tho convention was
iu session In Ulich's hall, and the ques
tion was how to bring Pullman to terms.
It was some time previous to the ordering
of tho strike against the railroads that
we received woru mat Mayor Hopkins
would liko to seo us.
"Debs nnd I, of course, were willing to
meet the mayor. We met him In tho
Sherman house. There were him his part
ner, Secord, and one or two city olliclals
nnd a newspaper reporter. The other per
sons were Debs and myself. We met In tho
lobby near the clerk's desk. Introductions
followed und then the prospective strike
became the topic. I said: 'I believe 1
know how we can bring Pullman to terms.
I have thought It out to my satisfaction.
If wo can stop work at his repair shop3
we can eventually stop the running ot his
cars. Within -a short time car Inspectors
will refuse to pass sleepers In need of re
pairs. As the roads must have tho usual
number, they will demand that Pullman
live up to tils terms of his contract. He
will be unable to do so and the roads will
be only too glad to get out from under his
monopoly, and he will have to do some
thing.' "Mr. Secord spoke up, objecting to my
plan, nnd said the best tiling was to re
fuse to haul Pullman sleepers.
"Mayor Hopkins then spoke up nnd said:
'That's right; tie them up, Debs; tie them
up. If you only get one or two roads, It
will shut oft the revenue and bring the
old man to arbitration. I knew him for
a good ninny years, and I know he will
continue to Hunt. The shops don't cut
much of a figure. Money goes out there
as well aa it comes In. As Secord pays,
the railroads will make thu repairs on his
ears und he can shut down tho shops and
keep them closed until the men starve.
Iho only tiling to do Is to tie up some of
'th.?..! ncs that haul his cai.' "
What did Mr. Debs say."
Ho had little to say, but he made sonm
remark to the elfect that he believed the
mayor was right about the best way to
biitig Pullman n so-ne srcenVrit." ("
"Wlmt other conference did you have
witli tho mayor?"
L'f Io,.not recall any subsequent ones at
which Mayor Hopkins offered advice. Soon
after the meeting the boycott was de
clared, and the trouble spread, as Is well
known. 1 do not care to speak of the
ellect of tho mayor's attitude on the po.
lleo or what we learned of the way the
department was conducted."
A representative of the Times-Herald
visited the Mcllonry county Jail at Wood-
Hlnr.1. Yl'lir.,.. l.-,,rr...ir. 1t..1... I.. ..-.....,...- 1.1..
-..., ....... i ..uvtiu j'uun in UI VIUH ills
sent lleo imposed for contempt of court.
I Ion aid's statement, aa given above, was
outlined to lilm."
"That statement," said Sir. Debs, "is
substantially correct. I do not think It
would bo quite right for me to repeat what
Mr. Hopkins said on that occasion. It
has been a good while since then, and no
public mention lias ever yet been made of
rho i'nnvin..i linn T i,n,ilit m .., ..... .......
... ...., . ...... .v... i ..u....( .,wb WL ,I,J Ul,
accord repeat it, but since you ask me
whether It Is true, I can't deny It without
lying, and if 1 refuse to discuss the mat
ter its truthfulness will be taken for grant
ed. I do not understand that tho con
versation was altogether private. Secruev
was not enjoined, but at the same time 1
have some delicacy about speaking of It.
If tho mayor thought he was light 1 do
not seen why he should hesitate to stand
by what lie said.
"I was very much Impressed with what
Mr. Secord anil Mayor Hopkins said about
bringing Mr. Pullman to terms by refusing
to handle Pullman cars. Wo thought at
tho timo that the public would be with tin
and we wero willing to handle all trains
it tho sleepers were disconnected."
Mayor Hopkins was at one time an em
ploye of the Pullman company, but was
afterwards discharged by Mr. Pullman.
Will lie Mndn by llrltlMi Vlrn Cnimil Philip
1!. Iliirrougli to tlin London Ilnnril
British Vleo Consul Philip H. Burrough
lias been ordered by tho British govern
ment to send fortnightly reports on tho
live stock, packing house, horse and mulo
and grain Industries of Kansas City, to tho
board of trade at London. Hereafter Kan
sas City will be represented In tho Board
of Trade Journal, which Is published In
London monthly. This periodical has a
circulation of 2W,0fl0 copies, From now on
files ot It wilt be kept at tho British vico
Urank Too Miieli
At 0 o'clock last night word was sent to
tho Central police station that a man had
attempted suicide at No, His Mctlco street.
Assistant Police Surgeon Laudou wont
with tho police iinibulanco to that address
and found John Smith sulfcrlng fiom nlco.
hollo poisoning caused by a protracted de
bauch. Ho was sent to tho city hospital,
lOth and Walnut
Cabinet Photographs 3.00 per doz
en. Proof shown and all
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0BSERVANCE0F SEDAN DAY,
Tlio AimlvoMary of the tlrp.tt (lermaii Vic
tory Will tie Celebrated in nil l.n
(Copyrighted. tRM, by the Asrort.-WtM I'ro.)
liorlln. Aur. :!I.-Hdau day will bo cele
brated in a mor,' general nnd cnthiislaslla
manlier than over since W0. No buslnr ,s
will bo done nfter noon on Monday. Tho
Siemens & ltnlske p,.oplo will pay their
5,i workmen double v,ngi on that da
and will let them enjoy themselves, v
other linns will do likewise. The
ment employes will get tlnlr liolltw
full pay nnd nil tlio schools wltl bji
Tho crcbr.tlloim will commence ,
very Impiessivc ceremony, tho dcdliOW
of the Kmperor Wiltitim .Memorial oht.r,
A platform, capable of seating r.,000,'
being (Tenied for the nciominoitallon
the favored guests. Tho empiror and et.
press will in rive, nt the spot at 10 n'cloe,
erorled by n detachment of cuirassiers ol
the guard, nnd will be hand" I the golden
key ot the church, by a deputation, when
their majestic tea.h the inside of the
building. Hymns will be sung and a pa
triots sermon will be pioaeh.ii, and when
their maJ.'Mlis leave the ban Is will play
the "Waelit am Rhciii." A minion of
troops and veterans, Including Hie Gorman.
American veteiaiw who are now visiting
this city, will surround the church und
will bu reviewed by the emperor.
THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING,
I'ni.prrt of n libit lietwecu the .McDonald
Chili und the l'lillnui'l-M of tlin
llukn of Argjll.
London, Aug. 31. The valley of Ciloncoe,
scene ot the historic initssncre, promises to
bo the scene of rioting shortly, It Lord
Archibald Campbell has his own way. Ua
maintains nt Invernry castle a li.igplpo
band ot a dozen Highlanders, and ho pro
poses to march through tho glen on tho
eve ot September , playing pliirochs, etc.
The descendants of the Mnerionalds are up
In arms against the action upon the part
of a descendant of the Duke of Argyll, who
was instrumental in the, massacre, and
they threaten to nttnek the party. Lord
Archibald Campbell has applied to the po
lice for protection, but he refuses to aban
don the Idea of marching through the
WALL STREET EXCITED.
Operation! of tho Mmictury Trust In St
I'niil Mm k It tin. Talk of II
New York, Aug., 31. (Special.) The Wall
Rtl'onf tintl?t.f ifia ni'nlri lionti itpnnili,
-.w ....., ii..i "Fii'iii uivu hi mil v JV- I
cited during the past week, under tho lead-
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viatiii, u, .-3i, i am, ljiu .uuiieiury i nisi,
of CO Broadway, New York city, has ac
cumulated large amounts of the common
stock of this railroad for its clients and
predicts much higher prices.
Persons accumulating money for Invest
ment can deposit it In the United Slates
Tiust Company, New Yoik Life building,
with perfect safety, nnd receive a small
rate of Interest until iisnd. The company's
capital nf one-quarter million dollars Is
Invested In V. K. lionds at par for the se
curity of all depositors.
The Procession of buyers is com
ing our way. Laborint; men, busi
ness men and professional men. Wo
labor alike to please and satisfy all.
And we come "mighty nigh" doing
it with our J?20 SUITS. Thero
never has yet been made such thor
oughly good through and through
suits as we put up for that money.
Elegant patterns, fine trim and
tailoring as can be done why
shouldn't men bo satisfied? They
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bargains and your feet will-"
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