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TI1K KANSAS CITY JOUKiVAT, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21,1805
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ii nvrnup In Newport It
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. a oref tin cotUe-hta.
dri inotm-ftvp pniwn wi thr
ii. i aiMrrxKii of two-thlra of
u or noetety. In New York. Uo
' , Irtplila nnJ Chlenffo. Out It
i -ml half n hour to pnle out
a i,ir of rt Innir llt of nvn' immes
i.vk 1ivp of tin llttlr olume.
i i cry name ft row i nijitif r
ii th- ftmlllnr ln of hi dollar
in brackets beyond, were a inrj;'ti
lkU, that only Warn ltuelll-
a i. n the finder renlmeil ho liml
i '. of dli-overy on a rnmplelo
young m-ti ho worldly Roods
I'. 'in to a prominent pluco In the
, in. al mark'-'.
n i 'v the thrifty ownr of the lentli-
i. iiut to lirlmc . it x I'lmtante
r t r the t tit- r h.vl h'fii at noine
Mil w au:n'.
o. ir v. unr.MONT.
in . rollct all powlbli pvlilnnce. that
i m t.1 make n raltnkc In whom to ?n
.j!iru'i mil who lo frown upon among lu
ii.i k 'inan'n adinlrcrv, anil rlKht alonj;
a' h. tu of her Hat Mooil the unnmrrleil
liur r, ,. iiiKi'St fori line.
fn r,' Vandorbllt nlul Mr. JauiPs Van
.i hi-.i'li'il nil the rist, for tliouich the
t rmr. of one ai leKlaterHil at fa"i.l1iV"J
.in i i j' of the xecond only at STi'W").
t i u il position of thy latter weigh"
li avilj in the balance.
llvcrv foml mother la led to hope, lhat
thji-,h tin k Kentlumen hae pis"d un
t it In i ihioUKh many euoii' of lmd
i.ll l, .uity. hiT daughter will yet bear
u ' f the prlzea uiul the first men
tju 1 party l preferml. Hia years 111
i i iiuliii but 31, hl.i tastes nre lo
iii t and nrtlstie, hl manners are sra
1 1 nit hii country houee perhaps the most
-lil ti 'i i In the world, and he la known
tj lni. not only a great fondness and
Knowi' !.;. of precious stones, but a very
iluaai ollection of them, undoubtedly
tj bi raii'.ferred to the lad) he will llluku
Mr an Alen comes of a line old New
icrk liuuh family, sajs the little liook
tha peaks with authority, and though
no lo ir. r exactly a youuir man, he l a
iamoub whip, keeps comet film; like twelve
hoists in his stables, uiul his Kllzulu'th
couriry place at Newport shelters the most
1 . 1 1 (lOi -in. nUGCNB HIQGINS.
1 1 I i xcluslve house parties In
He in a widower, having first
i Mis- Attor, and when ho goes
nil i-taln. d at some of the very
naiiitiy houses in England.
i obstinate bachelor, registered
uii, ai, Kugone Hlgfc-ins, the
id leadtr iimona" American
1 1 in eomitry house aud stable
,t wn, N. J,, hi. income is
. at km a. yi. i, mid his name
I a KUa Ullver II. i l!i .
uho 'ome is lilvnv at 1Ri.0ii.
'i - 1 -it ;. Atift iiai't Ui (itilto
nl Ii. van Alt.nV. It Is far
iiii otli. wni!: nj prjuder
i- t ud la -j u-ty than ihd
w a uillful black any yellow
' I '"l t was lanponaid Stew-
e ! the shad l.Je of 40,
of the cboniwst eotil-
II is witty mo'ther's standby,
i .lit jf the debutants to whom
I.. ... flowers ami bon-bons,
i - I uiisclf a iiubiio spirited' person
. onl half the n ome from his
i i.t i5,tmiM). i(. tmrt no sneviui
j t "ii for sport.
H i 1 Ooul.l tats .i nvii finious as a
i i .n on both ..i the water
"'- hi W5.MO i ii .u hontsi ttii'l
"! lie is taiii to re making- a
" i tlnn to hans lit a house of his
l lu be built
ir ir iln i.nnes m the !Ut ap-
ritji. i .i ! rikk tin jiniii'i io uiaik
Z?r '.--sr2:? "xw.. ..
wr I- - m ( -
joani'ii wh'KN'ijh, jn,
the specially eligible One ot them dl
t ngu.-ln.iu young Krank Speysr regis
ter i at Jld.iuj.oou, with the aaijuncts of a
im nooiier )ariii unu a great siatile
fi.t f h.rs.es. He U BOod tu look upon,
I a !n i ma to his jcojili und wrulth, umt
1 won., rtully gc-ueroua. loutributiiijf lib
era ay lu all softely t-baritie, und earns
th" grailtud of overy debutant by act
In: us ohtbf .itpmoUr in Uiohelor balU,
or is ho(t on camping parties and expdl
t ni.s t" St. Augoatlne. guebte awl even to
caiifori. a lu a privute. car.
It 1 ihr rn. ii who hai" the bump of hos
iiltal -j iue iy il. ilupdl that the fah
lor iln.- nioilui warmly favor and another
a- nk -toud uii r tbt name of Cadwal
Ji , the inilraiiit Ntw York lawyer, who
jaki-H v. r with him every autumn a Par.
ty to jlll a Scotch cattle, he rents from
the Karl of Aneater for tho hunting -ea-tor..
Ills fortu&o U wrltt.n in six ilguri s
unit li..- tastes ure ijultv like rho-c'of,
jour.- Allien Armour, who has a steam
y.i. hi J j ijd.uw, u homo in Chicago in i
will oini day be latiuius for hln - limine
-work JI i u. ioiuLerful geologist, uu
n inpl -he 1 muili Ian, exeeedint:lj hanu
ome stid Ills nearest rival In the heart I
i s.nyvw. J n ii ei ira n '
ttlr. feaJBSLrJlBi C3
I VM -S$ VJiJM
. vas jl s "v
r r-nl l iinr !,. T I a'm. r, owner of
it ink - l.oi'r, tin iatntm, and hi
fith't eari iiim Hint inouni up to solm.
thing like ll.VWU,
Ooltiff "I'll farther nlleld the )lt In
eluded .1ocph Wl.bner, Jr , the lendliiif
I'hllnddphla four-lli-hrttider, who l ft
'own not only njt cr rh h, but his pood
looks and a ery pxeplbtfil dlstiooltlim
wero not'il nm wv'irhty re. omtneiidntloni.
N. tl wri) holed the Ingratiating eharac
I. iltlc or Henry Hmm, a mail from Clove
I Hid, president of the M., K. & T. rail
road, with over 160,(10 a year, Jiortes and
n rehooiier acht.
After Mr. Itous' name a broad mark was
drawn and the history r- commence I again,
but under the title of eligible who linve
rkh fathers, not on the whole as delrable
as the flMt iiientlonwl whose fortunes are
their own and not a matter of spnciilntlon.
Kyes oT apirnnl were enst on the still
growing sons of Corni'lluq and Willie Van
drrbllt, who ore about lo net their degrees
at Vale, for they are tall athletic toting
sters, good looking, with high standing at
college and well worth watching. Their
nearest prototype are the two tall boys
of William C. Whitney, one of whom l
aid to Inherit all his father's polltlenl
ability, while the other I a wonderful shot
Another pair of joungstcri, perliap le
a onipllstiil. but who'i" fortunes are in
-did as rnlled Slatis IkiihIs, are John 1J.
i" I William ItockefelbT, Jr. They are the
i lett son of the Stiindurd Oil brothers
mid ate alrendv making fortunes under
their father's eyes, an Is the Joungest son
of I'hlllp Armour.
The great asphalt king, Uarlier, is end
Ine his son through oxford, but brings
I lui oer to the States eery summer
win-re as master of the groat steam yacht
Si pphlre, be is learning to become a cap
ital host. He 1ms got an iiterlnk befoio
his name 111 the list, but oung John Wan
amakii, who has been blowing lu his fath
er's hard oiiMiod dollars with u ten foot
bellow i, gets it black cross and the Word
"doubtful' befoie his.
Altogether this register Includes rome
thing like sixty names of men whose lor
tunes or piospects run well Into the mill
ion", and on (In- whole no liner array of
uiimntrlcd wealth has ivi marked a w In
tel season. Vet it must be said. In Justice
to the compiler of thii list, that emphasis
Is not laid on the dollars alone. Evidently
the Ideal son-in-law, though ho must have
wonlly goods uUh which to endow his
bride, In the literal Scotch Interpretation
of onsen, gear and ke, with a house and
haddon and ilbr foibe, must alo ihissoss
acruinpllsliiucnts as a hoit as well as nth
leto and altogether seems an Impiowmcnt
on the parties of other times, who dug
their fortunes out of mines or oil wells and
were simple millionaires and nothing mote,
from the social standpoint.
How many of the millions of people who
h.ie listened to the sweet stialns of that
plaintive old song, "Kathleen .Mnvour
neen. are awaie that the composer Is still
living? A famous writer has said: "There
Is no eloquence that thrills like Irish elo
imenee. tin re Is no poetry that touches
like Irish poetry; theie Is no wit so keen
as Iilsh wit; theie is no melody so sweet
and pliiintHe as Irish melody."
The composer of "Kathleen Mavourncen"
Is ut piesent at Portland, where he goes
otery summer to W.sit his old friends.
Ihe composer's iiamo Is F. Nichols
Crouch, and he was born in Devonshire,
In the Wen of Hngland, In July, ISAM. His
hair Is as white as the driven snow, but
Ills frame Is si m rrwt and he Is as young
as eer and his soul Is full of music. Mu
sic is his life and loe, and. old a he Is,
he Is continually writing and composing,
and the writer listened for some time to
sweet melodies nnd good harmony which
he had Just made.
He is a man who loves sociability, and
makes thoroughly enjoyable every hour
.iu nro with him listening to his tund of
uiit-cdotc and reminiscence.
Professor Crouch has had an eventful
life. The story ot the writing of "Kath
leen" is this: In 1S37, when Mr. Crouch
was 10 years old, he noticed one day In n
llrltlkli maguziiie the little poem of "Kath
leen Mavourneen," and was struck with
the rythmic beauty of the lines and the
tender pathos of the theme. They kept
running in his head, and one day, while
riding about tho grounds of the Jmke of
lleiiford's castle at Unglev, he evolved the
melody of "Kathleen," that was destined
to be sung by countless generations and In
almu.it evi-ry tongue.
When he returned to his lodgings lie
completed the song It was llrst sung by
himself at a little concert In Plymouth,
and after the concert he presented tho
score and copyright to Mrs Peter Hoen,
the wife of a music deuler ot Plymouth,
of whom he was very fond
The music house of Uoen failed, and
their effects passed to the large house
of D'Almalue & 'o, of London, und they
published the song.
It went like wildllre, and edition after
edition was exhausted. Into almost every
country, clime and language went this
simple Irish song, with Us softening mel
ody. Until haidiy a civilized uutlon re
mains that does not know sweet "Kath
leen" fortunes have been mado out of this
song, the copyright once having been sold
ut auction, after many editions hail been
published, for fiMMO, and many a concern
has got rich from Its bales, Out of all
this vast niiKiuni of money the poor old
composer has never received a dollar.
crouch has written many famous songs,
but none has appnaiched "Kathleen" In
Iiopulailty. Home idea of the extent of Its
ilr. ulatlon eun be gained from 1ho fact
that thirty-three houses In America alono
haw- published this song.
Profiteer i.'rouch cumu to America In
WJ with Max Merotir to establish Italian
opera In this country, but tho bclicino was
a. lluaiu lul failure.
H then taught music seven years In
Portland, and subsequently resided In
Philadelphia, Washington and tho South.
lie fi rved ull through tho war In tlio
I "onft-derato niniy of Northern Virginia,
umt t-arrles tho scars of heero wounds
II.. lias llve.1 for noino venrs In Tt.iltlioorn
and It It- still his home.
There Is Hunurthlnir pathetic nliout this
ibur old musician. .Io will never grow old,
1 but will live on in his atmosphere of poet-
' rv nml mimic until be loins tha choirs In
the menial city and listens to the liar
monk Of heaven.
'I he Ullage Or.uln.
Hi Death the wentlier-beaton porch
Tliut shades the village moro
He sits ut ease, an aged man
(if three-score ears or more.
That ample seat for him Is placed
jiLsiiiu tho open door.
Ills fj.ea Is very keen and shrewd,
And piercing are his eves,
As with an air of piophecy
lb- scans the cloudy skies;
And children look Willi nwu on him,
for ho Is wealher-wte.
And Jolly fanners, riding by
(m lruKraut loads of has.
("all out "(loud morning. Uncle. Dan!"
And "Will It rain to-day"'
And bom who would a-lUhlng go
Await what ho will tay.
"Wa-ul, ef th' wind should change about
(Tluiy llnteii cugerly.
Hut he Is slow und calm,
l-'or thus Miuiild piophuts be)
"Mcbbu them clouds will bilng us rain;
Hut 1 dunno." ku lie.
And over, as the keusona come
auu us tin- seasons go,
The urucle Is askud the signs
Of wind or lain or snow.
And still he mi el licyliuttH
i To unswer "i dunno."
Why He saved lllin.
I'argo Forum: There was an oV negro
floatlag In a kkllt on the head waters of the
l,u king He was lUhliig hh mighty tine
down that way He had a boy In the boat
v.ah li.m who kepi lo'iking Into (ho water
until I.e lr! I s i.ilanee and do-app-ared lu
the wai.r Q'i k-r Hun I loull tell jou
the f ' 1 man ha lbs. oat oft and dove for
the boy le brought him up all right, then
AT rS'R n AY
-', ' rasSg V,2i xtt
rowed for Hie shore. Whrn they got out,
dr pping, nl course, n vhii in.tn who had
ii the whole bulnes complimented the
ol l man on his heroic net.
lie must be n. eon of our, said the
"No. no. snli! no son o' mine."
' Nephi , Mich?"
'No no. snh; no ntphew."
"N , ho rouln."
'Th' n you dr-erve nil the more credit
fur iivmg his life,"
"Will, I don't know 'bout that, bos,
V ii fee, he had nil the bait In his pock
Weights mid Meiiires.
Piur lenspootifuls of liquid equal one
1 1' li poonftil
1 uu- Inblespoohfiits of liquid eqitnlionc
I. ilf tin
l-.iur tnblespoonftlls of liquid eqtini oho
One tnbtcspoonful of liquid equals one
one pint of liquid rqtints one patind.
Two gills nf liquid equal nnr-linlf pint.
One kltchrit riipful equals olie-lmlf pint
One quart of Mfted Hour eqimls one
Pour cupfuls of Hour equal one pound.
One t.tblesiKionful of Hour equals one
Three cupfuls of commeal equal one
One and onc-lmlf pints ot cornmenl equal
one etipfut of butter equals onc-hnlf
one pint of butter equals one pound.
One tublesiKionfiil of butter equals one
One pint ol chopped suet equnis one
Ten eggs eqilfll onp pound.
Two cupfuls of granulated yttgnr equal
one twiind. . . .
One pint of granulated sugar equals ono
pound. . ....
One pint of brown sugar equals thirteen
Tw-ii'nnd one-hnlf cupfuls of powdered
sugar equal one pound.
Slvteen drams equal one ounce.
Sixteen ounces equal one pound.
A Hay on.
In tho silence ot their shadows In their
robes ot green and brown,
The woods have such a welcome for a fel
low off from town, ,
The trees thev bow "Uood morning" In a
And the brooks that tos tho lilies seem to
say seem lo say,
"Your busy life 1 folly
How sad your cities look!
Hut the life I lead is Jolly:
Halt 5onr hook, bnlt your hook!"
In the silence of their shndows In their
blossoms raining down.
The woods are so inviting to a fellow oft
from town! ...
Tile broad oaks wave their banners, and
airy llddles play.
And you set .vour soul to loafing where the
"Your city life is folly;
A blossom on a brook:
Hut the life we lead Is Jolly;
Halt jour hook, bait your hook!"
F. Ii. Stanton.
Wo Never Know.
W" never Know the Joy of It
Till love bus turned to hate.
Nor heed the crimes that we commit
Until It is too late.
We never miss the sun so much
As when It has gone down,
Nor know the bliss that's In a klfs
Till wc have felt a. frown,
The empty aims when loved ones part
Prom being Idle, ache.
We never know we've got a heart
Till it begins to break.
wim: ami oriu:icwii:.
Their redeeming feature Mme. Hashlleii
"I think Huskln's titles for his books are
.Mine. Smlthson "How so?"
"When you know the title of one ot his
books, you nlway.s know one of the things
It Isn't about." Home' Journal.
"Yes," ?ald the Inventor, "I think I see
millions In it, if 1 can only get the tiling to
"No doubhl," said the doubting friend.
"What have you In mind now?"
"A scheme for confining cyclones In bi
cycle tires. See? There Is your iibal
Tonme ut nierelv the cost nf emitliro " In.
San Francisco Chronicle: "Mamma."
"You licked me last week for whaling
Jlmmle Watts and papa licked me yes
terday 'cause Johnny Phelps walloped me."
"I'm wondering what'll happen home
tlme when it's a draw."
London Tld-Illts: "I see you nro build
ing a new house, Mr, Hung."
"Yes-, you nro right."
".Mado the money out of whisky, I sup
"Why, you are a liquor dealer, aren't
"Oh, yes; but the money I'm putting Into
this house was made out of the water I
put Into the whisky. Kvery farthing was
uiude out of water, sir."
Indianapolis Journal: "When was It,"
asked the Inquisitive boarder, "that cattle
were used as money?"
"I think." said the Cheerful Idiot, "that
It was about the time when the popes be
gan issuing bulls."
He pointed the gun at his lifelong friend,
And pulled the tiigger in merry glee;
There was nobody died.
Hut the tunny man's hide
Was bruised and blackened from end to
end. Chicago Itecord.
In summer he swore ut the swilterlng heat
And In winter he cuised at the cold;
Hut what he will do In the 6weot bj-und-by
Is a tale that will never be told.
The most patient boy In the world lives
In lllnghamton, N. Y. lie wmt to tho
house of a neighbor for a cup of sour milk.
"I haven't anything but bvvee-t milk," bald
tho lady of the house.
"Then." said the obliging lad, as he took
a seat, "I'll wait till il sours."
Chicago Iteoord: "Say, Swipsey',s gone."
"Hey fink "e's kidnaped."
"How? How? Who'd svvlpo such a kid?"
"Hat's all you know 'bout it lie swal
lowed a U'-dollar pleco jlstiddy,"
Somerville Journal: Old Moneybags "And
cun jou earn enough, young man, to sup
port my daughter In the style to which
slu has been accustomed?"
Young man (pioudly) "I should not think
of such a thing, sir; but I can show In r
how to Mend jour fortune In much better
stjlo than you know how to do It."
This expectation is a Jade
That tills us full of woe;
It's better not to meet the maid
Wc loved a month ago,
Chicago Times-Herald: "Ho j-oii think
there Is much sentiment In busltiess?"vi n
tured the gentle old fellow who writes tho
stories for children,
"Not very much, I fear," the staff poi t
replied. "Hut," ho uddtd, more- cheerfullj,
"tliero'a n good deal of business In tcntl
for ruin ?
I llll 1 Oil? IIIIUK
"Ye-us; cotton an' my fcelln'sl"
ni.l....n l,nnnw.l. H'.-t... -..l. ...llll ln
.IC.!KU ittTimii. tn iuii iiiiiiiuiiiiii II
(pale but ociliii) "My dear, wo shall have
tu put off the party."
IIU wife (dreadfully nglated)-"What has
"You know we have engaged a duke?"
"And a woman with a past?"
"Well, they've olopod together."
After studying RuglUh for a few months
a Fieiichman wrote tu an Ainerlian friend:
"lu mi.ill time I can team kO many Hug-Ht-h
as 1 think 1 will couiu In America aud
gvi on the ncaftuid to lecture."
"Thero are cake-j where guesswork Is
better th n practical demonstration,"
bald the prudent man.
"Yus. Take, for example, tho case of
the man who has a ourlokity about hovv
l'ar out ha can wvvtin at the kiuklde,"
Tommy--"Isn't that a line Hat fish. Un
Pnclo Hon "No, It isn't; but It's a flne
Totmny "Wull, If it Is, Uncle Hob. It
mut have btcu put through a edothvs
wringer after It came out of the water."
Parker "Jones takes a charitable view
of everjthlng; never condemns anyone
except on the clt-atc-st evidence."
Harker "Is that n?"
Parker "Yek, I think Jones could loso
an umbrella without concluding that it
had been ttolen." Puck-
"Hovv's times In your i-ectlon, mj
I'Aufnl! Ileno l-.ilnln' .lv weeks
Willi limlii'l vnu In co oriivlii'
"Not mo! Fell trom gtaeo two
WOMEN MOST SLEEP.
Value of Paine's Celery Compound to
tho Sick and Nervous.
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Tho burdens of life are not equally borne
bj- men nnd women.
Women too often puffer from some weak
ness that was never Intended for them by
When trouble or hard work or excite
ment have rendered the nervou? system fo
morbidly wide awake thnt sleep Is denied,
the over-tired brain must lie helped to gt
quickly back to Its healthy normal condi
tion or serious mischief ensues.
Paine's celery compound accomplishes
this as nothing else has ever done.
It at once begins to regulate nnd equalize
the overwrought nerves and to restore to
them their lost tone
It brings to the .1 -- ibl. d. debilitated nerv
ous tispues the pi i ' ir nerve food which
they must have to build up their parts.
WASTING WSEASKS WEAKEN WONDEB
' ' fully bei auii- tticj vvenkca j ou iilow .y, gradu-nllj-.
Do not o.low this vvasto of body to icaka
you a poor, tl.ittv,lminnt lire mnn. Health, i-irenffth
unit visor Is fi r uu vvlietlur yuu he rl -h nr poor
'IheOrcat Huilruii Is to bo had orly fnuu tin lluil
ton Meillc.d Institute. This wonderful ';iscoverj-wasmn-lebvi
u npeclalliitsof theoul tammi Ilud
pnu Medical ii itiluto. It Is the htrci-i it und must
luiwrrlul vltallziT rar.i!e. It lsi,o powerful thut It
15lmplvvuinli rful how harml. ss It Is. Yen cnu
Bet It from imwh. re but from tlio llii-Isnn Mcdk.il
Institute. rite (nr circulars mid tistimonlals.
This extraoritln.iry Itejuveiiator Is tlio meit
vvonilorful ilivnviryot tlio ia;e. It hns Iieeii i -.-dorse
il by the leading sclcutlllc men of Europe and
31 UllTn.V Ii purely veeotablc,
IM'llV.v.Y Heps prciiiiiturciicss of tho dis
charge In tvu-niy days. Cures J.OsT SIAA
IKXIII, cniitIp:aloll,dizzlnis, falling setistillotis,
nervous twit, lai g of the c j-is nnd other parm.
htreiiBitn n, InvUorattH nnd tunes the cntlro
Fystem. It Is ils cheap ns anj- other ri medy.
IIUIIVAN cures debility, niTvuiiMii'ii, finbi
slons, und develops ninl rcstons weak orcans.
1'iilns la Hie bin k, losses hydajor night stopped
qulcklj-. Over S,U0 prlvnte Indorsements.
rreniaturi'iii-ss means Impotcncy In tho first
ftage. Itlsasimptomot remlnal weakness nnd
barrenness. It can bo stoppeil In twenty days by
thou'oof Jluil.ian. lludyaa costs uomorutuan
tny ottier n mi d.v.
Send for cm ul.irs snd testimonials.
TAI.VI'I'.tl IILOOII-linpuro blood due to
eirlotis priv ute ill", rilorscnrrlt-s myriads of hnre
producing ei mis. 1 hencompSMirn throat. pimple,
copper tolon d pjots,ulccr& In mouth, old sores and
filling hslr Y-si' m feaven trip to Hot Hprhts by
nrlUclor'Illouil llonk'tothuoM phytlclans of tli
UI H.SON KlKllirAL. INSTITUTE
htoeUliin, .VlnrUcI and I'.lllil till,,
fcAN ritAN'CISCO. CAI.
'mm V rmrnal nf 3fiMt,
Prof W. II Peeke, who
nukes a kpeculiv of
Epile'piy, lus without
mure eases tlunany liv
id" Ph ician ; Ins sue
ceisisaMi mslimir We
of ca- es of
work on this drease, which he sends with a
larce buttle of hi absolute cure, free to any
suflerers who may send their P.O. and Express
address. We advise anyone wishing a cure to
address Prof. W. II. PEEKE, F.D., A Cedar
Street, New York.
.have placed fho,
or r JlluLJ,
DR. C. M. COB'S
iMcdical and Surgical Sanitarium,
Most dllllcult operations. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Kxpeneuced nurses aud home
liook of information free.
S. W. Coin 11th ami Broadway
..Oj'S- , vl' I Willi 'j Cu
$M v , Willi 2$
a t m
"I tool; Paine's celcrj- compound for dj-s-pepsta.
nervousness and sleeplessness,"
s.iys l,ile H. Smith, of Wllllamston. N. J ,
"and I can recommend It a a good medi
cine. As a result of taking It. I feel better
than I have for several j-ear "
Paine's celcrj- compound Is a perfect
nerve food. It quickly feeds weakened
parts, removes all Irritation, allows the rest
from pain thej- need so badlj, and restores
all the myriad deep-lying nerve parts nil
over the body to a healthy, quiet working.
This l.e the way this remarkable Invlgora
tor makes people well.
Heports of Its mntvelous working come
from cities as far apart as New Orleans
and Montreal. There is not a town large
enough to stand on a railroad map that
ht.s not contributed some word of warm
praise nnd gratitude to the gnatest nerve
ai.d blood remedy of this stirring end of
the nineteenth century.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
HJREAL PAINLESS DtNTIST
Over no Tooth 1 tractod Daily. NO
PAIN Ol: DA.NULU Artilieiul Teeth
warranted to J-'it I'on'eutly. Decayed
and uchiiiii' toetli, if iiortli it, tilled and
725 RflAIN STREET
ALTAIAN, KAULBACH . CO., Frops.
j'lioiograpnea 1 rom 1,114
'i 111: j'nvi:itrui.
j hum it j(i:.Mi:nr,
"Dr, DeLap's New Tonic Pills." I
Produrcs the ohovp result In 10 DAYS
-NO l,ONlU:itl It acts iiowerfully
and nuic'hb. Cured othe-rs, will cure
you Vountt nitn will n-auln their lost
uinnhoo I and old men will recover
their jouthful visor. It uuickly and
positively ouren NKKvuUSNKSd,
caused from excess, uto of tobacco
or otner stlniuluntH 1 test ores LOST
I'OWIIH and VITALITY, 1.MPO
TKNX'Y. XIOIITI.V K.MISSIONS.
FAJLINO Mi:.MUltY.VASTl,N; IJIH
HAdKri and Al.l, cltccta of self.abube
cr cxcfs und Indiscretion, which un
Ills ono for marriage, business or
study It not only cures by striking
at the ceat of the dln'Use, but It Is a
fre.it isijiivK luaie nno Jil.iiuii
I'ltlFIlllt. It brhiBs ha. k tlm IMtfK
OI.OW TCJ l'AI.U CIi:i:ivS and re
stores the rilti; Ol-' YOl'TH, Insist
on your druuulst glvlns you "UU-
tAJ'B no otner us iciuai,
nrenared from the nrescrlntioi
1)13 LAP, the great French physi
cian, who has had thirty j cars'
prm-tlre, hospital and 0III1 e, in l'arls,
on Nervous lllseases. (.'an be carried
111 vesc poch- 1. a 111 uy mail tseaieill.
postai-e pall, f 1 00 n-ukak'e, or SIX
l'At KAtihU FOlt li.W, WITH A
WIHTTllN OLAUA.NTi:i3 TO JOSl.
TIV13I.Y eilitU OH Hlil'UNU TH13
JOHNSON BROS., Druggists,
ilia btrrot, Haiu.n Ity, o.
Ky.- Tested I're.
1030 MAIN ST..
likuui City, 3Io.
' iff& . V&fi' jd?M3
I J - , feW;&l
t V iAw i iy1 '
a mi bar
I 0 inn aii
i Day Here.
Tlic Growth of This Store Knows
The records of each day arc but inspirations to bet
terment on the morrow, and the bargains of one Satur
day but an index of the many that are to follow. No
records of the past will show the equal of the tempting
lots we have gathered for to-day.
S LADIES' Better than
HOSIERY. any previ
ous offer, for two reasons
because we expect to always
do better, and because we
3 want you to sec tins stock.
Its second to none.
Ladles' IJIncU Cotton Hose, with
high spliced heel ami double sole, lGc
a pair. We'd like you to comparo
thofc with other's advertised !Dc bar
gains. 1'ull, seamless, lnit lllaclt Hose,
good 15c values, 10e ti pair.
lllnelc Iiiste Hose, our great .10c
value, double sole, heel nnd toe, 33c
a pair, on Saturday only.
we'd like you
Low Neck, Sleeveless fancy lace
and ribbon trimmed, regular 25c
value, 15c each.
BOYS' WAISTS Glad
AND BLOUSES. to let
them go even at a loss. Lines
are broken some sizes
missing, but there's a pre
mium put upon your coming
to see if size wanted is here.
35c nnd 50c Waists and lllouses
1 T5e nnd OSc Waists and lllouses
now -1 1c.
A few Wash Sailor Suits at just
Jewelry. Here are the
reasons for our having built
up such a Jewelry trade in
so short a time.
One lot neat, stylish, plated stick
pins, 15c kind, 5c each.
Xew line Silk darters, nico plated
buckles and ribbon bows, all colors,
25c a pair.
riner ones, with richer buckles,
New Bicycle stick aud Jersey l'ins,
Trilby Hearts in three sizes, fancy
and plain, special, 2.1c.
Trilby Chains, -14 inches long, sil
ver plated, 23c,
Black enameled, same longth, 30c.
SDAY, OCT. I
Great Parade of
Q Gorgeous Floats!
A PAGEANT OF
Unsurpassed Grandeur and IVia
THE Ninth Annual Parade of the PRIESTS OF
PALLAS will occur
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 1
and the management announce that this will in
many respects eclipse all previous efforts. Great
care has been taken in the selection of subjects,
with a view of making this the grandest of all
the grand dispUiys made by Kansas City's famous
PRIESTS OF PALLAS.
Aft ME CADE DRTE has boon miulo by all railroads,
UllL"l HOC llll I L good September 80th to October
Uth, inolusive. Dou't fail to como to Kansas City, Tuesday,
Octobor lst and witness the most elaborate, instructive and
entertaining parade over given under the auspices of the
Priests of Pullns.
u. w. woomvAitu. r. a. vaxon; j. c. huuio.n.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALURS IN PAINTS, OILS AND (iLASS.
1206 nnd 12Q8 Union Avo. (Noar Unlop Dopot), Kansas City, Mo.
. ' ,,
-- .- iii -?
ad Hardware Co,
nri'iiits rem ciiahtkk uaiin,
AT TUB HOTEL.
AT TUB IIAItnEn SHOP,
AT THK HOME.
TIUJ MI.VI.lt II) Will. CO. Blve your llueit
ilemi, pure, lieiiltli) work.
Silver Towel & K. C. Towel Co.,
A. C. 1 TLKtlUSO.V, Vrojf.
the Other. M
TOILET Not old stock
GOODS. or adulterated
kinds, but freshest, newest
makes, just a notch below
old stock price marks else
where. Lundborg's Perfumes nnd Triple
ijxtrncls, per 07. 20c. Isn't n 20 per
cent saving worth looking after?
rinnud's Kau do Quinine, per bot
Crown Lavender Salt7, per bottle,
Mlcholson's Bar Hum, largo size,
rozzonl's Tnco 1'owdor, 27e.
Cosmo Buttermilk Soap, per cake,
l-'ino imported ollvo oil Castile
Soap, 10c size calces, 5c
Bernhcimer's Bay Hum, 45c stzo,
VEILINGS. Special offer
for Saturday. About 35
pieces fancy and plain Veil
ing, comprising 35c and 30c
values, we'll put out on bar
gain counter at 25c a yard.
Full line black with white and
white with black Veilings.at attract
FEATHER Some of the
BOAS. very choicest.
A line complete, embracing
every style and grade cult
ured taste could suggest.
Prices on them that will en
tertain and please.
THE Every wom-
HILLINERY an in Kan
OPENING. sas City is
on the tiptoe of expectancy.
More is expected of us, and
more will be shown. There'll
be no "Sac" in connection
with our opening, but a rich,
regal opening, enlivened by
the inviting strains of a harp
orchestra from 10 to 12 a.
m. and from 2 to 5 p. m.
Nothing has been will equal
it, and we doubt if any else
where will approach it. But
you be the judges.
Bunting for decoration
here in abundance.
G. BERNHEIMER, BROS. & GO. i
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished,