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rill) KANSAS CITY toUKNAL SATUTtr awtrrimnwu .ai$
Tin? KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 18U&.
CLARK'S THIRD DAY.
MORE THAN EVER.
RALSTON HEALTH FLOUR SALES
ki.hction nt.i!i cari: piiomibks to
in: a rjtoMiNtit'.n on
en a ran a ma xrx n era a ira BR9I ificn ?i H F1 i 0 El f
THE TESTIMONY OF BRADBURY,
TUt.t.S limv II P. IIKCAMK A l'MANT
tool or tiu: uami.
lie Tell! How May, .Mnrs.ii nnd Krni-ger
Inmncti'd Him l' OrgaiiltB n I'orce
to llri lint ChMlrnictTj mid
Wlln I'ltntj f Mc
The tMrd lny of th Arthur O. Clark
tt.tt (or election lrin.li. alt-Bcd o lift
V n committed last November while Clnrie
wiw letting nj a JudK in the Hfth election
preclnol of the Hecond ward, was clotsd yes
Urdy at Mori, Ju.litf WolTorct holding that
u nee J ft un"l Monday morning w-culd
. natlj lenelU Ihe Ji'y and U' Contend
ing kt tlNieyPt. ,
I p to the time of adjournment the state
liiul Introduced not more than one-hair or
its eilJiii'-e, ar.il II Is evident to all that
the ii" will consume the stealer part of
next week with R hure possibility of Us
unun m. until Haturday. At any mle
the grand J :ry adjourned yst-Mv until
one wnk fiuf" to-morrow, and this fact,
cms Jerltii.- that th. criminal court Is
iow bdur, 1 Its docket, H alone aulllelent
to suggest that Judge Wofford expects the
C,ark trial to drug Its weary length
Miroughout the entire week of the Kurnival
Th vl' -rv of the state Friday In se
curing tra evidence of Mini:, the Indicted
iu lion Julge. and gtttlug most of It he
fore tho Jurv, had not pissed from the
: indfl o( Iip spectators, when I. 11. Und
bury, another Indlef-d politician was
jila rJ en tho stand. Jly his evident tho
'iti- hujed lo prov; a conspiracy between
John May. Krueg-r nnd othets. but U3
Judco '.voftorJ shut otit most of Hrad
bury's evidence, on the ground that 'I did
not Irni lli-ate the defend'uil nor In any
wiy cotin"t mIi tho etiso then en trial
hu fi.i " nei'J t -r H" -aire grctr
uiat ' -u gn.ue-'. wjh.1 imil: v liO' I
Just vihv Mini: w.n allowed t" testify nP
to tho tm.vem-nt of th- dcfcndnnl nnd
his stipp, 'd emiiloyur. and JJmdbury was
derlcj tun pilvll'Ke, l not ttatrd nor is
On the ani jvtrnlay monilm;. Ilrad
bury sui-d that In hail a-iltd some of the
io-.es if tlu fe!iort uuld have to rc-niemt-r
c-.-rj iMiilous name uny had
Tf-ir,'tcr. I : 'i!d he was lr.fornid tint
.(in rK'crrd the nmei the judgei) and
r t it .vo ,IJ :-. '.u '! the ri't. It.
-a a uwi tiKd, lir.u'.burv iinUoted. thai 11
he Ju , mro sal Krurgtt'o majority
11 ny.tit On tWctlon d.iy, vjhan he
wtof in rt.,i.ii;c of it vi:.id, he hul setn l:t
rubli un .lmll,ii7erfi and viltffses to thB
.ot r md uXn.ltanoe by tht' JU'Ii-i.h.
j' nfi , at t.t ivil.uattvl thlH ftgaju, um&
lie Ut ti .ne ifooinjzed Olari: aj one or
r , .. wild he had not voted oa elel-
rljt ai wi3 in charge of a squsd
jf - i- jutiov .t wa to kep It.-
il i vn v'.-'n s Utt? 'I.o .r,u;it of
tli Ji- Ji.J he is Pla- rf I"
., i'ie hui.ad by ',, Murui, ojh.
i i j.- r- u a a lusuon 10
'.r the it'iH,
u 'on'-pi 1 y
n .ush t -
I'll lil'.l of
i.i, n ublv. and
u-iii ' u jnrt
t t In (or the
to show ')
f. 'ill 10 lilt-
.t 1 idi tbe
i i i uUr t and
. ; i e Jurttre
iii e conii"i t
I -rn. y .vunld
trio J to In
nig cht. pull
,. of the o-
.1. i ItjllliriJ
,f t - I.,- -
t i i
blO. . '
nl h' btn
rlrivj on th
un not n at:ir,u
ci B u ,s was not the Intentlus; uf Un-
'c ,tr. Williams Bald tbnt it .1 is,
T' '1. ...- anient had to be- stopped by the
Tir i testified that jn the evening
hi re- eleetlon he wui Instructed by
"a "''.j-n and Knieger to organize his
fe 1- Looping on' iho chalhsiiKerjj and
A' Hi.d to in oa hind early for
work r i.ouerutlon tool; placo In Mo
r,i , - 1 -.n find h'- s-e'd Lhat the nam.'s
jt a j .1 (s were wrtuen down, so that
.-h 1 be provided wilh a revolver
H 1 I mt the challengers, Chick and
Jlur,Tf 1, wt.r excluded from the po!h
nboi . 1 fi In tl.u morning. Bradbury tcs
Ulle t 'ha' when. , purtv tit Ut publicans
vent o '. 1 polls uud asked to be allowed to
wltr.e i'.e count, ho ond his posse ran
o wb . thy were, but were prevented
from if1'. anything by John May. who sig
naled n ;i iict man 10 nrri'&t Tlminlg and
UuJicor'. ru and turn them over to il oon
1 10I1 Ho sola th it he and his gang ato
omor Hero- M.IJcr'i, restaurant. 101
Uroauw.y, at the expen of John Morau.
Tho .Hjurt would not permit the witness to
ojisv." r 'he (iie.t!ot: as to how many tlctl
'ious r imi-s vviro on the poll iKioks on elec
tion Jae n wus then cifertd In evldenom
by 11 "ni- that wL.lo Kruwr, a. lUiiub
'ran car lUate. ran over iff) ahead of his
I) mocrutic oppotiviU!, tLe remainder of Ihe
Dmeorati' tid.e' was elected by tieirly
us large a majority. Judge Wofford ruled
It out. i'i .u that the .lltfeienco In the
vote am. inted 10 nothing, and he did not
Mant poi'tfji and religion to cut nnj figure
in the triul.
On etv-s-examlnatton Ilradlitiry said hn
did not vou on flection cuiy, but wa-. aware
that he -ad brii lull 1. lie had been In
Mr Near otli". ttieral times and had
lalked with hln. about the election.
He did not know how ninny times
lie iaa ti-iiihed. He tilii he did not know
Jiow mar. men h- hn.i wlih him on 1 lee.
tlon day He did rot tli.iiK he had aa mniiy
n lift and thought he hud marer twenty
live. Hu bild his mn were from all parts of
the city The counting Judges .ind the re
eeivins judges were pluceu ut opposite
Mdes of the room, Chirk waa a eountlnc
Judge. He said he kte-'i Jauum AValker, of
ill West Hlxth sti.-t. but that Walker was
emploied nt the Midland hotel on election
day, Uf worked with Walker on tho btreot
gang In the spring before the election. Hu
testified to people voting tro.n 21S West
J.'lfth street, but said it was llctitious, a.i
there hi no such nu'iiber. lie tetliie(l that
when hli men ?ta.rteu to otc, h" was In
htruqtod not to lot tnetn vote, but to hate
them .stand oido und let the grangers vote
JIo 51d not i.co Clark when ho returneil
to vote iaier in tlw c!y. He testllltnl u.
Krueger's iuiug to it.in one day bffo. o
tho election, that if he inuld get the S1..th
wanl vote for vh nnuniitiun, novhlnif
oukl keep hun tram iwmg e-lee-to,j. lo
tiTrtltlwl that Knie-er hU fcal.1 to him thut
they raid about b"3 name on Jie toki
for th' flfi-'h proclni, un.1 Iroui ! to
K from tlw other imi pruclnc't.. and If
they could r.anie the Judgth and clerks
they count ba anyb'ly who ran agni'jist
their caudWai'-i. After the r.oin1natnns
lu talrt ro had taJlt.-.l w.th Knn-gir ab.au
the c-Iction. ar.1 iiljout e-airybig it with
the aid of une Jmiges.
Tho ccurt thuii permitted th deferse
to show that with i enptlun of tut.
lug for D.vvetir oit for uuoor, Uradbury
liad u'wrya wt 1 rre rifrr.u -i-ntic ticket,
ills pajer, Ih'i vp nt h.; ! hetn i-un
nt tho ej.jfer.il c the T)im rat'e -untral
lommittee, but hud fiir.ed. Ilraibury then
Beecham's pills arc for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver, diz
ziness, sick headache, bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite, sallow shin.etc,
when caused by constipation;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them,
Go by the book. Pills jo ntl
2$ a box. Hook free at your
druggist's or write 11. V, Allen Co.,
365 Canal Street, New York,
Audit'.' t n?'t I -'a t,'-4J.Ce-S toiti.
lis Wonderful Health -Giving Froprlics loterrsl
All Kansas Cily llijaidios nnd 1'nblic
Alike Indorse It as the Greiltst Procoler
of Health Der Discovered No Other
Food takes So Many Strenglh-
HEALTH MEANS HAI'MESS AND PUOSPEniTT
Merit la the key to um:mm a.nJ this true
ehaf nlfrlrtk' la pwwi-ed to Us fullest u
leirt by )ULlon Health l-'loui. The demjiid
within the Mt ten d,i- for this trul) mi-r
ltoifoui article Is without prvcedrnt In the
history of Ka.isau city for uiiy one article
Tho people of this section have nuloltly
rcuJliiM tuo Intrirmlc value of thJ.i pur.' f JOJ
find linve Uemonetrated tnoir faith In Its
ptvmlsc of l."ulth by glx-lnw It n irtal. The
rvili!a.t(o!i of Its pKml lo humanity has
eo often been demonstrated tluit only a trial
i nei'di-d to show Its good riMults. It Is
dentlruM to be tho most potulit fnctor ill
the world'. prmtrfSH tnwanl Ii'.M.Illi and
happliioss, for the reason that Its dl coier
crt spent yetirr "f patient wirch and mnJe
il.oufttttid.i of uiuiul vxpetimeiits belore
ltHkstuu Ueiilth Flour was flen Its prcm-til
xlatiilwrd of ex llnci As it la now pr"
ptired, by 'vhe aid of inaihlueiy i-spetli-lly
mad'j for the purpose, It nUml .is n ac
tive ami ninri en u agent of tw"J hralt
und JXitiiRth to all wlsu enoutf.'i to talto 1;
aUu-e of lis nromlic, so freely maUo nd
so iehgloiily K1'. , , ,
As a pieienuio of health and bo-Jy-ilectroylnrf
liailallus it Is esiK-clnllv nctli.
iJlseu.v shins ninrged health, it is tlio-e
who halt s'll.-ltted for yenra on lmpioper
twit that wraKui the mitutal funcUun: by
this nurt ol sturiation whom dls-'aw?
.luirks as vleums. . . ,
T'lls de.rurUon of Oie vitality onj physl
r.il forcel of Uiu hut inn t"ti Is the
o.iuso of such widespread Ill-health.
tit nil v.iir fi.ti.lrt lil.W Ttl.lllX Of th"in
enjoy the U'lieltf of a perfectly ht-.iluiful
Olt'illllZatiOIK IIISIfMU OI liu riutliuuii,
jviod lioilth should be fie rule.
Ji i to thfMi. uid tholr mini" Is li-irlon.
t ,r .: j'i li .i " i i - w I r -
i i li l ... i ' r-l ' t ,t
" 'il- P'to " -VI4V-. r ilii. nf ih oe'l"
ol impov'ris'iM fijf, by kiit to tr
awtuni uli purely natural tomi'i it craven
and ar notessary to rive It health and
tii'ii?th. The- Joys oi exlstonte arc o
reasllv found und . keenly erjoyed worn
th' fortiiunlo ones posie. u round,
h'.nlthy body; and there Is no reason
why you should not lw numbetwi ainoiis,
It ilston Health Flour will Give y iu henlth
Jlalbton lliulth Kluur v. Ill e'Oi. t Dip b'u'
re-uJU of fo.xts due old of tin '.ii-nt. b
nn In It are foonJ th piioupiiatM un-i"auu-al
nlprn'iith of health pl'i ed tlieie bj
ihe law of inf'tiiet n.itut. l!i'i-.nir, iti
wjiniflc in'inutd''t"re Is fojndi J o'i the
hlgl."it rnnclpk'a K.nown lo i'ie '.iejifC') uf
!?emise ItH use will ronke you well snfl
?tri.iu will harden the inuscJes, itnri.-h the
blood l.u.ld up the Wtt-.iti.il flesh tl su.r iru
by gte j,k 5u ! Mli give eon l.tppirw
tul a lont:er lsti-nco; In rt, nmhe life
worth llitnsr und iijoylnt- Tnr"-e are the
-.-ilts Tt.ittiun Hearth b'hint' has n.--)m-Oil
!i-il It nHI !( as much tor you. If
imj civ It the trial. It mi. br had ut any
eiro" y in Knuw '"!le
am, hbtaii, rmocrcna f.ta, it.
iuuRN'(tji-r.Kun ;u(icf.h co.,
M hoj -ale Axuiu. IIui.ui uy. Mo
ooo o qp-0 o m t fei
ii eAtii ami k J.',-!"
RALSTON HEALTH FLOUR g
rsTiN's, 412 riAiN.ai
hiil,il,iHi.,i r. .-i- , r TiT -firtl.rt
te.rt':li,i tl.tit t,r Kyt out of work and vont
to i.r." 1 iAi.i ..e.r M.ty, wl o eienteO
a 1V1 'ii.ai.Ini' tc l.irr In Lne Htr... et-an
in, 1 , iifireiiM nt, i-tsivr.g tie wa-s t" Int I
41; ent 'n work w ti. 'i l.ovil Trjut tlwit.
I'M ftuii.1, he gradually becum h tiiV. of th.
gsjtS He IiWl'v' to lesiifyinc In tho Van
Ilornr-Tjivaey .'iiit-vi cuo tbut ho was
tht. only Itepetlhien oolored voter in Kiui
smi City. Ilr.nlbUTy's crosfc-evamlnatfon
TiiaB r-liwed at ui.t, point. Severn! wltnesi
es tostitlfl to Hi" itinnbeT of peo-p!" stand
ing aJjont the (ollt when they voted, but
ft wai. not ailmltt.M, ils the court said it
vras too n.ii h en the g'ieWMrk order.
r-ielev V. Murttn, or 4W West Mixth
direct, said lu di i i.nt voie on election day.
TJie suite cxpe'-nj 10 hov that ho was
voted from the Firth precinct.
Appeal to tln l'liblln, or an Jlxpliinutlon of
tim Drug War.
A few celts ago clrcumstancei over
which we had uo control forced us, In order
to protect our customer and friends, air.
well ai ourselves, to niako some few
cluinee In our eourae of business pursuit,
and as a great many stories hnw tilled the
nlr and nae been heralded hither and
thither by what l known as the K. C
DiugglstV Combine, we beg a morient o'
your vulunblc lime (If vou will nllow us to
impusci upon your patience) to dimply state
our position. In the flm place, ou arc no
doubt nwaro of the tuct that the laixe de
partment hou-cs fur the past few years
have been almost minions to many cllfreiu
lines of buhiness, ns well as oum, t!io r.
tii dniE buslneirt. x'hey bnv- plard be-
foie the people several prominent and well
1 known p-atent medicines nt a ver much
r.wer price than tho druggists wore selling
: them. In this way they led the public to fee.
, and believe that unything that was usually
, kept In a llivt-class drug store could he oh- '
1 tauiPd from them at a much less price than
I tho druggist's price. Bo, In order to protect
1 ourselves ard the many customers who
have traded wrth our house toi tho past
1 eighteen '-ars, .is well 11s the now ones, 1
1 we decided to niako a reduction In prlcw of .
. every article In our house of from 10 to CO i
per cent tnat could bo obtained from these
' department stores, as well as many artl- i
j cles that could not be obtained from them, i
1 foi we leel thai the druggists are entitled '
to drug binMuefcS and not ttii! dry goods I
, houeee, lnsttud of us receiving the hearty
co-operation o( each and every retaJ! drug-
glut In Kansas City In -the stand we took, i
i we received eiu.tlv the ontObiie. One hull- .
died and eighty-til e of them, with tho lit In
i and bucking of the whohsale houses, took
u stand upatust their own Interests and
I i omblned ngulnst us, and are strendln-?
both their time and money to try ami clo.-e
our front doors llul we fuel that after n
sttitemtnt of the true facta in the cum we
cannot help but have public sentiment with
us, and with this feeling, that wo are blng
backed by the public, we are determined to
tight it out on this Hue "if It takes all
summer" We ore now buying everything
direct from the manufacturers and own.
them as che-ap as the Jobbing houses do.
for we buy the same large iiunntitie. Our
i prescription depar'inetit, whleh has teen
tho pride of our house for ihe pat eight
een years. If ree.iig uur personal and
' .-areful attention anl though we are mak
ing very low prue .n this department, we
only us the very best and purist drugs
mi the market and employ only legtslered
and competent men ino boyst h-nce we
nre now in better fhatu' to handle your pre-
'ilpt oris properly and lir.i.lllgently than
a, any time beiore. Hoping that jou will
pardon us toi this rather lengthy intrusion
on your valuabla lime, and thanking you
for past iMurleMes, and asking a continu-an-
of the same, we l, c to remain, your
i areful druggists, JOHNSON HltOS..
I J157 Main street, ICansaj fit), Mo,
I A K.V.NsAS JUllteil.Y.Vi' MlbSU.
Sfeterlouf IIU ippeiirauie of Jellies flood
ale, uf (iilillej.
City tJeteetivts and tho police are search
!r.g for Jame-s Qoo-lale, a well-to-do mer
chant o Gndley, Kas., who myi.leriously
dlsuppearod a week ago la-3t Tues.luy,
lioodalc- came to Kansas City two weeks
igo for the at owed p-iipas of purchaaH'g
at lall stock of goods. He drought tSOv
with him. which ho dpoilteU In the Inter-
u.t., huntr t .,., ,lv rt hlo nprlviil Vr.r.
day the poliee (earned that he drew thf.f
money out wie rouowing uay ana uuap
peart J. Tho wholesale houses wre visited
yesterday an.) the detectives li arced that
delate h-d made no punhases ill Kausau
t'lty. Tho pollue do not believe that he
I j. rret with f-ail play or that he Is In
hiding. They think t is pi'Obable that he
decide, pfter coming here, to 40 on to
Oh: ago or la having a good time with bia
Special arrangements have been made for the proper
p CiiLillg lUI Ul LJIUSU
M dies may be cljeclced,
vita 1 p "X I
l book for notes of the visit will be givon tnl who wish one.
M Take the Fifth street car at the Union Depot, ride to Main
1 street and on the southeast corner you'll find the best cloth-
1 ing store in Kansas City The Hub. It's the most conven-
(I icnt to the depot, no change of cars, a ride of only four or
!J iivo minutes and right in the heart of the
t..j...ui ,yii wUlilM t....v.,-i-, w.A.i.U4.l.UAXvO UvuXmi
i,1 J. 1. O '
to have you cull, whether you wish to buy or
gj Tiirious appliances provided for your comfort
I . j j m pvpim w&0 wk Kii Bi
A ELtUflilO UM,m$ to "' Wl Fi fe IM M zi-bbiftiU
m w l'M IWv, rfer? ..m N&s J? BaO' ji
wi.t . 'rV"'-.i,..,.v'rsw.i.-,2f-i?'i!!iii.-..,'-. !,,'- 'tL-...v i.v.wniii ',!' j.;'f--.,-.-rr.rt.r:7v .f
Ill" Will of ,1 .1. JtfjbliiK.t, Win Tiled 11.
X'robate V stni:v tnlunhl" rnrni
tritid lli.'iiii'.itb it.
The will of tho I'lte J. J. Uoblnson, one
if the pioi of Jackson county, "A. ii
nlei for probate iestorduy, Tho dco-ascd,
at he time of his death, waa quite w.illhy
l.ijssessiug ir.Lil hundred ncrcs o.
ginuud. His cnllro property, twjth real
anil personal, v lefl lo his wife, Sarah,
Toi hei use anl bcuelit durlrg tier llfe
i'i. e, evcepUnt! om ucre. which he be
qu'athe' to the Y t ('"ork Haptl-t church
1'iion ill den. isc of his wife, Haiuh, tin
will bei.tiih" to Lois Johnson, his wlfe'i
di. aghter, twenty uci.m Jo.ile Conway, un
otluii daughter, tw.iuy acrc.i, and eieor
gi.in Duster, Pierce Itenimtion and ltoche
u-r Colgan, twent1 acre. each. The '
malnder of tho estate goes 10 the chlldr
of W S. UuUln.jii, Kate Hoard and .Vlbei
J. Iti blnon, share 11'id shai alue. Hi
iltj prowdi s for another r .ie, should
lie marrv and there be n-sui from the mar
liago. The e.ccut(i.-a of tho will are hl.t
wife, Sarah, aial his brothel, M. J. Jlobln-
The deceased silpnlates in his will tha
crtalu property 1 tu bs laid olf and sold,
mi.) In the eiitit that the W osl Fork Hap
iIm Church Astoclatlon flls to build on
thB ptemlseg given tnrm by the terms o."
the will, It shall be forfeltod, at tho end of
ten years, to the estate
A Cunfuilun of l.iiiguei.
When tho new ttlephono exchange
opened up yesterday morning there was t.
lonfuMon of tongues which sent the lino
men in nil directions, and distracted the
ouni, lady operator. The trouble lay with
the four pinty line subscribers who had
not been lr 'ormed ns to boil signals. .
numbet of tho lines have four Eiibjcrlbern
attached to the same line, nnd In order to
discriminate which one of the feeir Is want
ed, boll slrnals aie irlien. In this way the
lli-ht tftiliserih ir Id secured without annoy
ance to others attached to tho Biune Hue
The four part line t-ubscril eiu were no
informed 1.1 to this system of Blgnals, unci
with each rlnr of the phone bell four sub
tci.ucis would respond with an alacrity
which puzxleil the munagenieiit.
A grocer called up one of his patrons,
with the result that four responded. This
was the conversation which rattled the
manage mei if ....
"If vou have vour order I will take It
down, respopled the trocer. Ily this time
two otbei temlnlne volets nnsweied
"Hello"' The pitron then commenced.
"Vou may send n.e down" A masuullno
voice broke In with: "Kay, central, are
jou connected with " Here tlu grocer's
patron. In a high key, commenced her or
der: "Orr.nges and celery." "No, not
oranges and celery," said the masculine
voice; "I want to be connected with"
"Tour pounds of lard," chimed In the gro
ctr'a nation. The two other (einlnlnu
voices that responded to the ring, as well
as the oilier two subscriber, commnced
to titter, and a peitcptible laugh rippled
over the wires. AfUr several snuggles of
thn. kind, tiihtrui'loni were lent to tho
fout p.-riy line subs-crlbers, giving signal!
In detail, and In a short tlmo otdcr was
brought out of chaos
Held 1111 Open 'rualon.
An open meeting ot the A. P A. waa
Ndd yesterday afternoon In the upper
toum of the court house. The meeting was
presided over by t'aptaln Schuyler lawe,
Pirsldcnt of the loci.I otgantzatfon. Judge
J. II. Jackson, of Port Worth, and J. II
n. ritevui j weie il.e speakers. Tne court
room was comlorlably well illled when tlm
speakers greeted the audlenco. Tho speech
es made were 're sumo In substance as
tl.oso made ut Turner huIL Kansas City.
Mr, Itcilcin Mas Not Itruily,
Tho city couni'tl met In stmhIjI session
Iat night to c nsldcr the Iwnd of W il,
Jlo.tma, V lie had been granted a fruni
ehtso to construe!, si street railway on
tio'.ih Main street. In grintmij the fran
eihifto the council BttpuUteca that Mr.
l'Tns thou'U ilia a bond by October 1
t)at he infant business. Mr. Ilolmus w-is
s,t present at the mee-ting, but sent 11
iMter to tho -ouiic-ll stating that he wa
not jfouy to commence work on the nad
ut prevent, and did not earn to file th-
lioii'l. 'IV naatter wis allowed to rest for
The ottitiwt fevr doln the city printins
tvci awardod to the Independence ula!.
Colonel M. AIcTimunaocii, of Denier, and
Hon. Nelson Ciiurc'h, editor of the UetJian
Iv niifbbc.tr., are Ihe- guests of 11. 3. Burgi
1.. W. aral WHU-jt aidriln will Imvt
fiir Chiwigo to-nlgtu wi.U a car of com .
KrvjiU noberta, scs of Preston l'.obeits,
WHERE THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE
THE LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL!
HIIU JlliliVU XilU 11IUJ JLUtlUljUtU LtJI 0. JJU1L"
1 11 L L T
508-503-605 RISASFd STREET, SOUTHEAST CORKER OF FIFTH STREET
... f-r r ....,--- r . f rrT -rTT1
..". jp.r.w.-.J mrf'rfJ.rijHilyrr.w,i ..t.wwni-' y3-r-..ft.-.yiyyj.w,itl
"-ji tsie icft 'ti nb'-.'. for New YoV
. ;, wr.n 1,- ftil. ivtti .1 tb-t C'.lutnb'ab
L..uw ia ol
lucre will L. a ir -ting f Jli-onlo lulg'i'
No. ,' io-tr.:.r.i night, 'or Uii purpco if
wo.-'tlrg In t'u" IV.J0W Oratt decree
Wimam Sp k left sectci-day for y.bc-ry.
Mo,, where l.o cxpic to engage In the
bo1 r-l lniMue.
MIfH I.Uli.in Cirpentcr. cf Kan.is fn'y,
la the gu- tvf ,Mva. T. V. .MlU'reM1, nr
tin Kl-il bi.ie
.Ml-- few. 1 . Smith Is In S. Ix ii where
she will be Un- giicn of her toualc, Mrs.
H1rr.nis foi ssrv.rnl ilayA.
r U. C'Mrfilea'y, who has beer. ..pei.d
ii.g eoveial wfi.ks at Yuma, A. T.. ar
il M-d heme j r.i nlay.
P'Mr.k U!i!, .''ri1v3 hom- yetiterday from
Frankfort. K'., where h l.as bien bri nd
ii.cr sove-r,-J .."i-ekn with, rajeiuvcb and
Ituiord Iloliar.-.on sot Into nti altcrvaticm
.i ..It a si. jw nu n Pndtvy nteht and 1 1-
Hed severe Injuriej about the head.
Uulatnnon was lilt by a orowUtr, anl hlf
vv,'iitan1c.rjs ?.i tiiat the blaine wa, at
ta sheil to t.ic odtur l.irty, who ifiped
witlio-ul belns: aircttd.
Preseling Uo.r W T. MiC'.urt. of ITi
Kan-iH Cty il'.strict, will occupy tlie pul
pit this morniiK aini etenjig at the Maple
Avei.uo M. H chutwh.
The pUiy wb. 'i wi to hav ben giver,
last night ut Armory hall for th b-n-itlt
of the Ilrw departiifnt was a car.iior.ed fot
J.'wk of Mip!ori
Uvpocitloiii w.re taln before At-crnej
,T. A. Prow 1' vesti-rdiiy relative to the
HiKkiier orimiy csift v nliai causwl rhc
Itidlotim-nt 01 1. 13. Hull!.
A telegram was reoMieJ ycsUirdiy from
flno of the party of Indem-ndenco oxctir
tlor.Uts which writ cbroid lis't Jy.r Tne
;urty has nrni.d in New York anil ex
jwots to arrive iiome Monday.
Mrs. Ancre-wj". the ru vc.mr.ushe.1 vocal!t.
ar.d friends of Mrs. K W. Wal'iiee will
sing this niorr.-.ng ait the Presbyterian
o!iur:h. Miv. Andrews has bien in the
linst at otto of t'w no" d eorervatorlea of
nuuti, nn-l - on her rctu. a fioine.
The Journal is dclivere-J to all parts of
the city. Hi..n 'h oilier-, C'hricmac Sa.vyer
building. TVlt-thor.a No. 6J.
Until quite r-nntly catarrh has been
considered an 1 icurauls disease, notwlth
standing the pretensions of a lot of catarrh
specialist fak ti, who have pretended, and
do yet pretend, to cure it by working nt
the uoso with balm, snuffs, Injection,
eprayers, I11h.1l n, and lots of other ridic
ulous nnd intisenslcnl methods. Yes. ca
tarrh has alwajs been considered Incur
able by all honest, competent authority,
until the discovery of the Ited Cross Con
stitutional Medicine. Almost every person,
both oung and old. has catarrh, and It Is
Just as well that they should underrtanj
that there Ii no other euro for it but this
Catarrh is a systematic disease and can
only be cuied b systematic treatment. No
lnctl treatment of any kind has over yet
cured 11 ose of catarrh. It Is Impossible,
becau.se tho whole system Is full of the
poisonous catarrh mnt'er. Tho Ited Cross
Constitutional tnlti-s the catarrh matter
from the- I end, 1 hest, stomach nnd blood,
not only eun.it tho catarrh, but also regu
lating the whole sjstem at the same time.
Kemombpr yati have no choice In the
matter V. mukt use It, if ou ever pot
cured of catanh. Wa throw out no spe
cial indui'oiiieuts of any kind for people
tu use this medicine. They confer the
greatest favor on themvelves when they
do use lu One or two luttlte will cure ca
tarrh of any kind, or any other eyt-tematlc
disease. Immediate relief In all casei,
fui.i the first dote of medicine. Price re
duced Horn 3 to C per bottle, livery dose
counts toward a cure. Call or address
Hed Cross Constitutional Medicine din
pany, fji 1,'ast 12Ul htreet. Kansas City. Mo.
Easily, Quickly, Permsiiently ReslorHL
pr. M'eaVtusis, Nervousiies,
(&h 111 blllty, and all tht train
VxijV'T'.of evll-,lromiiaily trnn ot
jfi-il later eiccss, tii ruultscl
ff iC-fJi T cvrorlt. alcki.ejs. worry,
P.'? t. Fullstroeglh, Cii;V
i " fL.i I cpntutui'ltoMjiTtaw
JtfV!irrr!everyorgii and iierilosi
ftWi'y-V.V rtuuay. hliutl..nat.
IPi' f&f VM oral methodi. ftouirdl-
If' in 11 " ' at improvement keen.
Filurf jBposl!)le .UM rfftreure. Book,
euplsLlitioa aa pi-vots iani ititiau iru.
i ERiEMEUiGAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
USE IT WHEN IN
ihe store used for
city, with every
I ! ii kJJ ..111,
make use of our
,-, f - n j n - , ,- -f r- 1lrT, r (i , , r.i iflf ifT i r. I-1 .
y be 9 Lsi !i 0 13 '&
111(3 .MIlSr STREET.
READY FOR BUSINESS
With ihe .Mint ei.nipleUi utorl. In the cltr of CJ.OTII JACKETS nnd CAl'KtJ,
Vri.VI "'. 1 l-l.m l: uri'l I'l.t s.i rAI'l.i, vn.e,' n.t ihiiureu's JACK UTS and
CKKlt UliNS, Our Prices Ahrijii tho 1-oiiMt.
ul c-ry LIuU .tutl qnilltj troiu S3 nji. AV'o j;ntir:ititcH to par yon 33$ percent.
THE POPULAR AND RELIABLE
I COMFORTABLE HOME.
Hero you can find every devlco on earth for rendering homo
comfortable, nnd at prices very RIGHT, This is the
time to buy
ST0ES MD RAPWlS -
PouIiihuM Hatfo Burners -Haid Coal. TIk ' ,nte Oak. for Soft Coal.
Superior Alr-'I'lRht. tor Wooil. JI.itryN Kiui; iipntcrs, for Wnml.
lili'fti'li' Oil Sci.yo, for Oil. h'niicrltir i-'oolc -vlnvoi Is. Kantrot, t0ai?.ps.
Vim's Steel li.'inses, Jlntri ami Family btzeu. Gas (Juokiuir Stoves
Oonneoied Up Free!
We carry in stock a complete line of Mechanics'
Tools, Shelf and Builders' Hardware j heavy stock
of Kitchen Utensils. We have a large force of
skilled workmen and are prepared to do all kinds of
Stove and Furnace work. Practical workers in all
kinds of sheet metals.
UNION STOVE and
517 AND 519
in nun in mil ii in in i ii it nnii ' iiiii
THE JOUUNAJL, lOo J? Ell WEEK.
CITY 18 CARRIED-
xMWRJ-IJO n M Q l! RH m bM
1 H "-F! !
fl i'-i r f -S-- p"- '--. ' '"i - -
lias W M o
Bargains in Fall Weight
Capes to Close Out.
3.00 ninck and Coloreel Cloth
J7.50 TJIncIt and Colored Cluth
JIO 03 ninck nnd Colored Cloth
?!5.00 niack nnd Colored Cloth
Children's Reefer Jackets
Complete Stock of New
HTtM 'H1 1 II HI IMiM
mwiii i iiim n um m.miiijLj..um-
WHJV e a. iiip Church Chantv isr.orln.
tlon of Ka-isas City, Missouri, and Nathan
iel Grar.t. Thomas K. Ha. na, Tt. H Hum,
George M. Shelley. F. T. Hadlcnd, G. Y.
.Smith. Geort- J, Keating, John A. Mr.
Donald, C A. Chase. A. G. Trumbul',
J. K. Starl:. Benjamin McLean, tru.-'.eei ef
.-.aid assoi'Iai on, by their du?d of trust,
dated October Bin, 1&81, and r corded In lhi
otllee of th; recorder of deeds of Jackson
rount:-, M"ouii, nt Knnsaa City, the 17ih
jay of 0-:ober, 1SSI. In book 11 lit), ar
pajo SOI, und re-re orded m eald office on
the; 11th day of November, ISit, In booi.
II 111, at p-.j.' ilC, 'nviyiel tu the under
'.Isned n- trustee, Hit I lluwliig describe I
real estate in .'ackreui orunty, Missouri, t .
wit: Lwta n.imbeted 15, IS. 0, 21, all in
block numbered 10. In Perry place, an ad
lltlon lo the City of Kansas now ICaii'at
City. Missouri, as the same arc n.arkt i
-nd d.rriatcd on tin recorded plat uf
said addition, in tho olllce of said rjord'-r
"f deedr. Said ontcvaiiee belnc nniin in
i trust to sei-ure the p.isment of live- pre-tn-fsoiy
noies, one for .i.ooo.OO. nnd th other
luur for iOO.00 each. Now, therefore, Ji-
inuii navnig o?m mac; n tne pavinetit uf
said not, fur JJ.OCO.W, anu said note belm
(till unpaid, I, the undei signed trustee, at
tiie request of the legal owner and holder
of tuid note foi 5,0iM.0O, In ac ordance with
said deed of trut, and the authority ther -,ii
verted In me, will sell the abovo de
scrlbed real e-tate at pi'Mic vendue, ro
the hlj'heit bidder, for cutn, at the south
t.-ont door of the county coun house .
Jackson county, Missouri. In the city nc
Kansas City, in stld county, on the Hit h
dny of October, isr, between the hoirs
of 5 o'clock a m. and 5 o'cluck p. ni ti
satlsty Kild ij.CtM.Cu note and the cost of
executing this trasu
U.UipiNEP. LATIIIinp, Truste.
Wollman ,t- New, attorneys
S SAI.K-Uy renson of default
lent of a certain nmmh.A..
In the v-
note un.1 liueiest thereon, described ln"t).,
deed of trust dated the 9th dny of Januiiiy
1M)1. given by F. G. b'D.ir ind Anna
j'Tje'll, his wife, and AIM for reeoid n
ine orace or me ri-ronir or deeds for
Jackson Ciiuniy. at Kansas C ty, M siouri
on the 21st day of January. 1S91. nnd therli
recorded In bonk U No. .), at page eft
the urJorslgncd will, at tho n-nuesi .v?
tha ta.il nti'tifcr nf .nlH nn. .. ,' . ' ,J
.,v ,. fc, w.. .... . c wee-, miij i,i ,,-
ih hours of nine o'clock In thri foriiin 2
anJ live o'clock In the ftfternosn, o Mo ,
MlkBAlirl itsi i.simlq innrborl -. . V"'-
VIllUT (flllkll l,nrln 11.
niiMd on the recorded plat or r a Jl , ,bi
tlon In the office of lhe'recorder r $?ek
for said Jackson county, Missouri n?
Kansas City, and i.pply the proceeds or
ald sale to the payment of the Indebted
lles secured by said deed ol trust ,i,,,i
tho costs of executing this trust. baiJi
Heptember 11. IfO.. uattrd
MISSOURI UNION TRUST COMPANY
JF,iVnnV1A,,yAD' "S ;'-t.
NOTICIi OF STOCKHOJ.Dr.nS' MfpT
Inir Public notPe la heri.liv7.iu.? .2Lv':J
nnnuat meetmg of the sli ueholde'rs of ihi
'Missouri Pnion Ttum i 'on ) K .,?
City. Ml.souii, for the eleven of a b2a?.l
1 ,T v. I ""' !'' tiHWI
..n.llAoti ,1 fltihna a ..-V o'Ct U
; ri:'rwir.gaysione'.weii, w.xiK.i'
'pany A full Us anc' rlecrlntlon of
said properij wiij ve exhlblti-d hv .,,' .
,S',ffi'lnrtoMMaU,awaro ""' ',
TUtiM.a k. HANNA. llecelver.
1 The Journal deliv
ered at your door or
j 10 cents a weei
I ' rt I it
I ' I'- III ff-llMte'l I '
' VI ti) ,H 4M !KJ I-'!, "L3SJ-
deed of trust, at the we3t door of "thn
postollic., situate at th- fonthea ' cor"?
of Ninth and Walnut streets, in Kan . ,i
city. Jackson county, iiiikoih i,... A1
..!., nA nr Tne itnivnp vn,i,H I.
uuy, eje-ioiicr I., ir;,, nrii at public nop. n
to the highest bidder, for cash, nil if i
numbered two hundred and forty-four Jn.
lu block numbered two (2), or the nnV
vey of Whipple's second addition to th
Litv ij- iiLiiana
elo're" the meeungT w ' n''al'.h,0
, 1cm ol said ctnipany. No 631 Wvaniint)
I street Kansas CllyMlssot.rl. on v"anrB;
day. the 9th dnj of Uctoher. IEM. nt ninn
(SV o'clock In the forenoo.-. nf tin t .kv
, mssoi'nt union tu-rt rosi lAJft
I Hy C W WIIITRIlRAli PreL'
I J. H. ItOWANpHecrejary ' l f ""
RECRlVRn'S SAI.H-ln compilanc. ,v,.,;
the order of the circuit court of Jackson
c.ouiuy. Missouri, notle-s 1 Uerehv b-kSS
I tint on Tuesday. October 1. wyaf iffi
Fouth front door of the county court hn.,i?
, in Kansas City Missouri. aV the hour of
two o'clock p in.. I, as rec.lver, will off, -
for 'ile, end 'ell, for 'ash. to tCW'
t ll4 IUI
hlli'c:-. all tr.e linillrocer nf o..,..."""