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THE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1893.
JUDGE JONES' EXPLANATION
AN , NMr.U 1(t AN Al.l.l.lir.tl IMi:if
viuw Mini iiiir.r iituiN.
Pays tlie t lilef tMlisril llir Airflt tif n l.ul
of Apparently Innocent Citliirnl Jlr-n
til Appemn l''il'llp Clmnitr Ills
Uilnlin iif Itttln's .Mollies.
In b recent ltie of ih KJtuas City
P .ir h-rt appeared whnt urprtid to tie
.l '!! rlew with f'hlef of 1'olKe Invln, In
vi li the chief was n'"l as enylns: that
1 . JuIiee Jomg hml discriminated In hi
a ni.-nint the gamblers who were ar
i i . t before bun. In favor of colored
ij -hooters nml men supposed 10 lie In
I employ of Kd Klhdley. The ti-ulhMl-"i
of the tllcgcil IntfWew In th Stnr
,,, di tiled the me dro Hint. It nt"'rel,
.1, C'liicf li'-ln. who ild It was nlmost
i i made out of whole cloth, The
, I Interview set forth that one of th
! i .is why the police had not nrrested
hi, j of the men who are said lo be con
i,i tit polliy or ctip fjanies In the town
w,ik l."-iiis of the fact that they were
,.ir ibly fined from S100 to Ps), while
. . r. J trap shooters escaped with liRht
' ? of $ or 110. Chief lrnln says there
tio truth in ihls statement and that lie
s r littered It, nlthough the Star put 1he
i ' In his mouth. i'ullo Judge Jones
w - n li n reporter for the Journal yes.
I m and ashed about the miitetncnt that
i it b.'tn attiibuted to Chief Jrin by the
n.i,c paper. The J ml He wns In hi prl
v ollli l'i the MiiBsuehusett) building
w'icn tlio reporter called. Il wheeled
urwi d in Ills chair ntid said:
"A! -lit four weeks avro the Slur gave the
lo ' 'tis of about seven policy shop- und
r .J a crap game that rutinins In
i r ir of l'eiiderwast'F saloon. Instead
r raiiing thes games or pulllni? In the
) jI y pl.iyer, the hlef sent out In the
Milinin part or the city and brought In
wo crowd of colored laboring men, ami
'uirRi d them with liunililliig. At one of the
t a where the polite raided n dance w.i
' iitit? Kiven In i private hoii"", at the oth
r tlire win an enlnK p.irly going on
'I i re wan no nhNi" that any of the nr
i c I men had been gatublliiK there wui
i i eh pt, no dice. Apparently It was an
rfor- of the chief to satisfy public clamor.
'1 .. ic wern etirhtfeti men arrested tn thOe
two r.-iliU by the police and I dlschaised
than and censured the police department
ircl I snld that eer thing went 10
how that the police were not sincere In
h Ir efforts to suppress Kambllnu, other
wise there would have been raids made
nearer the center of the city, whei.; com
mon report sold that there was wimbling.
Tie next thing In order was this interview
of the chief in the Star."
T'.e Judge thought for a moment nnd then
"If looks ery mu.-h as llioim'li the police
wartel to enter to ivrlulii gambling Inllu
i Ks by nnestlng colored men. After that
int niew in thy Star the chl"f came to me
nui denied that he had said that I was ca
t rtm; -o the eoloied vote. I wild that was
II riKht. 1 did not give the matter the
g.iunt thought or attention. Chief Irwin
in 41M estimate of the gamblers seems to
ji t upon the theory that theie Is alwas it
rikp-olT nnd that the house in each instance
;et ,i commission; he seema to think that
men who shoot craps for 10 cents should
be lined as heavily aa men who conduct ,i
"When the evidence went to show that
the men who have been arraigned in jour
court were guilty of gambling, have they
always been lined?" ai-ked the reporter.
"Kvery time. In nil cases where It was
proven that the men were guilty th ptin
I hment has been made to lit the orinii-.
The chief seems to think that 1 am hard on
Mr I'inilley. I have been. 1 line his ineu
") in cvety ea-.e. That man conducts pel
nieiou.s giinn-x that are iieiiiented by poor
men and cleiks. 1 have in my desk light
there." and Judge Jones wheeled around In
his chair and pointed at a big roll top desk,
u letter Irom a well known business man
of this town, telling how one of hi best
lerks had gone wrong through plajlng
rips in this town."
"How about the statement of the chief
that J.'.iXXi had been collected from the men
who are supposed to represent the Intel es-ts
of Kd Dudley, since the reorganization of
the ton e?"
"I will tell -sou about that. One of the
tlrsr Dudley men to be arretted after the
r rtramzatlon waa 1'elder, wlu was lined
J- ) mil took an appeal to the criminal
un where tin- ca-. is still i-nding. Then
Kd Mefiuiie was arrested on Ur.uid avenue
fur a lllng polie tickets. Then, was no
ninVn-u to show that he was at nil gulltj
ao 1 I turned him loos- I asked the po
l eman who Jiad arrested lilm wh they
.J not do a little li"teotive work, buy a
ki t or something of that sort, before
Inngrg a man into court charged with
,ol.i' ii g the law. The airesting olflcer.-.
said they were simply following lnstiuc-iion-i
I town near the state line ius liatigh
man was arrested over l'endergast's saloon
f r gnmblltifC. He said that he had just
. pen- d Ills game and promised to close up
, - I iu.t, and I let him off with $.. Four
't .pii tilers who were caught In his plate
were e.ich lined $,". Them' lines were paid.
To or three weeks later a man natmtl
il,i w is arrested for conducting a gam
blu.g house In the same plat e wheie Uaugh
nan was caught. Arthur .Moses and a man
jiiip I John Jones were arrested at the
im. tine for frequenting a gambling
1 ! 1 lined Hill JHiO. Moses SIS and Jonea
f .rt . 1 a J1U cah bond, making a total of
si . tii.il cash that lias been turned ovor
. - i ity as Dudley lines since Mr, Ir-
n look control of the police department.
I' the chief is sincere In his efforts to
i pr. ,-- gambling, he ought to be perfeetl)
. t t impartial and arrest a gambler
wii v r he is found plying his avoiatlon.
I' I i'ii ioo severe In my decisions, they are
renewable in the crlminul court. It is not
I r un chief to decide. It Is his duty to
-rrc i the gamblers.
Hv the waj," said the Judge, "after I
i i lined. IIIU J100 I heard that his place
win t!ll open, nnd I went to Mr. Irwin
1 a-ked If he ought not to raid the place.
Ii tnl, -No; It would look as though he
lies p.sklng on one man too much.' "
I'tllll.lO IV KK.-' HO.VIill,
II liefer the degrade uf I'lotpcrt .cnue
to tlm I'll) l.'ligllli'er,
The board of public works jeaterdny
leftrrod u number of resolutions r--u-iabllshln(;
gmdes uiion i'rospect ave
nue Horn Twenty-.scc'ond t Thlrty-lirst
rtreet ami upon the Intersecting streets
to ttio city fiigineer. It in proposed to
rf cstnbllbh tlio gradea In order that nn
elect rlo Birt-ct railway may bo eon
ffueted tijioti 1'ros.iK'ct avenue.
I'tty Counselor McDougal eubmitted
Ins opinion to tlio lKard, In which lie
'i id that tlio Metropolitan Street Hall
oa Company could be Compelled to
pave between Us track!) on Tniost ave
nue from Twelfth to Nineteenth street
r solution to pave Jefferson street
frirn Twentieth atteet to the Southwest
V'jiilevatd with vltrllled brit k was ap
ptocti and cortlllfd to tho city council.
Tim rftilgnatlon of If. It. Merriain,
rtrnUKlitamnn In the city englnei r8 olllce,
was accejitetl and Tlioodoie N'aish "vvuu
cppolntPil In his place. j. V. Tipton wbb
npiKdntw! additional tlraiightsmaii in the
Tlio board nunctloned the transfer of
tho city hospital milk contract fi-oni V.
tj Maliaffy to tlie Missouri ami Knnsua
Dairy Absodntitin, whtch will mipply
pur milk until June 1, 1S9C, at 10'i ctnts
Denial by llriolou li.
Milwaukee. Wis.. Sept. So. Bruvtui Ims,
president of the Northern I'aellic denits
he tatement sent out from St l'aul th it
! e Jind clasked Judge J.-nkin-' m tlon In
tlie appointment of Ileeelvtrs Itlgelon and
M II in y ns the "greatebt Jmllciul fane
It mil to the history of American crmru "
T! denial came In a telegram to John K
Hirpir local tounsel for Ives, and was
f 'it by Attorney I'ettlt fiom Staples,
Minn. Colonel I'ettlt l traveling with Ivis
t i Seattle, and the stop was made at
S'apls In order that the tulegram might
b h. nt.
AVIlt l'e a i'lieuiii.tllc Itlug,
i i -ago. Sept. SO Han S4uart his sort
t-i Chiiago fur a "piKiinnailc rlnts" to be
i c t at the Corbett-Dtzsiinmona contest.
T ' ling i' stakeless and the upper roiie
1 ioi. the same principle us the tlie on
ji , i le On the floor U a. big rtUer
in.. I niiiih can be Intlatod Just sulllclently
t . inke it a tritlu prirujy to the feet c,f
il" br.xers, Jtid yet not letard their movt
tii i u. A fall on the pneumatic ropf. n
I, r I as it might be, could not result In
Mliltaiy UliK linen to .licet.
( .ii' aso. Sept. SO. A call has been lsiie
for tht first annual convtnt.in ' ti
I'liltet Sluti s Military Wheelmen. t r".
i i ir, New York October 15. Ton. s r -
lat ng to bl'yle drill regulation "-pHr-"
uf the bl-ysle in war, pr.p r am f -toldier
iy Il-t i and the lik- will l" u -uyl
inclurtns "Should the Uovernnvnt
Eot-blish a Hi- ycle Corj?"
Troni the 'ri, N.w Yotk City
I'ew peoplo liae "iiffeted mure from paid
In the bmk than Mrs. Ullle It. Nrwrll, of
No 2.113 Second nvetiuei New York ilt.
Tor sepr.il sears she wns so iiffllctit! wltit
this dlstroslng innlndy that she wns hard
Ir able to get around, nnd otild do little
to car tor licr children, which made her
suffering nil the hnrdrr to bear. Iter liu
bnhd, Charles Newell, who Is n well known
New Yolk optician, Itled in every way to
llnd a remedy for hl wife, but no meJI Hie
seemed to nine the ower to rtniove hor
.Mrs. nivtin, n sister of Mrs. Newell, Is it
professional mirv, ami was familiar with
the symptoms of her sister's sickness Mr,
New II was away on it visit wluii a re
porter called upon her, but Mrs. Cllynn,
who lives at No. lid llast One-hundred-iind-fwrtitlpft
street, told the slory of her
A doctor wns called when Mrs, Newell's
(ondlllon become serious and he ptecrlbed
smnll pink pills, which, In a h rt time,
reliewd the woman's pain ns no other
medicine had done. "After nwlill"," Mr
Mlynn told the reporter, "we lenrned th.it
the tnedlelno the physician whs giving my
sister was nothing more than I'r William-'
Vink rills for l'nle People. Knowing by
expel li'iieu how eTcrllent a retncJy tllcso
pills wele. .Mrs. Newell bought some at a
drug store and continued taking them.
The efTet t was most grntlf vlng, for In lx
months mv sller was pirfeitly will and
the tmln In her back was nothing more
Hum an utipl'iiMtnt memory. I loth he and
1 lime tei oliuni'iul'il the Villi; l'llls to
oilier people, who have not failed to find
them nil thul Is claimed All the doctors
mv sister had been (rented by before tak
ing the pills liinl don- her no uppatent
1'ln'k l'llls tire sold In boxes (never In
loose form, by thp dozen or bundled, and
the public Is cautioned against numerous
Imitations fold In thl simp"), nt M cents
a box or six boxes for T2.0", and mav be
hud of nil druggists or direct by mall from
Dr. Wllllnms' .Medicine Conipan). S he
necladv, N. Y. The price at whh h these
l'llls are sold makes a course of treatment
inexpensive ns cotnpared with other rem
edies or medical treatment,
St. Ixillis, Mo., Sept. SO The first frost
of the season was experienced In this sec
tion this morning, it was light and as far
us known but little damage wa.s done to
Ashland, Pa., Sept. M David Trail, aged
22, wns deittpltuted while attempting lo
board a moving train 1o-da) near Olrard
vlH Six cnr ago lie lind un arm and leg
out olT In making ft similar attempt.
Mllford, I'.i., Sept. SO Nathan Hunt, of
Queensboro, tiled ctcrda) from a gun
tdiot wound accidentally indicted bv his son
They had bceti Imntltig and the son mis
took his father for a fox In the bushes
Omaha. Sept. TO. Specials to thp flee
front many iiolnts in Nebraska Indicate a
blighting frost fell throughout the state
last night. No particular damage wa.s done
r-lnee corn is too far matured to be af
fected. South MeAlester. I. T.. Sept. TO (Spe
cial.) The new line of tho Choctaw, Okla
homa As Unlf railway will be opened tip for
freight and passenger business between
Wlster. I. T anil Fort lteno, O. T., on
I'rovldence, Sept. TO A lerlous diph
theria epidemic Is raging In the lown of
Thornton and the .schools nine been closed
Dvtt deaths have been leported in n few
days and many patient tire In a piccari
Constantinople, Sept. TO. A body of Ar
menians liae made a demonstration
against the authorities In this clt. and the
police attacked them and killed and
wounded some of their number and ar
rested many of tln-ni.
Lexington, Ky.. Sept. TO There wns a
kllllne- Irost nil over Ct ntml Kentiuk) I.iHt
night. Tobacco in the Held and much of it
on the scaffold wa,s badly dumagfd
Sorghum and other green egvtatlon wa
klll.sl. Corn vns not injured.
Jefferson Clt). Mo.. Sept. SO (Special.)
Attorney tiener.ll It. I'. Walker was mar
ried nt Urooklyn. N. Y.. last Saturday
evening to .Mrs IJva Percy, of that citv
(eneral and Mrs, Walker will reach
Jefferson City Saturday evening.
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. TO (Special.) Mayor
Shepaitl lias completed the list of dele
gates to the deep water convention, which
convenes In Topeka to-morrow. They ale
John I,. Uittlnger. JI. JI. Cratidnll. I" JI
Atkinson. C 1) JMgar, John Sparks, John
Combe, C II. Cochran anil John C. Clark.
nigln. 111.. Sept. SO. Women scored an
other victory among tlie Jlethodlsis to
day. The Hock Itlver conference, by a
vote of 112 to 1!7, decided in favor of tin
admission of women n delegates to the
general cunferciit e. Dvery prominent min
ister In the (onfeienee oted for the wom
en. Wellington, Kas.. Sept. TO (Special ) The
Sumner county Democracy met bete to
il iy and, after a protracted discussion,
adoptfd a resolution declaiing the nom
ination of a ticket Inexpedient and ad
journed. This leaves a strallit Hj-ht in
this county between tlie Populists and the
Chicago, Sept. 30. Frank McCurdx, a
one time prosperous commission man at the
l'nlon stock ynrdtt, Is locked up on charges
of forgerv. Love of whisky N ald to be
the cause. JlcCurtly has confessed, and
Implicates C. JI. Coleman, a bonkkeeier
who has been out of employmt nt for some
time Coleman s also loeked up
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. SO (Spt cial ) Pub
lie Administrator Thomas It. Smith was
stilcken with apopiexv at the unit house
about 10 o'clock this morning. .Mr Smith
was standing at a. desk, talking with Judge
Thomas, when he suddenly he. ame ill.
reeled, and fell upon a table. He will likely
St. Joseph. JIo.. Sept. SO -(Special) Mrs
Jliller motlii r of Professor C. 11 Jllller,
pilnilpul of the high schuol. was fatally
burned this morning by the explosion of a
gasoline stove. Jlis. Miller, w-as assist
ing In the preparation of breakfast, when
the gasoline In tho tank of the stove be
Atlanta, da., Sept. SO.-Willlam Uiul-v
Thomas has been appointed commission, r
of tho Southern, States Passenger Associa
tion, to succeed W. W. I'lnlev, re uly
elected third vice president of the Southern
rallwav. Jlr. Thomas was formerly In the
railroa'd business In Augusta. He has ln
bornc in Atlanta.
Now York, Sept TO. Messrs. A. A. H
Ilolssevaln ,fc Co. hnve sold abroad at 91
and Interest, the entire issue of S3,0).ojo ot
flftv-yiar 1 per cent gold bonds of the
IiiiNville & Jefferson lirlge Company
fruaranteed jointly und severally, one-third
lythe Ohes.ipenko & Ohio, and C. C. C. &
St I,ouis eoinpanles.
New Y'ork. Sept. SO. Captain W. II.
JIulsP and Pilot James Allen, of the Iron
steamboat Poi-seuep, which on the even
ing of August a; ran down tho neht
AtlelaldP and caused the death of ltobert
W. Inman, Jr., weic to-day Indicted fir
manslaughter In the second degree by the
ltichmond county grand jury. They gave
Washington, Sept. SO. Secretary Da
mont has as yet taken no action In the
case ot Captain Amies. (Jeneral Seliollcld
left Washington hist evening for Pelte Isl
and, in Duke Drle. to spend two weeks
in fishing. Tho nbjectlonnblo letter ad
dressed to him by Captain Armes has been
turned over to Secretary Damont for Ida
Halifax. N S, Sept. 30. There Is gicut
activity among the North Atlantic sound
rou, now in the harbor here, and it is be
lieved to be the tesult of the Mosquito
coast dllllcult). The Itambler and Jluglcl
nnne have received in tiers to sail, nnd will
leave lor the West Indies on Wednesday.
The Canada nnHeil here to-day from
Piinte Ddwaril Island.
Abilene. Kas , Sept. SO (Special.) The
Itepublleans of the Higlith judicial dis
till t laid a t (invention at llerlngton to.
day and nominated O. D Moore, of Abi
lene, fur Judge by acclamation. The con
vinl ion was enthusiastic, and all counties
were represented by full delegations Tim
nominee will have hearty Itepubllc-an sup
port trom the entlra district
Iondion, Sept 30 A dispatch from Mad
rid to the Times which will 1m published
lo-muiTow sa that Senor Dupii) tic
I -tunc Spanish ministei to the United
States, tub-graphs that tlm Unittil States,
at the retpittt of the Moratory of statu and
In accordance with the demands of Just lev,
ha dei-iied that nil aims and munition
intended? for th Cuban rvbeU shull bo
seized by the American authorities and not
returned to tlulr owners.
Oklahoma City, O. T., Sept SO. (Special )
An accident o urrcd near llelmont, Suu
du tMiiliig. causing the death of tleoige
W Turner, of Jlotovla, la. II und I,, T
Hill, al-o ot Morovla. cume tu Oklahoma
last wefk to visit xlativei und purchase
land Sunday ixcritig they went out to
xiew the coutitlT t iking their guuu ulollg.
Tiny tplrd a fjurr 1. and 1 1 til shot at it.
lie snapped tin s urn 1 harrU, but It failed
to go oir but m "hnakii g" it to see what
wis the mutt' r, it ixploded, tho chuigo
strikP r Turner in tin. breast, killing Win
2 TICH PICKINGS art plentiful in this great Stock of
(3 IV 0UrSt Stead about them, then come and see them at
the store : they'll give you
uuu vao ruK u. r. jo-ll.
A lavish hand prepared this stock. We've every
evening shade and every grade a completion unexcelled
at prices that will prove it clearly to your advantage to
supply your wants here.
A SPECIAL : : : :
iO-button length Suede Gloves, cream and white, sold
formerly for $3.jo, $2.5 and Sj.zo, will go now at $r.yo
S3 There's plenty of just
M these all around this busy
know a good thing when they sec tt.
Q. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co.
ttouof a ramou
om or tlivaei
Hrrnor - arrrn niiuioijarroroiJmpoiency. vi.n"iii;nicicaubC3uiumcrt ilia
crunc. AUD MT I C n I ,lMi.r nnii (hfi lltln.irvnri'utiiifil li!l ImnnrlMrq.
CITI'I IlKTl -tirlhnnjinii nfnrr4 pftinll
Ilio irasoit fuflrnTH uto not cutfl by JKtnrt lj litrnu nlnrtv pr rrnt nro tronhlM wllh
8roHtmlll. Ct 1'IUP.N J 11 tin only known rrmmlv to run- niilioutniirr-rntlon. &nootn.tlraonU
nK A written RunrHntPosIvptinml mnnt'yn turnfil If Mz IkixpOops rot ilfcct a porniauwiturew
l,00a box, Mx forj3.ro, by mall. hvi for rr rc circular nml testlmonfftU
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Tlie largest and most varied assort
m'iit u havr wt shown. uu can pur
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State and Jackson 5t&.,
llth and Broadway.
AUtnnlit'al anil urirat i-4UPtuo''"-3CUy trfatnl
I.xcriuceUl nurses Hume tumioita Hou m and
bg&rd for pattt nt a Satuf iction Kurantf nl
Tor lurthcr mfgrruatiou call on or address
DR. C. M. COE, KANSAS CITY, MO.
HO'.IS AT AIIKINSAS CITV.
I.iiri;u uinli'r of lllil 'nlilU'ri Arriving I
fur tlm Iti'llllliill I lii'rr.
AiKaiusas City, Kas.,o. t 1 iSin.ii.il i The
meeting of iliu SuulliweHtein Soldii'iV As
hoclatlon will Ikkih Ihti' to-moiroiv A
lari?n TiuniliiT of vi-trr.iut nii finllnif. wlu
iiro iihslKiii-U teniH at ltlveit.l(c park The
i,-rand purailo will tnko place Krhlny. in
uliU'li bi'Vi ml liuniliiil liullana will par
ticiiutc AmuiiB tlu i-pcakiis arc Ui'nir.il
,1 C. CaMwi-ll, -x-K"ii.iUir Incallc. .1 II.
Ilurluii, Coiitsri-.sin.il Iliu.' ami Hlrkpui
rlck, llerii.ii'l Kfllv, Jmlgu John tiiulirif,
Uovuinor Morrill, It lilu Innllli will pi-rinit,
.Muny n ri'iini l.ii'p t'nrti'r' l.lttlo I.Uar
l'lllkon liuiul lo pievrnt bilious attaclis, hlcli
lieaUiolir, ul..lmis, and llnd ihem Jim wbdi
lliuj' lined ,
ll.illiii lauplii)!' to .11 il.
Ki-im-r, Col, Sept. ,10. Din- of tlio most
linporiai.t iiili tlimn of ralhoad cmployfs
evi'i lii-M In tlii- V't will (K'i'iii- lurt on
ii. lull, r 19 wlnii omi- ! ili-lrif.itea, n-piv.
iillni; Y.iioi) im-iniM-ri in loioiano .ui'i a i-
jolnliiK teirltoiv, ol iHe of tin lieht Known
lahor oriMiilzatlonii In tin- country, will im-
stmlili' and the "I'idi'iatlon ot Itallwaj
oiuatilzatlons" will l- perfii'ti-d Tho out-
t'oiiu- id tho meeting l not uivii'lKl ny rail,
road niannatt-.i. a-, -rr unpfilntfiid' nt,
mail'iKi r mwl rmlur ol , ery streat Vct
em ti'in hah ln'oii-i'd the project of the
men. Tlio olk'.ir.li.illona whlih will take
part In tlio fonfennfi are: llrotlierhood of
Locomotive ICnuiiic J. llrotlierhood o(
Hallway Tra nmui, ordi r of Hallway Con-(Iik-Ioim.
llrotln rhonil of l,m oniotlve Kire
lmn and OrU-r of llnilway 'iMegrapliera. ,
Children Cry for
(IIiiiiit to London Athlete.
New York. Sept an.-The New Yoik Ath
letic Cluli fcrue a diiiiKr to-iiteht In tho
chili house nyiiuj.iMuiu to the I.undon Ath
letlo Club iepris ntatlveu. The. nailery of
the Kyimiatlum was liunn with the trophy
bamieis of the ilub, ami directly In thu
center of tin halcony, In which tlia or- '
clu"tra vas hi lden. u plowlnK elecirie le
Bilil leaillliif, N Y. A, C 1W3," llKhtei
up tho mm li pruel white banner of the I
l'nlted States lauiosse champlonahlp. Al-
tliouKh lij covers wtrt laid, It was a rather ,
Informal nifalr Speeches were, made by
victors und vanquished.
i , . . " ..I i
an idea of what wideawake, g
is and of the way we keep H
such convincing bargains as a
store for prudent pcopte who
1 hl ?rnnt Votxtf ult-
I VltiIlEir.thflirr ti'rin.
French pli)Plc!an. will quickly cure ou of nil nr
of tho Krricrfttle orcan. such m JotMnnbnod,
jiDxuinuiu, i Jiunm iuv is-,-3i'iiiiiiui i.miainn, rrv(nn I'tHIH,
J'lDiplM, UiiUtfK-M to Marrr, JIxluuHtluj; Drains, Vnrlaxrle iu'd
Constipation. It Btopi nil lotiapt brilav i.r tiluht. I'uvpnt( qtitrk
ik yt of Ulclarge, which If not Pliw'Kwi Jrafl to Sprrniatorrhip miJ
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
Over 200 Tooth Kxtruetcil Daily. NO
PAIN OR DANCER. Artiliciul Tooth
warriinted to l'it Pei'lectly. Decayed
and achiiiir teeth, if worth it, tilled an J
725 R.AIW STREET
ALTMAN. KAULBACH $ CO., Props.
Fnc Simile of the Genuine.
Tlie Purest tmtl tho Best.
Oldest and Original.
io West Ninth St. .Kansas City, fin.
X.eadlus and Successful faprallit in lllood.
i NMVni;aiHl Vrlnary Dlso.isi a
m:um).s iii:iili.ri'V, with Its many
gloomy symptom, tured.
l.nvr fl i'ai l IV permanently restored.
i M l':ill.l- cured for Ufo without mercury,
1 I1IINAUY llsi;.Vi: cured ijulcUly and
tni:. ai.i, (niiDitsrAii.couiiiit ir u.
J Whlttler ami receive the eaudld opinion ot a
ph) uli'tsu ot experience skill and Integrity. No
promises made that cannot be fulfilled.
aiDUll'INDs furnished at binall cot, and
bent anywheie teilcd. Trtalmeut M:Vi:i;
hi:.Vl c. i). I).
l'lti:t: consultation and urinary aualynls.
'TT f niT to L4lth and emergencies. sealed
vtj j for U ceut kt-uii. lllauks t'ree
all Cor address in confidence.
Dr. H. J, WHITTIER,
10 Welt Ninth bt., KAMjAij CITV UO.
mm m $
uilV c ni uiy
i5tST THIRD ST.KS
SIEGE OF VICKSBOR
$1,500 worldTfairTireworks $1,500
ACROBATIC SPECIALTIES. JUBILEE SINGERS,
f0Y4L haWJuaH BAND l
Every Night This Werlt but Tuesday, under the Auspices of
GENERAL ADMISSION, 50c. SEATS IN RESERVED SECTION, 75c. ON
SALE AT JACCARD'S AND BOX OFFICE.
r-Vf-- A. rriTPO oi'int.v
11 01;. st:.
Kitj 'lht Thl WvrU.
3lntltlee 'lo.ilitj mill ntlirililT.
THE PASSING SHOW
1 10 i'i:oi'i.i:-i 10.
JtlM'.m i:il MlATs fide, 7.-.r mill l.tm.
IATIIi:tS mill lllil. CI. 1;
with thllt I.lielj- Coini'ilr
Xuthltix lltit J'iiii.
Next Week, STEVE BR0D IS
WILLIAM HOEY "Old Hoss."
And his own comedy company, presenting
tin? latest comic hit, by Ixnils De Lanse,
The Globe Trotter.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday a
popular prices Seat.s on sale at the Box
Olllce and llurllnBton Tlch-et Olllce.
9TH ST. opera
THE DERBY WINNER.
To-niKht and cver nljrht tli.s week Mat
inee I'rlroe, 5i and K)e. Kxtra matin
Thur(liij 2-30 p. in Regular matinees
Veones'ia an-l t.iturdn
Next Wcek-GItlFI'MTH "FArST."
Cmtltiumi sIkmvh thU neck
BILLY RIGE'S MINSTRELS.
Mrl'lotul i .T1.-U ill.'. i:t, .Stock Co. Ill
I'rlti". Ille, M(le, 3t)p.
ConimencinB Thursday, September 19.
THE NATIONAL HAWAIIAN BAND,
C MUSICIANS i;
Soloist, Quartetto nnd Duet Singers.
Hvery Afternoon ami Ilvenlne.
Tho delicious fragranco,
refrcshlntr coolness and soft beauty Im
parted to tho akin by I'ozzom's 1'uwLhii,
couiineiids it to all ladles.
"Dr. DeLap's New Tonic Pills,
Produces the above result In 20 DATS
NO LONUUK! It nets powerfully
and quickly. Cured others, will cure
you, Votintf men will regain their lost
manhood and old men will recover
their youthful Myor. It milckly and
positively cures Ni:ilVOUS.'i:Srf.
vaufccd from excess, utu of tobacco
or utner utlniulants Itestores LOST
I'OWBIt and VITALITV, l.Ml'O
TUNCY, N10IITI.Y AMISSIONS,
L'AILINO LIKSIUHY.WASTINO 1JIK.
KAriUrf uml ALL elVectK at Belt-abuse, Q
or excesH unu inaibcretion. which un
Ills one (or marrliige, business or
study. It not only cures by striking
nt tlio i-eat of the disease, but it Is a
preat NllltVB TONIC und BLOOD
l'l'ltlKIKlt. It brines back the l'INK
GLOW TO l'AI.B OHKI1KS and re
fctores tlio FIU1J OF YOUTH. Insist
on your drugKlst Blvlnb' you "DE
L,A1''H" no other Its muni, as It Is
prepared from the, prescription of Dlt.
1)U liAI1, the great French physl
dan, who has hart thirty i ears'
practice, hospital and olllce. In I'arls,
on Nervous lMse.ibes. Can be earrlml
In vest pocket. Sent by mnll (sealed).
postaitB paid, Jt.CQ nackaue. or SIX
l'ACUAIlIlS FOit KM. WITH A
WltlTTUN OUAHANTKn TO I'OSI.
TIVi:i.Y CUHB OU HUFUND TUB
For bale by
JOHNSON BROS,, Druggists,
1 107 Mala Mrect, - Kansas City, Mo.
Iliis 3 Is a non. poisonous
ruait'ly (or tiouoirhua,
iWiiti'i, unnatural ills,
iliiifi., ur any iutlaiiiua.
liun. Irritation ur ukira-
loll i pi u c u u s int-ui
.Sold by rui;slsU,
ot seat la t'liin urspper,
iiy firiin, prrpiti'l, fr
II J), ur 3 bcitl, t.'.TS.
Circular s(at vu rtniuebt.
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
10 cents a weejc,
I'hotORraphol Trom Llta.
AS&w gKcstoreg Vitality.
JmWrta ! Ud iT'
MsCW iiQiisai.'l M
vttjH cci w BUliiue.
i Pl.r.sll coaulUn.
u u. a. x 3T
Open Air Spectacle
" hnoiu what Is tho matter with me, but WHO can euro me,
It Is a well-known fiet
that In Orpinlc Stricture
there Is n crimpy deposit
I ,.Al a tluro-plastia material
fyii I in and on th mucus uicm-
IS (-Ll iirnue ot thfi natcr pax-
S jpWS mie: that It gradually
-Sil nri-jnl7es and becomes
hard, arm and touch, causing a tlilcnciilnc Impossible: hoRuTer.lt Is n fact,
and puckering ot tho membrane. 'Phis -,y trcatmcntlsof such a naturo that IV
bclne tho case, how can tho cutting or nip- octsdlrcctlytipon thostncturonndonydls
turlntt ot a stricture euro lit It cannot. i-aietilla,milAmttjrrcttnrtte imndmtm
Tho ncposlt Is btlll there. h "", gradually illssolTlnR tho plastlo do-
dlio inpeually of tho surgeon has been posit and removing all acUentitlous tissue,
thoroughly t.xed to find an effective method which comes away In asamlust-llko lorm or
for the euro of stricture ieon-sof opera- shreds, or In .strltia from hull to several
tlvoprocedurcsbavaocendeMtril pradual, lnehC3 in length.' Sometimes tho wholo
rapid and continuous dllallons, bouRlet, etncluro will como away in ouo piece. Tho
pounds, raustlcs, cuttlnes. olc. Occai.lou- treatment Is easy to uo docs rot Interfere
fclly the'e euro In exceptional eases, but as ultb ordinary business, does vox, causo pain
a rule, all are failures How many patients nnil inflammation. Is not revere and ths
hae hid this hind of treatment suffered patientcanu'-eitathomewlthotiteiposuro
untold miscrv nnd pain lor mouths or j ears, IMany tpcclmens of actual strlcturo can
end nt last, null In illspust be seen nt my oHcc.1 Hours : 8 a.m. toSp.m.
To xu.tufully treat stricture, this plastic Stale your casoandscndstamaforoircular.
DR. HENDERSON, 101
E&MCSR3ES, Automatic, Slide Valve or Corliss.
BOILERS, Horizontal or Upright.
PUIViPS, Steam, Air or Irrigating.
"Wei can Interest you In poods nnil prices. Write us.
iaaa uxiox avknue.
U. W. WOOUWARU. T. A. FAXON. J. C. UUKTO.H,
WOODWARD. FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
1206 and 120S Union Ave, (Near Union Depot), Kanras City, Mo.
in V T?icnrii PipuliVnt-
1 lUMir c KuMi'i-.Vtcel'MVt.
Foreiiru Drafts Issued on
bu, Kansas uty, no.
AS K FOR
iiiSTHiniiTiNo nnpoT,4 w. i
Dili hl.,KiiliSHi Clt J,. II o. TeLCTO I
ItA.NbAS CITY, Missouri.
WESTERN SASH til 000R COMPANY:
Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts.. Kansas Citv, Mo.
Hi i own nrriui: iiisimc iiuii.iiixi.
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO. N
(lNCOItl'01tATr.U ) 1
0k, Ah, flum, Clierry. AViilnut, l'ciilnr, Illrltory, ltutternut, "
I'.ed Ceilitr, alHliugnuy, lt'l Woui, yiturtiT huivail Jtuil uud Whltu Oak,
Toplar hqnarrs, Wstoa hliii'U, Iliilustrr mid N'nnel .Stock.
Varil anil Olllce,
Riehards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cntlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Sates, Scales Eta,
ttontbeut Cornsr Fifth ml Wytadotlt Bus., Utnsas City Ma.
i:yes TchIimI 1'rre. li:ill MAIN ST.,
iMitlsfiiC'lloii (iuurniitroil. lum..is Clt), -Mo.
thu tur. that i.uhkk'atks most is
bin. i, ma.mh'autlju:i) nv
VACUUM OIL GO,
Hut to buy It and yon villluet Hlnlvi
orlelnal pack ages no to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
8. A. METZNER,
Dealer in Stove Repairs of Every Descriplioai
301 W. Ut- kt., liausas llty, 11 o,
in the World !
deposit rtvtt bo reuiovcd, and as 1 can do
this, I lay claim to txferitrity over all other
I can permanently curennycaaofuncom
pllc.itt'uorpanlcstrlc'ure without resorting
iotheuscotknlfc caustics, botiRlcs, so ind3
or nn operation of any lclnil. Toanyononot
untlcrstamUtiL' lion this Is 'Jono.lt Till seem
W.9th St., Kansas City, Mo.
New York Life Building.
R. I). COVINCTON, Cashier. D. A. McKtmiBT.
r. ii. nuMi. ii. j, ULUKA, c. s. ar.itAf,
All Parts of the Old World
"RELIEF FOR WOMEN",
NAT ONAL BANK
AD ALWAYS HEI.IAUI.Ii
Far ttlT than Tansy or Pennyroyal l'llls and all similar m8dl.f''.'i,T
elnn- buceittfulli used In thousands of cases It Is a mr rem'dui?" i
(fiarantitit. Sent promptly (sealedi on rscelpi of SI 00 Avolu tJili-S. , .
nr and disappointment, l'repared by Old Dr. DeLap, of Parlsi'".'
rrince. specialist In female- complaints. 30 years' practice, hoaplta,"? .'J
nnd onice For sale bv JOHNSON' 11ROS.. Drucctats. 11W Malrll' r!i
sou vt estern Acunis.
YOU'LL WANT ANOTPIER.
HAVANA CIGARS. I .;XA8' " "S
KANSAS CITV, MISMIl'ttl.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnishatj.
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
10 cents ver wcctt,
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