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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1S95.
THE QUEEN USES THEM
What One of ths Highest
Oueuti Victoria Uses Proprie
Ami Whitt Is More, They Cure
Other Crowned Heads Use
Them Also and Get Well.
1'eople Have Hiirh Kxiiinpled
in Usini; These JJemedies.
Thfrp nmcr wn a lime when pntetit or
proprietary tniillclrwis iro bo popular ntul
t) widely ti"il by i-vrlml ni nt prcm-nt.
Y(.ir nf pxpcrlcnco lme ili-moiiMrnte-cl
IIil (.rent benefit of lhe remccllf. Thoy
i ire; lience It li not a iimtter of v.omInr to
! irn tliroiiKl) thi mot Olrect ntul rILnl)lu
ulll Inl pourcop, tlmt In her rwent lllncw,
(jaMii Victoria, tho creat quron of Uiik
liml, UfoU nnd wan preatly nrfltcc by
Kiioh a remedy. Othpr crtmncd 1imd hn
undoubtedly dotvc tho sntno Thus we eu
Hint the wlcest, thoie with the
In st opportunity to Judge, mill rlcli
In unlimited nources, are- cuntnced
of the curatlte cjmlltles of theso
iii'-dlclnes. With ability to prottire
the best medical talent In the world, this
I nowiuil iii"cn preferred a genuine tem
r ly which had cured m many people,
whoe tcstlmoulils w had rend.
Amonjr nil lhoc which rare genius, utter
lone jears of study and experiment, has
dlHcoxered, Uiero Is none eiual to Dr.
Ureene's Nervura blood ami iieno rcmed).
KtnqK, riue'iiis, noble and pensint, the
IilKh us well as tho low, alike employ nnd
are cured by this grand remed, especially
at this Re.iAon of the je.ir, when tho blood
anil ticrws require this juirlfjinir and ln-
Ifroratltif? medicine. J.ut others follow
these Illustrious examples Don't m ike uny
mistake. Take Dr. Greene's Xcrturn. blood
nnd lie-no remeils. It Is this sou need. It
is this which will purely make ou well
Mrs. Charles II. lleaton, residing at 111
Kt-ate street. .Montpdlor, Vt.. Is of the ery
highest hooinl position. She says:
"Two ear ago wu had a terrible expe
rience, with li grippe, and by overwork in
tiiklnf? eire of my chlldien nnd the results
of the dleae, I -,: left In a ery ex
hausted condition, and In fact was nearly
prostrated. 1 wus so weak that upon the
least i xcltemuit I would feel nauseated. I
was as near mrious prostration as anyone
"Someone recommended Dr. Greene's
Is'ervura, blood nnd neno remedy to me nnd
I immediately began Its lite. I am happy
to saj that It completely cured me I
think it Is the best medicine I ecr knew of
for an form of nervous or tluonlc dlsense.
I have recommendi d it to many and shall
do to upon evorj occasion."
If lou aie nervous, vxoik. tired, glceplem,
' ou have headiLhe, indigestion, kidney or
liver complaint, poor blood and weak
nerves, you can suiely regain jour health
nn I be is well .is vou ever were by taking
Iir i.rcenes Nervuia blood and nwvo
The t-trengthenlng and ctirntlvo powers
of this iemed are wonderful. Ue It and
yoit will be maJf will and strong It Is
th ii-i-uvtrv of Dr Ureeiio, the most suc
f ful peilallt In .urlng nervous and
cm ,11 illsiiisis ll an be consulted by
a . at Ills olllie, 30 West lith uieit, Saw
..'I. city, free, iicronallj or b k-tter.
THE "L" ROAD ACCIDENT.
A ( unirier'. .Turv 1 ximerati h the Company
1 roui Illume hi thti Iragicly or
Vur wrangllnsr for four hours yester
Oj. afternoon and evening over the man-
i ii which Mrs. Jlinnlo Mcleod und
v! I'liza Job came to their death, a
trs Jury returned a xurdlct that tho
r. d a' cUient was "caused by fulling from
i "' alon platform on the Elevated rall-
it Ninth and Mulberry streets, Oc-
t r whllo trying to board a moving
tr., r. on said road after being told by the
ui lor not to do so "
Mi Md-coi! and Mrs. Job were killed on
ii ii il night They had come to the city
t. witness the carnival parade and had
bio i l to Mrs. McLcod's. home, Tls Simp
m ticet, Kansas Cttj". Kas. There wus
u i it cnibh on all the Mrnt lallroadg
'i night and the two wonn-n had walked
i! Mulbcrrv street nation to tuke n
r A loaded Grundvliw car came alone?
i t'nv tried to git on The) fell and
i i ulmot Insiunily killed.
I i t Krlduj the coroner Impaneled
let . Jiirjiucii. J C. Ciulkshank, William
J ai ii, V. A. Marshall II, C Preston,
K A Muywurd und 1'hlllp Johns, who
v i th bodies ind the follow Inn day
1 si n. I to the testimony of Jl, Ii. Hatcher,
i imir whose home Is t-i.x miles fiom
n m i. Ka Owing to the absence of
mi i taut witnessed tho Inquest wus con
' I until 1 o'clock Jesterduy. At that
li ji i! was resumed,
i oi iui tor Murraj, Sarah Williams. Su-
r niuiidciit Unrnhart, William Cannon,
e irr . HcjnolUs, H U. MUott und others
ti mil l.
I rcn the first, IKo of tho Jury were In
favor ff returning a xerdlct In acordaneo
vmiIi the ono that was eventtiully found,
but r,c Juror wanted the (ompuii) c en
hina Tile other Jurvmen r fused to do
this und determined to hold out to tho
ml At 7 the obstinate Juror came
nrour 1 and agreed with his fellows to a
CONCEALED HIS WHISKERS.
henutnr 1'efTi r ItuttoncMl 'Ilium 1'p at tho
I ulun III "il I. lit Mglit Inr Dim nt
I vim luti rii.tlug It. ioiiv.
Has Wllllum A 1'clTir, l nited Stites
p nitor fiom Kansas, ceased to admire his
) iXunaut beurd?
Perish tho thought.
Mm jet last ovuiini, during his khort
staj at the Union depot he kept them
ear fully buttoned beneath his overcoat
when he appeared on tho dupot platform,
llh his long beaid carefully tuiked under
h s ' oat, and his black htetson hat pulled
Oivvn low over his ejes. he walked about
tut. from recognition, for who would think
nt Mr. i'tller hlillng his bemd'
, The cepot oltl luls tjiclired he had not
been. s--ci! unjvvheie about the plaie, the
trainmen who knew hlin stated he was
not there and jet all tho time the Wiro
ii' ruing th fact there was a tall, blender
man, robe) in black, walking slowlj up
and down the platform us If In deep medi
tation. He was .Senator I'effer.
Hi cast his glance's m the iloor and
lo .kid neither to the right nor to the left.
Then he mddenly appenred to recall tome
tl u-g, for ho looked hurried!) at hit watch
an I walked upstairs to the 1'nlun Depot
h ! whi-i Mis. I'elfer was In waiting,
in isiorted her down to the train and
LoUi lift for St Louis.
Those who did recognize the sntor tie
rl ire 1 that his beard was bla-k Now,
this problem asks solution: Did .Mr. Pelfer
want to mold recognition, or has he djed
'jo ti. im p i r.o
Tickets on sale to October 11th, Inclusive,
Jlciiiuj.ii ktrr.' I icursliuis.
The Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul rail.
-way will sell to various points on Its s)s.
tein, on October ith an I 1. round-trip
tickets at greatly sedu'tj ratis,
I or full information us Im t rrltory, lim
its and rates apply to
UI.OIIOi: II FOOTE.
City I', and T. Agent, Cwj Delaware t.
THE JUDGE HESS LIBEL SUIT,
A lelrbrntrd t ro III t'niiio t'p In the
' Iirnl t'ourt nf ppeU Ilil
Major Hen It I))nrt. of Mneon City,
Mo, nrrlvnl In th" ill) Inst evening wllh
Judge Mnlhews mil Col mi, 1 Park of I.n
riatn, to r,Ui In the court of Appeal llii
morning lh nlnbnted llbfl crte of JwIro
Chatb 1 lte na-alnl Philip Unnx, editor
of the Mnron HepuMlenn. Tho ce wrti
orUinmiv ttlnl In the circuit court of la
run inuiitv before .Indue l.'lllson nnd ni
ptnled lv IMItor Oun.
The i in um(nni and facts make It one
nf the most Inti tetln lllwl enne ever
tried in Hi" slate Winn the Tnjlir bos
Wire lirotiKhl bin-It from Arh(inas Ih'V
were expeitnl to stop nt Mneon I'lly, nnd
a large number of iltUeiis rotu I.lun conn,
tv went down thtie to look at the matter.
It wh reiorlid the I.lnn conntj people
weie to mob the prisoners, and as soon ns
the rrHched Mneon nt Ihi'V weie ar
retted and rharm-d with rnrrslii ron
cealeit weniions and locked up. 'Iliey want,
ed to Rive bond, but ilnvor Hnnion was
deln.ved nnd they spint the niht In the
lock-up. The next da) thej hired Judge
Hess to difdid them. At the trial In ki
lire court .Major ilnnson sat with the
Ity altoimy nnd assisted him In nsklliR
ijuestlons In the ense. In ib-felicllnR the
prisoners Judge 11( took the mftvor to
task for oilli lousm and ibdlvued n
siieei h that btistled with hot words nnd
harp thtust. He told Mavor Hanson
iilmi tin thrmD'ht tif the fiction.
The speech wn the tnlk of the town and
IMItur Hudson of the Times pi luted It
In full. Mavor Ilnnson reiilled In the Uetn.
oi rat and Iti piibllian, In whlih he dis
cussed the inntttrs with a llery dlsiegnrd
or pirsnnnl feelliiRS and fairly llnjed JtidRe
llptu, and touched Hdltor Hudson slmrplv.
Judge Hess at oiu e tiled suit ngiilu Mnjoi
Hanson, I ho Hepubllcnn and nemocrat for
Jl."tfl em h, nnd inued the arrest of .Mnv.
or Hanson on the ihirge of trimliial libel,
Tht'ii IMItor Hudson, of the Times, who
hnd felt the sting of Jliivor Hanson's pen
in the article, nlo brought suit for flu fJ
against tin- mavor and IMllor Gaii7, who
had publlhed the article The erj nlmos.
phere wus full of libel suits ami everj at
torney In the county was review Ins the
Some of the suits were compromised and
aifiOttu,wl niul ntliers rnntlntlei!. but tile
one brought by Judge Hess against l.dltor
tinnr. cf the Republican was tried, and
after n hard battle the Jury decldeil tint
thu editor "liould pay to Judge Hess J.riO
He demurrnl nnd the no was nppenled
to the ouri of nppenls and the othi r eaes
were contlnuul lo nwalt tho result The
caa comes up for argument this murnlng
hero nrm .Mnjoi Dvsait Is to iepreent
Judge Hess, while .Mathews and Piiks will
care for Hdltor liaiir. Ilrli fs have been
prepired nnd will be submitted In the case
At the recent term of the cltcult court
at Mncon City the criminal case against
Mi. or liatison for writing the nrllcle was
tried and that oilleijl was promptly nc
q iltted That but serves to make thu ene
mon li.ietiit'ng. The Jury s ivs that May.
cr ilniiton who wrote the article In ques
tion, was not gulltj of n wrong act. and so
arqults him, but IMitor Gnu who pub
lished it. waF guilt v and must pa) J. ".
This makes it v. verj novel legal situation.
BEFORE THE GRAND JURY.
lb" All, ceil Trillifir I Illef llellevnl
Mini) (ilven luti resting liiroriniitloii
In Ihil I rlbiiiml Ji'stirdiv
Thomas N Nolan, the Indicted ex-foic-man
of the Rallro-id Tiansfer Compinj,
In tho presence of Mnrshil J H Keshlear
and several rallwaj detectives, bus h'nted
that he knows more about the wholesale
robberies thit were committed for three
iurs than he cares lo I ell, was taken be
fore the si nnd Jury jesterdaj morning
nnd made to testifv against those who
were concerned In the alleged robberies
with him It Is not known what was the
lestilt of the lnv stlgutlon nor will it bo
known until the grand Jury makes nn
othei report, but It Is thought that he give
i-omo valuable Information which will en
able the olllcers, with the aid of the grand
Juiv, to fclft the matter lo tin bottom
berles Nolan, it Is said, h is eonfese 1 I
mil learn mp exieni oi me leoorieci rou-
that he has been helping to lob the rail
load companies for a jenr, but that he
knew of wrong doing b) others connected
with the ti insfer company for a greater
period. The result of the grand Jurv's In
xcstlhatlon will be awaited with interest.
citntt.NAi. i mm i l'ltoctnini.scs.
Xitrbms Cii.i c of Mime luliriit Ai ted tijioii
at i-terili)s sitting.
Yesteruay was confession daj- in tho
criminal court for several piKopers who
were on trial for criminal offenses. Will
iam Ponneas, Indicted for robbing the Mc
Grath drug fc-tore, was permitted to plead
guilt)' to p' tit larcc-ny and was levvardeel
with a fcenteme of (Ixtv dajs In the coun
ty Jail. He was charged with burglary and
grand laTceny In th" indictment.
William Johnson, Indicted tor robbing an
Eat Hlshteeiith -treet hardware store of
$1 and two levolvers, pleaded guilty to
petit larceny, and was given four montns
in the county Jail. Johnson was iinlleted
at the same time with IJuiton Peck, who
was two vveolts ao senttiued o three
)carv In the penltentlarj Peck had pre
viously been th.ugid with stealing a bi
)ele, whloh accounts for the severe judg
ment meted out to htm by Judge Wofford.
Hi pleaded guiltj'.
Ilurrj Lewis, . harged with etetllnej a
watch, a ring and .some Jewelry from J C
H. Hargls, of Helton, Mo., was sentenced
to three months in the county jail. Tho
Mate withdi-vv the charge of burglary and
Ltrcen) and Lewis pleaded guilty 'to petit
J. C .Teffrej-s, charged with Indecent
conduct, whose case was taken on appeal
fiom the police court, was fv'ind guity by
a Jury and assessed a fine of ?i1n and costs.
Jeurej's could not be found when the re
sult of the Jurj's deliberation was an
nounced, having been permitted to step
from the room a few moments before,
John May Is on Jeffrey's bond for J500.
The c is. of J. M. uu!e, the Iiuclsner
dalrjmnn, indicted for obtaining money un
der false pretenses, was continued until
next term, at the requeit of the defend
ant The i-ases of Dan Lucas and others, for
violating the Sunday barberlng law, were
uli-o continued until next term.
Ada Hurch, pleaded guilty to petit lar
ceny and was sentenced to six months In
tin county Jail.
It. J Holmes, charged with selling liquor
without a licensi, gave floo bail for his up.
p .trance for trial neict teim.
John Adams, indicted with Pearl Hogora
far assault to kill and highway robbeiy,
gave J1.20U bo-id, with Pattlik O'Uallahun
and George W, Miller aa smc ties
Andy 1'oloy, the saloonkeeper ut nighth
and Walnut, was found guilty by tho
court of violating the Sunday closing law,
when the iiollco board endeavored to en
lotce it recently, and for lighting a police
man who entered his place and endeftv
ored to close It up. In the llrst ease he re
ceived a tine of W and iou, and in the
latter a tine of JS5 and costs A stay of
execution on $10 of the llrst fine was grant
id by the court Philip 3berary, Foley's
bartender, received like sentences in two
chaiges by the lourt.
lUrry Chupman was found guilty of
draw ins; a revolver on ft policeman nnd
nil lined $10 und costs
('harks I'ratueens, u druggist, was found
sillily by a Juty of selling liquor on Sun
day und was lined ?lw.
'lifilO's ( rliiilintl Court Cull.
IM18. Charles Mltchrlt and 1 nomas
liolilnson, burgl.ny In tho second, dtvree
and ttiutiil luici-ny.
liisti;' Hume, same
luUI William Jonesj burglary In the
second degice und grand laieenj.
Ilrs'degree0 l,,,nJtt robbery In the
10553- Jo. Leonard; burglary In the sec
ond degree and larceny,
Mills I Ileal
SSI68. The J Jl. North Furniture and
me.it Q'"pa"v v' M,4' l'eyi attach-
26184. Theodore Urockman vs. ltosa
25113. T. A, llray g, Henry Selbenj ap.
Iliniiu lid In. p (, , Illric lor..
The t.n dlieelors of the Priests of Pallas
weje nit.rtulnel lust evening at a dinner
li Hie in.iniriniient of the Coates House-,
An tlaborate spread hud been prepaied In
honor of the occasion, ami thu guests
dis0u,s.IngTt'.ele,!u',B wy "e-y
pAVr"r,.l''srva,',"jdl,0tl'e car" a,,d
llcior f llupu Mlt iln.
The rr mill pui-Mi ? of tne .,. 0i iailon
of th" Uooi of Hoi will b. h. u m the
Ml Hand hole', parljr S. to-da at 21.
'Ih'te vvl I be the uni -al ele tfon of of
llc ' r.s and other imp rtant businibs to
trail s.u t.
ANOTHER GANG OF THIEVES,
nn: Attaint it I'Ai'kimi company
i hi: oi'i it ions1 ictim.
A ntuplrtrj lijrUhlch the thicken lie-
pirttnent nt the I'lieklng Home lln
lleen llrfralidril Two Jten
A eleveilj plnntiwl ntul nettly executed
coutiplntcy to dt fraud the Armour Pack
ing Oompntiy w-n given publicity jesttr
tiny foreticxiit throtiK'h tho Issur.nco of
vvntrnntti In Justice' Hells' court In
Kfttisrts City, Jvits i for the arrest of two
tiieti who ore nllegml to be itieinliers of
a frnni; thnt luia been stlcccssfullj- opera
Hub; for months.
Olllcers of tlin law Unsuccessfully
sonicliptt tho town ncioss tho Knvv fir
thp men nil InM ult'lit nml will follow the
The nllrt'iul operuiloiirt of tlio Banir
would have probnbly continued fot nil
liiilellnltc period hud It not been that tho
entur dtslreil to extend their vvotklnijs by
dtawltiK new tntinbei.s Into the consplr-
ue. TIib fur four tiien lmve been linpll
cated. Two of thi-e me tl tire Hitlil to
have confessed and vvnniititu lmve been
lsueil feu the other two men.
'J'he wotk of defrnuillng the company
xvus till done In the chicken department.
It is said that the welghmiiHler of this
clepatlinent wns one of the pilnclptils to
The Almoin Coiiiptinv tltiiitie; the dull
season liuj.s iibotil 1 0"i. potiiiiis of lic
i hie kens clnllv. The thickens arc
brciuttht In In coops, It In the welirhmiiH
tei's duty to welijli the chickens nnd give
the reller u slip vvilli the number of
)kuiuIh of chicken sold. A duplicate slip
Is Mnt to the liookltitplnp; department,
wheie thev uic comp.ned and the seller
lecelvee. his p.tv One man counts the
chlcketu) and nNo suuis in repot ts of the
number In each coop There Is no check
s)tem on the welghmnster. Much de
pends on his honest) mid Integrltv It
Is the claim of the tepresentnthis of the
Aiinotir cotnpnti) that ecrtnln incn xvho
nre In the eliltken huvlni; biiclness en
tered into nn agreement with the vvelgh
lnnsti r wheribv whin coops nf tlmr
chic ketiB weie luought In to be weighed,
a few pounds should In uilded to the
weight of cadi coop, nnd th.it this svs
tem of defrauding- the company litis been
followed for almost one year.
An Atmour iepteent,itlvo said j ester
dav Hint It was possible under the pres
ent vvi iKlilir? s.vstem for the --tiler nnd
the welghmitstet to dcfrntltl theeomptnv
out of L'eo iiounds In each 1,000 pounds of
ehlcken.s sold. That Is, nt least "00
pounds could ensllv be milled liv the
welglniinste" on every 1000 pounds and
there would be no way of detecting- tho
The coops contain protn ten to thlitv
chickens and the actual weight of e-ii h
coop could be Inorensed se er.il jiounils
without atouslng; the suspicions of the
1 ookkeepers when the slips fiom the
vvclglimaster and the counter vveio win
pnted. Just about a week ago the company dis
covered the gang's opetntlnns and sev
eral trusted tiitent.s were placed nt wnik
on the case One of the alleged guilty
men was confronted la.st week v.lth the
evidence ncyalnst him He Is iid to have
vveikened nnd made n ep.m bte.ist of the
whole affair Yesterdttv anothei of t lie
gam? was callcxl before the heads of de
partments. He also confessed Tlun
vvarrilits were Issued for two of the men
Implicated One of the men who con
fessed s;i,i that the operations of the
g-ant? did not cover cpitte a vear
Thus far the onmp'inj hn.s found no
way of accurately computing- Its lnss( s.
One thousind didlirs mav cover It or
tlie illefred stealings ma.v leach Ju 000 or
THE PYTHIAN TEMPLE.
llineircil Interest in the Srhciinn in Ilnvi- a
Iliiine for the Kiiiisis tit)
A Ilvelv Interest Is manifested among
the Pytluans of the city In tho matter
of the new temple. The plan to erect one
was started several weeks since and has
bepn received with great favor by each of
the sixteen lodges. The first step In the
work is the Incorporation of the dllferent
lodges under the laws of the state so that
the companv for the rrec tion of the build.
Ing can be lormed. 17 p to date nearly nil
of the lodges have taken out articles of
Ineorpoiatlon and nppolntid representa
tives to the council for the purpose of
prep irlng definite plans for the project.
It is luti nded to secure four topainte
lodge rooms so that there mav be plenty
of room for the n-" of the lodges. There
are slxtun lodges nnd with four rooms
there woull Ik- four lodges In session four
nights each wiek liny also wont a
large drill hull, for the use of the untform
rank, In addition to the lodge rooms. The
committee has had conferences with tev
eral capitalists of the c ltv and there is
plenty of money teady for Investment In
The sixteen lodges of the city have
chosen their repr sentatlves to tho grand
lodge, whleh will met text week, and
the) w ill leav e for St. Louis Mond i)
THE POULTRY SHOW.
Kitcnslin I'n p ir.illuii and i'lntterlng
Prospect for the Ailtillil lull lUhlbit
nf Lieiitl ami lmtij stoik.
Piepnratlons for the si c unci exhibit of
the Mid-Continental Poultiy and Pet
Stock (.how here nre beln,; rapidly com
pleted With each (lay new attractions
and interesting; exhibits nre belns t-e-cuted
Untrlts are coming; in from nil
over the land. Scores of Western fanciers
who were not hero last je.ir are coming;,
whllo the r.asti-rn fiincleis. will bo liny
In lurgo iiumbciw mid with huge collec
tions of fowls. Over .iOO people have i-ent
notice of their Intention to enter fowls
for ptlzes nml d mble Hint ntunbei will
be in later Ten of tho lending; manu
facturers of Incubators will have tin lr
broodei.s nt work, nnd demonstrate tho
work ouch day.
l'.viiunt iiovM.i.M.'s i'Aitr.vi:i,i..
f-evirs Ills Cniiiiii llmi AMtli St. Alojiiiin
L'tturcli After right ttir
After fltht jeara' surcetcsfu! tervlcr as
pastor of St Alojstus cnui h, the onI
Jwuit place of worship In the clt), It. v.
Father James S. Dowllng preached his
farewell eetmou last hunda). He will
leave for St. Louis tht afternoon to report
to Itey T. H. 1'ltageialcl, provincial of tho
,J-!.ulI church Father Uovvllng will bo as
signed to a new lkld of labor either In bt.
Louis or C liK-ago.
When Faith-r Dow Uny came to Kansas
City, In 1W7, he was confront, c) with hlm
pl) the foundation of at Alo)lit chun h
and but a few chimb member. liy his
tnerifetlo work the c hutch has been coin
plolcad in i piesent iK-autiful condition nnd
(he iwuUh now numb r over Si fuinU'es-,
Coutrar) to precedent, of allowing a Jesuit
priest to lemalu but tln.-e j.ars In a pu
ih, rvithrr IJowliug'i, time was extendnl
to over eight years.
Ilev. Futhei F U. llllhiian, of Omaha,
will sue. ei Father Howling In Kuiis-at,
City. I'ather Hllliiuin was at one time a
memltei of a mlsionar) band and a pro
feBur In St. -Nuvier's colUke, of Cincin
nati. Au Old Cltli n.ler.
Among the offenders who appealed at the
bar oi Justice In thu poltcii cotllt ) ester
d ly wus Hdward Matshall, who wus ar
raigned on a charge of vagrancy. The evl
duiieu showo'l that lie was not uddlcteil to
muiiuul labor, and he wus sentenced to
tint) dues In the workhouse .Marshall Is
well known to the police. Keveial months
ago h' was locktd up in a i-ell awaiting
llial tor ussaultliiK u. girl. Tho case never
i iime to llial, because tho juuug woman
lonsirmd to iiiurj- Mai shall, und thej
were united In the Jail. Marshall was je
leased and promptly disappeared from
town. He rteuiued last vvoek und was ur
rested. A I'eniniueut l.llillilt.
The large tar of corn -whleh appeared In
the Kartlval Krewe parade upon one of
the board of tiudi iloats has been made
a peimuueut exhibit by that Institution.
It has been mounted In the south gallery
of ths board room.
I 4vtiviuuitf Aiwiu uuuviu vvurev.
i jnio oyo
a ,fg li KiMi An!X
tlOUOf a fU10Ull
I 7 VT
QPPORP ivn ArTPR rlIUiohorroi-fXmpot!i.cy.
i-t-rwnc Rf,o Mr itn ,,, -r,,i ttw.
i"J.iv J cnu (iimii.iii.,1 . uihlliPDM Mi -AUj'Ulk-t3
- m if. i. -..-i.-ijb.ii'-iistaui- iiMun iPiiinit vtv ui; 1113.
i tut rrrt'nm su"-! rrri nro rot curcl t J)tR,ori In tx-cntisu ninety por cent Are trembled with
Prnvtadf j. ( i'lft VI. Iithnonly known remMly to curowiihouiun jjh ration, .looote-mmon..
nl-j v wrlit n tr r"Tti ori nan ! rnnnn- return J If plc linc dos not ctTt.'Ct a i crinuawHcura
l(0bo7 sxfiJo bvmall. htnl for j JtEKclrcularanU testimonials.
ArfIr( I) 4. Vest. ni.I.ICX- to.,1' Q, Box 2076, Saa Francisco, Cal.
ror il by U r XrtioM. fth nn 1 Main, sts, Kansas City, Mo.
Snodsrrass Drug Co.,
The . rifjlnal laiRest most eomjilete
aiw heaji. si
CUT RATH DRUG STORE
In tho Cltj
548 and 550 Muin Street.
Mnu Y.ilc s XI !"r 'prtntinns rv
.Mine- Ui s ji ii I'upirtitlons l lo
Lvoris 'iuuih I'ovc.ie-r 1",
Willi ims' i'.nk 1'ills
I'aln s CiUrv Compound i
Hoods S,iTMi"drilli ti,
Scott's lmulsiori (."
Pond's Ixtiaet .:c
.Sjrup of l'lj-'s .:-
.iia I'll- , 10c
HolV Sp.u irus Pills I'k'
Wet'' Ura.ii and Nerve Treatment ... 7jo
&pn8 ('team lV;
Inu i)io . 'tic
Hints Cologne 1 e
Lisle rliic 7V-
Hon: s Malt Kxtraet, per dozen $3 2j
I'ears' Soap M
Ayer s Hiilr igor i.o
llollisl Linswl Oil "hk
Collier or Southern White Lead f '.')
Turiientlne, e illon !
K 1'i.bkts v.c-
i nn in 1 si II vou it our n iil n c ut
Lite j ic; latiht ii-oi tin. tit ot 1m-
porti t in 1 liitn.-t!e Ii rtumes II iir
Urn h.- 'I i li llrtihlii s, lath litu ln In
fet i itc ii il' in Hi mm -.Nth ciiiidry
line ii r . u vcl In Kanja cay bufon
ft -.! .!. n.". fl
HUUglilSS UIUE, bU.
Priimrr, wonclary or 1 cr
tliirr f i rliills iicnimueiitly
euttsllnlS toSbcliijs. Vou
can re tri'niet te horaii fur tli ,h imo tru o linger saM
Ktiur.iiitj t Tjuitroltrlotijmoli rov.o wllleuu
trftci to puy ru r iai txro uml hoie'l Llllii unit no
etiarce I r u f ., lo cum It 5 011 liavo tul.cn uic r
curj, loillila pot.uli, nml still liicvo lunoaunJ
putns M iicciii. l'utc lie. in inuuth, Ncirc. Tli, out.
lMnipli-., ('iipprr Ciiluieil SputHi llcrrscm
any part of tlio I uly, ilulr or 1:1 i-Im ovc i.illlnz
out. 11 ib tail N1.1UIUII0 iil.Udlk I'IMMIV
tlul vto riiiii uitiu to euro Wobollclt, tho most
iibfttllilitu eiktie.uncl rhullifllKn IhtiAvuilil tor
14. 4 HKii ua tumult urr. t-) J lllils litis HlKlDS
Uiinlril tin. .Ultlt.t tttn mnal riiilurnt pliy.l
clitus. .jr.tlll.in.ciiui'U iiUluniliiiiruiiciidlilunal
euarituiy Atnuliit,. p, oni. tcniM uleiicinuppli.
catiou. Address IOIIiC itllMl'.llV CO , U07
Xlil.illlli- 'IrlnnlP. 'lll(';( 1 1. 1,.
FiiiliirB ltuinsilila -.000 lefcrnicis. Hook,
iiuuuuuuuituu prouia tuaucvi i.iiaiecii tree.
ERIE HIEDIGAL 00., Buffalo, II.Y.
znfloi.uTir coma UirailllCllI
ff.,,:i!),.7?'.i:Lw.' '?. "u mi
LlluUtJ lu rii(laiB ... r j . -
i.l.1,1, .K... i., "." :.'."''"." vntatt.
n?ll !"lc-4 I tlnr.u. LM.. I.
rr:"i :tv .v. "? n.u.
! I- .. J "H. all K.'r . a 'f ' - . T"
M.,-N,i.tt,u'MruiiaBiui.i,ri. Bit i Uf t, tlorbr
UaUiJill lICI.UlbI-ibHAfaiAv. PI ,,
llth and Broadway.
All medical a id turcica! Ulvac-ui es.tull trAte4.
Fxr-Crln il ngr ot llguio roiororiii Itoomi aiil
Loor J fur .utlcuu Ku..(aiou tru.rnte-i.
I'orlutthcr l-'fotmatiou call on or address
DR. C. M. COE, KANSAS CITY, M0.
Tin: on. 'iiiat i,uiutiCAii:s 310s rw
btil.l. SIAMiFACiliin.il 11V
VACUUM OIL GO.
Hut. 10 buy lt-aud you will get It la 111
orlylual iiacKacjes ko 10
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
rn.'wvTamKsfsrfa7vsxi'ai , aiv
'"a MUlUW CC A .
f-elly, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
r?, 1VouUne, AcrrouineiM. li BIh iNuln 1 8 a 3
lt- llflillltv. nml nil th. Ir-ln IU UfU IcU I X 1 B
Vvt'4)0(vlUfioiij early orrorj or I B fflH nil HH 1 R D H
vfv Hiliiter e-xiea-c-. ilireultiiot JIhi m Jl BR I B BE
Xt V ete. lulUtretiiitb. ilevtU
VEf' U,l I oimieiit winl tonofclvcnu
rrJXl JfOeverynri:-n aud wrtloa
AV.M- (M ural mmlieili. fiumrdl.
I It Jl I I il utB llul.fnvpinnt f.pn.
A GREAT BIG
ftncll !)llairlU. Will nuI(PkIvniiri,.nit nf nl! n-.
voui or tli'0."(s cl thn tcmratuo .trpu, bihIi n f-o-tMunboo-l.
Insomila, ('.tins In the Jlirk.tnilral I.iulssloti-, roun Jipbllit.
lMmplfi. Untlttii-ts to ilirrv, Kxliaiiitlutr Drains, Vnrlro"dp am
Cooslinntlmi. ItBtopinll loc bycliyor nlQht I'trvcnt qulc-
XlCsiOI dlJC.nrso. UlltCIl if tiotrhprkPtt Inm) tnlnnrTnnlnrrlrt..nMH
UlMlM.Allt Ieju..uaoIH..r, llio
ii-tn,ir, ., -,, ..ui-n.,ri,iA. '
-. - P
1. - Uestores Vitalitv.
, .-r fW
r . . . t
mi: 1 ov.'i itrtu.
"Dr. DeLap's Kew Tonic Pills."
lj rroducs the nhove result In M D'VTS
1 r.'j i.cj.-seiuif 11 acta powpriuuy
nnd .-jiiirKly cured others, will eur
jou 101111K men will regain their lost
maniiooii uml old men will recover
their oiuhful vigor it cjulikly and
nnsitlirplv ..npfcu VI livnpcvrjj
II I illlHeii frnm MICK lis. nf Inlucrri
S! cr otner Biimiilunts itestores LOST
a J'OWEII und VITALITY. l.MI'O-
TUNL'V, NIGHTLY HMISSIUNS,
KAlLINO ME.MUiiV WAbi'ING H1S-UA-Kd
und ALL ffeets of belt-abuse
cr exec-SH ind tnUlB retlon, which un.
Ilts one fur marriage, bunlniss or
ftudy It not only eures by htrlLlnK
at the pent of the illi-ease, but It Is a
treat XllltVn TONIC and BLOOD
rt'ItlKIKIt it brings buk the 1'LN'K
OLiV 'IO I'ALU CHLLKS unci re.
Ftores the K1IIK OI' VOUTH Insist
on vour diuKKlst ulvlnir vou "mi-
H LA1"S no other Its equal, aa It 13
prepared from thu preset iptlon of Dl
1JB LAP, the great Freneli phsal
clun. who has had thirty jeara'
praetlce, iioppltal nnd otllce, In 1'arls,
In vest pocket Sent by mnll (sealed)
P0KIHK8 paid, Jl GO pickaRe, or SIX
l'ACKAOKs roit :iw, with a
WKITTUN GUAKAKTlin TO l'OSl
lIVi:LV CUItB OH HLt'LND TliK
For bale by
JOHNSON BROS,, Cruggists,
11117 Main Street. - LaiiBii-i I Ity, -XIo.
Oldest and Original.
&e&r N O
10 West Ninth St., Kansas City, rio.
I.evilnrt nml Snrceislul Speclallji lu lllooil.
Krivi us and L'rlll.uy Ilhcaars
Mint)! 111 mi. itv, vvltii Its many
Bloomy svraptoirs cuteil
I (ir VIl.M.llV ierm.inciitly restored,
irilll,l- Hired for llto vvltliounnercury.
l).lt Illi:.",l.b eured cjulcUly ami
W III .S AM. OI Hints l 1 1, consult Dr IL
J U lilttler and rrctve the randld njiinlou of 4
phJuUlunur experience a Kill aud Integrity. No
promises made tli ,1 cannot, be f nlililea
Jlt.DIl IM.'i funlsUed at smtll cost, and
(cut anyvvKeie tc-aKd Trtaimoui M.V l.i:
M..M 0, (I, it.
I Itl'.i: eonsultatlon and urinary analysis,
filTinW to Health and fmergenrles, sealel
juiuu foru ,,uu tuuiu. iilauUsl'rue
all Cor address la eoutldetiie,
Dr. H. J. rVHITTIER,
IO Went M11II1 St., KNi.Vs t'llV MO,
Ills U i, u noii.polionoua
remedy fur ci.,t,.,rrl,M ,.
VVhlttl. Illjli.tnrul ,llji
ilcu.nu. l c!iiri, or uur jurjimuu-
IP111.1.U eoi.utUu. U ju ui iimeoui lucui-
irHUVVjCHEtlic,iCo. ne. gttT,tIJlat.
mold by liruuL'UU,
4or tent ia plula vcruprer,
tby cirn(, ircrald, for
I Ul. or 3 boltl a, 73.
irtular vent eu reluct.
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 1889,
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
V& MOST PERFECT OF PENS.
There's an Inspiration
in Present Stock and Prices!
And the sharp, wideawake folks have caught It
in earnest We plan these special sales for your
benefit, and we put into them our best energy
and experience. Our endeavors to improve this
business to bring it in direct touch of the people
brings about these "bargain days," and when you
take hold of them with such avid appreciation,
they become a success, and lead on up lo others.
The Alillinery Dept. of
fers for To-morrow and
Thursday a "bargain
picnic" That will leave no room for
EJ doubts ns to our ability and
determination to relail the
choicest, newest, best for
less than regular wholesale
75 iloz. Trench Telt Hats, for Ladios
nnd Misses, actual vnlue, ',
51. PS, WctlucMla.v ami JJ C
VI Fiidivi.uhats Ictt will be sold at
100 doz. Tiatlies' fine. Walking Hats
ami Sailors, all colors v.tlttes SI. 20
rri .inn ci.so cncjica v, cuncbcitiy uuci
H Thurstlny, SI. OO.
No other Kansas City
house shows such a collec
tion of Red Hats and none
will make prices so remark
Red Walking Hats,
Red Trimmed Hats.
In every good shape that's
made, and the selecting- is
pleasant because of the vast
space devoted to their dis-
.ERNHEIMER. BROS. & GO.
WHEN HAMLET EXCLAIMED "AYE.
THERE'S THE RUB!" COULD HE
HAVE REFERRED TO
J H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
Osk, Anil, (lum, Cherry. Walnnt, I'oplar, HlrUory, Hattornat,
Ked tciiir, .Muliogun, ltc d M'ciod, ganrter hatred lied and White Oak,
J'uplur Sciuares, ilasuii htoclc, Iluluiler and Hen el Stock.
lard and Utllce,
11. av. woomvAitu. r. a. faxon. j. c. uoutok.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
1206 and 120S Union Avo. (Near Union Dopot), Kansas City, Mo,
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
K- v er.
t 5; ."nf I 13&1
Over 200 Tenth Kxtruclcil Dully. .NO
J'Al.V Oil DANUl'.U. Artlllclul Teotli
navraiitPtl lo 1'it I'erirctly. Decayed
ami ucliint,' tt't'tli, if worth it, iilleil und
725 MAIN STREET
ALTMAN. KAULBACH CO., Frops.
Kyej Teti'U 1'rec 1030 MAIN ST..
batUfuetluu C.uuruiitecd. liunnu tity, Ala.
8. A. METZNER,
Dealer in S(oe llepain of Every Deseriplioib
Ua W. OtU be., Uauiu City, Mo.
('."Ikill. tK K1
vatuav J 'MU 2
tr: i. k
The Trimmed You c.an
far-e. i so. arch
Hat Display. tlirough a
dozen of tlio larccst cities of tlio
Union vainly for its equal. By
actual count over fo
700 d i s t i n o t ri
styles aro hero
no two aliko and
each a goin. Anil
that isn't all in
tho ncniby trim-
iiuni'" roo'ins fifteen of tho best
artists money can accuro aro busy
making new gems to lako tho
places of thoso sold daily.
Daily visits only will kcop you
in touch with hs fountain head oi
We've a line of Satin and
Silk Plush Walking Hats
and Sailors unapproachable uj
so priced that expenses of P.
a trip to the store may be "
saved on a single one any i?
Books. Haven't visited that '
d e partment yet? u
Well, you must Thousands 2
have and profited by it.
flere are 3 specials to in- 5
dace a quick acquaintance.
Nearly 5,000 volumes 250 titles
cloth bound lioolts, by popular
authors, such as sell most-whores for
50c, 1 9c each.
Standard papar corored novels,
hundreds of tho most popular titles
500 volumes Shakespeare's com
plete works cloth bound, worth
1.50. 65c each.
At these prices buying now
for Christmas shows wise
IffMitiBHBHiMg ' liH;tiBHI-la
Kansas crry, Missouri.
Fac Simile of the Ccnulnc.
Tho Purest and the Best.
V. D Chiike, Prcn. J. W. mni.er, bee.
A, A.Toauj)60s, V.Pro. a It. ItocuwtiL, 'ten.
09 KftNflj3 CI", MO.
Tons ure bi'iluimi.
ACCOlllltS. Kllllipf'f In nlmnl, i
sislit, received lVom individuals
iirnis nnd coj-jioratioiw on tlid
most iUvomblo terms.
Leiral ilcnositorv fhi fm... .. ,
Trust Funds. ' -un
Acts a. Executor, Guardian,
Adrnmistrator and Heceiver
also as Registrar and Transfer
AKeat for Sl0ck8 aud BoSt,
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! - !
tfW -HT-.VI .Ufl'l Ug gVIM'Tl. !