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TITK "KANSAS CTTV .TOHIXAL, WIWNKRIUY. NOVKMUKUI.'J, 180a
'- WILL SOON KNOW HIS FATE,
ALt, Ttir. I.VtlM-.MT. tll'AltH 1.V Till!
CASH Of tlllti'.M VN tMIIM.tl's.
An Arc'I Mnn t'nntlclnt nf SUklnR
rl.t AlUil-iilt In a lVmlim t ni
Thc (Irnml .tnrj- InrptlRUt
Ine I lection I'rnml.
Ocorco riillllps, tho cntitr- Mr r-rlpmnn
eharRetl with tho kllllnR of William Mitch.
1I, will very llkolj- Know his fato to-iln
Yesterday nt S o'clock i. in. the evidence,
vvns nil In ntnl an neljournineiit iw tnketi
for tho purpose of Klvlnif tho ntloniei
nn opportunity to pripnro Instruction".
This mornltm ut 9 o'clock tho nwmirnts In
tho enso will ta made. Knch fide will
ic Rlvon threo hours to rrvlw the tcsll
mohj. Jutltro WolToril Instructed the nt
tornejH to preparu thflr Instructions u.Ion
tho lino of law ns laid down In the cniie
of tho Blnte ni?nlnst (.Ice, In tho Kith Mo
This cns nnd others nlmllnr havo been
before tho supremo court, nnd the points
of law thciclu fully unstained by that
hen tho court convened yestord ly morn.
Ins, a larfter cioivd vviu pri-sent than on
tho preceding d.ij. Tho defeiuo had n
1 irpo number of witnesses to cxnnilno In
Phillips' behnlf. DuilttR tho Inuring of the
testimony Phillip devoted n portion of his
time to foiitllllur his llttln tuhy Klrl. n
pretty child with tliixcn ttirlx .lri. l'lillllps
unit her little family wero allowed within
the puurd rail. Hho Uok an iittive Intei
cst in the U'sllmonj, und brightened up
considerably in wlttHM after wlincfs wont
on tho stand to ttlfy Hint tho ilc-ed with
which her hmdi-iiul Is charKed waa done
III the net of selt-defi use.
Near the close of the trial the defendant
was called lo tin- Maud to tell the story
of tho Hiimmlt Mteet tniRody. Ills de
meanor on the wllues ptiuul wan that of
nelf-composme, and he mado nn excellent
witness In his own behalf
Tho nttornejs for tho tli-fenilniit nttempt
ed to brinn out In evidence' that .Mitchell
Marled tho quarrel by violating one of tho
lilies of the lompany. In pluclm.- bin foot
on the seat. In this they desired to show
that Mitchell wasqunrrebome ami through
out was the nci;resor. Tho Male objected
to tlio question in liielavuiit, and the ob
jection was nustiilm-el. and the rules and
riRUlntloiiH of tho cable car romp my rela
tive to passciiRers w.ih not nllowed.
I'hllllps said that ho had bom employed
nn Krlpman Tor several M'-irs. nnd pilor to
Trorklnk on tho Summit street line was e-m-plovcd
on tho Tenth slieet Hue. Mitchell
anil his wife, he said, pot onto tho crln
ear nt Ninth nnd VnndoUo. Mitchell
turned a seat In fiont of him, nnd placed
Ills foot on It. The ertpiiuin testllled that
be told Mitchell to take his feet olT and
then turned tho scat back. About Sixteenth
Mreet Mitchell otxaln turned tho seat for
the puipoe of lestlnir his feet, and the
prlpmun iiK.iln tinned It bick Mitchell
became cmiiKed at this and called I'hllllps
a. name, and made a motion us it to liaw
a revolver. I'hllllps said he believed that
his life was in dniiKcr, nnd reaching down
beside his srlp he entlicied up the cabin
ear hook nnd dealt Mitchell a blow'. Ho
did this, lie said, to keep Mitchell from
Hhootlnjf. as he had been told that Mitchell
was dangerous when drinking Phillips
also Mild that a Mr Spencer hid vv-iriiiil
him against Mlteh.-ll, and ho bollevod
Mitchell to be a man of bad rlinracler.
On cross-examination. Phillips wild his
friend Spencer had dealings with Mitchell
and had put him out of his house for gen
eral bad dcpoitment. It was brought put
on cross-examination of the defendant that
the row which endPd In Mitchell's death
commenced nt rourteenth and. Summit
streets Mitchell told Phillips that If he
(Mitchell) was a white man, he would al
low him to put his feet on a scat, and to
this Phillips replied, "Not on my car
The defendint further Mated that at
i... im hr. rionlf Mlipholl the fatal blow
the cur was Mopped for the purpo'-o of
lilting Jlltcliou oir. mo car. vmianra
on- iir Ktiuek Mitchell, ho said that he
urob-ibly used both hinds, but was not
certain. He did not see Mitchell draw a
weapon, but Horn -Mltcncii inrowing ais
hand around to his hip pocket the pre
Fiimptlon in his mind waa that Mitchell In
tended lo shoot. ...
Tho cross-examination brought out but
llttlo that was now In regard to the kill-
Olllcer McNamara, when called to the
Maud, was not nllowcd to testify as to
the conversation which took place between
I'hllllps and the ollicers from tho time the
blow was struck until the car reached the
Southwest boulevard. He was allowed to
testify to tho fact that In answering Mrs.
Mitchell's accusation, Phillips leplied, "Ho
called ma a vllo name and made a. motion
an if to draw a gun, nnd I hit him in self
defense." The Iron hook. Officer McNa
mara stated, was taken to polico hcad
A number of other witnesses -were placed
on the stand in the defendant's behalf to
testify as to his character. Jlartin Clos
Fett. of Independence, and Aldeiman Prank
I'hllllps, who was superintendent of the
Tenth Mreet line when the defendant was
In tho employ of that cominnj, testltbd
that Phillips was a peaceable citizen 12.
G Hltehle, Albert Allen and C. If Hates
uiid they also knew I'hllllps to bo a quiet
Piank Drmnmond, of No. 171S Madison
avenue, a liveij stableman, was on tho
ear during the row. Ho got on at Ninth
nnd Walnut streets Ho gave strong tes
timony in behnlf of tho defendant. Ho said
ih.it when the cable train was between
Sixteenth nnd Seventeenth streets, Phillips
pulled tno beat d.ick twice, ami ne.iru
Mitchell cay that If he was a white man
Vhllllns would not ak him to take his
feet off the seat. I'hllllps said it was nono
of his business. When about half way be
tween Sixteenth nnd Seventeenth stieets
Mitonell got up and made a motion us If
to shcot Phillips then struck him.
On cioss-txainlnatlon Drumniond said he
thought that Mitchell had been hit with .i
Mick and told of the threat made bj Phill
ips towards Mis. Mitchell if sho did not
P.obert Tanner, of No nil East ntteenth
street, was another witness. He stited
that ha occupied a t-c.at back in tho co-uh.
Tho grlpman threw the scat back on Mlt h
cU'h foot The wltnet-s gave corroboratlvo
testimony as to Mitchell mnklng a. motion
as if to draw u. revolvir from hli hip pock
et The witness was questioned at length
as to tho situation of the defendant and
1ns own mumoiy, but no now points woro
devuloped. Clu 1st l'hrlstopho-ou and his
wifo weto also passe ngeis on the car. They
gave the- samo general testimony as to
Mitchell attempting to draw a revolver
before being t truck by the defendant.
A number of wltnes&cs wero then called
to tho Htand to Wstify as to I'hllllps' gen
oial chaiacter. J A. Picwltt, an cx-Jiih-tlco
of the peace, testified that tho general
lepiitation of Phillips was good. Tho de
fense tin n attempttd' to show by vvltness
s that Mitchell's, ehniacter was generally
bad, that he was quantUonio and dangei
ous when drinking. Hdward P. Noon was
ono of tluse, Ho testltled ns to Mitchell
onguglng in a, quarrel. M. V. TjavodWI, a.
quairiman, also testltled that Mitchell had
a bad1 reputation and cited ono occasion
when he (iigngeil In a tight
In rebuttiel tho state called Itlchnrd
firecn, un ugod colored man. Ho sal
Mlteholl imsti ssed a good character, II.
C Itandall and David Itider. who weto
omplujeil at tho Mllwaukeo depot, vvhero
Mitchell worked, gave Mitchell u good rep
utation for sobriety and honesty. Tho evi
dence of tho state's witnesses In respect
to tho character of Mitchell was directly
opposite to that of tho wltneisea tor tha
di fense. ,
Mrs. Mitchell was recalled. Sho w-as
nsked If her husband carried weapons. Sho
tald that he did pot.
After tho witnesses In tho case wero dls.
charged Juilgo Wofford gave the usual
precautionary charge to tho Jurors. Yes.
terd i wan tlio second day of the trial, Tha
ntuiruejs for both tho sl..ta and the de
fendant are conlldcnt of n bpeedy veixlict
from tho jury.
A l'lX'UMAIl C'ASi:.
I.oW Wilson, hnCbilimi tn Have Hot n in the
I'ulciu Army, Com li led of reunion I raud.
In tho federal court yesterday ufternoon
a Jury found I.ovl Wilson, nn uged man,
guilty of maklnir fase allldavlts In a pen
sion case, and some time to-day Judgo
l'hlllps will pas sentence on hltn.
There Is something jicculiar n tho caso
of this old mini. Fiom the standpoint of
tho government ho was deliberately tiylmr
to capture a. pension by using the record
and name of his cousin, who has been
dead for boveral ytani. Prom the btaud
point of the defense, as made at the hear
ing jesteiday, the affair Is nn awkward
eoimUlcatloii that arose over the confusion
of the u.imo l-orne by cousins, who served
In the tamo regiment, but in different com
Ianies. The piltoner bays the wholo
trouble is the leault of a mistake on the
port of his pension attorney, und that us
he could not read he blgued a Muttmmt
that w-aa not correct.
After Wilson was. convicted xesterday
lio talkel to a reporter for the Journal
concerning Ills case. Ho bald: "I was n.
member of Company It, Klrst Missouri
btato mllttla, commanded by Colonel Mc
Terrin, and berved with tha command until
IbCl. I went to Texas In l. und then
lived In Arkansas, and have lived In Rates
county, Ho , for many years. I flrot upidled
for a pension under my full name. I.ovl
Mcliln Wilson. My cousin, who was In
Company A, of the eame regiment, had
tiiM suinR inLtne. On the rolls rav name
-uaa sat that way, und then, I allied usj
This Offer Excels All Others.
Positively No CltarRCs Are Mmle
for l,rlc55ioiinl Servicer mid
Trcntntcnt Until n Cure
Tho doctors of the World Medical Insti
tute, knowing well that people suffering
with chronic dlsenes have been, dls ippolnt
ed so often In not being rured of their
troubles, nnd have pnld large fees In ad
vance without deriving any behctlt, they
nr now confronted with nn offer, nn above,
which will prove that nil eases taken for
treatment by theso phjslclans will be ab
solutely cured. Itomember and understand
this right: A small fee for tho cure of
our disease will be charged, but this feo
Is not pas able until jou linvo been cured.
The sucews of there expert ph)lcl.ans Is
uiiqucatlonnblo In the cmo of diseases
mimed below: Ujspepsl-t nnd all diseases
of the digestive organs; kidney nnd bladder
troubles, diseases of the lungs nnd respira
tory organs; catarrh, rheumatism, piles,
dlsenjscs of the blood and skin, nnd diseases
of men, women and children, peculiar to
their sex; epilepsy, nervous prostration and
all deformities, Their success In treating
patients by mill ha.s been fully demon
(United, Ir jou cannot seo them In person,
wrltu for (.jmptom blank, sent free. Con
sultation in English ntnl flernnn free. Sec
ond lloor Nelson building, corner Main
and Missouri avenue.
MoIaln Wilson. My attorney read tho
rc-cord of myself and cousin uml got us
confused nnd had statements In my nppll
cition that were Ihcotrect. I cannot read,
and did not know of the facta when I
signed with my cross.
"The Jury sass I am guilty. I thought I
was only to prove my nnme nnd whs not
ready to combat the facts brought out."
The government chained that Wilson did
not servo In Colonel MeTorrln's regiment,
and Introduced Major Cox, of the regiment,
nnd others to establish that fact. McLaln
Vv tlson, his cousin, did sirvo In the regi
ment, and died neir (lallatln In ISM 'lh.
govirniueiit elnlins that MeKaln Wllscn,
who was second lieutenant In Coinpan A.
was the only Wilson In that leglment and
that no Wilson over served In Compauj II.
Wilson vv.is defendfsl by Colonel .llm
lllrch, of Pi tttsburg, Mowho,WIIson sis,
musiMred him Into the service. Colum I
lllrch brought with him Prank 11 Kills of
Platlsbiirg Colonel lllrch heard of Wil
son's trouble and came heie voluntiully
to defend him, but m unibln to secura
There's a reason for Colonel lllrch re
turning the favor to WIIon. On August
10, Iset;, Colonel Ulrch was advertised to
make a political address at Hrecklnrldge,
Mo. Wilson and his brotheis lived mar
there, nnd when they heard that iilich was
to be pievented from siieiklng they armed
themselves and went there to defend him.
Colonel Uiieli had Just lgun to talk when
a showtr of eggs fell all over the stand
and the crowd made a rush for him The
Wilsons begun shooting, and six men went
down Time of them were Turpln, Mur
phy nnd Stnbblclleld, piomlnent iltbrcns.
The lmttle listed an hour, nnd thn Wil
sons were driven out of town, but Colonel
Illicit was allowed to spenlc This was In
1 via:, and twent-nlne jenrs later Colonel
lllich was nble to return the favor.
It is claimed that WlKon was In the
Tederal nimv, whilo his hi others were In
the Confederate F"rlce. and while they
could have tendered him etllclcnt nsslstam e
In tho trial, he was deserted by them and
given no nld whatever,
vvnniever cue i.iiu .nt:. u-uu n n. ivi..i,
old, decrepit and defenseless man. on
vlctcd of nn offense tint will cause him
Some of tho Accined Will lto I'lnced on
Trial This Week.
A car load of person") charged with elec
tion frauds nnd their -witnesses went to
Independence jesterday to put in their
appearance, ns a number of election casen
were set for trial. Owing to tho trial
of Grlpman Phillips tho cases wore post
poned until to-morrow. When tho docket
was called the case of Tred Knodle, the
election Judge who committed suicide, was
dismissed Attorney Ne.U announced ready
In tho oaes of Oswald McA lister, A. A
Clark, Willis Isham, 1M M lvinnej Kd
I'lndley, T I,. Tuck, 1 DreJ foes, E E.
I'addock, . D llldenour. A C Jeffries
and George J Penixe. The election cases
of J. Hlllnlke-ry, -Martin Welsh, II Mor
gan and Lincoln Miller were continued.
Several motions were filed vesterday to
make lndli tments more spocino. Ed rlnd
ley filed a motion abklng for a special
.moiu: iitoimi.r, roit un: gang.
Tho Grand Jury llns llegun the Investlgo
tlon of llertloit Canes.
Tho grand Jury in scslom at Independ
ence did not report jesterday, but Instead
began the Investigation of eloctlon cases,
as foretold In tho Journal Monday morn
ing. II. Clay Arnold, chairman of tho
board of election commissioners, was be
foio the grand Jury In tho mornlnj.
hniniii'! lluclintti' Mill.
Tho will of the late Samuel Machette
was admitted to piobate jesterdaj. His
wife, Mrs. Tubulin A. .Machette. Is made
executilx With tho exception of a lot In
Lucas place, J"00 In cash and a few artl
i les of personal property which are be
queathed to Edward J Machette. the estate
Is to remain Intact until the diath of Mrs.
Machette, unless sho lennrrles The resi
due of the estate is to be equally divided
between tho widow and otliei children,
Claud C , Arthur S ami I'orest W. Mach
ette, and Mrs Sus in Maud Cuirv, wife of
Peputv Clerk W, A Curl The witness, h
were Jtosa Gullln, P. 1'. Ilozzello and T. C,
Mr. Machotto died on November 15. Thn
estate is worth .'l.tJ. Mr, Edward J.
M.ichetto la a son by a former wife.
'llio .Iiirnr Disagreed.
Mrs. Knto I. Plagler who sued tho Atch
ison, TojMka .x. Santa Po llallw ay Company
for iioisoii.il InJuiles sustained In a wnk
ut Uoiin, Mo., two ears ago, lost lit r
caso by tho disagreement of the Juiors
vcstciilay morning. The case was begun
on Wednesday lust nnd concluded Monday
afternoon, the Jury being- dismissed until
vcsteiilny momlng JijBJ Plagler, who had
lost several Articles of clothing In the
wieek, claimed that sho placed their value
falsely under duress on the part of tho
compun's claim intuit, Sho sued for Jl.O'tf
damages, 'IVio case had bet n tried once
before in Kansas, but the Jury dttngreed.
Minor 1 1 ileritl Cum a.
In thn fedeial rourt jestiulny James
Knott (dead guilty to tho chargo of selling
whisky Illegally. H. T Hrovvu was lined
$10 lor the sumo offense. Tho Juiy hung
on Uie caso of James bchluutcr, chaiged
with using cigar boxes thn second time
James Masula, chniged with raising a bill
from M to 110 Is on trial, Tho lliooklleld
postiluco robucry will coma up to-uay,
Itegularly each time tho federal court
convene In this city a number of Indians
are ineseut as vvllnessis before the grand
Jury anil about the first thing they do on
reiuhlng tho city Is to locate a number of
saloons nnd begin drinking "lire w iter" H
is unlaw ful for iinjone to sell whisky to mi
Indian and jot eoino of the saloonkeepers
Ignore the law whenever tho opportunity
offew. Tho grand Jury was Investigating
jesterday the cases of at least three saloon
mon In the city charged with telling to
s5- of Beauty
which He hidden in every
ounce of unwrought Silver
find their best exposition in
the GORHAM workman
ship, renowned for original
ity of design and artistic
execution, combined with a
reputation for Sterling qual
ity which has shone un
blemished for half a century,
Too good for
Dry Goods Store
JiwtUn only, ,
Indians Monday on of the Indian wis
caught In Alidj Polej s snloon nnd be
cause he would not sign a statement that
he hnd not Iwught liquor (here, Minn loaf
ers beat 111 m severely and ehnsed him to
tho federal building
Hon. Prank Ik Kill, n prominent ntlor
Hey of Plattsburg, Isi In the city attending
to leirnl matters; la the fcdral court and
court of nppertls.
Mr. Carrie M Pilling filed suit In the
circuit eourt yvsicnlny npnlnst W. P Hill
ings for dlvoue Mis. llaibnra lliwmr
tlle.1 a similar suit ngalnst John HeseheT
The suit of Mrs. Vina Custck ncilnst Hie
.Melropolltim Htn-el ltallvv y (.mpnny wiw
lltilsheil jnslerdnj- afternoon. JiicIbv nob
m lnstnicted the Jury to appear this morn
ing for further deliberation,
This morning Judge ltlack, as special
commls loner between the city nnd the
National Water Works Coiupnnv, wilt
transfer the deeds to the property from the
lerk of tlm court to thn eltj ollicers mid
dlschnrge- the Inst dulj Impost l on him
by tho npiiolntinenl as coiiimlxslttner. Tho
deeds wero tit have bei n delivered Js
tenlav, but another engagement rotilllcte.l
tuid Judge II lack us uiniblo to attend to
Tin feelernl grand Jury will report nbout
forty Imllclintnls to the court ilils morn
ing. .More than IE! Indlatmelils have been
found nlrendy and it Is pmbabl" that at
least 2ii will be rrtunied before th Jury
llniillj concltideM Its Jnliors mid sdJournH.
A large number nf witnesses at the court
luave been exellid nnd departed, but nlieiut
le) are' stm In lb" city waiting fur mi op.
portmiltv of testlfjittg when cnlled for
Manv of the eases tire ngnlnst revenue
vlolntors, but some Important cases tire
to Imi reportcel boforo tho grand Jury nd
Journa. SPENDING THE MONEY.
The Health Department lining the Appro
priation Made liy thn I iiiinrlt to
I lean thn I lly.
Tho lionlth de'iKiftment lent no tlniP In
tnklng ailvuiilngc' of tho ordinance- u
pioprl.atlnir JSOO from tho gurliiige fund
to clciiti tho nllej-", n fourte'cn tcntns
vveie put, In scrvlco, doing this work
ye.sterdaj- inornlng. Tho city pnjs tach
team with a driver 3 n day nnd an ex
tra mnn on each tvagoii Jl "5 a tiny,
making n. total expense of $1 "5 for eyich
cleiilng outllL In addition tho llreincn,
unile-r tho direction of Chief H.ile, nre
providi'd with Lvvei vvngoim to carrj
'tose. WAsj CHUN li:' 'M.N hl.IIIUH.DT
.V Kerlons Problem Ibigiiglng the Attentlnn
ef thn I'ollee I orre.
Thero la n feeling of unrest nt Central
station. Anxiety Ititka In the ejc" of
tliu desk captain, vvhllu tho "short stop"
ami "Hattlo row" and "Walnut street"
mill "the levee" exippom pace their beats.
In deep meditation and with much
bolemulty. Uvory ono cipiiears lit nt
case. Hero Is the causa of tho whole
"Wn Chen Yen Ten slugged?" or "Did
Chen Yen Tun Jilt tho pipe"
.Mr. Chen Veil Ten Is .in Independence
avemio laundrjiniui ami has soulful al
mond ejoa. Ju.st at dusk last night he
was foutnl Ijlng in a, stupor nt the point
whole Independence avenue meets Por
ter road. A policeman came along and
when ho prodded Chun Veil Ten in the
Hide with his feet, Chen V. T. never
moved u muscle. Ills bosom heavesl
.slightly, but that vvus the only visible'
indication of life-. Tho patrol wagon -was
called and ho wan taken to Cential sta
tion and the surgeon ox lmlneil him. The
surgeon win piuzled; ho could not tell
what was the matter with Chen. !
applied restoiatlvew, but Chen lefused to
respond. An a last resort an otllcei was
detailed to go to "West Plfth stieet for
ono of tho man's countrymen. Tho of
ficer was nbsent ten minutes and io
tm nod with a platoon. Por twenty
minutes they continued to come. Tho
rn Uv eel In droves and detachments and
pqunds, some with their queues hanging"
down their backs. Upon the arrival of
tho first detachment of his countrymen,
Chen rose up und said something tlint
"Um-ala-too la-ma-la too-ma-la. III-lo-and-the-g.amo
An Interpreter told C.aptnln llranhnm
that Chen hnd been plaving with a
ciowd of bojs and wns, struck on the
head, the blow rendeilng him imcon
sclous. Tho captain did not like this
explanation and n.sked If Chen had not
been "hitting tho pipe." Tho Intel preter
wagged his he-ad nnd sa'.d, "mo no suw
bee" Then Chen rose from the sur
geon's sti etcher nnd with his array of
friends trooped out of the station
And this Is why thero Is worrlment
at Central station-
"Was Chen Yen Ten slugged" or "Did
Chen Yen Ten hit tho pipe?"
PftEE INTERESTING LECTURES TO
PAV Professor Haupt, 0 3i, 4 r,0 and 8. X.
V. Life bldgj
Vtll.I.IAM. G. l'l.TIIUV rUM'.ltAL.
Tlio Remains rollnueil to the Gravo liy
Man summing 1 rlend".
Yesterelaj- afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
home of his brother, Mason S. Peters, No.
1110 OUvo stieet, tho last rites were per
formed and tho last words said over tho
lemains of William tl. Peters. The fact
that tho house was filled to overflowing
with sorrowing friends att. sts the great
popularly of Mr. Peters, and the high re
gal d all who knew him chcrlshe-d tor him.
The lloril oflerlngs weio liiiinj and hand
some. Among them was a nngtillbent
cross- six feet III height, compost d of loses,
clu jsantht mums and violets, presented by
thn 1) K tJiin Club, of which oignnlza
ilon Mr. Peters wat. a prominent number.
Tho scribes weii ctiudiletisl by Rev
Thomas P. Haley, formerl) minister of the
Plist Christ! in church. Rev Haley had
known tho iHeensesl and tnmily lor many
veais Tho iMllbeirers were Conway P.
Holmes. Clint leu 1oekrldge. Victor Plow-erre,-,
P P Todd, Charles P, Jlaldwin and
Robett P. Lakenan. Tho boely was laid
to rest In Elmwood.
.tuts. Main; i'ihllip-, dwii,
Illud Mnndiy Mglit In C'hlriign Whlls Visit
ing in 'that tit).
Dr. Uelvvin T. Phillips waa called to
Chicago yesterday morning; by a tele
gnvtn announcing1 tho death of Mis.
I'hllllps, who died thero whilo visiting'
friends on Monday night. Tlio cause of
Mis. I'hllllps' death Is unknown and Dr,
Phillips did not Btato whether or not
ho would leturu with her rem tins nnd
liiivu them laid to lest In Kansas City,
Mrs. Phillips was Miss Nettio Mov-
lisou, laughter of M. M, Moirlson. who
was foimerly connocteil with the Times
In tills city, but who now lives In Los
Will Un Married.
Invitation cards, wero Issueel yesterday
to the wedding of Plumbing Inspector
Jleniy flleben to Miss Marlon Uubottoin, at
Houth Prosiect church, November 20, at S
W. Jf, Oregory, Topeka, Is at tho Coates,
O, E, Howard, St. Louis, Is at the Coates,
11, D, Mix, New York, Is at the Coates.
E, E Hubbard, Jackson, Mich,, Is at the
J, N, riorcr, Grey Horse, I, T U at the
J P. Small, Des Moines, Is nt the Coates,
E. S, McCarthy, Cape Girardeau, Mo. ,1s
at tho Coates,
J. M. Pendleton, Westerly, It. I Is at tho
1'red Selleck, Detroit, Is at tho Coates.
P. I"), Shaw, Huffalo, Is at the Coates,
v L. GlUman, St. Louis, is at the Vic.
V. I). Hroughn, St. Louis, Is at the Vic
toria. C. Sample, St. Louis, is at ths Vic
toria. , M. Illockholm, Council Grove, Kas., is at
Mrs. A. Steadmanand daughter, Denver,
aie at the Victoria.
Mrs. E. li. Waters, McCook, Is at th
II. It. Mcjers, Wichita, Ka., Is at the
A. J. Van Wagner and wife, Creston, la.,
aro a tho New Albany.
M. IC. LUlhu-d, 11 ckburn, Mo., Is at the
D. W. Lindsay Waverly, Kas., Is at tho
J. A. Greer, Valley Fulls, Kas., U at the
A t Imtll-c to 4te Mnitrt,
'mere is not me ugnicsi p nou wny mi
nhtiitld not feel wetland strum Thnt great
..,.,.. ..r ,,.. .. . id .,... it... ,1... I., m
t'li.'l ii in. nut nr ". s in. i 'ill, ii'- " .
friend thnt Weak and delieab people ever
iiiki ,v leuer sent tti mm in nis omce, ,w
tt Pourteenth sire-1 New York city,
telling the sv mpleiins von are sutferlng
iruii iii lie iminfuiiue'i iiiiwih-i n ni
loe'ior le. rlbmg v our i implant minutely,
nnd ll'ilklng jou llllderst in I perfei tlv Just
what alls jou And all this losts ou liolh
lug ou don't hnve to lemn vniir liomn
hii.I vou don t have to pav nnv tlot-tor's fei
to li-nrii exactly what v nir t-omplalnt l,
nn.l how to get well and strong, fiom Dr
ilnene, the grealesl living iierl.illst In
i urlng nervous and i hrniil ill-ni"t. The
dm lor mikes n speelnltv of nirlng pntltnts
thtsiiiKh his grout cjsttin f btter enrte
tniiideiK ! nnd Is hnvlhur wondTfill sue-ees.
ThnUSlllldS Of Wtvlk, elell. (lit! Illt'lt mid
.. .. ., . ...,1.. 1.1... ..I .. II..IR
"iillieii iiq 'iiiiUK llllll iiinuiL tiin
tomtilnlnts, and are being permanent-
i. ...... i t. .. .. i... ..i -... ....i te,e
I' i ill, I li "lit, nil "lio in ,,i, . - ii tun.
worl 1-renowmtl curative, Hr. Ureeue's
Nervura blotsl nnd nerve remedv Wrltn
tho elm tor at once mid see what he sivs
about vour eomplnlnl. It will probihly lis
the means of jour pelting back jour
he ilth .
CLAIRVOYANT HARRY WAITE,
uiiitoUMi jmsihmiw iv Ltisnmv
A tfnbiir t'bnriielrr Aiming Mm Cmillitrnr
HIT ptiders of Kiiii'itn I Ity I'iiIUii An-
imU -May lie Ntit lto n
A ejnln once sild that " fool Is born
fverj- minute, nnd nunel lines I hern mo
twins" Without pulsing to combat the
ej tile's sneer at huniiuillv the cnieer nf
Marry Watte, better known an Liberty
ltlack. In this city, gives plitMble grounds
for thn cjnlo's piomlses. Unite Is a dapper
little mnn, with mild eves mid nn e iy
manner that would oaue him to he lost In i
crowd. Ho pnsscses no sinking e h irneter
Istlrs, nnd there Is nboluli l no Inllvldu
allty about hltn. No one would turn to look
at him tliei second time, unless acquainted
with his history.
Just now Wnlte Is loeked up In Jail In
Minneapolis, Minn., under a charge of de
f muling a widow out of JJ) He passed
under the nunc of Henrj II uiel In Minne
apolis and Induced Mis Kate Mcdt to be
lieve that ho could reveal lo her a number
that would draw f3'',ft") In the lottery next
January. .Mis. .Mcdt gave htm the money
and then went to see another clnlrvojnnt
and pild him lo examine Into the fuliiie
and tell her exactly what her chances were
for drawing J'M.POO. Perhaps It was piofes
"lonal Je nlousy, maj bo It vv us n ib "li e to lv.
honest, nnjvvny, tha see-on I elalrvojant told
her that she had been swlndn I To prove
that he hid correctl) diagnosed the rutin o
state, tlio icmul clalrvov ml drew a eeqiy
nf the Journal from his disk and read to
her an cxpot ef Wnl-t s methods The
widow saw th it she hnd been duped and she
wi nt to see the- police nboui It
During his stay In this cltj 11 lrry Wnltn
reaped a golden hnrvest nnd led e long
string of dupes to the l nk while fools are
lleeenl Ills victims were meisily women,
chosen from various stages of life Seine
vveie Ignoinnt, some weie educated uml
tliej would all doubtless repudiate the Im
putation that they wero not a. little above
the average In lutelllgene e. let the- vvem
llti ced And this fact has onusiel tin- ques
tion to be asked: It Naite a lupnntlsi'
There nre moie who will ta that he Is not
than there ule who will lepl In the af
firmative Accepting the negative) view as
the coirect one, then whet Is he and
whom i-comes the subtle power by which ho
impresses tho mlnels of eith. r that he can
reveal to them numbers that will draw
fibulous sums In games of chance, where
the chances aro all Ju favor of the- gam
How- many men are there In Kansas City
who can convince nnjhody thnt thej can re
veal a. number that will diavv a piie in a
lotterj, to be held In lw or thrcei months,
ind get f""l for tho Infoi motion ' It is safe
to s.ij that theio Is not one Yet Wnlte
succeeded In doing this very thing, not onl
111 this cltj, but elsevkliert. If one readi r
rellects upon tho proposition thnt he- trj to
linpiess somebody thnt he possess s knowl
edge that will mnko the other pel son
wealth) in a. brief space of time, and then
consider Just how he would ptueeed to In
duce the other person to give up $.' for this
knowledge, he will see the magnitude of
die's beiutlfiil nnd glacier-like time
Plrst of nil, VVnlto must necessarily belle ve
in himself The next step, then, is to git
his prospective ilupe to accept the s line be
lief Hut there Is the mb How mnnj
people who believe In themselves are able
to Induce this belief Into others"
In the long line of clilrvojnnts who have
passul in police review In this city it Is
probable that Walte stewd at the htael as
the most artful, the most skillful md tho
most clever. The fact that he escaped with
a light Jnil sememe In this e Ity is one of
those freaks of J at Uon countj Justice thnt,
like tho wajs of piovldemt, are past find
ing out His career In Minneapolis antl his
struggle with tho ollb ers of the law will be
watched with more thin usual Inteiest bj
thoso who arc famlllm wth the case.
I'lttin mi.t insam:,
A Worn in'ii s( ro mis .Vrnimed a elgItlior
hand 1 ist -Sight.
Lusty cries of "Help!" "Murder1" nnd
"Police1" arouseel tho vlclnltj of CC3 Grand
avenue at 10 20 o'clm k last night Patrol
man McTlguo heard tho erc.lms two
blocks iiwny, nnd hasteneel to the- plate
fiom vv hence they issued. Ho located the
distill bauec In the thlid story of a bikk
building at KD and rnu iinstalis to the
room occupied b "Neb" Mathci and his
wife Mather was holding his wife on the
bed, nnd she was snuggling to get fue,
nil the time keeping up a terrific jelling.
"Hi s got a inui Take- me iwav'
'1 he officer took Mr and Mis. Matin r to
tho station, lummp inlcil by Mrs (iiato
Kengle, who keips the lodging house! At
tliu station Mis Vfyithci's appeniume de
noted that she- w.i suffering from seveie
mental distress. If not aberration of mind
.Mather said his wife had a pualjtlc
stioke elovtn months ago, which weakened
her mind lie sail slu letlied to bed eaily
last night and he sit down lo read lie
thought she was asleep, when suddenly
she bi gnu to lave and set earn.
Mis. Mather was locked up for a few
bonis to it-gain he r compoHiiie. Her hus.
baud voluntarily nt ompanleil her to a cell,
win to he did his lust to calm hi r.
Mather sells fiult at thn eltv msrket,
where he bitjs ho has vvoiked for eleven
AUKI'.I.IA IIAIIVUV WAS Wil.T.IMi.
Hut Iter IllKihcdlent I.over Ilefaietl to Tu
tor lit r Suit.
Humano Agent Orctnman went Willi Miss
Aurilla Harvey, of the red drees and 35
callber revolver episodes at the Hannibal
bridge Monday night to the home of Marlon
Cornwall, uU Northrup avenue, Kansas
Cltj', Kits., jesterday and tiled to effect a
reconciliation between the two. Ills ef
lorts wero vain. Cornwell repudiated the
Not at all strung" to relate, her lover's
coldness did not add to her aci until) ited
supply of woes. In fact, she siemed to
havo expected tht attitude assumed bj
Cornwtll. She rt turned to Central station
witli tho Humane agent and asked for tho
return of her revolver. Tho request was
refused, as the polite do not bellovo that
it would be safe lo entrust a deadly vvtnp.
on to her keeping Not that she might
send a bullet Into her eiwn bod), for she
eloes not seem to now lontemplite self,
destruction with one-half thu determination
that she does levtnge, Sho sajs sho will
"even up" with Cornwall If tho inillee send
her to the penitential y for It. She Is still
in tho custody of thu Humane hoolety,
Subscilbo for tho Illumination fund of
the Kanilvul Krewe,
Vlri, iliililiKin Still .Milling.
The police have lioen unable to find any
trace of 'Mrs1, Mary Johnson, tho cook at
the Hudson house, Plftecntli and Campbell
stieets, who disappeared lat 1'rld.iy night.
While theio Is no suspicion of foul play,
jc't theio Ins been found no reason why
slio hliould take this me Ihod of going avvaj
.Mrs. Johnson Is colored.
Aetna house, 7"f Main street, $1 St per
dnj; 21 meal ticket, II W; C meal ticket, Jl;
moaU 15a u south room.
A Ilii) Misting,
The police havo been asked to find Roy
Hendricks, 7 Jc.ua old, who has been miss,
lug fiom his home, No 1 IC Parallel street,
Kansas City, Kas., slneo Mond ly morn
ing. He Is HkIU complected, has brown ejes
and wore a bluo waist, blown trousers and
a black cup.
INVESTIGATING DR, COFFIN,
nn: hoard or pi ut. tenuities hi nn:
tin piiistt i t.N.
llrrinp 111, t tpfiisn Atetiiint Is Larger
Tlntn 1 1 1 1 l'rrdit rssor'i I'tilUlrluiis
.k Hltn snnin Ijnettlons How
Now Hint the spring election comment en
lo show a illm light In the horlron, s, niic
1 a day passes ill the cllj hall without
the nmbltlonlslit making some "slnitllng'
revel itlon regarding the conduct of some
city oitlcliil vvho-o love lies with the a I
mliilslrallon. Yestetday wns, of com si,
no exception to the rule, and especlallj Co
slneo the hoard of public works met In
the morning, mid us business was soint -What
slow, plot ruled to ditto a supposed
"full" out of Cltj Pbjsielin Collin
'I he tumble nioso over tho charge by
President Tleilian that Dr Collin has been
extravagant in his expnitlltuics at the
cltj hospital mil henlth ilepiuttuent. Not
olilj as leuards the drug purc-linM-d, but In
the quantity, and In ono euso the qunlltj
uf whlskj bought fur city patients.
When the boattl met jcMtidny morning
Dr Collin wiih nskul to appear. On his
Inking a seat before tlio dignified bodj,
Piesldent Tlcrnaii nsked why ho thought
It neccssirj to order IU"'i dlplitheila no
tlce cauls when ho (Collin) had made tho
statement that the disease was not pievu
Iclit. Di. Collin replied that the tinier wits sng
ge stid In cause ho thought ji" t in l were
prupottloniilt Ij cheapti than n sniillei
niimbei. 'I he lioaid det Ided that l,(s) would
answer at prcse nt.
Thu rial obji-e t of btlnglng thn doctor
befole the lionlil was to be eli v eloped In xt
President Tleinnn, nftel a slmrt seme h,
pulled fiom bis walstttmt pew kit u lilt of
This lieul vvillten upon it the mtnpniatlve
t xpendltureH fur dings of i x-t It) I'hvsl
elau Crow unci lilt' pn sent nlllelil, Dr C.tf
lln, for Jul), August, biptember and (Jc
tober At cording to the iiiemeininda the t Ity
pild tlnrlnu those months of lsll exa liy
,V!oT2, whetc-a the lb.'J expenses wero
After mentioning Ibis dUTorenro Mr Tler
n.ill .afked Hi Oillln whether he luuVtii it
cd inert path lit s than Ills prtsle. essoi and
win tin r Hie lather expense In IVj was duo
to this fact?
"1 have not Investigated my liooks, said
Dr. Collin, "but I think 1 hivo tieatcd
Mi Tlernnu nllowed this us Hon of the
"Investigation" to eliind, tind then suddt u
1) svviKlied off on nnolnr tack -vvhlskv
He told the city phvsiiinn that iicieirdtng
to his liifoiiniitlon tliu pit'setit olllcl.il had
ustd fom teen gallons of whlk) during
Jul), August, biptember and Dttolii'l, ISI,",
u Ileitis Dr Clow had bought but four
gallons for tho (line months in lsil Also
that in eiddltion to this tho present In Hill
depaitinent was charged with ono gallon
mid one quart of 'Elk" whlskv nt js per
gallon, whereas the pi lee for lleiuor gener
till) piuihiiHcd hml been J W pi I gallon.
Dr. Collin explained tint this fine whlskv
hid been pure hnsist bj bis piiscitptum
clerk witliout his know ledge and that Unm
his discover) of the linn li i"i' he hid tlls
t barged tin- cleik Tlie board notified him
that hereafti r only bills calling tor V M
whlskj would be iipprovtsl
Liter In the tl ij- Di Collin repented to a
Journal rt'imrter his stnlenient Indue the
board thnt hn had ellsi hnii-tsl his drug
cleik for liming the is-n-gillon vvhi-Uv
"This lesulti'tl," lidded Dr Citllii. in mv
speaking to II C Arnold, who hn tin ton
tract to furnish the hospital un I lniiltli de
partment with dings nnd vvhlskb. to in.
gnlEt no ortler that tlld not come from me
pi i-son illv "
The bo lid, lifter Us lnqulilt s In the health
depiiitnunt, let tlvt-d a mulorliv pi lltlun
to pive Plftn-nth streit from lrginii to
Woodland with mat id nn The- onlln tin e
to tve Holmes street from Eighth to
Twelfth with asphalt w.ih laid ovei, as was
that fur the establishment of the ki i le on
Andirson from lit Ili-fontnine to Walroul
These ordlnaiues wire recotnnif nded lo
liive Seventh sticit from VValiond to
Trootfs s, untl iitldltlon with asplialt It f
fuson from Twentlith strt ft to Mnithwi st
lsiulevHi-il with In iek, mil Pi nn mutt
fiom Mnlde-n Lane to Seventh slit el with
The Kinsas Citv Subuilnn Itelt railway
was ordered to place props beneath the
citv 's building ut Sis ond and Main, ius Its
grading for a spur tr.w k at that point Is
thought lo bo Jeopardizing the building.
utlt e to tlte '1 rude.
This is to Infoini jou that II. D. Pearce
Is not In our c-mplov
NATIONAL OIL CO.
nn: m: limit.
Tho official forecast for tn-dnv Is- MIs
tourl, local r.Uns, pix-ctslesl bj lair weath
er la Uit eistein portion, southeaster!)
winds; K.in-is, local lains. southerly
xv liids. The highest temperature heie its
tfriluy was r,7 degrees and the lowest 11
degree Pollowlng aro last night's ob
soivutlons. liar. Te nip.
Abilene Tex So 23 M
lllsmauk, N. D no 2s
Cairo. HI 20 B 't,
Chicago 111 N22 U
Clliilimnll, O W 'J '2
Coneoidia, ICas 20M r.s
lnvcnpoit, la SO JU
Dis .Violin's, In sa-'s ,rs
DOflge CitJ". Kas 21 is rt,
Dulutlr. Mliili t"' 'I
I'l l'aso. Tex -"''is t-t
II. Ifn i, Mont.
lliiioit, S D
Knnsis City, Mo
Little Roi k. Alk. ,
Now Oileans, Li
Noith Plittc, Nfli
ii ;i r.
.' I ,-, "S
'n io ;ti
2't Ji, r.x
n 21 '.
2 l S2 "2
Oklahoma, O 'I' ' is f
(jiiAppille, N. W. T 'e!
Ripltl Cli). ., 1 -" '-! 52
M Ixmls, Mo " "J I1
St Pin! .Minn "'" "
St Vint cut, Minn 2iVi)2 12
silt i-ikf citv. n. t ."', r.i
Spiingllcld, Mo 302, 12
Prompt nlli-r In fit k lieadiirlie, dizziness
nsusea, constipation, pain In tlis ulile, guaran
teed to thote using ( at tor's Little Uiuri'llla
aiurrl Igo Lit elite H Iritued,
Name ,, ., Age.
Eldi r Woods Knnsis Citv, Mo 21
Luttie Williams, Kans is City, .Mo 20
Louis 11 Culm, Kans is City, Mo 2
Hello Ni'S, K ins is City, Mo 20
Harrv Gnu, Knnsns Citv, .Mo 2"i
Ida Now house, Kuu-is City, .Mo 20
William .lunm. PI Ute count)-. Mo .. ,. V)
Emma liio.ulhuist. Clny count), Mo .... 30
Andrew A Mnikhuin, Kansas Cltj. Mo . Vi
Maggie E (illlelt, Kansas City, Mo .. 21
Ileniy W Sutton. Kansas City, Mo .12
Laura Mjets, Kansas Cltj Mo 21
CharleH II Long, Kansas Clt) Mo .. 27
Maigaret II. Mode), Kansas City, Mo,, ii
Urosnahan, Timothy and Mar) ; Twenty,
ninth and Palunouut avenue, October Ur,
.Stewart. Sedgwlek ami Nettlo I... 2C0 Paik
avenue; November 11, boj
Rider, Alfred D, nnd Louise M.; loll Cen
tral sliuet, November o, boj
Angelo. Mrs. M.; 82 jcars, C19 East Thlid
stieet, Novembei 11, septic aetiila, burial at
Mount St Mmj'H temctei)
Young, Walter II ; 12 jeais; 3112 (lai field
avenue; November 11, diphtheria, burial at
Forest Hill eeinuteij
Peters. William G , It years; Ull Ollvo
street, Nornnber 11, neurasthenia, buiial
. l'linii -in, I i tit mt tf i
lliand, Unbelt P , A,'' J ears, police sta.
lion; November 9, opium poison; biul.il al
I. ,i tiltin.i K' .
l.angsdaie, jaiiinn; t j ears; 1212 Tracy
avenue, November 9; puipura hemor
ihagica, burial at Elmwocxl timetei).
bint. ice, Elmer E.; i jenrs, 2131 MeOee
street; .November 10, perlcaiditls, buiial at
Dutllry, Tony; 20 jears; city hospital;
November 7; tubetculosis; burial ut Elm
Threw Awuy it llanilful of UIiiiioiiUs.
Thomas Page, of 1210 K.iltimoro avenue,
wus arrt-sttsl last night bj Oilleer llrleson,
of the Poui th pre-ilui't, und locked up on
a iharge ot selling "phonj-" Jewell). He
threw1 uwuj-i u, huiidful of "dlamondt."
when the olllcer caught Mm at Fouiteeuth
and IMalu streets. In police pat Unco
"phonj-" stands for an Imitation.
A (ilrl IlUuppeurs.
Mary Mejeis, IS jeais old, a foster
daughter of Mrs. J. Carroll, of No. 1220
Jelfersou street. dlsancaicd from her
homo .Monday, The police have been asked
1 ta Uui ur.
Welsh, William; M jears; cltj hospital;
November 9; li uturo of tho skull, burial
at Mount St. Mirj's cemetiiv
Ward, Amanda; II scars, Fifteenth and
Tracy tivtuuo: November 'J, buiiul at Union
If you buy koocIs horn to tho amount 0$ $15, And
ZZ. you cot tho I'oocls ut Ashio-noo S.ilo prices,
too; thttt'H tho best ot it.
1 501, 503, 505 Main Street, Southeast Corner Fifth. 3
(It VltC.I l VVIIII Ml VI, IMI I III. KlUI.
A itnllrtild ( iniipiiiij slil tu llneo V.t
tltiitf Agiilnst I lire i lien.
Ch.ulis Smith. .1. lines Wills and J.imei
Iteotl, the thru' men who wero an e steel
in tho Eikevliw bulging house' nt ItlulT
antl Plfth streets last wc-i k. on sustpli-lcii
nf Hte.illng fiom ft eight cms tit l.enven
vvoith. Kas. will be Inkfii to Plittf CHv
lo-tlav, win it tlu-v will be uiiiilgind f- r
giiind lniM-nv (illlci-iH of the- UiuiMS
Citv, at .lost ph .v. Council ltlulls mil
to id claim to possess evident t to ifn
vlet the thrtf int-n with wholesale :ob
bery of their cms the past in mill.
Mm. Ulnslim'a ' uTillso Sv lire for rhll
tlrun ti-etblng sciftfiis the giiius n die t s lull nn
m.illan, allajspiln ciiieswluitiol -n: 1 bolllti
Children Cry for
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
7VTOTICE IS 1IERE1.Y GIVCN
-- ' that tin co-imrtncrsliii) of
hMKRY, BIRD, '1 HAYIiU cV CO
has been this day dissolved by mil
tual consent, and the members of
said co-partnership have become
incorporated under the corporate
Dry Goods Company.
The business and assets of the
co-partnership have been trans
ferred to the corporation, and busi
ness will be conducted as usual at
the old place under the name of
the corporation. All debts due to
the old co-partnership will be paid
to the corporation, and all debts
owing by the old him will be paid
by the corporation. There will be
no change in the line or character
of the business.
lit 1. 1, I'M', VKIIHtl. l.lllIllVil (II.
About Pianos. Do you 't
But vvu know wo have a beau
tiful stock of yooils, and arc
Hiiro that jou cannot allotd to
buy a piano without liist call
ing licro and uoiiit what wo
havo to olTer. lioiuemlicr that
KANSAS CITY PIANO GO,,
1215 .MAIN bruin:.'.
5ciul for It
The Human Hair.
liy It fnllt out. nn I the roiiu'il), with
ticalltii on tho lis.-itnio treniin.nl of thu
skin llvtiiouu fell ultl mil it bi m (i o
upon niuill. ition i-j CI,l.MUT CHII.M
K'AIt Co., Hoi &73, e'lui igo
SNODGRASS DRUG CO,
B4K AMI A.10 MAIN Sf,
Hobb's Tills, 40 Cents.
CUT IIATKS OX i:'i;itYTHlNO.
itt Cblobrtlrr i nstUh iMoiiii Kraod.
J VK .r. alT I ll-bul. LtDllb Ilk
l)fUll T tW J-.MOIM4 JM
i.i ..tie. c Rftutt UutterauA tubttttw
iiui fln.rf imitjiUmt A I tlruiui. or aenl -Xa.
In tuui t-tJi ptrtlviuUrt, lcUuuil Bl
Krllcf fsr I vdlc, s Wf tr. If rUra
llcll. lU.uvee iiiumHiui Auma ,uji,r.
. lit atrr 1 c ttct Cw.,Utetllvu lt4 v
Uiuitl.u fklUJi., fa.
AND LUNU DISEASES
1)1.. I' i: I ltd. bpeclalltt.
Olficct: iciio, loobuttSt.
CiUCAUO . Ilu u 4
twU Ij uLocil
When , it can net
itnAD Tiup. i'nici:s 1
Stiplicn'B Inks . . ... n, pir quart I
SIslTtini's Inles ... in pi-r ftunrt I
.saiuoitl'a Inks ii per nuait I
e'liite-i s Miiclliit,!- 0 p.-r tjuiut I
( ai tu a I'llint-on Inlcs .... s ,n i ipiart "
ralii-i'u lIe',iKon '. nulls .. . a per tluzou a
DIxoii'h Ilex.iKon i'enc-lls Mi pi r elorcn f
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JOHNSON BROS,, Druggists
1107 Mitn. street, I tusaa City, JIo.
L'nexcfUed for L'lmjiiied Faco or Uaiids.
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