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TUtt KANSAS PITY JOtFRXAT,, FHmAY. TlErKMIWIHi, S95.
Tlltitll VAt.lIt.1 IH Tlll.r.Sil.Y St.At'llll'
ir.itiii) ,r i m: iti:ei:t nit's sai.i-
J'rntrit of Mlorklinlalrrn Unheeded by .ludffo
l'liltl-A I.Ut nf tlm SrrurlllM Sold
fount j- Court A Enln t 1 -
flpllilltiK O'l InlirrtJ-.
revr ante have over tnken place In Kan.
in t'ity vvhr value wero to ruthlessly
claimhtcred mul lunored n vva rihovvn In
the receiver's nlc of the njsrts of the !
fmirt Jrvl-Conklln Mortpnco Company,
l Ihe piMtollIre yesterday afternoon. The
wilt- n conducted under tho order of
the federal court and m In the )ianil tf
It--elver John K. Dovvtilni. Herurltle vvro
i-'ld thRt bora a fnce vnluc of nearly K.O"..
cm for leu tlinn M0O,O0r. Pome of tho e-
urltlv er worth par nml pity a imtlB
lutory rate of Interest Hint had never
Tho Al mis made under tlm provl-lnm
)J the onter made by Jntlxo I'hlllp In tho
cute. The tfxt of the order nnd the man
iniVnf )titi Worn ftttncked ti the hnn-n-Mining
security holder of tin- defunct
coinimny ns soon us It was made, but the
motion for the modification denlrcd wan
ii vt r heard. Jt una allowed to rot in thi'
court until the day tirlnr to tlm inle, when
It wag overruled without iirirutnent. It vvnt
lll' I nearly a month rlor to the date of
In the motion for the modification of the
orW It was stilted Hint the manner of bid
ding required under the oidnr vun entirely
unknown In aurh union, and not In common
iianc, and that It iva wholly In the Inter
est of thu nllloptu of the North Anicrhan
Trust rompnny, nnd was an Injustice to
the stockholder, who were proteitliiK. The
Nurth American Trust L'ompan.v Is n con-i-rn
iiromoted nnd innnased by the olllcer
of the defunrt Jnrvlx-C'onltlln Company,
n lid alma to bttv In the ii"etn of the old
iiinili.tny nnd settle up the bit-tucss. It
claims to hold about three-fourth of the
t-totk nnd securities of the old company.
The other stockholder pr-iteted. Tho
motion belntj tllspn-t.il of unheard, the mor
tt of the objection were not nr-;tieil.
That point In the oilKlnnl onler to which
objection was made n the arrangements,
for the sale. It provided that the mock
liutild bo Offered for Mile first In Work
'-partite, as listed by the comtiany In the
vetlcs, und separate bids accepted for thr
blocks. Then, after that test had been
tarried out, the nRKreKiite nmotint of tho
stock In each series should be put up In a
lump and bids Invited for the wholo
amount. If the bid for the whole amount
was itfund on examination to lie Krenter
than the HKKioK.ito of the separate bids
the stock was to be (-old to the bidder for
the lump and the bids for the different
blocks were to be tejected If not, then tho
sale was to be carried out In the tlrst or
dei and tho stock sold to Individual bld
dtr. It was stated In the protest ncnlnst the
older or -sale that It was unusual and
would lend to dllllcultles and vtrork a hard.
hlii on the stockholders who hoped to
realize something out of the sale for their
benetlt. It was designated ns .i double
barreled "ale that could only have the ef
fect of dumnulns the value of the asot.
It would enable the lump purchasers to
hold back and then advance the pi Ice of
the competitive bids Just ,-notiKh to cany
away the whole amount. The North Amer
ican Trust Company was the only concern
known to be seeking; the purchase of the
assets In a lump, while there were plenty
of p titles who weie to become bidder for
the different blocks of stock, nnd theie
was certain to be some llvelv competition
In the work und sale, If It was allowed to
proieed with ptoper und usual attending
it was pointed out that with the double
b irreled method there would lie no u.i
for the small bidders to tnke part in tho
work 'they did not want nil of the stock,
and while they were cettaln to bid hard
on the blocks they wanted, there would be
no way for them to determine what was
to be the sale price. The lump bidders
could hold hack, thus maklnir the bidding
dull and the pi Ice low, nnd then take the
lilie, talse It .1 doll.u, and tako It In the
lump and then gut It far below Its real
The objection of the creditors made In
coin i on tho -1th of November, when tho
nnlii' wa-s made, weio shown to lie well
found, d and entirely correit yesterday
when tho blddcis for the North American
Tiust Company gobbled up tha whole lot
Of securities and look them away at n
pi Ice that was rldlculouslv out of propor
tion to their real value. The made somo
bid on dlnvruit blocks as they were put
up Individually and then In the lump sale
bid ngviliiHt themselves and by r.illng tint
in leu .i ttltlo were ublo to gobble tho whole
Jt Is claimed that the dissenting security
holdeis uie preparing to go Into court and
tile a poweiful piotest against tho con
llnnatlon of the i-ale at the shameful price
muied ytstuday. Just what effect such
n (Oiu-e might liavo Is problematical. Tho
ale as made jesterday Is subject to the
i ontliinatlon of the court and the attorney
who objected to the provisions of the Older
will have an oppoitunlty of piovlng their
1. irs founded on fact and they may be
able to Induce tho court to reject the bid
and order thu salo made again under usual
The list of securltle sold and the price
an- given heiewltli. The price shown In
the list la that made in tho Individual bid,
Ii Is not tho oait price of the stuft at
i he lump sale. The Hi bt series Is coriect.
In lite second tho Individual bldn aggre
gated fiKJIU and the lump sale was an
. ven STu.ilia In series . thu Individual hid
wile $ltil,C"i7 and the lump lirke was $H.t,,
(ji , It can thus be sicn the prices given
aie pi-actUnlly lorieit.
The IUt of gecutltles disposed of was as
rifty-eight bonds, the Waukesha Ilyglea
5llnei.il Springs Companj, iiir value, $.1S,
k, sold for spi. In Merles Y theie were 313
moie bond that went at tho same rate,
and in series . IK more at same rate.
Two bonds, Kansas City Klevated Hall
way Cominny, par value, J.'.Ow), sold tor
Seventy-four bond, Augusta, 0,i Wec
iri. I,lght and Water Company, par value
sn.uoii. sold lor J.'OO, and twenty-elx moro
in seiles '. went at snine late
Seven bonds 1'iescott ,v Arizona Hall
wav Company, par valuo ?7.0i. sold for JV),
an I ti othuts In berits V, went sit aamo
Mftcui bond I'oi t Morgan, Col., water
nds, par value $7,W, sold for iS.
Pour bonds 1'ort -Mortran l.nml nml Tn
nolr Company, isir value J.'.OoO. sold for
515, and 1(J more bombs In series '. ivent In
at the same late.
Ten bunds Augustn, C!a , Street Ilallwav
onipany, par value W,nh, sold for $jiiu.
and thirteen others In faeries . went ut
I'Mity-threo bond Northeast Hlectrlo
Street Hallway Company, of lCunas City,
liar value i,W, sold for !IO,0. In serle.4
7. wero 11) moto bonds, jiar value. SU9.0O0.
that went lii at the s imii rate, .
Tvvnity bonds Klectrlc Light Company, of
ottivvn, Kas., par Miluo .i;,C"X), bold for
Thirty-seven bonds Ilakur, Orewater ami
swer bundb, par valuo J37.WO, bold for
Thiity bonds Hear Itlver Irrigation nnd
Ogdcn Water Wotks Conuianyj par value,
t.io.ov. sold for Jiiio. Pirty-four other bonds
lu km Its '." went at samo rate.
Two hundred mid iilnety-nino ehaies of
slink In same company, par initio J."J,000,
sold tor $1. Tin en bundled and soventy
thito moro ghates In "7" wint nt samo
Six t) -four bond St. Joseph, SIo Stock
Yards Company, par value J'il.OOO. went for
$n). nnd llfty-ouo othera lu series ","
wi lit at tho same, into,
fine bundled nnd fortv-ono street rall
vvav bonds of Ogdcn, U, T par value Jil,
(hi bold for t.'ou. T '
Smiles "" par nlun was J7M.100. The
Ullllirf piico fbteiilay wna 470,000.
Ten bonds, funded, HI Paso, Tex,, par
value $10,1X10. soM for JI.OM.
h'ifteen school lionds. samo city, par
Milue 3P),tV)i, sold for J7.W0. '
lib ven bonds, I'ord county, Kas., par
viiltlu II.Pi. wiU for J2,0n0.
Two hutidiod and nine Ogdcn, XT, t
btreet inllway lionds. par valuo $.o3,ooo.
Two hundred lionds Washington Park
Land Company, of Kansas City. ilo.. par
value JlCO.unO. bold for J2"i.0ci0 ' '
Pour bonds Oneonta school dlstilct, Pan
lllego, C.il , par value. (I 000. Bold for 41,700.
Two ponds Illchland school district, bame
county. i.ir value 11,00). sold for JV,0.
Ono bond Panerl school district, samo
county, pur valuer $ir, sold for SlDo
Two bondb Oi iMiisIde school district,
samo county, par vuluo $2,000, bold for $1,-
Serlea "7." had n par value of $320,000.
In tho sal there was icalUed $lCil,0iT0.
Tho total faco valuo was $l,l"3.0u0. The
ontlro proceeds yesterday was but J-'Sfi.OOO.
Order Itcstrli'lliig Silonns.
The county court has ordered that no li
censes to Louduct saloons on the south side
of Ninth street, between Main street and
Ilaltlmoro avenue, shall bu gi.inted unless
the petitions brought befoie tho eouit li.ivci
the blgiuitures of two-thirds of the Ux.
pavers and property owners Interested.
This older was entered yesterday moiiw
lug Thu court bad ulready voted a like
or ler relative to tho territory on tho west
side of Main street, from Nlni- street to
Twelfth btreet. The court granted Buford
& Co. the leave to transfer their saloon
itoox Xq. Wi AXBln street to Ho. W West .
If you wish to learn the stnte of
the weather, you must consult a
If yon wish to know the state of
your health, your body is a natural
If you seem to lack energy and
feel tired, there is something tho
matter with your circulation.
If you are bilious, constipated,
dyspeptic, nervous, you need some
thing to tone up your digestive or
gnus. If you feel a sudden cold or chill,
bear in mind It may lead to pneu
monia. If you feel any or all of these
symptoms, remember that
is the safest and best thing you can
talec to get rid of them.
There is no other whiskey like It,
and nothing else that can possibly
take its place.
Sixth street, and granted M. It M ubb n a
lleeni to open a saloon .it No. 113 West
AN EXPERT WITNESS,
.V lint tor Cntmhlcrahly Pitlcd liy nn At
torney lu n Damngn .Suit AgiiliMt tho
Attorney Prank Itagerman wn cross
examining Dr. John Wilson yesterday lift
ernoon In the course of the suit of Hartley
against tho Metropolitan Street Hallway
Company In the circuit court. l)r Wilson
had eonio on the stnnd ns an expeit wil
lies lor the plaintiff. Ilo had been treat
ed verv klndlj by Hartley's lawvei, . J.
Mollis, but rather tint to It by Mr. Ilager
man. who vexed him with many ipiestlons
on bones, brains blood clots muscle,
par.il.vsls rheumatism nnd the like. I'lnal
y Mr lliigeriiian nslted.
"Doctor, you're u kind of n damage stilt
doctor, tin.vhow, aren't J on?"
"Oh, no. I can't say that I am," Dr,
'"Well, lu how mnny ults of till kind
have you llgured before this, this eur?"
"W-ell. I don't know," said Dr, Wilson,
staling ut the celling.
"Two? Three? Six..' how many?" Mr.
"Well," said tho medicine man. "two I
guess, perhaps three not moro than three,
Pin pretty certain."
"Yoifio going to get something out of
the iccovet v money nrcn't you, If the plain
tiff win this suit?" lncpilred .Mr, lluger
"Yis, I suppose so."
"Well, aliout how much?"
"I don't know."
"Don't know, hey? Weren't you brought
here by Mr. IIollls as an expert on his
"Yes," said the doctor, beginning to
wtlggle about In hi chair.
"And jet you don't know what you're
going to get a n fee"" Didn't sou agree
with Mr., IIollls as to what Jou wero go
ing to have?"
"No, I didn't.
"Don't you ever have agreement with
him In ca-e of this kind?"
"Yis, 1 do." said the doctor, recovering
hi composure somewhat
"Well, then, what was the agreement
"I tell jou I didn't have nny. I left It
all to him ua I always do," the doctor re
plied "You expect something then, don't you,
whether thn plaintiff wins the easo or
"Yes of course I do"
"Well, doctor, how much do you think
you'll get this time as nil expert.'"
"I don't know, but I know how much I
ought to get," -aid the doctor, grinning.
"How much?" aked Mr llagerman,
leaning far back In his chair expectantlv.
"One hundred dollnis," leplled Dr. Wil
son, 111 much the samo tone he use when
he has cured a Indent case of chicken
"Whew," snld Mr. llagerman. "You must
havo a nice attorney. That'll do."
Dr. WINon will go to Sed ilia to-dav ns
an expeit witness In tho O. K. creek f-ew-er
ca-e, to bo tried there.
.MUST OlIKY Till: OltDKIt,
Count) Court Will Compel Snreyor OTluh
erly to lINc leirgo 'Ihreft Deplltlts.
November 1 the county court ordered
County Surveyor PrnnV O'Plaherty to dis
charge three of Ills deputies. This order
was arrived at not without somo clashing
on the part of the tlueo Judges. Judge
Stone wanted the number to be four, but
Judges I.atlmer and Smith were control y
minded. They wanted but tlneo decapitat
ed. Tho reason given for the ordir was
that eight deputies were cntbely unneces
sary, almost all of the contract work hiv
ing been completed. When the vote was
put Judge Stone voted that four deputies
be let out, and his asoclateS that but thiee
Yesiurdaj noon Surveyor O'Plaherty pre
sented his pay roll tor the month of No
vember. It bad been cei titled bv him and
on It appeared tho names of P. I O'PInh
herty, P. D. Hughes It T. Proctor, M J.
Collins, A. P. O'Plaherty, John C, Quln
l.in, J. A. Curtis and M. O'Plaherty. It
was speedily passed back to him ami this
order of the court, wiltten by Judge Stone,
was riled- "County Survejor O'Plaherty
having tailed and neglected to discharge
tlueo of his deputies or assistants, In pui
sunnce of the onler made on the 1th of
November. 1MC, by this court, the pay roll
certllled bv the said surveyor is leiened
bin k to hfm for correction, and he Is re
quired to report to this court the names of
the n l suns discharged under the order of
this court and the date of their discharge,"
Mr O'Plaherty Is at a loss whether to In
clude any of his brothers or not. Ho Is In
'I lie .lelTro lenlro.
Marshal J. U. Keshlear and his deputies
were busy last night serving summon.
on the mi n w ho were selected In the spe
cial vonlro of thirty-live to try tho II. A. C.
Jeffre caso at Independence.
James Arthur was fined $1 and costs In
Justlcs Spit' court xesterd.iv on a charge
of stealing $10 from Kdvvard Morrissltt, No
Harry Hsttis nnd Harry Ross were sen
tenced to fifteen and sixty dnjs In the coun
ty Jail, re-pectlvely, by Justice Spitz yes
terday, for stealing an overcoat from U
Hairls, November 2j, The cuso against
JInrry Hawkins was dismissed.
Itobert Dunham, the misguided youth
from Ilmporla, Kas, who alleges to havn
been robbed l-'rltlay night In a Nonh end
saloon, failed again to put In an uppear
nnco yesterday, when the rases against his
supposed assailants. John Ilnlnln, Jeff
Heed, Alvln Hewitt. Hill Kegnn and Oeoiue
P. Yenger, were called beiore Justice Spitz,
and they were dismissed by tho juostcut
Uinths und PiiueraU.
13. U. I.nmphero, aged 4ii years, died at
820 Hast Missouri uvenue, on the evening of
December 4. The funeral will bo at 2
o'clock this afternoon. Interment -will bo
In I'nlon ieuiet-ry.
.Mrs. IydU Wilson, aged 71 years, died
yesterday at 2118 Hast Thirteenth street, of
cerebral hemiplegia. The body will bo
shipped to Ulooinlngtoii, 111.
"My wife was very stole for ntarlya year
during which lime she had the best medical
care. I'll) slclans called ber disease con
sumption, and said sho could not live a
month. I bought one bottle of AVer's Cherry
Pectoral, it bieim-d to help her, so I pur
chased ono dozen bottles. Iletore tbesa
wero used she was completely cured, and is
now strong and well." J. W, KwiMJ, Can
dtH l)mt,Mo., Jug. IS, 1605.
FOUGHT HARD FOR DELAY.
Ilir tlAMl's AI-llllt.M'.lt MM (HIT 1 tl
ituiAiti) it, a, i -it trnr.'M iitiAt.,
I heir Objections Hern tlterruled by Spc-
rial itudgn Nrillle-ibn defendant
Is t'lurged Willi lUtlot Hot
stinting In the Second Ward.
The trial of 11, A. '. Jen"rf, Another ele .
Hon JiiiIkp, who wn ImHctwl for the viola
tion of the election law In the Fifth pri -cln-'l.
Second ward, w is cotninerwifsl nt II
o'clock vestenbty forenoon nt Imltipcndcncn,
before Special Judite James T Neville,
The usual ermvd of vvltnoMe was present
in the court room, Includlim a lire numbr r
of spectator, who tilled tho benches, for
the purpose of watching the prorihir of
the - use. Ji-rrre, the defendant, moved
around tho court room with hi hi. burl
foim, and seemed so enjoy the dltlnctlon
thrust upon him. He was formerly In the
employ of John Mny, Ih the street eleanlnn
-I- piirttnent of Kanas Cltv, and Is not a
-tranger to the court of Jackson county.
Prior to hl Indict inent he w.m at rested on
various chnrHPs of a serious nature ono
of the charges was brought by hl wife.
Last Match he appealed as the defendant
In a divorce suit Instituted by his wife I In
i untested the divorce proceeding, and she
testified that her husband's depravity drove
her ftom him, while she was ronl to
make her own way In the world. Yeter
ilny he remed to tnke his trial as a Joke
and during the selection of a panel of Jut
or he roltml a cigar stub between his
tieth, Inking It out oicaslonally toeonverso
vlth his lavvjers.
After Judge Neville had taken his seat
on the bench, the attornevs for the defi n I
ant loiuin-nced their tactics of del.l Af
lldavlts .were llled and all kinds of objei -tlons
were sprung In the hope of prevent
ing the trial Allldivlts weie llled chnrglng
that the Jurors wire Improperly drawn and
that the clerk did not properly report the
panel of slxtj nanus from which the Jury
w.m to be select-d. It was charged that
sixty names were ordered nnd that only
lift -eight wero reported to the clerk of the
criminal lourt. The defendant claimed the
right to n full panel of Juiors and theie
fore aked that tho panel drawn be
Attorney I. II. Klmbrel mnde an nf
lldavlt in support of the position t iken It
stnted that Patrlik Unllornn, or I!-' 'liand
avenue, and J. A. Pltr.gerald, of ll'-l Drlpps
street, had their names drawn from the
Jury wheel. The new Jurv book of ism
did not how the mimes of Halloran ami
Pltzgerald as being eligible Jurois When
the mimes were drawn from tho wheel they
were coinpired with the new Jur book.
All of the courts In Jackson county had
met with this dllllcultv In one form or an
other One circuit Judge ordeied a panel
of Ii Jutors, but nccoidlng to tho book
only ninety-eight vvcro lertllled up, Tho
motion to qii.ih was overruled.
The next play for delay was made when
another motion was llled, and assumed the
shape of asking Judge Neville to vacate tho
beneh for lack of Jurisdiction. It was set
out that neither the defendant nor any
Of hi- attorneys were given a cdiunce to co
operate with the prosecuting nttorney In
the selection of a special Judge. It was the
defendant's belief that a special Judge
already familiar with the election liws of
Kansas City would be moro apt to rule
The application stnted that the defend
ant cl 11 not Intend to underestimate the
ability of Judge Neville, nor was there
any objection to him personally. The ap
plication was quite lengthv. The state
llled a demurrer to the motion and afli r
iiiguments In which the state coutiiided
that the nttoineys for the defense had
tun r made any pretense to ngreelng on a
sj lal Judge, until after Judge Neville
had tukm the bench. Judge Neville stat
ed that It was customary In his njiirt to
give tho attorneys In the case an oppor
tunity to decide on tho special lodge Alter
careful consideration Judge Neville sus
tained the state's demurrer and ordered tlio
case to liioceed.
Only thirty-six of the ilfty-elght Jurois
leported yesteidav. The selection of the
panel of twenty-four, from which the
twelve are to be chosen, was eommi in d
after the noon adjournment Attorney Neil,
for the state, conducted this examination
and Attorney J J WHIInius for the de
fense, conducted the examination for the
accused Only sixteen of the thtrtv-slx wrm
eligible as Juiois In the case The exam
ination weie tedious ami each man was
ilosely question) il as to any opinions
foniKd bv reading the nowspnpers. It de
velop! d that some of the thhty-yK weie
residents of the Seiond waid and weie
victims of the big swindle iierpetinted at
thn last general i lection The Jurois icp
resenliil nearly ovniv walk In life Horn
the laborer to the prnlesslonal man.
After exhausting the panel. Judge Ne
ville announced that another pain I of thii
ty luiors would be dt.iwu out ot the win el
and adjourned court until to-day at 1 .lu
o'i lock, at which time the niatt, r of se
lecting a jtuv wilt be lesuimd.
The tilal of II A C. Jiffie will be the
thlid tilal of elictlon Judgi s connet li -I
with the Second wind frauds to take pliu e
In Jackson county. A O Cl.uk was con
victed and given a I ill sentein e and a line
nnd Wallace (S. Miller Is now tunlci sen
tence nf two venis In the slate penlteiitl u v
for the violation of election laws lie I
still lu the comity Jnll but so fai luis faibd
to make tho necessary appeal bond. Jef
fre Is Indicted on the same chatgis upon
which Claik nml Miller were convicted
Jeffre manipulated the ballot box In tho
Plfth preclnt and numbered the ballots
It was from the Plfth precinct that tho
exodus of fiaiiduleiit otrs to the Sixth
pteeinet took place The nee against J-t-fro
Is said to be a stiotig. If not stronger,
than those on which a convhtlon was had
in tho other enses.
A QUITCLAIM DEED.
Conveys T.imil nought In t lie North Kiel by
'1 heodnro I'. Hates to the 'liriuliinl
Yesterday the qulti lalni deed of Stephen
Salisbury, of Worce-tir, .Mass., conveying
nil of the land bought In the North end by
President Theodoio C. Hates, of the Kan
sas City & Atlantic road, to the Terminal
Improvement Association, of Knns.is Cltv,
was llled with the lei order of deeds Th"
purchase made by Mr. Hates last Septem
ber weie in me name or Jir, naiisnnrv, urn
Worcester millionaire. A few wet ks slni-i
the Terminal Improvement Association
wns Incoiponited for temporary purposes,
Messrs. Hales and Salisbury being stock
holders. The object of yestei day's quit
claim deed was to bring tho property Into
the possession of Mr. Hates and Ids asso
ciates. Including, of course, Mr. Salisbury.
Tho deed was executed November ...
Head the Dentil Holt
Which the bills of mortality of nny large
city may bo fitly designated, and you will
tlnd that renil and vesical maladies, that
la to say, thoso that alfeot tha klilneyB and
bladder, havo a reni.irknblo prominence
wo had nlmost said preponderance.
Hrlght's dlseaso and diabetes In tho chronto
stago iub raiely cured, and gravel, catinh
of th bladder and enuresis pjy many.
Yet nt the outset, whin tho trouble" merely
amounts to Inactivity of tho oigatis In
volved, tho danger may bo iiiilliticifby that
tliotougu ienai luuie Hint nun one, i lis
tener's Stomach Hitters, which Impaits thu
lequisllo amount of to no io thu oigaus,
without ovfli-exclllng them, and the use
of which Is convenient, and Involve no
cMborattt preparation, Dyspenrla, a usual
concomitant or renal complaints, and de
bility, which they Invariably produce, uro
remedied by It So also .ir constipation,
malarial, rheumatic and neivous ailments.
Sent to the City Hospital,
During a temporary attack of mental
aberration. W. S. Coiy, a painter of this
city, wandoied away from his home and
went to Ottawa, Kas, whem he was teen
and recognUed by C, it. Poster, a res.
tain ant keeper. Poster saw- the condition
Cory was In and yebterday morning ho
brought him to Kansas City and turned
him over Io his family, Ills condition was
such that It was deemed advisable to
have the city physician send him to tho
city hospital for tieatment. lie was taken
to the city physician's olllce and left for
examination While no ono was looking
Cory slipped away, The police weio noti
lied and at a o'clock la the afieinoon a
detective apprehended Cory at the I'nlon
depot. He was teturned to thu physlcluu's
olllco and aftirwaids sent to tho hoijilt.il.
Itcllef Association Meeting.
This evening at the olllce of the J.ane
Printing Company, No. Cli Minnesota ave.
nue, a meeting of the members of th Kan.
sas City Keller Astociullon will be held
for the purpose of electing ollicers. After
the election of the ollicers the plan of work
for the winter will bu determined upon und
arrangements Hindu for uctlvu operations
In the neur future. The meeting Is called
by I'M ward Jiareti, secretary of the asso
ciation. Musical Kiitertuluuient.
A musical entertainment was given at
the high school yesterday ufternoon by tho
Western Conservatory of Music, An In
teresting featuro was Keler liela's ove-rturo
performed by eight young1 ladles who
BliUfid M tUtt MOW uiu 9B. Jteux Julajoa
FORTY YEARS A SLAVE,
Minister I sed I nliairo I uo-i ore earl
Vtus Cured br Ituro.t mo anil
tlalnrd Ihlrty Pounds.
clsvlon, Neva la Co, Ark, Jan. 2'. '!".
P.iirekn Chem I an I Mfg. Co , tt Crosse,
Is (leiitlenn n Per forty yents 1 ued
tobacco lu nil lt forms For twenty-five
vinr of Hint time I wan v gmil sufferer
rrom general debility and hwtrt ltene.
Por llftern year I tried to qtill, but
couldn't. I took vat Ions remedies, among
other "NoTn-na-," 'The Indian Tobacco
Antidote," "Double Chloride of Mold." etc.,
etc , but none of th-m did me the lettst bit
of rood. Plnnllv, however, I purchased n
box of your "Ibii o-Cttro," und 11 has en
tlrely ctned mp of the habit lu nil ll forum
and I have liietcasod thirty ikiiiimIh In
weight and mil ltlleved front nil the numer
ous noliea nnd pains of bodv and mind, 1
could write it quire of pnppr upon my
chtnged feelings and lo.tdlllon. Your re
spectfully, P II, MAlltumv.
1'n.stor C P Church, Clayton, Ark.
You can ua all the tobacco you want
while tislim llaeo-i'iiro. It tintllles you when
to mop. Wo have received thousand of
letlct, such lis the one nliovp, proving
beyond a doubt that "llaco-Curo" Is the
only srlentllle, reliable nnd hnrmles euro
for the tobneco nihil. If you Imve tried
any or nil of the so-called cures unsiin
cessfullv, "Hnco-Ciiro" will cure you. 11
I doing It with thousand of othets It
will do It for you All ltonclad written
guarantee to core ,r tnoii, y r funded with
tin per cent Int. r. st goes with 3 hose.
1 f) per box; .1 box-s (thirty days' tienl
tiienti, Jiuii. Soli by dtiigHlstH with guar
antee or sent dlr it Jlnnkb t and pioofs
f n e. Hutekii ch-inluil and Mfg. Co. .Mfg.
Chemists, I, a Ciossi, Wis
MAY CURE H0G CHOLERA,
llhike X Houston's s ,lt l'ri-p irjitlnn Is Itc-
lug Sin cessfully Applied by s,,,,,,,
Kims ,4 1'arnii rs.
If the hopes of Professors l.itrlan Illake
and A- St. Clntr Houston, of the Kansas
university, nio n.illxiil, that illrease most
dtvndesl by farmers, hog i holeru, will soon
bo n thing of the past. These celebrated
phisiclsts believe that thi y have found a
solution that will kill the hog cholera germ.
It will Ih, lemcinbirtd Hint some time ago
Health Olllcer Waring received a l-onle
from the Kiinsns university containing u
Milutlon of sodium ehlorlde, or common
salt, through wlilih u direct current of
vie, trlclty had been pns-ed It was thought
that us the inlxtiu-- hu.l been successfullv
tried on Mire throats, it might be a remedy
for diphtheria oi in- mluaiious croup Dr
Waring ha, not had an opportunity as yet
to give the solution a trial
In the meniUline. Professors ltlake and
Dunston have bien nuiklng experiment!
vvtin mo solution upon nogs sintering with
Several farmer near Inwrence were siip
pllfd with bottle of the mi dlcliie, and have
been giving It to tin Ir stock hiiffeilug with
the disease. H iortri have nlieady begun
to come back that III most ciis,.4 the re
sults have been quite satlsfactorv. I'rnfci-s-or
Hlake .ild the other ,ay thut the trials
had not bei'in extinslve enough to pre
mium o the solution a success. lie felt
gleatly fnooilragisl howevei
It Is claimed that the farmer of the
stale of K.ins-ns- alone lose at least Jino.ftiiV
a yiar on account of hog choleia. The suit
solution can be manufactiirr d at practt
lally no cost, as a barrel ean be made for
about r-0 cents.
.lilt. .M KU'Kl.r.irs CLAIM.
Tho License luspecttir Ibliiks the (tiurrn
l lit ut Dm s III tn M.r.llll.
License Inspector Stibkler Is convinced
that the United Stales government tints
him over Jl,."00,nud Is prepailng a stntcnieiit
to Is- pn wilted to tin- pies-'iit congress by
Congressman Chnrles II. Kurtnn, of Ne
vada Mr. Stilckler sny that after hav
ing served as a private -luring the war
fiom Isr.t to lsisl he. with some fttend,
leirulted tight tolnied coinpam s at (Juln
t y , III, and stait-i to Join Hutnstdis In
Maivland. John A Hioms was colonel anil
Sin-kit r was made laplnln Arilvlng In
Washington, two tompanle were addtd to
the command, making the riglment coiu-plett-
At thi point Mi. Strlekl-1, nlti r nine
months mid t.et-iilt en days' sirvice. put
in his claim for pay from the time of re-
Hilling, which wns not allow od It Is
this mon.-y that Mr. Stilt kler now hopes
to obtain. 1I-' savs that he pri st nted his
claim tin yi.ir.s ago, and although It wns
nllovxed bv the senate, the Demoi ratic
housu reji i ted It.
Hut Itlt ii'h ArnliH Sflt'C.
The best Salvo In thn world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains,
corns end all skill eruptions, and positively
cures piles, or no pay required It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or mon
ey rt funded Price J5 cents tier box. Por
cute by li C Arnold, druggist, uurthwest
corner Pltth and Main strctts, J (.rillitha,
Palace drug store, northwi-t comer Muln
and Twelfth sleets; Pederniann ,. itlar.
Diamond drug store, KOI .Main etreui.
(illlhuio Nut et A ppretiiinilt il.
John (lillliim, who was meniioned In
Moiiilav's Joiiin il as having pas-, I fraudu
lent cheeks upon Max Coin n, a gioetr at
ir) i:,ist Nlmt-enth stl-et, in ex -h inge for
gioceriis, is -(ill nt large and -v i effort
liy the polli e and detectives to bring about
his .ipprcht ii-loii has thus far prmd fu
tile Olllhun Ih Hill Adb r's stipfathtr.
having maul- I .Mrs, Adl,r some tine sliue,
when ho had u Job in a bilck yard.
Thonns Cm oil, Daniel Nolan nnd Tim
othy I e lough, i ty made a mh ml eall upon
Miss Jessie Hlair yesteiday. When Ihey tle
pai It tl Mis- Kl.il! missed ,i fur cape from
Its accustomi d plact. She hid the men
ariistnl ami they .lie In j ill ponding ,i
healing before JuslUe Joyie to-day.
.sirs. Wlnslow's Soorilix'd Svitltl- for chll
rirtm t (thing, Mittens the gums, reduces Inflam
mation, allay s pain, cures w InU colic Jjc a bottlt.
(Ithir Chiirturs VVauleil,
City Counstlor McDougnl and ttornevs
t(Uno and Thompson, who an at woik
levlslng tin city ordinaiiies and annotat
ing the chin tr h ivo wiltten to St Paul,
('level ind, Chb ago, Denver, Clm liinatl,
Kinnklyn, San Piunclsco lietroit. Phllad-1-phla
and Hulfiilo, asking for topics of tho
charters of thine cltlts to aid them In tin Ir
When yon mitTcr from nick lieattnche, dU
yiiieit, cousilpallon. etc., remeiulxr Carter's
l.lttlo Liver Pills wilt rollova you. (Jim pill is
To-ulglll'H Coiiunll .lleellng.
Tho mayor has called n .speiial meeting
of the count II for to-night It Is expected
that the lowr house sanltaiy cniiiuiltiee
will hi leady to it-port on tho new plumb
ing ordlnmi'i There Is also a good chant o
of a health olllcer being contlrmed to sue.
eectl llealih nillcer Waring, whose term
has long tlni e oxplrt d,
Iho lltst Till I ever ut il," Is His frequent
remark of purchasers ot Carter's Mttle i.lvor
Pills. When )uu tiy them you will ty tha
I ma Vlasiiu, HviiiigclUt,
'Mr.) Lena M won, tho glfied evangelist,
will pitacli at St. Paul's mission, A, M. H.
chun'hv 14IC Vine- street, Pilday evening,
December U. Tho public U cordially Invited.
Diphtheria was reported from the homo of
A, D Pliidliy nil Hast Plftecutli street,
yesterday This wus the only case
, a single application of
; great skin cure, followed by mild
doses of Cuticura Resolvent (the
new blood purifier), will afford instant
relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to
a speedy cure in every form of torturing,
disfiguring skin humours.
toUtlumthoot thi world BrllUh 4;oli HswjltT,
A WIDESPREAD MOVEMENT,
Ait'or.vtXNrx ..mi iititiuKHHi'inti to
(HttlAM.l: i. vi uv win III.,
Will lorni l.nrll, stain nml .National
lloilli I'tilliolimry Work Ha llriu
Hone lu Morn I bun tine linn'
dred I urge ( lilt .
Vor timny yeatu there lm be-ti much -lis.
cushion nmotig the leading m conntiinta and
iKiokhefpers of Hie country looltlng touarl
the foritmtlon of locnl omanliin tlons In nil
of the cltleR of the eottntrv, ntnl nlso of .i
Into and nutlonnl holy. The plan hn r
iclved Indorsement for lis reeonttled vnlu-
from many of the tending btmlncsi men or
Preliminary work has been done In more
thnn b) of the large cltlei of the coutitrv
nnd C'aiiiidn, and at em h point thire his
been much enthusiasm phiivvn over the mat
ter. It him llnnlly progie-tged so far that
It was deemed advisable bv the genllemui
who havo been dlredltiR the movement to
delgimtc representative gentlemen In that
line of business to lake charge and pt--ii.ito
delimit- plain fur the purpose and
nave them in condition to picpoiit to the
gathering of Int- rested partlts at the time
llvl for the foimal orgaiili-alloti of the
In the selection of the sl gentlemen who
are to have geiieial supervision of the n i
tlomil ornaiiUatlon, one Is taKeti ftom Kan
sas City ThlRj Is a It-OKiiltloll not oiilv
of the prominent gentl, man who vvn-e delu
tinted, but it an honor and dlstliietlon to
the iltv '1 he geiilltman who Is to rtple
sent Kansas I'lty In thit work Is Ml
Charlts Itowett, the accountant who has
nllbei In the New Hiigland building, wlio
Ik well known to the huliiiss tin ti of Ka.i
sas City. Hi Iuih been Imattd here Tor
sev civil yenft and hns done inn- h liniwrtaut
work 111 the Hue of at counting and straight
ening out tangled ui'. units He Is an en
thusiastic advocate of the plait of organi
zation atitt feels that sin h sups nto ci rtnln
to elevate the standard of the biisliu s au-l
insure better sen ho. to the liuslmss In
tel, stH to In. served, and at the sumo lime
seein e better advantages for men em
ployed In that line of w irk.
An Intelligent, well in Hinged organl.illon
Ih issiired. NVnily all other Unci of busi
ness, tiadts ami professions are organl7d
for either social or othei tieneilts, and the
bookkeep-is are of the opinion thut sit di
a step Is hut taking advantage of all op
poitunlty Oit is lmprnttvc upon them to
protect tln'ir Interests. The scope of the
oigauli-.itloii, as Itidliated from the evntts
slons nllendv made, ate that It shall de
mand a high standard of pmtlt lelicy an I
standing to secure in, mbership, and will
aim to teach such lessons as will be of ma
terial value to lncmlit-is
Mr Itowett has given almost his lifetime
to the study of his pinr-sslon, and knows
full well the needs and advantages of sin h
an oiganlzntlon. II- Is a Unit bellevei In
liberal platforms and high statnlaidH and
will give much attention to tin work ,.f
perfecting the Hist plan of oigiinir itnm
and making It elTei tlve for the pin posts de
sired. t A LECTURE ON MAN.
Delivered bv Print Ipii! doliu I', Itiictiniinu,
of the High -silinol, Itetore tho
I pw tirttt l.ciiKtie,
Principal John T. Huclian.in. of the Jtl.li
school, delivered n lecture befoie the I'j
vvurth League at the Tlixist Avtnue M.th
odlst church last cunlng. Ills .subject was
"Man." The dlscoutso watt of p.iril'iijit
Inti nst to the young people w-hti form- I
tl- princliml iaii t,f the audit me
!.Mr. lluthauaii went into the an itonil. il
stiiicturo of in in 111 a highly sebntin
nianner. and nfier getting the physn.il
nun perfeiit, he piociidtd to launch Into
the pVthlial. .Some idiyslology won also
(ontnlned In the piofessor's temaik.s. II,
told his ninli. in e that the average man
consumes -"ti pound- of food Miiiiunllv
that l.(.i).oi tuble fiet or air Is Inh.tli I
In the .iverag-i life of a hum. in b lug. that
at every btut of the pulse u,iki,Iiui blood
tills aie foriiitd, and that tin re tire in -(xi.oo
aire, IN ill the lungs pnw ritlng an
nggieg.ite Mirfiuc "f 7,lmi siii ire feel.
iIiittitlon, he said, w-ts necessarv be
riuiso tho nntiiie of mini was Improvti!
by- culture, nnd rdii'iiilou gave n gem i.il
Increase In powers. It i,.ue ills., rlmiuatlon,
i "ill lilt j ami it-mmaiid
Talking oi the tug. ins of sense, the eve,
the ear, run! th- tongue, Mr. niroh.iiinn
went Into their woudiiful nuatoiiili.il
met Inini mis, iillltmliig that the senses were
iiothtng more than tin- soul's interprotu.
tlon of the sensations of tin- nines.
"Hducatloii," he loncluded, "should bilng
youth to manhood and womanhood, ihys
Iciilly and Inl-lli-etu.ilh , and above nil,
morally." He ipiotnl John D. Itotkeft!
Irr's well Known lemaik that he neur
came In eontnt t with an educated buslines
mnn "Wlthiiut fetllng his own Inferiorliv
"The educatid man," said tho professor, "is
a gin n I tolli-tloii of oigiius and touts,
matt-ilal nnd spiillual, wniklng tngt-ther
111 heilih nnd lull inonv. mutually- tit p, mi
en t, mutiiiilly lit-Ipi ul. and siiboitllnati only
ti Him whi Is suiiremc "
Mr Hiiehnumi then recltcl Alice C.inv's
beiiutltul little piK-m, "Mtirahlv," vv-hlcli
foniud a titling closing to nil able and ili
Her .llliitl llernni;etl.
l.Tt WetlneFtl-iv nluht a middle aged
womiin t illed at the Clulstlan mission at
No ill2 Walnut street and npplltd ttu m
plovment. She dvs'iibed herself as Jlr'.
Annie Schmoller and Mild she had Just
come to the city fiom Southern Missouri,
In search of work She claluiid thit
Si'hniolli'r was her second husband and thit
she had been mnirlnl but a short Urn.
She iiIfo said that he had sold stv.i.il
pbecs of property Hint she ovvm d nlnn
th, line of the Kansas City, Plttsbuig .v.
(iuir rallioait, and then ueserleit hei Mi.
appe.treil to be suffeilng severe nn ut.,1
distress: and the agent of the mission mi
nlshetl her a plan- to stop Wedm s i,n
night. Yesterday she became violent .nil I
thn pollee were sent for. It was though
best to send lit i to tho city hospital lot
treat nent. uur san iv win ntonaii v in ,
Inquired Into In her lucid moments the
woman cl ilms that she Inst hei mind wor
rying over the action ot her second hus
band. Suspected of stinting u VVntth.
Tho polite are holding a man named II
Stono on suspli Ion of having stohn a val
uable gold watch fiom a Kalis is tattlt
m.in by the name of linker, who claims
that he met Stono Wednes lay night and
that they ha 1 a "good" time togelhei
When Harker awoke yesti rdny luoinlng
ho wa In a Indglug houst ut No. Till .Main
street and Ills wad h and monty were
missing. A city dctiollve reioveied tho
watch yesterday In n Norih end taloon.
The bin lender said Stone had taken the
watch from the cattleman and left It with
him for safe keeping. Stono clulin- that
Uie bartender took the watih, and that he
had nothing to do with thu transaction.
Will He Itepre Sl'llted III Mrxlfn.
J O Stowe has (icon appointed by flov
etnor Stone as one of the Missouri commis
sioners lo the Melian International iin
sltlon. I.etteis aie being received by He
retary II M. Clendenlng of the Coinini r- I il
Club, and .Mr. W. fl. Neville, ri'imm nintiv
of the Mexican goveiiiunut lu .lh.omi,
Crom nierchants and maniifai tin-1- in
Kaiis'is City, lu Willi h Ihey say thty will
bo leprcsented at tho exposition.
.Ilarrlago J.lreust-s Issiictt Yesterday.
William H. Stewart. Kansas City. .Mo.. '?
Sadie II. Wlnlon, Kansas City, .Mo "i
William Kemper. Kansas city. .Mo J '
Jeiinlo Dayton, Kansas City, .Mo Ji
nivvonnc, V and A,; V Kast Third; Ile
cemher '; hoy.
Seal, Cora and John: Jot hop; Decem
ber ; itirl.
.Mcl.ill.in, W, A. and .Mrs.; 2919 Holly; lie.
cemher I: Bill. . .
n.illey, Cor.i nnd It.j Twentieth and -Main,
November SO; hoy.
.Stuivart. A, and ! K0 West Thirteenth,
December t, ho v.
Allen, A. and J.J 12.7 Ilellevlevv; December
'l.Mieto, r, nnd Anna; I20fi Oak; Novemhcr
Conmer, I and I,; MO Holmes; November
Cictiley, .Mary and D, I.; CIO J'onular No
vember 2J; boy.
Holder. .Marv nnd H. T.i Twenty-third
and Indltna; December 3; boy.
Man-Ion. Sallna; lift Kansa. avenue; De-cc-mbe
3: lb day.-.; membra nous cioup.
Allei, li. li.; 1113 lVnn btreot; Di-cembor
It tij years; nuilllary bromliitU; bulla! In
Allen. Tl-hl ilay; '027 Indiana uvenue;
Di'ceinbcr 4: 5 tla); inanition; biul.il in
Dcuison. H B.; UI3 Central streot: Decern,
her I: 70 )cai.; cj stltla; builal ut Jlunlut
Carroll X'ndfi'taklns" Co., 1223 McQe.
street. Telciihoii8 2313.
licu I'uy and Mht.
The Coatcs Uguiie TurltliU -utha arc tin
sursasjied. - " ----.-, -. xjt3j-
l'vrry "lie ( tin so l lie si Is -
bri'ii Ilinrniiglilv "verhiittlrd nn-l ut
In Hint thi -i-br, nn-l is, i all
liitent-t nn. I -iir-ni'w ns far a'
put- thai use Is cutn erin d,
JUSI" AS HOOD AS MiW.
I l.llVIs Hill down, ? inmithl)
1 It, lining, original nri - l !
i, w S200
1 lt,htl!nu. iitlglllnl pri' e I
t w SIG5
I coder, tulglml prbe .
n w SI90
1 tlnldf r, original pri- e J. n
1 Strope, titlglnal prlii- J-"1
1 C.itiu'l, orlgltinl price "iio
I I'I'.VIs -, ilmtn, N.I monthly.
1 C P I'case S75
llnll-t Davis) Squat o Ot HI 1
thus, .sttlngs &I25
Kt.inli h .v. H.tt h, almost in w
Chlckt-rlnir, In elegant i 'ii-
1 elms st.-ti S75
W'enttirn Agent for stelnwuy I'lini"-.
.!ilitlif.ii'ftiifl'iif Itiatlhury und
Hi iniliii; I'luntm
moo Walnut Street.
GISO. AtlHTCALF-, ATgr.
Open Hteiilugs until Hlo'tliitU
All this iiioutl
"lyASTINO IHSKASrS WFAKIW WONDKI..
fully hejui40 tL eal" jou fclow , grft-Iii-l!y.
Iu imt rIIow thi uunto of tmily ta make
younpoor, flribtn , Immntun uiiiii Iltuliti.stn-iitftli
imiUUiiriif t jou wi i her m bo ri U or puor,
'JhnUrt'nt JIiiiI nn i- lu lif li u ti ly tmm tin Jliiil
iHtin ilpilluil Jn-.lltut Tnit uun'ltrfiil Jliopry
ns nmdo l tin fpei tiiltsti nf the nl farrmui I inl
poii Mt Ih ul Inslliutr-. Ir h the strong-Kt and tnovt
pu rful ff illi r tit -I- It I-so pnH.Tful tlint It
l-ttniil v uiiil rful lm li irml ps it 1 You (an
Bt ft from mm In n lint fnun tin? Iludtnu MkIIlmI
lntltutf. Wrttn for c IrriiUrn nml t itlinonliils.
'llili cxtrnnnllnnry Ui-juvinntor It tlm tnmt
vomUrfiil illst )ii ry nf tlm nno. It htm lior'i t n-ilnrm-!
by thu It, i(l!n'sileiitltlc munof KurupoonJ
IlUllVr. V li pnrt-ly rBC-tKbIo.
Ill IK.vN Atniis (ft iiinturt nesfl of tho din
rhurso In twenty (ln. Cures LOST MAN.
JIOOI, rnn-tli-iitlon, illzlni'st t i-llnj; n iiii turns,
imrous twit i litni; nf the eim.ini tlir pari-.
MriUKthrns, lnln"nttiH tut1 tunes 11m intlru
Fjftt in It Nusi heap ni iny iitln r nrn- !,
Hl'llTAN tuns tlitnllt, iMTMHism ii, (Miil'i
plm, unit leol(p nnd ri-ttnrtH u.ul; nrti-.iii
Vain-In the hafk.Iosvts h) iliy r nlBht Muppeil
qnlrUj 0er VOprlat' lniUirHenienti.
I'rtmntiirem Nt means ImpnbMw v tu the first
ftu-te It Ha Hytnptoni of v iniii il xeiikrn ch an I
Imrn mil . It run ! Htnpj ul lu tu. nt iln i by
tlieiisenf Huilyuu. Hiutyan rusts no moru tiutn
nny other rt im -h
h inl fnr rln ulain nml trUlrnonlftli,
TAI.NTr.n Itl.OOIl Inipura Unml inn Ut
tt( rhui prtatt i'1-iiinli rw ( an U s iiirtaiN ot n
pruilm 1mkk rillM 'Ibeu i (inn s - r thrnat. p'l'U ' s
copper ! r 1.pMt,ut r t im ti'h nlJ- r hm i
falling hulr man wtvciiltlpl II f i rli ( v
writing fur rtiuuti Ilix-k 1 ih obi phHli laiiiuf hi
riio tii:ihic i. isvrrrr ri:t
UtutUtun, 3luikit iiiitl t'UUN.K,,
NAN tHA ) . (.AL.
SlRnaturc Is printed In
ls a further protection tig.iliizt
' A.cnts for tho Unltrd states,
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. N.'Y.
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-wh sH AU fcT", 1 1 "8 'If ItiHTi sTl fm
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can to t reitea at homo fur tlm h.nio I'll- iu.ni r line
Kuurunt). It ytin I'lUli'Mutuuiti li 'til uo will tun
tract to (my rullruud taru and hoiul I UN, ana ro
rhar.i), Ititolall to cure. It jiiiiIiiito taken iuer
liny, loitlito I'-ilu.li, and btlll luio .ilics umt
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nut, Il Is thll Hviilillltic Jll.Udlt 1'OIMIV
tlul nil uouruutre tu cum. We sola il ilia must
uu.ltiiulo cuirtuuil lliiillvUKe lite ivoilil ,or
it ue mb iniiuol tiur. t-)ilillll h;i ahtuu
Inillltd tlio Ulllwl'llie iutit ruilnent t-lt.
tluii.. bSOii.illtUciii'lliilUblinl our lint uiiihtiniml
suaiauty. Aliftulutr piuuls hetitfteulciltiuui'lili
raliuu, Addrc.l ItlllK lti:ili:i,V CO., UU7
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tMitUfucllon liii.iriiiitied. Huua I'llj, Slo,
MODERN SHOE CO,, VMLu .
bllOU HALF bOLlUNQ. bl itock M r nn
and wcrUmaujhlp, and wo me.u the (In l,
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JOHNSON BROS,, Druggists.
117 Mill Su t. Kntii-na City, Mo.
Clem B, Altman
Will save you at least
On everything :n the exuelry
line. Von know we
707 MAIN ST
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OF KANSAS CItY, MO.
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Account's, fiiibjccl lo check a
sight, I'L'ceivt'il l'niiii iiiilniiluiilH
linns mul corponttions on tin
most iiivorii-iln tcrin.
Lcjrnl depository lor Court am
Acts as Executor, Guardian
Ailii-iiiiKtratur and Itauuivor
albii as Kegintrar and 'J r.uihfei
Aiieiit for Stocks and Bonds
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aimii.'I(in ioc, aiic, an.-,
Tako Your Wife
They are given trco wllh cachbot ot lioHdvr,
TO BALD HEADS
We vrill until ou an lit..
tu grow hair upon a lal J
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