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Tailor lade Clothing.
Thfl lict maili-, the be-t littinjr, tlin most !) Iili, tlin ro.wt relialil.) tliat i or can be ma.Io. It ia an
acknowled fa t that our Ul.rtliinK ia far ii)eri(.r to any other K-adyiiiiIe Clothing olTnred III this city. We
guarantee every narmr-nt we lell to lie junt as represented.
We invite your inspection of the largest ami choicest assortment of
MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
Suits and Overcoats.
We retail for cash at Wholesale Prices. The Style are faultless, the Materials are elegant, the 1'it is
perfection, and the prices are the very lowest.
Save Money, Save 1 Profit Trade Direct with Manufacturers
SPECIAL PARLOR FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
For TTlttlrxs: S ui.it s.
We have a hundred aifferent styles, all new this season, made and trimmed in the best manner, at the
LOWEST TRICES EVER NAMED ON CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
laVec-tluns fop HniiiRKHtitf.
When ym goto litsn drl Norte you
will of corns, tirt to inilult tliat
tast fur (Irfiamiin tin- ivviuu of
your country whirl1. ia inlit-reut iu tin
American diuraHi'r, ami if you are tlis
lost'il to I to nioli'iftt4' iu your iiulul
4'iice if tin- tiitti. yu ran inaiirt";r tlie
matter uilliout lnurh ilitl'null v. and at
no very tfreat ij,?iiMt for the artirlei
you buy in rnsoili'l Norte a tu I inule
arm-is the liu r nill iml i-nt vmi mm Ii
lnoi'e. than if you louht tlu-m of uier
HianU on ttie American tide. A not nf
Mexican Illusive jtwilrv, for eaniih
which the Amt'iieau shiikiv (hts in Kl
lio sell for eau he ImmiIiI iu I'n-o
drl Norte for mIkuK 1, :uul the j
Cif HlllUlill tile lhilljr llr'oS ill
coKt you only nlout .t. My ai iee,
liowever, i-i"lo inule very Utile, n
tint Storks of hilt h things iu the Kl
laso ihos are much fuller anil more
varied than thie 011 the oilier side.
An to tho pleaure of trlliti your
frieiuU that vuu ImmiIiI a ))urlii iilur
thiuir in Mexico, that may he had in
any eae, ivnieuilHT what t heterlield
itaid to hi Hun u ho Nhi-d to o down
into n coal mine for the hake of heinjr
able to Miytli.it he had done so. "Ymi
cun itay it jut ai tvell without doing
it,' was the paternal admonitiou.
Itnt if you iuii'1 do a little unir
plin", huy eif;ti'f. The Mexii an ueeds
are (food and really cheap. Wry larjje
uie of tine llaxor eau lc had for -'..'i0
A hundred, mid if you hreuk the box"
by taking out three or four, the dealer
4vill infonn you, there will Ui no duty
to pay. Thru, by com-ealinx the ln
nlMJiit your person ami looking (ftiilty
you may liae the pleasure of rikin
tine nml impi iMXinu ui. I'erhap! h Ik'I
Iff way I.- to be honest, and ef-re-tjiectin,
buy your Ihi of riar and
carry tiain om iiI , ai I did iiiine, hohb
ing yourself n-ady to pay tin- duty
win1 11 it ia demanded. The i-ustoint
otlieertj, In that t-iiM1, will r usually
Ulame into the car, ohere that ou
Hie simply u tourist taking biu-k Koiuf
cigar for your ow n ih- and miv noth
lug U you on tho (uibjert. You will
lose the plciwurc of feeling guilty and
dihoiiet, hut oii will pel our ciarrt
all tli li Kuiue at the Mckau price, and
you can afterward chat without fear
ivith the ciihtoiiiH orticcr and lind out
a pood deal that in interestitip from
them. Cor. Stat York t'ommcraat Ad
terUser. m m
PiMCOuratfiiiic to the -'reielt.
A little eeiie of which I hapemd
to bean py'Wttiieh; A cauilry olliccr
ou a weedy na, devoid of every atom
of blotl anil breeilinp, euieres from
hift barracki and slowly wnnU hi, way
in the direction of the luvalides. In a
few moment the -.aid "terd tin lit harp
itiunil, almost unseating it rider, and
makea for it Mlabic. It pulled up,
and the otlieer patently endraorn o
ern;ide it lo rehinne it a nuiiwe. Af
ter a few step the maneuver ia repeated
yviih th" fcuine result. The pavtt'i'-hy
bait and await the ismic. Aiuonp them
in a tall pent If man ot orttmaulikc
appcaraDi-r, w hokc critical eyes has
been attracted by tlm traipe spei ta
cle. Thirty times, at h ai-t, i thft of
ficer kwuup arotiud by the ttuhlHiru
brute, but mi timid in he that though
armed with )nr and whip he mail
himself of neither, w hile hi hold on
the reins is mi devoid of limine, that
although n'ivehiig the intiiieuver lie
cun do nothing to prevent it. At
length h yields, and trots back iu the
opposite direction. A little boy who in
looking nl1 exclaims: The lioise lias
coiupiercd his rider." What, J thought,
luuitl have been the retltH'tiouH of the
4l tier pcctator to whom 1 alluded,
and who turned on his heel and
walked uu, Ho wa the Gcrmau niu
baadur. Vr4 I'vr, LondvH 2n
One UPrice Clotliiers, HCatters and Fixiraiisliers,
lOOO and lOll Main Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
Chi time TraitM.
A Nnplc corivp4 indent of the Lon
don i uh writes: vt the Iterliu treo
praphical Mteiety, llerr A. llenuing
lately made many interesting oterva
tioui ou ( 'hiua, fotiinleil on a long ac
quaintance with that country. Amou
other things he said that i'hiiiec
limbic knows nothing of pure Mtaves
but only pure lifth. On ltd account
Chinese iuumc strikes strangely though
tint ilisagii'eably on KumMans. vvlulu
the Chiue-e take nine time to liecome
aeeuotoiiii-l to our nin-ic. The Chine-e
language is tint so de-tititte of drlieale
turuH as 1- gi iierallv lji-lievrd. The
peoph art "till extremity supi rlitious
ami prejuilired. Although they ae
kuowli dge the .uteriority of Kuropeau
surgery, they prefer their native dor.
tnr, and it would le tlaiigrrous for a
Kuropeau to undertake au ojM-ratiou.
No c pcrirneed ph sj' iau. either.
would like to trut medicine to his)
Chinese pal it-ill w it bout Mrirt snH-r-
ti-ion. ( hitiee inibtlrreiice is l ill
worse than t 'him-sr siiH-rst it ion. "The
( hinene is Imrn a man, li v a dog, and
dies au a-." No aitauce can be
found in that country, where one ban
to rely on hini-M If and brlire no m. in.
The want of a seiie of the common
good, and of all r)f-at rilii e, is fit
great that all tin reh hi'ati d buildings
fall into ib-riiy. such a- the temples and
royal tombs, many of uhirh are beau,
tiful. 'I'here are no buildings in
China older than three hundred years.
Coinmuniratioii by road is only kept
up where h a-t dillu-ult; Hgrieulture in
in the same htate as a thousand yearn
ago. The iiiauufartiuv of hi Ik decays,
and machine.-. hae no chance against
the cheap manual lalwu'. The popula
tion le-s than is iH'lievetl. Though
the towns are rrowdi-d, the country is
w ale and dcert ed. 'i he t hiuese
tliem-elves think that the population is
greatly overestimated. lYkiu has a
feu)H-ririen of aUut U. 1 Mpmre miles,
and there are a great many open
spaces in the city, while almost all the
house art small and of only one storv;
the numlH-r of inhabitants, instead of
amounting to millions, is at most frio,
oon souls. Tifii-tsin, the population
of which is given at ltn,iM.H, has prob
ably only To.ihmj to ftu.OiM. Neither is
the country rich. An olllcial with n
ttalary of fittt a mouth marries and
live t iy well. Heir ileiiuiug thinks
it would not he wise to uproot the in
tthutious of the country, in spite of
their faults. Kurnpeau culture makes
its way slowly, and it is now certain
that China can not get on without
Eunk aiis, who, however, should Hot
risk their capital In the hind, a there
ia uu guarantee for it whatever.
The supply of mo iu Louiiun:i, on
the bcahoard and on the streams in the
lower parishes, is immense probably
inexhaustible. Thousands of square
miles of forest arc festooned with it,
and were the present crop gathered
and the woods left hare but a few years
would elapse U-fore h would be as
abundant a before. The low, wide
fcprttading live-oaks ami Mvcrl-guiu
and the faciliiif fur running wagons
everywhere under the trees present ad
vantages for gathering it not found
eleh'--ie. Its merit and chcapuct
have created a huge demand for it iu
Kngland, and as it become known
throughout Europe it must inevitably
u pelade all other materials for tho
pui M)se for w hich it is adapted, and
certainly become an important item iu
our export trade a well a home con.
Humptioii, AttvtU- Mti,f Mirulutii.
A Maine iinin, while chopping wood,
cut a big gash iu hi boot. Thinking
be had cut a g;ih in hi foot also, hu
at down ami houtrdfir help. Assist
ance came, and Ihe num. who was not
able to walk, was placed on a sled and
hauled home. U Jim he got there hi
boot and Hocking were cut from bin
foot, wbt'U it wa found that the fuu
fjVa But cut enough to draw blood,
10O9 andlOll Main St., Kansas City, Missouri
'I'll tell you why the newspapers
ridicule clerks so unmercifully,1' taid a
nieiulei' of that muchabtiscd profession
the other nielli. One of the chief
duties of the hotel elerk is to answer
ipiesiioii. A thing you are in the
habit of tloing all the time hoon he
roines almost autoinai ic, and you can
do it while our mind is really ou other
things, people a-k the same'ipiestions
of a hotel ch-rk a hundred times a day.
He ipiii kly gels the mowers tlovvn to
the lri ft i ible formula. These
he rattte nil in u perfunctory, uniu
t crested way to all impiirers, including
u w opaper-uu-u. 1 he new spaper-nieii
get all idea they have Hot receicd
sullicieiit aM en I ion. mid inimeilialely
jump to the i elusion that the hotel
clerk's ali-iraet eil manner is due to
self-conceit, when it is simply a result
of m siematiztiig his work."
There's a great ileal iu this, but the
fact remains that iu some unaccount
able manner many hotel clerks, nud
"M'ci:dly voting ones, absorb the idea
that they are of vast consequence In it
community and altove the necessity
which other bu-iness-meii lind of being
civil to all comers. I saw a very
chipper oung snob of a ch-rk beauti
fully taken dow u by an older and more
experienced snob at an up-toun hotel
a few nights ago. The young man iu
tjucslMii handles (lie mail of so ninny
distinguished statesmen that be ipiite
consider himself one of them, and
feels competent to patronize all ordin
ary people who fall iu his way. A
well-know ii Senator of a dy-jH-ptie
diathesis and uncertain temper had just
arrived. The young clerk I m -allied ou
him with all the kindliness of ieioiial
regard, inquired after bis health, and
wound up by asking in a rather loud
lone of voice when the statesman's w ife
and daughter would return to town.
Tho Senator turned on him with a look
that just desolated (ho smirk on his
countenance, and drily but loudly an
swercd, "Well, Til let you know iu
time for you to make tho lire iu their
Hope Too l,ng Deferred.
Once more, Felisty, I ask you the
question, "U hen will you be mineP"
The speaker was a proud and im
petuous oimg man. From his child
hood he had worshiicd r'clisty Mcln
tin with an ardor whose intensity
Huuetimes alarmed her. Cephas Hog
err, had now arrhed at man's estate.
Hit was not a nature that could brook
delay, and as he at iu the drawing
room of the Mclutire mansion, in the
most aristocratic portion of an aspiring
city in Central Illinois, there was upon
hi speaking brow the impress of a
high reso stch as might have trans
figured the face of the ambitious youth
who tiivd the K phes in n dome when the
supreme moment of his life had come.
The voice of Cephas was hov, tremu
lous, and yet imperious. Kvery libre
of his frame vibrated as he said again:
Felisiy, when will you lie miner"'
"Cephas" replied the fair young
girl, the inmost recesses of her S(H,
thiilliiig with responsive emotion as
she stood proudly erect and looked in
to the liei y eyes of the youngntan with
all the devotion of a heart' deepest
trust, will he oius when the te.-tt-uioiiy
iu the Wurihiugtoii-lW Con
gressional contest is all in."
A wild, de-pairing cry tang through
(tin room, a deafening explosion rent
tin. air, and tclisty ft It, lather Hutu
heard, the roucijhiu of a body falling
heavily iiMn the Moor.
The young man had committed tul
cide, Chivtt'jo Tribune.
There is a family In 1'ulk county, (.n.,
whose children posses name that are,
lo nay the least, rather original. They
inswer to the following appellations;
Mollie Nccklane, ljuinry Ann, Si
i'onuuic, Happie Josie, Nestor Cheslor,
ud 1 Wonder. It is aid that tho hap
py nun her take pridu iu calling each
jliild by it full name.
ACES FROM 4 TO 13 YEARS.
We challenge the clothing tiude to produce uu line a line of Knee Pant Suits at we show.
PRICES S2, S2.50, S3, S3. 50, 34, S4.50.
The finest assortment of A 1. 1. W ll. SI 'ITS, in all tlin latest and licst shades, at the popular price of $").
We a'ik all in want to give us a oh II. W nnki our own (Jlothing, urn! ymi save one profit by bu) ing of us.
Wo show a higher grade of Suits lor the little oiks, all the way up to i't, $10 and til.
We are liuadipiurtres for for Kilts
We call special attention to our Hut stock this Spring. Wo have taken great pains to have made for us the
best leading stales and very best quality, ranging iu price lri.nl il jj to ft, avid we offer at retail only Urtta
that no small jobber or dealer can buy at Ihe prices si 11 too same.
W mean to do the Hat Trade in Kansas City.
Two Old New York Hutcliv.
Changes are always taking place ou
It road way, as everywhere el-e in New
York, for that maiter. At the present
moment out! of the old-time hotels,
to ice known as (he Hraudrcth house,
and built some forty years ago by
ltraudreth, the pill man, is parting for
good with its character as a hostelry.
It was a house of coti-idcrahlc uolt iu
its day, and as fashionable, accoiiliug
to the times-, as the Wind-m- or the
Fifth Avenue is now. For a few years
past it has been known as the Manhat
tan hotel, and its patronage has come
exclusively from business men. 'J In
Baltimore and Uluo railroad eoinpanv
lately leii-cd the entire huildiug fu a
general headquarters iu New York,
and an auctioneer is now clearing oiil
all its contents under the hammer.
While this aiieient hostelrv is giving up
the ghost for good, us tin- once well
known St. Nicholas, not far from it.
did a few yeais since, the still older
Astor house is preparing to rehabilitate
itself in full. Several years ao the
greater part of the A-ior hoiie was
turned into ollict-s, it being supposed
that the time for a large hotel to pros
pect down-town was gone bv. Hut of
late the parts of (lit- building reserved
for hotel purposes- ha c hct-u over
crowded, and it is now determined to
go back to the old plan and Use the
w hole building as a hotel again. Tin;
tenants iu the various otliccs have been
uotilied accordingly, ami will have to
move out the coming spring. Then
the favorite old A-tor house will be it
self once more, and a n landmark, if
nothing more, may it flourish long.
Ihtroit t'rvc I'n.ts.
The scarlet sound of the trumpet,
the chocolate voice of (In; contralto,
the Whislh-r symphonies of color, ami
jM'i fiunes iu the major and minor modes
are nothing new, but small Tommy hit
iijkui a transposition from the domain
of one sense into that of aiioilu-r when
they gave him tin euiuUioti of cod-liv er
oil the other day. "It doesn't taste
very bad, does it?" asked the ring of
kinswomen who had gathered around,
j adjuring him to "take it like" like
n ui soils tii neioit; iieiu;s. ".o,
vaid be, trying to renew the sensation
caused by its passage over his tongue,
"nno! it tastes like a bron.e kid
clipper with a squeak iu it." HoMvu
A mire w L. Yhite, in his Forum
article gives this incident of Von
Itanke, the historian, whose lectures
be listened to: "He had a habit," he
says, "of becoming so absorbed in his
subject as to rlip down in his chair,
holding his finger up toward the ceil
ing, and then, with Ids eyes fastened
on tin- top tif ii, go mumbling through
a kind of rhapsody, which mo-t of my
tienuau fcllovv-siudenls eonh ssed they
could not imdei-laud. It was a comic
ight half a doeu students crowding
around his desk listening to the pro-
fekxin- do lirie-ls mi "lit litiii ( . iln.
' ibv I tu In r (i ipod, the other studeuis
being scattered through the room in
Various stages of discouragement."
Thu iisti of hor-e power" a a
measure of an engine's wnrkt .iine nat
urally from the fact thai thu tii-t en
gines were built to do the work pre
viously done by horses. John Sun a
ton, the builder of atmospheric engines
before lloltou and Watt had introduced
their more important machine, had al
ready set the w orking power of a Imi so
a equal to lifting a weight of l'.oih)
iiouiuls one fool hih in a minute,
toltoii and W ait agreed to place their
engiues "for the value of one-third
part of the roaU which arc saved bv its
use." They also increased the hoist,
power to :i;l,(Mio pounds per minute, o
that their engines were half-agaiu us
powerful according to their rate as
those of their conipc'itots. Iu this
way they established the "horse, pow
tr an ttii.OOO foot pound per unuuUJ,
or fio'J (out pounds jier ttecond.
fur Buys, from two nud a half to five
He Could Write.
This is the way he told it at police
headquarters the oilier ibtc.
hell. I luis in mine plane, you
know, nud a fi ller conies in uud sav.s:
Mister blank, 1 make a lri abotidt you
" has .-t oV
'Yes, I make a bet dot ou ran w rite
"Of course T can write my name!
Does w-unepodv lake me for a fool!
"-Yhell, ton put him down on this
piece of paper uud 1 make life dollar.'
"Vliell; 1 write mv name on his pa-
: per uud lie got - oil met I tlo.m see
'loin any more. Yesierday 1 gel some
not iee from a bank dot a note lor feeliy
j dollar v has due. 1 rouie duw n town
i uud liieU a note mit my name, ou drr
back. It vli-i- ill r paper on which 1
wrote m name.''
"Yhell. dot vlias all. except ilot I
v has a fool, uud if v ou catch him
1 gif one hounded dollar to keep hiV
name omit of d r papers." J, truit
The last on caith can truly he, said of
Urtgjj's Ollvccriuu Salve, which Is sure,
saf-! and s.icedy cure toi cuts, bruiseti,
iscaldw, bnrnc. wound?, und all other
Hores. Will positively cure pllea, tetter
and til) akin eruption. Try tlua wonder
healer. Ualislaction guaranteed or
niuucy rvtunded. 4u!y eeuUf. Sold
by Smi Out 1 'alt on.
tirauvillc, Mas-,, i ihe center and
heart of the drum making bu-iuess of
the United States. It urn oUt daily
alxml l,jou drums.
Mrs. Joseph Farredof WinuijH-g is
famed as the liist white woman mar
ried iu the Canadian Northwest. 'J lie
cen-luoliy took place at Fort Whoop-fp
iii 1K77. it was the occaiou of a big
blowout on the part of the Illoml and
ltlaekfeet Indian-, who turned out in
great niiiulieis in holiday garb, firing
guns, yelling, eating, dancing, and hav
ing a g I lime generally iu geuuiiiu
WHT IB IT
That rheumatism and neuralgia are to
pruvaknl? Tlii mit-btion hits not been
tuiulactorily answered, hut it is certain
that theae di&eaMW are nut only thu nut
puiut'ul hut anionu; the most comiuuit, antl
Home uii'iuber of nearly every family in th
land is thtt victim of one of these dn-ad
tormentors. Ladies seem to be peculiarly
liahle to neuralgic attm-ks, whhh, in the
form of neuralgic heudoche, pain iu the
back, or nervou pain are of constant oc
currence. Not until the dun-overy ot Athlo
phoro had any remedy bciu lnuud tor
either rheuiiuitistn, neuralgia or ntrvoua
headache, and they were Keneially con
ceded to be incuruhle. hut Athlwhorna
, ban beea proved lo be nut only a orhun
', cure for theM) diise, iu all thi ir vuried
ferins, hut a fe reuietly. Jt, in ihe um
of Atldophortis, tho bowel are kept my
oiwa, its ttuecea is certain, and to aid thia,
Athhiphiiroa l'ills aro recuunueiuled,
which, whito providing the, nectsstiry
cathartic, will he fuiuid to he a vahiuhle
aid to the action of the iticdiciue. Athlo
plioro is no experiment, it has U-cn tetted
and ha provtsl iu wonderlul ellioat-y.
The Athlnphoros 1'ill were oiiniiiiilly
prepurtsl a u reiuetf v lor use in cnmet ttcn
Willi Aihlopliomn, )r rhi-iiinaii-siu and
neuralgia and kindred compluiuUi. I'wd
in connection with that remedy, they are
a certain euro for either of theoe very etna
nion and dittressinkf tlisrase. They have
also been foiimtto bean invaluable remedy
for any unJulldi.ie:iseH nrisine, troiu vitiated
blood or p-nerul debility. They are c
pevially valuahlcfor nervous dehi lily, blood
ixiisonun;, dyspepsia, dial res afier enting,
headacho, consiipation, lus of appetite,
and all btomacu or liver tronhUs. For
ilisttiaen of women they are iuvulnahle.
1 utjsv iniiB lire pwie'-ujr ii;irniietH una Uiaj
be safiiv used by udult or children. 1
Testimonial of thoMi who bare been
cured will lie sent freo on application.
Fvery dnuruikt should keen Alhlophnroa
and Athlophurtsi 1'ilU, hut where they rtm
liot Is) biuht of the drufa.'it, Ihe Atblo
pliorxwCo., J1J Wall St., New York, will
fton 1 either (carriage paid) on reouiiit o
retfulur price, which la ll.OU per bctlli
fur Athlui-hvfvi and 00c fvf Villi.
yean of age.
Scrofula of Lungs
,uii nev I'.i yi-ars ot.l.aiiti have sufTereil fori
ll.i; I,. -t llio-eii je.irs Willi a lia-K trouble. Sh-v- 1
i-i itl iiinti I M;rs nt tlie lamlly ou my '
iiiMtbi'i s Mite of tlie house hait Uletl Willi cuu-I
-uti-S'tiuii, uiul tUo ilialuit it Hi I Uk'rt;eil la
tin ir oiiiiloii that 1 liatl the i-oiiKUitipUoii kiso,
I luul .til Um tlisirv-HkiiiK s) iiiloius ol Dial tvr- I
i iul' tli teas, l Liiivc s nl UmusUiuts ol ilollitrsl
In ai it-sl Hit iiiur-h o IIiLh (ItM-use; thaw rue!
I'inj.il allot tin- UMiiil mu-iIiimI.i. not oni in my I
ou n ra.se, hut in tin- tn-ttimelil ol otltt-r liu-mht-is I
ot in) i.imily, but lt'iiiK(iary relief wus ail ttiat 1
oiMiiMiuu. i iiimt tor un aiaiiuai niour ior
SLVi-nU Jears. Hy ehanco 1 eaine into
j,tM-"(n i a mui)!ilel nil "lilootl ui xl hkiu
Ids. iiM-s," Iruin lite ollioe ol HwlU's iei lltc Co.,
All.iuUt, tin. A frieml revtiniiiieiitlfU ttiei use ol
Sm ill s M-ciltc. i:i.ilinlU that he tiinist-lf hiitt
Ucji vivjli) heiif lilli-tl uyiUtuseiu some lunjc I
tnniltli s. 1 n-solved lu try It. AUmt lour years
I t i.iuiiicin t-tl lo take S. X. H. ai-corilinn to tnrec- ,
lions. 1 loiuid u iui UivigoratihK t'-nic, ami have
used a hot 1 1 uilv iMiltles. 'tlie results are iuimI
n-iiiarkiitile. My euiacli lias left me, my slreatli i
I.oj n lurueit, und 1 welnh sixty oumls more
Until 1 nver did Uiiayluu. It Inw Imh-ii tlireu
c;tnt since 1 slojiiied the Use ol tlie medicine,
(ml Ihi velUMi no return uf the disc ae( and
there aie no nalns or weakness fell iu my fluids.
1 do the hardest kllul ui imjcliaau-jii Work, mid
leel its Well as 1 ever tell slui-e 1 w.is n hoy. '1 h.-e
I know hix- wonderlul Utelutut to uutXe. but 1
uiu lione-tt when 1 say Unit 1 owe my eit stance
uiitt Ileal Hi lo-tlay lo rt wilt's SM.-ilic, It is Uiu
only uiislK-uie lliitt brought me any iiermuueiit
rt-le-f. 1 do not k.iv that hwllt'a ik-ci1Ic will du
ihm la every ease, but most ostively aitlnn thai
II h.ti dune itus inutli for me, Mint 1 would lw re
criitnl lo ti.uUuly lowelo HUtteruiK liumunl
ty U 1 lulled Ui iH-ar this elieertul leslllaoiiy to
mo menu of this wonderlul medicine. 1 am
Well kiiuwn in the elly of MuiitKuinery, ill id etui
reler to luuie ot Uie btwl clluvli IU Ihe city,
1. J. liuLT.
Montgomery. Ala., Juue as, ijh&.
K -Ill's SjieeiUc i entirely veKetable, and seems
to cure cancer by lorciujf out Uie impurilie
irom tUo blood.
Iruuiiae ou Blood and ttklu Disease Dialled
TUB 8W1KT 8PKUFIC CO.,
lirawer J, AiiunUi, ua.
Si. Y.. 157 W. 23d Hi, a7-
CHEAPMI EATXNO Ott KARTH1
AUK VO'JH GROCER FOR TMEMI
rflT A CUT-C'THtOlllCIN.lJlNO ONlvCCNUIhl
f. nnOiV O lAKt NO OTHER BRAND.
XBAbK HIH CO.. II. LOUIS. HO.
HOW IS YOUR COLD?
The BAD COLD of to 4;iv niny
a- tg p'niii ui'M-iniiiuio st'K B TH ROAT
3 5MONCH,,TI. LUNU KfcVtH.or
I- ' Y J Willi II, II lleif.
li. iid, t.ftea ifnolmttct iu C-QN
m VS 1 ImtA tluixl III) lOuriu.. -
m4 liAI.M, uccMluiJv. lor uvur ifl
HftV I nillTl . our IIIIT. ,. ,y
er--,L,, r.J.'X'J' Pf- HARTtR'8
. ' "i.niiiod, .ucii m a.ii
Vi..". 1 '"'''''" ,'Vo.Ium. Xur
'l.n.il. il.-. Ily ulrly liilalliarliiUI UmiUKIl
II. u lr..i...i trelhhiu p4rtMi, utl nHur. .k-vii
Wl'HklltDI afc Kkkt Umii.
boutl gulukljr himJ k.
m' vmii. Dmitj iui
luuilr ttmlliwl 1FT1P0 In all alRI.tf.ul A ...t .
Mawiln Madioal Oa.,Uulalu, n!y., U.H.A.
In tin; production of our Top fonts we have certainly reached tho p'nnaclo of et
ind elegance. We show nil the new colors, cut in tho most approved shapes. Know
th nt the I.ialit Overcoat is worn or carried a great many months in tho year, we have t
to it that tho canvass used to shape these garments is of a kind that when the coat
knocked about it will not show tho usual mussing. 15ut, above all, our Overcoats even
very lowest priced ones lit. Our Overcoat stock is the tinest in the land; and, mark y
the coat that (its better than ours is yet to be m ulo. Our medium and low priced coats
have the same tailor-made look about 'hem. We sell them low.
WE MAKE OUR OWN CLOTHING.
WE HAVE BUI' ONE PRICE.
WE MARK IN PLAIN FIGURES.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW G001
PLEASE CALL ATST.D SEE US.
Samples of cloth and rules for
sent on application.
WHKUKAH Wdliaia (iunlan Jr., Iiy Ills
certiiili tlei (I or trust, ihited the tli
ihiy of 1 1 v . is.v, nud reeordeil In tlif r
eonlrr's n.lii'e oi Kay county, M Issoiirl, iu deed
bonk ; nt i-.n-e v, eoineyeil to John V.
Moritiu, "1 nilee, ;il the rihl, tllle. Interest and
i-slale In itnd to Iti" lolliiwing iv;tl eslitte situate
la ihccoiiiily o lUy, uud statu ol Mlsnourl,
AU of lot 17 mid H iii (dock 4; la the town of
lleitht-tla. iiic while hoi He mtileuboiil It Inuiils
Inirll , one V lute 1 1 mi f iii i tie iihout 14 huiiils hnili.
I Wlli U now n us tn it I I Miltdiiy IsKiht of M. C.
.liu nl. Also uuc two hoi so Wiigon, one Sel of
hi- li ftaid conveyance was minle In trust to
secure the n,i i ne i it ol ;i lerlahi pi ondssurv' note
ill said deed ih'seribed ; nud W In reiw, said note
1 1. if beionie due and Is mii.iid, now tlierelort-,
Iu Hi-eornKi w o Ii " '! erov oi said ih ed of
tnisl, and al Ihe r tue-.t ol iim leal holder of
said note, He- uinb r-innl trustee, will proceed
toiai roi'ry at the south front door
of Hi.- toiiil Itouo tu the eitv of
Hi. -hin. 'till, lu the eo.uit of Hav, htiite id Misftote
rt. to the highest bltlder, for cahli.at public auc
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1887.
llelweeu the hour of nine o'clock In the lure
li'Hiu and live iiVIihI in the alteriiinii) of thaH
uay. lo s:iiisi hjiiu n.iie, toi Mu-r wilu Um cost
and ckueii.ti! of eAt-euhnu iln-t trust.
U- .Hill N lv MORTON. Trustee.
I -! I Ild lUli .'1 .r
I I! -IT l.l.'lll. T)ll UtllH
M'HI'VIm IHII'lll(itlll tU
t 0.e..iti !liul.
l int: inot Mnnp,
-crCKtics-a, AO QIJAF
I M i.l.i I'l nilMi.II. f'i.nirHH.a sn.l
U '.'. t l'ffSkili. I'nix-
viu I ill i v now if u, i:innjuri9
Afimiiinvr, A oaijil card
mtiiiiiniii iiriii yiu in
im .Uiui bowtokct thla
m tmy suta or
Our i ! ' tt'ui i d fact' nr pro. I mi u mrttr qttirttfy
of H1KK.-B r Oil ' triple i lute any oilisr fui-lory In ih
W-.rld. 1 hi:i - O.'U tvt,. Wi-nr them wld 111 voultm
r. a- ii If -i i.-k ihi-.n. J,IM IHKAVh' k'i
Midi: -r U ; sU iiHiitma.-!.t-d la onruhiluy.
i ult tines of the uIkitc shoet for tale by
J. C. UHOWN ME If.
MADAM SI DEAN'S
L . H I t-" Q Knrceiio and lntelhjent
a O ladle winded. tiilhtrodiN'o
ou.- uopul'ir I ..fW;u in vwry county, ho t ii eil
r,nnrei Ai-itua in n-hUnjr IU0
lalollthly. loOdHleielilH.vic. I leet flem
LAIVe-d e..'Tioi'si. .,.!. hi It II l, Hl.rl lUOt Ml.
tthli giuMl. hiilt i. :U"n ir.ian.m.i d. I'xclulv
Ifrntory kIthi. IC.nnT 1 HKK. lllus
t'ald (aUl-il9 and J-artieulari free. Wrlta
f .r ternn at onto. Ak for our ttJOO C'.li
I n-in I uiu IKf. Our riw b.x.k eutith d
l.ltl-.HH IIFI-OKM FOIt LAIlliEH, with
tv 'riip.iv ot arth lllii-tnitefil, iwul -u rro-u,t
"f fit'i'ii- atl. n. IT H'll I. I'.Y FXHhltl
KN Kli AtiKNTrt to U ICITK for TtltiJ.
tor? aeUy if iUi tu aeciue taxrt-
iiw:b ssbi2L3 & 3:3 rr:AD?, viw tok.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
The Great Specialists,
Minhin of I'ultfinlly tVillnfi HnaiilUl. Lob.
d-n. K'.Lti.. M 1) , N,. Yik an. lii n. 1T-
uaiij, .-"Mi.iiimiiiii inuiii" tm.i oiiiontlikt
F Kirin,1t(1i, Ix.l Uuh,.Hl all
1 rtwuluuif trum blf AbuM u4 kludrad
B-on dury nud 1,
ll U U.l.tHl.
ciOMtiijiLal tUBlnlnulU.uuf i
U.K. I wturclnullnuorurliif. IMI
Pto-lu-l Kallh.,Ul-n - ut rei, l of ..iialce!
Tv""L' lun"' uu.
1(27 Olivtt tr0t t.
A I dr... Otm, AO. OAVIKMOM.
iHi a. Lft..i m "
l.udK.x Mi.ruii ibota
AitAloUlCiL WUotUii. ftUnUuj. Utla tn
i tUtmii ui imi
m v t -vi
k!U5lm f Srfv Means & Co
ara f frtsj ta ii" m
B 3 ii H nl 1,0 h Mllil,flh)tk.a.aHi
SB tC'i ffH la! ll rt "i"
9 H 3 li R iir4i'krtU...t.ttMi..iM."
m n E i.'..d. tt.,oi nti:iC(ti.
Li 5 W r1- 1.1 1 u:it) CII toieiut Of
a m tan ua I teni, u
A L1VS ( -
Ladies' Gold Watches, Fob
Chains, Lockets, Crosses, Bar
rE.'Jr 'ilK.'. I J -
s W?OI ta M
Buttons, Gents Gold and Silver Watches, Eye Glasses, ai
Gold and Silverware of all kinds
Wo do all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry work.
Coino and seo us and we will save you money.
Post Oflico Building, "I
Oarpots. Floor Oil Cloths
Window Shades, Etc., Etc.
As an item of news, we would inform the public, that i
our elegant r.io.ns, 1103 and 1107 Main street, may be fun
the Newest Designs iu Furniture for Parlor, Chamber, ILill
Kitchen, Library or OHice. as well as a stock of Camels
consisting of Kiddeminster,
Ingrain, lleinn, Linoleum,
oitaaes ana such articles of necessity or luxury as mav be de
sireu in a well-regulated household that ever graced Kansa
Tho Best Goods
1105 and 1107
rtWHt viib ir iwi
n't wa.Ui roar dkmmv mi ft nm or
lias again 'returned, bringi
with.it iany beautiful desit;
Don't fail to see our Snril
Stock, consistin of
Ladies' Ear Drop
Chains, Queen Chains, Xej
Pins.Cuff Pins, Cuff and Colli
Mccarty & c(
Axminster. Mo.iuctte. Brussels I
Canton Matting: also Wiudowl
and Lovest Price: