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TUB KANSAS CITT JOURNAL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1805.
SAYE YOUR CHILD,
St. Vitus' Dnncc Getting Fear
cii.mi: 1'ito.M wi:.ic m:uvi:s and at
tacks M'.IUOIIH OIllt.Dttl'.N.
Hn 'it Nrslrrt Innr t'lill.lr' Wr.tk mid
There appears (o 1 nlinoot nn rpMetnle
of St. Vitus' dance nmohft ehllelren. Th
i'ivik Gomm directly from wrnK nerves
iiiul an IrrltHt"! condition of the nerve
Its Approach Is iho tv the ntrves be
cumin weak, the child pale, n.-rvous, rent
ier, Irritable, dus not sleep w.-ll at night,
I) it tosses rcstlfssly, tnlhs In sleep, srlU
Its teeth, nml has Irregular appetite.
'i hiV' will lie a twitchliw of the eyelids,
he natid, the arm, the )(?, or portion of
tne body, which spasmodic movements will
c-.Thmlly Increase until the child Is tnoro
or less helpless.
It la a ery serious disease and should
i er b allowed to run, as the most se
l 'i consequences ensue In the utter
v, rn'; of the nervous aystcm. It mutt
li- i u red at once.
The cure of little Luke, rn of U l
H'd, of Heirfwlsch, 111., Is wonderful
. r.i should he known to the parents of
cvny nervous child or sufferer from St.
It us' dance.
"It affords mo ureal pleasure," aajs
Mi. Heed, "to state that my son has been
i irnd of St. Vitus' dance by the use of
Jr. Greene' Xervura blood and nc"e
leinedy. It Is the best medicine In tho
torlil. My little son had scarlet fever,
und was kick for About two years alter
he got ovor the fever.
LITTLE LUKE P. KEEP.
"He was erj n.riu, nii'i trot so bad
that he could nut hold his llsht arm and
lep still. I empked a pli b-K Ian. but he
sot worse all the time.
'A friend adlcd tnc to try Ur Greene's
Ntvuni blood ami nerve re mi dy. 1 KOt
inn bottle of the NVrvuia, nnd liefore he
h'tl taken half of It he btuan to Improve,
and when he Imd one bottle taken, the St.
1tu9' dnnee wiib KOtie. It It wonderful
the way thin medicine work'-d."
Watch your children, and If you detect
iinv of the above symptoms, nuy weak
Jiea of the neire, pah- nnd sallow condi
tion of the skin, loss of appetite, nnd ob
serve the child BrowliiB thin, eharp-fent-ured
nnd puny, e;lve It Immediately tho
only Mire euro for this dlstresslns nerv
O'l illsenie, recocrnlxed by physicluns, Hr.
tireeno's Xervura blood and nerve remedy.
It will cure the St, Vitus' dance, itlve the
ihtld strong nerves, good dlsestlnn, pure
blood, and make it grow sturdy and
It Is not a patent medicine, but the pro
s riptlon of the most successful living
specialist In cuilng nervous and chronic
diseases, Dr. Ureene, of 35 West Four
tern th stieet. New York city. He has
the largest practice In the world, and his
r.ind medical discovery Is the result of
hi vnst experleiue. The B-eat reputu
ti in of Ur. t.reene Is a KU..rantee thut his
ineii Inc will cure, nnd the fact thut he
in be consulted by anyone at any time,
fro- of ehurse, personally or by letter,
Kls absolute assurance of the benellclal
a lion of this wonderful medicine.
1U o Itri.kcu.
John ' Avery was discharged from tho
American Plntliift works, at Sixth and
May Htruets, last Saturduy. Yesterday aft
irnoon he wvnt to tho works and found
.1 1:. llernler orklnw at the lathe where
he inert to b- employed. Without any ado
li walked into tho shop and assaulted
Hi ruler with some kind of a sharp Instru
m. ni. woundliiK him In the face, Avery
1.111 from the shop into the arms of a no
li man, who took him to tho Central sta
i n, where lie a booked for flirhtlnK,
Jiernler was taken to I)t. Unnvnlets's of
tice, where It was disiovend thut his nose
was broken. His wound was drssed and
hr returned to his latho In the platiut;
Hit kli'ir.- .trnieii .itve.
ThA hnst alvn In the wnrl,l 1m- ..
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
i-oris. tetter, chapped hand", chilblain,
i jrns and nil skin eruption., and positively
. ores piles, or no pay required, it is Kus.r
niiteea to give perfeit satisfaction or man-
y refunded. 1'ilce ii unta per box. For
mle by H. C. Arnold, .Iruuist, northwest
corner Tilth nnd .Main atreeia; j. (Jriiliths
IMlaco dru sior.. northw.st corner -Main
and Twelfth steotbj I nji rmann .4 ilalldr.
Lilamond drus store, DPI .Main street
T riM.1! Aienite T'nu-u I'ailn,
fity ICnglneer t'llky, in speakinsr of the
I'lViTTOsiit to be iu-td bitween the trackB
nt the Troost avenue cable line between
Twelfth and Nineteenth, said ihat he
would probably reoomnn nd that the stone
blocks now In use between the .-.lot and
the-rulls he turned, and a practically new
pavement maUu of thotn. lie also believes
that he will KUggcnt stone blo ks as tin
man rial to be put down betwueii the rails
between Twilfth and Kulirievtitti, About
the remainder of the dlstanee he Is unde
ruled. althoiiKh he freely admits that he
w mid nut approve of vltrdled brick on
account of liHVlny three different pavlnij
materlttls In the avenue.
Mep1ek3iies' 'iidlveitlnii and I'ain am lior.
rori that lMitKBift. GlMseit T Mir will abate.
l'APUltll's IIAIlt lULSAM.ildstuehalrKrowtU
f inrl ttf lllll AtM,,'""d.
At a meetlnir of the b&nrd of Health yes.
t r-luy the bill f JJ.'uSI.W, lor reinovlnaT
the Karbuae during the past month, was
approved. The llrst step, ueie taken to
ml down the sunHaty for. e. Six uarbaitH
rolloetoia were dischaiiied, inaklng tho
pr. i nt working forre fltteen wauona ami
ilrlv.rs. Five unitary inspector were also
ili-iwnse.1 with, making tin- inspectors now
Highest Monor3 World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
k puie Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
nn Amnuvnu. A'um or anv other adulterant.
Qeneral Bcfiofleld was a brave I problem thut
Dr. IMnln It. lleith tMII lteprr.ent the
Itrpiibtle nf llolllll In Kntiii City
hr r.dwln !t Heath, who ha omew In
the ltlallo bulldlns. ha l"en aplJlnted Ho.
llvlan consul for Kan city and .Mlwoun.
nr. Heath roclved t Ititir from Mariano
Uaptlste, president of the republic of Ho
UVla, last Thurwlay. notifying; him of his
appointment. Accompanying the letter
were olllclal credentials from the secretary
of state of the republic.
Although he will serve a consul for Ho
llvla, Dr. Heath Is an American. Wisconsin
Is his native state. He spent twelve ears
prior to 1MH in South America, however,
and the majority of the time was passed In
1 loll via. tnnkinK evlontlllc explorations of
the country In !79-'-'M he passed his
time In explorinir the Itler Henl. and ills
covered the Hlver Mndre de HUw, and a
larirr tnbiitary which ha since been named
Hlo llenth, in honor of him.
Sim leavliiR Kollvln Hr. Henth has kept
In touch with the country and it l on this
account that he was appointed the coun
try's representative. He says that he will
make himself a bureau of information for
American merchant", who wish to establish
trade relation with Itollvla. or Uollvlatis
who wish to denl with Kansas City mer
chants Dr. Heath also say that steps
are now helmr taken to rebuild the Ma
deira .V Mamorc railway In South Ameri
ca, and that steamlionts are to be placed
on the five lara rivers tint form the Ma
deira, which afterwards empties Into the
Amtison. This will make a forty days'
communication with the diamond llelds of
Motto t.roeso, Uracil; the suprnr country of
Hahta Critis; Bolivia.; the mineral reirlotis
of Cochnli.unba and La l'nz, Itollvla, and
Casco, lvru. A It now takes from three
to pix month to reach these tilaoe. the
Uoll.lau (jovirnment thotiKht that. In view
of the I ik reused tacHtle for travellns. It
irlulit he well to have the country renre-
rcni.d in various parts of the civilized
THE CONDUIT ORDINANCE.
'I lie S(rc H anil Alle.i Cimimltteo Ilcfcrt
to OtuiiHcIor 3l(lnucal
The streets, nlleys nnd grades commit
tee from the lower house met yesterday
afternoon to again consider the granting:
of the ordinance giving a franchise for a,
new telephone nnd conduit system. After
an hour'B talk It was decided to refer the
entlro matter to City Counselor McHougnl,
with n request that he draw nn entirely
new ordinance, which It Is the committee's
Intention to stibstltuto for the one now
umiir consideration. .... ,
The committee will Insist that there bo
a i lnui In the new measure that the com
t..i!iv shall be compelled to put In tel
ephones wherever they are demanded.
citv Counselor MeUougal tuld that no
would not attempt to make n teport until
he had vilted HI. I.ouls nnd had looked in
to the conduit system In use there.
"A-s I understand it, the rit. Louis city
government has been wrestling with this
.ondult problem tor the past live yeais.
said Judge McIougal, "and It has not yet
found a satisfactory solution for it. What
ever I learn down there will Inlluence my
action In either drawing this ordinance or
making a report.''
IIAKI) IIAV I'Hll M'M'IH'TSi
I'olUe Judge .limes euds Mime nt Them
Out of lluriii' tn).
T, ,.-.0 n l.lnetr letlpr tlnv ill nollCO COIirt
yesterday for suspects whom the pollco
wished to get out 01 tncir way .luiint "
nival week. Hobert Vernon was the Urst
suspect to come before the olllclal eye of
the Judge. He stood accused of having a
pair or brass knocks In his possession and
could not give the court a reasonable ex
cuse for carrying them, lie was sent to
the workhouse for 1M days. John I'b'1w
was lined $.10 because he walked down Main
stieet with a big levolver In his troupers
pocket. Then came J. H. Lancaster, who
also canted a revolver win n the polb e
pulled him In. He was HikU "'". but es
caped the workhouse when some of his
iriends saw the mayor, who pardoned him
out. H. Davidson told the judge lie was
cairvlng a revolver biiause he did not
know what might happen to him in a
big town. Judge Jones said he would keep
him out of harm's way for a little while
,ind sent him to the woikhoiise for I'M
days, (leorge Johnson, an untnrtunate
child or a cruel destiny, stood up bttoro
the court and said he would like an oppor
tunity to go to work. He said he w.ih im
hoiK-st man, but could not explain to the
court why he was carrying a pair or gold
opera glasses when the olllcer nrreated
him and ho was given 130 dajs to think
OMAHA WAN IS A KAKN't V.W..
Its Coiiiiuerilal Club Olllceis W1I Mudy
Kansas Cltj's Illspl.iy.
The officers and members of the Omaha
Commercial Club will arrive in the city
this morning In a special our over the
liurllngton. They will be in charge of the
general passenger agent of the liurllngton
ct Missouri Hlver line, Mr. John i'rancis,
and .Mr. .1. K. I'tt, seciotaiy of tho Umaha
transportation bureau. They will occupy
a suite of rooms nt the Con tea House.
They are in the city to see the parades
and study Its effect, with a view of adopt
ing some sort of u tall festivity for Omaha,
'I here's a Wonderful Utirereneo
In teeth. On some the enamel Is very thin.
The tendency ot SoZtiliuNT Is to
strengthen and whiten this delicate sheath
ing, and also to imparl luigrancc to the
"WILL 1M.AV no anuti:.
I., li. Steinberg, n Will Knoivu Kansas Ath
lete', Lotus a lag.
74. K. Stelnbe-rg, a well known athlete of
the Kansas university, had Ills left leg
nmpurated just below the knee lit the St.
Joseph hospital in this city lu-t Friday.
8'embeig played the lett end upon tho
Kansas football team In lost years lnter
eollfgiule football game at Exposition
park. He received ft bruise In ono of the
names here, thut developed into a cancer,
und amputation n necessary to s.ivo
Hose. William nnd '.ova: 17 JJoIlovlow
avenue; Sept. mber .'); u girl.
Lyons, Norman and Murthst; Helms ave
nue; September 27; u boy.
Hagard, John H, und Alice; 1310 Vino
street; September : a girl.
Drew, Murlin and Aimlo; 1521 Cherry
ktreet; September ia; u. girl.
Pendcrgust, M. J. and Catherine; 681
Tra y avenue; S pumber 29; a boy.
Si ho het, l'hllllp and .Mary-; 111 Kast
Sixth street; September SI, i. nuy.
Duly. Henjumtn unel Jennie SI.; 13K l'Jora
avenue; amiterober '.; a boy,
ltonenblomn, Jake and l.'va; 1915 Oak
street, Seiiti mber IS; a boy.
Hand. '1. t. and S. M., 2ii38 Teirraee street;
September 2b; u boy.
Arniuiir, Heniy and Ada; 2113 Grove
Street; September 23: n boy.
Livers, John -and Liji-le; HIS Huclld ave
nue; Scpti mber 27: a boy.
Dohttit, Thomas J. an 1 t'ora S ; 1710 How
ard uvenue; September 2: a gtil.
Ullllea, William H. and Tlllie; 2732 Morcler
plaee, September 2S; a gill.
Grafenstein, William A.; 65 years; West
port, Mo.; September 27; heart failure; bur.
lul at Union cemetery.
tiednask, Jo.-: s years: Kat bottoms; Sep
tember 2; diphtheria; burial ut I'ulou eem
i ti ry :
Tiinmerman, Trunk, Sr : 7S years; W-st-port,
Mo ; Sei.tembeT 27; burial at Sts.
j'elc-r und Paul's cemetei-y.
Smith, Harry; 2 years; 133 West I.evee;
September 27; luaitltton; burial at Ciiiuu
Williams, baby; 1 mouth; Clay county,
Mo.; September 2: lilterndttent Ievei;bui
iai at eil.uht, Kus.
MiSianiiun, Pthel; i years; "121 firovn
not, September 3D; lanng-ltls; burial ut
Olatii , lUi.
Itwler, M4ry; 10 year; ID I3ast Twenty
fouilh hiieet; bupumUer 2; diphtheria;
burial at Su. Peter and Paul's cemetery.
Suedoii, Scdomoii; S ycari.; 1 no Out Slx
tfceiWh street; September SV; tyiuld fevor;
burial at 1'niou eviueteiy.
ICm-j, Uub Koy; 1 ycjr; lltj Olive street:
Se-ptcmbei 29, cm-thru 1 congestion; burial
at Porest Hill ceinetuy.
Caipe-nti-r, Cora; 11 years; 17 We.t Thlr
ueiitli street; September 23; eousumption;
burial at t'uloji etnietery.
McDoimld, Catherine Illlzabetli! 6T yeard;
Wvatuort, Mo.: St utvinlwr a; cancer: bur
ial at Slount St. Mary'a eemetery.
Itiilline liuiriU' imhri hi.
Tho llilllene Uuards, the crack i ompai.y
of the Third i.tlm. nt, will eelebratt its
eleventh annivusary nt the- Armory,
Twilfth strt ant Trooi-t avenue nat
Friday evening, 'li. enii rtilmn nt, vvh: h
will begin at 'J o lo I., will i uiMbt of -;oi al
and it strumeMal in i I wnni, and other
I itere tioa I 41 u, It.f s im nta w ll or
brvcu uur'iig i evvi'i'Uf. d it i tn
Intention of lie 'guar to j.rcvMe
"UNDER THE WEATHER,"
Why I'enple i,. lbl Way nnd That tt Id
Needless Irnrly hotn.
"Why 1 It that so many people feel 'under
the weather, have tired feelings, and com
plain of chilly tenvitlunn at this time of
Thli Is n qifstlon that Is very easily an
swered. People naturally feel weak nnd
run down after the heat of summer be
caust It thins the blotfl nnd lowers the vl
tRlltv. The chlllv vvnnther of fall nnd eiirlv
winter llnds them unprepared to withstand
the chance of temperature, ntxl hence they
sutTer. This fact is plainly proved by tho
following opinions of miium people who
speak from practical experience;
"No. M UoldtMig.ue uve., Ban Francisco,
"I have been using Duffy's I'uro Mnll
Whiskey for snln tunc, nnd It does nil
that is cl-imed for It. Have used tunny
remedlo ror my complaint, but none of
them listing. The only article that seems
to be successful is Hurry' I'urt Malt Whls
key. Itespeetrully, J, M, MAltTIN."
Mr. John W, Crosby, Sol Kensington nve.,
Philadelphia. sn3: "'I heive used Duffy's
1'ure Malt Wlilskey for loss of upiietlte tend
tlrel feellns nnd mu-t sny 1 have received
great benefit from it."
Nolhlllir hll t. er nfllltitml filial whUkfiv
for building up the stem, putting the
I blood m healthful motion and Invigorating
I the body Thousand of people testify to
i Its splendid tonic elTects in caes of ex
treme wenknes". On this account no Infer
i lor imitations should be accepted from gro
1 cers or drngglts who attempt to substitute
rome-inuiK inierior. xntre is noining mat
can take its place.
)ti ill llslitti. stiles.
Hush llro sold the eight loom residence,
No. .Ills Holmes street, with 3"ij feet
of giound, to Wlllnnl Moirls for Mrs.
M. A. l.i,i Lee, of Lawrence, Kns., for $l,5cJ
cash yi K rday. H. A. Itolid sold forty feet
on l'eery avenue between Agnes nnd Chest
nut avenues, living portions of lots so nnd
:tl In Stewart's third addition, to J, C.
Hnrmou for 1. II. Madden, for HA'). John
Stevens sold the live loom frame cottage,
No. tfi7 Highland avenue, to H. P. IMnks
toti for D. C. Hnllcrnn. of Itiilnoendeiice.
for Jl.sra cash. II. K. King Bold the six
room house, No. SH.1 Huclld nvoiiuc, with
Ihlrty-tlve fePt of ground, to T. It, Blmins
for It. C. Heed, for tl.V'i.
I. etlcr Currier Itncner Iteslgiis.
Mr. 13. J. Wagner, who has been a letter
carrier In the local otllce since lSbO, yes
terday r signed his place nnd was succeed
ed by JcjIiii W. n.tvls, of the substitute
Ilt. Mr. Waa-ner is quite 111 and will not
be able to re-enter the service. Ills labors
have brought on a severe attack of lo
comotor ataxia that wholly unfits him for
work In the seivlce.
Tho Greatest Living Expo
Vital Magnetic Treatment,
Can be Consulted at His
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HE TREATS SUCCESSFULLY
All lonns of Disease without
Dru"S, Medicine, or Surgical ap
pliances ot any kind, and oiten
effects Permanent Cures after
everything else has failed.
RpT-' Absolute confidence in
the old reliable.
New England Alutual
Life Insurance Co.
is the reason for its remarkably
increasing business. Favora
ble results invariably follow the
investigation of its promises
and methods. Its policies
are simple contracts. Promises
to give something in exchange
for your money. Not vague,
indefinite somethings, but cer
tain fixed sums, which are in
dorsed on each policy and
guaranteed. And fitty-two
years' dealings with men has
proven tnat their
can be relied upon,
ami. V. Mill, (lent Arjt.,
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His Sonus nnd His Saylnits. By J013L,
CHAXDLHK HAHHIH. New and ruvibed
edition, with in Illustrations by A. 11.
Tiost. 12 mo. Cloth, J2.0Q.
It Is unnecessary to say nnythlng In
praise of Mr. A. II. Frost's unfultertui; in
dlvldutillty, Ids luutant legalization of types,
his nuulnt and unexpected turns of humor,
und the constant quality of absolutely tiue
unci Individual plctoilnl expiesslon of
thlnRH Ameitciin. uf tho ciiiIiuMumii and
pel feet comprehension and sympathy
tshown In IiIh 112 dinvvlncs tho public ran,
ludKo, and thuie can bo no doubt that the
vordlct will stnmp theio plctuies as tho
nrtlst'B ciownliiK work in Illuatmilon This
Is t,. flnal. the deilnillvo edition of .Mr.
For tale hj oil boolAt'Htrt; or mil be tint by
million receipt of pnubj the jmtilittert,
D. APPLETON & CO.,
73 I'lt'Tit Avr., New Yohk.
U.T. rV.UlX (JOlMtl7IIM OIMIATAI,
U!ti:A.I!Oit Al.Wilt'.iJi IIKAUTU-U'it,
"mturi iftii, i itiijiiv. l-rrrkls
Afi nt no cnlliiti
teiift lJiilUr nan e
Ul I. A hUTTf nM
ton (h pAtlrlilt, "A
you aiu h i ilk
tlii-in, 1 rcomnit ltd
1 i thit 1 !!. I liAllllflll
of l tt'ttPlttii uiri
rutiniiH.' tVrKilii hv
It rru(r,'thta and K'Uior
-wood! li. ul r In the U a,
TO DALD HEADS
We will luiiilunui plica
tleii,frri.iifurumliuiiliow tn nn. liair ui,u u lal.t
hi.el, .top falliii( Imlt
un I ri'UiuuKali JiBea&e..
llUnhrlm Mfd, Iliiiinurf,
U7 Ku,t Ihlr.l Mteet,
AT TIM. lluTl.'L.
AT Till. UAIUiKR SHOP,
AT 'i'JIK HOMi:.
Till: hll.ll It T(lVi:i, Oil. Kie our linen
tli' in, pure', lieMltliy viurk,
Silver Towel & K, C. Towel Co.,
A. f. 11 1.III.ItbON, J'rup.
Dr. Gee's Sanitarium
llth and Broadway.
All in-Ulral n t -urlcl aiKawl lUKCrifull treated.
EiirtioTd pur-c lloiuv eoufurU. Itooul. aatf
bgaril f jr H'u uii. Satufactloa ifuirinttfj.
For further Intcraiatloa call oa or addres3
0e 0, !i Carson,
s r .Tt
r "P - ifSN "innun lUMU. un ffc.litt!ld
i;" c . ifvsrvilt,wt',fc"cUT,rJrl'lr0,l1,'t.itu
S'3bf fjf jv,1 bitimW.i hi
sjy&Ffzf Ji-i '
ir vtt r vv,
1 tie simplicity
Of Elegance . .
In fashionable apparel is nowhere snore elearly ex
emplified than in our itoek this season of
Full Dress Suits.
They eomprise all that is beautiful, and ultra ex
elusive Eastern tailors never produted more perfect
styles. As with all our
)'ou can have the full satisfaction of seeing how
they fit and suit you before purchasing.
Our Clnthlnir is n different class of Roods than
is usually shown in ready made garments.
Call and Examine Them.
tyepell LUIUIIL. ' (Si
kU CLOAK GO.
VU"E CLAIM MOST EMPHATICALLY THAT OUR ESTAB
' lislntiunt excels any other in Kansas City in every respect, par
ticularly in the matter of Low Prices. May we ask of you five minutes
of your time so we can prove to you conclusively that what we claim is
a positive fact?
For To-day's Sale we beg to call attention to the
following remarkable value:
Ladies' Double Capes, in Beavers, Kerseys ; thirty
inches long, 140 inch sweep, satin trimmed, with
eight rows of
never ljei'ore oiYeral at. less than
S10. At the Parisian for to-day
S5.93 made up in the
inches loin?, box front, large
melon sleeve, sold everywhere
at 7.7r. To-day at
Ono !., ennotnl I.. T -wKne'
which cannot possibly be sold later in the season at
this price, ioo French Coney Fur Capes, 30 inches
long, 100 inch sweep, deep storm collar, satin lined, a
real $10 cape; at the Parisian to-day, S0.48.
Pacini piom nn
r ioi West oth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
dSfSt Tho OH Hrllalilo Dortor. )lilet In Age, Loncet I.oeated. A rCegulsa
rfon W ,r:icluule in .Mvdlclne, Over H7 Tfcura Speciiil l'rnctleo.
rMW-SM Authorized By tho Stato to treat CHRONIC. NCKVOUS ani SPECIAL DISEASES. Curea
V h.'a"fvrSr rtmiumee'i or money refunded. All medielnes furnlbhed ready tor use. No doton
CCc3l tlon from liuslnev. Patients nt a dtitanto treated by mall and express. Medicines
KOTteTurywhere.IreoJrouipaeaorlireaUaKe. Cliarcea loir. Over M.OX) tusc cured. Ace and
ixperieni-anrolmportant. Sst-to your caau and send lor terms. ConiUltatlon Is Irco and coaU
lienlial, cither personally or ty letter. ,. . t.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (freX?;.)
trier losses, nlmnles anil blotches on tho
lused Ideas utul rorirelfulncss, uasalulnea. UTersIon lo hoclety, loss or nexuai power, loss oi
manliood, &C , cured for life 1 can stop nil nlEht losses, restore lost pexualpower, icstorc nerra
und train power, cnlarjjo and sHcuglhcn ivcalc parts uud juaUo you Ut lor marriage
1 : thut terrllilo illease. In Rll Its
I'l3 furniH und sinRC-J cured lor
life. IlloodPolsonlnir, fjltln Diseases, Ulcers.
BwcIUdrs, Sores, r.oiiorrherimiidrieet.andnU
lorinso 1'rltatu Diseases positively cured or
Rnril.- 'or lioth pexes SI paces, 27 pictures,
1JUU1V true, to liio. nlth lull description of
Bboo diseases, tho effects ami cure, hent seal
ed in plain w rappt rfor So. in atamps. Head this
Utile bouli and nua.vcr list of (mentions.
Free Museum of Anatomy &5Si.0o"ftn5iSSSl ;ZYZm.
ilfe-lIUo models nnd wax fiirures deeply Impress tha mind; a school of in-l Sunday 10 to 12.
strucliou a bermon without words. ..... , ,, ... . .....
M ll I .w snaoiicaoilud In tl.d bank, uhlch I alt ferfilt or 6oi' iheatt that I tancot cam
EEGS8ES, Automatic, Slide Valve or Corliss.
BOILERS, Horizontal or Upright
PU8V1PS, Steam, Air or Irrigating.
Wu cmi lutori'dt yim In kooiUhiu! prtcei Write u
l 'l-rt U N I ( ) N A V K N U 15.
II. W. flOUUir.Vltll. X'. A. KAXOJf. J. c. uuitxux.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND OLASS.
I20B nntJ 1208 Union Avo, (Noar Union Dopot). Kansas City, Mo,
.,o. 1 1). V ItlKari!. I're.ldent.
Foretell Drafts Issued on
Far Utter than
tit, Kansas City, 11a
liaU Aili (iutu t'luTrr- Walnut
J. tt. TSGHUDY
tVAUIIN bTOCK-rOfLAH Hit I
1108 and 1110
latest fashion, 20
Cf,.KI, T7.,e fie,..
1108 and 11(0
Jaeo, m&hes of lilood to heud, pains In Licit, con-
iCteifnen permanently cureu witnoui
OLI ItlulL. caustic, cuttlnc, bougies or
pounds. io pain, no exposure, i-uueui tu
use the treatment at home.
SUKB CUKK. The. greatest dlscmery la tha
annals ut medicine. Oco dose kIvcs relict; 3
fow doses remove fever nnd pain In Jolnt3;-
euro In a lew days. Bend statement of cus.o,
with stauit) lor circular.
WHITE and YELLOW PINE,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS and BLINDS,
PI NATIONAL BANK
Ell New York Life Builcline.
R. ft. Covinqton, Cnliler. D. A. McKibbbs.
All Tarte of tlio Old World.
"RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
AND ALWAYS RELIABLE.
TMjr or Pennyroyl Plll ani Ml ilmllar mtiU
bo.o Western Agents.
Qunrtr Smeil ItVU mul Wlilip einU.
in nn: i.ims or
Vurde and Unico
inirifcK8irr - Ma;toAit - B4
Ouaranlttd. faeut promutljr (neaUdt on rtC'Ipt of 11 00 Ayola 111
urc and auappoinnnml. Frepara by Old Dr. IJeLap, o Pari.
France, specialist In leinaU roaplalntu 3D yearn practice, hoaptul
JSS;J tv,r il. bV JBUStON IIROS.. UruucUu. HOT Ualo
Thmnomttcr yeittnlauttar., A?,' .Mln., CO.
To-day uc lookor the xecatlicr to lc itlr.
Great Karnival Sale
When tens of thousands of dollars' worth of goods-new and
fresh bought especially for this sale, will be sol at prices
never before known. k
Our out-of-town friends should make the Big store their
headquarters while in the city. !
1.00 Merino Phlrta nml nrnwf-r3.....f.!c
Ittllps' 3r.c "O. K. S." Ulnck Ho.ip....S.'g
Inellra' 6So "O. R. B." Ulnok Hot-....R0c
Iid I ps' C9c "O. It. P." Cashmoro HoscJOe
tl.00 C. II. a la Splrlte Corgota 79c
S."c Crenm Damnsk Tnblo Linen Mc
2 eloz. blcnchotl Gormani Xnpklna. .31,50
13.00 Satin Rod Sprcail.o S2.IS
10c Mill Lengths Tennis Flannel 4VjC
li Fleeced Cash meres C4c
jC.OO White RlnnUots ?I.0S
?4.00 'WJilto Blankets ....t.l.GO
Satin Covered Down Comforts 193
Ladles' 25c Itlbbed Cotton Vests luc
readies' 35c Ribbed Cotton Vests 2,'c
Ladles' l0o Cotton Vesta and Pants.. 35c
Ladles' $1 Merino Vesta and Pants. ,.D0c
Ladles' $1.25 Ribbed Merino Vests.. 31.00
Ladles' 9Sc Cotton Combination Suits. 75c
30-Inch flno Astrnehan Capes $12.0S
40c English Tooth Crushes 25c
75c Solid Hack Hair Brushes 35c
75c 2-quart Coffee Pots 39c
?3,9S No. 2 "Western Washers t2.9S
S5c 4-nuart. Tea. Kettles 45c
50o 4-quart Preserving Kettles 29c
S5o S-quart Dish Pans 4Sc
2Dc Wash Basins 17c
S5c Japanned Tea Trays 25c
31.50 17-quart Breatl Raisers COc
Ladles' $3 and $4 Button Shoes S1.3S
Ladles' $3.00 Hand Welt Shoes S1.4S
Ladles' $3.00 Kid Cloth Top Shoes.. J1.9S
$1.25 Plain Satin Duchesso for 71c
31.40 Plain Satin Duchesso for S7c
31.50 Plain Satin Duchesso for $1.00
31.75 Plain Satin Duchesso for $1.20
$2.00 Plain Satin Duchesso for $1.24
$2.25 Plain Satin Duchesse for $1.17
$2.50 Plain Satin Duchesse for Sl.CS
$2.75 Plain Satin Duchesse for $1.75
$1.25 Peau do Soio for 91c
31.C5 Peau do Sole for $1.07
$1.75 Peau de Sole for $1.11
52.00 Peau de Soio for $1.31
GSc Rhadeinu for 19c
75c Rhadema for 57c
90c Rhadema for C"c
$1.00 Rhadema for 7Sc
31.4S Maseotto for $1.19
$1.50 Satin Saneshal for 9Sc
$2.00 Satin Saneshal for $1.60
79o Gros Grains for 5Sc
51. oS Gros Grains for 91c
$1.60 Gros Grains for $1.07
$1.75 Gros Grains for $1.25
Grand At a
ASK FOR A
EXACT SIZE - PERFECTO!
Tho MRROANTILE IS THE FAVORITE TEN&T CIGAR.
Tor sals bv nil flrf t-dans JVatern. Mamifarturpd liy tli r. II. IIICtTtRANTILi: (!l(:,r
CO. factory No. 301 bt. I.oiili. Mo. Ciias. W Lamii Weitero At. MU Ave.. Kai c'ttr
What is the Great Want In the
Alacleof tyaieiii or order la rrliap the tnnst serious defect In Ameiliaiarter Ihls -,.-tlie
,M llltary beliool. wliU In exactut-ss unit iirrrUlon. It-i rigid aillinta vratem anilcllsri'
jilliip. most kiii'cu'.adillr suppllun in tho .llillliiry hrliuol noiblPi: sit alisiiliuBgysiiiin i
loli-rattJ. ami beuco ton, iiultt, after sucli tralului; for a year nr tuo.lu beeouiea a ;v.,,,V,i
nature. He In ivr tlm wiill of the Military AvaJeiuy tliorouijlily sysio la all ib u h iinis
whether lu thlnklnB "rattlni,', and tliU lmprB.3 b e-arrles lino all tKra or life, onleru
liatur' Hrst Uw, una so It Im thai of the Military School. If you nerebted in 11,, ,,,.'
4ecvof Military traluluB for boys. rite to M """
nu- a, r, ii,i:i;t, mipU ,ii. ,m. a..co, .iimsouiti.
"GOOD WIVES GROW FAIR IN T LIGHT
OFTHE1R WORKS." ESPEClLY
SMOKT3 ONE-YOU'LL WANT
Uthat..Uuuau.Clt,Mu.Tel--'770 llflfAilfl UUAllOi I
UANSAb Cl'i'V. almourl.
Corner Nineteenth Rml Wyonunsr Sts., KCity
Lf town nTitt:-ni:t!f iiuiliii
Try the Journal,
Mi JUin!Him!w"v",,jiio i
Kansas CttV, Jfo., OcU, 1S93.
Ladles' 3.00 Columbia. Glow tl.tH
Ladles' $2.50 Dongola Shrl $1 H9
Ladles' $1.50 India Kid Sfrs 'Kn
Mlises' 33.00 Spring lleellioes $1 ."1
Misses' $2.00 Dongola Slid $1,29
Men's ?C.OO Patent IeatltcShoo.''....33,9S
Boys' 33.50 Doublo-brensti Suits.. ..$2.50
Boys' SG.00 Cheviot Suits 34.50
Misses' 32.50 Capo. 3l,r,o
atlsses' 33.50 Capes 32.50
Misses' 39.00 Winter .Tacts 34.50
Misses' $9.75 Winter .Tatts 3I.SS
Misses' 3S.25 Winter .Tacls $1.13
$1.00 Hot Water Bags C9a
50c Velvet-topped Sailor Its 33o
C5c Satln-toppeel Sailor its 50c
31.2." Velvet-topped SalltHats 9Sc
31.00 English Felt Salld 75c
31.2." English Felt SalK RSa
19c Storm Serges lot-
35o All Wool Storm Son. 25c
COo All Wool Plain Sadgs 29c
SSc All Wool Bourctto Rings 39q
75o All Wool Storm Sep Ka
31.00 Diagonals 1. soc
35c and 50c Millinery R!m, all silk. 10a
15c All Silk Ribbon r
50c nnd 05c Persian Rl n nOc
0c and 65c Cut Gloss i and Pep. ..25c
$2.50 nnd $3.00 Vases $1 ir,
S2.00 Cut Glass Vlnegnnttles $!,::,;
$1.25 Cut Glass Rose "ts SQc
$9.00 Porcelain China (ks $5.00
$2.00 Gros Grains fo...
$2.23 Gros Grains for....
$2.75 Gros Grains foil...
5Sc Surahs for j....
7Sc Surahs for I....
$1.23 Armures for
$1.50 Armures for.
1UI .. .1.
S5c Plain Taffeta
$1.00 Plain Tatfotn
$1.25 Plain Taffetas)
$1.23 Brocaded Satinf
$1.50 Brocaded Satins
$1.75 Brocaded Satlnr
$2.23 Brocaded Satlin-
$1.50 Brocaded G rosins for..
$2.00 Brocaded Groslns for..
$1.25 Novelty Stripeitins for.
$1.50 Novelty Strliieelns for...
$2.00 Novelty Stripeclina for.,,
$1.50 Striped Tuffotfr
$1.75 Pek,ln Striped is for
31.S5 PeUln Striped M for
$2.00 Peklu Striped Is for
tMIHV & CO. ff
I'as. a. jl-aqlk,
U IS, MU.oun.
f if J
I la wash Uowu tint JBtj-seta. AlSf ,Hk?Te?