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rr HIE KANSAS CITY JOFKNAL. AVEDXESPAY. OOTOIWU n, Wi CLARK RELEASED ON BOND, thk ooMicrr.n ki.i-.ctio.v .unm: av. ri.Ai.s ro tiii: mi'ui-.mi: tontr. lie" t'urnWhc nn Inte-rralliii: !.lt of Sureties-I he (Inndtlilry t urtlirr Invest!' Ratine the. I'lrrtlon I niitile-. Oilier ( mlrt en. Arthur O. Cterk. e-onvlc-lcM SMur.lay r i Ut of int'lrncy In the Second want 'K l ti liit full, vaa admitted to ball yes t r l.ij. !)j Judite Wofforel. Ill attorneys UK 1 i motion for n new trial, which wns ov rr i 1 by th court, ns wets n Imllnr in tv in nrrest of Judgment, T .in, a, ..onllng lo the verdict of the Jurj Julso Woftord ordered the defendant nne, and sentenced him to nine months In the iounty jilt, nnd to (My a line of J 00 Clark's attornejs nt ont-e Med an nt' ll-axlt of nppeul lo the supremo court, tvh h the court allowed, and Kvve the do f'tilmt sixty days In which lo Ilia u hill of ot. ep-ions. It It thought that Clark's trial Is the only otio that lll Hike place; this term of comt, although one rase aijnlnst John II. Martin, another Indicted election Judge, la set for thu IJtli JiiUkc Woffonl announced at tho ioi,Mulon of the Clark trial that ho would not hiar any more election cases dtirlm; this ttnn, nnd ItMs thought lio will stick tii it, The caes of O. . and H. I.. Krue Kcr itnl T. T. Turk, which wore sent to KcNliiHlon, uro nut for October 23, I'l nnd l.), Clark was released from custody at .1 n clock i, m. He furnished tin nppeiil bond lor ll.n, slerned by tho followliiK county "illccr", . 1'robuto JiiUkq J. II. (lulnotte, MierliT John 1'. O'Neill, Coroner T. I). ltd font, county Collector J. W MtCurdy and Deputy SherlfT W H. Coluati. 'Inert' Is n slRiililc.-ince In this nrray of sureties torn convicted election crook that may not appear lo citizens of Knn.is City nnd Jackson county who have not famil iarized themselves with tin- work of the ItupK that has been manlpuI.illiiK elections In both tho cltv and county during the past six or elBht J ears. Hut to those who hau kept eloxe wnlch upon the unnn boses, there In not hi lie tmrpilslni; In the fact that theso live county olllclnls should uualify upon t no bond of a man who was convicted of ballot lio' slutllnif whllo servlnt; as a Judire of election. During each of the past thtee city and county campalRns tho Journal, upon many occasions. Informtd the people that frauds had been and would iikuIu be perpetrated by tho men who were at tho head of tho city ninl county Democracy. OwIiik to the prumlnenco of some of tho bo.ss"s In social, liilins and professional life, the people of Kansas City and of the county would not believe that frauds weio beliut committed at the polls until the bosses nnd their tools beenmo so bold In their nefnilous w-oik that they abandoned all pretense of caution anil ellsirulso and did openly what they had been ilolnir under tho cover of darkness and behind locked and barred doors. It was dm lug the fall campaign of 1S92 that tho Kane first kiivo the public Indis putable evidence of the truth of the Jout nal's statements. On ( lection day of that jour hundreds of disfranchised citizens as sembled In the stiect in liont of tho oillce of the recorder of voters, tome of them threatening to take that olllcl.il and his deputies out and hang them. Whllo the men who composed this nnitry crowd were loudlv protesting nirnlnst being disfran chised, nundreds of repeaters wore going ) -om precinct to precinct and putting fraudulent ballots Into the boes with the knowledge nnd connlvnnco of tho judges nnd cleiks. It is believed by many well informed persons that not more than two of the various Democratic county olllceis were honestly elected at that election. At the previous city election, as much fi.iud was perpetrated, onlv tho bosses nnd IKers wero not M bold. They robbed one Republican candidate of over 1,",00 vutes and counted in his Democi.itlc opponent by n small matorlty. At tho last county election the men who constitute the gang encountered an unex pected wave of popular Indignation. It 'is the intention ot a great majority of tho ptoplu of the city and county, legaid less of party ties or ntUllntldns, to dtlve thn bosses and their henchmen and pio teges ftom power. In older to ovoironio this tidal wave of opposition upon tho part of the honest voters, tho bosses were tom pelled to lesort lo more dating rascality than nt any previous election Notwith standing tho large fraudulent registration nnd fraudulent vote in some of the wauls, the returns showed that the nepubllenns had elected the following (he olllcois' l'roecutIng nttorney, nmtslm, j reorder of ilteds presiding Judge of tlm county comt and JudgVi of the county court tor the Western district ly the fotgerles com mitted in tho ofllco of the recorder of votets. William M Sloan w,us pi evented Horn taking the oillce of marshal and Will iam T. Jamison was kept out of the oillce of pioseeutlng attorney for two months Naturall, the men viho havo been the benelli'lnrles of the frauds are friendly to the men who committed them Those who know the Inside of tho political situation In .Kansas Cltv since the dav that the old combine was organized would regard It as vers- Mrauge if the men who are holding county ol!l"cs to-day, by reason of the crooked work that was done nt the polK ould permit a convicted election crook to lenuiln In Jail for want of u good nnd MUllelent bond. The grand jury continued josK-rday the examination of witnesses In the celebrated election co-.es, which were transferred by Judge Wofford to Platte City nnd Ivexlng ton. and was assisted In Its work by Pros ecuting Attorney Jamison nnd his assist ant, George A Neil. The ptinelpal witnesses up for examina tion weie Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Daw ton. the former having been a Judge In the SKth ineclnct at the election last fall, and Is hlm-elf under Indictment for alleged elec tion frauds The pre enco of the Daw tons before tho grand juty set the wlseactes to talking .it tho criminal coutt building, many thinking that Dr Daw ton has turned state's evi dence. In that event, It Is alleged, the svtato will be able to tocurc much valuable midline against the leadeis In the al leged consplr.uj, and the grand lury will be enabled to return new iudictmi-iHH ng.ilnt them Should thLs occur, the cues transfer! id to Lexington and Matte City will be dlsmls-'Ml and another attempt made to bring the alleged (.lection IWers to trial In Jackson county. The law piescrlbes- that a man in ty bo Indloted as many times as tho grand Juiy eos lit for the same offense, ptovldlng he l.s only tiled on one Indictment. In case new Indictments are found nga-inst the alleged election thieve. Judge Wolfoid Villi have to reveise his own ruling made In the motions of tho attorneys of the Clark brothers. Daw ton, Martin and othtis lor a changa of venue, or decide, as he did then, that there can be u fair trial befoie Jiliu, and Older sucji trial 'to proceed. Then the election cases will be tried once innl for till and the matter settled bejond the per.td'.entuid of a doubt. In tho Investigation of witnesses by tho grand jury, just at this time, much now evidence Is coming out, and, as preellcted In the Journal ves-terday morning, some of tho big game election Judges have slgnllle-d their willingness to turn their knowledge over to thu statu und bo promised Immuni ty from ptosectitlon. The stutu's attorneys, however, uro pot making any rash prom ises, but are going about their vvotk ipilet ly und decldodlj nnd In a way that Insures Kie.it i exults Mr. Jamison may decide to nocejit one or two ofter of Indicted e'U'etlon judges to turn state's evidence, in order to make his caacs against the others more secure This, ot course, Is In the nature of a e-onjecsuie on tho pirt of many, but it lb believed it will come to pjss, Tht work of Investigation will continue to-day and It Is said the grand juiy will bo piep.trod lo mako another report by Saturday. What Indictments this report will tomaln may concern a great many j'euple. It will bo looked for with anxious tjea, ut Itast, 'I old Ilia Mniy lo tho (iriiiul .lurv, Tlalllod In his effort to secure the erection of a new workhouse with money appropri ated from the expense fund of tho elty treasury, und having seen an ordalnancu patsod by the upior house Monday night to tiasfcr all available aasets tiom the expense fund to the water works fund, a. city alderman who Is advocating this erection, appeared beforo the grand Jury und gave that body sumo verbal Insight Into the state of alfalis at tho present workhouse, lie told of tho ineageruesb of the cell room, how tho city's prisoners are huddled togi ther In small cells, bonio of them not lludlng room to lie down, ami the manner In whhh the women prbsoneis lire kept. Tho gi iul Jury listened but gave liiiu no eneouijsemeiit. f 'I be Cue of ejmng (Juiin anil (lee (Hue, Qunng Quan and (ieo Glue who vvera arrested Saturday night, charged with per mitting poker and fun-tan to be played In their laundry on Wtst Fifth street, und Incidental) op.-rutiug a complete lay out of opium smoking utensils, weie ar raigned beforo Justlct Iluwtliorne yester duy. They pleaded not guilty and their bearing was set for next Tuesday, The former cave bond for his appearance, but the latter was unable to do this und wus taken to Jail. Two l'o I Icy UcfrudunU U'nntrd. The cuses of W. J. Van Horn and Ed--ward Mctjulre, charged with conducting policy shops, will come up for heurlng be fore Justice Wi throw to-day, and unless die defendants appear In court- something they have filled to do up to the present lime tho court will declare their bond forfeited and rail upon their bondsmin, IM Klndley, to relinquish It. It Is snld that Van Horn nhd Metlulre have been Indicted by the Brand Jury for the snmc offense that the nre held liable for In Justice Withrow's court, hut ns their continued nlwenre. from the city has precluded nil possibility of the county mnrnhnl ornny of his deputies serving enplas warrants on them this statement can Hot bo V milled. is iiir. t itmiN.vi, cutMtt, A I) i J Item irlinble for thn t'lens of Utility Hint ere I'litrrpil, tn llir criminal court jesleplay Ihere was nnolher day of (he acknowledgment of crime. Charles .Mitchell and Thomas Rob inson withdrew plena of not KUllty to two charges of burglary In the second digreo nnd grand larceny, nnd with the nssent of the state pleaded guilty to petit lirccii. They were sentenced to two years In the penitentiary on eneh charge. They robbed lite houses of W. D I'lsher and W. C. Young, stealing clothing and a iuantlty of Jewelry. The libel suit against John Hlonn, charged with being the author of a libelous state ment In a sensational paper, wns dismissed nt the cost of the prosecuting witness, Mr, Hicks. Charles I'ranzeen, a drucKlt, con victed In the lowir courts of v diluting the Hutulny closing law, tiled a motion for a new trial and gave J1ii bond, with C. II. Ackermnn and It. It. White as sureties. William Jones, Indicted for breaking Into thu power hotixe of the Kansas City Dle vnted Hallway Company und stealing u. quantity ot brass tastings, was permitted liv the stnte to plead guilty to grand lar cenv and receive a sentence of two years lu the penltentlar. He was charged with burglary and grand larceny. (leorgo Hudspeth withdrew his plea of not guilty to robbery In the llrt degree and pleaded guilty to petit larcenv lie received a sentence of one vear In tho countv Jail, Hudspeth wus charged with having robbed John 11. Iafoon, of Dlbi rty, several cars ago. He has Just llnlshed a sentence In the penitentiary for grand lar- Jos'eph Deonard was found not utility by a jnrv In the cilmlnal court of the charge' of burglary and grand larceny. D"onard was Indicted on a charge of breaking Into the house of Dr. J. D. Moes, IKOt Siuth west boulevard, and stealing a watch. the raiiiiiiii Hoe l'n tally in Trouble. A warrant was Issued In Justice Case's court icsteidny for the arrest of the Doe family, charging it with trespassing upon tho property of II. II. Jackon. The mem bers of the fnmous Doe family In this par ticular action are not neccioiirllv brothers, slsteis and father and mothet, nor ale they supposed to be related Mr. Jackson sim ply did not know the names of the people lie wanted arrested and the warrant was mule out for eight persons named Doe. Owing to the lack ot space, the Christian names will not bo given to-day. lo-iluy's Criminal Court Cull. IOT.;o. eleorgo 1. Oould; grand Inrcenv. ltVKR). William Keiley anil William ltlley; robbety In the llrst degree. lfCi2.". Frank Jones and Charles Lewis; burglary In the second degree and gland larceii. 10373. William fisher; burglary In tho second degree nnd lnrceny. IMJ6 John Anderson and Harvey N'oll; burglary In thu second degree and grand larceny. Alleged Itiinl: Su duller lit tu dill. Ddwaid Foster and Harvey Harnes, the alleged Union National bank swindlers, waived examination befoie Justice i;,ie 3 esterday on charges of grand larceny, and wore bound over to the January ttrm of the criminal court. In default ot 3i) bail I'.ich they were commltlid to Jill. . u Milts 1 lied. 23ltil. The Marshall .1 Wendell Piano Companv vs. Oren II. Cuflln, attachment. 231t". John Mulholland vs. W. D. Hrad Iey; appeal. ( ourt ule.. fifteen o.t-cs ot champagne and one case of lace em Kilns weie ivtidvul at tho cus tom house vesteiday. (it otge Carter was j esterday sentenced' to nlnet d.ijs In the countv Jail by Justice Spitz for stealing a violin tiom Ceorgu IJelcher. Heniy Tilpplett was nirulgned befoie Justke Wltliieiw- esterda, cluiiged with assaulting Patrick ITemlng. Ho w 111 havu a healing to-day, Tho ease against (Tuny lloblnson vvas dismissed ill .lustlie Spitz' court .vesterdav. The ileleniiant was i lunged with obtaining umpluyment under false pietenses. Davis .Miller, who Is ch.uged with re taining Jewiliv belonging to Mls.s Mary Moori, was niraUued before Justice Joj ee visienla). He will have a dialing to-day. The tuso against 1'. J. O'Meara, chaiged In Justleo Spit?.' comt with burning the leet of Ueotge Silas was I'onlluueil estei elav inoiiilug, owing to the absence of tho delendant lsom Davis was niralgned befoie Justice Wltliiovv i'Steiday. eliaigtil vv Itli shoot ing at Will Johnson. He pleaikd not guilty and gave- $3" bond for his uppeai alice to-da. Deputy SherilT 1'ied W. Klaber lost a poiketbook erntnlnlng $T in WO bills and two strict e.u passes isterda. He sa lie- will divide the money with thu tlinlei, If given tho oppoituulty. The city of Independence has brought suit in the eiicult court to cnlleit Jl,i lu tax bills limit piopurt ownen along AlLon uvenite, which was pave'il In 1SD1. The work has ni'Vtr been ild lot. The .M.uslmll .v.- Kendeil Planfnite Com- ! pan) 'his iittaehtd ilvu pianos belonging to , iJuii II (luilln, who was lornitrly In tho piano business at S'JO Walnut .street, to senile debus nggicguting 51,137. The at- 'tne hed proper! had bun stored with Call Hotftmin nt No. KilJ Walnut street. J. W. young wus s( ntetii't'd to ten da in the counts jail l Jiutlce Spit. tstei el.iy, on a thai go ot attempting to entli o Unea Patiuson aw.ij noin her home. At tile conclusion ol Young's sentence, ho will bo nitaigni'd before Justlcu Case on a eiiuige of loiglng an older for i on M. Fluke. The case of William (lentiy, charged with Htiallng a watch tiom lhnm.t IMwunl.s, vsas called III Justice Spit.' e'Oiiit jester day, but tho eb'teiulant and his attorney ami lioiiilsuiiin, "Pluugei" Cliumbei lain, r.illid to appvar In eouit. Justice Spiu or dend tlie Issuance of un alias w.in.iut to In lug tlie defendant into eouit at once A warrant bus been issued in Justlie Wlthrow's eouit for tho .urtst of V. A. Moore, who Is chaiged Willi obtaining .' worth of hii and tain fiom William Kneavcs by inlsri-presentatlon It seems that Mooie obtained the goods from Kneaves under pietense that the Kansas tit Hydraulic l'res Ilrdk Compiny wis Indebted -to htm, und he gao lu ijmint an order v hii h, w hen presented, w as dented, ns the company did not owe Mooiu, Kueaves sueee'eilPd in having Mooie con victed last S iturday befoie Justice Willi row on a slmtlai thaige'. Ho was lined ft und costs. l.SVIII.l) '1(1 t'UIDACI). J.ocnl Ihigliie'eri Atki el to Inspect the (irent llr.iliiugK 'niiiil. The Knglneers' Club has been Invltesl by tho We'stern Society of llnglneers of Chi cago to Join It In un excursion to tho Chi cago drainage canal on October 12. F. H. Tut tie, of Tuttle it Pike, the secretary of tlm club, said .v esterday afternoon that ho did not 'think that the invitation uoul.l lie formally nccepttd, but that possibly Messrs. J. A. D. Waddell and Itobeit CilU hum might represent thu club Tho llrst meeting of tho llnglneers' Club will be held on October 21 at the the Coates House It, J. McCarthy, formerlj general superintendent of thu Metroiiollinn Cable Hallway Companj-, will reud a, paper on '"E'nioko Consuming." (HI.IIX'T TO S.VI.OIOS, The West hide Tatu unit Order League Op puaen 'lliclr I'M IllllUlllllUllt. Charles Y. Kreuterand Henry Matthews applied to tho county court j esterday for u license lu conduct n saluou at No. lh'i Teriaco atreot. President Jones of the Wtst Side Daw and Order I.euguo was in thu court at the time, for tho purpose of lighting tho application, us he has fought four former upplltutloun to conduct sa loons In the sumo place, The saloon vvuuM be located near the Intersection of several (esldence streets, upon which tlie homes of mai.y rallro.nl men uro loeatedv Th wives of these men object to saloons being so near their homes, und the light lias, been made by the members of tho Daw und Ord.-r League. The hearing of the upplleullou vws set for Wednesday, October HI. Ilueir of lup Meeting. The regular monthly metetliirf of the Door of Hoiie was held yesurday ufteinoon at tho Midland hotel. The oilleers and muny suppoiti-rs were present and tiaris ue'ted the business thut came up for ac tion. The repoit of the matron showeel that the Institution was sadly in nted of cloth ing for thu Inmates, shoes and fuel euid provisions. There are elghteeeu. Inmates ut the place and others have been refused eidmlssiou for lack of proper accommoda tions. The ladies decided to postpone the bazar that has been contemplated, and will no bold it at present. PARALYSIS t'nllores lllnodlestnrss anil Nrrintm 1'rn trillion, from tho lrej, New York city. for ineire tlmn fifteen jenrn, Mrs A, Mather, who lives nt No. 4.1 Hunt on" Hun dred and Twelfth street, New York, wue a sufferer from nnaemlei, which, In 5plt of the treatment of phjulchms, gradually ilevelivl into noTvotw prootratlon until Ilnalty mnrkeel symptoms of parnlj-i stt In. Mrs. Mitther gladly gave thn riortcr her etperlence. "I'or mniiy jenrs," Mrs Mather wild, "1 was a isonstnnl sufferer fiom nervounne. It was nlmut llfteen year nn that my con dition Ix'ieivii to grow vveir- Soon I be enmo so affected that I w ts protrate-l und, mill! nbeut two jnrs no, wns n part of the time uiieiblp to leave my bed. 1 emplojeel several phjslclims freini lime to time, my bills nt the drug store for pre-se-rlptlon.s eomtltni-i nmounllng to ns much as JSa n month, hut all lhe doctors did for m did not seem to help mo nt nil. Mv blood became grenllv linoveilKhed and arter yesirs of sulftrlng 1 was thiwitencd with paraljsls, "When 1 walked I could earcoly elrag my feet along nnd at times my knees would give away so thtit 1 would almost fall down. Feeling that doctors could not help me, I had little hos- ot recovery, until one' dav I resid In a newspape-r how it iirson. iillllcteil nliniMt the nme as I wns, had been cured bj Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, t purehnsed a hot and liegaii taking the pills. The eff'-e t of this Ilrt liov iden-eed me so much that I Imuisht iin ethcr Hi fore I had token nil the pills In the llrt bo I begun to experience relief, and nfter the third boe had been tiscl I wus practically cured. It was really sur prising wliat ei speedy and pronounced ef fort l the medle die had upon mi'. "I nlwojs keep Ur Wllllnms' Pink Pills In the house now, and whe-n I feel nnj" jniptoms of nervounes II nil that they give mo certain relief." When Mis .Mather talked with the re. porter, she was dressed for the street. In lending to go out for n wnlk. She looked the pletnie of health, far different than shu elld before taking the Pink Pills Mrs. M.uhei s daughter corroborated her niiethe r's tt'-iount, nnd told how .she herself had been cured of ebronlc indigestion bv thee pills; and. too how her cotmlu hail lieen cuied of anaemia in same way. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ore sold by all elealer, or will be sent post pa.d on re ceipt of price ("0 cents a box or K bnvs fort.' GO), bv nddreslng Dr. Williams' Med icine Co., Schenectady, N Y. C U ST0IY1S COLLECTIO N S. Snlue Inte'ri'itlng 1 'id Ills ill ('idle I Mir Welsh's Oeiurte rly Itepnrt ,)IMI ( lllliptl'leil, Vlitli- Ing tliei l.nrgi st Show lug mi It i etril. The quarterly report of the eollevtor of eiis-toms for this cltv wag I'ompleteel yes terdav In the oillce of Collee tor Welsh, unel will be forwarded to the depirtment at Washington at once. It makes by far the largest showing ever made from this city imelshowsithntlhe Importation of goods ley the merchants here Is riphllj growing. Cedleetor Welsh has worked haul for m.inj" months to get all Importeis of the city to have their goods cleiiitsl here, so that the records of this oillce might accurately iu ellc.it u the volume of bnslnes done, and lie has met with a vny general and generous l espouse. Tli.it in pun esplaln.s the rapid Increase, and it Is f Hither explained by tlie fact that the reduction of duties emld-d foielgn maiiufattuieiH to get their Roods Into tills lountrj' at ,v price that In mnnv cases shut Amerlean competition out of the case. Dining the months of Jul-. August nnd septeinner there were innueti in tuts city Imported gooils to the value of SJlS.lPi ,",i). (II that amount theie weie geiod.s landed flee of duty worth J;.".,1W The duty pall on the dutiable goods amounted eo the sum ot JIS-'.s.OI. This is far the largest sum ever collected in one qu irter. The tlrst quarter of the jear It wns it little over Jlimoflii, but the following quarter It was jM'.tiO). This qu, liter It goes far abovo either, for theie have been enoi minis Im portations of goods for the ' West. The lirgu shipments Inilude those of tin plate, lead oie and other large shipments that are used i'tinse'lj in this cltv In the list of Items e'ontulned in the le port e-ome inteti-stlng ones .ire foutiFl. There weie lecelved during the quarter SJil.iWO pomiils. ot salt, all of It coming ttee of dutj ; 137,00') pounils of ten, which ennui free, 3 fiHO.OUO pounds of tin plate, which paid n dutj of $l.',lN).i,s; I'.irthenware pild IS, I'll mi, tobacco, I0 17!S7: maple sugar, J-'.nT, L"0; lead and sllve-r mo. JIO.'ili; II, while j.ikio was pild on i-nipets Among tho amusing Items was a shipment of coik screw.s. that paid, S 7 dutv, and a ship ment of le.slu, for vlolln, that pild H."0. AN OLD TIME MARSHAL. A Callforlllllll, With Interesting Itee iillne- tliins of Ivitnsis tit, ('nines Huh lie lte'iiew Ae iinelnt elie is General Charles C. Alien, vho for many j ears was United States marshal of thl.s federal district, but who Is now business manager ot the Dos Angeles (C.il.) livening Hxpress, i, a guest at the Midland, while visiting hl.s many friends In the city. Ho in rived jesteid.iy morning and was bus-ye-tenia calling on his many old ac quaintances heie and lenewlng old time friendships. .Mr. Allen left Missouri about twelve years ago and located on the coast tor the bene Ik ot Ills health. No one who iiiiels him now would cvir suspect that he had neeeleil lestorailon, for he is the picture of well pri-stived mauhnoil. Mlice going West ho has i'. mud man honors foi himself, hav ing served two terms in tlm t state as ad jtituiit ge net il of the state troops ij, has been connected with several different new.s pipers In Califoinia, anil Is now biisini'sa manager for a nourishing evening piper. Mr. Allen Is in the eliy puielj for a ploasuie tilp and li.ivis for tile West again this morning He was dellghttd with what he saw lu the lily and thought the growth and expulsion dining tlie past do.en jimik soun tiling Vi rj wonileiful and eitdltable to the ell, lie was United suites in ir shnl vide n the llr-t teiiu of the fi-elei.il eouit was opened In this city. Talking of those dajs jesterdij, he ald: "It was In the old court house, duwn at S"fOnd and Main .streets, over the city J ill, where there was as vicious an odor as ever u".illeil a man's olfictorles. Theiu Is when- we held court for a while boforo we moviel uptown and secured small quarters on Delaware street, and then later at the e'lisloni house, wheiu It ha.s sinit be-eu located." Wear and Worn. When the tired factoiy operative, tho weary out-door laborer, tho overtasked bookkeeper or clerk seeks a medical ree-om-pt-uso for expenditure of bodily force, wiioro shall he llnd It? Could the lecorded ex. perleiiie of thousands of workers bo voiced, the veidlct would be that Hosteller's Stom ach llltteis renews failing stiength, stimu lates thu jndi'd mental powers to tiesh ue liv Ity and lelnxi's undue nervous tension as nollilug elsii does. Digestion, II legulur habit of body, nppi'titu and sleep are pio uioled by It, and it Is un admirable aux in ,iv In the reeoveiv of health bv rmiin. le scents. A fastidious stamuih Is not ot li'lidesl iy It, and to persons of both sexes In delicate heilth who octasioually feel the need of an eillilent tonic, thn whole range of tlie phaim iconoel i and thu catalogue of pioprletary medicines does not present a inoio useful, safer or moii- decisive ono. It Is also Incopiparabln for fever and ague, iheuinatisiu und kidney troubles, 1 lie M Ivor's I utot (barge, Mlsa IVail I'iwrenco, n good looking jouug wonrin, came to Kansas City two weeks ago tu vllt a family that lived at Sixteenth and Tracy. Her homo Is lu Moborl', JIo., with an mint. There vvas a family disagreement between tho people she was visiting and thy husUind und wife agreed to separate', They didi.il tho household goods and tho children and Fought new home's In the city. -Miss I.aw leme had no place to go, as shu was a stranger In thu city She did not have enough money to take her to her aunt's dome In Moberly mid jTsteiday siio applied to the police matron for transportation. Her case wus referred to tho major, After le Day's Hard Work Take llorsfnrd't Aeld I'boiph ite. It make.' adellilousdrluk, andrelleies fatigue and depreinluu A grateful tonic. Whore Is Mr, llrtidford? A. T. Bradford, whoso home Is twelve miles east of Independence, Mo has writ ten to Chief of Police Irwin for infoima Hon concerning Mis. Rradford, who, It Is said, left her home without bidding her husband goexl-bj'. Mrs. Bradford is do scribed us 27 years old, with duik brown hair and blue eyes. When last seen sho wore a blue dress and u whltu sailor hut. Tlie police hive not been able to locate her. When you suffer trout sick lieuilac'io, dlz tiutsa, constipation, etc., rcmeailwr Carter' I.Utlo Llvor P11U will rllev you. Oaa pill li -j, tto.a Scharnagel restaurant, open day ana night; all the dellcacic'4 Qt thu season, I AFTEM MANY DAYS, A Pnnuer Inters 1 rum the I'niir farm ,111 Old Man Willi llnd Itee u III lleiir liietor In lloj blind. lteeiuer 111 Yllincr ha I In en kind lo hint when he wns a IhVJ striiKUliiig for an ex ist' ti' e. Hairy N. Hike r, of Cowli ci un'J. KanoAS, temk the former from the )si"r farm jesterehiy luoriilug. nnd will tare for him In Hie futtitt The toty nn told by Mr. linker to the tsmints court j esterday morning etates rck sevotnl ers, In thi)' (lavs .Mr. Ylnger was a prosperous fiirni' r nenr Unet Mverjioiil, O Mr. lWiker w is a JoiihK man, knot kins about the eouli rv, and kHikiiiK, for someihiiiK to do In the iiitl-e of his tmvels he ,hane'id lo pii'S Mr Mnger's farm, nnel nkid for work ll-i wae given n Rood plnee, nnd retrhtlh'il true for Kvveinl dnjs. Then he went to K.m-as and soun bi'i-aiire! toNns..ir of n farm of his eiveti Years piiseed, and as the two m u diil not I'imiiHunlrxite with m h ollu r, Hik er did not know that e. onlnty troubUs had overtaken his foinier benelne tor -tint lie wue, lu fact. Without iv ihillur In tho world. Ylnger drlftnil West. Hut he was an old mil it und unable to lieglti the Initio of life anew. So It hiippehcel thnt one day hi' applied lo tlie' JAek"m countv coiirl for udmlssloii to the i-ountv poor farm lie wim a pauier, uml nut In good henltli. The county court ngroed to lake rare of him. He wns uierrlv listed ns "Den Yin ger. isiuper, C7 .venrs of ime " Not l-iiig ago linker heard that hl old ft lend was u iounty ih.irge, and he en mo til Kuhiis City lo ItiVi stli-nte-. He saw ingi r at tlie poor fiiim and nskel him If lie would go home with him V imt' r wus tin ton willing, as the poor rami wa hot tho most comfortable place In 'h" worM. linker applied to tlie count court for Ylnger's reioise. which was giant' 1 nt one'e. in speaking to the court Mr link- r sold that he was not u ileh man. but was willing to give his okl friend half of what he' had. The eoiiple left Inst night for Hiker's oYimfortiibli' home In Cowbv enmity, wh'i" Ylnger can spend his dee lining dajs in pence. AN IDEAL CITY. I lie lillsliurg .V Oitir Itallriilil t.njllig Out Port Arthur, l.n us u Winter llesorl elf hie limp irilblu ItellltJ. T'lnnn ore under way bj the Kanas City, Pittsburg .t Gulf ltullioud Company to bulhl a city that shall become, a great Seititliern winter resort nt tho terminus of its lino at Seiblne Pass, Te x. Tho South ern terminus of the rold Is situated In the extreme southeastern corner of Texas on Sabine lake, an arm of the Uulf of .Mex ico, wheie theie is one ot the Uncut nat ural h.ubors In tho world. It Is tin- plan of the company to build the proposed city which bus been chrls 'tencd Port Aithtir, Just across from Si lilne Pass on the Louisiana side. Dngineer Robert (illlhnin has been working on the plans for the Ideal city for a long time' nnd ltaH them about completed, but at pie-sent hns them with him In New York It Is the Intention to build a cltv which will be the rival of ony Sontl.irn n sort nnd the plans prepnri'd by Mr. (llllluini uie on a very extensive scale. A prosp,-, tin has been Issued which paints lu glowing colors the- futiue of Poit Arthur. The Kansas City. Pittsburg ,X (lulf Is now building nipldlv both north nnd s0uth from Shieveport, Iji , and it Is onlj- a question of n sliott time wlie-n the line will be completed from Kansas Clt' to the gulf In an almost dire it north and on th direction. If the present plans, ot the eomianj an- cnriled to piifotlnn the miiiiitug or run .vritrur win ue wen miner way by tho time tlie line is llnlshed. 1IAVA.NAS (II.l-ll.Mi .sCAUCi:. 'I ho War In Culm (ireatly .Vfteetlng tlie Mock of Caiicj ( Igurs. Clear Imported Havana cigars are a very M-urcv article In the ln.ill.it ut present, and the dealers are Vexing themselves con htdcrablj to hecuro Mippllrs for the- rush ordeis of thtlr good customers, Klmo the war begun down in Cuba the niinufnrtuic of the gocels has been 'erlously Intel fered xx Itli nnd as the trouble piogrisj.es the shipment of tlie goods becomes almost lin I eisuble. And to It Is thut the supplj ot clear llnv.imi -clgain In thu 1 mil Is being rupldlv iliminiElied with the- poorest pios-pi-e't of fiituru hiipplies lielng received In the larger cities of the land there is ,i heavy tunic lu the genuine Impound goods, but in most places the better trade c:tn be supplied' with .i cigar made nt home ef lmpot ted tobacco. 'Ilu'te Is, of course, lu tin- lurM- cltits a large ieerve stock of Hue ana goods that will meet present demands nnd enough Imported tobacco to make Havana's for a jear. hut some of thu llni r brands of Impoited goods arc already MVirce- In the market. tilts Mosor, of the ('outer. House Cigar Companj', one of the laigest dlsti Uniting houes In the cltv, said jesterduv that man of tin' sped il sizes of Impoited gocxls were- short In tin- m irket and the Ilisiern houses are iin-ibh to till ot de-is. The le Milt will be thut if th" war continues Ihe lilt-sent crop of toleiceo will be ruined nnd the- market lor the coining je-ar seriously Interfered with, while prices cannot fail to climb rapldlv skjw.ud. I'nnc smokers will be compelled lo usi house goods, adopt a pipe or quit the habit. TAIIlins' CAItMVAI." I(l-M(lllr, All In Iteidlness fur I he ,liii tille peclllcle lit thee ( oeles Opera House, The chlldien will reign supreme on the Mnge of tho Coatrs oiein house, enmmeuc. Ing to-night nnd continuing thtougliout the weelc, witii the exi eqitlou of 1'ilday night The picpnnitloiis tor "The Paliles" C.u nlval" aio all complete, tho sceneij- In place, nnd to-night tlie Juvoullo spietaclf will be glve-u xv 1th a completion lardy m en in an nit. ill' of this kind, it hns been de cided to make a special pi tee at the mat inee Hutuiduy iittinnou for children uiulei I J jenrs of age. The will bo ndmitte d to nil piutH of the house for ij e'cnts, mid the prubuhllltlis ale that the huiu-e will lie lllli'd with childicn lli.it iiftenoon. Tin, r.il- lowlng is a coiieitiil list of the choiiis of li'o tsptltes, compuseel o voung I idles, VI ho villi execute a beautiful dam e- in act time. Queen, .MI.sh Villi tin W'.ildrou, e hoi us. Mlssi's Castlne .MiKlumv, I.jlu We-.iver, lMnii Scott, Victor Stanton. I to. berta Helm. Cimllli live rlmrt, i ilsv iji.iif, Pniestlue Waileii. .Stella Itathlume. e:,ii. I'MC'XU Jllil'iie, n.l'liu I'e'MUS, 1 -ill I IL lictth.i Jenkins ami lluttiu Wolbuig. oi'i'OM.n in v mow cits. Cox, .Vlrs. siiiiiIitk lias I 111 le, rallb In llrrllnx li.euil's liiterestliig siuri tu Chief Irwin. Mis. MIiuiIo Sanders read In yesterday's Journal that her hush md had communi cated with Chief of 1'ollco Irwin ns to her whereabouts far the puipose of pi rsuu Hig her to leturn to lier homo In Uec.uur, Ind., and look after sumo valuable propeity, as ha was slowly dying ot nn Im itrable dis ease. Mis SiutU'is told tho chief that sho did not take any stock in her hn.-h ind's claim that he was dying of consumption. Sho said she believed he was only piuctlc Ing u rue to get her to lot urn to him. Mrs. Sanders sujs that early In )fo the do cldbd that she would never many a wid ower. After she had been niairfid tlneo weeks to S incurs she uiscovereii that ho had stood on the brink of tlie gi.ive while eino wife was laid way. and shu packed hor tiunk and came to Kansas City, win re ho resinned her maiden iiuinei ut Mlnnin (lelirlnger. She Is living heie with a sister and she has parupliriisid Tony Weller's fa mous Injunction mi that It runs "Uovaro of tho vldowc'13," 'lllleie s ill liosi ihile. The city marshal of Hosedule, Kas., has written io tho chief of , police; that petty thieves have invaded that ylllige. Two houses were broken Into .Monday night and shotguns, und bulls ut clothes weio stolen, xir.. tviimiuuN suimiiNO hviuit' for chil dren H ethlns.sof leii'. tho gums reduces lull em ulation, allujspatu caret wind colic. ic a botllt SI, I ouis und lletuiii 61, no. The llurllngtou jestenlay cut the passen. ger rate to St, I.otits to JlfiO. On Satui ilay tho other roads tunning to that city liiauguiated a round trip rate of J7.&0, good to return until October II. To meet this the llurllnk'ton made the fl.so rate from Kunsus City, which will be good to return until Uctuber 11. To Our I'rli'iid unit ruroiu. Wo have opened In conneellon with our vvurerooins a lino repair shop. Any repairs or tunlnK and rt'Unltjhlng idanos and or gans will have piompt and careful atten tion, l'leaso leavo orders at Carl Hoffman's XolJ and 1011 Walnut bttx-et. Many persons keep Carter's little liter I'llUou hand to prevent bilious attacks, tick beadactie, uuiluess, and tlud lueiu usl what thty need. I'or un Odd I'vllown 'lemple. The oilleers of the association to beciire an Otlel l-'ellows' Templo upidteel to tho circuit court for a pro forma decree of In corporation yesterday. Tho oilleers aro T M. Schultz. ureoldent: Cieoire 1.. lllnes. secretary, and 1 Ulchcreek. treasurer. The matter vvlU ho heard by Judco bcarrltt. I s a positive curs, Never falls lo eradicate Catarrh, Others may imitate, but tiia Zonitli of perfection remains On PINOZONE'S side, Now our advice is, try it II! Everybody uses PINOZONE, fiole. Proprietors i:iiA MI.ll.TUi CO.. rhilailolpliin, h EVAMS-GALLAGHER DRUG CO,, KANSAS Wholesale CITY, Divliiuij'im iMiSSOUJil. .?fnls for Mo . Khv mil fo'o. CLEARING AN OTTAWA MYSTERY, Alleged .Vtiirilinr Ainsleil lii 'I Ills (Hi, Mho, Willi I mi Others, Alio In ( lisleult,' lul Aiiseiira silniie (haigi. The last of a trio of alleged murderers was run to earth by the p.illi'e jeste-nhiy and locked in ti cell ,u th,. Second precinct police station. Un the night of Juno .M ot tlie pic'M'iit jour Hooker Mllanl, ron of u farmer near uttawa, K.ts , was killed an 1 Ids body wns I ild on the Missouri Pin Hie riillioiid Hacks nt the outskirts of cm iw.i. A train came along and badly mutilate d the remains. The following day a rorom r's Juty in vestlgntcd bis dentil and le turned a gr ille t that he hid hi en murdered bj partus unknown. Suspicion pointed stionglj to ward two men and a woman of Ottawa, and Micrirt J. A. Klwell devoted his limit nnd attention to continuing the susol im I. ist week a boy found a bundle of l.,oodv clothes that lind belonged to I.lllar I nit fur fiom tlie home of Mr I'ltheruie White In Ottawa. Sunday Mis hit w is nriisted mi a ch.uge of muul, i .mil locked In the Ottawa J ill Mori lav li-r son-in-law, Chnrhs Tailor, was also nii-itixl for complicltv In the kllllnt, of l.ill u I 1 vesterdaj Sheriff lllwell c ime to U'nnsn.s City and caused the nirest of Ch irb- It.ili erls, who Is a bioiher-ln-I.ew ol Tailor, stisneetod of being the tliliel of the ulnjera of l.lllaid Sherllf KIwell savs. that the killing of 1.11 lard grew out of nn illicit love lor the wile of Charles Tajlor. lie savs he has ivi ilelico to piove th it the inunli'i was rotn mitted by these thiee peitons Whin Hub erts was ai rested be had lu his possession a letter that h" had vviitteu lo Ills wife In Ottawa, which asked In r to tin I out whether a vi.u rant bid In en issu-d lor him on a charge of minder Huberts was taken to Ottawa last night. l't lll.ll; VMIIOis IKlAlttl. Various ninl sundrj' Acts rerrormed at V e-leliluv'e .Vliutlng, Tho board of public vvoiks held one of Its long sessions jesterdaj' moinliu In fact an adjoin nine nt was not taken until the picking house whistles uotltleil the num bers that the hour had in rived when it is customary to pat tin- midday meal. Tin re was eonsfdetnlilo business done, but a knee amount of time was eonsumoil In teulng off sevenl jnrds of red tape. Just loom a month ago u property ovvmr in th'1 southe.Mt pail of town nntili'd the I -ur I thai the w ite-r main on Woodl.in I ii.nn. between Twtntv-ninth an I Thlitv-i n 1 1 la iiad beeomu exposed on account ol i i." grading fur tin Vine stieet ,1 tin I n. The writer stated that link s., in. m ut, i was attended tu soon winter would li lu i . the pipes would flifze holld ml 11, n Hiinie'is In that dii.trlct would Ij unlm t water. Tho cu'npluint was i,tii, 1 ?tu it 1 'en email c'aiiiiciii at th it t in aid nfter making a pen-on il Investu ni.u i. reported that the siri et was in the , i I t n stated 111 the complaint. It was tifin i. felled to Chief i.ngineer Cameron w I. reeomini iidi'd jesterday Hint tin bo n 1 r. I, IV the pipes, as tlie Mi tiopnllt.in ioui.ini iuidstesl that it was not liable Mi nn iron thought tint the eliffi re m vv 1 1 h t cubit- coinpanv could be nirang' 1 att. i in mains were lowered once more the bu.u i gave this communication a h let clue bv sending it lo tin' citj counselor. I'ioiii Ihe r-port submitted bv Mr Cam eiun it would seem that th" piopo-ithui lo lu-establlsh the grade of l'ro-pi . t .im nue from Twenty-sec on I to Southwest bcuib -v.ml was settled iiegutlvelv, as It w is sluivvn that to change Ihe milns would "st about l,i). The dejiartmi nt has no muiiej In t-pare on Improvemt-iiiH unless they uie iibsolutelj nn-e'SHiirv. The eontiact for the tin work on the ad dition to ihe cltv hospital was given to 1". I'. Stophlet, who.se bid was 5725. The board ri'fusi'd to recognize tho slg nltuie of the Me Coy lv ind Company, sup posi d to ri-prcM nt She-Hi') pirk, on n ih' tlilou lo pave Missouri avenue from Wal nut to Charlotte. The city Is In litigation over this ple.e of property, and It was thought Unit the leiognltlon of this hlgnl euie mlirht in I'linlicc the city's claim. The ordinance I" pave Seventeenth street from Ornnd uveniie lo l'enn street was re eced. as a rruvel paving was e.ilbd for. 'Plio board retims to leeommend any ur dinanco whe-i'lii a spec itlo pivement is called for and the icepie-st Is not nci om p.inled by a m.ijoiity petition Tlio orll li.imv to pivi' Twentieth stri'ot fnuii Southwest bonbvatd to Oak strn't with Illicit was rife-iri-d to the city engliner, is W.IS tlie uiensuio to p ivo Wibish an nue fixim Independence to Dora uvaiuo witli asphalt. i:li 1 1 1 ii- Ititte rn, Ulectric llltteis Is a mtdliine suited for mi) season, but peihups mure , .u rail) needed in the spring, wlun the languid, ex hausted feeling pu-wills, win n tin lhir Is toipld and sluggish und the lued of a tonli' and alterative Is fi It. A prompt us. of this medic has title n averi-d lung und perhaps bilious fevers. No medicine will uet mure simly lu cuiinleinctlng and freeing the svstem 11 om thu mnlaiial iml-s-un. IIi id.ulie, Indigesllun. Cninitipatlun. HizlliiBi Jl'll to Uie i ti lo Hitler i Only W lents per buttle at II ('. Arnold's, drug gist, nuithwist corner l'lfih and .Main stieets; J. lirllllths'. r.ikui- drug bloie-, northwest comer M tin and Twellth stieeis, rcb un.inn -v Uullur's.lJtumund ding store, tCJl Malll at leet. 'thu I'. (). I'.s Itilurn 'lleinl.K. Tho dliettois ot the I'rlests, of I'allns have adopted a lesulutlon eif thanks io Chief Irwin and his- assistants. Chief Hale und his Ukelst.iiiti- and tin- railroads. The last tuum-d wen- thanked tor declurlng low rates ami for their cotiiteous ireatment of the 1 'i hnts of I'.lllas managenient- "(l.irlamr Stoes ami JCanj-roa urn no ItiKluu in prim than tho uuithU'es imlt.t tluiib. AU to M.-0 them, A 11 ini.'iriiu Hull. llui.-, Tlie sup. ilutciident of bulldus notified S T l'latt, iiKent of tho bulldin at i:ast Ki'veiitb Un et. Unit the Hist llunr was In u d uiKcrous condition and liable to full at ulu moment. It wns endued that this bo e palled, us will us tlie eiitlio bulldliiK put in u tiller condition. Are unlike all other pills. .No purging or pain. Act upeclallr on the liver aim nils dr ier's Liltle l.lnr fills. One till! a dm. lluiiienei'Kerit' I ve'iirnlnus. The Chlcnt.-o. Milwaukee & St, 1'aul rail. way will sell to various points on Its sjs- tem, on October Mh and I'.'d. round-trip tickets at itn-Hlly le-duced lutes. for full Information as to terri tor j', lim its and rates apply to (IKOItni'l II. l-'OOTH. City 1'. and T. Ayent, t(W DtUwuro St. SulTriiKlsts Sleet 'lo-elej', Thcio vvill bo a special meeting1 of tho llciual Surname AK.soeia.tlou at the Coatee House- pailoia this afternoon ut 3:30 to dis cuss uriaiiKiJUt-iits for the Mate convention that is to meet lu-ro November 1 and 0. V tttttttttttt:: The Strongest Talk I Is All Too Weak I When vou come to closcribiti"; tlie ad- v' .... inirablc (iialities of our present slock of x" 1 V. V. V. V. We're in a position to We're perfectly willing We have prices that no :: ENS We haven't any old styles to palm off on you for new. We have the largest stock of Clothing to be found in Kansas City. We haven't the heavy rent to pay that makes prices V. so heavy uptown. We haven't anything in the house that isn't reliably made of best materials. We have sufficient confidence in our goods to guar antee satisfaction or give you back your money. We have the very best assortment of the very nicest patterns and wc can give you just the price Suit or Over coat you want anywhere from V You'll do well to drop your winter purchases. 9 ELECTRIC :? 501, 503 and 505 MAIN STREET, THOUSANDS OF nin HRFxiE. Wlint Is Attire Plcnslii"; Than A beaiitirul IHVNI It Sl'llViri;' or n piece of M'AIIKI.IMi 1 'I' ULA.-iS' or a pair of thoe MMIMriCllSI' V.VSl.s' .u a handsome HAM.'l I'.T m I'l No I.WII' on one of those ilul.li Till MM I. IJ u.MX TAIII.IIS.' or ono ol thn-.' new AS1. SIIAI'IIIJ I. AMI'S, Willi Itle'll IDlCOIl V TloNS.' (Tiny niu Ihe Intist and swi-llest things out lu lamps 1 in fuel, w.ilk.ng thlOUgh 111'' e-tulu Will suggest till IlllllUSt LIIIUUKII lilt' MUKT IHII nHht' " ll IIIIUWI Innunurabh' airav f ttiliaili things, ami WIMIt IV I lint in ii iii' ui.him it i i in unit- i Hi lu r hii i inoi tin i it u ItS ,il-o t I M t that pi u ( ilium mla t than th m asuii. - wit n i r inurf oiii s i niu(t this TJ.1IES hole-salo an I It-lad Crn-ki'i), Queens ware und Celnssware, Sixth, Main and Delaware Streets. 'Id SI'. I. Ill Is HI Sll Vli lliirlliigluii lloiili'. TdUetb on sale to o, tube r llth, Intluslve. VI ii ri hi wo llii'iise-s Umied. The following marrl.iBo IK onset, wero sued In tlu piouute court jtstcrduy: Name. ... . A IivIiih J. Hunker, Kansas City Ilctlha Anna llauley, K'ansa oily , William Hall, Cairoll county, Mo J M tint Triisndl, Cairoll county. Mo...., James ShorriH, Kansas City , Nancy Olaj-, Ktusus I'ltj (JisurKe Me Kenii-, K m-.a City l,U.lo Jlanoj, Iv.uu.u Oily Heaths lie iurle il. risher. Charles W.i 5 jeurs' 1311 Summit Mint, O. nihil 7i tjphuld level, burial at Union lemeti 1 j-. Klmbell.l. C . CS jeais. derm in hosplml, Oi tobei- t, pneiimoiiia; burlul at itlch Hill, Mu Cilllin. Iltrthii. '.! jiars: 172) Holly strit, O'tobn 0; pulmouaiy tubt'iculo&is, burial ut Oak (liovu ci'iuetorj-. Ilirils, l'. J.: SJ ye-ais; St. Joseph bos Pital: October 7. Uphold ft-verj burial ut junction utj, has. Illi Hi lie porii-il. Orlmes. T 1'. and Macule Ut Campbell stieet; October 3, u fill. Jolintuii, r, und Hlsle; lolO Summit street; October 7; a Kill. Colin, l.ouls und Hadco; 031 Cherry street; Oi tuber 3'. a Ikjj St. l.ouls, Charles and Iliiim.i: 3X1 South west boulevaid; October li; a. boj Itulldtiii; 1'e-rnill. llruenlnif Hros. 3:11 Southwest boulevard, brick business house, ,M. SI.SII-VViilil.il tie hi. I ouli-St.30. The Wabish Huilioad Company will sell tickets to at. loiiis one way at II W and ton lid tilp for $7 0i) up to and Including October Uth. This rate is via the Wabash, the uckniwleded Kast Line tu St. l.ouls and the Hast. Ticket oillce northwest cor ner Ninth und Ut'lawuio streets, and 1042 Union avenue. II. N. GA1ILANU. y, cistern rtuiunieer Afcriiut. r-4s' Oil B V ISIS .V 1 SUITS OVERGOflTS :: :: save you money. to save you money. other house can duplicate. V. v.- ft-: i in at The Hub before making i CLOTHIERS, : SOUTHEAST CORNER OF FIFTH. 8 - ) The Old Reliable Gook Stov8sand Ranges, It has 1.- n .s .Id in th's city f r nearly forty years. Wc hive- vvatclml It.i Rrovvth und pi'oguss each j'enr, keeplnc; tar In ailvuncu of all othern, u perfect baker, vtoiioiiilt.il In fm-l, made express ly to burn the co.tl lulucd in tho Missouil vallej. J.' dlfterc'lit sl.e.s In No i I'll. 1.1 in 11 ub, of all $li. $ls, Jjo, J'--. $-'5, Jd and ii. I-'lre Hacks warrantee! for Ilvu years. Send for elcacrlptlvo cataloKue. Peninsular Base Burner roil HAKI) COAU ESTATE OAKS For Sufi Coat 110 aud Upwards. Union Siove and Hardware Co. 517-519 MAIN ST. Wedding; and Correspondence Stationery. Our Wedding Invitations and Marrugs Announcements are correct tu toriu und handsomely executed, Spaulding & Co. JUWI.LURS, State and Jackson M,, CIIICAQO. 4t PnrliirAnrft ,crGrizfl,n6 rWit mora n dOAyoui waiuj FREE TO IALD HEADS VV a will ni&llfln BDollLa- tlou.Crc.lDfurui.ilouhuw tu grow Inelr upoa I IJ U.a, teup lima, uaii sail reuut. ic.lp dlii. Addrvu. ilttnhiln 1(4. PUpeouri, 1.7 Kt TLlril stiMt. .UucUiu.U.U. ' :: tpoci Jl I ,:: gas -4 ijms, NtMtoBtrrPVX eJ 9 :: . BSjSj5F.r, a1 Vif L'