tv;vj& x-j- --w-' r jr4 &'&&&
JljWirijila Bailti lagk
Twenty years everlastingly at t
"We are the people with the
Largest Circulation of any pa
per in Kansas.
H$4 it put us there Pluck irins-
We are "Strietly In It."
VOL. XV11I, NO. 150.
WICHITA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY MOKN1NG, MAY 10. 1893.
WHOL.E NO. 2369.
Mai and Snid kite
'"IkS Ubt ESfSE"
DE. B. T. BOYD.
Guarantees to Cure the
Mre. Etta Mullican, before and alter treatment by
Ten and twenty pounds a month i educed by Dr.
6nyde:' liarnilos Hei bal Ittmtdies.
C.'itavrh, Chest, and Tlirontnud Lung Diseases buccess Tally treated. Coi
xe&poiideiice bolicitvd a:.d coiilnlcuth.l.
Drs. Boyd and Littlefield's
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
155 North Main street. Wichita. Kansas.
Steimvay, Decker, Mason
& llainJin, Bradbury ami
Lakeside, Nnon tt Hamlin
Standard Rotary Shuttle
and New ilonie SeVing Sla
chines. Waslilmrn Guitars and
Mandolins. .Musical Merchan
dise. Sheet Music.
Imperial. Telegram and
407 li BOL'GLAS.
We would be pleased to show
lovers of novelties our Columbian
Trousers, and at the same time
our other styles.
Filler & hull
As usual we ate thou utjr for the
Sprinr and Milliner Senxui the
largest and best belected bUickot no.
el ties in -woolens. Make juur aelei
MILLER &' HULL
Sedgwick IMk., Corner of
First and Market Sts.
fro. M.nu ill t-tii
Property Cared For
Farms and city property for sale. Now
is tlifi time to buy real et.ae. See
I5IGJIT & MlLLEi:,
1J3 N. Alurkut St.
Dr. J. X Littlefield,
Foil owing Diseases:
All diseases peculiar to men or tl e Nervous and
Gcn'lo riinnry Sjstem, Debility, Lost Know,
S-eminal Wt.ikui, StrScttue. Kuptuic." Piles and
all I'rlvate and Chronic Diseases, ScmI for hit No
10 and 0.
.All ( om plaints peculiar to women. Painful, luc
cul.r men-tiu.ition, I)ip icenients riceiatiims.
Disa:d Ovules, etc. -Ml Chronic 'leases successfully-
trc itcd. S nd foi list.
KU.CTU1CI TY-Our institute is well supplied
vrit'i the latest and hot Static, Galvanic and
haradic Bitteiles and Electiie appliances. Wo
have had oer twenty-live jeais eptilem e in the
ptactiol flpplir.ition nf r.lectiicilj in the trejit
ment of all Acute and Cliionic dise.itts, amenoblo
to its action.
Of Our Annual
G. A. R: Suits
400 'Men's blue flannel
Suits, always sold for
$10.00, Golden 'Eagle
400 pairs men's and
young men's pants, con-j
sislme; or all wool cassi-
mere, cheviots and wor
steds, dark and lisrlit
colors, worth &L50, 85
This Week $3.50
! One Price ClothiersJIat-
225-228 E. Douglas
Sce2itificailv adjusted to suit all defec
tivo Mcht by "Prof. E." B. Smith of St
Lotiis Jon corner Douglas Av e. aid Mar-,
ket Stieet, near post oilice, for a few
days only. The finest lines Cristaline
Peble and Aetna Brand?, intet change
able lo:is-, gold, silver, and btonze,
nonzohtine aluminum and steel at pi ices
in l each of all; gold from $o up, steel
from $1 up.
METHOD OP. OB.
This is the onlv instrument used by
opticians and oculists in fitting glasses to
the ees acutately and readily in My
cpa or near M"ght hipermetropia or far
All thcNe desiring a pair of Spectacles
and an actuate fit should cive him a
j trial as it is a chance of a life time.
esu.il Weakness, Nisls Lo es. ImnotencT
tr I'ure. Oievt. irrmatorh e i Varcoo. 1 Ab--lutey
tuiisl. with the I Kflral Mcdlc-MtaH ,
ze . I he "Wonder WotVe . llmbxl in oU .r j
joini:mt -vstoix-d -mnil weak organ-developed. '
i. j- -i 1 Ionic -elf-Trvatuient. mill m -vie dy ca I
ue it witli rafetv and wliiiout iln Wc Guaran
t'aCiic 5-iid lucts f.w -?aicd boolr Jddre-is
.LhCTIUCAlMLIUCO-V!rAUZEIt -0, j
i.ud ik)iSf; We.tor Oii.w' V.chlt Ki 1
asms s &M
TheKANSASSTATE MEDICALand SUR
GICAL INSTITUTE AND SANITARIUM.
Thirty Rooms in Institute for the Accommodation of
experience, remarkable skill, nnd universal succe:s in the tieatment and. ture of neivous,
chronic and-surgical diseases entitles this eminent phvsician to the full confidence or tho
afflicted everywhere. v.
Dr. Terrill goes to New York or Chicago every vear to take a specidl course in Chronic
Diteates, and private instruction in electricitv. The Dot tor hi s invested over 10,000 in Bat
teries, Klectiical Appliances, and Instruments for the treatment of chronic diseases. The like
cannot be found in any institution in the bouthwest. Call and ste for vourself.
"This is tocertifvthat Dr. .1. H. Teirill of Wichita. Kansas, has received from ne-a
thorough course of instiuction m .Electro-Therapeutics. I behee hiui to bo m every way com
petent to use electricity in medicine intellectually and effectually.
'New- Yoi k, September -'4th, lStc'." "A. D. ROCKWELL, M. D."
Dr. Rockwell is the con-joint i author of "Peard & Rockwell1-. Treatise on the Medical and
Fuiical Uses of Ekctricin," etc.. al'o in ifessor of ekctro-therapetiticsat the New-York
1'ost Graduate Medical School and Hospital, eitctro-therapeutlst to the Woman's Hospital of
the State of New York.
THE ABOVE is the Cl'T of the Instrument used by Dr. Terrill. in the examination for
Catarih and all nocc and throat (lipases. Instiuments and mtdicine furnished for home
tieatmpiit. A cure irutuanteed in eciy case.
DISEASES OF WOMEN- Dr. Terrill h.i in a tie diseases of "Women a specialty for the
pnst twenty j ears, and habiill the iiir-truments, Rattenes, Elkctrical appliance-, etc., for
their succcssiul tieatment. lncludinj.' Fibroid Tinnors. Lacerations, Dipl.tceincit-. Enlarge
ments. Prolapsus Ukciationsl.i ucoirhu. Diseased of the 0aik-s, Paint ul, Irretrjlar or Pio
fuse Menstruation, etc.
NERVOI'S DISEASES-Dr. Terrill wishes local' the attention to those sufferinK from
Neivous Diseases, Paialjsjs. Xenon's Prostiation, Seminal Weakness, etc.. to the wonderlul
curative effects to be denvccl tioni Eieetiieity, when scientifically applied.
TO YOUXG jVSD IDDLE AGJ3D MEN .
AQ I I" LT71 OTTTDTJ1 The awful effects of early vice which hi ings organic weak
O J XVJ2J vy U XuJU ness, destrojinjj both mind and body itermaneutly cuied.
V.'e guarantee to cure you or no pay.
e yive n "W'lilteu Guarantee to Cure the tollo-win Diteafeea:
Uib'eases oftlie KiJnej'b and Urinary Organs.
'Catarrh. IVerrous . Ciethral
Piles, Pioatiation, Stricture,
Lost Manhood, Varicocele, Skin Disease,
Seminal 4 Hydrocele, Syphilis in
"Weakness, Itlieuinatigui, All its I orms.
Wc ghe Electrical Baths, w ith Ma'sage Tieatment and Swedish Movement. Mrs. M. R.
Baldw in,' who is an expert, has chaige of the Ladies' Department.
Examination and consultation fite Ooircspondence will receive prompt attention.
Our book on clironic diseases contains testimonials from many of the leading citizens of
Wichita and the Southwest. A cop w ill be sent tiee on application. Send lor Question blank.
15S JsORTlI MAIN ST1JEET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
S. E. Noyes & Co.,
120 North Main Street.
HOSIERY AND LADIES UKMB.
We Are Selling Hosiery at Very Low
Prices. We Have an
Fast blacks, acid proof,
shades, extra lengths, regular made. Hosiery that will
give satisfaction from 5c to $1. We offer the best value
at 2oc 'ever showN in any market. Velvet finish, extra
long, imperishable black.
We Have Only Reliable 6oods at Low
S. E. Noyes & Co,
HEADQUARTERS for BARGAINS
WAH HOP AND LAURA JANE.
Maiishall, o., May 9. A Chinese
laundryinan named Wah Hop, living at
Sinter, accompanied by James T. Lytch
lider. came here this morniug ani pro
cured a marriage license nuthoiixnig Wah
Hop to mnrry Laura Jane Lytcbllder,
daughter of the man with turn. The
marri.ige will take place next week be
tween the Chiucse and his white bride.
Head One Solid Sore. Ilchincr Awful
Had to Tie Ilia H.indd to Cradle.
Cured by Cuticura.
Onrl'ttleboy broVeonton hU hf.iil with a ba
form of eczema, when he win four inonth old
Watritni tlireu doctors, but they did not help hl:n.
Wetlmn ued jour three CUTiccav REMrniE
und after uslnc them eleven w;k.s cxactlr accord-
iuc to directions ne began
lo Mcudilj improve, and
ftr th use o tnem for
seven months his head was
r.tirt'ly well When we
iH'Kn uMiarit hlshtad was
a solid so-e from the crown
to his jebrow. it was
also m oer his nrs. most
of his faee.asma'l places
on diff-reut parts of his
hodv- rhtrf were sutea
f es tlwt we 1 ad to ke
ht hands tied to the oradlp
and told them when he
vvh-. taVentiti. and hid te
Veep mittens tied on h'.o
hmd- to J. top las llnsers
nai'soutof the sore-, as he would scratch if he
could in ail irv ptt Ilia hands loo-e. We know
jour CuricritA JtEHEDlEs cure.1 him. We fel
safe la recomendinc theia to other.
GEO. B. A JaNETTa il.iRlt!:?. Webster. Ind
Cuticura Resolvent !
Tho new-blood and sm purifier, and .TEkite-t cf j
Humor Remedied, cleans the hlcotoralt Impan- j
t!e and poisonous rlement.-, and thus remove the
cause, while Cctictba. thp prfvt skin enre, and
CmtlH 5oAI'.an exquisite skin bacUficr c.er
the sVIa and scalp. and re-tore the hair Tics th
CTTlCl'K-V RCMEtlirs cur evtrr species of ::cb:n;
bnrcinp scaly, pimply, and blotchy in. scalp and
blood diis.!i, from -pimples to scrofula, from in
fancy toase, wLfn the le-t physictaai fall.
old crerj"wlier Price. Ccnrnn. j. oap
iTc nc-l.rcxT SI. Prepared b- the Potter
DrCG AND CnUilCJL COKi'OltATlUN-, Uo-toa.
X?tenrt for "How to Cure -i.n Diseases. ii
pace-, so Hla-trat.on. and 50 tesJlmonUK
11 I TJV'sl fckiaaadfccalp punned and beau
J).VD1 O tlCed by CcTlctlta mjap. Ab
TAIXS AND WEAKNESSES
Of female lastantlr relieved br that i
Tjew. eleptot. aaa intallible Anttiole to;
Palu. iQStmauon. aca vv enkae the
Cut 1. era -uil-jraiu fl'-cr. I
Incorporated and Chartered under and
by virtue of the Laws of State
Permanently established ac Wichita
for the treatment of all Chronic, Nerv
ous, Blood, Skin and Piivate Diseases,
and performing all Surgical Opera
tions. DE. J. II. TEEEILL.
Pi evident of the Kansas
State Medical and Sniical Institute and San
itarium, i- the most widely and favorably
known specialist in the Srouthvv est His Ions'
assorted Russet or leather
THE COLORADO RATE FIGHT.
Omaha, May 9. The Union Pacific to
day, tired of waiting for an adjustment of
the rate trouble in Colorado, took a hand
in the matter and made its first slash iu
rates. Orders were issued this morning to
sell tickets from Utah common points to
Colorado common points for $13, and for
the round trip ?20. The prevailing rates
have been Si and ?So. This action has
been forced upon tha Union Pacific by a
combination ot rates inada by the Rio
Gtande Western by the U'eof mileage
tickets and the Denver and Rio Grande SI
rate from Grand Junction to Colorado
common poiuts. The round trip rate is
put mto effect to meet the same competi
tion trora the points mentioned, and only
applies to eat bound business. Whether
the Union Pacific will also extend the cut
to west bound business Is a mooted ques
tion. The action of the Union Pacific will
undoubtedly ptecipilatc a li'ht in Us ter
ritory, and the cousequence- promise to be
far reaching, involving both the Utah
and Colorado line.
This evening E U Lornax said that if
the rates- announced today by the Union j
Pacific were met by the Rio Grande, he
would make a $10 r.ite, and, it that did
not settle the light, he would pnt the figure i
tic ci .it' uuu;,
Chicago, May 9 The Danver and Rio
Grande today announced a rate of i"2 from
Denver to Pueblo, an increase of tl over
the rate which has existed between thee
points for the last fortnight. It will cow
rest on its oars and wait to see what
action the Atthi-oii will take. The
AtchNou, too, sy that u will do nothing
until May 20, and between now and then
every effort that can itosibly settle the
light will b made. Both the Rock I -I and 1
and the liurllngton are very uneasy lest I
the Atchison begin to cue rates east of the;
Ml oun river as soon as it is out of the
as-ociation, on May 20.
iT. Lons. May U The Southwestern
Railway aiitl Steamship association rate
committee, tn session today, adopted a
resolution iookiui; to an improvement of
the rate situation ia the southwest. The
understanding reached provides that the
terms of the agreement, so far as the
lines represented were concerned, should
Lccome effective at once.
M U5IC AND PROTECTION.
DETROIT, May 9 The national league
of musicians, in eighth annual convention j
convened today, i ne louowing resolution
was presented by Delegate Miher of St.
Louis, and was adopted:
"Reolveu, That the national league of
musicians shall endeavor, through po!U
lo.l actios, tosicure the repeal of the Mc
Kmley bill, especially that portion of it
placing a duly upon musical instruments
THE OFFICESEKKERS NOW BORING
THE CABINET OFFICERS.
The New Comptroller Proposes a
Change in the Method of Exam-
iiiiiiir; National Banks.
OommiSiioner Lochren of tbe Opinioa That
the Time Has Come for a Eeform ia
the Present Pension System.
Ths Weather Crop Enlletm for the Week
Nctss Improved Conditions Heads
man Maxwell Still Busy The
Man-of-War Atlanta Ord.r
dei'td to Nicaraugan
Waters The Spanish
'Washixgtos, May 9. One effect of the
president's older closing the executive
mansion to officeseekers has been to cause
the crowd who usually throng to the
White Hous-j to change the point of at
tack from the president himself to the
cabinet officers. At each department to
day ii number of cnllers was on hand, and
a good deal of lime was consumed in their
reception. It is predicted that it this con
tinue all tbe members of the cabinet will
adopt the rules which have thrown the
habitues of the White House into confu
sion, BANK EXAMINATIONS,
Washington, May 9. Comptroller of
the Currency Eckles has arranged n plau
for an examination of the national banks
so as to make them safer institutions than
iu the past. Heretofore examinations of
the banks have been made yearly; here
after two examinations wili be made, and
the plan provides that the two examina
tions of tne same bank shall not be made
by the same examiner. The plan will
necessitate the employing of twice the
number of examiners; tut there will be no
extra expense to the government, for the
examinations aie paid for by the banks
Washington. May 9. The new com
missioner of pensions Judge William
Lochren of Minnesota arrived here last
night, and today entered the pension
building for the first time. In an inter
view he said that there was a growing
sentiment in the country in favor of re
form iu the matter of pensions a senti
ment which was reflected iu many in
fluential newspapers, Republican as well
THE WEATHER CROP BULLETIN.
Washington, May 9. The weekly
weather crop bulietiu, issued, today, says
that the detailed crop conditions in the
several states, taken as a whole, are more
favorable than those of the previous week.
Ot Missouri the bulietiu says: "Crops
are advancing slowly. The fruit pros
pects are improved. Theie has been some
damage by floods and hail storms."
Of Kansas the bulletin sas: "Wheat,
oats and grass have improved in the east
ern counties, though some corn is beiug
replauted. , Plowiug has begun in the
Washington, May 9. Oue huudred and
eighteen fourth-class postmasteis were
appointed today, of which eighty-nine
wete to fill vacancies caused by resigna
tions or deths.
Washington, May 9. The members of
the diplomatic corps here exoect that in
the course of a few months the Spanish
government will elevate the legation at
Washington to the grade of an embassy,
and they think that the appointment of
the duke o Veragua to the position is
As a result of a discussion of the serious
condition of affairs iu Nicaragua, arising
out of the revolution, the United States
warship Atlanta has been ordered to pro
ceed immediately to Greytowu to protect
Ametican interests in Nicaragua, especi
ally in connection with the wot k on the
The government, after accepting the St.
Louis offer of .',000,000 in gold, has ?190,
0C0 in tree gold abore the $100,000,000 re
The war department gives no credence
to the reported killing of Lieutenuut
Plummer of ths Tenth iufrautry, agent
for the Indians of the Navajo agency.
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
CHICAGO, May 9. Today's warm weather
brought ibe largest crowd yet to the ex
position since the opening day. The pro
gram included exercises by :he Catholic
Kn. ghts of America, this being their day
dV the fair. Outside of this the lime of
those uot engnged in sight-seeing was oc
cupied in meetings o tbe world's fair
ofhcials, a meeting of the national com
mission, orchestral concerts in music hall,
and band concerts in the agricultural
At the meeting of the national commis
sion the first thing brought up was a long
petition from Miss Couzins of Missouri, in
whicli she set forth her claims, as out
lined in these dispatches last uivtht. An
effort was made to have the document
rnled out of order, but it failed. Utter the
judiciary committee brought in a report,
sluing that, uuder sections - and 3 of the
act ot congress creating the commis
sion. Miss Courins cannot lw re
garded as in ativ sen;e a mem-
be permitted to participate in its proceed- j
logs or to exercise a&r rjgoLS ana preroga
tives incident to memtiersbip therein.
Wnetber or trot Mie Conzim will make
further efforts tobnugupthe question
remains to be seen Her podtion, how
ever, is held to be untenable by tboie sup
pesed to have any knowledge of law.
Several reports from diflerent commit
tees were read. The committer on live
stock and forestry made a gloomy show-
lug?- Nsither department Js ready lor ex face to face vritl. the greatest usrterr
mtdts, and the forestry committee com- I known t tnr.u. Stbowiag tht no coaceal
plained that there wis absolutely no one mt-nt or umrutb can in!'gte. my etwi. I
at the head of that department to properly do --olemnly decUr- that I -m taaocei of
look after matters. ' the crime for which I am condemned to
Owing to the lateness ot the arrival ofltii-
the live stock exhibits and ths unfinished j
condition of the live stock building, the THE GOTHAM STOCK MARKET.
final date ot entry for corses and cUlt I
was changed from June Z to July 15, and
for sheep lrom July 1 to Agnail. j
A resolution was adopted resolving that
a committee be aDDOtuted to invesTl'ate
the ntfisrs of the failed Chemical National j
bank and rrt-ort as to the dviAabihtr of j
permuting the batik to resume busiurts i
upon tne exposition grouna. xiaK ; nroagbt about iij rttmor Umt tee hosc
.Lxaramer Jsturgns late this after- was to be F-saed A meOu tocka kd
noon said that hi thought the j failea to tbe iweI potai of tb da, bat
resumption of the oauk was oot iikiy j were then steady.
The people will all be pa.d In full. Tne j Moaey c4eri r.iy t 3y5 prr ezm
lair directors have ramie ample provUion j Stocks t UmtAo- tesvrd icitoe rtg
for the payment of ail fotetcn comrulv j icg from 12J, to. the ntMre It. I
.doners it rxtiibitora who had deposited J the Indus' rii ue tmtip ramtH Uota 15
in the lurk. 1 to 3 Ozr rt. Tlis cfce vr-j i'.ulf
San Francisco, May 9. The failure of
the Stale Investment aud Insurance
company, which was telegraphed on May
5. appears to be complete. It is admitted
that thecompiuy has no fundi, and that
it owes clOa.OOO in unpaid los--.es and "'100,
000 more for money borrowed. Be-tdes this,
thecompiuy is responsible for unearned
premiums aggregating ?2"S 030 The
principal item ot the aset is ?2-3O,OO0 ot
oulstanding premiums, but uot one
fomth of this is collectible. Nearly all of
the company's remaining assets have b.-en
hypothecated to effect loans. The state
iusurance commissioner ha-, declared th it
the only salvation for the company is to
reinsure with same other compmy. The
policyholders in the embirrassed compiny
are rapidly doing so." The attorney gener
al will proceed against the stockholder-,
some of whom are men of wenltb, in an at
tempt to make good the liab.lities of the
Topeka. Kan.. Mny9 Insurance Com
missioner Snider says that Kansas people
have a big interest in the failure of the
State Investment and Insurance company
of San Fraucisco. Thit company has
risks iu Kansas amounting to over $500.
000. MELBOURNE, May 9. The B ink of Vic
tori, i (limited) has suspended. The bauk
had many br.iuches, vvuh one iu Loudon.
The capital of the bank is 1,200,000. Tie
liabilities tire about twice tti it sum.
Chicago, May 9. As anticip ited. from
the tact that the national bank examiner
had taken charge, and that the appeal for
assistance had been refused by the Clear
ing House as-ociation, the Chemical Na
tional bauk did not open for business this
morning. The bank lias the baukiug con
cession at the world's fair grounds anil has
au office In the administration building.
The world's fair branch Jilso wtis closed
"this morning, aud a crowd of auxious ex
position depositors stoo I before the Uoots.
The bank's capital was "-l.OOO.OOO, nnd
the officers are J. C. Curry, president, and
E. C. Veasey and A."T. Ewing, vice presi
dents. Poor judgment iu making loans
and the stringency in the money market
are given as the causes of the failure The
deposits amount to a trifle over 'fc900,000.
It is expected that the depositors will be
paid in full. The bauk was not a member
of the Clearing House association.
President Higgtnbotham of the world's
fair directory denied that the council of
administration had in any way indorsed
the Chemical National bank at the fair
grounds. The council hnd indorsed the
bauk only iu so far n. any person might
indorse any national banking institution
In the country. The council supposed the
bank to be all right, and said so. Presi
dent Palmer ot the national commission
ridiculed the story that the couiumslou
could be held responsible. The commis
sion had not indorsed the hank, aud knew
nothing about it.
Nn York. May 9. As the result of nn
all-day's conference between the receivers
and directors of the National Cordage,
company, it is understood that Drexel,
Morgan'tS: Co. will take steps with the
view of reorganising the company. Un
less reorganization is determined upon
the indications are that Cordage stock
will be wiped out on the stock exchange.
New YoKK, May 9. II. li. Wnruer's at
torney says that Mr. Warner's liabilities
amount to several hundred thousand dol
laiH. Business men estimate them at$o00,
000. Tne assets consist of stocks aud a
homestead, but the exact amount can
hardly be estimated now.
New Yokk, May 9 Messrs. Sullivan &
Cromwell, counsel for the Lund and River
Improvement cotupauy of West Superior.
Wis . have, ou behalf of their client, placed
an attachment for $200,000 on the property
of the West Superior Iron and Stool com
pauy. Mr. Cromwell says that it has been
discovered that tho deposed president
(Weeks) of the L'tinl and Impiovemetit
company had loaned, while president. i.TOO,
000 of the improvement company's money
lo the steel company, without the knowl
edge or consent ot the directors of the
former concern. The steel works were j
shut down yesterday
Nlwaiik, "N. J., May 9. Frederick K
Day of Elizabeth, and Herman Clark of
New xork were today appointed perma
nent receivers for tho United Paper com
pany (the tissue trust), which failed a few
days ago. The receivers were required to
give a bond of ?I50,000. Tho principal
creditors of the company are E. L Mon
tague. Jr , II. M. Fulton and W'allaca
Smith, all connected with the cordngo
Chicago, May 9. County Treasurer
Kern said today that his cashier. Felix
Schweistbal. had taken 12,000, iu sums of
t5,000 to 10,000, lo tide along Michael
fcchweisthal, the banker, who failed some
time ago. Michael is a brother of Felix,
aud both thought that the bankei'a em
barrassmeut would prove only temporary.
Felix turned over &J0.00Q in real estate. In
restitution, and County Tre-tsurer Keru
refrained from a criminal prosecution.
THE HARRIS FUNERAL.
New York, May U. The remains of
Carlyle W. Harris, the young wife mur
derer who was executed yestenUy, were
taken from bmg Sing this morning to the
railway station, where they were placed in
a car bound for Northfield, Mass., where
the interment will take place. A private
funeral service was held at the prisou at
lOo'clock this rooming. Mrs. Harris and
herson were the mournun, untl the pub
lie was slrictlr excluded. A dramatic
feature of the last rues was the placing in
the coiliu of tbe affidavit of .Juror Stuart
Howe. It will be remembered that In his
speech before tbe recorder Harris, waring
the affidavit in his hand, said. "Do not
file this here, Mr. Howe, file It lu my
coffin." Ihe document wa dropped in tb
coflin by Mrs. Harris at tbe funeral service
After the burial, Harris la?t statement,
sent by the warden to the pnon depart
ment of the state, was given out. Harris
reviews tbe evidence, refers to his giving
himself up when he learned of tbewarrtmt
for his arrest, recurs to his refusal of prof
ferred means of escape from bing bing,
and then says, in part.
"so, how is it that In ca?e where uo
many facts nnd ths ent:re behavior of the
defendaut all invite executive clemency,
together with a petition of over O-l.twO
citizen, among them mhtij who are
prominent in national e-te-rn, such clem
ency should l denied? Because
the action ot the court was uot justified by
the fact in Uie case, there is .an idea
in the minds of runny that at the lime of
my wife's denth I desired marriage with
another womin Such pron has
never teeu lounu, nor noes ne
exist. No one Imd mi tnaity reasons all
sentiment or love asklti for dirtnj
vofe to live as I had ?"lie would
brought me money and professional ae
ces. sne wtww uavc grcu my nwn
and bail I known of tier mg habit, it
would have be! my hpplnes t nfcield
and cure her I have now to die. I as
manner of my death Is of miail account to
ine I have waiud patiently mj I'juz a
there wm tii MtgbtestcuMioe: of obtain
ing juuce refusing to rcu away f-ven
jrheu under eniQCe of death. AtmI now.
Xew Yokk. Ma 9 A drop of tbr-s
roln(i Ja -0"r i
locfc prliw to
had a depresMOs effect on
recovered aad tne mi Ot the m-irket tal-
lowed. Tiiea ConUgr made trouble gi
by "iiius. oil IS fr cent, foe emtamon nmd
7 per cr4. for referrr!. TIis decline w"
EMPEROR WILLIAM AQA1N TALKS
The Army to be Strengthened Kq-
gartlless of the Wishes ot the
The Tory Obstructionists in the English
Commons Coutiaua to PropjSi Amend
ments to the Home Rule Bill-
An Illustration of ifexicaa Judfcal
Methedi Two Prisoners Stjntencid to
Iinprisarimint by tha Lowjr Trib
unal Condemned to be Shot
by ths Supreme Court. ,
BERLIN, May 9 While reviewing tho
troops iu the field at Tcmplehoff today, tho
Geruian emperor ordered the priuuipal of
ficers ot the imperial guard to gather
around him. He then addressed them as
"I have boen grievously disappointed in
the patriotism of the :ate ruicli-tag. I
hope thu tomiug relchstag will adopt tho
army bill; but if it should refuse 1 am de
termine! lo cairy Uie. bill Into affect,
despite the unpatriotic opposition. 1
know myself that 1 am as one with thu
federal priuces and the people "
The speech ot tho umptror is causing
great excitement amoug the people, Tho
officers who heard the ouiperor'a words
maintained absolute sllouce, although evi
dently in deep sjiupatny witu his views.
Those familiar with German polities vvtio
have heairt of the emperor's speech uow
consider that he has embarked ou a policy
of Prussinu high toryisin.
THE HOME RULE BILL.
Lon'DON", .May 9. In thu commons today
Mr. Bartley, Conservative, motfed lo in
sert tho words "subordinate to parlia
ment" iu the first clause of the Irish homo
rule bill, so as to make the clause read:
"On aud after tho appointed dty l bora
shall be iu Ireland a Kglslature sub
ordinate to parliament, etc "
Mr. Gladstone said that the motiou im
plied di-bellef in the amUrance of tho
government, ami was obviously Intended
to put a alight upon the Irish legislature,
'therefore ho decided that thu words wero
Mr Go-chen licensed the government of
practically evading the question of Im
perial coutrol over thu Iristi legislature.
After considerable febtte tho amend
ment was rejected i!W to 2A7. '
SALTIU.O, Mex , May l Another &nsi
tional chapter in the celebrated McKellar
murder case has developed. A jear ago
McKellar, a British ubject, nut! one of
the richest stockmen In Mexico, w-tt nhot
ilnirn from nmtitisli nnd kllli-d Atliittiho
j V Ilareal, a Mexican, whose ranch mljulned
McKellar's. wan arre-td for hiving insti
gated the murder Villareal U a wealthy
stockman. Ho became angered bcau
McKellar fenced off hu property so tht
Villareal's ctttle could not range "ti Mc
Kellnr'M property It was proved on thu
triHl that Villareal hired a poor laborer
named D.nuito G tlle.iu to murdr Ma
Krllar for tl.090 (r.iileau coufWsi uud
ho aud Villareal wcr given twenty yers
in the penitentiary. VilhirealV property
was coufiscated by ttie iioverunicul and
$-10,000 was given to MoKallar'a widow.
'I he supreme court, to which the cam nn
submitted for revimou, finding that th
penitentiary system does not prevail iu
this state, revmed tho sentence and con
demned the prisoner to be shot. The de
fendants hate secured a stay.
PaI'.IS. May 9 Mr. Coudert, counel for
thu United btntes, concluded hit argu
ment before the Bering sea tribunal of ar
bitration today He contended thnt tho
modus vivendl wutered into b lb United
btatesand Great Britain was u temporary
abdication of Amrrifcau rUhta, which tho
United State confidently left to the trib
unal of arbitration to uphold.
When Mr. Coudert finished Baron da
Courcell, presldeut of thp tribunal, warm
ly thanked him for the r- taarkatiledUpUy
of talent during his speech.
BEKLIN. May 9 The autboritien of Ber
lin haye ordered a quarautioq agaiuat all
veimeln arriving from French (or(. Thl
action li duw to the Hpre.td of cholsra iu
JEFFERSON DV5 REMAINS.
IiJCftllO.Mi, Vo., May 9 The progrim
for tbe reinterrnsnt of ths remain of Jef
ferson Divlt ia Hollywood cemstery
Richmond, on May EI, ha ben completed.
The remain will leve New Orleaog on
May -i ou a special train. In charge of as
escort. At Montgomery, Ala., tho body
wtll be taken to the en pi to I bulldlsitf and
placed an the front portico, where DavU
toot the oath preid-nt of tb: provis
ional government. At Atlanta tha caikit
will ; borne to ths captlo.', wbr tbr
will ie simple cremoHl4. At KileiKh,
N. C , preparations anj maKl&sc for a mam
moth demonstration ThTe wl'! brs an
address nd ober exercU's at the capitoL
The train will reach Richmond at 11
o'clock on tbe night of May Si Tb-csk-t
will be rocivi-I by a military escort,
and. followed br thouiand of citizen,
will !e tken to Virginia' oapltoi, wber
the body wili Uein Utm until toe next
affrmxm. Os the mornmK of thu 3tt
the public whojl cb.ldrsu will vlnit tha
capivol In a body The reiatTm"nt cr
moftlcs will Uke pla in the f uraw)u.
A MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE
Chicao. May V Mr. ChritiB l,yad
borjr 5eyar old. tbe Udj wbofeatcf
walking to Chieaeo frorc St- IxmU ex
cited raaeb coMtmmi it Friday ca ber
arrival here b iytnociy dtpper-ed-
Tt old ldy came bre la roh of
fcer daa5htr. Aai& Tfc later Uu Leo
looking in vaio for t former, aud, tha
arcn o far proving fraJtle-n, ba Urcome
greatly alarmed Mr LrtSorg wt -eotnpAMi'd
oa br tramp try btrr Lub.vaii.
Affrb?hii bten iatArd t tbr Har
rison rtre-t ljtfj hr hubnd appro
priated two goW nag h wot es di-
nppmrca. ""be wh ta takc in cfcr
orailr. jvttnorn. .nhtr caa now uj
I-aiLAUXU-BU. Max 0Tiim lifceasiat
ccmtcmUom i nm tapr;-' eotMMI at
AMfzieam 0r mi, Sinn ilnztttci wn-
Iin?m4. a ssm in tMn tit? uutay. wUfi
dtrr.ste ptTvmt Uom tw'tU'V4 II
G. Cnor ti Vmmiti prrgSe"i
BuCta TW Mji ndl'fuwet H '
on THftf a a.
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