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TALK ON WOOL,
Many Amondmonta Votod Down In
PRINTING APPROPRIATION PASSED.
The Indlnn Appropriation Hill Connlilercil
In the lloutc rrlmlr reunion III1I ut
tb Kvrttlnir Reunion, rrurreuings
WAditNnTON, Juno 10. Yesterday
when tho tariff hill was laid before tho
senate Mr. Dolph took the floor and re
sumed the speech he was making
against free wool when the senate ad
journed the day before.
llu bcjritn with a sarcastic reference
to the Impatience manifested by Mr.
Harris, the democratic manager ot the
bill, because the bill was not rushed
through with "Indecent haste." and
4 recalled the resentment shown by tliu
Tennessee senator when others had
displayed impatience at the delay when
other bills were belnir considered, notit-
bly the federal elections bill and the
bill to repeal the purchasing clause of
the bhcrmun act.
On the latter occasion, when he
(Dolph) remarked that he was tired of
the prolonged contest, Mr. Harris had
curtly told him to sit down If he was
weary. With this preliminary shot
nt Mr. Harris, the Oregon senator pro
ceeded witli his argument.
Some observances about silver made
by Mr. Dolph brought Mr. (Stewart to
)iis feet In reply. He entered upon a
free silver argument for half an hour
and then Mr. Carey made u linal pro
test against placing wool on the free
list lie declared that If the two
democratic senators (Messrs. llrlce and
I'alincr) from tho sheep raising states
had been half Industrious In their de
mand for a duty on wool ns the two
Louisiana senators were In their tight
for n duty on sugur the wool industry
would have been" saved. If Kyle nn.l
Allen had made a manly tight n duty
on wool would have been obtained.
Mr. Kvle defined his position on the
subject of free wool and ho had taken
little part in the discussion of the turill
bill, ho said, but since It had been
charged that members of tho populist
party In tho senate were siding with
tho democracy on this question at tho
expense of tho people of their states,
he would muke n statement. He recog
nized the Importance of the wool in
dustry. In his own state there were
750,(XK) sheep, l'rom tho Mississippi to
the Ilockles sheep raising was n vast
Industry and it would bo a great In
justice to strike It down. Hut ho was
not prepared to say that free wool
would destroy the Industry. Speaking
for himself alone, hu was not afraid of
placing wool on the free list,
Mr. I'elfer offered some modifica
tions to his proposed amendment for a
duty itn raw wool. Where tho MclCln
ley law levies n duty on first class
wool of 11 cents he proposed a duty of
8 cents; the MoKlnley ratu of 13 cents
on second class wool ho proposed to
change tu u cents. Wool of the third
class, worth 13 cents or less. Is to pay
15 per cent, duty ad valorem, anil wool
worth over 13 cents is to pay '.'J per
cent. In place of tliu MoKlnley rates of
1)3 per cent, and 80 per cent.
A discussion followed In which
Messrs. Morrill, Cullom, Vest, Sher
man and Aldrlch took part. .Mr. Teller
offered as n substitute for Mr. I'etfer'H
amendment the McKinlcy claslflcatlon
and rates. Defeated by a strict party
vote, 2!) to 37, Allen, Kyle and relfor,
voting with the democrats against It
and Stewart In favor.
I'owcrs, of Montana, offered an
ptlicr substitute, which was also de
feated, SO to 3". The vote then ro
purred on lY-ITer's amendment, which
reduced the MoKlnley rates un average
pf about SO per cent,
Tho three populists voted with tho
republicans In Its favor, hut It wns lost
--33 to 35,
An amendment bv Sherman. Increas
ing from IS per cent, to 30 per cent, the
duty on wool In tho form of stubbing
wasic, mungo, siiuiuiy, nous or oilier
waste product was lost 20 to 31.
I'offer then offered un amendment to
, place all articles of manufactures coin-IflOeffiv'-o-ly
or In part of wool, hair
of the oat, camel or alpaca on the free
list. After some discussion tills wus
laid aside and, on Coclircll's motion,
the bill providing for tho deficiency 111
ppproprhttlons for tho government
printing alike passed, nnd utter a brief
fxccutlvo session the senutoudjourncd.
Wahiiinoton, June HI. The dullness
of yesterday's proceedings In the house
was In marked contrast to tho excite
ment of tho previous day's session. Mr.
Itlchurdson emphatically -denied nllu-f-atlons
made In n Washington nows
papor that ho had been using his posi
tion as a member of the committee on
District of Columbia to further tho In
terest of nn overhead trolley syudlcuto
to whom he hud sold real estate indi
rectly. Tho Indian appropriation bill was
considered and a rule adopted to voto
The evening session was dcroted to
private pension bills.
Col. Harris Is rieu.nl.
Wabiii.votox, Juno 10. Col. W. A.
Harris, congressman-at-largo from
Kansas, stated yesterday that ho was
highly gratified with tho action of the
populist state convention in placing an
equal suffrage plank In the platform.
Mr. Harris stated that ho had received
no ofllclal announcement ot his nomi
nation. He will accept, however, und
enter enthusiastically Into tliu llglit,
Ilrowosit In lions Crctk,
(Joliiem Cur, Mo., Juno 10. Yester
day evening Joseph N. Cunningham
left his plow In a cornflold, near
JCodloc Springs, and went, In swimming
In Horse creak, llu was seized with a
cramp and drowned before help could
A suicide epidemic prevails at Pitts
burgh, l'a since Thursday night two
men and one woman have UUled thorn
Tho Oommlttoo Will Havo Evory
Sonntor Boforo It,
EACH TO ANSWER FOR HIMSELF, i
The llim.e Committer Appointed to I'ritme
it Nicaragua Can-it I'lnn Say Hint It
Will lie. Prepared YWthlu i
Wet k The 1'und..
W'AslilNfiTos, Juno IS. Tho sugar
trust, investigation euininiuoe win business preceded the resumption of loss of life, is reported from Kiirwln.
gin to question senators to-day, the tariff debate In the senate yester- ' l'ull details have not reached here,
and, It Is uuderst.HKl, will have ,iy, mils wero passed ns follows: To but It Is known that at least .'00
every member of the senate bo- pay Joseph Hedfern, one of the Ford miners have been killed,
fine It lieforo ceasing this lino theater victims, Ji,748i to ntithnrlre the ' An explosion took place at 10 o'clock
of Its inquiry. Tho Idea of the com- appointment of women as public school Thursday night In u pit of the
mlttee Is tu have every sen.itor answer i trustees In the District of Columbia; fnitiztskn mines at the place men
for himself us to whether he has for the development and encourage- tinned and resulted III the death of ISO
bought or sold siuar stock, furnished a.t of H, culture In tho United miners. The tlrst explosion us soon
information concerning tnrllf leglsla- ' states; to pay tho heirs of James followed by a series of other explosions
tlonon suiMr or has been In any wny
improperly Influenced In his otllclal au'
tions by the trust.
It Is not known yet what senators
will In- called first. There was but
one witness lieforo the committee yes
terday, and his examination did not
consume inure than fifteen minutes
time. The witness was Charles Coster,
of the firm of Drexel, Morgan .V Co., of
New York, and he was summoned be
cau.e of repjrts tint his firm had
bou'rht large quantities of sugur
stocks. Mr. Coster said that he knew
of no such speculation In the stock by
senators nor of any elfort to iiilluencu
legislation in any maimer by the sugar
trust, mid with this statement ho was
He tore the committee adjourned
Wednesday, while Mr. Searles was tes
tifying, Senator Allen said: "As n
member of the committee 1 Insist that
thiswltnessnnd Mr. HavcmeyershuUbo
required to state the amounts of funds
contributed by the American Sugar
Ki'Hnlng Co. for istlltleul puriscs In
the years lsnjniul IS'.n. niul that upon
failure to testify uixm that subject
they shall be uqsirted to the senate as
other witnesses have been rcirted."
lllscl'sal.Ml Till! CANAL.
Win.Mirov, Juno IS. Smooth sail-
inif marked tho ltrt meeting yester
day of the sub-committee of the house
committee on commerce, appointed to
frame a Nicaragua canal plan, and tho
members feel justllled In predicting
that the measure will bo prepared
within ii week. Several points were
ugreed on yesterday. Although Itepre
sciitutltu liryan'H scheme for n cur
rency issue to construct the canal
found some favor. It was dcHiiitcly
abandoned, ntil Senator Morgan's plan
will furnish the foundation for the bill,
which provides for tho usual method
of raising funds by means of a bond
Issue. It was practically decided that
the government's share of bonds shall
The proportionate shares of the gov
ernments of Nicaragua and Costa Itlctt
or the amount to bo issued to the mar
itime company was not discussed. Tliu
members agreed to Insert In the hill a
proviso that tho canal company must
nt some early date (probably January
1, ls'.iS) satisfy tliu secretary of tho
treasury that till outstanding debts or
contracts have been canceled and sat
isfied: that the affairs of the maritime
company's auxiliary, the contract com
pany, have been settled und thut com
pany has gone out of existence.
The government will guarantee tho
funds with which to settle tho utTnlrs
of tho present company, hut mutters
must he arranged so that the govern
ment will find no complications on Its
hands, nnd this will ho mailo tliu first
condition of governmental control.
THOMPSON IN MEXICO.
lie t'lttliii.Tlmt He I. t it I'lmlthe friiiu
,1 ii. I In'.
Sdii.u.ia, Mo.. June 13. A letter has
been received from T. T. Crittenden,
United Mates consul in tho City of Mex
ico, by the lirm of Jaclcson & Montgom-
K ' vJno
havo lieen llio attorneys for
hompsuii, the ulleged default
ing cashier of tho first national bank
for tho past fifteen years. Consul
Crittenden writes that Mr. Thompson
has been In that city for several days
nnd had called at tho consulate, whero
lio mailo himself known. Thompson
Informed the consul that ho wus not n
fugitlvu from justice, hud committed
no crime for which ho could be extra
dited, and asserted thut crimes had
been laid at Ills tloor which had no
foundation in fact.
A Uiiilh'Hl Tint form.
Milw.vukkk, Juno 13. Tho prohibi
tion state convention nominated Capt.
Cleghoru, of Clinton, for governor.
Tho convention adopted without dli
cushion a platform of decidedly radical
character. It demands tho suppression
ot thu liquor trallle, and declurcs In
favor of tint money, women suffrage
and tho restriction of Immigration.
I'or tho first time In the history of tho
party in this state, there was a contest
for the nomination for governor.
ArcliU'iiUlly Shot III. fcl.trr.
U.nio.nvilli:, Mo., Juno 13. A shock
ing uccldent occurred Wednesday at
Omaha, this county. At it churlvurl a
pistol In tliu hands of Juck Mullins was
accidentally discharged, striking hts
sister in the breast and killing her al
most instantly. Tho young lady wns it
prominent school toucher mid duughtor
of J. W. Mullins, merchant und ux-post-uaster
Indiana (lrucery rirm rnlb.
I'oiit Wayxk, Ind.. Juno 15. I.ato
yesterday afternoon A. C. Trcntman,
tho largest wholesale grocer In north
ern Indiana, made an assignment In
fuvor of his creditors, with I.qustjouko
us trustee, .labilities are butwoon
70,000 ami 3100,000, und thu assets will
probably en, u ill thorn. Tho linn has
been In cxistenca for more than a quar
ter of n century.
In Mllllctown, I'a Murderer James
II. Carpenter wus hanged ut 10:39
o'clock Thursday morning. Tho exe
cution waj smooth.
ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 21, 1894.
Bill for Its Enoourngomout In tho
TALK ON THE FREE WOOL CLAUSE. .
A 1'er.nnnl Attntk Mad nn Mr. Ilolninn by
Mr. Johnson The DM Sectarian
Question Ital.ril In Connectlou
ttltli Indian NrhooU.
tVAsiiisnTov..Tum. 1.1 Some routine '
When the tariff bill was laid before latter being In the Johapuess pit,
the senate Mr. Lodge took the floor . whoru eighty miners were killed,
with an argument against free wool. I A rescue party of ten iH,rMnHuhlch
Mr. Teller, of Colorado, followed Mr. ' descended Into one of the pits at 5
Lodge with some remarks In favor of a ' o'clock yesterday morning, also per
duty on raw wool. Later, while ills-' Ishoil. The ventilator shnfts of several
cussing the reduction of the rates on of the pits were destroyed, nud the lire
woolens, Mr. Ilawley Interrupted Mr.
Teller to remark that these reductions
would result Inevitably in lowering I
tho wages of the operatives 30 or 40
K-rcent. It was "eltheru reduction of
wages or the muuiifactmcrs would
"They will not quit," replied Mr.
Teller. "They have tis) much capltul
involved. They will reduce wuges,
and tho operatives, faced with starva
tion, will stand the reduction, Men
wlio live hy their labor cannot muko u
successful contest against capital."
Mr. Hoar, ns one of the representa
tives of the great woolen manufactur
ing states in the country. Indorsed the
statements made that the New lln
gland manufacturers did not desire
Mr. l'lutt. of Connecticut, followed
with un argument uluiig the line of
that of Mr. Hoar, denying, llko the
Massachusetts senator, that the woolen
manufacturers favored free wool.
Mr. Iliggins, of Delaware, followed
in opposition to free wool.
Mr. Chandler talked for an hour in
favor of amplo protection to wool nud
Mr. Dolph followed with an argu
ment against free wool.
.Mr. (juay.uftcrstuting that the usual
hour of adjournment had passed, moved
to adjourn. The motion was lost, 10 to
23, whereupon Mr. (Juay .moved thut
the senate proceed with executive bus
iness. This motion was also defeated,
in to 11. Mr. Harris said lie would
yield to the Inevitable, hut lie held out
the threat of it night session unless it
vote was hud to-day. Then on his mo
tion, ut 3:13, the seirite adjourned.
Wasimxoiox. June 15. in the house
yesterday an amendment by Mr. Tick
ler, appropriating $5,000 for artesian
wells ut I'ineltiilge.Uosebuil und Stand
ing Hock agencies was agreed to.
A bitter Karsonal attack was made
on Mr. Ilolmaii by Mr. Johnson, of In
diana, who nlluiled to tho Inllueuces
which had operated to havo Mr. Sayres
npimlnted chairman of the committee
on appropriations over older men on
the committee -Mr. Ilolmaii and had
resulted ill the latter gettlngcontrolof
hut one appropriation bill Instead of
nil. He asserted that the habit of tills
"small und penurious man" (Mr. Ilnl
man) of "juggling" with thu Indian
appropriation lilll would soon result In
the extermination of the Indian, which
purjiose lie believed was at the bottom
ol Ills assignment to the cliuirmansliip
of thu committee on Indian ull'alrs.
During nil this tirade Mr. Holmnn
sat quietly In Ills seat, giving no Indi
cation of having heard a word. A long
deliuto wus precipitated on an amend
ment by Mr. Johnson, of Indiana, rais
ing tho salary of the superintendent of
Indian schools from S.'.Mki to $!,ooo.
The amendment was defeated.
The old sectarian question In con
nection with Indian schools was raised
by Mr. (iear, who offered an amend
ment providing: "It Is hereby declared
that It Is the purpose of this act thut
no money herein appropriated shall hu
paid for education In sectarian schools,
und tho secretary of the Interior is
hereby authorized and required to
tnaku nil needful rules and regulations
to prevent tho use of said funds In sec
A !oint of order wus made against
this amendment by Mr. Trucey, on tho
ground that It changed existing law,
and tho chair sustained tho point. Tho
house then adjourned,
,n Iiieriiitliiry llaiiueil.
Moniiok, I.a., Juno 13. Wednesday
night llres were discovered in two va
cant houses. Itloodhoiinds wcru put
on the trull of the party who had done
the work. After making u circuitous
route, they went to tho house of a
white mini iinmed J. II. Day, a party
who has been strongly susjicclcd of
having donu such work before. Cir
cumstantial evidence pointed conclu
sively to him us having been tho Incen
diary. Day was arrested and put In
Jail. I.uter In the night he was tukuu
out and hanged to the llntb ot u tree.
fullm hi I'nrt Worth,
l'onr Woiitii, Tux., Juno 13. yester
day A. J. Anderson, wholesale dealer
In electrical and swrtlug gissls uml
cutlery, executed a deed of trust for
thu licni'llt of creditors, made to secure
debts amounting to 811. mm. Unsecured
liabilities will swell thu amount of this
failure lietween 30,iiuo und feWi.ooQ; as
sets not over Sto.ooa
Jkitkiisox C'iiv, Mo., .In no 15. Oov,
Stono yesterday morning appointed II.
Itolltns a meuilior of tho hunl of cura
tors to the state university, vlcu John
S. Clnrkvm. resigned.
At MIt'-li"ll. In 1 , J. U llrct. wns ro
nominate I for r mrrcsi b the demo
crats of tliu 'ictioad dbtri.t wituaut op-position.
Sovornl Explosions Tnlco Plnco In
an Austrian Mlno.
AT LEAST TWO HUNDRED KILLED.
A Mtlle lloy'a Nrek llrnken lit it-ltunaway
and Scleral Others Inlurril-Aii Altlil-
lou Jeweler round Dtad In
Tnnri'Att. Austrian Silesia. Juno In.
A terrible dlsnstJr. Involvlmr ureal
In the mines, the most disastrous of tho
spread In nil directions. l'ourteen
bodies havu already been recovered,
There were five distinct explosions,
The galleries of the mines are still on
lire, and it is believed thill the major-
itv of tlie bodies will be consumed.
During the 101 years In which the
Karw In mines have been in existence
there hnve been many disastrous ex
plosions In them. The last one was In
March. IS3. when 105 men were killed,
The mines uruin twosccltuusuntl have
au annual output of" Tll.il tons. Most
of the eoal is consumed in Vienna. All
the shafts are provided with the most
modern ventilation nnd safety nppll
uncos, including double doors, con
necting thu working shafts with the
air shafts, and oil lumps of the Mussel
ler system, The rninzlslot shaft Is
i'sii meters deep and connects by pas
sages with the Johannes shaft, which
Is 333 meters deep.
It Is expected that the fire will con
tinue to burn at least eight days, as it
did In iss.-,, Count Von I.urlsoh, the
ow tier ot tho mines, was In the village
yesterday, nud persowilly superintend
ed the work of rescue. The party con
sisted of several foremen, olllclals and
miners, of whom one overseer, two
head miners, one otllclal, nnd ten min
ers were killed by ensuing explosions.
The men whocsoaiicd from the burn
ing mines stnte thut the explosions
originated through dynamite blasting
by a miner. Mich blastlngwiis against
the rules, hut the rules were disobeyed
by the miner In order to snu himself
Ills NM'K linoKKN'.
ItlciiMoxn. Mo.. Juno 111. One of the
saddest accidents In local history oc
curred In tills cltyTliursduy afternoon.
A party slarted out to Cloud Springs,
4 miles west of here, to siiend the day
In the woods. While passing the de
sit tiie team became frightened nnd
started to run. The driver. I.cstcr
Kiehards, was thrown out ttiid run
over by the wheels of the wagon, but
was not dangerously hurt. The horses
continued their mad eureer and one
block further Hurl D.ivls. thu H-yeitr-old
sou of IMItor Sam Davis, of tliu
Ulchmond Conservator, was thrown
from the wagon uml instantly killed.
At the time the team was running
over a railroad crossing und when the
little fellow fell out Ills head eaiue In
contact with n rail, crushing his skull
nml breaking his neck. A short dis
tance further the team was stopis'd.
Tho three children of 11. It. Williams
were injured, hut none fatally. Mrs.
Manly, unnlhcr occupant of tiiu wagon,
lies in a dangerous condition resulting
from nervous prostration,
lolNIl IIKAII IX A CI1CKK.
Atchison, Kan., June 10. Joseph
Jacobs, it Jeweler of this place, left
homo Wednesday morning for the pur
pose of going hunting, and, not return
ing, n search was Instituted for him.
Ills clothing was found on thu hank of
n creek about 4 miles south of Atchison
Into yesterday evening, and tholioily
ot the dead man taken out of tho stream
u short time ufterward. A dog which
Jacobs took with 111 nt was lying on Ills
uiastcr'sclothes when found, A son of
Jacobs was drowned In tho samu creek
about u year ago.
Imlliiii Siliool clillilreu.
Wasjiinoton, Julio 10. A provision
nf tho Indian appropriation hill, which
wus adopted In committee of tho whole,
prohibits all Indlnn children from at
tending nuy school more tint ti 10 miles
from their reservation until they have
gone to the school provided for tlioiu
nt homo at least four years, 'I Ills pro
vision nt tho bill. If it Is enacted Into it
law, will havu the ulfeet of reducing
tliu number of Indians sent away to
eastern schools und very materially In
creasing their homo education. There
Is n growing sentiment In favor of edu
cating thu Indians ut homo us far as
huprenii, lnllfn of Workman,
Han 1'iiancisco, .lunu 10. Tho su
premo lodgn of A. O. V. W. resumed Its
session yesterday. The principal busi
ness at tho morning session wus the
consideration of a reiirt from u special
committee favoring nil appropriation
to assist weak jurisdictions. This wus
one of the recommendations tiitulu by
(iruud Muster shields In his report.
Tliu proposition met with considurablii
opposition on the lloor. hut It was
passed by a haudsoino majority.
t itnieu Hill Iti'iHirleil,
Wasiiinoton, Juno 10. Senator
lllackhurn, from tho committee on ap
propriations, yesterday resirted the
post olllcu appropriation bill. It enr-
r cs ss,,.iii,wj w tu 11, is (ji txj oss
t oil. in . iioiiwoMi, mii. iuas inaii
the estimates, and f,.',s'is,s3l less than
tho estimated po -till revenues.
I ilU I lllllfa) sr., u uiii' ' - HVII
III f IntlnnatltlieBtrlklfigenrpentcrs, SIO.OW building of tho Territorial Agrl
by it de l-b1vole ha .'0 declared oil the cuu.ural collcjo at Stillwater wits dcdl
t.tr c which has paralyze 1 the build- .cstcd yesterday, ox-Chief Justice II. 11.
o'j trade there for llvo weeks. I Qrocn tlollvcrlug tho uddxets. I
STATE OF TRADE, i
At Now York Doot and Shoo Bhope
WOOLEN MILLS CLOSING RAPIDLY.
Hrnrrlty of Orilrrn 1 lie I'h.im t'nlton Oootli
ArruiiiiiUtliiK Ulti'itl tt I'rmtUni IIIrIi-
r HutlnrM NnrriMv I'Hllurc
fur the Week.
Nr.w Yohk. June 1(1 It. U. Dim A
Co.h Weekly ltevlew of Truile wiyhS '
The Mtrtke vt Ml uml noun coal mlnrr will
nil Monday, whervtrr tho mithorUy mul ml
tlcootihflr KiMicral ormmltfttlon can rmllt.
fttiil there U lltllo room toiiouMlhtM'iml famine
Vlll then Ih-kIii tu iibiite. Hntm ttino imM
e In pie before rHipille. of fuel will mntilcuU
u-orkM l reiume that Ihwh no other rviion tor
sutpentllniriiroxluctlon. Tho nettml output o(
pi if Iron weekly Juno t iti ft!,M7 ton, KiriitnH
IM.7.W April I, ami 171 a tir into, but tho
reduction of SH.M-Muiii In urnoM ttovkft hull
oalcB n quantity iimrly double the output Un
been tnken for consumption. I
At New York toot urn) hhon nhop huvn
ttoppcJ, but fchlptm'Mi from tliu em l are 10
IMr rplit lnriisp fur tun tlitia f iir Ihiin 1nt
year The u mntid N inntnlv contlnctl to low- tie In, It hrulU'iuuti, wan nn tnp nf tho
prlciHl iruii(t ntul Iih recently been more tiur- trnlli ulii'ii tt went over, but emu led
r7,o.Tnn'n,,t0,c.o.,,,r,,,U..y. Ill,' ' - r,ll.t ear wholly un
Htirrted rurecly nnyhntv orlern to occupy ltijuri'ii.
them tM)uml July 1 hi iiK-n' vreiir. but In the It is thought the obstruction wan
uVumml for 0re mU a wmiewhit l'tirr ilm'el upon tliu tritek lv train it- to
tone l irceplblo. Sulenof m l. two wk
huo been ft.tLM.fiHl imiuiuN, nirtilii-.t 3 (W7,I7H bmt
yenr itinl 1l.l'. im In iwi, Tho Sew York uml
rhltndetphlii murkelH nre dull nml nt ItoMnn
Wmtrrn ImlJrrs mus-ur lilMrillnii liuihcr , "" "ciwccu mo .uonne .m iiiiiii itilll
prices tliun oaa at present tin trullicd la eut- road Co. and the conductors, llremen,
rrn iimrkcU I truliiiuon and switchmen ot suld com-
rMrthsr concisions tmv. not enUrircd His ,ulll). ,,.,,,,,.,.,1 ,l,.0M,m reconnncud
ili'inund for cuttoa kisnIs, and thu rcrenl ri'isirt I , ,. . , . .
ii,i r,.tni..n I,,,. s,.l ii.t .,.i, Ilf reduction f 4 per cent, for a
ill. Ik, he tiaseil umn return from only the ' pcilod of four months from .1 it lies 1,
morn fortunate nilllH. Tlinl ir.sl ure iirru.nu- sii, after which tho wages existing
luilmt Urtl.leni l.iit.alos liute been distinctly prior to Juno I, Hill, shall bo restored
Itnprtwisl with the sivithcr. I V . in . t i i .1 1 1 , .,
WI1e.1t Is only a fraction hlhcr. Iks cuports '' r ' '" l"'r'"'1 ""'J eolitlnued (midl
and ordinary nmiinniitlon fortlir tour li.ithm nllely thereafter unless sixty days' 110-
slready exceeded the yotrrnuient estimate of tleo shall be given by either party do
la.t jrar's crop by lil 1MI.1MM hu.krls. We.t- hl.n), change front these conditions,
iru riTelptH tor His week hate been I. Hit"! ,.,,. ', . . , . ? 1 .11.,
busliel.. nit I J Itil Ml last jear. and Ailnntlo . ' '"' decision I la-en accepted by thu
ripnrt. onlyWHWui busliel.. analnst i.ta i7 1 company and its j-inployes.
last jrnr fiitlon lias jliMed a fruition, und I (ravtlord Will Itiio.rr.
llierr.ittiifiiereiiyi'bytlit.nnaiielalt'lironlrlo ,...',....,,,,' ,, ,. ,
Indicates an liuieaso of HOI per cent. wllU . '' IM . Mo., Jtlliu 10.-Unltod
prisi'ctilctlilcillyinoref!itoraulotlianui-sr Stales Deputy Marshal llinwn. who
ao. I was with A. II. Crawford, cashier of
XVhllo business I, narrow, Ii I. cniiiisinithe. thu .Vntlonat bunk of Sprlngllehl, Mo..
ly free from Kisses Uy falluro. for the liabilities , , ,, ,, , ,.
reimried In failures for the llrst week of Juno w,1" '"' "tie inpte.l to commit suicide
croonli r.'COTjKs. of shleli I7.IH were of "i 'he law olllceof lloyil &. Delaney hi
manufaeturliis and tl.sriA'ill or tradlnir eon- ,
terns. Tho SKsriyais liability thus far re-
"tin tu luiiurw 111 luiiy wriu itii iim ,ii,
of whlcl. t.MtsaiS ero of mauiifacliitlni, and
tVM,Miit trading enncernn. Thu nutnlwr nf
falluren thU work huvi) been MJ In th UtiKetl
Statet, uifitlnst SI3 In- t j ni r. ami forty In fun
aJa, flifalnit thirty-four Inal yrur. .
ly I'milid enr Kr.lli.. Mo., with the
Skull Cm. bed.
St. I.oi'is, June 10. Tho body of lieu
Oliver Clnrk, thu prominent hoard of
truile broker who has been missing
from this city since last Sunday, was
discovered In thu river nenr l-'estus,
Mo., yesterday. The coroner's jury
which held thu Inquest found a verdict
that Clark came to his death hy vio
lence, his skull hnvlng been crushed In.
Two large pieces of slag were found In
the pockets of his coat, but everything
of value lunl been taken from tliu dead
Arritjvd Him In 11 Mother Hubliiiril,
Wichita, Kim., Juno 10. When W.
I., llrown. the iHipullst editor of it
Kingmiiu paper, returned houiu Tlitirs
duy night from thu people's party stuto
convention, ut which hu hud bitterly
op)niscd tile resolution indorsing thu
pension constitutional uincniliiicut, 11
large lnuly of woman sullraglsts met
him at the ilcil nnd us soon us he left
the train they seized him. nrriiyed him
In it Mowing yellow Mother Hubbard
uml sunboniiet nud compelled him to
march through thu principle streets nt
the heiid of u brass band. Yellow Is
the populist color.
Iron Hall Claim..
IxniANAi'oi.is, Ind.. Juno HI. Judgo
Winters bus decided that all tho claims
filed by llocelvcr I'alloy in thu Iron
Hull case for sick benefits, nnd claims
tqioit warrants drawn but not paid for
sick benefits, are not preferred claims
and should not bo paid. He holds that
the members filing tlieiu shall recelvu
such dividends as have been declared
on the amounts which they havo puld
In on assessments. This decision dis
poses of n bout 300 clulms.
Truln Stealer. Captured.
Jfl.Esnt' no, Col., .lunu 10. Two hun
dred Coxeyltes cupttircd nn east-bound
freight truln ut Dig Springs, whllu the
deputies and United States marshals
wevo hero for dinner. Their progress
enstwns stopped by 11 west-lHiuud train,
und tlioy worn overtaken hy tho depu
ties. They were arrested without re
sistance, und will be taken to Omiihu.
This breaks up the whole crowd.
National I lnaiier.
Wasiiinoio.v, June 10. As tho end
of the fiscal year is only fifteen days
distant, treasury olllclals uru ublu til
glvo a fairly aeuurntu estimate of the
net results of tliu treasury's operations
for thu year. Up to this time the re
ceipts uggregato SUl.!,2i)l,7il, and the
illslmrs'imelits S350, 11)7,337, leaving n
dellult for tho eleven and a half months
Hiilrtdn of u rroiiilnent Tanner.
Alton, Kun Juno 10. Chirk Smith,
a farmer near Woodston, Hooks county,
committed sulcidu yosterday by shoot
ing himself through tho heart. Decora,
tlou day ha tried laudanum, but an
overdose snvod IiIiil I'lnancta! troubles
nnd hard times ure tho cause. He was
a member of thu (fraud Army and Odd
III In.iirrd II. Itl.kl,
TorKitA, Kan., Juno 10. Superin
tendent Snider, of tho Kansas Insur
ance department, has been notified thut
the Guardian I'lre nnd I.lfo Insuruucu
Co., of I-oii'lon, which recently with
draw from business In America, has
rerillllr(.a uU lu rWc, i this state with
r(f,ir,i nr8 Insurance Co.
Agrlrulu-.l follre li.llruil.
1 film itinf llr Jmwi 1H'l'tui nattt
WRECKED BY TnAMPS.
A lln-.-mirl.l A N.irllioru IrrUtit IlrrnllM
hihI Out AImii till letl.
AriioiiA, Mtt., June lil. - A tntln of
ftuir freight eiif niitl a eilxMino on the
(iirenlielil .t Northern routl wan
ureekeil by rockn plneed uon the
truck at Muuilay cut, 3 inlteH north
of Mount Vernon, anil thrown tlouu u
l'lreinuu Jnek White mil son hletl to
ilea tit. Engineer Uheiu va Imilly
lmriieil, hut will recover. 11111 piam-
..,.,.,.. ...., wIhlinil iwihMMiirer truln.
Srllleil by Arhltriitlmi.
St. Loi'is. .limn lit. 'I'lu, lwitsl nf
""Itrntlon apdnted to adjust differ-
thatcttv vesterdav, arrived In thtselty
t)l, mi,'r'g. nu r,.,Mirtfd to Marshal
el. II .. ii i i ii a.
SI" "V "'t ''', " "'"'"" "'"'. ""'
ine millet mini 1110 pistol
w Ith which he shot himself entered the
left breast, but penetrated uunu of tho
TliTil of llrrikhirldlto.
I.r.MMiloN, Ky.,.liine 10. Tho Chesa
peake .V Ohio rallroiul, of which llrcck
Inrlilge & Shelby have besn attorneys
forbears, hnve become dissatisfied wit it
llreckliirlilge ns they believe hu has
lost his usefulness and Is now it posi
tive disadvantage to tho rond. The
talk here is that his services will be
dlsjieiised with us soon us It can hu
done without undue haste. President
Iligulls Is said to havu determined upon
riiii.toii-Monre Contest (Hie. Oter.
Wasiiinoios, .lime, 10. Itcptibllcun
members ot thu house committee on
elections resorted to filibustering tuctlca
yesterduy to prevent 11 report being
ugreed upon In the I'uiistoii-Mooro con
test from the Second Kansas district.
As two democratic members ure out of
town, the committee could not muster
it quorum without the republicans.
Strlikeu oil 11 Nlrrct Car.
Maiiocmii:. Mich., June 10. Capt.
Smith Moore was stricken with apo
plexy while riding on it street cur lieru
this iiioriiluguiul died almost Instantly.
Ho wns 11 high degreo inuson, it mem
1st of Oriental cominandery Knights
Templar, of Cleveland, und Ahmed
Temple, Mystic Shrine, of Marquette,
und wus ulso it prominent odd fellow.
His ago was nboitt 03 yeurs.
Mr Inttall. Will Stump Ksn.a..
ArciitsoN, Kan,, Juno 10. John J.
Ingalls has received lttcratlvo olTers to
tukuchtirgu uf 11 metroHilltnn nows
pitiwr us eiMtor-lii-chief nod leaves for
New York to-day to confer with the
managers. Ho expects, however, tu
actively participate In the campaign
under thu directing of tho republican
state central committee.
Mr, I'bi'lp. riit'ou.tliMia.
I.xw.i-.wiioii, N. .1., .lunu HI. There
Is no chaiigu III tho condition ot ex
Minister William Walter I'lielps. Harml
ess von Uotteiibtirg, bis daughter, ar
rived from (Icruiuny to-day and at onco
went to her father's home. Hu wus in
it condition of ciiuin, from which It Is
ImjMishlhlo to arouse him.
Two Yiintiif Nl.ler. Urowiied.
Wii.maii, Minn., Juno 10. Three
daughters of l.iutnu Vove. went out on
Twin lako lust evening In a leaky boat
without oars. Ouu of thu girls bucamo
frightened nud Jumped Into tho water,
ller sister tried to save her and both
were drowned. A third sister drifted
lira. In. Mlmuii Oullly,
Nkw Yiiiik, Juiiu 10. Urustus Wl
man, thu noted ox-magnate and Cana
dian union advocate, was found guilty
with it recommendation to mcruy by a
Jury to-day. llu was charged with
having forged Mr. Ilulllnger's nuuionn
it note for 3,000, given by It. O. Dun &
ratal Colli. Ion lletweeu Ithlers.
Savannah, Mo., June. 10. This
morning Archie Honey und William
Hancock, riding horseback on the
main street, collided with full force,
lloth riders were thrown to tho ground
und Honey's leg wus broken while
Hnncock wus fatally injured Internal'
Niril Coleridge ll.uil.
London, June 10. Lord Chief Jus
tlce Coleridge died yesterday, lie was
unconscious for it few hours buforo his
death. Ills sou, llcrnurd, will succeed
hhn In thu iH.-eruge,
Kansas Wr.t I'lilut ApiM.hitnieut..
Wasiiiniiiun, June 10. Cadet ap
pointments to West l'oliit havo been Is
sued us follows; C. W. Otwoll, Inde
pendence, ICnn.j Clay Allen (ultuxnato),
bilere's Fraternal Societies.
A l'. AND A. JI.-IlcnoYntciit Ixjitje, No.
, M, nieetinrst uml tlilrd Momlay ere.
nltiKt In eneli inimlh nt klswialo usll.cornrr
Third mill L'ednr. JuliliM.UIslMUcr, W, M.i
J. I.. Wurlcy, scciolsry visiting l.rctfirru
WnniiMKN nr AUcnini-
ivi I'ampNo. lew, meets every Krldaynlght
of each month In K, of I', hall, vl.ltlnr
nisltr lilwira walnniiin t I. Iti.uanl f tt i.
snip No. Km, meets every Krldsy night
J. Murphy, Clerk. ' ' ' ' '
-"ItANIl AltMS" OF THK UKI'UIILIO
VJ Abilene IMst Nasi, tneeta nt tbs (Ma
Ivllowa' ball, second and fourth Monday
evenlnitaorTOeh month. All comrade, aro
Invlle.l loi.ieet wllhll.. 11,11, Hetriter, I',
O.I. W. 8. Andorsn, Adjutant.
WOMAN'S UKl.tKf COItl'S-No. CJ,
nussta alternato Wnlnsaday after.
noons at 2:V) o'clock In K. of 1'. ball. Mri,
Mary K, l'nul, president! Mra. O.J I'rtrrt,
sec ruts ry.
NtllKNT OIlDKIt ItNITKO WOflKMKM
AllllnllA I.imIi.1, Nil D .nn.ta ...
Illiradav nvFiilmr In tbn Itnl'irbt.nr Pvtlilaa
nan 1.. j. uray, M, w.; Ulchard Waring,
TNDKl'KNDF.NT OIlllKIl DIM) fKLLOWA
I Western II011111 bslue, No, 60, Meets evory
Tiie.clay ereiilnn In o.lil Fellow.' hall, Ofll.
cersi Noblndrand, Owl. KtberlliKlont fteo-
elnry, I., I.lps. VUltlnir brethren cordially
OOVAI. AllOII IIAMINS-llyrut Clispter,
No.'A iiiH'ta In Masotilo ball un tbo
serum! and fourth frldays of each month.
It. II. Jacob., It, IV, J. 1.. Wurlcy, secre
HIIKU K A ST KILN HTAU-Abllone Clitp
trrlll. int'etd In thn klawinlo hall oil
tlrtHiul Hit nl Tiiettrinv nvpnhiiri nf each
iiiunth. Mm. Mary M. Null), Worthy Mat
run. Mlis lllancliu KrU, eeietftry.
PailWay Time Jables.
No.l-Nlnht KipreM J:.VIn.lii.
No, 7 l.lmlted Kipress 1:8.111,111.
No. lJ-lrelilllt 4:40 s.iu.
No. 11 Krelvat 0 .US a.m.
No. 3-Kan.ai City Fait Mall 1:.1 a. in.
No 8 blmlled express ...ll:D0it.uu
No. 14-rrelKbt a:40 p,m.
Nu, It-Stock r relKbt ,7110 p. lu.
Dally except Hunday.
ATUHISON.TOPKKA K SANTA KE.
l'liMCnger dally Q 00a. lu.
Accommodation daily 1'i.fio p. ill,
I'n.seuffpr dally. 1-45 p.iu.
iccotniiKxlnllon dally t 'ii p. lu.
i 13 p. tu.
.0:40 p. in.
11 10 a. in.
All riantu ro trains dully oicrpt Sunday.
Nn.&1 boenl Frelttlit nnd iicculil.,ll:18a. in.
No. 37-UlilcaKo Mall and Kxpro 0:18 p,m.
No. 01 Mall nnd Kiproaa II Its. in.
No. laical rrelltbt unit nccotn.... 0:19 p.m.
raaaimgcr trains run dally. Freight trains
dally except Hunday.
1'aaaenirer No. SOI
TbroilKh PrelKbt, No. 5W.. ..
Through rrolKht, No. 216
Pas.eniter No. Vtl
Way Kridxht Ko. tin
Way FrrlKhtNo, Ila
,6:84 p. m.
8:53 s. in.
,.10:14 ft. m.
....3:40 a, tn.
T. E. DEWEY,
.ltoiiioy nt In,-v,
Olllcu over Ablleno Nntloiutl bank.
BTAMDAUOH & HURD,
Attorneys - at - Law,
J. N. BURTON,
TlMMilflcht iiurtlotucr In IHeklnson conuty
NiilUriu'lloii KU(iriuilci'l 11 ml term ruanou
iibtt. Will cry ujiI.'h miywhcru. Turin -uloa
ateptrlalty. IIuih1, Jvhii-hm. COtf
Surgeon Qynecologisi and Oculist
l'n.ctlcatltnltfsl toRurRory. Snrfftcal Dli
cumid, l)Uuuiiu of Women und DUoovoa ox
RENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Qlvea special nttentlon to Ooileo
UonB, buys and sells Foret
and IJomeatlo Exchange
Nogotiatoa Mortgago Loans
S11 bn.n.atimrtlT attanitsil to
Sonictliue ago I wns troubled with
nn attack of rheumatism, I used
Chamberlain's l'ulii Halm and was
cumiili'tuly cured, I hitvo slnco ad
vised many ot my friends and cus
toiiicr to try tliu remedy and all
speak highly of It. Simon Golbaum,
Sail l.tils Key, Cal. For sale by J. II.