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For 40 Years
-. The People's
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 287.
KANSAS CITY, FEUHUAUY I, 1893.
JMtlCI. I'lVI. (MOTS.
FIGHT WITH BANDITS
DusrunATi. hatti.k with hihm.v
JlltOTIIHItS NHAIt CHt.COTAH.
SEVENTY-FIVE SHOTS FIRED,
a mm.HiNCJ itrnNi:n witiiki:iiou:m:
to him.oimii: thi:m.
THE MEN FINALLY CAPTURED.
onu or Tin: outlaw m:ittoi;si,v
woumii:i) iiy tiii: orricints
In tlm Mclo Two of Ibn Hrputlr. Were
MIMly Wounded lij Mint Prom thu
Sliedlj-V (liin-Prlcitiir Will
llu Talern to l'nuticu
Checotah, I. T., Teb. 3. Sheriff W. V.
Lake, of Pawneo counts-, O. T ami
posse, consisting of Deputy Sheriff
r. Jl. Cnton and Dp, Wand,
of Pawnee, Deputy Marshal Dean llo
Ean, of MuxkoKce, Deputy Marshal
John McCane anil Hobert McCnnt, of
Checotah, ntndo an Important capture
of Will and John Shelly, alias Tierce,
ten miles east of here to-day. The
Shelly brothers, who were held for
prand larceny, broke jail at Slinsvneo
September C last. AVhen captmed they
had In their possession seveial paddles
and harness which have been claimed
by citizens of Checotah. They were ap
prehended In a house owned by Sterling
Hood, who know nothing of their tcpu
tatlon as criminals, and when ordered
to sut render they opened fire, wounding
Deputy McCane and Dr. Uland slightly.
The olllcers returned the lire, shooting
"Will Shelly through the legs. Coal oil
was procured and the house was set
on flic. After about seenty-flvo shots
were filed and seeing that all hope of
escape from the flames and the deter
mined olllclals was gone, thoise two
desperate men suirendered, and were
brought to Checotah. Sheriff Lake and
his posse will leave here to-morrow with
his prisoners and will ttavel overland to
Pawnee. The sheriff and his entlro
posse are entitled to great credit for
strategy and bravery In this capture.
PLATE GLASS COMBINATION.
Colonel Conger Ailmlts That Me-pH Aro lie.
lug Taken to That i:iul.
Washington, Feb. 3. Colonel A. L. Con
ger, of Ohio, proprietor of the Diamond
1'lnto Glass Company, having large plants
at Kokomo and Klivood, Intl., arrled to
day from Philadelphia. Itumois having been
In circulation concerning tha plate glass
people coming together, a reporter of the
Associated l'ress asked Colonel Conger If
the reports were true, "Yes," replied the
colonel, "we have held a seiles of meetings
during the past three months, giving tho
mutter considerable attention. The em
fa urasslng question has been on the matter
cf capitalization. Our whole line of thought
has been In the direction of leduclug the
present values of properties down to a
basis of t0,lit,0oi). We hue llnally de
cided to make an effort on these lines. The
business of the country Is llki'ly to be done
on a lower plane and hence we have agreed
upon tho h.ibls of $10,000,000. This plan, we
believe, will add conlldenee and strength
to our stock and securities and enable us
to manufacture plate glass at the lowest
cost and stop farther demorallzitlou of
our business and assute us as far as possi
ble a permanent protection to our i ibor,
Wn ilnil the l'lttsuurg l'l.ito Clluss Com
pany has decided to extend Its business
and Increibc Its facilities by the intro
duction of new and cheapening processes
wlil( h wilt aid in diminishing the cost. We
intend to ao!d an) thing In the nature of
a trust and have deckled to conditionally
accept the ptoposltlon from them to pui
rhise outright the several ptopertles of
the seeial companies. They will enlarge
their capital stock to SIO.OuO.Oui in order
to c.iri.s out tlds piopositlon. If the own
ers of other properties accept their propo
rtion, the plan will be carried out."
A SENSATION AT THE HUB.
An Old Ibnpl.ijo of the Itnst.m Postolllco
.Vrie.t.'il for llobblng tlm
noston, rob. 3. Major McDonough, as.
(lstant superintendent of tho delivery de
puitinent of the Ilostcm postolllce, was ai
rested icsterdiiy ch.uged with stealliii
money and letteis from tho in. ill. Ho wis
taken before I'nlted States Commissioner
Picket and held In J1.000 bonds tor tho
I'nlted States ourt, lie Hecured a bonds
man Major MolJonough's arrest caused a
Fi'iis.itlou, as he had hem a trusted cm
ploso ol tho poslollica since 1FG1. On Sit
urday a decoy letter was ent through
the mills by Chief Inspector lloynton.i ou
tlining mirUed mone). When thu lettet
reaeheil McDonough's desk It dls.tpne.ueil.
McDonough then broke down anil admitted
Ids guilt, after hulng been be irehed and the
money found In Ids pocket. He would clvo
no explanation of the cause of his action
have been widely imitated, there
fore our friends roust bo cautious.
A purchment wrapper slmilur to
ours may cover cheap and un
satisfactory goods. Tho truo and
may bo distinguUlied by our Silver
Churn trade mark nnd the words
"Silver Chum" executed in silver
leaf ou ouch wrapper. None gen
uine without thij Silver Churn
The Silver Churn trade
mark on each wrapper it our
guarantee of excellence,
rmour Packing C
Kansas City, U, S. A.
Geo. H. Bueckins
ACItOsS '1 UK
He Is M c.tr old, Is n volenti of the war
and Is a member of several secret socie
ties Iteeentty several tellers have been taken
from the nmll In the poslolllee and nn in
vestigation was started ximc time ago,
CHICAGO INA FERMENT.
ltrport Unit the ( tilr.irn Had llrrn Mghtril
I mi. id n (Irint I urnre,
Chicago, Peb. 3. The rumor that the
hull of the lost steamer, C'hkorn, had been
sighted oil South Chicago caused tho
greatest excitement to-diy In this rlty.
Tugs were sent out In putsitlt of what a
number of observers had declared was the
Heating hull, and when darkness came on
this evening the lake was being (enrolled
In tho hope that the story would prove
true. Tho report lhat the wrick of tho
missing steamer had bicn seen t cached the
city through tho medium of the lire de
partment. It was telephoned to Chief
Sssenlo's olllee rroin South Chicago by
Captain M. J. I'owors, of engine company
No. 71, which Is located at South Chicago.
Shortly before 11 o'clock In the forenoon
tho attention of Captain Towers was call
ed to a dark object far out In the ltl.e and
nbout opposite the mouth of tho Calumet
river. The object, a long black lino like
the hull of a vesel, toe and fell with the
swell of the sea. 'I lie rumor sprout In
South Chicago that the wreck of tho Chi
corn was In view' nnd In a very short time
crowds gntheted nlong thu shore and
glasses were focued on tho object, which
was dilftlng rapidly toward the southeast.
Captain I'owirs sent a message to the
chief of Hie department. The lire boat,
Calumet, was "-eat out early in tho aft
ernoon, and a number of other tug, among
them the Protection and the Morford, left
the mouth of the Chicago river and steam
ed as fust as possible to South Chicago to
seareli for the wreck. In the meantime an
effoit was made to send out tugs from
South Chicago, but It was unsuccessful on
account of the lee. 'I lie lire boat, Chicago,
was llng In the Calumet, but between It
and the open lake was over half a mile of
liver froen from bank to bink, tho Ice
being several feet thick. The Chicago
could mike no impression upon the ice.
It was afterwards Joined by the tugs,
Holiday and Heisler, but the three com
bined were unable to make any headway
uud the attempt to reach the lake was
given up. While these efforts were being
made, the supposed wreck had passed out
of sight. When last seen It vvns In a mass of
tlonttng Ice, which was being carried by
the current toward tho southern end of
the like. Its couise being slightly toward
At 4 o'clock In the afternoon the Ualtl
more & Ohio railroad offered to placu a
train at the service of the authorities to
carry rescuing parties to the stations along
Its line in Indiana, which are close to the
lake. Captain Jenkins and a detail of po
licemen and several Hremen from tne south
Chicago companies availed themselves of
the offer of tho railroad company nnd
shortly after I o'clock nn engine and one
car started for Miller, Intl., which lies
close to the lake, nnd is about ten miles
east of Whiting. It was believed from the
direction In which the supposed wreck was
drifting when last seen from South Chi
cago that it would come ashore In the
neighborhood of Miller. Captain Powers,
in an Interview", described the supposed
wreck as a long black line against the
white Held of Ice.
During the dtv there was great eclte
ment In South Chicago. Hundreds climlKil
to the tops of their houses In order to get
a view of what they believed to be the
wreck of the Chlcora. Along the shoie as
far as 100th street, the crowds stood in tho
bitter eold wind and the blinding snow
storm which began In the lntttr nrt of the
afternoon. When It began to grow dark
a crowd of several hundred ou the shore
at Ninety-eighth street built a huge beacon
llio in tho hope of attracting the attention
of the people on the supposed wreck, If
any of them were alive. All sorts of ru
mors were circulated through the town nnd
scores of persons could be found who saw,
or said they saw', living men on the wreck
nnd walking about on the ice which sur
rounded It. Some had counted the men,
and the number varied fiom fifteen to
thlitv-tlve, or nine moio than the crew mid
passengers of the missing stonmei There
weie some who said they had seen tile
men on the wreck making signals, nnd had
even heard shots tired ns nn appeal for
help. None of these stories could be veii
lliil, nnd they were tnt.illj nt variance
with the testimony of the polico and tug
men and others who had watched the Moat
ing object through glasses
Captain Jenkins, of the Vessel Owners'
Towing Company, nt 9'TO p m leported the
tug Perfection had Just returned from the
search and, ituotlng Captain Consaurs
wonls In making his it port. Captain Jen
kins said. "We found nothing at all; saw
nothing but sen gulls anil diift lee"
A repoit js. however, in circulation, com
ing from Miller, Ind , to the effect that
some persons at that place not onlv hnss
tho wreck, but could make out the name
Chlcora, but this Is not verities!.
A, 0. U. W. TROUBLES IN IOWA,
'llio "rovill" Cn.nil Lodge Has I lied nil
AllHlld.d Allsss.r to .luilgo
lltistett's He. Nlou.
Dubuque, In, Teb. 3 In tho case of the
grand lodge of tho A. O. U W. of Iowa, to
enjoin tho "loyal" grand lodge from using
tho name, maintaining suboidln.ite lodges,
ordetlng insm.uiee or other business la
Iowa, Judge limited thirty davs ago bus
talned plaintiff's demnric- to defendant's
answer and gave defendant thirty davs in
which to elect whether to appeal or to
amend Its pleadings. Defendant has tiled
nn amended answer which simply sets
forth with added emphasis the contention
In tho original answer that defendant is
essentially a fiatctnnl nnd benevolent or
ganization and that its insurance featuto is
Defendant's counsel announced that If a
demurrer to the umended nnswer be sus
tained defendant will appeal to the state
supreme eouit, and If beaten tlicte to tho
federal supremo court: also that a meeting
of tho supremo otllcer and counselots of
many other frateinal societies and of sev
eral oil life insurance toinpinles was held
In Chicago two weeks ago. at which It was
decided to nsslst the "loyalists" In tills
light: also that those societies have in Iowa
.'uO.Oirt members whoso policies of insurance
will bo vitiated should Judge Husted's ac
tion bo bustaliiul Among the societies
mentioned ns Interested In tho nvtrthiow
of this decision are tho Hed Men, Independ
ent Older of roresters, Modern Woodmen,
Knights of Pvllil-is and V. A S PntPinlls,
all of which In Iowa aro chartered by mi
preme lodges In other stntei. However,
Judge Ilusteil's decision tspressly states
that fraternal societies aro not subject to
tho liisutaucn laws of Iowa, nnd cites the
Knights of P thlas as an example of ,i fta.
tenia! bocletv It is nl-o the fact that lilt
old life Insurance companies doing business
In this btate have conformed to the Insur
ance laws of low a.
BIG HEGIRAJ0 MEXICO.
Large N'iiiiiIh is of Colored 1'eoplo Prepar
ing to li to the houthuru
New Orleans, I.a Teb, 3. A party of 300
negroes nrilv'ed over the Queen & Cres-
ent tills evening. They enmo In n spcel.it
train which lett IHrminBliam last night,
Tho negroes are the lltst of a largo party
of perhaps (0,000 who will pass through tho
city during the next few months en loutc
to Mexico. Tho Mexican Colonization Com.
panj, having headquarters in .Mexico, has
seemed large coneesslons of the Mexican
government on the Muplno liver, and tiu-se
negroes me being Impoited to rulse cof
fee. Mr, Peg Williams, agent of the com
pany hi this countty, says that the ne
groes are all anxious to seek new homes,
and that tho low price of cotton has le
sulted in eoirespoudingly deci easing the
wages, creating dissatisfaction among
I'll lining to (inner.
Washington, Feb. 3. Upon Inquiry of Prl
vatu Sceietaiy Thurber ai the White House
it is learned that the president has received
a very large number of letters from proml.
pent citizens, chambers of commerce und
other tinde organizations In all parts of the
eountry. heaitlly indorsing the rec
ommendations contained in his recent mes
sage to eougiess, and recognizing the ne
cessity for immediate action for the pres
ervation of the national credit and public
TO ARMS! TO ARMS!
ttiti: t otTitAiit: fi:iti'i:ritTr.i iiv
china ti'o.v t in: u.Mintt stAii:t.
NAVAL OFFICERS CAPTURED.
I.M t'lttATi:il MOMIALH i:i,i:
I'tttiu nn; niMMiiD.
WHOLE PARTY CARRIED OFF.
maiiim: I'ltou tiii: WAiisim si;m
TO ItHI-AKi: 'IIIIIM AT ANY COST.
Marlling N'ews rri.iu Mi ingl.i.l la Lou.
don It. ports ti (Irovs Outrage
Upon t'nile Nun, Which .Mi.y
1 . ml to Serious
London, IVb. 3. A dispatch from
Shanghai says a. telegram has been re
ceived there from Chin Kiting stating
that olllcers from the American war
ship Concord innded nt Chin Idling
for the purpose of shooting game. They
by accident shot n Chlnuman. The pop
ulace became Infuriated and attacked,
sel.ed and catrled off tho whole party.
The commander of the Concord sent nn
aimed force of blue Jackets nnd marines
to rescue themnt nil hnznrds. rurther
news In tegard to tho affair Is an
Hip News at W'tl.lilllgton.
Washington, l"eb. 3. The repotted
kidnaping of tho olllcers of the United
States ship Concord nt Chin lining, in
China, reached Washington at too late
nn hour to permit It to bo Inquired Into
In naval or diplomatic, circles. Up to 10
o'clock no news on tho subject had been
received by any of tho government otll
cials. Tho news will create a pro
found sensation to-morrow, nnd unless
later teports show that the captured
olllcers are at llbei ty, other vessels will
probably bo hinrled to tho scene.
Knovvlrg tho condition of the Ohlnejo
at tlio present time, nnd the vvny In
which they ate likely to deal with pris
oners, there will be gteat anxiety until
the safety of the patty Is .assured.
A court-martial will probably follow,
as the policy of the United Suites gov
ernment Is to i cquite unusual care In
such coses. A few eats ago a test
totpedo from a United States warship
was exploded by some Japanese who
found it on the UeacliT One of them
was killed, and though tho Japanese
government declined It held tho ollleer
of the warship blameless, theio was a
couit-mat Hal, and the olllcers was
The Concord Is a twin-screw steel
gunboat of 1.710 tons' displacement. She
is commanded by Joseph H. Craig and
has n complement of thltteen olllcets
and ISO men. She atrlvcd at Chin
Kniug last l'ildn.
list of tbe (on.ord's Ofll.ers.
I'ollowlng Is the list of the olllcers of
Coinm.iii.lei Joseph U. Craig, command
ing. I.Ieutinint 1'. S. Prime.
('. A Meirl.im
William S Hogg.
W. A Hill
Ilnslgns Mnrhurj Johnson, C. M. r.aks
and 1, II. Hveihnit
Naval i.ulets Chester Wells, J. II Potter
and A. M i'roetor.
Surgeon W A. McClurg
P.ijmnMei Henry H Smith.
Assist mt Hngineer J, I'. P.ltton,
Cidtt Kngineei J. It. llrads.
The othu- ships now belonging to the
Aslitle station are the II iltlmoie, the
Charleston, Yiuktovvn, Detroit, Mnchlas,
l'etiel nnd Monoeacs Hear Admiral C. c
I'arpi'iitt'i communis the station with the
Itnltliunre as ins ii'igsnip llu win un
doubttdlj net with piomptness.
C'M'll'Iti: OP LIU KI'Ml TAO.
Ports ou Hi it Island lak.Mi by the .laps
After sew io I iglitlng.
London, l'eb. 3 A dispatch fiom Clio
Too to-day states that tho Japanese luivo
cnptuicd tho islnnd of l.lu Kung Tao, oft
Wei Hal Wei. after despei.ito lighting.
The dispatch adds that the Japanese, lleet
maintained a terrlllu llio on tho island forts
for beveral limns. Thu Chinese, gunners
icspondcil spiritedly Sevei.il of thu (Mil.
nese guns vuto disabled towards thu close,
of I Im boiuhaidmcut.
Tho foils vv.ni badly damaged rlnnlly,
wlillo thu .lapaiu.su ships wire still lltiug
at tho Island foils, sW vessils lowered
boats tilled with mailnes, armed with cut
lasses iijul cat bines. The so bo its wero
pulled nshoro In tlm teeth of tho client) 'h
lire, and tho Japanese then eariled all
thu Chinese lutteites successively by sloipi
after iIliiii lighting ,,
Many on both bides weio killed or
wounded. A huge number of prlsoucis
weio taken. Win n tho dispatch left, tlm
Chinese und Japanese liens weiu hotly
London, iMi, 4 A Times dispatch fiom
Tien Tbln mi)S that tho latest news from
Wei Hal Wil shows that half tho northern
foils on tho mainland niu holding out
against Japanese assaults. A Jiipincsu
ship was damaged uud a torpedo sunk
wlillo attempting to forcu the northern
entiauco of tho harbor.
CldiiiM' 1'imiv Told to (in Home.
Hlioshlnia, Japan, Teh. 3 Tho euvo)s
from China, who were sent to negotlito
for peneo with Japan, will lenvn tills eiiy
for Nagasaki to.moiiow. An OMimlimtton
of their credentials invented thu laet that
llio envoys did not have plenaiy power to
tl. at foi peace, and they wero thereupon
told that they had butter iMuru to their
hliieao I It.t Hei.iin.il III.
London, l'eb. I. A Times dispatch from
Wei Hul Wei states that tho Chilli so lliet
mado an attempt to escape fiom the bar
bar, but failed.
I'aptnii. Tailor l!oes Wel.
Washington, IVb. 3.-(Speclal.) Captain
Tn) lor, of the Outhrlo town site poind, left
for the West to-day, after having nude
borne tlnaiiclal arrangements with the sec
retary ot the Interior. In some way the
members of the Uuthrle board had not been
paid for their services for koine time and.
uecordtng to eount, the government was
supposed to be owing Hie board about Sl.MO,
This being arranged for he quit the town.
Kllli d a Man lor a Panther,
nuthrle, (l. T.. l'eb. 3 (Special.) Near
Arlington. Lincoln county, while It. It.
livers was on his wuy to a literary enter
tainment, ho was bhot und killed by Peter
Class, a coloied man. Class claims that
livers tried to scare him by )eljlng like u
panther, and, ill the dark, he mistook him
for a wild animal und shot him. Class Is
llllxiir.l lu Central MUtourl.
Sedalla, Mo., Peb. 3.-(Speelal.) A bilz-
zard has been sweeping over Central Mis-
anin-i this uftemoon. A Strom; wind (ram
U north, accompanied by a llu xlcU0.
snow, nnd n rapidly fullim, t mpetnture,
llnlb atis the rolilest vv.iitli, r nf the win
ter for to night The nun at) h is iltoppcil
"0 lieu-. In the list live hour alul at i
o'eloi k reached zero, and Is vtm fulling,
The ground Is covered with siiihv, almost
ns solid us lie, and the pi ople of this sec
tion of the slate have hn.l till diss nf ex-
elletit sleighing, Hie lnmpst lold period
here for ) e irs.
MORE HAWAIIAN ELOQUENCE.
I'rnhnliltltlcs Are tlm I ntlre Ihii.tlnn Wilt
Ite Iteoppiii.l In the s(Mt.,
Washington, Peb, 3 -The senate will
problbly del ole the week laigil) to the
discussion of the illplamatle and consular
appropriation bill nud the greiter number
of the speeches will he bied upon the
llnnnrlnl situation nnd the tuiln amend
ment fur tin (obstruction of a i aide to the
Hawaiian Islands, which will hi alt prob
ability reopen tho entire Hawaiian ipns
tlon. Tile District of Cohliuhl i bill Will be ills
posed of Moinl ty by agreement
Hennlor Allen etpecls to address the sen
ate on Tuesday on Ids resolution for the
Investigation ot the Alalnnii elections, nud
It Is possible the resolution nuy call out
oilier spei'clies, Thiv are liable to be rut
short, honev.r, by the calling up of Hie
dlplomitlc till, with Its Hawaiian nineiul
meiit, and the possibility of mans spi echrs
on the subject. Aeont.st Is llkelv lietvve.ti
the friends of the luukruptey, iioollng nnd
territorial hills Tor the time which mis
lie nvallibie when the apptoprlatliin bills
and the Allen teohltlons nie not under
eonsldei.itloii, but this will ptubibl) de
pend upon whether the Democratic sl.ir
Ing committee shnll llnd llsiir able to ngtee
upon a re'comineiidatlou The supporters
of the liinkruptc) bill nre still determined
that It shall hold Its pi iei ir possible, while
the supporters of the pooling bill ire Just
ns eager to displace It if the) Und tin op
portunity. Tho probabilities now .lie, hos
evei, that but little if nil) time will be
glsen to dtlicr ot these bills during the
It Is possible the flirincc rninmltlee imv
bring in a leport On some nf the llnnneial
cunenev bills before it on Tuesilny, nud It
It should do so the report mar have the
elTect of adding 'est to the delute on lids
The latter half of the Satunlnv session
sslll b desoteil to eulogies on the lite Sen
ator Stoekbrldge. '
llou.e I'or. . ast.
Tho question of legislation for the n lief
of tho treasury will be again debated In
the linitsi. this sveiilt. The administration
llninclal bill. Introduced in connection with
the president's special mesige. as amend
ed by the committee on banking and out -reney,
will be called up on Tuesilny and,
according to the present piociniiuue, ssill
be debated on Tuesd ly, sVeiln. silay nnd
Thursday. It is not the prist nt Intention
to bring in a special order to close the de
lute ii lid bring the measure to n vote when
the bill Is biought up. but to allow the de
bate to run lor a day or tsso before bring
ing In the order. To-moiiow sslll lie given
to the committee on claims which has been
shut out by the press of business for some
time The remainder of the week will be
devoted to appropri itlon bills, of which
the leglslatlse.nnval and general dellcii ney
are set undisposed of.
A SOLDIER'S FUNERAL.
ll.ipnsliit; ('. re.uoilles nt tbe Obs. qulrs of
Mi.rshit Cnurohcrt In the Hotel
Paris, Toll 3 With state honors the re
mains of .Marshal Cnnrobei t, the last of the
marshals of Prance, were to-day Interred
In the Hotel des Invatides. The fiinei.il of
the great soldier wns made the occasion of
an Imposing military display. Hue de Mart
Ignin, the stieet In which the Cinrob.it
mansion is situated, vsas guarded b) ball
ots nnd deputations Irom vailuus regi
ments, while the route to the Hotel dts In
valldes ssas lined -wltht troops of the Paris
gairlson under the LOmmand of lieneral
baussler. military gdvernoi 01 the capital
The fumr.al cni, sshlcli was richly dee
oi.ited, ssas drawn b) sK hoics The cof
llu ss.is luvtnd sslth the tii-iuloi Clen
erals lilllot, Vegrlei, Jnmnni and Holsdef
fii' nnd Admit lis du Perie and ItlLtuuer
ssere the pillheaiers The band of tin lti
piibllenn Miaul ptisid a funeral in ireh
A saluti1 of s, seuUt'U guns announced
the smiting of the piocesslun to the Hotel
des Ins.illiles Tin son of Maisliai Cm
rob. rt ss.ib tin pilncipal mom in i lie
w-.ilkid dlieetl) In bind the hi us,, and w is
follow, d b) tin ministers nnd a large num.
In r ot geneials and olllclaK.
Along the entin mule theie ssas a ilens(
ciossd, all tlie numbers of sshiiii stood in
r, spectful silt nn' sslth bared heads as ile
flint l .il e.u p.is-,il slowl) along. The lollln
ss.is home Into In, Church ot St liouie,
foimlng a p.ut ot th Hotel des Inv.illdes,
and ihposlttd upon ,i lofty catafalque In
the chinch vv ih n pr sentatlv. s oi Piesi
dent Pittite, ijunii vlctoili nnd othei sov
('aiiliunl III. h ml archbishop of Pails, ,at
teniii d the btislits, but Hie tine of the
puish eeleiiraitil miss, nfter wlilih the
i ollln ssas telle, n to the court of lioiioi , ad
Joining the eliurih Here fiimeinl Xiiilln
den, minister of ssar, delivered mi ni.itioa.
He lefeued to St I) istopol, sslieif, he .saltl,
the blooil shed lis two fills alums aiiseisa
rles w.ib desliind to germinate the senti
ments of niutuil esiium that unite Pianee
and lttisbln to-das (Uneral .urlinilen kiise
a glossing desiiipiltin of -Ma l. -dial Canrob
eit's valor and luioism nnd ehoittd the
tinny to follow Ills . ample.
i'pon the coin hisloit of Ills address the
ttoops rituiei.d the lliml lionors to the dead
and the eollin ssas ih posited untler the
chapel Not a single J.urlng note niiimd
ORDER OF BITH ABRAHAM.
(iri.ud lodge of the s.i. Ictj In s. s.iou in
the ( II) of New vi.rlt,
Nesv Yoik, l'eb, 3 Tito grand lodge of
tho Independent Order of H'rllh Abraham
npcucit Us annual session in Taium ins hall
to-il.i). Theie vseio :t8 delegates present,
chlelly fiom Nesv York, Ohio, .Massaeliii
betts, Contiictlcut, Missouri, Minnesota,
Nesv J.rse) and Illinois. Mu Stein pie.
sided nt tu.ila)'s beaslon. The election of
oiileeis resulted as follosss: llmanml Ness
man. Ness Ynik ilty, gi.ind master, 1M
ssanl Cohen, Nesv York ill), deputy grand
master; Max Trtther, St. Louis, Mo, becond
d. puts gland master, 'llio convention villi
close Tuesilny night.
Among those present were: H 1'inenkel
and S. H l.lttinan, of ('level uul. ()., i,
Weinberger and N. Amslei, of Chicago,
Jacob Mn)er and Prank Messenhol?, New
Hiisen, Conn ; M. Teclinir nnd I). II in. ml,
of llostou, Isuno Stein and W. Spelber, of
Pltila.lelplil.il Jacob Sehertieig and C. L
Grossm.iii, of St. Louis
Tho nientliershlp of ll'rlth Abraham uosv
(ioieruor Kenfrow Mi l.lng Kitrn Pi.) for
Ctmtlu. ting (iulit rn itorlal AITuirs
in OMiilioin i.
Washington, Teb. 3. (Special,) Governor
Henfioss has been making effoits iluilng
the last mouth to get an allowance ot M.OnO
extra for luniilng his olllee, Pormerly nn
appropriation has been made of J1.600, hut
now llio governor wauls tlio nllossanca
doubled, Tho matter hus been under con.
side ration In the house committee on up
piopilatlans, and some time ago a member
of that committee wrote uu olllclal of Ok
lahoma iibklng for Information as to ex
penses In the olilce of the gov ei nor of that
territory. The reply did not Indicate any
pressing neeebtliy for the cxtia allowance',
as most of the .lerks in his otllte are paid
out of u fund in the line in vshleh their
services are dhected, Tha committee is
likely to act ou the matter to-morioss,
A Wnik on thu Hoik 1st. mil.
Topeha, lias , l'eb. 3. The through east
bound Hoik Island passenger train was
wre'kedthls afternoon twelve miles west
of Topeka. A broken rail caused thu en
gine und all thu cam to leave the track,
but they did not turn over. About twenty
passengers were bciutched, und two men
from Penns)lsanlu, sustained painful, but
not serious Injuries.
Mum ut ) um t luii C'lt).
Junction City, lvas., Peb. 3. (Special ) It
began snowing this morning ut S M and has
continued all di). l.very indication ut C
o'lloek p. in points to a heavy snoss'.
No wind has attended and the fall Is alng
on ins ivneat ns.us, uvic u 13 so niucil
iiiat mom: -in hi: in ( oMsir,M)i:i
i on kans t'nvs ci si (i vt iioiisi:.
TWO OF THE BOARD FAVOR IT.
s Cltr.lAltV CAHLlsLI', IKlSVIAP.lt, IS
NOP l'l,t:s;) Mini li.
IS POSTED ON LITHOLOGY.
iihnl'i: in: hay m;p aihi: tiii: hi
CIslON op i in: IIOAIH).
it Is .alore lb ill Lilt. I) He Will Piisor the
Dltgi.ll tut stone 'ol.ipi.ll)'rt Hid
for T. ns Oruiilte Congress
man liirsii.s Is stir
ring I tiliigs lip.
Washington, l'eb, 3 (Special.) There
Is much running mound and hustling
about over Hie Kansas City building
contract to-day. Many icports nre life
nnd, as evidenced by the oonlllctlng
Illinois, u in iipp.iicut that quite a
number of gentlemen know lots of
things tltnt aie not true. Hut It Is
Htuted b) Insldo utlthotlty tlt.it tsso of
the three members of the boatd to tec
ominetid the ussiird of tho coutt.ict to
the seciet.iry of thu tte.isttry have con
cluded to favor Geoigl.i granite. It Is
claimed that the chief of canatt notion,
Mr. Kempler, nnd Assistant Sccretat y
Curtis have determined to Insist that
Geoigl.i gtanite be selected, sshllo It Is
claimed that tho other member ot tho
board, Judge IMcmlng, of Kentucky, Is
not favorable to that material.
In the lnce of tills It Is claimed that
Hepteseiit.itive Tatsiuy will make n
scene In tho event tlio sectetnry follosss
the lecommendatloti of tlio bond. It Is
said he will call for a number ot con
gtesslon.il investigations; that he vsill
upset the depat Itiiont and ieve.il the
skeletons and things supposed to be
In that vicinity, und, in other vsoids,
will kick up a great fog for tlio teiun
lie is convinced tliat the Cleoigl.i gianlte
Is a fake, being .i cioss between "-iinl-stone
and common II tg rock, lie vsill
Insist that the sictetary upset the
clique supposed to exist nnd gise the
coutiart eltliei to Texas or to .Maine
gtanite Tills is the situation as it
nosv appears, nceoidlng to lepotts.
Mr. T.usney Is not supposed to be able
to sleep until after the meeting nt the
tteasuiy to-moiross', nud In the mean
time otlieis ate said to be in a similar
It 1 1 el, limed that the societal v, pei
Miuall.s, has Ik en uppilsed of oil tain
tilings in connection witli the Georgia
gt unto Unit .no nut fasninlile to that
stnns Tills being the case, it is claim, d
lhat the threat of an lusestlgatloii to
tetiovate tilings lu Ills Immediate iiln
Itv would have n t. ndeney to Induce
hint to go easy and leluse to accept tile
tecomuieiidallon nf the bo.ud.
Upon tills situation tests the bid ol
the Dugan Cut Stone Compaii), ot Knn
Kls Cits Those Intel ested ill that be
lles e that the seci et. uv will favor tli.it
cntiip.iii)'s oiler of Texas gi.iulte liefnii
lie will accept the Gi'oigln m.iteilal
It Is (Inimeil by the ft lends of tlio Kan
sas City contiactiir that thev have
something like cinch on the inattei
of seeming the coutt.ict. if having the
sicietiity on their side Is not lu the n.i
ttitp of a illicit, they Insist tint the)
ate not aide to tell n sine tiling when
thev meet it Hut, as sslll be discos -end,
this leav.s the vsliolo matter In a
piobleni.itle condition to some extent,
und It Is this particular featuto Unit is
eitusliig so much lllteiest lit ptesent.
RECEPTION TO M, ROCHEFORT.
I Ifl) Ihnusiud I'. opl r. el the lllnlsh.ii
I r. nihil. Ill nil His Keturil
Paris, Peb 3 M Henri Itochcfoit, cdlt-or-ln-elilef
ot the Hi publican Journal, L'
Intrunslgeant, sslio leiuius to Pranee un
tie 1- the ait of amnesty adopted lust vse. k.
after having been III exile blnce lsss, at
1 Is id 111 Pails to-da) The stalf of his
nosssi 1 per Joined M. Itoeh.foit nt Ambus,
eglit)-foui miles nortli of Paris, win re u
1 rosvd hud gathered lu the r.allss ly Mation
to weleoini. tlio will know 11 Journalist. .11
Hoi In I'or t ssas lu .11 ills eluernl. Hi m.iile
.e brief inldrtss wliliout leasing the tialii
The public ssas nut allowed to inter the
Gare du Noid In this eitv, but 011 arrival
of the train lu wldeh .M ittxhefoit .sun
traveling the pi.ssuie bei.auio so gie.it the
croisd liroke down the batiieadis ami I11
v.iilnl thu station, shoiitlin,, "Vise lloulie
forl." "Vive Lo Proseiit" M. llnehctort
ami Ids rrhnds had the utmost dlllUiilt)
lu rc.iihliig tlielr caiilages Then, weto
full) lotus) persons githtied aliuut tni sta
tion The greatist good humor was dls
pl.i).d and ftautii ihectlug was indulged
M. Ito.hcfort was mucli moved by the
eiitlinsl.abiu. Ho bowed repeatedly from
his carriage in lespous.i to tlio silulis ix
tended to lilm. The crowd was so dciiso
that tho horses drawing thu carilago could
go no faster than a is all., (niu opponent
of M Hot he foi t gave suit to Ills feelings
by shouting, "A has Hoehefort " A num
ber of tlie crowd tumid un him and ho
had a 11.11 row ibeape from being limbed
Tim di inoiistratious continued along tlie
whole route from the Gale du ,N'onl tu tha
ottlees of the I.' Intiaitslgcaut at 1U Hue
Moiitm.ute. Tim olllees sseie llluniln il.d
and much bengal tlie was burned i)iu
bldu the building ssas an Immense led
ti.iuspareticy on which were Inscribed tho
wordb. "Vise It Hepubllque" T1.1III0 in
Hue Montunrtu ssas eomplutely stopped
Tho crowds sang thu Marsellaibe and shout
ed for M. Itoehefoit until at Hbt hu ap
pealed ou u bileony nud ssaved a hind
kerchief nt his enthuslabtlu ndmireis. Porty
iiolleeuieii wero statlotietl n fiont of thu
otllces, but there ssas no disorder. The
crowd (llBpered nuletly.
Worn. 11 Hold a Mm. ll.t Hug.
Atlatit 1. Ga . Peb. 3. Tho concluding ev
treles of tlie national woman's sultiage
convention occuired this afteruooii, tlie oc
casion being a grand mass me. ting and
religious service ut Hie opera house. 'Ihe
auilltoilum was packed to overlloislng and
hundreds weie tinned assay. It was by far
the larutst gathering of the coiiseutlou and
gave the delegates great eneouiageinent,
A special progtunmio of music vsas im.
dered, and Hev. Anna Howaid Shaw dell
ercd un tloqueut beriuon,
Memorial Nervl.eit (or lln, Liithrup.
Chicago. Peb. 3. In accordanco with a
proclamation emanating from iho head
quarleis of the Nutional W. C. T. I . to
day was unlversully obseived throughout
the United States as nieiuorlal d.i for )lis.
Mar T. Lalhrop, the late prcsldtnt of the
Michigan W. C. T. U.. and vice president
of the national organization. Willard hull
ve as accordingly this afternoon. Uig gnat
of elili.ii ite " rsici . In honor of the dls.
thigiilsh, 1 wlillc tibboinr. 'I'lien ssas a I
large ntliiiliii nnd lie HI. v.nson. tu '
tltnl cotr. spun Mug s. .fiiirx of the v l I
T P , presided The felltire of the, nit I
nnou ssas ilie iiddr. ss Iiv Mrs II. li n M
llniker, nallotial tr. ismei of the C '1
l' lb milks ,r ilo m lib b Ml
Kelts and .Mis M ml I.i II l'.tri . Ill latt' r
president of the ('hli.igii C T. I , and
PETTY niOTSJT BROOKLYN.
Mi-Hh rs Annus Noii'l 11I011 SI. 11 Willi ston. .
Stud noil nib. r Mlssll.s.
Hnioklsn. N. ., IMi 3 -Tlie police spent
a busy das In tlielr . tfurts to pu serve or
der nnd pi. vent tin irowds that gathered
lu the various tough districts fiom unti
tle itlng the non-union men In charge of
the irolliv cars lu stvii-al Instances t lie
tiiotormili ssite siv.li'l) beaten before po
lice iiHSlstiiin e aiHseil No Hots, liosvesei.
ot 11 ci!oii tialuie occurred during the
At Third avenue nnd Pottlelh tru't Hie
line ssas incumbered this morning with .1
guilt pile of bonds, Iioms and oiht r in 1
teilil of a he.lv nature liver) mi Hut
passed that ssu wns held up by the ob
stiuttlnii, und while the roinliictui uud
mntiirmnn ssire etigtiged In leinoslng the
ilebtls the) wire pltil utiiiiPieirull) with
inlcks, mini aim suosvlialls Mmiv nf tlie
mens nsall nits were much strike svin
pithlners and stteet lonfeis. but Hie) wen
just as enthusiastic as ilimigh tlielr Uses
dep. 11. led upon the outcome of the sttllie
A gleut mans ill rests ss.ie ininle to-das
of stilke s) mputlilrers, who persisted in
tliiosslng stones in I ss.isl.i)lug nil Hie non
union men 111 siht Some ot tlio'e 111
lestul ss. re stu ill b is
All in Ho ml, uul. a ucss hand rmplu.sed li)
the llinoklsn Heights ltulllu.ul Compau).
hud the teimrlls to take Ids nil out oil tin
Green Point line sslihuiil waiting fui tin
tsso speii.ll poll, rim II, who ssere det tiled
to proti ct him and the eoiiipans M piupert).
When the 111 leiielnd I'lnnkllii and Hu
lun streets tsso nun Jumped on tilt fiotil
plltfollll lllld pulletl I lti'ie.1.1 tltl ofl Tiles
tluiw lilm to th. gioiiinl nnd kl l.e.1 lilm
iitimerclfullv Hoiglaiul dr. vv his involve!
and tired two "hots, neither of which toolc
effect. The nun lied befnie the poll, e
lel.lieil Hie 'pt The niotolllllH lecelved
nn ugly scalp wound In the B. utile.
A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION.
Dreadful A. .1.1. ut ut st.iib. uvllle, O., In
hi. h a Nilnili. r of S! .1 Are
Stcnlienvllle, O, l'eb 3 Tiso explosions
occuned to-day nt Hlsirslde fiiiiui.e. In
this city, Injuilnga luge iiiinibet ot ssoik
men, sesei.il of them falitll). The evplo
slons sseie caused bs slot k lu the furnace
settling, and the a. t uniul ited gas betsseon
what had settled and ssh.it ssns liiinglug
alios e, Mossing out tons of stock and bihks.
Tlio llrst uccidi nt ss is .1 sni ill explosion
which occm ic.l till" morning, when consid
erable stock was blossu out and the limiting
gns sit lire to the clothes of Pat Timlin.
He 1,111 out ol the II lines and ssus lolled
ill the snow, ills blalng cloth. being toin
otf by William Itiuke He Is binned fiom
h"iid to foot and Is not expected to Use un
til morning Tlie second explosion took
pi ice euls tills afternoon and ssas tlie
ssoist, tlie mat. till blossu out ssictktnir the
roofs of all the buildings as if thes li id In en
1 .union idid. The explosion neriiiii.l at the
horn sshen the sslitstle wns blosslng for
work, and fess mm ssere around, ot moie
ssould base b e 11 lujiueil. A score of men
ss, re liurneil or injuied by tlie Using mis
siles The foliossillg are the ssoist In
Juied' Jack liinn, bliouldei blade liroken,
Iliad cut. hint Intel nails, Mlc)ia"l Cirrull,
li ill- Inn nt. I oil and f.ue 't 01 died, hit on
head sslth liiicks, .limes Caulllcld, .lames
ltaiiett, John Clinton. Pred llnssiiinn, nil
In. Iiv lnlnreil with living material
The ground foi 2i") s'.irds lunimil the
furnace is covered ssitli biicL. coke and
NEGOTIATING FOR PEACE.
Lver) Prosp. . 1 'I in.! Ilt'vi.o und (Itiitle.
111 tin Will s. tile 'Hi. tr l)lsite
VV I1lni.it 11 I U-lil.
Ctv of Mexlio Peb 3 Negotiations .are
in pioercss iietsseeu .Mexico and Gu.ite-
m.ll l. Theie isesil) licjie of .1 picilli set-
tleim ut. Gu item ila's ensci), DcLeon. is
IllOst Ollscii lltlollsls SSOlklllg to btlng
about 11 p 11 111. settli nif lit. He siss tie lias
gr. at liopes of suet ess and h abl) si . oniled
lis I'oitlgu Minister Mm -.. hul who. like
ids gost 11111H in, is Imbue! ssllh a spun of
The onls ssar talk luaid lure Is bj foi
. Igtieis and fon Il.ii 111 sssp ipi rs thitniilse
contain 11101. uisuluutii n.sss .It in ssas
s.r known li.-ie. Tlie goveinmeni of liex
fco, to be pitpiitd foi an) emeigtiu), Is
having 110 slime 1111t11111.il
Judges lassseis iiml lass stud, nts hise
orginled lilt nisi Is es Inio i species of Na
tional Giiaid ami ue dillllng il.iii v It Is
lllllolllleeil tll.lt liotil l'olilgll .Sllnlstir
Marsch il and Gu itemalan llnsoy Dei.ton
hise llulsheil sliidslng noti s of tin it i
spictlve governiuinis and the .'iiiulug ssi.k
sslll piobihls st e a decision ! cached
A piomliiiut mllitit) man sii)s that esen
If tliere Is no ss.u, tlie ssoild Ills net 11 that
Mexico cm molilllt her. u ins quiekl) uul
Ilie aiiny Is lu cv client condition mid up
to the btaiidaiil
The Spinlsh bill: Vlctoili was ssreeked
In a storm olf the mouth of tlie Viqul
ristr )estirday alul se,ial sailors ssue
DOWN AN EMBANKMENT.
Ills tstrnus VV...I. oil Ilie 1 11.ll if. 1 .s, llllu.ils
Soiilb. 111 ltoiilsiv P. tipln
ll.Jlll . .t.
St Louis, 1". li T A spot lal to the Ite
ptiblli fiom N vv ton, III, savs bid
wietk of an 1 xti.i freight tiaiu i.UDlng
a piss, uger to.i.h occuned 011 Ihe liidlina
,. Illinois Soiitiirru radio id, two miles
west of Oblong, aliout 1 SO o'eloi k tills an
The train was 1 uniting. It Is bild, oser
double the sdiedtlle lime sslicii a 1 all Inoke,
pluiigilig Use e us. hu hiding ilie pissciiger
eo idi, doss 11 n ilfutii foot t mb inkmeni
1 onls -riie.iier 1 iimp ins, billed ii.ru for
this week, composed of eleven people, and
tsso utlit 1 pasM ngeis, sseie In thu lo.uIi
'llio follosslug sseiu injured:
Clint C I'oid, manage!, aim hurt.
(Itnrge M. Adams, leading nun, arm and
haml li.nlls cut. internally Injuied.
I lairs Paluine), e'omediau, head and
arm ' ut
(leoige W Jnekson, foot maslied,
1) W Spagilst, li uul and Itg gaslied and
T 11 I land, serious head wounds.
The Hiree 1 idles oijpnl wliliout injury.
The 1 0 ich and tsso of tlie eais urn 11 mass
of ruins. None of the passengeis sslll die.
WAR CLOUD ATJVATHENA, KAS,
Ho. Illltles I I ible In llrt al. On! There Oier
liiiporliillon of (olort.l
St. Joseph, Ma , Peb. 3 (Special.) Tho
government has Jus! let tho contracts for
a lirgu amount of river Improvement, to
bo made on the -Missouri rivet at one
point opposlto this city and another oppu.
bite Wuiheim, Kas. Thu work was let to
Cotittaetor Kelley, of Kansas City, who
has tilled '.'00 culoied men at Kiimois Cll.s,
Sedalla and Leavenvso) th to do ihu work
When tlie ptopla of Wuthena heird of tills
they weio scr Indignant and havu de
eldtd that Hie colou-.l men bli.ill not lie
luitled thire. 'Plie have bened notice on
tlio contractor that If hu attempts to bring
them there the) will bo 1I1U111 away by
force if necessary Kelley vsill not ltld
and a collision la expected.
s. n itlon 1.1 hi. ruins, Ind,
Vlncennes, Ind., IVb. 3. Mrs. Louisa
Joiiluu, a niembt-r of one of the most
prominent families In this county and thu
blsler-ln-lass or Auditor Joidau, was ar
rested to-day for setting lire to a grist mill
last July ut Decker slnllon Shu waived
examination ami was held for trial, Tlie
affair has created a most profound senna,
tlon and opens one of tho bitterest t.imily
quaneU ever known here,
I'limitr- I n.t II 111 c nt ('lit ir sale.
Independence, Kits., l'eb, 3 (Special.)
The furmeia' Institute of Montgomeiy
tounty will meet ut Cherryvalo Pebruary
!1 and '--. An Interesting programme bus
been prepared and Pioteaor Geoigeaon, of
the btate ugrleultuial college, and others
will deliver addi esses.
Washington, IVb. 3-t'Speelal) W. W.
Chapel, of Appleton. Mo, urrlved to-night
to look after some business matters In tbe
department of agriculture.
l-fiURY, WWW, THAYiitt & CO.,
st It f.ssoitsi TO
Ttmixnilwt iiMlenl 17 JPilmmii, J; mit
ru-iliii ir' l(A or Hit ufilier Io lit ulr
itinl tun liter.
The sale of Lace Curtains,
Uliolstcry Goods and Portiere
bluffs, etc., which we recently
bought in New York, begins
this morning, and if you have
a pair of lace curtains to buy
or a piece of furniture lo be rc
upholstcrcd, if there's needed
some portieres, then this sale
should be interesting, for we
have a large quantity of these
goods and we arc able to maka
tlie prices extremely low owing
to the way we bought them.
Its a ihort story, but interest
ing there occurred recently a
fire in the upholstery depart
ment of the well 'cnou'ii linn of
li. S. laffrcy & Co., iev
York, nilid some damage waa
done not so much but
nevertheless the entire stock
was turned over by them ta
the underwriters everything1
to be sold under the hammer
to the highest bidder. At this
sale there were offered some
croods considerably damaged
by smoke and water others
by water alone and a third
pait whic'i were not ihe slight
est bit injured.
Excellent judgment on tho
part of our buyer, who was on
the spot, secured for us a splen
did lot of these goods at ridic
ulously low figures some
times a quarter or a third of tha
regular wholesale price often
even less than this. And now
these goods are here have
been unpacked placed on the
shelves and are ready for you.
As an indication of what's
here we say
Tambour Lace Curtains.
Irish Point Lace Curtains.
Madras Lace by the yard.
Lightweight Portiere Goods.
Double Faced Velours.
Silk Tapestry Furniture Cov
ering. Linen Tapestry Furniture
English Tapestry Furniture
French Tapestry Furniture
Silk Hrocatelle Coveting.
A splendid assortment of
rich and varied stuffs that
can be bought for less than we
have ever known of.
This assortment covers both
the rich and modest kinds.
1 Icre's a handsome, genuine
French Tapestry for covering
a piece of furniture there a
pair of elegant Irish Point Lace
Curtains while again here's a
very rich and elaborate Silk
Brocatelle and a modest Mo
hair Damask or Madras Lace
by the yard. A range of
materials from the very inex
pensive to the very rich and
elegant and at a price which
you very rarely sec.
Lace Curtains that sell reg
S3. no win be SI.50 Pair
50 will be S2.75 Pair
ri. r.ti will bo $2.90 Pair
.T.r,o win 1.0 S3.75 Pair
s-uuio ss ill bo S5.oo Pair
si','. no win be $6.00 Pair
.Muffin pairs ami odd pieces of I.aco
Curlniiih for SI, frl.55, SJ.f.o, S3, S','.5Qund
Si that sell fur 100 per cunt 111010.
The Furniture Coverings
and Portier Stuffs that sell reg-
$!.'..-, vrilliH) 50c Yard
w.7.'. will be Si.bO Yard
ixw w ill bo SI. 75 Yard
S.-..HH win in S2.50 Yard
S7'.(i willbj $3,75 Yard
As we said, most of these
goods are in perfect condition
and are selling in many in
stances at one-fourth and one
third of their regular selling
This sale will begin to, day.
Drapery department, third
I.ooU carefully over your furtiituro
and Curtains, anil if there's anything'
you need conm to this sulo anil that
need will bo supplied ut tlie littlest cost.
To-day is tlio tlilrcl day of tho Great
1,1 11 en bale, ami tlio lines are still uu
broken. ErlERV, BIRD, THAYER & CO.,