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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 207.
KANSAS CITY, MAUCM1 0, 1305.
JMUOK 1'IVH CKNTS
THE KAA ItOLSi: A.MIHi: ITS
HV OHATOIIIOAI. KHOHTS. '
GIDDY FORENSIC FLIGHTS,
cunmsos iiKct.Ai.Ms -iianty tim-
A.M1I1 OttliAT Al'l'LAl'SII.
HEMINGER RECALLS OLD TIMES
he nr.ciTi:s "itiux.A's Ammr.ss to
THE llOJUNV WITH VKIOIt.
Hon. J. It. ltnrton, Notwithstanding tlio
rrocecdlngs Were Not In the I.tust
Dry, Discoursed l'.l-iiiratly
Upon Irrigation unit Its
Topcka, Kna., March (i.-(Spcclal.) This
day has been ono of mingled anxiety mm
frivolity. The delayed appropriation bills
hao occupied the attention of the houe nt
lnterals and nt other intervals the states
men occupied the time with recitation and
In the course of the morning, among oth
er liberal resolution, the house passed one
giving the sergeant-at-arms. Jordan, $100
Then an attempt a made to pass a
resolution giving the assistant sergeant-at-arms
ten days' extra pay. This broimht
Miller, of Morris, to his feet with a speech
denouncing this ns a steal nnd attempt to
raid the treasury.
Benchel, of Montgomery, who Introduced
the resolution, retorted by saying the gen
tlcman from Morris had never been know n
to advocate economy where any of his
friends and lelatlves were concerned In
the appropriations. This brought Mr. Mill
er up on a question of privilege. Ho Indig
nantly denied that there was any Incon
sistency In his record as on economist. He
uj oin,,iii,. fnutrht for the Interests of the
t.ixpajers of the state from the beginning
of the session and It the gentlei lan from
Montgomery charged that he had not he
stated what ho knew was false. This was
the nearest approach to a personal dlflt
cultv that has occurred this session, but the
speaker succeeded In pouring a quart or
t-o of oil on the troubled waters and the
doe of peace again llutterod Its wings over
Ul,f tor this little diversion the house fell
hack, as nn expedient for passing time, on
introducing resolutions on all sorts of siib
1ects. When the members tired of that
they called on Cubblson, the sliver tongued
orator from Wyandotte, for a recitation,
rub " as he Is familiarly called, respond
ed' with "Ilantv Tim," to the immense, sat
isfaction of the house Judge Colo also
gave a recitation, as did Ilorin,, from the
mess crung. c uiuu iiua ,. " .......
oral that J. It. Iiurton was In the house,
mid he was called for. iiurton always
tilks well and to-day he was no disap
pointment to his fricnils. lie said he had
been traveling In the Ice-bound regions of
Minnesota and was glad to get luck to
KatiMis, the land of sunshine. He had
found that a better feeling prevailed In
the Last toward Kansas than for a long
tlmo past. That we had touched bottom
nml were on the upgrade. Burton, who
has been much Interested In Irrigation In
Colorado, spoko most hopefully of the fut
ure of Irrigation In the west part of the
"tite Ho believed that the result would
be beond the wlldeU dreams of the tin
' It" ihtTnfterhooit n Joint rcsoliti'on enme
over from the senate relating to V2S.iJ.riMU
of Captain John H. Smith mid tendering
to the family the sincere sympathy of
the leglslVture. A most eloquent speech
In fa" or of thl resolution was made by
lVcekmmi, of I'owlcy. Al nnpropr la to nnd
eloquent addresses were made b Uole, of
1 Th?nnoue amended the lullon. Pro
viding that the two houses shuul. Ink e a
rcces from LM to G o'clock and should at
tend the body of Captain Smith to tlio
depot. As amended! Tit was adopted unan-
Imouslv by n rising vote. rininln
In the course of, the afternoon C npMin
Hcnnlngcr, of lla-koll, was ca e.l on for
reeltntlon, L. nt..lrestwndod with a vigor-
ous .cniimnnui """"v """", lh
liomnns, this c.irncu ,"" ,;; ,,,,,,
hald-headed members back along the 'dim
V stit or enrs to tne innv ","" ".i,i;.
cited on Frldiy. afternoons before ailmlr
inn parents nnu n'"cr , "'" ' , ",ii
called In to hear them "spenk pieces.
. - . ....... Ms.nl, Is. mlvnrse
mere nas hcimi cuu-i.,,.,".'.. , , , ,
criticism indulged In about .this house lit
Wo raet is it contains iui unus,...
of bright and earnest men.
two momners oi inn '"""Y "', r.i:
as oratois-lleekman, of Cow lev. and Cub-
oie deliberate nn.l prhnp- morp cfToet-
ivo speaker. Cubblson's words come pour
ing out like a cataract. but thc "
smooth ns on nnu ainwi ""!'", ";;;.
tlon. following these (i) I'O nt SLo?.,:
leal ability are Kcksteln. of
Cole, nt Unrton: Hone, of Clark, on 1 HirK
lev of F.Ik' Painter, of Meade, nn.l Hill
on. St Hiwiell. Among the other clTectlvo
alkeis nre Miller, of "''.""P'Sn'my
Mnntuomerv. nnd Johnson, of Anueron,
Then Cd" 'the list or hard rV.f.,Tinv
ber, who, while not ulc"w '".!.",.
special gifts of oratory, fS,Ti,lo9Tm "re U
ers of the course of legislation. 1 "ere is
ll.illmge". of Corfey; llohrbaiigh, , of toll-ta-
( Ifen n, of Orecloys Street, of Hccatiir;
Hemngto , of Miami: Heaton. of Atchl
in. iMi.tileii. of Douglas: Hoblnspn, of
Jacfcpon: nwgernM, of I'or. . nn,i w n
THE FUNDS ARE SHORT
.MttNrAt or Tim AMIlltlt'A.V CIIIIIIHJII
JllsslONAHV SOOICTY tlOMI.
AMOUNT LOST KEPT SECRET,
sremiTAitv ami TuiiAstmmt iti:
MiiM.n JittiM uri'iui:. ,
TRUST FUNpS NOT IMPAIRED.
ntitr.mri.AitiTir.s iati:mi mini a pi:-
ItlOl) (IP it vi: m M. I'AII.
were n.lmltled lo-ilnv to. pincllee In thn
siiiireinn rourt Mr. I) iNelll
that this step on their
.... ,.... n litntirt Hull IllO
pari siiiiiuii in' uiKi'ii iin i-,'"v.,,iv1 ...,..;
xlcllms of the No ember election meant to
,. in mull" Thnv wi n return to their
homes; to practice.
Inlrltlt. Itlr, I, Hll
part should be taken
The SnUely Mils llerll Crippled by the 1."s,
lis Its Murk at This 'lluie Is 1'iirtlr-
lilnrly Prgeiil-lllshiip Peterkln's
Mi.ti'iiii'.il In Iti'liitlmi to
In tbn Affair.
HOPE FOR OKLAHOMA
have tieen widely Imitated, there
foro our menas rousi uo
A parchmont wrapper similar to
ours way cover choap and un
eatlsfactory goods. The true and
may bo distinguished by our Sllvor
Churn trade marlt and the words
"Sllvor Churn" executed in silver
leafonoach. wrapper. None Ron
ulno without this Sliver Churn
The Silver Churn trade
mark en each wrapper it our
guarantee of excellence.
Armour packing C
Kansas City, U. S. A.
T SneKkck,WvSrnc?VaJ "been "the great
est s tickler for l'trllnmcntnry order in t lie
house. Neither would I be fall to '''
SSr otr' Sumner ' , nd Hutler.' of" i ourbon
w'ltVa sco?e of other members w ho 1m e
not done a ureal himi " i.nnii.r.
haveattended strictly to buslne s.
Annthor member of the iiouo na ulLll
honored bv"tl?e n-lmlnlraUonimon o
Itussoll, who has been selected ns one oi
the board of Irrigation.
MITIIIMi TO DO IN Till! M'.NATi:.
Tint lloily Idles Away the Time Awaiting
The senate was In session bright nnd ear
v this morning, but there was noth Ing at
all to do. The impropriation .", ',.. .
.. - , i, ,,i i.wn n.isscd In tho
excepnon ui iwnii "'. "--- .-
previous sessions, and all day long tho sen-
ntors Idled uuoui, awauuih " -. --
conference committees upon the fm r de-
ir cutena!!3l, and the miscfl-
'"fto" tro!!ofeOPw ."tli'The "ririt t o bills was
not upon tho amounts appropriated, but
as to who should expend the moni 5. 1 h
senate which Is d sposed to glc the bo ird
of tiubllu works a black eye, stood out to
hao the building funds placed under eon
trol of the ta .board of charities, while
!he hou" wanted the bo.ud of public works
'"sf.ve'ia.'conreJenc'es by, different commit
ue were held during the day. but wl th
ou t breaking the stubbornness of either
"when the noon hour "'vcd the time for
nnu wneii inn jhu ti.s. .-
"rreliU.oV'was adopted In respect to
Captain John Smith, who died so u.'lcnl
yesterday, and a recess was taken between
the hours of I and .". In the afternoon to
nerm t membeis of the legislature to es
eoit the body to the depot. The Masonic
f?atern!ty was In charge of the funeral
and the body was taken to Columbus lor
bToaforce tho senate to recede from its ac
tion In taking the Osaw atomic and Ilelo t
appro nil" tlon from the board of public
works the house tacked an amendment to
the .executive and judicial bill w hlel. pro
vluc.l that Its appropriation should be ills
n irsed by the board of public works. There
w us o illlTerencu between the house nnd
iViiat" as to the sums .ippropilntcil, and the
bill carries mo ioiiuwiuk
I.leutcnaut governor ....
Secretary of state
HVinumol .. .. ...........
State superintendent ...
l-'or county Institutes ..
JOHN I.UUAV PAINT1.
F. M. DeBORD,
""It'NoVu'.VA.t. WALL, PAPER.
Paints, Glass and Uoom Moulding.
Jlia-llin Wnlnut St.. Kansas City, Mo
O. -BL. STUOKEY
riiilii mid laney I'rbitlng nf i-ery
ili'Birlptloii ut lowest prlim.
llunlness Cards from 7.1e to per l.OOO,
715 CENTRAL ST.
he. ond iloor north : '"",vL 'iViT v"Si f
Tclipliono " KANSAS till. Jill.
Hoard of agilcultuio
Iloa.nl of paidons
Court of appeals ......
Thlity-fKe Jlstilct Judges
Com t of common pleas
Total for ISM H?,."'i
Total for two )ears C01,.o.
Sesslim llxti'iidi'il '1111 Noon 'lo-ila).
. ... ,-... -rn..t. r. (ChflnLill Vt
rop.'Kii, i.ip.. .i.,t u.ii-v.... , ...
midnight to-night the benato and house
aro still apart on the four appropriation
bills. Ily ngnement the i-essliin has been
extended, until Wednesday noun.
SCHOOL FUND INVESTIGATION,
Joint Coiiiinltteii Mill llegln lt Inquiries
lit Topcka the I'tritt aloud ly
Topeka, Kas M.uch 5. (Special ) The
joint committee to Investigate the condi
tion of tho school fund securities, consist
ing of Senators urown. uarpeuier nnu uii
liird. nnd Representatives riUirer.ild.ltop
klns runk, Tucker and Hilton, met es
terday und fiel the llrst .Monday of June
next to meet, org.iuUa and proceed to
work, lulling the n-ceiit campaign It was
eluirged by both political paitles that Hugo
fiauds wero concealed In the Investment
of tho statu bOhoi.l fund, which le.ichea
tho princely sum of J.i.OOO.O"). and this com
mittee was nppolnteil to thoroughlj lines
tlgato the securities held lu tho nulla of
the statu tri.isuier.
Milieu linodt Ki-nnerril.
fiuthrle, O. T March C.-(Speclal ) I'or
nearly a month theio iiavo been nightly
Imglarles In this clty.bitt no truce of tho
ciilfty parties could bo discovered until
to-day. W. A. I-'oote, well know'n nliout
town, was nrrested and a tearch of his
houso rteelopl a wagon load of valua.
Lies stolen from scores of dllferent places.
New York, Mar h B There Is a shortage
In tho accounts of the American Church
Missionary Hootet. nnd the books of the
organization have beai found to bo In such
confuted condition that the itpcrts nre
not ns yet in posuion in n..uvi- . n
talled statement. The secretary l.s I lev.
iM.tin... a Vnii,nlil. of Mnntclnlre. N. J.,
and the treasurer Henry A. Oiklcy, of
New York city, i no inci mat u.uu "v
counts wero In a inud.lled condition was
dleoercd about a month ago, and at oiilo
a special committee wns appointed to In
vestigate tho matter. To-day a meeting
of the executlvo committee of the society
wns held. The special committee pre-ent-ed
theli report. In which It was staled
that a shortage had been found. The re
port Itself the committee refused to make
public, but 'the following t,tatcmont was
"A report made March ". ISO", to the ex
ecutive committee of the Amellc.in Church
.Missionary Society, by Its sub-eonimltue
on finance, disclosed such Irregul irltles lu
the accounts of the treasurer and general
......,.. .. it.i, it... i.nnn.Kllnn if tllOt, (if-
;.,i-,i.,j ,,,..b ..... .................. - ...- -
(leers with the society was terminated by
tho action of the executive commlUcc.
The Irregulailtles extend only to n. portion
nf ..... LnnlnK'. niirr.Mil irephils for some
time, and do not Impair the principal of
Its re-ourccs or Its trust funds, lieyond
this ths hltuatlo'i is not vet pieclsely
known, but It is l.i process of elucidation.
Thu woik of the society Is Just at this time
pecull.ulv urgent and It Is slneeiely hoped
by the lommltteu thnt contributluns, Just
now iloublv necessary, will not be dlniln
Ished at lids time of lucre. itd need.
"(!i:oiu!i: w. l'irnntKiN.
"IlllNUV I,. JOHNS.
iir.onoc c wihtiv
Illshop I'eterkliii of Vi st Virginia, said
to-nlglit, relative to thn iietlon of tho ex
ecutive committee: "Tlio Irregularities re
lerred to In this statement nro such ns to
.. ......... . .1... H..mn. til nt ..... ...i.,..,.!,.,. nllll
lI.ll.llll III,' Uliiu.iii vt ,m n....", ......
treasurer from olllce. The socletv k e-
penumires .tie u,'i.ei.-ii -....n-v khu ,w,..w ..
vear, ami the luonev Is p ild out mostly In
small sums, making the auditing of the
accounts extremels dlllleult. The soclets
has not been entliely crippled b these li
regul.irltles, but as they extend over live
or .six j ears. It Is not possible to nuiko .1
detailed statement. 1 would not llko to
call It n defalcation, but 1 will say that
hereafter the society would like to have
Its money handled lu a dlffeiont manner."
TEXAS LEGISLATURE REBUKED.
(imcrnnr Culberson M'li.N a Sharp Message
to Inform -lli'iiibi rs of 'llielr
Austin, Tex, March C Governor Culber
son, disgusted with the way leglsl itlon Is
going on, sent In n stinging message to
day. In which he avs:
"The legislature has practically been In
session blxty das s In which time the leg
islation contemplates that the work of the
session mnj be accomplished, a fact that
uo uieasiiie in uiviik. ui h.."-.". ,,ui,i, -tanee
have be. n enacted Into laws compels
me to call .mention anew to those of larger
consequence and the Imperative duty
which eonfiouts vou In leteience to them
The grades of crime In our state involving
moral turpitude are Increasing, and enact
ments which encourage the ml'c.inlages
... ........ i , ,. ..I ii .a... i i.i , i
Ol jUilH',. jiiu I'l'itiitiiv-.ti.' tL-i,,,.. ....
BUSY TIMESAT GUTHRIE.
Until llr.inrbis nf I he Legislature 'transact
Mmh lliislneM How Over nn Ai"
Outhrle, O. T March B.-(Hpeclal ) A
largo ninount of business was rushed
thioligh tho legislature to-day. the stato
house being Jammed with a throng of lob
byists mid visitors from nil parts of tho
territory. Tho llrst thing In the houso wns
the Introduction of n bill locating the ter
ritorial Insane nsvlutn nt Perry nnd appro
priating J.2.ooiJ for the erection of u bulld-
,... !..... ., i.niiii,nl oimwmrlii! Inn bill all-
, ll.U.I .,.-. i-i'.i
,.rtuii,,i nn., ttmniii for the malnte-
liniao of urlous terrltoilal Institutions.
In this bill was n section nuollsliing tue
uttorney gtnerarH olllce, ntiil others mov
ing tho coiiuly seat of "K" county from
N'ewklik to lllnckweli; or tirani couuiy
from Hound l'oiul to Medford, and a sec
lion piovldlng for rounty seat elections lu
every county lu the territory next oin.
This bill or. ule.l uproar. Thu i utility seat
boomers had theli sch. mes inserted In llui
npiiroprlatlun bill, nnd had seemed voles
enough to pass It, hoping to compel tho
governor to ullow their schemes to ml
thioligh because n veto would leave tlio
various Institutions and oltlcoH without up
pinpil.itloiis. but there was ono thing they
had overlooked, und that was a law adopt
id by thn last Itglslaturo prohibiting tho
Intiodiictlon or passing nf bills enibraclng
more than subjis;!, und under this aw
,. ,,... ....1.......1 11. n f.lrt In rnloi1!
niii'ani'i imnii'. uiiiiKii ..." . '... ' ,i:
tho bill. This miulo hackers wild, and utter
. I.. ...I u.. llilu i-ttllmr IllPV
I1IIIK III linn I" iti'.-fc "". ,'" .,-
diclaicd tlnlr Intention of deposing the
ipiaker und electing n new olio before tho
day was over. A move of this kind had
been expecti .1 all day, but Up. to a late
hour this evening they have mndo no cIToit
to put their threat Into execution.
A number of bills passed both houses,
one piovldlng for pnsment of taxes 111
June and D.eember; creating a territorial
lioatd of railway assessors; authurblng tho
tcrrltoiy, all counties, townships, i Itles,
towns nn.l school districts to Issue twenty
voir Ciper cent bonds to refund nil war
liuit Indebtedness; limiting Interest on
judgments to U per cent when a late Is
contracted, and fixing It at 7 per cent when
no ram Is specified.
.,., .. .....I.... Biia.mna nti nf II, n llllnS.
Ill,' , Mt.ll,., llll'iei r,,,,.. ......... ... .... ..... .
lushed tluougli u bill living telegraph rates
lu the tcrrltoiy nt 1," cents for the first ten
wolds, and 1 cent for each additional word,
and thnpiess rate Hot a cent a word, and
tho same went through two readings In
the house. A bill also passed the senate
allow lug the piefeimcnt of ciedltois by
mortgage, or tiansfer of property, nnd one
declirlng no property exempt from Judg
ments for servlcis of laborers, mechanics,
clerks and servants.
i.i... .lea, . ..,.. ...,, rrnm llin i-OVnri.nr
on tho bill nbollslilug fieo range. He said
llm 1)111, as passnu, wouiu rum inn ni,,e,v
Indiistiy 111 tho western pan of tho tenl-
toiy, auu injure ijm leiiumy i.i in ,- i-,,.-
Illg llle lean OI vv esii-rn i:in,ui i.iw.tn, .i,...
making certain suggestions to remedy tho
...ii mm... u, .huli f.f.uui.il ,1 1.11 1 nnthni 7 nir
licit i'i:oiM.i: now look iotiikntat
COMIIti: '"Oil SI'ATIlllOOl).
shouId have been admitted.
HAM r.tllltt UtlAl.iritiATtllN I'Olt MKM
llllltsllll' IN TIIIJ UNION.
KEPT OUT BY THE BOURBONS.
r.MociiATici ami r.xixtiTi vi: sTitrm
ii v i:i.i)s.i:i) Tin: diioiis 'io unit.
Hon, Sidney Clarke, Chairman nf the State
hood CiimnilttiTi llxplnbis Ihe sit
uation In I'evr llrlef but Pointed
Words-Can llepend oil
changed against a Just demand uppioach
Ing popular revolt CnnsplraeleH against
tho treislom of tiade, intrenched behind
iiiganUeil capital mid Impelled bv avarice
and gieed dominate our commerce, and
every year take deeper and more duuger
ous root "
Continuing, the governor advises Ihe
enactment of a comprehensive anti-trust
law, enactment of laws to assess rallio id
propel ty at Us Hue value, laws Increasing
tates of taxation uf railroads, Insurance,
telegi.iph, telephone and exiiess compa
nies and a law piohlbltlng the consolida
tion of iniliojd companies,
TERRIFIC GAS EXPLOSION.
Natural Oas lu Audi rsnii, liul.. Causes Dam
age to the Aiii.iuut or Mini, Him,
i..,i.-.pun 1ml March T.. Anderson ex
pel lenceil a ino,0 gas explosion this
morning shoitly after 3 o'clock. Threo bus
iness rooms weie shitteied and windows
for hovei.il blocks blown out. Tho con
...,,. rte ilw, Hlnres. were tilovvn sou ires
away. Tho court house clock was blown
out of the tower, in." ui-iinu viiukiii nre
Instantly nun inreaieoeu iu eunsiiiiiu mo
entire business dlstilet, and It was Into
this afternoon beloio tho flames wero ex
t guUhe.l. Thu shock of tlio explosion
was relt for many miles. A biokin gas
main allowed tho gasto csiipe. It could
ot come up through the frozen ground
niid lorced Itself Into the cellar. Homu
?ouueetlou with a lighted Jet did the 1 est.
Tlie Terhuno block, occunlc by the When
stoi.' and lla.ley' drug store aro total
w i.cks from the explosions, A 1 eftorts
wero conllued to saving surrounding prop
eity. The scattered debris teemed to bo
ablaze and lire brands threatened destruc
tion In all direction. Losses wero as fol
lows: When Clothing, Company. .(;
building. ?r.,000; l'l.ither'b shoo store, Js,,00;
Had ei'A drug store, $7,000; ollbes iihovo
stores 51.0)0. Other uamnge by Hie. water
a d coucuiision will inak.. tlio tol.il lns
jiotinoo 'I'ho total Insuianco does not ex
ceed 1 10.000.
IlilKi: MI! I'll CAN llllliAY IT.
This Sale will continue only a few days longer,
The sales have been large-but there are still a
great many beautiful goods left. This is an op
portunity you will not have again in years to get
such elegant goods at such low prices.
The J. H. NORTH
FURNITURE & CARPET CO..
isle to iaa 3CA.I3ST ST,
I.lttlo I'rospert for tl W'li'hltii Iteservatloii
to llo Opi'iied Io hettlcro.
Washington, JIaioh 5,-(Hpeclal.) The
provision approving tlio agreement with tho
'....., ,.,.,, inr. shows tho controlling
hand of tho secretary of the Interior In tho
interest of theso having eattlo grazing In
that icservulton, niu w luuimn "
tho secretary of tho Interior fchall open the
II1U pin,,..., ......1..,,,.,,,, u , i n rint, VLIIP
leseivaiiou iu (.uiiti;,,,.,. ,"-',
ufter oilier ullotinelits have been e-om-
UMC. .:.. .. iwvu unop tin limit nf tlmo
L'vei In which to make tho al otments.
Kycit ,i, ,, tltrt i.nprrtf(i v cull
nullify ihC'w-by .lUbusteilng lu tho' mat.
ter of miking tho allotments. No one
doubts but ho will make no cltoit to hasten
the work of making the allotments, und In
t ds way It is reasonably ceuulu that, tlio
leasing interests In the icserva Ion will
not lo disturbed during tha admins ration,
anil tlio n tilers will be lompelled lo wait
until "lie end of ho present u'Klme.
Willi"" Ilr.no u Ithll.
Wilheluibhaven. March 5.-Tho emperor
went fioin the tilllccrs' Club to the dock-
vai i wheru tho ceremony pf laving the
Kel of u nevv warship to replace tho I'reg.
nwui u -.,, , hv. nlisnlote. took1
puck Jn i Picsence of Vice Admiral' Holl
limn and tho other Oennan udmlruts the
director of the dock-vurd nn.l many high
o llclals. Ills majesty drove tho llrst rivet
Into mo Rev i'i".v
Ki-lluuo Members Oolug to Work.
WiiidiiiiiMoii. March 5. Three ex-members
of tho hoi S".' John J. O'Neill (Mo.) John
.T. Ounn (N.J') v.nX D. W, Urookshlto (lud.).
t' II 1 III flllllt; Jlll-'SWU tv WU uni".i. mn.
thu Kovi-rnor to rnnti.ict. fop tv kcvimiK of
. .. i v it... i.,..r,t. rrv llm inilU'
IIIU HlHilIM! Ill UH ll-lllli". i"i '.
ul.ii a Mil lOKiil.itlnt; imhllo prlntiiifr, mid
...ll. 1 it... 1.111 ..A 1.1 1.1 4 iis.r ll.k .1ft lll llllt (if
Klllt'U IIU Hill I'l iiuiiiiiiiiK i"- Lii.,,i.. -
ai- have the Ainu lean Hug In tlio territory.
wiiio Instil.' Itensoiis Why llo (lot on the
Monetary C'oiifereni e llllt
Washington, March 5. (Special ) There
are some Interesting stories about how It
happened thai es-Speaker Crisp selected
Culber.-on, of Teas, for a place on the
monetuty .omnilssion. The selection was
a great suiprlse to the members who have
failed to und. istand that Culberson wns
a bllver man. lie has; not ran''e a tpeech
on the subje. i Ii Is true ho has voted
that wa, as a genual rule, and It l-
thought th.it desiring to continue In Texas
politics he had aimed to appear as a silver
nan, but he has not seemed to have given
the question mmh attention. Since the
main Miver iikov m uu- .."'b.. ,. .....
had d elded cuckoo leanings and has b. en
Playing the president for all lu MkIU 'I In n
he got up an Interview on the silver mie
tlon fur Tes.is papi-is Just before the last
election, but theio was nothing sincere In
UIt0scems,r'however, that Mr. Culberson
cot up the m heme to have n lesolutlou
pass the hoii-o inking Crisp to appoint
ilinelf a member of the commission I lieu
In ordei for Cull., r-on to git one of these
places Hailcv. ot T. .is, was utt . .1 to
ntroduce the resolution and fathei It.
When this was done Cilsp appoints Cul
beison despite tho fact that he has not ap
peared In the lln.iiul.il discussion In con-
KThe appolnlment of llitt, of Illinois, is
In line aUo with the Culbeisoii seleetion
Mr Utt has not appeued In the tln.iiiil.il
debttes to any alaimlng degree and he Is
ever referred to a- being Informed 0
that ipustlon: he has always voted wit
lie mild mill Ths sell ctloll of a gold
nan from the It. publican s de when a
majniliv of the nu Hilars or. th.it side had
y lietillon asked tin- speaker o appoint
Ilepbuin. of Iowa, is another thing that
nppe.us to be peculiar.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE WRONG
Hoard of IKalth Itofu-cs I" lteior.l tin.
l.milil-l'iiMilliino I'irtllliiiti. on
Ac i limit of llefei !
New York, March 0 -Tho board of health
..'ru,i in record the marriage ceitllleate
ot Anna flould to Count C.istellaue to-day
on the ground that It wns defective In a
l'pon Investigation, tho Assoelited 1'iess
.. i ,i.,.i Vrf.iii.uiinn Corrliran's clerk.
leaiii.'. it.. .... " -. . ..--..
bv Inulvertence, omitted tne entiy upon the
date lino ot the tloiild-C.istell in., m.irr I igo
cell Cite, nnu ine pipe. .." ,,.. .......
turned to the proper peirons lor correc
Oillet Iluv ut l.jndhurst.
Irvlngton. X. Yv, March 5.-Count Do
Castellan., and his bride, who arrived from
New- York last evening, .ue (.pending n
milet day at l.snhuist. Helen (lould's m.in.
slou, v number f .newspaper men this
nior ling went there, but they wrro not nl-
lll"lliit- fit.tli.,- Itinti tin Lrnn. nml
lowed IO K" tnj - .! n..- i --....
vvere lefiised all Information as to tho
movement' of the hil.l.il couple. Two men,
vl ho look llko detectives, closely bCiiitiuUc
all who ask for admission to thu grounds
surrounding l.jn.lnuist. It U reported that
tin count and countess will deiiait on the
t'li) train tor llulfalo, and will stoi at
.Nlagaia Tails, en route to Cunud i,
11 III Sill Tii-d.lJ.
New Yoik, March 5. Tho Count and
Ccur.less do Cnstellanu will sail tor South
uirpton to-morrow; inornliig. Tlu-y mv e
ihoVen tho steainshlii .New ork for (heir
hones ilioou ioage. Suites 5 and lion the
remenndo deik Iiavo been seemed. The
liunt jeiiucsteil tin Ir names to be omitted
on the passenger list Issued By the com-iiinv-
and they have lespectcd his ileblie,
for w he the lists wero dlstllbuled last
even ng the uunies of the now l- wedded
couple did not appear on them. Noverthe.
less their departure, lairing uccldents.ls an
Wnshlngtoti, March tWSpcelal.) The de
feat of tho stnteliood legislation for Okla
homa and the absence ot relief In other di
rections for that country In the late con
gress Is mot with tho linn ballet tli.it some.
ihlnir will bo dono by the next congress.
Tim situation is summed up by Hon. Sid
ney Cl.irke.chairmati of tho statehood com
mittee, ns follows: "No congress slnro the
cloeo of the wnr has been as Inclllclcnt nnd
trilling In ilcnllng.wltli great public ques
tions as tho ono Just closed Tho universal
dlBlress which exists In nil tho inclines of
Industry, trade nnd business, and the cr
for relief which has come from nil sections
ot the country, were passed by unnoticed.
The Democratic p.uly, controlling all
branches ot tho government, had a splen
did opportunity to make friends In the ter
ritories. They wero nil demanding ndmls.
slon as states, and they had the right to
epect that thev would be fairly trented by
n party claiming to be tho friend ot the
pi C pie.
Oklahoma especially was entitled to ad
mission to statehood, because she has more
populitlon than all the rest ot tho tcnllo
rlex, nnd has the necessary qualifications
tor a robust, progressive and wealthy
slate. Cieoguphleal nn.l iommorel.il ie.i
sons. ns well ns the convenience of the
pec pic In the way of railroad and business
connection, demanded the attachment of a
portion of the Chlckaenvv country to the
proposed state. Hut the dominant pirt,
as represented In both houses of congress,
relrforced bv nn administration equally In
different to the Intel csts of the great West,
c.'.ied nothing for nil tills. The so-called
leaders 111 the house nnd hcnate acknowl
edged thnt Oklihoma was entitled to state
hood, hut with charnct.rlstle stupidity re
filled to do us Justice. The people of Ok
lahoma, In common with the people of the
whole country, will lejolee that the Fifty
third congress Is dead, and will remeuilu r
1' only ns :i mass of useless lubblsh, and
with a lecord which furnished no icuse
foi Its existence,
"f have no doubt whatever but the nest
eongiexs will promptly admit Oklahmn i to
statehood. The Itepubllc.in house nnd the
Republican and Populist senate will be
quirk to welcome Oklahoma, nud, 1 hop-,
the other territories, Into the 1'nlon. If an
enabling net for Oklahoma Is p ised e.tily
111 the 111 st si.slon of the Fifty-fourth ioii
Ktiss, a. I think It will be, it constitutional
cnuv.ntlon can be held in the summer of
IS'..., uu .lection for state olliceis, members
of longtess, and a Ieglslatuie, held In the
fall, and our senutois and congie-smen be
leudy to take their seats lu congress at the
Dirember session, K"l.
"With our Incienslng population we shall
undoubtedly bo .ntltled to two membeis
of the lower house. This will add two sil
ver senators to tho fi lends of the white
metal In the s-.cnate and an equal uunibei lu
n this he nlmlH In l Ilk. ly to full, for I
Is griurallv .on), did tint the ire.b tit
will lor He some or 111- ouMd" timber 'In
that position Mr rk, would nlo Ike
lo Insist upon the, prlmipte of homo rul,
hi lunch talked about bv Ihe liuiiorra b
lintlonal committer, when they were solic
iting contributions for the campaign rum
before tho election, iillt be Is cotivlni.il
that such doctrines nte used to get terri
torial contribution-, and not l" 'e followed
when the pie I to be distributed.
Some of 'I hrin Condole With Hiker lie
riiun Ho lias t" 'loi hie An
other i s.lnli,
Washington. Match f..-(Spoclal.) I'.x
Congressmen Hudson, Davis, Simpson and
Harris tearfully shook bauds with Con
gressman llnkir Inuneill.itily after the ad
journment yesterday, nnd . xprcsseil great
..r.t.lltrtltmi nl nf I lie fllCt. t.lCnSlllg 10
ninny III Knnns, that Ihev vvould not ho
lomiielled lo bo on baud doting tin; next
bo eompelbil to draw goveinineiil sola
nml leinaln In Ihe milarlil illstrlcts uf
Wnshlngtoii. .Mr linker expie-sed his ex
ticmii tegiels over his predlcainetit nnd
misfortune, but ho hoped lo bo nblo to
Htiind It for two more v ears.
Mr. Hauls exp.ots to leave III n week
for Kniisis, while Mr. Davis may leinaln
some tlmo to collect data for n number ot
inagiii'ln.! articles ho has under headvvnv.
Mr. Hudson savs he Is olT for home this
week, while Mr, Simpson will try nnd
innltn connections for funds tluougli a lee
luro bureau. It nppeais, howovel, that
ho Is not meeting with the success in this
line ho had expected. Mr. Curtis expicts
tu leave In two or thieo days; Mr: llroder.
Ick will be here until next week. Mr.
Tnisney will not leave before tho last ot
the week, nn.l Mr. I'lvim will be hcio two
iio ni ici'nrt'Mt'ii in 1 1 i"i iji'iii mm
liflimV, IURI), TIIAYHR & CO.,
7'fmvmtiiri; ici.Vrl.t Minimum, .),' mtc
3'omI.ii uf Mi or th' uv.tt.Vr U It fair.
The "Tuxedo" Bicycle.
As liitjh rt grade Bicycle ns tliora
is m a tit;.
A Sioo Bicycle, which wc arc
now selling for, 50,
weeas j.'i. iii'iui-suiiitiiii.-s "::,.- ,.:
Cildcrhdid und Senator linker will 1e1n.UU
pome tiujs. .ir. ihikit iiuu ,.,,...,- ..
month, us ho bus some 1lcp.11 Internal mat
ters to look uflir. and be ulo wiintw to
buy 11 residence and have It n tidy for oc
cupancy next full. Hx-S.nitor M.iitln will
bo on hand 11 few davit looking for another
chute leading to pie. It Is not nt nil cer
tain that he will mcceed, but ho will tr.
BOGUS NEWSPAPER LAWS,
Assistant Attorney Oener.ll Tlmllias llns
rroiuillgateil 1111 linporlaiil Itillbigiif
Interest to .llm.) I'apers.
Washington, Mnich 6. Assistant Attdr
.. flonnii Thninus. of the nostolllce de-
puitmcnt, has made an Important tilling In
regard to so-calie.l "ncwsiiaper laws
Mr. Thomas decides that a publisher who
makes 11 demand for payment of siibscrtp
tlon to his p.ipci through the malls, nc
companvlng the demand with a Hire it ot
enforcing the same b the use of these
pretended laws, 111 iy be pioecuted for ut
temptlng to obtain monej uivler false .ie
tenses. piovldeil ho knows that the", laws
have no slsteuce as laws or as Judicial
The so-called laws ieferre.1 to are those
often promulgated bv some newspaper-, to
the enect that subscriptions to a paper
cannot be stopped until full p.i mnit of 111
rc.iragc has been made, nnd that a pun
llshei innv prosecute In cilnilnnl action a
subset Ibei, who refuses to take Ills paper
from the olllce, not having paid full ar
ie.ir.ige, or a subscriber who takes a piper
and refuses to pa foi It. These nilc the
assistant attornev genual says have 110
existence un.l.r the law
WEST KANSAS NOT SUFERING.
O11I) '1 riili-v. 11 Ciiutitli s II hi. Am pled
" Aid I'li.lTiri.l bv I be l.eglsl itine.
n...,..!,. l.-fiu March 5. (Special ) The
. .itv' r,-.,. .ii.i in UVstoi ii Kansas iloes
not seem to have been so uigent as the
bglslatuie was leu to lieu. ve. ui hi.- mi-t-nlno
lountles among which the '.(Hini
iippropilit.'d for seed was to be divided
only twenty-seven counties have made ap
plication fur their propoitlou; ten have de
clined It outfight, and twelve have taken
no action either way. The counties which
have applied .ue as follows:
Kiowa 1-uwnee. Phillips, Norton. Orn
ham. Hooks, Itussell, Hush, Login, H.idg. -m
in. Dceitur, Sherman. Pritt, l.lll.
(ireelev, IC.'.unej, Hllsvvoith, Wlchlti,
W'.illa.e. Stevuis, Sheridan, itawlliis, Os
borne, Hove. Cliiv.ime, H.utoii, hi'olt.
Tlii.se dedlnlng an" Itiihii. Coniiim lu.
Hamilton, Sewaid. .Meade, Cl.uk, Ilnni),
Line, (It.iv, Stanton.
Those which hive neither a. ocptcd nor
declined .ue lMvvntd, Hiant, Llm oln.
Morton, Smith. Thomas. Fold. Ilask. 11,
.Mollis. Niss, Stiftoid, Ticgo
URGENT APPEAL TO SATOLLI.
I'or Men and Ladies.
There is no more use of yotit
paying Sioo for a Bicycle than
there is for paying SG5 for a Sewing
Machine. The time has passed
when a few manufacturers could
control the selling price of Bicycles.
We selected tlie "Tuxedo" on
account of its many points of su
periority and confidently guaran
tee it to be as high a grade wheel
as you can find.
The niatetials of which it is built
have been selected by experts and
the workmanship of it is the best.
Its linos arc pretty, its construction
When we oiler you tlio luxeuo
nt ;o wi; offer vou a Bicycle the
equal of any S100 Bicycle made
and save lor you 5.50 on every
wheel. You have no middleman's
profits to pay a big item. Wc
bought 'J50 of these wheels direct
from the manufacturers for cash
added a small dry goods profit,
and are selling them for S50 each.
As in all our other lines of business
we handle great quantities and
are satisfied with a small profit.
These wheels will be delivered
March iG. We are now taking or
ders. Tlie samples are now in the
Bicycle Department, Fifth Floor.
Jf you are at all interested in
Bicycles, come to the store and
look at the "lii.cuo" price, 50.
COMiUI'.vMAN HVHHIU MAKItlHI).
Wo Wedded JIUsi'iiM Jlutkey lii I'ltUhurg
l'u., Iit Mouth,
Lawrence, Kas..M.nch 5. (Speelt.1.) Colo
nef W, A. Hun Is, of Llnwood. and ex-Con.
Bressman-at-larg.i Hr Kansas, was nurrled
February 7, "t Pittsburg, Pa., to Miss Cora
Muckey. Tho biide formerly lived In till
city, und was divorced last fall from ft
Lawrence manv vears. Colonel Harris
lived In Lawrence a number of lears ago
and his wife is well known here. Tim wed
din- was a quiet one. und the nnuoumc
!! Siit made to-day was tho Hist news ot It
that has been given to the public.
Intcrt t'dlug for Jullio Scott.
Washington, March B. A message
reached, the attorney .general to-day asT.-
lni; that jusuce .' " ..u.,.vs, ,., ...
posiUon, no matter what may be the te
fort of Special Inspector Newton on tho
Minr-es nreferred against him. The mes-
".lent of the Okla'homa" c'ouncll: 'hif
Orner. C. C, Priiutv and 1). I), llaker; C.
M. names, speaker of the house of rep
rcsentutlves of Ihe Oklahoma leeblatuic,
and Frank Gxi
THE NEW SILVER PARTY.
A M.ltcini lit of llm Issilis liuoln il Made
b thn Ill-Ill lillllc League.
Washington, March fi. The" follow Ing was
to-dn Issued by the Ameili an Ill-Mitulllc
'A -statement ot the li.su. s on which
the new party will organUe: Tlie monev
qiiLstlou Is now Indisputably the domi
nant Ismio In tho Fnlted Slates ainl will
remain s.o until beltled and settled rlghtlj.
Other uuestlons, howevir Important, inusl
wait for this, which, to 11 gr. .iter or less
extent, Involves nil otheis. Thu Ismio Is
between the gold btnndard, gold bonds und
r . :: .... l.i nn.. k.a. lltl.l 111., III.
I11IIK currenej uu uu- w.... e...v, ...... ..." ...
metallic standuid, no bonds and govern
ment cuii.ucy uu tho othei.
"Flitt-On this issue wn declare our
selves to bo unulurably opposua to the
single gold btundard and demand the lm-
""P! . .. ... at... ..nnllllll nil ll ellltl.
mt'utaio ruinrii " t vuiwuhihuhiii ....- ,
ilaitl of koW ami sllvur, by the lehturailun
by this KovwrnimHii in'iq'i'"'" w "
of both i'cv ami boM Into HM.ul.ir4 money
.it inu iiilio "I iu iu , mmh jijii. ,"",,J,",,
exact e'liialltyi the silver coin to bo a full
le-.il tendei, uiual with gold In payment
-full debts and dues, public or pilwite.
s"cond-Vu hold the power 10 cotitrol
and regulato a pa.T currency Is Insepar.i
bl. from thu l'ower to coin inpnev ; and
euc that all cune-ncy Intended to c rcu-
410 us money should bo Issued und In
voluim. contiolled by th geiie'ral goveru-
, only, m should bo legal tender.
Tiili.i U'e are unalterably opposeil io
the tisuu by the Fnlted Stales of Interest.
U urliiB boitili. in time of peace and demand
tho invinent of all obligations of the
nit. State's ub provided by existing liws,
n either gold or silver coin, ut the opt on
of the government, und not at thu option
of to cridltoi. Un this Usuo wo appeal
fiom the dictation uf tho money power to
i!.0'1 ii,.Siii....nrM and pattlotlsin of the
'&&o the American peoph"
was .ii lua'lc enlarging upon the fore
COLONEL CLENDJNIN IS DEAD,
Duo nt Hie Cuuiinls.lou That Trlid tho
ronplrator Who I'l.iumd l.ln-
Clalosburg, Ub. March B.-Colo.,el David
H Cleiidenln, V. S. A., who bcrved with
distinction during thu civil war, and was
reilieil from actlva service April 2U, 1S01,
0i to-day at his homo In Oneida, after a
on. Illness, lie wus C3 jears of age. At
1, ilnlo of his retirement ho was colonel
llm Second Unlt.d Slates cavalry. He
..... - ...III., .v. nnt.ini k.tm. tll.lt
r one 01 inu iiiiiii-ij sw... ..... ...
1 ih conspliators who planned the us.
mtlou of Abraham Lincoln.
lie Is Wauled In Chliugii In
llm CI ili-Si.i-fllli I.
W.ihhlnglnti, Marih I Mgi. Salolll has
imlvd an nnonvmoiis in titi.m uiglng
him to go to Chi. ago and Mtppiess the
epilations of ,i snei, t said to bo tirrorl.
Ing the I'atboile lommunlty and llui.in n
Ing bloodslnd. The lenson of the liilhim
inntniy iloeuineiii was not lindei stood unfit
iitess tiiHiits iiniiounei.l that the filen.ls
of the muideied llr Cionln weio pttltlmi
Ing Mgi. Silnlll 10 go t" Chicago mid lake
steps against the Clan-N i-Uael Tin. pain 1
leeelvid ben. lii'ldc no iili'icnee t" 1"
Cumin bfioiid saving that the srcn-t m-
. i .. 1....1 i.l. ,.li. mm ill. , ,1 n ill. ill 1111.1
illl iu... iui. ..',. ..,.
tint. itt lud to mm di i otlii is ,'lhi'ie was
uu willtui commuulialliin lo the diligate,
i mviii a lino on the m.iigln of Ihe peiltiuu
sivlug Ids tin si in In Chit ago was impi in
tlvi. ut once Mgi. S-iu.lll p ild no intui
tion to the uniin mnus appi al. and It Is
nut his lutiutlon t take any putt In tin
rovlval of tho Cionlu iigllallun oi to lu
vVstlgat. the t'lan-Nii-lli.l The s.il.l. el
Is t-ald to bo elltlleli out ot his Juilsdktlon.
NOMINATIONS BY MORRILL,
Clurles P. Drew Nan. id us lstont il-
Jntaiil l.eiii ral 11. iiiln rs or llm llo iril
i,r Cbarlllis Appoiiili'il.
Topcka, Kas Maieh C (Special) The
govenor sent the iiime ot Chillies P. Dievv,
of Osago county, to the senato lo-day to
bo assistant adjutant general. Mr. Drew
came to Kansas with his patents In is5,
served during the war In u Kansas regi-
iiii.iit and has been (imaged III tho mei-
caiitllo business at Osage Cltv. Ho has
been a member of the National Ciuai.1 mr
llfieen y.ars auu is t.ipi.un m h euioi, uij.
The governor also sent tho names uf
Stato Senator W llleoekson, of Login
CUUIliy, HUH neiilKU ... I. nil, v.,,1,11 ,ji ttt.
.lunctlon City Itepub lean, as inemb. is of
tlio staio iioii-i m i,,,.,.,,, . ,.,.,.... .,...
Hiicceeils W. S. Walt and Clmk succeeds
Sl'fhi "noinlnations or W'lllcocksoii, nruw
and Clalk were conllimed lu open sebslon,
WANTS CHICAGO INVESTIGATED
Ilcprointutlm ilnliinim I'ii'.i nt it hensa-
II. mil lltsiiliitlou iu tho Illinois
Sprlngneld, III , March 3 .-In tlio stato
senato lo-duj Senator Johnson oftervd a
decidedly stnsitloual resolution. It charges
that corruption t x3t- In every depaitinent
In the city in euii..K" ii ii vuumij,
und provl.Ks fur ll Jl,lt comuiltieo of
threo fioin tho senato and four fiom tho
houso to huve lull powir to Invcstlgato
tho whole iltyiiml couuiy inaehlueiy nnd
lepori Its lludlugs. It ih.uges that tho
Chicago council has bam ltd valuablo
fiiinchlsis to individuals and corpoiatlous
without tho least ngaid tu publ e wellure,
. i... . i.n .w.lir. ileiinrlini.llf Is loiiimt.
-nil grants Immiinltlis to tilmlnals ami
shields tho uiiUwlul element. The lesolu
tlon Is sweeping lu Its chuigos, and ulligts
crookedness n ull quarlens,
CI.r.M:i.-M lilll.". til NMNII.
He Will hhoot lluiks Ann.! thohidgy Pool,
of Xorth Carolina.
... v.,-..,.... 1 irnli R. Tllrt lirestitiiti I nn-
v uHniiitiini', -...-. - - .- ........ ---
companled by Dr. O'ltelllj, his physician;
Commanuer . , "., -. " ,.i,.u..
board, und Commander Lambertou, In
snector of the Fifth llghthov so district
left hero this morning on the Violet for
ten days' shooting on the InUnd waters of
If you are thinking of buying a
Carpetthen you will be doing
yourself and your pocketboolc an
injustice if you purchase before you
see the splendid collection of New
Carpets we offer you to select from.
54 different designs and colorings
in Wilton Carpets.
7S different designs and colorings
in A. minster Cat pets.
38 different designs and colorings
in , Carpet .
12G diffctcnt designs and color
incs in 7Vii' Jliussels Cat pets.
1 (S different designs and color
itigs in Tapestiy Brussels Carpets.
yS ililforent designs and colorings
in 7'wo-J'lv Caipets.
,ss dllferent designs and colorings
in China and Japanese Mattings.
81 dllferent designs and colorings
.". ei y pit 1 1' 0 Fu nit u 1 in stock
1 1 dlli 1 d III pi U t
nniilsY, BIRD, TMAYF.R & CO.,
A Hreit I ailing OlT lu llm Arrivals at
toll.. I states Porlh tlio Last Viar.
Washington, March 0 -A st ituiient pre.
pin 1 at the Immigration bun 411 shows
thai the total number of lintntgrints ni
rlving at the pulls of tho tinted States
during the sum months ended February
1 1SWV was Ufi" as .malnst lb .r.s for the
s, vn months ended Fibiuaiy 1, l)l a ik
iri.isu of TOi7, or i'l per cent.
The uirivais iil inu imii. tu .s-, m.m,
for the .sevni months iroin June 311, ivji,
10 F, bru.11 1, jyn. 1W,!JJ; June SO, Is'M, to
Ftl.ru 11 1. 13. Tl'.TO. a decie.ise of 51 vu,
or 'U mi mil, as compared with list yen,
win 11 ihe numliiT arifvlug was very much
liss than anv var hliue'lsv).
A uu it lionise lu linm'gratloii Is oh
s, IV..I fioin llilglum, lieiimaik, Frame,
derm hi). N01w.11. Finland, Sweden und
Swit.i iland ('umpired with .nui) pcilod
In the Usui vt.irs P.JI and lS'C. there is 11
decii.isi 01 17 p.r tent. These countries
usinlli fuinish the most desirable class of
niiiigiatlon. Fioin Italy fur the seven
uoiillis of tho llscal vear lll-!)-. there was
a dot reuse of ii,fo or 31 per cent.
Tho decrease. It Is hoped, will become
moirt marked, from tin. rntes nml reg
ulations recently 1 stablUhed, in Italy at
the instance of our Inim gratlon oillcl-ils.
It Is anticipated that lull in Imnilgrntlon
will continue tu decrcaso and at tho same
time Improve In grade. ...
immigration fiom llu-sla and Austria-
11 ugiiry. noi ..ithstandlng tho decreased
lm migration from other countries for tho
"ill", peiiod. shows an Incieaso for tho
mouths of December and January. U91
und "tWi: AusUlu.llu1iB.11y, 3,7H: itussl.t,
3'Th'o,Vceu7t'a'rrlv,aU are chlelly of tho
'. . . ri..t..s. nl o.l .mil 11 rrt In ilnsM-
ttito clrcumstunce., entailing great labor
mim Iniinlgratlon olllclals and expense to
sum nshlp Hues for maintenance whilst
r,v.'" ..'. i.....,Ait.Lm fitn.l trfinsnnrl.it Inn
UMIUIKOIMK lll"J'-wi ..c '-"I'-M
0VheSact" al'mimber of outgoing alien
stieiugo iiassengers who eamo Hero as lm
nihil. nits cannot be accurate y ascerlalnetl.
ut V10111 data furnished by steamsh
coiiininles It Is found from November 1 to
Deceiiiber S. lb 11. W.51I steerage passengers
left while by bureau statistics only 18Sd
iniiiilgiuuts arrived In the month of No.
v ember s une year.
Law .loiiriuit at Llw r.iii'i',
lawreiiic. Kas., Murch 5. (Special.) The
Hiiiilents of the Kansas uulveislty law
school mot list night and formed an nssp.
Minion for the publ cation of a bl-vveekly
liw journal. U will be edited for the pre,
,'nt by Mr. alien Nichols, of Tapekaj Jlr.
olm Haines, of llaldwln. and Mr. William
vinteis. of Lecompton. will bo associates.
Th" business inauage-r is W. II. II. I'latt.
To paper will be Issued as soon as at
rangeiiumts can be made.
Chairman Wi cks In Washington.
sblfigton. March 6. (Special.) W. I.
s . chairman of the executive com-
'' . l,..ini,Mlln flllllli ll iVAmillll.
ttH t tho Indian Territory. U here looklmj I
. . . ..? .. .,,. .1 n ntltiATIt lf Hull I..L-
1IC 1 IVUlf IIIU Ui.wlHliiVH. - Vl"
N,orl,ern0dU.rlct.blle is also In fuvor o cents on t rlk.,,""'! M'pi? of ole0o.a.Barlnu, In tho stale utiles, it U
S.S.SBLll"-!'"!. for tbit'dl.trlct.8' but I ton. The new men will bo dUclutgcd. 1 uucolored.
Strikers C'arrj 'Ihtlr 1'nlnt.
Mexico, Mo., Mai eh (.-(Special) The
coal stilLors who walked out of the I,un.
son mine last Friday because llielr wages
'.""".. i,..,.,,i (mm tents ner ton lo fjl
cents won the strike, ami will be put to
(Hen Mu.t Not llo Colored.
Lincoln. Neb.. March S. Governor Ilol
comb to-day bent to the legislature u mes.
sugo announcing that he had blgned U10
antl-oleomaigarlno bill, but iccoiiimendliig
that uu amendment bo Introduced so that
oleuinurgarlno could be uiauufacturcd In
OIIUI lUlhai'"" ,,!.. MM,., 1,111 (-.
hv tho uovcrnot iiieveuts the uiaiiufacture