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fCattiw ily JPnilf JTjnmml.
q The Journal
In the Homes.
VOLUME XXXV II, NO. L'8i).
KANSAS CITY, MARCH 28, 189,5.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
I How You
at your walls whon thoy
neod paporlng If you
will only look at our wall
decorations and permit
us to glvo you an cstimato
and somo suggestions on
your work you will be
highly ploasod and wo
will gain a now customer.
Special prices on all
grades of paper now sell
ing from 3 cents to $25
per roll. We will do the
R best work lor what others
ask for cheap work.
New blnrsnnil Green
Leathers nnd Pre ss.-il floods
Worth HI, .111,
Worth 'J tie.
Furniture and Carpet Go.
1216 TO 1224
eason Is Short
For Oysters and Fish.
nil j on cm of our Drain Food
I no Points on hiK win II,
ckuvvn)s on luir b1ii11.
ins on hnlf shell.
, , v York and Halttmore bulk Ojstcrs.
n,inish Mackerel I'ornplno.
rpv Her Crabs.
Luke "lsh of all kinds.
If j ou want to cat somo of our Brain
I'ood at homo or ut our Cufc, cull on us.,
as no meat toro or restaurant In tills elty
handles 0111 stock Havo n nice lloo Shad
for ) our I'rlday or Sunday dinner nothing
FiSH AND OYSTER
9S8 Walnut St.
NOW ON IN FULL BLAST.
IJoot's, Shoes and Slippers
Now Hi lug si uighti ri d.
401j Discount on Wet Goods.
75 on Smoked Goods.
no coons injiAoini hy fiub.
ltj urili ruf tlm mult rurlti rs.
NEW ERA SHOE CO.,
Miclilly Ill.lg 905 main St.
The Grand g
i AtC fi Hounds' new sloio, 1019 J
Walnut sli cot, will tako pl.ico S
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
C. G. ROUNDS,
1019 WALNUT ST.
h I ITT! F mt
BTt li-B I I SLI. UN 9
Ves, vve'ie a Utile off Main street, but If
jou'll Just fctcp up Tinlh Mrect half a
block, cornet lialtlnioie avenue, sou'll llml
vie'ro not oft a hindsonie storis-iatcat
Importations reason iblo prlees debiilt of
low rent and modiit CNpensra), workman
hlp, style ami lit guaraiiteul perfect yes,
vve'io high art tallois.
SB Wait 10th fct., Coriiir llullliiiiira Ave.
I!mdiu.irtf l for
JOH.N X.LU.VV rAI.s,TS.
Tiii piuiiio i iiiiti.
F. tVI. DeBORD,
tP&tiAiu wauu PAPER.
aints, Ulass and Room Alouldlng.
llia-lllS AV'aluut bt.,
KniiMiii CM), Mo
NORMAN & ROBERTSON,
AND CUARANTBIB OF TITLE.
TUpbu 038. 16 :! Sib Ht.
i r si sri
WIRES MUST BE OUT OF FIX.
(Iniermir Morrill's I . Ipsrtm to Mr. t Ipvo-
lilliil llus .Sol cl Item lint llu
Washington, March 27. It wns said nt
the White House this nitrrtioon tint tlio
telegram from Governor Morrill, of Kiin
sns, Urging the iirli1in( lo take active
measures at once for the inolcctlon mul
release of ixlnlleit Stiites Consul Wall
er, reported to have been unjustly lin
prisoned by the 1'reneh government In
Mml.ignscnr, iniilei' sentence of n court
martial, hml nut .Vet been received by
the iireslilent. The statu department tin-t
bail no colillrnititlon of the report from
Pulled States Consul Wetter itt TutiM
tnve. nor from .Mr Campbell, our consul
at Mauritius, which Is Hie lieitest cable
point to Madagascar It s pmb.ible Hint
the governor's miHngp nun cause the
Btnte department to cnble to one of these
consuls for mi account of the rtlTnlr, In
stead of uniting until n report como) to
hand through the mnlls from this re
mote point, which, though It might be
BtiiHclent In ordinary cases, would html
ly meet the requirements, of a cose In
volving the Imprisonment of nn Amer
ican citizen, Governor Attn rill's coutso
in addressing lilmclt dlrectlv to the
president In such a matter Is said to bo
unusual, but ma perhaps bo based upon
tho preeedents set liv the state dcpitrt
ment In calling upon tho governor of
Louisiana nnd the governor of Colorado
recently to protect citizens of fotolgn
countries within their tospeotlve states.
Tlieio seems to be nn Impiesslnn, based
upon Ictteis nllogi-d to huvo been writ
ten by Mr. Waller to fi lends In this
country, as well ns to the state depart
ment, t enouncing his American citizen
ship, that he has lost thin citizenship.
No such letters hnvo boon rei'cled at
tho stnte dep.iitment, nnd If thoto was
any uch communication In a private let
ter, It Is nld that It would carry little
weight Mr Waller Ins tho reputation
here of being a keen, nloit business mnii
He was nn excellent consular ofllcer,
and it Is Inconceivable to the department
olllclnls that ho would sunender volun
tarily his American clllenslilp.
VON PER AHE OUTON BAIL.
Tho Illsrhill Magnate Held to ITin Grand
,lury for Minuting a Colored
St. Louis, Mo , Mnich 27. In tho crim
inal court Chris Von Dor Abe, piesltlent
of tho St Isolds Hi owns, was held to the
grand Jury to-day In bonds of $100 In
answer to the ehnrge of shooting George
Stevenson in the foot. Chief of I'ollio
Hnulgan went on his bond.
On the stand Mr. Von Der Alio stnted
that on the evening in question he was
sitting In his saloon talking to his fi lend,
Mr. Wcl, when his park supeilntendent
Informed him that one of the crowd of
coloied men who had been stealing piop
etty out of the paik was piowllng
nround outside. He went out and saw
tho man crossing the platform towaid
the Lindell railway depot He followed
the coloied man, he said, nnd asked him
what he was doing theio, nnd the latter
told him none of his usiness,
"I told him I'd mnke It some of my
business," Chi Is testllled, "and I diow
my ieolver. To scare- him I Hied nt the
giouiid. I know I did not hit him, for
he was tluee feet away, and If I had lilt
anybody I would have hit Mr. Wejl,
w ho was by my side."
THE TRUTH OF HISTORY.
Captain stiiubcr, of Kiiusi, Vi ks to Vln
ilirilo It Concerning .lull Divls'
Arkansas City, Kas., March 27. Cap
tain S I Stauber, a prominent and relia
ble eltlen of this city, pronounces the
statement of fleneial Heindon In jester
day's dlspatcheb concerning the wealing
appaicl or .leffei son Davis when cap
tured as wholly incoitcct. The Fourth
Michigan cavulis. ol which Captain
Stauber was an olllcer, made tho cap
lute at 1 o'clock, Mny 10, ISC", while
Heindon nnd his detail who three miles
from D.uls' camp Captain Stauber
sajs when Davis came out of his tent he
wore his wife's wutir pioof cloak anil
had .a shawl oer his head and pinned
closely about his face to hide Ills whlsk
eis p was in a stooping postme, with
a liucki t on his aim, assisted by Mis
Davis, who lepiosontod that tho "pu-s-dent"
was her pooi old mothet. Captain
Sldiilici and Captain Hudson scented the
shawl nnd cloak Hum .Mis. Davis l
older of tieneial Halloek, nnd tuiiicd
them ovei to Genoial Mlb s at Tort Mon
loe. i (iiisi) i.i i li v or vn;i;ni:u.
One of the s'li.rs of Wllllliu riinjiiu in
t mnii ted.
rittt-burg, Kas, March 27 (Special) To
il is Ch ii Ips Lee.on trial for tho inuriler of
Willi im C'hipin in In thlsi Its, asar ago
I.iht .l.inunv w is louiid guilts hythoJiirs.A
gmg headed bj L, e, stabbed f'h ipmnu
uvputs-eitht tliups and linn tied a rope
tu,htlS around his tin Iv to ihoke him, the
obje. i biing lohlius At a lorinir tiiil
tho Juis disagreed. Night l fote list Lee
took poison with siilold il Intint, and It
tianfpiies that the recent Jill d, livers nt
Poit teott was to secuiti Lee'H I'.i.ipe, is
he had hi en lonllnnl theio to keep him
aw as from other suspects.
tiii: "intin.i." can iii.nw now.
Hilt .luiirilil riectiit 114 tlm Oltlilil ht.it i
l'iili i in K IIIKlll..
Topeka, Kis, Maich 27. (Special ) To
night the exnuilve eiuncll elected the
K insas In pi o ius olllclal btmo pappr bs' a
unanimous vote The only olhei eandldaUe
befoie tlio lioatd was tho Topoka Dully
llliiiuler of riirollliig 'l. rlt4,
Jeffeon Cits. Mo, .Much 27 (Special)
IIS a blunder of tlm house i mailing fomi
In the gem nil iippiuptlitioti bill, the : (km
Item foi tin tluee iilitltlnn.il Jlldgis In ht
l.uiils was nmlttnl irom the bill and It be
came a iw witlinut the mistake having
been disioveiid As Goviruoi htonu will
iiiuloubtidls '.ill an exira sessimi tho etroi
em ho easlls coriected bs p itslng a new
When the butter tastes
bad people are apt to say,
"this must be butter-
ine." There never was
a greater mistake. But
terine cannot become
strong or rancid. Its
such a condition. Silver
Churn Butterine is the
rmour Packing o
Kansas City, U. S, A.
TWO LIVES AT STAKE
Tltl.ll, or tiii; TAVI.OIt
III (II.NS A I' CAIUttll
A GREAT CROWD IS PRESENT,
Mitf. Mi:i:i(, tiii: .vioritcit of tiii:
.vn;itm:iti:ii .man, on tiii: stand.
HER EVIDENCE VERY DAMAGING.
sr.Trir, .vii:i:ks, tiii: oni.v
ii'iti:i), jiav Tiisnrv.
The I Ittln Survivor of tlm Irrrlliln llntrli-
rry n mi Objn t of Orrut lntrrrt
to Ihn llllllilreiN lrrrnl to V It-
hm. tlm trar. ...lings Alt
Surls of Ittiiiiur..
Carrolltoil. Mo . March T, -(Special The
most Intense Interest Is felt hero In the
trial of the T.iylor brothers for the murder
of the Meoks family, and which beg. in this
morning In the circuit court, presldi d over
by Judge W. W Hunker. A largo number
of witnesses are present nnd the town Is
lilted with curious spectators, who have
como to witness the Irlil. The Jury Is con
sidered to be an exceptionally goo 1 one
and Is composed of the following gentle
men D iv Id .Inmlson, Hirnett M Hudson,
W. It. Itranimer, lien Clover, George I'loui
Ing, Adolph Aour, Crank Yehle, rjllsh.i
llaker. .1. T. N'oHnd, James II Creel, J. A.
Iloso and Granville Jenkins, all farmers.
Court opened nt 10 o'clock ami proceeded
at once to the examination of the witness
es. About fifteen were esnnilncd the most
Important: of whom was .Mrs Mecks, the
mother of the murdered man She said
tint she lived at Milan at the time of the
murder, and that between It and 12 o'clock
th it night Georgo Taslor came to her
house, tint a few d.ijs before Meiks had
made arr ingements with the Taslor broth
ers to leave the country for SSml and same
ptovlsion", and that T.ijlor wrote a lettir
telling him to bo iead at 10 p in 1 he
letter w is produced and proven by compe
tent witnesses to be. In the writing of
William T.ijlor. It was written on a bank
letterhead. Sho aNo s.ilil that Georgo Taj
lor came Into the house, picked up some
bundles and went out to Hie wagon; th it he
came back and got Gils .Mecka" wife and
children, put them In a wagon and drove
on, and that Gus told her tint Georgo inil
William Taslor hid come to take him
aw as-. On cross-examination nothing new
was developed. The testlmons was all
strong and tho state is forging a ch iln of
uwiewie'n xnai is penecus joineti logetner.
According to the Instruction or Judge
Itucku-, the Jnrs will nut be allowed to
hcput.itp during the til il, but will be ( losels
guaided by the sheila until n verdict is
The greitest Interest Is centered In the
testimony of little .Nettlo Meeks, who nny
be pi iced on the stand dining tin i is,.
Tho little girl Is unusually blight and Is
the object of the gieatisl solicitude by
her guardians Mr. and Sir?. Pierce, who
fear she m.iv bfi kidnaped. She will doubt
less be. tho trump card plajed by (ho pros
ecution. As usual In a case of this Importance,
there are ill sorts of rumors ailoat in re
gard to Jm j men being appro iched with
monej, and i possible Ijnelilng If the Ti
lois are ai quitted. The trial vl!l pro), ilih
Inst two viioks as theie- ale iie.irls .iuo
w ltnesses to examine.
EDITOR HUDSOiN AROUSED.
Hn l)t Riiils) I'nimlltt Kuf-ort nnd Attmks
Cj I 1 1 tml 'llin 1ittirN iiu if
tlio Control rn.
Topeka, Kas , March 27 (Special ) The
Investigation of State Senator Itogers upon
the charge of driinkiniuss and using ob
siene 1 ingiuge In the presence of 1 idles
Is Stirling up a row In the Itepubllinn
camp. '1 his morning's Topeka Capital
comes out with an edltorlil which, while
definding h, intor Rogers, 1s also an as
hault uiion Hon. Cvrus Lei mil, chilrman
of the Itepubllean state central eommltt, e,
the man who pieferi d the e h hki s ug.ilnst
Kogn-. The wlltorl.il In question com
mem es as tollows
Tluie I a stiong suspicion gaining
giouiid that the Inn stig.ulon of Senator
Itogsrs Is Instituted for the purpose of
getting ivrn with blin foi his opposition to
the lonlinuaucu of the board of public
It then proceeds to pay high compliment
to Sen itor Itogers, calming th it. though Ik
Is a Populist, he has gtvm careful and con
scientious attention to his dutlis, ,md con
elndi s as follows
"1'lie ih unes against him are for drink
ing, abusive 1 mgiinge, eti which Mjiilnr
lingers srouiij in nies can lie siistuniil
Thi ehiugis uie ouii tgeous and uneilled
for and in vbvv of the hnlines extended In
the pist to Jtfpuiiiii ins who weie uio .. nut.
kind of l'lohibltlonists that Ken i tor liou
irs is, the Invistlgatlon Is neither consist
ent iioi good polttlis."
Wlun C'sius l.el.ind was seen tills after
noon lu leg ml to the edltoii.il, lie Mid
"Of course, Major Hudson will d. fend Ilog
eis Hi. is simply paving him ,i debt In
owes for help In the in utir cj st ite pi hit' r
Wlun the house passed a bill rpiliielng the
rates foi printing lludsun had to iely
upon tho Populist sen Hot to kill the bill
It looks vets' much Ilko u tride. Hud
ton's frb nds supported the bill, which
voted a delklencs of Jiil.Ooo to the outgoing
Populist state prltitir nnd In leturn tho
Populists defeated the bill to reduce the
ratis vvhli h Hudson woull receive
In the fntuie As leader In the Popu
list senile, Seiuitut Itogeis was hand mul
glovo in this lombliiatluii nnd -Mi foi Hud
son owes tho small fortune which he
will driw fiom the state during the next
two vein. In u gnat incisure, to Itogers,
who was Iirgely Instrumental In knplng
the hoiiHo bill out of sight Hudson would
be an Inflate If lie did not stiml by his
p il mom III tho deil "
Mr l.d mil fiuther sivs that ho has
m.nlo plilnlj woidcd and speeliio i barges
against tieiutor Itogers which he feels iei
t till hi will be able to sustain liet'oie the
Investigitlug committee. Hi, does nut want
to Us the ease lu tho new MM p. is, but he
n si ins the st itemwit that tlm ilnrges are
"niitraiii ous and urn ailed foi" by ans pci
soti Ignoi.int of the evidence It Is ivldent
tint a hot quaipd between Major lliiilton
nnd i'y I.i'liud villi follow home of tho
fill lids of I.eliud am already asset ting that
u speclil ci-slou of the leglhlatuio will
grow out of the Capital's couise, at which
the stntu pi luting will bu cut fmin Its
present ixoruiiiiu uxuies or uiu peopio win
know to a certainty which puly Is ie
ciiousllile for ans fiirthu cnutiuutma of
the ruinous ssstem Tills Is the talk of
tho l.elind men. ami they no doubt have a
largo mijotlty of the house with them.
ROGERS MAY GET ROASTED.
A (link mid il I'iiii ikn nn tlm Cnminlttrp
lo Invtutlgnte Hie I'opulUU' AI-
leglil lllliilliius llaldta.
Topckn, Kas , March 27. (Sped il ) The
legislative committee to Investigate Sena
toi Itogers as icgent of tho stato univer
sity was amiouuiid to-night Jt will be
torn posed of Senatur Wlllcoxson, Itepub
llean, and Keuutor Cook, Populist, mid
lteprchtntatlvcs Jlooie and Warner, l(o.
publicans, mul Paiuake, populist, No date
lias set been lixed fo.r the uitetlug.
Thu pcnlleiitlais coiuuilticu completed Its
oigiiiiUatlou to-day bs thu election of L. s.
Seuis ns cluk and Juhu Hlgglns us scr-geaiU-at-aims.
Assistant Attorney Gen
ual (joduid will upiii.u for tho state In
thu piostcutlon, as will ulso the 1'opullst
law or, lien Hendeitoii. W'aideu Chase
will be iepiesenti-d by Captain Joe Waters,
of Topeka. The comuillue will meet ut a
o'clock on 1'ilday morning to commence
The commlttio to Investigate, the Insane
usslum otllcidls nut to-night, partially or
ganized, und adjourned until to-morrow.
Governor Morrill sent his executive clerk
to Lawrence last night, where he served
rnplcfl of llin charges upon Senator Itogns,
vi bo was In that iltv nlteiullng a Iiueling
of the board of rcnenls.
Chilli iniili I'nrker, of the iipnllriitlnr'
coininlttei.. Issued a liuiuber of subpoenas
foi vvltursscH lo-d ij'i
Utprespiilatlvi! Wnriier, who declined a
plnco iiptui tlu ltouiplioliler-asvluui com
mittee, was i npl.it 0.1 liv Hrplipentiillve
Mlllci, of .Mortis county. to-iln.
MUCH ADO AJ50UT NOTHING.
There Is Nn rtpiirn-l'iirtimout i Among
Kiiusis Cittle A.rordlng tu Mr. Dovuc,
mul Ho Knows.
Topekn, Kim., March 27. (Special ) l)r
Devoe. the i(clnllst sent mil by the "eire
tnrs tit the diparttnelit of ngrlcultnie, re
turned to Topeka to-day after Investigating
tho nllegul cnseR of plpuro-piiptinionl t
among the cnttlo nf Cniitrnl Kansas lOiin
ties Me siss there Is nothing whatever
In tho siaic So far from having pleiito
puctimnulii tlm cattle have no dls.use nt
nil Thej are simply run down nnd disor
dered from limit feed, lie kill' 'I two of
tho ulTictiil steers nnd round Unit lungs
III pprfci t henltli Tin ntntn witiltiiix com
mission returned with Di Devoe, anil ore
phased bivond nipasilln nt tho happs ler
mill itloll of what ptomlscd to be n dicadfiil
tliliur for tho cattle liiduntrv In Kutisas
Washington .March 27. As poon as the
department of agriculture was advised l.v
Guvcrnor .Morrill, of Kansas, of an al
leged outbreak of contagious plturo-pneu.
tnonla 111 that stnte. Secretary Morton de
tailed Traveling Inspictor W. S. Devoe. of
tho l.tirc in of animal Indtistrs. to i.roi eed
nt onrp to Kansas and nscirtaln ull of the
facts and his report mates posltlvels thete
is no plcuro-pneiiinonla In the statu and
that the suspected animals arc free from
the disc isp
A thorough Investigation was made by
him In Kansas His dispatches to Seiri
tnrv Morton stnte most posltlvels thnt
tin re was nothing In the hlstorv of thu
animals, nothing In their appearance and
notlilnir dlscovired In nost mortem examin
ation, eltlut bs the local vetcrln ulans or
bs the department Insfrectoi which null
cited even remotely that thev were nf
feited with coutauloiis plpuio-pneiimonl I.
The olllcnls .at the ngrlciiltutnl depart
niptit have inalntalnid from the llrst tint
It Is Impossible for Ihe disease In question
to break out In Kansas, because the con
tagion had never existed In tint section
of the counlrs" and there have been no
ncent Importations of cattle bj- which It
could hive bien carried there
The dlsp itches punt from Knnas .alleg
ing plpuio-pnciimonla, the department of
llcers sav, is a result nf n case occurring
win re the stito vi terlnarian was unable
to determine the niituie of some disease
In cattle caused nj- local conditions.
CLEVELAND CANNOT PREVENT.
United States Will ltn Hi present! it nt the
Intern itlonnl .Vloui turs Coiifcri urn
llispltn Ills Objiclloiis.
Washington, March 27. (Special ) The
stubborn opposition of the president to
nnsthlng tint looks like a favorable con
sideration of silver may be partialis over
come bs independent action on the part
of senate and house delegates While ,n
lutein itionai monetary conference Is not
an .issuipil fait, the I'lfts-thlrd congriss,
is is well known, mule tmple piollMon
for an American representation In ease
Prance, Hugland and Germans agr. e to a
conf, rente Thu Wolcott resolution,
adopted bs the two houses and signed bs
Hie president, provided for the appoint
ment bv the senate of three members of
that body and a similar nuinbei of reti
re seniativos anil hupp civilians, to ue se
Iccted bs the president.
The house and senate commissioners have
bull mimed, but the ptesldont Ins not ns
vet seh eted the civilian eomiuihsioiiers.
The stors Is current to-night that the
president will not, iven It a confennci is
askid for lis thu tluce great powets, lp
polnt these commissioners. The question
now being discussed Is this;: If the presl
dent disregards the act of congress mat
ing the commission by refusing to name
the three members (provided tor, would
that lnv xtlil He the act',' ; Tneie Is nu
thoiltv for the statement that some of the
commission, rs will go on thflr mission if
the ionf nine Is uilled, win tin r tin pres
IdPnt parties out the Instructions of uin
giess oi i of
An appi ipriitmn of SIIIW is ivailable
whrthii iln , In f I'xieiitive em, rs into
the Idas or not It is v.is "c rt iln tint
Senators '1.11, t .ml Dinlels will l i in. I u
Is believed thai Mr llltt will ilsu Join
them on the pirt of the Iioiim U Is
thoucht llkelv- tliat Jones, of Arkinsas,
nnd c'ulbirson of Tixas, will flml it im
possible to atP nl owing to their f it of
tlio pn sldi nt
KANSAS UNIVERSITY REGENTS.
The Itourd still In Spsslnu nt liurenre
lllst iissliur lliislupss Vlutti rs.
I.avvienie, Kas, Match 27. (Special )
Tin- boaid of logouts of tho unlveislty
was in s,sslcin to-dav Judge J. I' Sams
w is c bos, n Lc piesideiit, and fli.it I s
P Scott, secnlniv. Chancellot Miow is
ex otllcln piesldiiit The usual st Hiding
lommlttecs vvi 11 appointed foi tln'cuin
Ing v eat
Piesideiit William Wlckes, of the state
lioaid cil public woiks, was heie with
State Ati'hltcit Sivmnur Divls, to tuiti
ovei the new phsslcs building lo the re
g. Ills Tin building Is nbotlt completi cl
and will be Html up and leads tor use
liv the time tin tall teim begins m t
Si pu mln r
This aflernnoii's session of the linnnl
was devutid tu 11 potts of ullluis mul
heiids of the v.iilous depntments of the
Institution, .showing the work of the pist
A DEMAND UPON BREIDENTHAL
Vlr. Joins Will Ask lllin It. Slip Out urilie
It ink ( .11.11. lissiiiin r's Olllr, .
Topeka, Kas, March 27 (Spe. 1 il ) C S
.lobes to-di$ Hied his bond with the mere
t irs of state as state biuk commission, r,
ami to-monow vlll make formil ilimind
lliwn John llitidentlinl lor the otlli e iln Id-
cntliil villi dcellne. and Ml Jobes will go
to the Hipruno court with nil .11 Hon In
quo w.ut.iuto to oust him The 1 ue v. Ill
nroli lbli be mule llnon all uurccd state.
incut ot ficts, as the onlv question ,u Is.
sue Is win tin r, nuclei the liw, III. lit. intuit
colli I bu appnlnttd foi 1 full let m of foul
Seals, ii whether ho Is simply Idling a
vaeancv If tie Intii r view Is sustained
vlr Jobes tiny entei upon his duties at
(1.111 rnuiPiit vi t I no Hie (111tr.1l I'.kHIi'h
sluUli.g I mul.
Washington, M1111I1 27 The attorney
ginetnl In an opinion .-cut to tho spiietnry
of the tie .is 111 to-day holds in cll'ect thu
the finking fund credited lo thu l.'ciitial
paiillc i.iiltuad iciinpins ami now lu the
ticasiiis aiiiouniiiiL, to marls Ji. ('.() m is
be used to iiliiiliuife tlio govirumint fur
!.'.i.JJ,() pild on J 11111 us h! list lu tho le.
di minion of Its bonds lo imd the com
pany In lisi,, and that the .sinking fund
may also be applied 10 tho pus mint of tlm
till, men of the Intel. si dun on these bonds
amounting to J I, Iis, 1-'-', In the sinking fun 1
am bond, ainouniliig tu f5.SCl.oo.!. which,
When sold, will Iniiiai-e lh available cash
in the ticasuis bs thai amount plus a con
filler. ible piemiiiui which will undoubtedly
I'liltll IM.M' ,VSi(,m:i; A.V1I1U1.
t'liurles I. f'opil mil 'lakis Charge uf Uiu
( 4 nt rut Ka ii is I 0111 . 1 mt trust ('ouii ius.
Jtussell, Kis, Maich 27. (Special )
Charles ! Copeland vvus to-day electid
permanent aslgnee of the Central Kan
sas Loan and 'I rust Comuanv. G. G Kel-
log, of lloston, who was present, was out
voted. Tho eouipins's assets consist of
3 loo acres In VVicturu land and equities In
fawns, vulucd ut (M,W0, but cannot bo re
ulUed oil Liabilities are A'i.OOO debentures
and S7Jl gunianticd loans held In llos
ton and IG'JW0 guaiuntetd loans held In
Vermont, Coiicland wus tieasunr and
manager of the companj. The credltuis
expect a small dividend.
.VIlKlnlcs Going Wist.
Toledo, O, ilmch 27. A special from
Columbus, l), lass; It U stuted here on
good uuthoitt) that arrangetiunu are be
ing made for a Western trip to be made
this sunimtr by Governor MoKlnles. In
buiuuce Commissioner llulin, who is now
lu California, Is said to be preparing the
gov erugr'3 Itintrary.
THREE BITE THE DUSTlii
DA It I NO
atti:vii't or siv jibs to
A 1IIAIN IN KI.NTIIt'Ky,
HALF OF THEM WERE KILLED.
OTiirtts i:sfAi'i:n without si:.
CIllll.MI ANV 1IOOTV,
DETECTIVE ALLGOOD'S BRAVERY.
: rnpsp oim:ns iiiii: on tiii:
II.IMHIS Willi l'ATU. ItKsULT?.
The AtlPinpt Was .MiuIp nn tlio Quppn nnd
Crpsi.nl 'Iriln, snuttileiiincl, mid
About SHI,.., n .vol,, 1'niin smnrr-
sol. Kv.-lrnlu llilmil Ipsh
lllllll 'I. 11 Vtliiutps,
Greenwool, Kv , March 27 -One of tho
most d irlng and nt the same time most
unsuccessful ntteinpts at train robbers,
occurred nt 2. SO 11. m. to das hi the south
ern put ot Kintucks', when six mm un
dertook to rob the southbound train No
3, ijiu-eii cS. Crescent, which left Clnrlmi ill
at S p. m, list night. One ot the six was
Killed outright, another died nt 4 o'clock
this mottling and 11 third, giving the name
ot Miller, died In Cunibirlind Palls The
other tin ci outlaws hive not been heard
from. The train was dilived not more
lli.in ten minutes and re idled Chattanoogi
nt s 1. m to-daj- on time.
The leason for tills summary disposal ot
a bods of triln robber 1 Is found In tho
f let that nonio tidings of their purpose li id
been given to the inllrond or express au
thorities nnd that Mr. T. It. Grlllln, who
sirves ns superintendent of police on the
Southern roid, had with him two trusty
assistants, 'J he train hid Just re.iched the
south end ot tunnel No. '', which Is a mile
1101II1 of Greenwood, when tho lobbets
signaled It to stop, 'they hid scarcels
disclosed their put pose until Mt. Grlllln
and his assist ints on tho train began of
fensive opei itions mid In ten minutes
three of the robbers hid bitten the dust,
tlm other three hud How n and the ttalti
wis spi edlng on Its wis. N.it a single
injurs was siilfe'red bs' ans one on the
(if course the treasure In cire of the
A lams I.xpiess Coiupans's messciigei was
1 ntlrels i-afe.
'I lie Cniiilm tor's storv.
Conductor Pete Gorman, who was In
charge of the train, s.iid "We were six
teen miles south of Somerset and hid
come through Itinni 1 No 11 I w is in the
retr sleepi r chei king up m fares when
the train (.line to a stop. 1 got olf on the
giouml with the llagm in. I saw the blae
of a pHtol ami then anotlii 1 one I told
the lligmin he hid belli 1 come link on
the tr.ilu, is tlic shooting was going
lengthwls, of the tialn, as he might be
shot, and I did the s line. 1 then went
forw 11 1 and found tint the tr iln robin is
hid boirclid Tlnre wile lx of the tiulu
robin rs One w itched the engltippi, tluee'
intend the bigc,.ige car ami two r in lined
on the ground 011 the left hand side of
the ti.iln As soon as the train had stop
ped, Dute'ctlve Allgood went out ot the
car nnd as he stepped on the front pi it
form the robber or the robbers on the
ground veiled: Tlnow- up xour hands or
I'll shoot sou ' Instead of doing this, AU
cooel chew his pistol and begun shooting,
ihe other robbers In the InKgagp ear thin
1 in out ind Grlllln and IMily Joined All
good 111 tin light Thev- killed one man
iiotli.r was In lv wound, d ami died at
I o lock this morning, 'ihe ihitei w is left
at Cumbeilanel Pills,
' It w is all done sU quick, that there does
nut si. m 11111. li to tell, in ten minutes w.
wile gomcr on
"V wiecklng tr iln followed rloselv- be
hind us us tin sec Hon of our train and we
le tt the deiictlvts and thelt prlsonng to
be takpn on It 'I In div pn ichps wpie
ftilrlv well filled 'Ihe p iss, ngers weu
-ciniewhit at limed, but as the triln soon
moved on Hips- were leassund Not on,
of the 1 illioul implovcs or ins passengns
were butt .V01 as f.u is l luuivv did .1
I111II1 1 enter ans of thi 1 uaches '1 his
shooting was done alongside the ti iln and
not 1 nisswise Tin robbeis wpi well arm
1 I with pistols mil carbines v p found one
c 11 bine tins dropp.il The robbers evlde nt
! thnuc,ht Hies were aboard the express
e ir when tins (iileied the baggage- car t
lon't know who tin- lobbers weie but
th.-s nte suppos. e to b,- p irties living in
tint spe Hun mai wiieiotlie robbery was
'I It I s
ItOltlll'O IN VIISSOI'UI.
linn 31.mi.iI tin 1 ipress Hi Id I'p by IIiudltH
It Willi iinsiill,-,
Little nock, Alk, Jlmh 27 Train Jfo
"I on the Iron Mouninln w is held up 115-
iil.bi is about 10 o'clock to-night just north
of illluusville, Mo, eighteen miles north
of Poplar llluits, .Mo, bs two men. The
robbeis cm off the 111 ill, ixpress ami bag
B ige ears and ran about half .a mile ami
robbed the expn ss 1 ir it is not known
what boon the toJibirs got The- cotuliu .
101 lost his watih and money ami It Is
supposed the pasepg.-is win ilso robbed,
but dd ills of the hold-up hive not beiu
received at this hour.
SPAIN IN MORE TROUBLE.
t Couiitli Millie In lie limiliecl In
liiiiipllialluiis Willi liigluiil for
Killing .1 llrllish s . iiiiiii,
Ililllmon-, Mnrch 27 At J o'clock on tlio
inclining of Match 19, Spuilsh sentries mill
deiously shot and klllul a seaman of tho
lliltlsli stiamshlii Latiicstlua, ami budls
woiiuded a Cuban ntgio ut St. Jugo, Cub 1,
'I ho lliitlsh goviinnuut is investigating
tho ninttei, and coinplliations betwiin Pn
gland and Spain may lesull. Tho LauiiS.
tin 1 .in iv 1 el at this pott this afternoon
from St. Jago, and lu r oilicers deiiouiiio
thu shooting as ,1 minder 'lliiv silled 10
.in Assiulutid Piuss lepoitii that the sen
mail was Juhu Lowe, aged l" seals, a resi
de ill of Leeds, Dug., who had bhlpped ut
I'aidllf, Wales on tho night of iluich is.
ihe. eitw wtiit asliuio I01 a stroll, ami
walkid iqi from wheio tho vessel was Is lug
10 the town of St Jago, a shoit ills-ami)
away The boatswain, Lawn and anothir
siumuil were lu one puns, and attei a
walk about Ihe town, si.utid lo lellilll tu
the ship Wlun mails theio Lowe ilitn
mined tu letuiii in Uiu iiiwu, and sturtul
luck lu eoinpaiiy with u Cuban ntgio, 1:11
lutltn this hud to 11 iss a Cuban loir l-hiiI.
soiled by Spanish Hoops, hu.ldenly u sen.
1 Hi' 1 spuing out of tin- dukiiess as they
ni.ired the fort and lu Spanish eoinui uidid
them to halt. Lowe did not iiiidcistaud tho
command and stalled to Inn 15 awns Thu
next Instant tho sentinel i.ilsed his iiiusktt
and llreel, Lowe dropped to his kiue nnd
roi d over a lorpse. Tho negio the 11
stalled to 1 uii, when he, 100, was shot ami
mortally wounded Tho dead man uml the
wounilid nigru worn carrltd liisielo tho
fort At ills break Cnptuln Gavin, of tlm
Uiureutliia, unit in thu fmt und tluuaudul
Iho body of the man Tills iliniaiui wns
1 edited, unci ho has made a I'ounal rum.
plaint to tlm lirltlsh government An In.
visilgallon Is o i inade. The olllceis of
tho strnmei stato lint wlun sho Mt Cuba.
Mil eli jo, the 11 volution was progressing
I'llWPIIS WH.I. M)r IMIlltl 1.1(1-,
Chilli's I ITorls for 1'ur. Igu Intervention
Are .Not eSucitssfiil,
St. Petersburg, March 27, It Is semi,
olllclaily stated that In reply to China's;
icque-st that they mediate for the declara
tion of an armistice duilng the peace nego.
nations, Germ my and the Pulled States
have notltitd China that they are retolved
to maintain a stilctly neutral attitude In
legaid to China und Japan. The other
powers to whle.li 11 similar appeal was
made, have rcfucscil 10 Interfere.
Washington. Muich 27. Although nothing
Is said at elthei the Jamm., or rrhlnsH
legation 114 to the coudltlou of Li IJunf J
hang, the Chlnesp iipnre ftunv. It Is
tiown that nlvliis Imve been rpiplied In
111c 111 I elletps Unit s, rl .us t-, suits nre nn
prehinded fiom the wound In fn.'t tlm In.
loriiiiuinii nns will sucii as to 01110 somo
discussion ns to the prrea his dinlli might
hnvo upon the situation In the Orient. It
Is getutallv believed It would prevint Jn
pin pecittltig its good turns as she had In
tended to Insist Uton,
ANOTHER ACTRESS MURDERED.
A 1115 I hill Kill. .1 by .tiiliu lllcMmr, Who
'lh 11 I1111I1 Ills Own VAr.tiliPii
Js'ew York, March 27 John lllgetow nn
actor, ohot nnd lt.ltc.1 Ams Thill, nn notress
tii.div In the furnished room of the wonilli
lu Wist Tttents -fourth street and then
turned the weapon, u revolver of lirge
calibre, to his own head and blew out his
brilns. The double tragedy was not ills
cm end until almost evening, whpn both
boellps were found lilngeoid nnd bloods on
Ihe lloor of the npnrtimtit where the crime
luiil luen loinmltti'd None of those In the
house, coiilel assign u mottle for the deed,
lllgelow was nboiit To vuirs old and the
woman wits hot mote than 2", Hlin had
Hud in a room on thu thlld Moot shire
last summer and was iispccteel l.v nil with
whom she einie In lotitaet 11111I bore 11
(luuieter which was blameless The man
wns known to thu elevator attendant mul
others lu th,. building, but onlv sllghtls.
It w is In the nelgbbiuhool or lo 30 o'clock
this miiriilngth.it .Mrs Columin, the Jtn
Itress, litsml three or four npoits of 11
pistol. As .Miss 'Ihlll had not put In nn up.
penance during the i nitre dis. Mrs Cole,
m in biH-ainu alarmed ami went up to the
voung I11I5 s loom Shu nipped reppatedls',
bill received no response Tin 11 she tiled
to otieu the dor. but It wns bipkcil 'Ihe,
iloor w is forted and revpiib-d the sight of
the two ileid bodli's, both bloodv nnd both
sit etc lied on thu lloor Prom the 11ppc.11.
mice of the room, It would seem that the
two had 11 taken of a light birakfiist to
gillin. '1 ho coioner found two lelteis on the
tabic- which .Miss 1 1illl hid wrlllen the
evening before. Din- was addressed to her
ninllui. Mine Thill MJ .Miller uvenile,
.Minneapolis Allnn , and the other to S S,
K.utsih, tlm m in ii;i r of a thuitilcai
Amv 'J hill and her two sisters, Louise
ntid Mnrle, also oe tresses, lived lu the
Twentv -fourth stteet house- togethir for
sevei u months. Louise and M irlu se-euiid
nn .ng igi iiieut a fortnight ago with Dick,
son's "Incog" compuiv, which was booked
to open at llrle. Pi, to-tilght Aim's last
engagement was with Joseph llaworth's
ruinpitiv whleli pliv.il "llosednle" at the
Star theater, this iltv, list spilng. Thi
gh I had been lu thu lust of spirits lateh
and hci ti lends can a-.lgii no inutlvj- for
FRANK CRAYCROFT LOCATED.
A Spihilhiu Mho Illsiipp. irrd With n short-
llge s. . ral V tnrs Ago sLt n
ut Oillus. -Ii (.
Sedalli, Mo , Man h 27 -(Special ) Prank
Crnjeiofl, seven sears ago, vns general
agent foi the McCornilck Harvesting Ma
chine Conipuis, of CI1I1 igo, witli henil
quarteis in this cits'. He suddenly disap
peared, leaving a short ige of 1 x .-1 a 1 thou
s iml dollars, the result ot excessive deal
ings In gi.iln options When Ciascrott left
.sedall t he disappeared as completely ns
If tin- euth ha 1 opened and swallowed
him. hut the 'heoiv that he had 1 otimiltte.t
siilcldt was not gineralls" accepted and
lirge lew.uds weie ortered for his arrist.
Criviroffs property was turned over to
the- McCornileks, pirtliilv satsfng their
clilin To-d.iy reliable Infoiniitlon was
recened lure tint Ciave'toft was sien at
Dal! is, T, v , list Mondn liv Hugh Pltr
gerad who was editor of tlm old Sodall 1
Democrat, of which I'nviinft was foim
erls pipsidint ami gp1111.il niunni.e r It is
stippoMil hen- th it t'riseioft bus bum hld
Inr lu Mexico, and had nailied tlm con
clusion that 11ft-r the lap-e of vp.irs he
would run no ilsk In meeting foimer ne
qiiilntanecs b visiting tlm capital of the
Lone Mar utile. The news of Cravcroft's
location created much surprise here.
MARKUM'S LETTER TO MORRILL
hit "f the llnrilllli-llt III Wlllcll the llppil-
IV Warden lie 1 IIiips the Govir.
noi's .Viqiolntiiii nt.
Lansing. Kas, March :i (Special ) The
following is a 1 opv of the- letter written by
Depiiiv Warden Maikum, declining to act
as w lrden tinder Governor Morrill's) In
structions: "Lansing, Kas , March 21, 1S13
"To His Hxcellencs, Governor V. X. Mot
rin 'I opeka, Kns
'.! D .11 Governor I hive the honor
to ac-know ledge, through the klndm ss of
hln lift Petnson. of Wjandott.- counts-, the
re. ept of sour lonimlsslon appointing me
w uileii of the K insns statu pcnlteiitlnrs
during th, alleged suspeutlon ot W.udc-u
Setli W Ch ISi
"lo obvious reisons jour pxcllpncy
will p unit nn to most i-specttulls decline
to leeept Of Slid IppOilUuie'Ilt
"'Sink or swim survive or perish,' I
pref 1 to n mam V ardrn Ch isp's de-pulv
until he- goes down under a propel. Just
and I gal tilbuual Thanking sou for the
.li-tliiKiili.li. .1 honoi sought to be . onferr. .1
I '; 10 n miin, most nsp, itfullv vour
Ob ellellt seiv.int, VI 11 M VltKt'.M,
1). putv Waidcn."
HARD FIGHTING IN COLOMBIA.
linn riiuii ut loices Dif.at n l.irge lorm
of Insurgi uts Afli r 1. 11 Hums of
lllooeli C1111III1 I,
Colon, Colombl i, Man h 27, A great battle-
w is fought at Knsli-o 011 Mauh IB, be
twien the gov eminent foues under Gen
e r.il Ilex 1 s, mid the lebels The- latter weit
defeited after a struggle of leu hours, al
though 1 rs.) of the government Hoops dled
while on the march The lebels, who num
bered 2,.V"J men, wen- completels routed
and tho town was cfiptuu-d The gov e 1 li
me lit fortes lost 7() 1111 n dining the bit tie
.ili.l tho rebel loss uinoiinti 1 to 1 jw. Two
turusaim icueis burrcuiieicu.
'Hie SU unship Alltnnru. Captain Crosj,.
min, of the Colombian Hut, fiom New
oik, 011 Match 2e), aiitved lure aftei piss,
lug uvti lie ( usual coiuse s,u was not
mulested This Is the steamct which was
reeentls Hied upon bs a Spuilsh Minbont
oil thu mast ol Cub 1 The gunboat l,i
Popa has uirlved heie with fourteen pris
oners. A SEEKER AFTER KNOWLEDGE.
Ilrllllint Siieecss uf Itii-su Inn nut In
.Milling I Connie Hon With ll
Topeka, Kns, Muich 27, (Special ) A
Souiig man named Itiese Wm Zanl nt
tempttd nn expiiltm-iit In electrical science
Sesteuliy whleli ho will probably novei le.
peat Ho stood Willi his toes nn a stieet
nil tail and thicw a nnnll wlro ovei the
tiollij wlio above- to see, as he sapl. If he
"could inako conncc'tioii ' Ho certain))
did make connection, fur when tho 1 tirrent
1 1 ached him lio was knocked down ami
tiimblid nvir a space of about foity feet,
but foitunntily cscap.il with his life His
1 .ine lluicllt urounile el 1)10 clieuli foi uwhile.
and tho earn stopped 1 nulling Ho was .tr
usted on the loinplnlnt of ihe stn-i t car
comptns, nud was bound over for trial q
the sum ot 1100,
IHOVIA. U. llNi: WATS IT,
Anolbi r li limm ( I15 Api'llcant for Hi filter
uf 11 II ink,
Washington, March 27. (Special ) Thomas
0. Pas m. of Kansas Clt), applied to-du)
for the uppoiiitnuiit of receiver ot the
National Hank ot Kansas City. The ap
plication Is accompanied with tho usual
line of liidorsinuiits Senator Vest called
at tho department to-day to make Inquiry
about wlun Hie cimptrollei uf the eur
i.11".5' '.I expected to return. Also Senator
Coekrtll, who statid some duss ugo that
he did not care to 111 ike a reiommeiiilullou
lu tho maltn, called to-day to make In
Inquliv of tho comptroller. Senator Vtst
has observid tint In- would like to talk
to the toiuptioller about the matter be
foro the upiiolntmeiit is made, but despite
tho fact thai benator Cockrell hus ob
soived that he- did not c-aru to have nns
thlng to do with the business, he apppears
to be aruund jusl the same making In.
uulries about when the comptroller will
When the department closed tills evening
nothing had been heard about the where
ubouts of the eomntroller. It is .h. ,..-,.-
eral uplnlon tbat.ha will reach town In the
moroine and will b on hand for huskies
- 4-wi Auusascii,, souri, march 12tb, 1S93. '
KAis vs CUT, Mo , ,Mrch 21, IFM.
ri-niM-mlurj iMte-rxlcii .Utnlnun, SI; mnz
TO'dav l look for tV ut,tlhlr to bt Mr.
To-day we'll sell MO pairs of Ladles'
Shoes, broken ?l?e, vvortli $2.00 to J 1.00,
Ladles' J3 00 Shoes, Idd or cloth tops,
polnkd or square toes, patent leather
tips, all sires, :2 to S, widths A to Ul,',
For Si. 98.
Ladles' J2 50 spring heel, Viol kid, but,
ton Shoes, square toes, patent leather
Mlss.s' 1 75 kid button Shoes, spring
heel, square toe, patent leather tips,
Hoys' Shoes, button, lncn nnd congresf. '
sizes 12 to ID, and woith $2 00 und 12.60,
I2'ic Sher I'lald White Goods,
lilt?; Hook roht Largo Tlalil ,Whlt
33c Imported rijrurod Hatlsto,
23o narnsley Ilttelc KultlnEs, " '
."le Hleachod DatnasU Torrcls, knotted
filnge. M Inches long,
11.21 Hemstitched Lunch Cloths, 41
98 Cents. ''
B- Colored Linen Cloths, " -"V
SI. 48. -,
$100 nienched Xapklns, 24 Inches) I
squnie, per dozen,
Plain White and Colored Doylies, IS
Momle Splashers, with open work,
C Turkish Wash Cloths,
15 Cents. '
19c Hemstitched Hleachcd Huck Tow.
SC-inch Stand Covers, In nit colors,
7-inch Round Colored Doylies,
70-Inch rialn White Hemstitched) 1
3G-lnch Cream Tuiklsh Towels,
10 and lS-Inch Stair Clashes,
I5c and 18c Yard.
EVic 3G-inch fine Hi own Cotton,
For 33i'c Yard.
19c Cheviot Wool Suitings,
For IOJc Yard.
29c Covert Suitings,
10c Pongees, black giounds with col
15c Batiste, in Pei Man effects,
See our line of new Golf Suitings,
For 35c Yard.
Staple Cheek Apion Glngham3,
For 8-iJ Cents.
GOO Women's Gingham Sun Bonnots,
10c Stockinet Diess Shields, '
2I-lnch Men's Turkey Ited Handker
chiefs, G'.c each, or
4 for 25c.
Chlldi en's School Ilniulkerchiefs,
2 for 5c. "
Ladles' White Apions,
I5c. 19c and 25c Each.
12no rancy Lace Scrim, 3S Inches wide,
For 7'i Cents.
When jou're thinking about having
oui- house papered, lemembcr that tho
pl.ieo wheio ou should get )0ur paper
is tho pi ice that olleis )oti tho greatcat
assoitment of new patterns; and ut tha
There- nio now nbout 200,000 rolls olj
new 1S35 Papcth in our fctock.
Wo employ a corps of nxpcilenced p.a.
perhangeis, and guar.tnteo all ot our
In our Iirtig Dept, wo save ou from
10 per t out lo 10 per cent.
Ascr's Cluiry IVi toi vl, worth SI, for.10.73
A)e'i's' Sars.ipanlla, worth (1, for 7a
Ascr's Hair Vigor, worlh 7--, for..,,,. ,t3
August Plowcr, worth 73e, for 51
Anil-Ucad.iclio Powder, worlh I3o, for ,1a
Iliirnh un's lleef. Iron and Wine,
worth "."', for ,
Ctitlc.ur 1 ltesolvcnt, worth II, for,
Cisiartu, worth 2jc, for
Cirlsbid Sprudel Salt, v orth I), for.,.,
C liter's I.. L, Pills, worth 2.'.c, for..
IVllow's Comivoiind Ssrup of ll)po-
phosjihltcs, worth ll.a lor.
Hall's ('atari h Cine, worth II, for,,.. .03
Indian Sj.igw.i, woith II, for 79
Llsttrlne, worth II, for,, , , SJ
MeriiH's l'emalo Tonic, worth 11, for,, ,71
Wlno of Cardul. worth $1, for,.,,,,.,,. ,7J
W trner's Sife Cure, worlh SI.23, for.. ,V3
hteru's Wlno of Cod Liver Oil, worth
41, for , 79
Shlppmi'3 Asthma Cure, worth 51, for ,6J
Paskol.i, worth 51, tor ,,,.,,,,.,,,,, ,53
German Quinine, worth Uo ounce, for ,13
P, it W, Quinine, worth 7So ounce, for ,W
Hmpty Capsules, 100 in box, for ,,, .in
UAU.RY, UIRI), TIIAVER & CO.,
PILCHER'S TURNTO COME NEXT
Wlnllild A.sluiu to lie Investlgiiteil boou,
unci Cliurgts Will Soon Ho Filed.
Topeka, March 27. (Special ) It Is com
monly talked to-day thai (he next statu
Institution to be investigated will be tho
Asslum for the Imebclle Youth at Win
Held, presided over by Dr. Pllcher, Charges
are said to have been prepared which, win
..09n be tiled with, tho governor,
OJslVCK H. OUAN, Trusted. J