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VOTjtTMl XXXVII. NO. 300.
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HOI and 1103 Main and II Eleventh St,
TKTJB OOR,3STE3rL STORE.
W. J. LONG,
THE CHASE INVESTIGATION.
Whole I'o.ullt Administration Involved In
tho Si initial Ciiiinc-iteil 1 Itll llio Witrd-
'ii .Administration nf tho Pen.
Topeka. Kas., April 7. (Special.) The In
vestigation of Warden Chase has pro
gressed lar enough to show that many
others besides the warden are. Involved In
the penitentiary scandal. It has been
shown that Ooornor Lewelllng and the
rest ot tho Populist state administration
were fully await of the disgraceful jro
ooedlngs at the penitentiary, and that In
stead ot trjlllfT to punisn aim remoiu nie
offenders, they weie all hand In glove with
nrh nlhor In an attempt to hush un the
scandal and shield the culprits. It Is no
longer a 'latter 01 wonucr mat vvarue-n
rimkn niTi ed in re.sl.rn. fiovernor Morrill
did hl3 statu and party an Inestimable
Fen Ice when he refused to accept the war
den's loslgnntlon. Tho testimony has con
victed tho Populist ndmlnlstnrtlon of con
spiracy and falsehood. In the beat of the
recent campaign Governor Lewelllng stated
over his own signature that he had made
an Investigation and that but two of the
Chase fatnllv wero upon the pay rolls nt
tho penitentiary, and now that the piy
rons nave nee uiougut uuu muu, .e -.
chnnti tii.-t fniii- members of the Chase
family wca continuously upon the tuy
rolls, ior mourns iiii-c-ct.i.K, u toe ihi.o
ond eer slneo Uovcmor Lewelllng made
his repot t
It has been shown by tho testimony that
olllcers nf the penitentiary made tormal
complaint ot the scandalous conduct of the
warden both to the governor and the bond
of prison directors and that these olllcl lis
made baste it once to conceal tin hNinil.il
and rhlcld the warden. Abble Mathews,
fonneil) an employe ut the penitentiary,
has swoin that she leecHcM In r patent
position1 as matron of tho industrial school
for Bit Is at llclnlt -is the pi Ice of her si
lenco In icgard to tho mi-dce'd.-. of W'aideu
The committee expects to be a. week or
mote taking testimony at the penitential
nml will then letuin to Topeka Tor lln.il
sitting 'J'lie investigation will open at
Lansing at 11 o'clock Tuesdaj morning
bteps have been til.en to insuie a full and
fair hc.iitn,; theie. The convicts will bo
given to undeisiand thit they need tear
no jiiosocutlon If they tell the whole truth.
IDENTIFIED AS TULSA JACK.
The Han Kill. .1 -War Hover, ). T Proves
tn Ho 'Hull Itudoiitahlo IS .ii.lll.
OMilionm 'Hy. O. T.. April T.-(SpecIal)
The iluu! body of tho tialn lobber killed by
lii puti Marshal Mndsen nnd jiosso west
of Uover, O T., Thursday, was nought
hero to-day for purposes of lilentllii.itl.iji.
It was viewed by ovei oW I'e'snns ,,, ful y
Idontlllcd as tho body of William Ulake',
alias Tulsa Joe k, an oilglnul member of tho
r . ballon gang, and one ot the toughest
dl tho lot Ilo bus boon concerned In al
most ovoiy tialn rnbheiy In tlu. est for
tho past two .ars and was the leader In
to holdup nt S)lvu. Kas.. on the main lino
fully ldLiitllled as HlaKo by II. It. W iltsUl
n lanchin.in. foi vv hunt ho worked liiir
Sterling. Itlco county. Kas., In IS)I. Mr.
Whits 1 says lio woilted on tho lallrou.l
near tint town scveial months and then
went to work for him on tin; ranch, and
that some of his clothing Is sllll lb. re. lie
visited tho iiiuclt a tew .lavs before the
Silva lobbeiy. and then said ho vvns woik
lug on tho XX much. In tho terrltor). He-w-ar.ls
aggregating W.wW l'ao been offered
for him, dead or alive, which tho otllccis
OFFICIAL FROM OTTAWA,
The Hoard of Health Ucs Hie Trim
Minim of Affairs 'I hero In Itog.ird
Ottawa. Kas,, April 7.-(SperlaU Tho
board othealth'lHisMsMied a bulletin In iu.
Kali to tho smallpox In this city, which
C Tho following U tho situation as reported
to tho buaid by tho phyolclnn In charsji:
Tho r?i 1 nol.e clilWn rs '" I'lOKiesslnw In
the usual lorui of dUlluct smallpox, and
there uie no uUnnlnB, symploms.
rsS Illae!-ais"a,lmin11Vecovered. .Ml th
(tuuraiitined peoplu aro reported In good
''Tin!1 board la taklni? extreme mensurea
to l-eep cvurytlili B In control There U no
mherta.e of smallpox In tho city al tho
Present time. Theie weio only two cases
mfor to h" above, They vvtto Sir. Unwell
!.ndrjMrl lle.l1. Hoth tei.uluated In
death, , .
,V It. lie .if Sintu Aim.
Cincinnati. O., Apill 7. lion. John A.
oildvv" mnvor of this Ut. has received
by ex pa sa fioiu A. J.llou.jon. of Texas,
tho son of the late celebiat. d Oeneral bam
llL?usion,iho dagwer which was taken from
(leneral Santa .Ml. when lie was captured
by fien'-rol Sam Houston at Ik una of
San Jacinto, on Apill -'1. IWo. This gift U
to be piest-nted to bomu museum In cm.
.Inuatl. it Is sent In recognition of the
fact that the tvvu cannon ot the Texan
tinny, tailed the "two sisters." which wtro
chiefly Instrumental In wlnnl". tjf.;l';
or San Jacinto, wero tho gift of citizens of
Cincinnati, who wero led by tho latet.eorgo
Graham, of this city,
llnrglnrs Captured at I'nrthiiKC
Carthage. Mo, April 7. (Special) Two
fcurglais wero caught early this morning
robbing a gtoccry store In tho south part
of the city. They were noisy and arou.ed
neighbors, who came to town for police.
Olllters Uruffett and Manker captured tho
thieves. Tied Havens halted when called
upon by Manker. ills companion, Potts,
tried to lit ape, but was brought to a halt
by a. shot from Uruffett, who wounded
him in the arm. i'otta Is an uncle or I"a,d
CY LELAND IS DETERMINED.
llo lV.ip.i.cs (it Hid the Mnto of fncinipe-
tilll Populist Ollklnls Dc.pltu .lliljnr
Topcka, Kas. April 7. (Special.) The
Dally Capital, ot lopelm, continues to as.
sail Hon. Crus Leland because he brought
charges of drunkenness and obscenlt
agilust a Populist member ot tho board of
regents for the state uulversit). The In
vestigation of the accused will commence
on .Monday, April 15. Witnesses have been
summoned for the prosecution and tho list
embraces some of the most prominent and
Irreproachable men of Kansas, The c ise
will be fnltly tried by a committee divided
between the Populist and Itepuhllcnn par
ties, nnd composed of fair and honorable
men. Mr- I, eland makes no concealment
of his motives In becoming the prosecuting
witness. He says thnt he proposes to rid
Kansas of every Incompetant nnd disreputa
ble Populist now holding olllce. The il
publlcan party promised this very thing
to the peoplo of Knnsas from every polit
ical rostrum occupied by a Ilepubllcau
speaker dl 'ng the recent campaign.
As the ot il head of the pirt In Kan
sa, Mr. I.el.'uid has taken the responsibility
of launching these Investigations Tho In
vestigation of Warden Chase, which the
Dally Capital Is applauding, Is part of the
state central committee's work, as Is nlo
the Investigation of the rottenness upon tho
state board of charities
When asked for a reason why the Capital
should ceaselessly assail him. Mr. I.elnud
replied: ' cannot t'oncelve of any reason
why Major Hudson should score me for
bringing charges against a Populist
charges which I will prove to the Mit'sfac
tlon of overj body, or elsf. neccpt the con
demnation which I will deseive unless it
Is because I have alwavs treated him with
kindness and consideration. It Is said that
the bect way to lose tome kind of friends
Is to do them a favor. This must be tile
height ot mv offending against Major Hud
son, for I have never held anything but
friendliness for him.
"The. lact transaction of anv moment I
linil with the ma lor was not many months
ago, when I received u letter from him In
which he depleted the dire straits his D.tllv
Capital hnil fallen Into I promptly mailed
him my cheek for $1000 tor whKli I re
ceived some stoik nr shaie In his com
pany T also enlisted the sympathies of
anoiner jtepuouean. w no, nv me way. is
reeelvinr very little better treatment from
the Capital than mvself ami he also mailed
the ma lor his check for $710 As I said.
this mnv have been the cause of the roast
ing I am leieivlng "
A. canvass of the state house offlelnls
from the governor down, develops that
every man of them Is with Mr I.olind and
the central committee In their efforts to
espnso the misdeeds nf the Populist or
11. t holders. They profess to be astound
ed nt the assault tho Capital Is making
upon Mr. T.eland and they make no con
cealment of the fact tint he holds their
esteem, confidence nnd sj mpathy,
MR. CLEVELAND INDIGNANT.
Ho Spink. Willi Hin li Win intli III Jtig.ird
to Kev. Lansing's It.i.ut
Washington, Apill 7 When the nport of
a speech made tn u Methodist oonfirerui at
Salem, Mass , by Ilev. Landing and his sub
sequent published Intel v l. w, at Liising the
president of intemjiuance, was shown to
Mr. Cleveland this evening, he said with
"This Is simp!) an outraBe, though It Is
not tho (list tlmo a thing of this kind has
been nttemptid. 1 euiiiot avoid a feeling
of Indignation that ai'j man who makes
claims to deiency, nnd especially one who
iihsuiueH the mlu of a. Chilstlan mlnlstei,
should penult himself to beiome a dissem
inator of wholesale lies anil calumnies not
less stupid than they aie eiuel and wicked.
"I easily reeall other oecnslons when
those more or less entitled to be called
ministers ot th llo.-pel have, been Instru
mental In putting Into ilicul.ulon the most
scandalous falsi hoods i dimming my on
dtnt and character. The tlt-mcnts or fac
tors of the most approved uu tilt for plac
ing a false nml batefaced accusation be
fore tho public nppeai to bo. Ilrst, somo
one with has. less motive sulllclent to In
vent; secund, a minister with more gul
libility and Iavo of notoriety than plet,
grecdllj willing to listen to It and gobblo
It; and, third, a newspaper antlously will
ing to publish It Co i the sake of tho
Chrlstltn r Ilglon I am thankful that theo
siandal-mougerlng ministers aie few nnd
on ever) a. count 1 am glad that tho
Amuilcan people love fair play and Jus
tice and that In spite of all etforts to mis.
hud them, the) are apt to form a eouei t
tHtlnutr of the ch.ii.ti. tor and labors uf
their publlo servants."
s.wieii) ,n a v m; pahiom:i.
lie Wax sent l' I'mm K.in. is Pit), K.is,,
for Attempting to Kill III. Wife.
Topeka, April 7.-(Speclal.) The stnt
boanl of paidons is considering tho appll.
union of I 'runic Saplclo for a paalon,
Saplelo was suit to the jienltentl.il from
Kansas City, Jvas . for the attemjitid mur
der ot his wife. Jlo had aasons foi su
jdclons that a oung Austilati wn iiailng
undue attention to Mrs, f, iplcle, nnd ac
cordingly set a trail for the couple Into
width Uiey walked, lie camo upon them
In a compromising biiu.itloii and opened
lire with a jiistol with tho result of shoot
ing his- wife thiough the shoulder, a wound
frum which she recovered,
Saplclo was tried for tho act, nil of
the cvldeucu being translated by an Inter
Ideter. It is now claimed that this In.
teipreter inlsconstnicd tho evidence nnd
upon that ground thu pardon Is asked for,
Tho wounded wife Is prime mover In the.
application The case was presented to
the board by Mrs. Jennie Ilobb-ilnher, n.
Iiracllclng attorney of Kansas cit), who
enjoss the distinction of being the ilrst
woman attorney to make a legal argument
before thu board ot jurdons. The casu ja
Mrs. I e-UMi Hid Js'nt 'li.tlfy,
Toneka, Kas., April 7.-(Spec!al.) After
recalling X. M. 11 ushaw. nim ,.ne'..i ,
a rovy at the Insane as lum, In which Ciii.
.u,. ... . inuvit ,iiuianii, iiieasium
comjultteo adjourned estenlay aftunoon
until Monday morning. Mis. Lease was
to have been on the witness stand, but she
was 111 and unable to uppcar. Mrs. l.e-aea
has madu oceans of talk about her fellow
Populists ou the boat d ot charities, but
this will be the first time she ever told a
storv In Kansas under outh nn.l tier ,.,-
tlmony Is uwalteil with gteat Interest.
Mr. Jllauil's l.ectur.i Again Poatpoue.1.
Lebanon. Mo.. April 7. Hon. It. l llt.inri
tias again been compelled to postpone his
lecture tour In Colorado and Montana on
account ot continued poor health.
A SALIVOUS DUEL.
(loM'.it.vou ct.Attui:, or AtncvNiii,
minis iii:pih:si:m-atii: ,iom:.
iiiitii coiiiUTANTs i:mi:i.oi'i 11 in a
miovi;u op si'ii u.t:.
CLARKE THEN DRAWS A PISTOL.
hi: i:mnci;s a sriutMi ur.siui: in
puitroii vi i: .io.m'.v a.n A io.mi.
I'rlends Interfered, ll.m.ver, llefore ,n)
(lorn Was shed, nml t,uu nulki r nml
Stale Kv.eutlvo W.nt to
the t.avntor for
Little ilock, Atk , April 7. The spectacle
of an honorable membi r of tho Arkansas
liglslattirc, livid with niKe, spltllng In the
face of the governor of this commonwealth,
quickly returned by a violent emission ot
executive saliva upon the nngercd features
of tho lawmaker nnd a nourish ot llrcnrms
In the hands of the governor.was witnessed
In the lobby of (llenson's hotel here this
afternoon, and was the lesult ot sensation
al charges of bribery In connection with
tho rallioad commission bill, sprung In the
hotisu of rcpiesentativcs )esterda by .Mr.
Yancej, of Phillips' county.
Mr. Jones, ot Mailon county, one ot the
principals In the nltercatlon of this nftet
noon, arose to a point ot personal ptlv li
ege and denounced tlovcrnor Clarke as be
ing nt thu bottom ot the charges. lie said
thnt (Sovcrnor Clarke was a demagogue and
was going around like the assassin In the
night with u knife, stabbing In the biek
nun who were his peers.
This afternoon Clovcinor CI like met Jones
In the lobb nt Uleason's and lequestesl a
private Inteivlew with him Jones a plied
that ho would nei'ompuny the governor no
where, nnd that If the olilet executive had
nnj thing to f.ii to him he must make It
known the-ie. Hot words followed ami In
a lit ot anger Jones spit In the governor's
face. Governor Clarke, ttembllng with
anger, returned the Insult and quick as a
Mash had drawn his levolver nnu the dllll
culty might have i nded In bloodshed but
for the quick action of bjstanders, who
disarmed Governor CI irke The governor
was later arrested bv a t-ouslnblo mid re
leased on his own recognizance. He will,
he says, plead guilt to the charge of as
sault to-morrow moinlng, l'urther trouble
ma) t nsue.
Mr. ,Iohch' Mali liient.
In a statement of the occuircnce given
out to-night ltepie-scntntive Jones said "1
had Just left the .lining- room from dinner
ut Cleason's hotel and took a seat in the
olllce on the east side, facing the east wall,
quietly smoking a cigar and not expecting
uny trouble whatever. Suddenly 1 heard
the front door open very abrupt!), and on
looking aruund I s iw Governor Claike en
tir the olllce. 1 s iw from his countennnco
that he meant trouble. I vacated my chair
about the time lie reached me. The gov
ernor, In a very abrupt manner, said.
'Come back heie with me," and at the
same time motioning toward the rear. I
was otally unmmd and felt that he In
lende to kill me. I said: 'No. I will not
do It. if ou have an) thing to say to me,
ou can say It here.'
"lie then caught me by tho right arm
With his left hand and repeated tho com
mand to go to the rear otithe olllce, at the
same time pulling mo a 'top or two. I
then stopped nnd again declined his Invita
tion in language e actl) ns repeated nbove.
He then deliberated! spit In my face I
returned the Insult by spitting In his face.
W hen I did till-, he let louse of my arm
and made Tor his pistol. 1 then saw that
my onl) ' h.im e was to knot k him down
and btrui k with nil mv might at his taee
wiih my left hand He sprang bail; to
wn! ds tho door and m) blow failed to
renin him. lb was re. tilling for his pistol
I spiaug.ind gi.ippled with him and caught
him around the waist, pressing both arms
to his side, but leaving his anus free to
act from the elbow down. Hy this time
he had his pistol drawn. Just then Repre
sentative Itobeits sjirang In and grabbed
the weapon and limn, dlately ISipiesentn
tlve Hope nlso got hold of the pistol. He
struggli-d to free the gun. while the gov
ernor sold: 'Turn Hint jiistol loose,
Koberts declined, when the governor sal.!:
I) m ou, Huberts, turn that pistol
loose ' About this tlmo some one grabbed
mo around the waist. 1 requested that tho
pistol be taken faun Claike and then re
lease him lloberts and Pope eluellni d. X
then adiled- 'Give me a pistol nnd turn
him loo-e with Ids weapon.' When the
governorsnw that he was OM-rpow. red he
aquested Pope to tmn the pistol loose nnd
silel. 'I will not kill him, 1 liromlse vou
positively that 1 will not kill him.' Sen
ator Waal then requested me to release
my hold on the governor and ttsl.ml me to
go to my loom, snylng that ho would tako
tare of Governor ClnrKe. dually 1 did go
to my loom, lennlnlng there ten seconds
nnd leturned to tho olllce', but the gov
ernor was gone.
the Governor 'nt Cnniiiiiinle.itlve.
Governor Claike said In did not earn to
discuss the trouble through the publli
press further than to sa) thnt he did not
go to the hotel with the view of making
trouble, but only to tell Mr Jones that he
must elesist ireini lugging his muno Into
controversies existing betweetn members
of tho house. Tho uoublo which followed
was not of his making.
;i:ni:h.i. imicsswoktii's rt'NPicAi..
Ho Will llo Hurled nt Alhiny on Xivt
W'nshlngton, April 7 Tho remains of
Geneial .1. I. I'ainsworth, ot New Voik,
who died hero last night, will be taken to
Albany to-iuoirow. where the funeral seiv
lees will be hi Id We'diiChd ly afternoon at
a o'eloek, in St. Petei's church, tin Ilev.
Dr. llatteishall oilledatliig. I'lom this city
the leinalns will bu iiceompniilwl by tho
vvlilow und daughter und Mi, S imuel II
Towner, of Alb.ui) a Men-brother of tint
geneial. At New Vntk city the son will
Join those leaving hero, geneial Geoigo
S. l'li Id, of New Yoik, Governor McKln
ley, of Ohio, nn.l Ml. T. I,'. Itne.sle. ot
Washington, have been asked to be pall
be.irots. Their .icctptnncos have not jot
been leeelvtd The list will bo completed
In Albany. The New Yoikeis In olllcl.al
life in Washington called at tho Aillugloii
to-day to express their condole-net s tn the
widow, tho nuiubei Including cx-Postinns-ter
Geni'ral Jib-sell and Set it tut y Lainont.
A number of lloiul pieces vveto receives!,
luciudlng a handsome wreath of orchids
from President nnd Mis. Clev.luud, and
,i ttlbuto from Secretary nnd Mis. l.umont.
Divines Hu" .llllltiiiil.ee Hives.
Mllwuukee. Wis., April 7 The Itev. J.
Patton. of Aslmry M. J. church, and nu
other preai her, whose name Is not jiosl
tlvely known, spend nearly the whole ot
last night In a tenderloin district, They
wero .iccompiuled by a will known turn
about. town They saw things, .Mr. Patton
s.i). that eclljisu In depiavtty an) thing he
has ever witnessed beioie, nnd hu has made
Investigations of tho same kind In Chicago
nnd New York. They uUo visited the
gambling houses, whea they were taken
tor "hot sports," ami nailed to cy their
luck on the turn of tho card oi wheel,
Mr Patton Intimated that the evidence ho
secured will bo used in a campaign against
vice that has been majipsd out by well
Greek loiirtb of .Inly Yrslcrdny,
i. ,. . . t, n.i... ......I. .
rsevv to. it, i'i, ,, , ,ie. leiuiivcipier)- ot
tho Gieck dt'Claiatlon of Independence was
celebiated In uu lufoiuiul muuner nt noon
to-day lu tho Gicek oithndox chinch.
tncio was lie. Bcuiuie u,- Bpeei.ii nature.
Tho congagutlou blmply offtled up a silent
..en,.,. f,.i Hie nr, serv.illrm nf Hi, elm 111.-
erty, Tho pastor, itev. Ab'uthodorasa i'ap
agorgeopulos outdated. .
Tro Gorge!. In tirecu lln, Midi,
Menominee, Mich., Apill 7. The heavy
northeast wind continues and the ice In
Green bay Is Tilling 1111 Oil tho SllOlO 111 KOllle
plates thirty feet high. Beveiul additional
docks weie displaced to-day. The Ann Ar
bor truck between the slip and tho St. Paul
track, la coveted Willi leu in somo places
twenty feet high, coinplftfllv- fultlnK "If
tniillc In the jnnls, while Moil- nr Ipsa ilrtin.
iikii has been dono In wnrehon.en, Imrns
nnd bout houses. Should Hu win I continue
long from the present quartet- the dnmngo
In property will bn Brent The hiily of the
ho etlends nut Into Ilia lmy a dlslnnce of
twenty or thirty miles, nnd In rami twelve
to sljetoeii Inches thick.
GOOD RAINS IN NEBRASKA.
Western Uaii.iis Hu. Aim Hr.i- III. nl
lltli ( opt. mis tthtmci mid the rut
. rs Are .liihlbtnt.
Omaha, Nell , April 7 -Prom nil pirts of
the matt tn. siige have been rr i ived, tell
ln of tin lie H) rilns nnd snow, and the
consequent happiness of the farmers nnd
liilMnnsq mm Songs of praise me especial
ly goliig up from the heart of th drouth
strli k"n region of list jm There the
rain has been the most 111)11111111111 l'rom
Mtckols utility went, Inking In the vast
nre.t covered by the counties of Ad tins,
Webster, Prank-In, Kearney. Ilntlin. Hitf
f.alo, tiin son, Phelps, ''limits, Prontler,
lied Willow, Lincoln, llayos, Hlteheenk.
Chiiso, Dundy, Perkins nnd Keith, nnd, In
fact, an oss the stute In the tun therti boun
dary, the precipitation hn been sulllclent
to satisfy Hie most iwrplliK e rltle Where
dlsi ouiagemeiit snt cntliiontM a week aifii
hoiie has resumed her sway nnd driven out
evil forebodings replacing them with o.in
IMenee and trust
Hut not nnl has Nebraska been blessed
bv the copious showers, hut the dried up
rounlles along the Kansas, Color
niln and South Dakota borders have been
wet to nn extent In eee of nnv experi
enced In two venrs. In the" northwestern
counties ten In. lies of snow have fallen,
greatly delaying railroad trnlllc,
KILLED BY A FIST BLOW.
lleur) riiheriihilm .lliir.leredb.t Ills rather-In-law
tit Luporle, lint,
Indlampolls lint, April 7 A special to
the Sentinel from l.iportc, Intl., says: A
murder was lommltted here- at mi earl)
hour this morning, the victim lielng Henry
P.ihernhelm, a house painter about a",
Vcars old, whose death resulted from a
slnnle blow of his fnther-ln-1 nv's list.
Paheinhelm hail for a Ionic time terror
ized his )oung wife, being espi-clally abus
ive when ilrlnklng, nnd she, 11s we'll ns her
father's fnmlly, stoeid In deadlv fear of
him. About 1 o'clock this, morning, while
Intoxicated, he went to tils home, where
Iwth families live, In n double houe. lie
at once commenced to abuse his wife nnd
Dually choked her. Her screuns awakened
her fuller. Jneob OH, nnd us he entered
the door she warned hltn to be careful,
as her hubind wns nrmed wltn a hammer
Without further ndo, Cltt slrmk him a
powerful blow In the he id with his list,
knocking him senseless, (lie soon rovlvid.
however, but commenced to spit blood, nnd
bis death ensued nbout nn hour later ott
voluntarily surrendered himself to the of
ficers and was locked up Young r.tht-rn-helm's
brother was killed htte a few ) ears
ago by being stabbed while engaged In a
OSAGES CAN'T SELL TIMBER.
Notwithstanding '1 be-) Hat. n Pat. nl for
'J heir Lauds I'urle Mm Still It. tains
11 supertUory lull-rest.
Guthrie fi T, April 7 -(Special ) In the
dlsti let court ut Paw nee n decision of inn. 1
Importunce was icn.liir.-il )esteala), which
Involved the legal status of the unite
Osage nation. United Stntes Attorn-)
Hiooks prosecuted Prank Lithane and nth
013 for cutting nnd exporting ivnlnut logs
under tho governmetit timber laws It was
leslstcd on tho ground that the usage na
tion held 11 patent In fee simple to then
lands and a light to dlsjiose nf the tlinbei
ns Hiev saw lit The cao was nigued at
length, tho oilglnnl treutlej of the lis igc
tribe since 1SICI being exhibited, its well as
tbeli patent, signed bv- Andaw Jin kseiii
The couit held that title to the lands did
not enter Into the Issue; that the govern
ment still maintained a mipcrvlsmy Inten--est
In tho Usage reservation, and that the
Pnlteil Stales timber laws were upplleahle
theictu. Defendants wero lined Jl.vuO and
PHUIT PHOSPKCIS IX.T1II:. WK"-r.
Apples Are In llniid toiidltlini but Other
I lull Is llnro or I e s Ilatiilgul.
Topeka, April 7 -(Special) The April
number of the Amuleau llortlc ultiiri-t
Willi h will Issue this we.k, 1 .1111 ilns 1
summ.ii) of the on.lltlon of on haals and
small f 1 it it plantations In the- We -t, to
gether with foncasts from leading horii
iiilturlsts as to the prospect tor fruit
crops, The suinmar) In brlel Is ns tullntvs-
Apples are In better toiiclltlon than an)
othtr fiuitj Tret s which were well estab
lishid but I jt too old nie sound and well
tilled with finlt buds on well ripened wood
Some elainage Is repotted from Iowa and
Illinois, while In genetai the new orehaids
set li-t snr have suff.nd The pio.-put
for the upp'e crop mnuv safel) be jdacul
at !)" tier lent for Ajuil 1, stibjeet to fuluii
l'eae hi s and nprli ots nre neailv all froz
en 1101th ot Aikans.is and Oklahoma. In
the two states named th. ie will !. a p.ut
uf a. crop. Prospects for the Tt is pi .tell
crop aro excellent. A few sound buds nie
tutorial nuith of the totalities named,
pee tail) along the Mlssouil rivel lu Ne
braska, Kansas and Mts-ouil but It Is
duubtful If there will be enough in nn)
orch.ial to 1 eat It the mat ken.
Pear trees nre In only lair condition, and
piomise not initio than 71 per cent of a
crop for the je.tr. might has been ns bad
J'lums are mostly nil right
Cherries aro sllghily damaged In some
totalities and the nop will juobabl) not
tuieli more than 90 t cent
1. rapes aie guierally in Iltst rate condi
tion. 'Jilts best Noithern gioweis prai
the coviring and where this is dune
thete Is no dinger of winter fiee.lng.
Tinder vailetles, where uncovered, have
sintered evei)Wheie wheie grapes evu
suiter. Still the wood was all well ripened
lu tin fall of 1MI. and the pieseut pioi-pcct
Is f jr u full crop.
Straw It. lib s are In a worse condition
than an) thing 1 I.e. Tho summer of 1S0I
was so Ut) Ul.ll net gooti juanis wi-iu tui
talntd and old patches were hadls enei
vated. Plants wint Inlet the winter In very
poor heilth, on top of which c mm the
hard, dry winter, so that the present out
look is not at all ic.issurlng. Sonn jiatt lu s
which were mulch' d have pass,,! the win
ter better; but their area Is comparatively
small. Our lepnim would not wuunnt an
estlmnte of more) than J", per cent of a fall
crop at this time, though good spring rains
m.i) bi-lgluen the piospect somewhat. The
act. age has also been decreased since) last
Raspberries and blackberries have nlso
siittead severely fiom the diouth and
fleecing, 10 which damage by Insi . ts nnd
nuthtatimse Is In some eases to be added
Cams aro all weakened, even when not
fiozui Present pro-peets may In com
li.uatlvel) put at i.'t per cent. Gooseberries
and lurrantH have Fiilierrd slmllaily.
thuiigh to what dtgieo can not be exactly
I'li.e.l In Jill f.irSlfit Ktcptitg,
Independence, Kas , April 7 (Special )
I..r.t Called, about 3) )ears old, was
brought from Padonla uud placed In the
j ill lor safe keeping Cm ell Is thought to
lie tho leader ot a gang ot )outhful out
laws who havti committed roliberles and
other crimes In this vicinity lately, lloss
Thompson, olio of the guiig, was ariesteel
nl Ouiay, Col., leceiuly and soon nfter mtde
a confession. Implicating himself. Miles
Starret and l.esr.i Cnrell lu several crimes,
liicludliig Hut Tanqu.ny lobbery and th
Ottawa burglni), and Jho nrrest of the
other two bes soon followed Htarrett
and Carrel! waived e nuln ttlon and were
placed lu Jail. Cariell haiku Jill nnd nl.
most succeeded In making Ills 1 scape, but
was captured and brought here Several
more arrests will probably follow,
New Gi iii-nil Pun basing Agent.
Topeka, Kus April 7.-(Spcclal.) W. fi.
'fuller his been superseded us general pur.
t basing agent of tin Santa Pu I., W. G
Nov.-i, Into assistant to Acting P. sldent
ltoblnson, ut Chicago, Thu selection his
been upproveil by tho receivers. W. G.
Halley, now chief chile In the auditor's of
lice ut Chicago, succeeds Mr. Xevlu as as
blstuut to Picsldent Itoblnson.
It. P, I'uiiiU Ainpl) hi 1 11 red,
Lima, O , April 7. Tho City National
bank, of Poll Worth, Tex contained Slli,
01 0 belonging to the endowment rank of
tho Knights of P) lid is, Supieme Chan
cellor ltltchle sas the funds are amply
secured and that the order has abundant
funds In other ejuurteis to meet uli obli
gations, Hotel lliirurd ut l.'iuporla.
l.mporla. Kas.. April 7. (Special.) The
Itoblson hotel, near the Santa I-'e depot,
was destroyed by lire about 11 o'clock last
night. It wait owned uud occupied by A.
SLAIN AT CHURCH.
i;n.viio' .t, intAtii'iiv at wh'iiita
IN Till', l'ltt.xl.MT, OP IIPNDltllDS.
WALTER SCOTT KILLS HIS WIFE,
iiiiin hi; m:mis a itm.i.pr chamiing
1MO Ills OWN lllt.MN.
SCENE OF WILD EXCITEMENT.
woiii:n pai.m' and iiii: niti: in:-
PAlll.MHM' IS CAl. I, till OUt.
'I he Crime Occurred In Trent of the tin.
toln sr,.et t hrlstliili t hurt h .lust as
the Congregation Had lit 111
His missed, C real 1 11 g Hor
ror and Hlsiti 1).
Wichita, Kns,, April 7. (Special.) Un
der the Hlitnlow of the spire nt thu Lin
coln Stiect Chilstlan chinch ot this city
nt noon to-day a totrlblo tragedy oc
elli red bi-fott' thu ojes of Hie ciilltu con
KteKalloii. On the slilewnll; In front nf
tho chinch Walter Scott llreel a bullet
Into the binlii of Ills wife mid nlic fell ut
his feet a cm pse. Three litliulrcil peo
ple weie heirrol' Hlttlck wheie they stood,
und I ipfo iu n huiid could be inlscd or a
-step tiiheu Scott put tho nuis-rle of the
ic-volver between his teeth und llioel 11
bullet thiough the loot of his mouth In
to his Mains. He fell near her, .mil hus
band nnd wlfo died side by side, almost
In ench othei's anus, Inside of two min
utes from tho lltlnj: of the Hist shot. At
the sight of tho blood) tingetly two or
tlnee women fainted nnd tenlble excite
ment piev.illcil. A frightened man
tut nod In .1 the nl.itin which litouglit
tlic- dejMitment to the bceiie, nilellng; to
tho excitement. When Mrs. Scott was
shot she was loaning on the aim of tier
About two j pais ago the couple were
mat 1 ittl. He was only 19 nnd she wns
17 and handsome. I to "became dlssatls
lleel und about a year ago he left him.
Hi' th. 11 went to Kansas Clt, but 10
tuinetl about .1 week ago. in the iniin.
time she went to live with her futhci
who Is supi riiitendent of sdrcet vvoik In
this city. This morning Scott met an
old filontl on the street nml said to him:
"I have refoimed. I um going to church
and will be Rood." He went to the
church above mentioned und saw his
young wife In the coiigtegntltm with her
brother. When the.seivlce was over he
followed them out nnd owi tonic them ut
the foot of the ste-jis. "Are )oti ccimlng
bnck to live with me?" he asked. "Xo,"
was her reply. Then his eyes bl.iyed
with jn.inl.ic.it file, he elievv the pistol
with a Jerk, nnd In the twinkling of an
eyq ho had a bullet In. her ut.iin. ,
It Is thouglit thnt ho went to the
church with the Intention of kllllnj; her
uolwIthsUiuding his decimation to his
trleml, othei wise he wnilhl put have had
lho ii'volvm- lu Ills pucken Hu bought
tin- weapon after aulvlng ft out Kansas
City nnd suld that he was about to go
to Oklahoma and Would need It. Scott
Is a baker by hiiiIp and Is well c'oiiiiect
i.l, his fat Iter being a well known old
'ettler eif tills city. Until boelles nie
lvlnjr side- by slile nt the unelet taker's
to-night, nnd will be hulled side by side
Tiiesday, The colonel's liuiuest will be
held to-inonow. The affnlr caused gicat
excitement hea. Mis. Scott was quite .1
hnnelsnine ynunK Woman and highly es
POTTAWATOMIE REAL ESTATE.
Int. rlor l. p irtiiient l'ropi,-es in l', r, ise
Sum,, t 1111I111I Otir tbn -lie of llui
.1 1 lut 111.11 1 - or III 1 'tribe.
Washington, Apill 7 (5p.e lal ) It has
been d.e id.-d by tin Int. rlor di-n.iitment to
giVC trouble to tl Ie V illlllill .1 who h lu
lu ui iiii)ing J.111.IS rrum tne eiiiui oaun in
pott iwalomln Indians in uklahuma. A
provision was mid, tl to t lit geneial Indian
bill allowing the oltu.-n bind of Pottawat
omie Indiins to sell half their allotments,
or eighty in res out of ever) lty inns allot
ted, Just as an) othtr t-llii 11, 1 xcept that
Ie Is to In atti tided with some elejitiiiii.nl
nl red tape. It seems that us sunn ns the
lav passe I there was a lush to get lands
from the Indian". It Is a pen ted to the de
iiiiiiiiuit that thete was an organization
interestisl lu the ni.ittir of getting the pro
vision added to the bill for the n ason that
tlu-y wanted to get hold of the 1 mils It is
Slid In i-oininunlcutlona to the depirtment
that this Is tint reason the jirovlslon was
put into tne inn, wnue nie argument ior it
as appearing 011 Hie sill face was that the
people In the counties lu which the allot
ments were located wanted the amount of
allotted lands hi those counties aelined so
that they could be re-ached by tnxulon.
In view of (he repieseniatlons nude the
depirtment oideied nn lnustlgatlon into
the value of tin land, A bji.el.it agi nt
was detailed to 11) ike a lepoit, and the
s inn- was received by tho 1U1-.11 lint n t yc-s-tirdiy.
Hut lu the meantime- home tfloits
were made bv the ollleluls hc-ru to find nut
what the land Is worth. In one Inst.iue'u uu
In.llnn had sold eighty m res for $Jim and
the b.ame had linen leiwrted to the dejtart
nient. It was concluded In older U) ascei
l.iln what tho land was re illy worth, ite
cnnllng to the estlmattt of the puiehaser, to
Inform him that he should not bo ullownl
tn hue that given eighty ncies of land
unless ho paid $J'I 01 nil additional $7e'.
Hy return mall. It Is claimed b the oillcial,
the iii fliiiHi.r Inclosed .1 diaft for tho uil.ll
tloiiat j This Is cited ns meaning that
the 1 1 ixl Is worth much more than f.'oo.
Hence the department will supervise) the
sale of the land so that the Indians will
not be rlieited. The icport ot lho siieuil
agent Includes an estimate of the vuluo of
the saleible eight) acres of each allotment
It Is thought tho department will not uji
inovtt of the sale ot any tract of 1 md al
a price below lho appraised value by tint
sjitclal agent. If ajijuoval Is allowed lu any
case In many cases It may be thnt evin
main will bu asked by tho ilejintiuent
than the appraised value, bv wa of del tv
and 111 the Interest of making a reeoal
This means that tin deiiaitiucnt will take
guliei-al su net vision of tho sale, not ullovv
lng tho Indians to act Independent!), It is
known that It was not intended tint the
ilijtaiimeiit should have any say In the
matter, but as certain olliclals nre rt qui retl
Jo Issue the Jiatent to the laud, they tan
thus Inlet fere. It Is not certain hut tint
an appeal to the courts would cleff.it the
department lu this position, but It Is evi
dent that It Is Intended to cany njijnlttgii
to tho sale of tho ltnds as far us jiasslble
It la even slated by one oillcial that it Is
tho nolley of tin, secretary of the Interior
to allow no sale to bu completed. This
plan of haling the lauds appraised Is for
the 11urpo.su ot securing data that will Jus.
lily opposition to earning out the law. 01
course, tint usual methods will be applied
In this matter. In this event all jupus lu
regard to jmrchaso und sale of tho kind
will be sent to the department and there
allow id to hang, and will not be acted up
on, it will bo claimed that the eleiks ate
very busy and tho matter will be attended
to Just as fast as possible, but there will
bo nothing elone. I his plan has been con
sidered by the secretary, and It Is believed
that he will resort to it to defeat the real
meaning of the law.
1'ro.pc-ctor. lu North Carolina,
Raleigh, K. C, April 7. Nlnety-threo
farmeis from Colorado. Nebraska. Kansas
and Illinois, are now Pa tho southeastern
I 1 1 of this slate looking for lands Thev
.11 pti.sjie 1 tltiK as nn Admine miat I of a
I I 1 number of Intending settlers Hpnr
H inirtf it.lds nimlher cotton tn'll, JJ
"" liatllltt been Sllbselllled It Will hale
1- '. sjilndle"
COLONEL MANSUR'S CONDITION.
lie Hml slight lull mil. of t tmt limni s
l.-lenll), but Is still irj I out
Washington, April 7.- Cobmil Mnnsur re
mains In n erill. al 1011.tlll.u1 and his )li t
clnlis dicbile theiu la no hope of ret over.
On two .illusions l.i-ilny lie i.-iciimlzed
friends nbout his bedside and inch time
was nppuimtlt 1 nnsclous for nbout ten
minutes, tils nephew, Mr, A. .Mnnsur, of
St Louis, tnme m to-dn.
THE NEW DAWES COMMISSION.
(tetilllid It III l.iltt. Ihti Until r I j. 1.,-iln)
III lliallh Mil) (iiinpil .Mr. II in. s'
It. Ilrenii ut
Washington, April 7 tSpcl il 1 The pres
ident will cunfir with two dliiiretit parties
to-moriow about organizing tin D.twes
commission This Is supposed lo uu nn that
something dellulte will be announced with
in 11 few dn)s. There Is n lejiuit In cli
etil.itlou that i-x-Suiiitnt D.iwis will not
be ablo to resume his dullts ou the com
mission ou in count of 111 health. If this Is
Hue, he will liked) be letlad ft mil Hie . tun.
mission cit his own request, and another
place 011 the commission will be nt the ells
jkjsiiI of the prtsiileiil. This would take
ft otn the commission the only lb publican
on It, nnd leads to addition tl s il. ttlon
ns lo die ptohihllltv of the presld, nt nji
Jiolullug another lb pnblleiin In his plan-.
The nK)rt Is credited by some beiause It
has b. en known foi some weeks that .Mr
Daves his been In bad heilllh
It Is unlveis.fiiy conceded tint the loss nf
Mr. Dtwes fiom the cciniulslein would be
bald to ten ill. ami. In fact. It Is nut knnw 11
who could be tiiiiiie.1 who vvotil I have an
liilliience on the commission to oompar
with that of Mr. lnwes Should the pasl
elent tiy to create a commission that would
nii(i!plsh mil thing he would have greit
ttounle to llmi men to meet Un delimit I
but In view of the disposition to take- cia
or the 1 uckoos. without lefeiente to their
ubllltv, It Is vel) doubtful If the new e 0111
mlssltm will be made up of men who have
nnv standing with the I mil ins or who 1 an
gain their conlhlen. e Such 11 1 nmmslnn
woiilij not be llln Iv to acionudlsh nnv
thlng, and h. nc- the pi rsontn I of the com
mission Is an Impiiltnnt foatuu.
CARDINAL GIBBONS SCORED.
Kim liCrurj., itf IMltuhnrK. 1 i . "M.iKrH
iiiiii li. 1 1 ton it ( i ll li KitiH if 1 li
I tii1n nt I'n t ilr.
ntMuuf;. V.i . Apill 7-lU'V. .1. T. W
Cmr, insini oi tin Thii I I nltid Lrosli
ttMl.tn iluiith, to-la ildU cnnl a m ithinj;
nttai k m ('atilinal iJlbbun-s mitl liH .ui
po"oil JnxtflU atlon uf the inuli in Savannah
.Mr Mct'roi H a m in of t-xtu-m lin.",
mnl 1 a supporter if tlu JUui laws Hi
was pn.-lth nt nf the l.iw ami t,tlcr So
c.ntv ami ilin t tlu- ,ir ncnln-t tin .Sun
Oay piptM U' ipiotfil (nun tin lemirk
of Caiillnal lillrvni' on tin w hi It of the
tnoli atnl tin n hail. "1 he rit.ltnil pro
tt.utH i iimstiN aaln5t hi chiiri.li Ih-Iiik:
liold ri'sponsiblf Un the SpinHh Im-uM-tloti,
i-t wo submit wlictht-r it was mnr
out of liarnion with tho sentltnont of tlu
Hlteenlli untury than thn ruti-ltirt of tlu
mob with the ilosliif; jeais of tin iitin-
"Ho oi'iit s and ontouiaKos Iolonrt
Whi'ti tho IhmiI of tho hurrh jiimUs nn
an offon-o so soiiotis a tin liot at Sa.in
nun. ant tiling hoit of tin- stornoft, nmst
unoituivotal t omit tiin.it, on ot it will b. n
coin.imititut lb- puts ('lirlsti inltv to
tshanio lufoi. tho worM 1 1 i lalrns to rop
li'M nt tin I iik st boI of Ohil-.ti ins. in tho
u 01 M. aii'l .! li.is t.l soft wouls foi
nun who wuuhl liat mutib rtl if tli- hatl
not In ii lostialnoil by b.oomts
"Tin . it'linal dot not iipioj-ont Chils
ttanlty. Ho is Hpo.iKiiiK foi a s-,stin that
v-annot boar the IlRht, ami In wouhl en
cournu the t-upproiou of tj nth thoimh
that ie quire tho Flk'nclnrf foieor of the
rloaiost oiros that ti lunj,' out on this
Mi rn woikl "
FAIR AND THE FAIR PHCBE
( ol 1 1 spiiiiib n. e Itelw.e-li the Itli b C.iliroi
nl in and Hiss ( iMi-ius limit- l'ubll.
1 lit' N.tl .III Id. al I mi I.
St Louis, Mo, piil 7 The full coiie-
spondi nn bitweui James (J. Piii and
Phoebe t'oie-lns, upon which tin- I tti. i
b isi s in i contention that .111 en.tgi meiit
of innilige ixlst.d between In 1 and Un
mllliotialie has be n m idc liublli Th. Iltst
intimation of matrimoti). Miss e'oti'-lns 1--Sei
ts, was In a uewsiiaper tlispiti h h unit I
her out da) h) i'llr. narrating the 1 011
J11g.1I inlsir) that feillovv.d tin w.ildint, ..f
an "lele.il" 111 m and an "Ideal" worn in tin
Judge who liu.illv gi.inted tlu-ui .1 dlvoni
1 em. liking 'The Ilrst lequlrements for .111
ideal wile oi ho-hind is u wiiUel jiai-tiu r "
The ei)iiosKndi lice began .Inly .7, 1st!, nnd
eontlniied to M111 ill. lvt In none of the
hitirs, se, nilngly. Is Pair affct tlunate.
thetugh alwnvs eiiurteoiiH, kind and e-ncoui-aglng
It shows that he loaned .Miss fuiis
Ins mone) ami told her whenever sin need-i-d
mine to 1 ill on him All his Iettus .lie
nii-vv.ih tn hers, upparentl), and no nun
(loll of m. Ullage or love .ijiiii-iiis to be
m nil in an) of tin in 111- last noli in In r
was vvrltiui I10111 the tti .tn.l P.n llle hoti 1,
1 '111. ago. Slav 31, Is1. 1, and Is signed, "Most
a-peitfullv" It wis when Pali leuli 1
this hu'el at thai tlin. . Mhs Cou-lns . .
setts, that he - ild to In r, "I hive tome
to . I11I111 mv a ward "
"What a iv ud "' she asked.
"Yourself md a thousand kisses," she
sa)S he lupliid.
SECRETARY MORTON'S IDEA.
He Has a li. 111c h r. lit I'llgl mil's De
signs .111 M.aragtm Hit) lb' ttTittu
llll) libit In d.
Washlimton, April 7 Seca-tniv Morton
thinks the puiposc- of the Knglish goveiu
nient III st piling a liatll. ship to the N'l. a
r.igu ill co 1st is to uifor.e the demaiid
which will ji(ibilil) soon Im made for In
tlemiilihatlon 011 a. count of tin txpulslon
of Consul Hat li, and, If It Is refuse . I, the
Ilovul Arthur will take llo 111.11 ti r in hand
and seciiie the liulemiiltii-atlon by . olb.t
Ing the custom duiles 011 Nl. ii.igiiiu Ini
lioi Is. In that .'Milt he thinks .N'li.ua
gui's wisest umiM' would be to 1 nnv uie
her congiess and pass .1 law for admission
of all linportailons flee- of duty.
In loneulslun, he said "The ot la r na
tions would iievei 1 onsen, that their t x
portors to Ye m in la should ji iv duty 10
ihiglind. lu the ah-. 11 -c- of a t.iilft lu Nj.-n-i.agiia,
and llngland's poll, y would be t f
fe. tivly blocked."
FIGHT MARSHALS WITH FIRE.
JCot I Isltu.l 'Ir.tiit Itobhers Hum tin. Pnil
rit s In I'st ijit. Prom 'lb. Ir P. 1111. r.
Wichita. Kns, April 7 -The Ito. k Isltud
train lobb. rs are now In the (ilnss luount
ahis uud h.ne set the jiraltle on llle be
hind them In orler to lutlle their piiisut is.
There being a high wind, the tlie has cov
ered nn immense are-t of teirltoiy mid the
marshal's posset cannot advance.
1 ll.lli; fA.VMJT hl.l.1.1'.
He Paics Ills PiNoii Cell 'I liro.ig hem I the
Mght and Pat. bat l.lltlt.
London, April 7 Osrir Wilde Is sufieilng
from Insomnia. The prison suigeou 011 Su
nnily night gave htm a slieiing draught
It hud no cite, t uu him and lie toutlmiod
jucliig his tell ueirly all night long He
eals almost uulhtug. althuiigh he Is allowed
to have tood sent to him fiom the outside.
Another pilsoiui clt.tns his .ell tie Is not
allowed to sinoku and is allowed to re
ceive onl) a single visitor dall.
liiner.il tiorilnii at lit. elsl.tr irlng..
Ilxcclslor Springs. Jlo , April 7. (Special.)
Oeneral (Ionian, of lleorgla, dellvead his
lecture ou "The Last Da)S of thu Con-,
fedtrac)" heie this afternoon lo a laigo
audience, Lxcuislou tialns were 11111 over
1)10 Chicago. Milwaukee .V St Paul and
Wabash iailw.1), Tho geneial was mot ut
the station b) li. A. It men and ex-Coated-crates
and escorted to his hotel.
evr Pmtiherut I avert nti.
i allium to tnu i.iitt. ju. ssouie-rviiie was
transferred from llutchlmiou to Lawrence,
and proml.es to bu one o( tht best preach
rs tv er sent h.-rt.
Lnwrence, Kas., Ajirll 7 (Sjieclal) Itev.
J. W, Somen llle, the new pastoi of the
I'lrsc Methodist church of this city,
pleached his ilrst sermon this morning lu
11 laige audience. His itxt w.u "Hu Ye
Ttnytwlutt kJpMir Mintnun, il; mix"
3,-d.H irt too1, for the i.i!A'r la M fair,
tlnitil. Untight fiider the .MarkM, llrnuglit
Here nnd 'then 'turned titer lit Vnil
the tmn 11. lie Hot Idem
tinier the .Mi. fleet.
Hri'tir; liactt at once whatever you
Kiit here, if, nftor you pet it hotna
.mil nut a Kood look .it it, you'd
rather lt.ive the money.
Wu'ro toltl some of the smatler
stores oblige their customers more
or less hy taking back goods; but
they make a fuss about it haggle
about it and make it unpleasant.
Thu little stores don't do it at all.
Give you to understantl when poods
have left them that's the end of it.
The use of this thought is to keep
you from parting with inpney wlioru
you can't get it again if you want it.
Kctncmlici, here your money is on
c.ill. All wo ask is that what you
bought of us be returned in a mer
The uufr the matket piices among
Silks ought to make you eager
7V III ick S.ltlll Ilhn.lame fnr . .. . ?a.-
no Itlu.k Satin Itliniliimi. for 4,-,0
We lilml. Satin lib uluine for 4.10
UV Pluck Sntlii Ithn.liilue fnr r.Sei
1 -'5 llluck Kitln ithuilaino for 7Gu
7jc All Wool Mlxeel t'lieviutB for ,19o
Jl (li mite ilround .Ineqtiiutts for -P-a
:ric fuvcrt Suitings fnr 2;(J
l'lc Moid (.'heil.its (eotmn inl.-.ed) for7ii.t
2."i- Swivel SiiltingH for jja
10c D.uk C.round l'cinjrccs for 6'ia
Ladles' Sjulng lS'Jl Jackets, worth up to
SI7, foi 1...50
Ladles' Spilng is;i( Jackets, woith up t.)
J-. loi J-,00
Spring, IVM, Jackets, worth tip to .'7.M,
Spring, ls.il, Jackets, worth up to J3'.',
Among tailor-made suits we've a
few made for early spring wear that
are worth 535 and 37.50 we are
closing out at 15
You've a boy? Then road this,
and then come to the store and tako
elevator to 3d floor and ask for
Ho.vs' AH Wool Junior Knits for....Jl.')ll
llovs' All Wool Junior Suits foi-...,2.9t
I It.) ft1 J.". Double ItrcMHtetl Suits for.. 3 Da
Jtuv.s' I'douses 50u
And then look over tin newest, nob
biest juoducts of IJo)3' Ilc.tdvve.ir, Ties.
Scarfs, etc., etc-.
Ladles' "Wsls, irio kind, for....r.r...."lOc
Ladles." Vests, "-,c kind, for 15o
Ladles' llandkeichlefs, 1z kind,
l""' ' SMo
Lnill.-s' Ilainlkeichl.'fs. L'5e kind, for.lil(Vc-
L.ulli s' L'le- Pnsi Hlack Host lor lyo
llo)-.' Joe Past Jllack Hose for 'Joe
We sell Furniture same way
we've br-et! selling you Dry Goods
these thirty odd years a little
pi 0I1 1 on the net cash cost to us,
and depend upon the volume of
little profits for our pay.
4! 'tort linn He.ls r .i- j 7,00
JI.' ".a lam links fu- $10.00
$li; no lam Heds fur jlS.rin
iPuiij Jii.11 Hids Im- Jir.iO
JJIis) lam He-ds fur JM.Od
$.'".00 lum Heils tor $22.0ii
Wins) lion Heds ful Si.0
$ 1 ""1 Japanese Hugs for J 1.2",
S 2 ".il Japan. e Hugs fur $ 2 00
S I 00 Jupuiii st Itugs fur $ B.iR)
$ i! ".0 Julian.-.' Hugs fur S C 7".
? 7 'i0 .1 ip in. si Itugs lur $ i!.7o
Slu .'.0 J 1p.u1. -.- Itugs fur $ Vol
$11.1(1 .1 ipain -.. itugs lur Sl-.Oil
J 7 in Lace Cm talus f ,1 $ 2 SS
$1.' 00 I. ace Cm t 1 ins i.,i J TiSs
$ I nn .Muslin Curl ilns ,,r j 1.91
Thinl and 1 nnth Hums,
When you sue a chance to make
your money go further than it did
a short time bince, and you need a
wash dress, isn't it prudent to como
here and see what the goods are
12'..c Pies-, (ilngli. 11ns for l(k)
U'.-c Ciinkled S. 1 isiicke rs tor d,Vc
10c Shilling Pile lies Jul ...7',-u
.'."h- 1'iilmi Suitings fui.,,,, i5o
1 .. i-iiuitti i.awiis 1 .1 1113
do .Medium Culule-d li nits 3', -j
TO-DAY AND TooRROW.
Wc All Silk lllack Itlbbcii Sao
P-j Inch lllack Sum itibboii 10n
fiiic Mail- Uiiiuiuciiis, etc , lUo
Lailles' 75c Net kvve.ii-,. ..,,,.,, 'J.'i-
71. iJa.-s Tilmmings , , '.'."to
Jl.j') Dress Tilmiiiings ,.,C0a
Shoes for tho family. livery
woman who'd save money ought to
look carefully into this. If you've
money to throw away don't believe
you'll take time to read this. Shoes
fot women, Shoes for the girls ami
Shoes for thu boy3.
Women's $1 llittttnn .Shne3 for..,,,,..5So
Women's lllack and T.ni Oiforels.,,, 11.50
Women's JJf.O Kttl Shoes J1.75
Women's. U So Sptltig Heel Shoes.. ..$1.75
Misses' U0 Spilng Heel Shoes Jl.50
Ilo)a' ?.' W Shoes ,..,.,,,,11.25
Oolng to liousekecpliiK? Will you clenn
hoiiso soon and need something in fur
nltuio und carpets'' Then read on it
not, skip this, )ou won't be Interested,
Hoio's what vve'iu tlolng in (?ar
pets, llcst nil wool two-jily Carpet,
worth 73c, for EOe.
Het Tape-stry Jlrustels, worth S5c, fop
lloely llitissels, worth $1.25, for Jl.
AMiilnster Cariiets, founer value Jjl.35,
What does It mean'.' It tnenii3 that
you can tome hetouiul buy Carpets at u
very siimll iiercentugo nbove tho carload
cost to us, and you needn't buy but a
yaicl of It If you don't want more.
EAIKRY, UIRO. THAYER & CO.,