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KANSAS OLTY, AIUtlL 27, 1S95. -KLKVKN TACKS.
J'KICK TWO GENTS.
Browning. King & Co.
As Furnishers of Men ire arc easily
Are cleyant in selection, are wonder
ful in variety, are excellent in
quality. We clothe men
correctly in every
Our neckwear effects arc strictly of the newest.
Our lines of $2.50 Hats in dtffcrcnt shapes and colorings
arc equal in every respect to any tfj.jo and . Hat sold else
where. Money bach if yon want it.
BR.o"w-3sri3sro-, Knsra- & oo,(
1101 mid HO! Main and 11 Eleventh St.
THE CORNER STORE.
YOUR OPERA HAT OR BONNET
To Be Correct in Style Jind
Moderate in Price
SHOULD BE BOTTGKHT OF XJS.
Over 200 New Styles
Especially Designed for the Opera Season just out of our
work rooms. Come and see them.
C37Store Open Until 9 P. 11. Saturday Nights.
(KAND CUAKAN I fcts ur IIILbl
Telephone 3036. 10 Kait Gth St.
3IK. C Uil.AND IS MAD.
Cleveland's i-x-Attorncy (Ipiicml Trying to
Let a IVo rroiu tho Dcpirtinent.
Washington, April 20 (Special) Ex-Attorney
General G.nrlnnd Is on the war
path Ho wants his fee for services in
leasing the Wichita, Klow.i, Comanche and
Apache reservations, or ho will make an
impose, with some food for thought In it
for tin- Intel lor
it appears that the oxattorney general
was Into the deal to extend the leases to
tlio cattlemen Ills fee was due some time
ago. and when it was not paid oer ho
failed on the secietary and explained it,
and the secretary promised to hold up tlm
cattlemen on the leise extension until
Garland recotv ed hl3 money The cattlemen
sent Colonel Cohb, cousin of Mr. Smith,
here anil he is stopping with the secrot.uj.
'I ho cattlemen claim tli.it they should be
nllowel to have the conttnet extended
without piling Garland, and they o In
sisted ihiough "Cousin Cobb " and bv- this
means thov got the agreement continued.
Xaw Mi. G irland Is mid about it anil pro
positi to do some holdup buslncFs of his
own. He does not thlul; that ho has been
treated lalrly In the dial and quotes tlto
old snjlug that there should bo honor
among men who ire combined to do up tlto
rountiy and tin Indians.
slugged and Rubbed In St. .Inicph.
St. Joseph, Mo., Apill 2C (Special.) W
A Duncan, a blacksmith of Knoxvlllo, was
held up on Sixth sticot shortly before 1J
o'clock list night by tin en masked men,
robbed of a vvutch and chain and cruelly
beaten, ily stiategj lie saved Ills poeket
bqok eoutiilnlng SI"'. One of tlio men
sli uck Duncan on tho foieheail with some
blunt lnstiument and as he fell ho with
drew his hand from his pocket and in It
held his pockethool; containing tho money.
The men hao not been apprehended.
I'lillnn. lit Cuddo, I. T.
South MeAloster, I. T.,Aprll 2(1 (Special )
In tho United States court this morning
J. II. Arnold X. Hon. of Caddo. I T as
signed to J. C. I'.uker. Liabilities about
j;,u00. Assets unknown.
35 to 50
, in tho doubling of tho purchasing powor of your dollars, J2J
Many marvel that we can sell a $10 suit for $5i a $15 suit
isi for $7.60; an $18 suit for $9.75. Ask tho thousands who' have gjj
J2; bought thorn and tho thousands buying to-day, Tho money M
back at any timo if not as represented.
(5) W0 credit ourselves with many years' leadership in Boys'
i Clothing. Beats our own record now. Less now than ever Jg:
known $3.48 for small $5 for big buys excellent suits. JS),
Our contract with oustomers ends with their complete sat-
JaC isfaction never before. (j
The People's Store,
8 Mew (jolden EaffleJ
TJ CS Tirrt .1ll rrlirv (blH 4n
X. d. Tf U Will KiVU (DtW VW
Kansas City if any one can find
Vjj salinet suit of clothing.
They Tnlca SU ps to Org mlro n stuto League
Topek-i, April 2(1 (Special ) A meeting
was held last night by delegates to the
Republican League who mo of Swedish
birth for the purpose of organizing a.
Sued,' h Republican state league. A. V.
Llcdcll, of Topeka, was elected temporary
president and Professor Tntnk Nelson, ed
itor of the Llndsborg News, temporal y
scerotnry. A committee on permanent or
ganic itlon, consisting of Gust Johnson, or
Osage City: Trunk O Johnson, of Mc
Pherson, Mons North, of Topeka, and
Professor Nelson, was appointed and nlso
a committee on constitution, consisting or
A. V. I.lndell. Prank O. Johnson nnd Pio
A meeting to erfect a pcrnnnent organ
ization will bo held at Llndsborg Mav JJ.
All Swedish American Republican Clubs In
the state will lie entitled to send repre
sentatives. It Is expected that severil
piomlnent Republnans of the stale will
lie In attendant e as well as reptesentatlvcs'
of tho Swedish Republicans League of Illinois.
.11 Kill IV 1'111,'Al
IN !'.! IfiATIOX.
It Will Onlj Cost About S:i,l(IO to IIiilll
('huso an r t lit. t'n i!t.
Topeka, April 2'j (Special ) There has
been ii good dc il of talk about the cost
to the state of the Warden Chase Investi
gation, 'ilio exact cost has been llguied
out as nearly as possible and R fools up
fJ.Dij; Tho per diem and mileage of tho
committee. Its olllters and witnesses sum
moned, amounts to JI.IM The witnesses
for tho slate cost SIM and for the defciiso
lli .nnminl w.ih $.!? II f e.ttm.tt,.l tlmr
'the cost of ti.insciiblng the stenographers'
note- win lie wv. jl is claimed u ine
committee that this Is the chc ipest legis
lative Investigation ever conducted In Kan
sas. It co-ds less than clihci tho Kogurs
or Insane asjlum Investigations.
it, run Hotel Mull Ilrud.
Norman. O. T., Aptll a; -(Sped il.) S. M
llarr, boiler known as "liiefsteak Hair,"
died ut his hotel In this cltv Thursday
night ut 11 o'clock fioni sumo liver tmiible
.Mr. llatr was well known all ovei Kalis is
anil other Wcstun states, and csp rally
bv tho traveling men Hi, was an old bach
ilor, mill has no telatlus, except a luolher
who Is now, and his been eur hIiico thu
wai, nt tho hi ml of thu pioofieadlug de
pamnent ut tho governinent printing oillu,
at WaHhiiiKloii, I. U ii.ur will be burled
by tho Masons,
and its wonclorlul success has taught tne los- gv
son of savings on meritorious goods combined M
with low prices.
Our store is a source of prosperity to all in
Vin mnimw ctnvlno' nnnnrr.iinitins If. TiVoeniitR
n,r nlinvtfnA 4 i4-4-n 4- In ?
UUY wauilLUUlO IIIOIILULIUU 111 -v
in our store a shoddy or printed
I las the best, largest
and finest assortment
In Kansas City. We
have more orders on a
our books now than
a n y time for three :
years. Why? Because
we arc offering the
FURNITURE & CARPET CO,
1210 to 1221 Mnin Street.
KANSAS INSURANCE FIGURES.
lion. Ceorge T. Alltbonv Isiiies nil Inter.
estlng l'r, llmlmrj Iteport on tho
Topeka, Kas., April 26 (Special.) Oeoigo
T. Anthony, state superintendent of Insur
ance, has Issued a preliminary leport of
liisuranco business In the state of Kansas
for tlio ear ending December 31, 1S31.
Since tho Issuance of the last report the
following named companies have been ad
mitted to do business In this state: N'oith
western Masonic Aid Association, of Chi
cago, 111.; National Bencllt ami Casualty
Company, of Milwaukee, Wis ; llankeis'
I.ltu Association, St. 1'aul, Minn , Hankers'
Alliance, of Los Angeles, oil , Aineileun
I'lilon Life Insurance t'omp my, ol New
York, l.iwvus' Suiety Company, of New
York, Tho Ottawa Countv l'.irmeis' Mum il
Insurance Company, of -Minneapolis, Kas.,
was organoid dining the 5 ear. nnd au
thorUul to In gin business April in, 1S91.
Tho following named comp uiles have dis
continued business in this state: Rinkc rs'
Llfo Association, St. l'aul, Minn., llojles
ton, llostnn, Mass. Ouardlin Assurance,
London. Lug.. London Cluaranten and Ac
cident Conipanj, Loudon, Lug.: Minnesota
Tire. Mltininpolls. Minn.: National Llfo,
Montpeller, ,Vt.i Not thvvcstern Llvo Stock,
Jles Moines, la : Oaklnnd Home, Oakland,
Oil.; Southern. New- Orleans, L 1.
Seventy companies doing business In this
state assuini.d llsks to the amount of $1-J,-1
17,717. Vi. Tho luemlums received on tint
amount of business aggicgatid JI,!i".3,liilJJ,
Losses lncuiiid iimounted to Sl.tdj.iO.ai.
Losses pild amounted to Jl.OTO.JOJ 10.
Thlil-loui llfo Insurauco companies Is
sued a total of a,n.'J policies. The amount
lepresentcd bv tint iiumbei of policies was
sni.21ti.STU i' A total of 1,1V) policies terml
11 ited iluilng the car 1S9I, lepieseiitlng
5'.l 1M.S1S 37. , ...
Miscellaneous companies nssiuncd risks
to the amount of M,iil,U3i;.' Premiums
to tho nniotint of tUS,ll21 were recelvtd,
and losses to tho nniount of JOl.OuO ID wcro
Pild . ... ,
Superintendent Anthony to-day issued a
miuest to all towns In Kansas which main
tain 111 11 companies to leport to him tho
oxtent of such organizations, together with
u list of disabled ilremcn, If an A le
ceut net of the legislature movldes tint
all tiro Insurance companies doing business
In Kansas must pay a tax of S per cent
upon all premiums taken within the limits
01 cities maintaining a tiro den utnierit,
which tax Is to bo pild toward the main
tenance of such cleputments.
SEDALIA EPWORTH LEAGUERS,
'I ho Second Annual t'oiiferc 111 11 of the ('Hu
ll, 11 lllxtrlit ltroiiEht to a rinr.
Sedalia, Mo Apill W. (Special.) The
secouel annual confeienco of the Rpworth
Ltaguo of tho Clinton district came to a
close to-night. Dcrotlon.il services, con
ducted, bv Rev. T. II. llrlggs, of Appleton
City, weie held at n. m, after which
Clinton was selected for tho next confer
ence, tho date to he selected by tlio execu
tlve coiiinilttcc ... .
"l'ho l.i'tguo In tho Country." was tho
subject of a piper by Rev. .1. W, I'attlson,
of IluntliiKdale, and Iter A. 11. Appleby,
of Calhoun, read a paper on "New
Leagues " One of tho best papers read
during the confidence was that of Miss
Nettle Deano, of Clinton, on "The Social
lVaturi In Leagues," The paper was or
dered pilnted In the St. Louis Christian
Advocate, as was also "1'i.ivor," a paper
by Miss Anna Hlnde, of Nonls. Other
papeis read were: "Winning Souls," by
.Miss I'.mmi Arnold. Montrose, nnd "A
rraetlcal Lesson," by Clarence Huston,
Windsor Tho morning setmon was de
llveied by Rev. Thomas Allen, of Windsor.
Tho .itternoon session was opened by 11
paper on Inlliieiico of the Leiguo on the
Couimunlts." by Mis I.lllle Iturd. of Se
dalia, after which "Juvenile Work" was
taken up. Miss Ann 1 Scott, of Kansas
I'll, being tho conductor, assisted by
Mrs, Olivo Small, of Sedalia.
To-night a song sendee was conducted
by the S-dall 1 Leagues, followed by an
addicas on "Methodism and Its rounders."
by S, S, St uk, of Clinton, The llnil ex
ercise was .1 farewell anil consecration
service, conducted by S. S. nilcy,
wokk or mr. last ioM,itn,s.
Over Twelve 1 lioimiml IIIIU Introduced,
but A,rj I'evv lie c 111,10 Uut,
Washington, April "ii. According to llg.
ures prepaied by Mr, II. S. Piatt, cniolllng
ileik of tho senate, r.'O bills and joint reso.
lutions became Uvs during the third scs
slon of tlio riH'-tliliil congress. Of thesu
:I5 weia seuato nnd MXS houso bills und
resolutions. Dm lug the entire congress
J,'.'- measures worn Intioduced In the two
houses, of which 2i originated in the
sen Ho and 9.'-71 111 the house. Tho senate
passed 6.7 of Its own bills, but only Hi of
tluso leielved favorable uctlon in tho
house, while of tlio "II houso bills which
pissed tho house, M ulso passed the sou.
ute. The president vetoed or fulled to sign
twenty-four of tho senate bills sent to him,
while fifty-four house bills met tho same
f.itu ut the hand of the executive. It ap
pears from this statement (hut less than G
per cent of the bills intioduced during tho
congress became laws.
1 : i.ori:us aiikkvu. o.
A fouplo I ruin Islington, Ho., Detained
Topeka, Kas., April 2G.-(Speclal.) Chief
of Pollco Wilkerson last night arrested Otto
llauilo and Amelia, liaurle, an eloping
couplo from Lexington, Mo. llaurlo Is
aged 23, while the girl U but IS. Ho Is said
to be her uncle. When arrested In a To
peka hotel last night, they claimed to have
been married but could show no ccrtlilcate
to that eltect. The sheiitt at Lexington
telegraphed that ho would come ut once,
for the elopers and asked tho ottlcers here
to hold them at all hazards,
It costs more to make the Roal Baking
Powder because Its Ingredients are purer,
but It is more wholesome und goes further
than any other,
ONE THING AT A TIME
'I'lll.lCA.VS IIAti: lli:illiril tllMIN
A CflimnK til" ACT ION.
AN ELECTION LAW COMES FIRST,
M) MWlHt.lllOV At I I.I, III! r.MACTI'.ll
u.Nrti.'iiir. rA-rirvi mt.i, is pasmkii.
PASS INVESTIGATION STARTED.
1 r vrit.i, l'lt'iv 1: ie 111: a itooMr.itA.sii
I lilt Tilt: IIIIVIOCUACV.
Colontl Hill Phelps Tlilllk. Snne' letter
to s, mitor I In I bird Will Kill tin'
I rtlnu Scrtunl lllll In the
lloile Srloitn Ant,fin
liny Doing , Nothing.
JelTersoti Clly, Mo , April 20 (5peclnl )
No man knows just when the extraor
dinary session will end. There has been a
great hue nnd cry about nn honest elec
tion bllt nil over the (dote, mid now the
Republlc'ins propose to have one or let the
people know where tho blame lies. It has
been practically decided tint no further
leglsl itlon will be enacted until hniii"e bill
No. 1, the election bill. Is disponed of.
The Republicans propose to hew- to the line
and let the chips fall wierc thr m i It
Is probable that when tho house lull goes
Into the senate Moii'dir, that body will
amend It by Inserting Ihe vnr.ving provis
ions of the safety committee's bill and pips
It. Of couise, the housu will not uccept
such dictation, and a deadlock Is almost
sure to follow.
True to Its promise, the committee on
criminal Jurisprudence this morning re
ported favorably on DavIdon's resolution
providing for nn Investigation of the rill
roid pass question. Speaker Russell Im
mediately, upon the ndoptlon of the report,
appointed tills committee to conduct the I11
vestlg itlon: Hammond, of Jackson; Sar
gent, of Phelps; firubb. of Adair. Aun
stroug, of Henry, and Rothwcll, of Ran
dolph. And now tho trouble begins Rverjbo.ly
In and about the capital 'Is Iiiigiitng at the
ridiculous position In which tin- Democrats
h.ivo placed themselves by the Introduc
tion of the resolution. Divldson, Ihn
Democratic lender. Is the nuthor of It. In
Its original form It provided for an Investi
gation affecting members of the legNI 1
ture only. Rut the Republic-ins were quick
to seUe tho opportunity mid so amended
the resolution ns to Include all state of
llcers. All of these olllceis are Democratic,
mid it is .1 notorious fact that tlu;y mid
their families as well tide tin p isses. Tho
lesult will be litter cllsciimllture for the
Democratic party of the state
Aside from this feature, the Investigation,
according to generil opinion, will be far
Colonel IJ111 Phelps, king of the lobby,
looks upon this Investigation with gieat
complacency. He said this morning, with
an expression beautiful in its innocence,
that ho knew of no legislator or state otll
ce r who rode on n pass. Colonel Rill is
feeling pn tty well in regard to the fellow
servants bill, too. He declared in thu pres
ence of the Journal correspondent and oth
ers this morning that Governor Stone's
letter to llallard, mads public jesteiday,
would serve to kill the bill in the house.
Phi Ips and riannng-in are the only im
portant membcis of the lobhv now l.ete
Jf the fellow servants bill Is defeated, won't
Colonel Rill's Inlluetue appear ver potent,
and won't he lord it over his r.iilroul 10I
leagues who have withdrawn from the
This Is tho resolution under which the In
vestigating committee will net:
'I lie I ri 1'iiKK It, solution.
Whereas, The governor of the state, In
his pioelam itlon c illlng the g, nei il as
sembli to meet in speel il session, e h irges
that leglsl itlon In this gcnei.il assembly
has been piaetlcillv controlled bv the In
line nces of 1111 active and nriogant lobbj ;
herens, This clnrge has been taken
up and in igultled nud widely published by
certain newspapers In the stale, and.
Whereas, A icpresent.itlvo of the 110110
has brought foiwaul ,1 resolution atid
asked Us adoption In the house. In which
It Is icclted that tnembns of the house are
licensed of receiving i.tllioad pisses, in
violation of latf and of their 01th of olllce;
" hereas, All these charges and ac
cusations are mnde in such vague mid gen
eral terms as to put a stigma on the en
tile meiulit ishit, of the assemblv, and to
tend to bring Into disrepute tho legislative
blanch of our government; and.
hereas, The constitution prohibits slate
olllcers anil legislators from accepting
transportation, bo It
Resolved, That It Is tho Judgment of
this houso tint an oppoitunlty should be
given for the propel Investigation of such
chaiges and aceusitlous, and that all who
make charges re Meeting on the lntegritv of
members of this house shall be asked to
make such charges specllloully and to mi
nis!) piopcr evidence to sustain the
Resolved. That a committee of five bo
appointed by tho speaker to hear mil In
vestigate all the ihargiH and accusations
that may b made before them ugalust
any member cit this house, on account of
any alleged briber or receipt of railroad
passes, or tickets, or any act that shows
any undue Illegal Inlluences that may have
enabled nnj lobbjlst to contiol or lnllu
enco nny member of the house.
Resolved. That such committee shall
have power also to Inn sllgate .my chaiges
that may be made beloro them In relation
to the recilpt of r.illio.ul passes or tickets
by mi) other state nub lals or h any mem
bers of their famllli", or ft lends at their
Resolved, That the comniltteo shall bo
given power to employ a steuoginphln
clerk and Is heiehy authorized to summon
witnesses und to send for persons ami
papers during the progress of such Inrestl
gatlon and to forco obedience thereto as
tho comniltteo di'ems proper to make.
Resolved, That tho governor of the state,
tho repoiters and editors of newspapi rs,
the nulhots of tho resolution and all other
persons are hereby Invited to appear be
fore such committee and to aid In such In
vestigation by in iking speclllo charges and
offeilng all available evidence In support
When the house met this morning Speak
er Russell submitted a communication
from C. II. Jones, mldiessed to Chief Clerk
llrlllln, anil repljlng to a resolution ele
inaniiing the name of tho author of an
article which appeared In the pot-Ils.
patch Widncsilav, IMltor Jones declined
to give the name of thu author, Nn action
was taken on tho communication, nor was
Julian's bill granting members of the
legislature Immunity from punishment for
bribery If they testify against the bilbu
giver was reported favorulily by the 10111.
mlttee on criminal Jurisprudence. Then
the sume committee reported on tho pass
resolution and the house adjourned until
3 o'clock Mondey afttrnoon.
An Inform il Mirtlug.
The Investigating committee held an In.
format meeting Immediately after the
house adjourned. Colonel Phelps appeared
ami asked to bo allowed to testify. His
leanest was denied, the committee declar
ing that they would Urst elect a secretary
and a stenographer and would hear no
evidence before next week.
The senate frltteied away the entire
morning waiting for its elections bill, The
engrossment committee was expected to
report tho measure at 11 o'clock, but at
thu.t hour reported that the work would
not bo completed before night. At noon
the senate adjourned to Monday at 3
Hammond a I'halrmvii.
Jefferson City. Mo, April 2fl. (Special.)
The pass Investigating committee organ
Ized with Hammond, ut Jackson, as chal
man; Rothwell, of Randolph, secrcta.'
and Miss Smith, of Jefferson City. Ill
mond said before leaving for Kansas
that he would probably call a meetlnl
Monday. It Is un inteitsllng fact th
Democrats have been In control a I
legislature during twelve sessions o. I 103
tne present one ana mat ai eacn sr
attemot to secure the adootlon c
lullon looking toward the tinf Invesllgi.
Hon has been mothered It remained for
n Republican )iouo to bring lmilleis to 11
ROGERS DENIES EVERYTHING,
He s,,iltc Iliin.lniKilli, He s,u, hut Nn, r
II, Is 1111 11 "Will."
Topckn, Kas., April W -(Special ) Slate
Scnulor nosers went upon the stand In Ills
own behalf to-day In llic great Kansas Jig
Investlgitloil lie positively denlel each
and every one of the allegations of Drunk
enness sworn lo by the witnesses foi the
lie was M jeirs of age. lie slid, and 1ml
lived III Kansas Mine Ivi.i He told abou
the fliainl Aiiuv leiinlon ut I Hue 11 iphK
nt Willi h two wlllles.es hid testified that
ho nold vhlsk, bllt denied thu 1 harge
Ktniitlv, When asked about the time It
was alleged Unit Italltoad Cotiunlsslonel
Lowe, .Mn) or Hackney und hlmeir had
gone Into .1 Joint In the town of Washing
ton, he replied;
"W. did go Into that titicc and drank
lhreo glasses or beer 1 .11 11."
"How iibout the time Witness Johnson
drank nt vour house." nsked one of the
"Johnson came to the house to see me
about a note, lie asked 1110 to el him .1
drink of whisky. I hud some In Ihe cellar
I ulwavs have; nnd he diank I did not
drink with him He Invited me, but I told
It 1 111 I did not often ill Ink mid did not feel
like It then. We thin went lo the bank to
see about tho note, and It was then that
we had the talk about the Silvatlon Armv.
I slid It w.iselolng a good deal of good as
much ns anv one of the churches I told
him iluilng the talk that peoiile had got
bcvoul burning shei p nn woodpiles to ap
pease the wi itll of (ind People had more
respect for Hod now than that"
In his anxiety In testify Rogers tlinlls
said "Don't vim vennt me to tell about the
Milling Incident?" He was told to go aheul
and said It was Just "in mdluarv llsh." lie
ailmlttisl that the to was 11 keg along, and
tint he drank his shire He also admitted
th 11 ho diank w hlkj , but s ild that he had
never been eliunk.
The Investigation Is rapidly Hearing lis
THE JURY WILL DISAGREE.
It I oolcs lis Though 'Hum Will He No Ver-
Hit In the strotll Mureler 'I rial.
Port Scolt, Kas., April 20 (Special ) The
llfth day of the Strenll inlirdii trl il was
one of ninny surprises, all of which were
sprung by the defense The defend nit's
attorneys are ende-nvoilng lo Impeach the
evidence of Mrs. Nina Sticvll, wife of the
accused man, and they are al"o endeavoi
Ing to fasten the crime upon John Jenkins
wlio disappe-nrttl from this cltj uiiilei pe
culiar circumstances the1 day aftet the
murder was dlscoveied, and whose where
abouts at present are not known Mrs
Shirks testltkd to-diiv tint she hid been
approac bed bv a stimiget some time ago,
who o ire rnl her $10 not to tell whit she
knew In reg.it d to Jenkins' connection with
An attempt was made to explain the
bloody 111 irks In the Inside vest pocket,
w hie h Mis strevll claims were made by
the knife which her husband Is alleged to
have used on his father's thro it, and
which he carried avvav Three witnesses
testliled that on the Sutulav ifter the mur
eler while shaving, the pil'oucr cut his
I hi o it slight! xv i t Ii the rior and that the
wound bled profusolv , tint the wltucs
v.lped awiiv the blood with Ills handker
chief, which he plied still wet In his In
side vist poi ket Junes Rolling the ac
cused man's step-father, testllltd to llndlng
a coat and Vest In .1 blush heap neat his
step-son's hotiM', mid identified thf g.u
ments as the Mime ones Nori Strevll
claimed wcrt binned. Mrs. Stievll elenles
that thev me the ones she el limed weie
burned, although she admits that they aie
her husband's clothes The piospects now
me that the Juiv will fall to arrive nt a
verdict. The case Is creating great Inter
est, mid vesterday a number of sppctntois
brought their lunches and remained In the
court room through the noon hour for fear
they would lose tlnlr seats
NO CASE AGAINST GIBSON.
Duiiiiit's Attorucv s Have "Not Vi lltnii
lli.ldwnv Agillisl the raptor of
I'liiiiuil, 1 t'litir, h.
San Pi.inclsco. April 20 Dining the o.ulj
divs of Durant's tilil an attempt was
made' b defend lilt's counsel to cast sus
picion upon Rev (loorge riilisoii, pisioi of
L'mtnucl church. Dm int's attoines have
so f.11 failed in developing miv t inglble
evldinco connecting the mliiNiei with the
tragedies To-daj Kline r A Wolfe, a wit
ness of the pro-i 1 utlon. who cm iciborated
pievlnus testluiouv emu cluing Durant's
iiidlness and dlshpv ilnl appcaranie at
the rhrl'tlin Kndi ivor nneiiug of (loud
t'lldav ovttilng, was e ross-e v.. indued b
tin- defend nit s nttoiuev. vein, indeivoied
to show that a sliiiil.uilv between the re
spective hats and oveieo.its of Wolfe and
1 111 nut and the1 ii si mbl nice in statin e h id
led to Diirant s ml-takcu Id, utllii illon hv
pelsons who hid le'.lllv seen Weille. lie
in counted foi his movements flout noon
of 1'ildij until -' o'cloik 111 xt morning
(ieorge It King, the oiganlst, testliled
that ho had no ke' to the side door of the
chinch, although Durum hid, but both
had kevn In the llbi.uv. King s ild he h id
done consider ible woik about the chill ill.
but had used tools belonging to Castor
Dr I L Ilmi'tt, who pel formed the nu
topsv, was then called
Chief Crow lev sajs ill it In the I, imout
case tho iiollcu would present 1111 ven
Htrongei chain of clrciimsiauti.il evldeiiie
agillisl Din. Hit than the picsent case He
sas the case Is peifeit, and If Durant is
Innocent his position is unfoitiinate
Tlio Ilojnl Raking Powder avoids all de
lompufltlon of the Hour as caused bs jeasl
tlslng, thereby saving a l.ilge percentage of
Its most intuitive elements, making the
Hour go one-fouith f 111 tin r,
A W11111 in Orouiid to I'hiirf.
Bt Louis, Mo, April Si!. There was a
terrible tiugesly on tho trestle eof tho St
Louis, Keokuk K. Noithwisterii i.illronl
near Destieh in street and thc.ilvci (unit
to-daj. Mis, I'.nirlo Wells, a widow, was
caught by a tiulii nud mungcil Into a
shipelcss mass of llesh, whllu her 1.-V cir
cuit II UIKIIii'l. r.iii. i.-...-4 ,,..iii mu ,11'a
SA TURD A Y,
Will ho In forco to-day tho 1 final
In Ins them. Loveis of line In pilco
Uj goods .ippu-olato a reclin In half,
that almost cuts tho old
CLOCfl, Iron, Onjx
lleaullfully (lnished In' ,l!Cl1 ,0 h o
and China, fiom Mc '-. ,
to JIO. SRTS
CARVIo pieces, handsome
In cases, threo oJlm.
mountings, tiMtQ,fc PJJVS
2,000s variety In solid gold,
Litest stsles . . .
i.w to ha OLD PENS
4SSy l'ear' ',oMers; I'rico to.
";,. JnJ Studs for WOj ro 0 "''
only W cents, or 100 caids from nia
0 cents. Weeldlns InvitutionHiro4.!!
oeuu tor samples,
. W. UOCKtUi, Truitee.
cquillj hfaoous death. .Mm. WVHi t-tvinotl fif it. he mh?ht lu Ii il.Ie. Hut It nfttm
uitiblo to niae aCior nho m thu train le,13,,th1nt M'lishcrs, in onlor In In"
liniHncilnun nn Imr i1t.niln ttwi 1 ntrf.itli 1. JlUlt)lir I) W M. Kt'Illl umnl.. ..,1. .i, .
!iVI.SllvvaSy"lui.,"a gteSyff oi,',,);;a1rg?nC;,r
It is iii,i,ii:m',ii lilt 1 1 1 si it 1 mini's Aiti;
in rossi.ssinv or 'i hat riilti.
THE ULTIMATUM NOT MODIFIED
st'iiiii'.v sri.vu, ittmiitiv m.vi.i,
OIT.II I.N Mil. llltl.sllAM.
DOESN'T CARE FOR NICARAGUA
IIAMIS Ol I'
.vits r ki:i:i m:it
or i:m:i iii.a.
Tart the Ailiiilulstritloil Is s.tld I,, ll,
It, serving ll Hint Ihierglen Ii, tllvr
1111 Awful 1lt lo ttif I ln'
'lull t the Proper Time.
London, April 2j In well liifoimed Rn
gllsh qilirtnrc to-d.-.c II Is deelued that
the Rrltlsh lilt I li'ii 1 11 m lo N'lcui.igiia has
lint been iiiodllled; that Admiral Stephenon
has not been cabled to extend the time
Ki.iiLtcd Nicaragua within which tn p i
the Indeiunltv nt 7",0) ileiu.indid by Ureal
llrltnlii. and, In the absence of dellnlte
news, It Is believed that llic admit al has
alrcndy occluded Corlnto.
'the belief Is nlso , pi esse d hire that the
Nlc.ii.iguau mnei nun nt will not v leld to
the (km tods of Croat Itiltiiln until com
pelted to do so. In order to avoid being
forced lo leslgn olllce
Washington, April 2ti. As an explanation
of the refusal of the nilmlulstr.itlon to en
tertain Nlc.ingua's appeal foi piotoctlon
against (lre.it Hiltaln.lt Is now leal ned that
the I'nlted Statis is ri serving Its energies
so as to deal with the Venezuelan qui s
tlon bccomlnglv, when the cilsls there,
which cinuot much longer be averted. Is
reached The Rrltlsh government has been
given to liiiderstnnd that the- I'nlted States
docs not take Issue-wlth It as to the right
to exact an ludcmnltv mid leisonable rep
aration from Nicaragua, considering the
giavltv of the' olti'iis,. lommitteil bv the
Nluii igu.in government In exielllng i
llrltlsli oillelil and lliltlsh subjiets from
Nlcar.igit 1 In dell nice of all pilnclples of
lute 111 uional law mti! eomltv. 'I If (act
that the -Vine ileitis who weie expelled at
the s une lime bv the Nlearnguiuis were
aftiiwaids voltiutuillv nermlttid to re
turn to the eounlrj has not In anv degree
si 1 veil to palliate' thu offense committed
.nealiist (Ireat Britain, and against civ Ill
ration, In the e.ve of the state dipirtimiit In
consenting to the execution of the 111 II
Isli ptogr.imiue In Nleaiagiii, however, the
stale deputuunt was vetv ctleful to give
full notice that It should not p.'im!! th"
Rrltlsh to annex a foot of .Nic.migtmn soil,
mil lo Intcifere with the icpubllcau form
of government tin ie.
It was mil v Intended that the notice
should be t iki n as an exposition of the po
sition of otii goveriinii ill hi the in itte r, and
It Is asserted tint the feus express,.,! bv
the Lttlu American dlplom itists here, that
the landing ot lttltlsh nnops m Cotlnto
would be the foieiuniier of a forcible oi -cup
itlon bj the- lliltlsh of the terrltoiv In
dispute between lire it It! Until and Ven
et.ela Is without fouuilatlou
Auibissiiloi IMvuil, at londoii. Is well
neellalllted Willi the views of the piesldenl
In this tn itte 1 and It ma) be stated posi
tively that ho will not toloi.it. 1 the eiccu
pillon of the tenltorv to the westward
of the famous Sohonbeig line by elreu
lirltalu. .secietaiy (Ire sham, there Is-reason
to believe, his caused Mr Riyard to
be Infoimeit ot the position th it will be as
sumed bv tin. I'nlted States, uimelv, tliat
It cannot permit tho extension of tin llrlt
lsli clilm lo the tenltoiv wist of the
Si hnubcrg Hue ami the cue up itlon of th it
tenltoiv, at Ii ast. in nlv un e of nrhlttu
lion. As then Is still a lemote pn.v.,.t
111 It nte.lt Rlltmll Will so lal heed eilll
prior uigint repios, nt itlons as to consent
to submit till e utile h0Ulnl.il question to
aibltrillon it nnv In that Mi llivanl
has ii. gat. led It is in idvls.ibl at pn-ent
to eomiimuli ite tills com luslon re.o lusl bv
tin- pitsldent to the lliltlsh foreign utile e
ami that It will In withheld until the eli'-lt,
which Is Inevitable In the absiiue of an
ugiiinienl to mbltiate' the dltlleiiltv, oe.
1 urs on the Venenel 111 lioinnlai The at
tempt of the c,u 1; no ' otoiil-ts 10 1 un a r.ill
wav thriiui,h 1t1071iel111 leiiltorv mar
pieeliltate tills dish When the piopei
mnini ill .iriive.s. tlii. dt i isloll of OUl co -
irumiiit, It Is slid, will be ooininiinle iti
In no nnee rt 1I11 terms, and the moletatl).
the I'nlted Mates has shown In the Nlei,,
giinn .ilfalr In whldi the liumii of (i .
ltiltilu Is regarilnl as involve. 1. 11 1, ...
lleved, will cause 0111 coinse as to
cuili. to be resie clod,
FRAUD ORDERS ISSUF-
Mill Will ot lln Iti llti nil I",!",,,'!'"''"
lNhe'ri.' lolliitlnii Agi'inj'f
lug the owhpiipir '
... n. ,, 1 orders were
Washington, April 2i l'r:,,,, ,s It K
to-daj Issued to the I,0 foi bidding the
P111I. Plltsbiugaiid Chlc.'t tn ,1,,. i-iili
delivery of any in ill tv, Tju, ,lKP.., .
Ushers' Colleetion A 10 cnulltr)i
which has olllcm nil i,0 onr01l.0 ,
peislslid III atlempt,V In plto of tho
lain-.. ..... -i...,.e-i tniiie-o liepnrtnieut
w irnlngs of ther.es of ihesp "laws" Is
line of Ihe ehh f ei.es a pi,,,.,. flnnl ,h(,
that If a pirsoti)!.. foi tin subscription
pisiiiHIco, ho Isr his tint, is out 01 nut.
lulce of It, vvln iscilbed for It urlgln.illv
01 whether h.sliig the in liter, Assistant
01 not In dUl Thomas sal s
M'.K!',"', u,.,a" "ly ",'ieie .1 publisher
This Is -to a nnn-siibseilhi r with tho
sends a p charging fin it. i,i.,,i .
Intention wesii the publisher and' his
ulntloii onlr.iclinl u,,i Tho lotitin, t
p.itionsiPliiil or expressed If n ml,.
inay bs his ii.ipei 10 a non-siibse'iiler
lisl.'. r nten.lo,, , ci,a,glg"f"V ml
".'"'IT,' ,,lK'H " nl" ' "i" postollleo
I so well ..udVrs.,:o.tV,at' ih':,e'r'c. t'l',';r
such simple uiphs by llm ad liesseeV1 onl ,
scarcely bo held t criMio .1 1 bllliy 1A0, ,i
for them. On the other hand s mnoJ I
...... II-.IHI s;iius 111 a 1 1111 mi thu nip
then It would b the, plain ,1, ,'.. ot .j,,, r, '
H"1! .?,''".'?. ! i".n r Sit or .1.:
,'w..,,,,e ,,, ,uiu 1 u catrler ami if ii,.
should not do this, ,, linplYe. eoiitrict
,ni ,''ll'J.or " lxPd there'af er vv.o! 1
arise. The only que,tlo 1 r'.s, ios J ir
Into olio of Intention on thu published H
addressee urn nn ,..,....., ;.i,l'"":,n.e and
mm up. 1 ,.,, ', ,"."'.'",. '.','" '" i.'o for.
Ike" "I'l'iivauie 10 un cases
ONE MAN BLOWN TO ATOMS
And Iho Hnr.o Deinoiui,,.,! ,y th .
ilo,lon ,,f 7!,) ij,ir ut Mir. '
,,'"r',,","e:..!1"1:' ''f -WIJIIam PI-
,,,. V," ",u"i' iroin Ii ufftoii
to tho Montpeller oil llelels with 7JD nuaits
of nltro-elncrlno In a wagon. When two
lilies from Ulufftoi, the wagon wheels
stunk tho root of a tieo and upset. An
ixposlon Immediately followed which
llf teen fiet .lcel .' 1'our or jlv e laL' o'e'i.
hlmn in J ':' ,,'.,.","" '"?. '"
broken In houses fo7mllVs' ,'ro ? I ,fd "t
Jhock was plainly felt In this clt," a di
Plosion? Uu,,,y-"'8 ""' rrom the ex.
Currjvllle Dfitrojed by I rt.,
Mexico. Mo , April 26 -(Special ) Intel.
rL'ee,i",cath!a Mexico this afternoon that
Curry vllle, u smu 1 town in HUmnnt
ubout thlriy miles east of here was ulmofi
completely destroyed by me last light
How 1 originated Is not known nor tho
amount of Insurance. """. nor tne)
(imernor Morrill Ite turn..
,r2i,7,ka' . A"r1.1 . 2S -(Special ) Oovemor
Morrill returned to-day from Falrlleld. la
h"lfli ha-i gone to attend the funeral
of UUnl Sutu SeUw VUa. c, '
Kaxvi Citt. Mo., April W, lr.
Tltrrmattx'ttr vtiltnhtii Minimum, M; in-ul'
mum, f '
7'ii'ilitu icr toev?.' Jar tht cdtihtr te U Jalf
1 on a 1 mr i.t n.M.r o.v
i Hutu 1 i.ooit-tin;
MORNING OF THE CRUCIFIXION.
srrnr ttrprrspnlpil l ihn Arrlritl
on C11tv11r.l1 .lust ll.fore Iho
( rut lllilon,
iriSningiilllcciit iiilntlnr; Ii liy the
great Aiiicilc.iti pnlntcr, Mr.
ASTl.KV D. M COOPKlt. vrho'o
presoiit homo Is In Ciillfnrnl 1.
I'eir cllrs past .Ml. Cooper Ins lnnilo a
deep study of it henil of Christ, endenv
iniiig lo paint 0110 that would pottr.iy
nil nf the ciiiotlons, without Hint ton
1 ITcluln.ite appearand that litis so often
been (jlvi'it Him, 11111I nt the .samp tlmo
show tlio cciiirage. tislgniitlon ntul inaj
csty that, necoiillng to Hits iiiHhPh
Ide'ii, who nicess.iij In n character so
gland ntul noble us we ate tuuglit tint
of Christ wns To .iclilovo this object
has been -Mr. Coi.ici's thought by day
si tut lire 1111 by night, lie has made .1
gloat iniiiiv- attempts, but not null!
four j cats ugo was his ambition real
ised. It wns then he conceived this
en cation. This head of Christ, belni;
un c'litlioly original conception, 11 ml so
illffeicnt fiom nn.v thing heielofore
p. tinted, flioulil be cuicfiilly studied to
fully tinilerst.iiiil the depth of meaning
the nitist lins given tin- subject. In
the- upper pirt of the face, especlnlly
the forehead, tl will eo tho expiosslnu
of agoi 'Phe tciulct and loving ex
picsioii of tlm eves hIiows the- klnilnoss,
more, pity, love nnd fotglvcness that
were so tern irk. iblo In Him. Tim res
olution and coinage is shown about the
mouth, while the hull' paited lips mid
upturned fiico cojivcv- the Idea tint Ho
Is In supplication with the Creator
fur tho forgiveness of Ills cruel persc
ctitots. Ile seems to be perfectly ob
livious to His siinounillngs, nud 10
slgni d In Ills fate. The whole liguto la
suggestive ot gnat majesty, nnd ou
can almost Imagine jou arc going to see
Mini tnkii the last grand, majestic stildo
that will In lug Him Within reaching
distance; of tho brutal llguro that Is only
loo euger to pull MJm down anil nail
Mini to the Cross. You will olisoivo
that the llguro of Christ, although 1111
adoincd, st.niils oi as .1 king among nil
the- otheis, ni)tv'(,"l""'!liiK Ho In stir
liiimded bv si-'!lng llgures and dtaper
les rich In i-h" Your i iitlcniar inten
tion Is ah-" cillcel to soino ol the follow
Tlie .'"iieloi fill facial expicssioii given
to C1istl wlilch seems 10 chaiiKo as
m.vioiv It fiom iimmeiit positions
1 1 rt maiks ot the ciown of ihoins nn
n fnieheail, and tho diois of blood
I10111 the wounds, iiiiiniug down im th.
Tin, head nf the soldier leaning to
il lids jou and looking with ttliuuph nit
and 1lon11111l.il ixpiesslou into iho n,
of tin- Savior This lic.ul seems tj
lean w.ij out. rlv,m tit. eanrim
The sidemllel e Ifect of tlm velvet In
the mho Just taken um tho llgiiio .,f
Chi 1st, .showing the tcxtuio of Hi,, go, ids
tellecteil lights In the lolels, 1111,1 pi,,, s
witeie 1 ne mist lias .sotlled.
Tho metallic iitects, f tlio soleliei k
The, coids, veins, llesh (nt nill
strength to the nuns of tho llgtiiis
The In ut, ilit) shown In the faeo ami
nun of tho ilgutu letiehlng out for ih,
Tho fainting llgin,, f M.ny, n,n
"Mother, showing loinplotu iclaxatloii of
nil iho musclts, und deathly pallor of
tho lice, with the d.nik cltcles .iitnimi
the mouth anil o)es.
The Co,s ami Crown of Tlirti ns. ami
nails, which look as though jou could
pick them up.
Tho beautiful nnd Imiiuonlotis com.
dilution of color 1 mining thiougluiiit
Thcio .110 a gieat many things that
will uppevir to jou after vou have, 011.-
fully stuilleil tho plctine. J ; icli tiuu
It Is viewed some mvr Idea Is ilec.
oped or now licntity seen. When oti
look at thu Crown of Thorns in tin,
foirgiouml, nnd tho r.u,, badt in i,L..
tweeii tlio llgutes oC the CViitiuioii und
fllgh Pilcst on hiiiseliack. im11101llni.lv
In flout nf tin, fioss mi tho left, R Is
illlllcult to rcallzo Hint the two objects
nro tlio sumo illstanco fiom jou, sn
wonderful is tho iieispcctlvo, Tho sln
nf tho I'tumio Is tlilt eon feet hlgli l,y
olcven feet wide, Th.-i.. nr,. tueuty-sK
llgures niut faces, tlioso In the foto.
Klilllllil dcliis oyer llfo slio. Thu licnim
of Chi 1st Is sl feet high. Tho fom.ilo
llgtire's mo .Mary, tho Jlotlier (fainting)
biippoitcel liy Jlniy Miigiliileiiu; Martha,
with thu il.uk liutr nnd he.nl doiveel
down; .Mnry, tlio .Mother of James, with
hands clasped, nud to her tight, Hstlicr,
with light hair. Those on hoisebaok :,r,
tho (Vntuildii, High Priest anil Jtomun
Stanilaiil He.uer, Tho llgures in tho
foiegipund nnd to tho left .110 soldleis.
uuil ciupcnteis. The two thieves nip,
just goliiir around the hill to thu left
0110 being quite plainly MslbJe, the!
other behind tho arm of the figure
botlne with tho auger. The City of
Jeiusalem is In thu distance on tho left.
You are coullally Invited to Inspect
this muKiilllcent masterpiece.
Owing to tho enormous expense con.
nected with the dijiiglng of this paint.
I11B here, wo will chuigu admission fee
of 10 cents.
EMERY, UIKD, THAYER & CO.,