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VOLUME XXXVIT. NO. 368.
KANSAS CITY, JUNK 5, 1895.
PKIOH. TWO CENTS.
' L . ttflfc ( . (
IN obedience to the
Mayor Davis we will
close our store at 4
p. m. June the 6th,
and thus afford an
opportunity for our
employes to vote on
the Charter Amend
Q rand Ave. and Eleventh St.
Cast Your Vote
N13XT THUP.SDAY TON TIIH CIIAItTnit
AMKNUMKNTS. AND TilllUlllfY ADD
YOUIt M1TI2 TOWAltD Till: l'UTUHIJ
PHOHPlIRtTY Ol' KANSAS CITY.
Urine jour dollars any day to our Bloro,
nnd we will sell jou more Itni.IAllLH
OOODS for them thin jou curl get nnj
where In Kansas City.
We will sell you tlio very best
COUNTKY CUltHD HAM lie lb
anil COUNTUY CURi:D StlOUL-
nnits 7&c ib
We entry the largest stock of Alt-
Motm. doi.d. row.nn and
SWIPT & CO.'S best grado of
llntns und Hacou In tlio city lie lb
Wo will Boll jou Hams, guaranteed.. Oo Ib
nnil wo can furnish jou llnms for....7Ao lb
ns good as other houses nsk 8 and 9 cents
Do wc keep Groceries? Well, not very
long. T1IUY SUIAj TOO PAST.
f. lbs new-4 Crown ltalslns no
D lbs hand cleaned Currants 2,'c
C lbs evaporated Sweet Corn 2."c
2 lbs pitted Cherries 2."c
S lbs Golden, III., liuckwlieat Mo
8 lbs hand picked IJeans..... 2c
G lbs Hlcc 'S,a
3 lbs evaporated Apricots e
3 lbs evaporated Apples 2Tc
.1 lbs cvnpoiatcd Pears 2."c
J lbs evaporated Peaches 2"ic
1 lbs Macaroni 2Tc
3 lbs Vermicelli 2"e
3 lbs Spaghetti 2"c
1 gal can P,rlo Apples -c
4 cans Illackbcrrles 2.re
2 cans Itasphcrrles To
2 cans Strawberries l'o
2 cans Monarch Lllubcrrles 2."c
5 cans Pumpkin 2."c
4 cans Stilug lleans ""o
I ans Sweet Coin 25c
i boxes Oil Sardines 2.",c
3 cans Penis 2T,c
3 cans Damson Plums i'c
3 cans Green Gages ie
Lca-vo us jour oidcrs; we will deliver
them to any part of cltj" and railroads.
1232 and 1234 Main St.
F M. DeBORD,
FAINTS, GLASS, ROOM
MOLDING AND WALL PAPER.
Tel. 1999. 1113-15 Walnut St.
MISsOlHU rttUIT KAISIIIIS.
htnto Multicultural Society In fecsslon, at
M lllim Springs.
Willow Springs, Kas;., Juno A (Spe
cial.) Thlb Is the opening- clay of tlio
tieml-nrmmil meeting of the Mlssoutl
Stato Horticultural Soclctj'. Tho town Is
full of fruit growers from nil parts of
tho state. Anions those heie are Pres
ident Evans, Kansas City; Secretary L.
A. Goodman, Westport: J. KIrchgrnber,
G. W. Hopkins, Miss Lindsey, of Spilng
fleld; N. 1 Murray, Oregon; W. II.
Sew ell, Carthage; W. A. Gardner, E. I.
Pollaul, Holden; D. A. Roblnett, Pro
fessor J. O. Whitton, Columbia; C. I.
Kob.uds, Duller; II. Schnell, Glasgow;
C. Tuebner, Lexington; A. Patteison,
Kirksville; J. M. Menifee, Oiogon; I
M. MeCowman, St. Joseph; II. W. AVaj--man.
Ahotd; Ml.ss Murtelfeldt, Klik
Avood; C. S. Wheeler, Mrs J. 1. Snod-ri-.iss,
"West Plains; S. W. Gllbeit, l'liny
er; Hobert Iloram, Montserrat; J, Kui
Bell, C.irthago; I T. Kirk, Sednlla; Her
man Jaeger, Joplin; Jacob Pulth, aiontl
vello, Tho hession will last threo tlnja and
piomlses to Ik tho most Interesting
over held. Tho ft uit prospects in the
land of tho big led apple vvero never
The onlj- biking powder jet found by
chemical analjsls to be entirely free from
llmo and absolutely puto Is th "lloynl."
This pel feet purity icsultH from the ex
eluslve uto of cream of tartar specially
retlned and picpareil by pitent piot.sses
which totallj rtmovo the tartrate of lime
and other Impuiltles.
novr.KN-HUNT i:.viiT.ovK-i iur.i,i:i).
An Indian ,nsut.sliiiitcs Two hurveynrii in
Catldo, I, T Juno I. (Special.) Ite
port reached here from Hoggy depot,
twenty miles noitliwest of here, of the
killing of two United States sutveyoia
by an Indian. The biirvejois were run
ning a line through the Indian's yard
nnd it was necessaty to cut wrae small
tiees In tho yuid, ut which the Indian
became enraged and (Ired upon them
with above lesult.
A Chart it Kofuixdi
Topeka, June 4. (Specl il,) The sec
taiy of stato lias refused to grant a
chaiter to tho StanUatd Oil Company,
of Humboldt, on the grottml that a cor
poration at Kansas City, Kas., already
is doing tho same kind of business un
der the same name. Some of the bus
iness men of Humboldt organised for
tho purpose of developing certain oil
fields down there, assuming the name
of ''Standard Oil Company." The Kun
bus City company of tho same name at
once set up a roar and emplojed at
torney a to protest against the purloin
ing of their title. Their side of tho
case was presented to the secretary of
state esterday by C. II. New, of Kan
sas City, and A. II. Horton, of Toiekn,
who won the point contended for.
Special Sale on
Wall Paper and Frames.
Alt 25o Gilt, 12c; all lOo Gilt, Go; 50 per cent
off on all Fiotures and Frames to close out.
MILLER & BAIRD.
A CONVICT WANTS TO BE HUNG,
Tnylor Conk, In the Kansas Penitentiary for
Murder, 1'rnys tlnirrnnr Morrill tu
Hlgn III. Ilrntti Witrrmit.
Topeka, .tune I. (Special.) Many gov
ernors of Kntisns have received petitions
from convicts In the penitentiary nsklng
for pardon or commutation, but It n
malncd for Governor Morrill to receive a
prajer from a convict nsklhg that the law
be carried out and the deith penalty In
dicted upon him.
t'ndcr the laws of Kan.is the murderer
sontrnced to be, hanged must first be taken
to the penltenttarji where he Is kept one
fear. At the end of thnt lime he can only
be hanged when the governor of the slate
lsues his death warrant. No governor of
Kansas has ever Issued such a warrant
nnil It Is not likely that he ever will.
The convict who now writes to Governor
Morrill and nks that the sentence, of
death be carried out Is Tnjlor Cook, who
was sentenced to be hanged by Judge Clark
Smith In Oborne county In 1SS3 for tho
murder of his wife.
After relating that he had once been con
fined In the Topeka Insane nsjlum and
discharged as cured Cook sajs:
"I have been In Ihe crank gang nnd al
lowed every privilege consistent with
prison discipline. I hive never been re
ported for any violation of prison rules.
Now what I want to saj Is this: If I was
responsible when I killed mv wife, then
I should ho hanged. If I was Insane f
should have been sent to tho nsvlum for
the Insane. All I am going to ak jou Is
to sign my death warrant nnd order the
warden to hang me, or jou will be re
sponsible If I am driven to tnke my own
Hie i nave noining in live lor ana uenen
Is preferable- to this life and If nothing is
done In mv case I will feel perfectly jus
titled In Inking my own life. I don't sup
pose an j bod j cares for me, I have been
ruined nnd driven lnnne by my wife.
Kverj thing seems to me like boj's plaj.
I think the world Is going crazy nnd nine
tenths of the people ought to be In the In
sane nsjlum. I nm an expert on Insanity
nnd know whit 1 nm talking about. I have
six flno children, but I don't think Oicy
know anv thing. That fire we had tho otlur
day I think was the best thing that ever
happened In this prison, for what was
burnt was of no account nnd a disgrace
to the state. If me and some others here
was hunir I think It would he an act of
humanity nnd charltj Hoping vou will
be so kind ns to do me this favor I remalh
jours respectfullj, TAYI.OIt COOK."
A iu:i,i.Kii:iti:Nr l.ovmt.
Arrested Cpnn tho Charge of Threatening
Ills tllrl's sister.
Prank Shannon was arrested and locked
up at police headquarters In Kansas Cltj',
Kas., list night upon complaint of Mrs.
Lilly Green. Shannon lives at ltrlghtnn
Hill nnd Mrs. Green lives at Seventh
street and Tauromen avenue. Her sister,
Miss Mnj- Kline, with whom Shannon his
been ltifutnntf.it for several months, lives
with her. Yesterday evening Shannon went
to Mrs. Green's home tn see .Miss Ktino.
lie was told th it she hnd gone to lilr
tnomit park with another joung nun.
He then accused .Mis. Green of trjlng to
keep himself nnd her sister apart, and. It
Is alleged, pulled a revolver from his hip
pocket and threntened to shoot her. She
complained to the police lifter Shannon
hid departed, and he wis subsequcntlj- ar
rested anil taken to police headquarters.
"I find the Ilojnl llaklng Powder su
perior to all the others In evuv respect.
11 is enureij- ireo jrom nu iiciuiit'r.iworis
nnd unwholesome Itnpurltj, und In bak
ing It gives otT a greater volume of leaven
ing gas flian nnv other powder.
"WAIrnil S HAINI'.S, M. IV
Chemist to the Chicago ltoird of Health.
Statu Cumuli or the IV. A. 1'. A.
The state council of the Women's Amer
ican I'rotectlvo Association will give a re
ception at the Academy of Music at S
o'clock this evening. An etens!ie pro
grimmp has been prepirtd ns follows"
Piano solo, Profcsor I.euttke; "America "
by the audience; lnvocitlon, ltev. II, M. P..
Hacknev; solo, original song, Professor
Anson C. Itucklej", nddresses of welcome
will be given bj Mrs Judge J. II. Stone,
of tho W. A. P A : ltev. J A Dearborne,
of the A. P A ; Hon llarrj Hlndo of the
Junior Americans; iespons( on behalf of
the state council Mrs Josephine Blike,
St. Louis; solo, Miss Llla Crooks; "Star
Spangled Hanner." Ml S J. Ilirt; ad
Iress, State President Mrs l)r Ciuiihnn,
nddress, Mrs. L J Alii n, Springfield .Mo ,
music, Instrumental, "Little Hod School
House," voutic liiilis' Llnto council; reci
tation, "The Stuttering l'amllj ," Professor
C" II Pish, recltitlon and song, "The
Whistling Iteglmtnt" MKsts Con II nnd
Marj- I- Crilg; piano olo Professor
I.euitke, reeltailon, selected, J'rotessor C
Ilispiitlng the .VH011,
Mr. Willis Graj. of lllooinlngton, 111,
general supt rlntendent of tho Chicago .1 Al
ton lallro id UKlstered at the Coates House
list evening with Trnlnmister Mike hh(e
li in. of Slatei This morning thev will bo
John d at this point bj the members of the
Missouri bond of nllwnj commissioners
anil will Ht.u t out on the annual tour of
Inspection of the Alton lines In the state
Thev will travel In a snecl il car and will
go tn Mexico Hint, then to Columbia, back
to .leflirs'nu Citj nnd then to Louisiana,
wlicrit the commission! rs will be trans
ferred to the eustodj of tho Iliirllngtoii of
ficials and will go out ovir tho Hurllngton
Mr. Joe Plorj, tho Itepubllcan member
of the board, was In tho lty jcsterdiy
morning for n few hours, but lett on one
of the morning trains for a short trip In
the countiy. Ho will Join the crowd ugnin
Ituylng In Kansas iu.
Mr. W, A. Harnett, of Dayton, O., Is
stopping at tho Midland. He Is reptesent
Ing 11 large bond house In the P.ast and
travels over the West purchasing bonds
He has Jutt returned from a trip through
tho stato of Kansas during which he
purchnsed over .iO0,O0i) worth of city and
eoiinty bonds for his house.
"Wo made no puiehases In Kansas dur
ing the Populist administration, but fol
lowing tho list election vo went in nt
once, and I have bei n busj- iver since
thit time," he said list evening, while
chattltic to n representative of the Journal.
'That stato Is all right and theio nro splen
did prospects for 11 great corn crop out
near Hutchinson. Tho outlook tin re Is
Drliiror an fin Wagon Injured,
J, S Jones, nn emploj-e of the Kansas
City Ice Companj', while driving one of
the companj 's wagons yesterday forenoon,
met with a seveie accident at Third nnd
Walnut stieets. At the corner or Third
street tlm hind wheels of the
wagon sank Into a rut. Tho shock
threw Jones to the giound nnd sev
eral largo blocks of Ico slipped from the
wagon and fell on him. Jones wns cir
ri lug a pair of Ico tongs over his left
shoulder and a chunk of Ico drove one
prong Into his hi east. Tho police am
bulance carried him to tho Central police
station, where Suigenn Hjde dressed the
wound. An hour afterword, ho was able
to go to his home at 9-1 Wjnndotte street,
lllltflllCS S hMiflll.
. I1U ttcsiroi ,,iunuif) aim 4WllttB no-
1, it.., ..Ill l.nl.l .1 l.ltutn.iUJ L......IA.. .I.I.,
EHjeiUlluil ,,,, ml,,i ,i,4aiti--o pi-naiuu turn
morning nt 10 o'clock at pailor S, Midland
coming j ear Is the most Important busi
ness for consideration to-dnj, The asso
ciation CAJH'I is li liuina lllu llteuiiui; ui
this year the best one ever held, Tho
IlieillUCI lllu r.urviCH ,,, l-ut;il Ilia eil
this morning. The only one thnt uime In
I ikl pconlnir was Hon. Huc-elie I Ware, of
Ouo of Arimmr'ri Iteprefteiitatlves.
Mr S. S, Jerome, of Atlanta, Ga , Is at
tho Coates House. He is the Southern rep
resentative of the Armour Interests nnd
his long been connected with that firm.
TT stnnned In the cltv to idlt the house
and ulso to see his brother, Samuel Jerome,
of Kansas City, Kas. He Is accompmled on
ins trip uj nis u.iumiii'1, .u.is j.va je
lome, who haa been South for sK months.
She will go to St, Joseph for a stay now,
Arreated for bteallng Cuttle.
Tred Whitney, a j oung man who lives
In Greenwood counts-, Kas., was arrested
neai the stock sards. In Kansas City,
Kas., last night upon the charge of steal
luir fifteen head of cattle from u fanner
of that county and bringing them here and
selling iiicni. nu vviu ue lUKeu 10 iiivea
wood county to-day,
3s-Z enufc 1
MAYOlt I1AV1S DENtlUNCTfl ACTS Of
nATI'.K ifUHKS rK01'I.t
THEIR SLURS ON GOOD CITIZENS
mo sinrvrtNti m;i.i at iit;ii.ni:its'
AMI TltAlir.llS' uxuiiamh:.
MANY LABORING MEN PRESENT,
r.NTllfurASM AltttllSKU KK Till:
It Is Itcllovril the I'rnpnsltlon to Amrnd
tho In uf the t lijr Mill Ho
relvo tho l?ntlro La
A"! Ihe end of the campaign of education
In favor of the threo pending charter
amendments approaches, tho enemies of
the city resort to still more scurrilous
methods to hold up tho hnnds of the de
feated and malicious corporation, to whose
doors can be traced all of tho opposition.
The wanton attack on the honestj- and In
tegrity of three of tho cltj's most re
spected cltbens has called for a rebuke
which was delivered last night by Major
Davis, to the echo of tho cheers of the
men of the Ilulldert and Traders' ex
change; the men who not only vote, but
who employ other men who nlso have
votes, all of which will be used to-morrow
to cmplnslze tho stinging, convincing re
plj" of the mijor to tho flnnl and most
virulent screech of the opposition.
With but one day remaining In which to
convince tho people tint nothing short of
a public calamity can defeat tho adoption
of nil of the amendments, tho enemies of
progress close their work by springing a
"fake" proposition from a Chicago brok
ers' firm, offering n heavy bonus for the
purchnse of tho water works bonds, thus
Impljtng and backing the Implication with
the bald statement that the commission
emplojed bj- the council without expense
nnd without salary, to place the bonds, has
been the recipient of the difference between
the premium offered nnd the amount
claimed that tho bonds should have real
ized. This wanton attnek was answered la the
most sarcastic nnd denunciatory waj- bv
.Major DaIs at the meeting at the Pailld
ers and Tinders' cchange list night. He
showed In tho most forcible way tint It Is
eisy to secure bogus bids after a business
matter has been accomplished. He showed
that this last effort Is a piece of the con
duct which has marked tho fight of the
devilfish, ns he denominated the companj-,
which Is so loth to let go Its hold on the
city; that Its campaign has been to de
preciate the reputation of the city with
the monejed people abroad and now to
cast slurs on Its olllcers in order to defeat
the one thing vvhleh will destroy Its hold.
The Citizens' Association his not lost
faith In the adoption of the amendments
by nn overwhelming majority nnd this
faith Is backed up by the Scriptural In
junction of work. The meeting jestirdaj
was full of enthiilism and there Is no
apathy on the part of anjbodj who favors
the good of the eltj existing to-daj, tho
closing day of the campaign. There will
be none to-morrow at the polls. In order
that the light might be carried Into the
last trench, the following volunteer ward
committees were nuthorizid to take up the
light In the vailous wards:
Plrst ward Councilman Pendorgast,
Adam Wolf, W. I Scovillo and Drjan
Second ward President Tleinnn, Coun
cilman Moian, George Claj-, Chailes Cook
and Alderman L. I.'. Wjne
Third waul I'nnk II. Dexter, John Con
lon, Garrett Hlllson, D. P. Thomson and
Pourth ward Wallace Love, G, J. Bacr,
Sheriff John P. O'Neill and Judge J. II,
rifth ward II, M. Godtrej-, Councllmin
Olson, J. Will Merrill, Dennis Howes,
Henry S, nines, Cussius Anderson. Chris
Sixth ward Colonel 11. H, Hunt, r. W.
Hircifer, Thomas Thclan, P. W. Neff nnd
It. W. Quarles
Seventh ward Colonel Georgo P, Gross,
Captain J. S. Cannon, II. S. Rhodes, J, v.
Gieer and 13. II. Penton,
Hightli ward James A. Heed, Aldermnn
Phillips, H. H. Portorileld, J, 1J. Duifj-,
Councilman 1. S, Drown, Jr., Prnnk G.
Tohnson, L. A. HIrschfleld, Judge J. S.
llotsfoid and Georgo Kumpf.
Ninth ward Aldermnn Morgin, Major
It, C, Croivell, Henry Wnrneke, George
Holmes nnd P, Talpoy,
Tinth wardJohn Sullivan, Mijor Hoss
Gulllii, Judge II. C. McDougal, M L
Khrhart, J. C. Hroniugh, P. W, Marsh
and Colonel John II. Stone.
These committees will look after the
actual voting in their respective wards
and are empowered to name as many as
sistants as maj' bo needed to earo for the
separate precincts. Their efforts will be
seconded by tho grand mass meeting at
Tuniei hill at 7 o'clock this evening, the
closing rally of tho campaign. During the
afternoon nnd up to tho time of the meet
lug a band with proper placards on the
wagon will parade tho streets and take
up a position In front of tho hill as the
time for the meeting draws near. The
speakers will bo Major Warner, Major
Davis, ex-M.ij-or Cowherd, Clurence S,
Palmer and others. Tho meeting will be
called to order by George W, Puller, chair
man of he executive committee,
This morning there will be a meeting at
tho Live Stock exchange, at which nearly
all of the above speakers will make ad
dresses In favor of all of tho amendments.
The meeting was called at the request of
the ofllccrs of tho exchange and promises
to be a fitting prelude to tho final gather
Satisfactory responses hao been re
ceived from many of the leading business
houses to tho letter requesting assistance
on election day, in permitting their em
plojea to get away In time to vote. In
addition to this, tho major has declared
a half holiday for to-morrow afternoon
and has appealed to the people to get out
and swell the vote.
The meeting at the Builders and Trad
ers' exchange last night was the best of
tho campaign, Tho greatest enthusiasm
prevailed; the hall was crowded and the
members of the exchange applauded every
good point made. Mayor Davis made a
fervent appeal for all to get out and vote.
He said that the people should need 110
urging to do their dutj president Mejor,
of the park board; ex-Mayor Cowherd,
Mr. Palmer, Alderman Morgan, Council
man Kldwell, President W. A. Keilj-, of
t-ij exc,bj)e( Uii C. L, IklilUUlU !!
lowed with strong appeals to the peoplo
to bo nt the polls nnd nil would be well,
A Mngnltlretit Meeting Held nt the tlullil-
rrs nnil Traders' Ktrlmngn Cum
Men who employ libor, men who have
done more than nny others to make a
grcit city of Kansas Cltj men who hive
nlnnjs hnd the Interests of tho city nt
heart, nnd who hnve ntvvnjs been ready
and are still ready to nld In the proposed
development of Ihe future of the West
nnd Southwest, assembled In the hall of the
ilullilers nnd Traders' exchange last night
nnd lestlilcd their approval nf tho pending
charter amendment. The hall was
crowded with the members of the t
chatigc, and while the meeting wns In
progress a qund of vvorklngmcn entered
nnd proved to be attentive and Interested
listeners to the sphndld exposition of the
situation bv ex-Major Cowherd, Mayor
Davis, the president of the pirk board, the
nslstaiit city coiinsdor, who has done so
much work In his department to nld the
good work, two members uf the city coun
cil nnd two members of the exchange Thej
went away full of the uithuslnsm which
makes votes on election dnj and will be
hinrd from at the imlls to-morrow
President W. A. Kellj-, of the evchange,
presided nt the meeting. Ho began the
demoiiHtiatlon by calling on ex-Major Cow
herd to make the opening speech. Mr.
Cowherd said there was little to be done
but to exhort tho people to come out nnd
vote. The subject hnd been so carefully
explained and the press had done such c
celli nt und effective work In telling the
people- what Is their dtltj, that the speak
ers could add nothing but the urging or
the voters to make the vote such n one ns
to npprlse the waiting world that this cltv
Is 110 longer asleep. He then explained the
license amendment, showing that If adopt
ed It will not change the amount paid bv
any regulir buslni ss, but give the rouncil
the discretion to fix tho llgure from $1 up
wards Instead of from J". He dwelt on the
tight made bv the water works lompatiy to
retain Its hold on the people, nnd said It
w is Imperatlvi- to get contnil of the works.
He followed the lltlgntlon through which
the city had gone and said tint It upponrs
that the company Is still keeping up Un
tight. He said that, regardless of the val.
ui of the plant, It Is tho dutv of every cit.
Iron to pet out nnd vote for the amend
ment, it the plant Is not acquired by the
vote now. It will take the city several
venrs of the same flglit to get In the same
position It is now. If the city has to wait
a j ear or more to get the money to pay
the price, the company will go Into court
nnd siy that the plant of a jear rrom now
Is not the plant tho court ordered sold;
that extensions nnd Improvements have
been made and the city will be compelled
to go through another battle to IK the
price, which will certainly be higher than
it Is now. Ho spoke briefly nnd stronglv
In favor of the park ami iidnu nt and ilosid
with a strong npeill to the audience to
vote and get everjbody else to do llkevvlsp
Clireiice S. Palmer follow, d In 11 stirring
speech. He said that dining tho whole tie.
1 iuu ui iviiiiMii euyi 111a mere mm nev.r
been such an opportunity to ndvirllse It
so thoroughly by doing one good daj's
work as was to be presented to the voteis
on lhuriln)'. He dlscustd the effect of
the pirk diclslon ns affecting the powi r of
the eltj to govern Itself, and said but four
others In the country have the same pow
er. He said that If this wero a case win re
there was some election to olllee, a iii(.
tlon of whether this ninn or that should
draw a certain salary, then there would bo
.'i,noi) nun eager to vote. Ho said tint in
tills city water cost the people double what
bread does He said this was all the ar
gument necthtl to -vote for tin? Imml iiinpnil.
ment. He clilmed that it was the dtltj of
the people to have parks. He said that the
boaid had as much power undei the old
law as It will under the new, but the moil.
ej must all lie paid before there could be
any enjojment of the Unds. selected He
urged tlio nudli nee to ee that all of the
amendments get every voti- thit is cist
President Meyir then poke for all of the
amendments. He mid there wns little to
add to what hid been spoken, but he felt
It the dutj of all to lit thilr voices be
heird and their Iniluenc' felt in favor uf
proguss This election was not onlj to
deckle whether or not the people want to
mike a greit cltv here, but to let the out
side world, the people who look to see this
iltj the metiopolls uf the West, know th
eltj proposes to go forward. He said a cltv
was like a business enterpilse; If It could
not keep In the front rank. It would till
back What many voters forget Is th it we
cannot succeed unless vve succeed togelh
ei. Mere monev miking was not the 1 hlef
end nf man. The iltj had sin eeeded In
est ibllshlng Indnstrli s of which It was
proud, had established a line trade, but Its
mechanics and workmen are not as well
eired for as thej tdiould be He i-piike
waimly In f ivor of all of the ameiidmi nts
mil pointed out tho advantages of them
.Major Davis was then called for. Ho tie.
llveied a sptcch ill which lie dealt the enu
mles of the eltj n dutiinglng blow lln
spoke with more thin usuil fervintj-, nnd
11rou.11 il the gieatist enthusl ism IIu said
"Vour presence hue to-night shows jour
Interest In tho iiuistlons bifoie the people
All that Is 111 ailed Is to git out anil vote
ou ought not to be exhorted to do jour
dutj1; jou don't deserve it You see in this
elty tho ubhorrent spectacle of a gigantic
devil llsli striving with all Its power 10
retnln Its hold, to thiottlo the rlty nnil the
people together and do jou neid uiglng
to go out and throw oil Its grasp No. I
hay. Something lias been snid and written
nbout the bonds. Does nuj man in the
fcounil of my voice quchtlnn the honestv,
Integiltj", ability nnd pitilatlsm of S II
Armour, J. S Chick nnd J P. ItlehmdHf
Not one. This' wire simply a eommlttio
appointed bj" tho council to dispose of these
nanus, tiicj" gave mur lime, mcir 1 p
rieiice and woik to tho city without 1 x
pense Thej- did not get one cent out of
this dllllcult labor. Can as much bo hild of
the other side' Are tho agents of the
trust iiblo to show the illslnteiestcdness of
these gentlemin I fancy not,
"We havii heard something about a propo
sition of a firm to pay a much bigger
bonus for these bonds. Why was there not
some thing said of this nt the time that tint
inmmlttei' udvi rtls-ed all over the country;
when It was known from Maine to Callfoi
nl.i that the committee was readv to le
colvo bids for these samo bonds? Why did
thev wait until now to my what they vveio
willing to do It Is not hard to get bogus
bids after a business transaction has been
consummated. What reason exists, If nuj".
If this offer Is In good faith, why It was
not undo known until the city Is on tho
nvii of settling tho long light bv taking
the tentacles of the 1I1 v II llsli from the
throat of the piople.' It has been clalmul
tint tho plant Is not worth f.lono,oio Tin 11
why Is It that all this oltoit Is madn to
prevent us from gutting It nt that llgure"'
"When we get It we will get with It tho
money needed to Increase tho plant, to lay
mains In the bottoms where the manufne
tuiers und merchants can get the Urn pro.
lection thoy lack now; wn will bo able to
put tho water In the home nf tho humblest
cltlreii, and at a cost which will bilng It
within his small means. Then will jou sit
idly by and let this corporation beat us nut
of what wo rightfully own'. I say no once
more. What wo want Is enthusiasm Shell
tho woods; get tho ojs out. You all owo
It. If jou aro raining a diily wage, jou
can afford to lose one dnj's Income to give
one daj's good vork for the city, for jour
famllj-. Shall tho poor man permit the ef.
forts of the enemies of Urn cltj-, of his own
best Interests to defent those Intel ests by
letting slip the opportunity of 11 bilking
tho selfish monopoly? Shall the rich man,
grown rich through the efforts of otheis to
make this a great city, whoso labor and In
dustry and Intelligence hao made his
property xalinble, now let the Interests of
the whole people 'lm defeated because, the
adoption of the amendments will add a lit
tle to his taxes? No; jou must take ad
vantage of jour imputation nbroid-uiul
sou have it to ihow lo the waiting world
that sou have awakened nnd ore ready tn
go on with tho march pf pi ogress and will
be defeated by none In the light for the
first place. You are not benefiting any ud
ministration: ou nro not benefiting tho
political ambition of any man; jou aie
benefiting j ourselves. Then, men of Kan
sas City. I say aguln, go out and do jour
Aldermnn W. W. Morgan. Councilman J.
W, Kldwell. President W. A. Kelly and (
L. McDonald followed the major In urging
It ns a duty on the part of eveiy man to
vote for all the amendments. The meeting
nd loomed with everjbody full of lm and
Death of A. II. V. Kotmtz.
Fort Scott. Kas., June, 4 (Special ) A.
II. C. Koontz, sonlor member of the Urm of
Koontz Ac Sons, of this city, was stricken
with a stroke of apoplexy some time dur.
ing the night and died at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, a few minutes after his son T.
M. Koontz, who represents a Kansas City
grocery house, arrived. The deceases was
formerly in business at Doonvllle. Mo.,
where he has three brothers llln. In
1x91 b to UU -lev, ,
CHASE IS REMOVED.
io iMiMiit Minimi. t, issi;i;s , 1 oumai.
oitm:it 1(1 THAT i;t 1 1 cr.
GOES INTO EFFECT AT ONCE,
ItltLCi: lA.M'lt XV II. I, lit: At'l'OIMI.D
in iiis .sti:ai.
THE EX-WARDEN'S NEXT MOVE.
Ill: l'lt(ll'(s;s 111 OAl.Mt.Y ItlNOIti:
Tin: tH)Vi:it.soit's acuox.
Ills Idea Is to I'iij No Attrntliiii In It mid
1'iirie .Mr. I.juili tn luko I ogul
?t!p to Oust Itlttt I mm the
Ollln. He Wrong
Topeka, Kas., June I (Special.) This
afternoon Governor Morrill lsuei the or
der removing H W. Chase as warden of
the Kansas peiiltiutln v.
Tho governor did not slmplv accept tho
ripurt of the Invi stlgatlng lommlttee and
follow Its rt commendation. He ruefully
went through the written evidence nnd
formed his own conclusions oh to whit the
accused was guilty of
Aftir expressing these conclusions In six
teen counts bied cm the evidence pre
sented to the Investigating committee, the
I do further find thnt the foregoing find
ings of fact, nml enrh and everj one
tluieof constitute sinilrlent and proper
grounds for jour removal from the position
of warden of the Kntisns slate penlti ntlarv
I furthir find that the report of sild
committee llled with me, as nforesald,
constitutes n good and sulllclent cause fur
j our removal
Now, therefore, I II N. Morrill, governor
of the state of K ins is, under and by li
tue of the power In me vtstcd bj law,
and In pursuance of slid report of said
committee, do hi n bv rimove vou, S W.
Ch ise, from the position of waidcii of the
Kansas statu penltcntl irj, such removal to
tnke effect forthwith
I do alo remove jou from sold position
as such wardtn for good cause- shown In
i arh, all or anj of ihe lliullngs of fact
made bv me from the tesilmonv filed bj
said committee as hiietofoie 1 retted.
I do also rimove vou fiom said position
of warden of the Kansas state penlti ntl irv
for good muse shown In the report of
said committee so llled with me as afore-
In witness whireof I hive hereunto set
my hand nnd the great seal of the state of
Kniu-.is this 4th din of June, lS'i",
(Sal.) i: N Mdltltll.I, Governor.
Attest; W. C. HUWAHDS, Sictetaiy of
.losi ph Waters, nttornev for Warden
Chase sas s tint tin vvitdtn will piy no
attention tn the order nf rtiuovnl mule bv
(ovirnor Motill! "He will continue In
charge of the pi nltentlarj," said Mr
Wati is, "until such i time as the supreme
couit decides the c ise. Then Is no law bv
which the governor 1 in niuovi Warden
Chnse bv force or send 11ns olllcer thero
to sent JlriiCH Ljnih or whoever the np
polntie m iv be. If the in vv wanlin wants
in get his place he must go Into the courts
and show mat no nas .1 iigiu to It. nnd tmt
Chase Is wrongfully holding It from him.
Anv other procedure would be nnnrcl'j-."
Governor Morrill niithorlJ'is the state
ment tint Ilruce Ljiich, of Ch mute, will
be appointed 111 Chisi's steid, probably to
morrow, and the pi in of the ailmlnlstr 1
tlon to put him In po'-MssUm will be n -vealed
WHO'S BACKING THE PORTE?
I urleej's Hi plv tn the 1'iiuersNnt siiUfae-
tuly snppnm it In He 1 111 nnrngi il hj
sumo i;iirnpi ill .mi ninn nt.
Constantinople, June 1 The replj of the
Turkish gou nunc nl to the notes of ihe rii
lesenta, lives of Great Unit lln, Prune and
ltussla, In regal d to the pioposed reforms
In Armenl I, his been delivered to tin en
vojs The porte's answer Is not itis-futorj-
'lln Turkish govt ruiuint eloes not
igret to the principle of the control of
the propose d reforms bj the powers. After
levelling the iepl the envois of the three
powers held a meeting, at whl h thej d, -elded
to refir.the whole matt i to their
The position is serious, as list -week tho
llfF.lult . mliluc Inliirmnil ,1m nn..,.. ,1....
,'l.,!! t lliu.l-'l I.IIUIIlIll, tit," IVI LI.' 111 11
Gieat Ilrltnln hid resolved not to accept
any molllUations of the pioposltlons af
fecting ieforms In Armenl i, and the repre
sentatives of the other powers hive made
the same di duration 10 the porte
Tho npl of tlio Turkish government
causes surprise nnd It Is thought that such
nn nnswi r would not hive been given with
out encour igement from some Hurope in
power. Hut the presence of the British
Mediterranean sqtt iilrou consisting of sev
enteen ships, it Hiviout, points to an
agreement lutween Great Hritaln, frame
and Jtussli to force Turkej to comply with
the demands of the powers.
The unenuiled strength of the Hov.al, ns
certified by tin hlghist baking powder ou
thoiltles, makes It the elieijust lo usi,
even at a higher pi Ico than others.
Death nf il l'ettls Ciiuntj l'innie r.
Sedall i Mo . Juno I (Special ) Judgo
Joseph il Carter, a member of tho Pettis
eniintj- bir, died at 2 n'eloi k this morning
at his homo In Grifon Itlilge, Judge Carter
Continues and goods nro going, for every
one re illzes tint this beautiful stock will
bo pold In bulk In a few dajs The llnest
ever brought to the West uro being sacrl.
50c on the Dollar.
$1 100 Cards from plate sno
$l.Co leo Cards and plate ...7"ie
70a Silver Links ,,,,,,, ,,, :i",o
$1 Silver Links . Mm
SI CO Sliver Shirt Sets 7Jo
$10 Silver Watch ,., jiuo
Ci Gold Wutch JIJ.M
$1) Gold Wutcli ,,,, !).()
$! Gold Watch, extra ,, ,uJM
$JU Tea Set , jlii.u)
Set I)essett Spoons,.,,,,, Jl M
$IDo Set Ileiert Spoons,,,,,,,,,.., ti .'7
$G Set Porks , , j.11.)
$10 Ice Pitcher...., J.". 10
$10 Pearl Opera Glass ,, fin)
$1 50 Opera Glass Stick ti 'Si
$- Chilli Clock ........,.,,,, ,,. j.'M
JJJ China Clock , ,,,, 11,00
S.O Diamond Itlng ,,,, .'"nl
$1 Diamond and Ituby King , .,,$ CO
$7" Ulamond Stud , ,,, 17 50
$WJ Diamond llracelet ,,,,, $.1,0
$.'00 Vase ,, $ I -J3
$10 I. mil ,,,, ,,,,,$7i)
$3 Tui-iiuol-o nnd Pearl Itlng,,,,.,, $.' SO
$t Peiul Stick Pin , ,,..,$. 00
$1 Hall Clock, ,.,,,..,., ,,, S.j.'.V)
is Cane . ., ..,,, ,,,,,,,.,.,,, $100
Pearl Pin..,. ",! $1100
$1W Pi.nl and Kmerald Pin .,$nHi0
$7 bilk Umbrella ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.$JC0
$1) Marble ltust. .,,,,,,, ,..,.,.... $f0
J", Cigar ilox $.'tVJ
ii Gold Pen and Holder , , ,..$ll0
$4) Onjx Clock....,,,.,,,, $1510
$S Cake llaski t ,,,,, .,,,,$1 00
$tu Curving Set, cubed ,, $7 DO
75c Silver Tie Clasp 340
Pine Stationery lOe, !2Uc, 13c per uulre
Wedding invitations, etc., at greatly cut
prices. Send for samples.
103$ MAIN ST.
R, W. nOCKER, Trustee,
was a pioneer settler of Pettis count j-, tn
pnlillis ho was 11 slntmel llipublliin and
a ti ade r In the connrils of his parts Death
was mused by pneumonia, developing from
MR, HEARDJSVERY SICK,
llin .Mlxonrl l,t( iiiigre ssnimi Has Spinal
'I rouble nnd Is In n irltlint
Washington, Jimp I (Special ) I2x
Heprcscntntlvo Henrcl Is reported to
bight ns hnvlm: nxperleticcit n relapse
nml Ir in n erlllcnl condition. Illi phy.
slcluiii hnil 11 consultation nml It wits
concluded Hint the time for heroic rcine
tllw had nntvctl, .Mr. Heard nipenii to
be Buffering fiom a illsie of tho
DETECTIVES ARE BAFFLED.
riio .Mjslirj surrounding Mls Harring
ton's -Murilir it su l'rontlin s
I ufitthiiiiii il
Sin Prme!eo, June I After seventy
two hours' work on the murder of Nellie
Harrington In her own Hit about noon Sat
iirdij the toItcp detectives admit that
they are eompletclj bntlled as to the mo
tive of the deed or the Identltv of the mur
derer. The detectives nre nistlve mils on
one point, that the person with whom Miss
Harrington had an engigenient between L
and 10 la-t Saturln committed the murder,
nnd Ihe brutal characti r nf the blows In
llleted leads to the In lief Hint the tnurdcrir
Is a man The police have taken posses
sion of lM prlv ite letters, the conti nts uf
which are said to be sensational by some
of the deleetlves Kx-Suntor ltiick, the
murdered minimi's most intlm He friend,
illed this morning from Injuries sustained
by a fall from a cart. In which he wns be
ing driven to the olllee of the chief of po
lice for consultation He was rilled upon
tn throw some light upon tin tragedj.
Willi his death the defectives ire at a loss
tn secure a clue or suggi st a motive for
the murder. The stnrj that -Mls Harring
ton was unlv pittlnllj clad when found Is
denied bv the morgue ollli lals, who saj- the
wrapper she wore was pirtlj torn and
lurtly burned off 'Ihe Inquest will be
in Id riiturdny next.
i)Hdvv.m:i) i;. itonii: to a cntutis.
spun Persons Swept Au n In Wjimiliig,
I our l'i rlshlng.
Denver, Cot , June I A special to tho
News f i oin DouglnsH, Wjo, hiji: A
pirtv of seven pei-snns was swept nvvnj"
while crossing the' swollen sttciim near
lii'tc to-dnj, four of them being
It owned licit Hliicr Htat ted fiom Tie
Siding to attend u cluus line with his
wife- and two cliililicn, .Mis 'Powell and
n babv and n .Mis Shoiwiii The wag
on iivei tin nod til Lapivlo creek, all It.s
occupints bedng tin own into the wuter.
Mi. P.lder and her baby und Mrs Pow
ell and her liaby vvcie catilcil awaj nnd
The- bodies have not jet been re
Sllltllll S .Vll'lllt AT S:i),l.l..
A I.llll Ifllllgtltj I's, et lev II Negro, lllipptlj'
I ol iplllg. Ilnue vi r.
Sedilli, Mo. lime I (Speclil ) Mrs Ida
Crawford, vvhlh riding alone In an open
c irt, one and a half mlh ninth of this
city, this afternoon, was halted bj i negro,
who asked he r to change a h ilf dollar
She replied thit she hid no ch inge and
attempted to drive on, when the negro
made an ass mil upon and tiled to drag her
from tile curt A di spent to struggle fol
lowed, .Mrs. Criwford llnallj sun peeling
in getting awav from the biute, after her
clothing had bei n torn from h r body
She diove to the city limits, where she
fainted and fell tiom the cart Olllcers aie
In pursuit of the brute and there are
threats of Ijuehlng If he Is cuught.
Ni:W K V.NS , ( olll'lllf V I IO.SS.
'1 mi Cliierti rs I lie il Willi the s,ir,(urj' nf
Topiki, Kns , Juno I (Special ) The fol
lowing eliaittrs win llled In the otllcc of
siiietari of state j.steielij.
The Topi k i toi lal I'urltv I.engiip, with
i i ipiial ol J. (m 1 lip Im oiporntors ore:
Muj i: Van I'liivi, Gi up GIoimI, Mrs,
I'niinle itllej, T P. Hovvmin and ltev. W.
i i is
The Niodeslii Till phone Compinj-, with
a e 1 11 1 1 1 of fiimi for the purpie-i' of opi r
allnj, a ti b phone echange In III it cltv
The lmotpniatius are- G N II mils
I Pierce, S Mi Ghee, It. P. Clrinntir
and W. L III ikclj
SlMIN Is IlltV t)l III I ()t s.
Stio-Vlnkis 11 Sjitleriii torj Iti plv 111 Iti giiril
In tlm AIM 1111 1 AITalr.
Washington, Juno I The state dep irt
inent to-il 1J reielved from I nlti d Suites
MluWtt I T iv lor at Mull Id, the eompleti
ml Hi il tuiMiir of Sipilu to the dt mauds
of Seeretarj GiphIiiiu loi a ilisivinval of
the llrlng nn the t'nlt. d States mer. hint
Hhlp Alii 1111 1 The .itiMiir Is most cordi il
111 lone ami Is expn-sivi of the fullest dis
avowal of the lourse of the i omm imb I
of tin Spmlsh gimboet whlih tlml on the
Allliuca It li sild 10 In nitirtlv Mils
fietorj to this tsuverumi nt, is It fullj
meets In letter and splllt thu elum indt.
1 ivi: cm isi.its ai ,11. mi vii.
I he I'reni li s, ml inn Wnrslilps Tin rn to
Ai I Willi lllltl.li 1..M Ik.
Toulon, June I Two I'rnuli cruisers
lllVO belli dlspiti lllil to Jl del ih to Mlp
port the thin- llritlsh ciulsir-. k nt to
that poit to infoui the piotnpt jmulsli
ment of lhoi' who wen 1 nt,ngeil In the
murderous assiult upon the liiulga on
Millar ollleiils 1 hi re lesulling in the kill
lug of the Itiltish lln 1 niiMil, and tlio m
ilous wounding nf tin llrltlsh consul, Mr
lllchaulsoii, tho itislui coiiMil .Vlr
llrandt, and tin inemary of tho Preneli
consul, M. d'Orevllli
(ii.MMc.vi, mmioi 11:1.11 i.m i:uiaim:i.
Itevluns the 1 rnnps nl 1 nrt Itlley nnd In
11 iiiiiii (1 d.
Junction Cltv, Kas, Juno i (Special)
General Sehotleli and puty were enter
tained to-daj at Poit lllb j A grand re
view of Coloiie i Arnold's tight tioops of
cavalry and M ijor Itmelotphs. three bat
teries of light aitllbry wis givm Gen
eril ScholUld couipliiuciitiel tin, commands
in uiimeahuri'ii nuns loiimvuig tint ie
vlcvv caiiiu a biiiiini, kIm n bj Colonel
Carpenter Manj eltuens from thu elty
oi.Miv viAi 111; 1 111; .miv,
It Is Silil lln Mill lln I'ulleil In sunt ill
Washington. June I It Is slid to-day on
excellent aiithniltj tint th. president has
stutnl tu numbers uf tin 1 iblntt tint ho
proposes to ,ik Atloruiv General Ulney
to accept the Mat. poitlollo an 1 ihit he is
ilelijlug th, publb aunoiiuiciiient lu order
tint he in o at tin .,11110 lime uime a
siuic-m,oi to Mi. olucj as atluimy i,eu
eial Kiii-i-. itj VI 111 VI irrlnl.
Plitto Cltj, Jlii, Juno 1 At the homo
of the bildi's paiiius heie to-night, Mis
Mamiu Todd, d limine r of .Mi and Mis.
Jose fill C Todd wis united In mirrluge
to .Mi C J Tow iiseinl, of K 1111.4- Cltj.
Miss Todd was attended bj .Mis-, Jean
L'ockrt.11, of this tltj, while Mr, Sunuel J.
Goodfellow, of Kansas Cltj, was best
man. The wedding was a my quiet, but
pretty alfalr. hevnal relulves of the
bride was prisnit irom Kans is Cltj,
white .Mr. Tow use ml Is counted d with
the Associated I'ltss and wheiu both hive
a host of frlcud Mr and Mrs, Tovviisend
will leave for the West on a two wteks'
trip, and upon their return will reside in
A halt bin it 'Inptkii.
Topeka, Kas., June 1 (Special ) If,
li. Smith, a well kiiuwn joung cat pen
ter licuc, committed suicide to-night bj
taking btiyeliulne lie had uuaireled
avitli hid joung wife this morning and
slio hail gone to her homo ut Osavvkle,
after thej liad agteed to pait foreier.
Mis. Smith aril ved at ! o'elock from
Osavvkie. Smith had $.',000 Insurance
in the A. Q. u. W.
The United States govtrnintnt report on
baking powders hows Itojal superior to
all others. It is pure, made from whole
some Ingredients, and greatest in leavening
strength. It U the only baking ponder for
these desiring the llnest most wholesome
Kansis Citr, Mf, June S, l
Jrmtfrtittire ijtntii .Ulnl-um, JO tn-lr-
7fcMli!i tr lxk tor Ihf vtMur to bt fair
SoWno; wo h.io cer kiio-11 of U
now jf.ci.njr, on hero at tlio Htorc Vou
tlio public mo rcspoiiilliit; niatj
nilie'Otitly Hi our .announcement, lie
cause you know it li to your lntt'ro.t
to ilo so. Wo "xpoctul this Juno
S.ilo to surpass any otlicr in our liis
toiy. Our pri'paiatiutH for it ucro
.noli as have iiout boforo been
cipi.ilnd. Wo prepared for it by
tlirowlny out on our counters tons
upon tons of tiirruluuidi", the most
desirable and at tlio lowest price.
We liavo n big surplus Btock which
w 111 have to go before inventory.
Tho pticcs and tho iiialitlus will do
the work. We look to them always
for that. To both; low, very low
pi ices; trash, never. No odds what
thu going value for tho worthy sort
is; if wc can come by tho lots so as
to pas them on to you for half or
less you shall haio thotti. With tho
low prices that arc on about cery
thing all over tho btore, wo say you
servo your best interests when you
coino to the Hig June .Sale. Thoto'll
bo no let-up in tho great offerings or
tho great .selling. JlctcV tlio news
of to day.
And so far
aro concerned thcy'io a right to bo at
the worth ligiucs, but it's, close to in
ventory and hoiico theso leduced
3 Carriages, worth JTOo, for
) Cirrlages, worth $15 00, for
1 Cirri igc, vvr'th $3i)ti, for
1 Cnrrl igc, v orth J3250, for.,..
1 CarihiM'. worth $7', for .. .
1 Carrlige, woitli .1I7;, for... .
.... $- OS
S Carriages, worth $0 00, for $13 CO
2 Carriages, worth $1-'C0, for JS50
1 hese w HI go eiulck. Come early and
make a Hiving,
arc v hat
of Hoys' Clothing you
miss this sale new prices
111 Kcd, old ones 111 HI nek.
its tn Hoys' Hathing
age, tl up to JO years.
of Tabli Wa-
l(fl'iA f'ilA'l fr.l'besl !n.I
JuW Ud." ' of ill
Splits (too In cisej at $ s 10 .1 cimi
Pints UOU In casi ) it 1. .mi ease
Quirts '.ro lu 1 isi) at ., Hj 11 1 1 o
On bjIu east end Walnut street il vt
This hccotul big puichaso has
provon to bo as wolcomo as tho lirat.
sterling Silver Shirt Waist Sits
thit 110 worth in Jewelry stores nf
$ir, for ,uu
II indsonie htnllng Silver Shirt
,Wl sets, with Dresden l;n imel
llowers, the veij- litest and nui
stjllsli ereitlon of the silver- n
fcinlths, same as jewelers sell for QHfl
$.'.oo. for ouu
You'ro getting to know this de
partment Hrat rate you'ro tho gainer
by thib knowledge. It takes but a
glauco to poo that it's by far tho best
department in town. Attractivo aN
ways, inoro o to-day than Ubtial on
account of thoso prices:
SOo, 3jcandi0a Papers, silks, embossed and
Hitters, this week for,,,,,, , ,.,15n
All of our 15a Paper.,,.,,, IJi
All of our 12c Paper, ,,., lOo
All of our 10a Paper....,., ,.,, Sc
All of our So Piper..., , bo
All of our 60 I'apc'r .,,.,,........, 4a
Ingrains , ,,,,, , 9c
Shaded Priezes, jard , ,.....,, 12o
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