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VOLUME XXXVI I, NO. 3ffl).
KANSAS CITY, .It'XM 7, J8a
I'll I DAY
JMMOIO TWO CUNTS.
THAT rouMitr MILL MAKK A roni.
1)I:.mam) o.v mi: t mti.ii static
WANTS UNCLE SAM'S GASH.
KXITOm ;5 Til IMV PAttT HI' Till:
cost or Mjpnti:sst.n riiiicritAiss.
SENOf, DE LOME'S REMINDER,
CALLS ATTENTION" TO AT.I.i:ili:il III.'
Ono Pnlil lo llnvn llcrn "-nit Hut 1'roiu
Philadelphia Willi I vi o inrlS,,iii
lll Offl( In In Kciplng n Muirp
Avntrh in, Molrinnits III
tlio Hlllicd StlltlK.
London, Jttnp C Tho Standard to-day
contains an Intimation to the effect thnt
when the Insurrection In Cuba Is ended
Spain will request tho United States to
pay part of tho costs of suppressing It, add
Inpri "There Is small pretense of conceal
ment upon the part of those going to Cuba
t "om the Unltcil State, and the authorities
must be cognizant of It. Tho country
which claimed and obtained damages from
llngtand, on nccotmt of assistance given to
the South by nrmed vessels, which were
allowed to leao this country, should be
the last to allow nrmed men to leave her
shores and Insurreet against Spain."
Washington, Juno G.-cMr. Do Lome, the
Spanish minister to tho United States, has
called the .attention of the stato depart
ment to allegations that filibustering expe
ditions against Spanish authorities In Cuba
arc being ntted out In the b.ajous of tho
Lower Mississippi river. The communica
tion also states that armed citizens of
some of the Southern states often paraded
with arms, with a view- to joining somo of
these outgoing expeditions, or at least to
give encouragement to the Cuban Insur
rectionists. Some of the statements made
covered facts of which tho United States
government cannot take otllclal notice or
were too meager for present olllclal action.
It Is believed at the department that there
Is little truth In the reports which reach
here from the iSotith of tho fitting out of
warlike expeditions against Cuba, but
should It be shown that expeditions are
being organized which come within the
prohibitions of International law and our
treaties with Spain, there will bo no delay
In bringing tho parties concerned to Jus
tice. It Is learned that tho Spanish otllelals are
keeping a close watch on several supposed
expeditionary movements, for the put pose
of furnishing Information on which to re
quest action by tho United States govern
ment. One of the expeditions is believed
to have started from I'hlladelphla. Tho
suspected ships. It Is said at the Spanish
legation, are the Georgo Chllds and the
Bridgeport. Tho Spanish otllelals connect
the movement of these ships with suspi
cious operations at D mphln and Cat Isl
nnd, off tho mouth of the Mississippi. It Is
said these movements are mainly the re
sult of the recent arrival In tho United
States of General Qtiesnda from Venezuela,
who brought a considerable sum of money
to aid tho Cubans, and another sympathis
er, w ho is said to have brought $20,000 from
WHAT IF CHASE REFUSES?
In Tlmt Cnso Prompt Measures Yv'lll lie
lulceit to ltcmowi 111m I mm the
hecuo of Trouble.
Topeka, Kas., Juno C (Special.) To-day
CJovornor Morrill Issued his appointment
to J. Biuco Ljnch as waiden of tho peni
tentiary. He at once took tho oath of of
fice, and to-morrow moining the bomd of
penitentiary dlreetois will pass upon his
bond To-night both Win den Ljnch and
Ills Hist deputy, David N.illl, ot Abilene,
proceeded to Lansing, and somo time lo
monow they will go to tho penitential)
and make formal demand tor possession
Tho boaiil of penitential y illiector.i will
meet at tho penitential)- to-monow in reg
ular session, and it Is understood thnt the)
will recognlzo Mr. Ljnch us warden In
fact. Two of these directors nre l'opullsts
mid ono Is a ltepiibllean, but thus far In
tho penitentiary tumbles ono of tho Popu
llsts has noted with tho He publican ns
against the pretensions of Waiden Ch ise.
and It Is expected that ho will remain tlun
In event of ChoRo'a refusal to turn over
to tho new warden, measures have been
prepared which will ptomptly, lawfully
and effectively lemovo him tiom tho penl
It is not tlio intention of tho admlnistia
tlon to make radical changes In tho penl
tenlaiy force nt the flist dash. Thero will
bo no wholesalo removals, but In tho
course of threo or four months tho forco
will havo been entirely ruoiganlzed,
AN ori'iuu a iioi.isii i:d.
I'ort Scott Will llnvn to Do Without u
Tort Scott, Kas Juno C (Speolal.1 Al
though the oillco of deputy United States
marshal heio wuh discontinued over two
months ago by Marshal Neely, tho fact
was not mndo public until to-day. Tho
leason for abolishing this ollleo Is un
known save to Maishal Neely, who Is evi
dently running things to suit himself. The
law bays that a deputy matshal's olllce
shall be maintained hero, but tlio oillco
has been discontinued by Mi, Neely. and
thoro aro no prospects of the law being
compiled with. The change will cause till
of Southeastern Kansas to bo served from
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MUST ELECT A CHIEF JUSTICE,
Mr. flvrrnijnr Sits Kiin:i Mill Haves to
i linimi t no llil. Pull Want u Ml
rr foiivi-titliui I nihil.
Topeka, Mas, Juno 6 (Special ) David
Ovcrtner, of the committee appointed by
the Hetiionntlc state central committee to
determine whether a chlut Justice enn bo
elertpd, will publish In the Cnpttnl to-mor
tow morning his opinion upon the mumioii.
Ho hold thnt a thief Justloe must lie
elected this fnll,
In presenting this opinion Mr. Overmyer
also takes occiidon to tn something about
the tiecsslty ot railing n convention to
voice sentiment upon the silver tpicstlon,
Cxptrsslng his own views as follows.
"Perlmps li per rent of the Democratic
voters ot the t tilted States aro In favot of
tho free and unlimited loiiuiRe ot silver nt
a ratio of IS lo 1, on inn il turns In nil re
spects with gold To lgnuu their wish Is
to disrupt the lirmocratli party, to delnv
Is to endanger distrust In the minds of
thnunnds as to the probable action of the
part), ami thus Induco them to nlllllato
themselves with other political putties.
i ne lime tins come lor netiun, prompt, de
cisive, iitieitilvoeal action.
Hi- who dalllis Is a dastard,
llo wlia doubts Is dammd.' "
Mr. J, W. (Heed, a prominent Itrpubllcnn
Inwjer at the capital, coincides with Mr.
Overm)cr's view that the election for chief
Justlco must bo held this fall.
NO GUBERNATORIAL YEARNINGS
lli'pimlor .lohii Martin :) lie Hoes Not
Munt to Ito (lem-rtior of Ariou i,
Topeka, Kits., June C (Special.) llx
Senator John Martin returned from tho Pa
clllc coast tivday, nfter a two mouths' trip
through Utah, Arizona and California.
When shown tho npoel.il dispatch from
Washington In the K insus City Journal
this morning, which spoke of him ns a
crndldnte for the oillco of the governor
of Arizona, Judge Martin said that he br.d
no thought of such a thing Ho was not
a candidate and his aspirations did not
run In that direction. He added that
(lovernor Hughes would be removed, us
special agents irom vvasningion linn neon
Investigating his conduct as governor ot
Arizona and had reported adversely to
THE ROGERS CASE AGAIN,
(iotornor Morrill C'ltid to Miiiw ('iiiimi M Iij-
tliu 1'npullst Itcgint M Id .Not
Topeka, Kns., Juno 0 (Special.) Tito
supremo eoutt has Issued an order at tho
suit ot Senator William Itogers, through
his attorney, Solon O. Timelier, which
commands Governor Morrill to appear In
court before July 2 and show cause why
he should not lestore Itogers to the posi
tion of regent of the state university,
from which lie was removed on account ot
his drinking habits. The complain mt al
leges that ho was unlaw full) lemoved, as
there was no conviction of misconduct in
i'ioiuim; uham'i: in klvmicky.
ltcpuhllruti Are Hopeful of Meeting Tin Ir
'Iliket 111 the Illu,'cris Mate 'I his lull.
Lotilsv llle Ky June C Tho ltepiibllean
det by of Kentucky closed to-night, after
two days and two nights ot close races.
Colonel W. t). ISindley was nominated for
governor, without opposition. Samuel II.
Stone for audltot, on tho llrst ballot, and
Chatlcs Plnley for secretary of state, on
the second ballot, but the other nominees
requited repeated ballots. After ail join u
ing tho Hut ilii)s session nt midnight, the
convention was to-day In continuous os
slon fiom 10 a. m. until 7 p. in., without
refreshments, and then took a recess "lor
Htipper till 8 p. m. The delegates had ab
sorbed several hundred speei lies and voted
more than all previous ltepiibllean dele
gates In Kentucky had voted in the
Tho Democratic state convention meets
hero June 23, and whether the C.irllsleltes
for "sound money," or thp l!luckhiirnlti-s
for ftee sliver prevail, the Republicans
think their old dominant opponents will
be so divided ns to give to-da s nominees
a lighting chance. The scnatoislilp wis an
Important factor at this convention, J. V.
ec-mes, -. i.. iiisou, jonn v. j,ewis,
fJeotgp Denn) nnd Walter llv.ins being tho
Republican aspirants for Senator Dlaek
luirn'h pi ice In his own puty Senator
Iil.itkbuin has ex-lioveinor Ituekner. x
Uovernor Mil'renry and (Joveinor llrown
as his opponents. Colonel lir.idley Is not
III the senatorial contest, but should ho
be elected In this Democratic stronghold In
November Ills name will be presented next
)enr tor tho vice presldenc). While the
result in Kentucky was close last Novem
ber, the Republicans claim better pios
pects this )e.tr. They say tho Democracy
of tho state Is so divided on the silver
question as to give tho Republicans an
oppottunlty. The Republicans have adopt
ed a strong "sound money" plutform and
feel that they will lose very tew sllv el
ites. Senator lilackburn is making nn ag
gressive canvass on tho unlimited coinage
Issue. Oovemor llinnn is also for silvtr,
while Huckuer and .McCreary are opposed
to frco silver.
LIGHT ON Till: MRLVII, A I U 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 .
New Clues round I'olntlug to a Mull
Named Jluki an.
Tort Scott, Kas., Juno C (Special) liver
since the murder of Charles Stewart Stre
vll last March detectives havo been wotk.
Ing on the case In hopes of scouting the
JMO rcwnul offered for tho old man's as
sassins, This evening Drank Kali-man and
J. It, Ilnrils btougltt hero and turned over
to County Attotney Corey, a long knlfo
covered with blood, nnd a new cotton
handkerchief with bloody flngur minks
which they claim they found wi.ipptd
mound tint knifo, and which were found in
a woodpile about -'00 yards from tho
St rev 11 house, wheru tlio crime was. com
mitted, Tho name "J, Jlnkens" Is wi It
ten on the handkerchief with a faint blue
Ink. Jlnkens was at ono time suspected
of tho murder, but ns he had left tho
country nothing was over done In u-gaul
to tho matter. It Is claimed thnt Jlnkens
had trouble with Strevll tho day of tho
minder. Ho lb supposed to be In Die
KANSAS ODD I'RI.f.OMS ADJOURN,
Twenty-elghtli Aniiii il laieiimpiuent at
I'ort Stott t'ouclildeH Its Labor.
roil Scott, Kas., Juno C (Special.) Tho
twenty-eighth annual encampment of tho
I, O. O, 1', of Knnsas, closed here to-day
after a threo days' session. Tho Tatrlarch
Militant elected the following regimental
oillccrs: Colonel, J, M, Miller, Topeka;
lieutenant colonel, V, IL Kemper, Hortouj
adjutant, C. S. Keldlng, Port Scott; secre
tary. Captain Ilrubaket, Topeka; trua&urer.
U. W, Katzung, Fort Scott.
The prize drill for tho championship ban
ner, won at Ottawa last vear by Canton
Colfax, of this city, was again captured
by this canton, as tin other team appeared
to compete, The Individual contest for the
most perfect drilled chevalier was awarded
to (leorgu It. Conover, of this city. .Malar
It. A, Spears, of Jopllu; U. T. Rees, of
Leavenworth, and Captain Now bold, of
Wellington, were the judges in both con
tests, M.irrlugo of l'rofeasiir Canlleld.
Lawrence. Kas., Juno C (Special.) Pro.
fessor A. H, C'anfleld, of the French de
partment of Kansas university, was mar
ried at noon to-day to Miss Jean K.i)re,
daughter of Professor L. 1). Sa)re, of tho
pharmacy department of the university, ut
the Dplscopil chdtcli, Rev. f, W, A)res
ollliatlug. After the wedding a reception
und dinner was given at the home of the
brides' parents and Professor and Mrs,
Canlleld left on the ufternoon truin for
Vermont, where they will spend the sum
mer. Muehlngtun I'erximtiJ.
Washington. Juno A. (Special.) W. U.
Dodge, of United States Marshal Nix'
olllce, In Oklahoma, arrived to-day from
New York, where he left some prisoners.
STONE VS. FRANCIS.
1 111: xt 1 UNtiit AM) 1 Hi: I -sr.Ai mt
IN .SUA II I' 1(11. 1 tit Al IttV I.R,
IT IS SILVER AGAINST GOLD,
and 1111: wiiit 1: vi 1:1 a 1, m:i:ms to hi:
in 1 111; .wi;ma.m-.
A BITTER FIGHT IN PROSPECT,
vi:sr mm, 1, 111: iii:i'i:ai i:i and otiiiir
AM'IIIANIS LAID Kill',
In the Merry I'olltltiil M'ur Now llrrwlng
III MIourl Hie Itepulitlt III. Point Willi
1'rlde to Iho I'm I 111 it 1 hey Arn
lliiniionloiia mid Dulled
for A Ittor),
JclTet-oii rity, Mo Juno C (Spoclnl )
Tho Mlssoiirlnn who cannot read between
tho lines the pupose ot those Democrats
who are striving to secure tho calling of
a free silver convention, nnd the counter
put pose of tho'i! other Democt.tts who lire
sttlving to pi event such n couvcntlon,must
bo blind, Indeed. In these dispatches tin
months ago It was recorded that tho De-moi-nic),
which on all great eeononito
questions Is at sea without a rudder.wotild
undertake to 11ml some new Issue by
means ot vvhtih it might successfully de
tract tho public attention from the tnrirf
from free trade and Its attendant Demo
cratic blunders and llmiticl.il disasters
and center the popular thought upon some
other question. Pronounce the word
"tariff" In the hearing ot they "i-rage Cen
tral Missouri Democrat otidv '111 close
his 0)es as If to Hlmt out y .s ot Idle
mills and a borrowing tr ary. I'm
nouiico the words "free silver" nnd nt onco
such a Democrat is ullvo with eager at
tention. The fact Is that the Democratic
pat ty In Missouri, n,s in the nation, Is
looking foi somo volo saving, victory sav
ing Issue. Secretar) of Stato Lesiieur said
tho other day: "The people aro tired of
heating about the t.uilT. The tai iff, for
thu present, Is a dead Issue." Such a
declaration fiom Lesiieur, who lias been
one of the most Insistent tariff reforming,
panic producing Democrats In tlio state,
is tantamount to a confession that De
mociacy has failed, and it only begs tho
fiitute. Coventor Stone has burned this
bridges behind him In his wild hunt for
a platform and an issue. It may be re
nicitihcicd that les than a )cnr ago, Gov
ernor Stone, In a public utterance, de
dal ed himself In favor of a commercial
and political alliance btween the West
and the South, as against the Last. Tho
governor, like Lesueur, Is tired of the
tailft ns an Issue. Ho has ceased to
"point with pilde," but ho still "views
There is some 'nlk about Dick island
for piesldent. The mention ot .Mr Bland's
naine in that connection Is an emptv honor.
It may as well be takin for granted now
as later that Mr. Hland will be well pleased
to again enter the inco for conguss In
this dlHtilct, the Ulghth. Ho might pos
sibly be letuined to congress, but under
no circumstance could be be elected to tlio
presidency. It should bo lemembcied that
this district defeated Mr: llland last jc.ir,
despite Its past record ot .I.OeO Democratic
iiiiijui,,. uutiri j'ii-iv tii.i inn, ,ns ii.iitiii
full If he succeeds. In keeping his own
district from Joining the ltepiibllean col
umns, to stay.
island is the original and unique Dem
ociatlc flee silvtr MHsomlau ot cours--,
but ho lias ceased to It ad the flee silver
foices In this st lie The public may not
.vol have obseived Hie fact, but Governor
Stone now leads those loues. Stone Is
the motive poiver. Ills Is the dlietlng
mind, liven J. W. l'.urls, fiom Leninon,
Mr island's own honu, makes no move
without i oiibitltlng the govitnoi The Is
suinco of the Pauls i Inula- urging tne
various count) ehalimui to Join in lalltng
a flee silver convention, was illiictetl bv
the governor. Of ionise the tall will bo
made. A innjoiity ot the i utility eliait
men have aliendv suit In Instructions to
that mil. The Denim i.itlo st ' ccutial
committee will tlnd itself power!' to iope
with the new machine The. uniiitte
must either i utile, subside or i alt. It
Is Stone against Pi.uuis, It Is Vo . against
tho Held, and in sin II a , ontestl v.'r.uicis
must fall, for he ri pi seats the least ae
eoptablo of the two tctieiue views of the
llnauce question. In su, h i contest, also,
It would seem that Vest must be defeattcl,
for Governor Stone Is now omplete mas
ter of the Democratic, mat hint , and lie will
use it with meielliss vUot. to ae, utnpllsh
his theilshed alms. However, It gives
promise to ho a tuei ry war Thete may be
no bloodshed, but SfVei.il scalps will l.nng
high and dry btfote peace Is again de
clined. One thing stands out In bold le
llet, over and above- all other tonsideia-tlons-
C'ential .Mlssnuil Iti-piiblli-ans ate
milled nnd hatmonlous: the) neither favor
gout monometallism nor sitvt r monomet
allism. The) nie bliuetallists. Pin tin l.ii
ct.aes cannot couttol live per cent of the
SO.OiM German votes In the valley. It fol
lows from this that while Stone m.iv de
feat Prnncls, tetlro Vest and shelve Hinnd,
tho people of the state who ale- sle k and
tiled of Dciiioet.ii)'s hunt fot an Issue,
will permanently ictlre that party. A di
vided Democrat-) Is a dufcatiM Denioetniy.
Neither faction of the party can win
alone. Pi cachets would as well prepare
their funeral siintons for the lately dom
inant Demoeiacy, which is now d)tng und
Is soon to die.
DASTARDLY M'OItK Of A 'IRAlll'.
He Robd a llou-.o and T lieu Hums It
Outhilo, O. T., Juno C (Special.) yes
terday ufternoon a tramp stoppeel at tho
farm tcsldeiict' of J, K. Slininond.s, iif
teon miles sotttli of Jioio, and clemanded
food. Mis. Sliiunoinls who was nlone,
wont Into nn outdcior milk cellar to get
tho lood, "when tho trump closed tho
door, locked her In uml then ptticecdeil
to tol tho house. Dually sotting llto to
It ns Ito left. The hotiso with Its contents
was desttoyed. Neighbors attracted by
tlio Hid liuikei open tho cnvo door nnd
lot Mis. Slmmouils nut, A Jnijfo pnssu
has been btxiichlnsr tor tho tramp, imt
MIM'S 1'lttMI l'ltUl'LssoR IHCIir,
I li Will Join tlui 1'iur) Rvpedltlciii tin Nat
uralist IbU .lliiutli.
Lavvicuco, Kas., Juno (! (Special.) A
letter was reetlved In Lawiunee to-day
fiom I'lotessor L Dyclie, vsiltteu on board
thu schooner Golden Hope, otf tlio coast of
Newfoundland, stating that hn would Join
the Ptaiy patty on tho middle, of this
month and leiuain with It as naturalist till
tho close, of tho season,
Klllitl b) ii tiring Holt.
Independence, Kits., June t! (Special.)
Geoigu llrowu, a woikui.tii In th sad lion
factoiy hce. was accldeutully klllitl this
uttetiioou. lie was winking at a polishing
wheel, when tho belt bioke, Thu belt
btruUv him u teulblu blow, tutting a. deep
gash In his head unci on down his chest
across his heuit, llo died In a tew min
utes, lirovvn leaves a vvlte and four chiL
Gtneral hibolleld at Uni.ili i.
Omaha, Neb., Juno C Lieutenant Gen
eral Scholleld ai rived In Omuha to-day and
Inspected Poit Omaha troops. A magnltl.
cent leceptlou was tcudeieil the coinmuu
tier of tho arm by tho military and cltl.
ens. To-night ut the Omaha Club citizens
of Omaha giceted thu visltois. Gcneiul
Schotlidil denied tho rumoi- that ho wat. a
Two linportiiut .Ippuliitineiitn.
Topeka, Kus., Juno C (Special.) The
statu board of charities made two Impor
tant appointments to-night. One was Dr.
C. S. Nevvllu, of Labette county, to succeed
Dr. Pllcher us fcupeilutendent of tho asy
lum for Imbecile jouth at Wliifleld. and
tho other was U. W Sillier, of Kansas
City, Kas., to succeed J)r Todd as super
intendent of the blind as)lum at Kansas
City. Tho appointments take ctlect luunu.
illatr-lv J M Jntiek, of ito"-. II Sprlntr,
w is il-i uppoltiteil ti In i Iviiint Kiippr
l-iteiidiut at the Toiieka rrnim School.
MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE,
Mvlh Aiiiiiiut Coiiimriiri'tniut of I b it ill-
lltilllnn ul Vtnrshitll I lining l.ver-
rli-s u( Other sPhool.
Marshall, Mo, .1 ti ne fi-(flprilnt) The
sixth annual cmninplirtinenl of the Ml"
tdurl Vnllev rollout ottittred here this
tuornlng. Th" exetfldps liegali nt 10
o'clock and the c tin pel ball wan crowded to
Its titmost capacity with friends ond pi
trotip. The following young I idles ntut
gentlPtneti composeil the graduating class
of ': Mtsspfi Willi M'alker, Aimlo M.
Thorp. Stella Ulson rtlid .Messrs. tleorgp II.
Althougo, Jr, and 13. o Whltwell. CI iss
honors Wete avvattdpd lo Mlsps Mllllo
Walker nnd Annie M. Thorp, nnd cm h
It nd well prepared ) s .lev. .1. V.
Stevens, A M of CtimlH'Hatld University,
l,ebanoti, Tc tin., delivered an eloquent an
nual address, and thp president. Dr. .
II IllitPk, iirpspiiteil tho diplomas to the
graduating class. The J ear Just closed
has been a moat protperails one.
Ottawa's 1 li-lil Di).
Ottawa, Kas, June fi iSperi.il.) Pleld
di) nt Ottawa unlversiiv proved to be
of liniisu il Interest yestcrdii) and drew a
large nililleiiee. Thu Athletic Association
had chnrge and tho "events wete ns fol
lows: Hitch rick, Dulmth, llrst, six reel
tight Inches, IIovvetl,hoeonti. Standing high
Jump, Reed, llrst, four feit, True), second.
One hundred )ntil ttnsh, Lbv, llrst, li,
serotnls, Tracy, second. Standing hro id
Jump, Dnidson, llrst, nliie feet two and
three-quarli i Inchesli lie ed, sei ond Three
legged tace, Reeso find flnvnnrl, tlisti
Tvbr and Tha)er, second. Hurdle nice,
seven l.urdhs and li'tmii. Trmv, tlrst;
Reese, sitotid; sack nice. Reese, lit st : Tr
ier, second. Running high Jump, Id ed,
llrst, four feet ten Inches, Howell, second.
Hammer throwing. Davidson, llrst, fort
tliree feet leu Inchrtsj Campbell, second.
Obstacle race, v'llon, llrit, II ilgh, n'c
onil. Potato tace, Trnc), Hist, T)ler, see-
ond. Hall throw, Reed. llrl, 3US reel nvo
Itiehes, Davidson, second. Pltty vnrd dash,
Lby, Hist, live und 5one-ipiatter seconds;
Tuuy, set ond. High kick, Reed, llrst,
seven fcit, eight Inches, Trac.v, seeotul.
Wieslllng match, Ctimpboll, Hist; Tyler,
At I o'clock tho O. V Guard", under
command of .Major Robert Atkinson, Jr.,
gave their limit exhibition drill
The commencement ircltal of the de
partment of music nccuiitd last evening
at the II iptlst church. An ul, chorale pro
gramme, was rendered.
Abllc lie's High School CoiiimriH run ut.
Abilene, Kns., Juno C-(Speclil) Com.
miiieement week ot the Abilene high
school cloed to-night with graduating ex
ercises In the opera house, attended by a
huge tiuillenee. The b iccilaureato sermon
was delivered Sunday bv Rev. It. C.
Halthcox. 1) D of the Lutheran church,
and guide school closing exetclses Mon
day evening, both In the opeia houe. On
Wi-ilnesda) evening class d iy eercles ot
the high school wcru held In the city bill,
Miss Perth i Perrlng, ot the class ot "ii,
pn siding The graduating c lass which to
night received diplomas for a complete
four ) ears' coure Is one of the largest
In the school's lilstory. Its tnembcis weie:
Misses Lois Nutt, Dnl-n llalllet. D ilsy
Htinton, Guy Turner, Jtealilte Wining,
IScrthi Peirlng. Lillian Calhv, Mary Giles,
l.ott i Northctaft, Conner .Malott. Lillian
Jackson, Frances Hnaiadi). llerthn Lesh
er, Grace Tollver, Ilnzey Shreve, llnima
Hashhogen. One member, Ilcs-de Penning
ton, died May 20. Klght members of the
class enter the sehcinlh next )eat as teach
ers In the training clepattmeiit.
atuourl tlnlvej-slt) Id g-nt.
Columbia. Jin. Jim ti (Special) The
1ki.ii el of itiiiitors tlhfrlu d Its business to
day. Tho leslgiiutlonn ot Walter J. ijulrk,
ptofexsor of agilcuKnrc. and W. II Sea
man, professor ot chemistry in tho school
of mines tit Rolla, were accepted. Isador
I.oeli. of Columbia, i?'lH appointed nsslst
nnt iiinfessor of nl-eck'- ptofessor W. H.
Marbut, a. graduate of-thls unlve-tslt), now
nt llaivard, was aptioluted assistant pro
fessor of nhvslcs nnd mlncialouy A c lialr
of homeopath), was established In tlm
medical ilepaittncnt to be tilled soon The
chaliH of lumauie and Gi-imau 1 mgimges
we re till' d upon - ondltlnus to be uuuoiiiu ed
later Miss Todd of Columbia, w is ap
pointed leadei of tin unlvtislty choir.
Me dills Won at Pulton.
Pulton, Mo, June 0 (Special The
S)nodleal JYm lie college of the Presb)
teiian ehiilch at this pi. ice closed Its
tweuty-seiond M-sslon last night Thciu
weie eleven guttlu ites, as follows Misses
llinv, Dlen ks. Downing, I'oisvthe. (it I
h licit, Gordon, Ogdi n, Pedi ii k, Splc er,
Weiks and Yates, Pilzes were vou as
follows: PI ino, medal, Jllss Campbell;
evidences of t'liilstlanity, medal, Mlsj, IM
na llaitlev: Junior sihnlarshliimoil.il, .Miss
Ildna ll.irtle) , housikeeplng medal, Miss
Harry; Hlble pilze, Miss Putsch; essay
medal, Jllss Sjiln-i
( oiitlio lie rnicilt lit Krmpt-r,
Itoonvllle. .Mo, June 0 (Special.) Coni
miuccinint ixculses ut K'Miiper's family
m nool iook pi. in- )t sn-iiiay. ,v large all
elic nee was present The graduates were:
John 11. "earson, R ('. Dixon, D. C. Mc
Cuitaln. and "W, KVjser.
The Cluencc P. Plans medal for ora
tor) was unaided to John H. Pe.uson, of
Louisiana, Pike count). Mo , and tile prize
for scholarship was captured by D. i
Mi-Curtain, of Indl in Tenltor). Professor
William M. Huge dcltvcied the addiess to
thu gtaduates und piescuted tho diplomas.
Dodge 'll) High s, ,,,t.
Doilcn Cltv. Kas. Juno 0 -(htiei-lal i The
commencement c xerclecs ol tin Hodge City
high school wile held hero this evening.
Tlio attendance was huge. Thete were
four giadiiates: Aithur II Itapp, Anuabelle
.Martin, Claudiiih D Hush uinl Hiibeit C.
Aveiy. I'lefessor Willi en Hiker jueslilicl
Tho orations wen- Interesting and well
tleliveied. Ptescntatlou of diplomas ended
itv palm: m i:itni i -.
How ItailroiiN Have su, i r, ,( il u lilsrrlin
inullllg Itctucell Milppers.
Milwaukee, M'ls., Juno C Ono of the
most sensational Inanities tint tho Inter
state commerce commission has engaged
In tor a long while will pruli ibly b- short
ly undertake n on indictments mado by tho
fedeial grand Jur). which is now lu ses
sion in this city. Thu action was taken at
thu lnstancu of the Interstate commerce
commission, the members of which lie
llovo the) havo at leist succte-ded In find
ing tho means by which lallrond com
panies for somit time p.ust havo been nblo
to discriminate! between thlppers and In
Violating tho livv.
As a Jesuit of the Investigation by tho
grand Jmy, at least four of tho most prom
inent lailway lines In this section, to
gether with seve-ral of the big Hastern
lines, will be seived with papeis of nr
rest and also a prominent Wisconsin firm
of maltsters. Among tho railroads Impli
cated aro the Chicago, .Milwaukee As St,
rain nun ino i.igtp, joiit'i ,v t eastern.
Tho cotnplaliit Is conspiracy fur tho pur
pose of fiatid. It Is chained that tho roads
Implicated h.avu been ablo to reap a bl-?
udvaiitagn by means of miking false
weights and false u. tuuis, Cats of grain
containing say -heHM pounds of malt would
be shipped as J,000 and so on. Some of
tho lamer firms, tlndlng themselves under
sold lu tho llastern markets secured de
tectives and begin a s)temc Investiga
tion, which icatilted In the discovery
that the discrimination was tho result of
conspiracy between tho siilppeis and thu
railway companies by means of falsa
Street Riiilnii) (oiupiii) Iti iirguiili il.
New Votk. Juno C Jlcssrs. Prederlck Ol
cott, Arnold Hiirous. William N. CioiiiUfll
and Chailes W We-imoio were to-dui up.
pointed a committee to leorguuizo tho Mll
vvaukeo Stieet Railway Company under .in
ngieemciit and plan already assented to by
holders of a large majoiltv of all tho se
curities of thu company. Tho reorganiza
tion plan piovldts that u new company
shall be otgaiiUcd which shall Issue tlio
tallow Ing becmites: J7.Ucici,0cii Hist consoli
dated 5 per cent llrst moitgago bonds, and
7,ucjO,0iiO cupllul stock, of which JSStW.uiW
shall bo 5 per tent meferred block ami
JJ.WO.OOO common stock. The mortgage Is
to cover nil properties of tho Milwaukee
Street Hallway Company except somo leal
estate not used by tho company, tho pui
ceeds of which, after bale, to bo used for
betterments und liiipiovemenls.
I'upt tin CHI)' llruvu Ai t.
Washington, Juno C The war depart
ment has gianted a medal of honor to
Captain Clinton A. Cllly, of the Second
Minnesota volunteer Infantry, now a res!
dent of lllckor), N. C. On September 20.
1863. on the Held t Chlekamauga, Captain
Cllly savv a regiment not his own leaving
the line of ha'tle. He dashed after it,
seized the colors and rode back into the
battle, followed b) the regiment, which
from, that time on did effective service.
MADE IT EMPHATIC.
I'll Alt 1 i:lt AMISDMIl.MH CAItltV ItV
IT WAS ALMOST UNANIMOUS,
i, lis than rivi: iii'.siiu:i Minis
CASt' AllALSst -1 Hi: HON IIS
GRAND VICTORY FOR THE CITY,
A RIDIARKAIILV t.Altlli: Mini I'OI.I.LD
I OR A spi.ot.VI, IM.IXI ION,
Over 'I we lv l bout mil ttitltols Cul Out of
u Re gMr.itlon of About 'I we-ul)two
'thciiis tuill ho Vote (liven
by I'ri i bit tt.
Pleven thousand lojnl cltlrens of Kan
sas City declined In favor ot municipal
ownership of t)ie water works at tho spo
ol il election j midday, less than 8( were
found In the whole city who deel ired In
favor of tho lonttntianee of the ltlgn of
the. company which has held the people
by tho throat and poeki t for twenty )ears.
Neatly tho samu tiumbei dccl.it ed that this
city shall have an adequate s.vstem ot
frco nubile narks and boulevards. Mos.
backlsm iccclved a body blow from which
It will never recover hi this city. Tho
people, by an overwhelming innjotlty, have
tecorde-d themselves on the side of en
lightenment, ptogrcss and humanity; hnvo
said that tho court's dcetee must beobe)ed
and tho company warned off of the prem
ises and give wny to the agents of the
city; havo n linked tho selllslt landowner
who wanted lo get licit without cost to
himself nnd havo said that there shall be
breathing spots In this fair city for those
who cannot afford tho liixuiy of wateilug
n sill t visits.
Nearly C3 per cent ot the (otal leglsiered
voto of tho city was rust, a phenomenal
voto for a special election, lu wlilih thero
was no element of paitlsnn politics. Out
of a total registration of about 2.'.ci) over
J,VU4 voters did their ilutv nnd expressnl
their wishes In tho constitutional manner.
Tho result Is surprising only because ot the
degrco of intetest dlspl.ijed bv tho ptoplo;
tho success of nil of the amendments was
eel lain fiom the btglunlng of the cam
paign of education, which seems to havo
educated a much largci piopoitlou of the
people than could have been expected.
The icsult Is Impiesslve, and significant
of much more than tlio mere Incorporation
of these three pioposltluns Into the or
ganic I iw of tho city. It is a u buke to the
libelous methods emplii)eil by the enemies
of the people lu deer) lug thu llunuclul
nblllty of the city to meet all Its obllga
tons; a lebuko to tho slanders sc.atteiecl
abtnad and ut home, for ttie Hellish pur
poso of letalulng Its gtasp on the tluoals
of the people, it Is a it buke to the tilti.i
conseivatlve nnd a notice to the whole
wot Id thnt Kansas Clt) It. is awake ned and
Is once mnie lu tho tiout tank, and pto
'oses to I em tin theie for all tlun.
The result Is a magnlilienl vlttor) for
the ptogtesslvo element of the people, so
gte.it that Its Important e was not u illeel
last night and will not come close to the
minds of those who wished for this vety
tesult for some time jet. That ll,r,57 voters
should ratify tho action ot tho committee
chosen to sell the water wotks bonds and
the action of the council In asking thu
people to sanction their Issue, Is the (list
surpilse. The next Is that 1st voteis were
found lo vote the oilier way. Then It was
a most giatlf)lng surpilse that 10,-u vote rs
want parks against only l.TS'i. It was a
giatlf)lng Miiptlse thnt over am -half of
the total vote ot tho city eared enough
for the questions involved and tlio fair
fame of tlio city to icgister themselves on
ono side or the other. Plnnlly It was a
h ippy and slgiilllcnnt fact that not ono
ward of the ten failed In Its full tint). All
but one can led tho three amendments by
a votu of close to nine to one. The Plfth
w aid kept up this ratio on tlio bonds, but
DO YOU COMPREHEND
What It Is to buy goods at exactly
half price at So cents on the dol
larat a price tu below what wo
paid for the goods-'
If not come lu and see these high
gradu goods ask the pilces and jnu
will he astonished.
Hut If jnu liuj, you must do so
qtilikl), for In a few dajs all will bo
sold lu bulk nnd then this gland op
portunity Is over.
Km CARDS PROM PLATC, We
Km CARDS AND PLATP, 73c
J-.1 Diimouil Ring J ilM
$l.'"i Diamond and Ruby Ring., cj wt
$7", Diamond Stud 17 BO
SIM Di inioud lliacc-le-t i.Mi ui
$JS0 Vase 121
$15 Lamp 7.-0
1 Turquulsu and Pearl Ring., ilia
SI Pearl Stick Pin -'im
,s Cum ui
J I vail l'ln llto
M'.i.' Pe.itl and Pmerald Pin.,., li (m
$7 Silk Pmbiellt a 50
ill Matblo llust 2-' f.n
$." Cigar llox j.'ji
SI Gold Pen and Holder , 1 1)
S0 llll) Clock .'. l
Ss Cake Ilasket , I mi
JI1 Carving Set. cased ,,,,,,,,, 7 ;u
75a Silver Tio Clasp ,,,, . ,s
Trto Silver Links ,.,, r,
il Silver Links M
SIM Shirt S, is ,, 7-,
Jin silver Watciies ,,,.,., im
$i Gold Wntches ,,,,., l.'W
u) Gold W.iti lies , , Join
SI.'5 Gold Watch, extra , , 1.1 ',1
$.0 Tea Set ,.., Hum
$S Set Dessert Spoons .,.,,,.,, 1 rm
JIM Set Dessert Spiions 2 -,
ti Set Porks ,,, -i)
$10 lee Pltiher , r.ii
Jlrt Pearl Opera Glass , :, 110
Jt.SO Onera Glass Stick L'i
5.1 i-iiina ciocii
J3i China Clock
greatly cut pilces. Send for samples,
. yL Jr
R. W. HQCKER, Trustee.
SALH OP lUlMAINDRR OF
Jaccard Watch & Jewelry Co, 's Stock
Sales lu the usual rourso of busi
ness will coutlnuo until 1 o'cloi k 11.
m., on Saturday, June 15, ISJj. At
that hour all that then remains of
this stock and property must and
will, under the terms of tho deed
of trust, be told lu bulk at
IU HLIC AUCTION
for cash In hand. For further in
formation apply to the trustee at
R. .W, iiOCIiER. TrusUa.
t urr I only about three fourth of the
1 1 il for Ho parks.
The r iilt In the Ninth, where great op
pisliloii to the leading amendment was
xpicted, ptoved espnlallv sntl'fnctors
l'his proved to be thr bnntirr win! lu the
liv. It cast 2,9s1 votes Tor bohds with but
i' on the othrr side, 2.1 jo for park nb 1
- against, nnd 2,1st for lower license lo
2S7 against. The vote of the other ward
are as follow first ward, for bonds Xi
against bonds 1,1 for parks 311, Rgrtlnst W
Tor license MO, ngnlnst IP, Second war!
for bond 237, ngnlnst U, for pnrks J-".
ngnlntl 27; for lhense 221, against St, ThHd
ward, for bonds, 1,13.1, against 2S, for parks
l.nsr.. against Hi, fot lltensr, i,6i, against
"c, I'ourtli ward, for bonds, l.wl, against
(Ti, ror park :H7, ngnltiiii 2IU. for license If I,
nmilhst 17s, Plfth ward, Tor bond i.
iiKillnt S7, for park Ml, against 2fi3. Tor
lb ease 6t3, HHain! 1', Sixth ward, for
bonds 71!', against Is, Tor patks, ST'J, ngnliist
IV, fot license K ngaltist IW. Stvetith
ward, for bond I.CTo, against is. for park
1,11, tgiiliist hi, ror license l.Ml, nBnltit
l.Vi; IllKhth ivard. for bond" 1,MV. ngnlnst
11, for pntks l,WS, ngaltisl 2lt., for license
t.O, against Pi", Tenth ward, for bond,
i.ns. against .It, for park 1.3IS. ngnlnst US;
lor license 1,321, against IP
Prom this It will be fcen that rverv ward
In the cltv gave eat h of the amendments
an overwhelming mnjorlt). testifvltig the
appreciation of Its people ot the efforts of
the ell) olllce rs to provide 11 good water
stippl.v at the least possible cost and the
pollc) of the park board In waiting before
attempting lo acquire expensive tracts of
laud for park purpose until the people
had put it in It power lo do this without
a burden on the taxpajer The mnlorltlc-s
nre as follows, In a vote of 12,07'': lor the
bonds 11, P!, for th pinks, t',r.07 nnd for
llcense I'.cir, The following Is thr grand
total of the vote for and again; each of
the thu e nine ndtnents: Por bonds ll,rS,,
agalnt bonds 1M, for park and botilevaids
10,2113. ngnlnst l."vi,; ror the license amend
ment ln,f, against 1,12
The following Is a table of the vole by
Homls. Park. License.
es. No. Yes. Nu. Yes. No.
Piist Ward . .
Precinct 1.. .. 103 '. 11 P7 1J
Precinct .'.. .. '" 1 ' " ' !
Picclni t ,1.. .. 77 .! 70 in 71 ,
Pteclnct I.. .. 110 1 91 2d 101 12
Pieclnct "-.. .. rt 7') 10 7''. 11
Precinct 1!.. .. u 0 im ." i" 1
Pieclnct 7.. .. k!f M 1-' W 11
Pieclncl S.. .. 211 I'. 2fH 12 22rt 22
Prcelnct ' 1M. .. 170 11 17.1 10
I'rtclnct l. .. US 0 IV! 0 1M 10
Precinct 11. .. 71 0 id s is 1
Precinct 1.'. .. 2n t 1S 2". I'd 21
Precinct 1.1. .. 1'! r ivt '' 172 D
Pu-clnct il .. lo J 72 5 71 t
1 '11111 Hi Ward
Precinct r, .. lis f. -, p; i 11
Precinct 10. .. 1M II ll'i II I'd '.
Precinct 17. .. 2l'i 10 1'U 1''7 Xi
I'leclnct IS. .. 121 ii '.'i 21 10.", P.
Pieclin t l'l. .. 17! !' 1H0 27 l"7 20
Pieclnct '.0. .. no 17 !'7 fit 112 3s
Pieclnct 21. . i;y 10 jjj 20 r.s 2J
Pieclnct 22. .. 27! II 111 110 210 s
Ptecltnt 23. .. 2VS 31 1st 112 217 72
Pieclnct 21. . 177 0 1J2 .15 lu" 25
Precinct 25 .. IV, 11 I'M ."0 170 10
Pieclin t 20. .. 107 11 12s 11 110 n;
Pieclnct 27. .. It" 7 l,'t Is Km IS
Pieclnct 2S. .. US ! !'s .'." li' 20
Pieclnct 20 .. 110 & 122 2u 125 ID
Pieclnct '.A. .. 2-12 15 2s1 30 27s 33
Pieeinct 11. .. lu! 5 152 10 11s 13
Pieclnct 32 .. 221 1" 210 11 215 10
Pieclnct 3.1. .. :".s II :'u7 31 2U 12
Pieclnct 31. ..17! s 157 25 11 0 il
Pieclnct 35. .. 2s.i 10 272 25 27! 20
PriH-lnct Mi .. 20J J 'M) 12 IW II
Precinct 17. .. 3.57 S 333 2s 327 20
Precinct 3s. .. 22s 7 1'is 37 21.5 20
Precinct ,U. .. ls'i 3 171 is I7i, 15
Precinct 1 1. .. 2"7 f. 10 3t I'M 17
Pieclnct II. .. 17'' .s 101 2.! ir,', 21
Precinct 42. .. 211 I 1!) 20 17S TO
Precinct II .. Ill .5 HI 11 120 IS
Precinct II. .. IMJ r, 152 IS 152 17
Precinct 45. .. 1M 0 11! 21 113 19
Ninth Ward - .
Prcelnct 10. .. ICO 0 152 21 1" 10
Precinct 17. .. 1"0 3 121 Is 120 17
Pieclnet IS. .. 1.51 7 121 I! 130 3.!
Pieeinct P. .. in I 1 S5 27 'M 11
Pieclnct i5u. .. I'll 2 117 is 120 15
Pieclnct r.l. .. 201 !' 1SS 12 ISO .11
Pieeinct 52. .. 217 a Pn! 2.5 iris J I
Pu 1 llict M. .. 3'V! !' 205 51 2l 2S
Pieeinct r.l. .. 115 5 I'd 25 IJ .'11
Pieclnct Ii5 .. 3, 11 IKl W) ;s! :1
Pieclnct TO. .. It.s I 111 P0 151 IS
Prcelnct r.7. .. 211 9 22S 19 210 35
Pieclnct .VS. .. 100 r. Ill 25 155 10
Pre. InctM .. "M ' 2JI It 2'm It
Pieclnct ti). .. 272 I 211 2i, 250 .7
Pieclnct 1.1 .. 210 5 191 21 IV, :,
Pieclnct 02 .. 22.! 7 21! l'i 2n7 2
Prcelnct i-l. .. 22S S 21! 23 215 IS
DEATH IN THE BLACK FOREST.
A Cloudburst lu Ibll It, gloa Cans, s
the, Loss o( Mall) 1 Ivr and lluili De
struction of I'ropertJ
Stuttgart, June fi There was a tremen
dous cloudburst jtsteidij evening over the
Wurtembuig portion of the lll.uk fon st
dlstilit, causing considerable destruction
of piopert). Tile downfall of w iter consul
the river Hjaili 10 rise, and mill) houses
nt Ilallngeu, I'romniein, Dinwangtn and
Linnf wire swept away. Mnny person
are missing and It Is feired they vvcie
dtowneil In the Hood. Ten persons weie
ilrowned at Itallngen, sevin wtre killed at
Pronimitn and nine persons ate missing in
iiildltiou from thu last turned plaio. At
Lauut ten persons were killed.
111: i'iii.isiii:n di 1- a mti 1 1s11p.it.
Il1111e.nl 11. Iliiirisoii ctvc an I'uglbiliiii in
a lltscive-cl 'I hra-dilng,
London, June 0 The pisst tigers of the
Pails, who have arrives! h. re from South
ampton are talking of a low vvliuli took
place lieUMin I'uucaii II. Harrison and a
big Hiitishcr named YVoodwaul on the
tilth night out fiom New York. Wood
waul, it appears, im-iilted Pauline Hall,
ami vv lu 11 llaul.-un u monstrated Wood
Maul abused him and Americans g, nei
all). Tin ri upon Harrison sttuck Wood
ward in the tace and the I.attei appealed
to Captain Watklns to have the actor put
In lions. The captain, however, declined,
m:vv mi.ssihuu eiiti'ou.vi 111S.S.
I'urllllcateit tiraiiled several Cone ems b)
tlm ,st e re till) of state.
Jefferson City, Mo , Juno fi. (Special )
Cerllllcalt s of lncoiporatlou vvero granted
by the heeieltity nt state to-d iy as fol
lows: Tlio Aineilenn lteglster Company, ot
St. Louis; capital stock, 50,1100 M. K
(ioct. brewei), of St Joseph; capital
stock, $I50,W0 ParrtMi Prkkion Haul
waie Cotupaii). of St. Joseph, capital,
$lO,um). The- St Louis Pants .Manufactiii
Ing Company, of St Louis llled a state
ment of dec tease of capital stock fiom
JCJ.COO to $IO,iV).
HATCH HI" M:V IvANstS LlUMlltS.
Twrntj-foiir llciubrrx of the I'lilie rity
Law stimol Adiiilttiel lo Prattler,
Topeka, Juno C (Special ) Last evening
tw tut) -font members of tho class just
giaduated from tho law- department of the
state unlvemiy appeared betoro Chief
Justice Mattin and nini admitted to prac
tical in the supreme couit of tho state
Judge ilaitiu dtllvcrcl a fithetly address
to the jouiihsteis und bade them Cod
Chicago and Northwest rn.
Chicago, HI. June C Tho dltectors of
tho Chicago ,x- Noithwe stein to-d.ij ic.
duccd tlio iiliuual dividend nit common
stock to I pi i cent hut paid 7, the usual
amount 011 the pufeiuil, The action was
not expected, as Piisideut lltigltt hid de
clared no dividend would be paid unless it
was earned, and even with tlio pa)meiit of
a I tier cent dividend, the load has uu ui
pareut deficit for the )c.ir ol 237,W9.
The dlicctots eltttcil were: Marvin
Hughltt und N. K Palib.anks. of Chicago;
Oliver Ames, of ISojton, James Stlllinun,
of New York, and eiias Crane, of Daltou,
Mass. C)rus 11. Mil ormlck, of Chicago,
was elected for ono veer, to till the uncx
plied term of Percy It, Pjne, elcceascd.
Ai important 1 1 Hug.
New- York. Juno 6 The annual meeting
of tlio Southern It.Ulv.uy and Steamship
Association, which will be held lu this city
on Juno, 12, will be ono of the most im
portant In lti history, Tho chief work of
tlio session will be tho lrumlng of u new
agreement. It Is believed that the Sea
board All Hue will make application tor
admission to membership in tlio associa
tion, and there Is ulso a probability that
the Norfolk Western will also apply for
KaN C'ttr, Mo, Jun7, 111
7bMlttu tre loot Jot Hit ictA'Mr lo bt rooVr,'
Tie-i-ni mrf7 trnll7 Utnlnxtm, St; mtri
The grceitcst June Sale we
have ever had is now in full
swing here. For the past five
days we have been selling as
we have never sold before.
You, the public, seem to realize
thoroughly the magnificence
of the opportunities we are
offering you for economical
buying and are taking ad
vantage of them.
Advantageous purchases on
our part means exceptional op
portunities for you as we are
constantly working in your in
terest. It is our business to
To-morrow will be the last
day of this memorable 7 Days'
June Sale so if youv'c a
single purchase to make you'll
find it greatly to your interest
to come to the store to-day or
Sec our big advertisement
on the last page.
UMl-RY, IJIIilJ, THAYER & CO,,
THEY OUGHT TO BE HAPPY.
VlUs si, tine uml Vtr, Itiirdtn Married let
I t itov, Vlii-s., Amid VIiikiiIIIi 1 ut sur
roundings Millions In Umltli.
Lenox. Mass, June f. -Two of the rich
est families in Ann lb 1 win uinl. 1 10-day
nt noon win 11 In the leant it ut Trinity
c hutch Janus Abcrirombit Ituit.n Jr,
and Miss Plonnce Allele Slom. grand
daughter of W. II. Yaltdeibllt, w lc mar
ilcil. The most elaborate prepar itiotis had been
made lor the even! About 30" mi. -i- wero
nuclei the rate of Mr mil .Mis William
Douglas Slaane, who hail tak. 11 pm that
all bidden to tilt reremoii) i-houl I be en
tei tallied ontlrel) by the fntlnr an 1 mother
of the In Ide Mis. Aiiboii Phelps Sink s en
ter! lint d lull) eighty guests at lnr rejt
tb in e, -'Shadow-brook."
The cliunh was trimmed with vv'h e nnd
green, the colors of the- Por 1 111 in t'liib.
tilt most exclusive iirgauUat! in u llirvirt
unlvi-rsitj, of which Mr H111 1, 11 i- l
iiiembti. Tin ushers wete all in icbtrs of
the 1 lass of Wi at llaivard with th gro.ui
The bride's driss was by Woiih 01 bftivy
niln, Ivoiv toloieil, trlinim I with iw nt
I ice, tin veil of vcr) rate old 1 1 (astern I
with a hum It of orange blo-c-om
The servli'- was le-ad b) th It, Hr.
William (liovt-iinr ret lor of Ttinliv hur h,
and the bbsing w given b) th, Jt.v Dr.
John II ill, of N- w Y01I:
Dltecll) after tin- eerenioii), ti ips wero
In icuditiiss to cotivt) the gin s to lllm
couit. tlm Lenox iiiiiiiir) pi 1 uf tho
Slo.ines, will. Ii cumprHes J,0ej a r s tnd is,
couMilcu-d to be one id th, most valuable
estates In the t ishlonable tolonv of Lttiox,
Theie the wedding bn ikfist w is siived.
Put tin tntasiuu the piepiiaii.us h id
been uiHin ,1 M-ul, ot in muiii. in. 1 mora
Ulan legal, Invulvtiih, It i- ,-tiniited in
i-Xpelldltllie of abeillt Jl.OOO.UKI Th, Cm.
lis, one of the Ingest holt Is lu Lenox,
was engaged lor the ixilusivi us f wed
ding Mit sts lor till t ,. ijavs A sii tal train
conve)ti ginsts ticim New v ork to Lenox;
and will rem tin tin te em 1 It tho art read'
to letllltl. The Item of t-spi'lls, ful tl.lllh
portlug 1--0 bioiighams to Li nox for tho
use ol (tin His Is estimatiil at 7 2u0 Tim
pllhtllth Wile ulOBtl) lu the ftitit of 1ew
e It-, and a iint native , btlinu.- bus place I
the value- 01 the fltts at JTcjci.iiio
.Miss tsloau'h tiosbiau is hiuiplv a rev
elation. There Is eVe-ivthing in It that ever
was thought of lu tonne ctitiu with a tro-.-Man.
It cost, luiliidlng the pi .ul trim
mings, about 4IO0ii The evening drcsje s
of stiaw eulored i-1 tin tt imiue t nt tho
bottom of lb, skin with lull, b .rdereil
with satin, foi tiling mu.iI! buttt lb bows
Vety e leiu together. The body is avercd
with tulle, edgid with satin and ti mimed
before and behind with two tull lira es,
t mbiuidt led with libit k sp.eugh an I (Do
tal pc.ule.. On the. rlglit shoiilLr Is a
bunch of las,..:! of v.uiuut. shades Th.e
hack p.ut nl the skill is cow ret w th
straw color, d tulle, mt at luterv il with
siraw inland satin on th,. cross Then
there Is a dr.ss tor 1 garden patty This
cireits is of whito tii'tii -, with brot tided pat
tern of giei 11 and bl n k khIiijt tlio effect
of a iiompadoui iiuuerlal. The skirt Is
plain, Tho bo I) i- in time plilts behind,
lu tiout oik Iiiui malt in the iiutl.il,
showing a short tnlYeta lloutice, aceouleoii
plalied on cicli vide The slteves aiu of
tin sllm tuitcti, plaited, cut III the mldtl!)
h) a duilble 1 ut of at . ordeou talfeta,
plaited. Auolbti object of luti rest l.s .1
small 1 ipo of ci 1 pon, not earning below the
waist It Is of lavtiiiLi iiepou, lu a point
befoui und behind, forming latgo and wldo
godtts over the shoulders It is trimmed all
round w-lh a small ruche of that talfeta,
lu fiont it forms a sort of dr.in.-d shawl,
stopping at the wulu, where it s coniltieet
h) a l.iigi atln bow, The netk Is tilmniel
Willi shot talfeta, with a large white satin
The bride has two uncles wortli fso.ooo,.
000 each and a halt a cloven woilh JJo.000.
000 e ich and her mother Is also worth
Tho bildo Is. tho second of tho grand
childieu of the late W. II. Vaudeibllt to
vw.L She Is the daughtei ot William 1).
Slouie". who mauled a daughter of tho lato
miilliuillliijualrc, ami he is himself wortli
millions, mad" from draperies and nus.
Shu is an expert with the whip, a lititj
archer, uud a devotee of all outdoor sports.
She much resembles her mother. She Is a.
slip of a girl, with soft, wavy hair, genei
ousl) touched with gold: sweet, honest
ejes, between blue and graj and a creamj
white complexion. She Is tall and grace
ful and 20 jears old.
The groom Is rich by Inheritance, and has
a maEnilicent home on tho Hudson, near
the Iron works, which hf4v uih Oi Bur