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VOLUME XXXV III, NO. II.
KANSAS CITY, JUNE 20, 1805.
JM.IOIO TWO OKNTS.
We have 'em cheap.
Louis XIV. Laces,
Point de Sprit,
Fish Net, Caledo
nia Net, Swiss
Edge La Toska,
Silk and Cotton
Derby, Silk Da
mask and many
Furniture & Carpet Co.,
ISIS TO 1S24 MAIN".
Discount Sale of Alt Benjamin &
Go.'s Tailor-Made Suits at
1118 MAIN STREET.
POPULISTS AND JUDGE MARTIN.
They rrofess In llo In I'm or of HI Ite
Llcctlon, but Perhaps 'llioj'ro ot.
Topekn, Kas., Juno 23. (Special.) John
Breldenthal.chalnnan of tho Populist stale
central tommlttce, lias sent out a letter to
other members of the committee, asking
them to agree upon u dnto for meeting.
The purpose of the committee meeting Is
to airlvo nt some undei standing on the
question of running a candidate for chief
justice this fall. Most of tho Populist lend
11 s say they ore not In favor of 1 mining
Chief Justice Martin for re-election, but
this opinion may change If the Hepubllcans
hold their convention first and nominate
Judge Martin as tho party candidate. On
the other hand, some of the leading Ko
publlc.ms ate .becoming alarmed lest the
Populists meet llrst nnd nominate Judge
Martin, thus stealing away a good deal of
the prestige of naming the successful can
didate:. The Ilcpiibllcnn atate central ram.
mlttc-e Is being urged to get together at
onto and antlUpite the Populists They
assert that Judge Mai tin should be
launched as the Itcpubllcan nominee, nnd
then, It other parties wish to indorse him.
veil nnd good. Theie Is a well grounded
suspicion that much nf tho boasted Popu
list friendship for Judge Maitln glows out
of an Indisposition on the pait of the man
agers to snow their weakness In a cam
paign this summer It is proli iblo tint the
llepubllcnn central committee will be
called together at an earl uate. now that
tho Populists have commenced to move.
A HIIMAI. THOU Jill. SHODDY.
guys Ho I Not a Candidate for .ludgo In
tho Mxth nutria,
Topekn, Kas , June 21 (Special.) Tho
Journal of Mondny morning contained
the statement that Hon. J. 13. Snoddy, of
Plensanton, would become a candidate for
Judge of tho Slth Judicial district at this
full's election. Tho Information came to
tho coircspoudent from Stato Auditor Cole,
secietary of tho SKth district committee,
and he In turn received It ftom Judge
West, who now presides oer the district.
Mr. Snoddy, however, denies Mint ho Is a
candidate, us tho following letter will
"Pleasanton, has., June ;, 3S33.
"Topeka Coi respondent Kansas City Jour
nal. "1 notice In to-daj'a Journal a tele
giaphlc statement that James Snoddy Is
an 'announced candidate for Judge of tho
Sixth Judicial district." I'loaso correct tho
mistake, jou hao made If you refer to
me. The statement, so far as I am con
cerned, Is wholly talso nnd i am a great
loss to Imagine why you should tend ouch
a report. Very icspeetiully,
"JAMHrf D. SNODDY."
Wheat In Morgan County,
Versailles, Mo , June 23. (Special.) The
wheat crop of -Morgan county is almost all
harvested. The acreage is considerably
smaller than that of last year, ami tho
leld, owing to the action of tho chinch
bug, is below the average. It Is estimated
that the leld will not be above lu bush
els per acre.
Shelton, Neb., June 25. During a heavy
thunder storm yesterday Kia.nk Kilkenny
was killed by lightning and his two sis
teis dangerously Injured, When tho storm
commenced they got Into the wugon to
go home, when tho bolt descended, killing
the boy and both horses and so severely
shocking the girls that they were rendered
unconscious for some time.
ELEVENTH AND MAIN STS.
A PRINCE ANDPRINCESS WED,
lltihp nf Ao.ln nnd llclcno of Orleimn
Married With Orent splendor In
London, June Si Prince Hminuet rilll
bert, duke cf Aosta, nephew of King Hum
In rt of I'alj was married to-dny nt the
church of S Kaphael, Kingston on
Yhnm , to the Princess Helena of Or
leuis, pt onl daughter of the Countess of
Paris nml S.st. r of the Duke of Orleans.
The route from Kingston rnltwny station
to the ihimh wis spanned by triumphant
nhliu, made dnssMIng with color by a
mill t hide of Trench nnd Italian Hags and
rrlgns nnd by escutcheons representing
the arms of Pivoy nnd of the houe of Or
leans. Hnthuslaslle misses of people lined
the streets of Kingston and cheered the
arrivals most iKartllj.
The Interior of the church was made
beautiful with nrllstie Moral decorations,
soft' ned bj the Judicious use of pilms,
fens nnd otlu r plnnts contrasting wllh
the colors of the ladles' toilet nnd with
tho imirorms of the nillllnry gitcsls.
In front of the altar weio two gold chairs
upholstered wllh red velvet for tho uc
of the bride nnd bridegroom, nnd on either
side of them were similar gilt chairs for
the Witn. sscs of tin tnirrlige cercmonv.
'the fnmllj pews, draped with red velvet,
trimmed wllh gold, were reserved for the
members of the Orleans family nnd for tho
relatives of the Dulte of Aosta.
The Duke of Aostn, In the uniform of his
regiment (he Is cohmtl of the rifth regi
ment of Italian at tiller), and wearing the
order of the lllnck Lagle, entered the
Church nt 10 "0 o'clock nml oh nn It lintula
(orllnlly with the Duke of Orleans, nfter
will h he stated hlmfclf on tho gold chair
prepared for his ue.
The next nrrlvals were the Prince of
wales, the Duke nnd Duchess of rife, the
Duk" nn I Duchess of Sax-Cobu-g and
Golhn, nnd after them the Herman iimbis
sador, M. DcStnnl, the ltusslan ninha-sn-dor,
and other distinguished members of
the diplomatic corps. Then came the Prince
of Naples, the heir nppnrent to the throne
of Itnlv, Prince Tertlinand of Homnnln,
the Duke nnd Duchess of Connanght, the
Duke of Cambridge, the Grand Duke of
Sae-Woimnr Klcnnch, the Duke of Mont
pensier, and the Infnnta Mnrlo I.onlse of
Spain, and mnnv other members of the rov
nl families of Trance, Spain, Italy, Portu
gal and Ureat Britain.
Princess Helene of Orleans, occupvlng a
closed carriage with her mother, the wid
owed Countess of Pari", crossed Kingston
bridge nt a quarter of 11. Iioulnir nindestlv
to checm which rose from the masses of
people lining the route from the church
flats nnd handkerchiefs, pir.isols and
sticks wore waved enthusiastically In the
air and the princess was vlslblv affected.
This enthusiasm continued until the prin
cess entered the lltt'e old church of St.
Iinphael, In which her parents were mar
ried In .May, 1MI Tho Duko of Chnrtre.
uncle of the bride, awaited the coming of
tho bride at tho church door and conducted
her to the vacant gold ch.alr on the left of
the bildegroom, all present rising to re
ceive tho princess. The Countess of Paris
followed the bride to the altar.
As soon as the bride was at the altar the
service commenced, both bride nnd bride
groom making the responses In Kngllsh, In
At the conclusion of the marringo cerc
monv. Vtlllph emit- Itsfpil Iptl mliinrna Mm
Duke and Duchess Ao-th entered the sacris-
ty, louoweu nj the Prince of wales and
the Pilnce of Naples. There tho books
were signed nnd tho formalities weie com
pleted. The wedding dress of the bride was a
sumptuous creation of white brocade shot
with palo lose pink. It was brocaded all
over with llowers of gold nnd silver nnd
was draped with old Italian lace, the gift
of relatives of the brldegioom. The bridal
veil was of Chmtllly lace about fourtei n
feet long, and having a border with a lloral
pittein diminishing In Its el ibontlon as
it leacneu the head, springing fiom tho
train were two branches, forming In the
middle a medallion enclosing tho crest of
the bride, surmounted by the cross of Sa
voy and tho aims of the royal tamlly of
Trance, with the lleur do lys above the
two escutcheons and tho crown of the
Princess of Savoy.
Among the piesents were a magnificent
sot of peai Is and dlimonds-nnd an emerald
and diamond necklace, the gifts of the
bildegroom; a diamond necklace from ex
CJueen Isabella; pe.uls nnd diamonds from
the Duchess of Montpetisltr; diamonds,
pearls and rubles from the Prime nnd
Prlnces of Wales nnd their fimllv; rich
Jewels from the king and queen of Italy,
and presents fiom Queen Victoria
JViinmielo Tlllberto, Duko of Aosta, and
nop hew of King Humbert, was born In
Genoa Januaiy 11, 1M.1 His fathc r was the
lite Duke Amadeo of Aot i, e-klng of
Spiln, and his mother was the duke's llrst
wife, Piincpss Maria del Poz.o della Cls
tern.i. He is one of the wealthiest oung
men of Italy, having Inherit! d from his
mother, who was one of the famous house
of Mei idi , an Immi use fortune
The brl le Piincess lleline Is the second
daughtu of the late Count of Paris and sis
ter to tho queen nf Purtugal She Is two
cars lur husband's Junior She was born
it Twickenham sliortlj before the Urletns
family returned to Tianee After having
spent 1lf.se n sears In Tianee she returned
to Kngland with her intents during their
second elle Like her sister, the queen of
Portugal, she is v. rj tall mil beautiful,
and Is said to be as Intellectual as she is
good looking, bile has a foituno of about
JjO.CKW a year.
YOUM1 JJAITI-,!-. AT MIIIALIA.
Jinny Delegate I'rcti nl at Mm Contention
In 'lh it I U.i.
Sodalla, Mo., Juno 21 (Spec! ll ) Two
hundred delegates are In attendance upon
the fouitli annual convention of tho llnptlht
Young People's" Union of Missouri, In this
clt. Itev. Dr. J. It. firetnc, president of
William Jovwll eolhge, puaihed tho an
nual net mou last night to an limm-uso eon
giegntlon Tills morning's session was
opened b devotional seniles coudtictenl b
llev. T. t Call. ton, of Mater, uf ti r whleli
Uev J. II Puller welcomed the deligaus
to tho city. The response was made by
Itev. J. II Mm pliy, of Slant The annual
report of the boaid of mauageis, rend bj
Itev. W. V. llairls, of Haiilsonvllle. was
encouraging und showed a stead grim til
of the union. J. !' Stewait, of Kansas
Clt, closed tho foienoou si sslon with u
piper on "The Piactluil Henellt of Asso
clatlonal or City Unions " The utternoon
progrimuiu lucludid dovntlonal cxcicUis
at t 0 and numerous pipers.
This evening the devotional exercises at
7M1 w.re led bv Itev. Alpha Initio ,of Knu
City. followed by "Tim Church nnd Young
Min1' b Dr T 1J, Vossar, Kansas Cllv ,
"Elements of True buceesg," He D. T
Denman, of Htnnlbil, "How to Iiucomo
Ulllehnt Personal WoT'crs," Itev. Will
iam Shelton, l'ulton.
Pure baking ,owdc s are one of the chief
aids to thu cook In li.-cparlng perfect and
wholesome food While thosei are to li
obtained of well established leputntlon,
like tho Itosal of whoso purity tfie-io has
never been a, stlon, it Is proper to avoid
'lu rollii'iiun Cnlllilril.
St, Joseph. Mo, June 23 (Special) To.
lice Seigeaut Neen m and Pntiolman Kelly
wuro playing in a lliomea's ball team es
terdny, and In running ioi a lly tho olll
cers collided. At Hist It v.as thought their
Injiules were slight, but to-night both men
are in a niecaiious condition. Xeenan's
skull Is belle-ved to have been fractured
and Kelly (s Injured Internally.
Our Entire Stock of
IT IS RATHER MIXED.
ntiTii mr. ci.Atit AnvAN'iMtn: in
1 Hi: KI.MITKY tO.WI.NflON.
BECKNER TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN
THIS IS lll.t.tl As A VICTOIIV FU
HIT. Sit, vr.it .mi:n.
THE FIGHT IS HOT AND BITTER,
riiinii: wtt.ii nr. hid .mlnoiiiiy
Itlll'OltlS (I.V Itl.stll.ltllO.NS,
I he .Majority Iteport Will 1'iivnr the (Intd-
bug Polity and Indorse Clpv.litiid
nml t'nrll.lr I'rre Coinage Ad-
voiats Mill .Mako a
T3Ulsvllle, Ky., June 21 The administra
tion nnd Stcrctnry Carlisle were ccrtalnlj
favorites In the Democratic stale conven
tion hero to-dny. The sllverltes went Into
the district meetings In ihe morning and
Into the convention nt roon with conll
dence. In the district meetings they were
be iten two to one. The clnlm four out
of the eleven district members of the com
mittee on resolutions, but tho administra
tion men claim that tho committee stood
eight to thteo orlglnnlly ngalnst free silver,
and, ns completed, nine to four. The rom
plexlon of this committee could not hnv
beli clmnged by the appointment of both
membcrs-.tt-lnrge from the sllverltes. Hut
when Judge W SI. Ileckner, as
temporary chairman, divided the mem.
bcrs-.at-large, giving one of the two
to each side, tho i liver men felt
that they had been outclassed, nlthouch
they would not confess to being outnum
bered, The claimed a victory In the elec
tion of Hecknor over Stone, but nfter tho
former divided the nppolntmcnts equally
on all the committees nnd nnnounced
his conservative views, no claims were
mule on him. Stone would have nppnlnted
only "sound mono" men on the commit
tees. Judge Heckner Is a "sound money"
man, but favored General Hardin far gov
ernor. Although General Hardin favors
free coinage ho h is been suppoi ted
throughout by many who Insist on a sound
money platform for him The silver men
on tho committee on resolutions are;
Tlrst district Augustus Coulter.
Second dlstilct W. T. Kills.
Thlid district John S Ithea.
At large I. D. Clnrdy.
The gold men on the committee are:
Tonrth district H D. Walker
l'ifth district-. M. Atherton.
Sixth district R. A Tlllston
Seventh dlstilct Aithur Ytngcr.
Kighth district Jnnie'S It McCreary.
Ninth district John T Ha igcr.
Tenth district John P Silver.
Hleventh district It. "W Jackson.
At large Senator William Lindsay.
Itlni khnrii Dp-Fcited,
The featmc of the day was the defeat
In his home dlstilct of Senator J S C
Illackburn for member of the committee on
resolutions b Professor Aithur Yeager, a
mnu of ptonoiincoil gold nt.mil.ml views,
but who has devoted his time to college
woik and not to politics.
Senator Illm kliurn nsplrod to the chair
manship of this committee and expected to
have a majority of the membtis with him
for free coinage and agiiust Clevclmd
and Carlisle. When Iliac kburn v is de
toated In the Sevmth district It was ascer
tain) d that the Haidln men did not want
to he embarrassed by his appointment as
one of the membi is-at-I.irge, and then Mr
W. T. Hills, of the Second dlstl Ii t, olfeted
Senator jIackburn his pro. Objections
were raised in the convention on tho an
nouncement of HI u klmrn's name for the
committee fiom tin Second district, nnd
no turthcr etlort.-. in that direction weie
Senator Illackburn did not meet with the
committee on resolutions The use of his
name by pioj foi the Second district was
without his knowledge or consent. Ills
friends thought he should be on the com
mittee, and espcelill aftei the appoint
ment of his colleague, henntor Llndsiv.
nnd the election of ills oppom ut, James II.
McCicar, but Iliac kliurn did not want to
serve on the eominltuo nfter his defeat In
his old district and .specially after it was
known that ho would be In such a small
'Ihe Convention Metis.
Ah soon as the district meetings wero
over the delegates llockeel to .Music hall,
which was picked long befoit 1' o'clock
Promptly at noon the Dtmoeiatic state
convention was called to oidei by Chair
man Cauoll, when Itev. Cliarlts M. Hemp
hill, ol the I'liat lr sli ti it in church,
Louisville, offend pr.i) el I'lmlimauJ D
Cauoll, of tho stato committee, spoke at
length on the piellmluai canvass ol the
convention, Ihe new Issues, the lesult of the
last edition, and tho piuspccts of tho
The election of a tempoiaiy chairman
was announced as tho Hist tiling in older,
when Mime time was consume el In dealing
tile aislts of luiiiideis so the clelegitcs
could bo seateel. Tho names of e-Con-giessman
W. J Stono und Judge W. N
lJccklic-r weio pieaelitcel for lempoiaty
chaiiman. when tho mil uf 11U counties wus
called Tho lull call had not iirocee elect
fin when Chalimuu Carroll iiilee that in
htiucllonH weiio miitteis tor delegates to
settle with their loiistltueuts, ami that the
votes would be counted as announced by
thu chaiiman of each county delegation.
lie i l.ui r l.lce nil Lh ilrnmii.
The i oil call proceeded with nil sorts of
points of order ami dilatory contusion for
over an hum, when the lesult was iin
nounceel nt 2 o'clock as iollovm: Heckner,
U'.. Stone, HO1.. Tho total vote was T'J,
but It was not nil tnst owing to contests
NVcessniy to choice, 110, Tho election of
Heckner as the tempoiaiy pieslellug ulllcet
was madu unanimous, nnd a committee
appointed to escoit him to tho chair.
As tho combination of Hnreliii for gov
ernor und thu sllverltes suppoi ltd lleck-
iici. tiiici eiio cuiiininaiioii ue uiav lor uov-
cmor und thu "sound money" nun sup
ported Stone, the lesult of tho selection of
temporal ihaliman was lecelvcel with
cheeis n.i a direct advantage tar tho silver
men, who hail been beaten during the fore
noon In tho dlstilct meeting
im assuming the chair Judge Heckner
delivered an eloquent address, nnd assured
all that he icpiesented no faction, unci
would iuIo with impuitlnllty. liu pleaded
for haimony. That put uf thu address
lelttlug to the lluaiiclal question was not
displeasing to the "sound moiie-" ami not
ultogethet satlsfoctoiy to tho fteo colnuge
Messrs. William Cromwell. J, K, Stono
nml J, IC. hebtader weio elected secretailes
when the congiesslon.il dlstllcts vvcro
called for members of the committee.
In appointing the membersj.at-lurge on
tho commute"!. Chairman Heckner divided
them tquall, On lesolutlous. Senator
William Lindsay, gold, ami J. D. Claiey,
silver, weie uppuintid. so that they do not
uitcct tho complexion of the committee.
At 2.30 p, in. tho convention took u recess
to S p. m.
'the evening Sestlon.
On reassembling at 8 p. in the boxes at
Muslo hall wero tilled with ladles In bril
liant dress ami the rush for the galleries
was even gienter than during the elay.
The heat mauc the hall almost unendura
ble. A resolution denouncing tho American
I-rotectlvu Association was offered and a
commotion caused bv efforts to adopt it
without ieferuce. The resolution wus de
feated. The committee on permanent organiza
tion reported CoiiBU-Eaman A. S. IJerry for
permanent ehalnniu. Mr. Herry made a
vigorous speech on taking the chair.
IV ultlng for tliu lEesolulloini.
Numerous dilatory motions were Indulged
in. thp CInv men wantlnir an adfourntiipnt
till tu-jnanuv.'. A ueiUitE JM sommlt,wej
on credential", nor the one on resolutions
wero ready to reixirt, this nilhitterliiK was
kept up for over two hour with much
disturbance. The committee on resolutions
was ready to report at :i p m, but de
livcd Its report, uw ailing the outcome of
the credentials, while lighting over eon
Inks nmong the delegates from Iuillsvllle
nnd Ni wort.
Senator Llnday prepare 1 the majority
report on resolutions which embrace a
strong "honest nionev" plank and Indorsed
Cleveland and Carlisle lv nime for their
llnnin mi policy and aelmIiillnitlon It
was Mimed bv nine of th. thirteen mem
bers of the committee. There were tvvd
minority reports, one signed by Ilht i nnd
Hills, for tin- free eolnnse of silver nt 1(1
to 1 nnd Hie other simply rrnlllrmlng the
pi it form nf lsi-j, nl,ned bv Clnrdy nnd
Coulter. There nos Intense feeling be
cause tho light between the Martin nhd
Clu men on cp.iI I tig drlegates In the com
mittee on credclitllns, delalng the resolu
tions nnel the proceeding of the conven
tion, but nothing could be done toward
fin Diluting business Several bundled mo.
lion to adjourn wore vulevl down and Ihe
convention remained waiting, ntthoiiKli the
commlttte on eredtntlals at U p. m , nn
nouneed tlmt It could not report till nftt r
midnight Senator LIndnv an 1 Chulrtnnn
Hurry refused to report the resolutions or
do nny thing till the report on credentials
MR. VEST ISAGAINST GOLD,
1 lee Missouri Kpuntor cl)tiit Itt twerti tlnlil
unci Mlvcr He'll "lake the White
.Metill liver 'lime.
Sweet Spring. Mo., Juno 2.1 Senator
Vest, who Is stopping at his coltnge nc ir
here, had till tottiy to-eliy on the mom v
iiiesilon In Its relation to the countrv ns n
whole mid especlilly to MI&Foiirl: "There
must be a settlement of the silver question
without equivocation. Wo must detcrmlno
to adopt the gold stand ird peuinnently,
retire the greenbacks and perpetuate the
national bunks with thrlr piper based ex
clusive! on gold, or wo must open our
mints to silver.
"1 believe In real bimetallism, tho use of
both gold and sllvei as stnndntd money,
mei ii wo muse nave euip ni.'tai or tne
other I would take sllvir, for we- would
then nt least be Independent Insteml of
being the tall of thu Hngllsh kilo nnd the
helpless victims of the liuthschlld ntull
When asked his opinion about culling a
stnt.. convention of the Democratic pirtv
In Missouri to consider the sliver question,
SiMintoi Vest sill Hint he believed n inn
Jotllv of the ptrty desired a convention,
nnd lie assumed that the state committee
would obev thu ilettnn I of the nlijoill.
The matter has gone so rar that more ii
iltatlon would come from tho refusal to
call the convention than from milhlng the
convention could posslbl do. "1 do not
know that I shall attend the convention,"
he continued, "if In the state In an
event, absent or present, 1 am against sin
gle gold standnrel,"
ILLINOIS' NBVLIBEL LAW.
Oiiveriior Allge Id slcic il a Itllt lislrntnj
Which In of Importune p to News
pipers of 'Ilia I si dr.
Springfield. 111., June 2.1-Governnr Alt
geld tn-dii signed the libel bill This bill
provides that In any action brought for the
publication of libel, in nn ne-wsp iper in
thin state, plaintiff shall rtoovei only tho
nctml amount of damage If It sh ill appeal
at the trial of such notion that such pub
lication wero truo or tint Its falslt was
clue to mlslnkp'or misapprehension of facts,
nnd that In the next two legulir Issues of
the newspaper after the mistake in misap
prehension w is brought to tho knowledge
of the publishers, whether bcfoie or after
at lion has been brought, a correction or
retail itioii was published In as conspic
uous a manner and plnco In thu paper as
was tlie libel No exemplary tu ptinillvt
damages slnll bo recovered In any action
brought for publication of libel in mi
newspaper in this stnto unless plaintiff
shall, beforo brliiUhp; tho suit, give notice
In writing to tho defendant to liuhlish a
retraction or direction nf the libel, and
Minll, belorc bringing suit, allow the ele
feudnnt reason. ible tlmu In which to pub.
Ils-li such correction m una Hon 1'ioot
of a letrnetlnn shall be admisMhlp In ivl
denee in mitigation of sncli dainiige. '1 he
piovlslons ol ilie tut shall not applv to
a case of tiny 111.1 against nn ciiuiliil Up
for public nllli e imliss a leti n llcni of tin
charge' Is made edituilallv in n i mi-pie nous
manner at least ten tl.ij s lieloie tlio elec
tion. DEATH'S PALE FLAG IN SANTOS.
'It rrililo Kcports of the It ivngt s of A t Mow
1 en r In Hint lltv of llrull lit lug
H.iltlmoro, Jinn. 2.1 Tho American
lmikentine., Piiscill i. Captain Clagcs, at
iived tills mottling ltoin Kin and S mtns,
alter a vo.igc of foitv-foiii' diy, with
fi caigo of J 1,211 bngi of coffee. Tho
Pilscilla's oillcers lepeut that when she
left Santos, .May J, v.dliivv fovei was
riRltitr on eveiy sltlo ami the .scents
in tiio lity and h.ubor weie hallowing
Men vvcto elioppine dead in the sticets,
el lug l)1 scoich In the- city and on Ihe
Vessels in jMiit. Some of the vessels
h id their Hags at halt mast day nfter
day for weeks, as mini nfter imin of
tin If clews Miociimbisl to tho Htnurgi
Tho death boat was being lowed about
the Inn bur, day and night, fiom vosse 1
to vessel, collet ting tin dead and tukilirf
them ashoic lur lmil.il sioino uf the
Vessels had only une or two mm left
In their clews, anil ninny of them were
iinabli) to get away finm the- lick of
nn ii. J. 11 tie c, the llrst rillleer of
Hid Pilsiill.i, was Htilckeii with ellovv
fevtr while in tlie h.ubor of Santos, but
HEAVY STORM IN BATES COUNTY
Itnlll, Ulliit.enil II. ell Dei Diniilge to Whint
unci O itlleelels I arm llocuu Mruck
Hume. Mo June 23 (Special ) This sec
tion was visited b a ten Ible rain, wind
and ball storm this evening, fully two
inches of rain falling, and the wind was
teirlllc. Considerable hall accompanied the
storm, but not enough to do any serious
damage. Some of the wheat and a its
Ileitis were damaged by the wind. Great
pools of watei are standing on the struts
at b o'clock to-nlsht. Tho. chinch bugs
have been doing eonsldei utile eliiiuagn to
the corn In the southern portion uf tho
count, but the heavy rain to-night will
slop their lavages Harvesting Is under
good headwa. The flops urn growing
nicely, und thu fanners am Jubilant, Din
ing the storm lightning struck tho farm
House or .v. t.wiuu, a jarmer living near
hprague. in this count Mi. Owlnn nnd his
wife, who were stall ling on thu porch,
were severelv shoe keel and Mr. (lulnn Is
hlug 111 u critic il condition, but Mis
tlwinii has almost recovered. Tlie wind
pla eel havoc wllh chlniues, and small
buildings in Sprague,
A SlUDLltN I. (WHIM Alt.
Ira Wherry Hope With, Ml (Jaluei cm
llcr Weddlug live.
Clinton, Mo., June 21, (Special ) -Miss
Mary tlalnes and Ira Wheriy eloped fiom
heio last night In company with Mr, Geoiga
Dorman, a peisoual friend of both parties.
Miss Gaines was to huvo been married to
Mr, Walter Few ell ut 5 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon. Preparations for a big wedding
had been made nt her homo Ju this county,
many guests Invited. Yesterdady Mr
1'ewell biought his prospective wide to
this city shopping, wheio slio met Mr,
Wherry, and left with him as stated ubove.
Miss Galucs is wealthy in her own right,
unci Is of a wealthy tamlly. Neither shu
nor Wherry will bo of ago till this fall.
1'ewell had Just made her a present of a
$.'30 diamond ring, Tho prospective wed
ding of to-morrow afternoon Is ludetinliely
Conferring With tho Comptroller.
Washington, June 25. (Special.) Hdnard
Foster, of Independence. Kas., who has
been in New Mexico for some months
looking uf ter some bank examiner business.
Is conferring with Comptroller Eckels on
The X'nited States government chemist,
after an examination for the Indian de
partment, made the emphatic statement
that "The ltoul ilaking Powder is the
purest in quality and highest lu strength
of any baklns powder of whUU 1 have
WRIT OF OUSTER.
MiritiiMt: corur nrcini.M .vovi.nm
nn: HAS COMPANY.
ITS RIGHTS HAVE EXPIRED,
CAN NO I.O.MIIlit I.IMIVU.V Usll 1 lit:
siiti.ia.s or nn: ci iv.
HAS NO PERPETUAL PRIVILEGES.
now tmi: couitr cosiitut:s i hi:
MOItDS tsi.l) t.v in; IJll.V It I Lit,
Derision Is n Complete 'urprl.e to the
Cninpiilir nnel Its Ac linn In the
Mutter Uiide e Id, d eir 1 r in-
llllso Sllgge still.
The, nnpremo court of Missouri cstprduy
rendered Its decision In the quo watranto
proceedings brought by tlie city ngalnst
the Kansas City O is Light nnel Coko Com
pmy. In which a wilt of ouster was asked
for by the clly, nnd In that decision the
court held that tho company no longer had
a legal existence, that nil of Its lights nnd
privileges gianted by the liglslituro thirty
years ago expired on Tehruary 20 of the
present eur. The court also granted tlie
writ of ouster, but it Is nciiccly probable
that the comp.ui will voluntarily censo
at once to furnish light to the city mid Its
other patrons, or that tho cltv will Insist
upon darkened sticets and compel thou
sands of citizen to return to the use of
Tho court sat n banc, nnd all the Judges
concurred In the opinion, which was writ
ten and rend bv Judgo MacTaikine.
Whllo the suit wus Instlgatttl by tho
counsel for the clt, the stlu of thu pro
cording was state tx ul Attorney General
It T. Walker vs M J. P.iiie. Itw.as alleged
in tho petition that the Kmisis City Gas
Light and Coke Cnmpanv was usmplng
the right and privileges of a corporation
after tho expiration of Its chatter, lu thu
piocecdlngs the wolds "perpetual succes
sion." which appeared In the gas com
pan's ihiutir. pl.icd an Important part
It was hold b the compui that Its right
In fuiulsli gas to cousumi i under the chil
li i granted b the' state thlity enm ago
wis peipi'luil. and that old its exclusive
right to mniiuf.n tine nml sell gas explicit
last J'ebru.ir On this question nt pei
pctuil succession Judge Mae Tail, uiu said
The ulily qutstlnti pre sputeel b the
pleadings nerissai to ditlele Is vvhethei,
nn ler the at t of Incorporation the K lnsns
Lit Gas Light and Coke Comp my ceased
to liave it legal existcneo nt the" cxpliatlon
ot the thlity cais. At the time the gas
and coke compiny wis liicotpoiatcd the
law governing cniporatlons declined cvety
corporation as sutli has power to hive
succession by Its coiporatu name for the
peiiol limited In its charter when no pilod
is limited for twent c,irs. Tho court
holds that chirtcis should be construeil
Httletl agilnst tho i oipniatlnu and libel
Ulv In favor of the Mil. II . tint tlie polle
of tlie- stale is oppos, il in unlimited diiia
llou of ptuelv business t oipoiatlons, nnd
that ill leasonable doubts should be re
solved aculnst the peipituil power of suc
ce ssiou in a corporation.
' Tile Hist section ot the not incoipomtlng
tho sail gas light mid coke romp ill
gi ante d It 'pcipetun! sine tsslon.' suie Ii
acts should mil bo construed strh tl
against tho pirtle obluiuing them, but
lllieially in favoi of the public. Tho polle
of the state, us uppears fiom its geni-tiit
legist it ion, is unfavorable to unlimited
din iilou of puicl business corpo'ialluns,
and for that leastiu all doubts should lie
iisolvtd against sin h Intention. The diua
tlon of a coiporatlou, lltouah unlimited b
its chattel, and though it is given the
capielty to have perpetual succession, can
not ! itgiinlid as cveilastlng within the
gem lal and common meaning of that won!
It ma bo dissolved nml censo to txlst ioi
want of nit tubers, by voluut.uy suiiitidir
of li.tnch.lbO, etc. It will be loiiud b a
icfereneo to all the authorities that a
giant of eapuit to Hike in pfipitunl
siictesslon' life is lathe i io tin leal Iden
tity nnel succession than to continuous oi
pt i pi nun suiet ssiou,
"Thus It appears that tlie word", ier-
pe tll.ll SlUee sslon ' lis llsi'el ill c llllllels gl II-
iiall, mean nothing limn Hutu tint tlie
corpoi ttlJn should hive eimtliiiious sin
et sslon so long as It should continue, to ex
ist ns a conciliation, mid is not Intended to
define Its dtiiatlou,
"Heading the Kener.il laws nnd the spe
cial act tog. tin i, the epilation of the tor
poiate exlstentt of the pas ll'ht e omp ill
Is clearly tlxtel at twent ..us The legls.
laluro did not intend to use tha woid 'per
pt tu il' as eve rlasiliig "
In cniieliisloii JiicUe MacTarlaue said:
"It follows that the toipoiatc txlstiiue
of the s,ii, Kansas Clt (la-- Light and
Coke I'oiui.iny lias txplnd, and cias,,i io
exist, and it is tisiiiplug Hie lights, prlvl
hges and tl nn Ills, s Hunb c'tiiifeiicd,
.)iide,meiit of oustei Is tie itfoie elite nil "
The oillcers of the comoiuy (oiifiss that
the decision was a suiprl-e to them Tiny
he Hew d the wolds "pcipclinl sun tsslon '
meant Just what io the uvci.igu uilinl the
appear to, n imely, tint the llglits ami
privileges of the compaii continued be
oiid th J lime of the txpii.atlou
uf Its extlusivo fi mclilse. President
Pa no t.ilketl hiiclly on tho re
sult of the decision, but said it w is
too early to deteiudne what action tlie
coinpanj will tnke. Among ilie hundreds
who discussed Judge Mae Carbine's opln
Inn esteiday afteiuooii and evening, time
vvas n marked sentiment in f ivor of gi int.
Ing tlie Kiinsas City G.u Llglit and Coke
Company a new train hise, llxlng Ihe prim
of gas at not to txend ( per thousand. It
Is argued that tho coinpin has too mm h
valuible lininerty In Kjiis.is Cltv to he
sacrificed, and that If It is willing to fur
nish to its consume is gas ut tin i.itft
learned the city shoul I meet it half WUJ
and grant; tho franchise.
'lull. With Colonel Payne.
Colonel M J. Pav ne, president of tho gas
company, said, aftei lc lining of tho de
cision "Tliiru Is ei little to say nt
present, exe.pt that the decision was
wholly milooked for by the olliceis of, and
the attorne" for, thu conipni In proof
of this I will say that the compiii) vvas
going ahead and transacting Its business
under tho belief that It had vested rights
lu thu stieels uf the city.
"If thu s nopals ot the dei Islon which
has been telegraphed from Jtffeisoii City
Is a truo sutuniiiy of the decision, the le
ts no escaping the fact thit we, If not the
city, are In a dilemma. We upptar to bo
trespassers In the public streets. The
state suiiiemo court has said that, hav
ing no franchise, wo 'are to be ousted
from the streets. which means, of eour-e,
th it we shall discontinue the use of thu
streets for the supply of g is to the peo
ple of thu clt I can com .Ho of but one
thing for lis to do under the delusion of
the court, and that Is to respect the de
cision nnd comply with thu mandate.
"Until we leciive tho full text of the
decision and care full study it. wo must
decline to tay more upon the subject,"
Judge I rincls 31, 111 it k.
Oharl.-s 11. Small, one of the attornevs
who fought the gas case on behalf of the
compati, refused to discuss tlie decision at
all He was found In consultation with
Judge TrancU M. lHack, also of counsel
for the company. He put lu most of the
afternoon with Judge Hlack, reviewing
the authorities and consulting on tho prob
able action In the tutuie. When ho was
asked to make a statement, he loft the
olllce hurrieelly and referred the whole
matter to Julgo Hlack.
Judge Hlack was reticent, but he nn
svveiecl all questions promptl He said a
motion for a rehearing woull be made,
tJit tuiwa luWoi- been decided uou. As.
to lh- future coilre of the rntnpan Ik
out Intake tin dellnile stnti ne ill, In-, nine
lu ll not know what th" decision tie
1 1 les Until the de iMon nnd man late ate
reil'.el it Would Ik ImposMble for hlln
or iirvlmd) cIfp Io till whtit must be done
' V, have retelvpcl no hotlce in the ease
liiiles HI iik Mid, 'and of course we inn
innk no statement of our purpose I
sn Ihat the decree Is reported to Iip n till
luilmnent In outer nnd that we line.
. pii l to exist ns n (orpotntion Inde. I
tin tiport I thai wp have been im i.
tisiirpei icltie e Te bruarv 20 nf this j.nr
Ir th.lt is tine the le woull lit some Vtr)
serloiiis qilPstlons I cannot tell what w.
will do until I read the opinion and Us
n lotnpanvlng mandate We hue virtiiitl
1 ilptlded to make a motion for n re
"Is this decree final, or Is there n federal
iiiestlou InvolveM which would enable vou
t) set Into tlie jliprttne court of Hie Tnltee!
'! urn not nhle to answer tint question
tlivv . In fmt, we will be 111 better pos.
tlm to respond to ue h Inquiries In a few
dais Tin decision was uiitxpee irtl and
wihive seen nothing but (ire's reeorts of
llsprteet and will withhold any statement
of tur ntxt move until we become familiar
vvitj the text of the opinion "
t It t ounirteir Mt llntignl.
Cll Cnutisetor McDongi! was of the opin
ion ti.it the inanil ilei will make some pro
vision b which the cllv will not be left
lu dilkliiss Like tlie other nttornev In
tprestel lu the c ie, he could not express
unv opinion ot the effect of the decision, be
cause he has not seen It. He sn s It Is Im
prohahl that the court would mike a Mat
judgment ordering the eompinv to eense
buslii(, when it Is known that such an
order would seriously Incommode the peo
ple. "I have seen no coherent report of tin
decree," said Judge McDiiugnl. "anil of
course can express no opinion as io It ef.
feet, I assume, however, that the m.itulalc
which will cirr.v the decision Into efftet
has been so worded as io give the clt
some guirantv tint It will not be left In
total d irkness H I custoinnty lu nil such
c.ie, win re a compiny Is ordered to cense
operations, to touple this order with a
eiuallllcitloii when the goods sold are of
great public necesslt. 1 assume that this
touro was observed In this t ise lu am
event, the effis-t of the decision will lie to
give i tie cltv ji gas or even eneiper i
think It possible tint the old comp Hi will
ask for a new franchise, etc, ultlioiigh I
nm not Informed concerning theli Inten
tions," O, 11, Ileitu nnel C. O, 'I It lienor.
O H Dean, one of the counsel for the
city lu the cmso, wis iKpi1 what Ihe ef
fect of nn appeal b Ilie gns eompinv to
Ihe United States supreme tourt would lie
He said "So far as inking tlie case up to
the supremo court of the United States Is
concerned, the gas compiny em tnke 11
theie, but I don't think there Is a question
In the ease that will give the comp in
mi ultimate standing when it gets there
"So fir as I am person. ell) lonec rued, I
never had a doubt as to tho coireetntss of
the position we issiuncil upon behalf of
the city Oth"iwle, I wouldn't hive had
am thing to do with the i isp The fact
th it tlie decision In fivor of the cltv and
against tho gns eompinv appears to be the
unanimous opinion of the seven Judges of
the supreme court of the state, sitting en
bun, would Ie.nl Us to conclude that the
m ittPr was as clear Io the minds of the
niemhirs of the eouit as to those who rep
rt. tiled the clt lu the lltlgitlon
"one liniKirt.int result of the decision Is
tint the city Is bv It relieved at once from
the (rial of the other case which the gns
comp til Instiiutfsl befoie Judge Philips,
when In the onipaii undertook to le
sli iln tlie cltv from tnforclng Its ordinance
requiring gas companies to sell gas at $1
pel 1 000 feet
' 1'he gas eompinv ha now no Mainline
in the ftdei.ll court heie. bee uisp of the
elt i Islon of Ihe state supreme colli t that lis
cot pur lie lights hive ceased to txlst and
thai i a corporation It Is tlefiiuc t
"I'liat litigation would have been exceed
ing! expensive em the put of the clt, for
the reisiin that nearly every gas compiii
in the United St ites which sells gas for
more thin Jl per 1 OiO feet would be ii id
to tesilfv tint gns couldn't In m.inufnct
llied und sold at $1 except at a loss."
C. O. Tit lienor, who was alo one of tlie
clt's counsel in the case, heard the state
ments maele bv Mr. Dean He said: "I
concur In till tli.lt 'Mr IX an has s ilel Of
eouisu the. gas comp in can tike ihe case
to the United States supreme com I If tbe
cis.. i taken tlieie I don't think tint court
will Interfeie with the i nnstiucllon of th.
st He Slip)! me tourt of Hie st Utile of 111.
sine und. i will. !i tin oi'i wis hi might '
' 11 the g is eompinv should npp. al to the
United. M It s Hllpit me i tuiit woull Us lip
pi il ml as i sup, isi de.is of th. Jii'Km. in
of ouster nnd. led bv ihe sunt Mipn tin
point a-tilim the compui "' Mr. Tlehinor
Wlls ls.i it
"I d in't know, I hadn't thought of tint "
Mr TU he nor i piled "Don't quote me nn
that, as I want to look the point up. How
is that. Dean "'
"I in't answer Just now," said 11 1
Deiti, 'bi i mis, I h tv n't looke I Ii up it
might .ut .is a supers, tie is and It might
"If It shoul 1 n t as a superseleas, H
wool tut be foi long re -urn. d Mi Tit Il
eum "as lh. Unite (I Stltes sliptcme colli
woull ulv nn th. i isc upon the docket
and soon disp m of H "
KANSAS CITYCARRIERS NEXT.
I'ostiillliii Ili irlim nt will s.,.n sunn Imil.t
UlTli .Villi Hlilllll 111 Willi ll Ihe
llos lii Grii.
Washington, June 25. (Special ) An order
has been Issued 111 the postolllce depait-
ment which will bring about a close Inspcc-
noit or ine wii mill Is h nulled in Kansas
City. The woik, while not under the secret
service, is of .1 Merit character, and Is
done while lliose mosil conic meil .tie
supposed to know nothing of whit Is going
on. A special agent who po-rhl) Ins nev.
er been lu Kausis G'itv and who will not
iipe.rl to Poslnnslei Heed nor Io an one
else, will land In Kansas Clt about the
10th of nt let mouth He will aim 10 handle
himself lu a non-suspk Ions manmr and
follow evtr collector of mall !u tlie ell
He will iinle.ivoi to Itnlll If aiinne is
skipping the boxes Upon his leport will
depe nil the fate of tie shiiklng tmrlcrs
should an be foun 1 Tin de p.11 fill, nt is
advised lie Utteis from irlvate 1 Itleus of
Kansas Cltv 1l1.1t eeitnln curlers covet
ing cei tain unites hive 011 a lew occasions
TAYLOR AND THE DETECTIVES.
'Die Litter Claim 'lint the Never Lost
Mght of tlm .North Hikolu stntu
'1 re tseirer.
Chicago, June 21 The ollklal report of
the tleticilve agnn whiih was empioed
to capture ex-State Treasurer T.iIor, of
North Dikotu, was mole publit lo-du.
The lepuit difters Horn Ihe ill-count given
by tlie fugitive of Ids w audi tings, and
while T.i lor elilms to have thrown the
detectives entire! otf his ti.uk, Hie claim
tli.it they were but two weeks behind him
aii.l would soon have e flu ted his taptuie
hid he not cl. ilili-d to give hiinseli up
Tho icporl s.is ihat Tivlor was Hist lo
e .iieil at Havana, wheto h w is registered
as C it. Piielps, and unere his luother. In
law. 11 M Utile dUt. was registered as
II II Mason Trolii til le Ihe rtpnit sajs
T.i lor visited the following places lu or
dei: Veri I'niz, Clt of .Mexico, Minz.in.
lllo, Guatt 111.1I1, Port Union, Kingston,
llarbadoes, uud thence back to the United
- 1113 AltM MILL PAIIAIILANMIOM'.
Old iboiu t s il.iHonil rropone to Tnt an
(11, 1 clieiiii.t til llriliimucp.
Guthrie, O T, June 23,-(SpecaI ) A
number of icpresentatlves ot the Salvation
Auny hive been In consultation here rel
ative to the ordinance passed by tho Ok.
Idlioma Clt eoune-ll prohibiting the arm
parading on the streets there, und have de
cided that if an attempt U made to en
force It detachment from ever town lu
Hie territory will go nt once to OMahnmi
City, paiade Ihe streets several hundred
strung mid all go to jail and then tarry
the matter to thu highest com Is.
VAN IIOItN 1AKSNI.Y CONTEST.
Lvldi'iiiu lu the Cute bent to the Public
Washington, June 23 (Special.) A copy
of the evidence to be printed In the Van
Iloru-Tarsney congressional contest caso
was sent to the publls printers to-day,
Chik Kerr sas the Kansas Cit attorney
were perfect in thejlr work of selecting ev
idence for print uud he sent It to the print
er us received Horn them, without a tingle
Kjinsa Citv, Mo, June 24, liv
Iii'tMl 11-1" loo or Uit irrettVi'r to m tmUr
rrinp'reituri: VMlrnlay .Ml itm im, "I wtc
otitis if you're
not going to tlio
plenty of cool
ness licront homo
if you'll tlross
And a Duck
Suit is qitito in
the warm days.
They aro here as
Duck Suits mnde with bin
7t r touts, shawl rollir
one! lapels, eO.lt, lllle k,
full skirt, also Ktoii Ji. k
els, with large sailor col
I ir, nml 1 ile slceven . .
Colors light blue, 11 ivy blue, striped or
polka dot and tan
Same st.vle el above, like dQ Ofs
colors, hut liner material 3).asJ
Duck Suits In pi iln colors.
mniie wiin 1111171 r j i K
et, one button at bust
lirgci sleeve, full skirt
Colors hlick, navv tin nnd llglit blue,
KtOII j U lie t, 111. I l(i of C1MII-
Ite t ffeet duck, 1 Ir eilrir
be It with Inn kle In finnt.
1 irge sleeves and full
illicit nnd while Du. Ic
Suits. Ktilped or plaid,
made with ripple Ioi k
mil looe front, 1 wo ions
pearl buttons, full klit .
Striped Gilitea Suits, light
blue und white, round,
loose, cutiw.iy front, full
ripple hack coat collar
nnd small lapel edge
with bins fold, full skirt.
Ulguieel Dutk Suits, filarer
emit, new stvle eoit back
and new lapels, huge
sleoves and full skills .
Striped Dude Suits, hi u le
nnd white bluer Jn-k-tt,
large sheves, coit or
ripple back, full skirt.
Light blue nnd rreen
Htilp.-el Uton J ickct
trimmed with penil but
tons, fane belt on skirt,
Same mnlerlnl In id 171 r
co it, trimmctl in pearl
Marseille Suit, mule with
Id ie 1 J a c ke I, large
sle.vt-. new collar nml
1 ipels wide skirt in led
and bl ick
Also scores of .stvles In
I.iwn. Swiss, Itulst,. nn,
Dlmlt. minle and liim-
mcel in I 1 test l'aris
stlcs, fiom fIDO to . .
UftiERY, BIRD. THAYER & CO.
FARMERS ARE CHEERFUL NOW.
Kniisis mill OMHiiMii. lliisliiiiiluiPM tin-
t mil tge el On r I leelr I Million Crop
I'ro-pt 1 Is 1, re it 1 ltdd of Com,
Tope k 1. Kas, June JI (Sped il ) A W.
Slillvvill, liivellng fielt,!ii .mint for tho
Smut T. gu. ihe following interview to
a ie lilt 1 ne u ., ,p. r 1 sti n,i
"I hivi littn all ov.r Snuthi rn Kan
sas and okl 1I10111 1 In th. list two
wteks," i. jjj 1. list night and I iln l
Hi. crop piospe.is entire 1 different from
Willi III. V Wile- three w.el.s iilci,
'Theie ait lo, .illtles where Ihe gave up
tin oats crop In despair time or four
weeks ago that will hive .1 fair crop, ll is
Just slmplv wonderliil 10 ste the 1 hango
vvimiglit bv the icetiit i.iin llntper
t oumv ns, . to b.. out of our b inner w h. at
eeiiiniiis but that 1 uunty will not liava
nine h w hi at this eiu
The outlook foi an oits crop In Harvey
cuuniv uns vfr jiooi tlirte weeks ago.
Inn now Hit .ire sine of an aver.ig. . i .1.
And as for corn, theli was ucvei su. h e
iirosp. t iicloii. in tin stntt. The 1 I mt
Is Vtr sliong end Hi,. liedds me 1 1, u, f
wieds. It weiuld be hind 10 imagine .011
dlilons that would iinvtut a corn iron
"Tanners who w.ie discouraged three
weeks ago h in theli splnts icvlvttl now
mid till f.el that Hit ire (.tilng to have
loiH of grain in iln Ir bins win 11 harvest
time tomes. All ovt 1 t In- south pari of
this statu farm, is an still cultivating
Hull corn nn 1 ou tan se. Just thu In k
ot the horsts or the t irs of the mules
above! the fea 111 gi.tn 1 irn
"I haw been all thi.mi,h ciklithoma, nnd
I mid that the outs mid .nm art coming
out Hi. siine as In K.eiis.e- , u, fhtT
Okie Strip tlnr. Is stum wrj B(iud whint
but the ivlu.it lu uhlah.init is not quit,. o
good Ihe soil in sioiiihiin U insas and
Old ihoma Is iiii,lobiii..lH tin btst In ihu
vvoild aiiel Ibis s. 1 ll ni 1, sure of a hod
everv ear when the g.t .111 .iveiage rain-
THE GOLD RESERVE MADE GOOD.
It ow UeiieiN "-UIU, Will, (mo for Hit. I'lrtt
'IIiiik in Sewri.l Honlli.-squill.
, alt. Itiimors.
Washington. Juno 21 -Tor the llrst time
since December 1. 1JI, the gold reserve to
day exceetltd 10i,0ew,UeA). The exact figures
are HW,b,A1.1, with an nvallnhle pet cash
balance of JIM,?; Ilv The gain since Keb
iiiai s last, tlie date of Hie bond lontrnet.
Is Gs 017.3.11 In gold reserve, and JI-'.JsJ.Sv; In
tlie net balince. Tilt sviuilcatc still owes
the government uboiu $', ii.kj In fniclgu
gold, their pa)ments up to this lime hav
ing slightly exce'edtd tlie contract require,
s.)iiclliali Opt r it Inns.
New York June 21 Wall siieet Is full
of rumors as to ihe bond sndltaiu tiiieri
11011s an I the iic.isuiy department. Nelth.
er Moii,.in nor M Helmont will talk on
the subject, mid hub.Tr".isurcr Jordan will
make no statement lu corueutlon with the
muter bewuid this fact, that the gold siir.
plus reserve of tho treasui win within
in t-iiiy. loccr uuieis, w iieu ine roni uovv tie
iOsttd goes throuah lh. books ot the
ticisui, be Hu7,l1e.nii0. It is uudeistood
that this sum is reat bed by the settlement
of the bond slidlcntc Indebtedness to tha
govirnmeut as regards tlio p.iiuent for
tho bonds ll Is further bcllevnl that the
bond s mile ate either has or will at once,
receive the full amount of bonds clue It,
There Is some vague talk about un ar
rangement fm a fuither issue of bomls by
the government, but tin re I no suggestion
of such a lourse from nnv authorlt Hive
quarter, as the managers of the last bond"
sjii'lle.ite will sa nothing whatever 011 the
In 1 hit Hut I'nougli for You?
Guthrie. O. T June 2j.(S.pecia! ) To-day
was the hottest of the veil, the thermome
ter registering 107 In the shade. No pros
trations uiu reported.
M uxhliigtiiii Personal.
Washington, June 20, (Special.) T. J. My
ers and wife, of Kansas City, and S. S.
Homiey aud wife, of St. Joseph, arrived to.
"I find the Ho al Halting Powder su-
feilor to all the others In every respect,
t Is entirely tree tram ull adulterations
and unwholesome luipurlt, und lu bak
ing It gives ott a greater volume of leaven
ing gas than any other powder,
"WALTHU S. HAINKS. M. D "
CtKial.t, to, the Chlvciso Board oi ilcftltb.
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