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KANSAS CITY, JULY :, J895.
imhoio rrwo cionts.
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The sale of the n gnce's stock of O. W,
Cuk ifc folia ph. t, ic, ot Ointhi, Nol).
Nothing but extremely lUhh grades of
NOTH Tilt! t'ltti OS.
IMvvtn C Hurt 7i0 Ladle' Sho'. KM.
Jturt .Means' J" no Calf Shoe. M.ro.
Johnson fr Murphy's J 00 Dents Patent
I,( at hi r Shoe, (aw
OU'lde's J7"0 Lndles' Patent Leather
Jj!i p Shoe, MOO.
ltejnnl.ru tl.no todies' Shoes. ?t !S.
I onk a 13.00 Lndles- Oxford', J1.50, tan or
Cook's $".00 Party Himdp ntiil llrown Kid
Slippers, nil colors", Jl 7"
Cook's 12 m Hoj'' Shoes nt ll.O) a pair.
ltinun'' Men1. JsOO Shoec J3.B0.
Cox's ?:.( Misses' nnd Children's Shoes,
tun mid block, Jl no.
Mies' and Children's $2.0) strap nnd
b i Slipper at tt-v.
I. idles1 Itoiidnlr Slippers, worth $1 00, tso.
M -' V an 1 Chlldr. o's I-' t") Oxford', 75c.
l..ulle'' SI 0 of .i Ls at t .
Ovtr 'oimJ in this t ok, now on pale at
MAIL OKDtillS PIlOMPTLY PILLP.D.
725 IV.A.R3 STREET
Keep Before You
i m: svt.i: of
Plske, Clark & Flagg's
$3.25 and $3.50 Qualiticsat
St. 95 Each.
1118 MAIN STREET.
X YOU NEED A STJiAW f
X HA T
And one of those Fancy
a. To be in the swim on the 4th. j.
4- Wc can fix you up. .
I King Hat Co. I
n X 1016 Rflain Street.
smith Ai'i'i:ovi:s Tin: coNritAcr.
4 te.iiHlu I.ljitnnib nml 3lr. Valo Cotillrint'd
the.. 1IS Indian Attitrnrj.
! t'-T.i' I'khincton. Julv 2 fSneelal.l Ono of
JfJ! if.hliiKton. July 2 -(Special.) Ono of
1 i 10 nit arts of Secretary Smith, after
'"il.'1"'.ninff from some political woik In
t'tfr' orS'a wns ,0 approve the contract of
'S-'a. A I.lpsfomb ami J. 51. Vale, of this
it, as attornejs for the Wichita Indians
In thu rase pending for .1 division of the
Js.'iOiWO between the Wiehltas and the Choc
taw p. belnR the amount received from
the purchase of the Wichita reservation,
which was appioved by tho last conRrw-s.
The Indl.uii 111 council asked that Valo
be appointed their attorney to look after
their Intel eita In the suit. This did not
please the secretary, ami then the Indlnns
named a number of other attorneys, who
vveie nlo 1 ejected. Then, liter three
months of working, the Indians, through
Aiicnt lialdwln. at last iiKieud to allow
Lipscomb in the case.
Lipscomb Is 0110 of Secretary Smith's
nutucioiiH cousins, nnd the KLeretary spent
n few days with him at thu beKlnnlUK of
of course, Sir. Llpseomh never had an
Indian case until after tho beginning of
this nilmlnlstraiion, nnu nis uusiness up
10 date has been confined to pollco courts,
but now, in the judgment of the secretary,
Lipscomb has develope.l into an Indian
attorney. The fie allowed Is 0 per cent,
or something over $ls,ml The niihwer of
thu Wiehltas Is to be Med by the mlddlo
of August and -w. lit be prepared by Vale.
The case Is expected to bu completed In
a few months.
Tin: l'li.citniAt.i: ii.i;i..vi:r.i orr,
liiiporia roniinnnilery V'lll Not Attend the
Cnni 1 tn at Jlostnu.
Hmpprla, Kas., July 2 (Special.) The
Trlcnitil Club of Ihnporl.i commandery
Xo. S, VtnlKhls Templar, last evening re
solved not to ro to Jlosion, nnd then dis
banded. The club consisted of nenily llfty
membeis, e.u h of whom had paid tho nec
essary amount to carry himself and vlfo
to tho conclave. Arrangements had been
made for the club to act as escort to tho
grand commandeiy of Knn.s.is, In Its pll
irrJm.icto to JSostnn by way of the Santa
10 and CSrund Trunk roads at u meeting
last night. The committee was Instructed
to cancel all contracts, because of tho ex.
horbltant rates asked ami the unfavorable
conditions atlucbed to the tickets, as well
ns tho unfavor.iblo tales exacted by tho
A JllsMIUKl l!i:.Mi:.AltIAN.
Mfs. I.v Stonr, nf ilnhnsnii t'niinty, Cole
bi.ttc Her llllltli lllrlbiliy.
Watrensburg, JIo July 2. (Special)
Mrs, llva Stono celebrated her JWth birth
day to-day at her home, sit milts south of
this city. Mrs. Stono was born In rtalclgh,
K, C July 2, 1733, and has lived In John
son county sin i li39. Sho has four chil
dren, llfty-four grand-children, twenty
great-grandchildren. tlvo gre.it-sreat-ginndchildren.
A big family reunion will
be held at tho old homestead in August.
k Cnm In t'eiitriil Kuiuun.
Rallnn. Kus July 2. (Special,) A line
rain fell hero this ufternoon and In Mill
continuing at intervals. This practically
assutes an Immense corn ciop for Central
Kansas. Colli Is Just beginning to tabsel
nml In two weeks more will be too far
along to be seriously damaged by drouth.
Chinch bugs viero beginning to do soma
damage, but tho rulu to-day will do uway
with that danger to a largo extent,
Killed by mi 1'iigliio
Independence, Kas., July 2. (Special.)
An unknown man wus run over and in
btantlj killed by tho north bound pas
oenger train on the Santa To this morning
a few miles this sldo of l.'arlton. As the
train rounded u slurp curve the engineer
saw a man Ijlng with his head across the
track. Ho oulckly reversed his engine,
but the entire train passed over him before
It could be stopped. It was clearly a case
(load lining In .lbirleii Cuuiity.
Peabody, Kas., July 2. (Special.) A
heavy downpour of rain has continued
here since 4 o'clock and four Inches of rain
have fallen in three hours. An Immense
corn crop Is now assured for Marlon;
The greatest adepts lu the culinary art
are particular to use the Itoval Uakinb'
A GREAT MEETING AT THE HUB
I'lfty IhniM.inil Itrlrgutrn Uvpprlnt to At
tend Mm t'litl'tlin I'ltdeitviir t muni
tion at Ititstou Nett Wipli
Iloston, July 2 Ono week from to-d.iv
there opens In Ilo'ton ono of the largest
religious gathering' tint lit' ever nssetii"
bled In America. There will be more than
6fl,fy delegate' pre'ent during the flvo iln
of the Christian llndeavor convpntloii.july
li) to 15. represenllng every stale nnd prov
Ince In North Amerlri, nnd no le5 thiiti
spvpntopn dlffprent nation' Over a thou
sand nddre'SP' will be delivered. Tho
largest auditorium In I lost mi wilt not hold
11 llflh of the delegate, o III mldltlon to
the Immense .Mechnnlc" fair building, two
mammoth tent have beptt madp for tho
convention, and these will be pitched on
The convention opens with twenty sim
ultaneous meeting In ns tnnnv of tho l.irc
churches of Hoston on Uednesdny even
ing. Thin 'day afternoon the convention
will split up Into a number of lesser meet
ing', the members or each denomination
going off by tliPin'Plves to hold a r.tllw
on HUtirdnv tho delegates will repair to
Ilo'ton oommon.where a montr open nlr
good citizenship demonstration is to bo
The speeches will he mndo from tho hill
on which the soldiers' monument stand'.
On Its rtost will be located the chorus of
.1,0 O voices to lend the singing of patriotic
hmns. The tii'lrumental miie will bo
on n correspotidlnRly large scale. Dr.
Smith, author of "America." his written
an original hjmn, which he will rend on
this occasion The principal speakers will
be Oov'ernor Oreenhnlge, .M-uor Kdvvln 1".
Ciirtl', Tiancls IJ. Clark, 1) ., founder
nnd president of the Christina Itndeavor
Siit'letA : Ilev. Oonald McLiuren, I). D , of
Detroit, nnd Hon H. II, Capen, president
of the Ilo'ton Municipal League. This
will doubtless be tho largest religious dem
onstration In fnvor of good citizenship
that has ever been witnessed In America.
Another feature of the convention will bo
the "fellowship meeting." on 1'rldav night,
when Christian Ihnleavor In nil Its forms
and In nil lands will be heard from. The
movement now numbei.s tO.Oi.") societies
and 2,100,000 members.
The mlslnnnn ,.i,iua .. Ill ..,(.. 4hA
tentlon of the delegates on Mondny. Tho
Christian Lndeavoiers will nssomble nt tho
close of each morning's session nnd, divid
ing themselves into groups of twenty or
thereabouts, so fnr us possible by state
llne, will hold fervlccs in stores, shops,
factories, halls and car stations. j:.ieh
morning' nt fi TO there will bo a score of
siinrlso prayer meetings.
Two North Missouri Laujers l'rolilbltpd
rriim Practicing llefiirn the Su
preme Court of the sinte.
Jefferson City Mo.. July 2. (Special ) One
of the cases determined by tho supreme
court this mornlnjr was tho disbarment
proceedings Instituted by the attorney gen
eral against .Messrs. Harbor and Knight,
which, owing to the prominence of tho
parties concerned nnd tho Importance of
the case In which tho forgery and chang
ing of thu iccords occurred, has attracted
much nttention. lu this cae, i:. M. Har
bor and A. G Knight, prominent nttomevs
of Trenton. Mo, nre foievor disbarred be
cause of the chancing and mutilating of
the records In the Howell murder case and
because of the fraud nnd deceit practiced
upon the supreme court. The opinion, by
Judge .Sherwood, comprises Iwentj-flvc
pages of tjpewrlttcn matter and ls con
curied In b Hi. ice. chit t Justice, nnd Jus
tices Cantt, Mntf.irJnne and Hobinson,
Judge Hurgestf not sitting in speaking tor
the court, Judge Sheiwood says: "The
evidence of the guilt of Harbor and Knight
is so conclusive that It would be unreason
able to demand further proof. The testi
mony shows their guilt beond any ques
tion of conduct unbecoming a member of
the profession, such as to show a total
violation of their duties and obligations un
der their oaths as attorneys and the prac
tice of such methods malpractice and de
celt as to render them unlit longer to re
main members of the bur, that the ac
cused are not to bo permitted to shield or
protect themselves behind the principal;
that they weie bound In the false record
they had made for the lenson that If such
were the case then milpi.ietlee and deceit
are made very easj and punishment there
for very dllllcult."
A Ni:V .MAN Itllt'OVI VI i:ndi:i).
Attorney ticncr.il llnrinoii Suggests n 'iir
fimr to llulti d stall s Attorney Wnllirr.
Washington, July 2 (Special.) Attorney
General Haimon to-ilay accepted tho resig
nation of Vol Walket, ns United Stntes
attorney for the Central Judicial district
of tho Indian Terrltoiy and recommended
that another man be -appointed. The at
torney general lu cases of this sort does
the recommending nnd the president ap
points, nnd with prompt action on the
P.""1,,"1. tl10 President the appointment
should bo announced Thuisday. Mr Har
mon has also made ariangements for ihe
appointment of Mr. Telle, of South Mc-Ales-ter.
an Indian livvjer, as assistant
United States attorney in that district.
It is In the power of the United States at
torney to name his assistant, but In this
case tho ntlornev general took a kindly
Interest In Mi. Telle nnd made arrange
ments for him before making his iieom-
fllt-IIU.IliUII till IllltllliC.
It is riinioietl that United States Judge
Stunrt. of the Central district, put In a.
double recommendation fot attorney. When
be came here some weeks ago with the
leslgnatlon of Walker lu M pocket he
tried to get J M filvens, of .Muscogee,
appointed light away, the change to be
made secietlv and nothing known about It
anywhere until the appointment had been
made. Hut this fulled, bet iiuse the scheme
got out and npplle itituis commenced to
pour 111 At this moment W. J. Iforton,
of South MeAlester, sent on his applica
tion. He mule It very Interesting tor the
Judge, and tho judge nresentlv cniwln.l..,!
to indorse Hoi ton also As It now ap
pears tho Judge will bo plea-ed to bee
either Olveus or Horton appointed.
HANK OITMJIAI,, MWII.
Creditor of tho ICossvllIn ll.uil; Auk fnr
nil I11J11111 Hon,
Topekn, Kns July 2 (Special,) At a late
hour to-day a suit was Hied lu tho district
couit against U. li, .Mcrluu and I. Jl.
Alter, president and cashier of the Itoss
vllle bank, by nine creditors of Wesley
Davis, tho ltossvllle grain dealer, who has
disappeared leaving behind him debts to
the amount of $15,000.
Tho plaintiffs nsk for an Injunction
against Merlam anil Alter restraining: them
from dlsiioslng of any more of JJavis'
property. It is alleged that Divls trans
ferred to tho bank a gieat deal of proper
ty, more than enough to pay tho sum ho
owed the bank, unci thnt a conspiracy was,
formed to duftnud other creditors of their
assets. No traco has et been secured of
"I find the Hovnl Halting I'owder su.
rcrlor to nil tho others in every icspect.
t Is entirely fieu fioni all adulteiatloiis
and iinwholisomu impurity, and lu bak
ing It gives oif a gi enter volume of leaven
intr gas than any other powder
"WALTUIt H. IIAINIIS, M D"
Chemist to tho Chicago lloaid of Health,
lobii ICIcli irdmm Mav (let something,
Washington, July 2.-(Spccl,il ) John
rtlchardson, chairman statu Democratic
committee, of Kansas, passed thioiigh thu
city lo-duy en route to Oray Oables, where
ho will confer with Private Seaetury
Thurber. his old-tlmo friend and bchool
mate. Mr. Iilchanlson's name has been
mentioned lu connection with a number of
jilaces slnco tho uppointuient of Mr. Thur
ber, but so far nothing of 11 substantial
nature has developed. Soma time ago ho
was spoken of as chief cleik of the post
oillce department, which position is still
vacant, and according- to intimations at
the department an appointment is likely
to be made soon. This being the situation,
Mr. Illchurdson's namo ls again brought
forward with predictions. 31i, Jtlchardsou
while In town passed a few words with
I'ostmaster Ocneral Wilson, and renewed
his acquaintance with Uiist Assistant
Wholesale Cat tie Meullug.
Guthrie. O. T., July 2. (Special.) A week
ago butchers here bought twenty head of
fat cuttle from two well known men, but
the anlma have slnee proven to havo
been sloUr from near Jennings. John IJev
uus was to-day uriosted on a churge of
complicity lu the stealing und on evidence
secuied from hi 1:1 and elsewhere warrants
huve been issued for half a dozen others,
whose arrest Ul cause a sensation.
LOOTED M BANDITS.
Tiiitr.r. iimmr.M.Mt-..v 11111.0 ur a
MHnilllltN l'ACini! TltAIN.
DYNAMITE EFFECTIVELY USED,
l'AssiiNor.itt itonm:i) ami itrtns.
1 i:iii:d .mail l'oiit itt:s 11111.1:11,
'IhpAITiilr Ocrurrpil Npnr the Mnttott of
Itldiltp', Ore,, and I'rovrdto lie pry
Mitip'sful I rotu it I In 1111 hit
l'olnt of Mew No 'treas
ure 011 Hoard.
Gr-inP' Vn, Ore, July 2. The HoMliem
I'aclllc overland trnlii, north hound, wns
stoppetl Inst night nt 10 15 p. m , by three
hlghwnvmeu near Kiddle, about thirty
mites south of llosebiirg, and thoroughly
robbed. Sticks of dvnnmlte were placed
on tho mil', which disabled the engine by
blowing the llnnges off the ponv trucks
and brought tho train to a stop Taking the
fireman, two of the highwaymen proceed,
ed to go through the train, nnd every enr,
from the evpress enr to the rear Pullman,
was searched, Nothing wns obtained from
the evpress rnr, for there was 110 treasure
on board, tn the mall rnr better succes
was met with, and the Portlnnd, Tnrotn.i,
Seattle nnd Victoria, H. C, reglsteted
sacks were rilled, Tho pissengors were
alo searched pretty thoroughly, but with
what success Is not known. One highway.
man took a hnsly shot nt Conductor Kenr.
ney, who wns In charge of thu train, but
no damage resulted.
Superintendent Holds, of the Southern
Pnelllc, lost no time nnd In 1111 hour nfter
learning of the holdup lmd two parties on
tho wny to the sceno of tho robbery, A
jio'se of olllcers wns hastily made up at
ltoseburg, 11 ml started at once, nnd another
party of rongh-and-re-idy mountaineers
started from here Hvery effort will be
made to capture the robbers. The men of
the party starting from here nre thorough
ly familiar with every foot of ground In
Ihe neighborhood of the robbery anil pret
ty good holies nie entertained of capturing
When the dynamite exploded It brought
the train to a standstill Conductor T. J.
Kearney inn out, but was met by 0110 of
the bandits, who llrcd nt I1I111 with a pistol,
the bullet grazing the conductor's head.
The bandit then ordcied the conductor to
get Inside nnd stay there, nn older that he
was not slow In obeying, hiding himself In
a Pullman closet, from where he saw one
man patrolling tho bank which overlooked
the train. Another bandit made Hnglncer
Wnito and riremau Gray get oft the en
gine nnd go to the express car nnd ordered
It opened. Kxpressman Donohuo hid taken
out his way treasure at the (lrst alarm mid
1 clocked bis box-. Tills ho reopened ut the
order of the robbers.
They then ordered the engineer, llre
m in nnd express meenger to enter the
mall car. Postal Clerk llermin gave up
all tho registered pouches, which the rob
ber ordered the men to cut open. He then
ordered the railroad emplojea to go to
the passenger conchfH and assist him In
lellevlng tho pasengers of their valua
bles. They passed all who had the ap
pearance of worklngmen, but mndo the
others hold up their hinds while tiny
went through their poi ket, the robin r
standing over them with a pistol. The
sheriff of Klamath county was on bo. ml
with a prisoner. The tobbeis appropriated
the slieiiff's pistol. None of the l.nlli s In
the ear was molested During the time the
train was held, which was one hour and
foru-live minutes, the robbers outside Kent
llring sticks of dvii.inilte to Intimidate the
pisscngcrs Aftei the chief robber bad se
cured his bootv he ordered the engineer
to pioceed mil lit. He then "hot nut the
headlight, ami then llring live iii'dltlonal
shots as a slgnnl tn his companions, dls.ip
ptarei! in the daikuess
V. Ploiher. a Western Union lineman
who was nn the train, hail "0 in bis pot ket,
but he talked the tobber out of staiehlng
nun. ne iiescriut's me roiuier who went
thioiigh the ear as a slender man about six
feet tall. He vvoie a white silk hand-
Kercnici us a masiv, nine overalls and 11
lumper. Ho had a Hige big slung over
his shoulder nnd carried a common grain
sack in his hand. Ills haiubi wue rough
ami cracked. He hail ,1 deep coarse voice,
which could be t.islly recognized If In art!
again It was too dark to si e the other
robbeis. The engine was so badly disabled
that It took tin re hours tu reach Kiddles,
four miles dltant.
i:tinl of Ihe llmil.
It Is estimated that the robbers scoured
from Ji.ueo to $l.0"0 ultogetlu r. lino 11 iss
cnger lu the Pullman gave up Slim Otheis
contributed lu amounts ranging fiom $10
to w. As soon as the cause ot tin stop
pigu of the ti.iin was known, the passen
gers began hltllng money .111,1 valuables,
throwing It under seats, in batiaeks and
stiiillng boots ami shoes, many afterwaids
digging It up and giving It away nt thu
robber's renin st. A bridal couple In ihe
day conch were tho tltst passenrvrs hehl
up All their money was taken, llolh sit
with li.iudH up tor an hour after the lub
ber left tho e.u It. H. Smith, special
agent of the PhnenK lusuinnco Company,
of Hnttfonl. with two friends, wns In the
Pullman smoking when thev heard the Hist
bomb. They looked out tho window nml
were told by Hie robbers, with ninny
oaths, to pull their In ads Inside, where
upon they piled over i-.i h other In the
middle of the room to get away from
shots. They told ihe Pullman conductor
the train was In Id up. sinon nticrwaul.s
they in uto their beiths and rolled in.
After a long suspense, a robber, with tho
engineer, lireman, ixpi.ss messenger, por
ter and a tramp came along and told them
to dig up.
Tno lotiner nsheu 1110 porter at overy
beitli "lady or Bent"' lower berths only
being Inspected. Ladies were not ills
turbed A. Herkedey. student, sound asleep In the,
Pullman, knew nothing of the holdup until
punched In tho ribs with a pistol and told
to dig up. Ho gave up evcr thing, Includ
ing a colli watch.
The robber laughed and talked with tho
passengers while taking their valuables.
In baking powders it Is safer to use the
Itoyal only, an article that miny j ears'
experience has pruvnl most eiiicient. ami
which has been oillclally demonstrated
pure and wholesome.
KiniiT yimus rim iiowuati:.
Ho Was s,.tt nn i Yv.terduy to u long
'In 111 or Imprisonment,
Washington, July 2. Captain Henry W,
llowgate, former disbursing olllcur of tho
signal service, who, after ears of wander
ing as 11 fugitive from Justice, wns found
In New York city in business ns a second
hand book dcuk-r, and brought back to
Washington, was sentenced to-day to eight
ears' imprisonment lu tho penitentiary. He
was convicted last week on two counts
alleging forgery and falsification of ac
counts in I47J. Captain Hon Kate's counsel
noted an appeal to the court of appeals at
Its session next full, und the cauit grunted
a stay of execution until that time, Cap
tain How gate was then remanded to Jail
to awult tho result of the uppeal.
Sensation In I'oiiiiett County, Ark,
Little Hock, Ark., July 2. A Democrat
special from Harrlsburg says J, Jj, Van
duver, treasurer of Poinsett county,
claims to have been robbed of seveial
thousand dollars yesterday, July 1 Is the
last day for county treasurers to settle
In this state, und the discovery of thu al
leged robbery Just before the hour of set
tlement caused a sensatlpn. Thu dispatch
adds that rich developments in connec
tion with tho robbery are anticipated,
lieu HurrUou After hqulrreda.
Indianapolis. Ind., July 2. Ex-President
Benjamin Hurrlson went squirrel hunting
this morning with Daniel M. Itamsdell,
ljtu marshal ot the District of Columbia.
They went to Dana, Vermillion county.
In IW3, Just after his election to the pres
idency, Mr. Harrison went to Dana to
hunt quail. An army of correspondents
and. artists followed him on that trie, lie.
ports fimn Vermillion cwinly wood' Ihls
ir iti In ale Unit sntilriels are verj p. 11
tlful. , I
CHIEF HARRINGTON LET OUT,
llriul of Ihe H put In r liiirinii Itelltrd I roiu
Hill- In, suretnr) Vlortoii-A Coni
ne" Hi t men the I no.
Washington. July 2 Pinfessor Mnik
W. Hurting!. m, chief nf the wonther bu
reau, h.n been relbneil from duly owing
to n dlsilHieeimilt Willi Secretniv Mm
ton. A rail wns wan made 011 .limn 19 for
Professor lliiirliKJlnif.s reslgniillon. tie
declined to rrilgn nnd llhserlietltly Wils
reinnveil by the luenldenl, lo Mko elTecl
July 1, James . Cook, chief eletk of
the wen (her iMlieull, Is nctltiR heml ot the
hiireiui until a aticcesisir Is appointed.
The relatlonn between Secretiirv .Morton
nnd ProroMor Unnliiglmi ims been
strained for ninny months, ntul noire
BIHindcnce between them has been enr
tled 011 emly In the most formal Inii-Kimge.
Professor Harrington wns appointed
from .Michigan because or his limit ue
Ullllltltiince of ttietnnrolngv, for lilllliv
ximii having been the editor nf it Journal
devoted to that science. Me wns a mem
ber of tho faculty of Ann At but- titit
veislly. H Is said thnt n It hotlth theie Is smin'
pro'sure for tile fnicees'loti tn Professor
ititrrlngtoti's poslUon. no civilian will
bo appointed to that jxrit, ns It linn Inlig
been tho deslie of Secretniy Million
thnt Major HilliWooily, who Is thnrnilgli
lv nmitinlntcil with nil the- detail' of the
wonther buieaii, In whom he has gloat
coiilldcnce. shnulil be placed lu charge.
This would icipilro a special otder from
the scciotiity nf war nml 11 designation
from the president, nnd might nlso ne
cessitate the appointment und conllriua
tlnn by the senate, although It Is known
Major Dunwoody would not rdlmiitMi
his commissi,, n In tho iirinv for this pie
fi'tmenl, which Would menu no Increase
of pay for him.
It wns learned later that profewor
Ilairlngtiili'H successor has been chosen,
ntul tho appointment Is verv likely to be
announced to-motrow. His namo lias
not so far been developed, but It Is
known Hint n local fmeenster (lint Ma
jor Dunwnodv), who liu.s boon In the
service for ninny yenrs, has been se
lected. Concerning the appointment,
Secietnry Mm ton said tn-nlglit: "The
solo oonsldet.itlou in making the ap
pointment will be to Improve the elll
clency of the forecasting woik of the
weather bineiiu. The chief of the bu
1ea.11 bni 11 high reputation ns a me
teorologist, nnd Is not a gindiuite of
nny of the great colleges. He has novel
been recommended for the place Iiv a
single bum. 111 being, nnd never knew be
was to be nailed until actually unfilled.
T have oveiy conlblence thnt he will be
one of the best olllcers we have had
hero for a long time."
IbiltCltv Very Muili Aglllt.nl Ovcrllie
(Jticstlnu of I'tifori lug Ibe t.iiw-ln-
teriieit VI lib a Cllleu.
Topekn, Kas., July 2 (Special.) A
prominent citizen of Wichita was lu
Topck.i to-day and stated that his tow 11
was very much torn up over the ques
tion "f enforcing prohibition. Ho be
lieved that n very large majority of
Hie people thoic were In fnvor of con
trolling the liquor tralllc In the mniincr
now In vogue thnt K chaiglng n
license fee upon the ..eller. lu thu gulso
of a monthly line.
"What do jou think Cloveinor Mor
rill's notion will be in I ho premises?"
quetied the reporter.
"I expect to hear from him a very vig
oious older to his police comnilssloneis
theio to close every Joint. I think Ihe
governor Is honest and sincere In his
Intention to enforce prohibition 1C pos
sible, nnd he will do his best to make
It stick at Wichita; but T am also nf
the opinion that he will fall to stop the
snlo of liquor in any appreciable de
"What will happen then?"
"Now you corner me. If I wns the
governor, however, 1 would make ns
lined a light to etifoice the law ns I
knew how, and then, If I fulled, I would
wlthdiaw my police eonimlssloners en
tirely and let the city woik out Its own
salvation. Of couse, I have no menus
of knowing what ncivpinur Moirlll will
do, but It npptnis 10 me that he would
be jUHtilied In withdrawing the board
entirely If It cannot enl'oiee the law.
Of course, some of tho prohibitionists be
lieve nny law can lie enfmced, whete all
the pupeis und three-fouiths of the peo
ple nie against It, but I believe the gov
ernor will secure sumo line testimony to
his 'local sentiment' theoiy if he makes
the attempt In Wichita."
iiuii:i' itum.s iiv Winn.
Wichita, Kits., July 2. (Special.) Clydo
Jenkins of this city, was killed instantly
to-day by a 'Uilseo train Ho was return
ing trom I'oit Worth. Tex. Ho was un
married. Poit Scott. Kas, July 2 (Special) Tho
f unci ill of Henrv Wolf, fotiurrly of this
1 Ity, who committed suicide at Parsons
M0nd.1v, was held here to-day. The strv
Iecs wire cumlm ted by the Select KulghW
of Pyihlns trom Parsons, who accompinted
Sednlla, Mo , July 2. (Special ) Whllo
hoso company No. 2 was going to a (lie at
noon to-day, two of the ilremeii, llanuy
Cumin and Pied Meredith, weie thioivu
to the ground and badly lnjuied. Meitdith
surreieil concussion of Hie bulla, nnd Is
Independence, Kas., July 2 (Special)
Charles Its an was probably f.itall in
jured this morning by nn emery whirl
brt liking, while levolvlng at a terrific late.
One of the pieces sli licit mill III Hio nlnlo.
men, Inflicting a terrible wound, and ho
111.1 j not recover
MitldleBboio, Ky., July 2. As tho llelt
lino was switching at Mingo, eight miles
trom here, to-d iv, ono of thu coaclu s
jumped the trestle and dashed to thu
ground below, ulllo .Soratt, of this plain,
was killed; George I'hapmaii, brakeman,
had both ankles bioken; Isaac Groves,
Galena, Kas., July 2 -(Spec 111 ) Tho tq
til output of bad ami zdiic last wetk In
tho Galena district was over $J0,t 'arms
In any direction, of a distance of tlueo or
four miles, nie In lug based, companies
formed and being prospected. Land a sear
ago that was not thought to be valuible is
now earning dividends for the prospectors,
Washington, July 2. The woik of uud
jusllng und classllsing the toicis nt the
pension oillce ol the countiy has Just been
completed, with a view to shoitlv extend
lug to them the pioticilon of thu civil seiv
ien laws. The ilalo when the 01 del will
go lulu ell eel nab nut uc oven uuui iiiiiu n
but It will ptiibably be at an eailj dale,
now that ilia classification lias been coin.
Washington. July 2 Odlelal figures, com.
piled at the iioxtolllcf ilepaitiiie-nt, show
that the total number of stamps of all
kinds Issued 10 postmasters dm lug the lis
tal vear just closed was J,bl,M,uui), valued
at JC'i.hSS, lib. This amount is an lueiease
In valuation of II.OuO.iiOO over last jc.ir. Tho
total value of envelopii Issued to post
otllces was $l.',03C,01il, ami postal cards, I,.
Topeka. Kas., July 2. (Special ) Tho
stale school fund commissioners jester
day mude bond purchases as tollows: Ite
fundlng bauds, to the amount of f",7. Is
sued by the boa id of education of the city
of Topeka, at 5 per cent Interest; bonds to
tho amount of l.'.OnO, Issued by school dis
trict No. 11, of Montgomery county; S.70O
In bonds Issued by district ixo, CJ, In Coffey
county; $.173 Issued by dlstiiet No. Stl lu
Wilson county; J.) Issued by joint district
No. !-'. In Miami mid Linn counties,
Washington, Ind, July 2 A case of
wholesale poisoning occurred at Hyatt's
station, a few miles south ot this city,
last night. In which thirteen people were
affected, three of whom may not recover.
Thomas Faith, who runs a saw mill und
boads his help, buja bread of a German
neighbor numed Inglehart, and eveiy per
son who ate the bread last night became
violently slek. Various conjectures are
offered concerning the ikjIsoii. Tho victims
all showed signs of arsenio poisoning, An
luve-scigaiiuii is 111 uiyKfCSS UIIU tUU UU'Ud
.will be analysed.
SENSATION IN OMAHA
IM01- Hist mi:itin 10 wtitr.sr ci;u.
'JAIN llllllt l'll lll'I'H'I.VI.s.
MAYOR BEMIS ONE OF THEM,
- 1 1 i:l ' Mlllli: AMI I IIMMIsslOMlHs
iiitow.N ami iu:.vi:it ai.sii.
'Die Paper' Are Iteody nnd
lie s,.r(n nt .nj I line-
the strKi. ltd hi, 11 the
Hud Ihe .VI mill 1 1 1 1
form llti mriit,
Are l.llii ly o
-Hi lilt of
A. I'. A.
Omnlin, Neb., July 2 The dlllleiilty be
tween the A. 1'. A 's ami the tiiuiilelpnl re
fill m clement renehed sensational propor
tion this nrternoti when the details or n
plot wag made public, 1c, whlih Martin
J. While, the new elder of iollce, who wus
cmplo.ved In Chicago last weik to reorgan
Iko Omaha's pnllie force, wns to be ar
rested for Impel sonatliiir an olllcer, and
Mav or Jleml and Police Comtiilssloliets
llrown and Heaver for violating the null
Plnkerlon oidliiance In etnplovltig While.
The development havo created quite a
political sensation In the city, and liilensl
lied tho fiellng between the A. P A. fue
lled and the municipal reform element, the
bitter representing the business class or
Omaha. The Hist Intimation that 1111 nt
tempt was to bo mule to prevent White
fiom acting as 1 lilef wns In the shnpo of a
tumor that tho plottei had arranged with
District Judge Scott, who Is icpiited to bo
one of the leading spit its of the A. P. A.,
to release the llrst persons nt rested under
order of White on a writ of habeas corpus
011 the alleged ground that he bud no au
thority lo make or oidei atresia It was
illscoveied that the point would be Ineffec
tive. Hven If Judge Scott should gi mt tho
wrlls, the elder should still Hie complaints,
ns this was the privilege of eveiy cltlz.cn.
The A. P. A. leaders finally conceived the
Idea or issuing a wnri.utt for the nrrest ot
the elder ot police foi lmpcto!intlng nil
olllcer. If the chief could be disposed ot
thus for thirty days they expected that
thtough tho operation of the new law,
which on August 1 tcorgatitzes the board
of lire and police commissioners in favor
of the A. P. A., they would be able to get
a chief of police in sinip.ithy with their
The plot Included the proposed nriest of
Major Hemls and Polite Commission) tn
llrown and Denver on the eh.uge of violat
ing (be nntl-Plnkci ton law. Tin pa pel 4
lor the proposed light, It Is understood, uto
n.ulv. anil liable to bo tiled at any mo
ment. An Immense meeting- of nil elllens in
favor of municipal inform was held at
the Chamliei of Commerce to-nighl. Tiny
ore confident the new scheme of the i.ul
li.il A. P. A.'s tan only lesult lu the fur
ther tlefdit of that element. The munici
pal league ridicules the idea that the anil
I'lnkerton law has hi en violated In the
emplov nn lit of Mr. While. While Is .111
old Chicago polite oilktr and wis 1 hief
detective for the entire .Milwaukee svstcm
when emplojetl. Uollowlng Is the sub
stance of the state law against Plnkei ton
men. under which the arrest will be made:
"It shall be unlaw till for nny person or
persons or association, company or cor
poration to bring or import into this statn
any person or peisTTlls or association of
pi rsons for the purpose of discharging
the duties devolving upon the pollco oiii
1 ers, shet Ills, or constables In the protec
tion or preservation of public or private
"That no sheriff, mayor of elder or police
or me mber of the boird of police commis
sioners shall appoint any under sheriff
or deputy (nr the pioteitlon or public or
private propertv 1 xi ept the person so ap-
pomteii sunt lie a resilient en tins stale
"Any person or persons violating any
of the pinvMnns ot this in t shall be pun
ishni by Imprisonment In the p. nltenllnrv
for not less than one car nor nunc than
tlueo j ears"
WAR ON THE SALVATION ARMY.
A Poor Driiiuinir liny of Hie Organic itlini
Arrcttiil In (ll.l.ilioliia (lt for I1U-
llirblllg the 1'e 11 e.
Oklahoma City, O. T . July 2 (Special.)
In the presence of almost the entire popu
lation of the city, congregated In the
streets, the drummer boy of the Salvation
ni my wus arrested hpre to-night, charged
with disturbing thu peace. A short tune
siiite tho city council, without the signa
ture of the mayor, passed nn ordinance
pinhlliiting parades on the street by tho
Salvation army, and to-night was set apart
Tor making the nrrest. The army marched
tori 11 as usual, pale laceu nini firm, and
after passing for several blocks through
the densi ly packed streets, halted in front
of u Hroadway saloon ami b.g.m their
usual meeting. The drumimr boy Is now
In hind tho burs, the remnant nf the army
pravlng ill tin Ir quarters, while hundreds
of citiz.ciis nre dls, usslng pro and con the
oriis.n'e The "War Civ." the ollb ial or
gan of the 111 my, In speaking of the ordi
nance anil the prnbilile ai rests, slates
Hint the entire .11 tn of oklihonri and the
Indian Turitory will be sent lure lo make
tho welkin ling.
COLORADO SILVER DEMOCRATS,
they Meet at Denver mid Indorse I'n o
Coinage mid Oppn.ci the f.ulilliiig Admin
istration I u lu AI li ml 1111 r.
Denver, Col., July 2 Just thirty per
sons were nssemblid In i:ast Turner hall
at 10 o'clock, the time set for tho Demo,
critic mass convention for tho rnnsldi ra
tion of tho lliiuicl.il question. Chairman
Plank Arbuckle, of thu state central com
mittee, who called the meeting at tho re
quest of tho committee, was not present,
but hail sent an address dlscouiaging rad
None of the federal ollleeholders was
It was 10:10 o'clock when Secretary Ol
ney Newell, of tho suite lOinmlltee, called
tho meeting to older, ubout llfty persons
The lesolutlons Indorsed the free coinage
of sliver at the ratio of Pi to 1 ami dissent
fiom tho lliuitut.il policy of the administra
tion. ii.vi i: ji;noiiAi,iA t ion.
ItciaiU Onro More llugnged in Overthrow
ing Agririiii lilt.
Chicago, III , July 2. Just as tho West
ern lines thought they hat) a chance fur
tho icnrgnnUation of their passenger usso.
elation comes a dash of cold water that
chills the whole business. Ticket agree,
menis to the annual meeting of tho so. I
ety of Christian Lndeavor at Hoston are
going to smash lu all diuctlons and It Is
hard lo See whele the dcmoi'im.itlou is
guing to stop Tho oilglnal selling dates
tor these tickets from Western terrltoiy
were July 5 to s, nnd the return portions
weie ta he good until July 2.'.
Tho Soo line began offering tickets with
the return t onions gool until September
1. The Cent i al truillo mid trunk Hues aft
er soiuct aiMimenl with the Soo Hue and
the Cauadl in Pacific, which Is supposed
to contiol lb- actions or the Soo, succeed
ed in getting a promise from the Soo line
that It wouli obseivu the general agree,
inent of the Western lines, und make July
2J the llnal rt turn limit on all of Its tick
ets. To-d iv tho Soo line announced that
It had discovered the .Minneapolis & St.
Paul lino selling tickets, und It at once
began the sale of tickets and went the
other line one better by agreeing to make
the return limit September lo, The re
sult has bt n to provoke all sorts of hard
feeling among ull tho lines concerned, und
a regular scramble for business has begun
without lesjrd to agreements or anything
else. The iu-xt thing to go will in all tuob
ability bo tho rates.
The Alton und Itock Island roads to-day
gave notice that because the Missouri Pa.
clllc has plated In effect a rate of it SO from
Kansas City to St. Louis, effective until
July i tt would be necessaiy for them to
use the ruto for basing purposes fiom
iiacsas City, Atchison. Lcuvciiwort- ami
St li eph nhl hulne' tvhbh i-nn le
pmpiilv rout. I Ma e'hli iiro to nil p.Mtif
1 ii lienor In which tl kt ts me umiiiU)
ld nt short line r itm
PRINCE BISMARCK VERY SICK,
1 he Iron Ch innllor I imbln to I'irtilie of
I nod nml lll I oinlltloii - ilit
In lie s,.r,,i..
rrleilrloh'tuhc, July 2 -Pilnee Ills-
ninrck Is seilotisly III nnd Is unnbte to
partake of f.m.l. Count Herbert HIs-
mnrek nnd the other tncmbefs of the
nhminellor's family have arrived.
Herlln, July 2 The? tliimburglsclio
correspondent, who lin Intimate relit
lions with the ltHnmrok family. faj s
thnt l'rlnee !lluinrck's health bus been
serious for the past week. He has bet n
slllTerlnit from great ph.isleul depri sl..u
combined with severe in urnlglii In the
fnce, and Is only uble to take liquid
FIVE WOMEN BLOWN UP,
A Itrjrilnl tour I rle to Mil n llnil'cfol
of l'i iiiilit Willi tiju unite I hri 0
Lomotil. Ill', July 2 In Ihe village of
Kntiifo this nun nlng u hut containing
live women was blown to titoms by
dynamite placed befit nth It by the in
jected lover of one of the women. All
the llinuites were ltijiiic-4, tlueo perhnrm
fatally. Luke Hovle nnd Tim Molse
both aspired to the hand of Mollle
DIeis, and When Holse wns nhn'eti
llnvle stole enough dvniimlte from the
drnlimge cltinl vvoiks to revt nge himself
In this manner. He was caught ut noon.
BRIDE OF FEW DAYS MURDERED,
C. O. sanili r shunts III VVHe lit Haiti..
'Iiv., ntul I In 11 1lc.lro.is Ills
Own I He.
D.illns, Tex-. July 213 O. Panders,
forinelly lesldlng In Decatur, Tex. 11
few weeks ugo innirieil Miss Anna Cobb,
of Port Wot th, went to Mexico on a
btldnl tour nnd onme to Dallns about
ten da.vs ago amV took n room nt Cap
tain McCoy's. At " o'clock this morn
ing two pistol shots weiu lic.ud, but
nobody could loin to them.
This, afternoon .111 examination of the
100m occupied by S,itulei und wife le
velled a boiilble sight. The couple lav
on the bed with their faces till swollen
und black and the bodies, tho bed ami
the llnor deluged In blood.
All exaiillnutlnll nf the bodies disclosed
a bullet hole In tho light temple of each
Sunders left a letter saving that the
cause of his action In killing Anni and
himself wns that he hail distovi rod that
sho did lint love blin, but loved atinthei
111.111. nml would In lug dlsgintc upon his
name. He theiefoie thought it best tli.it
both should die.
JUDGE MARTIN'S CANDIDACY.
Iioviriior Mnrrllt lliilnris the People of
Knusis, hi ii l.urgo vinjorllj,
I'lilur Ills Hlei tin n.
Topek 1, Kas, July 2 (Sp.iinl) In the
course ot ,1 dl'eiislun to-day upon the hos
tility to Chief Justice Martin, which has
developed In llepiibllc.in tanks. Governor
Morrill came to the deft use of the 1 hi, f
Justice in the following linguigi ' The
people of Kansas hnve git it filth In the
tlitegilty of Judge Mat tin In nn opinion
there Is not a man In the stite wh his
so Ilrm a hold on the people as 11 whole
lis he 1 think u verv 1 irge mijoiiiv of
the people of Kansas, iircsn-i live ot p.irlv,
fnvor the continuation of Judge Maitiu on
the supreme belli h."
Senalor S O Thacher. of Lawrence, was
111 the cltv to-day and slated to a rt porter
thnt he did not contt tupbite becoming a
(iiiidldiite for chit f Justice. Some of his
fi lends have used his nnnie in that con
nection, but It was not with his tonscnt.
Those who talk ngapist Judge Martin do
not assail tils thiir.ieter In any manner,
but simply assort that sline the Topekn
Journal and nltur Populist papeis have
so enthusiastically t il 11 up his enn II
tlacv. they have bet omu suspicious of
HANGED TO AJREE BY A MOB.
Vtursli ill i:, I'rbe vIim it Willi siioiiu.ity
.liidlcc nt tin. llnnils of Masked Vlen
lu In nn, u, Mil.
Denton, Md.. Julv 2 Mil shall V. Price,
who wavlald, u-sault. I an I murd. n d little
Sallle Dean while on lor way lo s honl,
ami who vesii rdav ii. lived a icspltc
Itc-niuiiK nn npiifti! uii a nt w 1 1 Jill, WUS
alien lrom Jail to-n!ht nnd hnnaed to a
Humors reached the guard early this
owning that inaiiv strangers had bet n
seen in tin outsklits nt town and thut
iMirhlng was probablj th.lrnbjtct Price,
upon learning this, he. ...tie great!) allium d
and brggul to be splnt, d nvvaj, but thu
guards dl-ctiveri'tl in their disnuij that
ever iivinue of i scap, was rut oiT and
were obliged, bj ovi i vv helming niimhi r. to
give up thsii pil-onii Tin Iculim wore
masks, but seveial of tin in me known.
FIRST M0VE0N MR. BIRD.
Altornr) ;. ueril lliw.s His I'repnreil n
i'oiupl ilut Agnlnt ih.t I, mi. is l.iihnr
I iiiuiiiisslnu, r.
Topeka, Kits., July 2 (Special.) Com
plaint has bet n piepand bj Attorney Gen
eial Dawes against Libor Commissioner
W. tl. Hud mul will piobably bo llletl in
tho district court to-moriow, lie Is
charged with oppression In otlbe, the com
plaint all. glng that he tisi d his jinwer nml
ttlii.A 1. ii. r.rie. tlm 1. rL, l t,lu ninr... n.
,,.," ... ...,..., .... ..,, ... ..... uiii.v ut
a poition of their salnbs, which he ap
plied to his own put posts.
SENATOR VEST0FF FOR EUROPE
Uo Will lo CarMinl mid OiuiiT Ihe
W.inr. for III. Poor Health,
Scdalla, Mo, July 2 - (Sp. . Ial ) Senator
Giorge G. ist bit to-nlL.lit for Ibirope
and will sin nd the siiniuur at Carlsbatl,
Germany. The naior hn been in poor
health for the past two jeiirs and hopes
tho vvatirs of the tclcbialed sptlngs villi
be beneficial lo him.
Nn 'Irue nf Mi. HulTj,
Wichita, Kas, July 2. (Sjn-clnl ) To
day Jmmii Duffy leiutnecl ttom iliag
ging Link' liver for st-veiul miles, juok
Ing for his wife, unable, to llnd her bod.
Light divs ago. while kiuadtiig bie.iil,
sho threw lier iipinii over lu-r bead und
tail Ui town, luuing beiu allacknl Iiv
a nervous lit He followed her, but she
eluded him and no uace of tier lias since
been louiid Shu Is the daughter of n
wealthy iliUen of Junction Citj.
.V Woman billed li tin, Car..
Parkvllle, Mo., July 2 -(Special) Mrs.
Vienna George, an old lady who lived alone
itc a cottage near the lailroid on the out
skirts of Parkvllle, was struck by the
south bound passenger train here at 1:.'3
o'clock jestcrtluy. She was knocked oft
the track und when picked up, it was
found that her neck had been broken und
death was Instantaneous.
II ink I losed at sturgeon, tin.
Sturgeon, Mo., July 2 (Special ) The
Kxehange bunk, of this city, has tempor
arily closed its doors on account ot a
shortage of 3,MM of Its cashier, W. It.
Wiuscott. State Hank Lxamlner Austin is
lu charge. Mr. Winscott's friends will
probably make good the shortage and de
positors, will lose nothing.
The easy, safe ami certain protection of
our bread, biscuit und cuke from ull danger
of umvholcsouii uess Is in the use of the
JtSAal JJaUCM I'oucUr only,
ItiN'lsf itv. Mo. July 3 lP
To -ill ti trp let for iAD ti'iltfi'r to lit ) ilf
7rm'i'iiii)i iv'il'idii -.1l'ilrrmm, Si; m-trl
TO -A OR ROW,
The ,th of July, the store will
be closed all day for the ob
servance of the national holi
day. Therefore, whatever you
may need for the .jth, come to
the store totlay for it.
and size that
1. 2x1 Inches
4 4i. XII 111! llPS)
fi ti'vxS Inches
0. 3X11 inches
7. 1314x23 Inches
?. 17'jiicfil Inches
3. 2ix36 inches
iTonc less than a dozen will
be sold at these prices.
We will also close out a big
lot of Flagging the regular
kind from 2.1 to .t-, inches
wide and worth up to 1 5c a yard
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
Almost like going into the
cotton field and picking the
patterns from the plants prices
are pushed to a point so low,
and the choicest weaves arc the
ones that drop farthest.
This half cloven stands for
iVtc Novelty Wash Goods ....
ffie Swivel Silks
T.c Scotch l.iwus
2ie Swlvil Suitings
IV Yv lute Goo is
Keep out all the bugs and
buzccrs. No trouble.
rt. i In. t 11 rt II In
x,,!,...: for 85 cts.
I n. inn
ft. s In. x 11 ft. K in
for 98 cts.
.1 n. x s rt
2. x 30 inches 35c
2. x 36 inches 40c
RiYU'RY, mUl), TIIAYI-R eS: CO.,
FIGHTERS AT CAMP HANCOCK
siciimi nY or 1 111: iNir.itsi ri-:
Illtll I. OlM .Ns AfspiCIOl.sl ,
.Mint of the lint Occupied in Tump Inspec
tion, VVhliliVVns .r. Itlgld Uelilld
Hon mills tint rrogniinino
St. Louis Mo , July 2. The second day of
the interstate drill and encampment at
Camp Ham ock opened cool and pleasant.
The sky was overcast and there were lni -cations
of lain, but that did not det. r a
large number of prisons from coming u i
Major Ueyes, the commandant, had ev.i
thlng working smoothly In camp this inuio.
lug. He, us well as juuny other otlh rs
hero, say this Is the llnest camp they li ot)
ever attended. Every appointment 1 p -rect,
nnd tho drill grounds, upon which in
competing commands will maneuver. Is aj
smooth ns a billiard table, something not t
be round in the ordinary encampment.
Guard mount at 9 a. in. was followed by
Inspection, by regular army olllcers, -tailed
as judges, of tho various commn.is
In camp The inspection, which was v ry
rigid, took up ihe greater lMrt ot the di
While this wus going on thero wore exhi
bition drills by the various commands,
llaltery A, of St, Louis, came llrst. Much
attention was paid tu tho maneuvers of
Troop K, Thlid United States cav.alrj,
which were very striking. Th fame us
Chicago .ouaves, known Horn one en I of
the country to the other as tho ch impious
In their diss, evoked much praise as ituy
went through their unique movement.!.
They were followed bj the world renowne l
Indianapolis Light uriillerv, ciiiuman li 1
by Captain James II. Cut Us This batt. ry
lius been m many prize contests and lio-i
mote bin. libbon.s on Its guidons than any
ntlnr similar command in tho country.
Their iiiovcmenu were executed with pi -i
ision and were commented oil favorably.
Tlie Helku.ip Itlllcs, of Sail Antonio, Tex.,
followed a a smart drill, which drew out
applause from thoe In the grand stand.
'1 hia tompaiiv Is a strong contestant for
the Hist Infantiy prlz.e, worth W.SeO ut
moiKv ami a cup worth 11,000. Iieln- tho
tlisi infantry company to Irdl before thu
pulil.. , their work was watched with mm li
.ni.iilion. After the in ciiuu tho HruiK li
Gu litis, equally well known throughout
tlie country as a er.uk drill company.
A iliess parade and n giaud concert by
all the military bauds at camp combined
cloud the d.iv's proceedings. As jet
nothing has been heard at the camp of the
rltltis of the Inst relay lu the blc'vcle relay
race fluiii Indianapolis, lteglmitd Oliver,
or Indian ipolls, who went to Pocahontas.
Ill , to take the list relay, had not arrived
up lo noun, although, ho was expected
sumo hours ago.
Tno companies In tho V.ointvo class that
had e iiu i ni have not arrived und It Is an
uouii'id to-day b Major Keyes,commau '
.mt of Camp Huicoik, that they will not
bo lute. Thej ur the l'lrtchef Zouavis,
of Little Itm k, Ark, and the Auroi.a 1,111 J
Zouaves Much disappointment is e.x
piess.d that these two commands will lut
bo picsent. This leaves four Zouave com
panics lu compete for the three prizes of.
James Tlerney, one of the sergeants In
the Walsh Zouaves, of this city, who was
injured after the parade josterdaj', Is bo
badly hint that ho will have to be leplaccd
by another man This famous companj,
which was organised In 1SSJ, by Captain
William lleyman, at one time a member C
the llusch Zouaves, of St Louis. and which
was well known in the contests tu former
vcars, hid not dulled anj since hvt.: until
lust week, when they commenced workii's
to briug back their old-time pioilcieiuy.
They aie dillllng night and clay and ex
pect tu make a good showing on Friday,
despllo the shoit time they havo been at
To-morrow morning the contests In the
free-for-all infantry class will begin. As
there nre six companies in this class, all
but one are sure lo secure a prize. The
contestants are tho National Jtiiles. Wash
ington. D. C; Hullene Guards. Kansis
City. Mo ; Company t 1-Trst Infantry, St.
Louis; Phoenix Light infantry.' Da) ton. O.;
llraucli Guards, of St. Louis, Mo.; Jielknup
JSittes. Sail Antonio. Tex.
Secretary Laraont will reach here on.
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