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ArOTiUiMK XXXVI I T, NO. 32.
KANSAS CITY, JULY II, J895. TWKI.VK IWUKS.
I MM CIO KIVIO CUNTS.
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Peremptory Sale !
Entire Stock of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Fall and Winter Cloaks and Jackets
LOT I 300 Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Newmarkets, Cloaks and Jackets, sold
at $3, $4 and 55; price to close
LOT 2 200 Ladies' Fine Fall
richly trimmed in rur and bilk Pas
sementerie, sold at $5. $6, $S and up
to $10; price to close
8:30 a. m.
IQfl dozen J. Sr 1. Coats' and
Dark's Mile Knil best Six Cord
inuchlno cotton, C spools for....
100 dozen J. D. Cutter's best 1M
ynnl sewing silk, slightly soiled
by handling, per spool
En lioxes Uridine Ilros. best 100
ynrd sewing silk, clenn, fresh
Roods, per spool
3(H) boxes Holding Pros.' best 10
ynnl buttonhole twist, 2 spools
JS boxes lieldlng Pros.' best knit
ting silk, worth 30c; price per
f.W sets Paragon Dress Stays,
worth ISo per sot
2j dozen Klelnert's rure Rubber
(Jem Dress Shields, per pair....
100 dozen ."il-lnch Full Shell Genu
ine Whalebone, worth 19c; per
SOO boxes Embroidered, Initial Let
ters for marking linen, per box
and Fancy Goods.
SOD pieces All Silk Gimps, riltlle
braid and Marabout trimmings,
wo"th up to u'ic pur yard; price
!00 gross Plain and Fancy Metal
c" Buttons, worth 10c; price per
40 pieces Embroidery Scrim, fancy
colored openwork borders, per
600 pieces Baby Illhbon, all shades,
200 pieces Satin nnc Oros Grain
All Silk Ribbon, Nos. f, to U; price
150 pieces Silk Chantilly, liourbon, Span
ish gnipiuc, oriental. Irish Point and fancy
cotton lace, in black and cream, at
25c on tho Dollar.
2,000 dozen- Cotton Handkerchiefs.
good quality, at tie
80:30 a. m.
DO pieces Colored Silk Crcpon,
worth !; price per janl
1 qt granite dairy pans, special..
I'.a 'Ii gianno tjairv pans
li qt licay tin dairy
iiy iiiins .,
In Picplate and
13 dozen heavy T
j cinzen nci
Plain and ictliincd washbasins ....
Itlcerout scrubbing brushes
AS ood potato mashers
Hardwood chopping bowls
Rush chopping bags, all sizes
Ciirl.iin Strotchets, ill ft., worth
!.&; price, special sale
5 shopworn Carpet Sweepers,
slightly i-olled, worth $l.M; spe
cial to close
Best Granulated Sugnr for Mon
day, from 10 a. in. until 3 p. m
15 boxes Fulrbank's Capco Soap,
15 boxes Fall-bank's Brown Soap,
10 boxes Bell's Cream Soap, per
SOft pairs Ladles' Fine Strap San-
nun, patent lip, uiaeii mm i.in,
COO pairs Ladles' und Misses' Ten
nis Shoes, per pair ,
EDO pairs Ladles' Oxford Ties,
black and tan, per pair .,,.,,,.
E00 pairs Misses' Shoes, black and
tan; feizes 12 to 2, per pair ,,,,,,
tOft pairs Ladles' Fine, Slioes, In
broken sizes, worth up to Jl
pair; price to close ,,..,,
ti.i !:.. 1
and Winter Jackets, plain and
juursOis, jjuiui ami
y.su a. m.
50 pieces Surah, Figured China and
Fancy Molro Silks and plain col
ored Satins nt, a yard
:," pieces M Inch Colored Kngllsh
Cashmeres, per yard
50 pieces all wool French Challies,
light and dark colors, per yard...
10 pieces 10 inch nil -wool Scotch
Plaids, wortli C'c, per yard
23 pieces S3 Inch nil wool Dress
Goods In stripes mid plaids,
.worth 50c. per yard
3 eccs 10 inch all wool Imported
nrcd Serges, wortli 73c, per
100 pieces Fancy Figured Challies.
worth Go per yard, price for
50 pieces Black and Colored Cotton
Crepes, worth 12'e, price per
50 pieces Fancy Figured Tollo do
Lalnc, wortli lS'.ic, price per yard
100 pieces Figured Shirting Prints,
wortli Cc, price per yard
5 cases heavy unbleached l-l Mus
lin, worth o'c, pi Ice per yard
2 cases 1-1 Lonsdale Bleached Mus
lin, per jnrtl
2:30 p. m.
23 pieces Plain Satin and Surah 1ft.
Silk, worth 50c yaid, price per I ,)(,
yard J "
Ladies' and Boys'
50 dozen Ladies' flood Calico, Lawn If.
and Sateen Waists, worth 50c, 1 VV
piice fin h Jw
lti dozen I!os' Calico, Percale and Ofl
Sateen Shirt Waists at 12!ic Me, JOj
23 Ladle' Silk Waists, bold beforoQI 90
at SI, nice to close , tjXtlJ'J
2T dozen duellos' Shirt Waist Sots,
worth -.V, prit'o to rlnhO
5n dozen Silk llclts with white met
al InirklcH in faiifv dtlgns anil
Iattcrnu, worth 31u tu .A, prim
50 dozen Gents' All Silk Tcck 1 On
Searls, pike each LUL
100 dozen Cents,' Waterproof Col- Kn
l.trc all sizes, price each Olj
4:30 p. m.
M dozen Cents' I'nlniltiilereil Whllo 1 Cn
Shirts, linen bosom, wortli 50c, i'JU
ion dozen Blenched Honeycomb
Towels, size 22x11, each
10 pieces Bleached All Linen
Crubh. IS Indies wide, per yard..
Si pieces Cream Table Damask,
fast border, per yaid
50 dozen Full Bleached Dinner
Napkins, wortli 11.2.", per dozen..
5 cases Ladles' Trimmed Sailor
Hats ill white and black, worth
Me, pi Ice each ,
0 cases Ladles' Trimmed Sailor
Hats, Jap.tuesu build, worth 50c,
5 cases Trimmed Sailor Hats,
black, white and navy blue, high
mu low crown, each
Paine's Celery Compound,... ,,,,.,,.C3o
Dr, Pierce's Favoiitu Prescription, ,,,,,., Gilo
Ayer's Sarsainirillu ,..,,,. .,i;7c
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters 73c
Fellow's Compound Syrup of llypophos-
Phltes ,,..,.., ,.,,,,,.,., ,.0Ro
Oartleld Tea ,.,., .....,.,,,.rjo
Ayer's Cathartic Pills ,,.,.,.,...,, ,,,Ilc
NO TIME TO DALLY NOW,
T". Big Bankrupt Sale
(If Hip Shirk nt the
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson Dry Goods Co,
Will lliul ill (I it, iu "I hiirohiT
.Si ll, duly IHtll.
ONLY FOUR AlORE DAYS
BIG BANKRUPT BARGAINS.
Mnlto tlio most of tltcst: your money
snvlup, moncv-maU-ltif? l'our Days.
They'll End on Thursday Night.
Xnw for n lit lltiislilni; of this llankt-upt
Sale. To impitrlhil'ii iffsfrliitfr the bar
frtiitis thnt l-ontaln, to plvo everybody an
cqiinl clitincc to ifut thoin, small lots
will bo sold at sot hours. Xotlilup:
advertised ut ti tflvun hour will bo sold
anybody before the time set. Quarter
Hour Spoclal Salos All Day
BE SURE TO COME EARLY.
From 0 a. tn. until sold.
Alt left of Checked Knl ICal SIIIC3
AT 30 A YAHD.
iccial 15 Minnies' Sale
From 9:13 to 0:30 n, m.,
AT lc A YAUD.
Corded Wash Silks
AT b'.c A YARD.
l.Offl dozeni Ladles' most desirable Shirt
Waists, of Percale, of Lawns and other
llKht sheer summer Roods.
Ladles' $1.00 Laundered Waists
AT K) C1LNTS.
Ladles' Silk Waists In choice patterns,
AT LMT. WF.Itn Jl.50.
Special Sale at !):!50 a. m.
AND tTNTIL ALL SOLD,
150 pairs handsome Chenille Portieres or
L-L-T'S $."..r0 Portieres at J2.RI
L-L-T'S Jfi.m Portieres at J3.I0
L-L-T'S $7.:,0 1'ortleres at .'.iS
L-L-T'S 59.50 and $10 Portieres at II.M
Special 15 3Iinntes' Sale.
FROM 10 TO 10:ir. A. JL
AT lc A YARD.
Special Sale at 10:!J0 a. m.
and until sold, the few left of
LADIES' SKAL PLUSH SACQUFS,
all made by the high class cloak house,
Grlswold, 1'almer .t Co., Chlcauo.
1 Ladles' Seal Plush Sacque, 30 Inches
. AT i.X, L-L-T'S PRICi:, $17.50.
5 Ladles' Seal Blush Sacqucs, 10 Inches
Ions:, -- -
AT $S.0.".. L-L-T'S PltlCC, JIS.W.
I Ladies' Seal Plush Sacque, 42 Inches
AT $!U7. L-L-T'S TRICi:, J22..7).
1 Ladles' Seal Plush Sni-que, trimmed
fully with real astraclian fur,
AT $12.fl.".. L-L-T'S PRICK, $2S.no.
1 Ladles' Seal Plush Sacque, 10 Inches
AT $15.05, L-L-T'S PRICK. $37.50.
Special 15 Minnies' Sale
FROM 11 TO 11:13 A. M.
Cotton Crash Toweling,
AT lc A YARD.
(10 Inch German double S.itln Table Dam
ask, AT 30c A YARD.
72 inch extra heavy silver bleached hand
turned Table Dain.isk,
AT 75c A YARD.
Special 15 Minnies' Sale
FROM 1 Ti) 1:15 P. M.
Beldins':-. Rii hardsun's, Corticeill,
TEX YARD SPOOL TWIST,
FiJPU SPOOLS FOR li-.
Turner's lll.iek llrllliantliies, white hair
lines and cheeks. II Inehei wide,
AT 12'..e YARD. WICK Li 50c.
Special 15 Minutes' Sale
FROM .". TO 5:15 P. M.
Cl'TlCL'U.V SOAP, 3c A tlAKB.
Special 15 Minnies' Sale.
FROM 2 TO 2:13 P. M.
FANCY UltESS CHALLIES-
AT lc A YARD.
Special Sale al ::!0 p. in.
AND FNTIL ALL HOLD.
Irish Point and. Mrnssols Lace
Real Irish Point Lace Curtains,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson's prlc. $10.50,
Real Irish Point l.ttee Curtains,
Lloyd-Latz-ThompMin's price, $14.00.
Real JlriibRels La co Curtains,
Lloyd-Lat.-Tlioinpson's price, $12.23.
ICmbroldetcd .Muslin Ciirtalus,
at $. !;.
LIojd-Latz-Tlioiiipson's price, $3.50,
S1.H0 Mack Luxor Silks at idle,
$1.75 Hlaek Uros drain Silks. $1.10.
$1,511 lll.iek Silk Grenadines. 70c.
C5c Hlack Crystal KIIUn
AT 30c A YARD.
$2.23 Hlack Satin Inn-hoss.
AT 51.10 A YARD.
cial 15 Minutes' Sale
FROM 3 TO 3:13 P. M.
Half Wool Cashmeres, black and colors,
AT lc A YARD.
Ladies' Cambric Gowns,
ICIabonitely ti limned with lino lace,
AT $l.n $2.10. $2.ll'l AND $2.05.
See tlicte they inn IiIk b.UKiilns.
Hlack and Colored Ostrich Fans,
AT Jl.OS; WHICH $3.23.
$1.00 Hlack Feather Fans.
AT 50c UACII.
IllacU Satin Fans now OSc.
Sleeve Llulni: Fibre.
19c A YARD,
0-1 Wenched SheetiiiKS,
Yunl wide Hlenched .Muslin,
Special Sale at '.1:15 a. in.
AND I'NTII, ALL SOLD-ALL LKFT OF
The California Hlankets
AT $1.13 A PAIR.
White Wool Hlankets
AT J1.1U. $1.10 AND $1.C0 A PAIR.
DOWN (H'H.Trf NOW DOWN TO
$3.0S AND tl'Ji.
Special 15 Minutes' Sale
FROM 4 TO 1:15 P. M.
10 YARD SPOOL SILK TWIST
FOUR SPOOLS FOK le.
Store Opens nt II a. m. To-morrow,
Mure ('lu.i'S ut U p. in. To-morrow,
Bargains Galore. Coma Early.
1002 and 1004 MAIN STREET,
Wo Ofl'or This Groat Sacrifice Salo of
h '.'-. n 1
At prices never otlorod boioro. It will pay you to
invcstlgato this rrand otlbr. It is tho op
portunity of a lilotlmo. This salo
comprises Pianos ot tho follow
iiiE colobratod makes :
STECK, EVERETT, STEIftSWAY,
Writo us for pricos and torms. or call and oxam
ino tho largest stock carried in tho West.
Cornor Ninth and Grand
riiiiiiirnYinrirnii ni.vrv ifTtri-,
ABULLET THROUGH HER BREAST
.ll Aiiiin SclnviiRler, uf l.e:teuunrth, At-
tcnipti Siilcldii by Mioetliu; Wiiiiud
Loavcnworth, Kas,, July 13. (Special.!
lciivcnworth received a shock nt 7:
o'clock this evcnlnj? In the attempted sui
cide of Miss Anna Sehwai.-pr, 2.", years old,
and a daughter ot Jacob Schw.iRler, u
bookkeeper for Martin H. Donovan, a
coal nnd lee dealer. The ti-airedy occurred
at Donovan's residence, on Miami street,
whither Miss Scluviifzlcr had koiio In a
biifTBy, accompanied by her yountcer sister,
Mrs, Dr. Cannon. Uion ci-.tcrlux Dono
van's resldenco Miss ScIiwaKler walked de
liberately to a room, took a revolver from
a shelf and shot herself, the ball takiiiK
effect about two Inches below the heart
and lodKliifr near the spine. Physicians
pronounce tho wound to be fatal. .Mr.
Donovan was In tho basement ot his house
when tho shooting occurred and Ills house
keeper was In a room allntnln!; tho one
occupied by Miss ScIiwaKler.
To a Journal reporter Mr.Donovnn stated
that ho believed the Miootluir was acci
dental. Friends ot the unfortunate youni;
lady, however, hold a. different view. Two
weeks ko Miss S- hwamer-s mother was
burled, since whit i time she has been
qultcilespondent. '.hls, coupled with dls
.ilipofnrment inn IriviS affair. led up to the
tr.iRcUy of to-nlsbt. The youtnr lady was
born and raised In Leavenworth and bus
lived a life beyond reproach.
Suicide at 3I1IIIII, He.
Milan. Mo., July IS. (Special.) Mrs. F.l
len Payer, wife of .1 prominent liveryman
of Llnneus, committed sulci le last nlKht
by shootlnc hei.-elf thrniiKh the heart, at
the home of her p.uents In IlionktieM. Do
mestic troubles is the only liii. .tsslKiU'd
for the act.
10th and Walnut.
Cabinet Pliotographs ?3.ou pur doz
en. Proof shown and ail
o O C op O O ;
To Mt trade. .Mine's km,, rlcs. I've
m.i't' a pr.e lit il study of '. m lor
thirty years and I know semetluni;
nlinut tlU'iu. Vou hini 10 buy them
and the main questions you want
As for the pi lees, I submit them
heie; you cm i II. and tell quickly,
if they're- rlKht. .s to quality, my
JuilKluent of ijood groceries is the
Kiinrantee of exeelj, nee, I know
my Koocls arc of ilio lust.
0 don't buy any other kind. U
I'eonlo come to sen me once.
twice, three -right ahum; my Kro
cerles suit them; they'll ult you If
you try them: sn will tho prices.
Gunpowder Tea, 2."o lb.! 5 lbs
imperial Tea, --ic inj u uh
Oolong- Tea, 2V lb.: r, lbs
Yuuntf llysun Tea, 2.'e Hi. ; r, iiis.
Inculored Japan 1
pan Tea. 2jc II)
2 lbs. Till HimilKS 2,
Fresh Country Ilntt. r, per lb., .1.1
Freidi I'ountry Fkks, per Uoz.. 10
illKhest I'atcut Flour 2i;i)
Fancy Patent Flour ., 2 10
Straight I'atcnt Flour 2.20
Rest Faintly Flour j.no
llcsi Sugar lining per lb n
I'.illfornla Ham-, per lb 0.S
Imperial IIre.1Uf.1-t lia.on i
L.ugo Clothe Il.i-k- 1 50
Milium Tubs 80
Largo 2 hoop Tub 10
Largo 3 hoop Tub r.u
21 lbs. Ur.inul.ited Sugar, No. 2 I no
100 lb. sack best (Iran. Sugar.. !.",
100 Hi. sack White Sugar I 5o
(S.illon bottles Chow, mixed or
plain l'lckles. u bottle 23
Koyal or 1'rlco's Uaklnu low-
der ,,,, .10
Clothosllncs , 10
10 lbs, llumlny -.'1
3 sacks Dairy Salt ,, ,u",
5 boxes Concentrated Lye 25
Fancy Ilroonm, 2 for Si
Cotton Mjps , , ,20
flold Dust, per pkg., , ,o
3 lbs. California I'eaches ,, ,;
Fancy flolden Rio C'olfeu a lb., .2.',
G lbs puro Crusheil Coffeo.,,,,, l.()
8 lt. llroken Java,,.., , j.oo
1 lb. can Manhattan U.ik low, ,20
3 lbs F.cononiy Il.ik. I'ow 2."
Soda Crackers, per lb.,.,, ft-,
bottles l'lckles -,
2 doz. l'urlor Mitehes , ,r,
10 lbs. Wash So U , .-,
5 lbs. Itjklns Soda -,
8 lbs. Whit-- Nay Ileans 2.
10 lb. pail Leaf Lard 1.00
3 lb. pall, 30c; 5 lb pall W
L. B. AUSTIN,
mis mAiN a rufctT,
o "do o o oo
Avo Kansas City, Mo.
TORNADO IN THE EAST
m:w roiiK ami m:iv .innsi'.v visrriai
ItV A C.ItllAT SlOlt.ll,
SIX PEOPLE LOSE THEIR LIVES.
dm; town almost i;ntiki:i,y ni
stkovi:o 11 v Tin: oam:
In Until I.nriilltli" flit liirm Vu Vnry Si"
rict ('aiifthip; tin Mnnrniuim Ocstruc
t (ii nf Property uinl Oiiiiutu
tn i:iilli'tU(NIlaU and
Tnrrt'iit (r llaln.
Xew York, July 13. The first tornado in
many year struck New York this after
noon and 'resulted fatally In one Instance,
besides wrecking a largo amount ot valua
The cyclone descended upon the upper
part of List JJew York, known as Cypres
hills, at 1:30 o'clock, continued on Its way
to the lower plains district, and from there
traveled to Woodhavcn. One lite was lot
and the damage to property was great.
A number of people were badly hurt.
The cloud was tlrnt seen going over Cy
press hills. It was funnel shaped and hung
very low to the ground. At the upper end
u.is a red spot.that appeared more llko an
incandescent light than anything else.
Tlie tornado swept over the city, wreck
ing handsome nnd costly buildings. It tore
down trees for about 200 feet and then
tinned Into Jamaica avenue at Crescent
-met and went up Jamaica avenue for
about half a mile. Trees were torn down
and telephone and trolley wires demolished.
RikIu In tho middle ot the wreckage, six
.-.in were caught. They belonged to the
Itronklyn & Suburban railroad anil were
struck when In front of the Stewart home.
The cars Mere lllled with passengers and
tlnie was great excitement. Half n dozen
per-nns were slightly Injured. The storm
wrecked thirty houses at Woodhavcn and a
vi iv large schoolhouse.
'llieie were twenty reldents of Wood
haven hit by various objects, which were
' 11 n I through the air. Chimneys sailed
thiuiiuli the sky as though they were no
he.iM-r than feathers. At Woodhavcn 11
uniniti was In an outhouse. Tlio house
1 picked up and carried by the storm
f.ir more than a block. Finally the woman
1 u.i- landed on one side of the street anil the
' hon-e 011 the other. The woman had a
1 mli.ieiilniis escape from Injury, receiving
, onlv ,1 slight cm on the forehead.
,r Louisa Ketreqiiin. of Third avenue,
1 ne ir R.iekiMiy, was killed. She stood In the
doom ay of her house, when a Hying beam
,tiuek her on tlio head, crushing In her
I -kull and killing her instantly. The tiro
department and the ponce were cnueu to
the scene, but the house was a complete
wreck and tlio damage could not be re
paired by the authorities.
The cable and tiolley cars in Harlem
were bloeked for hours by fallen trees and
telegraph poles. Several of the big thor
oughfares wero made Impassible for traf
llc, owing to tlie network of fallen wires
and other ob.-tructlons that had been made
by tlie wind and hail. Tile llorlsts on tho
went side of the city and In the annexed
district were tho greatest sufferers. Tho
conservatories of Charles Amiiiaun, West
Nicholas and One Hundred and Nineteenth
street, were practically wrecked by tlie
1 storm. Four hundred glasses were blown
In in-l growing plants were beaten down
by the pellets, which were .is larije as wal
nuts. The large skylight over the dining room
of the Hotel Warlhrop was blown In and
.the dining room was deluged,
Thirty panes of glass in the residence ot
Jordan L. Mott. at Hue Hundred and Thlr-
I lleth stiect and Fifth avenue, wero
! sniuhcd by the force of the downpour of
nan. auu tue rain snauen ami rumen inucu
of (ho furniture and bric-a-brac.
GREAT TORNADO IN NEW JERSEY
live I'enple Killed, Ileuses lllowii .Vuay
1 mill lireat Destruction to All
I liliuU of I'ropeily,
I Hackcnsnek, N. J July 13. A teriiflc
storm swept oer this section this nfur-
' noon, doing great damage. At Cherry Hill.
,11 small village a few miles tram here, 11
il'-veloped great fury, attended by tlie dein-
1 olltion of tlie village ami u number of
.deaths. Cheriy Hill received tho full sweep
of the wind, und within a minute, after tho
storm btoke, twenty-seven houses, nearly
tins enllte number III thu village, wero
wrecked. The cyclone 111111I0 a clean path
through the enter of tlio place, currying
! everything bctuiu It. Houses weie 1111-
, roofed und thiown down. Tiers weio up
luuted and the imps In tho llelds leveled
to the ground. At the present time It Is
1 known that live wero killed, and tho In
jured ure numbered by tho feeore, many, it
Is believed, tatally, "
' The dead are:
, Conrad Fiilderman, hotejkeeper.
t Three unknown laborers.
A child of William Alliens.
The storm came ftom tho northwest, her.
aided by great banks of clouds und a btir
ling breeze. The atmosphere- wus warm
for a time, and then cold, und then, utter
a second rush of warmth, enmo the tor
nado, carrying death and destruction in its
course. The storm center was about 300
feet in width, und the strip over which it
passed Is 11 mass of ruin. Kot 11 building In
its path was spared; those that wero not
completely demolished wero unroofed or
moved from their foundations, tircat
amounu of wuckuge were carried through
tTt r- - A
$4.50 to $35.
Just what baby needs.
Everything in the
Cribs'? and Child's
Beds nnd Chairs.
Furniture & Carpet Co.,
ISIS TO 1324 MAIN".
the air by the gnle, adding to the destruc
tion The ib pot standing lutw. en tile tru. iv
of tlie New Vol; . New .lelsev railroad
was demolish -I. The wind llrsi took the
iiuif, and landed it a bundled feet away.
Then tlie wall fell. The station agent was
taken from the ruins later, badly Injured.
Tho freight depot wits also wtecked, and
tlie big platform carried away.
Opposite the depot was the hotel of the
village, kept by Conrad Freiderman. In tlio
hotel at the time, besides tho proprietor,
were his wife and three children. Just 111
the storm broke lie hurried them into tlio
street, fc.iiing tlie building was unsure.
Then he returned to secure some money,
unci had lonehed the door to the street,
when the whirlwind struck him. He was
caught up ami hurled llfteen or twenty
feet to the ground. As ho lay there the
building toppled over upon him. crushing
him to death. One or his boys was Injured
by tho falling timbers.
Thu inrunt of the Ahren family was
lvlng in a crib when the crush came. Phe
liouse was unroofed and a Hying stick
struck the child In the head, tearing oft
one of the ears as clean as ithongh severed
liv a surgeon's knife and onuslne; death.
When the husband, who Is a New ) rk
business man. returned, the sun was slimlnc;
brightly, nnd his wife wn sitting nin .
tlie ruins with the body of her dead ciilhl
in bet- nrms. ...
Two of the Polish laborers who were
killed took shelter In o. barn, which was
carried away by the- storm. Halt, nn hour
later the mangled bodies were dragged
from lh( ruins. Thq tljlrd role- killed met
hit fate 1ii a s-lmllnr way.
Hardly n person living In tho track of
the storm escaped Injury. All are cut
anil bruised and many, it li thought, ore
fnitnllv In lured. The latest reports Indicate
th.it Willie Freldmau, whoso fo-ther was
killed, will also die
Alexander Jones, the village blncksmith.
was burled beneath the timbers of hN
shop. He wn.s taken out lmdly bruised and
Hilt to the linopiml. It Is not thought he
will recover. His house, which was lo
i.ited near tlie .shop, was carried along
the trround until It struck a tree, when it
went to pieces. .
IMwiird r. Ohlmoe!; was seriously. If not
fatnllv. Injured by the fall of hl barn.
Tin evclono went through the village,
rapidly and ten minutes utter the Hrst
gusts of wind gave Indication of the com
ing suorm, the sun was rhlnlng. Thoso
who had a chance to escape from Its fury
lied to the Holds and "huddled together
there under tlie torrllle s-torm of hail.
Ait the hamlet of Falrmoiint, a few miles
from Oherrv Hill, six houses were blown
down and a dozen persons injured. As
yet no fatalities have been reported. The
storm did no ""eat damage in H.ikensnck.
The news of disaster at Cherry Hill
was brought 1 re and till tho available
physicians In town started nt on.e for
tho scene. Governor AYertz has been asked
to send tents to the homeless.
The Mnrm swept from cherry Hill to
Amler Cliff. There Its effects were not
so disastrous, for it merely gr.ir.ed the vil
lage. Many houses wero unroofed ami
tn-es were uprooted.
Middle New Jersey caught on end of the
Western visitor. Somervllle felt a corner
of It, and the storm swept through 11m
Uoekuw-uy valley, stripping the fruit trees.
Tlie damage done In that section cannot be
estimated and will probably provo a total
I'l.ilnileld cnnuht a portion of the ntorm
nt ihtri. Skvlighls, conservatories and
I'roenlmus-e.s were battere-l in by the hall
The damage In Plalnlleld will amount to
thousands of dollars.
GOVERNOR AL0NE RESPONSIBLE
Mr. Morrill Mill Ilo It It Kilty In the I'm-
111 1 ,1 1 irui Matter H He ees ll -
Topeka, K.i'i.. July 1.'!. (Special.) Judge
J. F. Culver, of Kmimrin, who Is one of the
prominent temp, ranee workers, of Kansas,
has cnui'cd the publliiitlon of the following
letti r, which ho received from tlovernor
Mm rill, and In tho course of which tho
governor uses gome vigorous language In
regard to tho preachers who have been
assailing him from their pulpits:
I iisree with you most heartily that U
Is a very unlortunato condition of things
when tlio friends of prohibition In tho
stale are tlghtlng each other. I huva
been very much surprised nt what Bconvs
to me the uuraseous attack that have
been made upon im-. Words have been
put Into my mouth thnt 1 have never
said, and 1 have been assailed In i most
uu-Christlanhke manner by men profess
ing tu be Christians. I shall do my duty
as I see It. I alone nm answerable for if,
and 1 muwt be allowed to act upon my
I urn InteiiMdy anxious to ndvunce tho
cause of temperance In thl state. My
whole life's record has been In favor of
temperance. I bec-amo a Prohibitionist
win 11 the law tlrst passed in Maine, In
ISTd, and have continued so ever since,
I do not like the course that a (food many
Prohibitionists have taken, It sueum to,
mo ithat a man ought to be a eomdderat,
fali-iulnded, honorable gentleman, with
charity to all, and still be heartily 111 favor
or the enfori emeiit of law.
In -this whole state of Kaiifas thero have
not been tw. ntv Prohibitionists call upon
mc sin. e niv luaiiiiiiraiioii to consult or
advise with me, mid I havo lieep ht iiou
entirely by them, it seems tn mo that It
would have been In much better tawte for
them to have coino freely ami advised and
tulked the matter over.
The law Is belmr enforced In sovcrtil of
the cities wli. re there are iullee commU
sloners. and I am JuM as anxious that it
would be enforced In all of them a any.
body can he. I havo no sympathy what
ever with the Ihiuor trulllc, and 110 word
of mlno lias lilvcn any encouragement to
1 should be glad to consult with you nt
nnv time, and will cheerfully lender any
assistance that I can to enforce he law.
Yours tmtjj 11. X. MORRILL.
Audrain County for Slln-r.
Mexico. Mo.. July 13. (Special.) The
county nenioentic central committee nut
In Mexico to-day and passed a resolution
declaring for silver, IB to 1, and a btute
convention. Audrain county Is overwhelm
ingly for free .silver coinage. 10 to 1. wi'h
out waiting for International agreem. nt.
Hoverr.or Pram is uske.I W. II. K 11
nuii', of this c ty n administration Demo
crut, what the trances were to carry tins
county against f.lv r Mr, Keiinnn r- piled
that he 011! I ct touch, Audrain- county
with a ten fat rolc
CASH FOR NAMES.
WATPIt WORKS COMPANY OI'ILNLV
(II Midi. II HUH 1 1 1 1 1 M I ; 1 1 V.
EVIDENCE IN HANDS OF THE CITY
co.Mi'ANV nt) ist ro iiot.ai:i: up its
I.N.M-NCI ION I'AtlU
WHAT A CITIZEN WAS OFFERED,
iivi: ni-N't)iti:t) imh.i.a its ti-in, woui.u
Mo. 'tin: 11:1 irio.v.
I'lie tln-ttitwi en I Atleccd to Ilo n
Mcmtier of lini P0II110 I'orco A
New hull .May lie I lied
It 1.1 openly chnrp;cil l several prornl
netit citizens that tho water works com
pany 1b rcflorMnu to ttnilerlund methods
in Its struggle, to prevent tlio city from
uht.ilnitifT posRo8lon of tho w.ttor works
plant. Certain ot tho city's counsel In
the litigation which has Mated so lonu
st.ito positively that tho city Is In pos
Sfsslott of such Intorinatloti n proves
conclusively thnt tlio water works com
pany, through a socond person, la nt
trmptlni; to buy taxpayers to sign tho
injunction papers nskltu: that the courts
restrain tho city from dlspos'itc ot the
water works bonds, tho sale of which
gives the city, by a decree oi the federal
court, the ownership of the plant.
Tho city's claim of nttomptstl fraud is
not based upon hearsay or conjecture,
but upon facts. It Is well known that
the water works company hns opposed
every move which tends to sottlo tho
Witter works dispute, and It Is nlro
known that AV, ,W. Payne Instituted tho
Injunction proceedings referred to. Hut
Mr. I'ayno Is not a heavy taxpayer and
It was deemed advisable to sccura the
names of several taxpayers upon the
Injunction petition. How to do thl3
war, the question.
A prominent citizen of Kansas City
told yesterday how this was to be done.
It was he who pave to tho city the tlrst
Intimation of the movo to be made by
the company. This gentleman called on
ox-City Counselor ltozzello yesterday and
told his story.
Yesterday morning ho was In a lending
tailoring houso ot tho city, talking to tho
proprietor. In the rear ot tho shop ho
saw a warm porsenilt friend of his ainl a
man who draws a salary from the ciiy
for serving the people. Tho public s. r
ant. who Is a member of tho police de .11 -tnent,
had the narrator's friend bu:-!-holed
and was talking to him earnest I.
Tho narrator's friend was evidently - -cited
over the matter being discussed .11. 1
his perturbed appearance caused tho gen
tleman to n.sk What the trouble was. Th.
police department attache seemed nnhov I
nt this, but Ids countenance cleared wh. n
tho man ho had been talking to answer. 1
carelessly that everything was all right
At the same time the couplo walked slowly
toward the front of the store and the city
employe asked the narrator to go out and
take a drink. The Invitation was nccepte I
and the trio adjourned to tho nearest sa
loon. After the drink bad been dlspo.se t
of tlie nairator's friend nBked tho city
oillclnl to excuse him a moment, as he
wished to speak to the narrator. Then ln
drew the prominent cltlsson aside nnd b.,i I
lie Wanted .id v lie.
"I want a Utile advice. Thla man has
offered mo a neat sum If I will allow my
name to bo placed upon the water works
company's injunction petition. Wh.it
would you do about It?"
Tho gentleman, who is heartily In favor
nf municipal ownership of tho water
works, responded quickly:
"I wouldn't consider It for 11 moment -not
If tin y unVrcd mo JlM.ilOO."
"Jtut I understand that several people
have signified their willingness to sign tho
papers," said the friend. That started th
narrator tu thinking and ho resolved to
notify tho city's counsel ot tho attempted
fraud. He asked the man who hud been
approached us to the amount offered. The
reply was: "Two huudrid and llfty doi
lars, anil then ?roo."
The narrator advised his friend to hold
the "K)-betw.en" oft ror awhile, and namel
ll place while they could meet later.
Tho trio separated and the narrator went
nt oik-o to Mr. Iliiz.elle's olll' e. There he
told his story. Tlio man who had been
nppioaehed unit to tlie ippninted meeting
( nut limed 011 t'uo "
THAT FIT TO A
The handsome' and best 5
made to order Pants in the city.
Elegant goods, excellent quality.
F. B. ROBINSON
Tho fo-()per.itbo Tailors.
824 Delaware St.
J 1ST liLLOW TUE JUNCTION.