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VOTilTiMB XXXV II T, NO. 3.
KANSAS CITY, JULY 18, J80a
IMUOIQ TWO CIONTS.
ARE ROLLING BY!
So are our Baby Car
riages. Have you bought
one? If not, you should
do so nt once. They are
Prices range from
$4.50 to $35.00, and they
Furniture & Carpet Co.,
1S1G TO 1224 MAIN,
You never feel sure about
even the best butter. One
brand is seldom twice alike.
One of the best things about
is its unvarying goodness.
It's a table food par excellence.
Come to our Packing House
Market, located just across
the State Line, and we will sell
you this delicious article in
any quantity. We manufac
ture other brands for those de
siring a cheaper article.
KANSAS CITY, U. S. A.
; j ,j j .,) , ) t.
f. 1016 Main Street. X
oun m:w DitiNic
Johnson's Coffee Royal.
JOHNSON HltOs,.' I'dUNTAIN
1 lOT Mull. M.
A PROTEST AGAINST BACON.
Democrats if I'll. unite Da Not Want Him
on tlu. Hoard nf Manager for tho
lliilrhlimnii Hi format or).
Topekn, Kn. July 17. (Special.) Thero
were no developments In tlio matter of
appointing a now board of m.intigeis
for tho Hutchinson iVfotm.ttory to-day,
e,cept tlio tecelpt of a letter from ox
Judgo Potots ami a tcmoiiMranco from
the Democrats of Cliauute iijrainst tho
appolntme-' if Piunk it. icon to the
Democratic .. ilietslilp upon the bouid.
Judge Peters, informed t'ho governor that
ho would como to Topekn on Thursday
and consult with him upon the appoint
ment of the bo.iul, Tho governor ex
pects to prevail upon Judge I'eters to
take the Itepufolleun place.
Tho outlook to-day for Frank Hacon
Is decidedly lilue. Protests havo como
in against him from soveiul sources.
That ho does not stand well with tho
Democracy of his own homo bectns to
ho Indicated hy the following ptotest
jecelved hy tho governor
Cliaiiiito. Kua., July 16.
To Hon. 15. N. Morrill
"The Jefieiaonlan Club, represent
ing the Democracy of this city,
do hoi enter their earnest protest
against o upioiutment of Frank Ha
con, of tills city, oh a member of the
state leform.itoiy hoard '
"M. V. WILSON, Acting President."
Senator Tasini-, of Wyandotte county,
has not vet letuiued a posltlvo answer
ah to whether ho would accept a place
upon the boaid.
ronipr.iinlscil With tlio .Nut Ion.
South McAUster, 1. T . July 17. (Special.)
This morning tleorge S. Uood & Co., the
railway contractors who wero ordered ic
moved from the Choctaw- nation tor non
iu)iiieul of roj.iltlt.s, compromised with
the government uud paid uli tu rears due
the nation. und will now he permitted, to
remain in the territoty,
Hun lou by u Train.
Chlllioothe. Mo , July 17,-(Spec!al.) s. P.
Calkins, an old resident of Livingston
count uud oiiu of the wealthiest nun ill
the oiinlv, was MlUd near his residence
by train No 3 on the Chicago, Milwaukee
& st Paul ralltoad this afternoon ubout 1
oclocfc - ? .
j NORMAN & ROBERTSON,!
I ABSTRACTS 1
and guarantees of title. Q
H TeUphono 2030. 10 j:.it flth nu
THE. CRIME OF I873.
lir.MHNKTIATIOS Of SILVKIl CONSttl
LltKtl 11V IIOItH AM) ii.MtM:v.
HORR AT A DISADVANTAGE.
siovr or ittr. timi: ttiiMi.KMr.ti to nt:
sr.wtitiMi ion viiMi.
OUTSIDERS TAKE A HAND,
MIC flt'NN Ol KANSAS t'lTV AMI
oTitiiit oi;n n,i:Mi;s ini uititotiAii:.
The Sernn.1 tiny nf the tlrrnt Fln-tnrlM He-
l.ntn at C'hlrtign Unlisted ns .Much If Nut
Morn Interest linn the I Irst In-
slallincut-.'-llvrr Hud Clearly
tho lint of It.
(Cop) right hy Arcel I. llnlclt, Wi.)
Chicago, July 17. The llarvcj-Horr duel
to-day levcloied into a general engage
ment, repiescntatlvos. of Philadelphia, Kansas-
City mid Cleveland mid elsewhere
pitching Into the scilmtmigc after tho two
principals had hacked each other up to
tlio limit. The otitniilprn who ventured
into tho light Included It. L. HlKs, O. 11.
Curm mid i:. II. Starr.
The hostilities of the day begnn hy Mr.
Horr remarking In a pointed manner that
Mr. Harvey "lead nn ssiy here yester
day upon the condition of tho world dur
ing the fifteenth century, especially up to
tho dlseovciy of America, 11''-. He lend
that statement without Its hiving been
called out at nil by me, ns I had not at
tacked that part of his book. Hut ho made
such nn elaborate effort to show the con
dition of things In the world from lluO to
IRK) that I have taken a little pains to
llnd out If 1 could whether there Is nny
truth in'tho reptescntatlons that ho make,
mid I llnd that hlstoiy leaves him In as
bad a condition lit this legnrd as it does
In regnid to the bulk of tho statements
hi 'Coin's rinuncl.il School.' "
Learned Author.. (Juot.-d.
Continuing, Mr. Horr quoted Professor
Thorold Itogcrs, Hnllam, Leber, Malthas,
Hndtnan nnd others to show "the lot
of the millions In Uurope was rising before
119.', and that of the feudal aristocracy,
with Its tyranny, was ciumbllng to a fall."
.Mr. Horr Mild: ".Mr. Harvey and his
free silver friends identify prosperity and
tho progress of man with the lot of the
feudal nobility of Uurope and not with that
of the tollers.
"Itogers, as well as H.ill.im, speaks of
'the gradual elevation of the people them
selves as opposed to the small number
of the rich nnd noble.' Later I shnll show
that In his tieatment of the present, as of
the past, Mr. Harvey stands as the ex
ponent of the rich anil not of tho tollers,
whoso welfare should llrst be consldcied
by the legislation of the state."
Not to Ho llllcrt.-d I'rnni till) Point.
Mr. Harvey replied: "When I volun
teered to explain thP preface to the
'School' yesterday without waiting for It
to be attacked, because cold standnr.l
papers all over the United States hud
charged that it was a fmgciy, that no su. h
quotation as was theio used uns ever
made from the report of anv monetarj
commission or any other nHlcl.il document,
1 lead from the lepoit of th United States
monetary commission of 171!. not for the
purpov,, of entering Into an aigument on
political eiononiv of the jeurs 1100 to ir.00,
but slniplj- to show that all of my friends
from New Yor!- nnd elsewhere, who had
aceUM'd me of loig.r, were wrong Xow,
I am not going to argue with .Mr Horr
that the monetary commission did not
know what they wire talking about. He
shall not get me at anv point of this de
bate to divert my mind tiom the tegular
in ',-uuii'iil and logical arrangement of the
debate If a man could put together words
that would convince an unthinking w-oik-Ing
man that he was better off to-day
by fur than he was In 1S7-', and who can
i-onvlnce a fa nil" r that he Is getting hlghir
pi Ices now than In 1S72, I would expect 111 in
to t-oniluio a cioud not studying history
that prices rose during the dark ages at
the veij time the were falling, and that
laboring men were faring well at the very
time when they vveie working as the serfs
Of the lonls of i'urope.
"Di. Adam Smith, an abln historian,
whose work I nut Into Mr Ilorr's hands
jesterday, ionllnn. all that there Is in
that monetary commission. Page 117 gives
you the table of the rle of prices that
contradicts every tiling that -Mr. Horr has
"Thus far we have considered two ques
tions, gold and sllvir in the money of the
constitution nnd the unit of value In our
monetary svsifin llxed by the fiamers of
the constitution, and that which esteil
as our motiutar unit from 17W to 1S7J. The
debate is of value thus far In eliminat
ing the doubt that has existed oil these
two points in the minds of tho people
a doubt that has been produced by mlsr.p
resentutlons made by those advocating the
gold staiuhud A leading of the debate
thus far settles theso two questions In
favor of the book we aro discussing,"
Supporting du.lgo lucent,
Mr Hoir: The matter wo wero talking
about when we closed last night was the
question whether the fnuners of tho bill of
178J intended to establish two measures of
vilue. .Mr Harvey criticised Judge Vin
cent for having decided that case in his re
marks jcsierday, but very tamely. In com
parison with tile statem.'nt-s which he m.nlo
about him In pi bit soon after he niado tho
derision; ho even called him dishonest In
that criticism. Now, Judge Vincent Is a
icputabl cltUeu, I tako it, of Chicago,
Some private individuals submitted a ques
tion to him and he decided It as he honest
ly believed was right, nnd there is this p
eullarlty about It it Is right. (U-iughter )
Here Is what Judge Vincent decided "It Is
undoubtidly true that the milled dollar, as
It was then eurient, wns the starting point
and tho number of grains that compose a
gold dollar was ascei tallied by dividing the
nunibor of grains in the silver dollar by
llfteeu. Hut this does not alter the fact
that the units wcie expressed In gold and
sliver. On tlio contrary, It teem to show
that lsith weio made units of value. Tho
word unit was eniploird as- the equivalent
of dollar, and the. .loll ir was to consist of
either oua of two differ .nt things, one.
tenth part of 2l7'i grains of gold or 37lll
grains of sliver, just as equal values may
be embodied In given weights of any two
given commodities, such .is wheat or coin.
A unit of value Is the unit In which values
are expressed. Tho values both of gold ami
silver aie expressed in tho act of llai, to we
have two nulls of value. We have two
units of value. If both had not been so ex.
pressed wo could not have bimetallism "
XIr. Horr also quoted (x-Dlreeior of the
Mint 13. O, Leech, that the laws authorUe
both a gold dollar unit and a sliver dollar
milt, dlfiereut from each othtr In Intrlnslo
value. That -was the reason ho (Leech)
pioposed the law of IS?.' and W3.
llurr Left to Ills Cale.
Mr. Harvey: Yesterday at tho close,
after I had quoted as uuthority for silver
being tho unit, tlio statute Itself, tho lit
terauees of Secretary Gallatin, a decision
by Chief Justice Chase, of the supreme
court of itlie Pulled States, ami otlur nu
merous authorities. Including itoswell O.
Hoir, of New York, Mr. Horr then ad
mitted that the silver dollar was the unit
of vulue, and the record of jesteiday shows
that. Now, In view of his attempt to try
to twist something back into the discus
sion by which we aie to believe him as say.
big one thing yesterday and something eUo
to-day. 1 leave him to such fate as the
readeis, of this debate think projier. (Ap
plause. In his constant attempt to try to discuss
bimetallism, the relation of sliver and gold,
before we get to that which Is in the sec
ond chapter of tho School, ho is trilng to
mix the subject up. When vie get thero
we will seo that neither Mr, Horr nor
Judge Vincent knows what bimetallism is,
and many things that he is now mixing up
will bo cleared and Mr. Horr will be even a
We agreed to take up the subject of de
monetisation, the act of 1873, in to-day's
dtbdtc, and buvitiff waited jgr aim lu t,e.
Kin nnd he not beginning, I now will stttrt,
Mr, Horr Hunt. .More 'I line.
Mr, Horr; t beg your pnnloti. yon mis
quote tne t slate I lust night that t Int.!
not rot through with the unit of value:
thil I had some other IhliiRs to submit, In
so many Words, nnd we did not iiRree to
tako up any other subject at this particu
lar Session, only that we would take them
In n certain order nnd let them run until
we hn.l finished (hem
Mr Hnrvc) . And lit tlml order the crime
of 1S71, as vie rail It, came liet after lh
dlpuslmi of the mill,
Mr, Horr: I am not through with that
Mr Hnrvey! Well, X nm, nnd I will go
nn (L.itgliter 1 Wolds are our ammuni
tion In this debate, rjt.ov) words apiece be
ing allowed to lis, nnd If Hie leaders think
that I have neglected some Mile lslies that
Mr. Horr Ims Introduced, 1 want lo tell
them now that I do It III order lo devote
mv part of the words In this delate to
tli.it which will do them the mot good,
rather than following Mr. Horr's side
track. (Applause.) .Mr. llarve then dls
cussed nt length the net of 171.
Ihn "t'rltn." nf 1X7:1,"
Mr. Horr, following on this subject, wild:
We now conn-to the dl'Ciissloti of the law
which chnngc.1 this nation from a bimetal,
lie nation to u single standard nation, the
law nt 1S71, Willi It Hruther Harvey kindly
names a 'crime" It has been willed that
so long there Is nothing novel In the
name I purtoe to show you during this
ills, usslou Hint no law- has ever been
passed by the Ameiltwut congress which
was more completely and filllv understood
than the law or 1 S73. The statement which
he lead to vm that the schema was con
cocted In London Is a "Impio nserllon,
upon which he cannot piodu.e one s. in
tllhi of reputable truth not one word It
has been a good many ears since IhigUnd
dictated the legislation or this countrj.
They have had trouble to do It ever since
177t.. (Laughter.) They would experience
as much dllllculty now as they did then If
they should attempt it. The law or 1S71
hud Us origin, ns all such lnws have, in
the brains of otperts. The question of
coinage, mintage. Is a most Inti Irate one.
It is one of the most complicated pioblems
with which phlloophliul men have ever
grappled. It has been a pioces of devel
opment from the earliest stages of liuninu
ltvdown to the ptescut time, vvhirh has
given us the present sjstem of money,
though not perfect, ns perfect ns it has
come to be, at this time. If anybody will
read the ri ports of the Confederate con
gress of the Pnlted States, the one that
came Immediately after the colonial con
gress, the will llnd tint nil the men who
even assumed to be able to discuss the
matter Intelligently could bo counted on
the lingers of my two hands.
Mr. Harvey: -Mr. Horr says that I have
no proof Hint the scheme wns concocted
In London to demonetl7e sliver In the
Cnlteil States. When I was a boy 1 went
Into a court house one day to hear n crim
inal trial nnd I lie.inl a lawver s ly "When
a cilme Is committed and ou want to
detect the rlinlniil, look for the mnn that
Is benellted by the cilme." (Applause)
Itp.isonlng by Induction will more Invaila
bly locate the criminal thnn any uncertain
human testimony. Sliver was demonetized
in niiglnuil, and In llngliind onlv, prior to
the day it wns demonetized In this eoun
trv. That wns where the movement started
Hint is another evidence. London bank
ers Initiated the Paris confcience In 3&'7.
nt which Mr John Sherman wns present,
therefore I have the right to say the con
spiracy originated In Ixmdon.
Sir. Hnrvey Hrivrs the Null llonir.
Mr. Horr siys that tho science of money
Is hni d, to understand. liver since the
money lenilets of the wot Id shackled the
people of the world nnd taught the people
that monev wns hard to understand. (Ap
plause.) That It Is one of the dlfllciilt
things, as Mr. Horr once said In his
speech, "It gives mo a headache to think
of It " (Laughter) And ou are not com
petent to study It or understand It.and ns
long ns they can make ou believe that
they have j on In their power. You may
stu.lv chemistry and can understand the
most dllllcult problems or that science and
other sciences that would make n hunk
er's head dizzy to contemplate, we are
told, but you ennunt understand the sim
ple proposition of money, that which you
come Into the use of every day. Mr Horr
has only taught In this dehate a proposi
tion that it is to the Interest of every
selfish mone lender In the world to ad
vocate, and he is here advocating It. (Ap
plause) In 1S73, when this treacherous net was
pissed, there was no specie currency In
tills countiy. During all the soars from
17W to IMil, when it was actually In use
and being tested for Its merit, no one pro
posed to demonetize cither of the metals,
except some inoiicj lenders from Htirope,
who proposed it In 1S.".I. (Applause ) Hut
ut that time. l!i73, when It wns not In cir
culation and was not needed, the move
ment was begun and consummated. And
as one congressman said, when the bill
was offired In congress, "we are not using
gold and silver as money, have not yet
consl.ieie.l an act for tho resumption of
specie iMvincnt, and the introduction of
tills bill nt the picsent time cither mentis
a trick or Is u farce worthy of being cari
catured by Thomas Nast."
OlltNlilers ('flip In.
This closed the debalo for the day, nnd
questions being In older, tho first was by
Mr. It. L. Iillss to .Mr. Harvej:
"Tin. total coinage of sliver hy the Phila
delphia mint up to IST.t amounted. In lound
ntiml.eis. to SlOt. nnO,000: that of all the mints
to $ll3,0fi0.(. You snid Hint the trensurj
had changed Its tlguns, nnd that ou com
pelled It to do so 1)1.1 you not make a
blunder of taking tho coinage of the Phila
delphia mint for the totnl coinage' It Is
true that the treasury has changed its
Mr Harvey: My nnswer Is: First, that
I did not hiiv that I had foicc.l them to
chnngo It, or to correct any mistake, and
net. that the list, table of coins, fiom
which the Jia'.orjO.OflO wns llgured when
"Coin's School" was written, wns boron
mo in a report nf the illre-ctor of tlio mint.
1 do not know now whether them w.-io sep
ainte tables or not. Slucil then, In their later
books, tlio one last out, It Is nil In one
table, nnd my impression wns tlint the one
"School" wns calculated from whs In on.)
table. So that I cannot tell, .Mr. llliss,
whether the mistake was made by taking
the Philadelphia mint or not, but I did statu
the amount at t37,i,0W less silver coined
before 1S73 than was really coined, and nt
tho same time. It was to tho interest of my
argument to state it nt all it would stand.
Here's a Kansas City .Mini.
The next question was by O. II C.nnn of
Knnsas City ".Mr. Hnrvey asserts tint
the mints wero open to the free and unlim
ited coinage of silver from 17'i.' to 1S7.I.
Jefferson closed tho mints In IMil to tho
cnlnngo of the sliver dnllir, and only 1.3(l
of Mr. Hnrvej's dollam or units of vnltio
weio coined up to 18lt), a petlod nf thirty
four years. Was this tree and unlimited
coinage of silver.'" ,, . . ,
.Mr. Hnrvey: Mr. Jpfforson did not olon
tho mints; that could only bo done by nn
act of congress. Mr. Jefferson dliected
(the mints being open to tho free coinage
or all kinds of silver coin) tho mint illtec
tnis to coin the silver that came, at the
option of the people. In 50 cent pieces and
less. It made no difference to thn people
who brought It, whether thej coined It lu
Wl cent pieces or ilolbus, It was all money
Tho mints weio open to free and unlimited
coinage nf silver, but tho dluctor of the
mint, or piesldenf, might dliect what kinds
of coins should be loluid without iuteifer
lug with the pilnilple of law that thn
mints wero open lo fieo and unlimited
some Points About tho Pnlt."
The number of units ioliie.1 In no way
affects the substance of the unit, being the
mcasuio of v.tluc You need not coin a
bltigla unit and set, by law, the 37l'i
gialns of Bllver eould bo the unit of value
icgulatllig nil other coins all compared to
It lu legal and coinmeicl.il latin. The act
of 1S73 made the gold dollar- the unit, and
now. by act of September la. IfcM. It Is nn
lawful to coin a gold dollar, ho Hint wo
now havo a unit of 23 2-10 grains of gold
and congress has said that the mints shall
not coin any of them. Hut, nevei theless.
we havo a gold stundard because the live
dollar gold pieces and ten dollar gold pieces
aie coined with refeience to 232-10 grains
of gold being tho unit of value. (Applause.)
Wants Until In An mi it.
Mr, Horr The first question I havo Is by
James llolllnger. I seo he asks us both to
answer It. I will nnsvver It and then put It
to Mr, Harvey: J hy Is It I have had so
little silver or gold since the passage of the
act of 1673?" Is hU question. It is impos
sible for mo lo tell, unless I know how you
havo been behaving since 1S73. (Applause.)
Mr Harvey My unsvver to It Is because
SOU havo been on a gold standard, (Long
Mr. Hoir The next question Is from Mr.
Molslnger, of Shoals, Intl.: "Was It nivt
right thut under tho so-called bimetallic
laws which existed previous to 1S7J, when
one precious metal Increased In exchange
value, that the debtor had, through the
legal tender piovlslons. the option of pay.
ing in the metal which had not Increased in
It was not only proper, but perfectly nat
oral, and the only way that a man who had
any, sense would iiay.. It was u, legal rlcht 1
that every oti. In his right mind would l.-lk
still Another l.liiestlon,
Tho other question Ik bv II. S. Taylor
"1)1.1 not Thomas Jpffotmn, in making re
port lo emigres 111 1, quote the report of
tlio director of the mint lo the effect that
a great lticteie In coinage of fnicllntiil
liver was made nt the ieclnl tequci of
hankers, liecnnm nf a rteitmnd for fr.v -tionni
coin, nnd to prevent the exportation
lie did nol. tf (invbodv will show tne
Hie reirt Hint n-s he did, nnd It Is ntl
thentlc, I will ngreo to it. 1 have never,
nielf, had tny nttenlhm enll! lo It. It
was lint Hie rrnsnii that the se.-tet.-irv of
stile under his dlro-tlon gave lis for sus
pending the t.vimiBo of tlio nhmdnrd silver
dollar. Ir Hip small chnnge was nearer nnd
the bnnks had requested. Mr. ,lefferotl In
stop Hie dollar cninnite nnd coin the ntnall
UlOlleV, be llllr- HlPV UPeilnil til It tllP tll.t,
I should have cnnl.rre.l it pitriotlc In liltu
to have nccedrd lo ihelr wlslie lie .11.1
not give It In the secretary nf stair as imp
of Ids rea.uis, but lie may have had fii.Ii
reason. I don't know,
.Mr. Mnrr Miiut to Know,
Mr Horr rjiiPiiilnn nf 15 i. Slnrr, of
Clevelanl "Mo sou not Ihlnk, 111 view of
ill Hint has transpired since, that It w is n
good thing in 1V71 m have gone lo a gold
stnn.lird for this country?"
Mr. Itorr -Without any question, it wis
the only ifogunrd for the people of this
nation and the business interests of tills
country. (Long and enthusiastic npplaiise.)
To Mr. Ilnivey Question bv L. it. Pow
ers "Was there ever a report of the di
re, tor of Hi. mint th.it did tint contain
sepirite stutenieiils of Hie i oltmge of the
Philadelphia mint, ami also n siimiii try nf
the coltiugi of ill mint, nnd did the dl
rector of the mint ever make a mistake, ns
h is been said bv you 7"
Mr. Ilnrvej My nnswer Is, ns I under
stand It, Hi.- coins nie reported In ( pirate
tnlilr from the separate mints, and Hint In
another book, issued ol!lclnll.v from Wash
InKton, We get them nil combined In one
tnble. As to mistakes being made by the
director of the mint, mistakes are made In
all olllcl.ll tables produced at Washington,
more or less. Where you deal In so many
tlgures, it Is titterlv lmpo"lhlo to get nut a
book without getting mistakes m It, they
sny In Washington, and I ngrre with them,
that It Is utterly impossible The only
nui-stlon Is to get them .is nenr right ns
possible, and where it mistake does not
atTe t the principle thnt Is being oviinlnod,
it Is not legurdr.l as a miiterl tl mlstuke.
The rurthnr hearing of the drbnte wa.s ad
journed to 10 n in. to-morrow.
A PLUNGE TO DEATH.
IWIINIV C'AttS GUAM! 'rilllOUOIt A
iiitiiKir. in cor.oitAiio.
THEY DROP FIFTY FEET BELOW.
initKi: i'Khsons Kii.i.r.ii omitimiT
AND nt-TIIKN INJPItlln.
VI m. Albert Cooper nnd ,!. C. Chllder of
Kansas t'lty Were Among tho Klltr.l.-
TIbe Afcldeut Oicurrp.t nn the --until
I'e Near Mnninuciit s( cues
Xronumeiit, Col., July 17. For i month a
gnng has been at work here rebuilding a
dangerous bridge on the Santa Fe, n. quar
ter of n. mllo south oj town. More than
three-quarters of the bridge wns rebuilt
and still stands intact.
At 10..".1 this morning the east bound pas
senger train, heavily loaded, passed over
the bridge. The vibritlons ,iued by the
train hn.l not censi-d when n freight train
of twenty-four cars followed The train
pissed In safetj- until within three spans of
the end, when suddenly, with lightning
swiftness, a trestle gave wa and the
whole train fell thiougli the opening, piling
up In a most frightful mass, grinding the
cars Into kindling wood and heaping the
Immense weight on the body of Mrs. Al
bert Cooler, who had Just brought In r
hiibbind'b luncheon and was sitting under
the- bridge. The fearrill crnh wns henrd
111 town and the people rushed from their
places of biisues and homes to render
such aid ns was possible. Conductor Ola?..-
Jumped and was saved, as did Fireman
J. O. Childers, boss enrpenter, saw the
peril of Mrs. Cooper, ami Jumped off the
bridge to save her and was carried under
the ruin with her.
The brldgo was over a gulch known as
Dirt- Woman's gulch and was lifts ftet
high and about 300 feet long. It has al
was been a frail structure and tho awful
catastrophe of to-day was frequentls pre
dicted. The work of clearing the wreck Is being
pushed rapidly Hut for the bodies under
neath, the d.lirls would be burned. The
cars are ground Into splinters, which nre
mixed In with heavy bridge timbers, stone
Huslnes.s wns suspended In town, nil of the
citizens hurrying to the wreck to render
such assistance as was- possible. The list
of killed and wounded l.s us follows:
Mr. Albert Cooper, Knnsas City, Mo.
J. C. Childers, Kunsas City.
Mark Wickens, engineer; will die.
Charles Oaidner, brakeman; will tile.
J. N. 1'rby, brakeman; will die.
James Xctl, hip broken,
Henry Allen, btokm leg.
Chnrlvs Hue, leg broken.
Wullace Cooper, Lamai; head cut; hack
J. V.'. Cole, bridge contractor; broken
Charles Slonehouse, foreman bridge gang;
both legs broken
H C. Jlookerl, heal and shoulders cut.
Shaw, hip crushed, head cut.
Chnrlts Haliocli, baek hutt.
COSTLY BLAZEJN SEDALIA.
geier.il Mure lluriird Out nt n lams ot
(her MO, 0(H) s.ncral I Irriurit In-
Jiuid While righting tho 1 hums,
Sedall i, Mo Jills I7.-(Specl.il ) One ot
the most disastrous tires in the history of
Sedalla bioko out on Ohio stieet at 3.M
this, niotnliig, nnd iaged for two hours,
entailing a loss of over f",0,fl.i.) The stores
of Van Wagoner-llenny Shoe Company,
Oentry & Clones-, and John Wnlmsley weio
desiiuycd, and the millinery establish
mollis ot Mrs, Mnser and Mrs, Moiiuliau
Collier wero damaged lij lite and smoke,
The losa and Insurance was distributed ns
follows. H, (1. Casslily, on buildings, Sl.'.Ot.),
Insurance, J.;,"j0; Van Wagoncr-Henny
Shoe Company, on stock and tlxtures, Jll,
00; Insurance, IS.MjO. tlinlrs- A. Clones-, on
stock and llxturcs, f-vV); Insurance, 7,0. ).
John Walmsles', on stock and tlxtures,
il3,iV; Insurance, J10,(x). Mrs. Monaliau
Collier, on stock, 1100; covered by Insur
ance. Mrs. Mayer, on stock, 100; covered
During tho lire a rear wall fell, burs Ing
live firemen of company No. I In tho itiius,
Frank Kaser, Kryan Cumin ami William
Snsder were seveiely injured about the
bods'. The origin of the Hi e Is unknown.
Hot Wnlllin at Lawrence,
Lawrence, Kns., July 17. (Special.) This
evening J. 1), Kensbii, a real estate agent
of this cits', got Into a petsonal altercation
with Ihigene Wallle, a dealer in produce,
over a commeiclal report made by an as
sociation of which Kens on Is the local
secretary. Tho result was that 'Walllo se
verely whipped Ketison. with u. buggy
(let Hug lteudy for IluslncM.
Omaha, Neb., July 17. A committee rep
resenting settlers evicted on the reserva
tion are In Omaha to-night purchasing 2M
titles, with ion loaded shells for each. They
will he taken to Pender to-morrow and
Captain Heck uud his armed Indians sur
rounded and captured, even if Wood. IlQys.
NEW STEP TAKEN.
cirr rii.r.s aim'licxtio.v which
ii'srici: nm i:it ill iiiiah.
tin: cotiitr mill in in iintLixtnuN,
VI'., ON M'r ll!l;s)AV.
COMPANY IS DULY NOTIFIED.
ONK Ol" tin: IINAI, MOVLS IN 1 in:
.VA-IIMl H OKI's I'ttlltJILlsl'.
An llfT.irl Villi lln Mmlo to limn nu Order
Issued ('mupclllug the Cnnipiny In
nt On. .1 I rimsfer Its I'liint
to thn I'll),
A new nnd Important step was taken Inst
night by the uttorness for Kansas Cltj- in
the IlRht In tho courts for the possession
of the water works plant. The nttornev.i
for the city received a telegram from City
Counselor H. (.'. McDougul, who ls now In
Hostoti, Instructing them to prepare u no
tice, to bo served upon the Irgnl rcpre
sentntlves of the National Water Woiks
Company, Hint on next Tuesday the cits
would apply, nt Hurllngton, Vt to .lustice
Hrewer, of the (.'tilted Suites supreme
court, for a supplemental decree that will
more fully protect the purchasers of bonds
lssiii.d by the cltv than the decree of Judge
Hrewer authorizing the purchase ot the
water works plant by the cits'.
When City Counselor McDougnl left K.in
sns Cits' several days ngo It wns announced
Hint he hud gone tc Hnstou to consult with
the purchasers of the $.".t"),0.O wnter works
Imnds Issued In .in ordam e with Judge
Hrewer's decree. While this statement was
correct, the cits- counselor hn.l nnother
mission when he left the city for tho Uast.
It was to see Judge Hrewer, who was tak
ing h.s vacation lu a little town In the
mountains of Vermont, and arrange with
him to hear the application for it supple
mental decree- at Hurllngton upon the date
named. The application Is ns follows:
In the Circuit Court of the United States
for the Western Division of the Western
District of Mltsouil
National Water Woiks Conipiny of New
York Complainant, u Kansas Cits', De
fendant Kansas City, Cross-Comtdalnnnt, vs. Na
tional Water Works Companj- of New
To the Above Named National Wnter
Woiks Company of New York, Complain
ant and Defendant
Take Notice Thnt the above named
Kansas Cltv. defendant and cross-complainant,
will, at the United States circuit
court room in the city of Hurllngton, In the
state of Veimont, on Tues.las, the 23rd
das- of July, lh'fi. nt 1(1 o'clock In the fore
noon, make application to the Hon David
J Hrewer, associate iustlce of the supreme
court of the United Stntes and Ir. tilt Jus
tice for the Ulghth Judicial circuit for a
supplemental deciee, subrogating persons
who t-'hnll furnish money to satisfy the de
cree herein, to nil rights or the holdeis of
th bonds of the slid National Water
Works f'omp.inv undir the mortgage -e.-uted
bv the said National Water Works
Compans to the drillers' Loan and Trust
Company T New York, date. I August I.
1 FS3. and the mortgage exe.uted by the
snld Nation il Wntei Works Compans to
the Central Loan and Trust Company of
New Yoik. dateil .Line 1. IW. nnd to nil
such other rights of s.ii.i linldeis of snld
bonds or of siii Xitlon.il Water Works
Company In nn I to tin plant and propeitv
or said Xntlonnl Water Woiks Company
mentioned In said .b.iee as the couit mas-
Naturally the trade
drops off during the sum
We cannot afford to
have tiiis occur with us.
It is necessary that this
big Furniture and Carpet
Store should sell a great
many goods every month.
We cannot wait 'till fall.
Aiust have business now.
This Cash Sale means
that you can buy Furni
ture, Carpets and Cur
tains during duly and
August at lower prices
than you can this fall.
Wc are constantly replen
ishing our stock receiving
and .shipping largely every
Out-of-town trade w ho
wish to pay cash for Furni
ture, Carpets and Curtains
will undoubtedly take nil van
tage ot the July nnd August
Grand Aye. and Eleventh St.
We close our store
on Saturdays at i
o'clock during July
re fit mil t toper lo grnnt and ilnrrr in
fav it or -nib p. rsntls furnishing th timney
lo pi) oiT an I sntlsfr snld rle.r.. nnd Tor
sin h forth, r directions to Unit., is M
Ilia, k ipcrl i . otntnlssioner Itci. in nnd to
Hie .. rk ot sld court for the r. .utlon
of tin lir.tcf. herein ns ma) be Just, mil
for nn i,t,rr directing the s. I Nation it
Wnln- Work f'oWipnnv to drlu.r to iil
Katisii I t) ,e immediate possession of
tin- d mt nnd prop.rtv nf nl Wit-r
Wnifcs r'impiitiv tin ntloticl In snld dr.i.i
Kitisis en,, jo, July 17, 1VB.
II. c M'lxil tJAL,
l I' IIOZZU.I.LF,,
I. ' PLVYKKA
II W ijU.Mtt.UM.
w viiNun, puan
vj .. ti vni-iM i st
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i-u.vrr. -i;itnv ii ui;iim v.
'I MIU, I, Mil) KMALI.
Snll. itors r.ir Katisis cits, I), f. nl ml nnd
i 'i os -Complainant
It will be tintlcrd Hint the r-llv nks, In
tho nbnve mill, e, nfler r. questing Hint a
Kienter safeguard be thtnwn iiiound the
tlnhls nf the pnrclmsori. nt tho .(Iv's
bonds, thnt Hie wnter winks company br
rudotel tn Iminedlnlcly d. liver pons. lnti
of the works lo the cltv Thl In II. ute
plainly that the city counselor iiriniig. d
Willi the pun Iiiirpih of the bond tn pnv
the pitrchiso prh e as soon ns the mint
Issues; the siippleinetilal dmec piaved for
tine of the question thnt lias had to be
tleti-i milled by Judge Hi ewer In the Ullim
tlnn befoie him was hnvv the Inter, sts of
the water works bniidhnldrrs could b fulls
plotecled. Their Int. -tests nnd those nf
the vvnti r works company tire mil Identical,
and thes have Insisted that befote n dull n
n f the purchnse pilco of the plant rem lu-s
tho witter works riimpniiy, llir-y shall le
cclve the full vulue of their bonds.
A copy nf tho above notice was served
last night upon ,1. V. C Karnes, nf the
Htm of ICariie. Holmes .V Krnuthoff, nttnr
ness Tor tho National Water Woiks Com
pans. Mnjnr William Warner nnd Hon. John C.
ringe, of the cotmsi I rot- the cits, went to
Sptlnglleld. Mo, Inst night to lepiesent
Hie cltv In the suit brought for the purpose
of ileitis Ing the transfer of the works to
the city bs W. W. Pu.V lie', nt the Instiga
tion of the water works compans-. The
cntiip.iu.v, alias Pavne, wns benteii in Its
attempt tn have the venue of the cae
changed from Jack' on county to some
other cnuiitv In the state, lu order Hint It
might icmulli untried for months In sonic
one of the seveial state circuit com Is,
and tlio case wns tinlisfciied to the Unlt.d
Stntes clieult couit. To-d.iv a motion to
remand tho case to the clieult court of
Jackson county will be urgued at Spring
Held befoie Hon. Isaac C. Parker, acting
United States ilicult judge. If the water
works companv Is defeated In Its apptlra
tlon for tlio ii mantling of the i.ise, It will
nppls for a temporary injunction, ustinlii
Ing Hie .Itv from disposing of the water
TO INVESTIGATE MAUER'S DEATH
(iinrrii'ir Morrill V III llaie the stoic iioanl
of I'hnrltlfs .Make ti ibor.tugti lu-
qulrs Int.. the llnttcr.
Topekn, Kn , Jul 17. (Special.) Cov
ernor Mnrrlli to-das Inforniid the reporter
rot the Journal that he Intended to Instruct
the state board or i harltb-s lo make u
thorough Investigation or the death ot Oust
.Mailer at the T'opCk.i insane assliim. The
relatives of tin- de id man at Hays Cits
are miking considerable stir ov, r the mat
ter since- tile body of Man. r has been ex
humed ami the fact established by -in au
topsy that his neck wits bioken.
A coroner's Inquest was held at Hays
last Saturday and the following verdict
"The snld jurors, upon their oaths, do
say that (Just Manor came to ids death
while a patient of the Insane asylum at
Topekn, K.i , bj- hiving his neck broken,
and we further tln.l that Dr D. It. Dust
man, supoilntendeiit ol the asvluni, inls
icpresented the ciuse of his death."
l)r Instil, in's stnti in. ut.
Dr. D. II Uistmnn. superintendent of the
asylum, has issue) tne following statement
in the .- ise
"Mailer was affected with pirosls, or
pir.ilysls of the brain. He had nn apo-pl-itifortu
attack on June J7, when he was
inm.itosc foi sivcril hours On the morn
ing of Julv 1. wli.ii his attendant got him
up. he se.-m.-d mote uustea.lv on tils legs
than usual, and after lir.akf.ist he sit
quietly on the- settee for i time. Itislng
fiom his scat and moving along a Utile he
annoyed another pitl.nt b getting be
twein him and the win-low and this other
patient pushed him ov.i against the win
dow, causing a little . ut on the fun- Tno
attendant saw this from a little distance
too late to prevent It, but quickly us-Jsted
him to the batluoom to wusii hi face,
whleli .Mailer resisted. AVhen the attendant
turned to reach the tovv.-l. hanging near,
another patient, who had bet n aceu-tomed
for a long time to assist In taking cure of
the bit broom, pushed Mnuer awav from
tile bowl, and being unstendv on ids feet,
he fell over, striking his head on tin- Hoot,
and was unable to rise I w is Inst nulv
called and saw him soon .ift.-iwai.l mid
round him comitose and inf. rr-d that the
blow had lausid effusion ot the blood Into
tin- posterior part of tin bialn, which proved
"I t.legr.tphed to Mrs, M.iuer that her
hii-liiml bad had a fall which ausi-l u.
pl. v and proved fatal, and followed tho
i. legrim by a letter explaining the clr
.unistan.es. A telegraphic repls to my dl
pit.h was r.celved, iiqin-stlng thai the
I, mains !, s.-nt home bs the next train.
In ,u .-or I nice wltli this request, I had
I'ndt rt iki r Stoker take charge of the bods,
ilirady di. d In suitable under, lothlng,
and -lire, ted him to prepare It for tianspor
titlon, and as I did not know about the
llnaneiil resources of the ft lends. I or
d. re I a u-spe. table but nol expensive out-
lit win. ii .Mr. mui.er assunb in. lie tar
nished." BOTH SIDES READY FOR TRIAL,
'the C'eb brnti-.l I'nslor Case Mill lie ('alii .1
Some lllnn Si-vl VVieU sjm i I ll
Cairollton. Mo, July 17. (Spe, lal ) At
f. 'in p. m. the Tasloi biotb.rs win bioiihllt
Into couit and Mi lli.su. ban said tho
slate iv. is rc.i.lv fur Hlal. Colonel Hale, for
the def. ns. said Hies- did not want a con
tinual!.., bill that tiny had three- or tour
wlln. sms lu I, Inn and Sullivan counties
wlnt vvitc sl.k, iinl Hun tiny viante.i an
old. i fiuin the omit to lake their deposi
tions The unit giauted the onl. i ami the
di f use misweicd lead)' for lil.il The
i onri onl. ml a spe lal venire of ftn) nieii
Horn win. h to scl.ct a panel of foil), uud
ih. sin i lit was instill. ti.I tu li.ue tin ni in
court Mon-las IK Nt at 1 o'clock Tin- couit
also Instru. lul the sheilif to allow no una
to assist In getting Hie vnilre mi cm ux
uh.il) snoin deputs t-lli I ill's. This will
mike tin- ease mniu up for trial about
Thin sdaj .
The nidi, atloiis me that the ease will be
in -re vigorously eontested than tlio former
nm- Til. atl.)liie)s lor tin slate ill.- T.
M Hi. silt ban T II. Uli Ids, A W. Mill
bus. L. A II. .111. lav, Bidn.-s Miller. 11 l-
I'bi.c and Jamis I, Minuls I'm tin in
fills. , t'oloin I J II. Hale, L It. Stcpli. us,
li M. Wll on. U P l.o.ii r. James 1'. lita.
ham and T M Hrlnkley The d. I. us, has
about 'J"l uitn. .-. s an I the Mat. will haw
on I' tt lloili subs ilaiui to havi Imp ii
t.inl evidciiii, but it Is impossible now to
slate what it is. Colonel A W Mi.rs,
who has bi i ii it-poite.l to have withdiawu
fiom the ease, s-iss It is talsc.
FRAKER DISCOVERED AGAIN,
lie Is Now H.lleM'.l tn lie In tin, I'niiiiuo
of tiioulugi'ii, llnllmid I titer
I rom Mr, lliivin.
Tieka, 1 is . July 17.-tispe.lnl.) (iov
einor Moridi has retell rd a letter from
Acting Se. i . tats of State Adzo to the
effect that tilt departiuent Is lu ren-lpt of
a letter fiom C Haven, te(on of a Cath
olic chun ll at Ultulen, Gromngtn, Hoi
laud, lu win h tho wiitei states that he
has heaid 111 it a w.iriaut is out for the
ariest ot oiu Uiaker. a dentist, and that
he knows a mm in Hie nrovlme of I Iron
Ingcn who, he thinks. Is the individual
wanted, and will turutsli Intuimatiou that
Will lead to his ariest, especially as he
has uudeistood that u revvurd of sdaum
guilders is olfireJ. Mr. Adze also said that
extradition papers would be issued for tlte
arrest and detention of the man if proptr
application was made to the d. lurtiin nt,
tioveinor Morrill i-plle.l with u full stiti
nieiit of thi case to-day. but what further
steps will be taken by him or the Kansas
-Vliilitnl Insurant-, Comnanv. vtblcli Is l.irire.
ly. lmereslvd lu tU uiattsr, li not known.
U vvs ts t itv. Mo , July 1" isps.
7V)slatiif I u tfrliir i.-.ii'Vr hi lit .ur
7rms-r iln-f lyiVrtf ik .Wnidntini, tS; Invirf
And more on almost any
kind c if (rrificlc vvp't'o 'i'Ic'.-iii-
inu up." Tho cost to us f
figures very little in our
selling price when we want
to be rid of any article.
Some good examples of
our summer selling to-day:
Suites I fur tlio sultry summer timoj
suited just as luccly lo tho vacation i
tiocki'tliook. Us m if a now (. oluin- i
hiis had dii'oon-i a now world a
now iiit'it'liatiiliso world tlio way wo
am niiikiiii: tlio dimes do (loliirhtfully
what tlio iju.irtois usod to do. Tho
now iiiotliods in iiiori'luuidising aro
lorijiou.siule for tlicc pricos:
ladles' Slat- Shlit Wnlsls. of Hue Per nie.
Soke fiont nnd I, i. k, In de- "7wrt
titrable strip, s. tm ttlh ma I. , I ()j
founcr prlie, $l.7".. tu-dii) . .
A pretty lot nf Shirt W lists, nm le ot
cot ibd .liieonet- lull fmnt voke back
huge sieevis, In In liniiopi , r, j f)
J.lnk nnd blue and Ida. k , I .Ai
sttlpes, fur V1'""'
Ladles' Stnr Shirt Waists, made nf Itn
ported Mndrus ilotb, ,iettv Uiemli In
slgns, high i idlnrs, link C "J
cuffs, former pi In, SI. to- . I .OW
Ltiitins' sltiir stl.lll W. lists nt Ininorlcil
':v,1i,.,.i.,,jf'....,,.rc,.,.. "fj 'j: Hv.. ';!' C'l ox ll.!
iv. imp ii.iii tout i mi", ti.i lui'i ,s jp
in loo, t::i: to-d.is '- -'
Ladles' Ullie Hullstc Shirt
Waists, the evtieine sleives,
hluh cullni, a uovelts
Are all around von. You
Qv :.. 'J" a I f-a s you
. v -r, 5-i T
vl k77',?7' Iswing thorn
$VL foi, al.alcd
tw limyzn a n ii
y o tt 1 1 do
lived for a pleasant afternoon or
Look at tlir.sp prioo
l'ull sl?e colored, i lose woven Ham
mocks with pillow and o- ,1 O
Hpi.a.lei the $.' .0 kinds, to- Nl i ft
das for V1-'1"
Close woven SS i cut Ham- rfl
mo'l-s, with spiciibr, to-day nllfi
will be ., ""
We havo re.clved !iiW Silk UmbrelHs that,
were- bought by inn- of our New Ynik bus
ers. Up repot ts that Ihese wero Ih.iikI it
about Half Pi Ice on account of tin- m .ory
making tin in In order to keep then fa. i m
running. We will put tluse Uml.t.lli- on
sale to-das- bear In mind, this, mr i)
new, ficsh nnd desirable goods, .hi I i.ist
the tlnn- when sou can use one tins vi dl
go quit kls.
200 Xi III. ll Ladles' Sergt isllk Uml.re llns.
Willi iinttiial a. a. In anil I'.n- pi W1
ttldge sticks; vvoith f.', Thins- ,N H
lias's )irlct- y1"""
3ii '.'.1 Inch Ladles' S. ig. Silk 1 mbrel is,
with polished wood .looks ind .-. I s- f
Congo tips, woi Hi I.'-. i 'thins- , i)ll
day's pi Ice t-,J-,,JU
aifl 31 Inch Ladies' Twill, d Seine Silk 1 m-bii-ll.is,
with ln.iii'itiil Wiuliei ,m,t
Congo c looks an. I tings ,-, l nri
handbs: woi Hi $i. Thins. ;i
ino 2S Ineli Gents' Twlllid Serge Silk 1 in
hiellus, with handsome el, h.-l ,n, j
Cniigo, li in.-.- of Wales tiook
plain and tipped vvottli $.1 'u r, i nn
I l; Thuisdns's pile.-, Nl M
choice ., , v.t..
After inventor' prices on bonks -i roo.1
time now to pit Iv up sour .tirnni. i hsbt
reading ut timing .ost.
Aliout 3.XI iper and cloth hound books,
selected fiom the slot k. mid a verv snnli
price put on Ihnm be. nuse they have heeii
handled and tho covirs jr. t little soiled.
Here arc n row of tin- manv lu this lot
"He-t Things i'rniii ililght Authors," -
reduied fiom Jl 5(,C
"Thnt Angelic Woman," rt-dinel oc-
ironi 7.'s i)l
"The (itrman Hmptior," redtitcd -,--
rrom 75u -s-Os-
"The Lesson of the M i ter." Henry , nn
James, i educed fiom ii jul.
"Svbll ICnov," Dr. i: II. Hale, re- ,.-
dm ed ft oiu 51 . . . m"1
"Woman of Inipuls,," rnlu.. 1 fiom -
Ihiitiuii- J'lilt- , f
i.UI.I.I-.llllltl, (CM. ,1-1-1, , ..
tiom fcot 2."1'
"I .dora," "Action." Laura Daln-
l) , luuuicii tieriii n.n-
.Mtitha Washington Cook Hook, re-
titiccii irotn .tie
"itirnuby Pudge," "lii.nt Hxpec- ,nfl
tiilloiis," te.iu. id fiom .' e IUL.
"Hurlesques," "Paris SI,, t li Hook," lrw-.
Thin 1, era), redan d Hum i'j. ,. H'l
Con ill Dosic's Hooks, .
ca. I I9C
Hob.it Louis Stevenson s Hooks, .
VU tor Hugo's Hooks,
c.u ll , iyt.
These books nio ni ranged on wide ta
ble nnd loiintc-is so that )ou nuy r.-isily
li it's the ndds tf It be at the seinhnre,
111 the niouutjins or at the Northern likes
-pluits of tool evenings when a tape wll)
be just tin Mil ni. and su can get ,1 pretty
one now for so little that you'll never feel
lliu tost. It's our tltunlng.iip time now,
and this Is tho way Wll clean up:
Ladles' Double Cap. s of Pro idcloth, trim-
inn's iioiiiiiu 1 ,ii. 1 in uroicicioin, trim
ind lu black In lid P'lfoi.i- ,-,r s
Ions llll.-I ill with lu.-, iol- NV hi I
ii blue, weio $J'.ii), now jtij
uitn in i.i.it-iv in mi pi uot.i- r,t,
I. idlik' Capes, made of Hue perforated
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