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VOTiUiMB XXXVTI1. NO. 41.
KANSAS CITY, JULY 23, 1S9.5.
IMMCIO TWO CENTS.
A FIRM HAND NEEDED.
ant. TCAt.t.nrs cask iuijtiiti: so.mi:
tiiimi aioiti: than talk.
FRANCE'S STRANGE ATTITUDE,
stn: An.ot,fTi:t.r hi:h"k accrssio
TH; IMl'llls()M:l HANNAH.
PUBLIC SYMPATHY AROUSED,
sthomi Pitr.s'Miiti; ai.tni: on Tin:
statu ni:iit rain.N r to act.
A lint her t'nue of Com pliilnl Against Prance.
Is In the t'ano of Walter Urnr, A tin
Wn Deported It limit Trial imil
ainclo hi "nlTcr Hardships, AN
though nil Amerltmi Ctllcn,
Washington, July !. Tho negotiations
with the l'rpiich government respecting the
case of cA-U'i'lted States Corn-ill Waller,
who Is now under confinement in n rrctuh
Jill ul Marseilles, arc In u most uns.itls
factory shaiie, nnd thK too, In Kpltc of
the host efforts! of the cleiurttuent ev
erted through Ambassador P.ustls to sc
enre Justice for Waller. It Is becoming ev
ident that If nn thing Is to be accom
plished It will bo only by the display of a
much mora determined etand than has et
been assumed by our government. let
ters received here from the prisoner phow
he Is still a stick man, suffering from con
gestive chills and much weakened and de
bilitated from his confinement and tho
change in climate.
Great pressure has been brought to bear
upon the mate department to Induce It to
secure justice for Waller, anil many prom
inent men have Interested themselves In
the case, two senators from Kansas, of
which state Waller Is a citizen, have been
particularly energetic and Senator Martin
has called In person at tho state depait
inont to urge prompt netlon.
The department, some time ngo. Instruct
ed Mr. I'ustls. our ambissndor at Paris,
to make .1 thorough Investigation of Wall
er's case, to see him and procure a copy
of the recoid of the cnuit-mirtl.il sdiowlng
tho eIdenee on which Waller suffered the
extraordinary scveie sentence of confine
ment for twenty years.
Tho ambassador lias not been very suc
cessful In executing his instinetlons.though
it appears that ho has done all In his pow
er to carry them out. 1'or ono thing, tho
Trench government Ins absolutely refused
tho ambassador the right to see Waller
personally, a veiy extraordinary nttltudo
to assume where the rights of an Ameri
can citizen are concerned.
Then It has failed so far to supply tho
ambassador with the desired copy of tho
cpurt-martlal record In order that our
F icrnmcnt might satisfy itself of tho suf
tlrjincy of the evidence on which Waller
It Is slid by Waller's friends here that
altogether tho proceedings wore extreme
ly irregular and a travesty upon justice.
The fact that Mr. lhistls has as jet been
unable to securo anything like 11 record
appears to give weight to these statements.
Then as to Paul Uray, Wallei's step-son.
It is clear that lie was deported from Mad
agascar and suffered hardships without
the vestige of a trial or any legal proceed
ing', and as ho is an American cltUen, thH
must foini the subject of a demand for re
dress. Altogether, tho case Is one threat
ening to hold out many difllculties in tho
w.ij of amicable adjustment, but In vlow
of the pressure vvhith is being exerted on
the state department, it may lie assumed
that it will endeavor to do so before con
gress meets again, and tuo subject is fur
ther complicated b insti actions from tho
legislative branch similar to thoso which
formed the basis of action in tho Mora
Helped tho Christinas to rstnpe.
Oklahoma City. O T July 02. (Special )
Deputy Sherlfi Deford mid posse arrived
from Temmsch to-night with W. H. Carr.
Hank Watts and Joe Christian, charged
with assisting the Christian boja to escape
from jail, some two weeks ago. It is said
tho proof Is overwhelming against them.
Jesse bTnlc), Hob Christl m'.s sweetheart,
has been arrested and lias confessed, and
six 01 eight minor momhris of the gang
ate also under arrest. The Christian hojs
Do you cravo those delicious
food products which are ploas
inj to tho tasto? Do you not
liavo a groat deal of trouble in
gotting good tablo butter? Then
why not iiio our
which is always palatable; al
wayb wholesome, alwnva uni
form V Coino to our Packing
House, located jiiht across tho
State Line, and wo will boll you
this dolicioua article in any
quantity. Iiomombcr, it will
kcop awcot for an indefinite
Armour Jr ticking Lo.
KANSAS CITY, U. S. A.
Select your decorations and let
us have your home newly papered,
the Hoots nnd woodwork lellnlshed,
to that on )our rutin n )oui house
will bo llku new, und ail with no
bother and at
NORMAN & ROBERTSON,
AND OUARANTEBS OF TITLE.
TvUphen 803. 18 Xail h Hi.
and their rcmpinlons nre surrounded In
the Seminole countrj, nnd will be raptured
or wlpivi out of pximpihf. I'or irnrs the
rang Ins Mm thlnR with a high htunl In
the Seminole countrj, nutr-tglng, Justice
and ere nine a ri Ign of tirror.
AN OLD KANSAS OBLIGATION,
State Sirlp for nlno Issued In IHMI sent
I'rniii .New lliiiupslilrp Inr t ollertliiu.
Topekil, Nik, Jul) -(Sppi lal ) Sllur
thiv iifleriloon the insider of one of To
ptkn's lunks presented the following cer
tllhate of Indebtedness lo Hie Rtato treas
urer and asked for Its pn.vmcnt, together
with Interest, In behalf of a Concord, .V.
If., bank, which had forwatded it for col
lection; "Proclaim liberty throughout tho lind
nnd to alt the Inhabitants thereof."
No ion. ji.
This Is to t crMfi tint George W. Smith,
or bearer, Is entitled, on presentation, to
receive from the treasur) of the
, STATC OP KANSAS
One hundred dollars, with Interest at ten
per cent per annum, as per bill tiled.
J 11 LA Nil.
, . . Ch'n V.. Com. Kansas.
Atlest! J. K. UOODIN". Scc'P).
The st.ite treasurer declined payment on
the ground that no tnonev had been placed
at lil ll8ponl for the pu)iiicht of o-"Is
incurred so long ago ns lvn.
Hut the bit of paiclimenl represents an
honest debt. Just tho same, and was Issued
by the full nut liorltv of whnt few odds
nlul ends of law there were In force In
Kansas at the time It was Issued. At the
free state convention at Illg Springs on
Septcmbet lli-sn, iva, a territorial executive
committee wns appointed composed of the
following men: James It. l.ane, C. K.
llolllday. .M J. Pnrrott, P. C. Sehuvlcr,
(Uoige W. Smith, (1. W Hrowu and J. K.
Ooodln. Jim l.ane wns made chairman
and J. K. Ooodln sccrctarv, unit Hipmi two
were ctnpowcrd to draw scrip In pa)
ment of .the expenses of tho convention
which framed what Is known as the "To
pekn Constitution." This bit of serin Is
undoubtedly part of the money earned by
George W. Smith ns a member of that
convention nnd the executive committee.
It Is known that uch scrip was Issued to
the amount of $1.V-V,.ia on tho understand
ing that when Kansas entered the Union
she wns to provide for Its pa.vment.
The fleorge W. Smith to whom this scrip
was drawn was a prominent personage In
the early das of Kansas. He was one of
the six prisoners kept under guard bj the
United States dragoons at Camp Sackett
near I.eeompton for six months on the
iharge of high treason for the part he was
taking In bringing Kansas Into the Cnlon
as a free tate Ills fellow prisoners weie:
Oalus Jenkins (artcrward shot and killed
bv Jim l.ane). lieorge W. Drown, John
Iltown. Ji. (son of old John Mi on 11, of
Harper's feny fame), O W I)elt7ler nnd
H. II. Willi mix. Chief Justice I.eeniupte
had Issued Instructions to his grnnd Jury
to Indict these men for high treason and
it was done Oeorge W. Smith was a tcs
Idont of I. iwrcnce, is indeed were all of
the prisoners. In srS Smith was elected
governor of Kansas under what was known
ns the "I.eeompton Constitution," but the
state was not admitted nnd he nover took
his seat Governor JInrrlil was elected to
the tPirltori.il legislature at tho same
Judge Smith, as he was known during
the later vears of his life, died at Liw
rence on October 2S, 1ST'. It Is Impossible
to tell how this scrip which bears his name
ever drifted to New Hampshire. The Con
cord bank sent no further Inform itlon
than the statement that It had been de
posited there for collection.
LEE JIM NUN LAID TO REST,
Oner r Doings at tlm lluriiil of n Clilnninaii
.s.tld to llo a .Mason Tllousinds
Pittsburg, Pa., July 2.. Iee Jim Nun, a
Chinaman, who lived at Derry and died
one week ago, was hurled hero Sunday
with Chinese and aiasonlo rites. He was
a Mason nnd more of that oidcr than Chi
namen were at tho grave. Iyco Tom aia,
of Cincinnati, whose other name is Itev.
V S. Thomas, had thai go of tho ceremo
nies, rive bundled dollars were subscribed
b) the aiasons to cover expenses. One
thousand persons attended the ceremonies
In front of the house. The) consisted in
placing two tables on the sidewalk On
the tables were placed a large roast of
meat, two joisted chickens, a piece of fat
pork, nuts, oranges, apples, c.ind), rice
and tea Tho cotlin stood on two camp
stools In the glutei. Joss and Incense sticks
were burned and Chinese holy water was
spilnkled on the remains In the cotliu
were mono), towels, soap, combs, .1 fan
and something to drink. One c)e of the
dead mnii was wide open. This was re
carded as a good omen by tho Chinamen.
Dan Do, of Chicago, on lioisebaik, led the
funeral pioeesslon, lie carried a laige
three-eoincred red banner and an ugly
looking knife by his side, which he swung
thiough the air in a menacing manner to
drive uwaj the bad spirits. Behind him
was a band of music. All the eatables,
money and other olferlngn were thiown
Into the giave. Five thousand people were
at the ceremony.
i)i:.viii or ax r.x-rso niixon.
Hon. Alexander II. Hire, of ainssaclinsetts,
arelrose, aiass., July 22. Hon. Alexander
H. Illco, ex-governor of ai issuchusctts,
died at the Iatigwood hotel hero this aft
ernoon of pirai)sis.
Tho ex-governor had been at tho hotel
slnco June 1. A week ago ho had a sec
ond shock of paralysis and steadily grew
weaker. At ills deathbed were his wife,
his son, Colonel John Hlcc, and ids daugh
ter, .Mrs. Davlcs.
A leak In tlio 'Ircimnry.
Washington, July 'Ji (Special ) Treas
111 y olllclals Intlmato that they have dls
loveied a leak In tho revenues from .Mexi
can oies, amounting to about .M0.no0 for
tho last fiscal lear. aiost of this ore
upon which false leturns by government
olllclals are said to Invo been made was
.shipped to Kansas City. Tho .scheme
wheriby tho government Is believed to
have sullen l this loss, is thought to have
originated In the ussaylng plants wheru
the silver lead bearing ores weie tested
This work, so far, has bepii done under
mulr.ict, und it is now intimated that
tho inntract system may be abolished and
tho government erect plants nnd do Its
Indian Claims May llo I),'la)ril.
Washington, July 22 (Special ) Colonel
Wisdom, .Muscogee, Indian agent at Hie
Dillon ugency, H off for the West, after
sending some tlmo lieie looking after de
naitmental nutters. Owluu'lo the lapldly
lui'ieasliig dellclt In the. treasury, It is
said, Interior olllclals have been given
pointers to discover technicalities. If pos
sible, in claims calling for the pa)ment of
money, and in response to this suggestion,
It lias been dlsinveied th.it lliero is some,
thin,? wrong with tho roll of the old set
tlers of tho Cherokees, which mny delay
Ii)tnent of their ilalm for JSOO.OOO, as well
as ictard other sums due parties In the
Dr. Duller t'ommltH I uleldp,
Louisville, K) July i!.-l)r, Samuel T,
Butler, u prominent dentist of this city,
committed suicide at tho Louisville house
to-duy by taking motphine. Butler had
been on a spice for seviral da)s. He was
liiomlnentl) connected in Virginia and was
closely related to State Senator Butler, of
that state. He came to Louisville some
llfteen yeais ago under tho assumed name
of Dr. W.oles and established tho W.i)les
Dentist Company. He amassed a fortune.
Several )Pars ago he pall otf an old debt
of I1A) that he owed in Vilgiuia nnd tin-11
assumed his right mine. Dr. Butler Is le.
puted to bo worth several hundied thous
After u Telephone Couipuiy.
Wichita, Kas, July 22,-(SpetIal.) A
blow was stiuek here to-night at the llls
sour and Kansas Telephone Company by
tbti city council. The tumisin) lefused
to icdiicc the monthly tolls und the coun
cil Imposed u license tax of $10 per month
on c-.uh 'phone, and passed an oidlnunce
Imposing 1W lino 011 any peisou using a
'phone until tho company pays the tax.
Tho company will not comply with tho or
dinance, but the patrons will not run tho
ilsk uf being lined and the re.ult Is not
diillcult to foresee..
"The Jtojal Baking Powder Is a cream
of tailar powder of u high dcgiee of merit,
ami does not contain either alum or phos-
ijuavco, ul uu tnjuiiuus uosidiiccs.
. "K. G. LOVE. Ph D.."
' T-atA Tf. a Onu. rh,nlc
"Vi. u. LOVE. Ph D.."
11 Ji. & fiau't Ctttolst.
AN UP-TO-DATE TALK.
HAItVHV ANtl llOltlt ('tlNt'lNR Tlll'ltt
Atimnn-.Nis i i.ivimi isshm.
MR, HARVEY IN GREAT FORM,
ant. imitit'H oitAsr
A MOST INTERESTING DEBATE,
IH' CIIKAI Ml.VllIt AMI
.Mr, llorr Oppiicd I be lllsriis.lon by tlpnil'
lug Tram aiauuiiprlpt and "Ait Prompt
ly .Met by llr. Ilarvp), lio
Hud the Logic mill I'm U
All on Ills Mile.
Chicago, July 22. "flack Diles" were
thrown to the dog to-dur In the debate
between llorr tttil Harve). It was more
than ever a case where (ircek met Creek,
and Interest In the tug of war heightened
at one when If was seen the days of
Perlcle, s well ns 17'U, 1S71 nnd other
years, 110 matter how historic or Import
ant, were all barred mote or less In favor
.Mr. llorr lteuds Awhile.
air, llorr opened the dispute with n
written argument, touching tho Impossi
bility of maintaining a Ilxed ratio between
gold ami silver. As the lcsult of expe
rience, nil the cHlll7ed nations of the
globe had discarded silver ns a standard
money. It was mcless lo exploit long
tables of ratios to show whether a double
standard mild bo maintained The world
had pionouuccd against silver.
.Mr. Barter Wools 1111 I'.xptamilloii.
air. Harvey said he had been called on
bv letters nnd telegrams to give state
ments by HI line, lngalls and others ton
corning the demonetization act Ho s.ild
that tho words at his disposal In thu de
bate would not admit of it.
Taking up .Mi. Horr's eulogy of Sennlor
Morrill, delivered on Saturday, he chuged
that Senator Morrill erred In s.i)ing that
no sliver dollar had been coined for fortv
years prior to 1873. air. Harvey read from
the report of tho director of the mint,
showing that silver dollaia In greater or
less amounts had been coined nearly every
)oar. The fact was that .Mr. atorrlll was
a bank stockholder with a b ink stock
holder's prejudices. He called on air. Iloir
air. llorr said that Mr. Morrill nnd not
meant to s ly that not a dollar had tieen
coined, but that noun to speak of 1 id.
At most It could only bo said that air.
aiorrill had made a mistake, air. H.itvey,
In his book, hud made a mistake, a bad
one, in staling the amount of silver lint
had been coined during the life of the
Mr. Horr declared that tho insinuation
that because Judge aiorrill was 11 n owner
of bank stock lie was not to be believed,
wns too contemptible for Consideration.
A l'a t In lllator).
aiv. Hnrvcy said that In raising tho
point of tho colnago of silver pi lor to IS" I,
he wanted to establish a fact In history
which had been obscured by false state
ments that such coinage had not taken
place. He wanted to nuke this answer
In the piesence of the gold men. I'io
ceedlng, air. H.uvoy said he did not mean
to letleet on any man's integrity because
lie was a bank stockholder. Ho meiely
wanted to show that men were sweived
in their expression of facts by their in
terests .Mr Harvey then defined scientific bi
metallism to be the fne coinage of both
gold and silver at an assumed ratio, a
change In the size of tho gold dollar when
ever the parity between the gold and sll
xer coins should require, the option to
both Individuals and the government to
pa) In tile cheaper metal. He held that,
under these circumstances, silver would
not depreciate, becausf there would be an
unlimited demand at the l.itlo fixed bv law
and no man would sell his bullion below
the price at which he could have it coined
Mr Harvey submitted a table to show
that from 1S7 up to 1S7J the commercial
ratio had lemnlned remarkably eloso to
the legal ratio, notwithstanding tho d
nionctUatlon of it by Knglnnd and another
of the great nations of tho old world.
llorr Impugns Kntlo.
.Mr. Horr said this matter of ratio lias
llttlo or nothing to do with the (mention.
The fait was that all of the civllled nn
tlons of the world refused to rccognlza
sliver except at Its bullion value. I'or us
to attempt free coinage alono was another
matter. -Mr Horr then took up the prop
osition of air. ll.uvey's hook that making
the dollar of one-half tho present value
would double the value of ever) thing In
the I'ldted Slates except debts. .Mr. Horr
pronounced this absurd, si)lng we might
as well say that if w, cut our yard sticks
in two It would double the amount of
cloth In the conntr). Ho said air Harvey
seemed to bo "stuck on" sweet "hi to 1."
In Ids hook he tuoposed to keen metal
values at a parlt) by reducing the amount
of gold In the gold dollar. Carried to Its
legitimate results me ratio would uccomo
lt to 2 or 3.2 to 1.
air. Harve) proceeded to argue thit holh
gold and sliver were the measure of values
until lc73. Beferrlng to the cutting of tho
vaul stick in two, .Mi. Harvey said that
the -old men had doubled the jard stick
in JS7J He asked whether, If half the gold
were destro)ed. the value of the gold dol
lar would not be doublid
air. Horr shook his head.
Mr, Harvey said he would Illustrate It
In another way, which tho farmers would
understand. If half the wheat crop In the
I'nlteil States weiu destio)ed, would not
the pilcr of wheat on the Chicago board
of tiado lie doubled? In demonetising sil
ver In 1S71 the gold yaul stick li.nl been
doubled, Tho fi lends of sllvci weto mere.
ly asking for the restoration of tho meas
uro b) readmitting silver to coinage.
air Horr. In repl) to thu clinigo that
the demonetisation of silver cut the value
of products in two, said that It that were
true, prices would have at once droppul
no per cent. The fact was thu the) did
not. If the destruction of half the wheat
crop would raise prices four fold, tho de
monetization of silver dlil not destroy It
Hemming to the attack, .Mr. Horr said
that ail. Hnrvcy did not eaie for ratio
What ho wanted was u cheap dollar and
the cheapening of tho emoluments of la
bor, Tluit was the most prosperous coun
try in which Its workmen were best paid.
Bear Bnllnra nnd Cheap Dollurn.
air. Harvey said that a dear dollar and
a cheap uouar neru conipaiauvu leims 10
be measured, by a mans circumstances.
If u gold dollar were worth more than a
sliver dollar, some more costly substance
might be found out from which to mnke
dollars He said he did not propose to
allow Mr Horr to posu as the friend of
the laboring man. The gold men had
thrown some four millions of vvorklngmen
out of emplov mem, and had put some of
them In prison because they objected to
having their wages decreased,
air. ildtvey promised at the proper time
to show the loirlcnl relation of the gold
basis to thu worklngmaii,
Pro.perll) of the Country,
Jlr. Horr said it was In 1479 that we re
sumed specie pa)inent. and the only mon
ey of final redemption was jjold. He
asked, was distress abroad In the land
from that oul The fact is, the years from
1873 to 1SW found our people better em
plo)ed and at better wages than in any
other same number of years since this
government was formed. (Applause).
"Kour millions of men to-day out of
employment? Where did )ou got )our
Mr. Harvey: "I said from two to four
.Mr, llorr: "Two to four millions. Four "WALTEIt S. HAINES M D"
loUUsns li out of. tb? au.uU.ou. twq jBii.jciui&un JB tt CWi5 rd it ilsiHht
linns' Is Inst nbout as In I There Is not
iinv truth In elllur t it. ment
Mr llnrvp). "As to the prosio rll) of
this country between ll?l md 112 nu
con!,! no! break down 1 great nation like
this In tine vrnr II Ins taken a short
period In bring us lo the bitter nip of
dlHUipoliitinetu and distress I know
within the hit r.mr )i irs tlmt politl. il
linrtlin hive rhnrged ra It other with hav
ing destro)id the pio.pptltv of tlm pri
Mom four) pars" (Applvuse)
Continuing, .Mr. Ilnrvrv nsked Mr Horr
not to rercr to the ' ptn.petltv" of the
country from li71 to iw. "hie word
tramp' was , oltn . I In 171, nnd Hip Uiutrd
Mntps eenstis shows lb a depression has
been lin riMslitg nl n disproportionate ra
il" So has the tiitmbei of penitentiary
jonvli-ls. perons cotillm d In nlms hotips,
Insane nsylums und .sub idem the prosper
ity (hat ban built up mlllloimlres and
multi-million ilres nnd strewn the eountrv
with millions of tramps and piupers, and
men that don't know how thev nie going
to provide for their runlllew In the mining
vtnir (Appliusel A change In telatlve
production had no eitei I as long as the
mints were open to the (wo metnls." (Ap
plause) Clill.e of ( heap sltvrr.
air lion "I have never said that the
cheap pi lee of silver was not on invnunt
nr Us overproduction. Sllvit has heroine
ehinp In this wotld Just preclselv the same
us wheat nnd lion nnd ?lne mid lend nnd
other nt tides have been cheapened, Just
I'leclsel) for the same lenson (Applause).
All pf Hips, mtlrles have Ik ell , liiMpelieil
bv the iMturnl laws which govern the pro.
lilctlon or every substance known to the
piodllcer.s of the world."
( Ik l,p Uidil.
Will ox, of Cbleigo:
air. W. 1),
Mr. Hon "Cold Is the s une. I nm Kind
von nskid me Hold has dept eclated in
value In les thun Km )iars so pel cent. It
Is cheaper now than It was In v7t All
articles that ein be pioduced bv Inventions
lite cheaper than thev weie befoie the III
xenllon was nude, llvrt) method which
bilngs maehliiei) Into play and puts less
human toll Into Uieli pioduellnii cheapens
the article. The whole tiend or civ libation
Is to cheapen human pioducts, gold as
well ns silver and wheat A huge iiumbpi
of the articles to-dav produced In the
wotld have not lin ileenu(d In value nt
nil bv the demonetlz itlon of sihei, hut
simply because (he laws of ptoductlon
have crowded down the price. I can get
to-dav twlco ns much gold for it da's work
following the plow us 1 did In iM'i The
people of this country ate paid in gold for
their work. o thev v.eit In P-m Wuges
are 70 per cent higher, paid In gold foi the
same amount of work as In IM Has
not gold depreciated when )ou meiihiiie It
with tho great commodity or human toll.'
Importance or I iilior.
"What I llnd rnult with is tint the silver
men Invailnblv leave nut of tbeli calcula
tion this aillcln of laboi, mid the 111 title of
labor Is the greatest nrilele known In the
,lvllled woild. Cut down the pav of 1 1
hor nnd )ou pmnlyye the entile business
of nny nation. The men who do the woik,
especially 111 a republic like ours, an; the
men w ho consume "
.Mr Hnivev: "Mr. Hon says that ev
er) thing has cheapened. Including gold.
To suy tli it gold und proilin is idieupen sliu
iiltnncnuslv Is 11 llnttni lal eoiitiadU tlou.
You buy gold by exchanging othei piodiu ts
for it When it t.tkt- iiiare piopertv to
buy gold than foimcil). gold has risen.
Instead of becoming eh' iper gold Ins tie.
rntuii dearer and set. Mr Horr's sophls
tiy reasons that it has be. nine cheaper.
Hn sajs to the libnrlng in m 'You inn
buy more with n gold doll 11 now than von
ever could,' und then turns to .von ami
sajs that gold Is glowing iheapei all the
Ollestlons I rolll the Altdlcut e.
This null il the debate for tho day and
quistlons were submltlid fiom thu audi
ence .Mr Horr. "This question Is nut to me by
Ml I0I111 J. .McC.iath. Iniisiuer n( the
Brit kla vers and Stoni masons' I'nlon of
Chicago Is air. Mt tlr.u h Iipip' I do not
know thit I quite undet'-'nnd his question,
but I will read It. 'Win is It th U the
woiklngman's opportunity does not keep
pact, with his Int leased productlvi ness If
he produces live times whu he did twenty
)tms ngo, ought he not cm live times the
pay? In other winds, whu light has the
dollar that Itn value (purchasing power)
should ha liicieased thtjieb)?' ,
"I do not understandi the last lliie. I
unilei stand the Import, however, of the
general question The tiouhle with that
question is that Mr aicOrath assumes two
01 three" things that mi) not be tine.
'Whv is It that the vvorkiugman s oppor
tunity does not keep paee vlth his in
t reased piodm tivem ss?' I rll, not know
but what It did "If he prodm s live times
what he did twtnty )ears ago ' Well,
1 don't know as he does. Do ou 1 1) live
times ns nimi) luick as )ou us. d to lay
thirty yeais ago.' Can a man do that'
It Is a talr question. I did not know )oit
could do that "
air. Hai vt ) "DI1.1 )Oii not state In tour
argument the otlu r day that the prodm -tlv,
ness had lucre ised something like llvu
times ns much."
air. Hori"l don't know, but whether
I did or not, I would s ly o now, but I did
not h.iv that each laboilng man prodm td
llvo times as muih by any means I
stated before nnd I will repeat it now.
eveiy Invention that Is made ma) increase
productiveness twent) times, but not of
the man that works at hand labor I
suited the law this morning, that when
ever such invention Is made a p.nt of the
pinlits should go to lnciease the piy of
the laborers, pait of It should go to the
cheapening of the substance of tho'.e who
consume it and part to the inventor or
manager to p i.v him for his Invention mid
for running the business. Now, .Mr Jli
(jrath, how much do )ou get 11 day for
.Mr Harvev ".Mr aicC.rath li.mdid me
that question Sat 111 da) and saked me to
see that It was put to ) oil."
air. Horr' Is there an) one In this au
dience who Know., what buck Ii)ers ul
here to-duy for sin h work.' 1 would like
to know if any of lheo men who are
cheering for nu or .Mr. Harve) nre luiik
layeis, or If the) know how nun li btl.k
la)ers get now. t 11 lend here savs tlttv
Kills nu hour That would be at the rati
of $. foi ten boms I used to hire luiik
la)i'rs for I-:.' a d ly. They were pall In
tile currency of tho countiy. Tiny earn
now sn) il n day ami pild In gold Do. s
that show that told has Inci cased in
.Mr. Harve) "They get It when they
Denied hi Mr. Mi, rmnn,
Mansfield, O., July 22 In the Harve) -Horr
debate at Chh igo Satiird.i) Mr. Horr
said there was a piovlslou In the int of
1S73 for nisi grain dollar wotth five fnints,
which was aftei wards struck out In the
senate before the hill was passed All .
Hitve) denied tint It wns struck out by
tho senite and silil If that vveio so. ho
would stop the ,it hue tight there. In an
Interview to-day Sen Uor Sheimati stated
that this piovlslou was added to the bill
after it reached the house at the Instiga
tion of the tillens of California, who pro
duce both gold and silver, but that it was
struck out when the bill riailud the sen
ate air Sheim.in also disputed a number
of air. Harvey's statements.
Pilgrimage of Apollo Commandery,
Chicago, III , Julv 2-'. The approaching
pilgrimage of Apollo tommaudeiy of this
city 10 the Biennial tonubivo of Knights
Templar at Boston will bo nltended b)
somewhat unusual 1 Ircumstanies. Tho
commnnderv is one of tho largest In the
world and It will cur) a large pioportlon
of its membership to Boston. Special trains
on the Michigan Conttal, New York Cen
tral and Boston & Albany roads have been
arranged for. The ladles who will accoiu
piny ti party wil receive a souvenir, tho
like of which has never been given out in
this country befoie It will consist of
alive branches btought 110111 the Mount of
olives and c) press blanches from the gar
den of Ciethseimine, which will be united
In a tasteful manner.
Tho Pastor Wants a Divorce,
Oklahoma City, O. T. July 2.-(Speclnl 1
Bev. T. ai Home, pastor of tho .M U.
church. South, in HI Iteno, Hied ,1 petition
here to-day, asking a dlvoico from his
wife, whom he married in Cass count)
Mo., In 16M. He cliai'cs that she has a
vicious temper and tried to kill him at
their home in West Plains, Alo , by shoot
ing him with .1 revolver, and that sho has
made life a burden for him in various
wavs. He asks for the custody of the two
teult of tho PiiglUli r.lectlmu.
London, July il The pollings thus far
retained leave the state of the parties as
follows: Conservatives, 2iX: Liberals
Unionists, u5 total 1'nlonlsts. 33; Liberals.
Ill; AIcCnrthMtes, CI; Parnelites, 7, Labor,
2. Total opposition, 177.
The government now has a majority of
"I find the no)ul Baking Powder su-
rerior to all the others In every respect,
t Is entirely fico ftom ull adulterations
and unwholesome lmpuilty, and in bak
ing It gives off a greater volume of leaven-
u. u tuau any oilier uowaer.
DESTROYED BY WATER
A OltCAT IIISAStr.lt IIII'M.I.S SIHI.lt
tin, m:v miimlo.
VISITED BY A TERRIBLE STORM
1 in: 11 onus bi:si uuv a onr.Ar pok-
IIO.MIP I III! IH.slM.ss sccim.s,
BUSINESS BLOCKS COLLAPSE,
ItlM'llltr llt' IWBM V-IIVi: LIVCs.
Mlilli: l.dsl .SUP (O.M'IBMIill,
All of Hip telegraph Mires Am Down and
the liUorntiUtnit I . 11111 the CM) Is
"cry Meager, lint (ho l.os
mid Di Mint Hon llavo
Bi , 11 (In at
Deliver, Cot., July 2.'. A special tn the
News from Pttcblo sii)s: Jtepntls from
White Witter, N. it., IlflPen miles ft 0111
Silver City, N. il.. tile tlmt .1 Kio.iter
portion of tho business hcctloti of the
latter plnco wan ilestio.vcd by ,1 Hood
last night, bill so far an can be le.uned
at the hemlciiiut lets of tho Atchison,
Topekn & S.uita IV In this oily, vvheio
the liifit million Is obtained, no lives
woio lost. All telegraph wires to Silver
City nre down und nil the news Is ob
tained fiom com lets urilvltig nt White
Water. The Simmer bouse, the latgest
hotel ut Silver Clt), anil ,1 number of
business blocks Imvo collupsed. The
t.illiotd authoillles ropoi t the strum the
wotst ever known in that section. The
S11U11 l'e has lost sevoi.lt In Idges on Its
Sliver City branch und is badly vvushoel
out. I'lrst repot ts woio that several
lives, even as high us tvv cut) -live, had
been Inst, but later coin iers, while con
llunlng the leporis of damage tlitoiigh
tiut the section, sav that tbete bus been
so fat as learned no loss of lite.
A ROBBER IN KNEE PANTS.
A Buy 1.-, Years (ltd stnils , ,rlv .,0(IO
l'roin it (omit) (ollettor in
Ark ins ,s.
Ppiingileld, Alt. , July 22 L IS. Staf
ford, aged I". ve.ns, vvas taken fiunn
Sprlnglleld to New I.evvlsville, Aik, a
little town mi the Cotton Holt lnllioad,
this evening on the ehuige of .stealing
nearly $1 nno fiom C. C. Von Ilohe,
county collector theie lie admitted his
guilt unit gave., up the leinalndernf his
On Inst Thin silny ti good sl.ed boy in
kneo pants called at tho Cieon County
bank and deposited $lfiO in gold, giving
bis mime us L. I: Stnfioitl. llo also
linnded Into Hie window to K. P. Clem-
on". the assistant cistilei, a Smith .t
Wesson revolvei, saving he might tint
need it for n It vv davs and would leave
it In tin b ink fur sate keeping.
On Satuid.iv evening the matter was
discussed with ollliors and they im
mediately In gun 11 lookout but did not
tint! the x until until this afternoon, when
lie called .it the bank with C, C Von
I.ohp, who said lie was county collector
nf ri.uk county, Aik Staftoid iliovv .1
cbetk for the bal nice of his deposit, $121,
and tinned the amount over to his com
panion. .Mr. Von Hoho said Unit as county col
lectoi be Is cninprllid to have huge sums
of moiii'v either In Ills house or in bis
nlllcc Staltoid was a fiiend of bis chil
dren and tluoligli them 1 lined of tho
nniity in the luiiise. Hail) his-t week
he got his hands on It and dlsippeiued
Stafford expressis his vv lllliigness to
return to Aikansns and the matter was
kept quiet until after the tiuln left to
prevent Intel feronce ami the necessity of
Young Stafford Is a son of J. W Staf
ford, foi met ly rondmaster of tin Oulf
railroad, and 101 some time a well known
lesltlent of this city. Ho now lives in
Many reeelptu is published still eall lor
ere un or tnrt.ir and soli, the olil-fa-hlom d
w iv of r using Modi rn eooking and i x
pi rt looks tlo not i-inillon lhl old w ly.
In nil such receipts tin Itoj.il Hiking pon
tic i. tihould be Hiibstltuted without tall.
piti.i: ii:i.ivi:itv .i m:v io.v, k.vs.
Steps lltlng 'I a li, n lo liestoin the Service
al 'I lial Point.
Washington, July 22 (Kpeelal ) A letter
vv.ifc si nt to-day l the poMollU'e depart
ment io Postinnstei Pugate, of Newton,
Kas , unking for Infoimation In the matter
of re-establishing fie delivei in that
town. Koine titno ugo t x-CongiehSiiun Pet.
us and Mr Pug ite wm in if asking thit
the Mivlie bo n lm.t it. .1 vvhi'h a e.u
ago w.is ilim nntinued bmiuse the tempts
of the ollit e h id t.ilb n ! low tho minimum
Ii'iliiliid for lit o tlellvr rj Jiovv howrvtr,
What You Want!
Nobby new styles, just
received, at Half Price for
a short time only.
Mounted on Silk Melting
$1.15, Sl.35,$.60, Sl.90ancl up.
45c, 55c. 60c.
40c, 50c, 75c.
40c to SI, 20.
75c, 90c, SI.OO, SI 25,
100 Mniting t'anU from I'liile, only OOi.
100 Lltlng L'ariU and Plan-, only 73c.
1031 MAIN ST.
li Is me nbove Hip minimum wbl. li
i" - - aiinunii) mm ror tins n n-nn
Hi. v want tin serviie Irslorid It wits
sim d at tin department that this could
not 1 1 ton, before tli toll, r, and th lett'r
hi lit I., lav dlrn ted tin iwistmnstnr lo ml
Vlr th, ilppitMiliPlit of tin rr..ipls flneo
lie btkliinltig of the present ilscal )t.ir.
JOINED THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Hip ,n t hlrngo ( ht ti.ilt le" I'nlrrs lulu
11 Mnrtt Viir' I'oiitnirl With I lull
Chlcnwo, July 21 -Chlrapi's new tlem
nrnitlc dull), (he Cluolilcle, nfli r all
eight Weeks' tilnt of (lie ftilleil Prosit
hews rtpott, tn-itii) iibatiilotiod that
orRiinlrntlon ntul ctitered Ittlo tt nltiet)
J en r t'oiiti.iet Willi the Associated Plows
Tills ilefettloit leitves lilt' Ctlllod I'li'ts
without a single client uiiioug Hip unit n
lug papei'tt of Chlcigii ntul llnows it
Inn It for Its Chlcugo news iiptui tlio
ttiengi r nnd Ulicerlnln lesotiites nf the
two inlnnr evetiltlg newspapers tluit now
tonsUHtle Its sole ti'pipst'litillloii iimmiiT
Hie upwsi.iiets of the inetiopolls of the
Not thu est
In 1111 extended alinotinci metil of Its
admission to the Associated Pip-s the
Cluoniclo will snv to-inoirow
"The Associated Press Is the most
plllcletu, the best iminagt'd und the
t longest oigntiintloti of newspa'is In
the world Its seivlco ( oinpiebelnls the
enllii' pirtli. Its nltns nre li gltltiuite
und Its mtlhods ni' linsltiis-llke nnd
substantial. In the otUmv eisv now x
Istlug liptvveen tbo Asoi l.it.'il Pirss and
the United Pii'sm the Cliionicle Is , nti
lldelit Unit It consults Its best Intel stH
by ncft'iuliiK the Invitation or the runner
(o Inko the place xv lilt li or light belongs
to It, nnd which It tnav snv without
boasting It has fulilv turned by the
side of Hit' other giciit new spa pels of
TWO APPOINTMENTS MADE.
.liidgp Peters mid V. ,1, O'Npll s,m.ipt1 its
.Members of tho Butt lilusoii Up-
Topeka, K.is , Julv -(Speel.il ) Th"
gov el nor tn-d iv issued 1 ertllli 1U1 s !
atilioliitnieiit to S li Peters of Newton,
und C J. ri'.Nell. of usage Cltv as meiii
bers of the boirrl of miniigeis of ttie
Huti hliisoii reformator) tloveinor Mor
tlll met Judge Peter" on bis vvnv to (he
Podpp Cltv SoMlors' home vestenlnv. w h 11
the l.ittci Klcnltled tils willingness to net ,pt
the appolntnu nt.
'I lies,, appointments till the Itcpuhlh nn
and Democrat t.tls uikiii th" bond, but
there jtt remains a Populist to be ip
polutPd The governor tenden d this pi 1 p
to State Seuitoi IMwIn Tuvloi, of v -unlolti,
but he dn Until and his nn(in i
ald to hnvp been a dlslm lln itlon Iri sit
upon the board with Judge Pett rs tiov
t rnor Mom 111 has not vet detei mined who
the Populist member shall be UK range
of holt i HCeius to hive been most n.n
towlt clrruinsi tilled b) his ileteimltiallon
to appoint notn bill nn honest ami i.ipible
ilti.'ii. ami he tlmls tioublo In tilling that
bill fiom the 1 inks of kmo-as Populism.
AN ELECTIONJS NECESSARY.
KnilHiis llpiiioerilts Ilitltltt til it It Chi, r
.IIIHtltp Mini Up I let ted 1 Ills I all
To I imp With ropulUts.
Topeka. Kas , Julv 22 (Sppi lal ) TIip
siili'oiniulttee appnliitiil at the recpiit
meitiiig ol (lie Iii mo' r.ule state eentral
toiiimlttte to iltl.nulne wlietlier or not it
was net ess ir. under tin liw to pIpi t n
chief jiisiltp tills fill is unanimous In ie
poiting that such an election Is nnpir).
Chairman Illi hanlson, who Is now In
Washington, writes that ho will act upon
this tenort and mil n state tonventlon for
an early date. '1 hose of the state cential
committee who were In the clt) to-dn)
say thit II would be lomautlc and plitonlc
to Indorse the nomination of Chief Justice
Martin, but novel thelcs a straight Iiemo
n.it will be pined In the Held b) the
i omlng itinttiitlon Hue member of the
tommlttei at I nM would like to ,'iigiiit r
a fusion nltli the I'tipultsts If it t oul I lip
m itle on u Pi nioi rat. on I to dnv expressr i
the opinion th it It . ouM lit brought iiboul
I'luiliinin Uiihii'lson is epe ted to ic
tmn within the week
MR. MORRILL AT DODGE CITY.
1 he Uovtnior V l-lls tbo soldiers' lloiiin
'I hero noil llol.t s u spfrrli ttj the
V , tt ran-.
TopeUi. Kas. July 22 -(Spet lal Clnv
ernoi Aloriill vv.t n iiii"l at the Old Sol
dier' home at Dndgi Pity jeslerilay and
ntiirinvl to the inpltnl this moming vry
ilim h please.i wltli hi- visit nnd w.iiin
In his praise of the mnmgement under
Pnss pnnle wis In Id at noon and the
gov r i nor dtllvend 1 pitiiotie address to
the old hots as thev stood In line. lulling
the afternoon Oil ltji ns of Iiodfie r'ilv
diove ovli in the home to im et and wei
eome Kansas' i hief txeeiitlve. Ilrlef .ni
di esses weie malt bv '. It Moves of
(teat Hind. .1 h lmien of I.nwienio
and Ilepresciit Ulve ritrgerald, of Poid
WERE THE SENATORS?
Vest nnd Smith, ol , t .lertev, V re In
London Whin the ( lub llolino
Washington. Job 22 (Spet 1 il ) The Lon
don dlKpiteh printed in tills morning's pa
pers, to the effect' (hat a tlub liou.-e In
London w-is raldid h the polite and that
among those eaptuied wire n I'uit. 1
Stati s senator and a mnubtr of the house
of reprisentatlves, hns enured much In
terest here. Inquliv at the fen He post
ollit e to-lay tt suited in the information
that four I tilted Suites Minimis me now
across the watei. to-wlt. est. Smith, of
Ntvv .Irtsej, Mi MIDI in, nf MltliUan, and
Pettlgiew, of these the llit two are in
London, the last two are on the Continent
'I'lu re me unite a iiumht i of numbers
thread ami of theie, us fir ns ean In
It iriittl at the house jMstotlhe, sevm or
eight art in 1. on. Ion,
MURDERED BY BUD RAY.
Hx-SberllT ('rain, of t'hrlstlm fount), M ilu
ut O.rk, Un., bv I lie Marshal
of the low n.
Ozark Mo , ,Iul 2:2 -A C Oraln vvas shot
and klllnl ibis aftiruaon nbout 0 o'i lot k
in bis ird ut Simla lo Hud It, is, inar
ahnl of the town 'I ho nu n ha i ipiarreleil
In the morning mid ('rain stria Iv itay.
The dlllleultj seemed to on I and tile men
pirated At a lite hour this afternoon
It.U lode up to frilu'o house and lallnj
him out, llrlng wilhoiit a word t'l.ilii
tliopp.tl de.nl mid his slaver gtllopetl mi
out of town. tow. ud the Hull I'reek bill-.
Sheriff Thompson is in pursuit of the tu-i-tive
A. P t'r.iin was sheriff ol Christian
eouiuy three teims, and his death will
t.tuse ,i hri.it shin k thioughout this sei
liou of the toiiutl)
,11'itoits in thi: r.wi.ou c,sr,
The Aorl. of Setiiring it Panel nt Carroll-
ion i,it tttgiiu.
Cai roltton, Mo., July (Special) Pros,
ecu line Attorney Hiesneliiu mlsseil the
train M& iiinining und did not ie.it h I'ar
lollton until about i o'tlotk, heneo tlio
work of jtt lining a Jur )u the Tnylur cae
did not bcMii "lull that time. Tho crowd,
lion over, nl rived on every train, and b
noon thu clt) iiiisentcd a liolldii) appeal,
mice.', lly ( o'clock thirteen of tho loity
Jui linen had been seemed. The otlieis
will likely be enured lo-murrow.
It.) Count) llistitlltf,
Ilxeolslor hi rings, .Mo., Julv 22. (Spe.
t lal) Tin leathers ol Itay county will
open an Institute at I .aw son to-morrow,
to continue for three weeks. Arrange
ment!, have been made to have some of
the piomintut i lutatois of the slate at
tend und give it their assistance.
W. P. t'r.lg In Washington.
Washington. July !. (Special.) W. V,
Ciulg, associate editor of the Journal ur
lived to-day direct fiom the West. He ex
pects to leave Wcdnesduy for New Voik
and a trip through Canada, looking lor a
icvA-Ati t m, it" J.iij- sn iik,
7'o.il?w ii' h h t i iht v tntl.tr In lit 'n
7Vinrii'uir trtt i,, y .1iiiiititim, v., .Vtrl
No pntmc for hot weather,
particularly in the great selling
In fact quite the opposite.
The Shirt Waists Duck Suits,
etc., with scores of other things
by which civilization aids you
to organi.c for hot weather,
accelerate sales. We stimu
late activity in Shirt Waists by
trading on a scale hitherto un
known to this Western coun
try. Hut what we have done
in any past lour days will seem
little when compared with
what we will do between to
morrow morning and Saturday
Over 3,ooo Shirt Waists
will go on sale, beginnitir to
morrow morning, at near One
livery one this year's style,
and as light and pretty as they
make 'em but we're cleaning
up now, and for four days we'll
make the prices where you've
never before seen them.
No sacrifice of quality of ma
terial no scanting no poor
workmanship it's with the
prices only we take liberties.
We've koiiq all over our Shirt
Waist stock rcnrrant'iiiL; it
bpruail those Waists out on big
tables so that you can get at them
easily, and prepared generally for a
lug sale, to begin to-morrow morn
ing at in o'clock. If there's any
person for miles around here with
a Shirt Waist want, they can have
that want satisfied here to-morrow
at a very little expense. Tlio stIcs
ami prices speak for themselves.
1 lot of I, idles' Punt Shirt W lists, virions
.lots ami pet. in- -.oft . Hilars and t t IT-.
well mail" Hie
kin I in iiked 7
... II IL.
1 lot of J, I lies"
Pi n ilf Slurt
Wtisti., high n'lar,
link tints joho
ba k ind full fi n ,
s t r i p e f llguro-
eh the A kind
now down to
1 lot cood strong, Percale Shirt Waists,
X.itle eollai hiuI link r uil-t, th-rfirmrXlv-eniler,
lemon, grei n gromnls, figures' .inili
strliies. a regular 13u nu illtv. GTrt-
down tn IJlJC
I. a d I s" Star
Shut. W t i r . of
fine pel. it.', voko
f i out lll'l hi k.
In di -liable snip, -,
jirettll) made, foi
mer pile , $1.73, to
1 lot of line Pel i. lie liliuitv M nlrns i"1' 'i,
t'U , Ptivi t ..s(s -,,11 m i .. in Hi In c
stvle -r ores ol t olois in.l l -ln - v. i s
VVhlell Weie JI..S. Jl 'J .ml l! i
42 25, to-morrow our i hm
A pr its loi f
Stilt M lits in 1 lo
I' . i 1 Jii.
li I! i .out, t k
link la.g. sr , ,
in h le-. i op, i i k
an 1 blue mi 1 1 1.
stripes, il . It
illr-s' SI n Sin
ti-ts of Imi I
Peiiaiig, i r t 11
-nip s lilhh '-
I ir-. an 1 link . if ,
lni nn r pi I. , o,
l.vllis' Star Shirt W list- in ide of imp .r'.
. M.nli t elolh pi lis I i m h d -i .
high i Hilar link t ufls fninieteil tZjr
Iiriee U. to-morrnw . C5 B )
Also a si ore of other kind, and put rus
ut sjnit prhtn.
I.adle.s' lino Ba
tiste Shirt Waists,
the eMiemeslff ve.s,
high collar, a nov
elty. RIHMIiAlBrHR This Sale
begins at S o'clock to-monow
in i.i.p.m:, ittit.ur., i.vtuui .v t ti.
ai.paiii.i' mini; (iv i ntp.
The Utlra at AugiU tiuii lluriiliig JVear
thu linn not evel.
AliRels Camp, Cal . Juj .' Tho l'ti.-a
mine, vvhltli lm lieen jielduuf J50O.000
worth tit gtild tvciy moiitli. Is on Hie.
ITiuned weie dlM-ovured in a .slope near
tile '.H)U ttiol loved Tlio men got out,
biifely. but lu a lew inlnme.s the mlnn
was mini vviih biiiuke and k.ib. n iu
e'ftecliial ut tempi w.is in.ulr to smother
ilio Hm with .stiMin uml Hooding has,
been lesoited to Tlilttcen liuudieil
Inches ol vv.iur .no now tlou lug into the
mine. It will ii-quire IS.ooO.Oim gallons
to retell the Hie. Tills will occupy
niliet lioilts- It will lake at least ihreo
weeks to pump Hm witter out again
The loss will lie at le.ibt JJoO.Oi),
Tht L'tlc.i is tile l.ugest quartl H0
tluclnfr mine lu the I'nlteil Sttiles. Seven
luuitlred nun are? ,mplo)ed. The l'tlc.i
lb owned by Alvliu Hayvvard, T, IJ,
Lane and tlio llobait estate,
'It, Pxplore the s(.llttrL Vluunlitliu,
Ho.ston. July . Profes-or C n. Vjy, of
Tufts' college is at ihe head of a p.uty of
twtnty live members of the Appallachlau
Mountain Club, thai stalled to-da In a
spet lal car loi a Hip among the Selkirk
mountains lu llrltbh Columbia. The mount
tilu illmbei hope to. penetrato parts of the.
Selkirk region which no white man has
tiod Several ladles atcompaii the. expe
dition. The entire Journe) will Include
Montreal, Minneapolis, Vancouver, Tato
inu. Seattle, St Paul and Imluth, where the
patty will stay a day or two.
No agency has had more Influence in
beneficially .irfectlng the health and com
fort of the peoplu than (Us Koial Bikini