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KANSAS (MTV, JULY LM, J8,)o.
I MM OH TWO CIONTS.
Earth on Fire
Down Our Way.
A grand, Immense, beautiful stock
of Shoes, oxfords nnd Slipper the
ns.slKiied utock of 0. W. t'uok .:- Co ,
Omnhii, Nob. over JM.OOO. We're
nlmoM giving them nway. We en n't
put It too strong. A few Instance
of the magnitude of the encrlllcea
13dwln r Hurt's KM ladles' Shoes, Jim.
Hurt Menu' 7,no t'nlf Shoe. (JW
Johnson ,t Murph s J7.0I (lenls' Patent
Leather Shoes, $3.1"
Onrslde's 7 00 Iitlles' Patent Lcnthcr
Ince Shoes, J3.ni.
Ite tioI1 l I") ladles' Shoes, jl "15,
rook's J3 00 hurtles' Oxfords. 1H, tnt or
rook's I" 00 Party Suede nml Brown Kid
Slipper, nil colors, $1 7T
rook's Jim Boys' .Shoo nt ll.oo a pnlr.
Itnnilh's Mcti'R S0U Shoes, J.1 SO.
Cox's J.'CO Mlcs' and Children's Shoo,
tnn and black, 1 ().
Misses' ,ind Children's f2.(0 Strap anil
How Slippers at 5.V
Ladles' Houdolr Slippers, north Jl f, lc.
Misses' nd Children' J.'W Oxford, "Jc.
1 adle' 11 r0 Oxford nt We
Oxer Sn,iivu In this stoek, now on sale at
MAIL OltDHltS PttOMPTI.Y KILLED.
905 M.A.I3ST ST.
Select your decoration1? and let
us have your homo newly papered,
the Moors and woodwork ietlnishod,
so that on your return your house
will be llko new, and all with no
bother and nt
llIL'VCI.i: (illll.S IMIKJXAM,
llii' Lnfori eiuent of an Odious Ordinance
at J.iitpnrlil ( uu-ch a Mir,
13mporui, Kus.. July 21 (Special.) Twenty-eight
warrants wore pervert from tho
pohco court to-day for Mutations of a bl
tycle ordinance, and the greatest stir ever
experlenceil in I3mporlu society circles was
caused th. retry, as onions tho ariestcd ate
many of the most respected young society
1. idles, including the daughters of lion.
CaKin Hood, ex-Governor C. V. Hskrldgo,
Colonel 11. C. Whitley and others. One of
tlie requirements of the ordinance Is that
a lump and bell shall lie carried at all
times on wheels, another ordcis the hells
to be runs at olle-ys and street crossings
wheeihet pedestrians ate in sight or not.
A test case will probably be made. Tho
itiens are oxtteinely indignant and the
members of the cit council are harshly
censuicd for passing the ordinance.
Colored (ir.mil Lodge Iv. 1.
St, Joseph, Mo., July 331 (Speclnl.) The
Mate grand lodge of colored Knlghls of
Py thlas ileoted the following state nf
II. ers this utteinoon: C. K lloblnbon, St.
Louis, gland .hancellur: II. M r.ivcll,
I'opiar Bliilfs, vim giand chancellor; II. J.
Bower, St. Joseph, prelate, J. 13, Offutt,
St. Louis, grain: master of exeheeiuei :
S II Ifandolph, Sptiiigiluld, grand keeper
of records and M.iU. Charles II. Brown,
he-retary and tnnsiirer of endowment bu
reau, W. -V. Miller, Kansas City, grand
master at arms, (! W. Baser, Hi Joseph,
grand Innei guard, I. J. Hums, St Louis,
grand outer guaid. K J Caiutlxirs. St,
Louis. Mipiiinu ieprescntatie, 13 II Tai
lor. St. Louis, attorney. The olileers will
be installed to-day. Supremo gland cli.m-ello-
of the woild, Dr. A. 13. Williams, of
New Orleans, delivered a short address to
the lodge last night. Tq-monow the
knights, their families and their friends
will spend tho day picnicking at Colby's
rranU laiam 3HUlng,
J3I Iteno, O T., July 21. Frank Mason,
. membtr of the gioceiy llrm of Itedder A:
Mason, which failed recently, left home,
lelllng his wife that ho was going to her
farm on the South Canadian to look after
tho Mock Mrs. Mut-on sent Pr. Jackson,
tho family p'oslclaii. In search of hltn.
On reaching the farm the doctor learned
that Mason had taken his wife's herd of
rattle to Kansas Cit. Ho followed on th
tlrst train, On leaching them ho found
that Mason had hold tho cattle, pocketed
tho money and left for paits unknown.
Ortt MnrnntWuuIrt Suit. t
Topeka, Kus., July 21. (Special,) Tho
Hi st meeting of tho new boaul of managers
of the Hutchinson refotmatury will piob.
ably be had ut Hutchinson on I-'rhlay next.
When asked to-day who ho thought would
bo chosen as superintendent of the Insti
tution, tiovernor Morrill replied that Ora
Morse, of Wellington, would be highly sat
ihfactory to him, but that ho had luld no
obligations upon tho boaid,
l'unernl of l'rofessur Knlrtinoii.
Lawrence, Kns., July 21 (Special.) The
funeral seivlces. over tho remains of Iio
fessor p. II. Itolilnbon, held this afternoon,
were attended by one of tho largest crowds
ever piesent on a llko occasion in Law
l dice. Tho services were brief, and were
conducted by llev. O. P. Hogeis, nustor of
tho llaptlst church, of which I'lofrssor
Itobinsou was a, member, and Pr, I, J,
Kicked to fleatli by u llorte,
Topeka, Kas., July 21. (Special.) Charles
Huncock, the 11-icui-old ton of James
Hancock, a farmer of Shawnte count), was
kicked to death by a, hoi be In plain sight
of the crowd on Kansas avenue this after,
noon. The boy was climbing fiom his
father's wagon, and had stepped on tho
doubletree, when the hoise coinmencod to
kick, crushing in the bo's breast so badly
that he died In ten minutes.
Toronto, July 21. At tho Inquest on tho
body of Alice PleUel to-night, u verdict
of wilful murder iva returned agalust
a i ' i r i i i ii
AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE. 1
H Telephone S038. 10 Kuil 6th S El
A SLENDER H0PF0R DURRANT
Wltlhiiii I', It irrrtt tiiiihur In .Murdering
lltiitiilin Idiiimtit and Ml UllllaiiK
Ilcllrtcil In lie it l.umitli',
Sanla rru?. Cut, July 21 In Hie county
Jail of flnnlii Cms! I eondned William V
Harrelt, who rtyn he mutilered Ithmche
Tainonl nnd Minnie Wllllstnn, in llummi
ol church, Inst April lie Rave himself
up to th" rhlef of police n (i daniterou
erlmlnl lat nlcht. Thin mornlnR he wan
dlpoharired n a hnrmlesii lunntlc Then
he went to the pherlfT, to whom he con
fciwM hp eiillt n perpetrator of the
nmanuel church nmnler. To tho dlplrlct
attorney he told n. plory that nt llrpt
premed platiplble, but when Ilnrrett went
Into thi detnttp of the crime, the Incon
BlPtenelen of hlP Plntetnpnl eotivlneexl hi
nudlrors of his perfevt Innocence nnd com
Hnrrett, who wnp formerly a waiter In
a. Snu rrnnelpoo restaurant, pb.jp he paw
Durrnnt nnd two girl on n Ptreet ear,
nnd, ndtnlrlng Mts Intnout nnd MIp Will
pm, he boarded the enr In the hope of
miklnc their acquaintance. The trio
nlluhted nt Ilm.inuel church, Itarrett fol
loulng. tiurrnnt anil Mis Ijiiniont enteral
the chutth, followed still by iJ.irrelt,
while Mls William waitd outside. It.ir
lett nys he hid behind a pew Petcc-tlng
an odor of escaping gas Durrint went to
the belfry to tet the leBk. Harrelt oy
he selrexl nnd attempted to napnult Mis
Lament. To slllle her scream he choked
li r nnd Phe puddenly ilroppol dead lo
silence Ml llllani", Itarrett saj h"
then stabbed her with a knife from the
ristaut.int. .Meantime IJurrunt had been
overcome by gn and was so dazed that
ho did not see llnrrett carrying1 the bodle
to the belfry. Barrett sns he did not
wish Durrnnt to be hanged for hi crime
and that he wa sure he would eventuallv
be found out Itarrett teemble, Durrnnt
In personal appearance. He worked here
an a waiter, but 1 perlodlcallv dissipated.
He perslted In hi statements, despite a
pevere cros-eamlnatlon. Ho will bo ex
amined for Insanity.
Ilnrr.int's Trial Tn-diiy,
San 1'rnncHco, Cnl., July 21 The trln!
ot Durrant for the murder of Blanche Li
mont will be resumed to-morrow. The ills,
trlct attorney will present nllhUnlt, stat
ing that Durrant can hue a fair trial
here, nnd it is epeettd the motion for a
change of enue will be denied. The coun
ty J.ill I besieged by women dally, anxious
to "ee Durrnnt and leave (lower tor him.
In both case they are disappointed. The
Jailers fc.iv Durrant enjoys hi notoriety.
He has hitherto paid little attention to
religious matters, but I now lecelvlng the
visit of a tiotnun Catholic priest and says
ho will embrace that religion. Fund for
hi defense nre said to bo supplied by
relatives In Canajla,
AN ANSWER TO MR. SHERMAN.
Professor Harvey Make n Cuncliislvn He
lily to the Olitr. 'elllltnr's ltecent Mlltc-
ini'iit About n :1SI Cruln Dnlliir.
Chicago, 111., July 21 Speaking to-day
ot Senator John Sherman's Interview tele
graphed from Manstleld, O., In regard lo
striking out ot the act of 1S73 tho provision
for a ast grnin dollar, Mr. W. II. Harvcj
"I want every man and woman In Amer
ica who wishes to preserve fiee govern
ment to this republic to read the Congres
sional Itecord, giving the words uttered
In the senate on January 17. 1S73. It hhows
that tho silver dollar was In the bill that
came from the house, that was to put us
on tho French ratio, and that the senate
agreed to It. Mr. Sherman himself extolled
It nnd said that It was a. dollar that would
limit around the world. This dollar was
agreed to by both houses, and was In the
bill when It went to the conference com
mittee. The duly of the conferenie com
mittee was to settle disputed questions on
which the two houses had disagreed, und
yet the bill turns up enrolled with the sil
ver dollar erased from the bill by the con
ference committee. Senator Sherimn and
Mr. Hooper, of the house, hnmlled the bill,
and either these two men or a corrupt
clerk made the omission The significance
of this can be best understood when I say
that these men represented that they were
re-enacting the law of 1CT, except in
changing the size of tho silver dollar, nnd
under the law of 15.'! the silver dollar only
had free access to the mints."
CARLISLE AND THE PRESIDENCY
Ho Say He ltncn't IV ant tho Noinlnntloii
m Account of the Hard Work
Coiiiici ted Willi It.
Richmond, Va., July 21. A representative
of tho State had nn Interview with Secre
tary Carlisle yesterday. The Interviewer
said to Mr. Cnrllsle that many Pemocmts
regard him ns a strong man for president,
and as tho only legitimate successor to
"Well," responded tho seeret.it y, "not
withstanding the fact that the presidency
Is the greatest honor that can bo be
stowed, I do not want the olllce. I have
seen too much of the hard woik attaching
to It. Tho responsibility Is not only tie
mendous, hut the work multiplies and be
comes mote exacting nveiy uu. A man
must have an Iron constitution to stand It.
1 am since! e vvhen I say I do not want tho
nomination and election. I will eertalnlv
do nothing toward getting tho nomination "
Mr. Carlisle then went on to say that not
blnco the government was founded has any
ndmlnlsttiiilon had such trying times as
this administration has had to contend
"How about the third term tnlk? Many
people nio expressing a desire to see .Mr.
Cleveland nominated again next year"
"As close as I am to the picsldent. said
Mr. Caillsle, "he has never n fen oil lo
that subject In my pusenee. I know no
more about It than jou do. Hut ns Mi
Cleveland did not seek the nomination of
IW, It seems needless to bay that he will
not he a willing candidate next enr. I
know ho did not want to run tho last time "
KAJ.SAS STATI3 TA.VKs
the Hoard of i:iiiill7iitliut Ha Agreed
Upon ilia Kate.
Topck.i, Kas., July 21 (Special.) The
state board of equalisation has ngieeil
upon 4.2j mills as the amount to bo levied
for stato taxes, divided as follows;
General revenue, 3.5 mills.
Stato university fund, ,3 .mills.
Interest on stato bonds, .2 mills.
Completion ot tho stato house, 23 mills,
NIcp 1'ronpcct for a Split.
Hxcelslor Springs, Mo., July 21. (Special.)
Tho silver pemociats in Clay, and them
lire a good many of them, say that tho
gold Pi inoernth cannot afford to repudiate
tho notion of tho stnto convention of Au.
gust (!. They say it was called by tho stnto
committee, and has tho sanction of tho
two Pulled States bcnntois und tho ap
proval of tho governor, ami they hold that
the convention will exniess tho sentiment
of the puity, and thnt Its dedaialloiis will
bo binding on all lovai Democrats. This
position is repudiated by tho goldbug Peiuo.
I'pivorth League Adjimrna,
Lavvrenco, Kns July 21. (Specl.il ) Tho
seventh iiunuul convention of tho Kuusus
city ulsttlct of tho Hpvvoith League closed
1... - ... In.. I.. .l.lu ,.!,. tlllu Al'u.iln. 'PI...
US -t'Pl"ll III !," J ...' -vi,,S. A IIU
next meeting will be nt Homier Springs,
Tho following olliceis who chosen 1'iesl
dent. Itev. Mr, ('Ionian, Do Soto; loo
.f.i.i.., lliti Arlilli. ItM, 1, inL- I r.ni.ni.
llll'OlliCtn, ,,.a ....-.. ,.--, ..v.,. ,-
worth; Miss Iteall, Kuiibjs City, Kas., ud
Illslop, Onkalossa: Miss May Ilubengcr,
Kansas City, Kus.: Mrs, Jut-khan, Law
rence; hecrctaiy, Curtis Wlu-iiy, Law.
renvo; tieasuier, Mrs. llanU, 1'ralilo Ccn.
1'ood t'oimuiiiptloii uf Wheat,
Cincinnati. O., July 21. An elaborate
statement upptdrs in tho I'rice Cunent,
which goes to press to-night, In regard to
food consumption of wheat In this country.
Tho statement is prepared by H W. Snow,
statistician of the Orange Judd Farmer,
who reviews all available otticlal data ic.
Kiting to this question After tabulating
returns of actual food consumption In 1.031
families, representing S,2-i individuals, tlio
conclusion Is reached Indicating nn annual
talo of i.U bushels tor food consumption.
Hunk btotkholdcrs Sued.
Sedalla, Mo., July 21 -(Special) W. A.
Latimer, receiver of the defunct First Jv'u.
tional bank, of this city, commenced suit
to-day In the United States circuit court,
at Jerterson City, against thirty-four sto it
holders who have refused to pay tho 75 per
cent assessment ordered by Comptroller
Kckels, to be paid on Slay 15. The amounts
for which suit is brought ascregate 3S,vW.
INDIANS ON THE TRAIL
11113 HA.NNOCK t'ltl3AriM r,ltlOi!H
-lItOMIt.13 IN WVO.MIMI.
SHOSHONES WILL JOIN THEM.
Tiiiti3i: wnti i:s KtM.iin itv i iik in.
DI.VNS, IMM.HIHMI , WOMAN.
Hulled Slates troops Have Bern (Irdrtnl
to I li Seat of War nt Hie lieqilrsl of
Indian Agent Ipter- I he Sit
uation 1 bought to He
Chlcn , July 21 A special dispatch from
l'ocntello, Id , pnyp:
Tho Indian wnr Imp broken out In earn
est. Union I'.icllle Hnglneer Hubert Fltz
Patrick, who pulled the north bound
freight Into Foenlello list night, conlltmed
the reiort that the Hnnnock Indian killed
n settler nnd his wife and child in tho Salt
Hlver valley, and that the white men,
pursuing the Indians, killed six of them
before they csenped to the mountain.
Mall Carrier Vail, who arrived at Moit
peller from Star valley, also told the same
story. The excitement nniong the settlers
in N'orthwestern Wvomlng.over the threat
ened uprising of the Hnnnock nnd Sho
shone Indians Is growing more Intense
dally. They are leaving tho ranches In
large numbers nnd gathering at favored
points for mutual protection, In case tho
Indians return to reek vengeance for the
denth of their brother braves.
The storv of the killing of three whites
nnd six Indians Is spreading alarm nt a
rapid rate. Innumerable plensuie parties
have given up contemplated trips Into tho
mountain country, which nbounds In sport
ot all kinds this season The settlers, too,
nre becoming thoroughly nroued. nnd if
thev arc not soon protected by government
troops, they will take the Held In protec
tion of their own homes and lives. It Is
also stated that the foraging Bannocks arc
receiving supplies of government rations
forw aided by those remaining ut tho res
ervation, nnd that several hundred Sho
shone bucks ft om the Wind river reserva
tion have started to aid tho Bannocks.
Further news from tho Indian countiy Is
Troops Ordered out.
Washington. July 21. The secretary of
the Interior has lequested the secretary of
war to send troops to tho scene ot the In
dian disturbance In Wyoming, and It Is
understood that the tequest will be grunted
ns soon as the olllclal papers are received
by the secretary of war, nnd that troops
will be ordered Instantly to tho vicinity of
the ti cubic.
The action of tho Interior depntment
was tnken upon receipt of the following
dlsp itch this morning from Indian Agent
Teter, who was ordered to go fiom Fort
Hall repei vatlon In Idaho and Investlgalo
tho trouble between the whites nnd In
dians In Wyoming, and to Induce the In
dians to return to their reservations.
"Fort Hull. Id., July 21.
"Browing, Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
"I have Investlgitert the troubles between
the hull ins and settlers In Warning, and
ndvle that troops be sent theie immedi
ately to protoi t the law-abiding citizens
The luvless element among the settlers
seem determined to t.iuse conlllct with the
Indian'. Settlors, have killed four to seven
Indians, which his incensed the Indians,
who have gathered to the number of 200
or :0 near Fall river, Uintah county, and
refuse to leturn to their reservation. 1 find
that the Indians have killed p line unlaw
fully uciording to the laws of Wyoming,
though not unlawfully .uioullug to the
tte.tty of the lndlins witli the United
States, thus usurping tho pr.rogatlves of
the settlPis, which Closed the trouble.
Nothing but the Intervention of soldiers
will settle the dllllculty anil F.ive the lives
of Innocent per.sons and the destruction ot
propel ty. T13TI3U, Agent."
liislrui tliuis to (irueral Cuppluger,
Secretary Lament during the afternoon
ordered General Copplnger to proceed to
the seem- of tho disturbances and to mike
such disposition un.lir his command as he
may diem necessary to protect the settlers
and secure tho return of thu Indians to
The ordeis telegraphed lo deneral Cop
plnger are tor him to bsue thp necessary
orders for the movement ot such a force of
troops as lie shall deem requisite for car
rying out the lequest of tho department
of the interior lo prevent a conlllct between
the Indlini nnd the white settlers, nnd to
retain the Indians to their proper reserva
tions (leneral Copplnger Is instructed to
proieed to tlie pienn of the disturbance and
to person illv direct the operations of the
troops. He is also advised that If he shall
require the tis-o of ihe troops from other
departments, on account of their closer
proximity, he shall Indicate to the war ele
paitment the special force desire!. Tho
last mentioned Instruction Is given for tho
purpoej of permitting Oenor.il Copplnger
to obtain troops fiom the department of
Colorado or Columbia it considered neccs
Denver, Col, July 21 A special to the
News from Hvanstun, Wvo., says:
A band ot J1S I'les passed forty miles
east of hero Monday on the way to Jack
son's Hole A courier Just arrived reports
that tluy had stolen ;'i) horses, which they
wcro driving with them.
Attorney (icncrul Harmon Appoint), diime
IV, 1 ri n h of Indian. i to tho l'n-
sitluu at l.e.iieuviorth.
Washington, July 21. (Special ) At
torney General Harmon to-day end
eel the contest for the htiperln
tendency of thu United States peni
tentiary at Fort Leavenworth, by ap
pointing James W. French, of Indiana, In
elolng this ho conforms to -the lecommen
thitlon of ex-Governor Campbell, of Ohio,
who Is a personal friend of French and
Mr. Harmon, and who, with other promi
nent Ohio Democrats, hail urged Mr.
Flench for tho place. It appears that nt
one tlmn Fiem-h and Campbell were us
Miclated In business, and thus lliu two uro
on very close terms. French was born In
Ohio and moved Into Indiana, vvhete ho
Hc-ivi-d u let in In I ho statu senate about
eight years ago. He was mado warden
ot tho Noithem Indiana penitentiary at
.Michigan City, and held tho position un
til ousted lust winter. The Republican
Icglnhituro took tho control of tho peni
tentiaries out of tho hands of tho gov
ernor, and phiceel them under a board, and
so It caniei uboiit that Mr. French was
relieved. French, who has had live years'
experience In piisou vvoik, will select his
corps of assistants In a few days, after
he confers with tho attorney geneial,
It Is claimed by fomo of tho Indiana
politicians that Fieiuh Is likely to insist
on Importing some of his friends to Fort
Leavenworth for thu purpose of adding
them to the pay roll, nnd theicforo Frank
Gable, of Leavenworth, who wants to be
assistant, and Pr. Gunn, of Dickinson
county, who desires to bo physician, may
not get the places, but the attorney gen
eral bus indicated very strongly that one
of these men would bo iippolnttd.
It is stated nt tho department that the
supervising architect of the tieasury dc
pittment will boon be asked to prepare
plans for a United htutes penitentiary,
and probably so arrange it that tho build
ing can bo elected by Installments., and
thu work continued year after year In ex
tending it, according 'to the needs of the
institution. I'osslbly tho new structures
will be located some distance from the
old buildings, probably on the noithwest
corner of the icservatlon. When the lo
cation Is definitely determined, the plans
will be prepared und woik commenced, the
labor of tho convicts being utilized. It
will necessarily take somo time to arrange
all matters, but it is thought 'that somo
work can be done this year. Sir. French
will probably rench r nvrnuorlh Wibln
a month and tnke chug.
In the meantime im i Hon hi b- n
taken on the petition of the fortv in
ploy en at the ptloti. who have nskod .'
I" Imlilrtr 1 n the i Hit rvlie Most f
Ihem are guirrt who hive hern there i
number of year, an I It is mipposul th it
thl inn tier will In a ie l upon when
FrMult get here nn 1 confers with the
attorney ginerul. Th-n Is a dlpnltl.in
nil the pmt of seine of the nlll, Inls to piv
no attention to the petition a this would
Rive n rhnnie In tuske pome political p
liilinrnt... HEARNE'S GOOD CHARACTER.
It Is the Subjeit Coiislder.-il ut llin I'm-
t.eillngs at lliiiiulbil-( iiliuiel Ale
PI. Lou!, Mo, July 21 -A ppeelnl lo Ihe
t'ost-DlPputch from Hannibal, Mo., payp:
To-day will about tlnlsh up tho llenrne
PeYoung libel stilt so fur up taking of depo
pltlon in this city. It I definitely pit'
tied Unit Mrs. Bourne will not go on the
Mlsp Virginia llenrne, the 2o.ycnr-old
daughter or Dr. llenrne, testified to-dny
that on tho night of the murder, after
their return from the Minuter party, phe
heard her father about the house up to the
Hnie "he, went lo Bleep, about 1 o'clock
Mrs. Will nm f lMi.frlM n i..i. r Ii.
Hcnrnii'p tlrst wife, remembered hearing
her mother ofte.i talk about the murder.
Her mother had orten paid phe could
swenr that Dr. llenrne never left the house
uf'ir he came In rrom the pnrtv.
Mr. Mnrv L, Smith, who had been Dr.
lleariies p. hool teacher in Versailles Kv .
in 1S1B. nn.l who had lived III llntmlbni
Rlnee is,.', testified that up to the time
of tho murder, hi repiitntlon Was ot tho
Willis M. llavler. W. It. 1'ltts, John
Franklin, Dr. F. L. Kabler, John 11.
tint til. president of the Farmer' and Mer-e-haiitp'
bank; John II .. Franklin and r.
?V , Leo wore put on Oie stand by the
plaintiff to teetlfy to hip repu e prior
to the murder They nil srilrt It wnp good,
lip those called on this publi-et veslerdav
idmitted that rumor had connected the
mimes of Dr. and Mrs. Hearne with the
Colonel ltuftip 13. Anderpon. whose iinmo
has been closely oonneeted with Pr.
He-ariie's hi all tho penndnl attaching to
the Stlllvvell murder, follow ml the nbove
named gentlemen ami swoie to the doetot's
good ii-piiiatlon piior to the minder, lie
knew Dr. Ile.ime parti, ill irly well, having
nn otileo for years with him In the Piime
building. The witness ;is asked If Mrs.
Stlllvvell Mslted his ollbv In the early pirt
ot December, and nki,l about seeming
a divorce from Mr. Stlllvvell, an deposed
by I'lerro Heather.
"I have no recollection of nny such
event," said Colonel Anderson. "1 had
no more than a speaking lcepuilntance with
her until after the death of her husband.
I knew of no disagreement between her
and her husbiml So far as 1 knew they
were getting along nl. civ If any such
conference had transpired l am satlsili-d
that It would have Impressed itHcIf upon
"Did you uige Mrs. Stlllvvell to get a
divorce fiom her hush. nil'"
"I never did, sir: never"
"What, It nuv thing, did von know of un
lawful Intimacy between Mrs. Stlllvvell and
"Nothing In the world"
Colonel Anderson th. n detailed a con
versation brjvveen hlms. If unl -Mrs. Brown,
Pi. Ileirne's mother-iu I ivv, I'latlvo to
the doe tor's presence in the house the
nlRht of the murder. It loncsponded to
Mrs Perkins' statement ui.ide vlstetdav.
The cross-evaminatlein of Coli'nel An
derson was not Mulshed at I.' o'clock, when
lodge. Harrison adjourn-I the heating un-
TRAIN HELD UP IN OHIO.
Il.llldlls Hull ll Mgllt i:priss on lb,. Lake
-born lio.d of isl.'ll-1 Ive .Men
Toledo, O. July 21. Shirtlv after mid
night tialn N"' 37 on the Like Shore fo.ul,
to which was attached an express car
which runs between Buffalo and Chicago,
wis stopped at IteeioV switch, mldwuv
between Arrlibohl aiJl Stiyker, forty
four milts wist of tills clij When somo
distance' from the Mvltoh ihe engineer
saw the swlti h was turned, displaying tho
led light, and as he turned on the air
brakes seveial shots were Ined at the
cab. One of the shots put out the In ,il
llght. When the ti iln stopped four lob
beip went to the express c.u, In charge of
.Messenger C. II. Nettleman. of Buffalo,
and ordeied him to open the doev and come
lN'ettleman refused and the rob-i-rs
tliie-atened to blow open the c ir. lb- tin n
came out. When the door was op. in d thu
four men entered. They peenred the eon
tents of the local safe, amounting to about
$1J) and then went it tho big saf. . which
contained oonslifer.ible money. Since tho
Kendall llle lobbeiv, the cxiuess omp inv
hus supplied lis iar with dynamite pioof
s.ues and this sat stood the test of four
dvnamlte cutrlilges ilreil by the nilibir
Tlils discouraged ih.-m and they Jump, d
from the- train and disappeared.
James V. Stark, i clerk In Supi rlnt. nl
ent Johnson'), utile. of the Lake Shore
roirt, was nn the ti iln ut the time uf the
rohbeiy. He was s, en at his horn, this
morning and gave the following n. cunt eif
the lobbeiy. "I think It must hav . b. en
about 1 o'i lock thl- mottling when it hap.
puied. 1 was si, t ping In the smoking i ir
at the time and vviw awakened by It, aiing
several shots as the train came to a viand
still. The condiii lor said the train was
being held up 1 el d not go outside to in
vestlgale. being satisilei from what I
heard that something was going on Short
ly after healing the shots 1 heard four
explosions of dynamite, nml tlun all was
still, und soon the train pulled out for
Stryker, where We arilied at l.-'u. I w. nt
Into the express car afterwaid and the
messenger said he s iw only four nn n 1 lie
Interior of the e.u did not aim. ar to be
el imaged, except th it the windows hid
been shot full of hole s. The only evLV-ne .
about the thiough s ife was a sm ill d nt
ill the door. The robbers did not make au
attempt to get into ihe p issenger eoaehi
When the robb. is left the express ar
one of them shook hands with the mess
enger and apologised fur putting him to
so much trouble."
COLONISTS IN A BAD PLIGHT.
I)ltr-Ntlug Condition of Colored Settlers In
Mi-xle.i, 3Sr.il- 'llabii.illlo Mailing
und AIT. . ted With 1'. Ktllnnre.
Washington, July 21. Had news has been
tecelvcd at tho state depaitnient from the
colony of Ameilcan ne-gioes who went Into
Mexico tome time ago and btttled on n
tract of land neui Tluhualllo. A telc-giam
was received at the department this morn,
lug fiom United Slates Consul Spatks, at
I'iedras Negt.is, stating that tho negioes
uro in a deplorable eondltlun. These emi
grants were from tho Southern states of
the Fulled States, mostly fiom Alabama
and tho Caiollnas, under most ulluritig
promises, f i om Hie emigration agents, ot
comfortable) homes In Mexlto, but fiom all
accounts they have been III ticated nml
buffered great h.iidshlps fiom the time of
theli in rival in that couutiy. Consul Hpaiks
says tho negioes aia stiiltcied lor miles
along the i.iilioad without fi lends, homes
or lood, living on uitbqulto beatih and
Tim consul says that he can do nothing
towards their icllef. und hu feus trouble,
bee-auso thu ntgines am Miiivliig. Tho
iiillro.uls otter to make libet.il intes to take
them out of tho country
Later Tho consul it-poits that ho has
received a telegiam limn Dr. I,. 11. ISat t y .
at Tort eon. Iln,, dated July 21, to thu
effect that 1.V1 of the negioes fiom the col
ony wem theto in a destitute condition,
with lltteen cases (if contagious disease
amongst them. Tin Mexican police had
piuvenied them fiom iiiteilng the town.
A letter on tho subject lias also been ie.
celved ut the state ifcpaitmcut fiom Itep
rebentntlvo Bankhead, of Alabama, imput
ing whether tho government could nsslbt
ill biiiiging back to their home's the mem
bers of this colony, who am destitute and
dissatisfied. The dep.li Uncut has tiled lu
every way to ulford relief In this case, but
it is well nigh poiverlcbs, und It is piohahlc,
if the unfortunate negroes are to be saved
from starvation, piivato aid must bo ex
tended to them Immediately.
Tho consul nt l'ledias Negras has been
Instructed to render any assistance which
lie can pioperly extend, ami to leport uuy
serious developments. Our cluigei at the
City of Mexico has been iiifoimed also of
the stato of ulfalrs as reported by the con
sul, and instructed to Inquire into thotmat
metit ot tho colonists, Tho depaitnient of
state has no funds which can bo applied
to maintaining destitute Americans other
than beumen In foielgn countries, or to
Iirovldo for their transportation home, and
las been obliged to so inform tho consul
and all those persons who have made In
quiries concerning those colonists.
New York, July 21 Nesslagc, Colgate &
Co. will ship JIOHXW to I3urope to-morrow
by the steamer, Fuerst Bismarck.
FIRED ON Br SPAIN.
ANOTtir.it oi'iit.wii: i-r.itt'uritAir.H
ON AN AMHItlCAN st'llllO.NHIt.
TWO SHOTS ACROSS HER BOWS
I III! VHsSt'.t, HO MIDf.l) Itv A IM.Alllll.N
OF SIMMS!! MAItlNHI.
Citplnh. Ijulik, of the Carrie 13. I nnr, He.
lutes nn l.'irltliig story of an Iln-
loiititer With n Unship uf
Spain Oft Capo An-
Hrcnk water, Del., Jtilv 21 C.iptnln
Quick, ot the American schooner Carrie
13, 1titic, tiH)ii his iirilv'itl heio to-night,
had a ttilo to tell about ti tlulllltig en
counter In Ctib'tn wit I rru with n SMtilll
gunboat. Two shot wore tlted nt tho
Lane by tho wnr vcpppI ami ono of tho
schooner's ctevv nnrronly eseupeil being
killed by ono ot them. The vessel was
lnndo to liistvo to nnd give nn account
ot horpelt liofor.1 being allowed to pro
ceed. The schooner v:m off C.ipo Antnnlo
nnd making good time before n stlfC
breo7o. when on the llth Inst, she
slighted n steamer living tho Spanish
Hag following her. Whllo ho was mak
ing up his mind vvhnt course lo pursue
it puff ot stnoke cttileel up over the
stranger'a port bow ami a round phot
whistled iiiicoinfoitubly close to the
schooner'rt mainmast and plunged Into
the water on the leo quarter. Captain
Quick gave the order to haul In hail and
btlng tho vessel to. While thin was be
ing done ono of tho cievv ran out on the
bowsprit. At ho stood there the gun
on the Spanish warship boomed again
and unother shot sped op its ivay
tovvnrd the American craft, this tlme
coming so close to her th.it tho ret 1 1 iniiti
on tho bowsprit swears ho distinctly
felt tho wind caiiseel by Its rapid lllght.
The I.iiic sooti entile to u dead stop, and
tho gunboat dtevv up under her quarter.
A boat was lowered and four Spanish
marines under the command of a lieu
tenant In tho Spanish navy enmo
nboard. They were fully aimed nnd
their leader very civilly lifted his hut
and demanded to know ftom what port
the Lane hail sailed, and whither sho
Captain Quick gnvo the required In
formation .ind no Outlier search was
made und the vessel was pet milted to
continue on Iter ooiu.se without Outlier
molestation. Captain Quick says ho
could not get tho name jf tho gunboat,
lie- adds that after the tlrst shot was
Hied in tho Lane he cause.! the stars and
stUpes to bo hoisted nt tho peak, but
the only t espouse the Spaniard made
wus u second shot. Tho gunboat did
not hoist her color. until lifter the tlrst
shot wis llred. C.iptnln Quick reached
hero to-night ami wired his agohi1) in
Philadelphia, and will await advices
I'oin them before detei mining upon
vvhofiicr ho conflicts the nct'ui ot the
Spanlnids an outrage.
AS SI3I3N .11' W Asll I.Mil ON,
(Mill llU Siy the (.Illlbolt lllllt II ClgM ll
stop the s. hi. otter.
Washington, July 21 The government
olllcials hero have ree-eived no Informa
tion regarding the tiring on tho schooner,
Cnirie 13, Lane, by- a Spanish w.-s- vessel,
oft Cape Antonio. The general opinion ot
iuiv.il ofllcets, who rend the report ot tho
uffair as duicilbed by Captain Quick, Is
that the Spanla'l di I 'ot ixceed Its au
thority lu overh.Kling the n hooner, if the
latter was In rtie- tci.ltoiy of Cuba. The
Spanish government, it is said, is nn li
med by the dinger of the landing of III
lhusteting expeditions on the Ciibaii coist,
and In ex. rtlng itself to pr vent sin h lard
ing has a right to overhaul ana b.un ihe
character of any vessel within the thi.o
mile limit that might be suspected of hav
ing o.n bonid those t'.tcit, lining designs
against the government ora cargo intend
ed for the insurgents. Captain Quick's
story shows hu paid no attention to the
man-of-war for an hour or more. This, It
is said, probably caused the captain of
the latter to believe ihe schooner was en
gaged In lllibubterlng methods. ami
pioinpte.1 him to take de.i-dvo action In
pi i venting her escape, tine naval olllcer
with whom a reporter t ilked to-night was
imphuiie- in ills dci larailon that the rap
tain of tho man-or-w.ir w perfectly Jus
tified in what ho had done, assuming, of
our-', that tlio schooner was within tho
I. tutorial Unfits of Cuba It was the busi
ness of the hpanish government to inter
cept liny veiM'In that might be need bv the
insurgents, ''"ho right of a rrulser uf ono
nation to know tin national character of
any strange ship she may meet at sea is
sustained by wtlteis on International law.
It is held that the party milking tlio in
quliy mukis himself tiillv know ii In a way
b. fore hu can lawfully demand such
knowledge fiom the other vessel. If this
be refused. It Is held, tho Inquiring vessel
may lire a blank shot, and in east- of fur
ther delay, a blunted gun may bo tired
aiioew the bows of the delinquent, by w ly
of positive summons. Any measuio be
yond the summoning shot whUh the com
mander of an armed ship may taken for
tlio purpose of t nterialning the nationality
of another vessel, must be at his peril. If
any report of the affair bo made to the
state department some steps will be taken
by this government, should the ciretun
ht.in.es seem to vv.iiiant It. If tho state
ment or captain wun it mat soim bnoi
was tlrst llre.l direetly at his vessel is
siistaln .1 It may make tils case a more se
THE TITLE INGREAT BRITAIN,
'Hint Country Said to ll.no Owned Trial-
dad I3ver hliu o th" Ve.ir 17(111 Will
Consider HrazU's I'lalun.
London, July 21 Iteferring to tho state
ment cabled from New York, that Brixll
has foimally protested against Great Brit
ain's claim to the Island ot Trinidad, a
person in authority, who was questioned
on tho subject by the representative ot the
Associated Press, says that tho British
title to that Island dates rrom tho year 17e,
when possession was tuken of it. without
objection upon the pait of Portugal. It
was added that liltheito Brazil has not ad
vanced nny claim to tho island ot Trini
dad, but tho British government U ready
to discuss lu a friendly bplrlt uny repre
sentations which Brazil may wish to muku
to tho subject.
I ji Iteinciit nt Itlo.
Hlo Janeiro, July 21. There Is a growing
excitement In this city over tho occupation
of the Island of Trinidad by the Fnglish.
The government has dlspaWued two notes
to the British legation ot emphatic pro.
test, requesting the oider of tho British
admiralty of I7S2, by virtue of which Trin
idad was evacuated by the Kngllsh and
restored to Portugal.
I lie) .lieu Arretted.
Wauseon, O., July 21. Five men are un
der urrest here on suspicion of being con
nected with the holdup on the Lake Shore
ut lleece station last night. Tho detect
ives refuse to state what evidence there
' i i u-d th'tn Ttto Irimpp Who were
' '' ii i i fnniit 1 off --.Inn Ihe sho t eg
I i i m I i in I. a k to Ar lib d I. in I i '
in ' n lik- fhore peojii, nn, i m b th in
'hi hints i ppulitl Inlii. irrv titr 'h
li t IT .r "ie . unity nnd n posse wi'h
s v t )l I ik. Shop ntll il nn 1 rt ! t-
"i i' I nl Hi i i n of th Ti..! ' ip
1 lie - riff in I hU nn ii. us w II is tin d.
Ii tu.s ,min. .11 it. ly start. I to peour tin
a.lja. nt .uuiili
A REGULAR GHAKNLL HOUSE,
More Hones Ills,. .vend III the Holm, s
Hiillillug In Ihe Chluigo I'ollie- Ihe
House to II., It li-.l.
Chicago, .liitv 21 -The poll, e np(itnt
at work In Ihe Holmes building und. r the
drug store, In the basement, to-.lav un ov.
erel a number of pie. .p of what Ih.v
think urn pnrt of n human skeleton, one
piece, they mi. held two teeth Thry
think they have part of a number of rlh
The bone were pm ked In dump nrlh.
with which had been mixed qui. k lime
Seven rib Were found nnd with th. m what
resembled n, bit of Jaw, with two tre'li
nttnehed. A portion of a li.lv's Jmk t.
with u largo putted sleeve, I iv with the
botiep, (Hid on the el.ith wns n bun. h or
hnlr, Which, however, was so ludlv el's.
colored Hint its original shade i otil.l not
Dr. Charles Norlh, to whom the bones
Were Kiilimltte.l 'or ex.iliillintlon, pm
tiounced them portion or n hum in k. le
ton. He had not npptb.l e lu mlrnl t'-t".
he gnlrt, but lifter a puperlb I il evntnlni
tlon he had no doubt thnt tluy vv.re hu
man bones. The Und vvup invsterlous, as
neither the skull nor nnv of the leg bones
were found with the ribs jnd bits of ver
tebrae A unll vial containing n peculiar look
ing lluld wns found with the skeleton, but
itp nature could not be determined with
out tests, and It was necordlnglv sent to
a chemist for nn nnnhs
Chief Bndcnnoh this afternoon prn
nounri'il the bones to be those of n child
from il to 10 venn. of nge. The surmise Is
thill the skeleton Is thnt of little I town id
Pletitel or Mrs. Conner's littlo daughter
IV Ml He lorn Ilium.
Chicago. July 21 The famous "captle"
built bv II. 11 llolmis at SIMv -third and
Wallaie streets has been m,irk"d for de
strut tlon bv the bull. ling rtcpnt Intent In
spi'dor F Mi Laughlln ha Mtit a letter to
Building (V.inmssnn r Downev, ealllug at
tention to the mnnv ,fe, fs In the struet
uie and pmnonn. Ing II a meiinie to life
nnd limb During the cxploiatlon of tin
sel ret looms and com ealed stalrwtvs Ihe
lllmsv and lull unin.ible nature ot Un
building wa disc ov i led.
A PARDON RECOMMENDED.
(lovernor Morrill Considering llle Case of
John W. I'dwaids. IV hose seuleti.e Mas
Hvt csslve Other s,nll..r Cases.
Tnpeki, Ki , July 21 -(Spci lal.) fJov
ernor Morrill has before him a lecommen
ilatlon from the board of pinions, vvhl.li
urges him to t. lease John W. I3dvv.ini,
n Leavenworth lolmed man. from the
Kan-. is peiiliontl.it v Flwirds wns sen
tenced to tvvorilv-"! . ynirs on the ehaige
of burglars and lartetiv and his attorney,
W. It. Town-end, of Leivenw ni th, sets up
lu his petition tint this punlslinu nt is
ctuel and excessive He says thnt I3d
wirds elid not hrenk nny thing In the way
of fasrenlngs 111 enteilng the house which
he robbed, nor did he enrry away uiiv
thlng ufter he enteied. being caught In the
house nnd surrendering without any at
tempt to make a tight. He was In. luted
to plenel gtilltv on the promise thai his
sentence would be light, but JinP;e Cro.ler
gave him tho extreme seuitenc letoided
It Is a suggestive fact that In ne.irlv
everv ouo brought befoie the bond of
fiiirilons. It Is devi'lopcd that the count v
loi.iiivj e it.eei e jiic- o 1,111, r M.,.i-
Islng a light sentence, a promise which he
has no authority 'to make or fiowei to
fulfill In one ease before the board ri -cciitly.
it wis shown that a man hud
been Induce I bv a eountv uttornev to
plead gulllv to murder nn the promise tliat
a light st litem e would be Inllu led The
man lia I no friends to ndvl-c or help hint
and he obt y ed the toitnlv altornev As
a eoi.sc'quvi t. he was wnt. n.c.1 to the
penitent. irv for life. Aftir suving four
teen yi'.tt- he was proven entlri Iv In
nocent of the e rime, through the eotlf.s
slon of the men who w.i. loallv ginliv.
and In Dei.mbei- last was given a fuli
pardon by the governoi.
OPPOSED TO A CONVENTION.
J.eiet.ry I'.Wstnu 'I hlvks ft Not Neic-ss.ry
for tlio 3Voiubi itioti oT Chief .Instlee
.llll Hu of Knits is.
Topeka, Ka . Jnjy A - fSpivl.il ) Sec
retary J. L. Hiibtovv. ot the Ui.piiblie.in
state centiil cifntklttii, -ltd to-d,iv that
upon the return of I'll, ill un I.elan.l fiom
Wisconsin, next Moudav, i c nil would be
lssed, 1-riiigitig Ihe state ctntr.il eom-mltte-e
together lo consider the nomina
tion of a candidate tor chief iustite He
added the st ite-ment that ev.ry coinmlt
teen'n with whom he had talked had v-pre-
. hint" If as oppos-ed to calling a
state eonveutlon ft.r thai purpose. If the
law would not permit the tommlttee 10
name Hie tan. 11,1 it", then he thought nomi
nation p.iMM- -iMiied bv '.no It. pitl.lU ins
would be- pn panel for Judge M.iiiln .ml
he would be I inn. -In. I as a candidate in
iliat niiiiin. r. "It is tollv." said .Mr Brl--tow,
"to go to ihe . not niotis expen-o of
a i onventlnn when Ihe nomination of
Judge Martin i- a for. one i om lu-lon."
A KANSAS MISSIONARY GONE.
liev. IHnl.-l i.e. i of Cnlilnell I'.i-.es to HU
Hewi.r.l at tin. (treat Ago
Wiihlta. Kn.. July 21 (Special ) To
day Itev. Daniel Lee, ot Caldwell, Kas,
tiled at Hennessey, O. T, aged !e He
was stout jnd hearty ami walked about
the streets llko a man of oo until a f. w
days ago. He was a inission.iiy among the
Indians ot Kansas In Kf.', and In the
Sinelvvich Islands In ls.ll lie vv is mirrnd
near Paget Squml nbout 1st", to a mlshiou
niy lady, whom he stnvlved a few ye.it s.
In tho t..rly days, wtit-n Callw.ll was the
hume of . ovvboys nml elespi radoes, he was
a conspicuous llgure among the saloons
and rambling l.ou-e s, uduionishlng tho
outlaws to return to Hie puihs of rectitude-
Ho talked leliKluii lo the most no
torious tbspeialo, - on Ihe fioiitier, .unl
no niin was ov.i te-p.it.d mm r by Ihein
than he wns llv.iy i, imhli r in the West
know him us "Father Lee."
THE BOWSERSON A TRIP.
'I hu Originals of .11, Oii.-ul's -hetihes I e.iv.i
'I heir Home in 111. hit., for.. Vl.lt
It. .111. Iilg.iu.
Wiehlla, Kas, July 21 -(Special ) Mr.
tiud Mis, titorge W. llowstr Ir ft hero to
night for a mouth's visit to their oil home
in Michigan. Sir. Bowser has lived hero
for neatly ten years, being driven Into ex
ile, as It were, by M. Quad, tluy being tho
subjects of his hilinoioiis sk. trim,. They
were at a Milliliter ftsort lu Mi. hlg.m .ml
stopped ut the same hotel with M omul,
when he toneelved the llowser sloilesTho
notoriety given them diovo them to Kan
sas, as Mr How sir could not bt ind the
Jokes afte-i the sketches appeared. Fur
years Wichita did not recognUo tin m as
the originals of Jl. Quad's stories, but a
reportei dleoveied It last ye-.u, ami ever
blm e Mr. Bowser hits had a similar expe
rience to the one lu .Michigan.
ZIP DID NOT BITE THE DUST.
Ihe Desperate liiltlo 11 it Ii lltitliws t'ndcr
IVyatl and Mr, Willi. tin D00II11 .-..Id
to Ho 11 -ike,
nutlirle. O T, July 2l.-(Speclal.) Tho
story ttlegiaphed fiom Hennessey, O, T.,
about n, bloody Imttlo between deputy mar
bhuls and the Wyntt and Doollu gang of
outlaws, lu wlilrh Wyatt was killed, Doollu
wounded nnd captuicd, together with six
other outlaws, is mostly a fake.
A posse of funnels, whoso horses havo
been stolen, overtook three men near Sher
idan with slol. 11 animals in their posses
sion, und ktlli d one 4ml captuied the other
two. Keith, r of the captuicd men is BUI
Doollu, and though the dead man bears u
lll'l.t teuet.ll.l .11. i II. V.l.k Wvil.. nlllnnMl
who know the outlaw well declare that it
U not he. I
Ii vssiCITr, Mo, July 25, lv
To tin tit' li'fr IV U'OtVr lo Uli
im.T,Hiirf i'Hrnti) .Uliilmtun, ., .W.Ul
tnn hi, -'
Hyi hundreds In this city and
vicinity awaited with inter
est by those who wish their
money to do the most for
them is at hand.
Summer Suit Sale !
Begins here to-morrow and
an assortment perfect in its
completeness varied in its
styles marvelous in prices
will be offered you. J lere
Beginning; of the
we have taken our best Hot
Weather Suits some four
hundred stronrr and cut the
prices to nearly half.
This being so you will lose
much if you've a Summer
Dress to buy and don't at
tend this Sale.
THE FACTS OF THE CASE:
LAWN SUITS S:'.r,0 lor S2.25
Prettv Crt pon Stripes, full nround wapt
rullle In foi m .f volte, full skirt prettily
slutp. 1. C Inch bias rutlle around skirt, col
ors bl. i It .ind whit. pink an 1 white,
blue ami white, and hilioiropeii.fi )
an I while, were ?l, to-mor- ,. 4)
row will be V- '
LAWN SUITS S3 for S2.9H
,. . . i, ) ,,,,..,-, ,.,, ,.,, , r.ii,..- enje.ee I.
trimmed with rutlle and tucked yoke dou
ble" bias S lu. it rullle around skin, e-olorw
whltei ground with hair lln
strlpot-i ot pink. blue and ififl ci
black, were JVct. to-morrow wlllJs,vyo
AIo bolld colored Suits, full wal-t .1 kible
lUllie, tslged with V.tl lt two-'lit ft
riillle-l on skirt, olor.s bull' blue,
pink, h. llotrup.- nnd bla.-k r.f) ji(
were JO.t-i, to-morrow- will qj,J0
Ualisto Suits S'.I.OO for SOU.
Ditnty materials, white, grounds with
lave ml r, pink, blue and black strlpeM,
waist coat shaped, skirt trimmed at bottom
with four rullles of sung material, .! (w)
.due I with V il la... vv ie J? on. fSn.Jlo
to-morrow will be '
J)UCK SUI'I'S Si .) for S1.73.
Made with on" button Bl i? r J t It i it 1
full skill, .-dors isoli.li fan. in.il., i.r-.n.
blue and black al-o whit.- with -, -i
Illicit -t tip-, weie J.'tis t '-m'" - Ol , 0
tow will be "
DUCK SUITS Sl.oli for $1.1.
Mule with Blir.r Juk.t full j, r-d
"kirt. In coll.!-. h iv .in.l 1. 1 ii, with f 1(1
white -Hip - ! polk . dot-, vv. r.- , I III
UM. to-nion ovv will he v A
IUOK SUITS S:5.9B forSUW.
M.ule 13ton J I. kef -lyle with b I- ant
tti ' il bUekle full .skit pi. ttv in. 1' hi I
miIm I di-ii.ii-, I hi- .ml,,,") i
bli k, iv. to !'l t'l-nioi tow will V.JjO
UUCIC SUITS S7.30 for SO.
Prettily made and tvll-hlv .ut HI. r
Ja ket Willi I.1IKV eOll.lt, .Jl l3ton J. k i.
I'r.. .fit. ,,. i.ln in. -,, ..... .........
lull . Ir. ul.tr -kirt, d tln'v lull
tan tnd white i ml pink .ind white
in. 1 whit.- cii' ni
i n. eks, vv ti- 5. .t, to mot t
bo ... -,
DUCK SUITS S.V.H! for SI. ."SO.
Styll"hly in. ule splendi I tint n.l w t a
Hl.Ue r J.n k. I and lull -km - L.t I i
and pink, i he. ks -nip. s .111.1,, - i
in tin mixntr, -, w.r. !.!. to-1 i ,OLr
nioirow will be "
V. hi .bout tifte. n that nre soni. n "it
-'!! I ti.iiii I ittulliiM. ve h h are w..t h ti in
$1.1" to V.'l"l lo-IIluIIJW We will i'U,0
,tu 111 .'Ut .1!
81.00, 82.25, 83.50.
ltl'I.I.I3M3. MOllltr, inir.KA A-I (),
THE SPANISHJIDE OF IT.
C.-neritt t .iiupo-. He. lures the liiHiirgeuts
Are ItUbiuilliig In I very Blr.1ctl.u1 -1
11 (It .mine Dlsp. r- .1 I en.
Havana, July II tlcii. r,t I.a C'liamtirn
has li.ul 11 slight blush with the Insurgents
and has dispersed th. m In the neigh
hoihood of ii.iyahnio. ei.ncr.U Manui.i
tlo 1 '. initios arrived on the s-ene on his way
to Santiago de I'uu.l. eScllerul Ar.lniuc,
Iho buu-ln-liw of llui raiituiu general unl
who mts us captain g.ueial lieu dining
tho absence ot Miiishnl Maitlnez de I'nii
pos nt tlio flout, has icce-ived a letie 1 from
the latter, In which it in said that the in.
biugeiits uro disbanding In every dire tion,
Tho letter also conitrms the exclusive uc
eoiiulb cabled lo the AsbtK.iate.1 I'lcss re
gal ding thu battle ut Valeusue'l.i,
Arnn. for Hut Insurgent,
rarn.iiiillj 1, l'la , July 21 The two-mast
eel bchoon.-i- yachts, l;mioa B ami hau r
l.ass, with two i.'iib.ui patriots und 11 1111,111
tity of .tuns and iiuiiiiunitlou, I.u this port
tu-duy Six miles oil' tliu coast the yacht
m-t the bchooucr (Jarilo 13. Buckman,
which sailed 110111 King's Terry two days
ago, bound for tho Island of Cur.ico, mf
tho noitherii roust of Venezuela Thu
yachts reiiiiilticd alongside the lliu kiiian
long enough lo tiansfer the pasMngtr,
aims und ammunition which the Bu kuiiiu
will tul.o to Cuba. Tho yachts but hero
ostensibly tor tho Snupper lUhlng banks.
They luivo not yet retuined. Thu transfer
was witnessed by HurbormJbter Lo lima 11
through a marl no glass.
AMM'.SIV Kill Altlll-MANs.
'Ihe hultau Uiuc .111 Ir.ulo Couft-rrlug the
Constantinople, July !l An imperial
Irado has been Issued, granting amnesty to
all Armenian political prisoners. Many ot
tho latter havo already been released.
1'r.e silver la MlaUlpi.
Jackson. Miss.. July 21 About half of
the counties of Mississippi have so far held
primaries, und without u single exception
they havo Instructed for e-Senator -Mi-l.aurlii
for governor and elected free sll
icr UeUicatM to the tit J to coaieuU-tu-