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KANSAS (JITY, JULY 28, JS.tf.-TWKLVE IA(!KS.
PHLOM J-MVM CKNTS.
FOR MONDAY AT 9:30 A. M.
4,000 3 .ircls Corded Kai Kai Silks at 9c yard.
2,000 Toilo Du Nord Ginghnins at 124-c yard.
AT 8:30 A. ii.
Sl dozen J. ,- 1'. Co.il-' nnd
Cl.uk' Mile Kud bpst 2i-yunl
Spool Cotlon, - spools for
E00 dozen Lrullps' Flno I'mluold
pred llandkci chiefs
201 doz. Ladles' nun I'lnln White
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs.. ..
2eV) ili.cn Ladles' Plain White
Handkerchiefs, worth 10o, only..
CO dozen Men's Silk nltlal Hand
to dozen Men's I'l.nn White nnd
Coloied Holder lliindkerehlefb',
Special salo oC
Edges this week lit
25c on t. .e Dollar.
27 Inch Chlldien's Flouncing, per
CI Inch Children's Flouncing, per
500 dozen Silk Windsor Tie", worth
CALICOS, Etc., Etc.
IScst Omega and Onkwnod Ginghams. .iVeO
Dress Olnghams In check's and stripes.. fio
300 pieces Fancy Figured Chulllcs 2',c
2.1 pieces hest Ulack Sateen, a b.ug.tlu.. 10c
T case1! 1-1 Unbleached Muslin C'..p
D coses -1-1 Blenched Muslin IHee
& cases Whlto Douiet Flannel SVjC
LADIES', HEN'S AND
00 pilrs Men's French Calf,
Iiand-scwcil Shops, congress tJ&O OPS
lid HaUk.worth SI, per pair va-vi
CM) pairs Men's Coat
nnd black, worth ?.,
230 pairs Ladies-' rino Don
gola Shoes, ncodlo and
square toe tip, worth ii,
price for this week
iOO pairs Ladles' JiiIIpUps, patent
leather trimmed, all blzes, worth
S-.00 per pair
MO palls Hisses' Dnngola Shoes,
tan and black, vol in (I. -3 per
E0O pairs Infants' Shoes, patent
leather tip, only
10 eases Men's, Ladles,' and Chil
dren's Tennis Shoes, worth 50c,
DRESS GOODS DEPT.
10 oases "n Inch Hlaek and Colored
Henriettas, per )anl
B cases 3S Inch AH Wool SerKcs In
black and Km) plaids nnd
slilpes, per ard
IJ) pieces 10 in. li Nnulty Wool
Suitings, In ussoilcd colors, per
lf pieces Noiolty Pi ess floods.
Rood value at 2.1c, per jaid
LADIES' GLOVES AND
10 dozen Ladles' All Silk Jersey Q1
Mitts, per pair I"b
2j doen Ladles' AH Silk Jersey Oi
10 ilocn Ladles' llxtra lleay Silk 05".
Jersey Mitts, worth 50o. - Ot
10 dozen L idles' Kid Oloves black
and In colors, sllshtly soiled, to ?0,-
100 pieces Twilled Cotton Towel
Ink", per yard
loo dozen Honeycomb Towels, size
60 do.en 14x22 Heavy Linen Tow
els, with fast bonier, each
50 dozen lSx2i extra heay Linen
Towuls, with last bolder, worth
100 pieces 10 Inch All Linen Crash,
per said ,
10 nieces All Linen Cie.un Table
Damask, with bonier, per surd .
IOO Marseilles pattern, full stzo lied
Cloaks, Suits, Shawls,
300 Ladles' Hlaek Rerso ffiO QQ
Skirts, worth K to close ,, 90av70
tidies' LlKht Calico Wrappers..., OC
A. ' SO Ill.uk Cashmere Shawls,
ha tu been sold for W 50, to clo.se
Special for Alonday at 4:30
tfi dozen Men'h I'nl-iundorpil Whltn IE.
Shirts, worth 50c, tleclal price.. UJj
Umbrellas and Parasols.
Lot 1 Indies' All Silk Twist
ed V .11 p Umbrella in navy
I1I110. nrpt'ii ami brown, i le-
B.int line of 1ut111.1l wood
handles. leKulur pilct fiW,
Monday's ptlco ,, ,,,,.
Lot 2-Ladles' Twilled Silk
Sun rmhu'llas, In black,
regular pi lee, Jl,!; Mon
day'! prleo., ,,,,,,,,,. .,,.,..,
J.ot SMcii'b and Ladles' Jllack
Umbrellas, 2S I111.I1 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,
groceries tit prices that will
intention of every hoiisc-
nttr.i. t the
Cms- .t Illackwell's pickles, pt .
Maker's prcinliiin Chocolate, per lb
Makers HieakfiiHt Coioa. 's lb tin 22c
Domestic Swiss cheese, fancy, per lb. .lit!
Coleman's musiaid, lb tin 12c
nomestlc siuellues in oil, per tin 3'so
Imported sardines, I..i llelle llrclonno,
rer tin iiy
M. S. brand sugar coin, 2 lb cans ft
Pol! Pols French peas, per lb 10c
Oratrd plneipple, n lb cans me
(Irlllln's Hurlv June pe-is, 2 lb cans so
I!. M. ex: Co.'s. Wild Cherry phosphate,
I ounce bottle lie
Finest fruit Jars, 1 lb Jars, each 22c
I'letich mustard, u ounce bottle .le
Whole black pepper, per lb Sc
American biking powder, 1 lb can lie
Our Pilde baking powder, 1 lb can 2.1c
PiIcp's baking powdei, I lb can SSc
It. M. Co.'s White I, ibel baking pow
der, the best eer put Into cans, per
lb ..... .nic
Michigan maple srup, ' gal cans.. . . Z'o
Standard I.emon extract. I ounce bottlo.'Jc
Tiiple strength I.emon extract, I ounce,
.lolly In I.irKC slz.e tumblers 10c
Solid meat tomatoes, 3 lb can 7c
Choice Columbia river salmon, per
eixioru nranu m.icKerei, l u tins ioc
Ilest shredded cn.ico.inut, per lb loe
California piuiies, sm ill, per II 1c
C.illfoinln piunes, large, per lb Sc
Cleaned curiunts, per lb c
C.illfoinla seedless i.ilslns, per lb fie
Peail tapioca and lino sago, per lb 3e
Illsltig Sun stove polish, per pkg le
1'le peaches, 3 lb cans 9c
TEAS AND COFFEES.
We guarantee, values that cannot bo
duplicated elsewhere. We would sug
gest J oil get a small tilal order. We
an- confident we can please In quality
Choice sample tea. per lb ISc
Sun dried Japan tea, per lb.... 2.1c, 3.1c, 4Sc
Gunpowder teas, per lb 21e, 3.1c, 4sc
Oolong teas, per lb 2.1c, 3.1c, Isc
Ilasket tired Japan tea, per lb. ,2.1c, 31c, txc
Hngllsh ltreakfa.st tea, per lb..c and 3c
Sun dried Japan tea, per lb 1.1c
Crushed Java coffee, per lb.v ISc
Crushed Java coffee, very choice, per
Choice Illo coffee, rresh roasted, per
Standard Java and .Mocha coffee, fresh
roasted, per lb 32e
Santos Peaheuy coffet, per lb 21c
Kxua ltio eoltee, fie.sh roasted, per lb .21e
100 pieces Slater & Woods' filMil
llnlnrr cambrics, per yard
15 pieces XXX Silesia, black and
colors, per aid
10 pieces liber chamois, per yard.,
lu plei es imitation hair tloth, per
IOO dozen .1 D Cutter's 120 ard
spool silk, all sb ides nnd clean
(foods, pel spool . ...
IOO dozen Holding llios.' Urn ,ud
sewing silk, per spool .. . .. .
:,D0 dozen Heldlns Urns' JO nid
buttonnolt twisi, two spools .. ..
500 dozen Id u k spool silk, warrant
ed, DO j. lids, pei spoid . . .
IOO doz.en elctien sknt bindlnj;,
200 boxes Paragon diess stays. S
OT sros genuine De Lon Hooks
and Iljes, him kc and white, per
caid of two dozen
500 dozen steel and metal buttons,
woith 1,1c ier ilozen. onlj .
200 boxes Clark's O. X. T. crochet
cotton, pur ball ,. ..,
2u0 boxes best linportid llnprlish
tinsel, per ball
Tea and coffee pots, 1'(. quart to
l quait, special for Monday
(r.iuito inllk pans, l'.j nt., 2 qt ,
prleq lor Monday,
9C ioc, lie.
Oranlto puddlnpr pans,
price for Monday,
I'i 'It., 2 qt.,
Cranlto sauco pans,
price for Monday,
Pi qt.. 2
nt., 3 nt,,
IOC, I2C, I5C
J0 framed pictures, nil sizes, reg
ular pi ice Jl to $2; to close
l'alne's Celery Compound
Ljili.i V I'inUhani's Ws. compound .
Miup 01 I'lgs, Califoinla
Witch Hazel, 'j pint bottles
Hay Hum, ' pint bottles
Warm I'm S ifo Can
Hunyadt Water. Impoited
lb cf, li in and Wipe
Lace Shelf Paper, per dozen .. .
25i paper covered paper novels, popular
CARPETS and CURTAINS.
50 pieces extra quallt velvet car
pet. 3 to If yard lengths, woith fin
$1,2.1, to close. , UUC
50 pieces extra quality llrnssels
carpet, slant lengths, vvpita Jl, ert.
lo eiose ,..,,.., wve
2j pieces fancy stilpo serliu for
Im for tr
11 don while and dinb corsets, -.
lai'e t Illumed, all si.'.es ,,,,,,,. ,i)9L
Madame Waireu's dress form
seis in oi.i ck una unite
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY.
10) galvanized ash and cJtbago
cans, 5 and 10 gallon tUo , ,.,
DO YOU KNOW
That the best Gasoline
Stove in the market is
It is solid, but light
made of Wrought Stcci,
nicely jnpancd and or
namented with nickel
it is simple of construc
tion and easily operated.
And last, but not least
it is SAFE.
Prices no higher than
many of the cheap stores
in the market.
Furniture & Carpet Co.,
ISIS TO 1&34 MAIN,
Is an article even body desires.
liven housekeeper wants II th it's
the reason, so many of them eome
to inj store. I get the pick ot the
choicest butter from Cl.i and
Platto counties (have a big trade
from both), I pay cash for their
butter and bu only the choicest
grodis. I don't keep two or tluee
kinds one's enough, but It's the
best, nnd It's real country butter,
fresh nnd sweet,
You'll alo llnd my groceries of
one Binde tho best. Prices low.
Only 15c a Pound.
I'resli Country I'ggs, IOc a Oo7en
20 lbs C Sugar
2.1 lbs co.uso Crnnulated
21 lbs Staudaid (Irnuulated ...,
10) lb sack Queen Flour
100 lb sack Superb Flour
100 lb sack lilelweiss Flour ....
loo sack I'pper Oust Flour .,
Vi lh sack D.i light Flour
Sviups, per keg
Silver Drip, per gal
Oolden Dilp, per gal
Crackers, per lb
Ounpowder Tea, 2.1c lb.: 5 11)3 ..
Impeiinl Tea, 23e lb; S lbs
Oolong Tea, 21c lb.: S lbs
Young Hyson Tea. 2oc lb.; f, lbs.
Vncolorcd Japan Tea, 2jo lb.; u
Ilest Sugar Hams, per lb
California Hams, pel lb
Imperial Hrenkfast II. icon ....
Lame 2 hoop Tub
Laige .! hoop Till
Gallon bottles Chow, mKi'd or
plain Pickles, a bottle
lloial oi Pi leu's Making Pow
3 sacks Dairy S-iIt
1 boxes Cotuentrated Lye ....
Faniy tliooius. 2 for
Fain tiolden Illo Coffee a lb..
G lbs pure Crushed Colfee
x lbs liioken Java
1 lb can Manhattan Ilak Pow.
.1 lbs l'i'onoiny llak. Pow
1 bottb.s Pickles
doz Pallor Matches
.1 lbs Ilaklni; Soda
10 lb pail Leaf Lard
1 lb pall, ;;c, i in pan
Cmiils pai ked and shipped to all
L. B. AUSTIN,
412 MAIN STREET.
i li.i.i'iioni: imti.
O O O 0J)00
Kansas City Bicycle Livery
High grade Hlcycles and
for lent bj the hour, elay,
month at leasnnable i.ites.
Wheels delivered to any part of the
city free of tharse
206 East Twelfth Street.
MirilO INMlsrifiA'lOIt DI.'AI).
lames C, Pilling, hull in Linguist and rth
imlngUt, Ceasi s to libor,
Wnshlngton, July 27. James C. Pilling,
a ptuinluent Washlngtonlaii and well
known lu scIentlHe circles throughout tho
country, died at Olney, Mil., last night.
His death was due to locomotor ataxia,
from which ho had been a sufferer for
many iais. Mr. Pilling began his sclen
title wotk by making an investigation of
the languages line) mthology of various
Indian tribes. Ho vvas appointed chief
clerk of the L'nltcd States geological s.ur
icy in ISSl.
.Siboiil llonils I'nrcb.ueil.
Topeka, July 27. (Special.) Tho Mate
school fund eomiulsslonert. havo pur
chased bomla as an Investment for the
permanent school fund us follows;
Dlstilct So. I. -Mitchell eoiiiit, 41,200;
district No. 97, Sumner count, 400; ills,
trlel No 10, MoiilKomciy founty 5i); dis
trict No. 2i, letundlng bonds, Itusli county,
JIOOj board ot ediie.itlou city of Abilene,
$1,000 Joint illstrlct No, 30, Morris and
Wabaunsee counties. $9).
10th and Walnut.
Cabinet 1-hotographs 3.00 pur doz
en. Proof shown and alt
GOLD IN THE WICHITA COUNTRY
Colonel t'rn.Minlle Siijs 1 here l .Nil Ibiulit
About the Vellnvr Mctnl lb lug I mind
In the Itrspfvallmi,
ashing!.. n, July 27 (Ppn, , ) Colonel
It Ciossu i te, well known In Ibis cltv
wh has sn ut some sears Wist in the mln
lug dunlins- q very much Intel esled hi
h'ettltiR the Wichita recetvallon opi tied In
itltemeiit, Tho colonel lells a Ver Inter-
i sung sior to the crreet Unit live jears
ngj In and another genii "inaii In Hip mln
ng businiis apidled in the department to
luvi a ertmln 11 Hunted down who was sup-
pos.Mi to up in the Wichita eountiy.
Uri I tierilllsntou frnm Hip ileimrlMtenl
T'li two rlnkeittin men lo Invade the re
Uin. where they renialned thlee months
liny were old-lime miners iitnl they cm -en
I tho r. -el vat leu viiy liioronnhly. The
Indians, however, dlixovered them and
niove thpiu out, but by thin time they had
lo atrd mint ml lu two different places, and
thev knew Just where to llnd It. Hence
tin v im anilous that the rrserwilloii be
opi ne I to "Pttlpinent. It Is ililnnd that
I he gold Minis are less than thlrlv miles
fliim the neiiesl bolder. The cobniel savs
Dure Is not the slightest -imtht about gold
b.liig found In the Ulehlt.i reservation lu
p-iv mir quantities ami lie is certain tnnt the
two men wno locateii
It for li 1 in and his
flletlds nip intln Iv reliable (lv lug to the
many reports of late about gold dlseoveiies
In thin region, there has bei n a universal
demand that the reservation bo opened to
s ttlcnnnt Petitions of (his sort have been
pouring Into the department, but the sec
ret irv of the Interior Is usually nvvay. or
If not. he I" emploed In prep u lug goldbiig
speeches, and gives no nttelilloli to busl
iii s This Is line lenson why allntlng
agents have not In en nppulntid. The In
dian olllee has been readv to take up the
question for some time, rail It Is supposed
Mr. Hmllh will not be able to get around
to business again until the tleon-la seiia
lornhlp Is settled.
Delegate Fl.vun called nt the department
lo-dav and bad u chat with the acting
secietary of the Interior about opening the
t serv.itlon. Then? vvas tin usual claim
that press of business had prevented giv
ing the matter attention. Hut the fact Is
there Is more In It for those who eonttol
the opening of the reservation to continue
the cattle leases than there Is to give tho
laud over to the settlers.
EXPEDITIONS FOR CUBA.
'Iliren Are Iteported as llelug About ltc.idy
lo s,ill I'miM the lliiltril states.
New York. July 27. The Woild to-d ly
sas Three evpeilltlous are about re'.ulv
to sail from this countn for Cuba. In
spite of denials, a large quantity of dyna
mite Is expectisl lo reach Cuba within a
fortnight Colonel I'tiriipie Cillnro has
Just nrilvcd nt Tampa. Fla . piepiratnry
to setting out for Cuba with a large expe
dition. He has bfou In t entral America,
where the s iiip.ilhv Is stronglv with the
Cubans, and lack of n miet nival pitinl
renders It easy for expeditions to leave
The Cuban leaders held private meetings
In their new headquarters list night. Pies
Ident Palm i, t.eneral Stngutllv, Trcasuier
Cuerra and several Cuban l,iwers weie
there, with n doz.cn or two of the jounger
leadeis who do not figure much In the
newspipers, but have eMiunilon, lvealth
An nlr of serious business prevailed nt
the different olllci'S nud pnv He lommlttee
confeienees were held until i late hour
at the uptown hotels.
News that the Spanish government had
notllled the Spanish Tr.itis-Atl.intlc Ste un
ship Company thnt Its xessi N mav be sub
ject to it sudden call for w u purposes has
c.iusi'd a stir. The conip.inv has some l')
vessels 1)1 lug bi'tween .Spanish and Ameri
can ports. Twenty-llvo of the-se boats are
In service on this side of th- n ran. Some
of the light tinnage vessels an to be used
for pntiol duty along tin oust and lu
Cuban wateis The Vlllav r li has In cu In
Cuba and ts used by GeliTil Campos as
his war aeht.
A GREAT FLOOD, AT WICHITA.
'I be Arkansas Itlier I) Out of Its -tanks
anil Doing tireatiDalnage to Crops
Wichita. Kas., Jul 27. (Spei i il ) The
biggest Hood in twenty-two v. us struck
Ulclilta to-dn. Tin Alkansas liver over
llovvod Its banks at many points in the cltv.
e.uly In the morning, Imprlsonln-: families
and dtlvlng many more fiom tlulr honies
Another v.ie thin feet high Is i omlng
elovvn to-night, ilue heie earl In tin morn
ing. This Is giving the citUms en it
al.uin. None of the bridges Is gone v, t,
but as two large one s are coining down nn
the approaching wave, one fiom Hutchin
son and one from Mount Hope, It Is ex
pected that the bilclge properlv of Wichi
ta will sulfer gie.it damage'. The Ito, k 1-1-and
company sent i special nam of
bildgemen here to-nlt,ht to wolk ahead of
the Hood, while the othei toads are weight
ing their bridges down with coil i.ir- No
fatalities have oecuned so far, but meat
damage has beim done to crops along the
Alknnsns valle. Alaimlng tepoits of d lin
age are coming In fnun all iu,iiii-is, piin
clpally to cattle, crops and bildges.
High Water In Oklahoma.
Specials to the Higl to-night fiom s.v
eral points in Okla'cuna lulng alaimiug
repot ts of damage hi the Hood that is i us
ing in the South Can nllaii ilvii. At .Mimo
the appioiihes nn buth sides of lie Uw k
Island budge have I" n swept aw iv .ml
the hiilge Ilself, whnli Is now standing in
an oeean ot raging water, Is expi.ti.l to
be swept awav all moment. The lo-s of
this biidge will be a heav v one, as it Is
the most valuable one In Oklahom i. Tin
entile valley bctwei.n Mlnco and Canadian
CU Is covered with water, and the In
dians have sullere I untold loss. Pomes
and dead cnttle an- going down with the
Hood in gieal numlnts, as well as sinks
of hay, and wheat, an I, lu some Instanns,
houses. The Hood Is aused by the heavv
rnlns recently In the Pan Handle and Col
orado. A PLUCKY HNSAS HOY.
I low John McCnllougb, of Norton, WasAp-
pointi'il to a Caeletshlp,
Washington, July 27 -(Special.) There Is
an Interesting bit o history ennneiteii
with the appointment of John .McCulloiigh,
of Norton, Kas., to the military academy.
.McCulloiigh pissed all othei s at tho com
petitive examination, out when the pipers
reached tho war depiitment It was dis
covered that ho w.i- 21 years old list
March, the law being tli.it apie!nti'es
should bo between 10 Hid 21 and tlu secie
tary of war decided that he could not
appoint him. Hut the history ot the
oung man and his hardships weie made
known by ilepresentailve Illue, of Kansas,
who was urging tin appointment. A -cm
ding to this statement .McCulloiigh was
a farmer who had never attended school.
Ho lived on the outer edge of a count,
had studied nt night and winked nn the
f.ilin elurliig thi! il.iv, and under these
conditions passed a very lino piellmlniiy
examination Tho sieitt.iry of war was
much interested and ho lln ill concluded
that a man vvas 21 until ho was 2, and
decided to uppolut him, but us the annual
examination came last Juno theie wus
nifira trouble". To g t over this tho sec
retuiy has onleied a special examination
at West Point In September for .McCul
loiigh, as it would uoi eo to allow him to
wait until next June for then ho would
be 22 cars old and plalnl could not be
unpointed. Ono thin- that attracted the
special attention of Sn'ietaty Lamoiit vvas
a st iteiiieut lu i'qoiiI Mine's letter that
when McCulloiigh iilieiiileel the cviinlim.
tion lie ni.ido a tilp f nearly 300 miles in
a wagon, camping out at night.
Adjutant Uennr.il iilili.lni Issue Orders.
Jefferson City, Mo. July 27 (SpecInU
lleforo Adjutant Heneral WIekhum left
for his homo In Clallatin to-day he Issued
two special orders Ono authorizing
Ililg.idler (ifucial -Milton Mooie to appoint
it cunimlttee of thtce to investigate the
rusiiollt which nccuired at the .Mobeil
encampment. The other 1111tl101lz.es the
moiuheis of Veteran Compiny A of Kan
sas City to traverse tho .Southern Mates
Iliey Were All Mlver .Men.
Camtifin, Mo.. Julv 27 (Specl.il ) Tho
Democrats of this city held a convention
to-day and selected seven deleg-iles all
silver men to tho county Democratic con
vention, to be held at Plattsburg Monduy.
Tho Democrats of this vicinity arc nut
straddlcrs on tho silver question.
Soldiers' Iti union at Arkansas City,
Alkansas City, Kim.. July 27. (Spoclil.)
Thu reunion of the Southwestern Soldiers'
mid Sailois' Association will take nla- e.
catly In October, and the otllceis of the
association expect to make It the lirscst
meeting ever held. The leunlons lieu to
fore have been very biiccessful. fiom Iv.twO
to 20.IW iiiiors uuually. attcudlnb',
ONLY ONE MORE DAY.
im; tiitt'Ar mi.vnu iiimmii: ii.i.
MR, H0RR GETS A SOUVENIR,
Ilia l)riilmt Yp.terdiy Whs largely
ialcen lip by the Unge IJuestloii,
"Whlili H'ns Ablv I're.i'iiteil by
.111. Muriel nml Inil I .rb
1 An. ieri il b llni i.
ChlcoRo, Jul) ST 'Ihe last dnv, but one,
of Ihe 1 Inrvii -tloir silver contention began
Mr. lloir opened the day's talk with a
coinpnrtoon of Ihe vviiRpg nnd the cost of
ptodurts ilutlug the i-ars from l) to lW
as shown in a table prepared by Statlctl
elan Carroll 1). Wright. With wage's nnd
prices lu I'li) taken ns the Index, or inn. It
showed that In 1KM pi Ices were 91; wagrs
lffl ami the purchaslliir power of wages 172
Mr. llorr proceeiled to argue that at no
time lu the his tot y of the nation was the
lountry ns prospeious as It vvas at that
time, In spile of the "pi line of 1x7.!.' He
submitted that tlnse- statistics were mote
applicable to the' conditions under discus
sion than those of Mr. Siucrbeik, epioted
by Mr. Ilarvev on Thursel.iy, as Mr. Smei
beek's llgures were made from prices In
1 he' Prices of V beat.
Mr. H.irvey, lu turn, look up the matter
of thi' prices of vvluiit for a series of iars,
In icpl.v to .Mr. Iloir's statement on Thuis
ilav that the farmer hid received as inueli
for his product in gold as he hint lecelved
before silver was demonetized. For answer
he quoted the pi lees fiom e,ir to eai.
He eleclnied that the niguments ot Mr.
lloir were those which had been U'eil in
all time to bulwark tyiiinny. The dccl.iri
tlon of lUiKpeiiilence w is the pioper answer
to sue h aigiiiiieuts, Mr. Halve proeci'de el
b saing that the pioper Index of pi Ices
was to meiisiire them lu nrtlcles of Inter
national uses. Tables made up by gold
men, even, on these articles, showed that
the were lower than In 1X10 Referring to
Mr. Horr's arguments tomhlug the measure
of value In huiiiin toll, Mr. Harvey ipioted
from ,n article by Mr. Horr In a papei,
In reply to a cot respondent, suggesting the
miking of so much work the npilvnlent ot
a dollar. Mr. Hon declared the proposition
absuid and confusing.
Mr. Harvey said. "This debate Is coming
to a close vlittially to-day, because on
Monday I shall spi'.ik exclusively upon the
Independent action of the Fnlted States,"
snjtiilv unit tie in. met.
Mr. Harvey denied Mr. Iloir's ,iseitlons
that railing pile's weie the results of im
Mr. Harvey said: "It Is the supply pio
duecd and the demand for It that regulates
the price of such pioducts. Suimose a
widow, owning a liiim, tecelves the volun-
tuiv assistance of hei neighbors to raise
anil harvest hei wheat- crop. Will her
win at be worth any less than the Juice
fixed b the qiiintit of wheat in exlste'iiee
known to the tr ideis and the estimated ib -maud
for it'.' If all the corn crop in Hie
fnlted Mates were destroyed, except the
crop In Iowa, would the Iowa corn prli u
be govenii'd bv the i os of prodin Hon or
the n'latlve supply and dem mil for i orn '
"The cost of tin prodm ( has nothing to
do with it A man ma produce an nun .
ot gold for 10 cents that is worth J20. Th'
fact that II ca-t him 10 cents iloes
iiniko It worth loss than 2o."
'Im, llin h llitni..
Mr. Horr "Mr. Harvey Is im stilled
lauso he takes it for granted thai
business of the eountrv eiitiiel ilinend
upon the amount pe-r capita of the ilrcu
I.itlng medium, lie Insists that If ou
shrink that you mln Hie business of the
iiuntt. Theie an a laige uumbei of
men who believe thnt do trine, but no
more tianspaicnt humbug was ever
taught the people ot this or any other
"Moncv Is u plethora In this, eountiy to
dav Theie are hundieds of millions rf
clollais ling idle, simpl becausi there is
nolioiiy to use It. Did jou know thai.'
Uli, in f i lend Jlarvev and all of i.m
men who think that wai as usuil git the
call befon the horse. It Is not an abuud
ain e of mime) that makers business nciive,
li is liusimss that makes mom actue in
this worlil of ours. (Applausi l And until
miu can i ompreliend that point. Ilioilu r
llane, )ou will nevi'i uinli island this
llii.UHi.il qiustloti nt all" (Laugliiei.)
M lloir enl lined that the siilliclcm y
or lack of sulllclency of bulking taclllties
had mm 11 to do with tho qie Mion of the
ni(,slt of a laige m small pi r capita
i in ulitlon This eountiy has a per capita
oi J2i; H2. Canada only has in per eipra,
but I'anadu has an elegant banking ns.
t, in, no better on tho face of the e.uih
than the Canadian S)stem of iitibz-ing
binks. Switzerland, one of the most
prosperous little nations on the face of
this globe, his onl $11 Is, about half as
mm h as this country has. The latlo of
money to the population proves nothing.
What we need In the 1'nited States Is
good wages for work, stead employiin at
lor our men, and we have got inuiiej
enough to do twice the business, wo ate
Iticrcaso of Wageh,
Mr. Hnrvev "At the conclusion of this
debate Mi. lloir and 1 have '.'.Iftl words
e.uh at our dispo-al to vviite nt our lels
uie within seven d.i.s aftet the debate,
to sum Hi) the eb b'tte, and nnyihini' lu
Mr. Horr's .ligaments that l do not rcpl
to to-day I will attend lo In thnt sum
mary, because theie is only a suoit time
left to lis, and I want to answer some
matters that have been intioduceil Into
this ib bate at the culler stages. I want
to speak a few moments on tho piopusi
tion that wages have lnci eased."
Speaking of orginized laboi, .Mr. Harvey
said" "Oiganlzatlon siistuins wages for
those in tu ill emplojeel, while engaged
nt work, hut when oii uvei.igc the wages
bv including the uneuiiloeil, and Include
the expense and time lost, it lines not eln
so .Make the calculation this nn) and
you will llnd that the gold basis has nieas
iiud itself lu wages with mathein itlcnl
'This condition Is not limit In, It Is pot
good far tho count!; it liueils stiile: It
cieates loss to Industiy and libor; It ile
st0s manhood; it makes ciluiliials. Tho
cause for it should be removed. (Ap
pl i use.)
ine i luor oiri.iniir.aiiuii m coiiiiuuct
nnd have a right to continue ns long as
inniic Is niganlncd; as long as monopolies
ato uigiuUeil. (Applause) Hut we should
have a civilization that would mike it
iinneeissor foi any oiganii: itlous of that
chaiacter to exist
"In i'uiope wages have been foiced down
to the le ultimate level of Hie gold stand
ard. The pa nuei tins neen useit to do It.
luter It will do It lure. The Interest of
the laboring nun Is on our side We will
hold Ids wages up without stilkcs or the
expc use of strikes
"As the fold of Califoinla raised his
wages, so will the silvei nt our mountains
as it pours into our metallic! money stock
as primary mone raise his wage's, Theto
will be work for all and the btrlfo for
labor w,ill cease
"The man who now has work or n sit
uation and selllshli reasons th it he In ue
llts himself bv milntalulug a dear dollar,
is neither huuil nor humane. He is assist,
lug In wrecking his country and it iii.i) be
too late to renii'd the eiror when he, too,
Is without employment." (Applause.)
No Advance at l'tlllliillu.
Mr. Harvey asked If wo were not de
ceived about wages being Increased. Jle
fcirlns to Ihe leported 10 per cent ud
vaneo in wages nt Pullman, nflectlug l.tiO)
men, conceded by the lompiny without
demand by the toilets. Mi, Harvey slid
the facts are that there has been no ad
vance nude in wages at Pullman, and
that Mr. Pullman himself admits that there
vvas no advance made, that what they
meant was tlm they had given the men
that, were at ivork about 19 per ccut more
work lo ,ii The had prevlousl) t n
vvnrkiiiL noli half time (Applause) Mt
llieiv. ii id a letter from Thomas
Khl I, K1 n nil snrptaty of the Mitihlu.
Woodw Hikers' internntlotml FtiMn. savnm
"lr eiothfs and food enibrau'd all the in
eslt. s let tin llllieirilii; people. Hie ileillir
would UMipn stinnuhlv he of xrealer value
to th. m I ban ever, but thev elft lint, and
what tin laborer mai s,n,. by ihenp't
lollies iiul food Is mm i thnn nlTset bv
iinieas.il nnt alone. When all thlnns an-
nnsldpre I the relative nlu, of Ihe ilnl.
lai Is no gnater now than In 1W "
Mm' hiuibk thnt lalhii will now tecoK
nlfi Hi the I'nlled Slntps Is lh It oliac
eeninl or the de pressed condition
of nrrnlrs, laborpls are not working
full tlm The unions have succeeded In
holding up the prhe per dleiu. but tin
men aie not working tmire, say, than hid -hair
the line, nhlch Is milking (hill inueli
less in elollais than the were rciclvlng.
Ihigllsh I. nml 1 1 u im v.
Speaking of tenaniv. Mi itntvev said:
"Twi'tit million a. ns or land In the
Fulled Slnles to-du) are owned bv Hugllsh
lltled hoblllt.v. an I that the llngllsh land
teiiiincv has, to that e-xtetit, been alreaely
liilioiliiced Into this countn- 111 the state
or Illinois Ihe re Is a county by the tnuiie
or Logan, Hint bus a enmity sent It) the
name of Llm olu. and vou enn ilrlve for
miles tin nugh that county on vout wav to
that count seat, and have in holh side's
or jou Lonl Me till) posm sslons. with the
lilsli (hate bed coltugis over the land."
II r, Horr Has 'I uivi lot.
Ml. lloir: "I hive tt.iveled rxtrttslvil),
vetj eMelDlvi'lv, thioiigh thlrly-otie states
eef this I nliiu, and I have never vet saw- a
single raim, not had my attintloti e ailed
to one, that was owned lij ieople llvlim
outside of (In- Fnili d Slates. Theie ale
some, nut oiej ate tew
-Not for the llllii' On iters.
Mr. Harvey snld: "The proposition Is
Jii.nle I ix the gold standard men that all of
our effiiits for the n violation or sliver Is
for the Interests of silver bullion ownei.
It is not tine' In our snuggle to leslore
a sulliilent volume of pilmaiy monej- lu
thl eountrv we have turned our intention
to silver to light the- wronn that was com
mitted and to li'store to the people that
which was the people's mone. li respective
oT who ovvneel that ptopcitv. Wo do not
object to i;old, bceanse the gold tulueis
prodmc it, and Ihe iiisumenf- that the
gentleman makes about silver produceis
could be m ub' with the .same foue about
the' gold product rs ltul I want to make
mother answer to II. I want to sa) lo J on
that the silver producers hale- not as
sisted In limning this campaign. (Ap
plause.) If the') weie assisting aiijone It
Is teasonable to suppose thev had assisted
me. I began mv woik In Muv, IVH. bv
publishing a weekly paper, nnd commenced
bringing out books In Deci'inbei, Ivji. I
bee nine ehalrinan of the bimetallic exec
utive committee of this state In the sum
mer of Is') 1. Mv committee appealed per
sonallv and bv'lettei to almut all the sil
ler mine owners In the West for donations
to assist us We did not leeelve a cent
At one time I sent out fortv-four letteis to
selected names of ns many puimlnMit "II
vei mine owners who weie supposed to be
wealth! sue h men as Molllt and Shear, of
Colorado, and Cl.uk, of Montann and did
not leeelve a cent fiom them, not even
f liotigh lo p. i) the postage on the letteis:
not even the courtesv of a rcpl). except
from one. At the lime I brought out
'Coin's Financial School' I was In elebt and
had no mone) left "
llm r Oi ts a Soiiernlr.
In closing the debate for the day Mr
Ilirvcv handed Mr Horr as a souvenir a
silver dnllir of IT'il, with the wonl "unit"
upon It Mr. Haiiei said "Take t. Mr.
Ilotr Washington mai haie ciribd II In
his pocket, Jelferson mai at one time have
had it lu his possession. It mai line paid
for the paper on ivlibh the du I nation of
war vvas wiittcn in 1M2 agalnsi Ureal
llrltalu. It mil! hale been defended by
,lac-kon when wilting his mess ige to con
Bit ss against the national bulks (Ap
plause) It Is a tit souvenir for an)
Ameile in pioud of his country and ot its
Institutions, to eurrv In his poe ket all tho
d.i)s or his life" (Passing dollar to Air.
Hoir. Applause, shouts, cries ot "llui
rahl" and continued applause.)
llorr Keeps the Dollar.
Mr. Ilprr, smiling: "I sltnll keep this dol
lar and put It to n good ur 1 Intend to
hive a hole bored tluough It and then I
will hang It around the neck of mv little
gi.iudehlld, bom iust as we commenced
this dlseus-slon (Applause ) It will elo
llrother 11. u v ev cm) I to barn thnt the
pi onlc of the Fnlte I States are still, ill
spite of the Kid. I stand ml. mirrvlng and
uivlng In muti.ici md thai ihildieu .il"
still born to u- In spit, ,.r th, silver dol
1 ir ' (I. Highlit and appl.uis, )
Adjoin lied till Moti'lav at I p in
PLOT CONTINUES TO THICKEN.
Ihe Litest Developments In Itegnril to the
light With Outlsws ut s rlil ill, O. T.
Wichita, Kas, July 27 (Special) It de
veloped to-day that ill the light between
f umers and outlaws, near Sheridan, O. T
last Tuesdii) , the Hick Yeager gang was
not Implicated nt nil, but that the tight and
killing was the result ot an unfortunate
mistake all around The supposed gang of
outlaws weie the Wlllelt bov s and a friend
named Wilbur llciid-rson, all innocent
fanner hos, of Kansas, who wen en route
lor the alleged gold llelds or Oklahoma.
The runners were membei s of the- Anll
Hoise Thief Association ami wen in setueh
of the cage r gang, who stole some horses
tioui them. When they ran across the Wll
lett part)-, the) thought It was the Yi'.iger
gang nnd began tiling at them on the
other hand the Will) tt p.utv thought the
posse ol Linnets was the Ye alter gins, who
wanted in rob the in. and tin v letnrimd the
lire, elite or the Willctis was killed nnd
the othei one and Wilbur Henderson were
wounded The tints were siippie'sseij from
some cause, but tin v win liruiight out
through lettiTs i.ceivid b- re, where Hen
A COLORED AN FLOGGED.
.loe Lorke It, u Ives llnuj I.asln s at the
Hands er Lin It. Morris nt
Mexico, Mo , July 27 (Special ) l,an 11,
Morris, pioptletor of i lliei) stable here-,
took Joe Locke, a e aimed infill, into the
tear of his bain ami, with the assistance
of empIo)is, tbe Ids hands and feet Mor
tis then took ,i horsewhip nnd laid over
100 lashes on his back, the blow! running
down to Ills heels When .Morris got so
tiled he eould no longer pi) the lash he
tinned the whip oier to John MeCowan,
who llnlshi'd Ihe job Locke was si en b)
.Munis' UMe.it -old daughter hiding among
the nun In the ganl iv-.itc hlng In i at
pliy 111 the j.nd Several times she has
been (tightened by Locke billowing heron
the stieets Yeslciduy when she saw I, I ill
111 the gulden she ton to In i uinthei who
appealed lu time- to see him escape- ovd
Kansas t'l i v i'osioi rici:,
Depirtmi'iit ut Waxbbigtixi On Hues to lu
cre is,' tile Ituuitiiig i:pe i, tees,
WishlilKton. Julv 27. (Spec lul.) Flrt As.
sislaut Postmaster (lerutal Joiu9 to-day
passed uwn lln- roMer for tin- K mas City
iostotlb-e for the pic sent )c ir, and it was
conchidecl not to increase tin amount ,if
money lo be applied to the olll, e . Postm li
ter I teed had asked for tuwU to employ
two aclciitlon.il chrks, tnd also inoin to
In added to th,' -alailes of cut, in other
clerks In tin title t, and all this was eb nn I
Thu question was settled b) sllupl) ill liv
ing the amount devolved to the olll' c to
leniain Just the nine .it last )eui. (l.inr
al Jones oh-crve I ihiit tin Kansas Cltv r
llce is now receiving mole than the ait l, it.,
olll. e handling the same aiuount of lm-l-
uPss At llri.1 li. h tu been of the liupn --slon
tint In would reduce the cxp-nsis
there, but un b r all the conditions u
liad simply concluded to let it remain as
Deitb "f IT. Overs! reel,
Sedalln. MO. Jul) 27.-(Specl.l) Dr
Wallci i' ovi'isiicel, Ji , for nearly lift)
)cu)S a proiulnc in e itucii of l'ettis c oun
tj. tiled this aiiciiiuou of might's disease
at his huiue, in riiiiiihton. Thu doctoi was
a lileloug Demo' i it and vvas postmaster
of Smlthtou tleirun- Cleveland's tlrst ud.
inlnlstrutlon Tin fuiieial will bo held on
Monday with M isonle honors,
Hoe ki Illo, Conn., Jul) 27. Tho most ills
ustroua. liio in the history of the town oe
niireil here to-li), sweeping away six
buildings on -Main street, with a loss of
$100,0110. The block was owned by W. r.
Oicutt and was. occupied by storekeepers
on tho ilrst floors, with tenements above.
Tho tenants had a iwrrow escape. Mr.
Oram's loss on the buildings Js. 30,000,
Mrtlallv. covercJ. In ltisuraucu-.. .
THE STATE RESTED.
1 III: TAM.OIt PltOM I 1 IOX I Hltot OH
nn ii ns it.Mino.vve
MORE EVIDENCE PRODUCED,
IIU'OUIAM- ItCl I.I, U IONS ItV
I'ltl.l.MAN, Of ltHIISj hi,,
Portions of I'.irtl illl Unmeet II, elding and
(bulling ItilitugluK to Oils Mii'ks
I'm, ml on tho fajlnr Turin
anil lib tillllect by Mrn,
Caiiollton, Mo., July .;.-("peclnl ) Tho
state lu the Tajlor case resled to-day about
10;) o'clock, nml court adjourned until I
Tho Heneral sentiment of tlumo who baio
wutchi'il Hid case closely nl this time la
tlpit tho stnto hits made u much strom, r
case ut this trial. All the witness, s who
testllled In March tPstllleel e quail) u.
sitting this time, and to Identically tho
same facts, No daws can bo found lu
comparing thu testimony lu Ihe- two tilals,
and there Is no dlKereni-e.
Ill uildlllou to this, seveiul new witnesses
were put on the stand, whose testimony
strengthened the cno n i) much.
The tlrst witness exumlned this morning
wus Peter McDonald, who testilled to spr
ing (ieoigc Tajlot at William Tajlor's
hotisu in Itiownlng late In the evening of
May 10; next moriilbg lie saw both rldu
out of Urounlti-t.
David ileachain snld he aw (Imrge Toy-
coming to town on the morning of tho
llth. ildlng last Next saw him nnd lull
leaving town In a gallop
Ilev. Jesse said he saw both of them
leave Iliownliig on the moinlng of tho
llth, going cost In a gallop.
A. L. Piccmini, of llrunswlek, was then
calli'el. Ho was a new witness, not having
ti'stllled In the ptcvlous trial. He went to'
Llnneus the Wednesday morning following
the minder, and went to the faiius of
lleoige and Juiiies Tajlor. In James Ta)
loi's pastuie he round whetc a lire hail
been, mid fragments of limned bedding
and clothes, a piece of burned ti misers,
the clasp ot a pockctbook and some leath
ers. The bin m d splice was 110 feel from
Ocoige Tajloi'n house.
The burned fiagments weie Introduced In
The Introdiiellon of this testimony was
etitliely unexiiecied, unci caused a dee Idecl
sensation. (leotge Tajlor spued at them
nml then began tin animated comcisaitou
with his counsel and Ids filends. Fn email
two venrs ago was a special detective tin
dci Chief Hariigan. ot St Louis He Is
now deputy state- game and iNh lviitelen.
The c'ross-rMttninntlon eneleaiorcil lo get
Freeman to acknowledge, that In- had led ti
crowd to Ccoige Tallin's house with a
lope and tried to Intimidate Mis (iLiitge
Ta.vlur to telling wheie her hush imj was
Conkllng again made his pistol play mid
caused Fn i man to be ns,i d If he was
nrmi'il. Fieem.in snld he vvas not and
Conkllng tiptoed mound him to see II ho
had a pistol. The couil lebuked him.
.Mis. Martha Mcoks, the mother of Cus
Meeks, was asked if she could idcntlti the
buiuecl fragment of ti onsets feliind hi
Freeman. She said the cloth was pail of
the trousers worn bv her son the night of
Ihe murder Sh" could not I lentifv the
clasp of tlte m)c ke-tbook as belonglnr to
(lus wife, but ns cignlxe I the b. d as h i
log b.-i n t tki n awav In her son tin niche
he was killed and identified the (-las- , 1
ptrt of a pit tun Ttanic She burst i 1
le.us as une liy one the articles i
pissed to her. The defense then sent f e
Sleeks' pistol and nsked th" old I c ! f
she lecognizcd It us her son's She n,,ui I
not sty thai It was, but said that On- h c I
taken his plstoL away the night ut th.
With the conclusion of -Mrs. Meeks' t s
tltnonv the slate n'sted for the piescni
At 1 o'clock lldward It irton was lutii
duced by the defense, but his testlm .ny
was unlmjiortnht, as vvas also Dr. Stepl n
son's. Cl.uenee Whlttaker denleil that Id hit
gone llshing with Johnnie Hoke on tl
night of the loth and sail that tin i 1
not see the Ta)lois on their wav to Mil in
Miss Van W)e was the most tinpiuin'
witness ImroJucid In the Male Sin c I
she saw William Tavlui standing lu ti ,t
of the bank and spoke to him
The state lu cross-examination bton-l"
out the fut that the lii-st person sin . r
told about seeing William Tailor was c
onel Me)ers one. of the attorneys feu
defense, nnd that was several m n
there ifier. and that he drew up a 'id
ment of what she vvnuM swim to wli n
she signed and that she at home m i '
several attempts to copy off what c c
Poiitnlued in her statennui, but falli I I
tore them up Her testlmonv was n
slder.iblv weakomd bv cioss-i xomiu in
The state will attempt lo Impc.n'i h.
testimony next week Com t adjoin u 1 if
5 o'clock till Monday mm nlng.
It irlou Comilv ttepiibllemis -Xnmhi lie
nii'at Helid, Kns.. July 27. (Sp" i' )
n.irton count) Itc public ,in hebi n Im.
and e'liihiisiiistle e onveniloii to-ela Tl
following ticket was nominated: lb ,.t
sc illative, H. F. Larimer, treason! I
lloi-se, sheriff. Lute P. , her; clerk, M I
Fills, n jjlstei of dtecls, Samuel Sicie.i
sin vej or, S A. Now combo; coioner. f. t
Shaw; e oinmisslonei Thomns It 1 1 1
Itesolutloiis induise .Mon ill's adinin'-tr.i-tlou.
slln r it,,, llnil 'their Own M'.ij.
Mexieo, Mo.. Julv 27 -(Spei lal ) Phn
Audialn county piimuiles in sele, t ti. 1. -gates
to the Perth Spring's licmw i c n
convention was In 1 1 to-dai. The' .
bugs loiiud enn linn in-y .-Mod no sh. w
so the v ii'inilin i awaj fiom tin- pulls
The silvei men had things tlteir own w.i)
Sum Cook will head the clelc satlou.
OUR HOT WEATHER GOODS
arc the most satisfactory made
in this city, SUCH Suits as we
make FOR S20 and PANTS FOR
S5 are truly comforting to thu
We are always busy, for we
have what the season demands
and styles that please every
body, F. B. ROBINSON
Ibo Co-Opcratlvo Tailor',
821 UcUtiuro ftt, Jut JJeluiv the Jumtlssn,
pc: rA gf