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KANSAS CITY. ATCUIST 17, 1SD5.-TKN IWd'Ks.
'MUCH TWO CiONTS.
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LADIES', MENS' am CHILDRENS'
VA pilrs Lndlcs' llii.' Kl 1
Shoes pointed mill squ ire tin .
pitcnt Irallirr tip mad. to Cll fZPl
tell rnr . tJ, prld onlj . . Pl.JJ
"of) palm ladles' clnlli Top CQP
Shoes, patent tip, worth d . ... JJKj
SOO pairs Men' PongoU lut
ein lip pointed sili'i sqniii
tn, stilish inni, wuith fl'm C I OQ
for Saturday 3J I . 5
1 cases Ladles' Si rgc House OQo
Slippers, worth 50., mils . C7l
n0 nnlrs Moll's Imltutlnn Alliga
tor Slippers, woith T.r, Saturd.is R 1Q
' r,ies Men's Tun Shoes,
Itupslin ralf anil go it all
Mr- worth Jl i, fm S.itur- fl I Oo
la salo sPiiS?
r cases Men's Calf Shni s
Congress ami 11 ill-, hioud d I fS K
toes, worth J.'.'l. this sale ... 0!.i7J
10 caes Ladles' Oxfords, tan JQ.
and black, woith ".lo OCft
Clonk and Suit Dcpt.
Special sale of Ladles' Linn
cleicil Percale Waists, extra qnnl
ity. woith Mo, for Sitiiidns at ...
rr: ru,tl, !.... -.i..i -.i.
', r i.iiii'iii"iin t. inline, ttniiii
nil from fl.on to JSSU. will be ("
closed out at 0
r,0 doon navv IiIiip t'allio Wr.rp
prs, largo sleeves, woilh sv ,
i . . .
"0 dozen Dr. Smith Solid Comfort
CorsetM, S pair Sattttdus at
100 dozen Corded. Ineo Trltnmed
Col sets, all sles, worth 7.V, ut
100 dozen The liostou Corbet
Waist, In lilnek and dial)
13 doren Ladles' ".-hook Satlne
Corsets, Iaco trimmed, spei lal
Our Saturday Lenders in Fancy Goods
ni ul Notions:
50 do.cn Extra quality Silk Plush
7-lneh si.., He.
lil-Iin li si,., oe.
ro dozen Irdlcs' Silln Cored Itelt
Hose Supportots, woith ;" pair; SET.
Saturdays juice le3(J
Seamless Stockinette Diess J
Shields, )er pair fi-iC
Black Pins, per hoi C
Hat Tins, per dozen 4C
Gooi' Coret Steel", black and y n
wlite, per pair 'irC
Naturally wishes her home to bo as
nice and nttraUUe na her own
If you come to 113 wo will proe to
In decorntlns: jour homes, Wo will
Klvo joii more stjlo itnd bettfr ef
fects than joii can obtain elewheie.
Furniture & Carpet Co.,
a i2ie to iae4 3a.iit.
iii:M:mi:t ms couniuv.
JU-t'abhler Tlionipiiii, of leil.illu, Ilciiiini'd
u (IliIM lit 3lt'SUll.
Sed.tlla, Jlo,, .Miff, lC.-(Speclal.) A
Jitter was lett-lvdi heio to-duj fiom J,
(.', Tlionii'son, the fugitive cashier of the
defunct rirt National bank, In which lie
taji. that he hu taken out ii.UuialU.itloii
i,tpt-is and luis becomo u cltUcn of the
jepubllc of Mexico.
Want ti hiiirn tliu Mler Men.
Jeffeibon Clt. Mo., Aim. 1C tSpeclal )
To-day u "sound moiiei" Xieniucrutlo cpib
was roimed In tlilu city. Jt idnlKta lib
BlKlieiu to do all in their puwci In ad
MiiH'C the ''sound moin'j" cause. No limn
who jolna the club will vote for uny can
didate on a free slher platform About
lift! men tinned. This is taken us beiiw
the betjlnniiiKr of a split In Denioeiatii
laukfc, whkli will laiullj tin. cutiic stale
The evident intcnlion of the Uah Is lo
intimlduto the silver men, but thiy will
ruin the Demociutlc pait by desertion nod
open hostilities, roloncl Ocorsg II. Jfuui
sey. Major l.usk unit otheis of thn local
Vcmocucy utc Ucadlnsr tub mgvc.
I NORMAN & ROBERTSON, 3
I AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE. A
TeUphou i'oaa. id :i aiu at. fl
! r otir t rl 11 t whl It we
uli. r 1 i jc i ct, r j on li i., not r. -
in I It pK.i ' 11 f ji in. ns It
w.l in s.ai Inn . ii 1 1 tit en
u'l I i i'M. '.i It..- I) i i liriih
n- h in in. -i Tin fiilljwi , nri il
f i pi a iHims fiom our ! k il ir b-t
Mull ot. Pin soli Itnl. S" a Hit., in
H'Ottfl t:tntitlnn " "
Citstoilit .. a.. 'i1
l'ond's i:tr.tct .' -tin
All. ink's 1'lastets , in
Woods' Mttle l.lver nil I"
Palm s (Mery Compoitml "
tjllll Hie omue 1t'
Ami i. llilr lnor W
I.l-ti line 7.1
irui i h Safe Cure , t.
Mi lllns' rood, stnnll In
Millms' rood, la mo ,., II,".
Simp .if riffs , in
iun s Malt Whisky mi
I "f Hows' Svinp I typo t.'J."
ion 2 k iln (jiilnltic IMIli.. I.1!
Tallinn fowl. I, box In
Tab inn rowder. pound . . .a.
'IVMow s Swan's lon l'owdrr. .10
Cii, imil ('renin lain
(noil llnlli Syringe Hi
flon.l I oiini.iln Sjilnito. ilf.
Williams' l'lnk I'lll in
IVi-rless XV. C I'hosiihate, lint
I'eirless XV, . l'luikiilmte, Jilllt "'
Itelladonna l'laslers in
Muinon's Jtemedles, Ke slye ... .n
Mm. Yale's Jl.W I'leparatlons
for . 7."
Mine. Yalo's Jl W) Preparations
for .. i.sn
t Drug Company,
B POPULAR PRICED DRUGGISTS.
548 and 550 Wain St.
A SPECIAL TREAT
In sinie for our patrons to-da -one that
will di monstrate to the complete satisfac
tion or mis one ili.it this is the ONLY
ila. e to tride, seniio and economy con
si.lt led The word of this list ou miss
ma be tlie vor one th.it would have in
terested sou most, theretoie, to bo on the
MISS SOT O.VK WORD.
Atninur's country cured bacon, n trlllo
fat, but tin- quality Is Al; bacon not near
so pood tells nt pie lb, j on can buy It here
to-day at iV lb. On out-of-town ordets the
pi ice will be 1 cent per lb. .note. This Is
the ki out est snap we have ever offered.
ricKixiis roit Tin: i:.itbv mitns.
Fiom 7 to ') n in we will sell l.om) iiacl;
hrps of Aibitckle'rt eollee at lue iikp.
Ktom il to In n. m. we wilt Rive v ou one
hour to buy potatoes lor less monev than
jou hai eer paid for them, sood sUe and
all sound; lHu bushel. We'll deliver them
lor on if ou do not live too far awav.
AFTXlltNOON' SXAl'S FltO.M 1 TO 1 i'.M.
Wo will sell M barrels of the purest anil
finest Ki.tuuliiK'il suK.rr, -' lbs for St.
Not nioie than Si pounds to a purchaser
and none sold to children
We want jou to come here to-day and
set our butter for Sunday. We have plen
ty of the iy best enamiry, -Vo lb.
I'aney (ountry butter, 13p lb.
tlond dali buttei, J lbs "ic.
It Is Impossible to make a jrood cup of
rotfee out of a poor ankle. Voir ulwas
ba e pood oftee w hen you use Chase .V:
Sanboin's I'liney lllo at STu1, their ,la.i
and MolIi.i at 30o or tbolr Seal bland at
7ji per can.
Our teas move rapidly.
I Pin powder, 2.1c lb; li lbs $1.
Impi-ilal, 2m lb. ." lbs $1.
Ilasket tired Japan, 23c lb; 5 lbs $1,
OoIoiik, -"' lb; u lbs Jl.
'.: His new dust, -"ie
Don't forset to lslt our laundry soap
department when you need laundry sorp.
Voir i an set three or tour bats more here
for a fiuirter than elsewhere
,ul palls of choice laid, in .1, 5, II) and
20-Ib pails, J-lb pall, 20c; 5-lb, 30c; 10-lb, tjc;
2-lb. $1 in
Ainuiin's butterlne, 10c lb.
Hose of K.inas Hour, ii per owt.
Import il, J.' 2.1 per ewt.
li.il.li n WeiMlnif. J-'25 per cwt.
liub, S2 .'0 per ml.
(mt of town orrli rs picked and shipped
to .loriot frei of chare.
As pil. is fhiinup dilly pie rse clip this ad
and send with oi.br.
roruLAU low rnicn ohockr.
KlT-lffl l MN hTltlMIT.
NEBRASKA'S BIG CROPS.
In KpkIoiis W liuro l.ant Year Piiiplo Worn
Mm vliifj '1 hey Cannot Morn the l'rml-
iitts fur Wnut of Itoiiiii.
T.ottp City, .NVb., Auk. lfi An in
cident oceuuod In this city to-ilny
which inatks In n way nothing else
could have done tho tliifeioncc in tho
oontlitlonof tliliiBS which exists tlitotiKli
out the state now and that of this, time
ltit.t j ear. Then n disaster greater than
wotds can tell Jind occuind, Statva
tiuH practically stirred them In tho
face. Now they lutvo not buns or cortt
orlbs IiIk rnotiKh to hold tin prodtico
which bountiful nature has ptovidcil for
a tho very toom from which COO
people had distributed to them all
thiutiKh tho winter months tiro supplies
sent them by their tnoto foitiinuto
brethren la the Hast, and on which
they woie dependent for subsistence, a
teceptlon was given the llurlhiKtim'a
hind aKi'iitb' eM'iirsInn, unil a feast of
Nebtaska ptoduots siiread befom them
KOOd eiioiiKh for a king-. Tho liosts of
tho occasion eiubt.ieeil tho oppoitunlty
of expressing in woiils whlclt caino
fiom tho lieatt their appreciation of tho
aid then eMendcd theni, wlilU thej
pointed with pride to tho walls of tho
room, hung with some of this yen's
products of their Holds, and assured
their guests that Xeln.tbko. has enough
tor twelve mouth) lo come to feed tho
world It was no Idle boast. Tho party
to which the wouls cru addressed had,
dm hit,' tho previous two days, traveled
mer moie than 1,107 miles of Nebtas
lcu's soli. They hud seen nothing but
e (deuces of abundance cornllelds as
luxuriant as any which ever m lived in
the bieezo; hay, wheat and oat stacks
aiieady hanested, which told of the
richest abundance; pastures over which
line hetds of cattle toaiiied at will; or
chards, the ttees in which were laden
with fruit; itiul they had met with a
peoplo whose courage was not a hit
daunted by tho ililllcultles and disasters
through which they had passed, and
who viewed tho fututo with a buoyancy
of hope which wot ds fail to desctlbe.
They leat ned that Nebraska's grain
ctop of the J ear will not bo less than
2.'5,O0O.00a bushels. Of tills 15,000,000
bushels will bo of wheat, SO.OoO.OOO bttbh
rl of oats and JSO,000,OOQ bushels of coin.
Miscellaneous crops, such as hay, nl
f.ilfa, potatots, boots, etc., will bo rela
te ely as huge Hvcrythlng Indicates
that Nebraska will this year have ono
of the latgest haivests iu tho state's
The greatest adepts In the culinary art
are particular to ue the lloy.il liaising
HOKE TURNED DOWN.
Mil. 1MITII NI ltltr.lt l llli: AIM'HIM
.Ml M' (If ItOltlHtl- I.. ItAV.
RECOMMENDED ANOTHER MAN,
it is Ai.sn a nuttier .i,.r at tiuv-
l.lt.Mllt Itl.M'ltOW, OP OKLAHOMA.
llil, lliiifrter, Due Not Wurrr Mr. t Ipm-
biinl, Who Made, tin Appiilulinrnt
Itit) I popil Iti iifrnw's ( 111111I3 Kit-
oril S( hi'iitp unil l'nbtlslieil
(Imp nt lll l.eltcrft.
Wiishinirton, Amr 1(1. (Pppclnl.l Tlipri Ir
an lal. ipstliiK storv In eonnwllon with
tho nppolntui' nt or Uobett L. liny, renls
t. v of tin 1 mil olllce at Wooilwirnl un
tiniiiiiid io..iv. Mr. Hay I tho man who
1 vpni .1 the iiuinty rpi'onls schenio nt
Oom ruor Itoiifrow and furnlshM for pub
ll.Mtlon a lettpr of Henfrow to hint toll
In ur linn Imw to work to the Interest of
the bud. lOinern In which the Rovern
111. nt was tippiwpi! to luivp eonnectloir.
A f.o simile of thin loiter appenn-d In
the Kansas Cltj Jonrmtl ntul enntlpd u
lin .7p In Oklahoma. Tlii governor, on
JiPirlnir Hi it It iv wnntpd the olllce of
ipc'sti r Informisl Secretary Smith about
tn.s man Itay, which was enough as far
as Smith was concerned. He did not rec
ornm. rid Itay, but did recommend the np
polnunirit of llorro.1, a clerk In the Wood
w ir.1 bind olllie, who had been Imiiortcd
from Tennessee by the otiteolnif ipkIs
I r Mr llunnioik When It wtu dlseov
ere.l 1h.1t Si.ritary Smllh had, after the
epo-e of flovernor Kenfixiw, ticommend
ed Herrod, a letter was sent to tho presi
dent pvpl.iiniiiff tho whole matter. In 11
few d.ijs thp Interior otllcials rccelvnl a
ciiiimiinii-ailori from Mr. Cleveland di
recting tliut all application for this olllce
bo sent 10 Ui.i Gables. They were sent
on Tin s lay list and to-d.iy the appoint
ment or IU Is olllclally announced. This
Is a genuine turndown of the speretory of
the int.iinr and (loverttor nenTrow by
the pit sidi nt In this npiwlntnnnt. The
npiMilntment Is looked upon as a center
shot under the circumstances, iind the
Til. nds or It iv belleVP that for once the
Intel tor crowd has been Interfered with In
.John L Itlchardson, chairman of the
Pernor ra t K state central committee of
Kansas, is vei v much surprised over Ids
appointment os roei-der of the lind oillco
ut Topeki, which wns announced to-day
It is by far loo serious to be a Joke,
and H the information will create a
smile on the faces of 11 number of peo
ple In Kansas. Mr. Itlchardson said to
night for tho benefit of the Journal that
he would not take the place. The position
pis between $0 and ?7f) per year and
to draw tho piy he would h.ice to move
from bis home at Wichita to Tnpekn. and
Mr lib hards-oii thinks tli.it his riolltlc il
li'tlucnee should 'all for much more than
this. Sorrre weeks ago when Ml. Iticli
ardson was at the Interior department
ho told the olllcl.ils that he would not a. -cept
the ofllco iindir nnv conditions; that
It was not In the line he wanted and did
not pay enough. All this he had endeav
ored lo make plain to the olllclalsi and
now the iiniiiiinciment of his appointment
comes to him as a great surprise
Mr Itleliaidson and Sei-ret.iiy Thurber
were sdioolin lies mid friends In their
e.irlv da vs. The former had been bsl to
believe or expect the latter would put In .1
good wopl for him that would amount to
something. The appointment ol to-day
in the fan of this becomes all the more
The appointment or Clinics L. Stowo
as mirsh.il for tin Southern Judicial
di-trli t of the Indlin Teirltorv, is
a triumph of Texas carpeting rule In
that territory. Stowo was unpolled lrom
Texas three months ago to ceiie
under his brother, who w is then mir
shal it was his lli-st trip to the terrltorx,
and It Is alleged he intends to i.uate the
rountty just as soon as the goi eminent
can spiro his sore lees whieli will be in
a little less than one 5 ear and seven
PROHIBITION IN SALINA.
DilTereneii of Opinion as to Whether the
Liu Is I'tTi-itltclj Cnrrliil Out
ill lint CI IV.
Topelt.t. Ka , Aug. 10 (Special ) C. C.
Culp, a prominent citizen of S.ilina, was
jesteiday interviewed by a reporter upon
the prohibition question, and said, nmong
"Wo have ptohibltlonHts in Sillna, but
no prohibition We have saloons 1 mining
openly, and no attempt la made to cloie
them They p iv .a lcvenue, but not to the
city No onp knows whit becomes of tho
money excepting the olllcors collecting It.
The levies upon the saloons are sometimes
made twice iu a month, sometimes only
oriie, tne 'lines' usually amount lo ('0"
The attention of J L. Ilristou. who Is
pilvate secretary to Ooveinur Mori HI, but
who lives in Sallna, was callnl to Mr,
Culp'.s interview to-day, and he stoutly de
nied that any such condition of alfalin ex
isted iir that town.
".Mr. Culp has ery nearly described tho
conditions existing In Saline county under
Populist rule," said .Mr. llrlstow, "but It Is
not a fact that open saloons now rim un
molested In S.ilina. Under the late Populist
regime In our eounty, County Attorney
Lovltt levied tribute upon the jolutkeepers
with eloik-llke regul.tilty, and tiny were
permitted to escape nil other punishment,
but since the l.epublleans gained control
that system has been abolished At tho
last city election J. T Has ward was elect
ed maor of Sillna, largely on the Issuo of
prohibition, and, while It Is 110 doubt trim
that Joints may spring up here and there,
they are not permitted to run with tho
sanction of the ollleers, and the culprits
aio anested and punished whet ever de
In contending with violators of tho pro.
hlblirty law in Kanas the ollleers are al
ways frowned upon by certain elti.ons who
conclude, from their own knowledge of the
exIsteiRC of some hick door or down cillar
dive, that piohihltlon Is a failure and th it
the people are clamoring for iinubuilsslon.
1111 II. Lit COUNTY Itl'.tJNIO.V,
Obi Saddlers of That ('utility Will .Meet at
Lliliiriulii N ptciuber It'll.
Klilorado, Kas., Aug, 10. (Special.) The
second animal reunion of thn ex-soldlers
of Duller county to bo held iu this cltj
September a to ti promises to lie a grand
nrtnlr. The illlferent committees tiro bus
ily cngagel and are meeting with sploudld
sin cess. The reunion will be held iu the
beautiful parks and 200 tents havo been
seemed for the occasion. The. speakers
who have accepted so far nie Hon, J J.
Irwalls SPiialor Lucleu IUkfr. Hon.
James McDermntt, of Aikansas city; Col
onel t. 11 Wnteis. ot Kansas City; Con
gressman It. W. Iliue. Colonel 1J. II, Mad
ison, of Podgo City; Hon Ilern.ud Kelly,
of Kmporlu, Hon. J. V. UceUman, of Ar
karuas Cit; Senator Petier, Jlun. Charles
Lobdell, speaker of the Kaiuas house of
iepieii.ntaties, and others have been in
lteil. Via, 10 will bo a bai beetle 011
W'ednesday and a grand p.itado Thursday.
Tho cisy. safe and certain protection of
our bread, biscuit and cake from all danger
of uuwholesomeness is In the Use of the
lloyal Itaklug Powder only.
(iiilti the Ittd -lieu llreniater.
Outhrle. O. T.. Aug. 1C (Special.) A. I-
Woods, of Dayton, l) u iasscuger on a
Santa Fe exptcss bound lor ll.il.eaton, had
uviduntly lead much about tho llulUn and
his loo for llrewuter, but was not posted
on thu Itws 011 the subject, so when a
patH of 11 doicu Poncas boarded tho tinlii
ut While lluglc. Woods pioduced u bottlo
ut whisks, and bunding it to the oldest
bi.ivc. usked him to drink. The Indian
did so, unit so did Ids companions until
tiro bottlo was empty. Soorr after, Deputy
I'nlted States Mmsluil Oveibay. who was
un Uia car, .melted and baOua'si Ur,
W. iK Hi prnt the tglt In the fed. 1 il
i.il 11.1 in ibty witi Ink 1 In-fiirn I tun I
s it.s .lu.iifr nierpr, nt nkiik, mil fit . 1
i.ii li-.isiiR lltjlior tn In linn"
TOILS TIGHTENABOUT DllRHANT
Mrs. t.enkn Will 1'lirilHl Hip Ijistt.lllk
III Hip t I111I11 of LOilinic Agubi't
I tin AiiiispiI.
Sun Frftiii I, o. Oil., Aim !' A local pn
p. r n)s th. last link 11. tl 1 lutln of pvI
'! ti. p niialnst Thpodore Imti int has lpn
lis. ol prnl A Woinnti tiho lln across the
i-ttipt from Lmnnnel llnptlsl church ha
tiporlp.l to tin police Hint she saw Hur
rmt nnd lllnneli Lntnont niter tin iliur.-h
at I I" on April 3. the dy or Miss Lamont'
Hsiippe.iiiitKi The woman's mime I Mrs.
Lmki and he lives at I'M llitrtlett itlreet.
She is (Vi j 1 ur of ate and lui been a
member of thp church . tiumber of eitr.
SOip knew both liurrant and Mis Liimntil
liillnmtp and therefore cannot be nils
taken with reirnrd to the Minlity of cither.
Slip envs Mip luis rcmmnoil silent slme the
discovery of the body of Iln two girl
bei ause she did nut Wish to nndfrito the
nnnoyntue of being a iltnin In the ease
and did not consent to divulge her Informa
tion lo the police until she-jtecnnip con
vlncenl that it was a duty he owed lo tho
On April 3 Mr. Ieake nl at the win
dow of her ri-'lrlencn lienrlv nil of the after
noon looking for her daughter, whom she
expected from San Mtteo. Al I o'clock she
saw 11 pouplp coining up thp street, one of
whom slip Instantly rei'onnljud nt Murrain,
but at first she wn piiKSted over the Iden
tity of tin girl. She llfst thought that the
.voiinit lady was Lucille Turin r, but as the
eouplp 1 ,nne nearer Mrs. Leake r og
nlttid the girl it Illnliehe Limont, MIk
t.iiniont woip a short schoolgirl' dros and
carried a package of school books. The
dress and the w-liool book were after
wards found secreted In the clmri 11.
When the couple reached the i hureli gntP
thev stopped for a moment Ournint
opined the gate and thev passed through.
Mrs. Lenko, fiom her point of observation,
was watching them, nnd whin the gill
Hli ppcil thtmish the giitcwn, she mil. I
to herself. "What an Imprudent tiling for
her to do."
Mr. Leake knew nothing detrimental to
Dm runt. She had ninny considered him
"such nrr exemplary joung man," but not
withstanding th it fact she thought It ex
ceedingly Imprudent for the girl to go Into
the church with him nlone. She fpuresl
someone might hnvo seen them 11 nil inake
unpleasant remarks. She imagined that
thev had some errand In Hip church and
I'Xpected In a few minutes thev would come
out. Slip watched carefully but the gate
illd not opeir.
There la only one entrance lo l'manucl
church during the week and that Is by tho
side gate 11 nil rear door. Mrs Lenke knew
that the voting people would have to pis
thtough the gate find she wanted tiVfee
them on the stieet nitnlu before she lert
tho window She waited 11 long time-, but
household duties llnallv called her to tin
other part or her Hat and sin was obliged
to give up the vigil.
.Mrs. Lcike's testimony complete tho
chain of evidence against Puriant Thtco
school girls saw Ournint nnd lllanche Li
mont riding on 11 Powell str,e. t ear at .110
of the 1l.1v that Miss Lamont illsnppeuted.
Atloitiev Martin (.iiiinliui smv the louplo .1
few liloi ks rrom tire rhun h a fe-vv minutes
before I o'clock. Now eoinis .Mrs Leake,
who s.ivs she saw Dunant ami Miss La
mont enter the church 11 lew minutes
later (liorge King, the organist, has al
ready tcstlllnl that he etitei.,1 the church
about ". o'eieiek nnd s iw Purratit com
ing elown from the attic. Purnnt's li ilr
wis disheveled, his luce was rid, he was
p intlng lor breath nnd was In a state ot
utter ph)sc.il and noivous collapse In
msvver to Inanities ho ixplalne'd that ho
hid In en engaged Ilr repti'rlrie' electric light
wins In tlie 01 Kim loft and had been ovir
eonie bv gas An expert ele. tililan after
wilds cTiuilned the wins nnd te stilled
tli.it no 11 pairs of tin riituic Oiitrant
1 Inlnuil to h ive tnado ha 1 be. tr 111 1 Ie with
in six months.
CHASING A DIAMOND THIEF,
l.Lil.v iintont Springfield, HI., in the Cap
ture) of 11 Wedl lire sse,il Crook Ilnn
eiri'iU .loin thn Pursuit.
Sprlngntld, III. Aug. If!. A dining nt
tPmpt nt a wholtsulo diamond lol.btry oc
curred this afternoon at 1 o'clock on tho
west side ot thn public squaie. A largi ,
lino looking middle aged strungti, viiy
well dresseel, enteied C. XV. Chattel ion's
Jewelry story nnd asked to sec some dia
mond rings. A tine was placed b. fnre
him. Ml. Chntterton's attention was mo
mentarily attracted bv another eusronni,
but. looking In a minor, he savv his dia
mond customer soUe a handful of valua
ble lings. Mr Ch.iturton stepped qtiletl
to the front dooi. inipiidlng to closi ii
but tho thief, di lipping bis plunder and
having bis coat nnd I1.1t 111 the' stole,
dashed out, overturning Mr. Chattel inn
Tho bitter picked himself up, and nl-o
centless, hiitless, ami brandishing 1111 tim
bre 11 1, cltasi'd the thiif down the pilncip.it
streets, police and hundreels of iltUeiis
Joining In tho chnsi lu was capnii...l
lifter going several blocks. The thb f gave
his name ns lb org. Simmons, ami hu
homo as Nashville, T tin.
Tho Itoynl Halving Powder Is the purest
and strongest biking povwlor made, and lias
received the highest award at all the great
Intern itional and stile fairs wherever ex
hibited In competition with others.
.... . ..... . ....ii.
Abilene, Kas, Aug It!. (Special.) One of
the prettiest pnllii n( rows that has ever
been seen in Pii kln-on lounlv is on In -tween
the mlddle-oi-ilic-road Populists arid
the ruslonists. The utllisi-seeklng leaders
inudo a trade with the Democrats and
.rt ..!.. . t A.l .. r..i.... ,1. I.. , ........ .......... ....
righting Over I iislon.
in. 11 lie, e'ituiiniiiee s iui no uoininaieii ov
iietltlon for at bast part of thu ticket.
The tuslon deal w is a straight trade and
tho support it is r. Ivlng Is not Hatter-
It... ,n ). ... ml. ...I.. , ... ., .!......' mi... v..
ll.h 11' 1,117 .,t.l...ll!l U'l -1 l,ll',l-Ul. I HI. Itl-
publlcnns never had -o bar rnonioils a suri
;...p, fv... ti... .1.1... ....1 ..in ..1.. I,..
I'w.i ivi iiiv Intnl. .in, ii,,, ti 111 i-ua
.Xrrihtsut spring Valley.
Spring Valley, 111., Aug IC-Slrorlft
Clarke, of Pilneetori. to-day arrested over
thirty of tlie rin n who i.iu tlie negroes
out of Loiation. lb was assisted in tho
work by lltleeu arm. t ibputles. Tho slni
Itt and his ini'ii went to No. 11 shaft this
afternoon and as 1110 nun came up ho
served ilium with w ninnis. Tluj vvero all
placed In elnsed wagenis and lnavlly guard
ed. '1 hey were not allownl to ediauge. their
lilt clothes nor wa-b tin li faces. Tin
slierllf slarted olf with his prisornrs aliout
supper time ami will nnivo in Princeton
about II o'clock t" night. The arrests
weio m.ido veiy e;iiietly and 110 tlOUblo
IC.llin.lH iillouiil (iilillil riieiiliipiuent.
Hinporla, Km . -N"T. 10. -(Special.) A
meeting was held to-night to arinugo foi
the Kansas National (iuard encampment,
September 2 to 7. (hand Aims' meir 1110
especially active, as also am all tho secret
orders, and it Is expected that tho latter
will send invitations thioiighaut tho state
to their iminheis, and a giand icuiilou of
. 1. .. n..ln- .. Ill 1... li . 1.1 .1. 111. ur lll.i . ... il..l.1
lilt' inui'ia 11111 .iu 1.1 i' .iiii.t.f. ...u in. i.i,i'-
riieut. it Is ejiiieeti'd that the li.iiado on
Thuisday will bo the litgist of tho kind
I in 11 iincare'ii ill viiiici.e. iviiiiei.ii n.iia
will bo made b the railroads
.senator lll.11 l.liiirn's ( li,imc-.
Cincinnati, Aug 10 A sjiecial from
rr.rnkfott, Ky., njs the mums, show
that Seliutoi IHiekiiuin li is enough
to senile Ills lo-eioetiou, provided the ells
trb'ts heiutoloie e.inie.l bs the Demoerats
give their usual re-ailts Many nt those
pledgi'd to Illaikbuia ate oppose .1 to his
tiee silver views, and Ids opponents e lalni
that 11 majoilty of the Democratic nom
inees for the b'glsluuro die 'wind money"
men. and when tin- time- comes tor tho
oh-cilon of senaiot Senatoi lllackbura in ly
Hud the sltii.illon thansed.
I Ivlllgitllll lonillj lllatitlltl',
Chilli, othe. Mo.. Aug. 10 (Special ) Tho
Livingston counts t' lelui-' Instiluli do 1
a successful two weik' session to-.tiv
Ytsteidas it was ib deled to hold a Jour
weeks' session In this ills', beginning Au
gust 1, lb'iO. St ite Supi rlntcnde-nt Kirk i -iteel
the institute oit the 1 till. Itcsolutlous
were adopted thanking the school board
for Its assistance. Superintendent Klik and
President Allen Moon, tor their Inspiring
talk, Commissioner Spirliug for his ail
and all who la -ml way assisted to make
tho institute u suecess,
Oklahoma Newspaper Men In .ses-don.
HI Iteno, O. T. Aug. In -(Spec! il ) Tho
Oklahoma Picss Aso iatlou convenes! here
this afternoon. Judge It H. I'oriest de.
llvered an address of welcome. M, (
Ulx.lt r, of the Norman Demociat: Frank
(iicer, of the fJuthri. Capital: J L Iserr
hiirs. of the Hull Wave, w H. Holloa, ut
tlie Woodvvaid N'WS, and J. T Pilurer
all delivered addii-ses on topics us-sUned
them. Thu association visited Foil Hi no
and a banquet was .(.ivcd W-DlfUt at the
..u.....(iv,,. ,. ...-.ii.., ... ... ., -,.l ,ULL1IIK 111,
the mono, lo buy out ami suspend a Popu
list paper which opiospi! them. Now tin
stalwart lJeruoer.it- and Populists alike
ale angry at the si In me and it Is possible
I 111: mimi M'mi nv 1 in: ciitcAiit) has
1 iti si in 1 111: i:.st.
NOT SO MUCH "PROTECTION,"
ct.Ai.M 10 in: .Mti.r. to pay kmii;-
Copy of a Clreitliir srnt i:nt to t'llrle
Investors In Hip MHtnurl Has ('11111-
p my sninn I'm Is mid I'lg-
lire I b il Are Inti resting.
The doleful story told bv llm friend of
the Chicago go trust, which ha a trun-clilsi4-
iltrdpl' (he name of the MIsboiuI tin
Company, la order to have the eompans
"protected" from the Known City riu
Light atlrt Coke rotnpiiny, I llnl told In
the 15nt a It I liere, where II Is hoped to
Inducn cnuuctlmen to fornct their duty to
tho city anil net for the gas couipaliy. The
following circular Was sent to tld city
from Vermont, where It I bolng Industri
ously circulated by Hip Missouri Cm Coin,
pany. According lo thl clirttl.tr the Hew
coinpnny Heed very little "protect Ion." for
It already has la sight n revenue of more
than enough to pnv full Ihteiesl on It
bonds and paj dividend to stoekholdei
of more than 10 per cent per annum.
The demand for protection which Is so
strong In some quarters, according to thl
ollciit.tr, simply means Hint the Chicago
trust Is trying to run the old company out
of tho Held In order that there wilt be no
competition and that there may be si divi
dend of 20 per cent paid to tiro stock
holder. The circular Is very "mealy," and should
bo rend carefully bs- those who so boldly
stand between the people and competition
In g.iB. Instead of cheap gas the erfoit
now scetas lo bo to run tho old company
clear out ot business In older that the Chi
cago gaa ttust, tin trust made so odious a
few Jenrs back when Cleveland wns re
ported to havo made a fortune by dabbling
In its stock, may have a clear Held, whllo
an olel established company Is compelled
to rctlie nnd Ioso Its vast properties al
ready in operation.
The circular claims that the new com-pans-
has contracts with more than 3,000
of the customers of the old coiup.ins-. As
the old company ha but 3,000 customers,
this means that when tho new cornpaiij
starts, unless Its circular Is false. It will
practically run the old company out ot
business. Now, It Is oxpeetod that certain
members of the cltj- council will further
"protect" the Interests of tho new oompiny
by placing bitch restriction about the old
company thaldt Is practically driven from
the city. ' - '" -. -
With tho new company paying dividends
of $1110,04 on its J0,MW,0oi) of stock, after all
lateiest charges are paid, anel In view of
the fact that tho old compuny has not
paid a dividend In sis years, It looks a
llttlo peculiar that the new company
should bo so "protected" that it can take
the city by the throat bee-auso the council
would not permit competition.
I'ollowlng Is a. verbatim copy of the cir
cular, nnd In view of tho fnct that the nevv
compuny was emphatic in Its assertions
that It was willing 10 let the olel compaus'
havo a franchise similar to Its own and
that It Is r.ow moving heaven anil earth to
prevent such a franchise being given to thu
old company, the peoplo should tnkn the
matter in hand and let the council know
that they are no more anxious to be In the
gr isp of the Chicago gas trust than of unj
Missounr a.vs company.
It. M. Snyder, Pros. C. J. White, Trens,
It M. Snyder, President Mechanics Ttnnlc
of Kansas City.
C J. White, President Citizens' National
b 1 11k. Kansas Cits.
J. Crawforet James, T. M, James & Sons,
w holesale crockery.
Oeoige P. 01mstead, Cady ,i Olmstond,
Ji vv elers.
Honry C Itevv, retiree.
Works now under construction nt Kan
sas City, Mo.
Honds authorized Jl.m.OOO
Capital stoek l.Wl.OOO
Honds to be Issued l.OOO.un)
The city of Kansas City, sei-onel ill sln
and importance in tho state of Missouri,
Is well known to possess natural advant
ages tint all thinking men unite In s is'
Ing will make a great city. The present
Iiopulatlon Is about 1V),000 in Missouri and
CO.uoo iu Kansas, nil of whom it is proposed
to leach by this company. Our present
franchise Is from Kansas Cits', Mo., and
runs thlrtv years, Fiom subscribers in
Kansas City, .Mo., over S,(W written con
tracts have been effected. In which thes
agree to uso tho gas ot this compmy ex
clusively for live searH. This will Insuio
a prosperous buslinss from tliost.ut. Theso
contracts Include not only !" per cent ot
all the present consumers ot gas, but
those who have their buildings piped tor
gas but pot now using it.. The 1 eduction
of prlie to 11 nd opens up also an entirely
new Held that of cooking and heating,
which alone will be a inejst luir.itlvo busi
ness. Tho ooirtiacts cover tor all pur
poses lighting, looking and heating. No
illy in tho I'nlted States ot samo sUo Is
using so llttlo gas or presents such oppor
tunity for a rrew plant. In tho business
put of tho city, while all houses are piped
tor gas, not one in six lire using it, whllo
In other titles of sin It slje, from tluee
loutths to live-sixths of sin h house's do
use k.is Wbh S urn subsi iiln is under con
trail, tlie output ..in In - itels cull allied
to be between !no.imo and fion.CmiUio) tirbb
fcer annualls wnnh will show cuinlug eg.
Going to Boston?
If so, you will need
Uiiiblcin Cards and
'eare the maun,
lacturersof the ()1:
list) Special Car els
Kansas City, No. IO
Oriental, No. 35,
Jlioiis unlit or (-'ards or.liled alu-.ld of jrou,
Ilnn't vi alt until but moment.
J034 Maiu Street.
follotv, nslnit the lowest estl-
4im.ii.il, 1 ,t t ito
iii"' t of producln sum. ueln
nil mi, nils, huwr. snlurti and
cvpi 1 lltiin of every kind, In
1 hi litiK nlno il per cent uross te
mpts te the cltj lm.fifl
Less Interest on bolldl
leaving for dividend on mrk 1"0,tl
Thl estimate should be rclled very
irtnntt. and with Iho growth of the dt.
will ne proportionately incretinl, It will
thus he seen that the stock will be mule
viiliiublp ihnn tho bonds The works arc
bi'liig const! iipIpiI by the Nntlonnl tlas and
Water Company, builder and operator
of ga woiks. It nitlvc mnhngcnvnt are
rdlnble and resimnsildi' men, who will
push nnd di'VPlnp the business. The com.
pnnv will bp vpry optilnr with thi tietiple,
nnd rtcservedlv o. A lirge proportion of
the bond lire subs. Hind feir; the Imlani e
e now ofTi red
Term ot subscription to the securities
rurnlshp.l on nppln atlon to
It M ssvium,
1IJ pelawnre si , Kmns city. Mo,
BOOM FOR GOVERNOR MORRILL,
I tin Washington "Sews" Intimitis Mini
Iln Ala) Ite nil Hip Hi Let Willi
lollt Itl I lb
Washington, Aug Hi -(Spe. I.il.l Tim fol
low Inn I from an edltoii.il In to-da.v's
Washington Nm "(loviinor Morrill, of
Kansas, is on his was to t'ottl.uiil. Me.,
his hlrthnliii e. lie Is a eloi frleltil of ox
tspenker Heed, and a bo mi has been tart
ed for the governor to be plm e'd on the
ticket with Mr. Hoc! in the event the bit
ter I the ltcpuhliiun nqmlnee tor presi
dent, ikivernnr Al urrlil wrisiiMl Knnsi
from the Populist, and he Is a strong innii
iimnng Western Itepiiblli 11ns. lie spivp.1
u number ot jpiii in eonuress from his
adopted lale, and when tin llepubllcans
last were Itl conttnl of Hip house wns
chalrtunu of the lotnmltlie on luviltd
pensions, a position vvhldi lit ought lilm In
1 losp contact with tin e older otaiinirn
tlotis of the loimttv During the wr duv
prnor .Morrill was a soldier, nnd lrom all
inionnls he was a bi.ive one lie quit
lighting when the War was over Though
an Intense partisan and an enthusiastic
itr.unl Army man, the governor has been
fair and lourtcous, as a iu!e, to those who
differed with ltliu in war limes m who
do not belong to his pnllthnl pal Is He Is
urrdoubtedly the comm indlng llgiite nt
present in Kansas. McKtnby has been
corrutlng on securing the Kasiis delegation,
but ijovernor Morrill Is for Heed and If
lite gentleman from the pinlrles ipiiIIv
wants the noniln.it Inn for vice prisident
he will give the old. r until. biles a r.u e
not s inn to be foiKOttcti Heed and M01
llll would be a genuine Yankee team and
New HnKliiiuI might go crazy ovir tin 11
It Is 1. 1 ailed that Kansas has nev 1 r hud
a meiubi r of the euhllict, miieli b ss 11
vbe president Tin re 1111 quire 11 1,11111
ber 01 cab tilntlnns now b. lug in ide atnong
prominent lleptibli. mis to illlnt give tin
State u Vi e tireslilciil 01 1 111. uibe 1 of tin
. .ilillnt unil. r Hie .nlnilnlslt itlon thit
Ink' s hold less than out star and seviu
months 11.1111 now.
RESUBMISSION IN KANSAS.
A .11, inlier of tbo l.cglnlntiirp Think
Ouisthm Will lie -int lo thn
I'i opbi I bis W lull r.
Topcka, Kns , Aug 10 (Special)
IVkstelti, miMiiber of the bgidature
Wichita, itilorms a iipoitii that lie
eeitain a special s, s-1011 of rin legist iture
will bo held during the 1 inning winter, aird
in expressing tills opinion u-es the fol
lowing strong liUKtiige.
"I do not .see how It em be helped. It
would take onis- live members or either
body to assemble and demand a. call of
the house, when absentee, could be ur
tested and taken to Topcka. Hut as a
majority of each body believes the con
stitution means what It sa-s, they will
meet when the time ionics whether called
by the governoi or not "
Mr. Ucksteiu Is 1111 outspoken champion
of 11 project to resubmit the prohibitory
anipnilment, and ptofesses to bedieve that
the legislature In speed il session will au
thorial u. vote on tho proposition. He
"It now being an assured fact Hint the
legislature will hold a session during the
lomlng winter, work in the interest of
resubmission should at once bn 1 nmnieni ed
Couple loeul option with resubmission, nnd
I have no doubt but Hint tip necessary
two-thirds vote could be easily secured.
It Is within my knowledge Unit members
who lepreBciit constituents that are latge
Iv In favor of local option and r submis
sion Wile opposed to a rcsiibmi-slon reso
lution alone, and with good le.ison. They
did not want to leave the tuitlle in lienor
unguarded, even for a Inlet time. Thev
would have favored resubmission had a
louil optlem proposition be, 11 assin rated
with It. Taken up at tho eommem ement
of the session, there would be no elltlicillty
In securing all tin votes needed"
A GOLDBUG ARGUMENT,
see ri tary Morton thinks lo UN, redlt tho
Mlvi r .Move nt lis I'lVlug Ills l.in-
pluses In the W llito Moll, I.
Washington, Aug. 10 Seeietaty Morton,
of the dcp.urnn nt of ugih ultuie, gave
what ho regardul as an oblee 1 lessorr to
the employes of his depatttneiit S'esteidav
afternoon He be.inl aigumeiils by iniinv
of his subonlinati s iu favor of sllvn. Yes
terday being tire semi-monthly pnv day.
he onleteel Hie p.ivmustir ot the depart
ment to pay out l,nn0 iu silver coin, this
inonej weighing sixtv pounds.
The silver coin was paid to all the 1 111
plovis about tlie mounds of the agricult
ural department, to 1111 s&cngi is and well
known sllvetltes lu vaiious positions In
tho elcpatlment. I'libss Mr. Moitou re
ceives a petition to the' lOlltllll), It I- ex
pected that sliver will be paid out again
nnd again orr pay day to the nun who nt.
known to favor It as in 1 cm
There was a good deal ot kli king among
the emplovis. and a good in ms of th. 111
have ludbated tn the pasmastii that Huv
want paper ninnex on their ruxt pus dav
One of ihn men, who was given scvii.il
pounds of silver to earrv hulim last pm 11
lug remarked to-day: "1 think B. iiet.uy
Mortorr is veiy iinfali In what he turns as
Ids olijei t lohseui lie might us will ptiv
us in nickel plt-ei s or 111 oppi r pi nnii .-,
and If we piotest that that is not u 1 011
venieiit form of money to cans be iiiIkIu
say by that protest we an not In fuvoi ut
copper and nickel cola a inattpi of
fact If a man were paid, say jb. on) in
gold colli, wlilill be would be e.xpeilnl 10
cai'iy home with him. lie would prottu-t as
stronaly as wo piotest at bi lug jiald our
monthly salary In silver doll us."
No agency has li id more Influence In
beitellclilly .ifH'Ctlng the health and com
fort of the people than the Itojnl Halving
I ii.r iiMsinn:.M' cam:.
('niiiinl'.-liincr llronniiig Talk of Cnpl iln
I're einiiu's AiHon lu tlin 0age I'oiiulrst
Washington, Aug 1G (Special) Com
missioner of Indian Allan's. llrowniiiK,
when lnliu'iin',1 to-day bj- tho urn re
hpoiulent of tho Journal of tho Double
in the Osage couiitiy, hieiught about by
Captain Ftci'inaii chasliiir of tho tesoi
v.iiluii a halflilood Indiaii wlio had
bis 11 publishing 11 weekly paper, te
plinl tit lie bad lieaid nothing of It,
but he hiel lnvn expecting It. "A few
dass iiBn." te-niiitkisl tho cuntmlssloriiT,
"I iccelvcd tnim Kteeman a copy of a
notice he had served on thu newspaper
I tibllshfi Tin until e stateel that the
man bad been publishing hi tides calcu
lated to dccio.ise ihe liillucnce of Ficc
man with the Indians, ami under tin
toKUlatkius he e..iild ii'iauvo him fiom
tin lesurvatlein tor that olTense, but ho
did not cue to do so if ho would change
the policy of the paper 1 suppose ho
did not change his pollc, and tint
i'leomun hint him eut eif tho lesorv.t
tlou." Tin commissioner t.iid that If such
action hud been taken by the agent
it would In tepotted to tho Indian olllce
and ho would look into it olllclally,
The United tSates Trust Company. In
New York Life biilldln, issues Its pass
books to persons .let lions of keeping .1 sav
ings bank a r omit and ircdits interest at
the rate of -t per cent Per annum orr the
1st dass of January und July Cupllil
one-quarter million dollars. Invested lu
Prilled State lioutU at par for security of
p 1. in
K !!(( iti, Mo, Amr t: I
ro-ellt' I' In.!. 1 ('if urlhrr t.) tr. 'n
frttfoniirt' fni.ri inrc
Jms ntttUT p-t'n.i Wfnlmiim, 7? m 1
New Dress Goods.
The low priced kinds.
Cords in bulk, tons in weight,
crowded counters and shelves and
nil new. Never before h.tse wo
bought Dress Cioods in August nt
thu finan tttics wo nru buymi; them
All Wool stuils, 25c to .18c.
',Jtnck trndinj;, a big demand,
careful watching keeps us in shape
to handle great ipiantitieq of desir
able kinds. (.ictling them lail.
Not all here yet, by any means, but
more here now than ever before at
this season o( the yeai.
No struggle hero with the re
mains of other seasons. '11111", u
command Roods at your pnrcs.
All W ned Setg. s. vhimus . ..l..t -olid
quillltlis wbldl 111 .m O CT -,
W ero 3.V, now CUli
Itlui k nnd him Pine:, mils m.! h. ,iv v ci v
lot. Fiill iind Wini. iid me i i I i'
tetns -ee pile HI sivl. ll . 111.1 il
old larlff niinld li.iv. -' v, i "JO-k
4V, now . . iyC
All Wool ch vims nun- , I ill
similes, vpiv tilku q iliiv vv h li
last season would l.n. In n OK--.
fiV'. now , OvJO
50 I in 'i mixed Chi vims a- I li ei Imm i.v.
ellbs , opt, s or III. t.n. I'l. n I ri ,
tbesi him lh. n. w.s( t li ti l. hi llm il
soii nrid Insi vi u wool I liiv. O-,
been 7.i , but now w. -n tO(j
No stiu k urn win ii Ilk. thl r. n Lf i
Hxplll-iVe Pliss Ceieitls Slodl ol Olll'-
Of course the pi ices are
iny some times no more th
the very tccettt figures, r.ut
more than that there's ipial
style and lit with these half
Misses Pongot i Spiliu nM"id Ti
11 lo '2 (a fi w si-s L.H11 i tie
Jl'iio Muds (oi
Miss, s' ibuiitnc lu- I in ("ill
1 1 til '
Ida k or
Slio. s, squai c to. , tiip d sli
(few sizes muni, th. J'.O J
kind now i
LihIIph' toil nnd 'I i"i Ian i ix- r
r.u. I Tics to moi i. .w "a
The in west kIuic is lb I'eikls"
tan. Si e It.
Mints for Saturday.
J.' ".a Silk Pinbn bus lot
Ttlple Hxtiiu I I'i itunii
Tooth i'owib t lot
... t 1
p. t o. , r.o i.
'. ..... i
Tub uni I'owdci oi
Pi Shellll I.I s p, lltlf.l, c (oi
lleiniaiin's dec Povvd, i for
Hndo's Curb line loi
Impoitiil I'asllli Soap lor...
HI, i tinon. foi
ii.itiue.il Soap fm
M. i Kid Puis, s lol
Nb i Until Spungi tot
I!.. Halt e'lliup. is lor
S. .i .-alt lot
Wltib 11. ud foi
. 'I t.ir
. . lk-
The nickels do what the dimes
would do in the exclusive crockery
store and the dimes do the work
White. Hiivitatid China. Hoop
Tut ecus, were 5.1(), now tS O P F
Whit. Huv linn I Chin i .- iiiflJO ylllTa
Plates win JI li now I SL, -k7
Cluld Tl.nid llnvilin.l ilnni I .ft i
SS-i-JoV:?.!"":: "'" f"'S9.00
White HltVllirnl I Mill I 'I i .. I i
I'll ton. weie J. 7" nnv ! I "rSjpl
White China .Ml. l Pun I (g 1 CC
Coffees wen S'Vi nmv JS I s v ej
Ungllsll Seml-I'm. dam I.
Plates. asseill.il ! i i
wen- 1.1c eai b, now i li
While (inirilte 1'i.v il I hi i
Pishes, wen lm i b, ,w
H-irre'b White M. it P di. - w
i.'ic each, now i i li
tn-lneh White M. n lush .i
1'ie each, now - i a. li
White ilianlte Indlvnlii il I .in -
ti'rs wetc ."I'i do . now do . .
Call Hells, wen. lis i nu . ...
Mull lloxes wer. J,i now
Stove Hiushes, vvin J . now
Se i ub Ititishcs w.ii -i- ii.ny
O It. S 1 Inn. II. 1 Wadi Hisi,,,, vv.i.
Polishing lions vv.i. "m now
Ktiite Hoatds win Ak now
Covii.d Hi, id I'ans win JI 'n in w
lie ('i t am Moulds wetc .'no, now
I'l. sh links, win .".I now
"They" say more popular and
fashionable than ever. They study
havo a right to be popular at tliosc
prices. And every one of thee n
lined throughout and stitfoucd, and
is the latest Fall shape
Separate Skirts ot ll. I 1 f& O K 4Ti
Hill.. n.ll v in. I Iii U OO.OsJ
s.iiat. m skin- .i vii wi.ioiF; Oifn
Sue. blik iiliivv 5jS.I5.UU
Se i.it ,n. M,ii i ii ti . ih I, a; rr r3
Si I II. iti Skill i 11 I i! (fin -J 1
m i suk vjy . 3
'1 hcbe are very - peeial lor 'IO
DAY. V S. t S - , V
iii'i.i.km!, iMioiti'. i;m r It A Hi,
OKLAHOMANS TO THE RESCUE.
,i lloulil ut n s, rimis Moveineiit In the
li'iillnrs In li ilc Men lo A,Ul
Hip uli iu liiHtiigeut!.,
Topch.i, Aug 111 lSHclal ) The pro.
Jii I "f i.uslng a ii'glineiit iu Oklrbuni
to join the Cuban insurgents nip, ais tn
be a miuli irrnii' s. jbiiis urfiir than at
111 st supiMisi'.l, a jfe uilciuaii irom
titlthrie, O. T.. who in lived In Topeka
to-day, Informed tin- .Iuiirnal icpuiier
lh.it tin leadeis of the ino erne nt are
le.tllS In earuehi, anil that ho has no
doubt of tlu- trulli of the state ment that
a number of men have already enlisted,
who are holding sulci nm Hiiks and ai
i.uigiitK Plans tnr a movement toward
Cuba. The tcn'lloi. is full of adven
tuieis, In s.ijs. who wmild tea'lils join
this or ,iu other 'iiMlUnn which
prouilsul eMitoinetit and gain.
iii:i.ii:i: tin: woiisi is ovi:i;,
Irr.itiiry OllldiN Well I'lc.ivi d at the
Meigi ' Cold llvpnt'l..
Wushlnglon, Aug. Ik-Late thu. ntttr.
ii. ion the in asms ollldals weie advised
lrom New )oik ili.it $Juu,uui in gold had
betu wlihili.iwu lor eMiurt. vvhleh leaves
Iho hold icsiivc at On close of buslne.is
to-day Hoi 151 :. The treasury ollklah.
were ugreeahly surpilstd at the sniallness
ot to-das's willidriiwals and this, added
lo the i eduction ot foielgu exchange ami
tho reported nbundaruo of ion tun bills
now on the maikct, givis a liopuiul aspctt
to the situation.
I ulluiei tit si. .IlKt'ph.
St. Joseph. Mo.. Aug. 1 (Special. The
K. It. Claiko Jewilrj Coiuiuns failed to
iliiv. This Is the third limn tho litnr his
failed In six jeurs. The capital stock was
ilj.uno. Tho Asr Lawn Company U thu
Professor Haines, chemist to the Chicago
board ot health, savs ho has found the
Itosal liaklng I'owdor the purest and
strongest, and (superior lo all others ia
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