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VOLUME XXXVIU, NO. 72.
K A XS A S ( IT V, A lT( i I 'ST L'Ji , 1 S!).1
.PHI PIO TWO CENTS.
5cc our show windows. We have just re
ceived an invoice of
Don't (nil to sec these beautiful art Roods-
CADY & OLMSTEAD,
Jt.WIiM.KS AM) MM- STATIONI-RS,
io.( and 1026 Walnut Street.
LEND US YOUR CHILDREN FOR ONE HOUR
We are peine toctvc a Matlnco Sale, lasting tine hour, tlili morning'
0.30 to 10. 10 it clock, nncl ono hour this afternoon, "Jill) to ,1s. l o'clock.
FOR MISSES, CHILDREN AND BOYS.
at.'inlri Ml,c' nml Chlldrru'i Shoes, In blocks nncl tain, not one pair (
vvorth less tlmn V1.T5, sumo worth fJ.."iO, Matinee Snln ,. v9 I I 9
120 pair Hoys' Lneo nml Congrot Khop, blacks nml tans, not n pair t r-
vnlneil less than $'2.(.)0 otnc worth $.1.00, Mntihnn Snln vt I a I 9
Thon RoocMnrn on sain nt tbli prlco for to ilny only, nml hours montlouod. Sat
isfaction K'larnutneil 0r money hack, iink siioi: KLt'.Vl lil.M).
J. C. ALTMAN, L"dln!rjr.,fi
Wo aro shrinking tlio price
on our Wall Decorations in
order to shrink the stock.
iWe Are Not
With any bait that will de
ccivo your confidence, but
with honest values and legit
We Are Headquarters
For tho finest of all High
Furniture & Carpet Co. ,
lain Til CJ21 .11AI.V STISIXT.
KNIGHTS OF THE CAMERA.
Jlliisoiiri Photographer-' Assoclltlnu nt
Chtllt. nthe Adjourn Mini llie I'rios
Auar.lt it for Artistic Work
Chlllleothp, Mo.. Aug. 22 -(Special ) Last
night tho opera house, was Illicit to listen
to an entertainment (Then b.v tin" Pho
tocraphcis' Adulation, assisted by local
talent. Tho pioeoeds wcio ill liU'il be
tween the oiphnns' homo and Si. .Mali's
Tho moiulng session to-day was taken
up In the pr.n'tli'.il woik of tho associa
tion. I'tl.es wcie nwaided us follows:
Cliss A, 1. I' Hummer, St. Louis, Hist
prize, a gold medal and diploma, .1. I..
Hush St. Louis, second, sold niidnl, W.
II bhcier, Clinton, llilul. sllvei iiiimI.iI.
Class It, J. J Samboish), St. Louts, tltst.
cold mi'd.il and diploma. .1 L Douglass,
Colnmlila, second, sold mcd.il, M. Pultei-j-on.
.Mai on. tlilnl. silver iihmI.iI. Class C.
A S. Hobeitson, St Louis, liist, gold medal
and diploma.. ,1. A Haines, lip Soto, si c
ond, gold niPd.il; Miss iipII .lolinson, Moti
roo City, thlnl. slliei medal. Class 1), M.
T, Chappcl, Do Koto. Ill st. Bold medal,
.1 ,1. Saniliortik). St Louis, second, silver
' nipd.il At I o'clock tho convention ad
journed, faine die.
i:x-(.ovi;i:mk mokkis di.ad.
IIo l'mses Ann)" nl HI" Homo i Now
Now lluvon, Conn., Autf. 22. I.k-Oov-ertior
.Month died lioro to-day.
Luzon Huiiltt Motris was horn In
Newtown, Conn , April l'i, 1S27, Up
woikod In n blacksmith shop ami edge
tool factory In Stjmour .is a hoy, nml
earned money to tuho him through Ynlo
college, ftom which ho graduated In
JS.1I A fnt" leuter ho was elected n
member of tho state houso of tep.ct.entn
tlvesi. In 1S57 hu was iippolntcii judKo
of probate ftom the Now Haven illstilet
and renioveil to that clt, where ho has
He was eleeleil a member of the house
from New IIiien In 1V0, mid In 1S71
waf, eleeted to tho bnii.itc, of which ho
was liieshlent pio tern and also chair
man of tho Judiciary committee. In 1SSS
ho was a c.iudld.ito fur Kovernor on tho
Pemocratio tlchet. but nlthminh icoelv
jntr a plurality of votes, (loverimr Iliilke.
ley was seated by the lewlsl-itui.'. Then
followed the deadlock session, which was
finally settled by bis undisputed election
to the irovernoishlp 111 IS'J.1. .Mis. .Motrin
and six children btirvlvo him.
Hun. an hcln.nl It.in.U Pun li.ncd.
Topeka. Kus.. Autr. 2i.-(Speclal) Tho
utile school fund commissioners to-day pur.
chased .!.. mlh of Sh.iwneo county
bonds licirim; 4 per cent lulciest und ni.t
t in ell In IW). Thesfl bonds ',c iaat,i'l tor
tl,e construction or a cuuri noii"
Imported Kovoltlc In Ladle' Wulkluc Uut.
SATURDAY, AU(j, 34.
m Bole Agt'iit. noil Jlluln.
KANSAS PILGRMVIS EN ROUTE.
Tlio (iranil Cumin mil, tj K. T. nml Many
Mr KidKhtH llecln Ttirlr .lour
u. to It.mt.tu.
Topeka, Kn., Aup 22 (Special.) Tho
nnipl.lt trillll rt tUr l.-nt.unM ..-..I I.... nA...
I ".. - 'UK .,lll ,.T JMIIIH J.UIII-
pl.ir" left for Hostou over tho Santa IV
' rnllu.tf t,f I nA ..f.. ..... . ...... .. .. -
.........j ..k , uv uin i.t L,-i nuuil, llllll Willi
one of tho llnest which ever passed over
the load It whs Lomposed of Pullman
sleepers and dinliiK cars and carried ,i
great cioud of Kansas .Masons
The ollicers of the Ki.ind iommandei
who will occupy tho oltlcl.il tt.iln are as
Sir ltobert 11. Tonlngton, right eminent
Sir William C Holmes, ery eminent
deputy crn,iid commander.
Sir Will Chaffee, eminent grand Boneral
isslnio. Sir (JcorKp H. Jenkins, eminent Brand
He.". Sir S. 1J. lJusser, eminent srand pre
late. Sir IMward Hae, eminent Krand senior
Hit C'hailes M. Jones, eminent Krand Ju
Itbrht Ihnlnpiit Sir Andrew M. Callahan,
eminent Bland lecordcr.
ItlBht nmiiiPiit Sir Wlnllcld S. Corbott,
eminpiit ri.iikI trpasurcr.
Sir i2. V WVlllngton, tmlnent grand
I-. Jiond, eminent grand sword
1 Laws, eminent grand
. .1 1 UL'I .
Sir II. C. Ijooml", eminent grand captain
of the guard.
The triennial committee of Kanxas.whlch
had charge of the details of the tiip tn
the twi nty-sKtli conclaM-, is composed of
I.tnlnent Siis i: W. WVlllngton. Kllswortli.
Will C. Chaffee. Topeka, and Cliarles C.
One section of the train carried Mar
shall s milium bind, of llftr pieces The
Kansas speilal will proi epfl oer tho Santa
i'e to Chicago, and thence ia the (Irand
Tiunk railioad to lioston i,i Niagara
r.ilN Toronto, Kingston and .MontiiMl.
Those wlio desire to do pn will seeme prl-
, liege of leaving the train at Kingston and
I make the trip to Monti e.il up the St I, iw-
rence river. lejolnlnu the pirt.s and train
at .Montreal, continuing the journey to
, Upturning the route will be ii the Nor
whh line, ltostnu to New York, tiaMling
1 rail to New London, and thence I)
.Sound steamer Tlie iiii tuicnue Lehigh
I --.IIa.. l!..n ., ill 1.. ,,c. .1 r.... vA... i i.
v,l,,-v (llit It. of ,,-tti illlll, ,' I ill (
to Suspension Itildge, from which point
passengeis will take the (Ira ml Tiunk and
I tmit.t l"i uv v.tmtis tn ,lAllnntl.ii,
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
Trrrllle Ilesult or the Kiplimloll of l,nilO
PoiiiiiIh of Ml ro-il) . nrlno e.ir
rrankllti. Pa., Aug. 22, At noon to-day
a wagoulo.ul of l.tiOO pounds of nitro
gl)ccilno oxjiloded at Harper t Co.'s
luag.iy.lne, a mile south of the city lim
its, blowing; the driver, Claude Waid,
to atoms, as well .is the wagon and tho
two horses, which woie hitched to It, nt
tho time. Ward hail hauled tho glycer
ine from Kane City.
Tiiu Meamer Term Itoiiun sunk at lite K11-
trauco of !,ii Chlu.i t'linnl, C'nn-
udn All ned.
Mnntienl, Aug. 22. The steamer Torre
noiiue, ftom Kingston to Montreal, with
sevctal commaudetle.s of Knights Tem
lar on board, stiuclt .1 roof at the foot
of Cascade Lipids and sank shortly after
In tho entrance to Li Chine canal. All
the passengeis weu landed safely. The
low water in tho tlver was tho causo of
tho Tetro Ilnunu stt Iking tho rocks,
i'i:ui(iiti:i: is am, iticirr.
(iiioeiistuiry llni Ileeu Looking lutn the
r.imil) UUtory of the MmitlrjM,
San Kranelsco, Aug. 2.', After making nu
exhaustive elimination of tho autpcrdents
of his California ilaiightei-lu-I.iw, tio .Mai
rpils of Queeusliiii) lias pinuoiiuced Lady
Sholtn llouglass tit to ml" her placa In
tho tanks of English arlstociacy. At thn
uncial rerpiest of tho marquis, an Hugllsli
mati who resides ill Oakland spent some
llmo in looking up the family histor) of
tint Mooticys, He fajs he lias mudo his
repoit to Cjuecnsliiiiy, wlio has approved
it and cjipienscd his willingness to accept
his son's wife as a member of Ids family,
itn.r.v hai.i.'m i'iikcm; i!i:.ii(vi:i,
Chitiup Cl.irl: Take tho Illdn OR of Illnc
In Aiidrnlu Cniiiity,
Mexico, Mo., Aug. 22.-(Spee.iI.) Congress,
nun Itlley lal!, who has recently became
a "sound money" man, had tho political
hldo taken oft him to-day ut a picnic cigli.
teen miles west of hcie. Tho skinner was
Chump Clark, who favors the unlimited
coinage, of sller nt thn ratio of ii to 1,
The deh.Uo lasted tlueo hours, nml tho
1 rowd, estimited at ti,Wm people, sao tho
speakeis their iimilUded iitteuilon. At the
conclusion of (he battle, tho letory was
Clark's by un oerw helming majority,
ci:m:kal iuv mi- jikaii.
On tho t'ontrnry, IIo la I'njojlng )a Hon.
t)inooii in ht. l.ouis.
Topeka, Kan., Aug. 22. (Special.) Word
was received fiom St. Louis to-day that
"fjcner.il" l-'D" was III St. Louis and that
hu had been married on Wednesday, T't'o
barber Jlulllcr, however, still sticks to
bis assertion that the mail killed on the
llock Island, whoso bod) is at the morcue.
was tho Coxcy aiiny leader.
San I-'ranclsco. Aug. 22. Waneii Duttou,
a retired merchant, was secuicd us tho
ninth Juior at this morning's tcsslun of the
superior court, in the trial of Theodore
Ilurraut. Twenty-two other veniremen
wera challenged for cause and excused.
MOBBED IN CHINA.
AMr.itir n Mmsiiiv at roo miow A i-
lAVKKII IIY I'A.NA t ICS
FOUR ARE FATALLY WOUNDED.
1 111: ritwr.t, ami sciKHir, hoii.m
w iti.t ki:ii in 1 111: .mo 1 1.
Infuriated Pnputaip 1'atiidp tlio street
Willi rles of "Drive tint III,. I'orclgu
II. ll" the Mhiiitlnn 11 rry SerioiM
One I blne.i Iriiop Hint nt
Iting Knuc, Aug 21 The American mis
sion ninr Too Chow has been att.uk.d by
a lirgc and Infuriated mob, armed wlln
various we ipons. The chapel and school
have been wrecked and four native teach
ers fu.illy wounded, whlln tho foreign
leai tiers esi aped.
Til. re Is a strung anti-foreign feeling In
Too chow, which l spreading among the
populace, who are parading Willi riles of
"Irlw out Hie foreign devils."
London. Aug. 22 A dlspati li tn tin- Titties
from Hong Kong tills afternoon coiillttns
the dispatch from Hong Kong aiinonnclng
the attack upon the American mission neat
Too Chow, and .1 dangerous state of the
populace in that city.
Acconllng to tlio Times' dlpitch, the
American si hoot was situated Just out
side of the west gate of Too Chow. The
dispitdi adds. "The situation In Ku Cheng
Is unchanged. Captain John S. New ill, of
the Cnlted States cruiser lletioll, and Dr.
Hart have gone there from Too Chow
More nntl-foreign placards and pamphlets
are being distributed in Canton."
Washington. Aug. 22. The Chinese lega
tion heif had not been apprised of the
latest attack upon American missions by
the Chinese fanatics near Too Chow until
shown the AssocHted 1'icss dlsp itch. The
minister epiessed regie.t at tho occurrence
through his inteipretcr.
It Is freely admitted nt the legation that
in the pncnt state of feeling In China,
glowing out of the ignorance nnd preju
dice of tho natives, especially because of
the recent war, all toielgneis In the interior
of China are in more or less danger. 1 he
hope is expressed that the missionaries
will rocognle this state of things and seek
the treaty ports until tho excitement sub
sides. The utmost confidence Is expressed nt the
legation in the intentions of ithe Chinese
imperial government to protect tho Chris
tian missions as far as possible nnd the
last edict from the emperor, Issued within
the past ten das, is quoted as evidence of
this intention. A quotation fiom the synop
sis of this document has bf en received bj
the cable at the legation, it Is entliely in
tho inteiest of the Christian and Is di
rected especially to the high Chinese ot
llclals. Thcv are asked to see that the
lives and property or all Christians, both
foreign and native, nre piotected nl ail
times. It alio commands the lower olll
clals and the people generally to observe
this behest and closes by saying that any
violation of thu order wll ""3 seveiely pun
Conlldence was ulso expressed nt the le
gation in the thoroughness of the Investiga
tion Into tlio recent riots nnd It Is bellevevd
tlieie that as soon as the Imperial will can
be made known, the Anierlcin und English
consuls will be admitted to the hearings.
New Vorlt, Aug 2.' At the headquarters
or the Methodist board of foreign missions
Dr A I! Lenn.u.l salil to-da.v Hint no news
had lieo'i leieived there from China re
lating to the reported massacre of mls-iou-mtes
tien Coo Chow Dr. Leonard slid
that Dr (Senrge It Smvthe. who repiesents
the .Methodist missions In that p.ut or the
pountry.li.nl been Instructed two weiks ago
to eominiinhiile with the home 0III1 e as
soon us in) thing serious has happene I.
Dr Smvtho had not been heaid from and
Dr Leonard entf rtalns but little uiivii tv
regarding the American missionaries In
'London. Aug. 22. A special dlspatih le
ceived heie fiom Shanghai sivs that tile
Chinese solilieis stationed at Tien Tsin ie
volteil e-terdiv and assembled outside the
gate- of 1.1 Hung Chang's jamen, 1 1 imor
Ing for their .meals of pay. Later they at
t.iekul .1 niituliet of shops in thu eit and
killed over .1 bundled p. rsons.
NEBRASKA FOR SILVER.
'I ho state ('oiiTenti.iu ill lares for I'rp.)
( oiling. 1 and Heftl-os In linliimn
del eland's Ailnilnl-I r.il 1
Omaha, Neb. Aug. 22 If an effort was
made to conciliate any warring elements
In tht ranks of Nebraska Denim rats It was
not In evldeino at the stite Pern, ninth'
convention to-day 1'rior to the session
there, was some talk ibout the sliver and
gold wings of the patty combining, but, If
such a plan was seriously contemplated, It
was early abandoned. I'rom 2 o'cloi k,
when Chairman Smith convened the hodv,
until 11 n'elo. k to-night when the cm tain
went down sliver was tho only nppireitt
financial pioblem befoie tho convi ntion.
Hut It was essentially a convention of the
advocates of the wldte 111ut.it in tho patty
and tho other wing Ignored the mutiny
to-day and will couwtie at Lincoln Septem
IMgar Howaid was ni.ula permanent
chairman without apposition, and the fol
lowing nominations vu-ru made by accla
mation: Supieino coilit Judge, 1J. J. Vhelps; teg
ents st.ito miivt'ihlt), Pr. 11. S. Itl.iek
bin no and J. J. Kettle Aftir spi eches of
minor importance bubbling ovei with sil
ver sentiment and opposition to the A I".
A. the committee reported tho resolutions,
of which tho financial plank is as follows:
We believe the restoration of tho money
of the constitution Is now tlio paramount
Issue before tho country and Insist that
all parties shall plainly state their je
spectlvo positions upon tho niiestlun, In
order thu the voteis mnv intelligently
express their preferctuo. S"e, thercfoie,
declare nurs.lvcs In favor of tho tiunie
dliito restoration of tho freo ami unlimit
ed coinage of gold and silver at tho pies,
ent legal ratio of Hi to 1, ns mull eoln.ign
ejlsted prior to 1S73, without waiting for
the aid or consent of any other nation,
such other cold and silver coin to bo a
full legal tender for ail debts, public and
W'e send greeting to our Pemocratio
brethren thioiighout the I'nlon wlio aro
making siiih a gallant light for the resloi.
ntion of bimetallism, ami congratulate
th.'in upon the progress made.
The Democracy of Nebraska approves
and commends tho declaration of Presi
dent Cleveland In the past In condemning
thn pernicious activity of incumbents of
federal olllces under tho government In
attempting to control thu policy and nom
inations of Huh parlies, and we hereby
recommend thu renewal of the policy uf
his tlrst administration In that tegard,
A delegate attempted to place thn fol
lowing beforo the convention as tho mi
nority report: We commend tho admin
Istiatlon of President Cleveland as being
able, patriotic and honest, and realllim
the platform adopted bv the Democratic
national 1 .invention at Chicago In IM2.
Seaicel) hid tho (list word been uttered
when the whole convention was pioteting.
There was such .1 io.ir that order was not
established for ten minutes, when tlio of
fending lesoltttlon was tabled without consent-To-night
lion, W. J. Hr).in and other
Nebraska Democrats addressed tho con
vention on financial Issues.
t'oiiuterfelters In Mat on County
Macon. Mo., Aug. 22 United States Mar
shal HiDder captured unother alleged coun
terfeiter near miner. Macon county, and
took him to Klrkavllle for examination.
Ills name Is Clinton Wilcox and ho is a
well known farmer. Mr, Snyder says tho
coins found are miserable attempts and
would not declevo a child, and yet tlio
shovcrs seem to be successful in passing
them. Hut there Is one locality under sur
veillance where the product is of a first
class character. Some prominent parties
are suspected, but they Iiave got wind of
the government's efforts and ,re laying
low until the hunt ceases
iih.ii pwi:nt 11.01 11
In . M-ti l. e or known to the tride l til
I" ttit lliiii Ihe one we cell nl J2 pi r ml
t. mtlo.lii. e It The brand Is the Noith
W11I It's 1 noft wheal lloui of the li. l
ipnlltv and etitllled In Ihe lienrly iPnitn
tnendalloti we chMTfulh Hive II.
Armour's iniiiitry Inn on rw'iI and fat
Is on spei In I snip here wlilli Ihe piPS"tit
shipment lusts, liver) oilier house in town
sells tin- snme (menu for liiieiils per pound ,
we tut that price rlRhl In two A ci'lits the
o) iIospii 1 ans Columbia lllver Kilnion,
Saw Log brand, ehnlce ted, oily llshi jou're
iiiinll glad tn II it) 1 them fnr 10 cents the
inn. our prlpp, B cpiitn.
Itose of Kansat riolir, (2 per cnt.
iliilden Weddllig, J2.2J.
Hnkeis' ChohP. J1.7S.
Bn lbs, Hon.l'H (tluteii Klnnr, JIM.
IS lbs. good Lird, ft.
Hi Pi lull Lard. .Sic; 5-lh., Sue; S-lh. pall.
2.V 'jn-lh imll, fl.ai.
in lb. pall White ltoe trf-nT. !V'.
Ciinvased or uncnnviist-d Hams, lie per lb
Itrenkf.ist Itnum, sic per lb.
2 liotltes Catsup. Its'.
rren. li 1'ens, Km tier llti,
llliilted SurdlllPS, 10,! mr till,
tjiie. n olives, 2,V iwr tiottlP,
mIUp oil, 2.V bottle.
1 ild Coveriiineiit J n vn Corfec, .Vni per lb
Java nnd Moclm, V lb.
.Iiva Hlend, 2iV lb
Choice Hlii, )e per lb.
x lbs Itioken Javii, 1.
flesh Scotch lilt", PJ lbs. 2.ic.
j lbs Cocoa nut, 2iV.
v lbs. linking Soda, 2Sc.
Cl-e'ltll Che, so, 11V' lb.
7-lb lump Lnnmlry SUtirh, 2V.
Itinkwlipnt Clour, 2 packages, IV.
3-11) box Sod i Crnrkers, l,V'.
Do i)ii know Hint one pound of our f.oe
Ton will go as fnr us four pounds of cheap,
tr.ishv teas".' Thi- will buv the best Jap 111,
bisket tired, or snnilrled Imprrlal. (lutipnvv
di r. Voting II) sou. Oolong or Ihigllsh
Itrenl.fnst. Cevlon Ten, put up In 1-lh. .la
p.inuid tin i-an "c pt lb.
W'e rei "m seven! shipments this morn
ing of f.iin ) Countr) Itutter, which we
will sell at IJ'.j 1 cuts pound
l.iiiil lbs of SuR,ie Cured CMllfnrnla Hams,
;; lbs Itpst rtrniiul.ited Sugir, ft.
out of town outers packed and sent to
As pricps chingp dally pte.ifo clip thl3 ad
nn I send with or b r
l'OI'CLAH LOW PltlCi: OltUCP.It.
W7-rj'i m i sthi:i:t
FRENCH GOVERNMENT RELENTS
Ami) l4inlor H.lstls Wilt lie Allowed to
Mult i:-C.iiimiI Waller t lie 1 rial
Iteioril l'p. tleil s,,(,u.
Washington. Aug. 22 - A. ting Sccrelarj
of Stale Adee nuthortr. s the state
ment that Information has been received
from Ambassador Lust Is in response to
mgent instructions cabled iim some three
weeks ago that the teenrd of the pioci pil
ings nnd evidence in the court-martini of
.Mr. Waller, at Tamntace, Is expected to
riach I'.uls towaid the end of this month.
Ml r.lliUs also, refwrts that .n i ess to .Mr.
Waller has b. en accordul to him after te
pe.ned and urgent leqinsts made on the
reiteiated ordt rs of the (It pal tm. lit of
state. The department, not having Iipi u
advised whether Mr. Lustls has token ad
vantage ot this pt'llllls-loll to delegate a
competent deputy to vl-lt the prison near
Olnirv.iux, where- Mr. Wilier is at present
lonllned, and confer xrith hlni, Mr. Adee
hud Instructed him b) telegraph that he
should do so at once, If not ahead) done
.Mr. Adee adds that this result, lencheii
after repeated tclegtaphie Instuietlous
shows the constant actlvlt) of the di part
inent In Mi. Waller's cas,, and it is hoped
that the pi eduction of the evidence befoie
the court-martial will i liable the depart
ment to form a. judgment touching the
lonvictlon of Mr Waller. The lnterna
tlonil right of this government to demand
the evidence upon which conviction was
reached. In onl.r that It ma) hetn r di
tetinine its ii lion In the ease, s uniiues
tloiiuble, und is foi lilted b) abundaiu pic
cedonts. A I'ulr Miiiciii. ut of Hie riii.
Wushiiigton, Aug 22. The following Is
given in olllelal i In li s as a l.ur state
ment of the Wallet case so tar as the
facts have been itportcsl to the t'nltcd
States. Theie is no doubt that, while 111
a coiiuir) uccjiijin ii nj die i lencu, .in.
W'allei vvtole lelteis to the people' the
I'renih wire opposing. These httets wire
traced to him, and wire made tin pietext
for his arrest ami conviction. Tills ntti-i
and conviction wis Irregular His trial
was not fair, and during his imprlseinmi ut,
both beforo and attr conviction, he was
Heated with great haishness He vviis
taken to p'ratue, i Indued to the deck of
a steamer, and though 111 and sunning,
he wis Imprisoned without pioper can
The Clench government has not explain. ,1
111 any s.itlsfactor) manner the ii rigid. ir
am st ami trial. It has been attempted to
excuse it h sa) uiu tli.it In tltn. of war
military com is an- .litter, lit tiom civil
pun eeilings In tiun of pence, but this e x
pl inntlou. In the opinion of the Called
Mates, does not m '-l the case, and in the
opinion, of the stale department lb. re is
still n strong prnbiblllty that Wallet's
treatment w is dii, to the concessions he
c lulmeil In M.iihis,.i ir. When the .asp
was Hist presented to the department of
stnto It appeal id that thete was little
that could be done for AV.ilh r. The lirst
evidence furnish, d b the I'rem h goviin
ment of Waller's In.llscietions made' his
eiiso look doubtful, but later ilv.'lopments.
Including the failuie of tho rrench govein
ment to explain the irregular pun ee clings
of the trial and unnecessarily h.nsli and
Inhuman tteatnient of the prisoner, and
the demonstrate1'! fact that Waller li.iri
some eepilt) rights at least, in .Madigas
i nr, m.nlo his i.ise appear In a lar beti r
light. In view- of what has come to light
as a. result of later Inquiries, it Is held
that the Cnlted Si ites had good ground
for demanding Waller's telense and Indem
nity for his wrongs.
Montlcello, Ark. Aug. 22 Tlio negro,
Jones, who muidereil Whitman Helt.
hoover some time ago, nnd who luoko jail
hero a few das ago and sliol James Ilni
nett whllo resisting at rest, was I) in lied
last night by a mob ot tw cut) -live men,
Cleveland, O, Aug. 22 When Mis. Jo
seph Nltdlluger, the wile of a piomiuent
hatter, arose this morning, she found that
In r Jewcdiy case, containing diamonds
wortli $1,100. was missing So was a muse
wlio hid been employed to attend her
through recent illness,
San Cranclse o, ,is. 22. Tho bequest of
J C. WllniPrdliig, amounting to JH,no to
tlio university of California, will be turne I
over to tlm regents to-ninirow, It is for
tho putpoto of establishing a s liool to
teach boys trades by which they can eain
a living with their hands
fi-ilveston, T. x., Aug, 22 -An attempt
was made by mnskeil men to hold up tho
south bound Santa Ke ixprc-s at IIpIiIpii
lielmer this morning. Whllo tho lobbers
weie preparing to enter tin- vptess ear
tlio engineer returned to the engine and
turned nn full steam, not stopping until th
next station was leached. Several shots
wcro llred Into tho train
Chicago, lit., Aug. 22. It Is said to-night
that at least one man lost his lite in the)
collapse ot tho Coliseum building, Wednes.
day night, and possibly two bodies will bo
found when tho debris s cleired away
This work will begin lo-moirow Hu
glncers who visited tho sieno to-day de
clared that the ace Idpnt was dup to Im.
ptoperly construe ted sp " for Hie arches,
Albany, N. Y. Aug. 2.' lenrganlni-
Hon of the whisky trust wa. umated
to-day In the Incorporation a of
the secretary of state of tin can
Spirits .Manufacturing Cnmp.ui). h a
capital block of fll.aun.C'K for "distilling
ami dealing in spirits. Including the illstpj.
lug, redistilling and iectlf)ng of high
wines, alcohol, spirits, gins and whisky,
and malting and dealing In malt "
Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 22.-Hoy. I. 'P. Mill
er, pastor of Kowlcr M. I J. church, died In-
.j... tf .l.A ..lY....... nf n ..li,,..v rt. ..nKl..
ejaj tlOlll CIIC- tni'w ". vjJS.,eT VA,'.,,-
enced while climbing Mount Tacoma. Ho
was caught in a storm nt an altitude of 10,
000 feet and lay all night exposed to a,
1...1 I, In,, I.... . li.llll lltll1 I,. l,m,K II.,
nil'I I'U,1. L.o.'.J ...... . ..,, ,,,,,,,, 4,"
t..... I. I.. nt )in Vlnulu.r n... .1. tlll..ni..
Va I l.iil.(li. en 'iil- ,iiiijTigLii)i( iiiiiieu?
regiment during the war, and was a mem-
MCT CJl IIIC 4'e-I9 .iiuiiii 4U,, .iiuiucmisi
LouUvlllo. Ky Aug. 22. A special from
Middlesborough, Ky., s.us: News has Just
leached here, but the details are meager,
of a desperate tight on the Knoxville, Cum.
bet land Cup & Louisville railioad, in which
two men wcie killed and Captain V)liuc.
superintendent of the load, was knocked
In the head. A negto exclusion of l.OOO
was en route to Cumberland flap, when
Captain W)nne and the other two attempt
ed to quell a. row.
FIBE IN MILWAUKEE.
nnir.Nsi: wHi:itori: ittntsr.it tv
fill: Slltl'PIMI him itict,
LOSS WILL BE HALF A MILLION
i iiot's tviis or iids or rumour
i.H'Miii ri' itv tin: ii,.VMt.s,
I lie rife Murlril I'rom n nrl I'rnni a
Me million, mid lletore li Was I'inli r
Control live Itlg Warelnnmes and
runt, ills Had He. u lti'tr.mwl, lle-
sldes Ataii) I'relght t'nr.
.MllwankPP, Wis, Aug. !2 -A flin wldih
HilcatPUPil to make liuvoc pqunl to Unit
wtoiight In the Third ward thiee )iais
ngo bloke nut ill I o'clock this nfteriioon
III (he vvnipiniip of Hip I'nlon Slp.itnlioiit
Compniiy, nn tho MpiioiiiIii. e river. A
thlity mile wind wn i blowing and the
Itamin spuad with such tapldlly that there
was no tellng where they would stop.
The llie originated on the din k of Hip
Ciiinu company at Hip river anil llee.l
slre't bridge nlid Is suppnspil tn Iiiivp lieeti
p.iiipil by a spark fiom a passing simmer.
It tiiirui'd uuiIpiiip.iHi the dock planks ut
a spot nbout midway between the oust and
west ends of the w.tlPhousc and gained
sin h a start befoto It was discovered that
It Involved Hip whole or the gie.it fiPlght
sheel with Incredible inpldlt). The build
ing wus construe ted ptitliilv or wood nnd
us It bill tied It belched rnith smoke like
a volcano Within a few minim s the
limits bad hurst through the toof and
caught to a low of St. Paul freight cars
standing Just not Hi ot the building. The
I'nlon Steuinbont Coinpuo's building was
COi f.et In length nnd In It were thnusands
of tons or fi eight, nil of which were de
stio.veel with the bullellng, wlileli was in
ushes in less Hinu hair an boui
Over Ono rielght cars belonging to the
St Paul company nnd in process nt h"lng
loaded or reaely to ship, were soon envel
oped In Haines, tiip tire jumping fiom one
building or Hup ot cms to another so rap
lellv that the compaiij's emplovis did not
have (Imp to lenitive any of iheat rut o'
tlio line of the llie. which was svci'pt 1 c
fom Hie wind fiom the soiuiwes: at u
Within ic h ilf hour nrtpr Hip llrp broke
out In the steamboat freight house, the
Wisconsin Central freight house, just
north or the rlvei, and Su) feet in length,
was tot.illv destrojed This, like the oth
eis, was tilled with freight, and a large
number of the compaiD's cars, standing
near -at Hie time, weie destiojed.
Within a few minutes after the freight
cars began burning, lire broke forth from
the cupola of the oil nnd gnae establish
ment ot II J. Dcliiuc) .v.- Co on Third
stieet. a half block from the Hacks where
Hie limning cms sto.nl. Collimlng this,
the plumbing establishment of II T. Doc ll.
on Second stteet, which wus quickly de
stroxd, nnd the wagon shop of II. Trlnk
ncr, adjoining, toojt lire mv-?'!! times, but
It w is put out oncli time, und seemed In a
fair wav to stand
A low of small flame dwelling houses on
Powhr stieet, dlteellv opposite the Si.
Paul ficlght house, between See nnd and
Thiid stieets, look lire one after the othe r.
and weie destinved The oecupints were
able to get ne.ul) all their fuinitiire out
licroie thu heat and smoke dime them
Tin main rielght lionsp of Ihe St Paul
company, extending trom Hi. southwest
corner of l'owler and See nnd to Thliel
streets, had a verv .lose .all, but was
s.ivnl It Is a low lirli k building, und the
Haines p isseil ovei it and took the franip
striictuies ac'ioss the street All the mov
able vain ibles In the freight house, how
ever, wei." hustled nut at a llvily rate In
until Ipition of the burning of the building.
Tlie burned district extends from West
W nter street nlong the river fiom up to
Sixth street xl.ldtlet.
Tills strip Im hides the waiehnusi's of the
Amhor Line compile), the I'nlon Steam
boat Coiup.111), the Wisconsin Centi il
fielght house and that of the Pennsv lv.inui
llm s. Tlie lire fiom the Anchor I.lin om
pan)'s wanhousi Junipe I iuhish the b.nns
m,l waieliouse of the .lull il I'ritlnlf Haul
wan Comiiaiiv, ind found lodgment In a
fi inn. building tie.n the southeast coiner
of Se 'oml and l'owler streets Inside of a
fe w s, i nnels a hot b!i7c was i.iglng , inning
the tookerles 111 this vicinlt) nnd It swept
westward as tir as Third stieet. when- it
"el.i .1 upon tin' tower of tile nlel .urine
house, now useel as an oil w,n chouse Tlie
tower of this establishment was all that
I'lnm the brick building oi eupl.'d bv the
Handle Spence Maiiufm tilting Co'iipinv,
on SieO!l st;eet. the Hie biiincel south
w.itel. .iTstieivIng two elwe-lllng houses,
Dev n' plumbing est, ibllshiuent H Trink
nci s curias.' works and pirtl.illy destroy
ing the lout or the siloou on the .oiiui
on l'owler street from Second, w.st. In
Thiid street, a row of twilvo dwelling
houses were more or less sIukciI
Ibturen l"o and r) freight cus, which
weie diiectly In Ihe path of the' Haines,
tlie which wcie at til -ri supposed by of
tb lals to have been totally di'stroveel, weie
hurriedly removed to a pine ot sat ty liy
van! engines, leaving but foitv or tirt)
ears ni tu.illy destro)Pd or d im iged.
So yiii k were tho fl.unes to take the
ri -ft house uf the Wisconsin Ceutril
that the olllce eniplojps wile tillable to
iJose their sa fen oi leseue their valuable
leeorels nnd all these were destinveel with
the hilll'lllig The compaii) also li.nl two
loaded fielght trains In tin cards at Hie
lime, of between tweiitv and tw ent) -live
cus e.n li, and there could not be hauled
out of tho way, ami vveiec destrojed At
2 JO l III the tire was mulct . ontrol and
there was no fuither dang, r of its spte.ul-
Tho five Height warehouses burned werp
owned by the Chicago, Milwaukee ,v St
Paul Hallway Coinpiny, us were the docks
comprising 77.m squaie feet 'i'lie railway
olliclals clilm th.it tlier. was very little
rielght in the vvaieliotises ami the thlit)
llvo eats burned, but xhippcis ami brokeis
are prepiring claims for tlioiisands of lur
rels of flour, sugiil, oil and geneial mei
ehundlse, which will prob liil) aggregate
The loteil loss by the tiro will bo neirly
The loss nf the Wisconsin Central H.ill
w.iv Company on thn freight house No 7
ami contents, about eighteen fnight cal
ls estimated at J'AKX) ami Is fully eoveieel
Tho loss of the St. Paul company on
brokers' warehouse) No I nnd contents,
most of which was brokers' men hnndlse,
was estimated at f.'0,0il, said to be In
The contents nf tlio steamboat warehouse
was c'oveied h) a blanket Insurance pol
io This makes the steimlioat companies
Just now, for one day only, J s-53
All goods In this Immense stock
Can be bought at 25 per cent off,
Come, and bring a copy of this
Remember, new stock is arriving emy
Day, Assortment is complete,
Shall we see you to-day?
10,11 MAIN UT.
Fine Watch and Jewelry
Repairing a Specialty,
r. 'i . iiile for nMeids for whl-'h they hi I
M. 1 I" l I
lb- I iiieen Line lrtsei 1 minol be ncer
I inn 1 until II Is known how much f r. Irhl
tin down bound slPiimrr New oik c ar
il. I in ev In role the lire
Mi' loss or the An. her Line Is about
I'lu Ins, oil the billl'llng l 111 OHO TIlP
blllldlllks or llie All llnr Lilt", Hie Clllol.
I. Im- in. I ihe W li niiiii Ceiittiil wir hi'ii'.
wet. nun. I b the Chliflgo, Milwaukee
.V SI Pitil It'illroid C'uniKim.
BOSTON'S GRFAT PAGEANT.
I lilrlc Ihoiiaauil sir Hnlglits Will I'nrlli I
(nil' In llm Parade Xi it I uei.lav I lit. .'
Ituiiilriel I hoinnit VWItors ttpi.ti.l.
Hnslnti, Mn, Auk 22 -Pr. p trillions for
tin lrirnnl.il i uiii'liiit of LiiIkIiIs Tempi ir
of thi I'llil.il Slates nie be IllJ III lele . ip
se IV lllotl stun, li. nie ap) arluu b) tin
sinle at. Dig tin lill' of Ihe Ktcnt p 11.1b.
1111 I llllll. It '"Is' elf ill e OMltells HI'1 ItlKllg"!
III hanging biintliti Mags and euiblems on
hti!ldlng niulT' sldetii i s. nn I Hi" 1 1" til. al
display will mil. In aithlng r lh. km I
evil' seen In New Ihiglaiiil.
The lloinl dp. otntloiis In Hie public gar
dens will be'iitip or the f. ntiiies of the
ill.v's .lei oration Here two handsome tlor.it
arches are being er. i ted nnd n buinlrid
Masonic emblems In lloweis and plants nr'
lining ari.iiu.1 d.
Tuesday, Hip day of the grand piiiadc
In which It Is tstliii.itcil nearly ItniK.
liiilghts will partli Ipile. will be Hie gnat
dav of the week, mid If the weather Ik fun
It l believed over 3i,(iio vMtois will In
lt Hip iltv. Kxi melons from nil parts of
New niiglaud will tic run to Huston nnd
banks, public ollle es and most or Hip huge
busjnesH lions, s will lie closed foi the dav
Places or vantage along Hip line of man h
urp bPlng taken lapldl) at fiom J2 to f.t
The pommltlee urr liming for the punde
preellct that It will be one of the gruiul
et pageants ever seen. There will be ov.r
nu hon"s tn llm. pi) binds will iirtlilpate
.Hid senres of unlepie feitnrrs nie prouilsed
bv Knights rrom dlffeicnt parts of the
Tlnte will bo onlv a few business s, m
slntts of the eoneinve, and Hie vviek will
be' glv.n iqi ma i nlv to pleasuie. Hx, 111
slons and ip. options, almost without num
ber, 1'llVe linn 111 lance. I. and It Is es.
ttutpel that Huston will spend over 'ieimi
111 cutert. lining her gui'sts.
SENATOR QUAY ON THE GROUND
Ho 'laics I'p Ills ijunrteric at II irrlthurg
nnd Wnrns Ills rollnucrs
llarrlsbiirg. Pa , Aug. 22. Cnlted Suites
Senator Quae ..line to ll.iriisburg this aft.
einooti and will remain until after the
Hi ptiblli uti state e onv i ntloit, which is to
meet next Thin sday. A am us of Ids rol
loweis has b. en i ailed to mr. I In this
cltv on TiipsiI i) evening. Senator Quay
to-night Issue. d tho following statement.
"The leaders of the combination against
me have given up all hope of dereating
me, except li) means or the illicit lit limy
nr llfteen or (went) of the delegates who
have liltlieito Is en r.ivoible to me. To
accomplish this result agi nts of the com
bine will be scut to almost everv county
In the state. These people will tempt the
men who have been t lei ted delegates fit li
large sums of moiiev I hope my friends
will be on their gu ird and will promptlx
take incisures to make public the clients
of the combine bribers and will s, UK
bring them to Jtistli . . Without stub d. s
tieiate methods It Is impossible foi me to
lose control of Hie convention."
Senatoi Aneliews, of Ciawfotd: Pukcr
L WVllcr, of Piltsbing and Seigeani it
Arins Hat tab. or the state senate, are heie
assisting Senutor eiiiuv in tlie tin il in
t inc.. in. tils or the coming tight. Colon. I
Hilkesnn will piobablv airlve to-moilow
und open hendqiiartois.
THEIR VOICE IS NOT FOR WAR,
'I en 'I hiiiiHiiii.l INnple Present at thn I'nl
lersal I'e.n.i irnloii at Vlstic, Conn.
I'lee 'I raile ns a I'l.ua.ea.
.Mislle. Conn. Vug 22- Ten tliou-nnd
jicisoiw attinilt.l the thiid dnv's session of
the twi nt)-ulntli 'iniiiial nmvintinu of the
rnivetsal I'eae, rnlon line tn-d.i). John
W Poster, ex-seiietnr) of state, spoke ot
the work in behalf or the' siilii) In Pe in
and discuss, d he plan Tor Hie line rna
tlnn.il peace arliltiatlon union William
f.lovd fturlson, e)f Hnston, who muile the
adelress or the dav, deploicd the glowing
mllitur) spirit nr the nation und made ex
haustive aiguments rnr ffe Hade and the
single tax, vvlili'h he icg.udeil as remedies
for in ill) gieat ills Pree trule, In slid,
was the lnteriiition.il law ot liod
Hesnliitliins eve ic iidopti e condi inning tie.
win deiuitmi nt in lis treatun nl or the
Hannoik Itull uis, ugalsi c ipltnl piinisb.
mint, and In favor of womiu suliiagc.
NOTROUBLE ABOUT THE FUNDS.
Vlouey 4 Avallnlile r.ir the I u( lltipmeut of
ttie Ivans ih .XiiHoual iiu ird
Tofieka, Kas Aug 22 (Special ) Soni'
of Hi" fake writ' is In Tope lea have i.ii. 1
the hue and er) that the state militia h iv.
no right to use- any portion of the J.'". etc)
apptoprlalcd as a nilllt.it lllliel rnr tin
purpose of holding ,i state c-ni aini.ni.. in
The annual state' encampment Is e oni
iii. mill d to be- lielel by law, and the appro
priation Is not mil) Itie tele tu.illy a a 1 1,1 1. ' I
for the pm post, but it was made h ih
legislature expressly for sin h use A I
Jut.tnt tieneial l'ox and M ijor II, n nl
Hughes mvc nniiii that He piogianiiu
as anuoiiuieet lor Hie Luqioila iiuaini
mint, will be c uil.d out ;o the' letter el, -
spite the ills' OVe lies ot the lake elfllsl-..
THE NEW WOMAN IN GUTHRIE.
b. I'.lts the l.a) .Vleu to cliiiiin by lln
piirbig.i 4'fiur. I. Proio Helfry
to It iseineiit.
Ruthrle, O T, Aug 22 -(Special.) l-'or a
long time the West eluihrie Congiiga
tlonal church has In en in need ot repair.-,
and, elespaiiing of the men ever attending
to the matter, to-d.i) a. score of ladies
appealed with hamuieis, hatchets, saws,
plains ami nulls, ami going to work wlln
u will, lepalted walk, steps, belti v , toof
and licit in a maimer 111 it would tunc
done credit in mail) . Ill (,. lit.-t .-, ulul, ,L
iiowd of men loi)ked on in am ieim nt In
spite nf a few mishid tlni rs and toiu
clothrs, the ladi.s an hl.hl) pleas, d with
their work, and ,111111.1111. , that next week
the) will II x the street In II out of thu
church and put up lull liing racks.
GAIN IN POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS.
Ifanu ih City Shoim n iritif)lng lucreim
Over the ( nrr, ipiiuillng Month
l.a ! -'ar.
Washington, Aug. 22 -(Spce i.il.) The to
tal receipts of the Kansas City posiolllcc
for the mouth of Jul) amount in f 12.715
and fnr the corresponding mouth list jcar
the total Is JS.Vi7ii This shmvh an Increase
this jc.ii river last of 2'1 pet tent, while
the averago InetcuM' for tho total lius
mc.se for Hu1 department fur Hi it month
Is lii 9 per tent. Tlie total receipts for
tho month amount to t-M'UJ.ls. while for
the loirespimditig iiiunth last jc.ir the
total receipts weto f.'.u'il.iivj.
,X AHIIHIss IIV MIL I.Mi.VI.I.S.
IIo Will .Make 11 .Speech at 'l.ipeka nn la
bor ll.), bepti'iubcr U.
Top. ha, Las, Aug 22 -(Special ) IJx
Senatoi John J lligalls to-da) iiotlllcl the
couimlttee in chaige th.it ho would dellvei
fill address In Topeka oil Septcinbei .',
which Is Labor dii) J. 11, Huitnu has uUa
agreed to addiess the ctlebiatlon. To tic .
cept thu Topeka invitation Mr, lligalls
canceled an engagement ut Troy, Mo.
I'lTio'e eithill ut little Hock.
Little llock, Atk., Aug. 22. Mrs. Nocy,
tho lirst female tvcllst to appeal on tho
streets ot Little Hock, clad in bloomers,
was arrestee! by the police under an ord.
nance proscribing "indecent apparel." Tho
bloomers wero of thu conventional pat
tern, such us arc woin in other cities. The
case will be fought to the cud.
The Cnlted States Ttust Company, In
New York Life building, receives depoblts
of persons nut In uotlve business, subject
to check, and allows interest on Ihe result
ing dall) balances. Capital, one-quarter
million dollars. Invested In United States
bonds t par fur security of depositors.
li tvAsl ttv, Mrt, Atic 23, ljv
7'"mi 1 !'". r Via U'dUwr to he Jnfritiii
i ie . r
7rmf-ruiitc lri!'M.i Iflnlmum, t); miti
Cluojialra hade a slnvo hrinj; her
white vinuRnr in a no-hlct. When it
vv.ts hrotiRlit she set it heforc licr
nnd laughed .i;ain, while Antony,
rtsint; from his couch, drow near
anil stood at her side, and nil tho
company leant forward to see what
she would elo. And this she did.
She took from her car one of those
great pcarla which last of all had
heon drawn from the body ot the
Divine riiaroah, and before any
coultl guess her purpose she let it
fall into tlm vinegar. Then came
.silence, tho bdence of wonder, and
slowly the peerless pearl melted in
the strong acid. When it was
melted she lifted the goblet anc
shook it, then drank the vinegar to
the hist drop.
Rider Haggard's "Cleopatra,"
Perrin's Gloves arc controlled by
its you will be unable to get thorn
anywhere else 111 our city.
The arrival of the lirst import
ation of them has caused commo
tion in the glove store. They've
brought some bright, new ideas
with them, too.
renin's l-btitton "Cleopatra" Itomnn
Pe'.irl llutton Woven one of the newest
things of the season black, with white
Koniiin Pi'.ul buttons ami white cnu
bmidPii'il backs and brown and tan,
with white buttons and emhioldcrctl
Port Ill's l-chisp ".lancvllle" Woven
Victory embroidery particularly vvelt
IHtlng and stylish, now.
renin's. 2-cIasp ".Innevllle" Gloves
extremely huge clasps Victor cmbrold
ei y ; new.
Certain impoitant facts concern
ing the August bale should not bo
This is not a clearing of old
stock. Utit a sale of fresh, new
goods collected especially for this
Autumn prices of Furniture in
any regular way must be from 10
per cent to 50 per cent higher than
our August Sale prices.
You have here ?Gc, 000 worth of
Medium and Fine Furniture to se
120 different styles of Rocking
Chairs, costing from $1.25 to i? 00
Finish, workmanship and price
ijti different styles of Bedroom
Suits oak, curly birch, Hird's-eye
maple or mahogany. Cabinet work,
the finest and best.
1' ml .ii ill ni dull niters ind vrlt1n4
I ii sk -..It I , ak 1 .di-h, linls.li like cut.
i llll . HU, .-- ill I'.K. . H- uO.
ii'i.i.nxi:, Miiuiti:. f.viricx ,t-1 11,
A BAD BREAK,
Knight l.iupiir Hales 1,0 to Pie. en In
( hi. ago I i. Ic. Is s, Ming f7 to 11
He due Hon.
Chicago, III, Am- 22-1x111111 Templir
ritiS went to plei 1 - Inn to dav Ti kets
wero sold on the sltict fr el) Irom fin to
il J over the different routs by win h the)
rcniilai agreeel tare I- fl'i Tin r seems
tn bo a tegular s. rumble among tho roads
for the business and the) app. ir Willing
in cut) ii for whit, wi Is nirer. I them
Nn explanation can lie given mr the de
uioralU.ilinu Snuie nt Hie roads refuse In
believe that Hull competitors have so far
lost Hull Inads is u make) th. low rates.
Tlie) explain the sale's at the low rits
b) saving that the lookers have forineel
a c ombliiatlon to break the rates, or hive
got hold of a limited number of tickets at
ver) low 1. lies from patties, who, lifter
purchasing them, toiind that It would hi
impossible lot tlieiu to mike the trip tn
llostnn and did not know that they could
have tll.lt tb kets redeemed In the rail-nnd-.
The tut remains, however. Hut
tickets 1 111 In Inl 011 the street at the
prices named, and that people are being
pressed to punhaso Hie 111 at Huso figures,
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seeri'tnry Morton IH-poees of the I'liuts at
Vleillcllie bodge und Mcrlliig,
Washington, Aug il -(.Special.) To-day
Sec it tar Minimi mid the entire govern
imiit sugar plant at .Mcdli ine Loelge, K.is.,
and tho cxpcilinont.il apparatus at Ster
ling, lias,, to Loulsl 111.1 parties, who will,
it Is said, remove tho machinery to that
state, The conditions of tho sale or the
price paid aro not known. This will doubt
less be a great disappointment to Kuiisans.
as mail) of ihenv weie very hopeful of the
Biig.iv Industry in the state
siilL.iu i ociuty liietltule.
.Milan, Mo , Aug. 22 -(Speci.il ) One httn
dred und twenty Sullivan county teachers
weie enrol.! at tlio Institute which Just
closed ut llairls, ill the western pirt of
this county. Out uf this number eight)
tour wcin granted ccrtitlcatcj to teach
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.CUSS .)!'! I.... Sit (Ills C-lt, Ull'i jiisa
Hi little I'lclU, of Humphreys, and Messrs.
A. J, Cooper, U. M. Wilson and Hurry
lllscott were granted the only first grade
certificates Issued. The place of holding
tho next Institute will be In Milan licit
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