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KANSAS OITY. AH JUST 3D, 185)5.
IMUOM TWO GENTS.
ii aim ,
Hood's Sarsaparllln 70c
Ayrcs' Sarsaparilla, ,7i)C
Wood's Sarapaiitla. .....,,, ,.70c
Ayrcs' Hair Vlor fjjc
Carter's Little Liver Pills. . ..... ioc
Llstcrltie. 1 7ic
Lyon Tooth Powder i()c
Pinkliam's Vci. Compound 7nC
Syrup of Figs 1 Oc
Mirnyon's Kcnicdics 20c
Thoso are only a few samples.
Come and get anything you want at
equally low prices.
All 10c straight clears, .'l for 'JSc.
All fie straight cigars, 0 for 25c
Ice Crenm Soda 5c, with crushed
fruits or any syrup desired.
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i THE KING HAT CO
, 1016 MAIN ST.
A LAX STATE OF AFFAIRS.
Ttoport of tho Coroner's eliirj on Mm Otim-
ry Hotel Ills tstcr Miotts Criminal
ccgllgcne it All Hound.
Denver, Aug. 29. The coroner's Juiy.att
slx dnjs' investigation of tho Gunny
bote, disaster, mado Its report tills even
Ins.. It sajs 'hat testimony was so con
acting that it Is Impossible to ilx tho re
' sponslbllltj- for the dlsjtter upon any 0110
person, but the owners, Peter Gumry nnd
n. C. Gl, 'nor, wero blimeable for requ r
lns of their engineer sixteen hours' work
out of twentj-four, and for employing an
Inexperienced engineer, whoso habits wero
dissipated and unreliable, imiigiinv-r Hcll
muth Loescher, the leport wi, had been
drinking on the night of the disaster, and,
further he had not examined the safctj
valfc to th boiler for two months, proving
him f unlit to occupy any position of
Tho city boiler Inspector Is censured for
falling to Inspect tho boiler after recent re
pairs were made upon It.
The report closes with a recommenda
tion that an ordinance be passed regulat
ing tho use of steam boilers.
NinV KAh.S COItl'OKATIONS.
Cli irtcrs Granted bv tlio scrrotar- of Mate
Topeka, Kas , Aug O (Special.) The
Quapaw Mining and .Milling Company, of
Baxter Springs, has been Incorporated
with a. capital stock of $10,000 The direc
tors of tho company are as follows: S. W.
real, Ui on. Ark.: It. H. Sinds, J. jr.
Cooper and Abner W. Abram.-, of Baxter
Springs: V. B. Schermerhoin, of Galena,
and William Grimes, of Kingllsher, O. T.
Tho old soldiers nt Put sons havo Incor
porated the Parsons Itounlon Association,
of cx-soldlers and e-sallors of the rebel
lion. The capital stock Is $1,500, and it is
proposed to hold annunl meetings. The
directors nre as follows. v C King, 1,.
P. Pick, A. II. McCormlck, V. C. Ilurnett,
M. 115 rne, C Itnckhold, (1. V. Hawk, G.
W. Gab! lei, A. II Kimball. J. W Walker,
W I C.rleson, George Camp and S A.
lllggs. of Parsons, Dr It W Wright, J.
M. Altamont. A V Mortimer and .
Dennis of Oswego; A. 11 Hillegas. of
Montann: f N 11 icon, South Mound; J. II.
Sparry, Dennis; J. II Marr, M.Cune; W.
C. Dlcus, of .Mound Valley, and J. S.
Hogue, of Montana.
Appoint. 4l by tho (iutrriinr,
Topeka, Kas., Aug 20 (Special) Gov
ernor Morilll to-day appointed I.alr Dean,
of Smith county, to bo member of tho
board of penitentiary dlrectois, lco J. .1.
JIUlllC'S, Hi I J.lll cuciciej , iriin'iv'ii . ,iJ
Iicniieillliliy uuatd la nuw puitui; ti.c-iiei,-Ican.
Tlio governor niso appointee! ur. . win
ning, of Kingman, to lin member of tlio
unto board of health, vice John L. Ben
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It come and bee for yourself. Chnso &
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That makes the str'klnt; difference in
rnimsH hoasthp corrcca.
Java and Mocha, 3flj lb,
(lieen Santos, li) lb.
Hear Itlo, 2"k lb,
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llroken Jau. 15c lb,
: lbs. Grain Pepper. 2'C.
r. lbs. Economy Hiking Tow dor, 2jc.
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It, II. W. Cream Haking Powder, 23c.
2 cans Kansas City Jtaklng I'owiler, 21e.
Manhattan llaklng Powder, Mb, cans,
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2 caiib Condensed .Milk, lfe,
llagle Milk. 17c.
Cajtnno I'epper, 20o lb.
NJ3W TBAS AT I.DSS THAN WHOLIJ-
lbs. rcngliih Ilreakfast, Jl.
G lbs. Oolong. $1.
10 lb can Honey, (Vo.
f, gallons Sorghum, J1.2S.
r. gallons Honey Drip, tl M
5 gallons Headlight Oil. 65c,
jc lbs. Colored Deans, 2jc,
loea, 5o lb.
I.je, Concentrated, 5o box,
lioneless Ham, 10o lb.
10 lb pall White Itoso I.ard, 75oj 5 lb. pall,
Wto: 3 lb. pall. SOo.
10 lb. pall Family Lard, 75oj 5 lbs., 40c;
1 hs "5c
18 lbs". Choice Heflned I.ard, Jl 18 lbs.
Plamond Laundry Haskets. 30c.
All Willow Laundry H.ibkets, EOe.
you can save 40a a hundred by buIng
our $1.S3 Flour. , , , ..
Country oiders shipped promptly. No
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As prices change dally, please clip this ad
and end with order.
Out of town orders packed and sent to
ropuLAU low piuce anocnn,
437-533 MAIN STREET,
Have you a homo that is already
furnished? Perhaps it falls short of
your requirements in pffoctheness,
ami yet tlio main part of your fumi
turo is good and appropriate. It re
quires as much genius to successfully
refurnish a room to comliino tlio old
witli tho new as it doiw to decorato
a now one. Wo constantly iliitly
these problems from an artistic and
A now rug or two, somo now cur
tains and portieres here, a tapestry
panel there, a dainty bed drapery
yonder, the soiled and worn uphol
stered furniture covered with new,
rich fabrics, a bagdad for tho couch,
new pillars for tho Davenport; you'll
bo surprised to see what a change
now upholstery and curtains will
make for you, and nowheiodocs tho
money show to so good advantage.
With our chaustivo stocks and
superior workrooms thoroughly
equipped for ail kinds of drapery and
upholstery work and with evory
article marked in plain liguros on
a not cash basis, wo are prepared to
do this work better, and at less cost
Fall stocks constantly arriving.
Now bagrtads at 1. 75, o.'JS ami
5.75. JJluo and whito Japanese
Silks at 75c. 15est quality blue and
whito Japanese Crepes at 15c. Grass
Cloth Curtains, $1.50.
Grand Ave. and Eleventh St.
GRAND COMMANDER ELECTED.
ltlglit Imminent Mr Warren l..iru Ihnttum
Chosen to Succ.ed Mr Hugh Mi t'lirilj
Xclt Cmuhlw lit l'lttfthlirg, l'a.
Hoston, Aug. 20 Tho grand encampment
of Knights Templar decided to-day to vote
for ofllcers for roll call The Ilrst billot,
which was for gi md master, resulted ns
follows: ISlght Eminent Sir Wnrren Ltruo
Thomas, of Marysvlllo, Ky 207; Most Imm
inent Sir Hugh McCurdj, of Michigan, 2:
lllght Imminent Sir Samuel C Law rente, of
ISoston, 1; Very imminent Si.- Itcuben II.
I.lod, of San Tianclsco, 1. As but lil
votes weie necessary, Thomas was ile
claicfl elected. Ho feelingly thanked tho
encampment for the honor conferred on
It was announced that tho committee on
time and place of tho next conclave had
reported in favor of Pittsburg, l'a. Their
action was unnnlmouslj milled and the
time agreed upon was the second Tuesday
in October, 1S0S.
The following oiilceis weie then elected
Deputy giand commander, Veiy imminent
Sir lteuben II. LIod, of San Francisco;
pi and genoralKslmu, Veiy imminent Sir
Heniy I). Stoddiid. of Texas giand cap
tain geneial, Veiv imminent Sir George M
Moulton. of Illinois, grand senior warden
Veiy imminent Sir II, nry W. Hugg. o'
Khode Island, giand junior warden. Veiy
imminent Sir W 11 Moll-di of Cliulnnati,
O, grand treastm r, Ver imminent Sir II
Wales Llm-.. of Meilden, Conn. (re-elected)
imniliifiit fair William H. Mijo, of MIs
souil, vas elected grand recorder on the
The grand ene-ampment decided upon
Plttsbtng ns the next conclave eltj
A dull giay hk ami a lain soaked earth
rather dlscouiagcd the Knights when they
tinned out for the day ltlaek and whlti
plumes and closely lining uniform co its
gave w ly to fatigue caps and business
hulls. Out of town 1 xcuislons were as un
met oils ninl as nttiactlve as jesteidny.
Golden Gate coinmandeiy, of Sail Train ls
co, visited llrockton, where the members
weio entet tallied by Hnj State command
er). Cunbil'lge commaiidery took Its
guests, Washington, of Ati hlson, Kas., on
a tiip to Slhii Spiings. It. I for a tls,h
dinner. The Knights of Arkansns and
Texas, with theii 1 idles, weie WLlcomeil
nt Lowell by the dlnetois of the South
western Telegraph and Telephone Compa
ny. Luni lit on was seived at Likevlew and
the party was si nrted down the Meirlmau
vulley to Liwieme. Some of tho Aik.int.as
cunmianderles and those fiom Toronto.
Cinnila, visited Worei'Mcr, as the guests
of the Worcestei touuty commandii
To-night the exodus of Knights will be
gin, several commaiideiles leaving tor
home Lai go uumbeis will go to-mtii row,
but tnnny of the ilelegatlons, espeel ill)
those from Western states, will dlsbind
The eighth trie nnlnl Fosslon of the gen
eial chapter of tile' llidei of the i:nMirn
Star was oiifiietl In I'nlon hall to-day. Mrs.
Slni y Sneddons, most woithv grand ma
tion of the older, picsliled After appoint
ing a committee on ored ntt.ils and other
standing committees, adjournment was
tuken for lunch.
KILLED 6Y A POLICEMAN'S CLUB
Mrs. l'tel Dies l"riiin Injuries Iterelvttl
rriim Olllteriiiliii'K at 'liipeku liiilnes
. lit lei for Killing Albert rueger,
TopeKn, KnB Aug. 20 (Special ) Po
lice Olllcer Gaines, who .liot and kllloel
Albert Cutcer, while tlio latter wiih e
slstlnff ntrest, vvns to-dny aiiestnl on
the cliaigo of nianslaiiKliler ninl held In
tho sum of J5.000, vvhlcli was given by
his follow oillcms. Tho cot oner's Inquest
was concluded to-day and a vet diet
rendereel which practically exonerated
Haines. John Hewitt, ono of tho Jury
men, wlio illd. not upptovo tho vol diet,
sworo out tlio win tunt ngaliiht tho po
licemnn, It was In testimony that after
Crueger sttuck tho olllcer ho moved
uw.iy nnd was milking no hostile demon
Btiatlon when tho olllcer lireil, Tho of
llcer himself testllletl that when lie ie
celveil tho blow on tho lie.ul it ilaed
him nnd ho did not know exactly what
ho vvub doing; when ho iiieil tho bhot.
Thero Is a good ileal of feeling; manifest
ed over tho uftulr by cltltitH, unit tho
Hontlliu'tit Is nbout evenly dlvldeei for
and tujalnbt tho olllcer. This feeling is
inteiibllUd to-night ly the death of Mis.
imuel, a Hussion woman who vvasstiucU
by Policeman Oalnea whllo tho otlleeis
wero making; a laid on her husbantl'H
joint u tew nights ago. Tho Husslnns
athereil und fought th olllcers and
Haines, useel Ids eluh on tho imtzel wom
an, itilllctlus Injuries fiom which pho
died, It was a fiee-for-all light, and tho
policeman says ho had no Intention of
striking' tho woman, who lushed in as
his blow- was falling.
Hurled Gobi Dl.tinerf ii.
San Francisco, Aug. 20. Another cache of
gold, stolen from the Southern Paclllo train
near Swingle last October, was unearthed
to-day. To-day's discovery of Loin was
O.ufaO. which makes the total amount re
covered 1S,000. The money was found at
tome distance from the spot where llandit
Drowning said It was bulled, it had evi
dently been hidden In a new spot by those
who Ilrst found the btolen treasure. The
searchers now believe they will tlnd the
greater portion of the amount orlxlnully
bflen. which wus tJ3.000. It is thought
the tramps or others who found the treas
uio were unable, t carry. It all away.
DROWNED IN A MINE.
Titiuii:i:mv mn: nisi: rttimtit i.tvi:s in
WATER BREAKSTHROUGH AVEIN
Tin; tiNFimii,Tis ,iti: i:.sitjt,ri:i
nv nit: itiisiiiMi i(initt;.sr.
ONLY THREE MINERS ESCAPE,
OKA IH, V (IAM'm I'UIJXIIM AITKMIHS
at i:mi:ui.si tin: siiapi.
1 ho .rrltlrnt (Jcnirrri! In tho Amrrlrtift
nml Iprpy Hollow Mlnr nt Ontrnl
Cltj Ynlpfilny A f (rrnoon All At
(riupt tnSfinrn tlm Itotllci
Denver, Aug 20 A (special to the News
from Central Cltv, Col, says: The acci
dental Hooding of the Amerlcus mid Sleepy
Hollow mines this afternoon caused the
death, It Is believed, of thirteen miners
imvery effort Is being made to rescue the
unfortunate men, but Utile hope Is enter
talneel. A little after 3 o'clock the water
In tho lower workings of the risk mine,
cast of the main shaft, hroko through nn
old vein that lias not been workoel for n
number of jears. Coursing eastward It
struck tho Amerlcus, where two Italian
miners whoso names havo not been
learned were nt work lu the lower part
of the shaft. They were both drowned In
Its course tho water diverted to the Sleepy
Hollow mine, the easterly portion of the
risk vein Fourteen men wero working in
the Sleepy Hollow, three of whom escaped.
A courier was sent to tho suljacent mines
nnd nil their workmen escaped Those In
tho Sleepy Hollow whoe escape was shut
off were as follows: N Vegas, n llrocken,
Brower Prlsk, Willi mi Prlsk, Thomas V.
Prouoe, Thomas Williams, M P Lncnnl,
Thomas Calbls, J Harris, S V.illero, John
Parks, The sounding of the whistle gave
the Ilrst signal of disaster nnd soon the
shaft building of the Sleepy Hollow mine
was so packed with the families and
friends of the Imprisoned miners and those
anxious to render assistance th it it was
almost impossible for the work of attempt
ing a rescue to proceed.
Deputy Sheriff W. W. Williams nnally
nrrlveil on the grounel, the bulMIng was
tleared, and practical miners offerod their
services In lowering the bucket. The
fatthest elepth attained was C.!0 feet, the
accumulated gas forced up bv the raising
water being such that n. e.indlc would not
burn .at n. greater depth. A seeonel eftorl
was made, a larger sUed safety lamp hav
ing been placed In the bucket. The rescuer
who Ilrst descended lu the bucket, air. H.
P. Illsk. was found at tho 3.10 foot level.
On reaching the surface ho was almost in
an Insensible state.
Other volunteers went down afterward,
but were not successful in reaching a
lower point in the shaft, owing to the
i.iMng of tho water.
Hxtia water buckets wore sent for and
brought to tho mine, which are now work
ing with a view of lowering the av liter.
The inauagerrs of the propertj- were on
the giound, nnd weto verv assiduous III
their eftort-a to relieve the men. The two
in the Amerlcus are. without elntibt, deael,
Those In Sleepy Hollow, unless they can
be found ill some of the slope's, havo met
death In a similar manner.
Hvir slnee tho closing down of the
pumps In tho Incline shaft of the new
Gregoiy Mining Companv, tho waters In
that shaft have been gricluallv rising,
the owners of tho risk mine having been
iliiven out of the lowti to the upper work
ings This- was duo to tho Inabllltv of the
owners of tho risk, and Sleepj Hollow to
agree upon a. plan to pro-rate the drain
age. HOWARD PITZEl'S FEET FOUND.
lloH Digging Under tlio Ilnlmes HeitiKo
Disinter 'I lioso Members of the Mur-
tleiiMl llfi) 1'oUeiu Dug ITp.
Indianapolis Ind , Aug. 20 The drug
with wlile h Howard PiUel was killed bo
fore his body was burned In tho big stove
in tho Irvlngton cottage, was found to-day.
Part of a bottle of evnnldo of potassium
was found bulled In tho barn It was giv
en to the coroner, who remarked- "If there
Is au killing to be done, this Is tho dtug
with whlth to do It" liojs ellgglng under
the Holmis house In an untlnlsheil portion
of tho cellir, found tho two feet of How ird
I'll el. They had been burned, but not
ilestroveil and weie evidently too bulky
to ho put Into the chimney hole. Willi tho
feet was found burled a Jive ejuirt cm.
Theie was some toil oil In it. All tho
witnesses wero befoie tho coroner and tho
grand Jury to-day. Tim coroner will un
doubtedly eorioborato the conclusions al
ready ri'aclie'd bj eletectlves and reporters.
The grand Jury Is healing the testimony
to-dav, nml will return an Indictment
Late this afternoon while some small boys
weie digging around the Holmes cottage
nt Irvlngton they iineaithcil two bottles
of aconite, one of which was empty. Thev
weie found near wheio some of the Pltel
bov's 1 ones wero found, and wero buileil
by H H. Holmes Prom this discovery 11
Is thought that Holmes also useel iiconlto
In disposing of his victims Tho quantity
found would Indicate that ho Intended
Hindering tho gills hero also, but was
filghtened away Detectivo ilever and In
spectoi Gary leave for Philadelphia to
llemiirkiible Yam of an "Angel" In Si lutein
furth's Ite'iiirt nt Itiu Kfnnl A
Chicago, Aug. 20,-Cnr! Mlchclson, tho
l-veot-oli ton of a, prominent college
piofesor of Denmark, pl.ijed Tillby at a
criminal couit trial to-day and told of his
expei tenco with a female Hvengall In
"Metslnh" Schwelnfurth's "heaven" at
Uockfoul, 111. Miss Minnie Dllir, who wus
once an angel at Itockfoul but Is now a
moi lul cletk In a Chicago department
stoie, has caused the voung Dario's niiost,
chaiglng him with theft of her watch.
MlcheUon couiiteieel with the chargo tint
Mlsb Hller had hvtinotlzeil him while ha
wus a. biother angel at llockford. JIu was
so thoroughly under her lulluence, his at
torney ibclued, that when Miss lmller left
"heaven" ho could not endiito her ab
sence und tamo to Chicago to secuio her
le-tuin, taking her watch as a pledge that
sho would again Join the angel baud. Tho
case wus compromised uftcr the trial be
gan and an attempt will be mude by at
torneys to havo the Deumaik lelatlves of
the lad piotecute Schweinfurth, who,
with MUs Hller, Is charged with almost
wtecklng his mind.
C'oxey 1 Optlmlitlc.
Zanesville, O, Aug. 29-1. S. Coxey.
Populist oandUlate for governor of Ohio,
paused; through here to-day on his
way to Pulrvlew to address tho
IVnroval reunion. Two car seats were
tilled with his published addresses.
He said that the contest had narrowed
down to himself and General Hushntll.
Campbell was not In It. He thinks ho
Heanlou Near bmltlituu, Mo.
Sedalia, Mo. Aug. 20. (Special.) Smith
ton post, G. A. It., is holding u two davs'
encampment three miles south of that
own. with u largo attendance. George II.
Smith post und A. D. Jaynes camp. Sons
'it eteraos of. this City, Ul thin HjxfUUlfa"
to enter the ramp. A number of promi
nent llourlnns am pxpnted lo be pres.
cut to-morrow ami tn.iki addrt pses.
ORATORY AT BAXTER SPRINGS,
Hon. llernard Krll nml Hon, v i lister
ll.itl Ailitnss i tlrnit Miiltltiuliuit
tint Snlilli rs' lit II II loll.
Haxler Springs, Kns , Aug 2"! (Special )
To-day the em iiupmcnt runlx I Its s.onllh.
llerninl Kellv nnd Wi lister Puis were
lint orators .Wither speak, r was able to
bo lientd at the remote llmlls of the assem
bled thousands Hon. Utrnnul Kell, who
has) electrllled every tniampiuent thus far
held lu Kniisns, and who Is already on the
programmes of every one ).ol to follow,
was tho Ilrst attrnotlon. I'or two houis
nnd a half the old veteran held his Im
mense audleiire, rocoltltie enthusiastic ap
plause at tho closo of almost every sen
tence. Hon. Websler P.avls' nddtess this after
noon wus a tiwislrrpliic of oratory, speak
ing for nearly three hours without man
uscript or notes, lie ipene 1 with a beauti
ful tribute lo Kanns thrift ninl entet prlo
and praised Ilaxter Springs' etil7cns fur
their progress nud pronperllv He tln-ti
1 lunched ort Into it tribute to the old vt
erans and spoke tenderly of the wives nnd
mothers of tlio soldiers nt the Noltli ami
South. Slid he: "I btlbve when old sol
dlers' homes are b.illt, the women should
not be forgotten, a place should be undo
for them, and when monutu'iits .ire erect
ed to perpetuate' the niemoiv of suMlets,
monuments should ulso be erected to the
memory of the women on whom rested
the severest burdens of the war, for when
the men were nt the front of the bittle
many of the in were at home and on them
rested the nwful burden of suspense,
"It was a woman's soft volii- that spoke
wonts of hone and consolation Into the
ears of the efj Ing soldier bov, nnd It was
woman's tears that fell upon the faoe of
the tlend bov mid carrleel his last tin's-nge
te the loved ones at home Honor
to the women of the republic who
sh ireel with tho veterans of both, armies
tho sorrows, the hardships, the ravages
and cruelty" Major Pavls sild that he
lit! not Intend to talk politics on this oc
casion, but said ho bellfvcd all this light
Ingonil eiiilbbllngwo henraboiit the money
quoston Is caused by cirtnln rodllsh aris
tocracy from ncross the sea, who are anx
ious to get tho American people epi irtellng
among themselves so that the- will foiget
tho real cause for most the linn! times In
this country, namely, thp Wlbtm tariff
bill. Major Davis closed his speech ns fol
lows: "O, men of Kansas, thank God to-diy
for this sweet reign of peace on this very
ground, whre once raged a fierce battle
To-iluy j on and jour children gather to
greet each either as brothers and frlemels.
The flowers are blooming, the corn nnd
wheat Is growing, and tho orchard trees
are- benellng low with red npples, where
once the cannon roaied, the musket
bricked, nnd vour comrades, wounded,
dvlng Thank God It Is so
"And to-d ly vou may extend jour hands
through the splendid stalks of wheat and
corn, and through the branches loinbd
with reel apples, across the famous bor
der lino between Missouri and Kansas, to
jour neighbor in Missouri, and. grasping
each other's hands, let friendship lelgn
God cranl It, and all hall the reign of
peace and brotbnrly love. When Itobert
llruce, of Scot mil. came to die, he ic
eiiifstid that after his eionth his heirt
should be taken nnd burled by tho side
of his S iv lor After his death the Kill
of Douglass sumninneel a compiuv of chiv
alrous Scots together and undertook the
sacred mission He took the heart of
llruce, and, placing It In a golden c isket,
staittsl upon tho Journey On the w iv
tho' wore assaulted b a large'
forco of Moots, anil wero dtlv
en back bv sheer force". Thus
his hand In his boom and withdrew there
from the golden casket and burling It
Into the advancing foice of tho Moors,
cried 'Lead on, biave heart of Urnee, we
follow thee,' and they rushed like a thun
derbolt to victory nnd gloij On. my
countrymen, to-elav. a- these nwful forces
from across the se-a are boating down up
on us, let us as brothers stand together
and, taking tho In art of our Immortal
Lincoln, let lis Inciso it In the c isket of
love, and, hurling It fur into the nlv Hie
ing host let us i r 'Lend on. brave h".art
of Lincoln, we follow thee,' ind then in
will rush to vie too, md our i mmtrt and
all Its institutions will be sife ami will
be preserve!, as thej should l'. for fiitme
At the close of his address. Colonel Alex
ander Wat nor, of this eltj stepped roi
werd and called for three chei rs fir the
net governor of Missouri. This was done
with enthusiasm, and the Immense audi
ence swelled fin ward to reach the hand
of the speaker Hanger of rru-hlng those
In the front rinks was Imminent, .and
Colonel Warner rushed and elmonlshed
the thiong to bo still Altoiniv General
Paw es and Departni nt Pomin nuler Har
ris and his statf will speak tn-moirow
'TWILL ASTONISH THE NATIVES.
Unique Way III tVlilrli it Prominent Knns.iii
Proposes to Aeltei Use Ibti Siiiillotti r
state In Ohio.
Topeka, Ka , Aug 20 (Spec! il) C. J.
Hell, assistant to Treisurer Wilder, of the
Santi Pe, Is propn.ng for a visit to his
old aome nt Washington Couit House, O.,
nnd .u a part of his equipment ho has
caused to be printed a thousand cards,
which he will ellstllbtite upon his arrival In
Ohio. Mr. Hell says that his former visits
to the Hist hnve been spoiled bj- the (ire
of questions about Kansas he has been
obliged to answer, .and ho has prepared his
visiting card with the purpose of ivoldtng
this annoyance. It r ids as tollows.
: HHTCHimu SWimilT LITim I'M I'HOM :
: KANSAS. :
! Am back Hast on a visit onlj :
: And wouldn't be caught dead here. :
Look on Any Map of tho U. S. and :
: You'll Plnd :
I KANSAS IS TIIK HULL'S-imVim. :
Santa l'e Itoute, :
: Greatest II. It. on Hirth, has Its head- :
: quaitcrs la Kansas, :
KANSAS DIDN'T DO A THINO i
: In 1ST. :
; Hut Rale Si'., n.'.Tts Husliels of Corn, :
: nnd not a nubbin In the lot. :
: Politicians thick ns Spaniards In hades, :
: Statesmen as siaroi ns Dagoes in :
; Heaven. :
she has Tinm L.vnormsT city in !
: Tin: WOULD :
without a saloon, I
: nut for Drug Stores? S-A-Yl!
You fellows make me we.arj' :
: Talking about cranks, cj clones and :
: prohibition, :
: Come out and seo for jourself that :
YOU AIU) A LIAIt,
j Kansas people nre not compelled to :
; llvo on Timothy and Turnips In tho :
! summer nml Corn llread nnd Perslm- ;
; mons In the winter, :
; Increase jour slight clianro for heav- :
; en bj- living In God'i. country awhile :
; befoie vou climb or fall down the gold- :
; en btalrs. :
: Oct,, 'So.
CJHimr.L, of Kansas, :
..,,.,. .,... ,.,,.,.o
l'edtf oned by 'loadstoolM.
Topeka, Kas., Aug. 20. (Special ) Otis
Capion, the J-jeui-old son of ex. Police,
inun Capiou. elied lust night from the
eftects of eating to.aelstools. The llttlo fel
low found the poisonous fungi glowing
about his futhei's dooij'.ard and ate freely
of them. He was seized with convulsions
almost Immediately and died a few houis
LIFE NOT WORTH LIVING,
Sorel, Quebec, Aug. 20. Charles Hatt
committed suicide during the night at his
mother's, lesldeuce here. Mr. Hatt had
been residing in Detroit for many jears,
where he -was employed In a largo whole
sale establishment. Ho was 13 yea 13 old,
Cincinnati. Aug. 20. Hecklah Roberts, a
j-ouiis furmer at Duller, K, cut his wife's
throat to-daj-, and then cut. his own. He
died Instantly. Ills wife U fatally hurt
He is supposed to have been Insane. The
bloody deed was witnessed by lUelr three
Children, ageji (rojB 1 tQ 1. '
A SPECIAL SESSION.
M.V.IOItllV III' KANSAS l,r!lst,.10lts
r.wmt dm: iiiiimi m:i.i).
CONSTITUTION DEMANDS IT,
tlov t.ltSdlt VtOltltlt.l, NOT vi;t I)l
utnnti o.n t in: otiiistioN.
HE WILL SEEK LEGAL ADVICE,
it m: iti:i tisi'.sio cai.i.a si:ssiiinom:
Vt n, i, m: nimi.it M:vt:iti iidi.i.ss,
It Is StM Unit lite Members Cull AMeiu-
ble nml lie imiiiil a Cull of (be limit,, mid
Unit llnlr l'liin IIhh lle.it Agreed
Upon l.li iitenuni iloternor
I rout in ui's Vlutta.
Topeka, Kns., Aug. 21 (Rpeclil) It Is
probably n fair state inent to say that nine
tenths of the piesent Kansas legislators
nro In favor of a special session of the
legislature In Jntmirv next When aked
for a statement of the noiesslty for n spe
cial session, iinv one of the gentlemen will
say that It Is not a ipte stlon of opinion
or of necessity, but one of constitution
Of totirso, when a member of the legll i
tiiro gets up on the high horse of consti
tution nnd preaches nbout tho minditorv
prov Islons of our organic law, It Is Ignoble
to tnlk of mileage und per diem, hut It
lilij' be suggested with propriety that spe
cial sessions are pild for Just as the regu
That there Is a grave constitutional tan
gle, no one famlll ir with Kansas, affairs Is
able to deny.
Veiy briefly Hinted. It Is this: The con
stitution commands that commencing upon
a certain date and everj live jears there
after, the stale shall bo apportioned Into
new legislative districts. When the 'on
stlliitlou was adopted the legislature was
meeting everv jear. Now, under a consti
tutional amendment, the bglslature meets
blcuulall) , und the live ear apportion
ment pet Ind falls between two regular
sessions. This happened but once before
In the hlstoiy of the state, and then, lu
'!, Govt i nor John A .Martin called n
special sisslon and the apportionment
was m ide
The pi ess has generally quoted Governor
Morrill ns In tug opposed to a spei l.il ses
sion dining Is'i', Tile Ilrst utterances in iile
bj the rnvernoi on tills question were to
a tepoitei for the' Kansas Cltv Journal,
shortlv after the ailjoiirniue nt of the teg
ular session In Miueh lust At that tlmo
lie staled that unless he could be phown
when the piopci time came that the con
stitution commanded this special session
lie would not call It To-elnj- he re pe itnl
that state nient to a Journal it potter, with
tho added Infoi illation tint he hud us jet
lecelveil nn Iegil advice upon the matter
nnd hid not In anv sense dec Mod w lint ho
would do when the time arrived.
"I can ste' no good reason w hj' tho peo
ple of Knns is should be put to this great
i xpense," snld the governor, "unless It Is
determined to bo a constitutional necos
st A special session of the logllittlio
In 15 could .ippropilate monej but It
would have no povvir to lev j taxes, or In
anv manner provide public revenue
"If mv Infoi million is correct, tho list
legislature consumed the revenues pro
vided bj the tax Iivv for the two vt.ars
and the state tre isurt i ould stand no ln
i re.ase.l or unusual diafts upon Its fluids
Howivei. If It Is decld, d that the consti
tution demands this spoelil session, of
i ourse the question of expense cannot stand
in the iv a v.
"Thero is no hurry about this matter
I shall take advlie and high .advice when
the proper time comes It Is too grave a
question to be tossed aside In a moment,
and I am lnlsqiiulid when the statement
Is attributed to me that 1 will or that I
will not call a session of the legislature
Seven! membeis of the bglslature who
hive bun interviewed bv tin Journal h
poiter take the ground that the governoi s
tall has nothing lo do with the proposed
si sslcin of ISrt Thev nssut that sue li a
a session Is eoiuin indeil bj- the constitu
tion as impcratlvplj ns .anv of the regular
sessions, and that they piopose to get lo
gi thei whether the governor Issues his
call or not. Itepi.st ntatlve Hthstiin savs
that unj live members of either bodv could
legally assemble at the capitol and deni ind
ii "oill of the house" llepresentatlvii
Smith, of Sherman eountv. Informed a ie
portei last week that an understnn.ilng
hud bee n leached between n number of the
membeis fur some such action in cie
the governor should dee line to Issue his
call In fact, all of the Populist members
of both houses .are insisting that the leg
Islatuie hus a right to meet Independent
of inv call
A mnjnrlty of the lie publican members
ale In favoi of a spt i lul session. Lieuten
ant Governor Troutmin Is looked iinon-us
the b ad' i of the special session Repub
licans Ilnwevet he doi s not Indulge In
any tnlk about boMInt- a session in dfll
nnce of the governor He believes that the
session Is a constitution il necessity and
thinks the gov ei nor will so reeognl7e it
w lie n ho takes up tlio question for consid
er itlon and die Islon
It Is undeistooil heie that Speaker Lob
el, 11 also is In favor of a special session.
Ills home paper, edited by his brother,
came out last week with an editorial ln
doisement of the project
'I he iiri'ss of the state has not vet tnken
up a discussion of tho question In a gen
eial wav Some fe w of the far west pipers
are calling for railroad legislation: others
believe that a spot I il session would be vvar
innted b the tangled up condition of tho
asscssme nt and taxation lists, thoiuh by
far the gieater number nre wilting In pi
tlonce for a constitutional solution ot tho
RED FLAG WJLL NOT WAVE.
1 ho i;iubli in of Aniirc by Cannot Itct llu
fiirltil lu Honor of .!. Kler Hurdle.
Chicago, Aug. 20. Ppon the arrival In
Chicago of J. Kler Hurdle, the Hngllsh
labor leader, It Is said un attempt will bo
made to unfurl the red Hag, The Social
ists havo tho Hag toady and siy they will
lly It nt the big open nlr demonstration
Sunday, nt which Harelip and John Bwln
ton me to be present ns guests und speak
ets, Tho Sunday demonstration Is projected
by the Socialistic labor paity for tho ptn
pose of opening the fall cumpiign for the
elections on tho cliaiuiigo bo. ml
Inspector Piupatrlck, In speaking of tho
matter, salel' ,, ....
"Tho Socialists will not bo allow cd to
unfurl any purely nil dig on thu streets,
and 1 eloubt If they will be allowed lo un
furl It at tho grounds, Tho Socialists have
not applied for a permit to match, nud
without such authority fiom the city tiny
could not march at all, If they apply tor
a penult the led Hag business will be set
tled then and there. Tho exact attitude
of tho police, however, will havo to bo
goveineel by (ho Instructions ot tho mayor
This morning Major Swift settled all
doubt as to his position by issuing positive
oiders' forbidding tho carrying of tho reel
Hag through the streets, Ho nlso sent for
Oscar Ncebo and Michael Schwab, thu
paidoncd anarchists, and other Socialist
leaders and warned them against making
or allowing any demonstration ot the kind.
lliet itejpciiulhlllty I'liieed,
New York. Aug. 29 The Jury In tho Ire
land building Inquest returned at 4:15
o'clock with a verdict, placing the re
bponslbtllty tor thu collapse on John W.
Paiker, contiactor; Thorn is Walker and
Thomas Jlutraj', foremen; Charles It. Ben
reus, architect; lmdwurd J. Youdale and
Dennis H. Hockley, building inspectors.
Tho Jury exonerated Joseph Gulder,
I nbor Day In Kuniai.
Topeka. Kas , Aug. 29. (Special ) The
last session of the Kansas legislature set
upart the Ilrst Monday In September of
each j car us Labor day and mude it a
local hollduv. Governor Morrill to-dav
ISUel. UU, JyilLLLdlxon to, ijjyj
stnli institution nnd drpnrltnenls nrdorltut
an til's, i vn ni e of the holldnj, which fulls
tin n Mon lev tu xt
Miprrliitcnilint I re lit h, of tlm Tori Irtt
iiittortb 1'rltnn, ItiiiiiiimituN Mr. Alliu
for Vsslstuiil -t'ukiiotiii to the I In r.
Wnshlntelon. Aug. 29 - (Special ) The
Kansas Democrat lontinue to gi t the c old
shoulder as to appointment in the I iilid
Stales pi tiltetitl.u v at Pott Leavenworth
I'llder the direction of Sllptrlntell ii nt
I'letieh, promise iimde to ex-Senator .lnr
tin have been Ignored mid the situation
promised to Kansas nip t-radiuilly going
to outsiders or to those favored by the
nriuj ring pull thai roaches Into the tie
tmitment. Some time ago, when Pr.
Thompson, of Leavenworth, was appointed
pbjslilati for the h nltentlnrj. It via nld
that ns he did not gel the position by ten
son of the tecomtuetidiitlotiR of lending
Pcmoirnt of the state, the olllcp of as
sistant superliiti'iident would tertaltilv go
to some one In Kansas. Hut Mr. Prone h Is
not Interested lu Kansa pnlltli nnd feel
ing that he will likely not remain In the
state veiv long, be has ri'cntnmeniled I ap
tiln Allen ns iisltmit upi rlnte ndetit. ( ip
tiiln Allen bus l en hb Milled wltti the
prison for some jears, nud Is totally un
known to the PtiuoitJt of the state, who
have fell vears been lighting for delegi
tlons to pcmni'r.ittc national conventions
mid working In the Interest of Wall street
Pemocrucj. The attornev general lui not
vet appointed Captiilii Allen, but he would
have done so lo-dnv hid the sal irv be. n
agreed upon it appeal-, teasoniibly e er
taln that Alien will bo appointed ns soon
as the question of pit Is settle d.
The attornev icpiipiiiI to-day approved
the- lecomnieii'Iatloii of Mr I'rencli to re
tain tho pie sent i ngltiecr and assistant en
gineer whet have beiti holding the positions
for sotuo time.
RIVAL POLICE AT WICHITA,
'tno .,.( of onicers Patrol the "Itoorlm
Cltv" bj It.iisnu of the I'loblbl-
t toll Vlllilille.
Wichita, Kis, Aug. n.-tSppolnl Wich
lt i has two sits ot pitrolmen to-night.
One sit Is piohlbltlon and the other set ts
nntl-problblllon. The old polh etnen who
weio lemoved demiindecl their luck pay
and the police commissioner not having
the nioni'V, the police said they would not
quit woik until a settlement was undo
with them They refused to turn over
their stars, batons and linlfotms and
walked their beats ns usual The Plfth
ward has two jets of police doing duty
nnd the cltl7ens refuse to recognize the
nevvlj appointed olllcers. Heietoforo the
police weie' li lid fiom the s iloon n venue
nnd that falling on ncconnt of the en
foieenie lit of the prohibitory law. there are
no funds for the police dep irtnient. At
torney s have advised the disc hinged po
licemen to walk their m i uslonied belts
until the coininlssloniis pav them.
The police commissioners were in session
all dnj to-day ills, usslng the eniestlon of
the enforcement of the prohlhltoi v 1 iw
Thev ilemainleil a pledge of the chief of
police and his two assistants to use everv
me ins to enforce the 1 iw line of the as
sistants lefiised to give the pledge but
It Is iindei stood tint tile otbi l two did so
The", also dlsi-ussed the proposition ot oust
ing Police Judge ll.itton whose tilling
In the 1 ite liquor case against the Citizens'
Club did not satisfy the nttoinej gi ueral.
The' assist mt attoinev gi in r il has Indi
cated to the eommlssiniii r that he will
not bring any more cases until Police Judge
Hatton Is icinoved.
START THE BALL ROLLING.
Hie Niitloillil t.etgiio Culls on All Repub
lican Orginlz itions lo lict, Hi ad) r
it Short, Dec Nile e'ainp tlgll.
Chicago, 111, Aug 2') The Nitlotnl Re
publican Lt agin issued a pi ot lam ition to
nil state leagues to-dav, 1. igue clubs an I
the Republican paitv at large The pro, -Lunation
sajs that In v b w of 'he probable
shoi telling of the next pitsldinti.il cam
paign, It Is Impoitant that all work of or
gunlzitlmv shall lie siiuted nt once ami
pushed ill the most eneigetic manner.
It Is further stated that danger tbieatens
the republic from within, and It cltts what
It calls the lui-Aiut rlcan blundeis of the
pie'sent administration ns an Incentive to
active work on the part of the Republican
partj. The tloc iiment is signed by H A.
Mi Alpine, president of the National Ice -publican
CAN'T FOOL THIS T0PEKAN.
A Citizen of lint Itnrg silll He's Men
1 tiong li lo ( out lute 11 In i '1 li it ( tc tc -
laud Willil .1 I llllil 1 1 nil.
Topeka, Kis, Aug 20 - (Special ) To
peka Is a groat plan- in which to get ntws
nbout presidential candidates The week
Is consider, d a dull on.-. Indeed, wherein
at least one new candidate for piesideat
Is not brought fiom under cover. The
statesmen who make preside nis at Tope ka.
are mostlj of the Republican stamp, but
tin dullv Capital vailed tho monotony this
morning by discovering a Pi mm rat, who
luil Just leturiiid fiom ishingtou and
New Yolk, with the Infoi million th it
1 -resident t 'lev eland I- a candidate for ie
election Speaking of bis discovery, tills
new Topeka president m iktr said:
"People and nevvspnp.is m-lv s,,y what
they please, but I nil whollv satlstb d Hi it
Grovel Cleveland is a eniidlil.it- for a third
t. rm as ptesldint I saw enough tu mn
vli.ee mo bojond the slightest doubt lb it
Cleveland w ints to trv U again and un
less all signs fill be will si unnniinie
himself, and that within a few months,"
YACHT PILGRIM MISSING,
Twenty-llvo I'i nplit Wish on lloirel and tho
c se I Was Out lu it Vio
Potroit, Mich , Aug -a The steam yacht
Pilgilni, with tvvititj live piopl, abotrd, Is
reported missing, lt was out In a violent
storm on last evening 'I In J icht, with
twenty-tlvo people aboaid, left the cltynta
o'clock for a trip on Lake St Clair, At 3
o'clock a violent storm of wind and rain
broke over the like, and since then up to
an early hour this moiiiliirf. nothing his
been learned of the 5 pin's win n about.
It Is possible It innv be slit lie ltd lu some
sin ill iMiit on the lake, vv h. n It is impos
sible to notify fi If nds of tin lr stfety.
MR. TH0MPS0NJ0T A MEXICAN
I lin I'v-Casliler I roni Soil ilia II, i lares Ho
II, ik -Nut ti iiiiiui n ( Itlzeu of tho
SjiHIIIll 111 III public.
City of Mexico. Aug 20 J II Thomp
son, ex-eushler of the suspended Plrtt N.i.
tlonal bank, of Sedalli, Mo., upon having
his attention tullid to the specials sent
out from this cltj to the tffnt ihat ho
had taken out naturalUution papeis, in
t lie tepiibll of Mtxico, pionnuiieeil tlio
same a absiilutel false, never having
contemplattd such a step. He complains
of having botn iiilsrepiesenteil by his ene
mies, who have puisiltd him ever since
the f.illuie of the bank, ami have tele
graphed false reports concerning him,
ERMINE F0RMR, BISSELL.
;ho pi-1'ostiuuli r lienor l .May Succeed
tlio l.atet .Instill, duiKsou on the
Supreme Item b
Buffalo, N, Y Aug, 20. An evening pa
per declares that ex-Postmabter General
William Hlssell has been olfcicd by Presi
dent Cleveland the place on the United
States supreme court bench mado vacant
by tho death of Judge Jackson. The paper
adds that It U nut likely that Air. BUscll
Mr. Hlssell left Buffalo early this week
for Marlon, O , and Buzzard's Bay,
lllunliliig llouor lliltk Upon Illm.
Washington, Aug. 20. Postmaster Oen
erul Wilson has been notilled that he has
been elected an honorary member of the
Greenbrlar Hunting Club, of West Vir
gins, and has replied accepting the honor.
"iWl8aei2Jl8 Sl4i 1J UEESHM 0f W.Wl asre-
Ki.vse.st.ITV, Mo. Aug 3 !..
ni-iJ.lt ti- loo, for thr irnfAfr J U elir,'
ii.iltiirirt fnnjie-rt'iin-, roWei'tv trd
7e-mii-reil,tire Vi't'rclny -Minimum, , Miirf
in ii m, . I
(ioc? with every yard of "Gold
Medal" Dress Goods. If they arts
not perfectly satisfactory your
money will be refunded.
Could anything be fairer?
"Gold Medal" Dlitck DicsiGoods
are meant to beat nil other goods
on tho market nt the price. A3 Wo
saitl, they arc not meant to b,c cheap
in tlio sense that poor wools aro
ithcd in them. Tho best wool that
can be found in the world is used
Look for this tratlc mark
on every board.
Wo aro the exclusive retailers o
these fabrics in tins city.
These "Gold Medal" Black.
Goods are noted for their
Magnificence of finish,
Softness of texture,
Perfection of finish.
Last two elays of tlio Cleaning
Lrf Stie in the Hoys' Department.
Children's bints up to 15 years at
?j. 50, all taken from our regular
lines that have been selling at S.,
$5, ?G, ?7 and SS. High grades
only, and at a price that wu know
will interest you.
Men's Thin Coats at 39c each.
Men's Imhc Serge Coats and
Vests at S3. 50 for coat and vest.
Boys' Long Pant Suits, 15 to 19
vears, wortli Sio, $12 and $15, for
Last call on Boys' Straw Hats.
50c, 75c and Si qualities for 25c
?i.25 to $2.50 qualities for 50c
Don't forget the Boys Bluo
Denim Bib Overalls, with threes
pockets, patent clasps, suspender
backs, at 19c per pa;r. Only onu
pair to .1 customer.
Ladies' Canvas Bicycle Leggings
at ..Sc per pair; all simcs; worth Si
Boys' Department, 3d floor.
"The W01 Id Hon tit If til,"
"A Siildler of I'm tune,"
L T Mt.ulf
An I.xpi linn tit In Aliittlsm,
imilz.ibeth Hastings 73a
"Tin- Sim v of Lawrence Clartlie '
imilen ninety Kirk $1 0J
George Moore $1 20
The I Jest Three Hooks of the Year.
bj- Itlth.inl Harding; Pav is
"The Major of Custii bridge1,"
bj- Thonms llnrdj-
(author eit "Toss.")
(iood Novel.-, in Paper Covers.
(In Appkliin's Town and I'-iuntrv
".lean do Kerden"
"Ills Life's Magnet"
"Children of r'lrnimstanie"..
"George Madevllli's Jtusb.iul
in i.i.i'.m:. Miitiiir, r.vir.itv ,1 c 11.
REUNION CLOSED AT GARNETT.
A Vlost Pioliiiililii .session of Hi reti Days
bj tint Old Vol, ruis of Anderson
Garnett, Kas., Aug .0 (Special) Tho
tlilid and last diy ot the i-nllbi.s' reunion,
opened wttli a ells ippiiliitint nt, owing to
the absence, of the orator of the d u Hon.
C. II. Gruves, of Hmpoilii, who vv.i absent
on account of the sle kness of hit, age I
lather. Hut the loss of one m in could not
disturb t lies old soldlets and out went tlm
sterner order as lu dajs of b itile. -closei
up. bojB," line! thiy i losee up. The tlist
t xetdses of the morning was a rtniatipu,
"The Monitor and the MeiimiK ' lij p.
V Lambert. Tin n Hon. Jl. c Carmlilinel
and Hon im. II. l'unstoti occupied the tlnni
till ellniic r. After dinner Stirling uddicsst 1
wen- made lij N I. Bowman. Professor
L N. Jiidd. Colonel Cirr, Icoi I" L.
1 '.milis. Captain J G Ittese, Hon, W, (,
Knight, J P loung and many oiheis lu
neai ly all tin- addri'Sscs Hoke Smltli ninl
his pulsion pollcj it'oivtel tlim and proper
attention lute ispeisccl who patilottr sougy
and maitlal nuisl 1l1.it madu the old boj
wild with enthusiasm Alter the ad Iresse
all the old soldieis Jollied lu flilll
".Marching Tliiough Georgia." ami "Pin
God, Prom Whom All Blessings PIo
Then caiiiti the bciiedle Hon bj l!ev, O.J5
IIiowii und the, fourth annual leuuloj II
tho 1 x-soldlers unci sailors of Andd U
countj was at an end l5
In his iiildri'ss jesterday Mr. Pur w 1
Kansas Cltj-, delivered an eloquenui II U
gjilc cm the old soldier. Hit couch ,
lollows '"Hie obi Hag1 Head Its y,l lo.
Hung Into tlio bicc7P of Ami rlca di , , ,
n volution It waved ill S.natoga nlMl
vliiorlouslj at Yorktown, was r
veterans through Ltindj's Latts mauy
canoo and New Oilcans. It gi
lauiels ut Chlhaulmii and the C"Uora
co, but appeal 1 el lu gi cutest mercury
Appomatox. Tho soldleis oqulckly al
son and Vlcksburg. the he'
Poiinlson, Chattanooga and consult Dr. IL
biought together In union wild opinion ot t
VCtei.ins wlioso bat tin llagsd Integrity, No
lined with the vlctoiles oiulllllso.
Gettjsburg and murcheel mull lost, am
v.anla avenue, In the citjatiuens M. 1.1;
and were lev lowed bj
tho Pnlted States. fluary anilfl.
"It wus the mightiest merceucin seali
but tho horrors of xv-t,,.T,.b uiiuL iVrtZ
tanks. Wheio was Lj.;.'"1 ""' rui
McPherson and tho C.l!:,
lit uiikuown tombs frcHITllER,
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