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KANSAS CITY. SEPTKMUKR 28, 1895.- TWKLVK PAOKS.
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Journal, Sept. Eft
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Furniture, Carvels, Draperies
nnylhlny In household goods on
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ivir seen before.
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If you will. It Is rliit Inililc the
door and alves you the hcynote to
our whole slorcful.
spring Window similes lrtn
lligihul Comb Covers 8(1.7.1
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A. M. HUGHES,
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THE LAW MUST BE ENFORCED.
General Harrison Impresses lit Vlows
Clearly mi tlio lluty of incentive Ofll-
mrs IIIh Literary Work.
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 27. General Ben
jamin Harrison has expressed liimselt on
the enforcement of the U, which Is tlio
ohlof Issue in the municipal campaign. Ho
"The importance of an bonest, economical
buslne.s administration of city nffalts and
the nun enforcement of -all tho laws can
not be overstated. A city -o managed ut
ti.iotM business, and population. 1 believe
wo have- now these thlnK-s and th.it we
-liall continue them if Jlr. TruMcr (Itcpub-ln-an
candidate) Is elected major. Tlio
le't that u m.nor or chief of police Is at
liDcrly to penult tmv law or oidlmnoe to
1 . ioI ited Is moiihtroiih. We c!ioom 'ec
liiivo ollleer.t to onforce laws and not lo
iipenl or biispend them at their pleasure
It ! subversive of our s.stem and ileMiuct
lo ot social order and of the pisiee of our
communities to allow our executive of
li ei.s to ohooo what laws they will cn
toi e. It Is not at all a question whether
1 like the law or whether the olllcer like-
the liw. What oit of u condition of n-
Ifiy would we have if no man obeyed the
nw and no cillcer enforced It unlets ho
Mtod It? Such que&.tlni are for Wo IorIs
l.iture and the council. To Mini fault with
uil olllcer for enlurclnff the law lb to re
pudiate our tryu.m of Kcneuiment ami to
v ne against a L.mdldate hLcatibO he is
l.ledsed to enforoe the laws 1st to associate
ones If with the lawbreaker."
ik'iieral Harrison Ik dovotlntr lilmself
ilully to an Important torles ot literal y ar
n les, which he contracted for while In the
1 ist l.iM aprliiB. The work Is to tnko tho
hape of mafra-ilnes, which will liavo for
iheir aim the enlightenment of women up
on national qiithtloii, and kIvIhk them a
.leaier conception of government altairs
Its scope will be wide enotiKh to touih
upon all national iiuestlons of eeneral in
tere.t. It now appears that doneral Jlur-tl-on
ea-ve nil ot his time between deer
hunts whlln In the Adirondack to this
work, and he Is still busy and will be for
Kmo weeks, with his ?ireiaty. in KettlnK
the materials luady for u I'lilladelphla
jcoiiitr.o in a hi.i:i:ri:ii.
A Woman llnprlved f Her Viiluultlvs by u
Ohleaco. Sept. 27. An unusually bold rob
Ih ry occuned in a I'ullmun bKeper on the
Va.b.u.h limited us the, train was having
tho city for Detroit last nluht. A well
cliested man entered the I'ullmnn and,
.topplns at the lirat occupied berth, calmly
(limbed In, at tho hamo time ohoklng Into
t-ilenve Mrs. Cleorue Jl.ick, the occupant.
After securing tho well tilled pocketbook,
jnveliy and dollies of tho terrllled woman,
whoso husband sat In the smoking com.
partment, only a few feet away, the rob
ber attempted to Itave. .Mrs. .Mack clung
o him, how ever, and ho only escaped after
Knocking her senseless, (jo Jumped trom
tho moving train and nppaiently unlnjuied
escaped In tho darkness,
oii.mx'ts in i;M,i(iirri:Min:NT.
heuatnr Tom Slurlbi, of Virginia, Opponik
l'iiinnrlil Agltatbm In '1 hat Slate.
Itlehmond, A'a Sept, 27. Comment hero
on I'nlted States Senator Thomas S. Mar
tin's position In declining to say how ho
btanda on Iho sliver question has been In-tri-ased
by his speech nmdo last night be
fon the btato Democtatlo comrultteo ill
which ho advised against allowing any
t-uedkers outsiUlo of Virginia to come heie
nnd Inject agitation of tho cuirvncy ques
tion. Senator .Martin believes in ignoring
that Issue In the btato canvass, but dUpltu
Ills viong It la widely discussed.
A Ktviviilut Kliiginuu.
Kingman, ICns., Seiit, 27, (Spetlal.) Itev.
G, H. Sims, pastor of the First Christian
church, in Wichita, has Just closed a sue
cossful revival meeting here. About ilftjr
additions have been made to the church
and the numbers now feel equal to the
undertaking of erecting a house of wor
ship. Nine hundred dollars has already
been pledged and work will be statlc-d im
mediately. They hope to have tho build
ing ready for occupancy by the 1st of
JeiTerwm Crty, Mo.. Sept. 27.-(Special )
The follo.v1ns companies, have tiled state
ments of Increase of capital stock with the
recretury ot state: The Kansias City T r
mlnal Construction Company, of Kansas
t'lty, fiom JJuU.Ooj to J.OX),000; the Foil
Bcolt Uidraulic Cement Company, of Kau
Ejj City, from 10,OW to JlQO.OuO.
A DOZEN SERIOUSLY HURT,
llnllrond Arrlilrnt In Hnt X trelnlit CnnfM
Injurlr tn twelve IVnplr, Iticltldlnc
Grafton, W. Vn.. Sept. 27. t-ant nlRht n
few nilimlrs nfter ll o'clock qullo n eerlous
accident occurred nt Tunnclton, n Haiti
more & Ohio station, tvvelvo miles east ot
lniciRir train No. 1 west find tho first
set Hon ot No. t ertRl wero to meet nl this
liolnt. The station is nt tho Mat end of
the big tunnel, thronc-h which there Is
but one track Tho trains are tenulrcd to
Blow up at elllur end and nwnlt elgnnl
before p.ilngr onto tho slmtle track,
Train No. 1 nppriMi lint the Rlallnn while
the first section of No 4 was at the plat
form taking on p isettpers. Tho engineer
claims to halo mlMnken n lgiiiil, nnl
without stopping bin train, to ufc a rail
rond term "fldewiped" No, I. ovei turn
ing two pnHengt'f ttuches and striking the
fleeplng ear In front. The steam cooks of
the colliding engines were knocked olt
nnd n number of the passengers were In
Jiii"ed, wmo fevorcly ntid others only
Kollowlng l tho list of Injured: O. It.
Hurt, Clarksburg. W, Vn., toes nmshetl:
William lteere, Rillnn, Kas., right knee
brulsid nnd foot scalded: Mips Carrie llo
lmrt, Philadelphia. left leg injured: Miss
Allle I.. Tnv lor, lllklns, W, Va left hand
lacenitel, side, neck nnd head .scalded)
Henry Thomas, Ualtlmore, Md.. right himl
cut! W. A, Ohley, Chnrlesion, W. Vt., face
and hands scalded nnd cut In the foreheads
A. D. Gardiner, Wheeling, W Vn , hands
nnd face badly r tided: Miss Mary I.
Dnvvntnln, Charleston. W. Vn., face atnl
hiintls sraldetl and left knee Injured; H. O.
l'orler, South Tancastcr, Mass., hnnd.s anil
wrist cut; Man i:vnti, l'arons, las cut
on nose; heo nlcy. Charleston, Mo., cut
find brulcd, Mr.. Nell J. I'ortney, King
Wood, W Vn , baillv scalded nbout the
face, upper pirt of the btxlv and hnnds.
Owing to the Rlnillarlty of the names,
the name of Secretary Olney was nt llrst
Fcut out ns Injured. It was V. O. Ohley,
of Charleston, nnd not the secretary of
MRS. LEASE IN MISSOURI.
Slio Holds I'ortli ti Couple r Times In Mex
ico ntut Denounces I rr) body liirppt
Mary Dll? itn lb.
Mexico, Mo., Sept. 27. (Special.) Mrs.
Mnrj- U. Ivense, the Populist orator of
Knns.aa, upoke hero this nfternooti nnd
evening on "Iind. Transportation nnd
Finance." During her address she
roasted Champ Clink, ex-congressman
from thl-s illstilct, and .lerry Simpson.
She eald tho former was a Populist los
ing oh n. Democrat and the latter a
Democrat poslnjr as a Populist. She
vituperated her own party In Kansas
nnd wanted to see It destroyed root and
brunch. Mrs. Lease said she believed the
Democratic party would nominate Cleve
land nnd tho Republicans Him Iron, nnd
that the latter would be elected. Continuing-,
she said- "The polltlcnl krraves
who are cilllng themselves Populists In
Kansas lnivo sold their birthright for a
mess of pottage." Ah to the problems
before the country for settlement she
said if the Republican party would solve
tlie.nl idle would say with all lionest
people "God speed." If It fulled nothing;
could bo expected from the Democratic
party ftnd a now party would be In
evitable. OLD SOLDIERSJN KANSAS.
Adjutant (irucral Harrison S.is 1 born Are
Only .S.I.OIK). anil About 17,011(1
. A. K. .Members.
Topeka, ICas., Sept 27. (Special.) "Heie,
Mr. Journal Itepoiter," gootl naturediy
hailed Adjutant General Harrison, of the
Kansas G. A. It., as the newsgathcrer
passed his olllce In the Ftate house this
morning, "I seo thnt Hon W. II Young, ot
Pomerov, has written n letter to the Knn.
sas City Journal In which he tnys there
aie 114,010 old soldiers In Kansas. I am
sorry to sny that Mi. Young Is bndlv off
)n his llgilres. I wish thete were 114 Oh) old
soldiers In Kansas and another llHXW on
lop of that, but thete K no such number.
From the best repoits this department lb
able to gather theie are now in Kansas
about Ku.OOi) c-soldler.s of the lebellinn
The figures which Mr. Young quotes hs
being gathered in 19 are or no ue now.
Many have dltd nnd manv U ft the slnte
Hlnco then. You were eonect In saving
that Kansas hail onlv about 17,'t") Cirninl
Army iiipii on the mils. A census Is now
being compiled In the olllco of the -.eert-tnry
of ngrleiilture whlih will show every
old soldier In the state -jtid when 1 Is
completed you will llnd that S0it is abuut
the llguie. Just got back from the Sul'tic
reunion, while we had n iov.il old time"
Aititi:sri:i nut imivudation.
l'red lloiillla. of Kiin-as Clt-, lets Into
'1 rouble nt (intbrle,
Guthrie, O. T, Sept. 27. (Special) b"ied
G. Honllls, who has been doing an exten
sive lolteiy business In Kansis City ami
New Orleans under tho name of I,. J.
Winn & Co, was m rested heie to-da for
intimidation and extoitlou.
Some months ago II. I. Cohen, elolhier,
rented a stole loom of HonllK who ugietd
that he should have it nt a ceitain time,
but failed to give possession until a month
later. Cohen claimed damages by the de
lay and lefttsed to pay any rent until mat.
tors HOio adjusted. Yusltid.iy afternoon
ItonllN met Cohen on the street and in
vited him Into 111" Capital National hank
to talk mutters over,. Once In the loom.
Houllls, It Is alleged, produi ed a elns.lt tor
jj(l and demanded that Cohen sign It Ho
denmneil nnd attempted to leave, when
itonllls seized him, foieed li 1 in Into n ehtilr,
and by tin eats compelled him to slsn thu
paper, nnd then detained him mull he
sent the check to thu bank ami got It
cashed. The healing occupied most of the
da, and the lawyers will utguo tho ease
soldi i;itv KiaiNio.v at m:vaa. sio.
Muyor Davis mid Colonel Mono mid Others
Addressed l.trgn Atiillenees 1 here.
Nevada, Mo., Sept. 27. (Special ) The sec.
ond day's encampment of the old soldiers
of Vet non county was latgely attended.
I.ako park is dotted with tents nnd Old
filmy Moats from nil tho buildings. Tho
spenkeis to-day weio Mayor Davis and
Colonel Stone, of Kansas City: Malor Hen.
ry, editor of tho Western Veteran, Ma) or
Moragn, of Sedulia, and Captain l.aiuli. of
Jlutler, Mo. At night, Congressman Hur
ton fcpolte for two bonis to one of the laig-
tst auuieuc'is ever assc-moieu in jiko pant.
A ciiniDllto w.is held, in which manv ex.
Confederates joined, Large delegations uie
expected in on tun eariy trains nam .nip.
II n nnd 1'le.tsant Hill. Mo., over the Mis
souri Paellle, nnd trom Parsons, Kas,, via
the Missouri, Kansas & Texas.
'In Develops the Oil llelils.
Independence. Kas., Sept. 27. (Special)
The Farmers' Mutual Ga and Oil Company
lias been organised herewith Daniel CUne,
piesldcnt: T. S. Salatlilll, vice piesldent,
and I.ln Wheeler, secretary and treasurer.
Thu object Is to aid In the development of
the gas nnd oil underl)liig this section.
The capital stock Is $l,0u0.0i)u and the com
pany pi opuses to Issue paid up shares, val
ued at II" for each acre leased, The leases
are to be held as common propctty of the
lompnny, and It has assurances that when
10),000 ucies are leased developments will
be begun by un Kan tern syndicate. The
profits aio to tie divided equally per shaie,
thus assuring every farmer a partlcliutlon
lu the prollts, whether the wells are on
their lauds or not, A gieat deal of the
land In this section Is now covered with
leases, and as last yeat'a developments
tvein entirely satisfactory, Pastern tepre
senlatlves are now out here trying to se.
cine more leases, hut the home companies
are generally given the preference by Hie
farmers. It will no( be long befiWR the
vnluo and extent ot the Southern Kansas
all fields vvll be known.
'lite tailing Gold Unserve.
Washington. Sept. 21 The treasury to
day lost Jl.DOO.oi") in golu, for export to
Hurope. which leaves the true amount of
gold itservo !)2.7(S,0i7,
CAfTAIN lMt.DWIN ItATINO TI)lllt,l
M1TH tiii:m AT ANADAUKO.
THEY INSIST ON SAVAGE RITES.
riiKi'AitiMi nm nir.itt tuti:.T an
miai. mcdicim; danci:.
THE AGENT WILL PREVENT IT.
UK rAi.i.s iii'hn mi: wak ihipaui-
MKNT lOlt 1lt(IOIS TO AID HIM.
The Coiniiiniiilnnt Bt tort fill Onlerril tn
Hipp!) All the soldi) rs Agent Dubi
nin ritL In suppress tlmOigln
An t'glv I eellng Among
the Keil Men.
Wit hilt, K.us., Sept. 27.-(SpeelnI.) A tel
egritn relvisl here to-night from 131
Itcno, O. T, stating that Ciptiln Ilaldwln,
of the Anodaiko Indian agency had nrlted
tho war department for etroopa to prcvcnl
the Indian medicine dances billed to tako
place at bis ngeney the first of next week,
sind that thn secretary ot war Ins ordered
tho commandant at Port Sill to supply all
the troops Captain Ilaldwln wants. Capt
ain Ilaldwln occupies the name attitude
ton arils the proposed dince that Governor
Culberson occupies with reference lo the
Corbett-Pltzslnimons irrlro light. When tho
Klowns gave out that they wcro going to
dinco Captain Ilaldwln objected, and tlio
result tviis defiance by the Klow.is. Capt
ain Ilaldwln did not think that the Indians
would disobey him until within the Inst
few days, when hundreds of them began to
concentrate near the agency with thi Ir
paint and feathers. He again told them
that they could not dance, and ognjn the
Indians insisted that they would. This Is
what paused him to ask for troops. It s
tlio policy of the ngencv to wipe out tho
savage customs of the Indians, ami ee
ei.illv the medicine war nnd ghost dunces.
It seems that nil the pi ogress during the
year among the Indians Is lost during these
dances, nnd the ofllcers claim that eflorts
at civilization are tn .iin so long ns the
Indians nre nliowed to revive their savage
customs annually. Another objection is tho
deplorable immorality tint prevails among
the young Indians during thee festivities.
These dances aro very demoralizing, espe
cially among the Klowns, and they tin n
the entire ) ear's efforts of the schools nnd
missionaries up-slde-dovvn In a tew ilajs
Captain Ilaldwln knows this and does not
want them to continue. It is said that the
Indians are working up a war feeling, but
Captain Ilildwln will be lead) for I hi in
with plenty of troops on the scene and a
good reserve at Port Keno that can reach
Anadarko in twenty-four hours or Ies3.
APPLE CARNIVAL IN IOWA.
A Novel Celrbr.ttlnn at Glonunod Attracts
mi Immense Crowd Appleii tn 'throw
nl the IllnU.
Ited Oak. la , Sept 27 Probably the llrst
apple carnival ever held lu Iowa or the
Western staten atti acted an Immense crowd
to Glen wood to-day The city was pro
fusely decorated with fruits and grassi s,
and npples of everv variety and color wcie
made into every com elv able foim, trom l
Goddess of Liberty to a hugh map of .Mills
county, i:erclse weie held In the court
hoiis- "quale, addresses being made by
Judge Deemer, of the supreme court. Judge
Powner, of Coining, ex-Attorney General
Stone and others M-iny other distinguished
gentlemen weie piesent. Including Iturllng
lou road olllceis. The carnival w is a won
derful success ami will piobibly be fol
lowed by otheis, with the end of making to
a greater cxtmt than ever Southwestern
Iowa the banner apple producing country
of the world
A di plorable accident ni.ureil the festivi
ties of the day, D. P. Heed, of Mine Springs,
Neb, seirftnry of the Nebinska Ilortl
cultui il Soeietv hilng inn down by the
fast mall and killed Mi Ibed mine to thn
cits b special Invitation as one of the
i;ki:ai muici: or toiiacuo iitntNr.D.
.Nearly 'Ihrcn Tlionsinil Ilngbenlii I)o
Ktioyi.l li) J'lro ut I Iim Inniitl.
Cincinnill. O., Sept. 27. At S o'clock to
night the Commcico stieet end of ouo of
tho storage houses of tho Cincinnati Leaf
Tobacco Cnmp.ni), between lt.u e mid Vine
slieets, was found to bo on lit c. A call
biougbt thill) on engines lo Glu scene. The
building was lulik, four stories high, seventy-live
l.et wide nnd 171 teet deep, flout
Second to Commeieo stieet. Two thousand
seven bundled nnd seventy-Ilvo hogsheads
of toh.il! vvi'ie stoied lu it by autu.il
count made to-day.
Tho average contents of a hogshead Is
1.3U.I pounds. At u veiy low pi Ice tho to
bacco stored In Ibis viaichouso Is win 111
KVAOcO. Tho building Is veiy old, and has
Im'mi water-logged by numerous Hoods. Its
valuo as n souico of rental income was
nbout ir,0,W). lloth building nnd tobacco
are n total loss of pot less than $:O0U).
The building belongs to tho Mudgo heirs;
insurance not known. The habit of tho
Cincinnati Leaf Tobacco Waiehnuse Com.
pauy Is to lusuio tully ns possible, other
wise nothing is obtainable at piescut of
tho Insurnmu on tho tobacco.
I'UlilO.N I.V KANSAS.
Democrats unit 1'opiilUtH l!nvo Combined lu
Si ventren Counties.
Topeka. Kas., Sept. 27. Setietary It, If,
Semple, of the Populist state ceuttal coin.
mltteo, has Information that of tho county
conventions already held lu Kansas, thcro
has been a fusion between Populists nnd
Democrats in seventeen counties. In four
counties them has been n combination be.
tvveen tho Demnciiits and Itepubllcins, nnd
lu Seward county tho ltepubllcnns and
Democrats held a joint count) convention.
Korao of the counly conventions will bo
held as late as October .'.
Kniisns I ireineii in sfwidoii.
Junction City, Kas., Sept. 27.- (Special,)
Thu annual meeting of the Kansas Volun
teer Fli emeu's Association was held bo o
last night and this forenoon. Forty dele
gates were present. Tho by-laws weie ic
vlsed and a iesoutlon passed asking for
the appioprlatlon for the use of tho asso
ciation ot tho insurance fund ot $1.1,(00 In
the stuto treasury uecrnlng fiom u '.' per
cunt tax Imposed upon non-ri'sldent in.
siiranco companies for tho bonelit of dis
abled ilremen. Tho new olllceis aie: Chief,
J. P. Cndden, Heloit: llrst vice president,
PIdcr, of Ottawa; second vice president,
H. II, Zeigler, Junction City; seetetar), F.
W. Langdon, Junction City; treasurer. W.
S. Collins. Solomon. Kxecutlvo committee:
Crowe, of MePherson; It. W. Jones. Cliy
Center, and C. It, Cialg, Gaiden. City. A
state tournament will be held next year,
Cbl.l.r I, I one SpeuUi.
Wushlnirtoii, Sept, 27 (Special.) Itepre.
tentative Long, of Kansas, spoke to-night
to the itepubllcun League of tho District
mid explained that no one could be tound
In thu West to defend any part of the ad
ministration, much less the administration
as a whole. Mr. Ions regrets that he will
not be ablo to attend tho old soldiers' re
union at Garden City next week, as he had
expected, Delay lu business matters here
will interfere with his former agreement.
bold the llodles uT Dead Calient..
St, Louis, Sept. Zl An afternoon paper
euys; Mub'Sle Dulion, tut tenant lrl
thief, has made n statement to the police
roncernlnit the recent management ot the
female hospital, tho detail- or whMi nro
en shocking ns to be almost Itn tulllilc.
The girl gives the names of four of the nt
tnches of the bofpllal nt the time Dr.
H M. Kcrlcy wns superlntt hdeiit and ac
cuses them of having made a pracllee of
selling the bodies of jmtlctita who died lu
tho Institution. Collins llllcd with bricks,
she says, were pnllned oft on Ihe mill who
burled the riend, nnd the lmdles were
shipped nvtay from tho city to various
MR, INGALLS TALKSAT SAUNA.
I be Distinguished I x-Srniitiir Address the
Obi Soldiers no Pollllis nnd 1 limine
Snllna, Kas., Sept. 27.-(Speelal.) Another
large crowd wan present nt the reunion to
day. The ladles of the G. A. It. had elnige
of Ihe exercises this mot nine, nfter vvhUh
lion. A. W. Smith, ot MePherson. spoke
ot life In Andersonvllle ptlson. This aft
ernoon, Lleutinnnt Governor Pelt, of the
Atchison Champion, presbbd. Judge . I. V.
lleekmun, of Wlnlleld, delivered mi nd
dress, and at 3.30 ex-Senator Ingnlls ur
llved The chntrman Immediately Inlm
duced lr. Ingalls, who began hl nieech
by sa)lng that ho was unwotthy tho eulo
gies which Governor Felt had pronounced
iipm him, and expressed his nppreel itlon
of the lompllinent paid him b tho n
seiublage ot so large an audience. Ho
depr. mted the Idea which his been ad
vanced thill tbcie should In no polities ut
Grand Army leunlons, but piolested
against bringing questions of conscience
and religion lo the billot box. Mr. lug.ill.i
made sanastlo lem.nks lonceinlnK the
Inst congiess, and spoke of the nllef felt
bv the country upon Its adjournment. "I
buve heni 1," said he, "thnt there were
IKilltlcal freaks In the lust could ss who
would have ornamented the walls of a
dime museum Hut it there were sin-h
freaks there. It was not the fault of the
fi.aks so much ns of the otln r freaks
who sent them there" lie referi-ed to
the present method of choosing Fulled
Statis t-vn.ltois US obsolete, nntlquatid,
i lumsv and unneoossat), and ilcilaml lu
favoi of choosing th'UI bv n dliecl vote of
tho people, and also lu favor of abolish,
lug the electoral college, and electing pies
ldent nud vice pnslibnt In the same man
ner. He denounced the present Immigra
tion laws, which allon I lie i-onvlcts of
Ihnope to conio Into this country nnd
breed ,'iuarchv and dlsiontint, and said
befoie a foiclgncr I allowed lo embark
for America, he should have credentials
fiom a proper olllcer, stating that be Is
not ii criminal and Is suitable to become
a citizen of the United Stitis Ho lefeired
to the i lots In Chicago n )i.ir ago, de
flailiig It was till) foielgneis fiom tho
Mums who made the trouble, while nil
olllci r In a fedei.il eotnt two blocks nw iv
was making United States vutcnt of them
nt the rate of one iverv live minutes.
"What Is the use," he asked, "of having
a tat lit on manufactured goods, and free
trade In men?" In regard to the financial
question, .Mr. Ingalls d.ciaied unequlvoe
nljy for bimetallism. "I voted for the
Sherman tut when It was passed, and had
I been In the senate In lsrit. I would not
have voted for Its lepi il. unless I had n
eelvoil some sntlsf.u torv equivalent. I
um a blmetalllst. pine and simple, with
out substitute or enii'voi atlon. 1 know
that everv silver ijolfi r Is a good as any
gold dollar, and I rep. I ns i aliimnlotis nnv
ehutge that I am not In favor of sound
niotii). There are muii. men In K msiis
who nre denouncing blmetulllsts, who, If
tiny bud slid u year nc.o what the) aie
ea)lng to-dny, would not be while they
are now And I fnrlh r believe that nil
this talk about intiui.nlon.il agreements
Is simple- a device xt those opposed to bi
metallism " in closing, he made an ap
peal for a revival of Aniertianlsm, and
said all these questions would be settled,
not bv dtstructloii nnd overthrow, but b)
the exeiclse of political and civil dullis
by every citizen.
MEXICAN CATTLE MAY COME IN.
Secretary Jlfortoii MAe. nn Oriler for Their
Ailiiilsriloti to that I'lilted Mntis On
Hint Aflrr October 'iU.
Washington, Sept, 27. Secretary Mu
tim has issued an older directing- that
tnim nnd after Ot tober 2w, n.xt, cattle
may be admitt-d into the t'nilod Stall",
li mil Mexico tor grazing nnd immediate
slaughter thiough the jiorts of San
Diegi, Nogales, HI Paso, Hagle Pass,
HiMVMi.sville ind the sub-pot 1 of L.trnlo.
The admission of these cattle is i-i-mitteil
HUbJict id inspection bv in
sipectorsv of the buic-au nf animal In
diisti), and no e.itlle will be admitted
which aie utfeoted with or which have
been exsscl to the eontaginn of nnv
disease liable to be disseminated among
tlio diuiifhtic animals in the United
Stntosj. The- importer must ptoduce evi
dence satlsf.ictui) 'to the Inspector that
his- cattle let. 1 not been on posed to con
tagion dtiiiiur a peiinii of ninety du.vs
pievlons to the Impoitutlun
Cattle imports Into 'tho district of the
United States known n,s the Texts, or
splcMietii'. fever district will be subjei ti d
to all figuliitloiis appl)ing to the native
cattle of tli.it district. C.ittle Impoitod
Into other .set tionn of the United Slatis
previous to Decemboi- 1, IS!)"., must have
been held for tbieu motilhs in the ele
vated districts fiee from Texas', or splen
etic, fever infection of the states of
Sonora and Chihuahua, and will bo sub
Jict to the laws nnd rules and icgiila
llon.s of tho Mates and tenltorles Into
whlcli tliey nro taken and also sublect to
such regulations of the ngrieultiiie de
partment ns may at times be made
The formal entty of the cattle and the
application for Inspection imisl bo made
at tlio places mentioned In this order.
Tho c.ittlo tvlll he allowed to noss tlio
boundary at such points) n.s may bo
agreed upon by the collector of customs
of the iilsttlet and Inspector of the agri
cultural depaitmeiit as pioper and con
venient for Inspection.
MR. MORSS NOT AMBITIOUS.
ConMil-licncr il tn I'm Is Says He Does Not
Want to Mippl mt Aiuliissiidor 1 us.
tls'lho Waller t use.
Indianapolis Ind., Sept. 27 Samuel U
Morss, consul gmerul to Pails, in rived
homo to-day. He said that he had not been
to Washington, Giay Gables or Sectetaiy
Olue)'s summer home, as has been re
ported, 1I baa been n or ubout Nuv
Yoik city all of tho tlmo slm o his nrilval
in tlio United Statis, September 7. He will
sail for Paris, October 1-', ntler visiting his
mother, now bo vein old, in Kunsas City.
Mr. .Morss was asked about the stoiles
which have been In iliculaiion to the olfiet
that ho had been called homo foi i onsulla
tlon In the Waller ease, ami that hn had
been scheming to supplant cx.Seu.itpr Hus
tls us ambassador t" Pans. "All these
Stoiits," ho said, "aio silly fabib atlons,
and utteily without inundation. 1 came
home under leave of nbseiiee fiom tho stuto
ilcp.u tint lit to attind to tin pilv-itu liu-l.
noss ivldeli has detained un in New oik.
1 have not the slightest ambition In suc
iced Ambassador Lustis. 1 don't think ho
inntcmpluti's leslgnlng. and am veiy suio
Ids iccall hiiH nevir been louildercd. lu is
an able, dignified and popular representa
tive of the I'nlted Slates, and has made a
leeonl In the Waller laso. nnd all oilier
matteis, In every way udmiiublo and tied
liable." MRS. GENERAL CROOK BURIED.
Ilcr ltcio.iliu l.ild lo Itfii li) Her DUtlu-giii-lu-il
lliisl.aod nt Arlington.
Washington, Sept 27.-Mrs. Dally Crook
tho widow of tho l.tto General Ctook, was
burhsl nt Arlington beside her husbmd
to-day. Funeral set vices weie conducted
at Ouklund, Md , )estetday, Tho tcmalns
wara met at the Haltlmoie & Ohio railway
station b) the pallbearers, Secretary of
Agriculture Stirling P. Morton, U neral
M It. Morgan Genera! T. II. Stunton.
Colonel 11 C I orbtn, Colonel c. It. Si lio
lleid, -Mr. Willi un Crook, .Mr. John J Wag
goman. LI uunuil W. V. Kcnnon, Lieu
tenant l.ucivii Young and Mr. Logan Car
lisle. Theie vvero also piesent Geniral
liatelulder, quartermaster I'nlted Slates
army; General Williams, Major Charles
Porter, General Stanley, governor of thu
Soldleis' noun, who was a classmato ot
General Cro. k it West Point; Geneial H. V,
l!i-)ntoi. Senator Gorman, Ju.li.u J.ro
Wilson, and a delegutlou ftoni the Loyal
Legion. Tho remains were iuteited with
the burial rites ufv the Uplscopal church.
Tho only relative present was the sister
ot .Mis, Cicvk, Mra. l'timiie VMi. itvud.
AN OCEAN OF FLAME.
uiti:.T pitAiitti: run: di:v asiati.sg
nit: L'in:itoii:i. siuip.
GRAND AND TERRIBLE SCENE,
iirtn: rinitv ttn.tows winiti, ai.ono
Mlttt AW I (tl. sm.i.D,
NUMBERS OF HOUSES BURNED,
i:.M'in:s and iniMiiti.Ds or caih.i
i niti:, i i.m:i) wttii di.si ittict ion.
1 be t'lre Originated south of Kiowa nnd
Is spreading Along n I till Mlln tour.e
Willi I'rlghirul Itii.l.lltj-s.irrsl
lloinesteniter ltiirned Out
Klovvn, Ka.t, Sept. 27. (Special. A
terrible pr.iltlc llio Ih raging to-night In
tho ttwteiii portion of the Cherokee
Snip and Hvvccplnp; every thliic; before II
in its rostlnsa in-ogruss. A high wind
Is blowing1 and tho toar of the leaping
llame.s can bo heard for miles. Tho
scene is appalling in Um extreme, us the
fiery billows whit I ulntig devouring
cvci-ytliliu; in their path. Tho lire
started south of ihl place and It was
hoped that vvhoii tlio Hack of the
Southern Kansas railroad was reached
It would check Its coutse, but the
ll.imca leaped over tho track llko
a whirlwind and aio now tcatlns along
with nothing for J00 mile to stop tiiem.
A number of farmers' houses have
been burned, besides Innumerable hay
stacl.n. Three houses near Alva also
burned with all their contents. Thoie
nre a number of ranches In the path of
the Hie Mocked with hundreds of cattle,
and the loss Is bound lo be cimrinntiB un
less the progress of the lite cm be
st.-i)ed, which now looks impossible.
THE HUDSON-SNOW COMBINE.
An Abstract or the '1 ,.,U,ov (;U,,n , l(
the .Major .ui.l Ills v ,. ,,f tile
Topeka. Kas , s'ept, 2; -(Special.) To a
repot ter for the Journal to-day .Major J
K. Hudson slid that while It Is tine that
be had swoin before the refctee In the
Hamilton-Snow case that he and Hd II.
Snow had enteied Into an agreement to
help eaih othu dining the last session of
the legislature, the bold siiileinent of this
bin' an iJijusW. " Pn,''"' to uo
The lestlmoti) whlcli Major Hudson gave
this Week before the refeiee would cover
tvv cut) -four Upewiltten pages. It ma) be
.summed up in a few words as follows:
Snow, the Populut state prlnlir. had n .le
Iciencv ipilntlng Ull 01 about vinoo. The
Krpiibllian house had before It a bill vvlib h
cut the in e.. of state pi in ting about 20 per
icnt and Ibis bill M.ijoi Iliidsxii was viiv
anxious to di-feat. So a combination was
effected between Hudson and Snow. ea. h
to hilp the other. The negotiations were
directly between Hudson and Joseph I.
Sli.npe, the latiei being teiogtiized bv
everjlimlv as Snow's pollll al m.inagei.
In addition to inanlpiilalinu the Populist
senate so that It would kill the economy
pi luting bill. Snow, through Shatpe. also
agieed lo leave the state print) rshlp 10
Major Hudson uncontested Tin so things
Major Hudson svvoie to pdnttiUv.
The combination worked veiv sui ci-ss-fullv.
The Itepubllean bouse passed Snow's
deficient y bill foi Jmi.oho and the Populist
sriiiile killed the Itepubllean bill Hitting
down the minting 20 per if nt. which hud
p iseil the house. In only one p-irtleiilnr
did Snow show had filth and that was In
now contesting for the pilnti Iship.
While Major Hudson admits be swore to
all of this, ,,. ni0 Justifies his ,11 lion In
making the combination with Snow. The
Jt.o,i)e0 delli-lene.v bill, w lib li was passetl In
Snow's lutei ests, vi as a jiiHt ineasine, be
siivs, and had been prnpeily allied under
the law b Snow. Then- was great .Lin
ger of a dendloik between the two houses
over appropilatlon bills. The Populist sen
ate was threat! nlng all sous 01 things if
Snow's bill was not allow ed nnd, being a
Just one, Ihe mnlor admits be worked lor
It As to the bill cutting down the pi Ice
of pi luting, whlih tin Snow Inllncm e
Killed In the senate, the malor s.is Hint
was an imiiist bill, ought lo have In en
killed, and he teils blaimlibs for doing a
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Jltlli- tmiiiivti. nun ill ins ii.wi ii iiiiii
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son swoie was made. Iles.ivs Hudson has
now told the hlor) lo Injuie his nputnllon.
Whether or not Sharpe hud authority to
l.ln.l Snow Is not teiti'iilv I now n. but
ev.ivbidv about the last s sslon of Ihi
legislatiue lonKe I upon him 11s Snow's
ni.in.ig, r "'id If Is an opi 11 s, ,-rei that
Snow's lobby In the senate defeited Ihe
bill cutting down tho pibo of pi lining.
AMERICAN BANK FOR CHINA.
Consul Geneinl .Tcinlgui Strongly Keronu
mends the INt iblislu it of sm., ,,,,
InstUiillon In the llowery Kbigiloiii.
Wabhington. Sept 27. The establishment
of .in Amiilean bank at Shanghai. China,
Is stiongl) urged by Consul General Jeini
gnn In a leport to the stalo deputiintil.
Ho sa)s such an Institution would ivideine
the peiiuancniy of A merle tn lnteiet in
China and would aid lu 1 nlatgliig the
I'nlted Slates trade there. At present tho
tnulo betwcui China ami the t'nited Stalls
Is plld for In Illltish exchange. Mr. Jer
lilg.in ni)s this would lu 1 lunged by thn
establishment of an Aim lit an bank and
1h.1t tin iniirpiisii would piovo ver) prof
itable. He ailds that this and the shipment
of ui.iuufai lured unions 10 China Mioull
stimulate American pitrlotlm, as woll a.s
business euli 1 prine. Aflei coiniarinrf the
coiuineice of Kurope and Auieilca In Chin 1.
the consul general aks: "Why should not
Amei leans dominate tho conumrco of Asian
Ian Is and seas''"
lie adds that as the United States holds
about on '-half as much of the w 01 Id's
banking power as ull Ihiiopo comblm I.
there is uviry reason why the hii-ln. -.
men of tho United States, by well illnftei
elfoit, should seciiie binklug supiemacy tn
Tho expansion of the cotiofi Industry In
China Is lefeired to by Mr Jernlgm. He
says It Is tlio llrst practical lealUatlon of
what Japan acomplished lu opining China
to foiclgu machlucr). and lie gives Jap 111
the iredlt tor "ueeompliMiIng more for
Ablatio civilization than .1 century of Hu.
lopean diplomacy and arms."
Foreign cotton machinery has already
been admitted and J. spinning mill of 20,iO
spindles U alout lo open. Theie is, he
sa)s, plenty of locally frown ruw cotton,
cheap labor nnd a wide market for coarse
grides of cotton.
Two other cotton mills aro about to be
built, the lirger one, having to.uoo splndlrs,
being under American man igement. The
consul general estimates thut a 17 per cent
dividend will be made by the Ameilcau
company. He states that the prospects aro
that nlno large milts will be in operation
soon, with a capacity of 2&,OoO spindles,
A Iti'iilv.r Asketl lor.
St. Louis, Sept. 27. Slate Treasurer Lon
V. Stephens applied in the circuit court to
day for a receiver for the Ft ei less llulld
lug und Loan Assocl itlon. alleging tl;.t
the concern ie bankrupt. Tits matter was
wes.DUa w Ju'Jge itusstll lu ciidrntieta
I.) t"Hicv (icnenl It. P Walker, nnd
1 xl Tni'd.i) w.is st r, r the buirlnir
In Ihe miiititiliip C II Siwv-r the e ti -
tntv of the nssoilnllnn. l 1 nlolin .1 fiouu
. itrvlng on tin business or dlMmgltig or
the books and pipers.
TILLMAN SAWJHE BLUNDER,
the South I'liinllnii Si-iiitnr Oppo.i Aid
fllll's Itesiltllllllll to Prevent the ItlillU
I rum Holding Olllie.
Columbia, S C, Sept. 27 -A senssllolinl
debnte was bud to-nlitht In Ihe consinu
tloniil eoiivelitleii ovir a measure propos.-1
by Colonel Hubert Aldrbb, of Hnrinvill.
thnt In nil elections rr ineinlKis of the
leRlsliltuie only while cltlsens should be
eligible. He luiule un mgumeiil to show
that while Ihe Fourteenth and Firt-inth
Bltl'lldinelils to the t nlte.l Slates constitu
tion confeired the tlr-ht of iitifeiislili and
stiff NiBe upon the negro, it did not tourer
upon him the ilRht lo bold olllie fteiuitor
Tlllmiiu led the tight ngiilpst the measure,
nnd snld that It would be both foolish slid
Miotic to do such n flung A motion was
made to postpone th discussion until to
morrow, inn Senator Tlllmnti Jumped tn
bis r. t un.) loudly eviinlmesl "No. do
not let It Ro In the vvoi Id thnt wo even look
time lo cons I h 1 stub to tiling. We nre
now Ir.vliig to devise n law to lelalti white
iMprcmiiu)." he said, "and for God's saki
ilon'l let us do oti) tiling so Idlotb UK to
Jtepaidlite what vvv mnv mcompllsh. Ihe
supremo court would mver snnctlon sm It
a thliiK, nor would Ihe sentiment ot the
countrv countenance II " ...
Aldrlch tniinled Tillman with being iifiuld
that the United Stales nun) would be t. nt
again to Sonlb Ciitollmi, nnd said he hnd
stood 1 efore It nine, nnd was not aflal I
Tlllmnti replied "I am not nfintd, colon. I,
but I am tioi a fool " ...
A vote was ilnall) taken, and resulted In
the defeat of the Aldileh ineasine b 10
WRECKED BY A MULE.
sorbins Aieldeut on tlio s(, 1 mil", lee.ililllt
A Nortbwi-stern Near ( hirlllle,
.Itn : en 1'iopte liljltnil.
ClaiKsvllIe, Mo., Sept. 27 Tile north
bound passenger tuiln on the ill Louis,
Keokuk .V Notthwestcrn road strm-l: 11
mule ut the switch ut Amiaila, eight mlb s
south of this place, this evuilng. Tho
engine and tender nnd all the cats weie
dcinlled nnd badly wrecked. Conductor
Moullon was sevetely cut nbout the head.
The Hi email, Fiank Huffier, Jumped and
escaped unhint, but the eliglneei, .1. P.
Mutpliy, stink to Ids engine, ami was badly
The Injured passengers ate:
James Wilson and wife, ItucKpoit. til.
;.lis .M. S Patterson. Mtndvllle, ilo.
J. W. llowkei, Dorcluster, Neb
Mis. James III own. Hannibal. Mn.
Miss 1 telle Fleming. Hannibal, Mo.
T. P. Turner. Hannibal, Mo.
II. A. Collins, (oloieil, 1 00k on dining car.
Frnnl; S Iliown, No Hn llioadway. New
Yolk, traveling for I F. Llem.ui cv Co.
It Is not believed that any of the Injuied
LORD SCULLY WILL REFORM.
He Will rr en tn lie nil Iiigtlibioiu mill
flu nine 1 tllnrlous Aliiirliau Clllttl
Owns l.titnl lu llUsotirl.
Springfield. 111., Sept. 27, Through Ills
agt tas in t ill-. 1 1 x it has be, n leari"d
'that lArd 8. ul'y. who owns n. niiy IfX'tnlo
acics of land in Illinois, a.s much more In
Ml.. out 1. and still more in Kansas and
Nehiasku, has taken out naturalization
T.ipeis n New Ye.il: clt) It Is his Inten
tion to make that lit) his future home.
He has puii'hasesl propertv t lit re, and host
oriteitd substantial linpiov-em. nt. In Keep
ing with the taste nnd station of his fam
llv. Ills object In taking this slip Is to
enable him to pureh ise more land. The
legislatiue s of Illinois. Missouri and Kan
sas havu nil pased laws prohlbHing an
alien from acquit lug leal estate-. His
aigents ypent 1 is-t )esir and a portion of
the present )eir in Missouri, where tie v
laugh! ihousaiiils of acres, but mri'
1 lie, keil bv the i.lop'lnn of a measiiie bv
the li glskiture. He own" one whole- count)
in Kansas-and mote in Nebraska.
WHAT THE GREAJWEST NEEDS
Irrigation, D e t W iter lluibor., I'roteitlvo
'1 111 lit mill 11 Kepiililii 111 AdiiiluNlratlon
Will llntei the Count r Itonui.
Top. Ka, Kas , Si pt 27 fSpei I.il ) Hon,
S W Vnndlv.rl, judge of the Slxt.eiith
ludii lal distiiet of Kansas, has a lit ii f but
Imislve pint foi 111 upon ivhhli be thinks the
piospi.iit 01 tin- gie it Wist must be
biilltlid. In a b tt. r to Govt 1 nor Morrill
"The West must have n resumption of
t.11 III' diitlt s to assist In building up 11 home
mnikel foi our products, and a teilin tion
In tl ost of tinnspoitlng the surplus
This latter result will be obtalnul bv agi
tation sin 11 as Hint eonlenipbiti d in the
deep water convention at Topckii The for
mer will be brought about just as soon is
the Ainiiieiiii people 1.111 choose .1 new' ex
"Give 11- litigation, deep waier harbors
and 1 Itepubllean nation il administration
and ibis 1 nmmniivv. ilth will pair mill oris
of dollirs' vvoith of produi Is Into the mar
kets ot the world."
AFTER THE CHICAGO PACKERS.
I'ulteil st, ilc. DI.I1I1 t Mtoniev III uie Id"
l.-iees lll.ll ni'tlim- to Invi'Stlgllto
Hie t olllblne.
Chit igo. Sept. 27 -John C. Illni k, Unitel
Slates dl-Hiit alioiney. leeelvul liistiin
tions to-day to Investigate the alleged 1 0111
biuatlnn of Chi 11:0 p.nkiis to lonlrol the
prli o of beef. The Instructions came from
Attorney Guieiiil Hariuoii, who IikIosiiI 1
statement of the suspicions i.gaidlng the
alleged trust pieptueil I.) S. neliiry of Ag
liiillluie Morton limeiil Hl.i. K refuse d
to divulge the li.lluie of Ihe ev Idem e. but
sold that If thn Investlsilioti develop, d
siilll. lent facts to wairant a, Hon. the niat
t. r would bo pined bolero Ihe federal
AN OYSTER ROAST FOR TOPEKA
"lcvns Delegites to the II. ep W'.lle r Cnnveii
Hon 1'ioiido a Novi I I ut, rt ui 11 111, ut
for ibelr HosK.
Topeka, Kas , Sept 27. fSpe. lal.) The
Ti xas delegation width Is coming on Mon
day to attend the dop water convention
111 Top.K.i, bus 1. 1, gi iphetl for tlio use
of the state i.uiltol rioiitids, together with
Impromptu mhhs st.us and tour ords of
111 i'W noil Tin) nie biluging a eat load of
o)steis in the shell and propose to give
the Topika p.oiile an old-rasliloned Tex ih
0)stei roast The il, I, gallon Is also lii'lui:
lng l.i)o Cape Jasmine buds, with which
to deior.ite delegatis lo the eonventloii
The party will 111 rive in six Pullman sleep,
KANSAS SfAIi; llll Villi or in:.vi,'i II.
It II0I1N a Itu.lue.s s,.K.(ll, f - !,),, I
Topekl, Kas, S pi 27 -(Special ) The
st lie board of health Mosul a two d.tvx'
business session last night b) tiei ling Dr.
P D St. John, of Wi lilla. mil Dr. A
GI1T01 I, of l.iwiei , as dih Bites to the
li.itiini.il tiealih 1 )invt ntlon at D uv.r.
in I! M. 'loovii. ot Halsii.ul and Dr.
C 1 .Mtiinliiiiir, of Ton, k i, touK o 1 .iblnn
lo 'roast" itoiney Ib-n. r.il lawe. for
the opinion delivered to the ill.it that the
slat, Kitild not law full) pi) the exenses
of tho ib legates from st. le bo 11. In to na
tional ioiivi iitions, or upon any other Jun
Kt t n- 1 .i llllon
The foil Hilng momher of the board vvero
In intend nice' Di-s Tivioi 1: Ituins Co.11
cor.Ili piesidint; T KlrKpatri. U Toptka,
s, i.taiy: P D. St. John, Wichita. A.
Gilford. Lawie-ueo; S. Liiunliiir. Topeka: l".
F M niilnger, Topeka: I J IV D)Ke,
StalTord. C. II. Claik, Mllineapolls.
Tho Model clothing- home, located at
Tenth and Main stietts, I. pr.iMili.- 11
g-reut Heat In tho wav or eleetrleal display
fi.r Ka1ulv.1l week. Not eontint vvith tl-.-1-17
iiiiandcBS'enl und lorty-rom nic llgh's
that aie- pcitiun. inly used around that
building. The -Model huu added over Jut)
lights tn tho colois of the Karnlval Krewo
to the Immense sign, surmounting the top
of tho bulMhig. Ficm the Junction this
bulliMng will be a mugnlitcciu siglu. and
tho clcer )qu appioaih it the more beau,
tlful It becomes The full biaut) of the
du-ilay, however, dos i.ot strike one until
iusl.V the bullillng, where the myriad ct
lights seem to bulie the who, store It
a sea of lire Vbltors to Kaiisus t'lty
should not fall to see this gi tn st ex.
hlUtl.II to be fguud lu the entire West.
Kanhs Ctrr, Mo, Sepl 2S. Mil
l'osfti; ttr IwiH for the u-'.tVifr lu lit ftUr mil
re-tnjvmdire tylnttt .l.irimum, ;0 mml
begins to-day, when there will
be offered to you the greatest
lot of NEW BLACK SILKS
at the lowest prices known for
livery yard of these Silks is
new. They were bought es
pecially for this sale they
have never been shown before.
They arc absolutely tho newest
Taking the great quantities
which we did enabled us to get
a great reduction from manu
For this "Special Sale'' we
have made "Special Prices."
Next Saturday night the prices
will be marked up to where
they have a perfect right to be.
Remember Not a yard of
silk ii. (his entire collection that
has been shown before. Every
yard fresh and new.
Here arc the prices as they
will stand for seven days:
$1.5 Plain S.Uin Ducliosso for.. 7 to '
$1.10 Plain Satin Duehesso for..8Vo
$1.50 Plain Satin Ducliosso for. ..$ I
$I.7." Plain Satin Pucliesso for $1.20
$2 Plain Satin Duehesso for...$l 21
$2. :.'." Plain Satin Ducliossc for. $1.17
$2. Tin Plain Satin Duehesso for. $1. OS
$2.7,ri Plain Satin Duehesse for, $1.75
$1.25 Pciiii lie Soio for !)lc
$1.05 Poan ilo Soio for $1. 07
$ I. 75 Poau tie Soie for $1. 14
$2 Poau ilo Soio for $1.3t
nsc Kliailoma for 40c
75c I.hatloina for 57o
00c liliniiuiiin for 07c
$1 Khniloina for 7So i
$1 is M.im'ouo for $1.10
$1 50 Satin Sanoshal lor 08c
$2 Satin S.iiicslial for $1.50
70o finis (irains for 58u
$l.as firos firnins for Olo
r-sl.50 Uros (i rains for $1.07
$1.75 firos fiiaiiis for $1.25
2 firos (ruins lor $1. 18
$2.25 firos fir.tiiiB for $1.58
$2.75 (iros (irains for $1.08
5Ku Surahs for , too
7hc Surahs for...., 5Sc
$1.25 Arinui'ps for 7lc
$1.50 Aiiniires for, P7u
85o Plum Taffetas for 00o
$ 1 J.1 i nJl'aJTo tas for 7lo
$1 25 Pljpii TilTctas for.,..,. ,.04o
$1.25 UrniMtlcil Satins for.. .... ,71o
$1 50 Piroeailcil Satins for. ..... ,fl4o
$1.75 Iviocuili-il Satins for $1,13
$2 25 lirouailcil Satins for..,, $1,47
$1.50 Hrooaileil tlroi Grains foi$l, 07
$2 liroi'adc.. Gros Grains for..$I.,3
$1 25 Noyolty Snipe) Satins for,,80o
$1.50 Novulty Striped Satins for,07e
$2 Novelty Stripeil Satins for,.$l 21
$1,50 Stiipeil Tafl'utis for.. .. ,$1.07
$1,75 Pckin Sti'uioil Satins for.$l U
$1.85 Pokin Striped Satins for, $1.20
$2 Peikin Striped Satius for. ..$1.40
bucccor to w
lit' !,:.. JUUUUKi sfcMEttY tfc CO.