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KANSAS CITY. OOTOHKR I, 18ML
shv rvAwvu iOAMQ
the Leading Hcrcantilc Establishments
In the Known World.
r. thenst Corner Grand Ave. and Eleventh St.
Vis tors Welcome
THIS IS ENTIRELY DIFFERENT,
(lenrrrit Mlrlitnnr litlliiintr "Unit (lencriil
Now' Mutrtnrnt About llrnrrut Harris-
nil lNot Corrnrt Mircly Mr.
Washington, Sept. M-A recent Interview
with Oohrrni Joliil 0. New, slating tint
-Mr. Harrison was not a ratidldnlo ror dm
presidency, and (hat tho ex-.ptesldent would
not nelcel Mr. McKihlcy or .Mr. Heed, if his
advice wero asked, linn attracted marked
tiltctit on In Washington nmonir those who
un MrC"nc,1:VTlj.. nltf nni-lnlly ntiected
Willi Mr. Ilnirltun. Several of tluse g, h
H men. Including ii number of tlio Harrison
cabinet cotiiorrcd to-day with a Mow to
PKICE TWO CENTS.
i.. 'i." "". ""M'preiiPnion Unit inn V
have arisen As in lcsult. It was dolermltu I
Hint General Mlchlnor, who. with Oui, m
Now, una In chaw of tho Interests of .Mr.
iiiurison ill inn ,ist iieim . lenn ,,i
''Standard of Merit." . 8
J 0$ i .
iHP 013 Main I
4 A o Street. ;;
AN OMINOUS COMET.
Tin: rii:itv-ir.vn:i:i) .momsti.h or i-ayi:
Al'l'ltOACHIMJ Till: l.'A 1CTII.
CUUVChtlOII. Would lin lial.i.il I.. ..,.,1,.. ..
statement. Gcmrnl Mtchlttcr's statement.
in to-night given to tlie Associated Press
In ns follows '
vu1 J'.1.".'? J,r'1!!'c!' ,,n"-, l","' misquoted.
?,!" V'lldlo: certainty understands b this
limn that Geneiiil llnrrl.on Is In no si use
a ciindl, lute for tlm nomination. Not l.rlni;
In thu llolil. there In iiotliliu; to ulthiliinv
"Tlint lip would not pcrt cltlipr r,a
crnor MrKjiilpy or Mr. ltpfd. ir hh n-IMoo
ypio nUoil, It pimply the opinion of Mr
Now. If corrcotlv iiintid, and It should not
lm in ken nx cxirinilnK tin- (cntllneutH of
tho px-iuildout. 'Hip maltlinr of cnndl
ilatp Ir nu art that li nptr iirnctlcpd In
the pijit, nor H he llkoly to tns"Ko In K at
"Tlip irupci, or vImvi. or opinions of
his rrlpnili Hlionld ho Ui'fiteil nu hiii Ii, mid
for nnthliiK dollnlto or nccurnlp. It would
In" well to nnnlt ucli P5.prp?lons or im
tlons in Cicnpriil llnrilmn may see protur
to slvo the pubic direct y."
rtvn.Mi'.v ami a nov mi:i-.t riiioni".
rut. iiimiiis in a sniNi: uiAitu.
THROUGH MISTAKE IN SIGNALS,
ON Till: I'tTIII.HJ ItllAI), IMIlIt I Mll.l.s
IJASI HI' IM)i:i'l;.S);.St;i:,
l.PHlo ii f .Sinrr.lt nf 1 ln.tr
Coniiniilon.-llcnv thn Mlilnki" Win
.Miidu HiToUm of oiiiii;
THERE MAY BE A SMASH-UP.
i'iirnomkn-.v riiriicTi:i iiy rr.A.M-
SIAICIUN AI.1SKAOV OCOUItKING.
GREAT DROUTHS IN EUROPE.
MR. HARRISON WILL ACCEPT,
A Ktn!M Man Miy Iho rx-lrililpnt Mill
Ink." tlio Nomination If OITcred
Topokn, ICnt Sept. 30 (Spoclnl )
Councilman .Tames Kuikchi., who hns
Just returned from a visit to Indl.mupo-
lle, snys that If tlio friends of ex-1'rcsl-
dcnl IXnrrlion ko In anil aecute Ills noml-
untlon lie -will accept. Mr. limicsi Ii
an old friend of the ex-president nnd
ppenks with a great deal of cerl "ty,
tlioiiRli he adds that Jlr. Harrlon will
not seek the nomination.
A terrlhlc ncpldont, cnuscd ly the proma
turo eiploMon of a powder mine in a
cpiarry Unlit Hilton cant of Independence,
took place Sunday o cuius nbout r, o'clock.
J'Ho moil met Instant death, and a little
uoy men shortly after tielnp taken fiom tlio
inn-i ot Htono and debris which pinioned
The accident took place at tho oponlni; ot
n now quarry, and It seems almost a mli.i
clo Unit thcro weio not more killed.
Tho killed are:
Miles McTIernan, contractor, 31 jeirs old;
residence. 3S03 Independence ncnue.
Cornelius Trullt, S3 jenrs old; tesldence,
1'atrlck Welsh, quarrjiuan, residence,
ninlel I.trMn, nnnrrynian, II jenrs old
lesldentp, Kaunas Clly.
Tony On lin, 33 jears old. Iiborcr, rest
deuce, K inas City.
Thomis ruKiison, son of John rcrKiison,
Jftyls Imel, fiom Hip public road The
nii one m me pr-tiint in tup lounty,
KiriM nrpinui the hill nr,l Ihrounh the vnl.
u of the rkhpt re, t on In the county.
rh iNoutili court dt.lded to Improve tho
!:;?'' ?M .'nl liU! wnlritit to the Knns.m
t ii Itiiildln and Contrunion t'oniim'ij
rhi m"Ail lind been laid aluut two mllf
!H ''"' vV". ,,,ll. f'f. hrldse Tlip ll
tiiiie." of the end of tho work from (he
"II iiiimiK rniisul thp iimtrn tors to op'ii
!''' ,'."r'T 1rr), which tlie pro ceded
to do fliin.Vnv lust. It w.is Hip intehllon to
It; I out piiiViiRh lock for the net Unv, nnd
nil the meiii rre laid olT but the quarry
nien, Ab.iit tlftefti nmn were at noik
Hun. n .MATlprimn. who met his death
Sttltrlsi V I in. II Lt .l. .t..... ...i i . i
-'" " """ 'i""fi ttiun iiitlic II I'll IXC
or lock, with the Itit.ntljii of blonlnr lK
-nine up, for1 the crunlii r, Wl'l.'h stood U)
Jimls west of the tpmrry The I. due was
i! 'l"" hl.r,ft''' f"t L'nderniMtli thin
edKB was mitllotont room to hnrbor men.
f1"?,;?-11 c!,r,R- T,le. ,0!' "' ,',l"t'11 ttl
four ilirrerenl iiAine of port lor. i:leiullnir
hurl, seveiil Hundied rei t were the wires
whl.h connectifd the bittery which fired
he mines. AbUit :0 reel to the win of
!L,lvli?e Mcrrieriitn liid thiee block
k'Bk WW. ni Abo Willlnnu managed
1 lSi,B.,'le?" VI 'I?.'"' " h's station at
!', Sn?1 ,r..Hlik: ,,ln llml Mericrunii K.e
l .i0T, n,f"itnP l' llr? When the sIk
Innis took up their stations A courier was
sen down the load to warn purms-ln.
Ill,' men linn n.11 nr. . ,..iHl.. i. ..!.
,i "'.V1 nllJ l,.,s foniimiiUns. ntitlelp.-itlti);
that thev would be uf r fiom tlu lhlrc
mlMlles undr thv ledce, look shelter there.
. ? ' "'" iJB iih.it I-itn lurk.d In the
?J$.)e lllim,' 1 Icnilnu i an to 111. en
Klite or the ' crli-djet uti I with a tou-n set
...1- ,w n.f ui tiu uie uio 'a iwi-iiH I nero
was a report nnVl sib n -e followt I. Ho
lWViiS !."C "')'"' ,I,'1'-N. red il.it
two of the three Hind e.pl,iled. He thin
, ," 'Win. Int'Midliii; io explode the e
iiiilnlnij blist, Thyn he ran, elllni; 'lire."
ns ,i warning to Isfen the n ..m mrnr , ,, I.
lii iixmii iiiiiirinnni.Mt
KANSAS CITT, MO. Oct . IO
7wfil u-t ImK or tht iulhtr t, b f,Ur i
TkmKiUliirt wttnkivMiirlmu w, I ti
"Priests of Pallas"
Tins article particularly to tho
wlm w 111 no to the "I'riesU of l'ali is
I5.il! to-morrow night:
you'll liavo tu
liavc new liven
hip Gloves. Wo
liavo never im
ported a larger
quantity of Kven
iiiK Gloves than
w o nave this
year. All the now evening Mimic, in
materials can tie porfoiUlv matched.
MnVmtnfAJ1' J" ?nd w Initton lenKth
i.iml1 M?,'r Suc,1-'s. ccnliiK snides of
ei'i no'.ii.V V!'; vpry rewntlv Imported,
l-btitton tll.ice Gloves, in white anil
tultons6"1..0.'.11."611 back"' ltoni"" p"?U
Willi uni Jn.ird tho
cry lire then he caliied llro four tln.s hliii'
self, thlnklni,- tlilin It was theslB".! rr"m
riemlim- to press I Is :lnvr io the .ittery
J lOri tlln tni4lnli.i (Mi: ni.rH.i it nu-..:.:
piessod the key. The electrlo spark ilri'd
the powder mfne lu the ledBo above tho
men. . bopmlnu .ouiid ichoed ocr o
'i llW i "i,l! fl,,tl liorrllled tS see
the Breit ledec bur It open as ir Uv made
send inif the huge b.julder.s ciashlns Uoiini
The men were horrified. Thoe who es
eapid seemed pom rleu to act. They
inti:nsi: iii:ai' in ui:i:at iiicitain
ANU ON llli; CONllNKNT.
Js'-.as X o , :'c..-.oiie!j
Torimdo Coiiilltlonii Also I'rorall Out Cen
tral uud Mestcrn I.uropi- unil thn Old
Worlil May Hi. m tlln Vitro of
an Upheaval A CIiIchro
GENERAL MAHONE STRICKEN.
Tho DlHtliiRiilKhed ii-sonntnr from Vlr-
Klnla lTJ l,nw I nun a "itroko of
Washington, Sept. 30 Et-Scnntor Jrn-
hone, of Virginia, sufferi'd a stioko of
Tliralvsls fit on emlv l,r,t ll.,a Mn.ni..
. . ." "..rf ..v... ....a tltu,.lllln I
at nis room at Cliamberllu liotol. Ills ph- phenomena that ensue theio was un
So;;I;oSo;u2Sr:o,'5,m, hcnt-tho r -h.cll
and think his chances for lecovery very wero lmll.ir to those now piovnlllns 111
doiibtful. The relatives of the e--semtor Northwestern Hm-opo. Can It bo possible
eXrS, pbr:,.itd?tch,, t,,at th 1,,?SCtlt W f "Pen,tu H tho
the right aim and leg. Ho Is unable to Precursor of a terrehtrlal smash-up with
spiak. ecpt a few lnartlculato bounds. Fn,e's eomot?
New York, Sept. 30. A special to tho
Herald from I'm is snjs:
A special telegram, fiom Kiel observa
tory announc a that the approach of
tho periodical comet of Kayo lilid been
discovered by Professor Javelle, ot tlio
Nice observatory. 'Without taking an
nlarmlst view of affalis, it may bo well
to point out the theory so Graphically
developed in M. riammai Ion's book,
"Tho End of tho Wot Id." In that work
a collision between a comet nnd the
earth Is described vvitli astronomical pie
clslon nnd during- tlio extraordinary
He has maintained consciousness, how
over, nnu seeks as best ho can to assist
those who aro ministering to his comtort.
The oMict time Genei.il MaViono was
IHl ' i
a ias Qy Bicycle
-I lth Sli-.l!
P&.HT :i,'d CLASS CT
ity Oojjt Facta,
"II ttln& I liS-IW) '
A vp. .' . ,rr -
nAnoc-ASAAii s on i
'i iii. 1 1. i 4 ut ut
? , r .
jwhotv? ;;.. .wtk mm
Ho that ns It may, however, the con
tinued diouth uud heat aro causing
serloiw iiiconveulenco all over Europe
Tho Seine, Maine anil Iolte have never
been so low ns now nnd a water f.iniiuo
in numerous dlstiicts seems to bo Im
pending. Slight foveis are becoming
pievalent and animals tiro suffering.
Cases of biinstroko are numerous In
Great Hritnln and on tho Continent nnd
the weather reports Indicate that tor
nado indications still cover nil Western
and Central Europe,
l'riifi"ur I'ollierl'n Vlmi.
Chicago, Sept. 30. "Tho comot of I'ayo
is not of Biilllclent Importance to war
rant it In assuming responsibility for
tho widespread diouth In Euiope," said
1'rofe.ss.or Ellas Colbert nt his home,
No. 2 Cleveland park, last night. "Very
few of tho comets we known to ns
tronomers as pciiodlcal comets. As tlio
name Indicates, these comets make their
nppearanco at vaiious Intervals. Tho
peiiod of tho comet of Kavo Is 7,1 jeais.
Its greatest dlstaneo fiom the sun is
about six times tho eaith's distnuce.
Tho comet of F.iyo will never bo a spec
tacular comot, and therefore not popu
lar, It will bo vlsiblo only thtough tho
CLEVELAND'S WORDS OF PRAISE
The l'ri'lilent. In Aiiniiiiiirliii; Oenenl
tMliolleld'4 liellreinuit.SpeiilK in llluli-
rnt lerins of the Kmllll lit s,,,,.r.
Washington. Sept. 30. The president's or
der retiring Lieutenant General Sohotleld
was Issued to-day. It ns follows:
Washington, O. C Sept. ), lSi".
Llcuton.mt General John M. KclmileM
having reached the ago fitting him foi re
lief from active mllltnry seivlce, he 1, In
accordance with the provlsb.ui of livv,
herpb) placed iiion the tellred list or the
urinj, to (Into September ?i 1ST,, with all
mi" pay anil nllovvaures belonging to his
lank upon such retlienunt
It Is with much legut tint tho president
makes tlio announcement that the eountiv
Is tlllll to lnsn frnm thn .nliitTit,,l nt llu
(limy this distinguished geiitleinan, who
Ins done so much for Its honor nnd tlll
cloncj Ills gallantry In war chillenges
the admiration of all Ills countij men, while
they will not fall to iiratefullv lemomber
nnd appreciate how falthlully he has
served his country In times of pence by his
splendid and successful pr rfoi malice of
civil ni well ns mllltnry dutv
Lieutenant Genunl Siliofleld'i cmeer. e.
hlhitlng an unvaijlng love ror his piofes
(lon. a yealous care for Its honoi and good
name, a just appiehensloii of the suliordl-
naiion it exntts, and constant inanlfesta
tlon of tlio best traits or tum Ameilcan
Inm, furnishes, to Hie.PAViy mi ernmido nf
inestimable xabie niter should te ich nil oili
people that the highest soldietly nu.illtbs
are built upon Mie kiniest sense oC obliga
tions belonging to good citizenship
tiHO I'll CLPJv EL VNP
It was said nl the war denartmetti ih.if
the older assigning to duty ,v aim essor to
Geuei.il SchoIIeld v.lll not issue foi sevtril
ADVANCE GUARD ARRIVING.
Delpgite for thn lUg Wifltern statei rm-
fiTinue ut 'lopilta viiiitliif; lbilr .p-
peir uni" In 'I ti it I it.
Topeka, Sept 30 (Special 1 Delegates to
tho deep water convention whlili convents
In Topeka to-tnoirow afternoon have ni
leady commenced to nnive, and the Into
tiains to-night will btlug mans of them.
The Texas delegitlon, moro thnn IK) strong,
will airlve on Tuesd ly morning b epedil
triln. IteniesLiitutlve hall has hem nl if, ,1
In order and appropriately dciorntid for
the use of the couvuitlon. 'Die tlrst m
slon on Tuesday afternoon will be devottd
to organisation, lddi esses of vveliomo niui
coiiKRitulatlon, and a conceit by Mnish ill's
Among the prominent people from nbrond
who liav nlriiidj airivud uro ex-Governor
it ii, iiiiiiuaiii, oi lexas; monster Cam
eron, manager of the Arms.is lis (ein
vi.iter scheme; General I A Hi m-y, ot
.S in rranelseo, J. 1J Wliulph y, of the
illy Eviutss, Sm Antonio Sidney L'luk
nnd Ledru Ginlirle. of OMahoni i Citv ;
Gus Heymershorrer. the Star Mills man Ig
or, of Galveston, and Hon. Ii. V. 1'icvmi.r
or Velneo Tex., who has a little dtei
water plun ot bin own.
Ex-Governor rMibvk, or Arknnsas. ar
rived on a late train to-night. Judge Gtorgo
Orner, or Enid pioneered tho i Del ihom i
delegation Congiessmnn C. O Hurton, of
Nuvad.i, Mo , Is also here.
' Ky3Cg'f3rZst ) Nirij-v. j sw -TV'-'"vi c W c7-v
'tUjir J"" . s. J
1 Miles McTIernan.
.' C'oinelltll Tiultt
;: Tommy Eerguson.
WIIEHE THE DEAD WEItH rOUND.
I Daniel Lnrkln.
0 l'at Welsh.
ears old; resldid with his parents near
tho quart y.
Tho Injured are:
Joseph ricmlng, powder man. Internally
Injuted nnd shoulder bruised. (
TvoomlU,, ClnCl l0s 1"oUcn "na I'esh
Jeilm rguon. scalp wound, not set Ions.
P,,1,'.""-1" "r ,,1'" cM'losliu beggued di
sci Iptloii sesteidav illood stnlned locks,
nmnrlid. Iioisik, binkcu cuts crushed like
egg sinus under tons ot lock all told of proeeediHK I leial ik
the feillflll worlf ir eliint ,o ,1. . -1-1...1 J. . ' -u,iih Illegal, uv
lilipreis, mnij w itli tli
soon iicovered. however, .nnd set to the
vvoi It of leseue with a will liodv arter
body ias taken out, nndlhe woik never
caved until .Monclnv at lid o'clock, when a
liuge rock was removed rtrom JIcTleinnn.
t.m na!f'? r th1 nceldciAt spread rapidly.
Justice Adams, 0t lluckiei. arrived farlv
jestenliiy nurnlnB'.'prci ..id io hold an la
quest. 1'ndcr the shade or the trees a cor
oner jury was inipane ed and tlio taking
V.,i?9tl.n,0I,, I''l"-.AI 10 Clock Coimiu
...... u,., .w.iuj aim u cured ttie whole
nroeeeiltiii. nt.,..ni .. ..... ..:... ""oi'
Tiled . A.in,,.- V. S".".V.5".V.. ,"-. ..ti'" .""" ""wevei.
stlllggles of Alin ,1 ,...:,.."' ..'?'' ."'!?! H ."' " ' ' 'lUletlJ
ellniL i,., . .T. '.''" '"'"'r "-"'.f euryi
iiik 1 iieiii 111 irving 10 leseue the r fe ow HeiirVTi-.i n .V' 1 .. . . ( "'."V."1... -ronpr
woiknien movnf we.ullv about, occasion, f. ..r;'rtl1 ,.1"' bod'' of J'' 'Icinan to
nllv visiting the dead tent, whim iuu or m,e"i Tih.'.i ,"lU e,i'i'H', ,t0 llul'' n" hi-
tllplr milll.iilni lr .. 1. r,n.l.. 1.... t. " QUetil I Mill Sila Ilf ft i .lnfl. rxi . . l. . I
erushed-aud mangled out of all hWnV,',,; l,,nviS?f,i,Vat W1'
roim and semblance , . ' UUams, the povviller man who blun-
Ciowds surged nroiind the opening or tho ac'eJ statui etenlay thut lie had lneu
tent to gne ,,t the ghastly spectacle which n,';tt,ir l"''11 "" "' I'V8' thlittm jeaiy.
piLHtnled ltseir to view. 'I ho dead men J'0,1';"1 !' " '" orl foi- MeTlein in three
WCIO lllll III 11 row. Mil unnl, n la,,,. I lllOlltll.f Win. 1... .1. ..1I.-..1 ...''".'.'"."
UNITED BRETHREN CONFERENCE
Lint of Appiilotiiinits Made nt the fort
biotl .Meeting ller.iro Adjournment
Tort Scott, Kas , Sept 30 -(Special) The
twenty-seventh annual conference of Ealt-
ed Brethren has closed. Tho following ap.
Kjuiiuieiiis were maue
rort Scott district Presiding elder, H. Jl,
tjiiown our them to shut out from siglit
...L- iii-n. iiuik xpei'iacie" lilt 11C.KIS Ot till"
(had .nnu, with the extention of IMtrl.lr
Welsh, vv.ie ciu-lud ll.it. Welsh's was cut
i"",","'.1', """' ev.nly fiom eiown to chin,
hat blng on one shoulder and tho other
hair on tho otlici shoulder. Hinlel Lai kill
was strink while In a sitting posture. Ills
body vas bent double, tin u mash, d .Miles
Mc'liei nan was tc.ufullv crushi d. Tho
skull and rni e weie ioinpletl ll.it
Little Tuiumv Eeiguson, tho D- ear-old
boy piov.d a hero. When the woikmen,
with Idanelied tines, i' .ovned the liov,
the little rellow was f.oiiii(d between tlio
i.iith iiiid a boulder The llttlo fellow'
greeted his lesuieis with a smile "If ou
i an tako away this stone," s lid he, "I cin
git out mid walk " The brave little fellow
On i rid on his i.scuns with tho fortitude
ot a soldier. "Till mamma that I am nil
right, nnd If f could g( t out or here I would
.o home" The llttlo 1. How did not know
that the boulder had ciushed his bgs Into
it pulp, and tlio nason that he did pot rei I
anv p.iln was due to paiabzed neives. His
iiiiiiuki" wave mail io mo men, and In n
llttlo while the liov was ripened, but not to
walk Hi' w is liid on a nidi stielohor and
taken home to his mother. Aftei a night
of tender watching he passed aw iv.
Yistinlay morning at 10 o'clock, MIU s
Mi TU i nun, the eontuctor, was llio list
m in to bo taken out of tho wieek The
nun who wem not killed or vvoundid
woiked In different shifts nil tliinugli the
niK'ii i iiiMi-aiius oi ions or earth and
rock were tak n riom under the elilT betoro
the bodlis oT the dad weio dlspnioi. .1
The. qu.nij which was the seme or ills-tie-s
and death iostoidav, Is hltuited iiA
i. ..... ...."::. :"- .u,i",e,-u me .irriui nt
...' lllll I'll, 111.11 . 4 1, ., IV... .. . . .... '
The ..greed sign.,, ,a , L" ,' ,
n,im.'.1iI'w.1!1B onl"1 Tt ' blunder 1 Vj In
filing the blast vvhl It fa lUl io Mnn'J
n .!...,.. "'.- ill. um uir 111 In
ling the blast vvhl h fa lUl to go on on
then yelling lire Tlu sent ry from the road
2 VS&PiiSt ,nnigi!LUba,,-,d V.S ?St,ff.antat.m1S Ullfes i? 'lrtn tho present
.rrutmWilill i i VHl" ex. client health and spirits, and had ,L'"ou ol uio i.h jeais- cycle."
(.i7 -''5iAfcis j Jf'Jn.n Intimation of ff-cllng unwell. .No Professor Colbeit i of used to bo drawn
retired. At 10 o'clock tills' mbrnlnL' x Ir 0Ut " U, Possll,"'t- of n smaah-lip be.
Moll ugh; Greeley. J. it. Ohatnhers; HIuj
Mound . W. H. llowell; I'leasnnton. T .1
Maxwell; Eon Scott, A Coinlsh; North
Port hcott, 12 l'owlerj Iohi ', A. Khu..
Chanute. .1 W Daughertv; Klut Hock W
Sttone! Ellstnoie. (n It lvliei.n,i.i.. i......
liurg, 11. Adams; C'olumbUk, H, I), Mooio:
eiswego ii. j.-. wco.ts; Dennis, J. I. Hob.
maun, .1(9111,-1, e. ii. jcines.
0fi In H CI nUmm rl ,,.in retired. At 10 o'clock this morning .Mr,
$.43 10 Jr'' UlHIJIOfll f IPtfS lM"S- manager of tho hotel, wont to
l ,,, , ,j 01M , , ''. general's loom to call him. llo found that
nah!'ii i tii , lie J',"'1 JJSF.n vomiting and was unable to
l u H.tWHI t tf Itj: . unM) f 'PJrilu ht.1 f..itii .. ... n .. .
i!'A8 - - ,
tween tlio enrth nnd the comet of F.ac.
lm ' , sneak. This List fiuinm u.,u ,.,p,i......i
J fi 111 I'ASCnN 'L'-'3 It0 "astIon Incident lo tho vomiting, and
. Ill UuLndulli W..U sr. for a time no slcm I emu m..u ,,,...i.';,f
' . to tho general's failure to talk, Dr. Wales. T,, l"oUr-llud,,mi l.lhel hnit '..nilnned b.
frien, rXf "n'Vii i'iVA.."u...".'u"?."m? juii in uuiijjo i o.ter'K Mi knew.
but could not be found. In tho ineanttina ,ToI,eIa. aB'. SP'- 30,-(Speclal ) When
lt ticcume evident that tho general's ill- U'0 Hudson libel suit was called In thu
noss was seilous, and Dr. Haker was called, district court this momlng, Dr. Munn an
Srilvsls l 0UC pronounced it a case ot ,,eaied and stated that-Judge C. a. roster.
r, wines arrived shortly aftenvards, "" . . V V h ,""" iuu caso,
. with Dr, llakcr, took charge of the Wtts t0 '" t0 len ''Is room. The nttot.
iivjd iur in u inuse'eiiuoii men nsiceu for an
i. INDLPENDENT POPU :.'
Independence district Presiding elder P
M Gillette; il.uar, D. S Hennlugtr, Hamll'
ton. J. S, 6hilstlleb- Vlrglk W. Jl Av Ing
Toronto. L. p. Wlmmer; Vales t'et.UT "(
IT. HInton; New Albany, J, JJalley. Severv
11. lloleu; Grenola. A 'c. 'b' Laui'idobiiry;
Havana. D. Richardson iioni-i,.,- u .'
ie,!V.1 n?.h0,l,,?TCeal?d, ,t0 .,)0 suffering Indellnite continuance of the case, which
no pain. Hy motions of his head and a as crnnted It is understood ti,n ii.il i.
fovv sornds ho mni o his desires known . branieei. u is unuerstooci that this is
Mr. Edmund Wnddlll, the senator's seer": Pot on abauilonment ot tho case, but that
tury. was with him this afternoon unil ni- It will bo taken un whenever Judc-o rosier
tended to his requests und notified tho la well enough to appear In couit.
members of his family to romo. ,
Ex-Senator Mahone was verv lnwnt mill. I xt iiv....... .iii0. i.. n..u,.,..
TllL-l.t nn.l I.U nhvUli,lnnU Vi . .i,l . C T. . .7- .".'. ............ ........ II i; I ., 11.
JmTBht not survive The night. His wife and ' "ash nBton. Sept. SO -(Special.) Ex-ltep.
P" daughter nrrlyed at U o'clock and were at resentatlvo lljnura arrived this morning
er his bedside. i and made haste to proceed to the denart.
to un ci.osi:n on sundat.
i . i i live (IlluUn Hat ilvli u
in la., liUi."" S.1I1..4 Kuurt ht.
ix, l"A4f, , $J-lVpdeJal
v'lVe Hi I in, ilia KniulUt u
1 KolsijitWfi couokHi 1 m 1
' -x -tft'tfWUiijf 1 a . '.4I0 i e.i.1 .
'' v-tyy p'lui tt i 1 1 v
1 1. ivJ Ufa 1fi. iinw'1 iili 1
' tin . 0 invakin; ri,jjal mim.
1 x a 1 'W,rt.v' I s ,vu 'ii I 1
- u t" W tcveri Jl i-
it 1 emu mil) aiti t.U ii 101. if
' U. b e 1 h i ' h, u, ti 1
'rein . uimuuh al
it.ti I Mill ilf
f Ji o 1 r 1 Uji, hi
fc"ll It lie 11 IO nnpnnl nn.l II, n ml.lu,... !.. I a .... o.mii,,! l,h k ii.ii.i Li 7." AI." Zar
ment of Justice and tackle the attorney
1,-eiierai itoout tne matter or appointing a
Judge In tho Indian Territory, Mr. Ilynum
made application for tho place. Mr Uyuum
of late 'hns become a goldlto and has made
ilia i Mi X a fc.v
' 1 . -j rs, Ii b .
- a i ru lu .1 in lie wleuil
I . t f I .1 . tl a.1 a. t liii
.lit 11 J 1 I J til
J I Director of the Atlaut lUpoiltlou So Do- '
Ml I Cl(l(l 11' II LurirH lilt,,.
o I Atlanta, Sept. 30.-The question of Sunday a n"nlbcp of speeches in Indiana at so
opening of ,l?e fair was6 2 ly'aToZ bi.iaUoc'cc 1, .S i !t J,f " !
whelming vote at the directors' meeting lnent Indiana politicians, p
tn this afternoon. IL IL Pabannls. mnnniree, l
Uicia vv i all of the Journal, moveil that the grounds bo Salaried men and women lan ooen a bank
!Spent;V ",'."' !."?. midway closed on Sunday, account with the United Si tes Trust Com-
r Captain LnglUh m. ved that tho whole mat- P-wiy. In N. Y. Life bulldi r. Money can
'y ter bo laid on the table. ThU was adopted ue deposited subject to chel . and a small
iiy "? ve,rw helming xote. It Is not be- late of interest will bo allowed on the ns"
"'," . "X ""',t""c uiivmiii win vo puinuK umauvn, cupiiai, 'i million tlol-
Harnll; Independence. L, W Stone: Itadl,
cul, T. C. Claikj Eailton, N, L. Yeazle.
PARADISE FCR BLOOMER GIRLS,
Ir. Mnry Wilker Mill INtuI, llih a llotreat
for llio Nu w Uoiiiiiu Near 1)4- j,
u go, N. . f"
Oswego, N, Y Sept, W. Dr, Mary
Walker, vvj-.o forty j cars ago rreacJied tho
gospel of dress reform to tho women of
this country and who was arretted in
"' vw vll;o '."' "'""I's niut uppeanng in
publio in mulu attire, is the apostle St a.
sehume for the bloomer girls.
.Through Lawii-r Hcr.iy O, lienedlet of
this city. Dr. Mary has bought : a in
containing. IS3 acies of land seven miles
west of this city and pioi.oses to foini ii
colony Iiv which man shall have no i art.
Onb feniales who will bind themselves to
a life or celebaey while memUrs of tho
community unci to wear bloomers fur llfo
are to bo eligible. They will work on the
farm in ull Its details., plant und harvest
the crops, dispose of them In market and
take cam of the stock.
ine sua soitcteu la In the heart of tho
finest fruit country in New York btate.
blnglu SIuu Inn Hold a llotiu uteiid.
Emporia, Kas., Se,t. 10. (Special.) In
the- district court heie to-day Judgu Itan
elolph undeied a decision of great lm
portancu to the effect that a homestead
onco acqulied can bu he d by a tingle man.
it. Tlioma. tho idalntlir in h ..k i.J;
an old man who holdt, a. homestead in this
city. His wife Is dead and his cWidrea
have all grown up and left the imieniul
roof, where the father still resiles. Credit
ors sought to seize and sell the propeity
under a tu, lenient. An. IninnH,,., l,,i. .. ...
,,.!,. i.... ..... ,,.rv.. .." "' .o
Vo havo jtist imported a largo
assortment of Diamond Rings,
which wo will offer at vory
closo prices. Don't miss this
opportunity. Every ono is a
Diamond Kin; .,.,.,,,,,,$15
Diamond Ulux $19
Diamond klnj: $2
Diamond Iclns:. $30
Now Patterns just recoived.
Twonty vanoties, good woight,
I" tho Shoo
havo arrived and
in such quanti
ties as you've not
seen before. It's
with Hlioos as
with Gloves, wo
can match any of tho lato Silk or I
U 00I shados perfectly in either Satin
or Glace Kid.
i.lnkdlrnBniMPi1 S,rnp Snndnls, In blue,
H'V,; orn' 1V;,lt Kreen, white and r
UlilCIC (,(,,, ,,,,,, Jl Tj
Jljaclc and Croarn Suotle' SinanN!!."!..'
dlaCP Htr.lti M.llirlitlo I, tn.. ..i..t, "rL.
1 strap Uionze Sandals ".'!!!!;.' i
'loklo Too Sanduls, dress kid f3.0)
told by many
that by far tho
in town aro here.
Grcnt caro and
ment liavo lionti
taken in tho selection of this year's
stock, and wo think it tho prottiest,
VI d'vrt aim., 'IVM.tl.. .. ...
.. w , 01...... ,, I,, it, ul course, you ll
not want ono of theso if you aro to
bo on tho iloor, you may bo going
merely to watch others; in that caso
you may need a bonnet.
i,nV i?" thln,c. l,1. Handkerchiefs voil
t,Vf ?, ".' not unite handsome enough then
let us show ou the prettiest anTl hanri
somest ones In the city. Wo will ".. ve
you to look at these dnlutv nriicles. for
they aio too dainty and lllmv for l -Fcrlptlon.
Tho l-hes Point Laeo ones
ar. tho htimlsoinest although the Preneh
hand enit.ioldered line sheer All Linen
... d ii- uuiny unu preit, as xv ell as
SILK SKIRTS. V
With a Silk lYess you'll want a'
Silk Skirt and the now ones come m
the vaiious now colors and shades,
and aro from siO to -D5.
IJeautlfnl white Silk Skirts, elahorately
trimmed with Uci and tucks, etc.
from (,.7- (f) .jo
Silk Undeiwear In white and tV- new
eviiilng shades, the prettiest garmi 1 i
wove had, exipiisitedy trimmed In laic,
Pino white Cambric Underskirts
fi f.'33 to fi
The hliadcs ot
are identical with
thoso of the now
Shoot1, and tho
Silk Plated, Silk
Spun and Thread
Silk Iloso aro
nntioud "All light," I'kufi'ng soiled llie,
and in tills wa thu niIsiakeiook place.
Him JlcNulty had a mm at. est ape. Hn
wis under the lide. Whin Plenilng's
blast proved a falluie he ci,!iwled furthei
under the cliff uud escaped de uh. D W
Miliums, coloici, alto met with a natron
escape. Ho hud charge oil a can Mi
Tlernau told him to In Ing tlo hors s under
tho ledge. A boulder vvole-lkinc mini' min
ciushed his cart und horse without injury
to himself. He stated that, he heard tho
order for the block blasts, but 110110 lor
the battery The nun v ho w it not injured
told vaiious tales as tn the (Signals, but nil
agreed that the mistake 01 cturred with the
I II1UI.1 111 uiio oi mo .IOCS. IlllSts In in in-
oh The men Intended to wait for thu
block blasts, under the aheltjer of the mag.
nzlned clln', then go to wjiere the block
blasts had been llled and a(ow the elllt to
be blown up.
Several hundred people vfflted tho spot
yestetday. The counii coifrt. visited the
wrtek.ige ic.stcrdaj uud vfewed tho big
boulders that curiled death Mud sorrow to
tin homes of tn my. f
An Incident was the finding, of Contractor
Halpui's watch, which lie hui? loaned to his
f 1 lend. .McTIernan, The case" was m ished
llat but the dial remained finhijiired. tho
hands pointing to tlvo minutes ot i o'clock,
the hour of tho ucildeut
The bodies ot McTIernan and Caslin were
brought to the city list night, The othcra
were taken In charge by llio coroner 10
await Information fiom relatives,
Clilnii Ai'i ides to I ngl uni'- llt'imiudi, llo-
griuiea viceroy Llu mid Averts u
1'rKN lor the 'Ume.
Washington. Sept. 30,-Mln!sUr lienby ca
bKil to the st.uo 1I1 pattintnt fium I'ekin
a, iuni --11111K.TM1 iiecr-' issued
You aro wolcomo wliotlior you
wish to purchaio or not.
lB4w --..-; ,?ssgffT ui SSS:-;
1034 flain Street,
Wedding Invitations Engraved,
Visiting Cards, Etc. Send for
.u,.i... ,iireiuiioiuiiii iur czecttueu riots
rests with plllcials. Viceroy Liu careless;
took no notice of the beglrning 0 the tiots.
He Is denrlved of otliee ni.,r ir. 1,.. ,.,
CI.',T,.0Jca" otll?r ell'clals to be punished."
This means that the crisis Impending In
China, Involving a naval demonstration by
fouiteen Hrltlsh warships against Nankin
Wednei-day bemuse of Chinese dllatorlness
In acting on the murders ot missionaries,
has been averted for a time at least by
compliance with the principal demands of
the ilrltUh. It eannoi li., io..r,n.i iLsi,.,H
the decree coucedes all of the demands
d.rtuv u..M .nu vuuicHruui maKes no ref
erence io the sweeping conditions Imposed
by the llritlsh minuter in ih .,rm i.. .,
Ciechuen. "" ...... sU .
Excelilor Springs, Mo. Sept 30.-(Spe-clal.)
In the special election here to-day
the. ordinance for gas was -voted by a,
decided majority. vgu y .
from 5J to sf;).
Why not a now pilr of Gnrlors for thn
II ill.' We have Just received fiom New
vork nn elegant assortment r b'-iiuy I las
tic Gaiter, with handsome' Sterling Sliver
Iluckels and Hows of Itlliboii....C.' li In JI50
Also P.mcy Silk Elastic Garters vaiious
sh ides with Sllvtr and Gold plated Hiic
kles, from , C0c to ?l 31
EH PI RE FANS.
T h o Newest
pj Shape Pan ot tho
JirV'lxV sc-iisuu, ausoillie-
,7- .W l. 1- ,
iy curieci lor ail
or this apeoia
v mH'i) occasion tho P.
- .fig O. I. ball wo
h .1 v 0 just re-
coicd a now and beautiful oollociion,
embracing all tho nowost ovoning
shadui and in blauk, O80 to $20,
These fans ineastiro wlion closed 8
and 10 inches. Thoy aio very con
The most correal
ornament for the
hair on such aa
occasion as this Is
the Ileal Tortolso
..........Itirt 10 110
In less expensive
iiie the New l'eurl
Prongs, with silver
tops, also s 1 1,
vcr tilmmed Shell
Color Combs and
new iiriiiiant and
We've recently imported from England
and Germany the newest shapes lu Cut
?,laS?.-h8ccn.t l,ot,us. a'd will offer them
at such prices that every lady who goes
to the Hall can afford to hav one" Thl
a?,Pd3 p0lcTangetVrf,.f,?.feo ,
V bucccuun to w .
uviddcai:. mmih, ihuiv m.
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