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KANSAS C IT V. OCTOBER 13, JSOa-KIXTKFaV PACKS.
PHICIO FIVIO ORNTS.
SPECIAL 5,000 Worth of Shoos mid clipper.
Prom tho Lnto Firo of A. A. I'titnum, Madison and Franklin
Street, Cliicayo, Jlought. ut Auction, Which We Will Sell (See Trices
Helow) at Less Than -10 CUNTS ON THE DOLLAH. The Greatest
Uarcains in Shoes Kvor Known.
Special Sale Monday at 8:30 a. m.
SM dozen J. ex- P. Co-its' best 20U I-,
Ml Machine Cotton, 2 spools fop lv
Special Sale Monday at 1:30 p. m.
S.ftX) yards White Dotnct Planne). 3
north tn, only wu
Special 600 Monday at 4:30 p. m.
M dozen .Men's White Unlautulored Shirts,
worth Aie, Hpeclul for .Mon- tfZr
Special Sale Monday at 8:00 a. m.
1,000 fancy Jutn lings,
bright colors njid
elite 17tTO, In pood
Cloak and Suit Dept,
Tremendntis bargains offered In our Cloak
mid Suit Department !or Monday's gicnl
sale 1 'rices positively tho lowest.
We will oflcr to our patrons some ex
traordinarily good bargains, regaidless of
b00 Infante' Short Clonics In checks, stripes
anil plaids, worth up le IS, spc-OOf,
clal price 20j
Some Infanta' Long Casslmero Cloaks,
colors tan, cream nnd white,
worth lip to I, only ll.CD ft J CftCl
l.'lne assortment of Hlderdown Cloaks for
Infants, 11.03 and up.
We carry a most complete line of Fine.
Tailor Miulo Dress Shirts of nil the latest
fall novelties. Full wide swoop and proper
COO Plain nnd Figured Mohair Dress Skirts,
verv full sweep, worth tiprtSO CIS
to $T,, only -StBiSJQ
Our better grades In cctta full sweep
and perfect hanging, 13.933 QQ
llemember wo guarantee our patrons a
pel feet, tit In every garment purchased In
our Suit Department. Alteiatlons made
Immediately by our competent modiste free
of extra charge.
We have a lino stock of Plush Capes to
About l.'.O Seal Plush Double Capes, trim
med nil around with Thibet or brown
m.iiten fur, well worth llu.CJQ Q6J
About 1,100 Cloth Jackets, ladles' and chil
dren's, 2.HS, I3.03, fl OS worth double.
Pine sample of Parties' Kersey Jackets
double breasted, full box lront effect and
ilpple back, made to sell at Jlf.
and $18. special price IS.SSSQ QC
We are well stocked with a line assort
ment of Ladies' Cloth Capes at S2.0i, J3.US
Just received, another lot of Fall Waists
from the Bust veiv latest styles In plaids
und plain collars. 79c, II IS and up.
y Children's School Cloaks, all prices
12 OS and up.
Some Fine Indigo Blue Calico CQr
Wrappers, worth 11.25. only 3X3,
illbses' Corded Corset "Waists, all rt 2 0
sUes, worth 40c, only -Jj
E0 dozen heavy corded Lace Trimmed Cor
sets, white and diab, worth GOe, StJ
73 d07en Ratine Corsets in black white and
drnb, nil slics, at the very low !Qr
price or tOO
The S. (.'. Illch Bust Corset, told every
where for $1.00, will go Monday (JQr
The popular Madame Warren's Dross Torm
Cot set In black, usual price 1 2o, POir
spetlal I '
The Dttiolt Corset Waist the most ported
fitting waist made, extra long waist, all
siyos. drab and black, sold else- OtTSj-,
whole $1 JO, our pi lee Ov7o
Cents' Heavy Grnv Mixed Shirts OFt-
niKl Drawers, worth GOe 0t,
tlents' (iniy Merino Shirts and .fld,r
Drawers, worth 75c, special.. . 'vOt
to dozen Cents' Jlxtri Heavy Cotton Fleece
Lined Shirts and Drawer.-,, worth CSOl-.
1 lot llojs' Heavy Cray Mixed Shlrtb
and Dr.iwois, worth WV, OFa,r
only ... , c, JO
100 dos Kxtra Fine Natural Wool Sera.-,
Vests and Pants, -worth 7Je, only ltv,Cv
Iadies' Ultra Heavy Fleeio Lined
Vests and I 'ante, woith 60c, 1)K-
1(0 dozen I-idles.' All Wool Si arlot Medl
cate.l Vests, and Pants, 1120 Qfi.-,
quality, only 09t
1 lot Ladles' large slzo Gingham Q.-,
Aprons, fancy borders Oi
j idles' Muslin Drawers, extra line quality,
linked and Hamburg edges, spe- jft-,
clal Momlay's prico sLCJWi
Drugs and Dnurcfcfs' Sundries.
Scott s Bniulslon of Cod Lier Oil Wo
1'lnkhnm'h Vegetable Compound ()
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. .AOo
.Maltlne with Cod Liver Oil M)o
Ayer's, Cheiry Pectoral too
California Syrup of Figs 2so
.llcoi.k'd Porous 1'lahtcra Oe
Dr. Greene's Norvuro. 7te
Hull's Cough Syrup ISo
Ayer'a Ague Cure bJo
Dr. Woult's Little Ller Pills be
Dress Goods and Silk Dept.
to pieces' Brocaded Ilrllllantes, inl.,
woith Ke, only iJZislj
100 pieces 'M inch Hngllsh Cashmetes. all
eoUns, regular 2Jo quality, per ICn
to pieces all wool Aldlnw Suitings and
Tiliots, In a full line of colors, OPE
3 pleees 33 Inch nil wool Camel's Hair
k' Ills. ..ll iiaEn.tlilcn, nf
ur &jc oniy.... w. v
21 pieces 31 Inch Imported llroaileloth In a
Very illio giade, worth tl and Cf
$121, m tOo and Dc?C
10 pieces 31 lii'h Heavy Cloak- ITitJt
ings, waiui i.'J, oniy .
S,, pleeis IS Inch Black Serges, yflQ
woith 7oe. pr yard ... OC
to pieces C'oloied Silk Velvets, 0O-
lOu and .. . , i,v7L;
S3 plwts Silk Plushes and Velvets, OQn
worth t. only .
"0 pleees Fancv C'oloied hllk C're- OCS
pons, wuiui i,e, iiitij ,,, .-, w
6 pieces lllatk Brocadeci eiik, rj
woith o'u, only J7C
0 pieces 60 lin.li Black Gloria Silk, Clfi
woith Jl.i'.V onlv UltyC
Black Silk Armures, reduced ftom AQr
$1.23, to closu..
2 Valley Forgo Bedspreads, Mar- ytttfs
nellies pattern, worth 73o, at ... toll
15 pkcos 60 Inch Bleached Table ORn
Ijureubk, woith 4c, per ynrd..., Z.JKi
10 pieces exlia line 01 inch Silver Bleached
Tabid Damask, lovely patterns, A, o
woith 73e, only vCJO
i' tases Heavy Bleached Cotton Towels,
size 20 x 10, worth 10o, iS'-i,
Infants Knit Ware.
A large assortment of Children's Hoods
lu Cashmere. Plush and Silk prices 18c,
23c, 3U-. -ISo. tiV, "3o woith double.
10 dozen lufalith' Knit Jackets, IQn
all coloi-s, worth 30c, only ,, IZWXj
13 dozen Infants' Bootees at 10c, tf,n
13o and ,,,., 7. IcJC
11QU-1111 Main mveet .
Special Sale Monday at 8:30 a. m.
&) dosen Men's Union Linen 0
Handkerchiefs, worth ii, nt tC.K
Special Sale Monday at 9:30 a m.
3,("0 yards Slater k Woods' best f.lxM
Lining Cambric, worth Cc, 1
Special Sale Monday at 10:30 a.m.
1.0(0 yards Turkey Bed Table CJ-,
Damask, worth 20c, at Ol
Special Sale Monday at 8:30 a. m.
1,000 yards Best Oil Bed Table
Damask lengths from Z to 50Q
jards, worth Wc, at CmJj
Z0 pairs Men's Lace Shoes, regular shoe
N'ore price 12; our price for QQ,
373 pairs Iidles' Kid Button Shoes, patent
leather tips, regular price $1.73, QO-
230 pill's I,ndl.s' Shoes, oloth top. patent
leather trimmed, worth $l.t,3, Cf
price to close Oi7V
3W pairs Old Ladles' Serge Cong. OO
Shoes, regular prlre $1 pilr Ols
100 pairs Bojs' and Vouths' Shoes, CQn
reg. SI. 23 uunllty, lire s.ile price .JS'u
DW pairs Ladles' ami Men's Velvet Btn
broldered House Slippers, Fold
elsewhere at 73c, price for Mon- 1? "-,
173 pairs JlIsees'.KId Button Shoes, patent
leather tips spring heel, sizes fj
12 to 2, reg. prb e $1: our price. . '-i-Si'o
323 pairs Chlldien's Grain Leather School
Shoes, Heel and Spring Heel, (Qo
small sires worth 73e, per pair. . H9ii
COO pairs Infants' Fancy Moconlns IQn
sold legularly at 30c, to cloe . ..lStj
Cenvassette, all colors, fl
per yard .".. IUC
Imitation Hair Cloth, (C5
per yaid VJC
Imitation Fiber Chamois, R:'r
ner ard tUMlj
Linen Duck Canvas, Irai .
Elastic Grass Cloth,
French Flastlc Canvas, flO'-.
per ynul 1 iZ-j
Taffeta Skin Lining, all colors, ECtrs
per jmj IvJlj
KX Silesia, all colors, tSTr
per yard oVi
Best Granulated Sugar, 12 lbs for too,
with every grocery order amounting
rincst Towdered Sugar C'ie
Dark Brown Sugar, por lb 3c
Light Brown Sugar, per lb 4c
Best Cut Loaf Sugar, per lb 5'Sc
Amcricnn Cream Cheese, per lb s.
Heiklmer Cheese, per lb Ho
FUinlls I.imburger, per lb 10c
Domestic Swls Chtcoe, per lb He
TanilU Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
r-fr lb lfie
Choice California Italslns, per lb .r-
Cholt e Cleansed Currants, per lb (.c
f'liol'e lnpornted Apples, per lb t,0
Lholee- Caliloinli F.aporated Apricots,
California Ilvnpor.ited Pears, per lb.... c
Faii'y F.ps, per lb sc
ISriinswIek Shudded Coeoanut, ier lb..r.c
X'.. staple Syiup, per gal lJ
( uluinblan UolUd Oats, per i)kg Cc
S'i)'h Billed Itato, per pkg 7c
i:il Pettljohn's Breakfast Food 00
Siotth Boiled Oats (bulk), per lb 2o
P nk lie-in-,, hand picked, per lb 2c
Choice Itli e slightly broken, per lb.... 3c
Granulated Sal Soda, per lb lc
Fitrbank's Cork Soap, per cake 3o
I'alrbank's I ''own Soap, per bar 3',Lc
Falrbank's German Family Soap, per
Falrbank's Chicago Family Soap, per
Star Serubl tig Le, per bov ic
Falrbank's Gold Dust, per pkg 18o
ti:ai ami ctrri.i..
Broken Jav i Coffee, per lb 12c
( hoice (jolmn Bio Pnlfue, per lb 2'e
f-.intns 1 eaberrv Coffee, per lb 2e
Arl'iiekh's Coffee, per pkg -'eo
i hilie Simple Tin, per lb !
Bi'l-et ) lied Japan Tea, pi r lb .'"ic
Jlonsc Furnishiiiir (toods.
i oinci it pi ooit.
Mrs Potts' Fi.d lions, per set of
3 Irons, hniu'le and stand
5 iiu in C.rnnto l'reservlng Ket
tles 6 gill. Galvanized Ash and Oaib-u-e
Cnns, worth 73c, to close,...
Lamp Oil Sloes.
Slop Jat3 with handles, worth
$i 30, to close
Willow Clotl-.is Baskets,
Our o a n ' Glob J' "Was'hboai ds,
each ...... ...... ...... ..
1 lot Woo.l-llned Stove Boards,
while tney last
Notions and Fancy Goods Dept.
Black Sewing Silk, warranted 60 fl
iiilds iur spool iiv.
K yds. Basting Cotton, black and rg
white, all numbers, per spool.. . .. .. j
Genulno De L,o" Books and Lyes
(The Hump), per card of O
' dozen " wo
Seamless Stocklnott Dress Shields,
per pair rj
Black Skirt Braid. J.
per stick v
IS 20. 2.'. 21 line Peurl Buttons, r
worth up tn 10c doz., only........ "r-'
Clai It's O. X. T. Ciochet Cotton.n J r
colors and combinations, per lia 1 O-V
Best Unpolled lee Wool, black Ifllj-.
and white, per bot of S balH....... iJj
Best ImpoiUd Sixony arn, an cr
eolors. ner skein Jj
Chenille and Ariasene,
p, r biincli
Ladles' Seamless Tan Hose, worth ICf
l,n per pair VL
Iidlts" Fast Black best Hermtdorf de,
s.amlebs, worth 23o per pair, nOAr1
bpicial .. u&j
Ladle. ' Caslimoro Hose, ribbed and
s .-unless, woith !Jo per pair, IQn
for . Sv7V
llojs' Ironclad Hose, seamless and fast
block, blzts (,', to a; woith up to tf
Men's fu-st black seamless Half tfr
Hose, silk clocked, worth 2.o pair lvl
Flannels, Blankets and Comforts.
10-1 tan und gray wool finished Blankets,
fancy borders, worth 75e, lr Ai3.f
pair , TUl
100 1M extra heavy Hoosler Gray Blankets,
fancy botdeis, woith 11.50, l,erQgfj
200 nolIi"lted Wooi 'Blankets ifs'yi iei
from $1.60 to , ..vitf0
11-1 Whlto California Blankets, all
p$,....lor. ..." 1....r"S 3.98
Our stock of Comforts is complete, from
Kk- to $1.9 worth double.
6,000 yards fancy checked Tennis fZ,r
Flannel, worth 8e. per yard ,.UV
F.lderdown Flannel ut 23c, SSoylQ,-.
and.. ., ,, ,.,, i.tuu
nieeeu White Knibroiciereil Flannel at
G9o and ooo per yard worth double.
Dig K. C, for To-morrow.
9 to 10 A. M.
Inble (HI I'lntli, per yurrl.
t'll llll s , ,
line Lhliiit silK.
al n' h iiuileM Nub ...,
, 1 7'ie
10 TO II A. M.
Ati3 HI Blbbuii 111 the hotme,prrynrili
.iieli'o lint r.eeutrinr
ldilii' I it. t I tin l tor tlii.r. lifKif..
Hiij-'k s, limit sill, irere NI.UA
II TO 12 A. Pl
CKrk's O. N' T. Thrcud
TV Sateen Lmbrelli
Ladles' Mlk Hahilkerehlefs...
All Wtl Serge, yard wide...
All Wool Flannel Suitings,.,..
.Men's HikiI Mm ks
il li Kid tJlov.
La lies' 2.V Fl i c(. I Vests
It ant-' Mill o t n lerw.-.ir ..
Children s t nt n suits . .
Ladl.s ru, Merino 1'uderwea
Cotton Pan- . . .
to Canton Flannel
BIG K. C.
Dry Goods and Shoe Store,
13th and Grand Avenue.
Will purchase a beauti
ful solid oak case Hunt
ington Piano, with all
Easy terms. Warrant
ed lor five years.
A Magnificent Assortment
of the World-Renowned
Chickerlnff & Sons,
Mason & Hamlin,
Catalogues free on ap
wwoMur n am ;, m nm
lieoBtTAIL lirilusKB wiumiii
fj 1012-1011 Walnut St..
A T.inc-n Hit.
Iia en w 01 th, lCns.
i A' a Corker,
is 7 ..J T'J ..... ..,.
unit j u uny uig
if J were yon.
10 A. M. to 11 A. M.
For one hour only we offer:
1 lot assorted styles of Vi-knrat pur and
perfect Diamond Kings, usually sold ut
DNi: IKHIt ONLV
1 lot puro and perfect W-'ur.it Diamond
Itlngs. allies iO.iw,
iim: not it iixi.v
1017 MAIN ST.
Tho Journal deliv
ered at your door f or
10 cents a week.
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DEALERS and- MANLFACIURERS
TIS H '''B1'4' l'leaslnjf Ij
B JJ il at "ur Parlors uroi
IR m Mf vcnltftu'csin ilovvnt
Our Bon Uous, I'nucy Couitiesuro the tulle of tho
town. Croani onlors promptly executed.
CORRECT VIEW0F THE CASE,
A laindnn Neevspnper Begin tn e Into
the luritgn Pidliy nt the t'nltrd
tointon, Oct. IS The Speaker lo-dny
pullhis a Ionic article ie illtitf wllli the
evolution of the foreign policy of Hie.
t'hlted Slntes.clllng nn examples the Vene.
stilt Inn nnd Cub m iittesllonn, In the course
of which It mi) si "The t'nlled Hlitte.s. ns
n grcnt power, Is coming Into foreign poli
tics, nnd U romliiR to olas-. The prnceps of
volution of American fore Inn iiolley bus
been Kmdtuit, but lininlstnknble, and III
the lust few weeks we have had Indications
of the exlxlenee of uaplMillolis which tuny
nt nnj moment lend lo the active portlel
palloti of America In n foreign wnr. Her
Intot veittloii In the' Vene7inlati dispute Is
not warranted by uny treatj or pieeedetit
of International law, ntnl enn only bo de
fetHled on the ground that the Monroe
doctrine henceforth will be netesl upon as
governing nil the foreign policy of the
Ijnlti-d Slates. And what Is more serious.
It Is not the Monroo doctrine, pure and
simple, but flint doctrine with develop
ments. Her action means that tho wenkir
states of Ametlea run count upon the as
slstnnee of the Fulled Ml ites In frontier
disputes with tins Hurop.-an colony. The
pr. sent ai tlon nndntilile,i eloes not go
am further than the Irlendlv Hiicgestloti
that wo refer the question to nrbltiatlou,
but It Is backed nnd supported by claims
wbii h logically iiolnt to a d el.tr ttlnn that
interference Willi the frontier claimed by
Venezuela would be regaid.'d In Washing
ton its tl declaration of war against the
t nlted Htati This Is n seilotis atTront,
iin.l It Is to be fi'itieil that It Is not unite
nppri-i l.itcl ut Its proper vnluo In Down
In, sin et "
The arliile sums up the situation by tn
ing that "Jluropo must und. rstand that
the people of tho United States lire de
ebled. (list of all, to prohibit, If neeeysarv
w th bijoint and title, uny etenslon of
Hiirupenn I Jtnliiloti; se'condly, that ixipular
seutltnetit In the United States enthuslastl
cnll rnvois every Insurn etlnnarv move
in. tit which nlms nt the ieniov.il of nn Iht
ii.pi an Hag from Annrban --oil This will
entail force, expenditures and cnmpllea
tions. lint thee fuels are not elearlv seen
by the American citizen who blunders
blindfold but headlong along what used to
bo called the path of manifest destiny."
llereptlie Coillltl rfelt.
Wushlngton, Oct. 12. Tho seetet sen lee
dlMslon of tho tro.istiry department his
'discovered thu existence of u eonn-
tei felt $10 silver certlncite of the
series of Jb'il, clieek letter I),
b-ur'ng the pot trait of the late Hon.
Thomas A. Hendricks. The counterfeit
Is apparently printed from an etched pliitu
of fair workmanship, nnd the general ap
pearance of the note Is verv deeeptle
The note has been "doctored' to give It
an aged appearance'.
That's the Kind
That the Best Judgc3 of
Pronounce the Best
IOOO and IO02 valnut St.
o o o o
o o o o
PUlti: .11 MM I M It! !
nil steimlng Hot Cakes
and el l up of
ai'M'in'n iiii) niTrr
Will make two very appetizing
di-heg toi bri ikfii-t. I h.iv . Jnt
reieiveel a i ou-siniuent or mapli
syiup made of pure C tnidlun tn i
ple sip that I i in guatantee us the
Klnion pun. hi th li", no vunilli tla
orlng and bieiwn sugar about It;
It's pure; ronu i iste It I" tore vnu
buv The flee distribution of that
be-t coilee of mini . lt.ilstun lleilth
I'lour bread an I Pettljohn's Bi ik
tnst Pood, In Id last week, was a
gland i access In attendance and
IM-cunlarj ieults, and jnv thanks
for your read repone to the ad
vi rtlsement aniioiinelng It lire
heal Illy jours A lot of good
things for 5011 Xlond.iv:
Austin's famou.-, go5d coffee.
.'I'j lbs $1 00
i gat pure ample Mrup (guar
1 mil. Maple Svrup, not pure .
I gal new Count! y Koirliuin .
r, lbs new Buckwheat Flour .
It il-ton Health I'lour
I'.. rllnhll'c lli-inkfr,Mt l,w,.l
(iunpeivM'i- T(.i J.'ic lb, 5 lbs
... 1 (n JW
iii!ii-riui j a, M- iu; i, iita
liolong Tea, L.,e lb: a lb .
I'ne'olored .lap in
fj '." IDs Tea hillings ; tpa
i- iu-. ,, .(-in, ii nvt.t J.I I
Highest Patent I'lour. ner ewt. 2 23 O
Ill 11, II . o 1, I n rw .m. 1-
l'uni y Patent Flour, ier cut. S 10
Patent Flour, pel owt ltd
Imp. rial Bteakfast Bacon 11
Inijur'.il Hams 12
Cnlltornla Hams (choice) su,
2J lbs Humiliated Sugar l nil
2J lbs White Sugar 1 00
I lbs Oopii Itlo Caifoe 1 i
7 lbs Broken Colfee 1 e)
4 pkgs Oil l''lTke ;
1J lbs On Flake 2.1
to lb Hominy -,
fi lbs ltlee , -s,
li lbs Bailey ,, ;-,
I lbs Tapioca i'',
1 gal. liottleil Pliklcs 2"
'. gal bottled pi kleg ii
1 ut bottle Pi, Mis 0
2 tlozi n boxes Hatches 1"
5 lbs II, ana V5
I lbs l.tma Beans ,,,, 25
G lln (Ireen Peas ;,-,
Country orders packed and sent
to depot free,
Li. 13. ATJ-STIIT,
4IM SI. In Mreiit. '
o o o o o oopo.
THE PEOPLE ARE ON
And nro judges of
Everybody Says Wo Keep
the Best SHOES.
Vo ourselves aclJnowledgo
that wo sell them 20 per
cent xmdor othors, becauso
CASH DOES IT,
0 VI ATT Shoo Company,
(105 Main St.
A MCONWtttY StCY.
1IIO MAIN STREET,
SENSATION IN UTAH.
Mummy ciipitcii maii to in: iNTr.it-
I'BltlMI IN l'lll.llll.s.
PRIESTHOOD MEET IN SECRET,
nvo rAM)iiiA'ri:sN't nt: iicmocu u-
1(1 ll(Kl:t' IIISI ll'l.l.M.t).
BOURBONS RAISE A BIG HOWL,
iiiky i liitBATii.N to mmm: iiiiu.v mi:
(It urge II. Cuiiiinii 'I lilnlt. t lie M Imle 'I lilog
IV si,,.rfMK ,,,, t,u rt nf tin, llriii-
oerilt. In I. el I hem. elves llouii
I'.nff After 'llulr Miro llefint.
Halt I.nko, V. T . Oct. 12 Political circles
ato nglttited to-day over u tepott that at u
secret meeting of the pilcsthood of the
.Mormon chinch n few dnjs ago, Hon.
Moses Thatcher and 11. II. Roberts were
dlselpllnul for pat llclpatlng In polities
without permission of the church authori
ties. Thatcher Is a i-andldalu for the sen
ate, nnd Bobetts Is a cnndlil.Uo for tepre
sentntlve. Detnoctntlc politicians construe this ns n
notice from thu chinch that tho Heptibllcun
ticket should be eli-cted.
Just why these two gentlemen weto sin
gled out for discipline, while theto are
other church olllclals on both tickets. Is
something which Uemoctatio politicians
claim they do not unuerMiind. Thev cite
the fin t that Joseph F Smith, one of thu
counsellors to tho tlrst presldencv, only ud
voiatut and urgeil the election of the Iti
pulillc.iti ticket last jear. mid that Apostle
tlohii lietitv .Smith was 11 membei and
president of the ennstltutlonal convention
tn which no cseeptlon was made byuluitch
The Democratic party has been waging u
lgorous e,iliiilgu, with the el.ilm that
their elinnres for sucress Weie nbiiut Ism,
but now nillnll that their ehalices as
ng.ilnst church Influence would be net to
hopeless. The Hepubllenns i 1 dm liiat In
the last campaign the Hi publican church
olllclals who took an active pan lu publics
had the pel mission or the chinch to do so,
whet i. -m lu the pies, nt use Mii h peimls
hlon was neither sought nor guintid.
Judge Poweis. t halrman of Hie Demo
cratic commlttn'. lu a publlshid lute i view
sajs "If we find that our ilforts aie to
be thwarted, our monev wnsted, out vle
toiy surreptitiously taki n fiiitn us, I shall
ndvlsi tho Mate committee to give me au
thority to e'all a convention of the Demo
i nits of I'tnh, giving that coiiv ntlou
power to consider tho pioptiety of lalelng
tho Democratic ticket out of the Held. ills,
band the Democratic party, and advise the
voters of I'tah to vote down the constitu
tion, and to vote la lnvor of a tvultorlil
form of government until we ate certain
tli.it all our people', fiom the higlust to
lowest, will be Iiee to act politically ns
their Judgments und their consele nces dle
tntc llveiv man In Utah must have the
M-ry fullest fn-edom of polltieal m Hon,
and no ect leslaslbal nuthotitv can be il
lovve'd In nav degree te meddle with our
(P'oi-ge M. Ciinnon, chairman of the Ite
Iiubllt.in state ientr.il eoiiiinlttee, vv.is si en.
He said sv, far as churi h liillm nee was
. oneein.'d. he had Iumi-iI nothing of It. He
said Indlcutlon pointed stronglv to a Ito
publlcau vleloty, ami he believe I the rumor
was a subterfuge of the Democrats, who
f. el they nto lost and wont an excuse for
The Argus, n Bepublcnn papT, In to-day's
lue, sivs- "lui li as the Argus deslrei it
Uepubllcnn vlctnrv, we nevertheless siy
lieie op'tilv that we prefer di lent by all
ineins. th in n vh tury we might obtain that
should be stain, d with the suspicion of
M irmuti "hiu i h ontrol or dictation "
I he II. laid, the leading Demoerutlc pa
ji l sivs "It Is In Iter, now that this
Issue his bei n inlsid. that It be settled
before I t ih becomes n state, than to meet
It when statehood becomes n reality."
I'll ill man Poweis slid this evening that
a me, ting of the terrlfurl H committee? has
bun illed for .Mondav net to discuss
the im lit., al matt, i- iui 1 It might re'sult In
tin tailing of another Detnoi ratle eonvin
tlon t ir the put pise of issuing a tlnlira
tion of In I. h nd, u. to the pmple 01 I't.ih
Must of the Lading Mormons were nut
of the i it v t lii nnd their views could
not be obtained.
UNDER SENTENCE FOR YEARS,
(lon'riinr Morrill r.udnn Z. I'. Ciinipbcil, of
Omign City, Piulir Curious Clrcllni-
Htiinies s,.ini hi , ,1 h, fSKI.
Topeka, Kns , (let. 12 (Special! A par
don was isiii tl bj novel inn .Mori III vesaer
diy to 7. T. Camplitll under i in uinstatiies
which ate well woith lelatliig. in 11,
I'ampbi II was a oiing telit,iaph opeiiilor
ut Usage City lie wis Mviii an iviukh
IhiK.ili f.irdillviiv one night width un
talmil f'.e", and whlcli w.'s destltu d to a
bank In Kans'is City. Ills business was to
hand It to the , xpiiss mi sseugei, but while
walling lor the Haiti he entered a saloon
mid heeaine t i-y nun h Intoxli ated. While
In this itiinlliloii he titber lost the mom y
or it was stolen tioui him, for when he
sobi red up lu was totallj unable to givo
anv iiivoiint of it.
lie wan uirested, of course, and when his
til.il cunio on he plc.nlid guilty, though
none of his trlonds bi lluveil that he had
knowingly made away with thu monev.
Tho Judgo sentenced htm to clglitieu
months In the pcnlteutlaty. but before ho
could bn taken Into custody ho ipd the
town, and was never heard fmni until
Juno last. His sister and brothet, who
move In tho very best soeli ty nt Topeka,
bail long given lilin up for dead, and It was
not until vesteiday that they If.umd that
for fouitien veins he had bei n living a
sober, Industrious and respectnl eitl.'.eii of
a town lu a far distant state Ills mother,
who Is now ngtl SO e.ns, pleaded vviili
(loveinor Morilll to remove Hie bin will, h
kipt her hem tiom eoming to si e her; the
pioptu of Usage City also nski d for his
pardon, and the Judge who senteiieed him
strongly urged It.
BANK FAILS ATJ5PRINGFIELD, M0
Commeriliil Haul. CIimiiI ns a Kemilt of
the r.illlc-Ilepo.ltors Uill Ho
Paid in I nil,
Sprlnglleld, M(i.. Oct. 12 The Commcrelal
hank of this city was i Instil to-night on
leiouimenihitlon nt (ionUm Jones, statu
bulk enuiliiei. W. D Shipp.ud, the cash
ier, Is temporary iccelver
Tho unplt.il stock of the bank Is J,(V0
The toliil iibsi ts aro J'j'i.UH hi. The total
liabilities am less than .',u,iini, the defioslts
are ?.U,ll; bills payable, 13,(mi, cash mi
hand nnd Bight exchange, ?nn.). The
bank was examined by Mr (Ionian Joiu s,
who finished his wotl; nn Pitda ivenlua
Tins evening li meeting of the board of
iln cc tors was held, und It was d.ildul that,
under tho ilrcuniHtances. It was best to at
ouco close the doors of tho bank mid liavo
a temporary receiver appointed until tho
secretin- of state could tuko proper ac
tion upon the lecominendatloii of tho o
unilner. The action was tiikin by thu ill
lectins In oidil that Justice might be dono
all those financially Inicie&ted In tho bank,
und to work In liaimuti with thu state)
The condition of the bank's affairs does
not Indlcato that there will bo any loss.
Depositors will bo paid In full us toon us
the nstets cull bo leallzed on.
Tho Commercial bank was organised In
July. IM, and has been In a prospeious
condition until tho panic sliuck It, and was
unable to weather tho statin.
WALLER CASE WILL SOON CLOSE
An OIIW 111 of the State Department Thlakt
tho Inelili-nt 11 III Ho Cloned Miortl-Mr.
Washington, Oct. 1.'. (Special ) "The
Waller case will be brought to an end
soon," remarked an otllclal of the state
depaitmene to-day. "So one knows what
the tesult will be," lie continued, "but
whatever It Is, we will know," It was sug
geied that as the Ficnch had been vic
torious, In Madagascar, they could now
afford to allow Wall r to go lieu, even
should It appear that he was guilty, us
lepresented by the French. Then, ugulu,
It was suggested that the Fiench might
conclude to let him out of prison and en
loin uooa blm that ha uhould never vet
fool III Mn Imtnucnr, nnd nln conflsenle
hl loncesskMin fiom the Ilovun uovern
Ini III I'lil" In the wrt of spei ulillon In
dulneil In li Hie state depnrtnunt oill, lil
This retails the fact that all" r s con
I nt lot) lias nhvnjs bei n that hi. whnle
tioulde orlnlniit.il liv reason of the fml
that he hnd n v iliinl'itp eonecKsloti nnd the
I'tetich nutliorltles vviintnl II The plan,
ns iniK-gs(,, in the olllclnl, would It iw
the I'rtiuh gaining the eoncenlon, w hie h
Is the very thing they went nfter orlulfml
Iv. Shoiilil the 1'rencli ntithorltlet e-om-lndo
to let Waller out on Ihls cnndltloh. It wns
observesl b the olllelal that the matter of
iidjiislng innpetly rlrhts, incliidhiu Indetn
tilty, might nime luitr, but It might take
lift v or n bundled enrs to brltiK nlirtut
Hunt si ttlement, a lid In nil such rum only
nbiiut 1 '! cent ever rentdi llnal adjudica
tion. Consul (leturnl Morss has bvn lrn In
struetlons covering icrtalti fntiires of the
ensi , lehitlve to the liuitlet of teiirhlllK,
ii toncliisliiu about the iluntictal damuKe
lo Waller. This pnlt of the work
Keen to him tuiluntll lu tho cla"
sllleatlon of business, and while
he has nothing tn do with tho diplomatic
i nd of It. the illplotn.itle brntu h of the le
gation has Utile to do with the lliuiticlil
pint of the Waller ease, that reverlltig
to the II n it tit In 1 end of the legislation pte
slded over b Mutss.
Setrelilty Oliiey linn given Moist In
sliuetloiis how lo proceed In his part of
tho case' It Is believed that Morns Inav
be able lo complete his end of the lecurd
In due time, possibly bv the losn of this
iidtnlnlstiatloti. but completing the tcenrd
In an Intel nntlnuiil tingle Is nut getting
cash to piy for damages pt rpettattd, by
DEMOCRATS ARE GOLDBUGS.
siintor ( handler Mums Unit l.lttle III-
mctulll-t Hiivn to lltipe I toiii tlte Hiiur
bull, A Coll f, rem e I'rnpoMil.
Denver, Col., Oct. 12. In a letter to T. C.
On ton, Mi.tct.uy of the Bepubll in State
League of Coloimlo, urging Hi publicans of
this stale to stand llrtnl with Hie na
tional organlz itlon. Senator Chandler, of
New llnnipshlte, sajs: ' I'ho ItepulilliMn
p.nty will go Into the net presideutlil
battle pledged lo blinetaillstu, wbiih 1 be
lieve its sure ns light Is light will win.
"On the other hand, the Dcinoeiatlc lead
eis the men who dominate and e-onttol
Its u itlonul lnlluetice, patronage and or
ginli'alloii, lire gold iiioiiiiiuetalllsts. Pies.
Ideal Clevelnnd and his admlnlstiatlou lire
absiilntely In the bauds of .Mi. .1 l'leipont
Mnig.in and his sviullcate of foreign bank
els, they are iigalnsf sllvir as a motley
metal and tliey me eomiuitted to gold
mouotmtnlll.Mti With the pattonnge of
the' BoMTiiment, with money manipulated
by William C. W hlliie and Call In S
Bilce, the Demounts ale hopelesslv sub
ju gut I'd and their next national convention
will be as hostile to the pilmlplis of bl
inetnlllsm ns are the Btigllsli cmllfors who
propose to exact the pound of lb sh ftom
their elebtois In nil luits of Ihe wotlil. It
ly the height of folk for nnj liltuetalllst
lo com live that nn thing but gold mono
metallism can conn from another Deiuo
etatlc me tltui.it victor.
"We blineinlllsts outnumber the gold
monomet illlsts of the world 1") to 1, nnd
nei d not fear that we shall not eventually
"With a practical suggestion I close. A
bimetallic eonferenee held In the United
States will be attended by representatives
from all W'estein liemispheie governmints
and from Ihe governments of Itussla,
I'tance. Japan nnd China. Bimetallic oi
ganUatlons lu Canada. India and every
other eountr will send delegates. The
decision of the conference that silver
should be coined without limit at the ratio
of I.",1., to 1 will be lrrestable, even by Hn
glaiul and Clcrmaiiy. Our congiess should
cull a confeii nee and piovlde for paying
FIERCE BATTLE IN A PRISON.
Mxtien Men 1 nguge in niilllet lu tho St.
losepli dull Two 1'iitiill) Hurt
Mild Htbern mm, led.
St. Joseph, Mo.. Oct. 1-'. (Special.) Six
teen of the most desperate men ever con
lined in the count Jail here engaged In u
battle this evening In the corrldoin of the
prison nnd ns a result mo men will llkelv
tile and all the others ato more or less
b.iell hut t.
An old feud has existed betvvein the
train robber. Pat Crowe, and the vvite
murdcier, Thomas Piinslilon. Punsh'uii
gave the officers Information about the
big Jail deliver a year ago. and his life
his repeatedly been thn utcued since.
Haiti man had his following In the Jail.
Hostilities weie precipitated to-day when
Piiiikliioii and his gang held up lour xisi
tois from S.iu Antonio, who had culled to
see Murderer O'Ncll. The visitors showed
tight ami Wire binllv beaten. Clowe an I
bis ciDWd came to the rescue of the lsl
tots, who were thus en.ilil, I to escape
Puiishlon und two negtoes later Jumped
onto Crone ami while the negtoes h hi
the di sperado, Punshinn uium n Ifullv licit
him ovei the head with a bei r buttle' Tho
other pristine! i Joined In the light nnd
Deputy Sherllf Frank Bench opened llio
with a revolver, nille Stewart, alias Snow
ball, a negro and an ex-convlct, now In
jail for highway robber), was shot In the
left side near tho heart and will likely ili, .
No oth r shots took elfeet Charles Har
ris ic. olvesl u fr.ietuieil skull und is un
ciuiM Ions Pat Crowe's head Is a mass of
cuts und brills, s. Puiishlon and his
fib nds uie ull more or It sS badly hurt
The prisoners wire driven Into Hi, Ir cells
by mined deputies, when th. v will be
i untitled. Punshinn U iiti.lt r sentence to
be hanged, but the i xe utlnn is il. f, rrej,
pending .a decision by the sup! clue court.
IT DOES HELPTHE FOREIGNER.
Wool I'tpnrts rrom Hriiginiv II ivn 'I reldeil
Simo llm I'a-sigti of Hie U ll-nii
I no lnile mil.
Waphlngton. Oct. 12. As a result of the
iepe.il of the wool duties, the expotts from
I'rugitay to the Tutted States have nearly
H ebled, and aceonllng to figures supplied
to the state department by I'nlted Slates
Coiisul Hdgar Scluium, at Manto Vld. o,
they leached during tho past fiscal year
J.l,u7"i,S.W, and n still larger Imrense Is ex
ilic ted for the calendar )ear, has, d on the
he.il ordei.s fiom Ameiici for vvools.
The niiisul ipiotes tiom a hading newspa
per ol I'riiMi ly u statement time as the
tommy has, lured so well from the repeal
of the law. it woiill be will tor tho gov
ernment of I rugua) on Its pint to secure
miiiui iidv ntitages to Hie Importation of
?si)tth American piodiiiis us the most
ni in tlenlilit means of fnstuiug these grow
ing loinmerelul relatluna, so luomibliig of
Lena llriitvngel llinliill) Ah..iiiIIh hy n
Jvegrn I'mir Men Anesleil anil a
I lulling Ma) III cur.
C.itnilllon. Mo., (I t. 12 (Special 1 Almilt
I o'clc, k )eteida) uiniiioun while Ml
Lena Bintveigtl, ,iu , 17. was tin In r way to
her home, about three miles tiom here, In
tump my with her slstu. Minnie Kluker.
elm was met by n voung ingio at a loin ly
si tit on the roid und Insulted b) him Tim
fclrl-, hinted to run Win n Ihe mail caught
Mi.s Bratveigil, iliiigg.il her into n nun
tit Iti und biiit.tllv assaulted her. j,.r
siiiauis attr.i lid the an. nil. m of Webster
Calhoun, who lan towunl Die pi.;, e, but
tin- negio inanaged to iuiu.
Calhoun took ihe gill homo and then
fame lo town an I gave the alat in Oilheis
Immediate I) begun a siuich and so tar
have ui it ied four young negroes Thn
people uie deeply iiniiixid und il the girl
Identities an) of tho iiilvupers theie will
almost cnia.nl be a 1) aching to-night.
Colonel Ullllmin, Who Ohio Held 1 li it
Honor, Hits ut Wa.hliigluii, Aged (la
Menibtrof I Ir-t linn is I.egUliHure,
Wuslilugtou. Oct. 12. Colonel Hampton
It Deuhani died heie yesterday, uged i.
Ho was bone In Ohio, and was reltted to
the Blaine and Hiving families. He went
to California In 1M0, und was one of the
Biuker relief paity nhhli cunled firovls
lons acroa the iiiount.iiiia to starving im
migrants. He was thu llm major of
l.eavt nwortli, Kas., and a member of tho
tlrst KiuiMis levlslature,
liny Want ttc c Iprmity
Atlanta, (la., Oct. 12 The runner's
National Congress adopted u resolution
to-day favoring recipioclty betwten tho
I'nltid States and the South American und
Central American countries. There wus
ver) little discussion, the farmcis being
of one mind. This action is In part due
to the addresses yesterday by Senator
Yunes, of Venezuela und Mr. Bates, of
i . e, 1 '
50-CtNr GAS burns just ;t3
well as dollar gas, but the bil.s
arc only half as large. Our S20
and $25 Made to Order Dress and
Business tints are as good as $40
and $50 Suits, but only cose
half as much. A good thing
at half price is just as good as
though you paid twice as much
for it. This is the case with
our $20 and $25 Suits and l7ine
Fall Overcoats. You SAVE
half and gel the best.
F. B. ROBESON
'I hn l u')tirntlif t ,illor,
824 Delaware St.
Just lleli.w tllfl Jllll Hon.
A CHANCE FOR JUDGE BLACK.
'Ihe Hull . Ill)lln l Being strnngly I rgeel
fur Clllnf .lll.llienl till. Itl.lil.lt
Washington, Oct. 2 (Speol il) Judgo
Francis M. Black, of K.inis City, it. fold
ing to Attornc) Cieneral Harmon, has bd n
strongly recommended for appointment is
Justice In the Indian Teirltor), to take tho
place of Chief Justice Stiuiit, resigned It
appears that some lelteis by wn of re
commendation have been sent to the de
paitment In favor of Judge Black. It is
rlntmeil that some of Hie inetnbi rs of thn
supreme couit of Missouri and some of the)
i x-Justke'S of the state and othcis promi
nent in the stale have In some wav, as it
huppens. Infoimcd the attorn, y g. in ral of
Judge Black's Illness ror ttu- place It al i
happens that someone h.'i'i Inn le.iehe m
the tnattir f.ivoinble to I Hack who is will
known to the attorney gi icrnl, and In 311
neetlon with tills comeii the su-g. stion
Impiessed upon Hie attorney gen. nil that
the Judli ial svsdin of tne fnduin Ti rrltory
would be greatly Impioved by liavln..- som -one
appointed lo the ln-nch In that . ouniiy
who is a l.ivv)er and a judge.
The department Is In Ing Impressed w Hi
the claims of Inennip, teticy chirgef 'o
Judges Kilgoie and Springer, an I Hi. r
lintltn, ss for the positions thev hoi, It
has iiIm. oeeuir.'tl to the attorn, v g nrr,i
that it might be mil to have .im. ..no i
polntid who would be a nnnpi t. at li c f
Jiistl. e, ttul owing to the f.n t th it the tlst
nouiimitlons to be conllrmtd bv the s n
ate will be ellli f Justices, iti'i'utr'inp to
law. the claim Is made that It w ml I be
well to appoint Bl-irk, have him cmllrm. d
b) the senate before either of tl. en iu r
two. antl thus. In this way. in ik. him
thief justice of the Indian TetrUut a
$Ti.0"i per ) ear The attomev gnni il .s
to-ilay that he hug not heard fuun i
presld-nt aboiit the mattei nnd .tl I r
know whclher the appointment ail
made before tho convening of enngi r
not. but expects to find out vuri s i s
tho president will be on hand to i i ,1
the uiiitti r
MR. BOUTWELL ON THE A. P, A.
Ho Hoes .Sot 'I libit: 'tin re In n Neies.
for lb,, (irg-iul itlnn ut the
I'leient 'I hue.
Boston. Orf. 1J The political dlnr.r
tho jt'tir ws re Inaugurated this n'l t
by the Middle sx Club, at Voun. -t
neailv Ui pmminent Hi publl. ans
present. Iiisappolntni. nt was. expi -.
the absent i of S. nator Hour. vvl'.. w
bt the chief speaker of the ufteru.n.u
who was di tallied by ilini-s.s. !-. n .
Brackctt fire-sided, and among Hi. .
spoke were ex-ilovetnor Houtwell
lector of the Port of Bos-tnti A. l I
and nepresetilntlve Samuel W" M.i
Mr. Uuu I well said regarllngth" I
"Wo ate nsked by our Democraii t
f i lends to make Home di finite m u
regarding il secret orgtinlzalluii m
state. 1 think It Is always well pe...
accept the advice of enemies, as it i
ways open to siis,, ion This ort,.in .
htm not disturbed the p iblic peiu . , n
favor, d the piililie s. hool svstein it
filetul of the goveiiinuut Insiltutinns i. i
Willi h we live nnd the Institution w
are .imiinc us. If tin v wen as i
should di fen I tliein We do nut i
fore, see thai the exist, nee of tins
lruHnn Is nerest..ir), ten- ne d imi i
that our public lii.tltutlons are In li
MAIL CARS ON STREET ROADS
Citeiiklmi of the s,.nlt i n, ,
uieniled by Hie Sirinnl Anltaur
Wnsblnglou cti-t 12 Second Assl
Postni'ister (leneral N'ellson, win
ehnrgo of the nillw ty mail, tho sti..t
mull and tin wngoii mall servlti, will
omuie nd tn Ills annual lepoit un exi
of the seivlfc on street i.iilvvnys. lb
tound the experinu nts iu that .Hi
very favornbl) reeelvetl and meeili
great eiieoiiragement It is esiii t 1 Ih
sired by people living lu Hu s.n
teuched by lu fast stieit rullwuv
Mr. .Wilson says Hint tho dVmiiu.ls
for str.et rullway si nice excec I th.
proprlatlon, and Hi it no more x'i i
can be made until after the next in
nrlntlon bill ts n-issed. and it then .1 i
upon congress vvh. tiler money titer, foi
Hopeful nt Hot spring..
Utile lloel;. Ark. Oct. 12.-Cov e" r
Clark. 's piiiiiiiiielniue nto against tin n nt
see ins to hive had little nffci t on man ri
at Hot Spiings, ami the indlciitle.us , in
that tho light will bo brought ott u j
Attoiney Muttlii was. here list night i .it
Is said tn tune bad .1 long cunf, r. in w Hi
the iiuthollties. but limbing ts kiiovvi f
what passed between ilum, as Mr Mi.ti
eluded tho newspatitr men
A iapocl.il li om Hot Siulngs to the o. i 1.
eiat, teeeivid this atternoiui, i) in
Vendlg, luanager of Ihe Florida All(.ii
Club, und 8 C Haller ihlirofbun ,r
Infoi inatioti. nni'e.l Hits morning V ' -grain
fiom Hiadv sis lie vvlll uirK iq
liiglit Haller Is lure lo Hrrango f. I 'tl
m i omiiindatious for those utten.iiti nto
light lb sajs ull the hotels and tiuin if
houses of Utile Bock, T x. ultima and in
tervenlng towns will be till, d III u l Iillor- to
all available ut iiitiimcliitliitiK luu Hit
Spline's ciinnot house i than .' utvi u
is estimutcd that .m mo pie will itn tn
the state to utiei I the light, lmlujlug
many mm of wealth.
Siiritir) Carll.le It ll'llleeil,
Boston, Oct 12 Tho meeting of thn
Mtissacbuseltsi He form Club at tho Vrn
domo lo-pl-jht was nn ovation to Si ere
tar)' Cat lisle, and his speech on do
finances of tin goveruuunt under the p -
nit iidinliiistraliou was listened to wth
gtvatist ItHirest Th fcccrotury upm
his arrival In the ct) was welcoiiKt by
the dinner coiumltteit of tin club nil I is
csitutt'il to tho hot I while u rf ' n
was tendered him. An hour was sjw i i li
glacial introduction and li iiid-lia'cle- l
shortly after 7 o". loi k lie vva cut ri '- I
lit a baiufuet. t tho eon. lusln-i pf "-o
buiufiict I'lesptetii Hale ratip.ti lor c ',
and Secretary Curll le made u lergth 1
dress on tho llnanel.il eiuestlon lu vv' h
he tall the silver sentiment was ) !o "Ut
and advocated the ndmlnlstratloii ir '"
tury policy on the same' lines as In hU
AUK "STANUARUOF JIKltlT."
ileuui. .it eciie-s
Mr. V$ f