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VOhtLMR XXXV II T, NO. 17.
KANSAS CLTV.NOVKMIJKn l(i, J8i)5.- TWKIjVK PACiKS.
PRICK TWO CUNTS.
We Advise You to
And mako your selections whilo you havo a largo
variety to soloct from. Fresh and novol designs in
WliDQIiWOOl), DRnSDHN. HI-U.RIJK, ROYAL
WORClsSTKR, PLORUNTINI2, DKLEJT AND
$YSZ rjj&fe Jdftr&
Our winter stock lins been
heaped In upon us
Out Here on Grand Ave
until our blp store Is .almost
groanliirr under the weight
Heavy Winter Shoes.
Prices are 23c to $t lower
than Main street high rent
ers can afford to sell them
1413 GRAND AVE,
Quinine (best imp.) per a., 37c
1.000 lloves of 100 Each
per liox, 12c
Soap, 30 per cent. Glycerine,
3 cakes 21c
Guaranteed bolter than rears'.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
Loading Cut Roto Druggists,
1807 SVlABSVi ST.
to be liail
7KB Main St.
till.-. .M;i hi st
i NORMAN & ROBERTSON,
AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE.
'It'lvphoua sona. 10 i:ut ntu M.
A iii:moL'i(.vt with a t'o.NMii:.ci:.
Decline) a l'laie to tVlilcli tlo ITai 1'lected
'lhrouch I r.iicliL'i).
Louisville, Ky Nov, 15, The Times says
that A, J. Caitol, ex-speaker of the Ken.
tucky house, will refuse his certificate of
re-election to tho leulslatuie, because It Is
alleged he secured thu place thioutih Itc.
publican treachery. Ills llepubllcai) oi
jioneut In the dlsttlct withdrew before tho
election without noticing tho public, and
as a rule the ballots were Issued without
u Republican candidate In opposition to tho
ex-speuker. The Itopubllcau nominee's
com? hus bun severel) londeimud and
Mr. Cairoll Is said to have dtcldid to ic-
it'll lather than prollt by the alleged
titsichei). He will probably be a candi
date at the special ejection next year, und
id expected to sweep the district. 1
Tho Colorado bprlucs llobbery. I
Denver, Col., Nov, 15. It Is believed nt
police headquarters In this lty that the
uiuount ot mono stolen from thu WVII
I'arriO 1 xpress Company t Coloiado
Springs was i.W), Instead of ?2o,uOJ, as
gle;t at the tunu of the lobbery. The old
clals oi me company arc cxiicuieiy reu
ient, And so fur us known no tangible clue
to ttit'ft&ueni iiia USA tuuad.
R A MAN'S
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ptQ.oo mm i
an n iH Jt mm sV. "' ..' Tt Z
He Only mMM'
S To buy Fine Underwear ?
V is at I
I 1016 MAUI STREET,
Agency Dunlnp Hats.
So Are We.
In fact, wo tire horo with
a now Htock of HO lit DAY
GOODS, and moro coming
A KANSAS TEMPERANCE ROW.
Lender of tlie Slain Tonipcriturn 1'nloii
hcrloiuly nt Outs 1. 1.. ltohy vs.
Topok.i, Kas., Nov. 35. (Special ) A tem
perance row of largo dimensions la In
progress among the active workers In Knn
sas. It has taken the form of a newspaper
controversy between Ilev. Richard Wake,
president of the State Temperance Union,
nnd L. L. ltohy, until very recently secre
tary of tho a inio organization. Mr. Roby
It editor of tho Kansas Cndeavorcr,
through which he Urns hot "hot nt Hi other
Wake, and the lattwr Is editor of the Kan
sas Temperance Monitor, which Is his me
dium foi getting buck tit Mr. ltohy.
Mr. Roby says. In the last lssuo of the
nmlcavoier: "Prom July 4 to September
'11 vlltlhillv nnthlnir tins lioon done lv llio
I State Tempeiance l'nlon except to pay a
I salary to the president (Mr. Wake). Some
sitpeiannuntcu .vietnouist ministers imiu
)laced on tho charity list as spenkeis. The
executive committee meeting was attended
by only a half-dozen members, most of
whom expected to bo emplo)ed by tho
board In some capuclty, for which they
should receive money from the union."
Mr. Itobv irlvcs these as the reasons why
he resigned tho secretatyshlp a short time
Mr. Wake comes back at Mr. Itobv In
this week's issue of tho Temperance Moni
tor, and denies nil of llobv's statements.
He says fnttber tli.it It lb a fortunate thliiK
for the Temperance Union that Mr. ltoby
Kot out of It. He regents his unKonetotis
lllncs at the Methodist chuivh, anil con
cludes by s.ilnfr "We have heard of men
who somotlmes tell the truth by nreldent.
No such incident occurred to tho odltur of
the Kiideavorer when he penned the aitlelo
from which we havo quotod. Not n slnsle
statement Is correct except tho final one,
which Is that tho secietaiy and treasurer
have nslmiPd their positions. As some of
us havo been in the temperance work be
fore I.. I.. Itobv was born, and hae been
associated with the State Temperance
l'nlon from Us oiiranlatlon, devoting much
time and mone In Its behalf, while he lias
done neither, so far as known, we shall
piob.ibly Mil vivo his withdrawal of conll
Ucnce." MAJOR HUDS0IT0 RETIRE.
All lll Connection With tho "Tnprlcn Hull-
ly Capital" to Ho Siereil 'lo-nior
Topeka, Tov. 15. (Special.) With the
Sunday inornlnpr Issue of tho Topeka Dally
Capital, Major J. K. Hudson will retire as
edltor-In-chlef, as well as surrender any
financial connection with the papor.
SpcaklnB of tho chniiRe, ono of tho stock
holders In tho paper said to-day: "Tho
Capital will pass into tho control of John
11. and David W. Mulane, thty halnjr
purchased a controlling tntciestlu tho stock
1 of the Topeka Capital Company and al.-o
the mortsaKes covering the Capital plant,
amounting to nearly iCT.oi'u. Ther were
(') llIlle of the capital stock, nnd JI0 of
tln.su shares were sold by Major llud'on
to Mti011s parties with tho undirstandlnff
that tho plant should be rlc.11 oil of Its
indebtedness. .Major Hudson's 3W shares
were deposited with J. II Mulvane, trustee,
as collateral security against the otitstand
liiff debts, the agreement helm? that these
shales rhotilil bo told whenever It became
11eeesh.1i) to protect the other shnn holders.
Tli foreclosure proceedings recently be
pan by Haker ami otlmsi JeopardU.d the
Interests of the minority stockholders to
such an extent that Major Hudson piompt
lv ordered his majority stuck to be sold
for their protection nnd benefit, subject of
course, to the wulous outstuinlinFr mort
pasres. The Mulvants hae purchused Zto
shares of sto.-k at a nominal limine aril
will at oneo take charge of the properts.
while M'ujor Hudson, after a stormy and
eentful careei of seventeen yeai-s as pub
lisher of tlif Capita, will step down and
out. It Is understood that tho policy of the
paper will not be materially chatmed, and
that for the piesent, at least, the busi
ness management will remain the same.
i.r.ijnr Hudson will i;lve bs whole tlmo
to the state pi Inter's olllee, which he ex
pects to hold four years."
There has been some talk In political
circles to tho effect that Davo MuUane
would bo edltor-In-chlef to succeed Major
Hudson, but It Is all Idle. Mr. Mulvane
slated to-nleht that there was no founda
tion for tho report. "I am nraetlelnt.' law."
lie said, "and havo no Intention nor In
ellnatlorv to edit a newspaper."
MTUM.W, I'AVOIt TO IlKlt.MANT.
M'ay llo 1 rouble Over a Couiriislon Ornnteil
In llrr by China.
London, Nov. 13, special dispatch re
ceived hero from ShanKhnl says that It U
positively stnted that China has atrreed
thnt Clcrm.ni) shall occupy ono of the
Islands near tho entrance to tho seaport of
Amoy for the purpose of establishing1 a
nnal yard and a coal depot. Tt Is added
that It is feared that this step will bu fol
lowed by International complications, as
Franco and Itiu.sU nio certain to seek sim
bOI.IIUUth Wl.'ltl-: MIsSKI),
Kuiiins Townlili Truktous fiklpped borne
la 'lulvlnt; thu CeniiM.
Topeka, Kas Nov, IS. (Special.) J, N,
Hairlson, adjutant general of tho Kanras
Q. A, 11. , s.is he has found forty-seven
old Boldlers In three wards of the city of
Ottawa who were not listed In thu census
taken by township tiustees and compiled
by tho agricultural depaitiuent. Ho also
claims to hae Information from dllfeient
parts of the state whbh convinces him that
the total of 33,GoO old soldiers put out by
the census Is many thousands off.
tchi; 1x1:1; 11 was c.hii:m;b.
luTOitlgatloa ot the Ittcunt Detroit Dliut
tor Ihidvr Wuy,
Detroit. Mich., Nov, 11. At the opcnlntr
of tho grand jury Investigation Into the
Journal bulldlnj; explosion to-day, strong
evidence wus adduced tending to show
cross carelessness on tho pait of Hnplneer
Thompson, who, It was stated, left his
boilers often to bo watched by Inexperi
enced persons, and that the steam pi ess
ure and height of water were at times Illy
Asphalt Company "ituu,
Peoria, III., Nov, 13. After a ten days'
hotly contested trial, the Juiy this morning
leturned u erdlet ugalnst the tlty of l'e
orla In faor of rruln-liambrlck Company
for fSj.l'Jl.l'J, In payment tor asphalt pave
ment laid one year ago. The city had
contested payment, ch.uglng that land as
phalt was used, and that the material was
''not equal to the best Trinidad pitch lJke
asphult ' us stipulated In the contiact.
Turkey free w 1th every purchase amount-
Ini ti, 1IO if inArn uf Tha II, 1V1 ..ml Ihe
. great Astlsmee Sole prkM WYiUknf. IHlft't I
1 all U) 4 no a.& A i
Not buy of the makers? The dealers do.
You are as good as they-
OUJi SPECIAL LJNJSS OP
$10.00, $12.00, $85.00
Arc very popular prices for fine clothing, oven for dealers.
By buying of us you save the middle man's profits.
Money back if you want it.
BROWNING, KING k GO.
Largest Manufacturers of Clothing in the World.
and 1103 Main
JOHN R. TANNER'S AMBITION.
It In to Ho tho Next (lotr-rnnr of IlllnoU
tlltlmiitn (lout .liny tin Clio United
Chicago. Ill,, Nov. 1,. At a meeting of
the Republican stale central committee
hern to-day, John R. Tanner, tho well
known chairman, resigned that position
and announced thnt ho did fo In order to
place himself at liberty to work openly for
the gubernatorial nomination next spring.
Washington, Nov 13. "John IL Tanner
Is .a certain candidate for governor," said
Senator Shelby M. Cullom, to-day, com
menting uivon tho rumoied resignation ot
Chalrmin Tanner from the st ite commit
tee. "Ho will stump the state with Con
gressman Hopkins and win the nomination
oaslly against the entire Held."
The senator was manifestly pleased nt
the outlook for Tanner.
It Is current gossip here to-day among
Illinois Republicans that Tanner's goal Is
the United States senate, wlu-re he will
sit besldo his political patron. Senator Cul
lom. If Tanner Is elected governor It In -t-pected
that ho will bo chosen senator to
succeed li!mer. In the senate Tanner, It
Is said, would tako his place with the
"silent statu men" like Quav, Murphy nnd
Cameron, and will take little or no stock
In speech ma king, hut pull wires with nlne
rlty It Is ono of Mr. Tanner's political
characteristics to leae kpcechmaklng
strictly to others.
ENGLAND MAY GET CUBA.
Itoported lluit Spain May turn the Islam!
Out to Jobil Hull nil Her
San Antonio, Tex., Nov, 13 A report
from Mexico City, dated November I, s.i)s:
A prominent Spaniard here, who Is In
close touch with the Spansh government,
sns that before Spain will concede Cuban
Independence or permit the Island to come
under a United States protectorate, or
rule, she will throw Cuba Into the hands
of England, conceding to Ungland ostensi
ble possession for a, number of years until
F'nglaiwl colleetH the sum of money which
Is due her ftom Spain for iuIluicls made
to carry on the war with Cuba.
Springfield, O, Nov. 15 In an animated
discussion by Mitchell post, G A. 11, ot
the Cuban question. General J. Warren
K el for, ex-sne.iker, claimed that the Unit
ed States could not consistently locognl.'.o
the Cuban pitrlots as belligerents for the
re'ison that the United States protested
when European powers so lecognlzed tho
New York. Nov. in A World dlspitch
f 1 0111 Mexico City says: The sentiment In
favor ot Cuba Is spreading through I.ntln
America, It Is believed If the United
StaKs should recognize Cubi, nil the I.itln
American countries would follow the ex
ample within u. fortnight.
MR. SPOFFORD'S SHORTAGE.
Illti'stlgitlon Dclop.id Xntblng Itrllrrt
lllg Upon I llo Honrity oT the Venrr
aldn l.lbr irl 111 of ongr.'i.
Washington, Nov. 15 -The clerks In tho
oflloo of tho auditor for the Btate depart
ment have practically completed their In
vestigation of the a. counts of Mr. Spof
ford, the librarian of congiess, and their
report Is expected to be laid hi fore Socie
tal) Caillslo e.uly In the coming week
and by htm trausmltte.1 10 the piesldcnt.
All of tho-e loiu.ined in the Investigation
nro extiomcl) letlcent lis to their (hidings,
but It Is understood that nothing has been
developed more serous than g.ner.il e.ue
lessnus and a oiy loose s)siem of hand
ling nnd .11 counting for moneys iccohed
fimn cop) lights All shouage It Is un
derstood, weiu made good by Mr Spofford
as soon as tlm exact amounts weie ascer
tained. Nothing, tt Is believed, has been
ascertained involving Mr. Spolford's per
D 0CT0RS OF 0KLAH0 M A.
Seml-Annuat Meeting of thei Terrltorlil
Meilli.il Amtoi'hitloii -Member Him-
pointed for AdvortlHlng.
Oklahoma City, O, T., Nov. IS. (Special.)
The Territoil.il Medical Association held
Its semi-annual convention hi this city yes
terday, attended 'by eminent physicians nnd
surgeons from all over the teriltory. A
number also tamo fiom Kanaas, Colonel
J, W. Johnson delivered the address ot
welcome, and Dr. U. Hams Iluxton. Outli
ne, lespondid. The programme embraced
many pipers ot Inteiest by ph)slclans
from abioad. Ono of tho best was lead by
I)r, lieitha Campbell, n V.0UH111 doctor from
The association has eighty members, nnd
over tuo.thlrds of them were present.
Dr. J. It. Mcllv.ilu, of this city, was sus
pended for unprofessional conduct In ad
vertlslng hls business.
A ltoyal Ducreo litis Horn Promulgated
KiUliliililui; Three Kliuia,
Washington, Nov, 13. Tho first lmpulo
of the inovo of clvlllzitlon In Core.a lesult
Ing from the China-Japan war Is noted In
a dispatch to the state department from
United States Minister Sill, transmitting .1
loyal decici! establishing a. s)stem of
achools In that country. Tho puipose, as
quaintly ixpressed In tho decice. Is that
''children shall bo taught In order that tho
people may bo educated; that a general
know ledge may be diffused and men of
ability may be raised up to till the various
Theie are three kinds of schools govern
ment, public (under the cue of tlm m.igis
tracy or piefectures) und ptivate schools.
A t-OSSlJII.il Ui' UIIAl.I.llMUUt.
IMltor of hlrand Magazine .tiny Como for
II10 Yachting Ir.ipb),
New York, Nov. 15. A special dispatch
to tho Times from JxhhIou says: Sir
deorge Nevvnes, tlie millionaire owner of
the Strand' Muguzlne, und of Tld-llits, for
merly the Liberal member for Newmaiket.
lias resolveel to give uu order for the most
perfect thing In yachts of which ltrltish
tclenco Is capable, and next )ear, whin
the piesent tow shall huve blown over, ho
will lssuo a. challenge for the America' a
and II Eleventh St.
THE CZAR HASA DAUGHTER.
A lliili.lsniuo tllrl and Alrcmljr Named Olgn
Orp.it (Inind.liiiigtitor eif jufn
St. Petersburg, Nov. 33 Tlie ncconch
ment of tho czarina occuneU this evening,
At 9 o'clock a dnughtrr was bom to the
C7.ir and czarina. Court ph)slclans in nt
tendnnco roort the chilli to bo 11 handsome
girl, and they add that the mother Is rapid
Services connected with the birth of the
Infant were held in accordance with the
rites of the orthodox lireek church. The
baby has been named Olga.
The czarina (Grand Duclio'ii Alexandria
reoclorovnn), was born nt Darmstadt,
Hesse June C, 1ST.". Slio was tin, Princess
Allx Mctorla I.oulse Heatrice, ot Hism,
and was marrb'd to Czar Nicholas II. on
.November 28, lS'Jl. In lurordiuue with tho
laws of Russia and by manifesto issued
by the Czar Nicholas on the '.'lst day of
October (old style), 1S9-I. alio was rename.!
Alexdie Kecidomvna nnd received tin- title
of grand duchess and Imperial highness.
I'llncess Allx was the daugliKr of Cliari.!
Duke I.ouis IV. of IIe-si, and of Alice,
prince, of Orent llrllaln and Iteland.
thlid child and second daughter of Queen
Victoria. Her brother Is the puscnt Grand
Duke of Hesse: her sister, Iiene, Is the
wife ot Trlnce Henry, of Prussia; anollier
bister, l'rlneess Kllzaboth, Is the wife of
tho Grand Duko Seiglus, of Russia, and
her oldest sister Is tho wife of 1'rlnc.u
I.ouls of llnttenburg.
When l'rlneess Allx was but 12 vcarsi of
nge, and while In attenflaiice nt the wed
ding of her sister Ellzalieth. she met Nich
olas, then grand duke, who was In his
ifith joar. The chlldien beramo attachil
to each other, but the crarovltohs affec
tion for the princess was diverted for some
time. Six )e,irs later her father m id .1
visit to the iciissmn court, accompanied by
I Pilni-ess Alix, nnd her presence in tho
I Russian capital was the means of renewing
I IhUr liking for each other, but tho prln-
i:ca ii- i.iuii mi urueui J.illllfi ,111, null llir.
question ot havlric,.to Iwcome a member
of the orthodox Giotdc church had to bo
Owing to the 111 health and subsequent
death of the czar. Alexander III , Him imr
rl.ige of 1'rineess Allx and Nicholas was
hastened. Com eslons such as never be
fore secured In embracing the oithodox
filth were obtained from the holy synod.
The princtss was not requited to declare
her former religion to be aecuisid, nor
thnt her conversion was due to the con
viction thnt the truth lies not with li. r
own, but with the Russian church. The
holy synod was satisfied with the simple
declaration that Hie princess iolne I the
Gieek church in older to be of tho same
religion ns her husband.
CURRENCY AND STAMPS.
homo Interesting Figures a to Their Pro
duction b) the Itlireiill of ITngruv
Ing and Printing.
Washington, Nov 13. Claude M John
son, chief of the bureau of engnvlng and
printing, In his annual report to tho so. ro
tary of the treasury, stales that during
the year theie weie completed and dllv
eieel lCl'llAS sheets of United States not. s,
tieasury notes, gold nnd silver c. itltl. ates.
bonds and ri.itioii.il hank notes, :il.r.lJ,S..S'
sheets of Internal levenue stamps, lisiell
slieetn of customs stamps; .'l.STt.tS'l sheers
of udhcslvt pohtage stiuniis, and 1,05o,1!0j
cheeks, cei tliicat. s, drafts, ele
Tho aggregate number of sheets was 70.
SW,K!3, exceeding the deliveries In nny pre
vious year by I I'll 1,072 sheets The cost
per l,0) sheets during tho )ear was J.i,l',
which Is tin- lowest cost ever reached, tho
next being during the tlscal eai 1SS, win n
It was $:3 73 Tho postage st imps, winch
ho sa) nro hotter printed than liofoto tho
woik was placed with the bureau aro
produced nt a saving ot from JlOooa to $"." -0i)
over other years He recommends that
tho country be furnished new curieney
moro frequently than has been the custom.
OUR EXPORTS AND IMPORTS.
lllg Iucrene In Hiillibln Merch indlnu
llrnaght III During October Moro
Washington, Nov 13. The monthly state
ment of Imports and exports Issued by tho
bureau of statistics to-day shous the to
tal amount ot domestic mcrchuiidUe ex
ported dining October was v.'i,0'C,3S3, as
against fs2,b2,t22 during October last )ear.
The Imports of dutlablu merchandise dur
ing October aggregated S37.S0C.7JO. ns com
paied with .", 101,313 during tho same
month In ik'JI,
The expoits of fold coin and bullion dur
ing October wero 1 &7J.S17, and tlio Imports
$l,7Si7,77ts Sllvn culn and bullion vwro ex
ported to tho amount of I l.r.91, 177, while tho
Imports aggregateil J1,3J3,127.
Tho number of Immigrants who arrived
during the month was 32.S.W, as compared
with 27,7v5 for October, lS'Jl.
Amerlraii Illiiietallle I.nngun and National
KlWer t'omiullt.'o to Arrange for a
Washington, Nov. 13. The executive
committee of the American lllmetalllo
League to-day unanimously adopted a res
olution accepting the Invitation of tho
national silver committee, of Chicago, In
calling a conference of those who believe
In the freo coinage of gold and silver at l'l
to 1, Independent of other countries, to
moet ut Washington, January K, 1S0G. for
the puipose of arranging for a national
convention, lly the terms of the resolu
tion each organization Is to bo equally rep
resented, neither to have more than twenty-live
bi:n.i.i.vs m:v high bciioiu.
Will Ho l'oriuully llntlrateil To-.laj An
Addrens by President Jeste.
Sedalla, XIo Nov. 13. (Special.) Archi
tect P. Allen, of Jollet, 111., and Contract
or IjaCIItT, of Nevada, Mo., to-day formally
turneil over tho new 133,000 high Bchool
building- to. the boa id of education. The
dedication exercises will take place to
morrow and addresses will be mado by
1'iesldent Jesse, of tho state university,
und other prominent educators.
Wt-tterner In WusUiiigton.
Washlngton.Nov. 15. (Special.) Amoru' the
day's arrivals from tho West are A. M.
Deyoe. Fort Leavenvvertb. ftiid J. i Uaw-
blfc. j iinnlug. Km - -
INNOCENT MO SHOT.
Mtmniiit iiom: itv a Chicago phi.
vaii: 1 1 : 1 1 cttv 1: Atiti.NOv.
FIVE MEN SENT TO ARREST ONE.
1111.V opi:ni:i rim: ami uti,t,i:t a
Illglit .Meinliers of the Agonr) tinder Ar
rest Cm. .May It.Kiilt .Most Sorlom
ly to Sn.criil of -lliem Klght
of Prlvi.tr Ootertlves to.Vr
rest Without Warrant.
Chicago, Nov. 11 -The Inquest this nft
otiiooti over the bixl) or I'niiik White.who
w-.ih shot while tiding In a buggy at the
corner of West Polk street and Wlnthtop
Inst evening, and Kiibs.quent Investiga
tions on the part of Police Inspectors Shea
and ritzpitrlek nnd a scori" of detectives,
have led to startling developments'. The
discoveries mado may lesult most serious
ly to not less than six tnoinliors of the
Iteriy Detective agencv, Including the su
perintendent and possibly a seventh man,
who had not been Ideiitllled to-night.
The circumstances surrounding the enso
go to show that the buggy In which the
men were riding was brought to n standstill
when the tragedy occiirted, and that at
least three detuctlv.- who were detailed
to assist In tho nrrost of I'laience White,
made an effort to crowd about the vehicle,
and exploded ono or mole ehnmbeis of
their rcvolveis In the dlieetlon of the In
nocent man, who was killed
As a result of the police Investigation, 11
wholesale artest of the members of the
ag-niy was ordered b) Inspeitor rit7p.it
rlik and to-night seven men, In addition
to W J Dlx, piovlously interned, weio
locked up at poll, e hi'iidquarters A eare h
for one 111010 Is being made. 11 ve of tho
prisoners Poole, I'lew, Thompson, llcliel
ami Dlx nro known to have been on the
scene of the shooting, the i.ittei twt having
been posltlv elv lilentllbsl by an on-look r.
l'lschell admitted to-night that he tiled
two shots Into the buggv, and gavo ev I
ileme linph atlng I'lew and Tliompson.
The pilsonor, Poole, .ilo admitted having
used his lovohor. vVhlte was shot almost
to pieces bv the detectives, two bullets
having ploiced his brain, two went tluuiigli
Ills chest and he was shot throiigli the
spine from the rent All the bulb Is wete
of large caliber nnd tiled at cloe i.inge.
The men now under ariest comprise tni
entire force of the Perry iii;cnc), with the
exception ot ono man, and the police ale
Tlie agencv has for --evoral months pist
had chin go of what are known here as the
"iKiioh-ollmblng" oases the, residences of
several weallhv losblents of the South
side having been enteicl by a gnng whlih,
It Is alleged, was headed bv Cl.ir.iu
White, a lirother of the murdered nun and
well known to the sllce.
The agencv has had a man watching the
rcldem e of Mrs White, mother of Prank
and 1 'Hi em e and )storday evening i
ceived word that Claience had rome to the
lioii'e. appmntl) to pay a visit. live
opiratives were at once sent ovi, but bv
the tlmo thev nrrlv.d the py annouiii oil
that two mill had dtlven away from the
hou'.e In a htigg) The det.s tlves follow.d
the route named ais met the huggv at the
coiner of Polk and I.allln stioets H,
who claims to bo Intlinatelj a. qu limed
with Clarence White, ravs he recognleil
him ns one of the men In the buggy, and
jumped to the bridle of the horse and
called on White to surrender. The ageney
people assort that one of the men in the
buggv Immediately drew n revolver and
tiled a shot Dlx returned It nnd his com
panions also began shooting Dlx dropped
the brlriie and tho buggy w is driven i.ip
Idly avvav Some time lati-r a 111111 if sid
ing In Ho)iie iivenue dime to the West
Thirteenth streit st ltlon In n buggv con
taining the ionise of tin. man biter Identi
fied as 1'i.ink White Tin re wore u.ucial
bullet holes In tho box of the buggv mid
In tho bottom were loun.l tHo bullets of
lirge . alibi r The mm who drove the
buggv to the station said bo ,m the hois.,
running wt on Polk street and thinking
It vva .1 iiiiinw.iv stoppe I It nnd ellinbed
Into the biiKSV He then found the orp-o
ClaieiKe till evident! 1, ft tho c.urlage
ns soon as bo sue ceded In driving nvv.iv
1 In Honor of 1
BtC-OvC- wOv2v)):5)3 05) a
Many families make it &
an annual custom on -S
that day of feasting to t
add to the service of the
table some article of S
corresponding in value
with the prosperity of j&
the year which it com- &
memoratcs. irr-'mrr-irr -5
Always something, and o
always Gorham. vrinr
'$ "A record writ in silver,
g of the mercies of the g
year." 'jr"ift'jnr'inr'?nr ;
Too Good for Dry Goods
g Stores Jewelers only,
WORDS THAT 11URN are tho nn
tlitue and iitodern weapons used by
Adam lo iimquer I've, or, to bo plain
er, they ue used to Induce her to be.
i omo. bis side p inner
To keep her In lino and well pleased
with her sldepartiibrship
In settings to sulther fancy are "in.
dtieers" of the most effective klmL
We have u 1 irge and most select va
riety, ull encased In Jaci aid's guaruu
tee as to (tuallty, and at extremely
moderate piices, conslderlnir ijuallty,
100 i:ngruved Ylsltliiff Cards, from plate,
lw"JiigrJAed VbUIiwr Curds, wjtji plate,
from Hie prlVnto doteotlves The body wis
Ink. 11 to a morgue, where It was oon
Molitllhd by the lilnth'T ns that ot In r
foil, Piaiik. who lit "Hid In !? a pood cltlon
and an emplove of a lance ..mmnlal
house In tills rlt). Nil ttaee of Clarence
has vet lion found.
The shooting hn'. canned n great dosl of
Hf.ci101l.1t) atnoiif nttnrne) and 1 It tt lis
BMiernll) as tu the nsiiiiipllon bv irlvnto
iigeln les of authorltv In nitoil men wtth
ihii warrahls, and by several prniiilnent
nttornovs imieli liidlgiintloli Is exiircowl
The iiii promises tu become a c'bdiri(d
one In Ibis line, as It Is asserted thnt in no
state but Illinois nro private diloctlvrs al
lowed such latitude.
Inte to-night Clarence White, trff broth
er of the murdered tnnn, gave !ilinelf up
tu the iHillcv He paid Hint when the shoot
lug m. tirrid bis brother was dilluii him
to IVirest Hume, 11 station on the ilrenl
Western road, Mhore h weis to take a
train for Iowa. He said the detectives be
gun llrlng without a word of nnmliiir and
Hint their storv of tiring bv him or his
broth r was fal. Neither of them had a
weapon or iinv kind Ills story In all iint
tleiilnis is coiroboraled by ivldclioe given
at the Inqtnst.
SCHLATTER STILL MISSING.
IliiiiilrciU of Atllli lid An .ill the Hi turn nt
thu 'llei.l.r"-.Mii) llo Piisllllg
Denver, Nov. 15 Altl ough II I, generally
bollovesl that the wheieabouts of l'mtlcls
tSclilattcr. the "healer," are known to his
1 loses t friends In this oltv, the f(rinl nil-thorltle-e
luive not succi-oded In bM'iitlng
lit tn. The tao against the 111011 who ad
vcrtlisl to sell, tlimugh the mall", hand
kerchiefs which they claimed had been
blessed by Schlatter and would cure r.ll
lllii, has been continued until Saturday
Meantime, the efiorts to find Schlatter, who
Is -wanted n a witness, will lie unabated.
A gieal crowd of nlllbted peroiis seek
ing ttontment ut the hands of "the heal
er" assembled again ths motnlng nt the
re Idem of ex-Alderman 1'ox, where
Schlatter lived from September 1 up to the
night of his unannounced departure, and
many wero soielv disappolutid b.eiiusp be
did not put In an api.it am c and 1 outline
Ins In bur
It Is goimrnll)' believed thnt P-hlattor Is
with fi lends In some quiet retreat not far
away, and It - not unlikely that ho has
liegun another long fast
Omaha. Nob, Nov 13 Omaha -ent a
committee of business men to Denver to
have Schlatter come to Oiiiahn. The h.ilr
111 in. Jiiieph Conner, returned to-dav and
sins S blatter will come soon, and that hi'
wheionbouts 110 known to two Denver
citizens ol prominence.
Doiivei. Nov IV The latest report of the
wheioaboiits of Schlatter, "the healer"
which seems to bo authoritative. Is that lies
Is occupying a house on a claim belonging
to ls All.' Roonov, ibiughtoi of A
Roonov. at whose homo ho was at first le
portod to bo Pai ties left Dotiv.r In cat.
rliigis to-nlijit for the place iiamul to
le-llll the tillth of the stilt).
The place where ho treated the multi
tude for the past two months
has been throng.sl all da). and
the fences and other land marks are lap.
Idlv being demolished by telle hunters.
POPS WILL HAVE A TICKET.
senator Alton Sajs The. Will Make 1'ref.l-
drnll.t Nomination'. In I .SHU A
l.ato Com cittloo.
Omaha, Nob, Nov 13 Senator Wllllnin
lv Allen, Nebraska's senior representative
In the PuPed States , imte and the recog
nized load, r of tlie Populist,, In both houses
eif congress, has been In Omaha for two
da), previous to going to Wisliington to
bo In attendance at the lei omening of the
"It gois without saying," sild the sen
ator to-dav, "th it the Populist party will
have a presidential ticket 111 the Hold, and
that It will bo the only one of the old pat
ties that will be outspokenly In favor of
th. free coinage of silver at IB to 1.
"As to the reorganization of the senate, I
don't think tho Populist henatnr.s will cut
tho tlgure that has h-on piedli ted for them.
1 believe the Republic mis and Denioerus
will ague upon a plan of oig inl.iiloii that
will not d. pend upon Populist assistance I
do not boll, ve tho Populists w 111 c ire to en
ter Into negotiations for a division of the
"The Populist national committee will
prnbibl) nioi t In .Iinuiiv to arrange for
tlio Populist nation il . einv.nilon I am in
coi lepoiiip uce with Ohalnuiu T.iubonock
to h ive tlie ni. i ting t ikt pi. n . In Washing,
ton so that the Populist i1.legili.iu In con
gi.ss niiiv be ' oriMiIted on the questions to
b. 1 Id.d I am In favor of hulling tho
lonvoiniou after tho,. of the It, publj. ans
in I Dtiiio. rits The convention will doubl
1. . go to .-onto Westc in clt)."
MORRILL WILL NOT RUN.
He lleulos I hat He Is n ('andlilato for "en-
alor lalt. of Asiociul.i .luitloo
Topeka, Nov 13 (Special 1 In conversa
tion with the Journal lopotter to-day C.ov
. mor Morilll remarked, tu coiiimentlnn
upon the n. vvspiper loport the ho Intond-
I to Income a candidate for I'nlted Stall's
sonatoi, that und. r no conceivable com
bination of cliciimstancis would bu seolt
The governor keep, a close mouth on his
olioii o fur th. high place. To-day, how.
v.i, wluti the name of Associate Justice
A Johnston was mentioned In connec
tion Willi the si n.tturship, ho said- "Thei
Is one ot the pine, able and hli.li minded
lm n of K int-.is. Theie Is no place within
th gilt of the people which Judge John
ston would not honor."
Judgi Johnston Is receiving unite a
boom foi Ho place Horn his friends, pai
tl iilurly In Ihe i Mitral and western pints
of the si in ( Is .t steady houlid as a
. lo. k an I will nevi r lie betiaved Into talk
ing about his ambitious, at iea-.t at such
(in enrh stage III th. guile as this, hut the
opinion Is fieclv expi. -soil in i,s intimates
that In w ml I not dc i line to be cluing, d
fiom judge to senator
HILL AS A LECTURER.
Clovi'lnnd's New "lurk I rlrmt 11 III "ilnl.e
llii lliliut nt lbs Auditorium in I'M-
lllgo ill! "l.lb'Tl)."
Chicago, Nov. 13. Senitor Hill, of New
York Is tcilng on tho lecture pl.itfoim, and
Chi. ago will lie the city of his debut. Tills
soui what surptMug lilt of news was made
pub'! to-dciy b the call of a )oung man
at the ollh o of the Auditorium. The )oung
man wauled to see Manilla r Alnm, and
win n lie was admitted to Ml. Adams' at
t. o In announced that ht. wanted the llrst
npi n dale of the big tlieiiur. .Ml. Adams
wantid in know with vvhom he was talk
ing in tin ) oiuig man pro lucetl a i.ird
IdeiiilDing himself as "r'iues iiting ,s,-n-ator
David II Hill, of New Vork." lie
h.itl all necos.ir) credentials to piovo th.it
he was uuthoiUed to repietent the leider
of what Is left of the New Vulli slain Dein
Ocrac) and to make lontruott. fm his Uet
ures. He and Manaeer Adams soon came
Senator Hill will make bis llrst appear
ance In Chicago the night of Pi-Ida), De
cember li. at the Audltoiliiiii The subject
ot his lecture will be "Liberty."
HELD UP THE CROWD,
lour .11 en, (lilinlug to He the ClirNtlali
(iaug, Rob the Alii lulaiits at an
Ardmore, I. T., Nov 13 (Special ) Last
night, at tileiin, fouiteen miles northwest of
here, a suppir w.is given for the beneilt of
tho rariueib' AHIane. . Duilng ilia festiv
ities u party of four mounted and urmed
men rode up and demanded admittance,
On being asked to leave the hall they did
so, As the crowd from the supper was dis
persing, they wire met by u mounted party
and told to hold up and folk over The
men then promptl) lelleved every iieron of
all Jewelr). wati net, and cash, the latter
amounting to about b)3.
At this Juncture two negroes rode up and
the rubbers, who now said they were th-
Cluistlan gang and had no time for fool,
lshness. took their pile and lift, taking
along the two horses belonging to the ne
groes, who aro now believed to have bieit
partle to the robbery. Ollleers left hero
this morning for the scene of the hold-up.
Persons having money awaiting Invest
ment can earn a small rate of intereit on It
by depositing with The United States Ttust
Company, In N. Y. Life bldg. This com
nmiv has Its entire canltal of t230.0u0.0i In.
yminu in K,vit;iuui?u, uvuua iu
CANsts Ctrr, Mo, Nov its, !)
r.i-ilt tr ImK fur the xcnlh'r In !' Mir.
7cmsinitiife lofenMi; .WdKmum l, .tf.in-
27 Indies long, II Inoli sweep, 1"..
"0 Inches long, !i in. h sweep. ''''
SI inolies long, IK! Inch swis.p, JIO
IlI'SSIAN l.YXX CAPH. hair running np.
Ril Hit lies long, li" Inch sweep, i: 30
31 Inches long, lie Im-h wi'P, J I'
H, liu lies long, IJii inch swoop, $17 M.
I'MICTRIC Sl:.I, I'APllS
A lino qtinllty, 3o lm lies long, 10) Inch
sw-ep line satin lining, .""
3". Indus long, 110 Inch .sweep, 113,
31 Inches lung. 1"0 Huh swoop, JIO.
I'le. trie oal capes, 31 Inchon long, Jap-in-
es,. fov . ullur and edge all around elegant
sailn lining, a very clfe. tlve garment, for
Itaikl fur capos. 30 Inches long. 1"0 Inch
.. . ..,. .t,i it,,.,. I . l, .....ti .,11 sirmimt
..,,., I', r.t, lit ..a,,,, ........... .... ........--
edges with bla.lt Thibet or solid Noith,
Mail n lOllar, tot f.i).
1,11(1 White Chlm Tea Cups nnd Smcers,
woith 1 e ich. will be 7e each
1.000 Rubber llnndled Stool Hlado Knives,
wulth 31 (l duell, will Ik. l "S ddioii.
.Vi I Iliilclier Knives, legular pie kind, will
be fii 'ach. ,
7J '.' Inch Oak I'l-uue Mirrors, ghis 22Z
ItH lies, worth SI i". each, will be ,Ve each.
2 nleil) tinlsbcd Lap Hoards, with )ard
scale, woith vlo. vviil be lc each.
All Night Lamp-, lie c.ith,
The fame ple.es of music that wo sell
for Bo a i opv )oii will have to pay tho ex
clusive mu-li sellers 'i)o, 30c, 7,"c nud li
nvoi f, iH) pieces to select from A liK'io
"Rh.ip-u lie Ilongrolso," No 2, by Liszt.
"Valso Capilc " In Rubinstein.
"Amnl.' Sereii ide.'' by llraca
"Hells of the Convent," by LoudovltV
"Amelia altos." bv Ros.il
"List Idea of Von Weber," by Cramer,
".Second Maairka," by (lodard.
"I'lftb Valve." b) fiodard.
"Italian Patrol." bv Pabl ml.
"Trawmoiel." by t'applonoh
"Sixth Nocturne." bv I.tvbnoh
"Voices of Spring." by Rohm
"T.irantelle," by Holler,
iui.mim:, moohi:. nn;itv,-;(o,
BAKER ON DEMOCRACY.
Knns is tlunlor spnitor (.iiei tbn Iteasoll
for the l.uti. Ilirrii be lining Itepiiti-
II. an A I ton.
Washington, Nov 13 (Spn. lull Senator
Luclon It.iket, of KaiiK.is, has irrivesl ami
lot atoil for the winter s sslon '' eongrossj.
He says that the lb publican majority in
Kansas nt the last election will b. between
itO.OW and M,C1. The Populists lost many
county ollh cis "Tim Deinot nits re
in. irked Senator linker, "alwaK mako
thilr boasts that the) go to the people usi
tho source of all kiw r This is lb, castt
In Republican states where tin people elect
nearly all county nlllieis, but in Dnuo
ciatlt Mar) hind. South Carolina and somo
other state's, the governiiunt npolnt. all
of them. Including ovtn county nnd pre.
clnct school ollbers, runl now irovtriuir
Lowndes, th. new Ropulilli .in gjveinor
oi t, will have to appoint bun lrnls of
nullity, pioclnct nnd n biol olb. ors to tho
sad disioinlltiii of many Dunn rats
"As to the ciusc of the late overwhelm
ing Republican victor)," continued Sen
ator I laker, "why, thu people losi all cti
llilenc. in tho inp.icliv or ability of tlm
Democratic p.uty t hoiiostt) ana econoin
loally coiuluot tln nff.ilin of tills gre.n coim
11)'. Tlio diMth blows aimed by the Dem
ocratic coiigitsa at ihn gicat ceiiiiincic ial,
llnanol.il, niiinufac turiiig, ngileuii ii it and
labelling Inteicsls of tin- lountrv kvi.o ibo
p. oplo sin h a fright that thev vi II u-it
have niuitlu r Dmuo. i iti .uln lms ration
or congKSM fir the in xi tlilrt) veils Thu
InaS of 1-JlDiil.lioiJ (1f golJ u )enr to KO to
llurope to pi) the balance of tisdo against
us, llio Issuing of 1IS.1 iiO.Hi) of f and I per
.(nt bonds in pa) the l mining expcnt
ol' the govoriimiiit over nnl above the us.
11. il io. eipls of tl7o.nij.ittii voir, and which
will cost the people about tUH'VKInO befort
they e'.in lift that d bt from their ovrr
buriloiKil shniililer Ihese. I iia), lire but
small maitfis ci.iiipnreil to the lo-s of biisi
ness hy tin. uouiiirv, as shown by tha
clcMrlng house leisirts. Thes were over
f.3 li,uil,CV0 in pixv', nnd but little less In
isvi. Husiiicss dropiK I to I3,.Vi.ifi,ll In
is'u, ond to only $.' Cii irtl on. in ISM, and but
little bottoi In 1S9I iiml lsti.1, or a net lo-m
to tho business of the country of 110.000.
(WiYiu to L'.(.K),unoOiH The most deplorable
palt of It Is the lahoilng people have had
to stand about one-halt' ot this lois,"
CONSUELO ANOTHER DUKE.
They s,.ill for Ibirnpe ihU -Morning Pitra-
orilln ir) I'rei aiitlou lo Keep thu
People ut liny
New Votk, Nov 13.-New York will W4
faieviell to the Duke and Duchess of Marl
boixuiKh to-morrow nioinltig, when W. K,
Vandei bill's daughlor and her duko will
sail for Uurope on Ihe Puld l.
Su gr. at has betn tho desire of New
Yorkets in sen the duko ami duchess, and
to such lengths has It driven tho opul.ic
at tho wedding and hoise show, that tho
olIlclaH of the steamship Kulda, on which
tho couple will embark to-moirovv, havo
taken extr.iordlli.il) Piecatitlons to keen
the people at Isiy. Admission (o tlie dock
and lo tho ship to-morrow will be granted
to thine who .ue nut passengers only on
pascos. Persons not provided with passe-
will bo leuulred lo prove that they aro
friends of the passengers bonked on the
bteamer befoio being ndniltttd.
WAMh WAI.I.I.U's CASi; si:iTI.KI.
Trench Mlnlnler of 1'ore-ign Affairs Mill
Paris, Nov. 15. SI, Rerthelot, according
to the Matin, Is desirous that his depart
ment, the mlnlstiy of foreign affalrs.shoulct
settle the question ot the legality of tho
proceedings In thu case of Mr. John L.
Waller, undergoing a, sentence of twenty
)fciaiw Imprisonment for evonvsiwndliiL with
the Hovus, as promptly us possible. This
deslre Is brought ubout by the fact that
the i'nlted States government Is Insisting
upon a definite' reply to Its representations
In tho c-a&e.
With reliability assured by strong guar
antees, with a large unci ubjolutely now
stock of the very best things to be found In
the outlining line. The Model cordially In
vites )OU to come und investigate its va
rious claims. For full Dortlculurs see. ddllv-
AiiulUitiu gjj, uut fi.
with the Ti(AMP
running ) iifc. i, i
down, Jrarocr 1
-u 4 m
squaro ft -'AvJ