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IT IS NO LONGirR "BOOMER"
LATEST CHEROKEE NOMENCLATURE
A III: Ciouil fiitlirrln;: nt Cililivell Kan
-A 'Igltaitco Cniiiinllli-n OrQtiulr-
l"K til Spy on .Mini Who Tuko U
litnl Unlawfully 1'ioinlumit
.SiaUtim to Aililn nt tlio
Ckuin'i:iu Kan., Srni. v-Tlie word
boomer" ii now nbinleta fit iliis vi
cinity, "stripper" having Mipr-iscdcd
it Huip ami stripper arc the pilucipal
topics of conversation on tlic streets of
Caldwell at tlio piemen I limr The
stripper is hen- in liis might and
fatrcugth, booted, equipped for tlie
nice to the pioiuisi'd land The popu
lntlon of this city is cIiim to 1,000 peo
ple, but it is estimated thai hilly
1.1,01)0 buy their ilnlly piovisinns hero.
Tlii'ie is an abundance of yood water
and camping ground here and along
the line two and three-eights miles
iOiilll for an army of r0,000 people.
The mllitiry order issued "September
1 that persons must not enter llio
Nit ip for the purpose of passing
through under penalty of being nr
lusted and expelled as sooners has
caused not a few to put their wagons,
teams, furniture, etc , aboard the cars
jif the lloclt Island road and ship thciq
Jo points south of the sti ip This ap
plies to the settlers who desire to, lq
fate on the south side of the strip
hast night an entire tiain of cars;
i;ft line for the South loaded with
as .j vu.ir i.mi: cuMMiyii.i;.
lnnM(M'Lrr on Hip l.onlionl fur I'm mm.
Not 1'iupcrly Oii.i'llfli-iL
Wichita, Kan., Sept. G. -A inovq
meiit was inauguuiatcd heie yester
day to form what might bo termed a
yigihinre committee. The puiposeof
Jhe assooiation is to organize a sy.stcuj
pf es)ionage oer men who intend to,
niitcr the CheroUeo strip lands coi(
Jpiry topic spirilof ttiu law goycrnintf
jts opening, and ligliti'ug their title tq
claims should they lake any. T'he
particular fellows "they are afUr are
jhoo who may be wort over "5:.000
or have 1MJ acres of land.
The inccntiu' for the movement js
Ihe ltnowledgo of the fact that hun
dreds of people who are wul( fjvc.l are,
Ostensibly putting l)ieir properly out
pf tlicir possession in orior to be. in,
pliapu to enter tlioslrip under ll. law-
cimictaw u.-i. .mom:y.
V.'lillo .Mim VIu .Minloil S(mt.i Will
Siio fur Tli!lr M.ire.
Caddo, J nil. Ter , Sept. 0. Tho
bile men who married Choctaw wq
men here in the nation are. preparing
to bring suit against the Choctaw na.
tion for tlioir part of the. leased dis
trict money, The C'liicUasaws acted
more liberally with their inter-inar-ried
citizens and paid them their per
capita. There arc nearly 1,0 0 of
these squaw men and by the treaty of
18.M', they aiu entitled' to their shares
just the same as if they were citizens
IIIr Men to -pu.ik ut Arl(.tiii Clly.
Akkansas CtTV, Kan , Sept- C Ar
rangeinonts have been perfected for a
mass meet ing to bo held next Satur
day, under the auspices of tho IlQiho f
U t-oldier' hosncKtlulf. V.;
hectoftiry i?oltc 1-i nn.noul)red us oifc
(if tle suut(.rs. Addresses -l also
H") deliycrctl ly pv-pqator I'erltins,,
p.-(!ovcinor Iluipplirey and pthers
H is intruded as a sclpol of pduc;(tiqr
o lliosp wli) pxpect (o make (he niq
fpr lioiups on tie Cherokee outlet oq
peiu.tml t Ii.it Tran lie Klli.
Ki. Huso, Olt., Ropt- ft A wpllaf
tended niuss meeting was held hero
yesterday by Intended strip settlers.
'i hoy demand running of trains on
opening day, and protest against tlio
men owning raw horses, which tho
ordinary settler cannot afford to keep.
It is oxpeeted that unless trains run
at tho opening tho fast horsemen will
rapture tho towusites anil best lands,
To t.ociilo u Town.
Aiikanhas Cn v, Kan, SepL (i. Tlio
Vofica Town-site anrj lii''ovomcf
jpmpany, t'n"orgi;ii'tiqn yhich was
vTcctod eriJ Saturday, ljeld i meeting
at Highland hall last Hlh'1'1, ''''icy
propose 1o Jncfttc ii tfiv squt'l of Kit
lbre. the county Miat a'ld it iiortli
of tlio I'oiieiirpservation, on tliu Santa
I'o ia ili oud.
A I'liilillni; fur Ititliiiuiuni,
Nkwakk, N. J Sept. 0 Two
oiisaml people witnessed tho spar-
oust,, fr;,, I,,,
tout at Caledonian park last
evening it"' mini bijut. of tlie eve
ning was between lloh,l'il7slinuious,of
Australia, and Jack lliclccy, tho
iiilitdliwvcight cjiatpplon of Ireland!
Jtouni Nrst-l'its: plbse iq orf llirkiijr
fipd r,iiilim op tlio ropos and made
fi laughing stock of him Then ho
punched lilin three times In the nose
nt long lange, while tho crowd
laughed, lie slapped .him a round the
ring for two more rounds mid in the
fourth punched him a. few time anil
then liclpedhis man to his corner in a
lincIMl lilttno (ii SHyiM.
Lo.MihN.s'opU fi ((bi)g lexers wlileli
Ii.tvo 'passed bctweuu Coinniaiider
Kvcrott and Sir William Voinon liar
ourt, chancellor of the exchequer,
with regard to the silver quest iou anil
Hie Ilrussols confeiencc are about to
do published. Sir William, in one of
the letters, says that the failure of the
congress to reassemble was due tq the
pjilted States . . " " "'
Allefc-nl Tf.tIu UuUm I'uiler Arrctl.
Cl HA. Mo , Sept. 0. Thro tpen
wrrc nrreslod hero by tho oityauar
fihal, upon telegrams, supposed to bo
the robbers of the train at Mound
Valley, Kan. They are now held by
the authorities awaiting officers from
ETEcr AT tE IotOrritft at (irtHinv.
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SENATE SI1.VEH MEM.
prills .1 Surprlun oil tlio l!c.c il I'orccj .
Itmnnnd (uoriiiu nl All Tlmr.
Washington, Sept. n - The silver
men In the senate yesterday sprung u
surprise, on the repeal forces in the
declaration of Mr Stewart -thru hore
after a quorum of the senato wonld
have to bo present when st imtors
spoke upon the silver question. I f the
opponents of repeal insist upon n
quorum being present at nllllmos.it
will bo a now move nnd may wjriounly
interfere with tho program of tho
friends of the repeal.
Mr. Voorhccs submitted his resolu
tion that the senate meet nt 11 o'clock
Instead of 13 on and nftor Thursday
next, and it has been intimated that if
this does not lesull in biinging the
debate to a conclusion night sessions
will bo pioposcd. Hut If tho fiiends
of silver insist upon a quotum bodily
present constantly the ell cut of early
meeting and night session will, to
some e.tpnt, be counteracted, ns, in
stead of fatiguing the silver men only,
practically the entire sonato would
Substantially the entire day in tho
senate was consumed by Mr. Stewart,
I'epitblicnn, of Nevada, who took
positive giouud against the re
peal of the Sherman act
pntil silver was lonionclircil. Tho
vote of tho senate 3ft yeas tp 2S nays
-to ptocecd to tho consideration of
executive business, was the first set
back tho lcpcnl men liavo thus far
sustained in the senate.
C. A. n. REPORTS.
What 'Hint or Adjutant icnpr.il Cruy
Micnvn- A .MciiiImthIiIii nt HilT, .",:!.
I.VDlANAroi.is. Intl., Sept. (i The
annual (Iraml Army icports have been
complctctl and iriulod. That of Ad
jutant (icucial Hi ay is piobably the
mobt interesting from n (.i A. It stand
point. The returns for June. 30. 1893,
gie a membership pf .IHT.'.'S.I. Iie
puinber of posts is T.C'JO; departments
forty (ie In uctiUlion (o the meni
irislup in good standing, there are re
turned delinquent l.'r.To, and remain
ing suspended, ll.oiil. TIk delin
qiiculs aro such as tiro in good
sl.-iudiug, hnvp piiid dues and
but for tho neglect ot post
officers would b.s so r. turned.
'1 hei p has been a not b ss of inumbcr
ship in the ia,st j-car of '1 ii.'iT. 'During
the year tlicro wero'7,U0-J ieaths lq
the order larger than nqy previous,
year. 1'rom .lno 30, ISO:.', to .tune 30,
Ib'.i.l, under tlio column "Hxpended in
Charity." there was reported SI7S.8I5 -5
J. Smco these records have boon
kept there has been reported under
this head J.'iOO.OOi). The report of tlio
iiartermaster, (ieneral .lohn Taylor,
shows receipts of S-l.40, and expendi
tures sy.oi; Valance in the, treasury,
SI-, 1ST. Thorn remains in tho (Irani
monument fund S-vTal
Wafiiinotos, Sept AVhen tlo'
ways and means ooiiiinlttoo resqiAcd
its tariff hearings ypsloiday there
were proout Chairman Wilson nnd
lioprosenlallvcb Dalzell, Uurrows,
I'ayne, MoMillort, llynum, Stevens
and ISrockcnridgc. Mr I. Leslie
of Philadelphia npponrcd on bohnlf of
the cement inanufacturerK of tlio
United States to nrguo In favor of the
retention of tho present duty of eight
cents per 100 pounds on Portland and
all other classes of hydraulic cemontsj
The duty under tho old law of iss.'l,
wis thiity rcr cent nd valorem,
I U on account of under
aluatious, n chango was made
in tho MoKinlcv to net ns
u speiific duty of eight cents per 100
pounds. Joseph Kcuuian of Califor
nia appeared to argue in favor of tho
Imposition Of a duty oh raw si k. Mi.
Ceuman stated that lib was' tho father,
pT silk culture in tho L'nited States.'
lie ami) hero hi ls0.' aqd settled in
If. Mondragan, city treasurer qf
Santa I'o. ii short SI.O'JO Iq lo sjlmol
anil city funds.
Tlio stpainslilp Uinbrla brougiit
i'JO.UdO in gold and tho La Cham
pagne .', 113,ooo francs in goliV
Near Agullar. Col,, W. T. Walsh, nn
Englishman, who camo to Colorado
for his health, was inurdutcd in cold
blood by two Mexicans.
Charles K. Myers, wanted for rob
bing a Missouri I'aclfic train, has been
arrested nt San Antonio, Texas, and
will be brought back to Scdalia.
The Southeastern Kansas Medical
Association is now iir- coiivcntiotrlii'
l'-ort Scott, Kan. Tno' occasion' in ii
flqartcrly iqeetlng of, tlio nssqeiatioq.
In thp senate executive sosii in the,
nomination of .lohq J. S. Ijasslur o(
Forest Cjty, S. . wltoQ qoiqjutioq
iad bepn fibjeeluil q, was favorably
1'rivatt' letters from tlio Cqno stale
roport that Vil ICorckliovoii's oxpodb
Hon was couiplctuly destroyed altar
tho death of their leader. Twenty
white men lost their lives.
Tho Spanish cabinet is trying to got
Spanish banks '.o come to the relief of
tlie llanco Lhpanol of Havana, which
is in trouble on account of having too
much money tied up in ptu-
j T tilted. Silntes. .Trtdtfu lfon's. at Los
Ailgcles, Cul , has onloi'od tho tjenor
tation of Cliuij Sliang Vuon and "do
elded lliere Is money to deport China
men under tlio s,U th olauso of the
The pnpo in nn encyclical to the
Hungarian bishops cnjoinupon them
the avoidance of countenancing liii.scd
marnnges. Hie holding of tinnutl
(.iitliolio pqnrciisus, Hi" t-leeUn pf
Worldly men to tho dlH ntld 16(ltv
iu the U'njf-
Tlio Iii.inii govornniont deeitlnd to
postpone until ,luno no.vl tlio final e.v
pulsion of the .loivs from Russia Tlie
various provisional govornor. have
bcoq ciupowcrcd to grant another
year's delav in their departure to all
Jews to enable them to settle tlioir
J'ntUrr ripd.eri.ck ockcr. wli,o has
Ipft Homo fqr Aiqenci with letters
from the popo to Mgr Saiolli and
Cardinal Qibbuns. wq;, commissioned
also topioscnt to tjio cardinal a por
trait of liis holiness. Tho portrait is
carved in stone, and is set in n frame
of gold studded with precious stones.
The work was done by tlie Vatican
artificers and is a masterpiece of its
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mjuwwm "i I mWTwt' ' mhinw iiibiiu mt ia
UPTUHlli, (ICLA11QMA, TPUHSDAY MOfNING, SKPTKlinER T, IBM.
ANOTHER HOLD UP.
THE 'FRISCO WAY LAID
llirfo MMheit Hen lm I'n. , ,i,, ,)r. n
Whom t Cuplurrtl In tlir 1 , n iiulnr
ami tli'.ilicin.in -O ii- j-p in 'njj
Tliey Out .Sutlilntr III . u-
other ) Tliey (i..l n y
K.VSRA8 ClTV. Mo.. ?ept. VTrlu
robbern umdc another ntlftik on the
Krisco roudlasl nirlit. This time the
Oiimo was committal n-ar I'ncilie,
Mo Itcports- that cmtie fr im St
Louis nro decide llv ion tin. ting A
dlstmlch coming tlii'migli iim United
1'ross stiys Hint the outlaws secured
nothing. A special sn, it is lliotiffht
secured about s.mi.om from the
ells- ttrgo express company. The
former story is pi.ili.ibly coi rect. ns a
telegram to the chief uf police nl Nl.
Louis gave the sume in forma tion
Kxprcss train No I on Hi-; KiisLo.
westbound, was ll.iggeil wittl u reu
light a few miles east of I'aci He, whiih
is about forty miles west of St louis.
The train ctiinc to a standstill nnd two
men held the eng ue crew at bay
Whl o a third wont to the express car
and demanded adiniltain.e. The mes
senger refused t o.ien the dour. The
Voiniuand then came from one of the
eng.no gunrds to blow her open.
Ibis command was almost instantly
followed by a deafening repm t and
the wonilwoik of the car was wrecked
Then the three highwaymen Joined
forces ami tried to enter the ear, but
wete impeded by the wieek
At tins juncture the conductor and n
lr.i!:cuii:i inslnd up to the robbers
with p.stol , drawn and commanded
them v Mirrender. Tho robbers an
swered i i Ii a pooity di ret ted fusihide
wiiicli tl'e two tr.iiuuicn gave back
u h iineNpecled rcsislauco un
lieivcd tho io1'1k'!s, nnd two of them
(o k to tlmir heels The third wns
pverpowi-reil and made a p"isoncr. So
far us known no one ns hurt
When the train p'.'lcd mo Pacific
station the express ar presented a
sor.-y t, lit. Dyuam e h. il tni the
side o. Jie tar. '1 p, isoncr was
p'.aeeil uler gu.i il . Hi. station and
inenain pniLeent'il eiteil villagers
to tlie number nf
about the depot w'
I'rcss ci riespondciit
i h .d gatheicd '
n tho Initeil !
ai rived, nnd it I
vas onl, by a rush ol the olliceis th.it
(i battle was prevcqti I.
otTMHs l-ur io rj.iuiiT.
)fiarale Ikittlo lletwecn u Miu-,-ilrirB
J l'oao nnil Terrisory lliiinlt.
Oklahoma Crrv. Ok , Sept. ti - WoVd
lias boon received heie of a desperate
battle between Deputy United Stales
Marshal O. S Harris' posso and two
desperadoes called Three-lingered
Jack" and Toeuuiseh, a negro, near
Koouk l'allsi on ihu bolder
of Oklahoma. When they
wcio inform?.!, "I'liice-l'IngcuHl
JacV nud Teiuinsrh would
be at a "top dance" in that neiglibor
hood that niglit with ,i quantity of
whisky, Harris a . his posse laid in
wait for them an. I suriouii.ied them
in tho road. The dcpeiudoos drew
revolvers in each hand, and roJc
through the 'guaul in front of them,
keeping-' u, 'a c''i taiit ivc. They
fit oil four shots before the posse
opened on th n. Tocumseh's, horse
vas Uillcii au.l Jack'b wounilcd, but
Hurrishnd five men in his parly and
Hicy were all on foot and were unable,
to follow Ihu despcradoca. Later
pews has rmchcd hero that Tocuinseli
Wns shqt llir-ough tlio body -nnd could
pot possibly yeeover. ' hroc lnKered
duck's name is llooqe, aud ho was a
member of the Dalton gnu ft'. Thoio
Is a largo reward offered for him in
Kansas, whore ho is wanted for train
robbery. Tecumseli Is also a bad man
nnd is wanted on several charges ut
May Not llo Uhot Anr Alt.
Washington, Sept a-Tha govern
ment may after all take steps to pro
cnt tho execution of the two Clyjr'
ftcos who t.ic' sentvneed to 'be shot
tfeptombor .' The matter v,w dis
cussed at the eabiitet meeting yustoih
da-.-, but tho full scqpp tf tic ip.
struetioqs, given H(q secretary cif the
ipterior coultl not bo lenrncd. "
Hiort SIR.ooa lq lll Apcoiiiils,
Min.m:ioi.ik, Minn , fcopt a 1'hllip
el. Seliiejf, loller of iho Itonlc oT Min
iionpcilib. left Saturday night for Chi
cago, and a shortage of $15,0J0 to 35.
OOu has been discovered.
rti'iMrliift- QiiiirturK lur Hid M inter
Ilia II unit uf ISow ialu liij
It. dlisn, . V ft- pt. ii.- Lieuten
ant Peltry's Arctio atcimer I'.i I wn .n
rived hera yonterday. Hie l- ft IVarv
with h party U well at tin head of
p.ow.doin bay, North liivculnml. Aug
imt 'JO. Poary had nt Hut ti.ue eiluv
doH, twenty tons of walrus iiieut and
eleven deer on baud. Tli ti the houve
won ne.uly cumploti ,1 uiul lh parte
was iiv.'iff in n. in re v ,i ,vr.,',
men en love' d,.?ly ji.iii -.i-n ,
(rm if j hcttJiiuurti -, t in i.u ,,,,;
ce chic ., wliem Hun we , , ,1 ,,,
readme s for UiUiv aland ej, (, iu,u
Ilia I or it i liiolitu Home I'.ule.
I.ondo.v, Sept 1 -i'be house of
lords wa filled ycstei lay with mem
bers and vlfcitors ca-o r to lu ir the il.
bato ou Hie Hm.'' "t'e la I upenv.il
Viir S(l'nct, trvl b-rd f tin- .uliiiir-
AUy, movojl tU ww. on l v .ulnifr of the.
pome rule bill- Tho dti'viJCji Ib-wni
fdilre. liberal Unionist, niovod tho
rejection uf tho bill.
J. CooW, jr the piomoti r of the uow
party In Colorado, has issued a tal'
for ijoptomb r H. t'j ado t o, ..ner '
tho platrorm hcrctof. ri ff U.4 w
the proposed new I. Vera! trty
T ' --r- ute Utmv ithrr, '.i .V,,." y' Jr . r.
rmum ia n Wiwhi
Titer llo il it II tniiuniofi OvivftntlfW
it nt N una ,1. At. .lojpftli for Cot i rilor.
Ins MoiNKi. low. Spt i. The
Populist state ronrcutiun. held here
vt'stonlnvt was entlr'lv lii'iu nioui
Tho nttetidnnun was np to the average
of similar gullwrlnir lu recent years,
.ibuiit '. i m criHlitisI i'i!'',ii tiling
ii' nrtetl A full state tbl.it was
nominated The platform imlorscs tho
(n. alia declaration and wiv! tbore
are only two parties, t c I'eoplc'n mi I
the gold. Upon the ilM inetive slate
ie of pmhibition the plutf rm i . in
fatyrot the ,'resent law nn'il it can
be suei-eciled bv stat- m n i" -1 1 t ni
trol of the liquor trnh- 'ilietnki't
named is us follows. (liiiiTiinr, .1 M
.Ifieph i t'restnn: lieilti-n in' g.)
eiiini, I', A. tt of V n ti -. mi
ii emc judge. A W ( Wi'i'Us nf
Wmterset; state mipcrintemleiit, Mrs.
With row of Mars!
Tliotn or Ion i Sornli! mill Niiiiih h t'nmtl
iMln for Ooermr.
l)t.s MntMs. tow. i. Srpt. r. Til.'
KepubluanH w ho deem prohibit ion the
most inipui taut political question lie
fore the people of Iowa, h.-ld n stale
'eon en tion yesterday and p iled com-
p.uiy with the regiiuii Ki'tiublieaii
oig.iuialioti for the ro'iiaindcr
of tins enmpaign b rionuintlng
n taii'liditlc for iniviinnr nnd
repudiating the liqtn i plank
ndnpted at the Augu ,t convention
L. Collin of Tort I) .;-.. was
unanimously nominate. 1 for Mwirnor.
lie has been prominent in the I! 'pub
liian party for many ,eats lie served
three terms ni the board of lallwuv
totninissioners and has been identified
with the movement in favor of tnfety
Tim ClKlit llinir I.w WliK.
WimirA. Kan. Sept r, -The first
of ,i Lit h of fort y-th'ee ease, brought
Ii. the l.iboiers ng.iiu-t the llirber
-Ii.iH Paving c.m,iiii un ter the
I t hour l.i w w.i,tneil here esler
il.p. .iinl (let ided against the company
I he (oinpany hired the men !, ihe
li-iiir. paying theui at the mte i r l M)
foi a ten hour day. Th emirtli -Id that
the fat that a stlpulitt .1 ntnoint per
hour w i , agreed to InsU ,td So mueh
n iley w is proMimplivi evidence of itl
icni t. evade the clfflit b ur law. The
deiisiou will be nppenle.1
i:irPHi ItnltM to t one IHini.
Jt i fi i soy Cuv, Mo -pt . -At n,
meeting of the state board of rulrouil,
.mo vvaiehouse commisionerH ester
dav re 'Cii-ntathes oi es.pn . com
panies eio present e,ni reiiee
was bell and an agrecne it ntere-d
",t"' "n ' an Wder u.adt b Ihe In
't'1""" ,.presH .ate, 'iveii;v
ll'"1l " '.'m-ral ' go .ls. f.ieh a-fi
nnd ineii iuuidisc to go into effect next
li r Iron Minn cU iiJllun.
Ui i.i'i i, Minn., Sept ii OrffAnlaa
tion has bcun effected of tUj IiHo
Superior Consolidated iips, control
lug the Mi'sabt uod ''-' ! Iron
jnines and the Spnnlsh Ameik'..u iidueq
ill Cuba. .Ii h.-i I) llockefel er. Cole-
iftuc. iioyt vtctmuro una otn-rs nro
in it. 'I lie capital is
the head utlieu will be
capital is ?.ooii u hi, anil
in ew York.
Another Mtilllttu- I'omjilr ley 1) ovureil
Hi.ri in. Sept (1 Tho Lakal An
7iiger s.iys that a widespread .Nihilis
tic conspiracy, the object of w liloh
was to anoiiiplisli tlio death of tho
c-ar, has Wen discovered at Moscow.
Kigbty-t!e students, eight professors
ilnd fjve ladies who belong to aristo
cratic fuin lies are implicated.
yoioner's enlist Mn
prN hfl, tol.,Sept. (i -Jury
in Hi i,is of Dr.
(iraves lus ri'.iorti'd
that, ju Ig'tug
from the letters tlio deo.'aic I left bi
)ind, be conunitted suicide, but that
(ram the l -stint my iiitrodticcd Hiu
jurors were una bio to doaida wUutlier
or not it was a natural death.
lluir tlio IIikIiii'hk l'.irt Ilnrneil.
M.M.rt Hks-o, Mo, Sept . Vector
duy inornin),' between 1 and 3 o clock
half the business houses lu thin city
were destroyed b fire, together with
Hie contents of the buildings. The
fire originated betwoen two buildings,
and ih sunpobeil to bo the work t ni
inceudiarv. ' "
Ca of rti llii-in Co u it
luj'KKA, Knn, Sept. 0. T
military lunrd met to-jay and will
pi;s c the billh oonti'Acted by tlio
H,ughe court-martial. Yauulient tor
nil the expense have not yet been
certified to, but it U probablo that the
Cponkoof the farce will not fallkhort
Nulir.mUii l'lipulltt Nomlii itlon.
Omaha, Nob( Sept 0 Tho PopulUt
'onvontou nt Lincoln lust eTuiiIng
noniinated .lu'lge II K. Ilohomb ol
llroken lt'.w for tho position of
vupretuo judge. Tin usual bidiraa'
nient of the (bi'i-Jnj nlalforin a
-titner fellll Out.
Loi isMt.t.K, liy., 8ept. o The cm
ployufthc mechanical dcpnrliu -nt
of the Louisville and Naliville rail
road compnny are still out, nnd the
indications nre they will remain out
unlpbs tho company mabos sou-" concessions.
A MUauil 7IIC4M llurutril.
rwi i iki l Mo, Hep', ii 'lhi
hiisti.il i Ii n i .1 ( u!!cfe at sli mive
Ills i o l , , bin in d at "i i . .tin
ll.olli.o, lil' e,- l- -, (it ,, I
jiiic"-'! I-1 1 lie In' was nl ,i. . u
i i a rj, oi in
Uillml On tlio lUoo rnic'i.
Omh v, Neb., Sept. ' lijU warm
in? up b - lioi,su the driver uf Atttempt
iiiiloi.i arid Uille.l nn U-yi.iruld
biv wlin w is t rosiiijf the tri. It The
diiver i-. ai ustut
llunucil Illiittetr Io u l)no.-i:i ije.
CiycAOo, Sept. a Mux Uothschild,
a wealthy ilothlng inaiiufi turor,
coininilte I suil de jcsleriljj l '.,aiig
ing turn i-.f to a diur '..u-i
World I air
t lift v. j. Sent ii
a'lyehterda, were 100.9 i9, of vylilcli 140,-
I v.i paw.
Till? r A 1) nmro s-a Jm
THE Ol.nSOt.Olkn'3 IM POSSI53- S l''l wk
SIOM Of INOIANAPOU3. 1 WA fw J N
I TOE VETS HAVE A G.W PARADE g I (f 4 '
TOE VETS HAVE A Gil MID PARADE
ihr UitT u lino rut, ih i;rt t'art'rn
lnr nnil liuwi.niM) i;, oi.lt TrH (tM
the lluyt In ill hi Uat,
Thritii tl,s Ktrrt,tth
Homo I1ti Mil lK
ttH.i ttaylr il. ttmtMi.
freat b.n i.i. i.s
tint . Sept fl. -Tho
whieh hold nearly
'if the tiro ml Arn.'v
hive in rneaiit pl.n is and eots ate In
I Vi'l v
Ii ..i '
ronni iu every piiMu- sellout
and hall in th i il v imd nhiln
ti ills with flags ll)n;: from tl.m
eviii park nnil mii a ii I lot. The v ist
t-iow ils have been perfect y handled.
'I lie sun lixtl sciireely risen testerdny
ere Ihe people b.-gan to gather along
the streets of the line of iiiinh to see
the parade. Wire cable, along the
stirets kept the crowd nvvay from tho
uiaiiheis. In fiont of the .-out I house
was a stand 10 1 feel long with Keats
for -'.Oiiii people Iu the center or it
was it decorated leview ing stand fiom
which the coiunmiider-iu-cbief saw
and was checied by passing thou
sands. Hvery houso along tho live
mile route wes ilucor.ilfil 'Iho
weather to-day was cool and plea ant
with a light brciv.c.
Tho main column begun forming
eaily iu the d.iv at the coi nei of Mei
itlen mid sfvenlh streeUt The line of
mat eh was down .Mcridcu si i eel to
'I oi l(, west to IVnusylv.uiln, nulh to
Maiket. east to New Jersey, south to
W.ishiurnn, west on Washington to
Tennessee, wheie U was ills iuhmmI . 1
Tile pliM-e smq came down the Hag
envered Rlleel with 10(1 mounted
police in tin' load, followed by tleueial
James It. Cunialian, grand ui.iihIiuI,
nnd lm stuff of ann mounleil
men. all In full dri-is utiform.
Illinois had the pltico of hoiioi in
the lead of tho 'roci!nloi and under
1) ' in linciit Coiiiui, iiider K A"lllod
gelt Per thirty posts and .',',0011 men
mailc a sti iking n ipoarancu Iu tho
middle of the line weio n hunilieil or
more inoq singing, "W'o'll h.tng lloke
Smith oq a sour unple lice, ' a senti
ment thnt was nun. Ii i heered and not
infiei.iiently hissed by the lool.eis mi.
Indiana with her Ihous i nl , of t
craiu lnou,'ht up the ten of lh" pin
i ession. u u I Hieie was heerui'r .ill
numg the line when ovl'i-osidcnl. Ilar
lison was seen m.iiilinu m tho i.niUs
with hi old rni, nudes of (leorge II
Thomis po'it of this city. In all lli.ie
were iietweon l"i,U.)ll nud IlO.u.iu
pie in tho pnnule.
TUB PATlftDMCI COMOBKSJl.
'M"l Plillti XputikA to tim flrtml
V.irlOSl ralr OmherUe.
ritit-Mio, st..i.- ,-., ,i. , at
I ii Mil. I Kiiliiti) thercat Aineuetin
republic and I call upon tlie I at holies
of Ameiiea to go. foiw.ml in oik
hand benrbig tin) book of Uin-.li.tn
Irutli iud iu the other ihe cun-tilii-tli.li
of tho l' n't toil, Slitcs,' f.iid Papal
tieiegaie Milo.lli, wrapping ihe n
pie folds of bis lobe of olVl u about1
him and hpeuUiug itii a biuniu'f
intensity of feylmg to the talholie
ooligre.sH to-day sifter .Indge () !: Ion
Of tlio New York Rupieiifj coui t, thn
presiding ollicer of the congiessh.nl
delivered sui address of welcome.
Scale 1 near tho chaiiiimu was the
Archbishop of .ante of tho tirccU
church in his full rogalia of olticc.
wniio on llio opposite of the singe
were two titrbtined teprcscnlatives of
tho faith of lluddha who had conic
into the hall to witness tlio piocccd
lugs. Tho pipal delegate spolte iu his own
tongue, the Italian, and his words
llfierwnrds translated by Archbishop
Ireland. Ilo said Hint the lirst
great Catholic congress, Hi- wlcal
and model for t,his nnil cvei y
such gathering, wa,s. whe-n, Christ, sur
rounded Vjf I b.o children of lsriu'1, de
levered, l(t, great dise.ourse on lltn
uiuiiuuun mo iiuriicn at wtin-ii ns
"Suck llrst the kingdom of Ho I nud
1,11s juRt'ico nid nil other things tdinll
bs added unto von." Heroin Aiiicnc.i
wns tho key of tlio future and llio
Pope had charged b'"'i 1 speak out
words of hopo and blessiag and the
mn-sngo ipiotfil above
uibiiop viaiierson ol i.oliiiuliiis.
Ohio, sound jd tho keynote for the 1ih-
cushion of tho grimt social (piiistious
uelore llio congress lu Look encyclical
on the condition of labor. Thcic
were a number of other speeches no
the industrial situation.
fIIYSICIANS ir-l OONCllUSS,
l!l'pruttlve 1'ioni Alt I'lirts
Allitrlc-.i Ml at lliu ChIImI.
W'AslitNfi'itiN, SopL (1. Missomi
-h -slii.ius far oulliumber theii Kan
sas brethren in attendance at the Pan
American Mudical congress wliub
begnn yesterday morning al AlWiugh
opera house l'roui Missiiini aie
I to. tors (' hrv-U. A l". I'-ci
n-i.s. Ui)lf lb Poial. .1 (J
I vuust.ct. II. C. Uallnii. XV. II. I'.v.ms.
I', (iregorv. I .1. I). (Jrltlith. I' f
llnghei.. (i Ilnlley. II M. Ilvpes, .1 P
hu.clie. II W. l.oeb, I! It Lewis, II
II Mm Id and P Pnqiun 'Jhe oily
Kan .ns v no have thin, far ic;isU'i cd
.i'ie ,hii i t.-i are . It I)ewee-. ani
I'a lu:. ny at 10 ociwt, la Wnli.iui
I'epp.-r of I'unniivan'u oscorteil I"
the i'1'ufo.Mv tl.o president of lh
I'nitid Slates mid llishop William
Paiol ot Marvlaud After a short
ni.ivir bv the bishoi). President
t'lcvelaiiil delivered ihe iiddicss of
Ini-or lllelit-u Mutt !.
C in. ado, SepL a- Kxiiloiico in the
caw nf Juror UbfWw charged with ot
ferlng Uii awartlfe ta uxliibltuiaat
tl, fnir Is nil in nud lib. irnnerallv llll-
( dersloiNl that Coiiiinlfsiwiur .Mussoy
tinil his siieclal eammiltoo of lnviu
gallon will report unfavorably to H
li., who will bo dfauutsied. Iligbee
deC-lams that lm will light the com
inltteo's deeislon In the courts if it ia
i , . 3S5- y ii sssLt i j .
.!. i. Mini in every tuilillc sr inol fts "-. S.' t 'SCJB-tSfr. 1 1
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OUR SHOKS TAJUK
PRKV In. I
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EISENSOHMIDT & HETSCH.
109 HARRISON AVEIMUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
Prescriptions Fllied Day or Night-
t-H-Tl 1.1 IMIOM.
econd Hand Store
New Goods at 2nd Hand Pric
SeetJur Gasoline Stoves theyucan't v
beatSold riht DOWN LOW. I",
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. bet. First and Division
Big Collar Saddlery House.
Strip Supplies, Harness, Bridles, Whips
SADDLES FROM $2.50 UP.
See our Mammoth Stock. Don't
I member the number, in, Harrison
line of Book's. Stationary, News,
Supplies always on
I-I. A. BOYL
LOOK HERE I "
in, iniqjninirTT tt i mj'
I Am Here t'otay!
iu ..ntof the Celebrated
Dll III C
J Oil III l'
u'ul i:aiflar l'roof;
:u v. untof tlio Cclebr.itou
l'tov Jfoiiiohuld Oo.,,.f 1VC1,
1W. lorm. o. Payment made , ..
y at my place.corner Harris,, una
?r and Orlando
THE (k rr
8"3. & van wvriw d
ji'U are 11 wain in in vi--- i "-
Kiojjr t niir-ln r- t -!-
A, C. HIXON, Prop'r
CONNKi'TION. - VKi
uuki: - . i olt
buy until you get our i rices.
aenuc. Sign $ig Collar.
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