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rnblMhnd V.ttr Frlitar Morning.
TILLMAN 1'IIICK. Proprietor.
1903 AUGUST 1903
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IIaijM;iiiiis of flic 1'iist Seven
Day in Brief.
ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD
CnHiiHllics n lid HIivH, I'crHoiml ami Po
litical .Voles, Business Failure and
Ko.iiiiiitiniiH, Weal her Itccord.
LNTKLLIHKXCK KUO.M ALL PARTS
Petty ofliicrs on 1 In- ici'flviiiK shlf.
Columbia ill I hn Hrooklyn navy yard re
fused in mess with a Muck man.
"Kluslle 01 emcig( rn; cm reney" win
Itidotscd by I lie Wisconsin .Slate Hunk
ers'iiFsoeatlnn at Hie .Milwaukee eon ven
llon. Columbian Cch-bralinn company bond
liolderH liae liecn ordered by Judge Til
ley In Chicago Hi settle a J.'JOO.OOO In
debtedness to the lliuln Foundry com
pany. Incurreil on woi Id's rulr spectutn
rium. President Hoosevell ban ordereil the
wlille limine greninds lo bi!(iieiied Satur
day afternoons to iieior children whose
parents are unable to lake them Into th
The barge Florrle wbh lout between
Ilnrnogat nnd Fire Inland during a
Kl'.rm mid live persons wcie drowned.
Airs. Pcnil Senmnn came from China
to Chicago lu become Mie bride ol
Philip Herbert lormeily m the fulled
Stale navy, who rescued her fiom
lloxors at Shanghai.
Louise llnby, aged 17. who wan Mild
In babyhood to a Dakota ranchman
and compelled to do hard labor all bei
111", cHuipcd ami rem lied the home ol
I'lilled Sl.iteH Senator W. II Hey.
burn, or Idaho, a leading lawyer ol
1 hai slate, wan en roi.te to Ponnsl
vanla lo weil Ii Ik boyhood sweetheart,
Alios (ihcr.itlno Veal man, who has
wuiied I'll yiatH for him.
It Ik estimated that 110.000,000 hap
been added In I h- p.iBl ) 1 ar lo Hie j ear
ly pajiolls or r,0 western railroads, and
that 10,000 men Hhare In the lui tease
A shot luge or $22,000 ban been dl
eovenil lu the Clly National bank f if
Canton, O.. mill Teller Alberi V. Dlchel
b.'IH been arrested.
An ixploslon or powder In a mine
at Fairmont. W Va . fatally Injun il (hi
After a voyage lasting over a car,
owing lo severe stonns. the French
bark (Iruiul Diiehessc Olgn arrlvul at
I'orlland, Ore., from Antwerp.
The exoimig(K al the IcuiIIiik clear
ing housiH In Hie I'nltcd KtateH durlns
Hie sewn i1hh I'tiiled on the 71b aggre
gated Jl,!ir.L',i:!!l,2;i0 The decrease coin
pares) with the ( orres.ponillng week ol
Inst yi ar wah :: 8
Tin M'Ulptiire-crowiicil lop of the
World's l-'ulr fr t-t I val hall In St. Lonlt
will lui 2flO leet high and will be largei
than St. Peter's al Itome.
Fire dcHlroyed 20 business houses ni
Lieut, (ien. Nelson A Miles, com'
mnndliiK I he army, has retln-d from an
the service, having reached the nge
limit of ill yearn.
Wlllard H. Allen, of Hoston. treasurei
of the Preachers' Aid Socle y of New
Kliglnnd Methodists, eonfe sn-el n short
age of oyer 70,ono.
A department store trust fiit, i-ald tr
he the object of a company Incorporate el
at Trenton. N. .1 . with $.-,,000,000 capital
A special train ran from Nt w York tr
Los Angeles, Cal . In 70 hi.urn anil 21
mlniiKM. breaking all iiillwa) teeords.
Al lllrinliigham. Ala , Will lluibor
J t TH I Will JlllllH, l!(gl(H, (OIIlct('d (II,
charges of highway lohhery, were rxe.
cuted In ih county Jail jar.l.
The law pawed by tho hint IcejKlatun
of WuKhliiKloo tnakliiKthiM'Otidiii lluK ol
n carnhlliiK rei.ort or kiiiiio ij felony lint
been declared cniiHlllillloiial by thi Btnti
Hupremo mill t.
Trali.n carrylnii; Wnllnr IJroth?rJ
clrctiH colllilid at Diliuiiil, Allcli., and l'?
mpn weru klllr d and a dnmi othernln.
lured, miiiii' fatally.
Frank HoIktmiii fcolorrd) win
hniiKed at .lucliMiiivlllc, Fla , fnr the
murder of Deputy .Sheriff Sadler ai
13 1 k .'Jiocb foiT Vfcur aicv
There wtrf; 17S liuMnrR failures In
the 1,'nlttd States ilurlnK the men
days ended on the 7th, iiKalnst 1!) the
name v.-eel; In 'i02.
Ainbashailor on Slernblirs. eif (ier
niany, ii-esented his credentials to Pres
ident It 'mevnlt nt OyHer May.
Plans for the inerKi r of a ecore of
Allele oil coinpanleK aie 011 foot at
Feir rcU ih,.V sake l)r, F. S. (iootlman,
of the government service, will suffer
the bite of a real malaria beailriK mos
ejullo. At the 1 (invention ef the National As
sociation of Postmasters In lloston Free
man It. Dlckerson, of Detroit, ivaaelec'
Ilurlarrf blew open the post ollli esafe
at Devon In., and look W, and Kime
Mtie pirsons were killed, nt basl 12
fatally Injured, and fully seriously
hurt by Hie fall of a walk at the I'hlln-
delphla National e iikuc hasehall park.
Five ItallaiiH were drowned at Viiban,
Mich . by thej capylzliiK of 11 bos.1.
Michael AtcMullen and Mrs. Antnne"
Sarin were killed, over.r,0 persons were
Injured, and enormous damage was done
to prop'rty by a storm mar I'lilsbtiri;,
Henry K Crocker. I'ranl' F. Venzle,
Tlaymoiid f J. Hall ami Charles W.
Holmes wcte drowiK d near Itoekland,
I.lzle Aiken, a inrio woman. iOytars
obi. was placed lu Jail al Columbia. S. C .
for beheiniliiK her two diiliphte r:i. three
and five .wars old
The transport Lopan ntrlved al Ran
Frandseo from Manila with IheTwen-
ty-sixth I' S. Inlantry
The pi leentapes of the bai-eball clubs
In Hie National leapue for the week
ended 01. Hie full weie: IMfflmrt' CiC;
New Vorl. .CO'.; Chlcico :,'.',; Cllicln
natl. 1. Ilrool-lvn. -17f; lloi-ton, .V2;
St Louis I'hllndelphla. :i:!7.
Admiral Melville, eia'li.i er-ln-clilef
of Hie na. lias iftlnd. having behind
him an imiihiially flue 1 1 cord.
The naval war jamc came to an end
iff Dm Harbor. Me. with detection of
the "fiiemjV lint trli,K to raid the
I.lent dm. YouiiK has nssiiined com
mand of the army.
Tin per' enlage.s eif the ban ball club
In the American liaue for Hk wek
ended on Hie !Hh were: Huston. .0:!0;
I'hlladelphla. ..rSI ; New York, ..'i2.!; De
troit, ..M I ; Cleveland, nil; Chlcnuo.
.4fi'J: St Louis, .n;:; Washington. .Ilirt.
At Haltlisbui;.'. AIlss . Amos .tones, a
negro, v.as haiiKid by a mob for filially j
shoolliiK .laller M M Sexton.
A small model of I'rof. l.ai'Klej's
i.e.iiplane made a hhorl (light and fell
Canliell, "king of the ghouls." made
a confession of his part In a number of I
murders al Indianapolis.
A linlllc hallstoim vldted north-:
weslirn Iowa and com was beaten to
the ground and live Mod was l.lll'il
Pri hide-lit Ke.osevell In a letter to
Hov. Diirbln of Indiana says lynchlni;.
which Is a foi m or anarchy, Ik growing
il an alarming rale, ami he suggiMs
predy trial ai.d puiiislimiul of 1 rlm
Innls us a lemulj lor mob violence.
i-i:iimi i, smi I'ui.ri ii i,.
Willlmn .luil-iili. sin I e- oil Inspccle.r,
died snddeiil) at bis home In Ann Ai
Ma J. Joseph llowland, governor of the
Mildlers' borne at LeaM-nworlb, Kan .
died at I lie age of 71! years.
John C.llbert Shatiklln. for jears u
leading democrat of Indiana, ami loi
merly eillteir of the lvansvllle Com lei
died at Kvansvllle
llrlg. fien. A 10. Woodson. IT. S A .
retired, died at I'aola. Kan., iiged iv:
ears. He was in the military serdci
Airs. I'hoebe Moiilloii celebialcd her
UCId birthday al La Crosse', Wis
William F. Dodge, the New York mll
lloiiaiie and piillaiithroplsl, dliil at his
Milium r home al liar llailior. Me.,ag(d
71 j ears.
Chillies C. lifMildge. stale clialriniiii
for Nebraska or the prohibition part),
died In Hxcclsior Springs, Alo.
The governor'a palace in Krushevo
wiiH icpoited wrecked by llulgai Ian I11-
surgculs ami .Ml Turku killed
Advices say that thousands of itns-
slau iroops wire being sent to .Man
churia. China Is on the i rge n a rdgn ol lei
reir. Scoies of iiIoiiikis are undei
dentil sentence and others are ilceing
to Japan lei escape persi cutlon.
Pope I'ius X siirprlsiil ailcnti olh
clals b discarding ci re-nioui.ls. ami 1 In
'iholishtnc.nt of imhic guaids Is said to
Ily an explosion In a facienj nt Vdey,
Spain. 10 e iiiplojis were 1.1 1 If d and 1 Ighl
Fifty Ladroms Impllcattd In r.-crnt
rnldH null- Surlgao. In th.' I'lilllpplne-s. i
have been seiitcnceil to lemg terms of
In Mi xlco the clili s or Oumich and
PeK'hutlli were Uolcnlly shake 11 bv
eariliiiuakes ami Hie olcmio or Collma
was again active.
The village or DJIvaiek. mar Moiias
tlr. was burned by .Macedonian and lliil
Rarlun Insurgcnis. and all the men, wo
men and children were massacred.
John Chamhns, Ci orgo Phillips, fitly
Henry ami Hllben Henry, all boys, were.
diowned near St. (;eorge, N. II., by the
upse tting of a uillhoct.
Labor HollDPlt, 'fWil
and scores e,f vf 1(1 '''
troops a,.,l lniiKlr.t"r,! "rested.
The eoronatlon X. took
place- In the toll:'; hl- '''Ur's in
Itome In tin- pnrts'f iwUntilllliulo
or peoplr. nrliid.",ll,W
dlgnlinrles of ihvi ""' '"Idotnats and
A maun nut "ntiannrchlstat.
tempted 10 as-sa ' 1 riiir Combea
at Alarnellles. Kra:'
Thu dl.:.-ippMrat"lf Wlllnrd S. Al
len, trraFiin-r of " "nlMerH' Aid r.o
clety, with SSO.f- ' '! funds, has
mused a piofm.. lr In Hoslon
church drcles. 1 dovclopt-d that
lie camhled iii - irltles with tho
cliiinlis moneys Hed when tho
panic swept all 1 -''"'' away.
Ah the tejHiilt t."unawny at Il'.ch
weiod, Wis., on L !. LenilB Wclkert,
of that place, waifOU'dy Injured, bin
wlfu w.-n. killed : "ily anil their
children were I
heirso ran away
a tree and wire
y injured. The
1 hill, dashing Into
-.:, throwing them
A bride eif fo
sonths was slain
uisbmd ut Lancas
. After sending two
while asleep h
ter, Pa., on th
Heart he; Hwallejwe-d
hoiiRht lie e;nn not.
had agreed to die-
live. He savu
ltrrol li.,,. ii
r. lias conl raeted to
U nlllB with ::oo,.
000 worth of
.nery, The output
of the; mills w
flncriiised within a
year lo I ,.oo I
l-h 11 day, Hiiperseu
';fur from America.
lug Ihei supply
A heavy ral
mm preceded by Uerce
r central und east
I'j lllli. In the eaut-
ern pari of t
nrltory mueli dam-
age was done
firm paiperty. The
eom and pusliires.
, or Danville;. 111.,
-.' letter concernlni:
rain was nee;d
the riot and fj,i ig lliere, de'darlng
that saineone Jj aithorlty should al
ways be rft 1' capital to act in
5ir Thomas L'jilem'K
llaidn, New Y.
work of get 1111
as taken Into dry
ii'lent ni the Hrle
mi the !)th, and H10
'.r reauy tor ine r.w.a
I'uring a he'w 1 bunder storin mi
the !itb, a meie ibe north part
of Chlckndia t T.. rllh a bl-r-e of
light and a slmuerof Pks which lit
up the eouutr ix 'iiouiiil.
A (leiniii iiii.li.riveirt.o'
(J., adopt ed "i. i.'.ii
i the 'm'i, de
1 1 1 1 v be in-
iiirii.-u ii; a) KMi'Tle
He-pui. .v'ar.Shi-.I V.
hot and fatally wo-i:
lit',- I lames W'-i'e
'ed Iii a runrliu;
battle', (iiiirbe 'iii. with oulliiwn near
I'liwhusl.,! vi the usage nation, I. T.
T.1111 I Ik 11 and II. n .McjId-ju esc.-iMui!
from the 111 Clieye !' Wyo , on
the '.11I1 iilo- ('.'( '-pei-.e.-inrj lue Jail'-r,
but Ihi-i ve,i soon . i n, vl IV1.
David I" liarrovs. i bu-f or ibe bureau
if Nun "iin-ian Tribes, was, on the
IO1I1, !iiioiiii'd mice emor in Oeneral
-!iiiei iiiiemli it Urytin of tin bureau of
iii'ill- iii.iiii tlon at Manila, I'. I., who
lias ii"-i(iicd bo poMiiion 011 niioiinl of
Illness Mr Harrows is a nalivi- or Illi
nois, and ;r npioiiited lo Hie bureau,
ivhldi In hai Just wualed. in Septem
(leorge li Day, pr.-.i leiii of (ieorge
lowu iiilii-ne. N. Y., on lb- IO1I1, len
ilered ,, nslgnallon lo Hie board of
Iruhii," ii, . eflective Seplember 1. in
uider t fi.tr lui may u epl the poiiitlon
if sen eim y in the home mission board
sf Hie Simiiiern ItaptlHt conventions,
with lii'inlipiarterH at Atlanta, (la.
"I.oid !' Seymour llarriiigtou, ae
riised 1,1 i,e minder of James I'. AIc
Canii at lionfils Stal ion, lu St. LoulH
(ounn in, (,i' night of July IS, was
In-hl v.iiiumi bail to await the action
ol tin Seiieinhei grand Jury by Justlcti
Isaiu W (irnpbell al the preliminary
hearing ,11 Clayton, oil the Kith
W bnks, wlio for ''.'1 years has,
lieen iiriiininenl In the lumber business
of (he iM.nliwesl. died at LaCrossc,
Wis , on ii,,. ioih, of paralysis, aged r;
j-i-ais lie 'vus a (lesct-ndanl of Jeler
Jciikh win, made the llrsl iron fuinacn
lu Amerlia and who also mude the dies
for the lb: , American coins
Tin- nmiiiil session of Hie Interna
tional T)i'igrapliicul union began at
Washington, , C, 011 Hie loih. lu his
unnual icpurt Fresldeni Lyndi urges
union nun in be tolerant of employers'
UKhoclai iiiiis. hoping Hint thereby bel
ter eouiliiiniiH may bo brought about.
Delcg.ui'H pai'siug Hiroiigh KansiiH
City, Alo in route 10 Hie nu;!o.".ai (J.
A. U. em aiiipnu'iil al tVin Francisto
1. vim e a deilded teiilliiieul III favor (it
Hen. AllliH Just retired tiom the head
1 if the l iiiii'il Slates army, us Hie next
commutiilcr In-dilcf of Hie C. A. It.
Hiilgarian r'l"'ls deslioyed, 011 Hie
10th, If, Milages In Tin key, killing
many of ilm villagers before the ar
I rival of Turkish troopH. The lusur-
. Igents lhrcapii to ilestroy all Hie Tur-
Cov liiirbin of Indiana, In 11 k'lter to
Preslileiil itooneveli, on the loth,
warmly lomuicnds the attitude of the
Jailer toward lyndilngH- ov. Terrell
of Georgia adds his coiuiiiendatlou of
The American HiUudion, under Itear
Admlral Cotton, bus arrived at (Jlbral
tar, from Lisbon, on Its way to Vllld
li-.iudn-, southern Frame.
MUminrl llnle lleiinllnn-il.
The; Allssourl mule has been decided
ofllclally by the .Missouri world's fair
eoinmlsslon us not a fit subject for the
sculptural decoration eil the .Missouri
bulldltig. He- does not properly em
body the spirit ol the stale, Il lo
d.lltncd. The; two lull figures,, one of
Jenerson and Hie other ol Napoleon,
which will be placed on cither side or
the main entrance of tin Missouri
building, were .substituted by the com
mission tor 1 he llrst designs submitted,
which did not coincide with the com
mission's Idea of what would be appro
priate. A mule team driven by 11 negro
and a cowboy standlni; by the side of
11 bull weru the Hist designs submitted
for the sculpture 10 occupy the places
eif honor on the main front ol Mlb-
sourl's building At the last meeting
of the commission, however, It was de
cided lo substitute for these designs
more dignified figures, and the team of
mules with their dusky driver will be
supplanted by the figure of Thomas
leffcrson, while the cowboy with wide
sombrero will give place- to the majes
tic figure' eif the llrsl consul f the
French republic The original groups
we-re well porlraed and the sclupturc
would have been of Hie best, but the
commission was or the unanimous
opinion that no matter how artistic the
execution of the proposed llgures they
were not the embodiment of .Missouri
sentiment and not typical of the; slate.
Thr I. KIM- .lin k ( elelillllloll.
Saturday, August in, the annual cele
bration of Hie anniversary or the bat
He of Lone .luck (Jackson county) will
be held. The picnic will be 111 Kus
seil's park, two miles west of Lone
Jack, 12 mlle.u rrom Lee's Summit and
six miles rrom Pleasant Hill. It will
be the forty-first anniversary of Hie
battle eif Lone Jack, which Is said to
have been nne of Hie bloodiest battles
of the civil war when the number en
gaged Is considered, dov. Dockery,
who has spoken in Ixme Jack celebra
tions belore, has piomised to be pres
ent and make an address. Judge
Oantt, Congressman W. S. Cowherd
State Senator Charle-s W Clarke' and
the former prosecuting attorney. Her
bert S. Hailley. have also accepted In
vitations to be piesenl and speak
.Senator Cnckrell was Invited, bill de
dined on account ore- picvlous eiigam
incut. -'W l.l'llf'l ,1 1 !.,.-
A rr mm liable lamlly
plaie at Seilalia at the
eieorge Sheldon Holland
Hons were present.
Itilll.c. aged Sr(. who
trips 10 Seilalia limn
llllles WCSI ol I he (Ily.
1 ell 11 loll took
1 hrlsli-nlng of
her inrin. five.
Mrs F.IUabeth Sllld. of Seattle
Wash, aged 01, .Mrs. SHl.e!' daugh
ter. Airs Kdmoiid I'. Sheldon, of Se-
daliii, aged III: .Mrs SIicIiIou'h iln.igh
lor, .Mrs. I. i:. Holland, aged 20, and
her son. (lei rge Sheldon Holland, bom
July 2::. I'm-; Mm Murk", tin- oldest
roprosenlallve of ibis remarkable fain
Ily. removed lo I'etils county years
ago from Ohio She reslde.e on a line
In i-m wllh a son and daughter, diiects
the work ot tin- larni and personally
niperinle'nils Hie housewoik
l'lieli 11 I'niir l(lie.
W II. Pl-elps. uiiorney lor the Mis
souri Pile Hie rallwa. did 1101 prove n
valuable wittiiMs belore Hie Jetfci-ion
Cltv grand jury Invosllgailng boodling
lie admitted that he hail Issued pas-es
10 many meinbent of the prese-m legis
lature Ho refused lo loll to whom
lie had Issued 1 hem. claiming he wan
loo poor to pay the flne-s the admis
sions would make 11 111 liable to It
was a new way of standing on his con-
slllullonal light. To give a pass lo s
member of the legislature Is a mlsde
meiinor punishable by lino uud Im
prlsonineni As long as he conl'osse.
generally Hint he- has given passes, bill
slates no specific olloiiso, llii're III no
way lo pinsocule him. If he hud given
names the way would be open to prose
Neurit lli'iiiilitli-iinii liiffliii-' I'lill
The Missouri Negro Itepiibllcnn
league In session at Sprltiglleld. passed
resolutions; Indorsing I'reslde-nl House
veil mid Circuit Attorney Joseph W
Folk, denouncing lynch law, culling for
a iicgio male iinlors;t mid ple-ullug
ror the election of Waller S. Dickey, or
Kansas ('In. as repiibilian national
commit 101 laaii lo succeed Itlchn J (
Mo WIIIiimiI H l'iiinilr.
C.-ipt Henry Marmadulie', a son or
former Hov Alurmuduko, of .Missouri,
Is now a man wlilioiti a country lie
guve up his Hulled Stales ch Ixcnship
lo take part In n rcceni revolution In
South America, which fulled, so now
he Is mil 11 clilcn eif any laud. He Is
In buslncsn In St. Louis
i:tiiii,ii r .mi. -I ci.ii.
The MI'Miurl fish commission will
ask for $12 000 for nn e-xlilblt of Mis
lourl llsli al the world's fair. Fine
specimens of to different varieties of
fish mill vt lo Alls'ourl Hlre-uns will be
Til Ti'iumfi'i- limiiiH' riillento.
The unusual spectacle of 11 special
train or cruzy people will b witnessed
lu Missouri 011 August 12, when 120
patients from the slate Insaiiu aayluiii
nt Fulton are transferred Irrim that
city to Fnrmiugloii. Cov. Dockery Ims
made arrangements with the Chlcavn
.1 Alton Untlroiid company to furnish
a special train on the uhove date lo
convey tliu Insane lo thy new state
asylum ut Farmlngloii, which is umv
ready for occupancy. The patients to
lie leinoved originally eamu trotn
southeast Mlssoutl nnd consist ol 7U
men and f.o women. Tv-'(:tity utlend
ants will be in charge of the trnlnload
ol demented. Only the less dangerous
patlenta will be carried on tho special
II Ik I.I II' V Snteil.
A -nmll boy was walchltig workmen
lay a composition roof on a new build
ing In ejoluinhln when his hut blow off.
In trying to recover the hat. he stepped
on the composition root nnu ins icci
stuck, lie striiugleil lo gel his reet
out. lost his balance and fell forward
and bis Iruids struck, lie could then
get nellhet le-ei nor bands loose and he
had lo slay on all fours until the work
men got turpentine and dissolved thu
tur and pulled him loose. Ho wan
se'iireil lialf lo death, bill not much
Ililiilleil (ill- (In- (Icenvliili.
A young negro couple presented
themselves the other day to a Furls
paiKin lo be man-led. Alter pel form
ing the ceremony Hie preacher, who es
teems hlmn-lf i-omcwhul eif a joker,
remarked "II Is customary fur the
picacher 10 kiss the bride, but I will
omit tliu! on this occasion, The
room grinned, making a line display
of Ivory, and answered: All right,
bo.is, ll am customary to gib de preach
er ' after the ceremony, but Ah will
omit dat 011 ills occasion."
Mull 111I0111I ! I'mnler.
Owen Haskell, 11 fugitive Irom Jn"
per county, wanted on a charge of
stealing ;i carload of powder near Jop
lln by Inking a Huh- at a time, was
arrested at Cailainl, Kr.u., Just attir
alighting from Hie train. Ills wile met
him al the depot, lie had not k"i
her lor months and as they were greel
llig each oilier on Ibe depot plulfiil'lli,
Sheriff Owen, ol .loplill. Stepped lip II. id
iirrcHtcil him Alts Haskell Idl proj
ti ale on 1 lie depot plailorm.
Sen "Nuclei.!" ill colon.
The 'sodciy" people of I'.oonvllb ( ti
lerlalu 1 heiiiseh es by walcblng 1 1 1 if
negroes root lor money They il l ::
dlshpiiii with Hour, ill op several una, I
coins into ii and llieu havi- tin- liiyb
lio.-i- II inn. Hie boy wild gels n ph e
in Ills moiilli being; gle:i il. At 1 r
Hie plcldUlilllileu liiio rooled all lb
money out ol a p.-.u of Hour il is
usual custom lo fill 111- pan with 11
kisses and lei Hicm 10m in Unit.
I'iioIIiiu I" Hi" llolili.
William Sorioll, an Inmate ol' ibo
l'.aii(li,lpli coiinly poor I arm. will al
low no oil" lo give him loud and h" Ik
ii'elcrmlni'd In lake no 1111111 l.-iliiiienl A
few months ago Sorrel lived lor 2d
days without lood and many timo.i
since then bus M-fused food lor a p'-i-od
of ten days. Only about eight weds
ago ho finished a last ol 28 days and
leureoly had thai last ended before ho
sinlc Trciiitiir) for .lulr.
Stale- Treasurer Hubert P. Williams
submitted a report ot Hie business of
Hie olliu- lor the mouth of July A
riiminiiry ol llu- report shown these
flgui-'S' r.iilauce on hand June 20, 42,
7!HI.(I!).SS, receipt!! lor July, Including:
irmislers. $-11 1.2-.;:.07; mini. ?::.2o;..
0i!2.!l."i; (llsbiirn'iuenth tor July. Includ
Ing iranslers. $.'!l.i!7ii.U; balance on
hand July 21. !f2,8.'i0.:iMl.ri1.
.Inl Tiiim mill lci'H
Sam K. Cook, secielnry of sl-ite, i-e-porls
having roichod taxes ,-iud fe en
for the iiioutli of .Inly us folloivs; No
larltil commissions. $i;i,"; ilomiu'le
corpoiiiiion taxes, t'J.I.Mi; forcli'ii cor
poiallou lax, f'.'O."; mlscellatU'Oiiii ioi;s,
$.'ihri.:t."i; land department fees, $1,
ril2.r,0; recoidlng railroad contracts,
VM; loliil, $12,.' 2.1. 10.
Hci-lillM' Mix Mlinnej Will, III.
The ease of Senator William P Sul
livan, of Christian coiinly, nudcrVu
(llclineut on 11 charge of soIIcIHiil- a
bribe, was ,sei tor trial by Special Jud?.e,
II. C. iinimonds for Wednesday, Au
gust l!l. It was the lllnesH of Alorlon
Jourdati, counsel tor the detense, that
gulned I he delay.
I'liiircil l,liiiiir lulu sirefl.
For 11 month union im I val servUes
were In progreH.-- at Washburn, a small
town In tho south pari ol Harry coun
ty. The other night John Hlael: and
James Alooney, two saloon men, be
came 1 ouvcrlcil mid, with Hie asaUt
ance eif the revlviillals, they took their
stocks ol liquor and cmptlei' It In the
i.H''jt and locked ibeir doors