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. VOLUME XXXVITT. NO. 17.
KANSAS CITY. JULY !, J 80a
1MMOI0 TWO CENTS.
itg jP ailn
i ntniiTPi't. tMtoAtis or rttoM:itA in
IHK .lAI'AM-.SF. KMl'lltK.
FIVE THOUSAND HAVE DIED,
OVr.lt NINE TltOtlSANtl t'Kai'f.t: AT
taoklii M.vor, Tin; oirrimiiAit.
STRONG WAR FEELING IN JAPAN
Unit AflMT AMI JfAW l.r.INO ItAIMIIt.Y
iNcunAsi'.i) rit snitvicn.
King of Corrn Itnlil n Premier In 1 1 1 Dun
Hi'iitm mill dm ltehol In I'uriiin.i Mak
ing n Mttihhnrii HrMtiinre-rortl(l-cations
nl l'ort Arthnr
Yokohama, July 2S. Since the outbreak
of cholera In Japan 0,000 persons have
been nttneked with the disease and over
C,000 poisons have died.
St. l'utcrslntifr. July 2S. Advices to tho
Jx'ovoe Vremya from Vladlvostock say
Japan la assiduously raising her army
nnd nnVy to a war footing. Two cruis
ers, bought In Peru, have already ar
rived, and crows will shortly he sent to
Knirlund to bring out three Ironclads,
o.ich of 12,000 tons, which have been
oidered there. A strong and warlike
temper prevails In Japan.
The virrespondent further says that
the Japanese Imperial body guard has
been sent t tho lsl.lnd of Formosa,
where tho ,beln nro supported by the
viceroys of Southern China, who send
them arms and 'ammunition to maintain
n stubborn resistance. The Japanese
havo blown up tho fortifications at l'ort
Cholera Is raging In Corea and In tho
IJuo Tuns peninsula. The Japanese
dominate Corca and hold the kins a
REV. DR. BEECHER DEAD,
Hi, fl'a n Itrntlier of Henry tVanl Heochcr
uud Crossed Into tin! llijoinl, Aged
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 2S. Ilov. Dr. Ed
w.ud Heecher, brother of the famous di
vine, Henry Ward Ueecher, who died at his
home. No. IS.' .Macon street, early this
morning, was 92 years of ape and spent tho
greater pait of his life In tho ministry. Dr.
Jleecher, who was older than his more
f.imoiis brother, was born at Cast Hamp
ton, I,. 1., on August 27, 180.1. In 1S.10 he ae-
opted the tlr.st presidency of the Illinois
college at Jacksonville, III., which poiltlon
he held for the succeeding twelve jears.
During the Alton riots In lk3S the mob at
tempted to murder Di. Ueecher on account
of his pulpit utterances.
Ills next call was to tho Salem Street
"onKiepritlon.il church. Hoston, where he
aemained until 1SZZ, when he accepted the
offer of the Congregational church at Gales
liuig, letalnlng that position until the 70th
year of his age. He came to Brooklyn In
3S7J and was associated with his brother in
tho publication of the Christian Union.
The f unci ul will take place from the
I'lj mouth church on Wednesday. Interment
t Greenwood cemetery.
an i:mini::t oiii.i,i:itiTi:n ui:ai.
l'.lder Hlmes, Who I.ehorod AHth tliol'oiinil
or of Adieiitisiu, l'iiHst-8 Ami).
i:ik Tolnt, S. D., July 2S. Elder Joshua.
S Vaughan, lllmes, the famous co-worker
of 'William Miller, the founder of Advent
Inn, is dead, at the age of 01. Mr. Hlmes
was born In Wickfonl, It. I. The family
were Episcopalians', but the boy became
a member of the Xciv England sect com
monl) called Chilstian Baptists, and for
n number of years served as a general
mlsslon.uy. In tho midst of this work he
llrst hr.ud of William .Miller and his
loathings us to the near npptoach of the
second adent. Mr. .Miller had been
preaching for seven years, but no partic
ular Impression had been made. Mr.
lllmes arranged to meet "leather" Miller,
and after patient Investigation, made up
his mind that "the old prophet" was
light. .Ir. Hlmes ut once arranged for a
weekly paper and began the publication
of books nnd tracts Innumerable. Tho
llrst number of the paper was sent to
even postollleo In tho United States and
in Canada. Thus a great lellglous move
ment was begun. In 1S70, however. Elder
Hlmes leturneil to the ilmrch or Ills youth
and hna slnco remained with It.
imihhi.no Tin: .mails.
IVIIx Mm ray Arrested for tho Crlmo nnd
Omaha, Neb,, July 2S. I'oatofflee Inspect
or Sinclair ami Ueebo came in from the
V st last night, bringing Felix Murray,
tho for thirteen years has handled mall on
the Elkhorn road. Murray was charged
with robbing 'ho United States mall and
lodged In tho county Jail, I"or years letters
containing money have been lost in transit
between Mlssoutl Valley, l.i and Long
1'hio, this state. Any number of detectives
have tried to locate the gulltv man, but
t-ach time without success. The loss of
thousands of letters containing relief for
drouth stiifcrers c.iuscsl the department to
make a llnal elfort with decoy letters, Mur
POISON i:il iiy TOAKVIOOT.8.
Three Children Dead mill Three. Other
Ited liml, 111., July 2S. A family of mnv
cis, while near Anna, mado their supper
of toadstools, which they mistook for
mushrooms. Three children aro already
dead and tho mother and two boys nro til
and aio not expected to live. They arc
being shelteieii In a. burn and nro being
cared for by tho farmers in the neighbor
hood, Prisoner Fseupe at Guthrie.
Guthrie, O. T,. July 2S. (Special.) James
r.ur. conllued In tho tedcral jail here on
tho chaige of horse stealing, escaped from
his ruard while being given an nil lug last
ov .ing. Jumped Into nnd swam tho river
a. id getting Into a largo coinlleld, escaped.
Sunday Closing In .Mae on.
Macon. Mo., July 2. (Special.) The
Maconi police to-duy endeavored to en
force the ordinances against opening bus-
Select your decorations nnd let
us have your home newly papered,
the doors and woodwork rellnlshed,
60 that on your return your house
will bo llko new, and all with no
sother and at
lno hone on sundnv As a result,
rjinnit f.rij persons. Including HMnrj ntnl
lry cooels nirrolinnt. butehrrs rtnel bread
deal) r. were notltlrsl to appear l fore the
pollie court to-morrow nnd nhswer tho
charge of violating thf onllnanres Tho
notion of the oirieers crrntod a scii'iillon
nnd min h ill-feeling.
SCHEMING FOR A THIRD TERM,
There eeiin to He Nit lloiibt but Mr. Clevr-
binil Is (juicily Arranging for An-
olher "Mitnlii illon.
Wnhlngton, July 2i (Rpcolnl ) There is
no longer ntiv doubt In a wide elnlo of
public men that Prosllont Cleveland Is
looking for his fourth nomination. Some
months ngo, when this was llrst Intimated,
there were doubts repressed among thoc
who were watching the trend of affairs,
but further Investieatlon ban led them to
the conclusion that, rldl.-iiloiis as It may
seem, the reports are true.
Naturally enough, the men who nro In
a position to know most about the mutter
ate careful not to glvo out Information
tor publication. They do not want to be
held Up before the president as "leaking,"
for that would Injure them with him anil
they might surfer thereby. Hut while It
Is not possible to get theo men to give
out any news for publication over their
names, at tho same time many of them
have Very decided opinions on the subject.
There Is no doubt that Mr. Cleveland Is
now nl work perfecting plans to make tho
rare again for president.
It Is conceded by all of nnnnolal and po
litical sense that the Wall street crowd
does not Intend to let go of the White
llouo If It cm be prevented. It Is well
known that the preent administration
gamblers put up the money that secured
Mr. Cleveland's third nomination and this
same crowd has control of the party ma
chinery to-day. They have plentv of cash
and expect to pay It out If nothing else
will bring around the result. This being
f hrv nnun tllnll 1I 111 n.iM.iHtl Mia .tnt-
lov niov. K4 c j n iii vuwuiii niu ii'i Lini"
ve.ntlon just as they did the Inst one and
one of their number will head the ticket.
This conceded, it Is plain to ee that .Air.
Cleveland will have little trouble to realize
his ambition to control nlfnlrs during nn
other administration, provided the people
of the United States can be buncoed again,
There Is money In It. If there was rcnlly
no cash In It very few on Wall street and
of the administration crowd would 'care
to be president of the United States.
It Is stateii bv a gentleman who has
been trusted with inlile financial schemes
of the administration that there Is no
doubt but that tho president will again In
nominated. Cleveland behaves that It will
bo an easy task to forco his nomination
nnd ho Is giving tho subject all the at
tention necessary at this time, lie Is ar
ranging with politicians in certain stntes
for the delegations to bo secured In tho
usual Demociatlc way
It is said that Cleveland will utilize Mr.
Whitney and allow his old time manipu
lator tn make the race for the nomination
or at least allow him to be referred to In
that connection, it will bo lemcmbered
that soon after Cleveland's second term
the rumor was put out by administration
circles that there hnd been a row between
Whitney nnd Cleveland. No one at tho
tlmn familiar with the methods of Cleve
land or Whitney believed that the report
was true. It was simply another game.
Hv this means Whitney will poe as tho
friend of the ills ippolnted oifeoe seekers,
who will naturally turn to him. lie will
play with them, but In the end will dis
cover that It will bo the best after all to
nominate Cleveland and the end of tho
trick will bo leached. In conformity with
this plan are the recent statements of
Whitney about foreign affairs matters,
where he appeared to be far In advance of
tho administration. Hv this means It Is
proposed to carrv in administration circles
as many elements as possible.
It Is a fact that every man close to
Cleveland's aspliatlons believes that he Is
working for another nomination and they
believe that he will get It. The statement
of Senator Quay some days ago had as
much to do in mnklng the people of tho
country understand the real tacts as any
thing that has happened.
TRAIN PLUNGES INTO THE SEA.
Terrible ltnllroml Areident In .lupin unci a
Number or l.lves l.ott I'mir Hun
dred Troop 011 Hoard.
Yokohama, Jub- 2S A train bearing 100
Japanese soldiers, who landed at Illio
shlma on their return from the war, while
en route to Kobe, ran oft tho rails whete
tho line Is constt acted along a sea wall.
I'lunglng over the wall, the llrst section
of tho train was thrown into tho sea. It
consisted of twenty cars and two engines,
one in front and one In tho rear. A gale
prevailed at the time and immense
waves washed over the railroad track.
When the train leached the most ex
posed pntt on tho morning of tho accident
it was vety dark. A succession of heavy
breakeis struck the train and cut it In
two. The Hist engine, with eleven cars,
fell Into the .sen. It is stated that the
killed number fourteen.
A COLORED MAN LYNCHED.
t.'ImrliH Harwell M. ets Death at thn Hands
of ll .Mob Nllir Meriill.m, .Mis.
Meridian, Miss, July 2S Charles Ilur
well, coloied, about CJ years of age, was
lynched here last night. It was thought
that he was concerned In tho Tanner out
rage, which occuiied within a stone's
throw of where ho was hung. On the night
of the Foiuth of July Lewis I'armer and
his wife, who run a small stoio about two
miles fiom here, wete muuleiously as
saulted and left for dead, after whlih
their stole was robbed, l.atet develop
ments seem to fasten the Ijuehlng on the
ii-al culpilts. since It Is learned that this
oni ni-Kiu. iiiirweii, was piomiseii a to
ward or Wai to ferret out the guilty par
ties. This became known to those con
cerned in tho farmer outrage and they
ate thought to havo made away with
Kansas Irrigation Convention.
Topoka, Kns July 2-1 (Special.) John
E. Fiost, chaliman, and II V. Hinckley,
seeiotaij, have Issued a call loi tho thlul
annual slato litigation convention to bo
held at Garden City September 21 nnd Si.
These davs have been seleeted, as they
precede thu Garden City fall, at which
exhibitions of the pioducts of it ligation
will bo In abundance.
Too Hot for the Torn.
Wlchtlu, Kas., July 2! (Special ) This
was n disastrous dnv to the coin crop la
Southern Kansas. The heat was Intense,
and lepmts iiuui Augusta, llutler county,
and Corbln, Sumner county, aro very ills
couraglng. No hut winds prevnlled, but
the dry heat Itself was siilllclent to bum
the llfo out of wholo ilelds of com.
UltlEl" lTHMS UV WIIIU.
Ilerlln, July 2S. Emperor William has re.
turned to I'otsdain, alter his ctulse to rin
l.md. Dessau. Anluilt, July 2S. Princess Fred
erick, wlfo of the hereditary prlnco of An-halt-lX'ssau,
1'arls, July 2 These Americans havo
been appointed chevaliers of the Legion of
Honor. Mc'sxis. liattlctt. the sciilptoi j .Slew.
art, the aitlot, nnd odut, dltector of thu
Sulphides Society at l,)onsi
St. l.ouls. Mo.. July 2i, Tho sixth biennial
convention of the grand lodge of tho The
atrical Mechanics' Association was called
to ordirr n-dny by 1'rwldent William 13.
Meredith, of Toronto, of Huvelln's theater,
He-legates- from forty-eight lodges were
present, besides the grand olllcers.
Cumberland, Md., July 23. Hon, Henry
W. Holfman, associate Judgo of the rourtli
Judicial cltcult of this state, died to-day
In his 63th year at his lesidenco In this
city. Ho was elected to tne Thlrtv-touith
eongross over ex-Governor William T.
Hamilton, Democrat. Judge Hoffman was
a lawjer of great ability and a llnlshcd
Credo, W.,Vu July 23.rMrs. Williams
Pierce, of Mfddleport, N, V., and her mar
ried son Fiankllu, who owns a laigo
family boat and travels by river operating
a merry-go-round, were both ill owned heio
this afternoon. Mrs. J'leice fell Into tho
river. Her son Jumped In after her anil
the current swept them under the barge,
JJoth bodits havo been recovered.
New York, July 2S. A destructive lire
stuited In tho basement of the sl story
bilck building uumbuiing V) and 21 West
Twenty.sei.oiid slivet, fronting on No. 2S
and SO West Twenty-third street to-day
and gutted the establishments of Scharlcs
liios., dealcis In lo J a. and Jacouln As Co.,
dealeis In French millinery. Tho entire
rear poilon of tho stiucttue was badly
damaged. Thu 6tock of Schailes llios.
was coninleteiv destioved. oml th.,f af
Jacouln was so badly damaged by lire and
water that It is likely to prove a tuUI
AID FOR THE CUBANS.
AN I.MI'OltTANT I'.Xrr.lllTIO.V NOW t',N
itnini: 10 1111: isi,am.
NOTHING LESS THAN A WARSHIP
sin 1: is i,o.vm:i with ntr.ss ami
MtlO.Ns; of MA It.
HER NAME A PROFOUND SECRET
is .m.nm:d nv amuiiica.nm who
AHV, ALSO 1NCOU,
1 ho liiMirsmM Kxpri t Soon to Itn Itctng
nlfMl nfl tti'Ulcrrrnti Uy n niitli nr
Ccntriil Amrrlfiin licimhllti iiml
'i hrti 1 ruiililn May lln
Philadelphia, July 2. Tho Press will
publish the following to-morrow: Hy Tues
day or Wednesday of this week there will
bo In Cuban wateis the largest expedition
from this country that has jet left. It
will bo under command of Colonel Uniliiuo
Collaro, who arrived In this country about
July t! and since that time has hi en pre
paring for this expedition. The ship Is
lilted out an a war vessel and Is capable
of a speed of seventeen knots an hour
and hns mado nineteen. About ten davs
ago a trial trip was made on Sandy Hook.
She was at onco accepted and thu money
paid over. Clearance papers weru obtained
and tho vessel put out to sea. A con
tingent of about twelity-llvo loyal Cubans,
skilled as shipwrights, and experienced
men-of-w. n smell, were shipped on another
vessel and tiansfcrred to her on tho high
sens. Itapld firing four nnd sl Inch guns
wero sent out In tho same vessel, and by
the time tho boat roaches Cuban waters
sho will havo quite iu formidable battery
What Is needed more than anything elso
by the insurgents Is said to bo aboaid the
vessel, Theio Is said to have been loiilcd
fiom this city 3,000 lletnlngton rltles and
DO.OuO pounds of ammunition. Tho rllles
and ammunition aro said to have been
shipped to this city by tho manufactutcrs,
or rather to a point near this city and
londod on vessels at points down tho river
and bay. They wero then cnriled out upon
tho high seas and theio transferred to tho
vessel purchased by tho Insurgents. Every
thing was completed for sailing on Satur
day night and the vessel Is now believed to
bo on Its way to Cuba,
There Is but ono Cuban In tho party.
Among thoso who aro em oiled Is a foimer
olllcer of the United Stall s navy and olllcer
of the national guard and four or the men
who served throughout tho Ijte civil war.
Tho names of these people will not bo mado
known until tho vessel lands Its men on
Cuban soil. I'or obvious reasons the namo
of tho vessel has also been kept unlet. As
soon as the Cubans aro iccognl7ed as bel
ligerents bv some foreign government tho
vessel will bn pin chased by tho insurgents.
When this Is done the Cuban Hag will be
talsed on her nnd sho will bo named In
all probability the "Prcsldcnte Marti." In
honor of the Into leader of the Insurgents.
This recognition Is expected from a South
or Cential American tcpubllo In a very
lew dnis. ,
The Hist step towaid this will be taken
In a. day or so. If It has not already been
taken. It Is the purpose of those on the
island to set up a piovlslonnl government
at Mananlllo or itnyamo oi some othei
point In a day or so. It the advices re
ceived by tho local Cubans are conect,
to the effect that General Muitliuv. lie
Campos Is now practically a pilsoner in
lluyumn, the new government will In all
probability bo set up at that point.
HE SAYS THEY ARE ALIVE.
A 1'rlend of Holmes Cliilins Minnie Will
iams and Mrs. (miners Aro Living
Chicago. 111.. July 2S. A local newspaper
Is In meipt of an anonymous letter which
says that Minnie llllniii-, Mrs. din
ners, an unknown man nnd alittleboy are
living on Wabash avenue, somewhere be
tween Korty-llrst and rifty-secoml streets.
Tho w liter suvs he is a friend of Holmes
and that ho knows .Minnie Williams and
Mrs. Connors well. He claims to have
met them nnd been recognized by them
lasti week. He says ho would havo given,
this Information to thu police, but he fears
the treatment ho would tecelve at their
hands, and besides docs not wane news
paper notoriety, lie als-o savs .Holmes will
In- able to produce A mile Williams at the
Ma) Have "tliirileri-il 3lllford Colo.
Tattle Ilock, Ark , July 2t. It Is probable
that John C. Allen, alias John It Cald
well the nssoctate of Insurance Swindler
11. H. Holmes, who is serving a lltteen
v ears' sentence In the penltentiarj heie
lor horse stealing, may bo tho .means of
'King upon Holmes the respouslbllitv for
another murder Sheillf.Mcl5.ie, of Ion
Worth. Tex., who was in this city ast
week, had h long talk with Allen, and in
th. ir conversation, the disappearance last
year of Mllford Colo, a wealthy Ilaltlmoro
man. was mentioned. Colo came heie a
year ngo Inst spiing as tho representative
;,f a Hiililniore lumber sviidicate. lie. ut
once beianio prominent In lumber circles
buvliur a saw mm imu . nmw
Colo mentioned to friends on lib? return
til KlttlC llOCKt IMJlli mi tr vnn nn -
wniil ho was summoned to Chicago by a
telegram fiom Holmes, so the story goes,
and has not been s.en or heard of since.
Until Allen and Sherilf Mcltao, it is said.
""" led Colli'., association with Holmes at
Koit Worth last jear, nnd Cole's tubse
THREE BOYS CUT TO PIECES,
Hun linn 11 ami Inslunlly Killed by a Haiti
nii.ro & Ohio Train Near Wash
ington, I), V,
Washington, July 2S. Eirly this morning
on the traiks of tho Ilaltlmoro vi Ohio
railroad, near Itlverdalo park, a suburb of
this city, were found the mangled bodies of
three boys, ranging In age from 10 to 13
years. They had evidently been run down
by a train Saturday night and had re.
inalned undiscovered until this morning.
Tho bodies wero Identiueu as inos 01 j,
Waters lllubdon, on of J. U, lilubdou a
prominent contractor and real estate broker
of this city: Guy liroun, son of W. It.
itrow n, atlJJS It street, and Charllo Lynch,
of Itlverdalo. . ,,,.,
It Is believed the boys were struck by the
fast Western express, which passes u local
tialn at this point about the tlino the ac
cident! is supped to havo occurred. The
ladles were found huddled together and
mangled almost beyond recognition, A
coroner's Jury was Impaneled, but a verdict
was withheld until the testimony of tho
train's, crew can be secured.
Nearly Killed by u Mad Hull.
6t. Paul, Minn., July 23. A Chippewa
Falls special to the Pioneer Press bays;
A bull on the farm of Mike Hall, near Ea
gle Point, nearly killed two men yesterday.
A farm hand while at work was attacked
by the animal and thrown into the air.
When ho struck the giound the bull gored
and pawed him horribly. Hairy Hall went
to his assistance with a pitchfork, and the
animal nearly killed joung Hull also, IJotb.
men aro in u precarious condition.
Dentil of Colonel Wood.
Jamaica, I I., July 2S. Colonel Alfred
M. Wood, two terms mayor of ilrooivKn.
and commander of the Fourteelth regi
ment when that regiment went to the
imnt iutLam IhJi JuitUft et iiUil itVLEU ("ft
(KM ill "I
lure, on the lion Mountain 10.111, anu con
tracting for tho puiehasH of 2.,,0i 0 acres of
jtlmbcr lands In Southeastern Arkansas. In
July. IS'H. ho spent two weeks at Iort
Worth. Tex., becoming well acquainted
with Holmes, who tiled to Interest him in
.....:;. i,.,.io enteriulsi s. These facts
Ihls morning at his liom.. it the Milage of
Queens, In H.8 Colond .1.1 wis 111
pointed t nlted States ionst ,,l t n(. (l
ntnnrp, linl.v, which poHi n he held for
TO SUPPRESSJHE REDSKINS,
t!'iicriil ( oppltigcr Is Vtottug I roops to
iliirkvi.ti's Unlit nnd .Market Luke
I lie siiiinlloii .Alnrli linprim il.
Washington, July BS. -Dispatches tc
celvod nt army headquiuti rs hero to-duy
from General Copplnger show that the
fori e of cavaliy ordeitd to Jiuksons Hole,
tho scone of the Indian Doubles In Wy
oming, Is making Its way there nnd will
probably reach the place by Tuesday night
In addition, other tioopjt have been ordered
to Market Iake from Fort llussell, so as
to bo In readiness for active work should
their eorvlcos bo n quired, No mention Is
mado of further ttonble, mid with the
known pcaiofnl nttltude of the Indians on
the Wash.iklo and Duschesne leservatlons,
tho situation Is login ded as veiy much
Gciieial C'opplnget's latest dispatch reads
substantial as follows' ".Major Chaffee's
squadron of cavaliy left Market Luke at
G p. m. Saturday and will probably reach
Maosvale, near .Ineki'oii's Hole, on l.lltle
Green Tree lake on Tuesday night. Con
stant communication between tho two
points (Marjsvalo and Markit Lake) will
bo kept up by courier lines. Two Indians
and the chiefs or tho Shoshones and It 111
nocks fiom the Port Hall reservation left
Market Lake this (SaturdtiV) moinlng to
Join Mnjtir Chun re "
Another dispute h Horn Geuctal Copplhgor
states thit th. road to Marjsvale, cci pt
ten nillis thioiigh Talon pass, Is reported
as good. Five companies of the Eighth
Infiiiitl'V loft Foil llusscll Sutuiday nttei
liooli, to bo held nt .Market l.une as a le
"eivo force. Tim commanding ntllceis at
l'ort Washnltle, Wjti., and l'ort Duscluslii',
I' T lepoit that the Indians on then re
spective leservatlons are not Involved In
tins hostllo movement. Agent Teter, of
the Fort Hall reservation, Is en route with
thu department commander to Maisvali.
Tho companies of the Elgin It infantiy will
reach Market Lake Momln morning.
Tho statement that the Indians on the
Washaklo and Duschesne nm nations 1110
not Involved In the puint movement Is
legal ded by tho otllcers of the armv as
veiy lniioi Hint Tho Sho-dion. s ate under
tho direction of the agent at the fotmer
reservation and tho Utes under the agent
at the latter, so It Is felt here that theie
will bo no trouble osperlenied from them.
This condition of nlTalts, It Is delicti d hole,
makes the situation much uisler to handle
for with but one tribe of Indians to deal
with tho uprising can be nun h nunc easily
suppressed. There lire now four tinops of
cavalry on their vvnv to M.iivsvlllo and
live moro will reach .Market Lake to-tuoi-row.
which makes the available foice all
that It Is hoped will be necesKiiiy to quell
MYSTERY OF OLLIE GERMAIN.
Kidnaped ITfteen tear Ago, Mm lln l.lu il
ill Wlellltll as .Vluliel VVoltll- -.Irltfil
Wichita, Kas., July 2S (Special.) This
city was thrown Into iv Helmut to-d.15 ,
when It discovered that .Main 1 Worth, a
joung lady living here, was none other
than Ollle Germain, who was kidnaped
lltteen jears ago, suppusedlj by Gvpsles,
fiom. her juients, at ltrown's Volley,
Traverse count), Minn. lit r disappearance
has been a mysteiy in that section of the
state, and It has beon vvuvtn Into scores of
lomantlo stories. She was .1 )e:irs old
and very handsome, when she was stolen,
nnd although her mother hns been looking
for her ever since, she icnivcd no tidings
of her until a few weeks ago. In the
meantime, Ollle's father died of grief. It
Is said, and 11 few years ago her mother
married a man named ' D. older, who
took an active interest 111 finding the lost
child of his wife. About two weeks ngo
a lady from Hrown's"Vnll. v, while visit
ing here', met the oung la Iv of IS. This
lady knew Mrs. Older when the) wero
girls, and the apptiuanee of Mabel Worth
lesembled her mother so htilklngl) that a
suspicion ut 0111 c arose th it she was
the kidnaped gill Hlie bej.iti an Investi
gation, vvhli h so alaimed .Mis Worth that
tin- lett with Ollle dm Ing the night, no
bod) knows whole. The polu c well con
sulted, but too laie .Mrs. Worth was fre
eiuently nvv.i) ami the )oung 1 nl) smed
nt tho home of Mrs. TankcM) In hoi
ulHcnce. Detective Sutton went to Mrs.
Tnnkersly )estcnlav. who toll him all
about tho affair, having no doubt 01 the
Identity of ollle Girmaln Th. (mine
traced Mrs. Worth to Joplin. Mo. wh.ro
Ollle accompanied her, but tin trail was
lost there. No nniiHe Is giv,n for the
retention of Ollle bv Mis. Worth im Is It
know what part, it nuv. Mis. Worth
had In the 01lgln.1I kidnaping.
MRS. LELAND STANFORD'S PLANS
M10 Wilt Iblllenvor to It.llso .Mono) lo Kiep
tint lllg University Going Horses
to He Sold.
San Francisco, July 23 Mrs. Leland
Stanfonl haj been nt Palo Alto consulting
President Jordan about tho opening ot
Stanfonl university In September. -Mi".
St.anfonl's llnances will not permit of any
expenditures that are not absolute!) nec
essary, but sho will bo able to tiirmsh
money to run tho institution on tho same
plan as last year. Mr. Jordan has sun
mltted estimates showing that the univer
sity can bo condor tod without impaiiiug
Its elllcleiicy for $li.,000 a month. .Mrs
Stanford, in order 10 talso the mote),
will sell off th.- stock on the Palo Alto
1 .inch. There are now on the mini i.o
html hf lino hat so, one auction - il. will
bo held In New Votk and nnoth. r 111 S.in
Francisco, The Im nine from Palo Alio
and Vina ranches has not been laig.
enough to keep Hie unlvcislty going, and
In order to keep It open Mis. Stantotd his
been obliged to li)puthecale sumo of In r
rallioad bonds, ami the same 1 oursc will
be neeessni) to m.iiio funds for the sup
port of the untie isiiy dining the lomlng
)ear. It is iiiiiloistooil that .Mrs. Stanfonl
Is now negotiating u heavy loan on bonis
of tho Southern I'nlllc, ot Arizona and
Now Mexico. Ovvliu. to this financial em
barrassment, Mis Stanford Is very not
ions; to hive the government suit ugutiist
the cstnlo settled as soon as possible. It
Is tindeistood that an agieement has be, n
reached among louused to have tho prop
er papers llled with tho com I of appeals
at an early date.
A TORNADO IN THREE STATES,
A Mlliigo by 1li.it folliillm Niuuo In 3llt
sourl Ullfil by 11 Teirlllo Mono.
St. Louis, Mo., July 2v A special to the
Republic from Cairo, III., says: Itepoits
Just received state iliat on Saturday afn r
110011 a tornado pas-ed over the village of
Three States, sltuaied oil tho Mississippi
river, forty-live miles south of heto, on
tho Missouri side. Lightning struck a
shantyboat tied at tho ban., killing tho
owner, George Millellind, and viltc, and
fatally Injuring the r thieo chlldnn, who
aio stuco reported to havo died Their
homo was said to he Kenosha, Wis. At
liai lies' Itldge, thn miles west of Tluoe
States, tho lightning struck a futmhouso,
Mimic o m in ana who .nameii j nomas.
Tho wind camo fiom a western direction
nnd with such teriiflc foice thai It blew
down a huso smokestack of the Tlino
States Milling CompaiD's mill Fortunate
ly, the chimney fill lengthwise, with the
building, doing no damage. The tornado
literally cut a swath thiough the woods
1UI yuids wide, upiootlng trees and In
some instances earning them considerable
Klin Into nit Open switch,
Bedalla, Mo Jul 2S. (Special.) All east
boiiuil I'nciiia tnlght tialn iun into 1111
open switch nt Lamoute lust night. Tho
engine went over 011 its side and a dozen
cms weru smashed Into kindling wood.
The engineer and llreman Jumped in tlmu
to escape Injury. Four trnmpa wero In a
box car which was torn to pieces, but not
ono of them received a scratch.
Ihul or tho World In 1SU7,
Spilngileld, Mass. July 2S. Flder Hiram
Mutiger, one ot the leading Second Ad
ventists, In a sermon at the camping
grounds to-day iiiophcsled tho end of the
world will como la 1W, according to Script
uie. Soldiers' anil biillors' ICeiinliui.
Washington, Kas., July 2S. (Special.)
The cla soldiers and sallois of Washing
ton county, Kus., will hold a reunion
August 2$, 29 and ZO. Gogd aPCtiUi:, will
1 la. fcttsadiuxce. ' - ,
DRY TIMES IN GOTHAM
m:w yoiik i'omci: Nrrur.nu in i:n-
lOttCINO I HI'. I.MISi; LAW.
SALOONS A HOLLOW MOCKERY,
iu:i:it wa M11 in hi: hah and nm:
'tin. 10:11, itini vi im:.
THE CLUBS WERE CLOSED ALSO
IIM.V I'l, tt'l'.s l llllllt: A DltlS'K l.'lltll.D
hi: hah wi:m: no: iioii:i.h.
I lie llostetrlis lllil 11 I loiirlsbltig HiKlnrss,
I Ion cm r, Serving 'I hi Ir 1 1 111 sis With 11
Hlseiilt or Other Miiillur Artleto
Willi i:iry Order Tor
New Vork, July H The police made 11
siipr.uuo clfoit to enforce the excise law
to-elay, nnd to till appearances they realized
their expectations almost to tho letter.
To all practical Intent the law was so
thoroughly enforced that not a saloon was
open to tlicgeneral public, and so fearful
had tho jealoonkecpers become of tho citi
zen spy that It vv.m a dllllcult matter for
oven the Initiated to get a drink at any
pl.ico unless tho proprietor or the man In
charge was absolutely certain that no dan
ger would follow tho uiImKslon ot the
would-be 1 iislonie r, In tho shape ot a sum
mons to court In the moinlng.
Now and then It was possible to see a
perron walking through the street with
what had the appearance of being a pall
or other receptacle hidden away within the
ample proportions ot a basket. As n rule,
such persons wero followed bv members of
the force, who wero ubiquitous, and extra
efforts weto mado to get Into a place thus
suspect eel of elolng business under cover.
In th" Jntl"Iletlon of the .M11cD011g.il street
police, where violations of the law have
been found on ninny of the preceding Sun
da) s by saloonkcrepers, who hid boasted
that no power was strong enough to close
up their resort", over) thing was especially
quiet, and only two arrests had been mado
up to evening. Within tho territory cov
ered by tho Mulbeny street police, espe
cially 111 the area lllled with Italians, there
was evidence that liquor was being sold,
but It w.us Impossible to catch tho sellers.
It was considered a notable sign that no
barroom lights vie re reported on the Cen
tral olllce slips from any prece'lnct In the
city after the strike of midnight, which
shut up the saloons on Satmeli). Th old
est men about police liendquarti'rs could re
eall 110 precedent for the Iai-k of disor
der. At tho clubs also the excise law was to
all appearn e os strletlv observed. Tho
prcclm t MiinmiiiiilPis hnd stiiet onbis
from Acting Chief e'oulln to see that clubs
welo dealt Willi as saloons have In en
The b irroom In the Now .Manhattan Ath
letic Club was not opened during the div
and a great number of tho regular pat
ions who called were ills ippolnted. Police
men patrolled In front of the doors and
watchi'd men going In and nut, but 110
violations of the law weio reported to
heaileiuaiters. The Fnlversltv and Knlck
eibotker Clubs were unusiiallv quiet and
the patrolmen iletailcd to watch tin m from
the outside had nothing to do It was s il,
that a number of Central olllce men had
called and tiled to obtain liquor by ask
ing that sindwlihes be s,.rve .1 them, which
was not done The doors ot the City Club
were losed and glial ded as weie those of
the Manhattan and Kcpuhlie'.iu flubs anil
no dl Inks were served At tho Manhattan
Club a niunbir of persons asked for sund
wlchis, but as a regular meal was not
oidered. they wile r fused.
The Casino, at Broadway and West
Thirty-ninth street, was closed and the
pitiolmiu who did 'Hi l) at the side door
ilts.mpeaicd at noon, theio being no
fin tiler need for his presence
At the hotels It was somewhat different,
as the legulir gin Ms were supplied with
all tho letreshmi tits the ) wanted at their
moils At tin Fifth Avenue hotel the
wants of the tegular thirsty .Sunday pit
tolls weie uttendid to In pulnr F, whete
a supplv of biscuit was furnishi'd with
every older fot a drink.
STILL RISING AT WICHITA.
'I ho Arkan.1 is l.lver at 1 h it l'olnt Higher
'lhaii Hter Herore I o,s to I arin-
itn e r) Hre.it,
Wichita, Kas., July 2S (Special ) The
Ark.insis river subsided nhout llvo lnchi's
thl- morning, but it has risen again this
afti'inoun, and Is now- hlgln r than It was
In fore' From th niimbi r of di id animals
tlo.iflng flown Willi the e urn nt, as well
as farm piodu. ts. the loss to the farmers
along the nv. r must lie sev re. There are
some indentions of rain to-night, which
ENTIRE STOCK AT
HALF PRICE FOR
A SHORT TIME
In Itlug-i worth I0O.
Others at 50c, 75c, 11.00,
Piiatod from Plate,
lududlng eoppor plats,
Ladles' gold filled, worth
tjuauruplo Plato, marked tit MX
CUT GLASS VASE,
l.'ln high, north UlS,
In rlags or plus, marked f30,
Lit Beat v ariiity in the city,
This great ball price sale will continue only
for a short tlmo until eatlre new line Is put in.
CUT GLASS JUST 11ECEIVED,
?$i Alain Street.
Z -u Jh
11 ' 1- 'i l.o alarm felt, isn none of the
w 11 r 1 nv in the river Is from lo.al
Miuri.s An .lis li of rain, while- nei de 1 for
II11 Inun'ii; intii, would more-use th" II00J
to dl-nstium pteiportlohs
DAVE 0VEHMYER ON SILVER,
Ihn I inbuilt Kuuaia Hoitrbon s;n the
lli'ioni r.ila of lb,, siinilouer Miitn
Are for the White VI, bit,
Topeka, Kn , July tf (Special The
Interview with the liietnbel' of the si lie
conlnil In mo. lath eeitninlilie published In
the J011ih.1l i.crntl), in wlile h the opinion
was iiiiiitilmousl) lr,l Mint a stale con
Vintion vmiuI I be in M this fall for the
nomlnntloli of a uunlHate fot ebb f Jtlstlop,
has biouglit Hon linvbl Uvormjor from
iilnler cover with an Interview upon the
tiliestlon of flee silver It Is generally tin
ili'lstond over the jetnte that Hetnocrntlo
fr dot nl olllce holders In Kansas will eti
eleiivor te miinlhcr an) evpresston at the
stale coiHPtilloii wlib-h would ulltagolllire
I'leveland's tlnaiicbil slliy and II Is con
lldeiitly iie'etul that 11 uierty war will
be- sprung when the date of assembling in
itios. In Ids Interview' of )esterdav Mr. Ovcr
111) or elellatitl) throws down the gauntlet
to the fe-eleial olllceholdets as follows-
"They Mum, and the whole country
knows, that but Tor one man wo would be
living under a free coinage law now-that
man Is Clover Clivelalul, Three-foilitlis of
the liomnetnts of the country arc utteily
opposed to the lliinnelal policy of the pics,
leleiit and Mr. I'ut lisle."
Continuing, Mi i)verni)er savs; "There
Is but one silver pnttv, nnd that Is the
Demucrutlo pnit). It Is safe, to wiv thai,
take the eountiy over, thiee-fouiths of
the Dsniociatlr voters 1110 for the free
coinage or sllvi r." The fait retnalns, how
ever, that a majoiltv of the Iletuocliitlc
state central loininlttee Is opposed to free
slivet, and at a recent ineedlng 11 ieolu
Hon In ravor of the while metal was throt
tled too dead to kln when Introduced l.y
that Democratic patriot. Mr. Sam ltlggs. of
Lnwietiee. Mr. (Hrni)er savs that the
retinal committee does not i.pn sent the
sentiment of the' pari) In Kansas In Ibis
and asserts that a convention will show
them to be in almost an Insignificant mi
nority. TALK OF A SPECIAL SESSION.
It Is 1'inslble 'Hint (Imernor Vlorrlll May
Cult the Kmiiiiih I.eKUbitiiro to
gether 'I liN Winter.
Topeka. Kas , July 2 -(Speelnl.) There
Is a good natured ele.idloek on between
(loveruor Morrill ami 11 majority of the
members of the Kanas leglskitute over
the question of whether or not a special
session of the leglslatuie should be con
vened during the coming w Intel Tho
constitution savs that the legislative ap
portionment bill shall be pased at every
period or five )eurs. and the period this
time fnlls upon a )eat when the- legisla
ture Is not regular!) In session. Ooiomor
Morrill l not disposed to call a special
session. Ho has said he will not unless
it is shown to him that he Is dlsobevlng a
commind of the constitution, or that some
lllegallt) would insult f 1 0111 skipping the
nppotllonment one vcur. On the other
hand, a majority ol the legislators are
anxious for the epe.-lnl session. Ono bv
one they aro declaring themselves, and
d.illv the pressure for the special csion
Is glowing stronger upon tho governoi.
Tho litesit member to deilaro litmclf Is
Limit, nant Coventor Troutman. who has
Informed a newspaper reporter that "It
Is tin- general opinion, and I loin In the
belief, that 11 special session ot the legls
latuie will be called In Kansas this win
In view- of Mr. Troulmnn's Intimacy
with Coveinor Morrill, and from the form
In which he mains bis statement nbout
the special seslon, it Is lnferiod by polltl
ilini bote that the governor Is not now
so st long 111 his opposition as he has here
tofoie been, and that he 111.1v have decided
that It Is. his elut) to issue the call.
SILVER MEN VICTORIOUS.
Tbey Sttielo n L'li-.ui "swoop at tlm St. I.ouls
Primaries and nt other I'lntos
St. Louis, Mo July 2' Free silver
men hail everything their own way In
tho pilniniits hold yoslerdii)" to elect
delegates to the. Democratic stale con
vention at Poitlo Spiings August C, In
tiventy-sovon of tho twenty-eight wards
in the city tho fi lends of the single gold
standard laid down nnd allowed the ir,
to I Democrats to walk away with tho
Democratic conventions wero hold In
a number of tho counties of Missouri
yeslordny and delegates elected to the
1'crtlo Springs convention. In no case,
so far as reported, w.aH there a contest
mado by tho gold men. Silver men were
in every case chosen.
VOiYIITO AT PORTO RICO.
Yellow l"ev. r s.il,I to Ho Hplileiulr Among
tile, spuilsb Troops oil till. IhIihiiI.
Ma Irld, July 2'. Advices from tho Isl
and of Poito Illco statu that vomlto has
broken out among the Spanish troops
forming the g.urlson time. The dally
mortality is 20 pi r tint of the cases.
A foreo of Spaniards under Colonel 7.n
mora, acting with Vnar's column, de
feated tho insurgents under '. i)ns at
Muovo Villas, Cuba. The Insurgent loss
was thirty killed untl wounded. The .Span
ish loss was one wounded.
.Marshal Martin, . do Campos has left
Santlugo for Ct. nfuegos
A dispatch from Havana says that the
captain ot 1110 1 nm u ni.aies 1 ruisi r, .u
liutn, vv.is. Intoi view nl bv a lmal jiaper
lie declared during the Intel view that the
Washington t,uvctnnient was resolved te
do lis iinmost to pnvint s paiansi ex
peditions, and that hi- iiiatrtic tions on this
point weio very pic i-e.
Under l'.iiiotlein.il l.ve Iteiuent Itleliiirel
I ooley AttiiiiitH to Cut Ills lvlfo's
Vinieburg, Ky , July 2S lllcli ird Cooley,
or r.ilrvle-w-. insane upon religion, )esler
d ly attempted to cut his wife's thm.it, but
was uvei powered. Ho villi bo loiiimitted to
ji as) him.
A ivwv.il has been In progress at l-'alr-vievv
for some time, and, being 11 deeply re
ligious man, of emotional temperament.
Cooley became) bereft of his reason. Added
to tho uiigion, ho was great!) grieved that
his wife and children attemled a ikinelug
... ... . r.... .1 .. .. ..n r.-.- .1... 1.. .....it ... ...
,i in' t n t o ija ,ho, iui .in- ,1, iii'ii, ,11 mt,
chui. li. Ho went Insane once before uudei
IIIO lll3llir Hi VAllLl-llll-lll,
.srAHHCH 111 llll.VI II AT A II.INCK.
ratal 'Icrmlnatloii of an Hid rend in Kru
link), Louisville. Ky., July 2. A special to the
Courier-Journal from Padueah, K)., sa)s:
At lllrmlngham, .Marshall count), twenty
miles from here, last night, (Icorge Lgnar
was stabbed to death by Simon Aduiii, at
11 dam . A feud had existed between tho
two men for several )ears. At tho dance
an altercation began, terminating In u
general light. Kgnur was kllleel and Adum
and another man, named Whltllel.l, fatally
vvoundi 1. Theio is great cxcltmenc and
more tiouble is anticipated between the
Coiiul) l'oiuiiillinier Arretted.
Wichita. Kas, July 21 (Sec!al.) Coun
ty Comniissioui r l-'.iront, of South Haven,
Sumner county, has been nnesteil on a
warriut sworn out by County Attorney 11.
L. Woods, under the Douglass corrupt
practices act. passed in IVJ3. Parout. who
was a ltepubliiju county commissioner,
Is charged with cnteilng Into 11 agree
ment with the Democratic county com
mlttee, whereby ho promised to vote with
tha Democratic member of the board, to
give the county printing to tho Sumner
County Stan lard, the Democratic organ
of the count), providing thu Standard
would work against fusion between the
Democrats and Pupullsts. Tho Standard
did so, the ltepublieuu ticket was elected
and the Standard got the printing. Com
plaint was mado to the present county at
torney uud tun artest of Mr. i-'urout is
It VNsAs cirr. Mo , Juljr . l'.n
To-eti ire ln-h t, r he umthrr to Ir ftr a I
Ireit tnrr, Mfedrrvl hi Ihuutii VI itfUrnovil a t
1tmiri,tfurt n-Jt'nltv Jlnlmun, fj, ia.trf
You'll not find here. Our
policy eliminates dullness
from the business year.
The constant coming and
troillrr of tOtlS UpOll tOIlS of
merchandise keeps us busy
you busy. Fresh, crisp
news every day plenty of
If you've a hot weather
want that touches any
thing for wear or for house
use or pretty inrr, you know
it's here if it's anywhere.
You know also how cer
tain it is that prices will
be in your favor. At a
dozen counters or more
bargain lots arc sure to be
Remember tu's: Once you
arc here you will find the
Store cool and restful.
The sun smites not here,
all things arc calm. You
can rest when and where
The Store as a summer
resort is a success. Thus
we make bargain buying
easy very easy.
But a word now about
the new TOURISTS' CAPES
which are just coming in.
If you're going to the
mountains or sea shore
you'll need one on many
a cool evening, and just
the kinds you want are
here. They're just in from
New York and bear the
latest touches of artists'
hands, and handsomer, if
possible, than last year's
They arc on the Third
Floor and await you.
" Mil t PMirs to "
iin.i.iiM:, Mooiea:. i;mi:ky,i n.
NEWS FROM PRINCETON BOYS.
llir.e. or thn l.ipedltloii Arrive In II lltl-
llliiro and lle mi .i e oilul of 'I heir
Ilaltlmoro, July 2S John A. Carrel n
this city; I; ( Otlieratian, of New 'i ork,
nnil L. P I'e.ase, of Uermaiitovvn, Pi,
members of the Princeton college g.-ologi-cal
expedition th it wu thought to In nun -hll
ited by the Indian", arrived h. r. th i
evening Mr. Cairett said: "We 1 ft Du
bois, )o, just two weeks ago for ), llnw
lake. Hy tho louto we tool; the trip w i ex
pected to occupy live days, bin it re pure' I
nine du)s and piuvlslnns ran tather ,-li .r
We named the toute hc Prlnei'tolv irnl as
ll was her, tofoie unnamed We- in.,. 1 ,,,
recently traveled Indian trail, .viieni.v
made by the ham! of Lenihls, who h id t,..nn
to join the ll.iunoiks. Liter we c mm
across a small patty of Shoshones ml
camped with them one night. Thev sec in. -it
to be in a bad humor, but dl I not II us
that they weio on the warpath. In iho
bind was (l-orgi Wasakle-, son of th h f
of tho tribe. We pis-ed within sw,lii t
J.iekfon's Hole. Prom what we h. u 1 t
Indians had more iiason to be alim I -f
the settlers than the latter had to be ufri t
of the Indians. The Impression prei 1 u I
that the white1 people weie vei) anxious 10
light tin- redskins, i'or four du)s in i rav
eled thtuilgh snow. Wo were well arnie 1
anil ptepared lor .1 light, although we krt-w
of no danger until we le.ulud I'ooko "'iy.
We pi-sed over eountry never before triv
eled li) white men mil saw mm n larsn
game, mount. lln sheep, dee 1 , twar, el, a
left the main party on Wednesday last.'
HEAVY STORM ND AD E COUNTY,
lllioiAtniii 1 I001U uud WailioeiU Koporti'il
and Miko U 1100111 HierllowH lln Hanks
I edar I mini) Ainu V Ulleil.
Holdi n City, Mo, July 25 (Special) Thn
rain which fell list night was a record
breaker, lleports trom Dado ami Cedar
counties tell of disastrous Hoods and wash
outs. Lake Kenoma, ono of tho most pb
tuicsiiio isiluts 011 tho Memphis route,
ov ci How-eel last night, washing out a sec
tion of the trail; and deli) Ing tialns sev
eral hums. The storm was, elee trlnl nnd
the discharges freipient and heavy, lieorgn
Leuthei mail's house. In this ell). w,m
sttucl; for tho seiond tlmo and Colonel
J err) Poor lost two valuable hutsc by a,
Webb City, Mo. July 2 -(Special ) A
(eiriile wind and rain storm visited this
vicinity last night, doing couslderublu
damage to property In the city uud to tho
mines. Thu gland stand at the park was
destroyed, together with several other
After Tv.iliinil lln I r.uie ble..
l'ort Scott, Kas., July 23. (Special.) Lnt
night tho ill) eouiicil met tn special te
idfii to consider tho ndvlt.iblllt) of giving
a went) -year franchise to 11. Lgotf, of
Tltmvllle, Pa. Mhould he secure It, Mr.
1'rolf propotes to plpo natural gas from a
point about ilfteem miles west of tho city,
tho work of constructing tho line's ami
sluk'nn the wells to be commenced at
Mr, Poor, proprietor of the I0I.1 g.-n
vvvllo, is also nflcr a franeh'u". He pro
pc is to pipe natural gas from iol.i, about
Heath of Captuln Jleiiiu.
Lawrence, Kas., July 2J. (Special.)
Captalni James Means died at his homo
hero last night. lie was one of the Hist
settlers' In Lawrence, coming hero over
thirty ycurs ago. lio bus lived in Ohio
uud been away a greater part of the time,
returning here two sears ago 10 make his
permanent home. He was U years old.
Peritonitis caused his death. Ills remains
will be sent to Ohio for burial.
Mr llliiud In Hade County,
(olden City, Mo., July 23. (Special.) v4x
Congressman It. P. Illand spoke at South
Cireentleld vesterday afternoon to a crowd
of 5,O0e). His ii'in.irks were along the lino
of his gedalla speech, and his Democratic!
auditors wero clearly 111 svmnathv wilt.
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