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TOLUMEXXXAIIT, NO. 63.
KANSAS OITY. AUGUST M, lSi).
IMUC'IO TWO CIONTS.
IT PAYS TO BUY
Oooil lard wliUr. jon ore htiylnp. It rocs
'''finer, noes its work better nnd Is moto
fitisfnctory in every way. Hut rock! l.inl
hero, rosf ., more limn ordinary to poor
j'rj'cwhcio, n you'll see by the follow
Wo ore'fetllnc Armoitr's White Iihe
pnlf SO? ,M"' Mci &"lb pa"' IAsi 3"lb
1'oMs' Wlilto Hose iniro taf.10-ib pall,
9. 6-lb pill. Mo: 3-lb Vm. sue.
I resh rtfgs, 3 dozen for 2"e.
Armour' family l.tt-.l, si hs for Jl.
Lvrd in 3-lb palls, 2.V3 pnll.
l'otatocs, lie tiushel.
CHASi: & HANPOIIN'8 COPKIitW.
rholco Itio, sno lb.
Tnva blend, 2.-,c Hi.
OoMfn Fenberry, 30c lb.
Java. nn.l Mocha, 3V lb.
Beal brand. In 2-lb cm, 7"s2 can.
80 lbs preserving sugar, (I.
21 Ibt extra C, soft white. !.
2.1 lbs of tbo tlnr.it Brntiulatcd, 11.
in Ibt best to tiered, 1.
Ill Hh cut loaf, Jl.
s I)odon inn's Fngllsh Bljlo pickles,
- bOtt PR. IBft.
Dr. Hood's root beer, lse lioltle.
French .: Co.'si Columbia river salmon, 2
. ArRo lump starch In 6lb wood boxes, 40c
Cholco pieces of dried beef, wrapped In
parchment paper, loo lb; (It's worth ax).
Several thousand pounds of old wheat
Hour. Wo are selling It, too.
It pnjs to buy Rood tea?, especially when
j on can buy ' lem at low cr.ido prices.
New basket Jlrud Japan, 50c lb; It's worth
Moyune Gunpowder, EOo Hi; It Bells for tl
Mnyune Younp Hyson, the finest In the
land, only 50c Ibj It jou were tn pay $l.r,0
other places ou would Ret no better tea.
We are selllni; a kooiI Gunpowder, Im
perial. Oolong, K- 'JIhIj Hrenkfast and Ja
pan. 25c lb; p lbs !
2 lbs tea sittings, 25o: S lbs new dust,25c.
Armour's salt iork, 5o lb.
Have you ever tried boneless bam? Wo
are sclllnc some nice ones at 10c lb; they
welsh from 2'i to 5 lbs.
Dold's best crude of California hams are
sweet and delicious only Sv4c lb.
Hest Rrade of breakfast bacon, lOo lb.
Sutrar cured bams, llo lb.
Out of town orders picked and shipped
to depot free of choice.
popular low rrticn unocnit.
r.37-5J'J MAIN" STllFUT.
TO MAKE THEJNDIANS WORK,
PrnfiKMir llnllninii '1 liluks tlio ltcil Man
Mioultl Ito Miido to Kuril Ills Itreacl
by the Mvent of Ills llrow.
Washington, Aiir. 13. (Special.) W. N.
Jl.illman, superintendent of Indian schools,
came In to-day from Fl Reno, where be
has been attending- a convention of teach
ers in Indian schools In the Southwest.
Mr. llallman said to-day that there Is not
an Indian trlbo In Oklahoma, which is not
able to take caro of Itself in the main by
labor, and he takes the position that the
aid being given the Indians by the govern
ment Is an actual Injury to them. Ho
bays that it Is useless to educate the In
dians and send them homu iluilng vaca
tions to be surrbunded with lazy parents,
who arc being fed by the government. Tho
Cbeycnnes and Arapahoe Indians aio cit
izens of the United States; they vote at
'lections and at the same time they are
getting government help. .Many white
men would tnke government supplies If
they could Rut them, but It would bo an
injuiy to them, as It Is to tho Indians.
The profeshor says the Indians should bo
yniade to work for a living, where they
,havo land suited to agricultural pursuits,
ncl the method now In voEiie Is a great
rjury to the Indians themselves, but does
not offset the work of the schools. It la
1 understood that the Indian olllce Is likely
to take a new departure In Its recommend
ation for appropi nations by congress for
sup,, rt of Indians. The plan will proli
nlilj oe to place a lump sum to the credit
of the commissioner of Indian affairs, to
be usea at his disci ctlon. and In cases
wheie Indians should work for a living
or are rendered unable to no so ny sicKness,
and In this way force the lndlnns to be
A DEEPWATER CONFEREf .
It Is Proposed to 11 1,1 tlno In Topekn on
October 1 tiatvestoii folks
Topekn, ICas., Aug. 13. (Special.) A
pielimlnary meeting of citizens was held
in Topekn, last night to make arrange
ments for a deep water conference to be
held In this city on October 1. The
schema was llrst proposed by the Dally
Capital here, but it was at once taken up
by Galveston, Te. , people, who saw In It
a great opportunity to advertise their
city. A commissioner from Galveston hns
been in Topekka dtirlne the past week
working up the conlorence, and an ef
foit will be made to Inteiest suiroundlug
states. The meeting last night was at
tended by a number of piomlnont citi
zens, who spoke of the advantages of n
deep water outlet for Kansas pioclucts on
tho Gulf of Mexico.
sin. OAiti.iM.i: di:mi aiiai.v,
lie Declare. That llo Has Xo I'rciddcntlal
Duluth, Jllnn., Aug. 13. Tho News-Trib-une
this motnlng published an Interview
with Secretary of the Txeasury Carlisle,
mong other things tho jeoorter bald to
"Justice I.'lcld has expressed to a reporter
the opinion that you can have the placs
left vacnnt by the death of Justice Jack
son, but ho admits it will necessitate tho
ubindonment of our iuogulentliil aspira
tions," It would ho Indelicate for ma to discuss
the vacancy occasioned by tho death of
.lustke Jackson ni this time," rumaiked
Mr Carlisle, "except in so far as to ulludo
iu that portion of Justice Field's remarks
which credit mo us n presidential aspirant.
It seems to mo as If u man's ward should
go for something," ho said, somewhat tes
tis "but It does not seem to with soma
people, l havo dented that I h.ivo any pres
idential aspirations, and it is scarcely nec
essary to deny it uRaln."
KANSAS mi;i:t 1- A. w.
(Ireat Prep, rations lining Alndo nt Topeka
for the l.vent .. I rliluy,
Topeka, Kas., Aug. 13. (Special.) To-
Iptka Is making great preparations for tho
, annual Btate meeting of tl.o League of
..v.a.,nnn W'll.li.lmPIl Oil I'Vl.llLV HIlH S . T-
1 J tuday of this wtek, and an Immenso
I ( Jrowd la expected o witness tho races.
leieg-.uions o, w-iiefiuifii iiavo aireatiy
ifimmenii-d to nirlve. On Thuioil.iy night
Vtre will bo a lantern pariide, which la
Seeted to snow u.ioi ineycies in une. ny
Sianiatlon the inayoi has doclarwl Krl
a aftemoau n holiday, and all of tho
Hmess houses hava agreed to close, as
HI us tho Santa To oillc.es, unit tho state
Nu departments. The racing events
iyo received entiles trom all party of
M A. Cirmlehael. lustico of Iho lieace of
Colony, and It. W. Hrooks, justice of the
peace of Gively, associated with him,
An army of witnesses was in attendance
ft oui this and adjoining counties. All of the
day jestcrday vvus consumed n the exam
ination of witnesses for the state. This
mointns the stato rested, and tho do
tendunt declined to offer any evidence.
After consultation tho Justices held tho
defendant to answer to tbe charge of man
slaughter In the second degree, and tlxed
his bond for appeatance at tho October
term of tbo Anderson county district court
ut Jl.f"). Bail was furnished and tho de
fendant Is now at liberty.
Kauaji Veterans at Louisville,
Topeka, Kas , Aug. 13. (Special.) Adju
tant General Harrison of tho Kansas G.
A. R.. predicts that 6.000 people from Kun
fas will attend the national encampment
in Louisville, Ky , In September next,
posts have already commenced to make
applications for quarters at the encamp
ment, and the headquarters here are de
luged with inquiries us to details of the
m Beld for murder In tne M conn llogree.
CJarnett, Kas . Aug. 13.-(Speclal.) Tho
if 1 llmlnary examination of Charles Bar
rel gtnt for killing John Jones, of Osawatc-,
J) mle, ut tho ball game ut this city August
, tl, was concluded to-day beforo Justice of
Jl ili, tenen L. II. Gordon, of this cllv. and
SENATOR VEST ON SILVER.
Mb llerlnrcs Hie Question Mill Mot lie
Dropped Until n I'rrn Ciilnngn
t nir In Passed,
Cnrlsbid, Aiir. 1.1. "The silver nuesllon
Mil never be dropped In America until free
colmgc Is pised," said Senator Oconto CI,
Vest, of .Missouri, here to-day, replying to
question put to hltn by a representative
of the Associated Press, coneernlnR tbo
.Missouri, .Mississippi nnd Iowa conven
tions. "The people In tbe Hast," lie continue.!,
"believe It will be dropped ns butlness re
vives; but the overwhelming sentiment In
all the West and South Is In favor of fre
colnnRo. I believe It will surely be passed
In llhio. What the result of lis pissage
will be, I nm unable In predict, The whole
of the money power ot the liist and the
banks everv where will undoubtedly m iko
t as dlllli'iilt as possible and try to furn
ish a striking object lesson, ilasteruers
onv we in tho West nnd South do not un
derstand tho question. Hut there never
was n subject more fully dlcused or more
carefully studied. There Is not a r.irmer
In in v constituency who Is not fully pre
pired to discuss IntclllRcntlv alt tho bear
ings on the question, and the same state
of nffalrs exists throughout the Southwest."
Senator Vest was then asked to explain
the action of Kentucky and lovv.i. If the
feeling was so universal. In reply lie said!
"I cannot eprcs nn opinion repirdltiR
Iowa until I know how the convention was
constituted. If It was similar to that of
Kentucky, composed of state olllclals and
oillcoholdcrs. It Is no criterion of publlo
sentiment. They would naturally coincide
with Cleveland and Carlisle."
In rcgnrd to the prospects of an Inter
natlonil monetary conference, Senator Vest
remarked! "It Is generally conceded that
tho other powers are awaiting the action of
Ihiglnnd, and from all accounts, Kngland
will not alter the cold standard. A prom
inent KiiRllsh olllclnl was here recentl, a
gentleman who bad the eontldqnce of the
new ministry, and he had several lonu
conferences on the subject vvllh Air. John
"He said: 'Rest assured that 1'nRland
will not alter the gold standard'"
Referring to the outlook at home, the
senator stated that "tho gold reserve Is
steadily dccreasInR nnd the treasury Is
likely to be obliged to make nnother bar
gain with the sjndlcate. I legard it as an
outrage that we should be obliged to piy
a bonus of JU.O'iO.OOO lo a syndicate, repre
sented by Uulmont nnd .Morgan, In order
to prevent gold shipments. Their con
tract expires In October and there is noth
ing to prevent them from ncnln forcing the
sale of more bonds or let tho obligation
of the United States go to protest, as
Mr.igau threatened Mr. Cleveland before."
Senntor Vusjt is greatly improved In
health nnd tho doctors say he has no seri
FREE SILVER CONFERENCE.
Thirty States Am Kspected to llo Repre
sented at the Washington Meeting,
Which Convenes To-iluy.
Washington, Aug. 13. Senator Harris, of
Tennessee, who, with Senator Turple, of
Indiana and Senator Jones, of Arkansas,
was appointed a committee at the Memphis
fieo silver convention In chaise of the con
feience which will be held thero on the
11th and l.'.th Inst., is in the city making
preparations for the gathering of free
sllverites. The parlors of the -Metropolitan
hotel havo bien engaged as headquaitcin
and will accommodate about 100 delegate".
Free silver men were Invited from all pails
of the United States, and Senator Han Is
predicts that thirty states will bo repre
sented. The senator Is reluctant to dis
cuss important features of the confeience
In advance of the meeting, which he ex
pects to adopt resolutions in favor of the
tree and uurestilcted coinage of sliver at
tho ratio of 1C to 1, and appoint committees
to advance In every legitimate way
the Interests of the white metal.
Theie were a number of arrivals of mem
bers on the afternoon and late night trains,
nnd it Is expected by some of the more en
thusiastic advocates of the white metnl
that upwards of 100 will be on hand when
the confeience Is called to order to-morrow.
Illinois nnd Missouri are well repre
sented. Those from the latter state are:
Hon. Webb jr. Ruby, of Macon: Harry
Hill, St. Louis; George Rickey and Georgo
Allen. Others heie are Representatives
Cov, of Tennessee, and Nell), of Arkansas;
Allen W. Clark, president of the stnte sil
ver league, of Indiana, and Olney Newell,
secretary of the state Democratic central
committee, of Colorado.
Representative Coy, of Tennessee, Is tho
only delegate to tho conference who has
arilved at tho Metropolitan. "The object
of tho confeience," he said, "Is to peifect
an organization inside the Democintlc par
ty. We have no sMnp.ithy with move
ments looKing to independent action."
At the hotels It is estimated that the
attendance will not exceed 100, and there
! so far no evidence that It will reach
Senator Harris says Senator Jones, of
Arkansas, will be temiorary presiding of-
jnnr.r. TiiAcur.if.s PuxintAL.
Wilt Tako Place 'I his
Law rent c.
Lawrence, Kas., Aug. 13. (Special.) The
funeral of Judge S. O. Thacher will tako
placo to-morrow afternoon .it 3:30 o'clock
from tho Plymouth Congregational church,
conducted by Rev. Dr. Richard Cordley.
The regular pallbearers will bo Judgq
Thaeher's tenants, and the honorary p ill
benrors members of tho Old and New Club,
all In accord with the expressed deslie of
Judge Thacher. Tho Knights Templar will
act as guard of honor. Thero will bo
many members) of tho stnte bar present,
and other men of piomlnenco from thla
state and other places.
V. P. S. C. i:. AT WINI'IIII.I), KAs.
lhn IHstrlcl Convention Is in Session Thero
and .Illicit Interest .ttiiiiirested.
Wlulleld, Kas., Aug, 13. (Special ) Tho
dlstilet convention Y P. S. C. i: In se.s.
slon here, listened to an Instructive lecture
last nlcht by Rev. J. K. i'loyd, of New
Zealand, on "Getting Married," floated
from tho standpoint of science, Inlldellty
and the lllble. A sunrise prayer meet
lug was conducted this mninlug A gen
et al praise service was held at R o'clock,
followed by discussions ami papers. Rev,
11. U, Dcnham, of Kansas City, gave a
rousing address on "Hostou In '$," and
Rev. I'loyd spoke on "Where Are Our
Young Men, and What Can Wo Do for
lluill) lleuteii by a Tnunp.
Atchison. K.is Aug, 13 William Rur
gus, a bachelor fanner, living n tew miles
north of .Atchison, was beaten almost In
death this morning by a tramp, ilurgus,
who Is im yc.iis of nge, was nt work In his
Held. The tiamp wanted something to
eat, but iliiigus said as be was a bachelor,
his neighbors would bo better piepaied to
teed him. Ho then turned to his work,
when tho tramp assaulted hltn with n
cane. Uuretis was knocked down and Iho
tramp continued his assault, beating him
until his head contained twenty-four scalp
wounds, ranging from uu Inch and a half
to inrco menus in lengiu, una mow uroKs
Rurgiis' collar bone and another torn a big
gash In his face. The cilcs of the old man
attracted nelghlKirs, but tho ttnmp es
cuped. Later a man answering the ti amp's
description was urrested and Is in Jail,
ClirUtbin i:iidcuvur Rally,
Ottawa, Kas., Aug. 13. (Special.) The
seventh annual convention of tho Third
district Christian Lndcavor Union of Kan
sas, tho counties of Johnson, Douglas, .M.
ami unel rranklln, will be hold here Au
gust 21 and 2-'. Rev, Cleland 11. McAfee,
of Parkvll'e, Mo.. Rev. James O. Dough
erty, of Kansas City, and Rev. F, G. Mitch
ell, are among the speakers. The pro
gramme Is a very excellent one. Methods
and tried plans are given a prominent
placo, 11. C. McCJuenttli, tho well known
Hlble Instructor, will be present, and C, L.
llrokavv will be tn charge of the music.
Washington, Aug. 13. (Special.) Repre
sentative Haker arrived to-day, after an
extended trip In the Northeast and Can,
ada. Ho leaves soon for Northern New
York, but will stop on his way in New
Yoik city to meet ex-Representutlvo Simp
sou, of Kansas, on business.
Hearts of families, men- and women, will
find tho United States Trust Company a
safe pUce to keep their Idle money await
ing investment or tho current expensesof
lite. v. nee-na umj uu tesue-u upon tnis In
stitution the same as upon any other bank.
A small rate of interest is allowed on this
class of accounts. Capital one quarter
million dollars Invested In United States
bonds at par toe security of depositors.
PitEsr.NT nx;,s cittr.r Hts-rtcr.
wfl.ti sLi:cf.i:ti ui.Msi;i,r.
NO CONVENTION TO BE HELD,
IMS KAMI. WIM, II B I'l.ACKIt O.V Till!
TIIIKI'.r IIV PETITION.
The Petitions Afo tn He riled Willi
the Seiretarynf Male llefure .Sep
tember SO 1 hero Is .Nn Doubt
of Itatllle.itlnii by
Topekn, Kas., Aug. U (Special.) Tbe Re
publlnn state central committee met at the
Copclnnd hotel to.nlght for tho purpose
of inking notion In the piatt"r of notnln it
Ing n candidate for chief Justice. Out of n
total of thirty-live members, twenty-nine
were present, ns follows: Charles V. John
son, Osknloosa; J. M. Chlslmm, Atchison;
W. n. Stern, Topekn, J. J. Co, Lawrence,
J. L, Senior, Waverly; 1' S. Stover, loin;
Georgo A, Clark, Junction City: A. It.
Greene, New Ion; T J. llnjs, Osawatomte;
L. S, Crum, Oswego; J. A. Mosser, Ilellc
vllle; Gcoige C. Armstrong, Mollne; George
Huycke, Hllsworth, J, C. Postlcthwnlt,
Jewell City: W. S. Kenyon.Jctmore; George
II. Ilurr, St. John: S. M Tox. Mnnluttnn.
Cyrus Lel.iiHl, Jr. Troy; K. J! Wllk'oek
son, Oakley; V. C. Raney, Anthony; .1.
M. Simpson, Mclheisnn; R. M. Wrlgnt,
Dodgo City; M. Albaugh, Kingman; J. V.
Getty. Kansas City; J. U. Tomllnson. Min
neapolis; W. II. Young, Meade; T. A
Scales, Liberal; I). H. llunn, Ruh Center,
X. W. Reddlck, St. .Marys.
Without nny discussion a motion was
put to determine whether or not a Ft.ite
convention should be hold and the result
was a unanimous vote ngalnst a conven
tion. Chairman Lelnnd appointed the fol
lowing named committee to prepare a plan
for nominating a candidate for chief Jus
tice: J. 11. Tomllnson, J. F. Getty, V. C.
Raney, W. S ICenyon, George Huycke, A.
R. Greene nnd J. J. Cox. W. II Young, of
Mende conntv, tendered his resignation as
member of the committee and suggested
tho name of IM Smith, of Meade, to 1111
tho vacancy. Mr. Young resigned because
be had removed from the district. .Mr.
Smith was ideated.
The sub-committee reported ns follows,
the report being adopted unanlmousl :
Vtheieas, there seems to bo a universal
sentiment among Republicans as to who
shall and ought to be the nominee of the
Republican party of Kansas for the of
llce of chief justice of the supreme court,
and recognizing such demand of Republic
ans from all parts of the tate; therefore,
this committee assembled In mooting n p
resentlng the Republican party of the
state, do resolvn that we hereby nomllinte
the lion David Martin, of Atchison, for
chief Justice of tho supieme court, and
we request the Republicans throughout the
statu to Join in petition to the secietary
of state, requesting that his name be
placed upon the olllclnl ballot as such can
didate, and, to better carry out the sug
gestion of this committee, the secietaiv
of the committee Is heieby Instructed to
prepaie and forward to the chairman of the
centinl committee In each county a peti
tion In form complying with the law reg
ulating such nominations, nnd teqiiest of
such chairman that a like petltloi be sent
to tho committeeman of each voting pre
cinct requesting him to cause tho same to
be circulated, so that own Republican
desiring to do so shall have an opportunity
to Join bis party ass-ociates in this nomina
tion, ami such petitions, when signed, sball
be leturned to the secretary of this com
mittee on or beforo the 20th day of Sep
tember, and we hereby Instinct the pre
siding olllcer and secietniy of this meet
ing to prepare, exeeuto and llle with the
secretary of state the proper eertllicate
of this nomination. The committee was
a llttlo In doubt of Its legal right to make
the nomination, so it added the petition
featuie to tho Indorsement as made above,
and bejond a doubt, the secretary of state's
olllce will be Hooded with petitions. The
committee adjourned without tuither ul-
NOT DISCOVERED FOR AN HOUR.
Charles Minton Dies Suddenly Whllo seated
in a Chair In a ortli i:nd Saloon.
Charles Minion, 28 jeais old, died In a
chair at John lllanchou's saloon, No, 101
.Main street, at about 7:30 o'clock last
night. No one knew that his dead body
was seated iu the (hair for neatly an hour
after his death. Mis. Hlanchon was the
Hist to discover the corpse and Immedi
ately summoned her husband, who noti
lled tho police. Deputy Cotoner Wheeler
viewed the body at the siloon and oidered
it lenioved to Stewart A: Carroll's under
taking rooms, where te post mortem exam
ination to determine the canse of his death
will be made to-day.
Mrs. lllamhou stated that when she
went Into the saloon at ti.io o'clock sbo
noticed Mlnton sitting In a chair which
stood against the wall. Ho was alive at
that time. An hour afteiward she heaid
a soi t of gurgling sound come from the
lips of Mlnton, but she paid little atten
tion, as sho thought he was only having
a slight hemorrhage. She was acquainted
with .Mlnton and knew that bo sintered
sometimes fiom lung tinuble When she
passed tho ehalr m hour uftcrward sho
saw that ho vvus dead.
Mlnton came to this city a llttlo over a
week ago fiom a lallroad camp on the
Kunsas Cltj, Pittsburg .v. Gulf liillvvay
about fort miles south of Slloaiu Springs.
At the camp he had been employed as ,i
cook b "I'lckhandle" Kenned), a sub
contractor undei ilernaiil Coirlgan, the
innti.K!tnr. When he leached thu ,.iv
Mlnton had W, which ho deposited with
John illauchou licfore ho was found dead
last night he had withdrawn J17 of the
amount. Nuthlng Is known of his nutece
deuts, nnd It Is thought ho has no i datives
In this part of tho country.
Tin: iiuitoLAiis i:.scai'-).
Walter .11. Iniiuiii's Iteiiidcnca Visited Dur
ing tho .Murine of lllmiielf unit Wife,
Walter M. Inman and wife, of No. 1110
Michigan avenue, went for a buggy rldo
last evening. When they returned homo
at S:30 o'clock, Mr. Inman notieed u light
In tho front iurt of tho house. As no
lights weto left burning when they started
for the rule, he was pcrphjcesl, nnd, Jump,
lug fiom the buKgj. started for tho ftont
door. Just us his loot touched the poich
two men sprang thiough a front window
of tho houso and ran, .Mr. Inm.iu was un
able lo capture either of tho hiiusebieak
ers, When tho Interior of tho house was
examined It was lauud that all tho laco
Lurlalns at the windows hud been torn
from their fastenings and piled in nqu
he.il. Nothing else was disturbed. The
curtains wne very valuable, and Mr. and
Mrs. liun.ina timely return from their
drive saved them .ut estimated loss of
Itll.LV HALL WOISSTIIII.
Champ Clark Got tho Heat of Illm nt n
Mexico, Mo, Aug. 13. (Special.) Hon.
Champ Clark and Riley Hall had a Joint
debato at a plcnlo near Montgomery City
to-day, Theie was a very large crowd
present to hear the silver question dis
cuscd. Hon. Jerry Simpson, of Kansas,
happened along at the conclusion of the
debate and the uudlence cried loudly for
him. Mr, Simpson bald he felt sorry for
Hall, who got near the platform fatigued,
humiliated and badly worsted. Hut Mr.
Simpson could not let tho opportunity
pass without giving Hall n final blow,
Cumberland l'r.lij lerianb n beasloii,
Warrensburg, Mo , Aug. 13. (Special.)
The ninth annual encampment of tho Cum
berland Piesbyterlan assembly of Missouri
opened at Pertle Springs, to-night, for a
ten days' session. The evening was de
voted to reception, und recognition of
members. Many Cumberland Presbytetlaus
of prominence ure in attendance.
IChiii.u Gospel t'liloii.
Lawrence, Kas.. Aug. 13. (Special.) The
Kansas Gospel Union to-day began its
annual lilbto school at Bismarck grove I
with n fair attendance. Kervl. . are held
In ii large tent The meeting will list un
til August . The teaclius are T.
Horton, of St. Paul! A. 1; tlHioit nn I
11, orge It. Fisher, of Kansas Clt v ; V It.
Johnson, fotmerly st.-ito ") M, c A se. -rotary,
nnd W, D. Rockarcili'r, who Is on
his way lo North Africa
KANSAS SCHOOL FUND,
Amounts l),IM Km Ii Uimnty Have Itren Ap
portioned by the Auditor, as Will lie
.Seen by the Tolilo Herewith,
Topekn, Kas., Apr, l.t.-(Speenl) The reg
lllnr scmbniiniial division of Inletest in
cumulated fiom Investments nt the per
manent school fund tins hern roiupltod
In the slate auditor's olllce, and the amount
received by each county Is set forth III .be
follow llll- tllhl,,'
li.irber , ,,.,,
Iirown ,,,, ,
Ch. iso , ,, ,,,,
i. in is
Coinnnche ,.,,., ,. ,,.,
Doniphan , , .,.,,
Gteeley , , j
ft, J 11 72
ii, IT0 72
s, Ms. ::'.
I, 770 V0
2 tVI .12
3 01! 12
2 .1". In
1 211 IS
r.. i7s it
1 VI to
1 17 2S-
1 110 Sll
Smith , .'
AN OPINION BYTHE THUNDERER
The London Times' CspresM'S Its A lew.
on tho .Monetary siliiiilioii In thn
irillted s !,..
London, Auk. 13 An editorial in the
Times this motnlng, commenting op e
Secretnty of the Navy Whlttiej's re
marks on the sliver question, oxptess. s
the hope that Mr. Whitney's aspliation
lor nn inletnatIon.il ngn-uncut tn re
hubllitatp silver will not bo I'ullilled.
"Ainerlcn'H ptovlnus eflotts," suvs the
Time's, "to cie.ito an .irtllielnl deninnd
for silver only stimulated its pt.iiluc
tlnn. The same1 tesult would follow on,
however, linger seule the abortive ptu
ject might bo revived. The Island und
tho Sherman acts, fulled to do the good
expected of them, und left n legacy of
mischief, which gives promise of long
outlasting their it'poal."
'Tho Times then pinceodi with a dis
cussion of the position of the Fultoil
States tte.isuiy, und It oonsldom that
"tho corn and cotton exports, in fnco of
our bad lmrvestn, will serve to ptevent
it recurienee of the gold drain fiom
America. America's emteney Is still lit
excess of the countiv's neesls, but it inny
lie hoped Hint time .mil Inoioaslng popu
lation will icinedy that evil, and that
no inoro stop-gap expedients will be le
quired to ileal with a mischief vvlilelt
has been of nrtlllclul cicutlon."
ins i, nt; AMi'iir.viini,
William Kennedy Run Over by n Tinlii
Vi'llllnm Kennedy, whoo home Is at No.
2110 Jarboe street, was I tin over bj a
freight train lant night .it midnight, whllo
asleep on tbo Mlssouil Pacific track at
First and Glllls stieets, His right leg
was crushed Just below thn knee, and he
received other severe Inpuiles. The engin
eer of the train saw him, but was unable
to stop In time After Kennedy wns hint
h had the police ambulance called lor
him. The Injured man's leg was ampu
tated by Police Suigeson Hide-, and ho was
taken lo the clly hospital. Kennedy lived
with his mother. Ho may die
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
Nevada, Mo . Aug. 13. (Special )
Ilrakeman liishon, on Iho Missouri Pacific,
was Instantly killed this evening by com
ing In loutaet with a brldgo whllo stand
ing on the top of a fieight tialu,
.Mexico. Mo., Aug. 1J. (Special.) Hon.
.lei ry Simpson made a speech to a
largo audleneo at the court house hero to
night. .Mr. Simpson tulked for some time
on thn political Issue's of the day on Pop
Mexico, Mo., Aug, 13. (Special.) At a
meeting of Mexico's school board last night
It was decided to submit a pioposltlou to
tho people to Issue bonds to the amount
of li.ooo, to bo used to build another
school houso In South Mexico.
Lexington, Mo Aug 1J (Special.) Mrs.
A, Uorlslield, uf Corder, Lafujetto county,
teceived n message to-ila announcing that
her husband, Amos Ilotlslletd, was shot
and Instantly killed early this morning
at Salem, Iml, Deceased was postmaster
at Colder duilug Harrison's term.
Mexico. Mo., Aug, 13. (Special,) A farmer
nained Orth, living near Anndale, Kas..
arilved hero to-day and had the body of
the tramp who was run over by the cars
ut Rush Hill, Mo., last week, disinterred,
llo Identified tho remains ns those of his
brother, Mike, and took the body homo tor
Lander. Wo Aug. J3.-Ry the altera
t on of brands it has bein discovered that
thousands of cattle have been stolen and
run north into Montana, wheie they
have been sold. In some cuses two-thiids
of the herds have disappeared Small
owners are the vvoist sufteiers. und some
of them will havo to go out of the business.
Stealings amounting to $30,Ueii) during the
past three months have already been made
certain of and this sum Is expected to be
greatly Increased when slt reports ora Uu ,
TROUBLE IS FEARED.
si:itiotis nisisiss rM'i'rititi ai
(IM.VII.V Mils .SKIIIMMI,
A CONFLICT ALMOST CERTAIN.
i in, a. p. a, imii.ii'i: iiuMtit i:iM;t:i.s
III PAUL I'lllM'lllt.l'. l'(ss,ssl(,.s,
The Old lloird Is llelirinliieil ot to s,ir-
lenilrr and I here Is No I riling
M here the Contest Mill I'lld
Millllt, sto ItMietl ty tllu
Onuilin, Aug. 11 To-night It Is quite evi
dent Omaha Is on the vetgo of a crisis us
a tesult of tho police row, and tho Indica
tions point lo a serious eonlllct nt I0
n'lloek lo-motlow, when tho A. P. A. com
mission will attempt to lake forclblo pos
session of tho tltj 'propel lj. The police
commission now In authority teplled to
night to the A. P. A. manifesto, and tl,
elnied that whllo they ileploicd a possible
eonlllct, they wero bgullj conducting tho
nirnlra of the police depaitmeiit of Omaha,
nud that If tho A. P. A. commission dis
putes their authoilt.v the have lesourecs
n the com Is to Ret possession. The llle
and police foice membets all iccelvtd let
teis to-day to visit the ollle.' of the A P
A. board to-moriow nud icogulrc their
uuthoilty or be dl-chaige-d. A few meni
beis of tbe font- will probnblv ilo so, but
the mnjoilt) will Ignoie the lettcis nnd
net under the ptesint commission. Chief
of Police While teplled to the A. P. A.
commission, t erasing to recognl7t nil nu
thoiltj but that tstabllsluil bj the state
law. Tho A. P. A. boaid has served the
following notlie on the old boaid:
Omaha, Aug. 12 Although ou ate al
ready appilsed of the fact, we heieby foi
miilly notify ou that wo have been ap
pointed lite und police comnilsloneis of
tho city of Omaha, under the law of ISH,
and pursuant to that law wo have Hied our
Kinds In the sum of f.l.omi e-nch, nnd the
same have been nppioved by the city conn
ell oi said city, according to law, und we
have filed our olllclnl oaths with the city
clerk, nnd In nil lespe, ts have dill quail
lied, and are recognized by the cltv council
and also by the couit decision lendered by
lion M R. Hopw.dl
Tlierefoie-, vo heieby notify jou. thnt
having duly qualified and been reeognl.ed
as before et out, and having asutued the
duties of said olllie, we name Wednesdav,
August II, at 10 o', lo.'k a m.. a- a sullablo
time lo leeelvc fiom vou the r.'ions, pioi
i rty and rooms that imipeilj belong to us
..- en,, uiniiii iionru oi lire and polli e eoin
In the meantime, the old commissioners
will not ihange theii coins.', but go on
lelafoielng the cltv Jail, and preparing lo
resist nn'.i"uult. This Is talt.'ii as certain
evldinei. thnt a eonlllct will tesult, bIulo
the old boaid will not suriendei.
One plan of th, A p. A. board Is this
'llle new boaid will nruaiile n new po
lice fore-o and put new men on everj beat
In the cltj. The old ollleers will a nest
them and take them befoi. Police Judge
Heik. who Is an A. P A , who will at once
leleasc them, holding that the new men are
mil ollleers. Instead of being men who ate
Impeisonatlng ntlle"?-, As soon n the
A. P A men are leleii-eil thev will bilng
lteavv damage suits against ollleers mak
ing the artists. Including the ii Imiidsm. n
In the suit. Ho ( u as the possession of the
leionls of the lire and poth e commissi ui
is , one, i ned the A P A 's claim io i.ue
nothing Individual . onlli, ts are llkelv to
on ut when one poll, . in in at rests another
STARTED FOR KU CHENG.
American and HrltMi (llllilils Are In
Rout,. I.. I hit I'ln.eti. Investigate
tbe Ite. ellt Vliisvu, re
Shanghai, Aug 13 Mr, .Mansfield, the
a.tuig P.rltlsh e-onsul at Foo Chow; Mt.
A lb n, the Ilrlt'sh vice consul at P.idoga
!linl; Colonel J Couitney Hlrkson, the
I'nlteil States con-ul nt Foo Chow; Messis.
Ii.miter and Gtegory, and one of the
lieutenants of the 1'nlted States cruiser
Detroit, will start from Foo Chow for Kit
e'heim the stene of the re ent niisaeres
a soon a possible In ordi r to mak. a eom
pl. I. Inquiry Into the matter The coii.mi
1 u pittv will be escorted by a det.u hnieiit
o nm chine, tivxips, the vbeioj having
icfusfil to allow an .seoit of foielgn sol
diers or m.ii lius to nceoinpan them
New Voik, Aug. 13 A cablegram to the
World from Foo e'how sav. that the dip
lomatic puty, vvhleh the Asoci.ittil Press
advins to-day from Mhnughii announced
would have Foo Chow to Investigate tho
innssai re Mas tarted upon Its mUslou,
The Woild cable adds: All foreigners In
Hie Inland provim es hive been ordeted
io come io ii enow
London. Aug 13 An ollhial lelegiam
has been roioived In London announcing
that the IVkln government, nt the sugges
tion of the Hilt!h minister, Mr O'Connor,
his lsiid a p. teinptory edict calling upon
the pi vi inn . of all provinces In the . m
lilro lo prevent lie people fiom being mis
led by Idle runinis calculated to ex lie
Five of the ii.utl. ip nits In the Ku Cheng
outi.iges have b. en nrret.d and will be
KILLED HER THIRD HUSBAND.
Mr. Llbi Ainlik sln.ots .lames Amlik Willi
it lot best, r ei,r I iirel. i. Ii is.,
After a (Ju iirel.
Kureka, Aug. 13.- (Special ) Mrs. Hlla
Amlik shot and killed her former husband,
James Amlek, this morning at 10 o'clock
at tho farm, ten miles northeast of heie,
wheie tbo latter was working.
Mis. Amlek was passing In u buggy, when
Amiek camo out and stopped liei. After a
quarrel Amlek stalled tnwaid her, hold
ing his hand as though to draw a revolver,
when the woman shot him Willi a Win
cluster she .ilwajs eariled Willi her. Ami. I
was eonvlel.il last .I.iuuaij of felonious as
sault upon his vvlte. but was pardoned bv
Governor Morilll. Mis Amlek was ,i Nor
wegian and Amlek was hei ihinl hush mil.
IIUTI.LR COII.NTV CHOI'S.
Wheit, Corn, Oilt mul Other I'roiluits
Abundant and l.uiiirliins,
Uldorado, K.i , Aug. 13 -tSpecl.il ) Rut.
ler county xvlll raise mote grain this jear
than sho has since is9 There have been
tlueo good rains during the past two
weekst nnd everj thing Is in a nourishing
condition, lluller county hail lfc,Sni aetes
We have Just received notleo from
tho .u ge i: istem Sllvetsmiths that
tho prlco of solid sliver spoons ami
foiks has advanced, We w)ll sell
what silver we have on hand at the
old ptlces. It will not last long.
1 1 y j y
per set. A'arlous styles at all prices.
10J1 .MAIN sr,
Ask to see our new line of
of fa,! wl.n j I I MhR i. n l. thirty bushels;
l 111 i. . r iv that made a fair avrt-nn-e
bus ti m n.tes of . orn that is llrst
i lass tin. I will mike l.om.mi buhel; bad
ll.n!2 a. i.- of fiax thnt mn.le n stdetidl 1
ield, in r. s of barley; 7.1s in-rcs nt Irish
juilatoes, sint oerns 0f sorghum. l aires
broom i orn, ir..i7o neres of mill, t; l.sM
ai'ies Knillr corn, nil In the lust ..tiililloii
besld.s 111,711 iir,s of prilrle hsv 'I h. re
me i,.l, m res of nlfilfa, ,)', n r s or Ilni
olnv, 1 n2i a.Tis or blu,Kras nn I 3-l acres
of other Inn I i.rus s and J", Ml nrres of
beniltiK orchard besides sevirnl hlltidrr I
n. n of ben U of all kin Is llulb r nun lv
Is oil right Ibis .ai and her people ate
Ii ippj and pinsp, rou
LOWERING THEJ3REAT LAKES.
An I iiorinoiis Quiiitlty of nler Will lie
Diverted I'riiin In lie Ml, hlgiin by
('lilingii's llrolinge mini.
New Vork, Aug 13 -Mr Frank W Hiivv
lej has Just reiunie.l fiom ('lib ago, white
he has been for the post few weeks exam
ining the drulniiRe e.ui.il In an uttempt lo
detennlne whelher the eoiistructlon of this
Impioveinent Is likely to lower Hie water
of the Great likes, and whether also It Is
likely iippreebilil to divert tnilllc from the
ll.ist down the .Mississippi. .Mr. ll.ivvley
his piesenled his renort lioth lo his busl.
hiss ussoclntes and to the coinmltus' of
the produce exchange and other associa
tions which me about lo begin the eatu
palgn for the apptoptlatlon of i.oni.tioo ror
the Lrle canal The most Impoitant Inror
niatlon given by .Ml. Ilnwlev was an cell
mate as to the probable etfect upon tho
Great lakes or the dlvetslon of u gteat
bod.v of water through this ninal Ills re
pot l was that there em lie no question
that an enormous quintltv of water will
be taken rtom Luke Mb hlg.iu for the till
ing ol Ibis canal The best estlm ites that
he could obtain were that this volume will
be consliintly equal to one-third that con
tained in the Mississippi liver above the
mouth of the Missouri, or three times of
thnt of the Ohio liver
Mr. Hnw lev's report upon the suggestion
thai the ChleiiKu ship canal might serlous
l.v dlvirt untile from the File was very
bieir For It was nil a matter of conjecture-.
In e'hleagn It is looked upon us a certain
tv, tint considerable bike commerce will
seek the sea through the Mississippi val
lev as soon as this can il Is completed.
On the other hand, Mr Haw ley i8 that
In the Wist It Is thought that tbe iinnl
would bilng tralllc to the Hrle as well as
take It iivvnv and that new and distant lo
calities In the West would use the tonal
as an economical route to the Fast.
WELL UNDER THE FOUNDATION,
It Caused tbe Collapse or the Ireland lllllld-
lug In ew Vork mid the l.osn or
I irtieu I.Ives.
New York, Aug. 13. The cause of the
collapse of tho Ireland building, In which
fifteen lives were lost, eame to light to
day when the workmen engaged In clear
lug away the debris in tho cellar uncov
ered an old-fashioned well under tho foun
dition. It was situatni directly under
the, cential pill ir of the structure, tho
nude! mining of which precipitated the dis
aster The well was only eighteen Inches
below the tnneiete base on which the pillar
lested. It vva of the nlil-fnshloneil sort,
six feet deep bj eight feet In dlumetet.
lined with rough stones, and theie was no
v ater In It.
The building experts examined the well
but would give no opinions on tin matter.
One expert said, however, tint nelthei the
eontimtor nor the ollleers of th" building
.lep.it tment eould have been unaware of
the fact that the well was there nor of the
fact that Its tilling was too soft.
A representative of the dlstrli t attorney's
olllie will attend the Inquest on the bodies
and If nn) evidence of erlmlunlltv Is ills
covered, the ease will be laid bLtore tho
Another badlv mutthttid and decomposed
body wns taken fiinii the ruins to-du and
was Identified as Peter Maereno, an Ital
Hut one more m in known lo have been
In the building Is missing and it Is expeetnl
his body will bo found there.
TWENTY YEARS ON AN ERRAND.
Clmrlis II. Wright Returns to Ills ', rents
.trier I ll.1t llltarvill VV Ith (lie .Vrlll lc
II,. V a sent I or.
Wllmot, SD.Aug. 13 -Charles II Wright,
son ot I. .unbelt Wright, who was s. nt on
.m .rt.ind lo hi step-mother twint je.irs
ago, and who had not been lit ml of ftom
that da.v, le'tiuued last night to his falh
ei s home, bringing with him the aittclo
In hud been sent to get, together with a
wife and four children. When the boy
went aw ay the Wilght family was living
at Fox Like. Wis. Charles was ordeied
by his sttp-mnthtr to ro to the ston . Tin
boy was displeased, and Instead of doing
the en. uul. left town A ft vv ve.us later
Mr. and Mis Wright lemoved to this
place, wheie thrv own a large farm In
the meantime the bo had gone to .Mon
ti, ello, Minn, wheie he, In the couise of
time, mulled and ials.il i family A few
iluvs ago he learned that his father was
living heie. and tame on a visit llefore
going to the house be went to the store
and puiehastd the article he was sent tor
tw.uly veins itko and, armed with this,
and tollnwcd bv his fauillv, muehed in
on the old people.
SUICIDE 0FAUTTLE BOY.
Kills 1 1 ll.lsl-l r lletnu,. He Could Not stmt
tbe 'lauuth or Ills I'lii) unites
Warsaw, Ind , Aug. 13 Leroy Oirdlrf,
aged only 0 years, committed suicide by
taking a heavy dose of lough on tats.
Ills mother neently obt lined a divone
fiom In r husband upon veiy sens.itlou.il
grounds', and the llttlo boy left a note,
saving thit he could no long. 1 stind tho
taunts' of his pl.i mites about It Fx
Mifinr .Maxwell G Cardiff, the boy's f.ith
ei. is a v. i prominent ntiorn. j of this
tltv. and strvttl three terms in the stato
Sp. liter, la.. Aug 1 1. C. II Hi ndeisholt,
a piomllieut .ittnine), committed suicide
this evening b shtiollns hlui, If The
cause given Is an alleged shoilage with on
Fiistern loan (niupin, lie had lived In
Spein i for four jears and no one suspect
ed such a thing.
THE SYNDICATET0 THE RESCUE
It Depoolts Cold With lhn Tretsnrv In Or
der lo Keep the Item rvo Intuit.
Washington, Aug 1'. A telegiam was re
ceived ut the tie.isuij ilep.ii im, nt from
Assistant Tie.isuiei .Ionian al New Voik.
stating tli,i in gold bad net n wlthdiawn
for export lo lluiope. This was followed
iu a few minutes b) another staling that
tho Morgin HJlidlcato had deposit, d ,old
In exihange for legal lender to tho amount
oi i,..i(j,i, wnicn ieas me goiq hhpuo
at the clone of the daj's business, $lul,S3s..
713. The s mil. ale's action is taken heie
as eoniluslvo evltltiico that It piniiosrs to
keep the lescivo ab.ivo tho tirni.nnnu.i point
a.. aiding to tho spirit of lis enntraet with
WALLER'S CASE NOT DROPPED,
Aliil'iist iilnr Ihistls Salt! In Ho lilting tin,
Closet Attention to It, Heports In tho
t miliary Notwithstanding,
Pails, Aug 13. Theto is absolutely path,
lag Iu tbo sensational stor circulated by
a New York uevvspeper to tho eftect that
Iho Fnlle'tl States uinli.iss.nlor to Fiance,
Mr. James 11, Fustls, h.iH dropped tho
tao of Mr John 1, Waller, lormerly
Hulled States eousul at T.iinillve, Mada
gascar, who vv is icceiitly sentenced to
twenty e-ars' Imprisonment by court-marshal.
On the contrurv, Mr. Fusils Is pur.
suing the muter most energetically, and Is
Riving tho cao his closest consideration,
with the result that he hopes toou to ar
rive at u satisfactory result.
Colored IliptltU to lltp Waller.
Washington, Aug. 13. (Special.) Hon.
Johfi 11. Langston addresstd the Wnshlng.
ton toufereiieu ot the eolored llaptlst
church upon the Imprisonment of ex-Con.
sill Waller. At the conclusion of his te
ui.irks. a resolution was passed protesting
usalnst tho treutment received by Mr.
Waller, and a pledge was made to bilng
the matter to the attention of vailous
llaptlst congregations, in older to piovido
money for the assistance of Mr. Waller's
family. The plan will be catrled espe
cially to Kansas und Missouri, wheie It Is
estimated more liberal responses will be
made tbun In any other states.
KIMVSC!TV, Mcv, All II, I'f
Tn-Ani ut h lr Iht u-fAthtr lo U n(r.
7rm,"Ttiitire yuUrtav Minimum, , tmul.
Knriau-i lands of iiiorcli.ttidlsc at
various prices, ami the priceR the
littlest of pneus. Home li.tvu been
slow hclleis. The pattern, the
quality, the colorings, the price or
the noiiicthiti"; inatle them slow
sellers, and these very slow sellers
(o the lowest. Whatever we have
of hot weather stuffs noes lowest.
Cost is nothing. Value now has
nothing to do with the to-morrow's
Why thii to-morrow? It's one
of our sales dayu, inaugurated for
Vou know the novelty season is
over, and what wo have of hot
weather novelties must go. These
remnantb of past ricli and beautiful
hot weather stuffs must go go for
a song, so to speak, and when the
shelves have been emptied of just
what you need now we'll pile them
again full, but then 'twill bo in the
fall and for the fall.
Of hot wenther stilts, sheer sttUTs or
ducks, the ptlces have been lovvctcd lo
a point that should clour out vvliat'.i
left tii-mni tow.
$13 00 Coloietl Dotted Hvviss Stilts,
J'j.&O Suits, made of sheer materials,
veiy Hlyllsh S2.50
Duck stilts for halt and some of them
less than half.
Shirt WnlstH up to 3, now- 75c
Sotuoliodv's judgment went nstrny,
but oti don't care about that. What
you're Interested In Is. "HOW CIMLVP
CAN I ItFY Till: SI1IUT WAIST?" '
.Tie French pilnted Organdies, 3no
Sateens, :!.-,c dolt Suitings .mil r,"c, Nov
elty Duck SiiltM, nil now- marked,... 5c
Jl.lc Scotch Lawn are I2WC
Mc and fiflc Swivel Silks new 25c
Lie and IKe Duck Suitings tiow...9Mc
Volt see what wo mean by the littlest
Beginning to-morrow we shall
place upon the Bargain Counters
opposite Grand Stairway, Walnut
Street Kloor, Kcmnants of
Dimities; Lawns, Ducks.
Crepons, Cheese Cloth, CJiulllcs.
Chev lots. Ticks. White tlootls
And li Ints nt e..tctlv half the actual
former tetail prices. Vou can make n.
dollar do the vvotk of two dollars.
SIlOCS. (Croud ,e.)
Here's a few of the Bargains that
you can find in Shoe Dcpt. to-morrow:
Women's Kill Ovfortl Ties will, iuimi
leather tips, ttiineil soles, worth tip to
J20U. for 98c
Women's Dark and Light Tun Osfoi.f
Ties. .so,uuiv nnd iMiintetl toes, tinned
sides. Just the thing lo llnlsh out th
sensnn with, worth Jl .10, for 98c
Hi.vs' und youths' nal calf and tlnngo
la Low .Siioes, sUcs Hum 11 to a"-., woith
up to 12.10. for "Sl.SO
Hos,' and vouths' Tan low anil high
Shoes, sl.es II to f.' , woith $'.' in,
Misses' Hue Dongoln Oxford Ties.
sUen 11 to J, worth J.'.OO, for 98c
New Itlbbnns In Velvets and also Ip
Satin Oros fliuln
Fl.ick Velvet lllbbons.
Coloietl Velvet millions.
Satin Itlbboiis in colors.
Also over forty tliiforent shatics or No.
1 all silk Satin or tiros drain Itlhbona
""' , IOc Piece
r.OO jurtls, more of All Silk rteltlng
Itlblions, black and colors, 2 Inches
wide, worth "Oe nnd Ifle vd.. for..,. 20c
.'i to t5 Inth vlde Figured nud Fliln
Colored lllbl... ns, worth 50c to 7.1c yaid,
To-inorrovv In Kan Dept.: '
r,c Faun will be 2c
lfta Fans will be , 5c
20o Funs will he IOc
$l.0o Fans will bo 50c
$12.1 KtttiH will bo 76c
$150 Fans will be... 98c
Hood's $1 00 bottle Sars.ipirill.i for 79
Fame's Jl W Celerv Compound for 82
Lv.lla 1'inkli.iin'H $1 on Cnipounil forlS
Avar's $Lm0 Cbeit Fctmnl for..75c
Alleock'.s '.Mo I'tiious l'lnsieis for..l2Jo
Ayer's $1.00 Siitsapatllla for 73c
".lc August l'.,wer for 58c
Ajct's 7.1c Ilulr Vigor foi G9o
J1.00 bottle of Urnmo Cafleine foi78c
lliirnh. nil's 7.10 lleof, lion ami Wine
$1.00 bottle of Faskol.i for Q9c
f,(lo liottlo .Malted Milk lor 45c
2.1o box Cat tot's Little Liver Fills
100 e.tpsiilcK for IOC
F. e W. Quinine, pi r ot,... 53c OZ,
(lei man Quinine, per cws 45c
Visit our HatK.ilii Ikisemeiit if you
coo to nave money.
Dr. Link's disinfectant was 10e
Insect I'tivvtlep was
."larch 1'olishliiB Wafers was
Lbiuld Hlue, So bottle, now..
,1c bo of Hall llltteltiK. now-..,,,,
We Ketiibbinir lliuslies. now
21o Hhoo iltushes, paw. ..,...,.,,, Qc
ion rilino li.iuiHis. now..,, 5c
r.Oo l'liinlluie Hiltshes ,,.39c
$12.1 VcKdablo Cookeis ,.,.50c
l5o Fopiief liottoin Oolfeo l,ots.,,25c
2.1c J-tiil.il t S.ntee Fain..,..,., IOC
2.1o Call Jttlls , jQc
6o I'.uins Knlfo foi.. .,,.., ,,.,,.,, 3C
Wo are tho agents hero for the Do
luestlo Kevvlnu Machines'. Ilere'b how we
Their $50 quality for , S35
Their $51 quality for,,,, S40
Their $60 nuallty for.., ,,.. $45
O. it, S. Sewing Machines.
Tho $50 quality for.,,,.,....S20,00
The $53 tjuality for ,...$22.50
The $60 quality tor...,..., $25
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