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Lawrence Daily World (Newspaper) - May 12, 1895, Lawrence, Kansas n DAILY SUNDAY MAY No Tb IfflhEls litiiHl Bui VloeFredden JAMSOJJ Uuhter Ant Cashier Camtal Surplus Directors O flfOYinor J N BOMRI ATTORNEYS AT LAWYER OVER HOUSES CLOTHING STORE Clarence SEARS Attorneys at Law 729 Street OmClOVaB WOODWARDS DRUG Etoddenoe Tennessee St PHYSICIAN AND Massachusetts upstairs 1301 Telephone 82 D Office over Night Calls at Office 719 DENTISTS Edward DENTIST 909 Massachusetts JUSTICE OF THE INSURANCE written in reliable Office In the batement under Sinclairs nwt FOB RELIABLE INSURANCE Go to Selig TORNADO AOC1DEN1 l STEEJLK ATTdBNBY AT LAW iiTsRACTOR OFTITLEt examined and OR and Tornado and Hall Inraranoe Abstracts of Farm Office over Lets Drug M FONSORIAL Hail Cutting in the Latest styles Shampooing and Ladies bait dressing a 888 Massachusetts Street The Bijou Barber Shop UNDER NATIONAL SID new bat the Nic IlMWOfMBat 886 Massachusetts pontbof if Barber A rail line of tor Spring and ICE ICE ICE clear and n At PEACE American Manufacturers Given Great Opportunities in China by FOR LOCAL MONEY The Post Office Department Arranging to Pat a System ID come Tax Thought to Be May oppor tunities for the introduction of Amer ican machinery and the investment of American capital are offered by the peace agreement Japan has just ef fected with A provision is made that China shall hereafter be open to the introduction of all forms of modern and that such machinery shall be admitted free of American cotton machin ery should benefit especially from the new opening pre and also electric printing presses and many other devices of civilization which hereto fore have been kept out of The emperor of China has heretofore pro hibited the introduction of modern ma As a result the Chinese are using wooden plows similar to those used centuries Modern tools are included under the head of machinery and mechanical so that the American plow and all other implements and tools will en ter China free of It is stated that cotton machinery will be brought at once into extensive thus enlarging the demand for cotton from the southern The Chinese use so much cotton that the emperor granted a monopoly of using cotton machinery to the viceroy of the southern provinces of He has since produced large and has prevented the British and Ameri cans at Shanghai and elsewhere from using similar how the viceroys monopoly is at an end and American machinery is ex expected to be freely introduced throughout the Local Money Order May post office department for some time has been seeking to make arrangements by which a local money order would be This is intended to compete with the express money or der system which allows people in large cities to send money by mail to dealers in the same cities and which is said to be a very profitable source of in come to the express money order busi The difficulty confronting the post office authorities is the temptation which such system would place in the way of money order clerks and post as a money order issued in the post to be paid at the same can be variously manipulated and could be made a source of great pecu lation on the part of the money order The has not given it and still hopes to put such a system in The Income Tax May some reason or other there seems a general disposition on the part of the adminis tration officials here to give up the in come tax cases as This may either be the result of disappointment arising over the former which causes them to expect the worst from a hostile else it is a wish fathered thought and indicates a de sire to have the whole thing done away The decision of the case will not be made known until Mon May but it is said that Justice Jackson has announced his intention of returning to Tennessee next This is taken to indicate that if the case is not already decided it is one which is not considered difficult of de but will be easily settled one way or another when once the court meets again for It seems to be taken for granted almost that Justice Jackson will decide against the law on his general charac A the Insurgent Appeals to Patriotic May Maceo has issued the following proclamation To courageous Cubans I address you who had the glory of conquering the Spanish forces during the memorable struggle of ten It Is an honor to me to Invite you to a contest newly begun for our national sover I advise you that the principle I bring engraved in my heart with characters of the purest patriotism will never be blemished with unproductive transactions and shameful It Is that noble and sincere principle which means for Cuba to be free and You must remember that the false promises of Martinez Campos took you to the scaf to and to prison in great and you were also prosecuted by sev eral Spanish who spread terror and desolation in the private homes of Cuban fam destroying their Break forever from that ignominious yoke and depend upon your continued and true Signed Southeast Missouri May Southeast Missouri Press association met here with a good repre sentation and opened its ses sion at the of the Piedmont pre with of the De Soto Facts After the exercises at the the members of the press visitors and a large number of invited guests repaired to the Madison where refreshmente were served and a pleasant social hour was spent May great er part of the targe pottery plant of a Weller burned yesterday The low fc with an in NO WARRANT FOR H The Shawnee Connty Attorney Refuses to Prosecute Kansas Chief May AI torney Safford announces that he will not cause a warrant of arrest to be issued on the complaint of charging Morrill with having obtained money out of the state treasury by false He save the vouchers which Peters refers to as evidence show what they were given that the auditor of state had full knowledge of the facts when he approved the accounts and that there was noconcealment by the governor and no attempt at Such a he states no cause of action he will not be a party to such a proceeding or permit the state of Kansas or the county of Shawnee to be a party to THE MEN ALL Five Out of Sixteen Women Passed a Civil Service May rights advocates will find comfort in the remarks of the civil service com mission on the examination recently held for library cataloguers and library clerks for the agricultural Of the thirty applications for the for all the men failed to while five out of the sixteen women did Of the ten applicants for the eight men failed and two women Although Secretary Morton wanted men for the he was moved by these results to change his mind and appointed Miss of and Miss Leon of state library SUPREME The National Council at Milwaukee Choose Leaders for the Coming May supreme officers elected by the council are presi dent Judge Fort vice president secretary of state Tanl chaplain secretary Camp treasurer San sergeant atarms John sergeant Supreme trustees chosen were Mont Sny Washington West TITHES FOK THE The Southern Association Declares In Favor of OneTenth May the South ern Baptist church of offered a preamble and resolution relative to the appointment of a church building board which was The com mittee of tithing recommended that members contribute onetenth of their incomes to the of St opposed the adoption of the tithing system as a of the but the report was adopted by a viva voce GOULD FOR The Young Millionaire Said to Be After a New Jersey May political gossips have set the story afloat that George Gould is figuring on getting into the New Jersey legislature as sen ator from Ocean county and that he has his eye upon the seat in the United States senate now occupied by James of The sources of the report are such as to in dicate that it has some basis in whether wholly true or not Gould has been a citizen of New Jersey for nearly two his residence being in RUMORED CABINET Secretary Gresham Will Not Retire Unless His Health May can be stat ed on the authority of one of the par ties directly concerned that reports of a change in the head of the state de partment by which Secretary Gresham will be succeeded by exPostmaster General Don Dickinson are not with in the range of provided Greshams health as it is expected it wilL Should his health compel his withdrawal from the cab inet Dickinson doubtless might be asked to accept the Fatal Fire In a Lodging May started early this morning in the saloon under the cheap lodging house of August Michael on Sherman and in a few mo ments all chance of escape was cut Michael jumped from a thirdstory window and was fatally An other lodger was also fatally hurt in leaping from a One man died from suffocation and eight other persons were overcome by the Fatal Cloudburst In May cloud burst late last night washed out a number of bridges on the Lorraine Wheeling and Wheeling Lake Erie and inundated the low The Wheeling Lake Sue wrecking train which left here to repair trestles went into a washout George was killed and four others A BOGUS A Wisconsin Tailor Arrested for Working a Sharp en GREEN May Henry a merchant tailor of this was arrested by government officials charged with using the mails to de The complaint alleges that he advertised hi Pittsburgh and other eastern papers a cure of the liquor habit for The it is was to take the pledge and keep The complainant in the If Pittsburgh FREE What Patrick Egan Says About the Sentiment in the West THE CONFEDERATE EEUNION Indications Point to a Large Meeting at New Jersey for NEW May exUnited States minister to and a republican of takes issue who recent ly after the western that the free silver craze dying out I doubt he that Depew on his trip came in touch with the actual sentiment of the peo Having been a of the west and knowing the I am free say that I believe the silver agitation has only begiin and unless areaction sets will become cyclonic the fall of 1896Last January 1 would have readily ventured the prediction that any candidate the republicans might see fit to nominate in 1896 would pe Iam now prepared to revise my opinion so far vs to say that if a candidate opposed to the free coinage of silver is nominated his election will be at least doubt Republicans should not le over confident It would not be a bad idea for the party leaders to sen i some good men to the west and let them learn the real sentiment of the They will find that Coins Financial Schooland the address of Arcbbishop of are becoming the guide and preceptor of the western farmers who believe that by the aid of a single is ing themas a lemon is The Confeddrnte May ia ex pected that visitors will attend the meeting of the United States federate and the state encatmp ment of the Texas volunteer guards here May An capable of seating has erect ed at a cost of Indications point to a representation from nearl y a 11 of the 700 Moor Sable and o ther noted confederates will attend with their besides several promii aent exfederal including G Schofield and Miss Winnie Davis will be the spe cial guest of the Many New Jersey Charters May Wterts has issued a proclamation decla ring void the charters of about 500 corf tions organized under the laws of the state because thojy have neglected to pay the taxes assessed against them for Amongthem are the Ajner ican Standard Telephone ican Umbrella Supply the ican Visual Telegraph the Atlantic City Jockey Magazine and the New Jersey i Pure Bfcitter Many for NEW May Ounard line steamer which arrived this morning from brought 921 Italian steerage She is the first steamer of the Gurnard line to bring immigrants directly to this city from the Highest of all in Leadening GoVt Report BRADSTICKKTS Marked Evidence of an Improvement In NEW May says The present week brings dis in some even more pronounced evidence a of improve ment in notwith standing the increase the wave of i ndustrial dis content and strikes for b igher always the accompanime mt of an up ward tendency to Sole leather is up another 3 cents and piices of shoes are Galvanized iron and wire nails are as is B ssemer about 10 cents cent print 116 and wheat 15 In prices remained firm fqr tin and and while no actual advances have been made for steel live cattle and rice this the tendency in each in stance is The south sends n en couraging reports than for a la Qg At the previous gains e main tained and confidence in an o ilarged volume of business HIS LAST LAW 8PEEC ExPresldent Harrison Proposes to lletlre From Actlre Leffal Basin May ExPresi dent Harrison made the closi ng speech for the plaintiffs in the Morr ison 000 will case yesterday af tei and later it was announced t it was his last speech before a The Attendance in court was large and as Harrison w in fine health the address was a Harris ons private said last night Harri son willnever again spea k before any as this argument is his last He will soon abandon the pi ractice of law and will never again be seen so actively engaged in ai Jy pursuit Work of Fire Aprf i IS oclockSaturday night an attempt was made to burn one of it ie most valuable blocks of buildings ii this The would be incendiari broke in the back doors of the f Salisbury savings which is in fee center of the They a lot of paper with ooal oil fire to which Ignited a lot of tar tlmt was under fffh discovered Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE FIFTY LASHES FOB A An Justice of the Peace Orders Punishment In an Unusual May Millard has resurrected an old method of punishing youthful which was tried on a small negro yesterday who stood cotivicted of stealing The boy was too small to send to but not too small for pun ishment The justice sent the boy home to his mother in charge of a con empowered to see that fifty lashes with a strap were well and equitably The a old fash ioned slung the small boy across her knee and laid on the strap with power and and the boy will not forget the experience to the end of his The law was more than vindicated in his This is the first time whipping as a punish ment of crime has been administered in this NEGRO A Heinous Crime Expiated by the Death of Joseph Bnrrles on the May Joseph Burries was hanged at oclock this morning for a criminal assault on Ber tha a 7yearold He was baptized in the Catholic faith this On the scaffold Father Dominick Wagner said that the negro realized the seriousness of the crime he had committed and was willing to Burries made a long speech and prayed for the judge and jurymen who convicted This was the first legal hanging for attempted outrage ever held in the Tinf Married and May and Van Wagner celebrated last night their golden and Van Wagner also celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his1 entry into the min Eight of their children and many grandchildren were present The venerable minister has filled charges in New York and Nevada Zinc Hen WBI Not May The em ployes of the zinc works refused to strike Sunday as No more secret meetings will be allowed among their At the state board of education decided not to investigate the charges against Car on account of the expense of an investigation for which the state had made no The board refused to revoke his institute The charges against of will be investigated at a future meeting of the i by a May A damaged property to the amount ol The East Side Lutheran church steeple was blown Maurers bakery cigar Shapiras dry goxls Hotel Winchester and the ground building were fatalities AH OH Company for May secre tary of state has authorized the incor poration of the Standard Oil capti tal Its incorporate rs are Isaac Orison Perry and Her man all of Uumboldt except AntiRevolution BUI May the rejection of paragraph 113 of the antirevolution bill the reichstapr refused to discuss the measure any all merits were withdrawn and the entire ynrri graph by was re jjtc A LAND WITHOUT First D wallers In Babylonia Were Forced to Make When men first settled there was no Dig where you say Chipiezand you rwill not finij a stone in the from Bagdad to the larger than a But they found ready to their hatnda in the river most abundant materials for making with which their temples and towns wfcre This clay they mixed with chopped In some cases they merely dried the bricks in the and such was the con sistency of the clay that it is evennow difficult to break these In other cases they were In the case of the burnt bricks they inter calated layers of and bound them together by instead of mor This was chiefly brought from on the where it still The bricks were beautifully made in and in the normal pattern were about one foot four or fire inches and rectangular in and sometimes triangular or otherwise so as readily to make up into arches and Many of them bore the names of the early kings impressed upon as may be seen in specimens in the British Brickmakmg was truly an i f a A Hiitny of Lavraee ttuatrtH It has often been regretted that some one of the oldheroes who went through so much to make Lawrence a historic city did not write a complete history of the founding of the city and its ter rible struggles during those border ruf fian days including an authentic ac count of the Quantrell No city in Kansas has gone through so much or has such a history as Pages acd books have been written on the early struggles in strange as it may seem the story of Lawrence and the Quantrtll raid never betn fully told and put into book form for our children and future gen A number of citizens have at last prevailed upon Richard Cordiey to write a book and give the history of Lawrence and the and its snuggles uud trials during the early He has for dome time been gath ering data ana talking with the eld res idents and in a few weeks the Journal company will publish this valuable vol ume to Kansas The book will contain some 300 pages nicely bound with a large of illustrations of early huUdiuga all residents who iounded and built up the li will embrace the history of the louu irom its inception up to and including the war and wiildoultr less be the mobt complete and reliable history vet published of those able The fact that Cordiey has written it is sufficient guarantee to all old citizens and former and already a number of those ojitsi6 the city have sent for the has arranged with Caktae of this city to aupejintend the tiou and sale of the boqk and it is ex pected will be out of early in The price of the book will and every family in Lawrence and hundreds of city will want the The fesue will be to actual orders and Worden will visit every family in toe city next few days and take their for any number of copies they 3iU SnitS on The rumor comes from Paris that bangs forcing their wajr into the fawer of fashionable this should prove true the becoming method of the hair which has prevailed ing the past winter will again have to to the fluffy and crimpy and which go long left doubts in minds of observers whether the ladies weriewith out lo reheada or ashamed of the flip of intellectuality which a broad Wo A rumor from Paris on a matter of fashion is a serious but to a ughtful mind this one to not likely to be accepted as If it had come the dead of winter when the hair ntlds the curl for a con siderable At be But at this the moistnre which the heat pruduce8 straightens every hair as it sensible ladies of this COUIltry are not likely to grasp fancy that puts upon them couiu labor and does not add to the beauty their The present style rf dressing the hair is exceedingly attrac tive The part in he middle and the exposure of the brow may not e be coming to but they are certainly attractive to most m f About 250 people at South park yesterday afternoon to see the annual field The program was an interesting one alihoajrh no records were Among the best of tte events was Motters 100 yard dash in 10 3 5 the standing high jump ot who cleared 4 feet and 4 Ned Newtons half mile run in Stones shot put of 33 feet and 11 fad and the halt mile bicycle race won by Fred Clarke in The heavy wind prevented better records being made in a number of Mach credit is to be given to Andy Foster for his successful management ot the Anv man who malidously cir culate untrue reports aboat sflatn that have occurel in bis own bouse and about a young gentleman daughter has been going np worthy the least of respeei Mdocdy nte own family by ib r Jf
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