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, DR. EH. YOST,
1Jt CTH'AL AM) fiCIK VI IFIU
(Form-rly nf 1'ei.Mnliiei. I )
Respectfull) unnmimes ' to Shu pcni.le or
Wichita and sun-minding cuiintr that he has
iimiio1 hia onim initir.ioiporii is'iiMiir,
llrel door north oripostnlbr... where alt Milrrriiij;
from weakness and ikfwlhc l-iun win lin
thorough rxhnilimtion, mailr "ii sliU tly Mlm
ttao prlncipl", "Uh " 'r uimiIikihm
knowu to modern wlfnoe oroptir-i. tu ixfertxln
ami currwt delwlhe IIuiih null a .M'l
llTiiewnHropIa, 1lrebpln an.l AllKllNm
All forms or Unlit roiuirluK v.irIoin tlntnl
When the jounc nin iiliel 1" lliiram
jrel for iortltlon. Hip srejit jotirnkiioi
aakadi "Wliatdo you know 1" On lirPwntliiK
bin dllom ni crKiliiatp. t.rn-l Mijrt, "I
don't care lor tliHt. It HkhhI In lu iin-, Iml
what -do J on know Do lor hsuvr awiihmi
ruACttr i r.r " ,
Now, Dr II. II Yoit cnnif li tlie )iii.ilf ir
thle city ami runuty rwllnj; ennllilent tbnt lm
tliuroiushly unclentanila ihe priinlilmiro.tic
liy reason of nlmlj Intf anil pitht rlnif Kmiwle'lK
from the xerleiirc l our inut wifiitino im-ii
of ihta country, aUoof Kuropo.iltirlnK the ii
ataWred yeare. More tlinn nil an mitwer the
iXtMiniil ' byUreely.lknou ItprHctlctlly.
IUvIuk tnnelel lnrjeiiM loliiRiiilhlnit rUe
but examlnlm; ilerecllve vin ami lomUIni:
theltlonof the name lth nrllllil Irtnw, I
aay this, ir there Is aimtlier Optlfinn.on earth
that has Htteil more hjH'ctieleH limn I h:ie. I
would like tu M-e hli". .1 kon'ti mm K
uas. , ,
" IPurthermoT. Improvement" In the eiioti-ne-tlon
or pertiiele' ami e e-clas-e has kept eoiial
iiaee with other lniprmrinnta of thi w ler-
lul age, ami Ir. 1t vlrhiH tln to the ie
iilethat hi Ilrazlllan 1'eblile l-n-es are vm-ttrcted-on
lrlctl wleutlilr principle, i.ml
any pernon, no instter what the uithc r their
lefectlve vision m& lie, whn 111 come to the
office or Dr. "ioct, hae their ejes tenteil In :i
eclentlflc manner ami lltteilwllh a pair or hil
Brazilian 1'eblile linnet, nuwlp to hla oulei ami
exclusively for his ue, will k" ) hajijiy ami
ev truly, reat are the ile Ices of iiihii
Dr. lout come highly reeoninienil'il bv niun
erous eminent physician tbroiichont the Main
with flatterlnK oertlllcate-i, Imi t'itemeiitt
without numbers from leaillne biniue meu
from all iiarl ol the country. Space will not
alow'n to ptiblUb but a email, nil sm i 1.
part of them. "
Please read carelully ami then come ami tec
for youmelf. "seelnK U belieilu "
lot., Kanam, Xlavi'i, I o
This is to certify that I haie been li-llik'
ctaespurchaiielorir. 11. 11. ot, ami eo far
have glveu S'l satUfnction, I belieie the
doctor nmlemtaml It let buiineai', ami iuuM
chserfully reoommeml him to the piililic. .Ml
of which l respectfully submitted
Itu ( . . II. I. Ill W.
ri, 1.KA1KNWOI1III, lCv JH lo, 1H1.
Pr. It. It. VitunilertamU thepilmlple r
optic, ami or tlttliiKKlacH tu eje ri-iiirli'K
enherlcal or cylindrical lenwe., tlnniiiilil.
1 J II I! ritVKIt, SI !
Ioi.a. lvA, Sliyl". ISI
To iect t( amy runrrrrt :
Hairlne used glasses Tor oiue, thirty jears, I
t can certify that the llrazillan iobble Ii n.-i are
the best lever ned nch at lr II. II t
Ins on sale ami, furthermore. 1 can recom
mend him a one r the bent iptb Iiin I know
of. which canbeterlllled to 1) juite a numb, r
of our citizens In loin '
i: u i.m.
1'roprletor loll Sllneral Well, loin, Kaus.n-).
loLA, Kansas, ljy IS), ls-1.
.Thl certille that about nnojisrarfo I pur
rhased to pair of epi-ctnrlei'-Hinepalr form)
wife and one pair fur in) self- which hntcglicn
eutlr eatUractlou, from lr II II nl, ami
1 cheerrulli r-ennmend him to the public n an
optician oflhe llrt-c!asK
1 C. II HOt UMI.N, SI l
Iola, Iansa, Slav l't. Kil
Mv wife purchased i;la.se of lr II ll.ot.
In tJlrard, Kanims, about eighteen month iro,
which haie proi en entirely aatisfartnri, ami 1
rheerlully mwininend theI'toi a an tjitm-
UD" VlI.I.I-s S ;i:mi.
rator HaptUt I burili
Iola, Kansas, JlaJ I'.i, ls
11 Is with the Kreatest plei.ure that I slate
that some time ago I bad m il-Ion .orrecled
by the skllirul hands or lr II II 3ot, with a
lialrof his Brallian iwlible lenses, and now I
consider that It U a dnti l owe the i.iil.lic to s
that theyare all I oonld desire : and I would nut
take te.tlmes nhat they co-t and psrt wlUi mi
- .1, K ItOMl,
I bare known II II. II .-l. lormerlv or
lies alftlnes, Iowa, fur the ptft thirl lesrs, or
since lMihosl, and can theerlulli rivniiinienil
him to the public or the people ir Kansas as a
skllirul optician; and It there Is a doctor In
Kaunas that ran corn-ct the ilsluii, Iir 3st
can do II. to 111 own ieronal knowledge
Iola, Kinsas, Slay Iu, 1n4
Ils-Ttng cxjierleureil a px.d dell of dlfiiculti
In obtaining the proner lenses for 111J ejes, 1
dually purchased apalror llr. 11. II. 3st. und
tbey (tve entire ealtsractlon. I can cheerfully
recommend, blni as an optician lo any requiring
1 IIAVlli WORST
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BLAINE AND LOGAN.
AT THE RINK LAST
The Campaign Opened.-
Speeches by Prominent and
A Very Large
and Enthusiastic Gath
One ol the largest and most enthusiastic
political meetings ever had in this city was
the i'.lainc and Logan ratification meeting j
at uic rinK tan evening, ine targe nan
was packed to its fullest capacity, there be
ing many who turned away unable to se
cure cen standing room. Among the vast
crowd were many ladies, who for the first
time seem to lie taking an interest in poll
tic, which interest no doubt has been
inspired by the nomination ol two such
grand standard-bearers as Blaine and Lo
gan. About nine o'clock the house was called
to order by K. B. Jewctt, who in a few well
chosen words announced tho object ol the i
... .i .i ii - it. I .1... nt I
uicciliix, nou cauuu lur iuo auiccuuu ui a
cliuirn.au, whereupon the meeting unini
monMy chose Col. M. Stewart to preside. I
On taking the chair Mr. Stewart referred
to Hie nomination, at Chicago latt Friday,
anil kjIiI Up Old not know of a. more ilttlnir
way to open the meeting than to give three
cheer for Blaiuc and Logan and they were i
eli i n with a zest that made the house rinir. I
M.. Stone, of the Dally Eaoi.k, and Mr.
Hutchison, ofthe 7i;tim. were selected as !
I 'poii motion the following lce-prt-i-dents
were elected : J. 1'. Alleu, llobt. ile
Ftibiu, J. II. Aley, Oscar Barnes, Mr.
Buikrldge, Finlay Kos, W. B. Smith, W.
S. Corbitt, L. C. Wood, Samuel Houck, V.
II. Sternberg, Geo. W. Steenrod and Mr.
Kudolph, after which the glee club sang
" Battle Cry of Freedom."
The lirst speaker of the evening was Hon. )
U, L. Walker, who was introduced to the
audience amid loud cheers. Mr. Walker
said tliut he was extremely norry that
he could not make a political speech,
and ho didn't know why he had
been called upon, unless It were
that he had but just returned
from the Chicago convention. Ho said that
his Intentions bad been, on going to Chica
go, to i ote for ChesteY A. Arthur for the
llrt place on the ticket, but on reaching
there and finding that the country was
wild with enthusiasm for the "l'lumed
Kulght," he changed bis mind and cast bis
ictc first, aecond, third and fourth liuiv for
James (J. Blaine, cheers whom he be-
lleicd tobe the greatest living American
Ktatesman, and for tho second plaee
for .John A. Logau, the greatest
hero that cicr drew his sword in
the defense of his country. He said that
Chicago fcecmed to be alive with Blaine
men, and thnt the ery air seemed to be
filled with Blaino. enthusiasm. The entiro
country wanted him; the people wanted
him everybody 'wanted him but a few
scheming politician. When the name of
Blaine w.i called In the convention there
went up mcli a thunder of applause as he
neier heard before nor expects to bear
again, until lll.iinc lVc his seat an the
rhicf executive- of this great country.
And, e.ild the speaker, I felt Hie loting
for Arthur up to till time, but such a no
tion was knocked out of uic as I beard that
thundering applause, ami realized that
Arthur u.is not the choice of tho people.
It i said, continued the speaker, that New
York would not support Blaine, but I be-
licc when the lime come that Xew York
will be all right, and at tho November elec
tion wilt giio him u handsome majority
The only mailable candidate the democracy
h.ue is Tllilcn, ami as they said in Chicago,
-If the old man dies, the democratic party
will most likely run his pants." Thanking
the audience for their attention, Mr. Walk
er took his scat, being most heartily ap
plauded. T. B. Wall, on being Introduced by the
eh airman, ( lid : "Ladies and gentlemen,
apprehend that the object in calling me out
is not to entertain, but to get the meeting
started," and the speaker then proceeded
to address the audience in most eloquent
terms. Ile referred to Blaine a being
possessed or the grandest combination of
heait and brain of any living man. ills
fame and name are know n wherever floats
the American flag. lie) pronounced a very
hamNouie eulogy on John A. Logan,
st)Iing him the. "Black F.aglc" or
llliiiob. He looked forward to a
sweeping ilctory for the republican party
in X-itciniicr. In referring to the
democratic party, the spcrkcr said that
about oix mouths ago there were aspirants
for the presidential nomination springing j
.... i.. ..s- til iiMi Htui lift mi st n 11 in.iirk7
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'"' h" --.- -- -s j
it was going begging. In fact, said the
spe.iker, our democratic friends haie their
elections .iljout six months before they
conic otf. lie pronounced the platform of
the republican party a ringing document,
inci'tinc all issues ulrly and squarely. He
believed tint the election of lllalue and
Login would raise the nation to a still
moie exalted place among the great na
tions of the earth. Mr. Wall closed hi re
lii.irUs .iiniil the heartiest applause.
J. II. Houston was the net speskcr
cilletl, and he kept the closest attention of
the audience, makiug some exceedingly
happj hits, which were thoroughly appre
ciated. He covered much of the same
ground as the other speakers, and noticing
a remark of Hon. It. L. Walker he referred
to him as "The big hearted, big bellied
Pick who olcd right at Chicago," which
brought down the house.
Col. Lewis, 011 taking the stand, remarked
that he was dry in this respect somewhat
resembling democrats and he proceeded
to take a drink of water, after which he
told a pertinent and ainilslngstory Illustrat
ing how the democrats manage a campaigu
Along towards the first
the leaders begin to
ok out." ks their
ci) out to the party "look
prospects of victory grad
again comes the cry "look out!" and when
tho election Is over and defeat theirs, then
the cry comc, "Didn't I tell you so." The
speaker said that there had neier been in
the history of the country so great ami
wide extending enthusiasm over a
presidential nomination as - the present
one, and what did it mean? Did it
mean thnt Illainc had electrified the nation?
It meant more thin that. It meant that
the grand principles which tlnd In him a
titiibg representative shall grow, and that
America shall he America! He spoke at
sonic length of the grand history of tbe re
publican party. He styled it the party of
grand achievements, inspiring the youths
of the land to nobler alms and purer lives.
He felt that the young meu ol the country
would need little urgiug to follow these II-
lu.trious standard bearers on to victory In
W. K. Statiley began by saying that be
did not think .Tames G. Illalne any greater
man to-day than be was yesterday , the day
before or last year. Hut be is dear to the
American people to-day as he stands as
their representative, the representative of j-angas river vallevs SlighUv Warsaw
something we love. Tonight Blaine and fajr weather, win'ds ihiftiag efavl
Logan stand as the fitting representatives sontli, lower barometer,
ofthe grand principles ot the republican .
party. We are here to-night to celebrate ASSIGNM.:
the nomination of these men, be . New York, June Herrad M
cause they are the represenUUvea j Spencer, fruit dealers, nalfMsl, PTe
of something In which we believe ferred creditora claims, $HWH '
and bold dear. Blaine ii an earnest,
generous, enthusiastic man an American !
The speaker dwelt at length on what the
'republican party had done for the nation.
Bow it had taken it when our credit was
bad abroad, etc, and raised it to be one or
the mostnrosDerous and soundest countries
on the face of the earth. He cited Blaine.
u the graadest re
press-mauve oi rtpuun-j
. ..., - . :.i.i &
can principles that eier lived. He paid
a handsome tribute to John A. Lo
gan, and said that he could hardly
imagine the enthusiasm of the old soldiers,
who had followed him on to victory in war-
when they should follow him to a saagnla-
ft .... i
cent'vlctory this fall.
Judge Sluss responded to an earnest call.
Said he, "I'd like to know what you would
like to hear. The only thing I want to say
to-night is one or two things about Logan,
and any one In the county who knows me
knows that I am red-hot for Blaine and
Logan, but of course this may make no dif
ference to them. The first time I ever saw '
Logan wasunder fire, where and when it
f.nM.A.i m ma iir rniiin iifiL pmie
. . . . '
death. It was leading uis lorces on to
Donaldson. It seems to me that
a grand future had been planned lor him,
and that lie was not to fall in battle. The
speakersald that he would follow Logan to
the polls as he had followed him to Donald
ton, and that hundreds of old soldiers would
do the same. He referred to the great iuflu-
soldiers had exerted In every
battle on to
ever had. and
tics of heart
and mlnu as ui.i James
i itLttto If. itnnbl not be a nt reiilc-
.. ....... i.. .. ., .
eiitatleof the bears of Wall street, the
dudes of Kirtu avenue, or me aoineucs oi
n-ai.. ... i. .., .1 lio i tit tint- rttn. .
entatlveofthlsKrcat and glorious country
ilenrv Asu. ol Winlield. also made a
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SAYS THE EMPORIA NEWS.
Blain aud Logan! Jn Hoc Signo
on your corpse.
The people were too much for the
The burning question now is wheth
er the democrat can put a ticket in
nomination nt Chicago in nct July
without robbing thu grave.
vr a--- ' -- .. 'i uiau uvuo;iiv v.w.. -.- ior 111c nasi . "tic ctoi.iv-,iw, , ......... v- ."-Til .niiiirrr;? . . .- .1
Hiiiff. I in hi. uuk lull ui iivi .. cnf..itn i.ni'iirrinr i.fiiiif :iiiii .1 . . ....(. .nAHn ouuir iiij i.:ii I wnirn bl-ibs invBr:iiiui.inHiai' tiiiiat
.' year. thU influence had greatly died ; Governor Davio Iw-re made. The . . . m . a tfL. r rri oliaractcrizeithtfUmrMrclliniuaw n Monev
it would again be renewed as California train inadc-n short stop at ""J Kfth iLis!Jer ioliiit: 'oiitJ Uustiugs county, l.lic people oi uan- y- Jn ,
the grand old hero of many Portland and Mr. W ing, ol Au nun , , rr i Xmh(n$2Mm,Q0t ,V ei vmc were a I in way inroug,, ircaiuu MoNtlEasv at .- v crlU. cUtilng off!n
lictory in November. He eu- maile a Dnet speetn. i lie oaiiiiMnicK of g x.o ,)cr cent. Tho notable :w -ujoiigii Mii-r; "' """ ,v at i-.-c cent.
candidate in the highest ' up again ana uic aniuerj n-cu a . v . vew.'York 17 per cent.- i i".i"riiiwri m iiu5.. .-.. -. nireuiiwiMiu. iAfB-.iHTniii
e he regarded as the best and - tlcn (J ,,,,. ,,,,. Boston, 12 , St. Louisa ; ; PitUburg. SJSf-Zt hlsV; SSSSftVlF1' ""
presentatiie the inas-es had A "S-ta, Me., . lm c J. 1 1.. Uiiio Gn.m . , , ilIt.f ;,; hHlls1, "b',". "" ,' , 'k -''lo GovrW "BoM-Lower.
hebciieiednootherliilng '"1" ".?" . 7: ' rilZV' City, 82; Cleveland, 2. i ' r-- : " ,r ,'.,, .,, r.s.,5-,,r-ceBu . . . li -?. ,
ed those sterling quail- !' ' ' '!"' , . . f cars oB statistics. " . both white aad black. ITlie report de- ?'1 ffisSSSu.' " ." T.'f 'I wtSl. J
Col. D. K. Anthony succeeded about . aeconiiaiiIeil by loyal and trnti-htai'Ied
as well in nominating Arthur at Chl-rmen from the Paciiic coast, whoiii'thcy
cago as he will in placing Solon ; rtig to our hospitality and whom
Timelier nt the head ofthe ticket in W0) greet aud heartily "welcome as
Kansas in .Tttly. 1 our gtesfs." I' aru a cry sure
Old Simon Cameron said a few days von must appreciate the embarrass
ago that the nominee of the republi-! incut under which a man speaks when
n ..n;n,...i ,.... vni. tim. would be lu is nvcriilicTrricd with tlie demon-
elected. It now eventuates that Si-1
mon was right.
With Blaine for iiresidcnt and Col.
John A. Martin for governor, Kansas
will roll up a Republican majority
this fall that will tinge the gills of the
democracy with a deep azure.
Kansas will "stand in" with the
next administration aud please don't ;
forget it. Col. John A". Martin and
James G. Blaine are warm personal
friends, and the latter has had no
more ardent and faithful supporter
thau the editor of the Atchison ,
Champion. It will be no small ad-1
vantage lo have that kind of a man
for governor of the state.
i Both Blaine and-Logau., like An-
drew Jackson arc ot Sco Ch-lrish e-
familica who settled Western Penusii-
Gen. lagan's grandfather,
Doctor John Logan, came direct from
Ireland to Illinois. Oliver lx)gan ami
Dr. Cornelius A. Logan, formerly of
Leavenworth, belong to the same fam
LaM week we copied from the
Wichita Eaoi.r a list of the newly
elected officers of Hie Grand Lodge,
KnighU of Pythias, iu which that pa
per called one of I hem a ' grand re
bate," which we, by " followiugcopy,"
made the same. We merely say that
V"7". "... ..' 1 1 ..-.!; ,.;ii I
so ir as a iv euuu a aiaun in.ii. n
do the order, he couhl just as well be
a rebate" as tho othcr.-JVcosAo
-::r. : ,?,:, ,:.; :.. r.h. -;vis
in. ej.. ...j,. .. v....... .. "r,
ioncaii.il a.e.a ... "'""J"'-"
pounds of wool to the sheep. Ihc
pOllllllSOl 1VIIUI I" IIIK !Sltcp. J-..V.
man who niiilcrlakes to head oil Sedg-'
wick countv in anvthing can't lay 111
1 I .....I. ... !...:... , I.K.Inr l.tu
bctl until the sun begins to blister his
ncrson. If Sedgwick can't come out
on top anv other way, she will get out-
a irrrn oinn ttnn iinu tui'iuv ui n.iiiiiv
"n ." 3J-J1 a..Aa..A.:M.l
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to tell it Kingma
Chicago, June 9.'
tra dfty f tjic Sj,rin;
ing at the Chicago Driving Park
weather was cloudy and very cold, Indianapolis, .Mine . t.enerai auc
with a strong wind blowing down the Buford, of Kentucky, committed st,i
homo stretch. The track was in good ' chic at Danville, Indiana, this morn
eondition at tho opening, but later a :nat tie residence of his nephew,
iri",i?1!,f'!L' ""T011:,!..? BeDniamin K. Buford. Gen. Buford
Tnfsn inin n .i:iii.iiv 1111111. viiici. iikii
hieh in tho air from hoofs and wheels.
Kin Tune 9 Ouite a ' pressed, which visibly increoM'd, after tcnlaV bv the American' association of Dorey ha- written a letter lo Spring
' ' ' . .' . , reading an article in the' news- Ucd OroJ.s, from its president, Mi-s cr, chairman of the committee on ix-
severe wind storm passed through tne
southern part of thi
afternoon, last, blowing down several
ri.;i..tni..i.; t .T..1.0 Q Tl.i ion-
a iiiiniv.iiit-iv ej mv vm .. .s.-
mile race at the Gentlemen's Driving!
park to-dav between John S. Prince,
champion bicyclist, and the trotting
horse ".-Scotland," was won bv the
Time STi minutes and S3 ec -
and injuring onp woman son- ot Tom uuioni to ine Aiicuorage im- slowly up the UI110 river whu tne i.eii e.nllc .pcciincns of f.il-ehooil, and to ""
v. The damage to crops and luin ft ph steal and tinauciai wreck. Cros steamer, on her return liviiiii. rja(n(M fttorv abotit Garfield as a mL-
was considerable. Ihc tjenerars rortune na nio oecn s;ue stop5 at out ot the way places crable fabrication of. 1 miserable man
swept away, lie relireii 10 ni- room u.creiiii!c!i.MrctiilUit,atiiliia He -av. he beiiete-.Sili-burv-, of al
man vs. horse. . just after brcakftst thi- morning, ami furnished hundred of destitute fami- 1 rt.ih. uahl -2(jO.(X) to'the Bliss
ilv and the trouble of his brother,
WHISKY POOL SUSPENDED ,., w ho k,e(, J1Ige iGU
Cincinnati, June 9. Secretary Stev-f wcre ljic cau5es ot- ,be act. j J i re
en will to-morrow issue a circular mains will be sent to Lexington, a- re-
announcing ine inuciiiiiic suspension
of the whiskv export association
known as the whisky pool.
McConnellsville, Pa., June 9. A
lanil slide at a deep cnt on the South
Pennsylvania railroad, near Sheepskin
IToIlow.to-day, killed two Italiauf aad
sorionsly injurtHl four others.
New York, June 9. Judge Horrace
lfnesell and Theodore Houstoa were
j0.jav appointeil recciven of th-j)
West Shore tc Bnfalo
Washington, D. CJime 10. utdica
tions for the lower Missouri aad Ar-
WICHITA, KANSAS, T&V $AWR, JNp.-lp., 188-4.
Tur-pr 4TNP TRAIN MFTlclpiuid of ecreefclsoott became "-1
THE BLAIHb TKA1H Mbl ed. wrecking houses, barns aud other
fVCDVWHPRP huUmngi 'lBlOMJl0U,UUU.lBSOme
, ., .7 V,., .fjrtiplaces Uic highways are gullied twen-.
t . J 'if I ilittrr.Ktrn font ifMm -ani1xmni hnnwo lif
:- r a;m '
wun Liciuuiiau auwiu w v. v.
A GRAND OVATION GIVEN THE
i I i v tit r
r -i J
THE BLAINE TRAIN.
Portland, Me., June 9. Five care
are ' waiting in Portland to connect
with the Blaine train. The leading
car is geawuM U, , g
... . .
qnn nririr!iiikj Tiiiti .i uii!;aLii u
-.-II i T U.. aT .,ni
Collector Dow for "a i
party of citizens aud public men I
Chandler's baud accompanied the par-
... mm.. :.. ..ii.l ;,, .,t o.jn m ,
amid cheer, and welcomes and straius
bv the band. Tlie delegates report
enthusiastic receptions at Lynn
and PoitMiiouth, tlm only two
places where the train slopped. At
l'ortnmoutii aii(iresc uy ouD'-rew c
. , .. -,.... .i.,..,.,
, i t i ? ..ii... ..::. .r.
more iroill HOCMHUU aim innui cinc-,
.. m d ;,, dclon-ittoi to join Blaine's'
tlxlu .rreat crowd Willi n
i i r ;.. ,......l 41. I ili t trtnu
and Maine dck'atcs witli cheers. At
.1:40 the loll'' train of thirteen cats
n.l inin- Anunmn. here bands
were playliiig, whistles blowing, bells
ringing, "artillery firing, mid crowds
iviti' !iissiiiiblL'd to meet the procession
. iv ill. iiiii.ip nml b.innpr? forwarded to
Thepiocession arrived at 6:45, and
tho California delegation were re-
ceiveu witu ciappjus " ii......
thev passed into the house they were
cbnliallv received by, Blame, who
said1: ""Fellow citizens, if any
thing could add to tlie plcauie
of w elcoming to my door and under
my roof my old friend of Maine, it
timiihl In- rs itis.lo-dav. to h ivc them
elraliohs of kindness" art "am to-dayrl
nrin rniv from the depths of ft profound
ly thankful heart, "Hod blcs you all."
Mr. Ban telle followed hi icily ami
was succeeded bv Senator McClure,
who concluded bv introducing; Judge
(Jeorgc Knight, of California, who
paid a tribiitetto Lincoln and Hamlin.
The Caliruruift delegation then took
It'arn of Blaine and retired, and the
crowd streamed bv the door shaking I
hand's with Blaine. The reception to
the Pacific coa-t people followed, at
which several speeches were made
Hollon, June 9. The nomination of
Blaine and Logan created the greatest
ou( A0 & t" fidl Cul.niiiafe jU.fs
cvehinir siijAtmhI ratiucnUotf niactfiig
on the pliollc fcquarc. ThoMrecU 4re
crowded with people, winieine ann
ami two anvils arc maKiiig iiiu-ic hi
harmonv with the shout of "Blaine,
Logan and ietorv." '
Gaylonl. Kan., J .me U.-The mm.',-
nation of Blame and Logan is '-i
versallv commended by all classes of
republicans in Smith county, riro
works and bon-fires greeted the
news of the nomination. Never
has there been such an out
burst of enthusiasm over a presidential
nomination since the organization
of the count v in 1872. Splendid rains
each week is the order of the day, nn
- - .,.. ..,, ,..511
the great northwest. I all whe at w
average 30 bushels ,cr acre. Ilia r 0
harvest will begin this month.
. Ka,as citv. Mo., June t).-Thc r.u-
ificatiou meeting .of republicans was
' n itmioi.
A'Hlnlue and Lo-
gan club was nrgani.c
with one hundred and fifty names,
Thcre will bu :l ,cuting Satuiilav
next for permanent organir.i-
jjaliimore. Mil.. June ,'J, The
GEN. UUFORD 'SUICIDES
came to Danville last nedncsday 10
visit relatives, and attend the races
this week, lie was Bomcwunae-
, V-vino- an t account of 'the
decadence of the Buford family,
written 111 connection Willi the return
' Imd been trteie out a -lion lime wiicn
i . . . . . . ...
'-rcp" o v -
j ljjjon having
' jicad ' jje jjj
UU1S 11U IS iW AVSSWS s ; mro .v
SllOt lltBHtHOltt the
died without a' 'struggle.
'Fn-n cl.lAmaiils Ml. llllrn I ills
' u,oraim, were lound. saying, that
financial misfortune, death. in hi fatn-
qucsieil uy mm.
A DASTARDLY DEED.
St. Panl, June 9. A Dclu'th special
says: Saturtlay forenoon, the wife of
a farmer named Eniska, living near
llermanstown, went to a neighbor's
for milk. Not returning, a -earch wa
nadc aud continued till two o'clock
this afternoon, when the waman'-liotly
was found most horribly mutilateil.
She hail been outraged, then shot
twice in the head, thrown acrosa!og.
her bowel- cut open, and portious of
her flesh cut off and thrown aside.
tier ftbocs and pail of milk" were
found Bear the camp-tire of
tramps, who, it 1- believed, com
aitled the ticudi-h deed. The
cORHBHRityk thoroughly arou-ed.
SprinrfcH, Vt., June 9 Tl;is vil-
Mrebas Me viited by another di - a
tratM iOsidf the second within eleven
H S04M. tne secomi witnm eleven
itha?" "At noon to-dav a moderate
iJWl.hutanhourLitera storm of
ifHcforcc broke mwn the village.
tMtHRcrfbrcc broke upon the village.
in"-to-niht of eolored republican 1 home we send the most earnest wmi occ.m ami the miller nan uecu me xva.zi. closing at s.v. ,4Juir. !evt.-nj,c. do..
nvu.n. , ,,, .:,:.. ,,r that llirougii iiiriiuieiu inontn-10 10;- siii,,rci 01 iH'ciis-uui nemic.i inm-ci. ... ...-.-. .
voters to endorse the nomination of J , . lelI)b,.rs of fl..e.eumbrr.s,
j .. m ww. . . U-a .1 iwhs hhss .-- 1 --- .- si.--.---s -- live 1.T w-tTHji rj I
iiiamcami i.og.111 ior .irts.uuiiL a.... in-v j,c .,ardcd and kept. the cabinet. It is uiitl.-r-tooit the -ui- ' "". ; :;; '.,,.. .
There was an ex- vice-prcs.deut ol Uie l mlcu -siaic slgIlc,ii Lucbix-ia It. (.akkikld. jPC! has ncently taken a del.- :;rl,t w " '" '
" trotttnjr meet- 3 T t. ft A cortliai tiispatcii was aiso reccivcu mio lorm ami me secremry '.c''-- i-okk tall and nominally Miloc higher.'
nuiouij .in-ui jf . . .. . . . s , 1 11,0 rinetle 1 uirc lllili.litu in ......nf inniml Hstilllflted nt VjOO.OOU - ... ....... , .. . -. .
few had time to save Unvthinir aiid
were forced to flee for their lives. T lie
the village have fdiif'feet bPmtid in
.. , ., ,, , . , .,
Just across the Cheshircbridsc
a bant was WB)Iowi,TiWIiprVin.
ItarKcraou lamuy anu lujuriu-a wo-
man named Belle' Bpauldiug.
storm raKcd-ojcr threcj
" EXPECT A BIG TIME.
Chicago,Jnno 9. Tho local commit- i
. i....iit'..'.,rk.... .. I
tee of axruiigeineatA'ioMiirfciiarc tor
the national democratic convention
have procured aitfarphitcpt prepare i
plans for the rc-arrangiug of the con-1
ventioic hall by '4 which! the f-eitfy
wUl bnl8rfe(Lso sg to?
tn ailnsttf 2t.0fi iiion e. Tile iom
o r-TI !2 - "1 zz s? 5 . ?
modati&ts for'Hhej nrcs
OCJOllOOB lO--iivT prc WJli ishj ijq,
lllriel Thojockl maaaftrscjbwj
intiv exr)ecfa narsrer attendance
s-..i - :-t,.. .i 111 in. i.2
. z 1. 1 2.
!, a '. iitiA s tr-r nwa emsrrasfsn unissii -ir
i. - ; ... . ...
xuau was UIC casu iiiijuu rtaJuuucau
. f . I
convention, as ldemocratic political
dubs from alKparra-of tic country I
have aunoiiuced their intention to be,
Boston, Jrin'o 9i Frofn Mho' Pest:
The total exchanges of twenty-six
St.IiOiiiB,Mo, Jim A-Tlif
o...j t , I
. . ... ' ,..; .; ,7 , ,,.rA ,,u- mi"""1 , puitij "vv
nnfcioii-ot Ialot-iilAUliti.liiUULrk.an(,lint1hc.rrstrirr,t conspiracy
uus ancnnMi aim ricni-u mu iw..w-TgOCS
n . V. ln nttcmtirr vimp
,.,. A Vnivni.n. of Missouri, iircsi-
,-,, ,...,... .: c,..
ll ; uwiri i.iiSk,v. " " "V
tarv. A committee wa appointed ui
dra'ft a memorial to congress, urging
that lio(iy,tu pas Cox's ccm.ii bill ;
also tirging tho appointment of 4 coot-,
mission on labor statistics. The next
meeting will be held at Boston.
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 9. About
i''Sf in-nhrlit Pat McDcrmott shot,!
aud killed Charles and John Kennedy,
brothers, during a drunken quarrel in
John Hart's saloon, corner ol Court
and Central avenue. Thu men were
brick hit ers. and had been drinking
together" when the quarrel ai ose. Mc
Dermot was arrested.
Siou Falls, Dakota, June 9. Bill
Norris, alias John Gorncy, was arrest
ed Saturday as a tramp. He is rccog
n:.iwi .c tV.rtiHT of Polk Wells, a
noted MissMjiiit; K serriag.
life sentence in Kansas. Norris Wilt
1.. 11 .!! .!. Iflaun.i.i a..t Itll l.4
OC IlLlll lllllll mo auwuui. .... ....
arrive., Tbcre500 reward for him.
) ' "'X . ' ' i jl J
London. June 9. King John, of
Al.vssinia. has accented the treaty pu-
parcd by Admiral Hewitt.
...."' '..'.. :
WORDS BY THE WlKfcb.
. ... ., v ,
THE PITH OF THE DISPATCHES
Received From Many Direction
ing the Night.
. sVir stnrnl ,..,. .. Ccnlraf.
Missiouri Saturday evening, doing
immense damage, by floods in Hie-.
Region oi i-s-
'llie news iroin iuw jcrsev is to tue
effect that her manufacturers are well
ulcascd with tlie nomination of Blaine.
WinB,mv fe Rcr3' 8,l0c fi&ory, at
Salem, Massachusetts, burned Sundav.
,, . '0,. . i, iI.,.,iiri-.
mm. io JJiu i iorifirto '
...ai .vfjj ..... ..v ..--,w.w.
Henry C. Wood, the noted cong
writer and composer, died Sunday at
Hartford, Connecticut, of lienrt
disease. ''Marching Through (ieor
'ia." 'Grandfather's Clock." and
"Dear Father, Come Home With Me
'Now, were written by him,
Cougratulatbry telegrams continued
to reach Mr. Blaine during rriilav
night and Saturday. Over oue thou
sand telegrams were received within
three hours after his i.omiiiatioii.many
' from Europe, among the most promi-
uent being the ones from Minister
Morton, fans, auii uoi.joim nay aim
Clarence King in Loudon. This fol
lowing was alo received :
Clkvki.and, O., June C.
To Hon. James G. Blaine, Augusta.
Our household join iu one great
thanksgiving, rrom the quiet ot our
The following tli-patches were re
Ben. Harrison end a ilispatch,
promising the electoral vot-i of Indi
ana. James !ongstreeietids the t-ongrat-
1 illations of the Whig republicans oi
Letters received at t a-hington ves
Clara Barton, who has been engaged
in relief work along the lower Mfs
si.siiiDi state she is now moving
lio wsth household supplies that couhl
not othcrwie have been acquired 111
months. She reports vast tract- t
country iu the lawer Mississippi valley
is sf'.ll "miller wnlcr. and Ilia fuffcrini'i
-. . '. ,5 :. iVi
extreme, jiucii mock mu-i jcnsti,i
notwithstanding the timelv govern
ment aid and the generous re-nii-es
Ui the Bed Cross appeal, she i- still
-hipping supplies to loc-d 'ocictic in
the -outh, and will keep tiuc general
agent until calls for help cea-c
A ilispatch from Washington yester-4l.11-
says that Sunday w.ij. a dull ilav
John A. Anilerson. of Kansas, and
John G Woods, of Wellington, ia tlie
same Stale, arc here.
Gen. and Mrs. Logan attended er-
vice: Snndaymeraing at tire Metropt--
litan church, ther Dtiluit of. which a
r...r.. fntiventimi tint in nn -ir"ir-inns
ator Plumb, who cxnres-etl him-elf as
greatlv fatigued. He immediately
prcK-eetieu to ..., quit. M"""
1 1 . 1-. !.. .--
on r street to iviiako ob c
dust of bakls. He wis fallowed
bv Senator Cc.Bjrer and! Aldrich. of
r Ccajrer and! Aldiich, of
Washington, and Cor. anil Mr?. Bob-
crt Inzer-olL The latter were met at
lhp denot bv- their damrhters. The
train containinz members of the pre?
- , . .4 ,.i.v pi .at,a.
cts were" generallv well playeil out
cts were generallv well playeil out
with the week's work aad bnt" few of
them are Tisible at their office to-
occupietlbyDr.'Ji'ew-TOani Thft vote tixl as follows; is,
ivance guaru 01 tne parti itayaru, iiecK, ruu, uuun. . -,
ihis eiu to attend the Chi- Cockrcll. Coke. CoHiuit, t air. t arley.
MINORITY REPORT OF
inc. wramn a.a.a
. . ' .. , , . ,
To Investigate the Danville
GOES FOR MacVEAGH
' " -""
Rrosuects For a New Water Way
THE DANVILLE RIOTS.
'W'ashinstou, U. C, .Tunc 9. The
.tHnH.,.. ... a a !. a fenn.tA .mnntr
iio ") '4'"""' ""- "-" .........-
tee oii the Danville riots says that do
cent respect for the opinions of man- f
kind sllould have impelled the rcpub-'
1! 4., ,.4. ,1, .. turmli.nltnn.l
,'h MraeM .i set8 forUt its
,(s . 'judicjal impariWity.
. . nt J tIl ln.l5,r,.;tv r,-
S . -- ---, J--T. --
iiort would satisfy even- just
mind that thia has not been done.
The examination was conducted with
the harpne-s, the vigor, tho shutting
olpof itaafavorablc teiliinouy; tlicisjedr
in5 up to aud solicitation QAkkt
T -. .. t . - is - 17 .-
I r r- j . . .. .-Z-S.. . II..
.com-iscrrjctftinrnot iFpm ii.estamipo.m u.
imnnritv us, a imre v local .ttl.ur.
at leujrui mio it
i ys-t t tli tu ink!li. I'll lllMUi
in nortliein cities, dwell, upon
crimes aud violence in the north, a!
hide to the Cincinnati riots lewk
bury almshouse investigation in Mas
sachusetts, the killiiii: of inoffensive
ncgrpes in NevvYbrk and othcruorih
ern'states, aud suggested'tlml W 'iu-t
vcitigation into these matters would
be as proper aaiibject for congression
al inquiry as the investigation of the
killing of negroes in Danville.
While the senator from Ohio as in
vestigating the riot in Danville, aud
holding up his bauds iu horror at the
shooting of lour negroes iu a croud
ofeometHO hundred who had at
tacked and crowded to thewitll some
liflccn or twenty whites, blood
shed murder u'ud arson were
running riot in his own city,
Cincinnati, dining which more than
tiltv persons weie killed, twice Uiat
number wounded,, and, a inilhqa dol
lar's, wdnh.linf ' iroierty- dceHdjad.
Tlie minority ask if a committee were
apporn:d t 'uvestigato the killing ot
ncgrfcJiiQViosfi;t?re'?ale ot their
carc-tset6 triediral fcollegcs, aud t.. re
iniri nnnn tin- stnio of trade 111
,- ..,... - .... !.l.,.
that branch ol American imlu-
i trv, aud whether it is hktly to
interfere with the pork packing Iium-
ness of the citv of Cincinnati. Theie-
port etiurge, the majority with iiuk-
port charges the majority whu mais
mg a partisian threat, depriving the
ipeopld orMifcsissipiii of reprcenlatiuu
'lu"easc theV do not vote for icpubli-
can candidates, and ot shifting the ex
ipeitee of printing campaign documeu is
lf' the pockeuof the republican
nati(mnl CX(culiv(. commlUec onto the
Washington, June . The Treasury
department is informed I hat in some
In,ianccs ccrtifitates as proscribed by
section 'four, act of May 6, 1883, have
,,. j,rantc,i t0 Chinese laborera at
points other than mat oi exuoi lauoi-
crs irom ine Lueicti ciaicc mxi
such certilicatcs have been given to
Chinese iii.Tchaiilr.. Under the
' pmcli duplicate rl Wcat liny
sometimes be granted, one at the hre.
nart and one at the part of exit, ami
'nnn nt least might be lrauiluleutii
used to obtain ailini-sion into the
I'liitcd Sta'es li Chinese laborers not
entitled t tins privilege. Custom otll
icrx therefore, have been instru.-itd
to ln cari-l'til 10 confine the i ue ot
such dociiuieiits to Chinese
who depart three tly for foreign parts
'and to n'tr.vin t'ri.tu, issuing them to.
I..lw.r..rs wlir. iiitclltl liroeCelllllg til
China, or nut other foreign place via
some other part ol the United Males,
or Chinamen who are ntit laborers.
A NEW WATERWAY.
Washington, June II. It lias been
reported for several weeks that Scc-
retary FrcliughuwMi hid under cui-rj
wav acro-sthat rountri from oteaiilo
'lbr the titirposo of carrying his views
... . '.. ...t. ;AM... 1
into effect. He recently communicate I
with a committee from the senate on '
the stil.ject. The milter was under
consideration b the senate in -ecrcl
se-sion to-il.iy, but no conclusion was
DORSEY ON MACVEIGH AND JAMES
Washington. June !. Ex-Senator
iieiiilitures of the department of J"'
ticc in which he alludes to thcle-liiiio-
11 v ol .Mac eagn aim .lames us pi uir-
nml Hrenster crowd to lirulccl what
the law ought to protect him in, an.l
that George L. ."spencer demaniled t
the late J. W. l!0-lcr and himself
(Dorsey) 1209 lo ,uj Ki kin. for Ihc
.' .m '-1.1 .11..- :.it... .-. -.l
purpose 01 arunimg iiiuiluuvui
Washington, I). C, June 9 The
Mexican eoldiers' jiension bill was
taken up. The pending amendment
wa- laid on the table, being Kiddlc
burgrr's amea dincnt to strike out tlif
pha-c " for the -nppre
-ion of the re-
providing for pension- for -oldtcrp ,
who fought, in the late war for the
npprein of the rebellion."
William', iiiovwl lo liy JIoar
, awettdmcnt on. the lablc. Carried.
(.arland. George. Haintiton, Harri',
Haw ley, Jona', Miller, of California,
Morgan, Pendleton, nati. 1 ugn, sia-
ler, Vance, t-t and wiiham-,
X--. 11. ...n I'.I.ir i tlrnciTl
..a,- n.,. '-"-,"" ," . r
,.1 immiiid, iuias
----- f - - -r "
Frte, JngaM-, Miiche-ii, iiornii,
Pile, Sncrrean, an ytk,
AW . .
hecsaod W il-on 15.
Several amendment were oflercd
and laid on the table, aud urtbcr con-
sideration of the bin went over until
tjnr.es-.nx- Tvs-haTr -mrioInLad At-
d rich, Blair aud Bayard a coinrnitiee
dnch, isiatr and oayaraa commiuee
of conference on the labor bureau
bill. Alter an executive session Ihc
sideratiou tlie policy of acquiring cer- ' M,ej n ;t si'.&v; July, .w.airt'.e, 1
tain ct)'ncesioiis from Nicaratigua for closing at.v,,fe.v.,c; August. 57,.4.vsic, ci-
the construction of a navigable water- ;t 37.c; .-e,.tember. w.H!,. -l'"iw. t
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
,,. OOfti 30
. . 3SS&5 00
4 ansiA 6i
4 Uv 40
. . . 3s3 5tl
Fat cows and heifers...
Fat shipping hog,' best ,
Stock aid reeding b cgs.
bhti .t. .........
Potatoes, per tin e
i Potatoes , new, per peck...,
1 Egjrs . .......... ......... ri
illattari. .. ISRIs
j Cbees..,).. ... ..
hickens, per R..
i Chickens, per dozen
1 ri. C. Haras
,. .. IT
each, SB I
i a. ii in iiscuu.
I Bacon sides
17 1., ..-...
;.., u.u ,.trUl
, , ..? V.V..
i ;.-.,,.. ..R .,.,.
Corn, pore white .
MARKETS BV TEbEyilAl'll.
TArr Stcrjurits Uull
ltAU.w it Boxn . Txwer
Miouri 1'aclllc It's bouds.
Hannibal A St .lowpti IkidiU..
Central l'acillc stock .
. . . 4i
.i.t av ....
F"eto, BarUniKtor, A Quincy
Iienrer k Rio (irande
i Hannibal Jt St. Joseph
Hannibal A St . Joseph prererrud (asked),
Missouri I'acinc .
Northern Padflc ..
New York Central
Rock Island . . ...
Union l'acillc .
Western L'nioii) y,.,- .,,.. s
Kansas City Live Stock. j
nTANsis Cirr, June 9, lssi
Tho Llee-Sfoct, Udinlor rrpnrts .
Ua'ttlk Receipts, l,t!Ut market moreatthe i
for shlpiil.Tg grades ; butchers about steady
Natl re steers aieraginic l.io.1 to 1,VJ Its. i
$ WXtM.Wj BTerarlnif a) to l,15il Ibe,tODwi I
5 M; stockers an feeders . Si 2i.5 ut; cos,
3 .Vv4.2J for fair to good ; .' MkjS l for com
Hogs R eipts, 4,4Ln; market Arm and Mc
hlgher: lots areraiDg itl to SO. ns, sold at
t.awotil.so ; bulk at i oikjiH in.
Sinai ltecelptsh lsl , market nominally un
Louis Grain and Produce.
;r I.ocn, .inne y, iissi
Kloch Market unchanged
WmsAT-SIarkrt lower and slow No. 2 re.1
July; 'UVOJ.c, August, cloaiiiir a Inside tig-
nres. No sreil.vic
Cunt Market lower and lnaetlin; 31,T;&5Sc
cash ; .'.JSe June ; W,a;2".c July j M'.'w.SJi.'c
August, cloKing at Inside prlct
OATs-Market lower and tlnll t 3l's32c
cash ; 3ac July
Utl Market nulet ; 57c bid
Ilhxr Hull at iirtJlc
I.CAi. Market nominal at $1 37',
K..OS Market iinlet at HVc.
II 11 Unchaugid
Couv-mi it-Qulet at SJ '.si
Wiikkky Steady at I W
l'aoiisioss Market llrni and lietter
l't i ii k fob lotatSI8,75 t'
Hilk Mr-VTs Ione clear, SS 10 sliort'Tlbe,
$S 33 ; short clear, si
B icon Ixng clear. S'.i U',tO 25 ; short ribs,
HStfiy 37', ; short char, . VMi'i.'L".
I,m Held at S; 0os 03
Itrcrirrs Flour. 3,( barrels: wheat, 21
wbnabri.i tV,TJlwb,iol..',", ",l""
SlIII.MEN,.flonr, 9iot barrsi wheat,
i(w bushels; corn, si.iisi imsiieis; oa,
22,(0); rye, i,t bushels; barley, none
w t an.1 toi 1"'
, . - st Louis Live stock.
ir Ixjfis, June 9, 1psI
Uattli Keeelpla. s," I snipmenis, i.-", ,
supply or iioor uality ; market weak and slow ;
exiKirts, C.7ya.7 11; good tn choice shipping, 1
'i Jisitfi 70 ; eoniini.n to medium, S3 .' to lo ;
cornfe.1 Texans, 3 iWi.Wi S grass-fe.1 Teians, .
VI 233 W
s.Ijii 1 shipments, l.3ii;
I MIEr Kecelpis, l.si? Fiupni-ms, .. , .
.,v, . . '.. ..i,.,.,i. at u. ti v.t tot
i: ( I no
Chicago Grain and Produce. )
CillCAi.o, June y, lcl ,
Wiikat Market 'iniet, uniwttled ami lower;
opered '.'.,c higher, rose ',c, fell I '.c, rioning .
'4HTc Imlow .Saturday June, pssia.s'iJ.c, j
closing at &st,c; July, 'jnVfiilKe, eJoJng at I
uO'.'c; Angust, Ol'.'msi.'Vc, clolncst kl'.'r:
. ptemlier. VWC, closing at '.ll'.c No 2 1
spring, K-liftoc .
Coic Market quiet and tea.ys nactuate.1 1
r ?.e, closing nominally siesny
i'nK it ii; August. i23iit year,
Laju Quiet and firm, cash, s u',- IS j 4
June, a 15 , Jnly. It' 13s- 27'i 1 August, s 33
HS 40, Closing at s 1VWS 37', i -..tember, 1
BrLic Mkat Market flrniT shoulders,
A3 ') ; short ribs, s , clear lds, ' if! '
Harcirrs riour, ..;. oarriv , w.iai, -..,-
OKI bushels; com. 213,4-0 buihels. oats, 11, '
bushels; rye, 5.3"! bushels; barley, tJ,.V j
Siiirj-KXTs-nonr. .0 barrelsj wheat,'
I-h.wki bushels ; wm, 2i4,.s" bushels t st, 1
I.4I.4UI bushel, j rye, ), boshels; t.srley, '
2i.(tJ0 bushels j
W'hest. l.c lower; cim, ,r McIky for July
August: osts !,e hlghr rr Juiyt imrs
I lsrd unchanged
Chicaco Live St.
C mt (, Jane , !-.
re Ifortf i nntl repnrte
.n'.i lii'l v Wbe'raah
lnr t1 ll)rtS .v, . ,,ub and hiPJJr, .vt
3 735 light bacon grale.. tSltv.5 8 slli-,
er ; eiirt, 4 ami -3 . t" " eoe srap-
plng, a4 nu( 30 , wpickii to ;n)cm, S3 lovs
li; grass-fe.1 Texaas. M iV 7
Siitar Receipts. 1,1"'. .fclprnenU. MS,
market duH and -ai ; Infer.or to fair, S: '.i
); roeUnra to gwl l wl S, ebole to
extra, l lisvS Vt
Tbe Jrst Uterje-Kil cable sy. tattle
Hall sad I'wr, bary saitilie. , bt n.eri -
I can feeslcm, 13 ent Jrel
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fW .. ir.l..t .fvaittf I Hah fl.Ji.Ui. . Jon.
A di-patch from Dodge Cityjajs:.
A desperate light took place -
tween two cowbovs to-ilav nsmcl '
William Orr and' Henr' Tabbe
ville, lKith of Tex, at Cow
camp, tweiit mil's- Miuth of here.
Eight shots were :ird, ami Orr wa
slightly iiijurwL Th mm dinelicl,
and Orr seatreil n jiaile lying
near ami si rock Tubbeville
the head, frartaring hi.
kuli. Orr brought hU victim lo
2j. DoIgeCity. He iin the hopita! and
It i. thought wsudKi. Vrr is tintier
0,1. t.j. .nen foarfl. , km
. s -M a -
- ' y"' '-'' " "
Dt'Titstv SlieriiT Dave 3Iatbcr and
Jailer sughruc' arrested a devjerste
horc thief to-day narotd Frnk Den
tin. The thief i now nndcr bond.
Ex-Mavor Webster bull fight I all
tie rare ami tizns are nrevarsng to
accominrxlaie 10,WO pcopis on Jnly 2,
accoramtxiaie tw,u- jwji
3 and 4.
s fifty Uioassinl eatUe
twenty jni,e o. Dodge.
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D .' '
OwIdic U the lalennsot the spriug, and
want, we oaredrcided to force it,
1 iilinii er Silk cow 7a i Summer ilk.... . ...now .11
- do do ,..,,...Kiw tu ." do .10 Brocade , .now So
T3 do do oow li I Ml SUV Crenadine now aj
IU do do now .VI
Id I'lald Dres Uools . . .. now 9 ol1.'
12 Brocade Dress Goods , now 07
20 Brocade A Plaid I)re4 (toods.now 12V
JO Browa Cashmere . now iO
.V) Cashmere, all colors. ,. now U
You Can't Help It
J 33 Ladles Uauce Vests. .. .
CA do do do
1 W- LUet' rrsoch tiaoseasle.
now $ -il
r N"SPrvssj -sa
Larget4 SltKk hi Kaasit Lc
luc Bleacke.1 Cottun, 38 Inches.
He Bleat lied Cotton,: X Inches,
ii'.c lleil Meeting, blachel.
!0;c lUsI .Sheeting, blrache.1.
Sc Brown Cotton, JB laches.
All these clots prices we will glre In the store,
I We can "collsr" any lady that eroAees our
Plain, Pointed, Lace, Slashed and Cut!
At (Jlrnrhu frtrrn.
u i J
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vim irill.'ef'itfuiuc until rr. imi
21 Main Street.
The Original One
lJiT sn karlAH a aiew kew rrsaeix
use win immm Lawaw TAfgmi vt imx wier.
our lmmenoe stock nut :uolng-'a rapMly a we
Also Go I
i 43 Cashmere, all colors,.
ST. do do
1 W No telly MilltnK.. . .
i (l di do
..now $ 3D
.,nw I 10
now I 11
You Must Buy!
33 I.aille. licj lliMe(ooseanis)now
33 Ijulle I,lsl Cloies . ,.., now
- i Trken., ,!Wf i, ArHJ X Cih-
'S- Ilrowii Ctl'i, Inches,
tl'.o llruvra tttou,a3 In.'hfs
Collon has mlrmieed, but It niske nllnr
threshold. It will pay j.m t. see our loet. of
Monday, June Dili!
mir guotli trf(ri will I like,, at lh V'ttl
- Price Gash House!
bwlit sve.car S-aBj taiUntttrt,
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