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WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1884,
DR. K E YOST,
!'i:A(lll A I. ANDSCIENTII'H
fFnniH'iIy n le Wninei, .i.i )
lie.iierlfully Announces to tlii" iwotiIb of
Wliliituitiid rinruuiiilin? roimtry tii.it do linn
ilencd his olllcc In the More of II. A. Iten&on's,
lirt door north of iMirtollicc. vvlicie all siiftcrinx
from weakness ami ilcftrthe Ision ran Imi' n
lliftimtrdi enmiiiatlini, made on strictly scien
tific principles, with nil the late iiiijiliamios
known to modern science of optics, to sccrliln
nml mncct dclettive virions Huh its SIj opin
llvpersnetroplii, liresliynpiH and AstlrTiiili'in.
All f'Tim uf l!'iit lcijulrhis various tinted
W'licn tin' jouiijt man applied to Ilnrscfi
flreelj Inr n position, the KTCiit jonrnnllst
mkid, ' Wli.-it do vou know I" fin presenting
Ids diploma n. n frraihinle, rccl sajs, "I
don't csrc lor Hint, il I good In ith place, In't
what lo mi know Ilu vol i,ivv anvtiiinii
Nou.llr 11.11 ot crimes to the people of
thliflly end county reeling cunfliient t!it lie
thoroughly u-idemtunds the principle oroptlcs
hy r'.'ion nfistiilIn:inil galncrlm; know ledge
from the experience of our most rLicntiflc men
orililsi.Hinlry, also of Europe, during the f"t
hundred jcurs. .More than nil an iui-wer the
ijiiestiou naked hy f,recly,l know It prnrtieallj
liming traveled lorvears doing iiolhiug clr
lull examining ilcfictive rj" nml collecting
the virion id the same v. Itli urtlllc.'il lenses, 1
siv ililn, inhere in another (lit!clan on earth
that has titled more sH'Cliclni titan 1 have, I
would lite to rce him. ,1 don't m LtKk K in:
Fiirllieriuoie, improvimcuts in the i-on-truc-llon
ofi-tMH tnclesaud eye-iae8eiliiiikept eoual
pico with other lliiirineiiienU of this womlei
ln! dt'e, and l)r t nlOus Ut b.ij In the jieo
plethat Ids Itrazillan I'eljlile I.ensen are eon
htrnited on trictly wlentillc piinclplcii, and
an perMiiu 110 matter At lint the uiikc of their
ilefivlUo lsion may he, who will njine to the '
ollieo or Dr. ut,"hae their eyes tented In a
kcipntilie in inner and lilted with a nilr of llin
r.razilian IVl.lite Leiifen, made to his Older and
e luhiiely lor lil 4 use, will goaw.iy liappy and
say truly, crrnt are the dot Icch of man
llr. in. t enmert )iihl rermiiinendeil In mini
eroufti inltient jihyalciand tliroiipliont the State
with flattering oerlifliale'i, alen r-titrnicnts
without minitnTx from lending lin'ii.e'S mcti
from all part4 ol the eountry spiro will mil
alow nn to puhllf.li hula tmall, kk g'lM i.
part of (In in.
rhae read areliil! tmd then romoanlfee
Inr joiirelf '"-eeliipis hellein ''
Iola, Kankas, Ma; i"i, 1 l
'Iiii is to teitifv thai I lifte heen ll-Inr
lnaves liurrhaMMl of llr 11.11 Vnl, and no lir
liae jtiieii pood fMlIkfnrtlon I lielltfl the
doctor i:udtrtam!ft hi hiuluefi, and would
i lii-ei!ull rreiimionnil him ti tlie puhllc All I
ofwhii'h Uieipeetfiillviulimltted 1
Hit. C. CH.MIIAN'.
, I.KAVLNv,fli'Tii, Kan., JIjv 10, lsst
llr. II II. V. t underitaiidd the pilnelples of
iilitlrt. ainliif IHtlnsKlafi In etes reqiilrlrg
Biihericil orcjll'nlrleal lento, thnriiiishlv .
1: i; Fi:vi:it, .m i
lOLl, KAKa Mil It',
Tii trltoft it w.ii concern:
Untitle tited kI'"i"" 1it Keine ll.irlv e(irs, I
nii(ertil tint l'ie llmzillan pebble 1 en set aie
tlic lieu 'I ever iimhI fiirli n llr II. II Ynst
Ins mi sale mid, fiirtlieniinte, I an ree-wln-inend
him ime f the liont iiitlelaii I kiiou
it.vvhlrh cm lie lertllleil In li) ijnlte a number
'rutin ItlreiiK In lnta
i: r An:i:s,
I'mprlitni loin . viiiiei.nl Well, lula, Ki.ni.:n.
Iola, Kansas, May I'.i. IbKil
'I lils eertlllei tlmt about one e.ir a?D 1 pur
ihikeil tHiipalrKiiT pectncle one jalr tunny
tre ami ime pilr fur iiivceir vvlilrli have Riven
"'entire fuitUfarlinti. fmm IT II II Yni-t. ami
I iJioiTlulh leeimimend him tn the ) nhlle :i, an
iiiittclnn nt' the llrt-elas
U. II ltOFI.etLN, 51 I
lot. v, Kas, May III, !r,l.
My vvirninmhasnl clnneif IT 11 ll-'iost,
In f.iriiil, linn,.!, nlioiit eighteen months ap.,
which hive pmvfMi entlrelv f.ntlfiictory, and I
hieiliillt riniliiniend the Ilm tor man ojale
iin. WILLI'S S W i:r,i:.
Pastor ItsptUtl hiiirli.
Idi.v, Kansjs, Ma 10, ll
It Is with the Rreatot iileunre tliit I state
thai some time iiuro I had mv vli-imi irrerted
tlie hUllfiil liainUiif tr. Il II. it.vltha
liairof his IlraUiJii i'hlile len-ei, mid now I
mn-lder that It isadutv I oe the public to nay
tliut the :iio. -ill I cnnlilde-ire: and 1 wuithl nql
take ten'tlnies vxliul tin') iml and part ultli In
.1 K I'.OYH,
l.iiiKi. t, ItsK
I have known 1 II. II o-t. foiinerl ol
HesMoinei, loua, fur the )iat lldrt earH, or
nlni i'IkivIumhI, and uni clioel full) recommend
him to the jmlille urthe .enjiliof ltanffts as a
fkilirnl optician ; ami II there is n doctor In
Kaiif-at lliit can correct the virion, IT ojt
can do it, to mv own lierniiial knnvvleilfte
i: .1 AIiUI-ON
Ioi. , Kansab, .May I'l, I-cl
lltvliirT experienced a puil ileal of dlt'icnltv
in olitalniii; the pioiier leni.es fur in; even, I
llnallv piiieliarol a palrof Dr. II II Aott nml
they rjive utile riti-faetlon I ear. eliei rftill
iecomiiieiiilhimnsi.il optii inn toauv le.iilriu?
Yes! Oh, Yes!
WE COME AGAIN!
Annther man arises to testifv viliat l'r. ort
lias done fur him 'oKiveearall jemeii of nn
lerstaiidiiir: a voice in vonr midst spcakcth.
Wk mrv, Kvs is, June IStli, 1"!
With pleasure I state to the public that some
time ajre, after beiiiR dreadfull lothi nsl lo (fet
seitaclesthat 1 could usevtlthout fattaiinp my
i'i, 1 applliil to Dr lost, and was ntteil with
a liairof his improve-d lenses And, oh, what
comfort 1 take in uslnp them' "o tlrinjcor
eves; can read or write as Ions as I please :
vs jH-rfictlv cool and comfortable I ftl no
that I can continue in my business, which In
verv hard ou tlic v i'sIrM (nritiur: a rimkI dealt,
and in old age have eves worth mail times what
they Mould hsve been bad 1 continued the em
pirical haphatard plan of lutyiii;: mi kind of
glasses keptb the store VfHH ni Miould I evr
niiil to buy j;ta"c ncaln, most assuredly 1
would buy of none other than a practical optic
ian, such as I consider lr V. ost to be in the full
liieanliiit of the term
A. T. OWK.V
Wkdxeskay, June 11, 1S84.
Tlic board of county commissioners met
at tlie usual hour, all members being prcs-
cut, for the purpose of equalizing assess
ments, and transacted the following busi- ,
Assessment on lots 77, 7l, 81, 83, 85, 87,
SO, 01, 03;on Main street, raised $400 on
Assessmeut on lots 09, 101 and 103 .Main
street, raited ?300 on each lot.
Wessmcnt on lots 100, 10f. 100, and 111
Main street, raised $200 each.
E. 1 Ford, County Clerk.
, Tiiursiiay, June 12, 1854.
The board met as a board of equalization,
, all members prccnt, and transacted the
following business :
It was ordered tint the alttatiou on
!iotes in Cr.inc! Uier township be raised
2"j per cent. Motion that the remtinder of
ptr-onal property In Grand Ithcr lown-
Hhlp remain as assessed. Carried.
Oi dered that lite asfes'inent on neqrof
se ijr ol se qr sic 8 tp. 27 r 1 cast, be r.tUcd
Ordetcd that the acre lot belonging to
Ilartcll be raised 15.
Ordered that the valuation of see Hi, 17 !
and 21, sw fjr ol ec 22 and nv jr of sec 27,
m the north lif ol sec 20 tp 27 r 27 1 cat, be
rallied 50 per cent.
j Ordered that the valuation of sc jr of sec (
! 18 tp 27 r 1 eait, be rained 100 per cent.
, Ordered that tfic valuation of the no qr
' of see SO tp27 range 1 oa-t hq raided lifty
i Ordered that the valuation of tVichita
township out-ido of the above described '
propeity be raised twenty-live tier cent.
, OrJcrcd that the valuation of Delano
township outside of the above described
liniili be r.iied twcntj-live per rent, except
the n w qr of sec 20 tp 27 range 2 cat shall
be raised 200 percent.
All leal citato in the follow ing townships
vva cqalicd as follows personal property
to remain ai returned by the township a'.
Attica township i aised 3 per cent; Iloek
ford, 25 ; Ivechi, 2 ; Union lowered 12 ;
Ii)ne, 0 ; Wjco, 11; Grand Kver, 0 1-2 ;
MinueharaUcd 10; J'urk, 3313; Lincoln,
12; Creilcy, 2tt; Ninnc-cab, 30; Ohio,
."! 1-3 ; Iligle, 33; Salem, 0 ; Gypsum, 1;
Morton, 32, Viola, 71; Illinois 1 ; Eric, 37;
Sherman, lit; Aftotl, 2; G irdeu l'lain, 8
I'ersoinl propctly raluition of Davis S.
l'opcnoe raised to ? 1,000.
WiililU street railway a4ussnicnt raised
Nliiety-eifiht head of cattle assessed t
Wm. r fJreeu. in Gypsttm tovviKhip, ie-
turned as the property of (juitilan, Mont-
"omirv a. Co., asiciscd i'i.i'-O.
Oa motion, school ilMiict Xo. S!, was
tlurged 1.7.1 crrotuous tae collected on
the personal property of J. A. Hanson, and
school district Xo. 1", credited with 70 cent
of said amount.
On motion, the peniltv ou loli ou the sw
ir nr the -enrnf.ee -m' t -s r iw vv - i -
(r or the -cirof.ee . I, t s, r hv, u.i,
. .: ..... . .
tin motion, I.. A. lor.cj was appointed
asst.tanl county cictk.
The board adjourned to meet at :i a. in.
E. I". ru:i, County tjlrrlc.
SatuiidvY, June 14, ISs.'!.
IJoatil met pursuant to adjournment. All
members present and the following busi
ness was It an -acted :
Win. Green appeared before the board
and declared that of the niucty-ciut head
of cattle anCs.ed to him, he owned but
tvveutv-eishi head, seventy-eight head be
longing to (jtiliitJiid, Montgomery A, Uo.
The matter was ot dered to be laid befote
the couutv attorney.
Assessments of lunci A; Hois' property
was l aised to $10,000.
A.es,meiitnrncrnnai nionertv of Tims.
I.v licit vva i uNod to ?:10. j
On motion the bouril adjourned sine die. '
V.. 1. ronii, County Clerk
km.sas wheat. I
Sev erald.ijs:o. lames Kob!n,on, of the,
lirm of Kobinson ro', received a tile-
gram ft om the Produce Evchaugc or Tole-1
do, Ohio, asking as to the prospective i
when crop in Kansas. Mr. liobiuson I
pi omptly forwarded them a sample of th.it
cctcal. and hero i what the Toledo l'to-
dttce Exchange' b is to say about it:
Webivc leeched by rNprcss from the
firm of JL E. l.-ivvicnec, ol Wichita, Kan
Mi. a simple of srovvin wheat or the
l'ttltz variety siv feet in height, and "to be
continued" six inches more. If nothing
h.ippclis Kinsas will be beard fiotn in
vv lie it production this eat. Wo hope no
more '1 urki'h vv heat vv ill be raided there.
1 The following are the real estate transfers
rrcotded in the icglstor of deed,' otllec
A It (iossird to A C I'ltokan 72 arte,
vv hf or lot. Hand 4and , Uf of lie ir
tif s 0 t 'X. r 'Jl oat . . .8 !xXl
l.loyd 11 Terrell to (Jco Jl Whitney
lot 2:5 on Texas avenue in Hill's add
to Wichita W)
Alex 1. 1'or-h.i to.Ume, ititxlon 100
actcs in thcsoo.rs23fr.r3 west.. 1,IW)
Samuel llouck to.lutia King Vail, IW)
acres in noqr s .'13 t 2ii r e.tt . 2,000
t'ounty Sdicritl to .lolin A W ind-or, J
lots 1 and 2 in the c lit ot nc qr s If.
I 21' r.'! west and tlie e Uf of sc jr of
s.li t2Sr.". vvct . 1,500 i
Aldcn s.pcare to .loliu W Ogden 42 '
acioslii s.'ll 127 r 2 vve,t ::,tsi0
AuTlem:, June 11. The census of
this citv just completed shows n popu
lation of 1,000, a gain of TOO during '
the past car. The population of
Dickinson county i, 20,000, a gain of
1,000 during the past vear.
Crops are in splendid condition, i
The farmers, are conlident that the J
vvhett jield will bo an average of thir-'
tvlittsfiels to the acre. Harvesting i
will begin in about ten davs.
LorisviLLi:, June 14. TheCottiier
Jott mil's Frankfort special sajs: The
court of appeals to-day reversed the
decision of the lower court in the case
of Thus Crittenden, nephew of Gov.
Ciitttndeu, of Missouri, charged with,
and sentenced to the Penitentiary for
killing a negro. Illegal evidence i,
Ihe ground, of the revet sal. 'Ihe cel
ebrated case of Copesiiapp, charged
with stealing money from the city of
Louisville was also'revcT-ed, and the
case viiiuallv dismissed.
CiiARLiTON, W. V.. June 14. The I
assiguee, of llagcinau .t Couch say
that the apiirosimate stateinent jus't
made of the state of the bankaflairs
shows the liabilities of the bank to be .
about 's.12.5.000. Nominal assets about
S1G0.000. The assignees feel conlident
that a large part of the indebtedness .
of the bank will be paid, but as a con
siderable portion ot the assets consists ,
of interest in coal laud, and liens ou '
i real estate, il will necessarily lake
some time to wind tip the affair, of the
AN EXTENSION ASKED.
New Orleans, June 14 Gidicre,
Day ,v Co., the cotton factors who
suspended, has asked an extension.
Their assets are said to be $360,000, '
; nitu tucir iiaoiuiics .cHi,uw. in atitii-
lion to the assets of the ftrin,Gidicro
has SlcO.OCO iu real estate.
New York, June 14. Liucoln
llOCt tt itlil fimtv.AV e-." 1'I.M.in.e. t . I j -..'. . J?
-t ' V. r. V .' . i . - ' ' ,JU,u,;a'-u" m":iiiij r:i-nau aijiusic i ami. unsp, oi ticorgia, mailb sirens ol ilsrtin Louy cmtttl this evealn' the Jlanafa
Moore .t to., wholesale dealers in , Hall to-night, and was addressed by j argument a to the ncces-itr for the . and the prisoner received a. life en-' soeiationofCl
louacco, w as nciu to answer lor em- ttuory A. storrs, of Chicago, and O. passage of the bill. Pendinsr further tencc. The killiatr is regarded as cold- i has been
uut7.ii.ijj im.iiuv couccicu lor uic urm. . uooi. oi Newport, Ky. Thirty-1 discussion, the honsa adjourned. ' Wooded and maHcion,and great ex- stock of $5fiCO.
A Majority of Which Support
RATIFICATION MEETINGS STILL
Other Political News
LiwiiEXCi:. June 14 The Republi
can couutv convention to nominate i
delegates to the state convention at
Topeka and the congressional conven
tion at l'aola, was held in fils city to
dav. The following delegates were
ele'etrd to the state convention : Jas.
.Marvin, Ceo.. I. Barker, nm. Jvcn-
nedy, O. U. Richards T. A. Dalbec, ' g.aion to the Chicago convention.
John Q. A. Norton, J.: M. Sullivan and c Z
L. C. Bowers. The delegates to l'aola ' taking testimony.
were: X. O. Stevens D. S. Alfard, ! Washkcotox, June 1 1. R. 1. Mer
Jos. 15. Parnhan, W. il. Thaclier, j rick continued his tcstimou before
latiiel Morton, I. J. Wilson, 11. J the Springer committee to-dav. Tlic
w. .loties, .J. i. Steele, u. h.
Af-ucr, V. J. Cuniniiiigs, b. A. btonc
baker, Joseph Cunningham, Samuel
wavis ami .lames inaiiiuuiiiii. viuuug
fll.r. vm-nliillnn.' iiilniilml nrn ilir t-
Rcsolved, That we endorse the Re -
publican platform of two years ago
upon the temperance question, and
that tlie ikcputmcan pariy
take no backward oteia, but steatlfasl -
ly mtiiutain its advanced position tin
, this imjiortant issue.
Resolved, that we present the name
of Hon. s. O. Thatcher as the unani -
mous choice of the Republicans of
Douglas county tor governor.
Resolved, That in view of the tin-
! preccdented majority received by Ihe
Hon. E. Il.Fuuslonin the election to
j fill the unexpired term of the late Hon.
I D. C. Ma-kell, it is evident that Mr.
Fiuistou i the choice of the people of
the Second congressional district as
their representative in congress,
is the right man in the right place
' Atciiisox, June 14. The republi
cans of Jewell county held their con
' vi'iilion tn-dnv nntl elected Geo. II.
i Ca-e. John ")."Robcrlson, J. W.(Jrcen,
I R. A. Clclland and Geo. Canghton as
, delegates to the state convention. A
1 resolution was adopted by a unani-
mous vote instructing the delegation
to stinnort John A. Martin for Gov-
einor. Brown cotintv also elected a
( full delegation instructing for Martin
unaiitmottsly. The primaries in Mar-
shall county to-day resulted in favor
of the Martin delegates.
, barton county.
Giti:.T Bi:xi), Kax., June It. The
, .,,., cmntv ieeiilIicaii convention
' met here to-dav and elected E. Chap -
j , C , Towulcy, ami Frank Mil-
I lard, delegates to the slate conven-
, (ion. AH arc for Martin and the dele -
gates to Ihe senatorial convention are
tor G. W. mucks.
INSTRUCTED FOR MARTIN.
HiAWA'iiiA, Kax., June 11. The
Brown couutv Republican convention
elected as delegates A. W. Wilder. J.
IS. Mitchell, John Schilling, E. T. No
ble, John A. Fulton and W. G. Ham.
They arc instructed for John A. Mar
tin i'or governor.
Altll.EXE, Kax., June 1 1. Tin
..publicans of this city held a
1 ratification meeting tor the
zatioil of a btrong
Blaine and Logan
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Ka.wsa.s Ci iy. Juno 1 1. A to-da) 's
Journal special from Chicago says the
DllU(H,rali(, COIimlittee accepted the
architect's plans for remodeling the '
convention chamber, and the work
vvill begin at once of re-arranging Ihe
auditorium at an expenr- of $3,000.
The st'ige will be placed in
tlie ceiticr oi tuu vvi-si siue,
and the seating
will lie enlarged to 12,000. Some frc-h
young Chicago Democrats are sending
iorth to the world the statement that
tlie Chicago exposition building dur
ing their national convention will ac
commodate 20,000 spectators. The Be
publican convention had a great deal
more than it knew what to tlo with a
noisy mob of 10,000 in the building.
Perhaps the Democrats, in their anxi
ety to outdo the Ilepublican crowd,
are anxious to have their nominations
made by the mob. In that event But
ler will "be the nominee.
The Democratic managers here now
say tint the Maryland delegation to
the Democratic national convention
will be for Bayard, and tho,e
California will be forTliurnian.
delegation, were for Tilden, but they
now take IiIai at hi, word that ho is
not a candidate.
New York will be divided between
Cleveland, Flower and tjloctim. John
Ittight. the Democratic ergcant-at-ariu-,
with a force of men, is engaged
in removing the chairs occupied by
the Ilepublican delegate, and replac
ing them with upholstered opera
chairs. Additional aisles will be clear
ed leading to the convention restau
rant on the east side, co that it will be
handy to all in the hall. Tlie prcpara
tionspoint to a long, tedious session.
RATIFICATION IN CHICAGO
Chipaoo. Ill, Juno 14. The He-
publican meeting to-night wa
flargelj attended and cog-
sitlcrable fiithusiastn was manifested,
Tho crowd in the hall numbered be-
tween 4,000 and .1,000. Various torch-
bearing liodtes troin various n-irt
of the eit v, headed by bands .f music,
icu ine vvav. to tne ptacc oi meeting
and enlivened the scene in and about
the hall. On the platform were about
200 of the advertised list of vice-presidents,
among w bom were Joseph Mc
dill, K. B. Wahbiirne, Geo. Schneider.
John Wcntvvorth, C. 11. Farwell and
others. Senator John Gilbert, of New
York, in the cour-e of his speech
said he had attended the na
tional convention in the tuterest
of Ldintiuds, but at the same time he
was prepared to abide bv the will of
tho majority, which was clearly for
Blaine. Frank W. Palmer, John Went-
worth. .Martin Beem and Mr. Peabody,
of Colorado, all initio speeches ei-
tolling the record of the party and the
two men who had been named a, lead-
ers in the present campaign. They all
toifched upon the attempt to organize
an independent movement, and con-
tended that its orly effect would be
to rouse the full strength of the party.
which had desired anil had succeeded
iu placing in nomination the men of
Iow.v Citv, June 14. -The IJepubh-
cans held a ratification meetlDg here
iu-uisiu, at w.ucu uovcrnor ivtrK-
w ood made a speech for Blaine and
'an. lie htinotincetl that he wnuiil
go into the canvass for the ticket,
Hon. John A . Akins and others s;oke. ,
14. A Blaine ,
five hundred to four thousand people
were present and there was much en-
lhusiasm. Xcarlv everv ward was
represented by Blaine clubs. Murat
Halsiead was chairman of the meet
ii'L'. ST, LOUIS GERMANS.
St. Louis, June 11. German Re-
publican meetings to ratify the noinin -
ation of Blaine and Logan were held
to-night in Xorth and South St.Lottis.
They were fairly atteudcd,and were
addressed by local speakers, wlio were
IxDiAXAPOus, June 11. A Hub of
one hundred members was organized)
to-night to work for the nomination j
of Jas. L McDonald lor president. '
The attendance showed union and ,
harmonv anion": local Democrats. '
Litti.i: Rocic, June M. Towell
Clayton returned to-da and was given
j an ovation bj the republicans at a pub-
I he meeting to-night , ami resolutions
were auoptuii tiruugiy eiiuoreiug ins
course ami that of the Arkansas dele
id t hat Hutchinson, fore-
- i man of the grand ittrv which tailed to
. indict Kellogg, oalle.l at his house last
i mgui ami maintained mat nc tiiutc t-
I ? . .- .-n .....f !i. I.I.- ii.-i:...n.... !.
tim tiU inn-. ,...-. fp.l Prico toS.. ,lo-
1 nient Walsh'-, testimony. Merrick told
( Hutchinson that he must be mi-taken
at it was know :i that Price was not
lavaiiitilo anil cmils! not api e.r. Mor-
i rick insi-ted ti lititchi-on lh:it the
latter mu-t lutve misuntlt-rtnod Bliss.
j (ilutcliiiiion had tlerlar-.it that Uliss
promised the jury thai Price should
' follow Walsh in Ids tistimony before
the grand jttrj ) Hutchinson ittfistcd
to Merrick that ho wa? not mistaken ;
that BlNs did positively promise that
Price should appear after "Wal-h and
tc-ilify before the jury in the Ivcllog
cr.;e. Hutchinson st "utly maintained
' his positio.t and said that as Piice did
not appear after it was promised bv
Bliss the jtirv did nut indict Kellogg.
Merrick t-aid bu understanding w itli
, oilier coti:i-el wa-j that Price was not
i expected before the grand jury and
, hence, his liritmesi in insistiii" at lit t
that Hutchinson must have been mis
taken in sayinif Hli-s had )romkeI to
produce Price. Pi ice wa subsequent
lv promised inimuiiitvif he would tcsti
fy against Kellogg, and Price prepared
a statement which witness considered
was sulHc'cnt to fasten the guilt upon
, ucllogg. ilisuasstrouglv'opt;tiietl to
. Using Price as a witness agaiti-t Kc!-
logg, anil v, hen tho attornev general
lhially decided to accept Price, BlNs
declared he would withdraw
from the ease and did retire for one
day ami Ihe willies, anil Kerr cut on
without him. Finally Hliss was per-
, suaded to return. Speaking of the in-
dictment against Kellogg, Merrick
aiil in h's, liuh'ineni it vva, as -o I
i and oli I a-, anv tint ever went into
! .. court of inMu-e Merrick iiiciiliuued
that the paviutut of mouov to Kellogg
; am! not the" pa-age of the dratt to
him was the ollcusi. lie could not sav
why that i tic was not tried, as he did
not try the case.
The rhairmau inquired about the
roiifcnnre between tlie government
council, testified by Ivrr, in which
Bliss stated Kellogg had admitted to
him that he did receive money from
Price, but not for pergonal "use, it
was for politic il ii-d Merrh k said he
thought here was mkIi a conversation.
Bliss.who sat by, spoke up,saying Ke1
logg did make such st dement to him.
He said he(llliss)called upon Kellogg in
pursuance of a letter from the at-totney-genoral
Kellogg admitted ho
had a-ked Price for money for politi
cal use; that Price claimed he had no
moncr, but fitiallv said he had some
nnstnili.-r. .lcieii. Tmil if K'nllnmr ,.,.t,
get them e i-hcd he v.'ould lctpirt T
the inonev go for p-ilitical use if de-
siriM. Kl.Ho-r,, .naiutained he"Ot
b neflt '""from the inonev.
He tcok that uif an, of getting money
for'politieal purpose from Price, who
was interested in tlie political object
hi view in LonNiaiia. Merrick dentetl
WalshV. statement that he (Merrick)
had said secretr.rv Chandler approach-
ed him on behalf of Kellogg. Chandler
had never spoken to him on the sub
ject. Walsh's e,titnony to the ellect
that Merrick had told him Bliss had
betrayed the inicrcl of the govern
ment wa, referred to and Merrick was
asked if he hid -aid that. Witness
said that when Walsh first disclosed
to him the evidence he had given to
the grand jury about Kellogg he (Mer
rick) was very much surprised that he
had not been told of it by Blis,. He
might have -'lid i i substance to
WaNh that if his statement
was correct anil true the government
had been betrayed, or something lo
flint ofli'd. Blis- h-1,1 nnt thought. tln
tcstimonv as strong against Dorsey as
nir'iinst Iho ritline, nnil ti nl R!iiil fb.it
.-r......w .- ....... , ...... ............ ......
if Dorsey was out the others could be
convicted. The witness admitted that
he felt some suspicion growing out of
the knowledge of iho pa,t close rela
tions between Bli, s and Dor.-cv. He
did not believe lli-s w mid be delin
quent in hi- duty, but he did believe
that in his hcirt Bhs- did not want
Dorsev convicted. .Merrick said he
looked upon Dor-ey as the origina'or
ami centre of the whole scheme; that
he inspired it. an! was the master
I'.lis, will be heard again Wed-
Wvphinhton, June 14 Hopkin,,
of the committee on public buildings,
submitted a report upon the inve-tl-
gation in regard to the selection of a
site for a public building at Brooklyn,
New York. The report is aecnmpa-
nied by resolutions derlarin? the
cnarges oi corrupt or contrive action
on the part ot lite secretary of tlie
treasury, or ,ome of hts stibordi-
nates, have not been sustained.
Thompson, under a special order,
called up for discti-ion and action ou
various bills previously reported from
the committee on Pacific railroad-.
Baudall. under instructions from
the committee on appropriations, rais
ed the question of consideration in fa
vor of the drlieicnry bill. Bv a vote of
veas S3, nays 10. ihe hou-e rcfu-ed to
consider tho bttsim-s called up by
Thomp-ou. who thereupon asked it to
be made a -pecial order for Wedne
On motion 1 1 Tovvnsend the vote
ju - t taken was reconsidered and the
question having been again submitted
the house di-cu-sed without division
the Pacific railroad business,
The first bill considered was one re-
quiring the Pacific railroad companies
to pay the cot of conveying, survej-
ing aid selecting lands granted to and
earned by the-e companies. In the .
cvcnt 0f falllr0 flf auv co,,,,- to
pavthiscosi within nntctv da-. ot
the passage of the at the secretary of
the interior shall inform its pre-idi
or treasurer of the amount of land to
h-Imi-I. ;i ic i-mltin-t i, .i...., ,..) ,t.n
amount of cost of inrvvin" etc. and
if the company shall not pay snch co:
within sixty day. after the" receipt of
notice the attornev -"eneral shall in-
Jtitute suit afrainst the company in de-
A "PU1 A I C
THE THREE YEARS MILI
TARY SERVICE BILL
EL MAHDI ADVANCING
No Corpus Christi Proceedings to-day I
for Fear of a Riot. I
Paris, June It. The police have
again raided the
book makers and
seized a large sum
The three years military service bill
now before "the chamber of deputies
Uc,. nnid, 0ppo3itiou throughout
the couutrv. Fiftv-oue chambers of
commerce have addressed a me
morial to Prime Minister Ferry '
against the bill. The petition '
urges that the .'protective forces of
France's agriculture, manufacture and
commerce would be seriously checked
bv the time lost through the withdraw- I
n iM i'A iitfTiinn 1 -, t ,niii. 'llin ,m
i . , ,n.
f ? .'" ' " '"p " " V , ..T ii.:. . J
' ''".,,. . ." .T -. ., . i -
j ""-""' vvould cot e to Frince nn
; , ,,.,,., , f ,, .,,.,,.;,:,, '
rcnchincii. 1 he expectation is gcn-
f i""V. ...w.v .V . ..V Ui......W.. W
cral in parlir.mentarv circles that the
(.ill trill l,n ttltlwlmtr,, ...,m ll,,,rcnf
The Swiss government couples v. ith
it notice ot the termination of the
Cat in Monetary convention, an inti
mation of a desire for a revision and
renewal of the convention. If a re-vi-iou
is concluded it will continue the
Mispeu-ioii of ihe coinage of legal
tender silver inoucv, but will regulate
me circulation oi snvcr i.tonev oi
civil cuiiuaotiii tuuuirv.
Since the Belgian action France has
renewcii ner overtures to tne vaucan
for the appointment of cardinals.
Prime Minister Ferry i- disposed to
restore to the clergy and to concede
exemption to the fccrvants of the
church from uiilittirv service-.
Toitoxro, June 14.- The Presbyte
rian general assembly committeeap
pointed to co-operate with commit
tees of other branches of the Chrilim
church with a view of imparting re
ligious instruction to public school,,
met to-day. An overture on party
policies was dic:isscl. A motion
was pas,ed urging ou ministers and
members of the church the duly of
fostering a more judicial, patriotie'and
charitable feeling regarding all mat
ters that allected the policies
a:id government of the country. Ad
dresses from the queen and governor
general were adopted. A resolution
praving parliament to make seduction
tinder promise of marriage, and mock
marriage .-criminal ofleiisc wa, adopt
ed, as al-o a memorial to the gov em
inent praving legislation again,! Sab
bath de,M-r:ition by lailv.av compan
ies, and.transmi-sioii of mails.
Ovr.vwa, June II. The prohibitory
section of the Camilla temperance act
ha, been deehrcd in force in the
counties of Oxford, Ontario and Yar
mouth, Nova Scotia
Cairo, June 14. The governor of
Dongala announces that Berber has
fallen and that El Mahdi's army is ad
vancing upon Dongala. The governor
proposes to evacuate that city.
The fall of Berber is officially cred
ited at Wady Haifa.
1 he German diplomatic agent at
Cairo is going to London in connec
tion with the Egyptian conference.
Hanover, June 11. Ex-.MInNtcr
Sargent has gone to London.
Brussels, June 14. The religious
authorities have decided that there
shall benoCoipus Chri,li proceion
to-morrow, as it is feared (hat it w otild
lead to a renewal of the riots.
June, 1 1. The
lory is postponed until November
Tlie Pope will then appoint ten eardi
mils Ltiigcitos' mission to the Vati
can is for the purpose of endeavoring
to obtain the Pope's nomination of a '
second Trench bishop in the upper
Congo region in Central Africa.
Belfast, June It. The game of
lacrosse played to-day between the
American and United Kingdom team,
was attended largely. The score was;
United Kingdom, t goals ; American,
ORDWAY TO BE INVESTIGATED.
Yankton, Dak., June 1 1. Cov. N.
G. Or.lway to-day atldresse-d a letter
to Hugh J. Campbell, United States
district attorney, in which he speak
of an indictment returned agatn-t
him (Ordway) which was procured,
as he cunt ends, hy local prejudice, ami
also reverts to the published state
ment that he i, .seeking to evade a
thorough investigation of his nUicial
conduct,, a, governor. Addressing
Campbell in person he savs: I will
join you in a telegraphic reqttct to
the president thai Alex. K. Batcler
nntl W. Hnight, examiners for the de-
partment of ju-tice, scut into the tcr-
a. -... dr. ..M.?.. ?.-. it. -l-... . I
rnorv iu e-..niniiL- imu me uiar'es
preferred agaiut jou, beaNo author-
tzed and fully empowered to examine
all witnesses which von may present
show iug corruption or malfeasance in
oiTtci: ou m part while confining to
make examination of the charges pre
ferred against you, and if their linal
repot i shows either or both to have
acted corruptly, cither or both hai!
immediately send a resignation to the I
pre-ident, and thus relieve the people
of Dakota I roui corrupt anil lncomnc-
tent official-. No ntt.ncr ha, been
forger arrested '
Boston, June I l.-Samuel Lewis, !
who has itist completed ;i two vear,
sentence in B-dtittiore for forgery, wa- '
brought here this morning 10 answer
to four indictment- on a similar!
charge I,ewis was formerlv a weathv 1
ink manufacturer in Scvr York, but
squandered his money in di-ipation,
and several ears ago commenced for
geries of notes.
KILLED BY THE VIGILANTS.
Minne.M'oi.i., June 14. The Jour
nal' Mitchell, Dakota, special saj-:
A body found on the Jim river, anil
siippo-cd to be that of the missing
German Schmidt, proves to be Bech
tcl. the suppo-ed murderer of Smith,
Bechtel was killed by the vigilauts and
then thrown in the fiver.
A WRECKER ARRESTED.
Cincinnati, June 14. .John John
son, colored, was arrested near Love
land campground for wrecking a train
ou Wednesday last, near Cleveland.
Wm. Scoit, who was previou'Ir ar
ritd, was able to show an alibi and
was .uschargttt. John-on was
uiuu'iii iiciu ler iichui iv uuizu.
SENTENCED FOR LIFE.
Lorrsvn.Ln, Kv.. Jane It.
trial of Frank Itankin for tho fcniin?
citcment prevailed around the court
i10USe aj jijjy wlicrc a great crowd
had collected. The criminal lawver
made a desperate effort for the pris-
ner. There was a fear that lie would
escape justice, ami would be taken and
' mobbed. The crowd stemed satisfied
j with the jury's verdict, and made no
j demonstrations as the prisoner was
1 led away to jail.
THE HAIL STORM.
-sPlal Dispatch to the Eagle.
i Gaudkx Plaix. Juno 14.
j from the country say the storm did
little or no damage to crops. Corn
was damaged most, but nqt seriously.
The greatest damage was to window
glass. The Kdwards house suflcred
tne loss ot lourteen panes ot glass, ana
t and B. E. Rowks also lost six panes
J jn his fme residence, size 12x30.
Farmers are fceiiujr happv over the
prospects, and 1 think they have great
Dktuoit, June 14. The irang of
counterfeiters who have been oper
ating in (icucse and fcmahwazo coun
ties, in this stale, have jut been
broken up by the arrest of the three
principal men engaged in the business,
an old man named Johu Daniels, at
! -Wat, Asa Davis and wife, at Commit.
1 Daniels had some three hundred dol
f Iars iu spurious money on his person
i' when taken. Titcrc is little doubt that
he is an old hand at the bu-iiues.
i "" ". 'ro raisj tvanin. ne was
. '-Cn IlltO tllC LllltCll States COltrt tO-
day, pleaded guiltv and was sentenced
for ten year.-. The other parties
pleaded not guilty.
THE TIGHT IN NEW YORK.
Xi:w York, June 11. While the
friends of Bayard, Picld, McDonald,
Flower, Morrison and others are rea-
, sonablv confident of the success of
1 their several candidates it is uudeuia-
, Uc iat ,ho CIevclaml
ble that the
1 SS.II others to-llav
j ;sC, to wl ro'vi.led
.i,. ,;,.-,, , iv, ,i, v..,r.
tJj 4 v-v-v-j voi viiuciiij'i'uik vi mv.'vi
lotk state convention, which meets
ou the 18th in-t. The Iricnds of Mr.
Flower are vigorously contesting the
Cleveland strength at" this convention
and claim they will contest it. Should
tins prove true it is conceded that it
wili seriously cinbaarass Cleveland's
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
Kansas City, Mo., June 1 1. The
Time,' Ft. Scott, Kansas special sav:
Steve Anderson (colored), fireman of
the mills in in E-Ht Pert Scott, a titan
of good republican, anil receutlv mar
ried, quarreled with his wife to"-night
over plans for a proposed fi,hitig
party. The woman shut him out of
the house. Me requested her to open
the door, and when she complied, Miot
her three times in the breast with a
pistol. He then shot himself in the
head and died instantly. The woman
died a few minutes later.
St. Paul, Mum., Juno It Receiver
Ultimo, of the Yellowstone .National
Park Improvement Co.,annouucc3 'hat
owing to judicial complications of the
affairs of the National park improve-
compativ, the .Mammoth not
Springs hotel will not be opened to
tourNts before the 10: It proximo. Af
ter June 20th the passenger trains
from Portland and St. Paul will be
run daily from Livingston to Cinna
bar. A ROBBER LYNCHED.
Chicago, III., June 11. A
from Deadwood. Dak., say
Speci 1 1
, A lev.
Fiddler, a man of many aliases, was
found near btttrgis, this county, to
day hanging to tt limb of a tree. He
and two companions robbed an emi
grant family onroute to tho hill, re
cently, and is supposed to have met
hi, fate at the hand, of viglantts, a
he bore a batl name and had been sev
eral times convicted of crime.
Kansas City, June 11. The city
council of tills, citv to-night, by a vote
of eight to four, defeated the oidt
nance for thu o-tnblishinrnt of an
elevated railwnv hi tween thi, city :itd
Wyandotte. Tin grant had previous
ly pasd the ojttneil of Kan-ai Citx.
The matter, it i, stated, does no: etui
here, but a new ordinance vvill b' pre-
ind tin matter urged s i'
FATHER- AND DAUGHTER DROWNED
Kansas City, Juno 1 1. The Titne,'
Jefferson City special says: Jacdi
G-abcrt, ferrmau at Marion, leaped
into the river je-tcrday to save his
six-) ear-old daughter who had fallen
in. Both were tlro.viied. (.abort
was forty-live year, old nntl lea v s n
wife and four children.
GOV CLICKS APPOINTEE
Toi'Fka, June 1 1. Mersr.-. Itag
dale, Bovdand Mot'-er, the three m
loon keeper-, wet e committed to Jul
again yesterday by Judge Martin. !c-cau-e
they refu-edto give id, 000 bond
each not to engage in the sale of liquor
again for two ears. There i, consid
erable excitement over the matter.
Washington, D. C , June 14. In
dications for the lower Mi-souri and
Ark'iusis river vallev?: Fair weath
er; southern portions, narllv clotr.lv
weather anil local shower; northern
tlAfll.llllf fsif-fl.n'ft I1 -? Is.kBS
' u, """'"'o.1 b"i i'' ii
barometer, and nejirly stationary tern
Pou'jhkkepmk, N. Y. June 11.
The euterlaiutiipnt at We,t Point was
of a jovous character to-night. To
day President Arthur, General Mer
rill, Gencril Crook and fcecretarv
Lincoln addressed the graduating
WAnHivcnroN, June 1 1 Congress
man Peter- has obtained pensions for
George Shield-, of Hutchinson, and
i-corge i.ivcnoii. oi siiintier c-itmiy
' i Kansas
KILLED BY A FALLING DU1LD1NG.
New York. June II. In tho fall of
a rickety building on Grand street,
near Wooter. to-ila, Lizettc MiBr
was killed. No other ca-uaJIty.
Topeka. June 14. Harry Orr. -n,
a boy twelve jear- of age, wasflrntvn-
cd iu the Ka;v river tlii, evening. The
body ha- not yet been found.
A ROPE FOR RICHARDSON.
Cincinnati, June IL C W. Kiclj
atdsoM, who was couvlcied of munler,
has been sentcneesl to hangSeptctnbrr
14. ll)C Cre-j
nade to Senator logaa vra jHtponr!
The bnildiaj t-f-iation of Ncodc-!
ha. WiUon otunty, lia leea organ-j
iicd for ihe purpo-e of porchasisig thi-
nc-4csn-lot, and (-resrlln" a bote! I
The caintal stork i sV)O0.
' .. . -.
One thoo-and dollars reward i of-
fcredforthe detection of tbciartv;
who poi-oriei ifa hcaI of saUk lorBiS!te'. w nvnti, v. , n u,
Jxrae Cslrin.of Miami count. .
ctann and Uaudui" a-'
iierrrrsk?, Cofler countv.j
onranlikl willi a eaniiall11-' ?VL ?.''.. H'
WORDS BY THE WIRES.
THE PITH OF THE DISPATCHES
From Many Directions Dur
ing the Night.
Capt. Eads and his attorneys arriv
ed in Washington yesterday to op
pose the $250,W0 appropriation to the
Tho meeting held in Boston night'
before last to take action iipou the re
port of tlie Chicago delegates, was at
tended bv reauv of tho leading men of
Boston who declared that tho actiou
of the independents amounted to little
The Illinois Republcan association,
composed of lllinoisans resident in
Washington, called on Senator Logan
Friday and congratulated htm ou his
nomiuntiou as Republican candidate
for vice-president. The senator made
a brief speech of thanks In reply to
their tongrat illations.
Dispatches from Philadelphia voter
day attemoon were to the effect that
Bishop Simpson was rapidly sinking
and could not live until thi," Sunday,
morning. The announcement of his
death is momentarily expected.
The reprc-cntatives of the great
whiskv convention, who met in Chi
cago Fridav, broke up in a row yester
day and adjourned sine die, and the
whole scheme is considered at au eud.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Mi!-in;r steers ... V (KS 00
llutclim' steer . . .1 Wui Ml
Fat cow ami hfllcra. .. . .1 2534 00
(.it lilp)lnff hoprs, be-ifr ... .4 wwt so
Moct and rewllnshOKD 4 004 40
Shfep i .Vti3M
I'utaloei, lir bti 1 lk
Potatoes, new, iter peel..
Itiitter '. .".10(12
l hceso IT
ChlcVeua, per lb. . . . . 8
Chlrki-na, jKtr dozen. . .. 2..l
S. C Himn ;;
S. O. lit. Ilncua li
ltacon sides lu'
I S. .Mdea . UV
Corn meal . . . I no
Flour, hlsh tiatent
2 aw ilu
Flour WA , ,
2 Sua 1 7S I
MllluiS wheat ..
Corn, purr white
MARKETS HY TKLEdltAl'll.
New York Money Market.
N"kv Yons:, .lnn II, Issl.
Mom v Easy nt l'ifxi V cent ; rlosinicoflVrii
Pi:iMK.MEt:eATiLKl'Ai'. Mil iier cent.
sirr.r.MNO KxruiMiK Strftdy. ItanVers' I
hills, St S.V, j demand, 81 S7
Govf.NMET IJomis Fraction higher fori
I'. S. 3-per-cenU
17 M IVper-rputi.
L'. i l-tier-cent.
Uulvvay ltoM)S Unsettled.
Jlisaouri 1'arilie r,' bonds , Krt
Hannibal A M Joseph bonds ins
Central l'acitlc stocks - 4i
Chicago Alton 12.1
Chicago, IturlinKtoti Jt (mlncy USii
DenTer.t Rlotirande 10
Hannibal A; St Joseph .... . . j;
Hannibal A, St Joseph iireferred (anked). ss,
.Missouri PncltTe . sgjj
Northern l'acitlc . .. .. 31
Northwestern . .... Kjij
Now York Central IMS;
Rock Island Iloj.
I'nion I'aciile Id
Western Union . . "-.'.'
Kansas City Live Stock. '
Kvxs CtTr, Junell, Issl.
Tim l.ivt-Slol Mitatar reports j
Cattle Receipts, 1,321 j market kteady I
Natlvo steers aTerardmr 1,'Jrito l,.VIb, J rti
hO Wj nTernplnit aw to l.l.VJlt.s, SI.:).t.'..V)j j
Btin;kri9 ami ircuroi, ? .hii -,j; run., miriu
good, 3 2.V.tl.21 I
Iliioslleceints. C.21I: market etciteil and
I0i--i;,e hltllier; lots averajrfnj; J.'I to 31(1 lbs, t
sold nt it IK," HO j hulk at V tfoj lo. Mar- ,
ket closed weak.
ia"iV1ii;'f.tr' "5i 'n"lH ,",1Kr",n"m-1
St. Louis GtJin and Produce. !
sr I-.1 1, June II, ls,l. j
FLoir. Market mieJianKi-il
Wheat Market active mod higher, but I
cluMvt n below top prlrc No 2rei,l 02 rash t
81 deal."' June: ii2r,wttl?,c, rlotinir at UV !
'.r.i.c, Jtilyj U!i..,.i2e, 'closing at 'Jl.e, Aq
srunt ; 'Ji),vi'Sl'ic. rloslnKM 'tl'iC. Septemlier
No S red, 'Jlc cauli
Cunt .Market slow . uh'h-I lilxLrreoilrlonsl
aliout as rstcrday .r".'!o cash f .l?,r.ii,o
June; A2te.12'.c July ; Xtirsvjc Auirnst, rlosln
at Inildc prices
OiT-Market hither; ll'.'c bid eauli ; .tlffc
June; SIMS-M'.c July
Evr Market hlcber . ' IM.
It VUI.F.T No market
I.tW. Market dull at t Vfi I'l
Kw Market lower at HJ.'e
Fuixsricir Nominal at S1.5S.
Hit Higher; timothy, 12 3)6.19 m.
Iliii Stc sdy , (tie at mill
CoR-v.jikal Firm at ti t.j
W111S1.ET titeady at SI t
I'lmvisuif Market rery slow ) only a small
PoliKJob lots at SIS.TS
IIclk Mrsrs Ixwz clear, & VI short rllx,
$1 iv. ; short clear, s (
IIaco fyns clear. 1 bociO 10 j short rlb
a 7SW') SO ; short clear, J i;.'Ki.:.V
I.Ai:n-lIrM at S)f 18 askel
Uscrii-rs Floor, 2.fsi barrels i wheat, i,
'tt busbelsj corn,T,i haihelnj oaU, lt,,fi
bushels; rjr, !,'): barley, noo-.
s5iip-iE-r Hour. 9.0J1 barrels; -wheat,
"W.ufl bosheln; fim. 23,Ci ba!i-ls oats,
2i,). rje. 2.wy; barlrr, none
St. Louis Live Stock.
r lri, June 11. Isf4.
Cattlk UeeHnts. 3iai i sbltiments. 2.fJrts
n'. enoaiih to make a market ; only a mill
I'M j sMpmenU. I.l"
mt market ; nu aptdy
Chicago Grain mr.d Produce.
Cmrsffij, Jane II. l-l.
Ftotns taiet. (
WnfAT In fJr demand and flnner In rly
!-lin?. bat elosJa weaker j oi-nr.l ,?
hlrhT, ciinin; Bnrjianrr.1 Ui .r tower Jane,
s7"7",e, el'rin" t rtc, Jnly, ". "-JJc,
closing t s-jC . AnffBst, KifftoW'.r, rioting i
at ",'sct Septeralr-r. ',uittr. closing t '
o'te. N Zpjax, 7st'r
Cons Market quiet, cifisiaic e bIw jtej'
day Ch. ll.fi44,e ; Jaly. -.-.'.wv.c, clo.
lX atM.aS"ics AnfU.t. .V.i.t.V. tfiax
at &; -srpti"r, W;.cj fear, H
Oats Mark steady CAh, aUfexaif; j
Jan, I"'..!) Ju!r. Si'.iiM'.c. ctaim 'ii.in
xtim An-rtut, r;,si4f; -pimbT. KH
Rrs -Klnw-T a&d b!xbr at tic
ISsntrT DaSl at nu-
FVAXJiuti-Ftna t I tfi.
i'OKfc Ma.-te: amlnall nnebanxnt Cirh,
!VSH Si Jan &d Jalr, r T'wll J3,
rtfiS . IB ; Asrat, l .
Ijk-Market mtdtt tuvl steady Cb, m
s ;,' J38. s its iCi Joly, ts Ufjs
- IS; Aors.t, SSM4 -O tUMns t S3rf
A Ck, ; OrtoW. s i
Ilrur Mr at M arket 'stt -iiwiMTs,
H ; sisK-1 r5b, "Is V. i clear sMew. si
WjoaT Itwr Itillt
Kwjrr noszr. II.h'i Irtrre-U t wtrt. a.
f bcsJrt-D ; eera. Stt.w Irasbel j fsl, l-.f'
bmb'Uj TJ, 4.SO basWU; brty, S.T'm
-HiractTis r frar, w,'i rre m,
-f2e.O bmbrl.; wra, S-f tniVIii tt,
tttJtO titb4i ; rjt, .! baOsrltt ttrtey.
I I.I,FT tlIMJI
oti lave tti.
ru Vmrr mx rrpon
Iffis-lsjtit. I.i k)Kfctts. .
ft fra4 . tSa LI 4rS a Wntrr artk a?
Jer. SfoS V) . ;kii" vA -bitfctkf, i 5
- ar- ast e. - a - ! a - t a-ar
r5.s i?5 b" "4. iwti .,".
i'SitZi T? 'w
uf cum-M Tas, tii7i.
SfnrwJeefjft. vxt; ttApanu.
I oetro-n to rA, JJ'i dtear tstrm.
Yes, we thank Ihe public for their liberal patronage during tho few days wc
hare been among you. and wo think, from the stntr of our trade
J during this dull season, that they appreciate our
We wish to fay that in the future, as
Kcmctiiber we have Ihe largest xtore. best slock, anil bv fur the lowest price
III flu Cluf;, ll'i !...!.. .- J...1 ,. .1-. -.-. ...- .... '
... . .... ....iV,. ,, iuuiiiMi inning ii spcci.-ii iiuiTitigMii iur eiiiire
siocl? of Dry Coods. to, rcdiien tho stock, ns it is too
large tor this season of Iho year, on nc- .
count of Ihe late spring, and
we ha e made
On tho tjoodri that thoy will go. Conio and ao us 'and not pricei
One-Price Dry Goods House.
Exton's Corn Mills.
Ground Corn and Oat a.
(Jorn-uliop unci Bran.
Orders filled promptly
Tcl'pli'-Bt la Eilan Csl
B. IC. BE,0W-3ST.
Douglas Avenue, - Wichita, Kansas.
And Human Hair Goods,
Atiiiounce- that iho will not b" under
sold bv any I'stabliohmcnt lit the
city for ihe next two months,
either at wholesale
Next Door South of Woodman' Dank.
Ficht & Drescher,
Carpenters & Builders.
ty Opposite the OermsH UiMmrf, ;! M
aer of Market nlfeec
Wichita Meat Market,
All Kindsof Freskaflil Salt Meats
Of tfcs rf trl !JkSl t
1.. fc, y't.r.
J. JS. HIOKMOiVD,
Wagon nad Carriage Maker.
tmAAU. kind or ariMiiHsi;.
Ufhl Wen. M S-pKHHf
vriii. Kls Jt C4.U. Uulrl f.TMl. Kta M
Dwi'im lri, W"li l, kuw t
BOCK ts. VrSLLS.
UNION MEAT I1BEET !
fl lake Sb eiMwttailj if. k-Ml
orders a -iisfly
nfcsr wxce w or tKiTUQsr tust.
during the past six wqek, we Khali gal
First Ark. Val. Bauk!
i.lilr.t m,,nej lii.lllut.,ti In i rlnii.s
W. c WOODMAN,
Vit I ashler
lUst. " WOODMAN.
WILL. C. WOODMAN, Ju
AiiierUnit Kuebaae N' Uni;, .v.vr Vfk
' National Hank, of llili-.iu, Illinois
Itinkar Kansas"! ty, Kansas Uly, Mlssoorl
Ire iitisi oreiiojli) uur
iVcir CommodiwHH Hank K.ilJiag
No. 33 Main Street
Do a General Mm Business
In all lis mudern ruixtiun
l.oaH .Motify in Any AmmhI
On all sattsfarture e,dltrJ real. Issrvmal
or rhstui-atid cs-mnlal ih lirr.;r.r
with lime frwm one day Ut flt trs
t y Hell lltkeU by . fattest ami r( Hue
r euamers In the world, lo or frm all hrtocl
lljin.TOn twits, Tl .Nftith (..miss Uosd
or uoerd lines. '
III Ibr utpulnHw ,f the First Alkswss
Vali.y Hank, or tVlrblu. Kansas . Invoke
neither direetnr.. elsirsliot'lere or branrlise,
twrdo He deal In Kile, nnrriae r -wt.We
,?., V,lrt!r, areelrltlje t the r...re
r Its l.l.lroste ,i-r-s
Fwrlte pivUvt Kutakfiol we are lu-lirMit
For the ..rutee.ton ,,l .,T iletwir ,
HHbred Hi last ilolar ol tmr fiirtrfhe
f.reet(r- alt)i inny tliaoae war niim.ri.ii. ul
rrlewls, sbou troBae. with our Mliimel
(ael Hies. w,sbU e lujlinr U iMinr., .Ol
Uodlr iswll rtt,eX,uer.I .Hildle ae ttf iif
taaeall thrms.1... Iliefvf, elvl frtir jailirmetit
.l Wiil.ivr t,Mr . j,rudl tn fteid,
r resaw Unlif jor
' t WOObMAV ASOJf
Pioneer Lumber Man!
A Ccnpicts Stock of Ph LzaUr,
1 waj is s t .
fjT Q rtft iU'krl Uttrl, 4irMS
fwsalee e- esV tint l,nH Vt.it
J. P. ALLEN.
C- AUGV6T DIKTKU.
COKTRACTOB AND BUILDS.
knits 3 I flue.
J FanUa Antit ,iiimHX t X'taCeU -
Jjtwrffcr tt., pmmlii t4 ImmfiMt as 4--M
wY- - --. - ev,
-i y -y
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