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WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE IS, 1SS4.
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L. BURRIS SHOT AND
Night in His Office
door casing was set on lire, but the
largo number of people tbat gathered
almost immediately had the fire put
ouj. Welch was burned badly on the
left arm up to the elbow, on the right
arm and neck and face. He perform
ed a heroic deed, but ho suffers terri
bly. Ho will recover without any per
ceptible scar. This is second time fire
has broken out in this town nnd in the
1 6ame block and from the use of gaso-
A MAN AND WOMAN ARRESTED
be Implicated in the
DR. H. H. YOST,
fK.iriurrly of I'ei Mi.ln..., !. )
ami surrounding country Hint he ha
Last night at about VSi'fi o'clock tlie peo
ple Ih lug in the vicinity of Bloomer Jlros.'
More, on Main street, were rudely startled
from tlicir hlutiilicr liy Hie tliarp report of
a pUlo!, and horrified at the accompany iii;
crj of imirderl In a few moment all tlio&c
who were jet awake h.iHrncd in the direr
tion ol I tic idiot, nhieh wab found to liae
issued from a small houo, ot(-tiiied as an
j ofllec and bed room by I!. L. liurrit, and
adjoining the refctaurant of 1. W. lla!ne,
on Main Flreet. The Kagi.k rcpn
entalie was oon upon the cne
and found much troufolf in elliow
iiiK Id" way through the excited crowd
which had collected, to the place of the
tragedy, where he found Mr. liurris lying
upon his hack on the floor In a pool of hi
own blood, life extinct. The lactn of the
tragi dy, no near a-, they could be gathered
laht night, are these :
Mr. II. 1.. lttirrit has been a contractor on
the Wichita & Wc-tcrn road for something
oer a J tar, hating hi- luuibjuarleri In this
i:it. lie occupied a -mall lioii'e on
Main st lei!, two doors noith of
llloomer Itiotheii' More. The lirxt
room he u-ed at an ollice, the -rcond at
a bid-ioum. the thiid 3h a storage room
TION AT SARATOGA.
Xew Yonic, June 17. In response
to the formal announcement of his
nomination for the preidency by the
Greenback national convention, "Gen.
Ifntlcr addressed a letter to the mem
bers of the committee under date of
Lowell, Juno 12, and after expressing
grateful acknowledgment for the hon
or conferred, he continues as follows:
Tlicgrc.tt questions you present arc
liiiihcr and grander than any mere po
litical treasure, dearly a quarter ot a
century ago, when the very existence
of the republic mid the es
tablishment of :i democratic
government hung trembling upon
the issue of the greatest civil war the
woi Id ever knew or may ever know,
by wisdom born of imperious necessi
ty a financial system, springing from
patriotic impulse to save the nation's
life and te-cuc the hope .of free institu
tions for all men from going down for
ever in darkiiDss and death, was deviled
by great and ;ood men. That day, to
whose care itepublican government
to bo administered for the people aud
by the people had been confided, that
system of finance for lrce people in
i( infancy said the life of a nation
perilling without it, and broke the
chain which enslaved four millions
of men, it gave the country,
while wu war wa-' raging, "a
protpei ity never known before ;
it enabled the people to usc
upon thein-elves and tiav taxes to an
( extent before unknown to auv conn-
Kelly Threatens to
BLAINE AND LOGAN AT SENA
TOR HALE'S HOME.
Hanback Prophesies that Conkling will
Stump for Blaine.
Hlimiiinrpt In t!i
lnrl hU oflit In Hie Morn ,f II A. llrnsim'K
llrnt Moor north ufiiistonicc. where nil Miirirlng I
Ir.ilii rnliifsnnd lcfrctl tikioiicnn liac a I
lliorougli riiniliiatIoii, nixili- m nli tl m-Icii- I
title principled, tvlth nil the lute .ip!inu-t
known lu modem M-Jeiice ofoptlc, to n-eerlnlu I
nuil ra.rn-ct !elrctlic tKlnna diicIi ax JInplH. ;
Hrix-rHiii-lropIn, i:rt-ilijopln anl AbtlKin'lbiii
All fonin il IIkIiI icpilring urlous tintttl I
Whrn tli joiiiir mnn applbtl to Hnmra '
Urecly for h )t.lllon, (lie great joiiriiallst
nslril, "Wlut ilo jou Lnou'!" On prencnllng '
bin illploiim n a grailuIe, (ireeK i-ajn, "I
lou'tcararorlliNt, ItltpMMl in II, plucc, but
w hut iloj on know lo ov kmiv anvtiiim.
Now, lr II. II Ytirl oillieH to Ititt ) eople of
thin ritv noil cinintc feellm- i'oii!l,iiitt 1 1. t ho ,
thoroiulily umlerhUmU tlio iriuiIplnn)riillC4
liy retuMiii tiratml.liiganl gntliciing kmmleilge
from Hie experience of our niiut i-cleniine in.n
i iiiumimtry, nl.o ol J.urii.e. diirin
and the shtd to the eMi me rear
occupied. I.a-l night he had been stated
at hit disk in the frout loom engaged in
wiiting letteis, a wa ilI( ninl by a num
ber Ijing around on the tabic, pait orihem
enclosed ill envelopes and sealed. Owing
to the heal of the ccning all of the doors
of the house; were tin own wide open.
About fO:.'li) o'clock Mr. Hum's went into
the restaurant next door, which is owned
by Pel" r W. Maine-, bought a cigar of Mr-,
llalnes, ami dropped some easu d itinark
about the heat, and him (liiuiU)
feeling eiy tiled. He light
ed hit cigar and went out. and in a
iiiluiiln aftel ward thu sharp report of n pi-
was nn- ii ;u niiiiii: it iossiuii! uir inu guvein-
iiieiit to reyay uiiee-iuiii an n reced
ed in loans from any creditor or gave
to him security more profitable and
stable than ever issued by any power
in the world. This was done by legal
tender currency. While questions a to
its stability were variously raised, and
many wise men still duiibt whether
legal tt udcr curicnev, not resting on
the intrinsic value of tlfo- material
lol was beard eomitiir from the direction of
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.iliejllrm n.L.l l,vi:r. 1.- I I ,. i, . ,t.u.. Ill'1 rear ol Ills llllil-C. ur. Iljlllet clUglll I
llatllllT Irflicleu lor fnr4 iliktm. i..tl.I..-. -L.. I imi -i tnin iiml lifiuli.nr.il In t hrnll.-li 1 lin
wy UiiH, inhere U niotlirr Optician on earth I the door be was met by A. II. Hand aud .1.
2EM"Mr Ileunlnss who happened to be only a
i few roils Iroin the house when tlicjr were
i startled by the pUtol shot, and turned to
j imestigate its source. The three
scoined.was within the com- l!isl Male couvcitou
be adopted in
the preliminary roll,
was finally carried,
tion was: (Jountv
Tammaiiv, 24, ami
unc ot dolm
Kiirthennori', linproeiiienU In the cotistrue
tlon or speelflrlfB nml cjc-gUtteshn kept eon ill
JMH-e with oilier Iinpnueineiitsor thin wonder
filiate, anil Itr. tost wished to sny lo the imi
pie Hint his llrnzillnn 1'ebhle Lenses are con
Mnictril on strictly Kleutirtr principle, mid
ny permo, no nmtter what the cause of their
ilefectUe flon innv be. Mho will come to the
offlee or lr. Vost. hnie thilr eye teltl in a
M-ientlllciiinniiernnil fitted with a pnlr ol hU
Rrnzllinn I'ehhle lenses, niMle tohUoiilei nml
-clUHleiy Tor his ue, wlllgununy happy and
nay truly, (rent nre the ilci leiw ol man
Ilr. Vont comes liftrhlv reviiinieiiilel tivnnm.
T6n eminent pliT(le4mi4 throughout the Stale ' limp and Ilft-lest.
nun nniiernip oei innuueK, nito i-imeinenls
Milhout iiiimberi) rioiu leading business men
Iroin ull purls ol the country. pneu will not
aliiw " tu puhlbh but a nunll. M.11V smai I.
inrt of llieni.
l'lense remlinrelulU ninl Ihcn n.1111' nal rr
lor toiin-clr '.seeing i l,eeing "
Xkw Yoiik. June 17. Four hun
dred and fiftv members of the countv.
Democracy started for Saratoga this
momiiis ; also 500 Tammauv hall dele
gates. Joliu Kelly said he expected
a quiet, peaceable time; Tammany
Hall always supported the nominee of
the national convention ami always
would. One hundred Irving JIall
delegates also left on the same train.
The Tammany delegates aud county
Democrats have arrived.
I'urcell.of Hocheler, will contest
against liaines, the Cleveland dele
gate. The county Democrats met this eve
ning aud decided to claim from the
state committee a full representation
from Xew York county.
John Kelly declared positively to an
Associated Press reporter to-night
that if the convention upholds the ap
portionment of delegates from Xew
S'ork, the Tammany hall Democrats
will not enter the convention, but will
take the first train for home.
The Democratic state committee
met in the United States hotel to
night, with Daniel Maiming in the
chair. A. resolution of the Tuiuiimuv
i hall committee on organization was
' read, claiming representation in the
convention equal to that of any other
1 Democratic organization from Xew
York. In the course of a long debate
William U. Whitney offered the fol
i uesoivcu, mat tue action ol tiie
Irving hall. 10.
Kellv's most trusted
friends avers that Kelly has declared
his intention to have Tammanv bolt
Iola, Kansas, Iav2., lsJl
IliU U to eitlfv thbl 1 hnie heeu u-lng
Kln-seii purrhn.cil or Ilr. II II. Vo-t. nml uo fur
lime plieii good .nt intact Ion I hilleeth
dur.tor iiuiliislniulii hl lnuliie--, nml wouhl
theerlully reeniiiniend him to the public 1I
nrwhlcJi in ic'Hilliili) suhiiiittisl.
Ilii. C. CII.I.IIIAX
Ft. I.ka kvwoi'IM, Kan-., Ma III, ls.s
Dr. II II. Vost iimlertauiU the lirinciiile-
source, lhe tlirce men
entered the houe together. They
jia'sed through the first and iccan.l room
but In the third, halt sitting and half 1 lug
against an old trunk back ol the door, fhey
fotind Mr. Iturris gasping for breath, at.d
before they had time to utter word ho
breathed hit last and .lis bead fell oer
Upon taking him into
the middle room aud nuking examination
It was found that the leaden messenger of
death lud entered his right cheek jut bc
lo.v the rye, had taken an upward tour-e,
clashed through his braiu ai:d out at the
upper luck part of his head and
burled it-elf in the wall back of
wlicie ho stood before falling,
ills face was all singed aud cowied with
powder, showing that the deadly weapon
1 had been di-charged lety close to his face.
A scan h of the premises was at once made, '
peleiu-y ol the Icgi-lattvc branch of the
government. That question has been
lccKleil affirmatively ny the highest j
tribunal under the constitution. One
purpose of vour organization i
was to su-tain this money
:ts the eurronev of the people. This
ssti-m In-ill" thus cvtulilitliPil its
ii'tiiniia inn- n"ii mill int in im on ..-in. his jntciitioii to have Tuiniiiaiiv bolt
coiiall v imfiortant tinsettle?l measures lw convention, owing to the action of
for public welfare; we may turn from 'lie hlate committee to-night. In the
this as the country ha- turned from the ni'portiouing of representatives fertile
eett.ed question "of war and slavery. J?reo Imocratij bodies Iroin Xcw
II ut alas, pattv coiiveution by a re- j r0,T,k, tity. bandcraou, editor of
hash or exploded resolutions, form. ' Kelly Xew lork paper, declares the
laled into the platform, threatens to ' r'"nr untrue,
revive controvrr-ies which will tin- hale-s reception to blaine.
settle the business ot the people with ! ,,.,,,,, m:.. i. ,, ...
apparently but the single object to ex- ,,''" w" ll a ",C' ,Jmi(i1,17-,10;
,'',.... 7.. .. night a crowd of people gathered at
Hancock hall, filling it to overflowing.
that city was ready to come out for
Ilenrv Hitchcock, of St. Loui. said
he spoke for a constituency which
was sure to give 50,000 majority for
any Democratic candidate, aud "that
this was not a part)- movement.
rice county for martin.'
Lyons, June 17. The Republican
convention of Rice county met to-day
and elected as delegates to the state
convention J. G. Eckles, J. IT. Smith,
Clark Conkling and A.' G. Wolfe.
They are all strong for Jno. A. Martin
In the senatorial convention of the
Thirty-sixth district eleven delegates
were elected for Jno. Vf. "White of
The resolutions, which were adopt
ed with rousing cheers, approve
the wisdom of the national convention
in nominating Blaine and Logan, op
pose there-submission of the prohib
itory amendment: recommend John
A.Martin for governor and instruct
the .delegates to use all honorable
means to secure his nomination.
Also instruct the delegates for S. Mil
lard, of Rice coiuitv. for secretary of
state, ami present the name of J. W.
White, of Rice county, for state
senator from the Thirty-ixth senatori
al district, and instruct the delegates
to use all proper moans f o secure his
After a rousing speech from Hon.
J. W. White, the convention ad
Wheat harvest will begin hero next
week aud the prospects are good for
an average of forty bushels to the
acre throughout the county.
Ground was broken to-day for a
$15,000 hotel, three stories high.
Washington, D. C, June 17. Uej-
ii-scuiaiivu uauuacK, in rtanas, m
couver-ntiou to-day, said that before
the campaigu was c!oed ex-Senator
Conkling would be found on the
.stump for Blaine, aud that after the
election Collector Robertson aud other
officials in Xew York would be re
moved aud Arthur men placed in their
stead, who would hold under Blaine's
administration if he is elected; that
the Xew York legislature would re
turn Senator Conkling to the senate,
and that the breach in the Republican
party will be finally healed.
INGALLS SCORES BROWN
The English Investigation Commenced.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE,
LlTe Stock. .
eera 3 ooya oo
Butchers' uteers 3 2S5 09
rat cows and heirera 3 S3(- iw
Fat shipping hogs, best (MM JO
Stock and feeding bogs 4 M
Other Items of Interest From Various
INGALLS AND BROWN.
Joe Brown, of Georgia, Interpolates and Ingallt
Washington, June 16. -Ingalls rose
to a question of privilege. He read
from the debato of last Friday on the
bill' relating to the claim of tlie state
of Georgia for money spent for the
common "defense in 1777. Ilo objected
to certain words, which, he said, had
been inserted in the handwriting of
Brown in the official representatives'
manuscript of the debate, and which,
Ingalls claimed, had not been spokcu
of m the senate. He said he was al
ways willing to submit to the fortunes
of debate, whether of victory or of de
feat, but wasn't Fccuro against the
Parthian arrows of flying toes, who
see lit to discharge them from some
ambush in a printing house.
The word objected to were, " His
monopoly of which 1 have no right to
infringe,' referring to what Brown
had calied " otic of Ingall's character
istic speeches," and the words "he
will not state,'' referring to one of the
legal points arising in the discussion.
This mode of warfare, Mr. Ingalls'
continued, was eminently safe to the
oue who waged it ; it was not so satis-
sneep. .. ...,. www
Potatoes, per ba 1ft) 125
Potatoes, new, per peck.. .. JO
Eggs. . ......... ....... 13. 15
Butter . 1011 ' 115
Cheese 17 S
Chickens, per lb 6 i
Chickens, per dozen 2.5U each, 30
3.C. IUuis. .. 3,' 16V
S.C.Bt. Bacon -- i
Bacon sides 10V 12S'
D.S.Sides X K
Mioutdera 8 10
Lard,. , H IS.'
Com meal ... ......... 1 t 1 20
Klotir, high p&toat 3 30
Flonr. patent 2 5fiJ U0
Flour, XXXX ...2 5l2 75
Flour XXX 2 00
Chop feed. ........ Weil Ml
Bran .t:'.;. .'. .;......- SB
Shorts . HO
i . i
Thank Ton! Thank Yon!
Mltlln? wheat.. ..
Shipping 'vtlieat -Corn.
Corn, pure white ..
e, vrc thank the public for their liberal patronage during the few day we
Lave been anions: you. and we think, from the stato of onr trade
duriug this dull season, that thev appreciate our
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
tend a system of purely paper curren
cy issued liy corporations established
h the government. Indeed but for
pritale gain to corporations, which
currency'itsclf is io bo valuable only
because" it i? made redeemable
in the very greenback which this
agitation seeks to repudiate
and destroy. Such a currency
Andrew .lackson, sustained by the
democracy of moie than a generation
ago, had 'crushed out as one of the
greviotis errors of the administration
which had crept into the government
for the aggrandi.cnient of a few t
the destruction of the people. Asa
Democrat taught in a .lackson school
in mv cail wears, with my judgment
nml or flttlni; jrlxsaci to cjet rroiilrip:
rcjnroricm icnes, mon-iini
to mttom i 4ly cone 171 ;
Hm.ciiit ll.ist irlH-4t4 r.ir Mill... Illll-I . I..IU I
-cntMo-rlift tint Ilo- Uirtrlllftii i-Milc iensr. lire M " '" "S-"11 roumo
tha l.t 1 ecr isl mch as ilr II. II Voi-t i wnr. nil nu ted to tin- lc.i
ny on snlc nml, nirtliciiiioie, 1 can itc.iiii
tiieml liiui ha one or the liel opticians 1 know
r. which cjii ImicciIIIIciI to li ijiiitc a nninlx r
'iriiircltl7em In loin.
It. W. ACKIts.
rroirlctor tol.1 Mineral Well, lola, Kansas
ui reM-:u,-..;ii..inin-. it is nuppo-eu, n iu 1mtrc1 bv stlbseiuei.t Obsci vatioil, I
lllj. IIIIUI1L jlllltl lUIIIIU.. IOUI .Ull'tll'l
the nun dcrcr was lie wns l(i in the icar
hlii-d lii ohjcct cither robbery or murder) done, to say to you. gentlemen, theie
and v. hon 3Ir. iltirris leturiicd from buy- ( soenu a net e-sity for a further con-
i Int; his vlL'iir and was about in seat him- lintiaui-e of your organisation in the
matured bv subsequent obsci valion, I ,;,.,j i. n ti,- .... TT ...
am t uiisti nined in view of this attempt cJClll ! " " " '"' 'rc .lnit'ht s;'
to undo what Jackson had ?o will ? .P:l(r. ""!" ,,fl :lt,e 0f,-Ma c'r h
Iiila, Kansas, JInj m. ls
'Ilii cirtllles tliKl about onojc.iranol ptir
cliSMsl two alrH of hpectaclea ine jiair lor mv
uiTi-and one pair Tor in)rcll ulilrh lmcliii
entire xatlsfactlon, rroni Dr. II II Vost. nn.l
I clieerriillrrccoinnien-l lilm to the public .-is mii
optician ol the llret-clH.
c. ii r.ori.so.N, ,m ii
Iiiia, Kaj,s, .Ma p.i, si
My wire pnn-hasol Klaseof Ilr II II. ni,
In i.lmnl, liaiisa", about i-lghtt-en inoiillis :io,
which lime prorcii entirely ealftrnctor , ami I
.clirerlnlly riroiinni n.l thn IliH-tor as an optic,
WILMS S W I. UK,
I'iibtor l'.nplbt t liunli.
bis writing, lio
art ol the bouse
by mine noise made by liis sbiycr, and was
thus brought into close contact Willi liiui.
Where lie stood when shot is in straight
rane Willi tin- rear door to both the back
room and shed, mid the puty that did the
sliootimjcWdcntlybeat a hasty retreat by
the back way, a no pen-on was neon about
the proniecs by those lirst upon the scene.
In a few moment hundreds had collected
about the house, bui no one was able to
throw-any lioht upon the affair. In the
absence from the city of Coroner .Niiireut.
renewed cugency ami in tins 1 am
with on, and if there weio but two
of us, we ought to Maud to
gether against this great wrong.
, I thank you for jour .ug
i gestion that in other matters toward
' which your organization turns
1 the interest of labor, the preservation
of the lauds of the people lor lhe peo
ple, the control of the agencies creat
' eil by the government to be ni;d for
the good of the people, to regulate
am! control a system of inler-sttife
commerce which shall control and
clicipen tiMiis)orlatiou ol persons
'squire llobbs was summoned as wa nNo i ireight and intelligence, ana to protect
Slu-rifl" I'Micr. but iiwin-r to the lalnness of I all ill their jllst lights Hllll COIllillO all
Kansam, Muy ID, Ks
t iib-jMire that 1 Mate
' tit U with lhe create
lliat .ine tlnieaco I hail inv l.lon coricctcil
tiytltefJ.lliriilhhn.lsoriir.fi. II o.t, uilha
pairor ins urnzlU.ui pi-liiile uii.-. ami now 1
inKliIer that It U a bit I owe the imhlic to -a
that they nre all I -onlild".ire : nml I would no'l
take ten times what the ro.t ami pall with my
.1 K !!OVI,
1 hhM Iviioun II II II Vost, rotim-rly ol
llei Moines, Inua, lor the p.tl thirl e.iis, or
iilnte iHitltoisi, anil ati ilteerrnll iin-otiiineml
him to the puhllo or the peopliof Kansasasa
nkiliriil opilcian ; nn.t It there Is h do lor In
Khiiska that can correct the i"lon, Ilr i.-l
on do it, to nn own iiersoiial know ledjre
i: j aimiisox
Ion. Kansas, Mb l'l, ss
a Htihik' cierlriiceil n KoOil ileal or dlnic:ilt
"in oblalnlnjr the prom-r lene Tor iiij ees, I
-flnall pun haxsl a pairor Ilr. II II Vo.l nml
lliey eUe entire sall-rai lion I ran fhecrnillt
'rMsTiiniueinl lilmasaii opticl-in to an reiiilrlnj;
KAMI! WOKS I.
Oh, Yes! Oh, Yes!
HERE WE COME AGAIN!
Annther man nrUro to tcstiry what Dr. Vost
has done for him ociiccar all jemen of tm
sleitaintinc; a Aolcc in jour ml. 1st Hjn-akctli.
Wn-iilTt, Kansas, .lune lilli, 1ns
With pleaxurc I state to the public lliatnoiiie
time ace, atter belnic dreadfully Isilheml to pet
"4)ectacli-sthat I could use without rstiruliiK uiy
eyes, I applied to Ilr Yost, and was llttist with
s pair or Ids Improved lenses And, oh, what
-nimfort 1 take in usinir them ' o tlrlnc or
et-s;can read or write as lone as 1 please;
-ej H-rr-ctlycKl and coinfortatile I feel no
Hi at I ran continue In my business, which is
ery hard on Hie eteslclit (Titlnj: a piwd deal),
and In old art-hate ccvorthman times what
tlu-y would have been had I contlnmsl the em
pirical haphazard plan or hininj; any kind or
j:lassi-8 keptbj the Mon-kn-jiers. Miould I ew-r
nsl to buy classes azain, most assurcdl 1
would buy or none other than a practical optic
ian, such as I consider Dr. Yost to be In the full
ineanlnc or the term
m A. T. OWKX.
the Imuran inquest was postpoued until
this morning, when a jury will be sum-moiii-d
and an linc-liation commenced,
Hie remains liitim; been plaecil in the
bands of an undci taker for emlialincut.
Mr. Hums was a widower, about forl
tieCiir8 0t -ie. andlusa married dausli
trrlitii); in Now Mexico. A tclci.im was
disiatclied to her last niijht a well; a- Io
other fiiciids, some of whom will probably
be licre :ib soon as possible.
Mr. IturiN was -i man well and fcenerall
liked, and as jet no salisfactor Ibeoiy as
to the obj ct of the murder lias been ad-
anccd unless it be that some one
li.nl been watclilni; an opporlimilj to rob
lit in. nml white he was in the restaurant
made the attempt. Ileitis lolled hyhWSm.
mediate return, and probabh cailirlit in the
act. they tired the f.ital shot in order to -
cuie their escape. The coroner'- imjiii-t
to-day will probably throw some light upon
the nlfjlr, anil wo linpe w ill lead to a speed
capture at d punishment of the dast.ud who
thus suddenly and without warning robbed
a man of bis life.
i 1. vt Kit : '2:."0 a. m. Since lhe above w as
put In txpetwo airosf. hae been made and
the prisoners lodged in jail Io await the de
velopments of the e.ise. fficliaril
Ur.ully. while walking up strret
with ,t woman or the town by the
name ot "Cycli ne," was taken in
charge by Mar-hal dlru. It scenis that
for some time bad blond had eIlcd be
tween Itradbymid Itnnis. j;rowiup out of
some trouble oer a woman. Uradle,
it is i-liarscil. lias repeatedly threatened
the life of Harris, and jiesterda) atter
noon he bonowed a irtoltcr. Mating at
the time that ho intended to kill Huni
wilhit. After tlie shooting llradlcj's ac
tions ware such as to nroue supicion, and
he was closely shadowed, and his cerj ac
tion noted by lhe olllccrs. Ills arrct oc-
( curred at about 12 o'clock, .sometime
later "Ctlone,"' who was walking with
film when arreted, scried a likcfjte and i.
to their tni( duties lo the end that
i there may be in thi country eiiality
of rights, equality of burdens, ertuli
ty of privileges and etpiality d" power
of all persons under the laws has been
the rule of my lite.
IiL-spectfullv your friend anil servant
Uiinj. I Ifn i.i:u .
Coi.r.Miirs, Ohio, .lime 17. Tlif-.it-prcme
court aiiuouiied a decision in
day in the Scott ta law ca-e. In that
of Iviug ,V Copelear Jtidgiiient was
alii lined ; in that of lStitcmun & White
beck judgment was reversed. This
declares the second section of the law
pertaining Io a lirst lieu on the pre
mises tiiicoiistitutioii.il and leaves the
rt-sf of the law valid and operative as
heretofoie. The question of the con
stitulionalit' of the whole law is held
not lo tie raised in these i-i-os and the
court stops with the record. The
liquor ib tier- will therefore he re
quired to put the .lime colleelioii of
tax under lhe law. leaving lhe matter
open lor a further lest hefore the
sfuii-tiiiiiu-i! payment in December.
FT. SCOTT'S GAS MINE.
F ! Scott, Kan j .lime 17. A
dt fuelling rain of t'iiral hours rturi
lioii fell h tv to-day. This will insure
a good j ield ( wlieat aud oats in thi
section. The propccts for., corn crop
are good, but a little backward.
Thu rt.Scoit prospecting company
was organized here to-night with (
W. (Joodlander a- prc-iilent and K. I".
Wure m crefary. The cnpitM stock lias
all been takn and SlcSsrs ltich
e. Smith & Co. will at
once commence the sinking of a
vell. and the ctiiu)auy , prop-jscs
lo go at least 1.000 feet, orlind koiiic
thing wonh suqipiug lor bciOre that
depth, 'lhe object i to find a. deposit
of natural gas which, it is believed,
underlies the t-ilv , but a !nrp loukout ,
will be Kept for coal veins, oil, etc.
The reception committee accompanied
ny a iiauu ot music preceded iSiaine.
Logan and Hale from lhe residence of
the latter to the hall, where a grand
reception was held, hundreds shaking
hands with the illustrious visitors. At
9 o'clock the populace went to the res
idence of Senator Hale, where Blaine
and Logan were received with cheers.
Hale, after brief remarks, presented J.
G. Illaiue, who said he had many
causes for great gratitude to the peo
ple of Maine for the many years of
their friendship, support" aiid confi
dence, hat he never was so profound
ly to.ichcd as he had been by the man
lier in which l-o had recently been re-
had to recognize besides the friend
ship of his own political associates the
courtesy and kindness manifested by
(hose who had in the past been op
posed to him politically. Whatever
may bo the issue of the pending cam
paign, of which it wouh. indeed be un
becoming in him to speak, lie could
say that by the people of -Maine he has
on this supremo crisis in his public
career been already sustained in a
manner that gives him ihc most in
tense satisfaction. Continuing, he
i sain : as a mini response to mv
thanks for your most generous atten
tion, I will present to you the gallant
hero from Illinois. Loud cheers.
Gen. Logan said : "Ladies and gen
tlemen : I am very much gratified in
deed to meet so many of the citizens
of this beautiful citylo-night. I have
also been very much pleased in pass
ing through your proud state to find
the kindly feeling that exists' in refer
ence to your fellow citizen and neigh
bor Mr. Main?. Applaue and cheers
Of the convention recently held in
Chicago, no one doubts that it gave
expression to the voice of the people
in announcing in unmistakable terms
that the citien of your state is their
choice for the highest ollice iu their
gift. (Applause.) My fellow citieiis.
the people of this country want a inau
that will not only support aud sustain
their constitution, but will faithfully
and conscientious execute the law's
in nil parti of the land lAiioIaii-e
and cheers.) Believing Hint the Amer
ican people want a man of the charac
ter I have described, I may now si
that such a man has been found iu the
person of dames G. Maine. (Loud
cheers.) Fellow citizens, when the Ides
of November shall come the people of
mis great republic will give no
tice to the world that they have made
him president of the United States.
G i eat applause. I do not hesitate to
say ihat I feel honored iu being asso
intfd with this, your honored citizen,
on a ticket for the two highest oiliccs
in the gift of the American people.
L real applause. -
GREAT INDIGNATION AT LAWRENCE.
Lawkenck, Kan., June 1C. The
greatest of indignation exists here
amoug politicians generally at the
course of ex-Governor J. I. "St. John
for his course iu bolting the national
Republican ticket. Charges that his
move is but a bid for the indorsement
of the I'ittsburg prohibition conven
tion as its nominee are rife. Strong
as he yet is, politic-ally, with the pro
hibitionists in this state, it is very evi
dent that iu this he will not be follow
New Orleans, June 17. The Pica
yune's Baton-Rouge special says : The
Democratic state committee assembled
to-day, Henry W. Ogdeu presiding.
He pledged the slate tor any nomina
tion or any platform that may bo ut
tered by tire Chicago convention and
after appointing committees a recess
THE BLAINE TRAIN,
AVATEitviLLi:, Maine, June 17. On
the arrival of the special train with
Blaine, Logan and Hale on board the
citizens turned out c'n masse. A dele
gation of Colby students were present
with the citizens. The surrounding
towns were largely represented and
much enthusiasm was shown.
SniiNOKiELD, III., June 17. The
Democratic convention for the Thir
teenth congressional district met iu
this city to-day. Hon. Win. Springer
"was renominated for congress by ac
clamation. This is Springer's 'bixth
Bix)OMixc;ix)N, 111., June 17. The
statu convention ot the l'rohibitory
party will meet here to-morrow, and
probably nominate a complete stato
ticket and elect delegates to the
factory to the victim. Mr. Ingalls in
quired whether the senator from
Georgia (Brown) was satisfied that, he
used the language quoted. Mr.
Brown replied that it was his recol
lection that he used it. Iugalls
asked him whether he didn't
after the debate was over, and the re
port prepared for the printer, deliber
ately interpolate it in the report
of the proceedings, thereby fal
sifying the records of the senate? .Sen
sation. The chair said the -enator was out
of order. If he had any accusations
to make he should make them iu a dif
Beck Sotto voce- I wouldn't an
Ingalls Language that was not ut
tered iu debate and susceptible of of
Brown I decline to make a reply to
Ingalls I supposed he would.
The Chair The senator from Kan
sas is out of order.
Brown addressed the chair.
Ingalls I have the door 1 beliee.
The chair agreed that Ingalls had
the lloor, but in the opinion of the
chair the senator's remark imputed
improper conduct to another senator.
If there bono objections, the chair
added, the senator will proceed in
Ingalls said the mode of attack re
ferred to required about the panic
amount of courage that was exhibited
by a thug, who waited until liiscneiii
was asleep and then stabbed him. He
moved that the language to which he
had called attention be expunged from
the official record ot the debate.
Gorman objected to the present con
sideration ol tlie matter, and it went
over until to-morrow.
Brown said that he had intended to
say something iu reply, but as the
matter was to go over, he suppoed
he would be heard to-morrow. He
did not wish it to go unchallenged.
He didn't intend that any inlerencc
of his acquiescence should" he drawn
from (he fact that the matter was going
Washixoton, June 17. In the sen
ate to-day, on motion of Sherman
Ingall's motion to expunge the words
complained of was laid on the table.
. . limVO ..
New York Money Market.
1 Niw Yore, Jnne 17, Issl.
Monet Easy at l&i V cent ; closing offers
at 2fl p cent.
IMiiJtE Meecavtilk Pai-ek 3.3 t jer cent.
Steulimj Kicuinge Steade. Bankers'
bills, $l.s.-.; ilemaud, 1 S7'i
CioVFttXMKNT ltosps Firm
ir. S. S-per-cents
IT. S, 4-per-cents. ..
jstATK Sr.cCKitiE.s- Acthe.
ISvilwav Itovris Im-irnfar, but in the main
Missouri 1'aciflc U'a bonds. . .,
Hannibal A St Joseph bonds .. ,
Central Pacific stocks
Chicago, Burllnrton X Qulncy.
Hannibal A St. Joseph 5s1;
Hannibal A St Joseph prcrcrred (asked) . (-,
Missouri Paclffc H
Northern Pacific la;
Xew York Central ICV.
ICock Island , li.V
Union Paclfle ... ..IS'
Wabash . . .";
Western Union , r.l
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansis Citr, June IT, l?nl
The Lirt'Slock Intlieator reports
CttTLE Itecelpta.nIC: market fair for offer
ings or good iiualitr XaUve steers aterairinc
l.-.-oo to 1,5.1) lbs, $ '.'.skG.iU : averaging too to
1,10) lbs, Sl.uuas.5i); stoekera ami leedcrs,
1 a4.t"0 ; cowb, ralr to Rood, KLSOg 1.21.
Hoos Kecolpts. 11.7.17: market ead and
10c lower, lots averaging 17.1 to ail lbs, sold
at $I.Cy5.Ia; bulk at fl.nKSI.!V
Surce Becilpts, (Kt; market nominally unchanged.
We wish lo say thatdn the future, as during the pa-l six week!, we shall gal
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
St. Loci s, June 17, lssl.
Kioto Market unchanged.
Wnr.iT Market ralrly acthe aud higher,
but closed below top prices Xo.Sred, t.o.Vui
l.5 cash; SI 01 bid Tor June; O'iMttl'.'c,
clodng nt tU94,S'c, Julc; Ml'.diW.'e, closing
at iil'ic bid, Augnst; w'Vc September; !fc
October Xo 3 red, Wc bid
Conv Market dull and easv; Sl'-.'suMS'c
rash ; 5'c bid June ; .'..V.y.'i.v July ; tl ,c jenr.
OiTS Market iery slow; Sl,Vfi-Kc cash;
Sic bid June ; SJ.Uc bid July.
Itvt Market (Inner; .ViUH-bl-1.
IIakllv N'o market.
Lead Market dull at 5.f.
Kc.cs Market lower at 11,'ic
t'ii vitro Nominal lower.
II vt Higher ; timothy, li.yl8.w.
Ilini Steady ; (2.'c at mill.
Co K.v-AtavAis ateady at S2.:i.
WuisKKr Steady at 81.ua.
Piuiviiions Market very sloir; only a small
PoEK-Job lots at SIC.73
IlutK Mksts Long clear, $s.,V) ; short ribs,
SS ir; short clear, Ssr.tV
lliCOV Long clear, 89 2Gm,-.l.lo; short ribs,
Si 3i!,C9.S"; short clear, 8!) tK.'(s:.7V
LabpHcIiI at Si. 10 asked.
i:CEiiTs Klour, .I.WiCi barrels; wheat, ,.
0i hnshels; corn, K,i bushels; oats, ai.Ouo
bushels; rj, none; barley, none.
Smi-MKr. Klour, 3,oii barrels; wlieat,
H,l bushels; com. 67,0") bushels; oats,
J,; rye, none; barley, none.
Wheat Market higher; tl oil
July; lr'c August
Coitv JIarket dull and film ;
52'.c bid July ; s,'c bid August.
0 its Nominal.
Li-member w e have the largest etore. best stock, and bv f.tr Ihelowi-sl price
in tho.state.' Wu are now having a speriaf olletitig of our culfri!
.stock of Dry Goods, to reduce the stork, as It U too
large lor this season of the year, on ac
count of Ihu late rpring, and
we have made
On tho (rooda that Uioy will po. Conio nnd two tin nnd iot pricey
One-Price Dry Goods House.
Banhsou, June 17. The Democratic
Rtatc convention met this morning
with A. tavenedcr as temporary chaii
man. In the opening address the
names of Tildcn and Cleveland were
I'iiIladki.piiia, l'a., June 17.
Bishop Simpson is very low this morn
ing ami is growing weaker.
THE BOSTON KICKERS IN NEW YORK.
Xi:w York, June 17. The Indepen
dent Hcpnbliean 'committee, appoint
ed at Bo-ton lo confer with the New
York Independents, arrived this
morning. 4hey will hold a private
meeting this aftcmoou to arrange
preliminaries for a general conference
this e ening
A conference of Independent Ue
publicans wa held to-night at the res
idence o( J. W. Harper, on Madison
avenue. The Boston delegation left
town immediately after tlie adjourn
ment of the conference. George)
William Curtis presided. Carl Schtirv. I
presented a series of resolutions, all of
which, with the exception of one.
are taken bodily iroin those adopted
by the conference in Boston. To a
cw tork Inbuue renortcr Schorr.
I'auis, June 17. Thel'raucaise says
that France will not consent to a re
duction of the intere-t on the Kgvp
tion debt. The Debats nay: "No
political concessions by Kngland will
iuducc France to renounce the right to
insure respect for the contract which
was concluded with :i moral guarantee
of lhe power.''
Bimili.n. June 17. The Gazette, a
Bismarck organ, says tho attempt to
make Dutch succession a Kuropcan
question will fail, as the constitution
of the Netherlands' defines the succes
sion aud excludes foreign interference.
THE ENGLISH INVESTIGATION.
Washington, June 17 The spec
ial committee appointed to iiive-iig.ve
the charges against Hon. Win II.
Kuglish of lobbying on the houe
lloor in the intcre-t of his .on in the
contcted election cac of F.ugli-h vs.
1'cclle began the examination of wit
Representative Wi-Iler, of Ion i, was
After you had voted to 1 ty the mo
' tion for reconsideration on the table
, the day that Lngli-h was seated, did
! I.eprecntativc I'u-cy, of Iowa, re
i quest oti to go to the Democratic
side of the house? aked lt'-presenta-
I Wcller said I'usey came to him, In
1 quired about his health and he told
, him he was (ir-t rate, and was going
to the depot to meet hi wife.
' and daughter. I'li-ey a-ked him to
stay anil vote on the KtiglisJi-Toele
Millard- You evade the question.
Did I'usey ask you to go to the other
side of the hou-e?
I' don't remember.
Did you go with him?
I don t remember
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST Lon, June 17, lssi.
Lattiv IlcK-Ipts. I,!Xi; shipments, .Trni
corn-led scarre and firm ; gras-r-il slow and
weak cxjiurts, ail.ilfcii 75 ; good to choice
hipping. 9i iiOCjil l ; common to medium,
1iVa5!): gTass-red natives, l .Vs-ri .V) ;
grass-red Teians, S3 'i-ife-t 7ft
Shkeis Kt-ceipts, 3VI; shipments, 2.V1 ;
good steady ; poor dnll and neglected 5 common
to medium, 2Jvl si ; choice to etr&, SJ.Wx
I .Vt; 'leans, $iiKi in
London, June 17. The Bennett
Mackay Cable company has opened an
office iu the royal exchange. The Far
aday will sail next week to lay the
shore end of the lir-t cable. It "is ex
pected this cable will be in operation
bv the end of Julv.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Ciihai.o, Jane 17, lsl.
WnrsT In ralr demand but unsettled ; aer
aged higher, but tinder report or slight ilerri-ase
Invisible supply receded ,c. closing V$.e
orer yesterday Jnne, soi,(.;i,c. closing at
rt',c; July, 7.(i!8sc. closing at t"J;c :
August, s.,i,fe!4-, closing at lsr; hei.
tember. s-S-W'.c No. 2 spring, r77e,
Cju Market quiet and a shade better, dos
ing about ,c oter yesterday Canh, S.
',c. tlwlng at S..V,',e; June, M'.M.V,
closing at i.VcJnly. sr.',H.VJ,c, rbmlng at
.V.; Angnit, .V,,s.i7c. closing at S(,Jifal7e;
--n-HiiueT, ;,- (.., -r, closing ai 5jc
O it- -Market qnlet and steady Cash, JS'Jc ;
June, 3I'iHS:c, closing st 2i',r( July, .T.".
K'.c, closing at 3.' ,,,; Augnst. '
il,c, closing at tJ-'.e; srpp.,M.rf j.r
IJtb firmer at r.ic
ltiiu.ET Dull at c,ft.
Kt,iirri I-,wer at SI C).
I'oiiK Market dull, alnvxt nominal July,
li oxtSf i.'.j August, aiuur, , t.trmlrr .
419 II9 .( '
LiKii In ralr demand kiul .til,. Jnn.
7 ni&- k7' , July. 7 rt',-7 tri. rbUinir at I
. 57 i', ; August. S" uS.e.IS, closing at
07i.6tn pit Kn.teTlber Urn -lfft -ft' l.
. - . - . .... T v --, "
( ing si s ij r,rv 3i
rl.t &tm.le dl.n1ilu
.... ... ... .1... I.-I nil..,.? '-... . . . - . ." - . ...--.-..r.
I.. I. .us ii. no.- ........iiiii; . , ., a;-sro J ,, 3, Clear Sides. 1
i was Hiiroiiuccti to mm on tue floor , im.i iirra t uj.'c
of the houe by some one. I asked if i
he was related to the Democratic can
didate for the vice-presidency four
Exton's Corn Mills.
Fine Cravnfl anfl BolteA Corn Meal.
Ground Corn and Onte.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
First Ark. VaL Bank!
Tlis oldest rtwwy Ipntllutlmi In tl,. Arkansas
Orders filled rr.mptlr
Ttle;onc to l.slsn t"sl
' , , ,''r,,-M,llCf!',h"r)i Krtg Mrs s-M.r
l to the balloting? , ..-, i;-sbort r s, :
Grrkxsiiuro, Ky.. June 17. C. C.
Morris, a prominent citizen, was as
sassinated yesterday, lie left his home
in tho country on horseback on his
way to town. "Shortly afterward fir
ing wa heard, and a neighbor found
the body lying in the road pierced by
six bullets. His pockets were turned
wrong side out, but it is not supposed
that robbery was the cause of the
deed, which is hroiidcd in mvstcrv.
vear ago, aud he said he was the
identical man. Lngli-h never made
an offer or any stigge?tion that I
should receive money.
There is no charge of that kind
Next day. after the vote was taken,
when I had made a personal explana
tion on the floor of the housp, Wil-on,
of Iowa, said he was -orry I had made
the explanation. Up aid Bavne. when
he referred the dav before in
speech to some one having loft th
hall, did not mean me.
W. II. Engli-h will be examined tomorrow.
Wiihkt Lower at i Io
i:M.Eirr K'onr. lS.Om barrels ; wteat,7.
' bushels; mrn.ri,su bushels; oats, JC,ii
bnhe; rj, 7,i baskets; barley. l.t!
H3. isz. :b:r,o"w nsr.
Douglas Avenue, - Wichita, Kansas.
And Human Hair Goods,
Announces that she will not be under
sold by any t-titablUluneut in tlit
city for ihc next two months,
eith-r at Mlioinwh
Next Door South of Woodman' Dank.
Ficht & Drescher.
W. ti. WODHHAX,
Wu. ft. WOOIHIAX.
WILL.!.. WOOIM..V, Jm.
ll.fs bsrrvls - wh.l1
f.r . l .. ' ' . .' '7 ..
k."h uaueis ; rirn, j-i,aiiu basbels j ot
,.,.... Dusneis; rye, i,h tmstiels; bar!
I Wirrsr Market flrrnert -,'e ror Julr. anl
j '.')'.e ror Augnst
toes: Market higher; iV.c Jurw , S.c
July; 574e August
Oats Market fchigl.errorJnlj'
! I'otue Cnrhangol
I.aki nne MI n,e : Jqiy. August and "sej
:4i; Carpenters & Builders.
Xy tiplte tfie OniUQ Uroeery, ttrtHT'
error iUrkrt treet i-ii
"s ! ternber row l.r.
now behind the urates. Kor some inontli- CLYMER SUICIDED,
she lias been riinnliig a bjw.ly house in I'liii.AiiKLi'HiA. Ta., June 17. It is
the casi pirt of town. .mi., now made known tlmt HeitcrClvmcr
piciou seem, lo point ery -tronsly to took a doe of niornhine the cveuinre
Uradlcy as the sullty man, but it i. not our before his death, influenced by fiiian- . cans and Independents throu'diout
protince io tr inc parties s0 uc will mere- ciai reverse? wiute in ineirou bu$inea. (he slate who would "ladlv avail them
ij ssj an ince i.icts win piobably be
brought out at the coroner's inquest to-day.
iiuuieti hi lerrioieagonv. s.iroI1o- ,i. selves or an nimnrinn u- m f,-rc
fort.s have been made to keep the mat- their anti-Blainc sentiment bv
ter quiet, but the coroner was notified joining auv Kicveturn'. that proini-es
this afiernoon and the bodv will vet concerted nrtinti.
DEATH OF GEN. McCANDLESS.
Piui-iin.riiiA, l'a . June 17. Gen.
Win. McCandle- died this morning.
He ha? been in poor health for years
and was troubled from a wound re
ceived during the war. General Mc
Candless was born in 1SS1. Aflcr the
war lie ws nominated by the Demo
cratic j)rly for secretary of inter
nal affairs arid elected after a spirited
Causes a Fire at Minneanolis. Ivaii in
VlrU-e-V. - X,"..- v. -T.-, - .
"oivn m ivuu man n iciriQiy OUnica.
Minnfui-olis, June 17. Iist even
, ing about 4 o'clock an alarm of fire
was .sounded and it was soon discov
ered that the Bates building was on
( tire. The flame were isuing lroni the
, basement under McConiiell & Welch's
i hardware ?lore. The baement is c
' ciipied liy a liu shop. The tire orig
inated ny Hie filling of a gasoline stove
Willi gasoline from the can
be raied aud an inquest held. HU
wife is liing low from the shock and
it is a qucsti-n whether -he will re
men and corrant methods in notifies.
When not vital (o the question at is-
sue wc pronos-c to vote gencrallr tor
bunker hill day. , the republicans We are willing to
Boston, Juiie 17. Bunker Hill Day J",n t,ie Democrat in putiing such a
was celebrated heartily, especially in maa M Cleveland (Applause.) or Bi-
the Charleston district." Busiaess was ' ar. (Applsuse in the presidential
suspended. chair. Our first duty is to induce the
.... , r , ' r , . ltraoeraU to put up a schI man ; and
,......... .....w,,.t,.,. aut-ic is eccuBa, io ncip litem etect turn.
btcwart Wood, of Philadelphia,
knew of not a. single Indeoendj-nt
LYNCHING IN OHIO.
Moonfield Storey, of Boston, said:i Xkw Ljscixoton, 0-, June 17. Ja-.
We are united to rebuke corruni ' Clifford, who was contintd in tail for
me mnrtier ol iticnartt Mickey, was
taken out la-t night and lynched by a
IkwIv of men who -ucceetlcd iu drug
ging the jailor and securing the key to
while one nothing in the nasi life or nunlio nt
W!U 111 fill. . urn Will l..ll, ...I... . . .e I' y-. .. .
..... ... .... ..,. ,, tivn, nu. ii-iaui-L-s oi .laiiu's i.,. liiaiUC 10 snow
, was uoing uie in inijf. was enteloped that he i not iu complete hannoayj there who liad declared for Bkinr
!'" ,1;,. iVJte,.,J,!.i!!!.K bi'" the .Weet ofcivif. Geo.P.Sawye? $ ifitlaS' 'i
t ""! .v e..., U1U M.-riiccr.-ionii. 'committee of the
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
JliXNE.s.i'OLis, Kan., June 17. The
Fourth of July will be celebrated with
military and civil display, immen.se
firework and a grand military ball in
Tho lianrrsst nf nnr lt irhosf enn
Buffalo, raid a will commence next week. All kind.
strongest men in of crop; are in excellent condition.
THE PACIFIC ROAD.
"Wafiuxoton. June 17. Secretary
Teller hai modified the government
expetl, report on the I'nion Pacific
company, and tiioofliriaL; of the road
now declare them-elve betJ-r '-ati-.
fled. The point of difference : under
ftood to be that the experts failed to
place among lhfsisr'riflin nmottut
duo tho company. Tho rouiisir.l for
the railroad, it is aid. convincei lhe
H-crctarr that these sums are dearly
as-et. bnr the modification Tlie
report a modified will In? mnMdrrabi v
more favorobV to the road Uian the
KANSAS SETTLERS TO BE REIMBURSED
WASiiixr.-rox. D. C June 17.- Th
hows; commit tre on pubJir land i -rectfsd
a favorable rejiort on the bill ap
propriating $i";Jt to retmbtirsiK-r-ons
who jscttJeti upnn or pnrehaw-d
laud-within the grjnt tc i the Xor'h
crn Kansas railroad comaiiv,305 o
whom patents for Mich iarnK were
granted, but again. t nb.jc rtgh' to
the land decision- were rendered by
the United State court on account of
the priority of the land grant to the
railrotd company. The bill provides
Chicago Lire Slock-
T4ey,rMfr;:'nB,;,w, ! Wichita Meat Market,
VlY-'';.. r,LAU: .
pvllnz an4 shipxan. tl oi , Heht Lsc,n
"lHd?iBr; ' All Bb of Fresh and Salt Heals
wel to choice sblpjsar, Wl lii'.V)i n,mm.J
ss,.-'.m' 5??iis PWW Tr.aas,
M k5 J j corn-tea Tisar.s, ii.ofiu '
Sirtir-Eeewtrts. l.'tslj sMpornts. ftote,
rauksi s--aJy Inferior to fair. 3 M
nv-llaaj to srowl M 7e4 10 diotrc to Cra'
I Jrt tn
Aiiierlran Kxehaa; Nai'l Itahk. .V.w Vok
Ktrst atlooal Hank, ..I I UUto, llllool.
IMnk of Kansas Uly, Ksn.'.. tlly, ili.,nrl
Ar now '-.oiiijlix lmr
Sew CerHmoJIous Hunk KhIMIh
No. 33 Main Streot,
Bo a General Banking Business
In all lt hvxlrrn faur lions
On ill atisfsetorr l!atrral seal, itvmal
or rbstlel sil fjn.nittarlm. fh. ,r,Hrr
with Iim fri one .)- to llta i.
5" H tU kU hf Iks UsUat ll Sjle-t lluei
tt .li.M In Ih world. t-ir from all prliu-I
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D'tll.er -Ureetftrs, (. iioMer. r ,rutr.i.
wflis H ileal Im u, luarrlas r oiUi.
btsiies iur'U,f. srvatrleUs In li.. tn.a.H
of Its l'JlUmtl eiimi
Vt Its vwi,t ihaesg-rtnenl r are liellrMa
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W WiKWJiAS Ay
Pioneer Lumber Man!
Of tke irery yii r
Lar sji W4sfts,
Is tie tassicer
asrsau u, ms-. I
i-jaa lac j.Te
f ny taremeat
V Jf. mu i-t
2 car r'l lur
' svert m tr ,
aiwl ttker Is
lax a similar
IW nerrfclr t
layet tor srant
Is frost sf lt
io.liXo. so4 al
so la f rest of Crios Brw. ' 4rj fntl store
aa4 Wos-imaa'a taak Tkaaklajr mr frievi
torpxtt fators. cl sl&iajc a nwtlesauw
U asuas, I vUl prcrmis i at aU tltof &t joa
aSrst-elSM ioh Titnse lhlar aejtilsr Is
B.T Jb will jJe s.4-Jrei bv ttpitfj tss
J. E. KICIiMO-NTD,
Wagon nad Caffiag Maker.
1K)E ALL K1"I OF KKIAJtlU
Urtt Work ( fcp-ltr
with Kls a Col. Makt rtrwt. mli f
fealSAaeaaV WWIs, Ksaas If
UNION MEAT MARKET i
rrrk tsk IA awUMl vm fcwa.1 rtaettf
,rJ.T. a v--ail UU
that the? rtimhtir-mrnt sJnl! h mi t he . VTf? ' " . . ' "
n.tcof$3.ypT aire. i-u 11 a nrxi-jiMr.
Druggists and Grocers.
nwn-tMXX-itrr or tbcmowt iiovjc
h CssstoM 2ti:i sf Pint Iznltr,
IK-fU Attu a4 rt'lf itrt
jul r rsAfstrf il'irf, lfv
J. P. AT.T.-RTJ
Every Thing; Kept in a Ffr$t-C!u$
C Al'L'ST DIKTEK,
CO-N'TRACTOR AND B17ILDEJL
CRICK AND 5T9MCI-
fanle itsi eirsJV ( WltiaU fa.
dZ tf tit lfe -i mra V H aa9(t
MV, iMt'arlmilf.r M1PJ taV saa
Laarreaansat tamlk aaf 1!1 sr A4-t