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WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY -4, 1SS4.
DR. E H. YOST,
ritlClli'.H. ANOSt II'.NTIHI
First Door North of PostoHlce.
I'Jt'H .lu not innlerntitnit tlit I Mil not
lliHiiktiil for the Jiltfn.l jintriiniijrrnf the tetiile
4d WlUiila, li it linslnr tiirii.irtt-l iu trla
tluiin. With ihousunil "'I Iinr.k join" lurthe
lltelli);rlllt Mill llHU'hllVH'U fcliouiiin OlIlllllR
wruam ami omhiiiiii;; vwiai wuiMive j.iii inai
which liioiii'V .-annul l.tiy l-ION, I still
waul jou to rmitiiiiie to i-oiue, .iltliMiih tin'
weather Inilri'tnlliil hot.
Like Mil ihe rest uf iiihiiUii-I. 1 nin k Jill utr to
w urk for tnoner With inc it to the lew )iltr
Inllurs tliHtlslii It. With J on It i-a m.nltcr of
fur prfater iiiiKrtHii'e turn Hint cannot bo
tiiMlputtsl iu tlollars mill rent). So como nlnu;;
antl I wlllhUuil tin' hot weather (is lonai I ran
tin gotM, anil at tho fcauic- time make inline
money, which III every nmi'htliity.
Hut ) on that llvtln town conw early come in
theuool of the ilaj't cuintlieriiiii thrcrowils be
jrln tu como from the country, ft uil-tale-l are
liable to occur urnler tilth 4 iruiiiilaiit'.4 Of
4'ourae luUtakOH are .yirr.-ttetl i-hoiiM there be
any. lint we.loii't want ton.ake an, .mil sol
1I0111 will trample time is allouH lint allow'
lueto lniire tin jour iiiinln thel-iit that the
proper eelettloii uf f-iiectacle to corr.tt the
vision, ami arinlnt nature In retaining the nor
mal comlltlonor the eve, Is a matter that can
not be loorareliilly alleiiileil It, ami xhouM nut
Imilone In liHste.
If you aroricli I ilon't want all jour wealth
for a pair of my leti-ei. While I am 110 1 lieaji
ujitlclan, dealing In cJiiap pioiU, I will not
ask of) on more than jou are willing to iny
after xeeiiiK what Iran 1 for jou II jouare
JKiorilon't let jioicrtj keep im airaj 'I he
xrd known that If aujlioilv nml Boml siht
It in thtiiioor. ho come ami m iiio,:iih1 I 111-0111-ise
you tlie name atteutioti ami same leuni- that
the ricli liae, ami ata price that ou are able
in:. 11. 11 iiiii',
H. R. CAMP,
. Walrlirs, Jewelry A: Sllvt-rwarc.
Ali"i bramh odice foi the TnHdl 'tuttx
Watch (.omphiij. Jrl-'lwo .limnt ait or the
alley Ilouie, KouclaHajenue. .Pi-tl
A. R. GORE'S
IK Till. l'LA(IC TO 4.0 1011
Pfiruvian Beer & Pure icc-Cream.
The Best in tho World.
Main Street Hecoinl door wmlli ol HrJt liect
WATCHMASSE & H3PAIHEE.
Slarlnun's Old Slaml. M Slrwl.
All rooiIr llrst-cla'-u ami all work war-
5j!Sf?i Uein non iilone
XliIll tlie bll-.lne?-.
ami Iraiiij- no
ajicnt ; to )ii, I
haei-'im lmle'l !
riiliiC4i the Jirice
ol III) iiiinriit
to U'j ! t m"
r iuar. b" t li r
then. t V 'a
Niul .3 then It
I11K a h I i.i liar
walk, I woulil
lte i'inlli t'
Inpn t luv walk
In fnnil ir Hie
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! r-, i'ti ii.miiiii , .'.I-. ..-
so lu Iront of lUibldon ltro. ilry pkbN more
1 t f - 1 1 r,t.....1 I.,,, in. trlt.mlK
alio ihmhiiiihii b iinuis. iiidiiKiiih ., -
rorpnst faTorn.aml wlhinpiia rJintlnitin '
thefHiue, I will pnnuii-etoat all time tin j on
11 llritt-cln Job. llioe wUhlii anjthliiK
jny line will pleiiM" aililn-M me tlimiiRli Hi
ixisUiflice. or call on me at 111 re-blcnce
Market Mreet, near utreet-car track
.12i.tr II K r.U.LAMl
i 'i 111; i'i.t k
To Spend the Fourth.
BOATINT,. BiTIIIXfi A FISHIXfi
On tlieltUeraml l.ike.
Racing on the Track.
Merr)-K'0-i-ouu.l. rnioiiet, Criiiiia-Ja, Swine,
anl all nortt.r iTMirtn lu the!riic.
j imc Kwnboih nnI ht a H Time.
nin-AitiMKNT of i iik iNTi:mo!;,-
OrnrK r Imiian AirAiic. J
Wamiim.ton, I). C , .Iiine'Ji. KM. i
Sealetl pi-oiHalH( imltiiitl 4ri-iiMkiU for
tuccoiilructlonfiiii lnilutri.il i-clmol buil'l
luicat the Wk-hlta Acency, lmliau Irrriturj,"
will tierccelrctl at thli oilire until l.'o'clock
nierliliau, Wclnefliy, the ;totli of .Inly, 1n?1
The I'lilhUnj: 1 to lie of brick, to b Airuinlictl
anil .lrllvaretl on the i-lte or the luill.lliiR bj the
repreiientatlve t.fthe Imllans ; to be two lone-,
JOAtwrcct with two WlllRt, 2i-torle, 5!l!ircct
Otmipletc plain ami (-jiocitlcatlon i-f the woik
to l .lone ciin be rvaiulnej at the otlieo or
llltkell Jt WtKxl, Ti.'kn, Knr.M-t; the Lai.lk.
at Wichita, Kansas, ami the (;l.ic-i)rmvnt,
. St. Ixhi1. Mo
M The ctintrart will be awanletl to the lowet
" responnlbl blililer or biiMers, eubject to the
approval of the Secretarj-of the lulcrior. The
right Is, however, rei-cncsl to rejo-t any anil
all tiiJ, If ilccmcil Tor tlie best Interest of the
t'ropoal must Mate the length of time tv-
tiulre.l for the completion of the building after
the approi al of the contract.
C'KltTItlKll 4 lIKtK-
K'very bbl iuut lie arooinpnietl h a certiGctl
rlieck iiln bome Unlt4 state. .U'iKisiiory, for
at lct ,irc (S) per rent, of the amount ol the
proHiwil. iiaablc to the onlerof the Lonuiiit
hlonri or lmftan Affalrt ; whlrh check, will be
forfeited to the Unlte.1 stales In cate any bitltler
receiving an award shall fall to execute a con
tract with good and MttUcIent Min-lles; otlier
wle to be returnett to the bidder
The contract will provide for three pa; mem.
two of whlrh will be made at eurh Mnpetof the
work as will fully protect the United Statro,
the lant jvapnent to be made when the Imllillcp
is accepted, lllils Tor cot of entire butldliiir
amounting to over fourteen thomaud dollars
V (ili.u1.10.uu) will not beconUercl.
" 11. i'kici:,
THE VALLEY CITIES.
Notes From the Growing Towns
A cooerhoi is hcins built near the
.1. T. IUbbard had roasting-ears for din
ner yesterday from his garden.
Several car-loads of threshing machines
hate lately arrived from Illinois and In
diana, ha ing nothing there to do.
Irp. John Murphy and Miss Lizzie Kicb-ard.-on
started yesterday for Colorado
Springs for a month's visit.
A. Vaughn, of the commission firm of
Vaughn 4V Co., ofKansas City, was iu this
vicinitv cstcrday iewiug the immeuso
wheat fields and making acquaintances
among the grain dealers.
Two tailors came down from icuita
Tuesday romewhat under the inilucncc of
lnjuor. After they arrived they became
more so. One of them, John Kriding, baid
he got into the Chinese laundry and got so
full they put hint to bed and got $203 of his
V. T. Kceler was arrested and held in
$1,000 bail, and was tent to jail lor lack of
Joseph Leeds, general lrcight agent of
the Atchison, Topcka A; Santa Kc, was in
Y. J. bavage is out in Meade county on
the look for laud.
The fireworks display will be on the open
ground just north of the -Ktna mill.
T. 11. Wall, of Wichita, will address the
multitude nl McMahan's grotc at 11 o'clock
The mail tr.iiu 011 tin-Southern Kansas
road was two hour- late yesterday.
ie-tcrday forenoon 'Square Cildvell'n
court was occupied in securing a juiy in
the ca-e agaiu-t I.d. Mnuey, ol Hie Clii-
Tlie 1'rOM of to-day appears as tlie best
and biggest paper ever ist-ticd in .Stunner
Southwell's I.lsht (iuanl band will do
Iheir lic.st to make the day a pleasant 0110
The celebration to-day will be concluded
by a grand ball, to be gicn by the military
cumpnny at Wood's opera house this cwn
iug. rout th of July iu the city to-day.
l'or the pa't year Wellington lias made a
hcallliy and igorous growth. Its borders
liae been enlarged and its solidity has
been incrcjcd. Many new buildings of a
suhitantial character hae bteu erected and
old ouet iinptovrd. Among the many ex
cellent improvements may be noticed the
solid paving and guttering of our streets.
Our crowded streets, busy marts and well
stocked liiitim'tt houses give us niiuirof
permanence never before seen.
There lias been a weak attempt to create
the impassion that I would have had
'sipiire Caldwell find Lundy Hawkins
guilly of selling liipior. 1 have no desired
to mar the judge's good reputation for
fairness and impartiality. There was no
evidence showing that Hawkins sold beer,
hence he was justly set free. That con
viction still remains that beer was sold in
tlie Wolliugcr building, however.
Sumner's immense wheat crop is nearly
all in tlie shock.
Thetirsl new wheat received iu this mar
ket va from the farm of A. Allowayyanil
airived Wcsncsday, July "ud. It was
plump and dry, of the 1'ultz variety, aud
was purchased liy 1'olks .t Cannon for fit)
cents per bti-hcl.
Chief Kngineer Wood, of the Ft. Scott &
Wichita, was in the city yesterdiy, and
savsdlit will l In Illinois aiulCoiiwuv
townships in a lew days.
The i'ACt.K't prediction about the rail
roads of southern Kaunas is full of interest
to,pur eitieiis. One fact that developed
here this week sctms to corroborate that
guess. The bojs or the S. IC. Kailroud are
investing Ireely lu a lately born town
twelve miles west of Harper.
There will be a meeting of those inter
ested in building an KpUcopul church, nt
the ptrlors ol the Arlington, to-night.
Kalph (.tllhric, who went out to Xuvv
Mexico a fevv;monthsigo iu full health, is
on his way home, seriously alllicted with
rheumatism. Duke went Tuesday to meet
him at Xeu ton, hut the w reck on the Santa
l"o has detained them. I.cdru (.uthrie,
I'-ip, started yc-trday to help bring him
Ir. J. A.Maggard Is able to be out again.
Tom llicliaril-on will be at the Democrat
ic convention at Chicago next Tuesday.
Dr. J. A. Hunt was called to Hello l'laiue
yi'sterda) lo consult Willi the attending
phicinii on the case of Mrs. J. Mason,
who Is ilangoiously sick.
i.. s. Cnggawcll and L 0. Newton are
just loniplctiiig two vcrv neat lenience- in ,
the snulhiTii pat t of this city.
At ul. .McDonald, 1"-. is stillciing from
the cllccln 'of a suustiokf al hi- home in
.Mrs. Drucilla WiUon, of Lawrence, de
livered :t veiy interesting temperance Ice
tttii' Tue-dav evening.
.'apt. J. W. lVlcrs pas-cil through this
city jeslotil ty leturuing Irom his eastern
Wouldn't nu like to be a boy again just
forto-dajf How tho liiecraeker, parade,
gtcased-pole and fireworks would lie rn
jojed to the fullest extent.
The sporting committee will start the fun
at ." o'clock In-day on thcThiid ward school
Jo-eph 1'iice took charge ol tho Welling
ton coil yard on the lt Inst. Mcrs. llar
lctt.V Woods will make a specially o! the
The .Kin i mill has been put in good
trim for a "ive at new wheat.
The Santa r'e 1-saiil to be ahead on cattle
shipment- from the territory this vear. The
diivo to litinnewell is obstructed by the
larc numlier of l'.ij tie's aJmirrrs. Maybe
r.i)iie Is n railioad man.
There is nothing that adds more materi
al! to the attractiveness and convenience of
city than nice, good and smooth shluwnlks.
It therefore afford Us pleasure to note the
Improvement" being mide iu till
particular direction in thl city
manv of the old board walk- giving place
to fine asphaltum or stone naveinent-. One
ot the finest of the latter that we have re-1 Hubbard, of Texas, has been approv
cenily noticed, is that jttn completed j ed bv a large number of correspond-
arouud and on the proper! of Cash Hen
derson, on the comer of Water and WI1
lianis street". The walk is or blue lUg
stotie. from the Ft. -?cott quarries of Hack
er .t Jack-on. is ix feel wide, and extend"
a distance of l.V feet
on Williams aud 148 I
reel on Water street". The walk Irom the DELEGATES ARRIVING,
gate to the house and around either side, is CIpA(JO Jnlv 3.T,M. Louisiana
of the same material but only about half as ,lek.,,a,i0I1 , ,ne Democratic national
wide. It was laid by that skilled work-' convcnti0n has been announced to ar
taau, James Dunn, which i- sufficient -, r;vc for tl,e last few da s and the local
sitraucc of in excellence in this repcct. reception committees have been on the
In all there arc about 000 feet of this walk lookout to receive the members prop
about Mr. Henderson's residence, and a ' crly but this afternoon they abandon
more sub-tantlal and beautiful pavement ' ed "the effort. It i not expected that
cannot be found iu the city. Ile-tdes ad-1 any considerable body of delrgates
ding greatlv to the beauty of the general will arrive before Saturday morning,
.t.tn.iin... o nut ... wi.iv ...rtst.,.) when the entire state's delegatiou wilt
t.v ,ii who live h that nart o'r the dtv. a.
It U nearly a- smooth as a floor, and will be ,
nice and dry in all Kinds of weather. V e
hope to see other property owners follow
the example set by Cash Henderson, and
replace their board walKs with flag-tone. I
In the long rtitt it is the cheapest, a it will J
la't a lifetime, and once properly laid, will I
need but little tt any repair lor ycar
1). 1. Alexander, of this city, who has a
contract for the first twelve mile of grad
ing west of Harper, will go to workitnme-iliatclv.
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
To-day is our one hundred and eighth
anniversary as a free and Independent na
tion a day recognized and honorcd.by bon
fires and happy congratulations.tnroughou t
the entire length and breadth of the land as
the one on which occurred the most im
portant epoch in the history of America
that of signing the Declaration of Inde
pendence. Few among the hundreds and
thousands who assemble to-day and listen
to the reading of that declaration, realize
the struggles, triumphs and failures of
our forefathers in accomplishing their!
freedom from the bonds of tyranny with
which they were oppressed, and handing
down to us a new world, free and indepen
dent. They not alone declared themselves
Iree and independent, but njsolvcd to pub
lish their declaration to their countrymen
and lo the world. The Declaration of In
dependence is the most important paper
ever written by human pen or delivered
by human lips. It was tho signal
lor the people to rise from their bondage in
Kurope aud America.
The first reading of
the Declaration of Independence occurreu
In Philadelphia on July 8, 177C. It had al!
the attractions of novelty, all the force of
deep conviction. Happy the men who
heard for the firBt time its germ of wisdom,
happy those who could to hail its truths.
"Wc believe," exciaitned the first confess
ors and martyrs, "that all men are born free
and cijutl; wc believe lu our inde
struetablc rights; wc proclaim ourselves
independent." It is difficult for us to-day
to realize the intcuse interest of the peo
ple, their unbounded joy, as this paper was
read. Yet that same patriotic lire and love
of liberty exists to-day as it did over a hun
dred years ago, and is the incentive to
these gatherings, these celebrations and
congratulations which will continue as
long as time shall last, or until freedom and
independence are no longer known iu
i'i.ci:s ok cKi.i:itK.no.NS.
There will be celebrations in this county
to-day at Carey's aud Kiverside parks,
Schvvcitcr's firove, Clearwater, Mt. Hope,
Sunny Dale, Mil! vane and (iarden 1'laiu.
To-night there will be a ball at the opera
house under the auspices of the (1. A. i:.,
and one al the skating rink by tlie Knights
OltATOKS Of THE HAY.
W. It. Wall will deliver the oration at
W. It. Hammond will expatiate on
American Independence at Garden TMain
I'liomas Jetrersou Shelton, I'.xi-, will hold
down the oratorical platform at Clearwater.
W. V. Walker will orate at Mttlvanc.
O. II. llciiticy will filk to the people at
Joe Houston will deliver the oration at
John Millner will he the orator at fecit
t). W. Clones will addrcs the people at
A joung man In the employ of I'oot
llro's as a deiver of one of toeir trau-ifer
wagons, and a man of all work about the
stables, named Otis Mauck or Maucli,
In company with six or eight
other-, last evening, after supper
hour look a wagon and went up the Little
At Kansas, crossing the bridge and going
around iu the bend for a bath. After
stripping and stepping down into the wa
ter, he asked If the water was deep. One
of the boys answered, "Yes, deep enough
to drown )ou." In a moment more,
and buforo any one was awatc of the fact,
lie was beyond his depth. What caused
him to sink or why he could not he rescued
docs not appear. As soon as the news was
brought to town a number went up for the
purpose of recovering the body, If possible,
but up to this writing, eleven o'clock, they
have been unable to find it, but probably will
before midnight, as the water at that point
moves Imt sluggishly. Mauck wasasinglo
man, perhaps twenty-three or twenty-four
years of age. He had been lu the employ
of Hoot llros. for some three months, was
most exemplary, sober and indus
trious. Wc could ascertain noth
ing as to the whereabouts of his
friends further than he has a relative living
at or near Hutchin-ou where he also owned
a claim or piece of land.
Mrs, M. K. Lease, the Kingman lady
who wrote tho temperance articles for the
1'aOI.K a few weeks since, made us a pleas
ant call jcsteiday morniug, accompanied
by her little daughter. Mrs. Lease will for
the present make her home in this city, her
hu-hand bcingin Aldncii & llrown's drug
store, and feels very desirous of becoming
fiinii'tltitnil with imir 1i-t non tile, wlin wo.
fc.. ,.,.,, .... ,.rp,,lv"eniov her acouain.
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' at the
and Iricudsbip. Mr. L. is stopping
Douglas Avenue house.
The Cerium M. I'. Sunday school will
hold a basket picuie in chweiter's grove,
southeast of the city to-day. I'very prep
aration has been made for a day of enjoy
ment, and a cordial invitation is extended
to the public to attend.
A'iviii.son, July 3. While the four-ifcn-vear-old
(laughter of the shurifl
of Brown county was giving the pri-
oners of the Hiawatha mil their sup-i
per, Chris. Long, a noted hor-e thief,
iu some manner got his cell door open i
and made Ins escape Irom tlie jail.
The girl was very much frightened
and went into htcncs and lay in
that condition all evening. By the
time the populace had discovered the
cause of her illness Long had put sev
eral miles between him and Hiawatha.
He stole an old horse from Mr. Wal
ters, near town, after 11 o'clock that
night upon wnich he got safely out of i
TEXAS DELEGATION EN ROUTE.
Galveston, July 3. From Texas
delegates to the Chicago convention it
is learned that extensive correspon
dence between southern delegates has
been carried on looking to concerted
action on their part in presenting the
names of southern men to till the
temporary and permanent chairman
snips ot iuccomiu: cuuveiuitiii,
name of ex-Governor Richard It.
ing delegates for presentation as cith
er permanent or temporary presiding
ollicer. The Texas delegation leaves
for Chicago to-morrow morning by
the Missouri Pacific, starting trotii
Dcnison iu a bodv.
be here. Chairman Daniel Manning,
.-.i. "-.-.- --..i- .ti,.:.. ,..t v-
jominjltcm!lI1 &mn ' arc . '
n(v,,.i . -rr;v trt.m-.rrr.v,- The Von-
pected to arrive to-morrow. The New
vnrt- ,li..mitini, is r.Ti,-in,l m l.nl.l
caucus Satiirdav niht upon the re-
Btiltof which "Teat Interest uaturallv '
St. Loris, July 3. It is learned
from official source that C. IL Chap
pell's declination of the general man
agership of the Wabash railroad is
Presentation at Paris To-day,
to the United States, of the
Colossal Bronze Statue.
THE PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS
AGAINST OKLAHOMA IN
VADERS. Ex-Senator Kellogg Writes a Letter
Concerning the Star Route
EX-SENATOR KELLOGG'S LETTER.
Washixoton, I). C, -Tilly, 3.
i Ex-Senator Kello;'"; Bent the following
i tetter to vitainiiau opnusur
Washington, D. C. July 3.
Sin: 1 have just received the testi
mony of Attorney General Brewster
given before your committee. I ob
serve lie is reported as having -.tat cd
that he had investigated the charges
alleged of improper interference with
the star route jury, and there was no
proof or foundation whatever for any
charges made against Brewster. The
Cameron connection in this matter, I
think, l- tin? : Brewster is
taken, or his memory fails
Among other proof and charges
which have been made are those con-
tained in a letter written recently by
ex-United State marshal (J. K. Jlenrv ,
i wfll known, highly respect etl antl
credible ircutlcutan. lleurv writ.
that Brewpter ami Cameron came lo
him before the lir.-t trial and wanted
him to put on three names as
taili'Miian, giving the reason that
the attorney general would rath
er give $2."i,000 than have the defend
ants escape; that the jury
could thus be arranged, at least to dis
agree. Henry says, I refused to become
a parly to such villainy. The Attor
ney General then tent for me, anil Haiti
if the trial failed, the country would
hold mo responsible. His talk savor-
cd of a felumii speech. 1 louiiii a par -
tial excuse on the ground that he was
under the intlucuce of Honor. I heard
Gen. Bliss say he didn't think Dorey
Miould be convicted, as there was no
evidence against him. The Attorney
General's barber was daily with one
or two of the juror's, and I
"aveonlv an outline of the infamy.
IveHogg continual will venture toay
f voti will call Ex-Mar.-hal llenrv.Col
Ainger, late post master of this city,
and also Win. Dickson, formeily of
the star unite jury, together with
other witnesses whose names they will
furni-h, much light will be thrown
upon this most important matter.
Signed " W. P. lvi:i.i.oo(i.
Washington, P. C,
The .senate resumed the consideration
of the bill to ferfeit unearned lauds
granted the Atlantic & Pacific railroad
continued his remarks
Liinikiin (it niij iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiriivniiiiir
. ..- 1 -i . ... .:!..-
ciTr"M " "" .!"."-, i .....c
for the reference to the
ported to the senate to-day, with
amendments to the bill introduced by
senator Cullom, to provide for the
construction of the Michigan and
Mississippi rivers canal.
Blair said all this effort to forfeit
land grants an
id restore.the 200,000,000
read of in the newspa -
acres that we read of in tlie newsp:
per, liy the mean of this great move
ment to destroy vast rights and hum-1
bug American people with the idea
that they were to recover a vast por-1
tion of public'domaiu, would simmer
tlown to getting one-twentieth part of
what the people expected to recover. '
lie was opposed to all the land grant ,
forfeiture bills now before congress, i
They were radically wrong. They j
were against sound policy in fact,
the- were humbug-.
jn coining to a vote, Morgan's
amendment was agreed to; yeas 31,
Sherman thought this left the bill a I
mere naked declaration of forfeiture,
leaving the possession of the land to j
the companies. It was .pi'ite proper ,
to have the courts preparedto protect
everybody's rights, but the actual po
ses-ion of the land by the govern-1
I ment should follow the declaration of
forfeiture. He therefore moved an1
amendment, which was agreed to.pr-i-viding
for the resumption of the title
of the Union Pacific, and declaring
the lands a part of the pub
lic domain, but not subject t-i
disposal under the general
laws until alter the termination of the
legal proceedings prescribed by this
act. The bill then pasted. The .sen
ate insisted on its amendments to the
forfeiture bill, and ordered a com-
i tiuttee of conference.
1 On motion of Hill the postal tele
graph bill was laid before the senate in
order that it may stand as unfinished
hu-me-s for to-morrow.
five eeion adjourned,
Washington, I). C.
It was ordered that the hour of meet
ing for the house on Saturday be tl
o'clock. The conference report on the
Fourth of July claims bill was agreed
Town-licnd moved that the house
resume the consideration of the Mexi-
j can pension lull. Alter -everai roll
calls the motion was agreed to. There
was much opposition to the bill mani-
i festcd, and Hewitt, of Alabama, aud
Hardeman interjected several motions
to adjourn, which were voted down,
but which rendered progress with the
, bill very -low. Town-htnd said iu
response to an inquiry, that the house
would not adjourn until the lull wa-pa-ed.
Pending further action to the con
ference representatives on bills to re
lieve certain soldiers front the charge
of desertion, and to establish a local
branch -oldiers" home in one of the
O'Neal, of Mi-souri, of the commit
tee oil labor, reported two joint reso- ,
lutions, which were placed upon the
house calendar, proposing contitn-
lional amendment- coulernng on '
congress power to limit the hour- of
labor in textile and other manufactur
ing e-tabli-hments, and prohibiting
state- from hiring convict labor.
The senate amendments to the for
tifications appropriation bill were non
concurred in, aud Randall, Forney and
Keifcr appointed conferee-. The ;
house then resumed consideration of !
the Mexican pcniou bill. Hewitt, of
Alabama, rai-cd a point of order that
the house must consider in committee
of the whole me senate amendments
granting pensions to the w idows of
soldiers ol the Mexican war who were
married after their discharge. The
speaker sustained the point of order,
-"-d the house provided for the con-
sidcration of the amendments, but
the opponents of the measure resolv
ed to filibustering tactics and left the
house without a quorum.
A A a 4)in i-lt aT lvrt ItAitsA i rwtfw&
was taken until to-morrow morning ;
at 5 o'clock. I
' Tlie following correspondence has
ii..;t..,i ttJ .. . .r. - 1
circuit court of the oiieU.on of title ;,, (f WlcoIor 0f Imliana, agent
to the IhikI alter forfeiture. Dolnh f u iniH!U,s at l'i.ni agency, Ari-
suppor ed Morgan'., amendment w stcvcu3 & Xc'vada.
Senator Jones, of the senate, re- ,.,,,' , ..;.... ., " .i. it!i,i
taken place by- telegraph between
Freliughuyscn, secretary of state, and
Morton, American minister to Paris,
in regard to the presentation on the
Fourth of July, by France to this
country of the colossal bronze statue.
Liberty Enlightening World, which
has recently been completed at Paris.
MORTON TO FREUXailUYSEX.
Paris, June 4. Hon. Fred. J. Fre
liuirhuvseu, sucrctarv of state: The
' French government, desiring
I to associate ' itself with tinder
taking the Franco-American
i union committee, the president of the
. council proposes to join with the pres
! ident's committee in the informal
i transfer of the statue of Liberty to me
as the representative of the president
of the United States, pursuant to a
resolution of congress of March, 1877.
The French Minister of Marine also
proposes to furnish a war vessel for
its transportation to the Uuited States.
Tho pprpninnv of nresentatiou is fixed
! for the fourth of July.
Signed Lkvi P. Morto.v,
KKKUI'OIIUYSr-N TO MORTON.
DKPAItTMUXT OF STATE, )
Washington, June 30. )
Levi P. Morton, Minister to Pans
Sir : I am directed by the president
to instruct you, as tho representative
of the United States government, to
attend the ceremonies at Paris on the
Fourth of July, incident lo tho pre
sentation to lliis country of tho colos
sal bronze statue, "Liberty Lnlightcn
iujr World, and on behalf of the
mis-' president to make known its accept
him. i aitce. You will avail voursclf of the
opportunity to express the thank of
j n,c trovernincut and the people of
(ie United States for the statue as a
: ,voru of art and tin a movement of
abiding friendship to the people of
France. You will as-ure the V ranee
American union commit tee, the presi
dent of the council and citieits of the
French Republic, that the American
people return most heartMy the friend
ly sentiments which prompted this
noble gilt to America.
Fiu:d. T. Fkixingiiuyskn.
Iu the contest election tse of (Jraig
vs. Shelly, of Alabama, the house com
mittee on elections to-day decided to
renort iu favor of Craiir- It was also
1 agreed to renort in lavor ol .Maginms
' in the contested ca-e of llotkins vs.
' Matrinnis. of Montana. Slicllv and
Maghinis are sitting members.
Belmont has Iren authorized by the
house committee on foreign affair.- to
report the following resolution as a
substitute for Representative May-
burirs lotttt re-olulioii, introduced
j i0ln7, tim(. sj ,, Erecting tUo prc,;
uent to open negotiations lor tlie re
newal of the Canadian reciprocity1
treaty of IS.'m. That, in the opinion
of the hou-e clo-er commercial rela
tions with other states on the Ameri
can continent would be of mutual ad
vantage, and that should the executive
see lit to consider the propositions for
freer commerce w ith the dominion of
Canada, such negotiations would be
viewed with favor.
Washington, July 3. Nomina
tion' John T. Morgan, chief justice
of (he supreme court of Idaho ; John
i W. Lacev, of Indiana, chief justice of
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lut- rniiii,iii luitt. v.. ii i uii.iii
. ... - ..
Clarence Piillcn, of Is'ew Mexico, stir-
States mint at Carson City.
Consuls to the United States
George T. Bromley, of California;
Tien Tsiu; " Henry May,
Brent, Cahlas; Archibald Jv. Brown,
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, ,avisVr I'o,..,VvlSia SL I'ai De
,, ,,', ,- ... n,'ltli ,lf T...
Trieste; Ja. A. Jones, of Ma'sachu
setir, Aden; Amos P. Learned, of New
York, Sydney, X. S.: II. Shackelford,
of Peniisj Iva'nia, Xantes; Leonard B.
Smith, ol Maine, Curaco.
The president ha- issued a proclama
tion warning all per-ons intending to
take forcible posse ion of the Okla
homa lands, in the Indian territory,
that the military forces of the United
States would heuoctl, if necessary, to
remove all such intruders.
To avoid tho possibility of import
ing cholera from France into this
country through the mails, the Briti-h
government will he tequested to
thoroughly disinfect all French mails
pa-sing through inland to this coun
try. Washington, ). C. July 3.
The sundry civil appropriation bill, a
reported liy the senate committee, increase-
the 'appropriation, a- compared
with the hou-e biil, in round numbers
!?3,800,000. making the aggregate ap
propriation a little over .-JO,000,000.
Nominations Lebaron, II. Cole, of
Rhode l-Iand, United State judge of
the Find imhr.al circuit; Lliarlcs &.
Xeanev, ol Illino s. Chiet .Ju-tice of
the territory of Utah: J. E. ) Cous
ius.of Mis-ouri. Marshal ol the United
j State- for the ca-tern district of Mis
I souri. Po-tmasiers Win C Whit
I ncy. Cawkcr City, ICat.Ni
1 WA&iiiNtiTON, July 3. It seems
j tolerably certain that congress will
i close itspre-ent -e ion by noon, Mon
j day next, the last regular appropria
, tion bill- having been paoil by the
, -eiiafe to-dav . All nb-olutelv necc
sary work of congre remaining un
finished is now in the conference com
mittee. A propo-ition has been under
consideration to take a recess from
Saturday for It n Mty-so as to cover
the contention period, but thi- ha
been set a-ide a impracticable tinder
the circumstances It wa- deemed
best to hurry through the appropria
tion bill- anil get awav as soon a- pn
I GOOD ENOUGH.
' Washington, I . C. Jul 3. The
j Fit John Porter bill failed to pass the
' senate over the president- veto by a
vole of 27 to 21.
' Washington, D. C. June 21 Indication-
for the uppor Missouri anil
, Arkana- river valleys : Mi-souri
partlv cloudy, local t'lower-; wind",
generally cast to south; stationary
Washington, Julv 3 The comp-
troller ot'thc currency received the
' report of the 'receiver of the Marine
Nationtl bank to-day. The comp-
trailer says he has not had time to go
through the -cheduiY-. and examine the
report in detail, but from the fact lliat
me proven ctauu aiiiuuuiiuM,iw,ini
and the assets are estimated &- good
as $3,01"',.V-5, he had no donht an a
ses-ment will be made agaiust the
shareholders of the bank.
Panis. July 3. The chamber of de-ptitie-
adopted a bill for the revision
of the constitution by a vote of tU
Marseille, July 3. There were
eight new cases of cholera reported
since noon to-day. No further deaths
Tocxo.v, July 3. Seven -mr-on-have
ltcn attacked with cholera -incje
Hits monting. There werr five death
since that hour.
THE NEW CUBAN TREATT.
Madrid. Julv 3. The eomnii-ton
of officials from the winistcrie5 of
colonies, finance, and foreign affairs
will to-morrow begin me discussion
-'- L'uitetl States MinUtcr Foster of
tDe proposed nqw trety of cotnmeree
between America an.l Cuba.
W. -.. - J ' ,, 1n.r.PnT - I' "V,.!!- 1 a t n 't-
lli-Jll-Ji (111 II V-lii.LTi . till VilllsU
Delegates Arriving and Exten
sive Preparations are
OTTAWA- SUNDAY SCHOOL
Other Interesting Telegrams From all
Parts of the Country.
THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVEN
TION. CitiCAOo, July 3. The gathering of
the Democratic clans at Chicago goes
on, but slowly. A number of scatter
ing delegates "from distant points, and
one solid delegation, that of Califor-
ma, are here, but as yet things in the
locai Jioiiucat worm aru cunip;.r;uii;-
ly quirt. Tho sub-committce on ar -
rangements of the national committee
have been hard at work here for the
past week, but so far their labors have
been iu the direction of arranging and
perfecting the innumerable details ot
me couveutiou. me
changes iu the
hall are about completed, aud it is ex
pected that the theatre chairs for the
delegates aud the other seats
will be put into position to-night. It
has been tlccided to light the hall with '
electricity, which will not only illumi
nate the building better, but al-o in
sure a much cooler atmosphere W. I
11. Baruiim, chairman of the national '
committee, did not arrive to-day, nj
expected, but will be hero in the,
morning. Among tho passengers on j
the New York limited express whir It '
came to-day were Dave J. Manning,
chairman of the New York state com-1
niittec, accompanied by Edward
Cooper and A. Dozer, other Empire
state democrats, Anion"; them are '
two delegates Mr. Mantling said
that he did not come here
with music and bluster to nominate
Cleveland, but ho came as a Democrat
who believed that the best interests of
the party would be subserved by Mr.
Cleveland's nomination. According to
Mr. Manning's calculation Cleveland
will have 48 or a majority of the
New York delegation. An important
caucus of the Sow Vork delegation
will be held on Saturday night, at
which Cleveland's strength will be
actually determined. Rclorrlng to
thi- proposed meeting Mr. .Man
ning said, we do not proj.o-e to iinl.l
this caucus unless all the delegate- are
present. Wc have no desire to lake
."Ullll I lf,l, llll Ilia ! IIS It -,
number of delegates who will work
it, I,., id... ..r.i.iiiit.tP.1. U'.. I. -.v.. ....
inntu itiilictn-iitf lr I- ISMi'iti li-i i t
ludginent. .Mr. t-lower li
ni.;,i;ni, . n...t Mr it-it.H-nr w ,.
good man. but wc do not think he has
as fair a show ol carrying Xew Vork
is Mr. Cleveland has. Tho California
delegation brought word that from
fifteen to twenty prominent Demo
crats would arrive Satiirdav.
open elaborate headquarters, anil
work in the interest of Justice,
Field. The California delegates i
themselves, however, have announced
that they will inaugurate a cumpatint
against Mr. Field, and thoir bef uf-,
forts he given to secure tlicwiiomina
tion of Tilden iu spite of his letter;
but if that should prove impossible,
they will work and vote as a unit for
Thurman. The national sub-committee
requested that as soon as the
various delegations have perfected j
their organization they will send a '
list of their chairmen, vice-presidents I
and committeemen to tho national
committee rooms at the Palmer house,
ami it is requested that such notifica
tion be sent in as early as possible.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSEMBLY. !
Oitawa, July 3. There was a very -good
attendance on the ground- of
the Sundaychool assembly to-day,
and an appreciative audience greeted t
Bishop W. Nindc, ot the ALL church,
this morning at the tabernacle, when , Carman II Young, appeal from Atch
he preached i a jiowcrful scruion, 1st i-on county ; reverse!, opinion by
Corinthian?. 15th chapter and oSth Hurd, J.
verse. In the afternoon Rv J.
Palmer lectured on 'European ""rav
el," at tho conclusion of which
Dr. Ilurlhert made the presotitttiuu l
diplomas to those who hail pa-- d their
examination m the children- !.. i
The last meeting of the C. !...('.,
round table took pl.tec at ." o'clocl, ;
and there were twenty-four applica
tions to join the ciicle. lu the even
ing a iii.tguiliccut concert was given
under the superintendence of Prof.
Sherwin, totnery large and entlni-t
sia-tic audience. To-morrow the!
closing -ercics wilt take tilac-. Rev.
John II. Newman. 1). D., will deliver
an oration at 10 o'clock. At half past
2 o'clock a festival hour of inu-ie and
addres-es will take place, at which
Wallace Brttee will deliver an original
poem. The farewell meeting will be
held to-morrow evening, when ad
dresses will be made by dillerent per-peron-.
Senator Plumb will proba
bly he at the assembly and deliver an
addre-s if able lo conio.
Kansas City. July 3. Tho Jour
nal's Omaha special savs : A wind
storm vi-ited ea-tem Nebraska la-t
night. Two -.oMiers on their way
from the city to the fort were struck
by a falling tree, one, Henry Gardner,
being killed, the oilier Private Wam
estatf, had both leg- broken. Numer
ous fence- and trees were blown
down. "At Freemonf, forty mile
west, the court housewns unroofed,
Kittle'- large warehouse was demol
ished ami a number of other buildings
were damaged. Samuel Anderson
dropped dead from freight. At
Steuart a school house was blown
down, and other buildings Injured. A
-mal! boy was blown half a mile, but
was not hurt The storm did consid
erable damage w he revcr it touched
Dayton, Ohio, July 3. A violent
wind -torm, followed by a heavy rain,
passed through the southern portion
of Dayton this evening. Uprooting 4
trees and unroofing hou-a-. Kci-t
grocery was blown down aud his
goods "ruined; barns in the rountry
were up-et. A general damage lo
wheat i- reported.
Caiko, July 3. FJ Ilazar, the great
est Mohammedan university, after a
sccrut conclave, ha pronounced in
favor of the Matihis rehgiou-daim-.j
El Hazur hatl hitherto denied the
Madid'- pretentions. This df-ctiou. it
is believed, will ltave an imiorttii in
lluence on Senoa-ei and othur tribes.
Suakim di-p.itche- -tatc that friendly
natives made a -orlic and kilttti two
reiel- and aptnrl sever-d prisons. !
Yankton, I3koia, June X Crop
prospect- were never betlcr. Rain
has b-en abnudanl and well distribut
ed. There U a -mall acreage of wheat
this ,year 1 about enough for home I
consumption. The tncrea-s in Use
acrsige of corn and flax is fifty pr
cent. Com -tnd lire feet on an
average, and flax i ,trong and vigor- j
on-. Oats and baric) are vcrv prom-.
i'tng. Rye 1 ready to mt. fl yield j
of even-thing will Ire mneb larger per!
ere tban lar-t vcar. urorw m ce
Retl riTcr valley are in fine condiiica, j
ten por ccat. txitter than at the taSat:
tlmt- Iai year ; acreage, 10 per ct,
TROUBLE IN PANAMA.
Panama, via Galreston, July S.
The suuerior court of Panama im-
j peached Dr. Cercvera. president of
-fthe state of Panama, for bribery, and
named, licneral Kutse, sccontl vice-
president, as president. Doctor Cere
vere refused to leave tlie presidential
residence. He is surrounded by
about one huudred armed friends and
has fifty police armed with Remington
rilTes. President Ruise demands the
, building through Ibanese, commaud
: ant of the Panama garrison. Ibanese
has seven ltundred well armed rneu.
I An English man of wan is expected on
the station line within forty-eight
. hours. The French and American
interests arc wholly unprotected.
I There is some fear of a repetition of
' the rCTOiulon 0f 1879 wu;ch W0UbJ
l'c very disastrous for the canal com
Chicago, July 3. Cherric Jfc Co.,
dealers in pig iron aud nails, tiled a
voluntary assignment to-day. Liabil
ities. $3.50,000; assets nomiuallv, $7W,-
000, and actually at least $60,000 of
The failure was precipitated by pnr-
cliasc Ot ten thousand tons Ot pig
iir0:t, worth about ir200,000 at high
prices, aud borrowing $120,000 on it
, from the banks. The batiks called for
the moncv, and several other debts
. fell due, the companv not being able
to pay iu full and have a large surplus.
Boston, July 3. Whittcman, Caliot
& Co., dry goods commission mer
chants, made an assignment to-day.
Liabilities not known, but said to be
large. The firm owned ami ojterated
the South Shore iiilU at Hingliain.
SURRKME COURT OPINIONS.
Topeka, Kan., July 3. The su
preme court tiled opiuions to-day as
A. W. Bc!iU vs. G. T. Enbanks; er
ror front Jackson county; reversed.
Opinion by Ilortou, C. J.
Doggett", Bassett . Hills company
vs. Beit ci Stevens, etal; error irom
i Phillips eoiiiitv; utliriucd. Opinion by
P. C. Weir vs. the Travelers' insur
ance company: error from Greenwood
county: allirmcd. Opinion by Ilor
tou, C. J,
The State of Kansas vs. Win. Far
tier; appeal from Miami countv; af
firmed. Opinion by Ilortou, C. J.
C. E. WiNou, treasurer, et al, vs.
Gra-s, Londyke, et al; error from
Hodgemau county; reversed. Opin
ion by Ilortou, C..I.
David Couuradt vs. Simon Myrcs.
error from Miami county; revered.
Opinion by Ilortou, C. P.
.1. P. Barnes vs. Zaek Gregg, el al,
.error from Jelleisou county; reversed.
Opinion by Ilortou. C.J.
vt.r. wood-on v-..i. (. I'avis, er-
. . . ., .
,ror. """, !-'ick county; atlir.ued
I Opinion by Ilortou C.J.
The State vs. M. Glcason. appeal
j fr0" ,.", countv; reversal. Opln-
from Allen countv;
ion bv Horlon, (J.. I.
The State of Kansas z. Frank Rab
bit, appeal from Allen vouulv; affirm
ed. Opinion hy Morton, ('.. I.
John f Douglass vs, Benj. Ander
son, error front Leavenw orlh emiiit v;
motion fur a rehearing; motion over-!
ruled. Opinion hy C.J. Ilortion.
John C. Douglass vs Bcnj. .1. An-'
der-on; error from Leavenworth '
countv; reversed, opinion per Cur- ,
A. B Waller vs. John Boh; error
from Pottawatomie county; reversed,
opinion bv Valentine .1.
V. A. Mudauis vs. 1. II. Edwards et
al; error from Osage county, alliirm
ed. Opinion by Valentino J. The A.
T. Si is. F. R.'R. company vs. John
Thul; error from Shawnee county;
reserved. Opinion hy Valentino J.
C. Bierger et al, v. Reed Fret, er
ror from Brown county: affirmed
opinion by Valentine,.!.
M. Muilins vs. A. Brown et al,
error from Pawueo county; reversed,
opinion by Valentine, J.
W. D. Woodson v-. I). J. Cale, er
ror from Reno county; reversed, opiu
iait by Valentine, J.
The State of Kansas ex re!., vs.
John S. Cation vs. J.J. Alexander,
error from Montgomery county ; re
versed, opinion bv llurd, J.
T. It. Gheer vs.'l). L. ' "oe, et al., cr
nif from Jeirerson county; atliimcd.
Opinion bv llurd, J.
(.' IS. Kill vs. The A.,T. .t S. F. R.
R. company, error from Reno i-ounty;
affirm'-:. Opinion by llurd, J.
II I). Carr, exr, etc v-. Snrnh ()s
terhaiil, error from, .-hawiico county;
rever-ed. Opinion by llurd, .1.
Ka.ia City Oraln and Produce.
Kai" Vtt, Junli, IhsI j
l!reaiUtnff .lull sml iln-.iiiur Wl.rt KkI
w.ti-rii sprins, 7 lilcvts .'t ; red wi-stim win-I
tcr, rCU4-. jrn, new wcnti-m inUt-l, '
LivmrtKiL, Jan- li. Is4
IUmriUf. .lQnS7, Itsl
Wot.iv lirmaml t:Uftt, Oliio antl Prnutji
ranla i-ttran, 3.V$.tTe ; illi U?sa extriu, .Vsij-:
i-ainbinK ami ili'lalni-. X&Vk., unwaslird
fle-fs, l.'.mr-cj pullwl, vntSre.
IittL-:iri.riiU, Jnnr27, Is.
Wirfib Market qnlet. Ohio, lVnnnjlTanla
andWt-t MrvlniaAA and alxne, xui&Zr.t X,
ssoatcs raedinni, 3ii3Se: rire, .tl(42r;
New lort. JIlcMfan, Indiana and Weatern
fine, SWta.'c: rnetllani, .IliWIe; roarn-, 3l4T.'r;
wali-l romlilng anil tUlaln. HiVZm- ; tuiwatli
sl. 21tiTr ; tnb-wsslir-l, .WJ--. Ore K'1.
IsiatV; Vw Mevlran ami Ciilorado, Hrlr ;
ItVE Market ijulet , 6c bid
I5AK1.FT No luarkel
Ijrju.Markrt firmer at 3 .; H
I"i.aX'CKi Nominally HI iu
I llsr Lower; iralrie. T,Il.u.j tiimtliy.
I Unui Klrni; Cc at mill
CKiof-MEAf-nrmer at 1 XA'X wi.
Wiujsit Stea-ly at t 09. -
Jb)T!:oti Marlet dull and Uivrr mlr
I'oitx Job Iota at f II 7i.
IIcuc MtAT Long dear, Tj-i short nl.
w; lort clear, i-'.tu
Bictve Ijnc dear. i-.s?K s abort ril.
j J '( j short clear, E XJii
Liiu Martrt Brruer 7 li
Kra 'toil ' "'t't-
lUctET Poll at CfA&V.
Kttit IUy at al rl 11.
Ast Hrra at ,-;
Wio.aT fitea-Iy at I 10
rox Market quiet antl Ii4J- Itnser i rauli,
SI-I' .'; July. liKtlS, rJrlnc at
la r. . Arnrant.ti? t!',Hl9 VI, ilDjt at If li;
OetobtT, l Ji j Jtr I3 ou
r tit,- "" Jniy. K'js; . Aorot,
7 4t7 71, dosln-; at 7 72l4c7 7S 1 -ej.tembeT.
Titxir MrT Market iealr -iValtIT,
ti , Jwrtriba, 7 71
inx itj nrtooj t3wil -;si!i- JrrT, bflt
as-ier zr Umial rllw-I J,K',e, tiw- Je
pTtion ia ato-k p-vlneej asteaLne, miiich
Jwirtteatrl br th aaaoant-eraest tsat tie
2faj of KeTfba-r A hl trajsferrrI all lt
Wbut-Market leaker It Jawj "Jf.
Coat Market tUif;i' Jeae-, S&cJdj
Oat Market SaU .&! xitrhagvl.
Pots. Market lfr Iwwer
Labs TyT , 7 -A Jcae; Tift ""
47 7, ABjrzat
jftgZlt " "w
.vji,, rtUt . 5.- M4 Jcae, KB
oat Mark Jnrer.Ti Jairt W.'e kid
i Jit Texan, 1 f4a.
Te-jMrMti IlTerj.,! c aW rnrta ;
Camjr-Market tetJrj t-tel J9
.Vmrrteajs aVeera, tHiKcirmfl.
JJ it should be to hot
Cm7 fitfoir the
We sold thm for 50c.
20 PER' CENT. DISCOUNT!
21 Main Street,
One-Price Cash Dr5r Goods House.
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li tftthrn fur Urralni tUj lr(e ih'fr
own tetun. kef Tft raiTta, aaJ Low
tbelr .i-ortjr berfail;, aut the It tte.
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that the thermometer bunt.
following to jmiu by:
First Ark. Val. Bank!
TT. blila-t iimmij- lii.tllullun In lk Aiknui
W. V, WOODMAN,
W. S WOOIHIA.S.
will c. wnoimiN,j
American Kaebar.fr Xat'l t:e-,a, New Tt.r
Klral National Hank, ..f ,.,rau, llllw.l
Ilink uf Kaa Utjr, K'.iiM ritr, Mlixitul
Are n ixxupjln wr
No. 33 Main Strcot
De a General Milt Buiiess
In all lu ;rctrn fuaelluoa.
NMry ( Xmj 1-M-Ml
On all alle'aei.rjr n.llateraU roal, fsrwMal
or ehatlel ivl aeeuaaiiuMUU U borawer
with lime from una ilaj Ut jreara
ty Oil llck.L bj tba iMUat act aafeat lla
or .leaner. n the worM, t r m.ui all (irtaW
a Kun.-o fjru, Tla .Niirtli Ucrnaan IJaT'l
or 1 unanl llnei.
In the orranliatlix. uf tba flr.t Arl.ai.ta
Valler llank,t,f vt lehlu, Kaa4. r Inrak
neither illeeetr, attAabuMar or hnvan,
iv.rl we tlt-al la imU. lurilu r miuM
I""" nrller areatrtetlj lu tba mao
tit IU e-ltllnat urwx
Knr IU J.m'lnt u.ninrut w are lu.IJtld
rnr Uie tiruitlori uf iry tttMt.ilvr l
Mr the at dollar t our t'-rtt-ti
r(tkr with nmar Uaaar kwawrova abl
rrlentla, who itnmf. with tr aaj-l
klb-llf eucb btUie af.rral itoblle aa Hjtr Wr.
mniiM,. nan urn umyVf wlKrMM,aKl
to arall theriiulre Ihere-jf, awl mr driat
and rAHiuInceM,ajr i4iil atau. w
are r-.s-lfiille jwira
W L, WOOHMAM AOX
Pioneer Lumber Ma
Or kaouwic Coca-rf .
KdTAfiL'gHKI) IN 170.
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Every Thing Kept in a Firt-Clai
C. AUOt'HT DIUTKR,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDE.
RICK Alt STtMC!-
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