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WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JPLY2?,1884,
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THE VALLEY CITIES.
Notes From the Growing Towns
Never in the history of Clearwater hat
there been more indication! of real im
provements than now. Several new stores
are being built, and many good residtnees.
The timely rains of Friday and Saturday
morning will assure the corn crop and the
farmers all wear smiling faces, and well
they may; although the country is full or
old corn the farmers have preferred to keep
it until the present crop is assured. Croak
ing about drouthy Kansas comes with
poor grace, and has for four ycais past,
trora many ol the great corn and grain
states east of UK, when they must depend
upon our grain tor their bread and feed.
The fact is the whole country east, west,
north and south is passing through a clim
atic change. The great American desert
west of us (of which eastern Kansas was
once a part) is bletsed now with rains and
good crops, and I think the experience o!
the past live yeart as well as the present
year warrants us in saying that Kanias for
two hundred miles west will soon
be as noted for the growth of wheat,
oats, and the different grasses as our own
favored county. The question Is very often
asked, " what do you think ol Clearwater
and its future i" I can say to them that no
town in the state has a better country sur
rounding it, a more healthy climate, a bet
ter class of citizens, of intelligent larrucri
than this. We hue all kinds ot business
houses and good facilities for shipping, so
we need not depend upon other merchants,
for business or trade. With the crossing of
the Denver & Memphis railroad here we
expect to have a city of 2,000 In 188... We
believe it, because this rich v alley will nip
port It, and the people are settling here and
engaging in all kinds of busincst. We will
loou-bave church and school privileges
equal to other similar towns So let the
people all pull together In eucouraging
eery enterprise which shall be for the
good and permanency of ourjoung cltv.
Kldcr Win. l'arker has officiated here as
the pastor of the Ilaptist church for sever
al year. The society hae a very comfort
able house and good congregation. The
t. K. church have arrangod for preaching
here oife hall of the time, and will un
doubtedly soon build a church.
Mr. K. I). Munn, or Clew-land. Ohio,
who resided lor some time in
Wichita. Iclt here a lew days
since for Cleveland, ami will ret-irn oon
with his family when he will make this
city his (utiiro home.
Mrs. J. C. Dudley, wife or one of our
voting merchants, came in on the train
Tuesday trom (Julncy, Illinois. She seems
delighted with our new city, and Kansas
I need not say that the I'agle has become
a necessity, and is building her nest In al
most every business house and residence
in town. As theKagle is our nation's em
blem, so mi) shcalwajs be emblematical
or those great truths she so faithfully rep
resents. The state ticket with Dr. Allen
could uothavti been better. It will make
a clean sweep in November.
THE GREAT ENCAMPMENT-
MiNNKtroi.is, Minn., July il, IMi.
At Kansas Citj our party numbered foity,
divided, one division taking the Council
Uliifl route, tliu other the Uock Island.
Four trains, loaded down with excursion
ists, pulled out within an hour and a hair
after our arrival on tliu latter route. The
former took out five cars well filled. Itotli
parties met at the depot licru oil Tuesday
morning, having arrived In the night, and
rcmitncd abroad until davtight. Having
attended the encampment nt Denver last
year, a comparison of the two
would be largely in favor of the
present one. The arrange incuts in camp
are better as well as the facilities for get
ting there. The immense ampitheatre
and the speaking aiid music stands arc all
that could be desired. No one need go
hungry or thirsty and the tents and bi'lld
Ings adjacent furnish ample sleeping ac
commodation even this Immense army for
the crowd of people here Is alvvajs up in
the thousands. The newspaper say thej
will leave bell I ml them in Minneapolis, at
least one million of dollars. The hotels
were lull before tho crowd comuieuced to
come. Mun of the private houses are eu
tcrtaiuing gueit and the boatding houses
nic all chuck lull. The balance arc out nt
the camp. Among the notabilities here
are Geiietals Slierumu, I.ngan,
Terry, Fairehlld, Negley, Gibsou
and Grosveuor. Logan takes
the cake. say this without political bias,
for, say what you will, .lohn A. Logan Is
nearer tho beaits or the veterans through
out the west than any other living man.
This morning, before the procession had
formed, Logan was passing on horseback,
attended by mi escort. Suddenly the way
was blocked up by men rushing upon him
to take him by the band, and I thought as' 1 (
stood there anil watched this spontaneous
movement, or what that man must have
endured, even for a brief spell, to have bis j
arm almost wrenched from the shoulder in
this abominable practice of hand-shaking I
on gieatoiesslonsortbis kind. All along'
the march be was greeted with cheers, and '
for two miles or more his hand was In
constant motion. liaising his hat
to the two hundred
people who llnsd the side-walks aud places
ol observation. Uiule Hilly Sherman rode
iu the procession In a barouche. His figure
was not so conspicuous as Logan's, who
Was IIIOUUICII U1 i "lll'Uii mure, iu i"i
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Bit ng suit of black, and lie sat on his horse
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. ..ua t . .. ... ft Iiava In . haul
asjauiill.y as vvuen leau.i.g u.e ,.,.. a
eratid review twenty years ago
review twenty years ago. Itiese
tvventv vcars have not whitened nor
thinned ii.s raven lock, whil-t the (diorl i
beard eov cling Sherman's face is white as
mow, and sive lilm au appearance of age
which til actions belie. Of eourjc checr
rent the air as the old hero went bj.and
there were thoiuanda there who would
have taken liendish delight in wringing
his arm from the socket out or
iiuro lov e, had they dared. The proecion
itself vva. the biggest thing of the kind I
ever beheld, and was two hours In pausing
the point where I stood, for like one half
of the grand army men it was not my day
for marching, and so 1 witnecucd it from
under a shade tree. The day has been a
fearful hot one. and the heavy rain last
night left the rtieets in a muddy condition
I did uot count ail the bands in the proce
ion, but then there was not less than
thirty. The Minnesota veterans carried the
tattered flags they bad fcuht under twen
ty years ago. The stale militia was well
represented, also a battery of artillery and
a batalllou of colored troops from Vu Sncll-
I - T. HLlif tlm Trtunl a fl miiKAitn v
is. .,..u.B..i .uc .,.. -
club gave a demon.trallon at thei
camp. Three thous.nd dollar.
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worthofnrevvork.willbc expended and
there will be such a crowd to witne. it as
ha, never before been seen in the west on
any occasion. To-morrow the boys w ill
begin to scatter. rirst to the various
placet of retort and tbeir name la
nice ,me, .dE.-, m ...... . uu ,
squadx. xorne well pleawd with the trip,
otbert damntnK It with only faint prai.e,
but at tbe y.n 6o ny I nave no uouut it
kIII Ixa nlaaaaatit Mitn(n.CnnA trt afirall tiTv.
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on. H. STIKIUT.
Information Is wanted or one Miles 11.
Gibson, who came up from Arkansss in
March to Wilson county, and then io this
county the following month. He had a
wagon and mule team, and was accom
panied by his wife and three children. His
son, a young man, arrived in this city yes
terday morning, and fears that something
has happened to his father or that be may
be dead. The last he heard of him was he
had taken a contract to work some prairie
about nine miles Irom Wichita. Anyone
knowing anything of the facts or of Mr.
Gibson, will please address L. O. Gibson,
Frcdonla, Wilson county, Kansas.
SAD DEATH OF J. P. McGOVNEY.
The startling bcwh was brought to the
city last evening of the unexpected death
of James Porter McGovney, or Illinois
township. On last Thursdav, just before
noon time, he was handling his stallion,
when the animal accidentally struck him
in the stomach with one or his fore feet,
causing Inflammation. lie lingered in great
agony until yeBUrday morning, half past
uine o'clock, when ho expired. The news
will be received with many expressions of
sorrow throughout the country, for McGov
ney was a man widely known, respected
and loved for his worth as a citizen, for his
uprightness as a man and for his blameless
christian ilic. He leaves a wife and three
children, the eldest of the children being
thirteen years old and the youngest lour
year's old. He was for many years a mem
ber of the Presbyterian church, and for the
past eight years an cider. He came rrom
Sues, Mercer county, III. to this county,
and since his residence here has been jus
tice of the peace for two terms, wUlch fact
shows in what estimate he -. held by his
nearest neighbors. McOavney was born
iu Adams county, Ohio, and was shout
fort -two years of age, was a brave man
and a loyal one who not only loved his
fellow men but loved Jiis countiy as well,
having enlisted in the 91st Ohio, Company
K. when he was but eighteen years of age.
To his sorrowing wife, weeping children
ami saddened neighbors we tender our
njmpathies, assuring them that such a life
will meet with a sure reward in a brighter
home where accidents never come or if
happening must be of joy and not attend
ed by grief or death.
The funeral will take place this Sunday
morning from his late residence at 10:.T0
Let us forget this bright Sabbath mom
ing, our part in the conflict of this lire, for
get the trials and troubles, the vexations
and disappointments incident to' a struggle
for head, and, if unable to grasp w lib trust
ing faith the sweet hope of the beyond, to,
at least rest. If the life of this world, which
has witnessed the appearance and exit or
thousands or generations, is short, then
how- brief Indeed is our poor existence,
whether yours dear reader, or mine, and
how foolish this eternal strain or body,
bl ain and spirit..
"Hall, bold daj ? the blessing rrom above
Urightens thy prcacncc like a smile or
Smoothing, like oil upon a storm sea,
The roughest waves ofhuman destiny
Cheering the good and to the poor op
pressed, Hearing the promise of their heavenly
There will be preaching at 8t. .John's
Episcopal church this morning at 11 o'clock,
by Kcv. I'. A. Johnson. A full attendance
is desired. Sunday school at thrre in the
lEeformed church services every two
weeks at Itussell Hall nt 10:30 o'clock a. m.
Services this morning. All are welcome.
Preaching by J.,G. Hrown.
Kcv. T W. Woodrow will preach at Itus
sell Hall next Sunday evening, July 27th, at
8 o'clock. Tho sci vices are regular on two
Sund.iy evenings monthly the second and
fourth Stir.das. A cordial welcome to all.
Prof. Joseph Harris, of McKeudrce col
lege, Lcabewm, Illinois, and old and inti
mate friend of Dr. Phillips, arrived1 In the
city yesterday, and will occupy Dr. Phillips'
pulpit at the rink this morning. There will
be no services at the rink to-night.
Kev. P. A. Johnson will preach at the
Episcopal church this morning at 11 o'clock
Mrs. Price will assist in the music at the
Episcopal church this morning.
Our Episcopal Iricnds will be pleased to
learn that Kev. Johnson will preach In their
church this morning, and that Mrs. Price
will assist in the music.
Her. J. II. Hell, late pastor of tho colored
llaplM church, drops us a card, we suppose
for publication, iu which lie announces that
he will not be reiponsiMe to uy of the cit
izens of AVIchita lUr any more of the debts
of the Il-intlsl church.' We think Kcv.
Ilcll can posses his soul in peace, for vvc
have jet to learn that an outiido Individual
can be held responsible for the
debts of a corporation, or that
a milliliter biuted or In full standing, can
be made to dough up the dabU of a church.
Were the latter the cae there wouldn't be
manv bolvent nrcachcra in the vveit. Mr.
Hell need lose no sleep on account of duns I
for debts not individually contracted. ,
Mrs. 1,. K. Itullcy, of llattle Creek, Mich.,
will lecture under the amplccs or the W.
C. T. I . in the rresbjterian church this,
A TROUBLE THAT WAS A JOT.
There was trouble night before Utt. The
or.or.iiur ilinni-lit ilm wires were down he-
li, ..... I'mirU inj Tntintu Hip foreman
tl,oiiL..t it was owinr to an unusual electrl-
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...I .II.UII.I..K.I.. tlm vitrvtit fftfisa stlllirtkt frt
, a man, inriuaing ma eugiueer, mc iucm-
in a u ami the iiieengcr uoy, inougni iui
they wanted "to rte a man," while the edi
tor thought nothing but kept on writing
against pace- After development showed
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thein all to be wrong
Thctrouble was o'
The trouble was over on Water ureet at
lU,-. msnacer. who
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out any braf band There were not a
..irt- lr,.A i.nn.1...r lirrvnt ttllt lh nt
teudaneewas very select, as bigh as $18
MS,V- I'llHUVl - - ----
bcim paid for the pre-ence of a single iu-
dividual. The result was most gratifying
, another lllalne and l.ogan man being
secured. The business manager declared
nevt morning on his word and honor that
' the uevv recruit for a protective tariff, a free
ballotand an honest count, weighed fifteen
'pounds and as the assertion wasaccom-
panted by a box of choice cigars both the
dav aud nicht forces, including the devil,
echoed "fifteen pounds." aud as fifteen
pounds lor a boy baby is about to the meas
' urc ol the average productions of
i this valley, aud we feel accord with the
' spirit of the Kujle'b representation of
facts accompauied, tiltcen pounds goes.
All affection's windows open to receive
l'ure and fresh from Heaven and gave his
Clasping aud caressing.
In anna of love comprcsiioc.
That life bad mled
bleMtng tin me
THE NEW M. e. CHURCH.
The 31 n htvc .warded the
contri.t for th6 vtiullus, tntlre, ofthe
new M. K. cuurch t0 be ,)Ut ,n thi, city
tWt iUB un jer , conlmt by A SmlUl.
. .nrort.Hi th,t this will b the lanr -
t iml fincttt isnnlrirt fiir nnlnltnc vr lt
lnthe cUy ,, tne truMC, are t0 b, tSpo,cd
ua 0 be of wooU Thc church
I , ,e ,, c0,t ,bom lweB thou,,nJ
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j . Md WMk ,B hnmng wi com.
i mence tomorrow.
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We have not been grat-
1 Ified withaview ol the prospective, the
elevations or plans, but those who have
seen it say that it will be an imposing edi
fice. A twelve hundred pound bell was
received from Baltimore last week accom
panied by a receipted bill which we can
tell more about when we learn more, but
the good Dr. Phillips Is supposed to hare
been, in some way, the inspiration that
bought such a fine bell. Mr. Myer says the
bids aggregate lesajthaa the eitimates,o
that the edifice including the frescoing will
be done forthwith. The Myer Brothers,
who are comparatively new men here, are
to be congratulated on the reputation they
nave gained, and on the securing of this
contract which will be a continued adver
tisement for them.
For the Eagle.
ON THE DEATH OF CHILDREN.
Iu God's garden radiant flowers will theair
with sweet perfume,
Bursting hud and fuller blossom
He hath lifted to nis bosom,
Making heaven fairer, sweeter with their
From the earthy fields He took them to His
gardens blest above.
Ere I be chilly winds had pained them
Or the rains of earth had stained theu,
Safe He keeps them, bathing ever in the
sunshine of His love.
How our empty households haunt us, whan
our breathing flowers have fled,
Fall the scalding tear drops on
The broken stem the blossom gone
Anguish deep and bitter, will not bring us
back our dead.
Stricken mother, cease thy weeping! Io!
the mission of thy floweret is complete.
Heavenward thy heart it lifted,
Sanctified thy thoughts have driltcd
To that land of light, and gladness ; where
it blooms with love replete.
Ah, the skies through which it pissed
newer beauties now unfold,
Eyes or faith not mortal vision.
Soar unto the fields Elysian
Far beoud the gates of japer and of gold.
And we see the hills ol heaven star-gemmed
w ith the flowers of earth,
Decked In beautlous bloom eternal,
With a joy more than supernal, .
Sending fragrance, incense rarest, to the
Lord that crowned tho birth.
Mns. M. E. LKAtK.
Wichita, July 27.
A FRIENDLY WORD FROM A STRANGER.
To the Editor of the ajle :
I am grateful to you for much pleasure
derived from the daily perusal ol your
moet excellant paper, aud as all my edu
cated instincts and sentiments favor a pub
lic acknowledgement, as well as private ex
perience of gratitude, whenever one is
really the recipient of favors sufficiently
pleasing to call forth that heaven-blest at
tribute, and as I have no peach or apple
twigs with fourteen or thirty fine speci
mens of the fruit thereon, to leave on your
desk, I must resort to words instead or
deeds, trusting that, although I am not one
of " The Times old timers," that 1 may
not be considered precocious in thus pre
suming to consider my thanks worth ac
cepting. True I have resided in your
bcauttrul city but a brier period, but unite
long enough to know that the advent or
the daily Eagle was au addition to the
literary productions here that was sorely
Again with thanks and more anon ir
agreeable, I remain jours obliged.
I!. B. G.
Wichita, July 2.', 18S4.
A CASE OF LUMPJAW-
Chicago, July 20 . The surgeons at
tho county hospital hnve under treat
ment a Mrs. Murphy 'l yean, old, who
is buffering from the horrible disease
which aill'icts cattle and is known as
lump-jaw. It is in the form of an ab
bess on tho jaw, and it was at first sup
posed to be an ordinary absess, but
microscopical examination proves the
contrery. The abse-s was found to
contain vegetable parasites and iden
tical as to those found iu the abbesses
on cattle. It is supposed to have been
caused bv eating meat from cattle hav
ing the d'isease. " The operation is to
performed Tuesday and the cae ex
cites home interest", as it ib tha first
one reported in the I'liited States,
though similar cases have already been
recorded iu Germany.
THE BENNETT-MACKEY CABLE.
CincA(io,July26. G. D. Roberts,
who i interested financially in the
Benuett-Msckcy Atlantic cable, says
the cable will be readv for public ser
vice by the first of October. One
cable is already finished and the other
is to be completed on the auove tiatc,
The cost of the cable will reach seven
million dollars. The rate for cable
grams would naturally be less than by
the old cable, bnt how much less Mr.
Itoberts declined to say.
A company has been organized to
lav a cable from Brazil to New Or-
I leans via St. Thomas, which is to cost
tlirec million uonarf, which vviu um
connection with me nciineu-
Kansas City, July 26- Robert Lo
gan, an inotlensive mechanic, was shot
ilo.nl ttirnnirli llif front of a saloon at
the corner of 23d .and Dripp street,
by Edward Snecd, a Uisolute character.
voke.r Vgan it Wlfccn Au ?' ' ' r1?"
drinking and had some money which er Cleveland s tune is occupied to-day
Sneed tried to get away from him. , with matters f routine at the exceu
Ti"i t .... i..,. l... l,in.i..Sn.H..1 fol-' tivc chamber. Among the callers was
ti mil Kifeuu . ., . - -
I lOWad allll
lacing i-ogan -noi nun
through the brcat
The crowd pro-
. cured rope and made threats of lynch- i Aii.any i iicsuay hi min.g. . ne ... -ini:,
but the officers hurried the inur- inal nottticalioii will take place at the
i ..' !..- .!... ,.. .,..! ti.nir i.eciiiivc mansion at half past three
Mil ri r 71 IV J !- I- llli;V 1 Al.l-111 IIIV1I
Gaj.viston, Tex., July 26.-The
News' Tj ler special i-ays: Joe Bailey,
a negro, living in me souuiern pan in
,i, ,:,..' WB, fast nicrbt shot bv Alfred
. .V. i.Lrmm, 'Simrn.
went to HaUey's houe and called him
Ollt Mild dill tllC fthoOt.UC". .111(1 tllCIl
went to churcl
lie vva arrested and
jailcil to-tiaj .
The News lleiio.en.oii special says:
A voting man, named Crawford Block,
-hot aud instantly killed Capt. L. Lai
towaj at Cnladoiiia in a di-pulc over
j CHICAGO NOTES.
Dnii'AGO, .Inly 26. The llrl week
ofthe summer night concerts dosed
to-nirht with an audience of four
! thousand, ill the face of wet
gramme wa9 a popular
Thc feature ofthe rvcninp
production of" Wellington's Victory'
bv Beethoven, with startling ellect iu
the imitation of cannonery aud mus
The executive committee of the
X .1. XXI.. n.l. ......- nf.?n..:att..i. rrk-.ti..it
closeda three day, eession. r.Wfnf'W preat Anj n
Amiennr x nnnxr. xxw!xs nniiaiiiiiHi iu
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memorialie conjfress to constitute a
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( President Allison, of Uan nati,
was appointed to represent the na-
i tioual association at the Washington
cholera cofcrence, August 5.
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, nm ni i.nnrrr j.icitrer. livixiir ai
Rorillc, a little town on the Union
eighteen miles west of here,
wm found dead iu his home at noon
! to-dav. lie liveil alone, and it appears
1 died in a tit Thnrfday night.
GENERAL HAZEN'S REPLY
IN THE GREELY
Opening of an Electric Railway
at Cleveland, Ohio.
FORMAL NOTIFICATION OF THE
Other News Notes of Interest From
GEN. HAZEN'S REPLY.
W'AsnixoTou, D. C, July
General llazen, chief signal officer of
the United States army, has written
the following letter to Linden Kent,
counsel for Lieutenant Garlington in
reply to the latfer's communication of
the 22nd ins:
Mk. Linden Kent, Esq. Your let
ter of the 22nd inst.. which I first saw
in the newspapers, calls for a reply,
because it accuses me of trying to shift
the responsibility to Greely aud your
clicuf, Garlingtou. I deny having in
any manner, either by lact or intent
done this, or that anything published
by my consent or authority would
lead to such accusation. I have inva
riably declined to be interviewed on
these subjects, and anything that may
have been published contrary to the
foregoing. I repudiate, lint in the
newspaper which you have called my
atlcntiou to, as the one on which
your strictures are written, there
Is nothing authorizing what you claim.
There is one important fact connected
with this question which you disre
gard Before the first expedition
started, the whole plan, embraciug de
pots, their size, number and location,
time of leaving, stations, etc., route to
be taken, with the entire scheme for
tlueo years, aud rescue afterwards,
was carefully elaborated and reduced
to a complete plan. Being Greely's
expedition it was proper that he
should prepare all these instructions,
which he did. So far as could be seen,
the plan was faultless and it was ap
proved. After reaching the Arc
tic station, Greely wrote out -with
great care a plan for the two relieving
ships of 1882 and 1883 that the work
of Bcbce aud. Garlingtou, embracing
apian of resuc was more complete and
differing somewhat from the lirat one,
ending with these words. "No devia
tion from these instructions should bo
permitted.' Greely was on the spot
and was the proper person to make
this plan of rescue, and the only pre
arranged one there that could be.
There was but one thing to do and
that was plainly and simply to carry
it out. This was literally done by my
self, Bcebc and Garlington, aud. I am
responsible for it up to the sinking of
For doing this ou attempt to hold
me culpable. This is what I hav al
ways said aud there is not a shadow
of reflection upon Greely, nor has
there been any attempt toshift the re-
snonsibilitv to auv
sibilitv to auy one. 1 Ins shows
that in evervthinir that was done re
lating to the denote "and the selection
of Littleton Island instead of cape Sa
bine as the dopot, and the intention
to load the depot ou the return vessel
in case it did not reach Greeley, aud
not on the wav up, were all in exact
accordance w'ith these plans, and in
then there was no room for discon
cert. The depots upon the route were
established so far as both
reached, just as agreed up
on as to locality, iiuaniity
and kind of stores. There is not a
shadow of reflection upon Greely in
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iiiim nor iiiiun .iiivuiii;, miu in """i""-
,.,... lt.ito.- i mi Imvn Piitirrdv til s-
represented me. In reviewing the
!IMl'Kr"!".i"lAbl!ciie special says: Donavan &
lipnn diflercnt. This covers all you
or anyone else can justly say in criti-,
cisni." Before leaving Washington, '
Greely impressed upon mo as forcibly i
as any man could and rightly, the ab-'
solute necessity of supporting hint lit
erally in the way we had pre-arranged,
or as he might direct after reaching
his station, saying that strong influ
ence would he brought to have the
plans changed just as they have been.
Responsibility under my direction
ended with the sinking of Proteus.
1 fail to see any sufficient reason for
your writing me a letter to which this
is a rcplv, or in your becoming my ac
cuser tvficn you become Garhngton's
counsel. Signed . W. B. Ha.kn.
RELIEVED OF SOME OF HIS WEALTH.
Cincinnati. O.. Jnlv 26. Jtiau C.
, Bacha, of Las Vegas, w Mexico,
j rcpn-scuuu); huiuui aj . uumum....
cattle ueaicr, nas uecn in uiu uij iyi
fun- davs. Yesterday he was enticed
into a hack to visit the Ijitonia race
track and see some line stock. It was
reported at a late hour last night that
he had been drugged and beaten and
robbed of mouey and checks to the
' amount ot $13,000
WHEN THEY WILL BE NOTIFIED.
r:.l ltn.ti.mm. Tliopfini.
- vn. .... ..-- . . . -
nutiec oi nouucaiuui is caiil-cilmi hi
o'clock Tucdav. Thomas A. Mend-
ricks i expected in Saratoga Tuexlay
aud lm will probably be formally noti-
Iiedoilus nomination at uiai puire.
A large nuniner oi iiisuu
. i.i:..i .. nn...
ocrats from all juris of the i-oti nt rv
will be here next week.
AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY
Cleveland. Ohio, .Inly JC Tho
lirt commercially successful electric
railroad in America was started and
operated in this city to-day hy the
Tut Cleveland street railroad com
pany, vho have jiLt completed a mile
of road and ran car on it to-day for
the first time. The experiment was iso
successful that the company expect to
change their entire system, comprising
over twenty miles, into electric roaiN.
The system used was a combination of
the Brush and Knight & Bentley sys
tems, and the current was carried on
underground conductors, laid in con
duits, like tho-e of the cable
road. The cars were started, stopped
' and reversed with tne greatest ca-e,
and without the disagreeable joltmz
lllUlUt.'UI' U UJlItU ..H IIUIPl, .Udl.3. I.V
economy ot ruuuing is claimed to be
greaterthsn that ol cable roads and
the cost of construction le--s than one-
numbor of car
Hill IF ilili;C14 lil .r. .ui. ... v.. .....
a single circuit and from one machine
which is a result not attatued by any
ofthe European systems now in oper
ation. The success of the bcw road
has made a great sensation in both
trect railroad and electrical circle
and it is expected to greatly extend
the field of electrical development.
A NEW ROAD.
St. PAiri,.Ioly 26. The Duluth &
Iron Range railroad was completed
.. iL. xnx 4 .sad Kk rf-i tiirfk V AP-
...- . 1- . ,,!-,.- Gf sixtv-
J ;ne mH At Vermillion thc road
i strikes rich iron
trikes rich iron mine? and mo-t bean-
tint! lakes in tne
St. Louis, July 26. Several holders
of the bonds of the old North Missouri
railroad, now a part of the Wabash
system, will to-morrow issue a call for
ameeting to be held next Wednesday
to consider the default in the interest
on said bonds, and also the propriety
of employing counsel to foreclose the
mortgage on that division of the road.
.1. F. Tucker and John C. Gault,
who, as arbitrators to devise a plan
for rclicviug the various leased lines
of the Wabash system, have been in
session here several days, have finished
their work, but the result will not be
known until their report is laid before
the United States court.
THAT CHOLERA CASE.
"Washington, D. C, July 25. Surgeon-General
Hamilton has received
a copy of a letter dated July 19, from
Dr. J. B. Peace, who attended the sup
posed cholera case on the steamer
Annie 1. Silver, and who warned the
authorities at Nashville. Dr. Peace
savs a familv arrived at New Orleans
five days since (July H) from San
Luis, Spain. The vessel had been at
Bordeaux, Toulon and Vera Cruz.
Though the father did not speak Eng
lish, Dr. Peace 6ays he learned that lie
had been detained at Toulon. The
doctor further says "the child died
with every symptom of cholera.
Whether this was a case of Asiatic or
sporadic cholera I will not positively
assert, but cholera it certainly was."
Surgeon General Hamilton also re
ceived the following dispatch from St.
St. I)Uis July 26. Surgeon Gen
eral Hamilton. Washington: A
thorough examination of the alleged
cholera cases on the Annio P. Silver,
at Port Anderson, Miss., shows the
family Piccoloto, whose child died
during the trip, have been residents of
Mexico for more than a year, and that
they came to the United" Staler- seven
mouths ago. They never were iu the
cholera-infected district of Pari?. Tho
child died of summer complaint,
There is no foundation for the cholera
John I. Sti:vknson,
San Fkancisco, July 26. The trial
of Frank K. Hutchins, who strangled
his mistress Mrs. Nellie Sims, former
ly a resident of AVasliington, began
yesterday ,aud'was concluded thin atter
iioon. The verdict was guilty of mur
der in the first degree. He will be
sentenced August second.
A BIG BLOW.
Nokfoi.k, Va., July 25. There was
a terrible cyclone this afternoon at
Edintons, N. C. The hardware house
of II. Dickson & Co., was blown
down; J. II. Wood, general merchan
dise, Hooper & Co., drug store, aud
the Barucr hotel were unroofed. The
warehouses and wharves wcro de
stroyed, aud a child killed and several
people wounded by falling timber.
HE WOULDN'T FIGHT.
New Yokk, July 26. Five hundred
sports sscmblcd at Williams' woods,
near Flushing, Long Island, at day
break. While tho ring was being
pitched Heferee Harding announced
that Fulljamcs would not light on ac
count of so mauv friends of Demp'cy
being present. Fulljames then drove
to this city, followed by Dempsey
where it is "understood the light will
occur iu a private house.
Iola, Kan., July 25. A canvass to
day, of two coaches of Indiana excur
sionists ou the Southern Kansas road,
for residential preferences resulted as
follows : Blaine and Logan, -0 :
Cleveland and Hendricks, 20 ; Butler,
iNDIAN.VfOMS, July 26. John P.
Smith, president of the Indianapolis
Cracker company,to-day applied tor a
receiver for that concern. The liabili
ties arc slated to be $18,000 ; act,
The application was
$.' , JuW 26.T!,e News'
Wilie, one of Ihe largest general mer
chandise houses in northwestern Tex
as assigned to-d.iy. Liabilitiesestiina
ted at $50,000: nominal nsets $65,000.
A GOOD PIGEON
Nkwauic, N. J.. July 2C Baldwin's
homing pigeon, released at Mnttoon,
UN., last Saturday, arrived home yes
terday and was fo,md iu its cot this
niorninir. The exact lime of arrival
is not known The bird i in good
Ahii.ilne, July 2C The lickinon
County Temperance union'Iield a har
vest home picnic yesterday in the
grovo adjoining tho city. About 2,
000 people were present; addresses
were made bv T. P. Gornor of Salina
and Albert "Griffin, of Manhattati.
The meeting wns a grand success.
To-night the Republicans are holding
a lively rallv anil a torch light proces
sion is parading the principal streets,
headed by a large hand of music.
Among the speakers aro J. It. Burton,
ofAbiicncaiulJ.il. Stewart, of To
peka, one ofthe best orators in the
SHOOTING AN OFFICER
Minneapolis, Minn., July 2C -At
3 o'clock this morning Officer Mc
Liughliu arrested Tony Cartcnay,
Mark German and Ja-.. l'arker for
riotous proceedings In an attempt
to escape, both officer and men tired
and the officer fell with a fatal
wound in his bowels, The prisonpr
n.cncil lmi .-it later hour all were ar-
rCsted and are now in j.iil. This is.
the econd shooting of au cflWr in a
,.,.1; illui violence is anticipated.
xiie urisonrr belong to a local gan
.-. . ..
which terrorized ihe coiiimunitv sev
eral veirs airo. Ail hut the-e had
The reported death of OHicer Mc-I-iuuhlln
nt the hands of tho tliu;.'-.
has intensified the excitement to such
a decree that the'police are out In force
protecting the station where the pri
onersare confined. Lynchiusr i threat
ened if they are not taken from tow n
IvLvnsas Cm-. July 26. The lour
nal' Tojpeka'i speen! 'ajs that ih
nomination of 5t. .lohn by the Pitt
burge convention catted scarcely more
of a stir than did tne nomsnauoii oi
Pomcroy, now an almo-t forgotten in
cident, though only a few weeks have
nas-ed since that time. There have been
o manv wild guc-e? as to the
prohibition vote in Kana- in 1W).
that an inve-tigation wa-, thought ne
etsary. The secretary of state"- report
-howed that there were hut ten vote
cast one each from Cherokee, John
sou and Ijibette and -eveu from Craw
ford. Those who claim that thf pro-
j hibition ticket will nvcive I0,0Cv have
evidentlv forsottcn the vote cnt four
vears asro. when Garlield was running,
and that Blaine, a vastly more popnlar
man, is now a candidate- I have talked
with several old, original prohibition-
i'ts in thi-city, and have jet tofind
one who even favors an electoral ticket
of lhat character in this -tate.
cyclone. , ( refu-eil to give any furtlier
Tf-KHE Hactk, Jnly 25. A Italftlar-.
forme.1 cvdone na?cd over thi eltyM
at 5 o clock ihH alternoon. cau-mg,
some dsmasc to trcex ana smaii
.n.l enMlini. ,in;;,lr.flMp
i consternation'. U came cudtlenlv and
4.1..A w.v..... .....l. v.w
MEETING OF THE IRISH
TO BE HELD IN
An Immense Gathering at Man
chester in Support ofthe
ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS IN
REGARD TO THE PROGRESS
OF THE CHOLERA.
Items of More or Less
London, July 2G, Lord lloseberry
to-day unveiled the statue of Kobcr't
Burns on the Thames embankment.
Many prominent Scotchmen were
A coalition is being formed between
certain Liberals and Tories for the
purpose of moving a vote censure on
the government ou the treaty negoti
ated between Admiral Hewitt and
King John of Abyssiniay, on the
ground that it gives gauctiou to the
raid in southern Soudan and will lead
to a wholesale carnage of Arabs.
The Economist says the discount
for bank bills for sixty days to three
mouths is 1 1-8 per cent.; trade bills,
1 1-2 and 2 per cent. Money is weaker
with no business doing. ' Discounts
have receded. liritish and foreign
bonds arc blightly improved, and con
fidence iu American railroad securities
The 6tirvcy for the Anglo-American
ship canal from Kingston harbor
to Galway bay is completed and the
plans arc prepared to be submitted Io
a coufercncc of engineers."
Manchester, July 26. The demon
stration here to-day in favor of the
franchise bill was a success. John
Bright presided. 40,000 porsous were
present, including many members of
the house of commons aud prominent
Liberals. Gladstone sent a letter
apologizing for hi absence.
Mr. Bright iu his speech said he be
lieved the conquest by tho people
would be complete, as it had been be
fore. They had met with the object
of compelling a house representing
nobody directly to- accept a
bill issued by a house represent
ing millions of people. The
cabin cut had n right to decide the
question whether there should Ik one
or two bills. The majority of the
house of lords refused to accept the
new principle which Gladstone intro
duced both in this and the former
parliament, namely, a desire to givn
perfectjustico to the Irish people.
Nottingham, July 26 At a demon
stration here to-day a resolution was
adopted endorsing the action of the
home of lords on the franchise bill.
I'Aiusi, July 26. The English sec
tions of tho National league are urg
ing l'ariiell to have the coming con
vention of the league held-at Liver
pool instead of Dublin. They assert
that if the convention is held at Dub
lin a number of English branches
will not be represented. The Irish
members of the league have received
warning that Chief of Police Jeukiu
son scut a female spy to personate
Miss Foul, sister of I-ord of the Irish
Vorld. The spv i to introduce her
self to suspected persons as Miss Ford
and is to pretend that she has'jiist
come from New York, having been
delegated to act as a medium for con
veyance of letters between Irhh "m
vincibles and American lodges. Her
identity was discovered by au Irish
American who knew her in America.
At the cabinent council to-day at
M"elviIIe,thejninisler of agriculture sub
mitted nbill raising the import duly
on oxen to twenty-live francs, bull
. r c 1 -1. . .
iu luui iiuuiSfUiiii cwi;i:(i iw
The llighl ol people from Toulon
continues. It is announced that all
workiugmen at the arrcnel who may
lie absent two weeks will he dis
missed. A cholera patient in the hos
pital there committed suicide to-da
by plunging a knife into his heart.
"The weekly returns shown decrease
ofl 33 death compared with lait week.
None from cholera.
It is rcportod here thbt Prime Min
ister Ferry, will, during tho rece-s of
the chambers, go to Germany incog
nito. f Mailkillks, .Inly -'6. Fugitives
from here arc bcffsiiiir to return. The
municipal authorities have thanked the
?i-tcrs of chantv for their
and .eal iu the assistance of the cholera
TotriiON", Julv '.'C. - There were tw o
death- from cholera to-day iu the citv
aud two in theuburh;. Total num
ber of deaths from cholera WS.
Xr.w Yor.K, .Inly 26. A number oVVZ.&AX&t '
hod hoisting engillliecrH and pl.Hter-
rr refused to iro to work tills lliortlinir
on the same jobs where the
brirklayere and laborer are strik
ins. On many other jobs tho
engineer, and iIastercrs will stop
.Monday. This movey it if supposed,
will haten employer- to give iu on the
nine hour question.
The striking bricklayers met to
night. Telegrams were read trom all
tiartsof the cotmtrv ollcring fiuanrial
'.- . 1 t' .!.. .. .,. I.. .1.1 r...
assisttiicc anil urpinz wiciu to noiu ou.
. . .
St. Loi'ls. .Inly VC I lie liemorrat
ic congressional convention of the
fourteenth disirict ofthe state, which
has been in scion at Poplar Itlufl
since Tue-dav morning ndjonrncd
-line die late lo-nilit after taking four
hundred and forty even ballot with
out nominating a candidate, an event
unparalleled ni Mi-v-onri.
A DEMOCRATIC DODGK,
Salina, July 2..T-The harvc-t home
picnic which is adverti-ed to be held
iu tl.i- citj on the 31't int,, at which
Governor Geo. W. Glick, Tho. P.
Fenlon and Co'. Joe Water are ad-verti-ed
an the orators of the day, i
-imply a Democratic decpipt. and the
euphonious "harvc-t home" i applied
to it in order to eccnre a re-pectnble
attendance. The meeting was organ
ized by Democrats of hi county, and
is almb-t soieh under the au-pice- of
that putrid remiul-euce of a party.
Glick. Fo-ter and other Bourbon of
tills state ore becoming dc-pcratp, and
will reort to any facile that may
tend to enhiiip" their pro-pect- for
Xew Voiik. July M. A young man
who dc-cribed him-elf ax Arthur Bar
rel., single and a cenic painter w
. tnkt-n to Uie 1j
-,nj- rom a woi
wnitil tn-nignt, dicmi-
wonnd in the breaxt. On
Ufxaniination it was found lhat tb?
bullet had penetrated the body nt
bejovr the heart. It it thought v
j v ,iie. n ,shl a friend of hi-,
j whoso name he refused to di-dne,
-a exhibiting rcvolvor to him
' when the weajwn accidentally expld-
ed.tliebnHctrnienng m ciict.
aAVA'.VAH,Ga-,.Ioly C6v orwto.l,
! l-r.l tlllfil LStrs elltfir 1TM UOtril
i o. .....v. . . .
'- natcxl for congre- to-day from tbe It
A VICTORY FOR THE SCOTT LAW:
Cincinnattt. July 26. The first
I cases against the liquor dealers under
'the Scott law was decided in the
justice's court in favor of the couuty
More local showers, partly cloudy
weather, variable winds aud station
Kansas City, July 26. Returns
from Democratic primaries of this
(Jackson) cotintv to 1 o'clock a. in., in
dicate the selection of William II.
Wallace, recently prosecuting attor
ney, as candidate lor congress ociore
the coming district convention, and
A. M. Allen for state senator.
A street walker named Freddie
Holmes attempted suicide this even
ing on Delaware street, footing her
self in the left breast with a revolver.
She will probably die. Jealousy i
the cause assigned.
Cincinnati, Julv 26. Gov. Cox,
referee in the case ofthe Toledo, Cin
cinnati & St. Louis road which was
recently sold by divisions, filed an
opinion iu the United States court to
day recommending that tivethousand
dollar be paid to tho law linn of
Hoadlev. Johnston & Col-ton, Cin
cinnati." and ltutler, Sherman Jt Hub
bard. Xevv York.
Hain is reported through central
and southern Ohio yesterday aud to
day, allaying tho farmers' fears as to
the corunnd potato crops. Six per
sons were killed by lightening in the
regnn where the storm prevailed.
Ekik. Fa.. July 26. The second
weeLs' ats-sion of the congressional
convention aLWarron resulted in a
dead lock ttrVsanic as last week. It
adjourned to meet at the same place
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Kt trivi mud heifers. ..
Fat hipping hojr. btMt.
Stock ant ft-rdlng I1O10 . .
." U6 (10
. 3 iWli !
.1 Kttt UU
4 1094 7U
..4 (IUZ4 40
2 WlUj fiV
Potatoes, per bu "-V .
Hulter -. li SO
Chrft 15 W
Chicken, per lb 4
Chickens, per itnien... . :'.: M tarh, S3
.S. C. Hani .. 15 K
8. C. Hk. ISart.n II IS
Haron Ile l"'s' 12' I
I). S.SiJs H 13
shoulileri . . ,
Lard . H UK
Cirn meal . .. ... I I Su
Klour, hijrli pateiir I'&l
Clour, piiteitt a OS
Kluur, XYX.V .. . .- -?!
Flour -V.V S.)
Chopffeil M)r1I 00
Minns. . 90
MIIH117 wheat . SCt
Shipping wheat . S0osJ
Corn ... .- 3Xi
OrtU .. !?(
Com, pure white . S5
"MARKETS BY TELEGRAM.
Uew York Money Market.
Xr.w Voiik'. Jnlr 85, InSI.
Mon-iv Eay at P, V -nt , cloninjr
oflVred at 1 T cent.
PitiME Mekc-vvtil I'Ai-rR-fi'.efl; V cent.
Stkhlino Kxchamie IhiU IttiiV.er' bills.
I l.(fl'i ; demand 91 M'
I aovnwuE.VT IlOND-i sti-ailler.
II. S. S-per-ccnU loo'nt
! U.S. ,'i-piT-CCIlt. . I12W
1 IT. d. 4-per-cenU ISi'Mrf
1 Statk SKCuniTirs Quiet
f It ULWA-r Sit. ramrv-Mitinir niid higher.
Mlmourl raducn'a bonds IMJJ
Hannibal & St JoM-phbondn. .lle
Central I'adllc Blocks SWf
I Chicago A Alton ..!.
Chicayo, llurllnRton t fjnlncy
Denver A IUO larsnde
Hannibal X -t Joraph
Hannibal A St. -.Joseph p referred (anked)..
Northwestern. . . .
New York Central
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas Cirr, Jnly :, ltl.
The l.ite-Stork lndtwlor reportu
Cirn Uj.ri.lnt. 1 TIs - tnnrLt fur itnllv
Ulppfr atronif at jetenlay'(i Jirici-: but fevrl (
rat Ii'i.-rn on mid . thrre 19 ronmncrnDic in'imrv
for kooiI liutchi-r mnn" ami town, wblrli r
filraity t Friilr l'rirc ; prra Texan ami all
raniri- rattlf ilil.l. In fnrt. notbinic loine
"hltijilrt Bti-i-r" ari-raKlnic I ..' to l.t-y Ila om i
at S t."..6 1"; buttlier' atutt aTfrKin)tTfito
I, (Ml !!, irK,(IK); conn, ti'2Htf.1; (vl-'
orailoliaff-lirrfilii, S2 VHnl.V)
llor.i Itwelptu, S.IOI ; market oprnnl bliiV. j
ealra at au ailxann- or a itriniK &c ovrr )rtir- (
day ' price j UicbuSkortliPtaleaiacn' tnii in j
the forencKin. cholcn Ilifhta brimrinit 5 'imi .", .
mlxpil j IMitZ Si. hcTV ;..Va,$.- : inark't 1
i cloned a Aliulo Ion rr, but anor niont or the alrt
Siirrr Itccelpta Ilzlit t rnartet iult atalxint
St. Louis Oram and Produce
."t I.jct, Jnly W, IsM
Kldlii MarVtt ancbanKsl
Wiikat Market fairlx active and hlu-r,
So. Jred, i'6i-'Hc rah ; M'.c.lnlxi eSS"
K7;,c Octolr, cIolngatontidi Birunii o.
CoB-f Market hlitlier but lniwtlte; IT'.O bid I
o tT--Market alow ; Mine aU- lower; r-4
2-'.'ecaslj fS),i:tH.c Aopnut jS3;wa;,eyear. I
ISrt Nothlnff done
rUELrr So market
Lc vi-Market doll at 3 ".
Yah, Market quiet tt lie fore andie.1
KtAimtin Market tinrlianged
Conx-MBitvrtteadj- at i TOS.;&.
Wiinaxr Stevlr at I f
PaovH'io's" Market firmer
I'Oaa JobblsK at I In in
Uecxirr Floor, 4.ibarrel, wheat
, ,M IK)
, i,obi i
! I i I- I
ccrn. XiM htiBiil i
bohel i rrr. cone . barter. Bon.-
."mrxitTri Flour, m,Wi) barrelt ; wfcut.t,-!
0e bmtbeja; ejjrn, 1,"" Imhl; Oat, nnne; f
rye, na-; barley, rne.
St. LouU Live Sloc'.
5r Lorn, Jaljr M, laol,
i C attlr and idieeubota teare- and Terr alow
S'jpiilV HW HU-ril UI4 OHI 4I w.. i
leeipt-eattle, 3,( J abeep. ; MrTnent
I.. 11... .f .... 1.l Kr4
t no( re7nei.
Cbtcajo Grain and Predate
Owtioo. Jnlr. I'M .'
KtotfB Market quiet aad tadr '
Witi4T In fair demand: market trnjer ,
opaeJ , lower eioODK oief late Jnrn
jeeterdaj Jalr e ,,e, rloilnz at Wjtc t
Asrait, -i.SJ,e. kUMx at r t bej.vro
teer 4H-, elln? at itMS; u.trT
.-,e, elneirix at it Z Vtilt;,
COB-xr In itoei deoairf , market cbm-UIkI
ojoe.1 weaa and Se tvmc. eltexlnx i h
Ixr jeaUTdaj-, rear iT,6fC-. May C f
Oatx Market qslet and lUvir, exxb i'
t.c;JaIr . Anjatrrf4i;.e, o
kz at 7,.iriei epVrmber 3MtKej jer
Kra s-teajT (!V
It.aT Market qsleS at Vi,(We i
KLiX-aeu Market euSer at ! Sfrjil
Posx Market dall an4 nestiaal; Jalj tod
Ani-at i4 U) , sj,ttabrls sAtl.( eJoxSoit
at Is '" rr all ll
Uu-Market irrrjral bot ttirlf . i
cih 7 wT 85 . Aoiut T nt V.K. Ii- ,
aJ : i. : ntalT tT WT U. UMat at
tT.1J..T li , OrtW r tT W. rltrix at
; - .; SS , year fcj r
JiCKrr nocr, .vJ lmUi -"Vat, il.
titt barbell ; ewra l4,w tnhei ; U, i(B,r"
boxbelx rje. mu btuvt : Varir,' r,( .
ftniraT ITot. T S" tarrele j xifct.
U.ut !rsiU; erns. r," fcBfce!J ml,
e.Kblxil- ; rje. !, bsJa , htUj.
Chtfo Ll SUCa.
tiw ri. Jalr . nri
Tke Irer- irwmet jvyxU
Hoc fceeejpt. ! Sjrrart, l,Vl
' rtarkot rik aa-S trati to:t iaektar. V5
iX Xa wiV 9tA ihk.T. H fcrJL.M fiS;t
ttwjfc'pTKie., ai. I4i . kri-. .-t;.ii.
C.tttj lUrHtSs. iJ. aMpiaeaia. i.ei
srxrlet U4t i rAoU' g-ra'Je -earrie
e.r (MTiay jswllaa, .fci (T
. Ttxa. .
- ' tmItt,IL. IJIMI tStXBBil. Ml
..w. w- r-". - . - - . .-
Jr. Vt. t re4
One of our firm is now In the Kasteru markets making Fall purchase, and in
order that we may sjet Ihe ood iu our istorr, will eommenco ou
And Continue through
Only One Week!
The Greatest Slaughtering Sale.
Of Dry ( ioo.U ever know 11 iu the Stale.
All Kinds of Hosiery
All Kinds of Corsets!
PER CENT. DISCOUNT
India Linen, i'luiii anil l'luid, Mull, Svvie and alt White Good-i
Twenty per Cent. Discount.
Lawrence, L.L., Lou-dale and Fruit or
Sold at a
All Calico 6c,
riiiaciiii-tlna.i!il nl'McuoWIU U'Z.
t (Jailiiueru lhat sold
-- f - Caahiuercii that
Drrxx lattcni(plahli of VI yard, each.
Wilt eoutaiu (iiorc b.irgAiu
Too Many Silks
riiej" hunt at 't U- following .) ijf ;riT will jli
Our Bier Drivw, tl.00 Black, at 05c
Splendid 1.25 " tl 16
" Wurrantod 1.60 " 1 26
" " 1.76 " 1.60
" " 2.00 " 1.00
2.60 " 'J.00
SUJfMKi: 8ILKS AT ALMOST AX Y ItKAXOXAULK J'JIH f
come jlstx) srs;
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llnriUr thr LA ItO KiT. Urn ItKST.tlt; C II F. A VEST th, OS'K I'HWK
Iht CASH fhy O'rxh Ifnut Kf 4r7y
' n I
20 per Cent. Discount
tliu Loom Mutllu, and all Domestic
formerly tt I-!L
at I.'mi'iiovv Wci
old at COu imvv37 l-'.'e.
CimhniercK lhat old nlh.V: not
thin von can imagine.