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WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 18S4.
NUMBER IS 4
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OUR VALLEY CITIES
The City of Healing Springs
and Romantic Name Its
Growth and Prosperity.
the City of
Since my arrival at these rather celebrated
springs, I "have become satisfied that their
merits arc not really known that, in fact,
they have not been half enough advertised.
Sinco the first announcement was made,
three vears ago, by lion. C. Ju .Mitchell,
their "present owner, of the great value of
these waters as. a cure for disease, they have
steadily grown in popularity, and now
around and near tlie;c truly wonderful
springs there has grown up a little town a
retiriug town knowing only the vicissi
tudes which besets all hansas towns
in their infancy; and, indeed, their early
vouth. Yt-t, notwithstanding the fact that
this ambitious town has alwas been de
prived of the advantages of a railroad, it has
gone on enlarging its borders and gather
ing to iUclf from di;,taiit i.tates, as well as
from our own commonwealth, n class of in
dustrious citizens who will et be heard
from. The place is incorporated, and, to
gether with Salt Citv, located hut a half
mile away, has a population of four or
five hundred. From my observations
since coming here and also lrom ,-elublo re
ports, 1 am convinced t hat .these spring"
possess remarkable healing properties par
ticularly for rheumatism ami all di-oac: ol
the stomach, liter and kidneys. It is not at
all uncommon for patients to be brought
here unable to walk, on account of rheum
atism of longstanding, and go away in a few
weeks comparatively well. A ery rapid
improvement is noticeable in nearly every
invalid who comes, so much so that those
who have given the springs a fair trial have
great confluence in their euicacy. There
aro at present about one hundred and lif.y
Iiaticnts here, somu coming from as f.ir a
ndiana purposely to try there, waters. If
properly advertised these springs woald soon
become" the resort of thousanas of invalids
and I believe it would pay them to come.
Thcro is one good hotel and several board
ing houses where good board can be pro
cured at the usual rates; besides these there
are a number of cottages of from three to
four rooms each, which are furnished and
rented by the week. It is expected that n
very largo and co'.th hotel will bu built
here in the spring.
The city is now engaged n a large and
comfortable brick school houfc, and the
Methodists aro piepari'ig to put up a
nsat edifice. The town has two newspapers
the Herald and News, and besides these and
the advantages of a daily mail, which brings
them their daily papers on the day of issue.
They have the bcnelits of telephone connect
ion with Arkansas City and Wintield. I
had almost forgotten to say that the ijuick-
cst, easiest and best way to get here i to go
to Arkansas City and come out on Charley
Thompson's hack. It costs hut a trifle and
is by tar the best way, and the hack runs ev
"Gcu'da Springs, Oct. 21, 1881.
Arkansas Citv, Ku?., Oct. 20, 18SI.
To the Editor of Ike h'aglt:
Henry Hey t, living two miles in the coun
try, lost several hogs recently that died with
dydrophobia, having beea'bit by a rabid
doe about si i weeks ago.
.tames Hill is corresponding with parties
relativo to the cot of building boats lor the
pjrpose of shipping freight down the
Arkansas river from this point.
' The wife of .1. M. Collin, diod last Wed
nesday of cancer.
Tho grand opening of 1). Brunswick's
clothing house took place last Saturday.
Southwell's cornet band, uf Wellington, fur
nished tho music
Wm. Barcan was arrested lat Thursday
by Sheriff .Mclntiro for selling liquor. He
was fined 2o0 and costs.
i. Campbell soli! ouo ol Ins larms in
Pleasant Valley township recently. Tliey
will will soon visit Kngland. He purchased
the residence property of Mr. Kitchen,
through tho agency of rrank .1. Hess.
Tho carpenters' h-mimcr and saw are
heard from early sunrise to sunset in every
direction, and scores of beautiful residences
indicate that the citv is on a boom.
H. O. I..
Yesterday was an umiually brisk bur
ners day. The s.reets wero crowded all
day and a great many good changed hands.
It "was evident that people were looking for
winter, and were laving in winter garment-,
blankets and comforts. One could hanlly
sec a wagon that did not contain a stove.
Tho chill of yesterday wa nicely coun
teracted in the "real estate ollice of H. G.
Leo by the steam heater theie in ue. The
Citizen's Bank building, in which this otlice
is located, is among the few blocks in the
city that is provided vtlth this modern ami
most satisfactory way of diffusing genial
warmth in opposition to the winter's chilly
blast Tho present weather i, of course,
but a forerunner of what is to come, yet the
heater causes a feeling of safety and satisfac
tion to steal over the average individual as
ho contemplates the pleasant room when tho
icicle has appeared as a factor in the atfai's of
the world, and the oiliee bov smiles as ho
reflects that ho will not'have to carry either
coal in or ashes out.
About two weeks ago a man named Chas.
B. Haight, whoso residence is about si
milts from Columbu, Kansas, came to this
city and sold a pair of black horses to Harry
Hill, or sold them at Mr. Hill's stable.
There was nothing wrong about that, be
cause the team appears to have been his
own. Ho remained around this city a day
or two and suddenly disappeared and has
not been seen since. While here, he was ac
companied by a short thick-set man. Hi
family have been searching for him and they
seem to apprehend foul play. Tlie case has
been placed in the hanus of detective Me
diation, and any information that will throw
any light on the atlair, or lead to the di-eov-ery
of Mr. IInii;lil will be thankfully re
ceived by detectiv c McMahon.
Yesterday there was a gentleman in our
city introducing and offering fors-ile, what
ho'callcd a "reserection plant." It i a small
plant that spreads out just above the root
like moss, is of a green color and resem
bles a sponge. 11 grows in Yucatan and
New Mexico, is not affected by wet or dry,
heat or cold, mid iti claimed that it never
dies, but lives ever crecn and blooms once
every four years. What an appropriate ar
ticleit woufd be for the Democratic party to
keep in slock. Thev could plant it over" tho
political crave of tiieir defeated candidates
and it wpuld keep them ever green. It
would bloom just as the inspiration and j
hope had seized upon the party and caused '
their zeal to nominate a candidate, and then !
when they would go down in the fall the j
bloom would go with them up salt creek,
though tho green would live lorvver upon,
Louisville. Oct. 21. The nssigiu-e of the
Neweomb-Buchanan Company sent out a
circular to-day requestini' nfl creditor to
meet in Louisville, November 27th.
Monroe, Mich., Oct. 21. To-day th
thcran ceneral council concluded the con
sidoration of ministerial acts and heard a re
port of the committee on publication and
that on trustees.
Will Resuirjo Business.
JSKW-0Kir,0ct.21. The firm of Don- 1
nell, Lavyson & Ninp-on, bankers who
failed in the recent panic in alt stroot. an-
nounce that they expect to resume business
A Jealous Lovor.
Hartfokd, Conn., Oct 21. Martin Har
rison, a car driver, and his mitres, Ada
Brown, were killed last night S. Gregory,
a former lover of the woman, has been ar
retted. Jealousy was the cause.
"Washington, D. C, Oct. 21. In relation
to a dispatch from London that Secretary
Frelingnuvscn had declared his inability to
understand tho reluctance of France to an
amicable settlement of the difficulty with
China, Mr. Frelinghuysen says ho had ,
never expressed an opinion on'the subject
BixGUAMTQy, Oct. 21. As General But
ler was about to step on tlie train for Boston
he got a telegram calling him to New York.
New York, Oct. 21. Charles Mitchell,
recently defeated by the boy McCaffrey, of
rutsuurg, nau a draw ngiit to-mgiit with
Wamiixgtox, J). C, Oct 21 The indi
cations for tho Missouri valley are: Gener
ally fair weather, north-west wind, nearly
Lockpokt, N.Y., Oct. 21. The Lockport
banking association to-day made an assign
ment of bank and personal property to pro
tect its creditors. No preferred creditors.
Detroit, Oct. 21. A Free Press special
f.-om Stignace Fav ill's lumered that the
fire at Grand Marois destroying the hotel
and other buildings was incendiary. It is
al'O rumoicd that the proprietor of the ho
tel shot the incendiary, and has been jailed.
TirxxtLTO-V, W. Va., Oct. 21. At Thom
as coke ovens, six miles east of here last
night, three men, while trying to examine a
defect in one of the ovens," were cast upon n
mass of burning coke by tho caving in of
the oven. No traces of the unfortunate vic
tims could be found except some silver
coins. It is supposed the gas from the coals
strangled the men.
SimKvra-OKT.La.Oct. 21. Last night,
while a posse under instructions of the chief
oi police were conveying t. lias. JIcLane,
white, from the city toBclleruo jail, they
vverc overpowered when six miles lrom the
city by uriiied and masked men, who took
the prisoner and hanged him to a tree.
McLane was suspected oC having fired a
gin mill on the Boston plaMntiou.
Sued for Libel.
KociiKSTnn. Oct. 2'-An action for libel
damages for SoO.OJyt) ,s been commenced
by John 11 Moorv, jr., one of the proprie
tors of tho Chester Union and Advertiser,
against tho New Yoik Morning Journal. It
is asserted the libel contained an item tele
graphed to the litter paper from here, ap
pearing yesterdiy, falsely connecting the
plaintill'with a breach ol promise suit.
Chicago, Oct. 21. The Journal's Vto
qua, Wisconsin, special says: John Hiischka,
German, a farmer who murdered his aged
wife Sunday, was found in the woods yes
terday in hi night clothes nearly frozen to
death and was ft raving mani?c He vfib
placed in jail and when apparently rational
was told of his crime. Du.ing tlie night ho
committed suicide by hanging.
Hung by a Mob.
Ciiattaxoora, Oct. 21. A special to the
Times from Centre, Alabama, says: A mob
lat night hanged J. It. Dorscy," postmaster
at Alpiye, Georgia, a man aged seventy-live,
and Jane Wade, a proUilulc past sixty, to
ihe same limb andby the same rope for the
murder of Mr.-, liavis aud her guest, C.
C. Jones, near Alpine three weeks ago. Mr.
Jones was Dorsey's niece. He a-saksinated
her in her own doorway, and then shot her
guc-t, suppo-ing it was her husband. Tho
motive ol tho cimo is not known, but is
suppo-ed to have been actuated by jeal
ousy. Missionary Convention.
St. Louis, Oct. 21. Tho annual meeting
of the General Christian Missionary conven
tion opened to-day with a session of the
Christian Women's boaul. Mrs. Maria
Jnmicaon. of ludianapoli, delivered the
opening address. M. II. Shortndge, of In
dianapolis, secretary, received a report
showing the progress for the past year. The
treasurer, Mrs. Mary E. Cole, of Indianap
olis', reported the tolal roceipts for tho year,
which were? 11, ISO, with balance on hand
of S2,8l:. Iteports were received from
missions in Jamaica, India, Japan, Montana,
and Dakota, after which reports from the
states were reau.
Gai.vitox, Tex., Oct 21. An Austin
special says: (rovcrnor I.'eland to-day tele
graphed Adjutant-General King, at Fort
Woith, ordering the immediate arrc.-t ol all
persons engaged in the le-euc of Jim Court
right He onieis General King to file a
swoin complaint against every participant.
The governor proposes to see if the law cai
be enforced. Captain Schmidt, of the state
i angers, and ISicbinoml, agent for New Mex
ico,:ire in consultation with thejjovernor
to-day regarding tho a, rest and escape of
Courtrighl, and ask n requisition for Meln
tvrc. It is now believed the papers for
Mclntyre's transfer are defective. Tear
are expressed that Mclntyre will
be released on habeas corpus.
Railroad War Rates.
Ciiicaoo, Oct 21. New tariffs were is
sued vcsicrday bv tho AVestern Trunk line
association, which omitted ihoNoi.hwestern
railway, and commissioner Vivii.in's name
did not appear on them. This is take.i to
signify that the Northwestern, in lefusing to
report its Siouv City and Pacific business to
the association, is to be forced out of the
tripartite pool and by this; action it is already
ignored by the other roads. In tho a-soei.i-tion
it is now declared that if tho North
western does not desire to withd.'aw volun
tarily it will bo compelled to go into the
courts to tet tho legality and force of the
The officials of the freight department of
tho Northwestern road siy the management
of that road will not submit to being ignored
in the tripartite, aud will, if nece-sary, go in
to tlie courts to enforce the fullfilment of
tho contract under which tho pool was
The Illinois Central and Michigan Central
roads have given up the light lor the pos
session of the three blocks on tho ltko front
for depot purposes, and v ill rebuild on the
site ol the old depot at the foot of Lake
stnt, where the ruined walls have been
landing since the fire of 1871.
Arrested on Suspicion.
Boston, Oct 21. A dispatch from Al
bany states that llemy A. Ilodgeboom, the
farmhand who claims to have discovered
tho obstruction on the track of the Boston
aud Albany road at Kindcrhook Frid ty
night, has been arrested on suspicion. The
theory is held that tho net was committed,
not with malicious intent, but in hopes of
flagging tho tram when he intended to nc
quaint the passengers with the fact that he
had saved their lives, in expectation that he
would be handsomely remunerated for his
gallantrv. Experiments show that a man
could place lads acios Uie tiackand re
move tlicm inside of ten minutes.
W.vsiiiMiTOX, D. C, Oct. 21. Thi.-d race
Arl'ngton stakes, 2-year-olds, si starting?.
f?t Augustine won;l'nre-t -eeond, Entius
third. ' Time, 1:1?.
Fourth race, Washington sttkes, all aces
one and a quarter mile, won by Drake Car
ter; Itica second, Gen. Monroe third. Time.
The steeple chase, full course, was won bv
Quebec, who citnc in three mile ahead of
l!eponse. Alice Doswell one-eighth mile be
hind the latter. No time taken.
An accident occurred in the second race.
While the horses wore going around the
second lime dim Nelson foil and broke his
left fore leg.
The opening day was a success. Three
thouand people were in attendance, the
1 grand stand being nearly filled bv ladies.
The racing was excellent and th fields
Newton, Kas., Oct. 21. The fine rain in
this portion of Kansas the pat twenty-four
hours will be a grevt help to the fall wheat
llnS :ust cip?ci here, involving the rig
tjlp board of cducatfcnto classify tin
orC(i children in school to themselves.
.hi interesting e-a-e in me uisirici court
res. was ,
decided against the school board by
Judge Houck. The case is to go to the sii-
prcme court. '
Judge Bowman has decided to make the
race 5s the Bepublican candidate for state
senator from this district, after much urging
by the citirens of both this and Kcno ciun-!
tie. ' Gentlemkn 1 am grateful for your calk
James Geary" safe was broken into and , I am grateful for vour friendly spirit. Am
robbed of its contents, about $l!?0. Thirty- grateful for your"csprcssionof good wIIL
nine dollars of tho amount belonged to the The assurrnce" of German sympathy and Gcx
liesubmissionists of this city. ' mansupportin Indiana is arepetition of what
The Kepublican rally last Thursday was I receiv ed in Ohic When I reached Ohio
the grandest political demonstration ever I sought conference with German friends.
seen m mis pan me siaie, anu tue cemo-. ana was assured, and subsequent event
crats are tmtting forth every effort to eclipse i confirmed the assurance, that far from
it on 1-riday, when Gov. Ghck will be pres- hostile to me
TION OF THE PLUMED
The Grandest Welcome Ac
corded the Republican Nom
inee Ever Witnessed in
the Hoosier State.
Immense Crowds Greet the
Train Conveying Mr. Blaine
at Every Station Along
the Line of Travel.
Kansas Republicans Working
Like Beavers, and Enthusi
astic Meetings at Vari
GENERAL LOGAN MEETS THE
CITIZENS OF THE HAWK-EYE
STATE AT MARSHALL
TOWN. Greeted by a Large Crowd, and Wel
comed by the Booming of Cannon,
Ringing of Bells and Blowing
The Official Vote of Hamilton County,
Ohio, Shows the Republicans Have
IxdiaxaI'OLIs, Oct. 21. At Peru, Lo
gansport, Kokomo, Tipton and Noblesville
there were very large crowds, probably av-
eiaging 10,000 each, aud Blaino was every- ,
wheic received witli the most enthusiastic
demonstrations. At each place he spoke
briefly upon the great importance to Indi
ana and to the other states that aro develop
ing manufactures of maintaining the pro
It was about -1 o'clock when the train ar
rived at Indianapolis. The demonstration
here is the grandest that has been made on
Blaine's western tour, and lias certainly
never been excelled by any other in cither
magnitude or enthusiasm. Immediately
upon leaving tho train Mr. Blaino entered a
carriage in company with Senator Harrison,
Gov. Porter and "Mr. Byron, chairman of
the committee of arrangements, and was
driven in the procession, escorted by a large
body of Plumed Knights, through Washing-
lonstreit and the principal streets ot tiio ,
citv entirely across tho citv to tho military !
On either side, along the entire route,
nearly every building was gayly decorated,
and the streets and sidewalks were densely
packed with a slow moving mass of men,
women and children. Tn addilion to those
in tho streets, other spectators occupied
every available point of observation and in
every doorway and window, on tho roos of
hous'es, on the lamp posts, on trees, and tel
egraph poles, human beings stood or sat or
When he arrived at thepark Mr. Blaine
ascended a stand, from which ho faced the
r.if innltittile ind tliore minn beinir intro
duced by Governor Porter, he delivered the
Friends axi Fellow Citizens I feel
that such a magnificent reception as that
which 1 have had to-day in tho capitol of
Indiana is eo complete in itself that a speech
cannot add to its effect, and that I should
content myself with offering you, as I do,
my profound and heartfelt thanks. Cries
ol go on, and cheers. In no state of the
Union, in no citv of the Union, could such
a reception and such a welcome be more
significant in itself, or more grateful to me
personally. Gicat checring.J We stand
on the eve of an important national election,
in whoso decision Indiana will have potential
advice will settle it. Sho is looked to by
our opponents, as she has been in former
vears, as an ally of the solid south against
her sister states north. Since the election in
We5t Virginia tlie Democratic party count
upon a solid vole in the south, and I may
be permitted to express the opinion that no
more unpatriotic thing can be done than for
northern men to wage a continued solidifi
cation based upon the- memories of rebellion.
It ha been the aim and desire of the Bc
publican party to develope the material in
terests of the south and make her people for
get and the nation forget that we have ever
been foes, remembering only that we arecit
i7cns of n common union, under a common
constitution looking to a common destiny.
But our opponents "meet us in an entirely
different spirit and with an entirely
diucrcnt course of action. Instead of the
memories of the union, they invoke the
prejudices of the rebellion in their aid, and
ask that New York and Indiana shall join
the unholy alliance and turn the national
government over to the south. I do not be
licvo that Indiana will do
that under its present leadership any
more than it could have done the same
thing under tho leadership of Oliver P. Mor
ton, the badge of whose memorial club lam
Croud to wear, (plucing his hand on his
reast) to sa nothing of its significance in
other aspects. The ti iumph of the northern
element in the Democratic party clearly
means the triumph of free trade.
The speaker then briefly discussed the tar
iff and closing said: You are free men, you
have a flee ballot, but in the south we have
a million friends who have not agreed to it
The south has thirty-seven electoral votes
bi-scd upon the vote" of the colored men, vet
tr.o colored men of the south, althougfi a
million in number, cannot choose a
single presidential clectoi. As a
result of that the political powerof the
white man in the south enormously increas
ed beyond that of a white in Indiana or in
Maine. For the time being we will not argue
the tho question of negro sufirage, but I sub
mit as a fair proposition to evefv man in the
laiid that if the south is to havo thirty-seven
presidential elector, bv rca-on of the negro
vote, then the net ro himself oucht to 'be
allovvod to cast his ballot , iblc to the niked eye at Alexandria. It ap-
The i-,uo is in vour hands, and Indiana pears a a nefblous body, condensed at con
ns f mid v.he.i I bJiran. will have the notrn. ter and devoid of tails.
tial voice in the decision. and fiom the pon- !
r'arnemonsir.uion? 1 nave wu.iessea since
1 crossed the border of
the state, I am sure
lied upon to main-
ml sustain as the a-
that Indiana may be relied
tain a protective tanj ami
uranco there to tho Republican partv.
From the parkIr.Blaine was driven to the
residence of Senator llarri-on. After dinner
a deputation of German-American citizens
called upon him and presented the following
Hon. .lames (J. Blaine: The German
American Kepublican organization of In
dianapolis ha? delegated the undersigned lo
espre to you. their confidence and esteem
in the identity of our public life with the
ri-e and progress ot our country and our 1
Sarty. 1 he eminent services you have ren- will not sustain the enterprise directed
ereil to both are matters of history, and , against England rather than risk her pre
make our duty as pleasant as h is honorable, tension to the possessions of the mouth of
Your election to the presidential chair will the Congo. Holland, distrusting Germany,
honor our country and our party. I is inclined to see in all action against
looking over the pages of history we find ' England, a strategic movement of which the
the Republican party to nave Dcen the par
tv of liberty and procrr, and we trust that
it will be the same in ths future. Upon
tnoso pages wc louna vour name ana mat
ee-nerui isim, inscnoeu .
with golden letters, and v.c feel that, as
heretofore, so vou will in the future bo
known to the country. Please accept this
daennient as a token of our appreciation
and endorsement of your life, character and
public services. We welcome vou to the l
capitol ol our great state.
Air. Tllsinc replied as followes:
personally, mv German fellow-
citircns were what I had a right to expect,
and you so eloquently declare, friendly and
partial to me. Thanking you again gentle
men for the cordial expression of your ad
dress, I am proud to take each one of you
by the hand in token of mutual friendship
Latee-tA largo deputation of clergy
men, about thirty in number, called upon
Blaine, and presented addresses etc.
Nrw Youk, Oct 21. The county Dem
ocracy to-day made the following nomina
tions: Mayor, Wm. R. Grace; comptroller,
Edward D.'Low; district attorney, Randolph
B. ilartine; president of the boaid of alder
men, Adolph L. Sanger; coroner, Dr. Louis
W. Schultz; judges of the court of common
pleas, Henry Wilder Allen, Edward Patter
son and Alfred Wagstafl'.
Mabshaixtoitx, la., Oct 21. Logan ar
rived thisnftcrnoon and was greeted with
the booming of cannon, exploding of rail
road torpedoes and tho pandemonium of
sound created by all the whistles and bells
of tho city. An escort of thirty old soldiers
conducted tho Logan party up town, where
Gen. Logan was introduced to a crowd of
twelve or fifteen thousand people by cx-Gov.
Kirkwood. Mr. Logan spoko but briefly,
the weather bcine cliillv and wind stronir.
j He opened his speech w"ith a glowing trib
' ute to Iowa; compared her experience under
me administration oi tne two great parties
and concluded with a plea for the protectivo
policy of the Republican party. The crowd
cheered his remarks continually. After
taking dinner the party left for Os'kaloosa.
Des Moixks. la., Oct 21. At Grinnell a
magnificent ovation was tendered Logan.
The Plumed Knights met the train and es
corted him to the park, where f,C00 people
wero gathered, and Generrl Logan spoke for
a fevv moments. At Oskaloosa there was ii
repetition of the scene. At Marshalltown
the streets to the park were packed with
people, anu a torch-light escort ot over
2,000. He made a spirited speech. A com
pany of young ladies in handsome uniform
escorted him to the train.
Doniphan County Ticket.
Tnov, Kan., Oct. 21. The Doniphan
county Kcpublican convention to-day nom
inated tho following ticket: Probate" judge.
E. E. Dixon; clerk district court, E.IS. West
fall; county attorney, . J. Close; county
superintendent, H. F. Shancr; representa
tive, first district, Phillip Kelly; representa
tive, second district, Wm. H. Deckard; coun
ty commissioner, first district, C. O. Turkel
son. The candidates for representative were
uninstructcd but are in favor of re-electing
Senator Ingalls. Tho resolutions of the
convention endorse the national Kepublican
platform and pledges its support to the na
tional and state tickets and declare it favor
of resubmission and a constitutional conven
tion. Maj. Morrill is having large and enthusi
astic meetings in Doniphan county and will
receive tho full Republican vote.
Cixcixxati, O., Oct. 21. The following
is the official count of tho state ticket in
SF.CKETARV OK STATE.
judge or suritEME COUI1T.
I Martin, Democrat
HOARD PUBLIC WOUK.S.
Fleckingcr, Republican 07,597
Benfcr, "Democrat 31,232
Ogden, Greenbacker 215
Kirkendale, Prohibition 1-15
At Wilson, Kansas.
Bcssell, Kas., Oct 21. Hon. Lewis Han
back, Wirt W.Walton and Hon. .1. J. A. T.
Dion addressed a largo crowd at Wilson
last night The enthusiasm for Martin is
growing every day in Ellsworth county, and
beU are freclv- made that he will carry it
Later The largest political rally held in
this city thh your occurred to-day. The
fariners'came for miles to hear Hon. Lewis
Hanback, who spoke this afternoon. He
discussed the issues of tho day from a Ue
publican standpoint, devoting himself
mainly to the tariff question. He left on tho
7 o'clock train for Wakecny, completing
his caaxiiss for congress this week.
In the evening a grand rally was held, the
Blaine and Logan clubs of Itusscll and Bunk
er Hill joining in a street parade with 200
torches in line. After the display an audi
ence of 000 filled the opera house and listen
ed attentively to Wirt W. Walton for an
hour and a half, who talked upon national
and state questions. Much enthusiasm was
manifested, and tho speech stirred up our
local llepublicans to renewed efforts for tho
state ticket He was followed by Ira E.
Lloyd, candidate for state senator. "
Salt Lake, Oct. 21. The judge charged
the jury in the Claw son polygamy case at
10 a. m." The jury is still out
SritiNfiFiELD, Mo. Oct. 21. The north
Springfield postoffice was burglarized last
night and over a thousand letters taken, to-
l gether with a small amount of money and
stamps, several otner places wero entered
in both Springfield and north Springfield,
which is infested with a band of housebreak
ers who have been operating heavily for the
Paths, Oct. 21. The committee having
charge of the senatorial reform bill, decided
by a vote of five to four that seventy-five
life senatorsbips at present at the diposaI of
tho senate be added as fast as they fall va
cant to nine years' seats, at tho disposal of
the chambers jointly.
London, Oct 21. Appronoso of news from
Cairo states that Kallio lfrothers, banker,
have suspended. Itallie Ilros. are merchants
in London and write that thev never had
any business connections with Kcyptians
and that there is no bank there of tl'at firm
Uerlix, Oct 21. Prussian counts were j
ordered to wear mourning for the Duke of'
Brunswick, a fortnight, and the inhabitants I
of Brunswick two month". The king of
Saxony, grand duke of Aldenburg. duke of
Cambridge and Prince Albert, of Prussia, 1
representing Emperor 'William, will attend
London, Oct 21. The comet recently
discovered bv Prof. Wolf, of Heidclbure,
and Prof. Copeland, of England, i now visi-
Karl Granville has obtained the consent of
i 01 .
iii i(rTTVin jirui rrt.nfii .'nvrrnynflni i jn inn I .
proposal to finish the work of the Congo
conference to the settlement of the Congo ;
question. Errl Granville stipulates this de-
TTA?'AlTrZ ' Si'drcw on him as their necessities reouheL
1 ". i,,i 1 f r s.U ,j 1. r '
recognition of he nrmrinle nf nr,wntr 1
Portugal, on; the lower Congo, is under I
cigners and Portuguese.
The FranklortGarette predicts the failure
of the conference unles; English hostility
ceases. It savs; "The American
m?nt has given Gennanv to understand it
final object is tho annexation of Holland. '
It alleges the colonial interest are opposed
to those of the French and she al-o up-
trtrs fir ." n th .i -..---
hours there were twentv-two new cases of
London, Oct 21. Tbe Standard, in its
financial column, savs: There are renewed
Manaai column, avk inereare renewec, ,
Jt f"0"! difficulties impending in
e Liverpool produce and shipping trade.
One company of American liners recently
called a formal meeting of its. creditors and
repeated its inability to fullv meet its en-
lament., but no "fom,! bArV Tssnlv .
Komz. Oct Cardinal Cartolomeo
d anzo, bishop of Calvi, is dead- .
that a French corvette ha been exchanging
shots with the Taiwan forti on the west J
coast of Formosa. The corvette sub'ecU all j
approaching steamers to a teaching. '
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES IN
CAUSE GREAT LOSS.
Georgia and Louisiana Furnish
Their Usual Hanging Bee
A Drunken Engineer Causes
The Death of Himself "and
A Wisconsin Man Murders His
Wife and Then Hangs
Donnell, Lawson and Simpson, New
York Bankers, Will Resume
The Various Railroad Companies Still
at War with Each Other,
Which it is Thought will Cause Very
Cheap Passenger Rates to all
Flames at Trenton, Ont.
Teextox, Ont. Oct 21. Tho postoffice,
telegraph office, McCampbridge's hotel, Or
ange hall and ten "tores in the village of
Frankfort wero burned to-day. Loss not
Horse Found Buried.
Wameoo. l"as.. Oct. 21. Ycstcrdcy near
a stone quarry, some seven or eight miles
northeast of here, a horse was found buried.
It was a sorrtl about eleven or twelve years
old, weight about 1,200 pounds, white "tripe
down forehead, left hind foot white, had on
a halter with a rope hitch strap. The
horse wa sound and had been shot in tho
head and died. It did not belong in this
neighborhood. There is su-picion of foul
play, and parties are now making further in
vestigations. Fire Record.
MAUQUETTr, Mich., Oct. 21. Word was
received from Grand Marias that a fire 'c
curred there Sunday morning. A hotel,
one dwelling and two stircj burned. Two
lives were lost in the hotel, names not
learned. Henry Gamble, a prominent citi
zen, was shot at while the fire was burning,
but wa3 not hit The los has not been as
certained. PiilL.vpEi.rniA. Oct 21. Numbers 111
and 113 Union street, occupied as a ware
house by Crew, Levi & Co., manufacturers
of lard oil, was burned to-dav. A brick
tenement and thirteen three-story brick
dwellings in tho rear wero also burned.
Fire in Canada.
Quebec, Oct 21. News from Giispie has
just reached here that a flfc started by poo
ple clearing brush, has spread during the
night to the village Chlorydormi'i, destroy
ing all the houses and boats of the place,
rendering twenty families homeless. The
people at first took shelter in the boats, but
were soon surrounded by firo and obliged to
flee to the sea coast, where they were utterly
destitute and have not had any food to eat
to-day. Immediate assistance is clearly
necessary, the fishing along the coast having
been very poor this season. Neighboring
villages eim render but scantily to the sufferer-.
One family is reported 'missing. The
poor people saved nothing and the suffering
will bo very great unless assistance reaches
Baltimore, Oct. 21. The Philadelphia,
Utmngton cc Ualtimore railway company i
filed their answer to-day in the circuit court .
to the bill to Baltimore & Ohio railway com
pany, upon which an injunction was'grant-
cd by Judge Fisher on October 10th, re- i
straining the Philadelphia, Wilmington it
Baltimore company from refusing to carry '
the airs of the Baltimore & Ohio between1
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, j
Tho Philadelphia, W ilmingtou & Baltimore (
company iiikcs an appeal irom un;
injunction to tho court of appeals of Mary
land, and gives an indemnifying boiid for
$200,000. This action suspends the injunc
tion until the final determination of the
question by the court of appeals.
"'asiiinoto.v, Oct. 21. The funeral of
Mr. "Wormlcy, the famous hotel keeper was
one of the m'ost remarkable tributes and
respect ever paid to a colored man in this
country. An immense crowd of friends and
admirers of the dead man was assembled in
the hotel and the streets ontside were so
threnged that tho police had difficulty in
keeping the way clear for carriages. The
ccrvices were conducted in the saloon par
lors of the hotel, which were draped in
black and decorated with many floral offer
ings. The officiating clergyman were l!ev.
Drs. Sunderiin, Grimake and Warring, and
tho pall-bearers, sixteen in number, were se
lected from anions the most prominent
white and colored citizens of the District of .
Columbia. Over two tbousannd people, '
among them the most distinguished in 1
W'aehintrton, viewed the remains and many j
who had been benetieiaries of Mr. AVormlyls '
generosity, came to pay the lu-t mark of af- I
lection to the memory of their departed
San Francisco Items.
San Francisco, Oct. 21. The Central
Pacific railroad company announce lh.
adoption of the 120th meridian standard !
time for running trains to Ogden and El lao .
will begin November 1st. ,
T!.,. it i.r e .i. ti. i :
x jiuuina jruwil, easuii'r iu tut- uaui. ii
California, said to-day to an a-soci-itcd
press agent: Ihe special statement- tele
graphed ea-t by the Bank of California were
seriously involved in the failure of Arthur ,
Bowman, capitalist of the state, were untrue, j
And uncovered advanced, said .Mr. Brown,
"will probably exceed the figure tele-
graphed through the associated press last
night. I nilcr no circnmstauccs can it ex-
coed SS0.O00." Bowman, whoe failure is
one of the most extraordinary incidents that ,
d" .- , ' , f
ever occurred on this coa--t was conn-
.PS"f?-.-'no5l WP!vUh a":
loO.WVJW. He transacted
nil their V.usinoss in hi rian.P. nm! tl,M-
"e has unencumbered p-operty itanding in ;
fe "! -me worth life, and the iav
otlorc ne 'Sni" 'a P"y ?
signature at anv bank in the citv for ,
y, then, he failed on the pre- ,
entition of drafw amounting to only S-12,-
! 000, is what his not intimate fri-nd, a7o
j unable to comprehend The assignee has
hu.t is.iiod a r?rr!ilr tttinc that tho liahili-
ties are about 5771,000: asset. $553,000.
St. Locis, Mo., Oct 21. The case of the
Baltimore & Ohio express against the Ad
am.', American and United States e:prcs
rorr.THimw -wptss Im-atiI tv-dsr in ih Fniud
States court by Judge Treate. upon an ap
plication ol the uiltimorc umo lor an or
dr of injunction. Judge Treate denied the
order for the injunction and dunusscd the
temporary restraining order heretofore is
sued, holding that an express company
has tb right to refuse advance
accrued charges on shipments tendered to it
. . .
by any preceecmg cxprwi or ranroa.l com-
Judge Treat said a common carrier
e restrained lrom discriminating on
i rcpect to its legal obligauon a
earner, tint that an
company was under no such
" rtTsac charges toa connectmg
because the Adam. American and
t United State companies cho to extjd
SSTl. iTcXr r S
whv the TOlIrU ij com t u to pu..
Ohio. It is a matter of favor and not of
right It may be accorded by the company '
to"" aaother" If it cboex, and J
it may also he legally denied. '
I WKmrnTftV fM 1 5simA tan Avm
ago Everett P. Wheeler, counsel for the
civil service reform association, of New
York, sent a. communication to President
I Arthur, stating that CoL Dudley, commis-
1 sioner of pensions, was absent from his post
ana conducting a canvass lor tne itepuDli
can party in Onio to the entire neglect of
his ofiicial duties, and furthermore, that he
had given orders that applications for pen
sions filed by voters residing in Ohio and
Indiana bo taken up out ot their order ofj
filing and have preference in their
examination over those filed by
persons residing in any of tho other states.
The president feferrea the letter to the act-
mg secretary oi tne interior, wno in turn
sent it to 0. G. G. Clark, acting commis
sioner of pensions, who to-day made a re
port, in which, after recapitulating the sub
ject matter charged, he says: "I will state
briefly that Commissioner Dudley left thi
city on or about September, SOtb. last, when
the duties of the otlice devoted upon
me. Un or about September 20 ult, Col.
utiuiey r turned to the city, ana wnuenere
handed you his resignation" as commissioner
of pensions, the same to take effect Nov.
10th next He airain left the citv Sep
tember 31st and returned tho 16t"h hist
During the absence of tho commissioner of
pensions no precedence of action has been
given in pensions to those residing either in
Ohio or Indiana, or in fact for
any purpose within the scope of
Mr. Wheeler's statement, nor have I receiv
ed from Cob. Dudley, cither before hu de
parture irom tins city or uurmg ins aosence,
any oruers or instructions relating to tnu sub
ject I am not aware, nor have 1 any reason
to believe, any specific instructions to any
subordinate officer had been given by CoL
Dudley with a view to secure such partial
action in a discrimination in the settlement of
pension claims for the purposes referred to
by Mr. Wheeler to the detriment
ofothcrs equally deserving, would be so
criminately unjust that I 'may be pardoned
in emphasizing my denial, so far as my ac
tion or knowledge ever can go, that any
such favoritism has ever been shown. "l
may add that Mr. Clark submits with the
report a long table of figures to
hmtiate bis statements. Secretav Gresh-
am returned from New York this evening
Mrs. McNee, wife of Alexander McNee,
contractor for dredging tho Potomac fiats,
shot herself in the head to-night while suffer
ing from a temporary aberration of the
mind, induced by an attack of melancholy.
She cannot recover.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct. 21. Tho Supreme
Castle of the Ancient Order of Knights of
the Mystic Cham met here in annua) con
vention this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and will
be in session until Thursday evening. Thir
ty delegates, representing twenty-five states,
arc in attendance. To-day's "session was
taken up with reading reports from the dif
ferent state castles and conferring degrees
upon some of the representatives present
Howard Mvrton struck a heavy gas vein
last night on his farm near Four-Mile Bun.
Now York Notes.
New York, Oct 21. Judge Van Bricnt,
of the supreme court, "muted an order giv
ing the receiver of the North River Con
struction company leave to sue tho West
Shore railroad company for the settlement
of outstanding accounts' between thorn, and
for the determination of the rights of credi
tors of the North Bivcr Construction com
pany, who claim a lien upon tho property
held by the West Shore. The order also
authorizes the receiver to intervene as a
party defendant in tho suit for tho fore-
closure of a SoO.W.OOO mortgage.
Boston, Mass., Oct 21. A special dis
patch from St. Paul says that the boiler of
it threshing machine on the Leech tfc Nich
ols farm at Belt Bamie, exploded to-day, in
stantly killing Thomas Evander, the'engi
neer, John Smith, John Lingwood, Chris
Swanson and John Johnson, farm hands,
and Wrn. Pierce, aged eleven years. An
unknown man waj also badly scalded. The
engineer was recovering from a debauch.
Eldorado, Kas., Oct. 21. Bob Cross,
who was arrested in Sumner eounly, for the
shooting of Deputy Sheriff" Hollister, and
who wa-turned over for confinement in the
Winfield jail, was conducted here by Sheriff
Mclntyre and given into the custody of
Sherili'Dodson, of this county, and is now
in jail. Cross was brought hero to prevent
his being hanged by the infuriated citizens.
Dry Goods Market.
New York, Oct. 21. The dry goods
market is ctv quiet Small orders and se
lections keep trade alive, but unseasonable
weather in way of a high temperature checks
Georgia has 137 boy convicts.
Chinese lepers are numerous in Portland,
A state fish hatchery will be established at
A Neucc county Texan has C,000 horses
on his ninclic.
-M. licnan has completed his history of the
A Brooklyn grammar school has fur
nished two elopement cases.
A Philadelphia female medium has eloped
with one of her sitters.
Indiana hns 200 coal mine, producin;; an
nually 2,000,000 tons ef coal.
New York girl board a street car in mo
tion with the dexterity of men.
There are marketed in New York citv
during the Mason 200,000,000 clams.
The round trip expenses of an Atlantic
steamer run from 40,000 to ST0,000.
There wero 1,000,000 cigars shipped to
New York from Key AVcst last week.
An eiclit weeks' trip to Kurope for an un
married man may be made for .120.
The New York stock exchange has 1,200
members. Thev aro never all present
The landi to be taken bv New York
around Niagara. 1'alls are valued nt $1,430,-
Tho recent snrfiv storm in Nevada did
serious damage to fruit trees in Humboldt
The area of Philadelphia i 129 square
miles, and the area of London is 122 square
The elopement epidemic geU tbo
best of parents and doctors, but clergymen
thrive on it.
A hanas farmer realized over $700 from
an acre of watermelons which he shipjK-l to
A curiosity at the American Institute fair
m -w tork u a ouncn 01 graphs weighing
T. rn, ,,,; 1lTl , ,, .
,nr 1 ,.ji.,J. ,.. ..v r ,
" . . -' 7 ;
" CWllirotl Cloning COUpIes from Ohio
'Indiana have been married at Coving-
lon "-J" nng me iki-i j ear.
A SmhWIte Gj, farmer ha. orders from
-' ' 'or ;W pnnu Ol wair melon
fcl. to be "Town next vcar.
Tfco nm: nftJi i.mii ?. n.n;mn...
- ' , " ... - "--. .. t..l.U(..V. ...
urging the construction of a north and outh
rail road through Arizona.
James II. Cone, a nightwatchman in San
Francisco, in the past four year, hai aved
fifty -even persons from drowning.
B-diimore U rejoicing in tke fact that be
fore many months it will have an elegant
free public library. The Pratt library U
A Georrsa man recejatly killed hi horn
in an outburst f tnper,and tba blew hU
own brain tn?t through remore tot the
The twsfy-even night school In New
York city "have just opened with 12,000
scbolart. " Tbe tours is to continue twesty
Blue fih are cheaper in tb New York
market than thev lave beea before the twenty-Eve
year. The bet are sold at STe cent
A sockty for tbe jUpBrmion of vice, mod
eled on the plan of limilar fodetio hi eut
era citie, ha ut bs-n organized in Saa
There are only two beet t:gar factor? in
&$il Z S '
J arhais. Quebec, Can tbe other at Alro-
A CaHforai fruit grower hai succeeded
in prosing clisgnonrj peache so large that
but fle-?n can be packed in a twesty-f v
pouad bos- -
FINANCE ANU COMMERCE.
Shipping strs M S8l.5
Batchers' steers .. 3 HS M
r'tcowand heifers - S SOWtWO
rat thlpplng hogs, beet 3 7MOU
Stock ami feeding bog 0004 00
Sheep .:.... i 9e3M
Cora . .............
Corn , pure white .. .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Honey Market.
Naw Took, October 21. 13M
Moxrr Easy;t l,-2 9 cent.
Piuxx Mixcaxtilk farSB 3C V cent.
Stxeixso Exciixscx weak; 4.ht.
GovncsnaxT Bosds Firm.
17. S. 3-per-eent ...
IT. S. 4t-pcr-ceuti ..
,r. S. 4-per-centa....
State Sicckities Quiet.
Railway Siccamis Lower
Wiaonrl Pacific i bonds
Hannibal A St Joseph bonds
Central PadUe stocks
Chicago A Alton......
Chicago, Burlington A Qulncf
Denver A Itio Grande
Hannibal X St Joseph .......
Haanibal A St . Joseph preferred (asked)
Northern Pacific .
North western. ..
New l'ork Central
Union Pacioe . .
Western Union , MS"
Kansas City Grain and Produce.
Kansas City, October 21, lsl.
The Daily Indicator reports :
Flocb Dall; sales, one car load of choice at
Wiiiat Kecelpti, Ui.JJS bushels ; shipments,
SJ.M') bushels; In store. Til 2Je(bashels. Market
more steady: November. SfflS higher. No. 2
red, cash, ii.',; October. 4Si; November, MO
SIV; December, M bid, b, asked; January,
m;,- bid, teii asked; May, .' bid, w!K asksd.
No. 3 red, 41: orember, Si bid, i: asked; in
jected, ii bid, .tut,' asked; No. S sort, Ui.V bid.
Corn Keceipts, 8,1,0 bnsbeli; shipments,
12,t-C0 bnshels; In store, 50,10) bushels. Mar
ket stronger; .UQlVhlgbe.. No, Umlxed.eash,
3,(3;,';; October, 7a.:.:,'; November, 39 bid.
30Ji rsked; year, 37K bid, 37'; asxed: January,
X'i bid, t:H asked; May, .'; wjlta mixed,
4JXbid, 41 asked; high mixed, 3, bid; re
jected, S8 bid, SOU; astrd;
Oats Cash, 23i asked; October, SSKbld,
23 asked; November, 22 bid, 23)i asked.
Kansas City Live Stock.
KAKsAs.Cmr. October 21, 18S4.
The Live-Stock Indicator reports :
Cattle Iteeeipts, 2,'jou; market steady; ex
porters, ti.0Ot,SU; good to choice (hipping ,
SJ.b33.(U; common to medium, 3.M&3.4a;
feeders, $.!.75ffi4.23; cows, t M&3.25; grass
Texas steers, 3.U&J.iu.
Hoos Receipts, 4.121; market opened firmer
and lie higher, ctotcd weak with advance lost,
lots evcrnfcl i(t 175 to 2,i poands, l,tt.';4 W.
SitXEr Receipts. 173; market quiet ; fair to
good inuttone at t2.7S3,23 ; common to me
dium, 2.U'!2 M
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
Sr. LOC14, October 21,
Flocb Market unchanged.
Wheat Market hJgucr, fa'r"'- active,
red 77C4.; reh: !iQ..i October
1071 .iwituiuvii ;sijw.-s ifccc-uutrrj vw;i
Coils libber but Blow: 4offll7csh; 4e.7 Oc
tober; 2!.',' November; Si.'.QJi jear; 3I,S&
34 li January; SO.VMay.
Oat Very n-mer, Inactive; M?;28 cash;
it! year; 29,'i May.
Receiits Klour, 6,000 barrels ; wheat, C0,0iO
bushels; corn, ld.Ouo bushels; oats, r.m.ioi
bushels; rye, 14,lm0 bushels; barley, 4l,Ouo
SmrMXXT Hour, 0,noo barrels; wheat.
I7,(.1 bushels ; corn, lu.OiW bushels; oats,
I,wio bushels; rye.O.eu): barley, 2,000.
Wheat Firmer: 77Kc November, "O'iSM.S'c
Decoruber, sU.'ic Eay.
Cokv Higher; 3lc November, 34h'cycar, 31c
January, .m May.
Chicago Qrain and Produce.
CutCAOO. October 21, 184.
Flock Market qo'et
Whxat In fair demand, and toward the close
quite active, abort torerin freely; price roir
inrterialljr, the market closing I ,e ovit yeater
i'ay Octo!er,;iifl i ,, cIos'uk at 74 S: No
vember, "t'n'ti1;, cluslrj? at 7i. ; Prce.nber,
JV.'.g,,, closing nt 7,; .. uuo.'T, 7u.S&iJj,
closlnv, et 77: trnnarr, 7u;,(;7!,, ciotlng at
IiMJIif, tV&BW. don ng alBltf. No. 1
1.1 iff, 'iUS'ii No 3,2', No. 2 red, 74S
&I.5 No. J, Hi
Cons In ta'.r demand, lrrecula;, within
moderate range; opened a shade hlzher, weak
ened KCHUc. closimr near oiitlona l.'c lonsr.
ueierreu opiions niaer v.asn, f Sb?4, C'ot
Inj at 4T , , Ociober, 47fils, cloain at 4;':
Noteiiiber, 4JVg:l7: clotlns at 4i'( yetr, 40 ,(4
4y;, c oaluir ot 4u;:; Jajuary, .VJiM, clo
U;f at ii; May, y.'.fetl, doting at f)
Oath FJrm. J,'c hlKher. CVih. 2T.: Octo
ber. SV.gi,, rloslng at SS'.MV: Norember,
rv'.firtc. clvsldg at iu; year, ;8i.: May,
ItECKirrs Floor. 23,000 barrels ; wheat, 220,-
bushels j corn. 114,C(XbusbeI;oaU, ao.0
bushels; rye, 17,000 bushels: barley, 70,(,00
SmrxEXTs Flonr, 17.0U0 barrels ; wheat,
2.io bushels; corn, W.OuO bushels; oats,
SI.OJO 'bushels; rye, Z.vjo bnshels: barley,
Willi. Opened blghcr, closed Inside; S7.V
Octobec, 7.7(i,V NoTeraber, S0',1 Decem
ber, 7Syear, OJ'.y&j Jlay
Cons Lower; 4(i,V October, 3oV NOTember,
J3",a3lJanury, a;; May
OAls-FIrm; Sgw,1 year, K3.V May.
Chicago Live Stock.
Ciiicaoo, October 21, 1W4.
Tht Drorer't Juurnel report :
Hoot Receipts, H.W.0: sWpra.ntt, .',"i0;
market tciltc, ftilCc higher; rough pscklng;
SI. W$ I 9.1:; packing and shipping, 3 1.(3.40
Ifjht, .M5 10; sk'ps.xyltu.
Cattlk Receipts, (5,000 ; shlpoienU, ",?I8;
expo.ts, A.m. sca.re, S6 W4" : commoa to
lai ' I SjfeS.gO, lsngers steadv; Texas cows,
tl M&I.SO; Texas steers, S.1 yH 33.
Surr.r Receipts. S.OOO; shipments, 600;
bekt steady, S4.7&4 4 ii: Inferior to ralr, ti.50
Et. Louis Live Stock.
Sir. Loci. October 21, ltjfcl.
lions Receiuts. 3,000; shipments, Irt);
market steadr, Yorkers, SI C04.!O; packing,
it.'i v: botchers, tZ.VMl U
Cattlx Receipts. C00; shipments, 491; mar
ket stronger on light supply; some sales high
er, oCcrfnis all ranje cattle; fair to choice
Texas rud Iiidian steers. St VM.k Tit natives
nominally firm; expoits, -l 30&4.73; good to
choice shipping, SJ 7MJ6 00: common to me
dium, S4 :y-ii.w
Snesr Receipts, ,trf; shipments, none;
mark't stealy; common to fair, ti Sfa3 W,
sovl to choice. SI 2-1 71: extra, SI.0O; lamb
ti 504.CC3; Texjs, SJ.O3J
r;iu.ADCLrniA, OctoberSI, I4.
Wool Quiet, steady; washed combing and
delaine median), SSti-l, Others tiochangeJ.
Wool Qalet and unchanged
DraIas IreHif, lear ffL
WicMta. - - Zazxaz
Irasrfh aNs al
Garden Plain & Harper.
Wichita Meat Market,
AD dfc if Mail Salt Inti
Of tkt 'try i-rw ;sslr;.
Lake i.b Wiesrsrlsr
fe .RiuUii tte Bin ui itap
Bob up Serenely.
We keep the
One lot new Fall Prints - - -Another
case Brocades - - - -12
yds figured dress sooda -1
lot white blankets (sold in this
city at 2.95)
Hold up your hands and Laugh. Comi and
New Plush Skirt.
We name no price, but
Ask For 1
Remember the place,
21 Main St.
TAKE THE PLANK WALK ONE D00B NORTH OF P.-0,
some ad for yo
the only plice,
21 Main St
- " v
I i .
. . yy jV4iy Wj -jt -fK j.-.1'j a-