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WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27 1886.
VOL. IV. NO. 135.
WHOLE NO. 608
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! TTORNEYS-AT-LA IF.
George W. Clement. Jr.,
Attorney at law, IS4 Main ft, Kansas National
lUuk Building, W lchlta, Kansas.
H. E. Cora,
Attornsy-at-LavT: office ovsr 122 IMrajrlaa iTf.
F. P. Martin,
Attorney-at-law. office OTer Hyde Humble'
Ill Main st, (np-stalrsl
i. M. Balderatii,
vrroRKsvr at uw, Wichita. Sedjfwl ,co,a?,tr
.iacas Offic in Ufiurnuu ioc.
J. R. Sites,
Attoraey-at-IJiir. Office 117 E. Ponglas ATe. .
with Anglo-American Loan and InTMtaient
Jones &. Montagne,
1 wyl Co.'a dry goods store,
Office In Eagle block, over
I. M. Hnnpbrey.
Attorney at Law, Woodmans Bank Building,
1U Main St.
W. S, Morris,
Attorney-at-Law. office Temple Block.
Janes F. Major,
Attorney at Law. Will practice In all Kansas
court. Collections a specialty. Office over
Smith ft Stover. Douglas ave, Wichita, Kan.
Hatton &. Haggles,
Attorneys at Law. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kan,
. W. COU.IHr.8. BOBT. X. MATT
Ceilings Sl Piatt,
t rneytLaw. Will practice In both state
id federal courts. Offic in Temple block,
V:n street, second stairway north of Post
nffice. Wichita. Kansas.
.W A9AMS. OIO. W. ASH!.
Adams &. Adams,
.U'omeY) at Law. Will practice In state and
lerl courts OOre in Eagle Block, Wichita,
I urtt. d!30-
Ksrrls, Harris & Vermillion,
turns- r at Ijw, Commercial block, Wlch-
0. 0. Kirk,
Attorrevat Law Room No. 3, IT. 8 Land
iirr balldlng. Wichita. Kansas.
II. C. SXCSS
W. X. BTANLS:.
Slnss &. Stanley,
Attorneys. Wichita, Kansas.
J. F. Laock,
Attorney at Law, first door north of U.S.
Land Office, in Commercial Block. Wichita,
Kansas. Special attention given to all k'nds of
business connected with the U. 3. Land Office.
m. c. ncocixs. i- t sciioonovxr.
Ruggles & Schoonover,
Attornsys-et-Uw. Office over No. 13S, Main
Street, Wichita, Kansas. 52-
D. A. Mitchell,
A ttorncy-at-1 aw and collection agent. No. 14
Main ftreet. Wichita. Kansas. 127-tf
E. D. Parsons,
Attorney at Law and Heal Estate Agent
opposite -siamiaivan nuvti, ruum v.
E. E. Hamilton, M. D
Siwdalties- t)iseaes of the Ev. Kar, Nose
and Throat, including Catarrh and currectlna
Optical errors wun appropriate gimers.
s-w ror Douglas and Market, up stairs.
Wk. Hall. K. SL Covklik.
Drs. Hall & Conklin.
Thyslclans and surgeons. Office over Wood
man & Son's Hank, 13 North Main street,
Wichita. Kan. Special attenllon to diseases
of women and ail ciironlcdiseases. All callsln
the city tiromplyttendel day or night. Call
at office or address I rs. Hsll A Conklin. lock
box 927, Wichita. Kan. Telephone No. 35.
Or. J. J. Stoner,
HoineopatliUt Office opposite post offlce
Ucsldence, (S3 North Main street, Wichita.
Or. B.A. Guyton&Son,
1'livslcians and burgeons, office leam Block,
pp. Oeciilental hotel ; reldence 737 W ater st,
punier Oak. d tn-gm
Physician and Mirgeon, 4J0 Douglas aveenne,
Dlteaxes or Females aspeclalty dlC7-tf.
Drs. McCoy &. Pnrdy,
Office 147 Main street, over Itecht A Sons" store,
Wichita, Kans. Telephone at residence.
E. B. Rente, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeor. Office over Fuller a
G. M. Bibbee, M. D.,
Ofllce antl refldenee, 311 Dongla arenne,
south tide, Barnes nlork, over Derby's Imple
ment store. Wichita. KaLhSs. dlC3-lm
W. ArMinnick, mTd
Hnmeopathlst Office tilth Ir 11 Mathews,
Main st, ?nl stairway north of I'ostoffice;
resilience 1017 V". Jourth st, near Urtnn Depot,
Wichita, Kansas, lelr) horeNo. 111. dill
D. W. Smitb,
jtsst Kf.le building, Douglas avenue,
l Irhttfi. Knneas
McKee &. Patten,
urrrin Dentists. Teelh extracted without
i-. Douglas ave, wicbltn, Kan.
...lh ?tt -t MTflfllfil 1i.th AN .VI
Dr. J. C. Dean,
!wJ nltLout pilli.
Drs. W. L. Doyle &. Wilson,
Iwvtim s Offireover Itarne- A Son's lnig
. nitTNliI Mock. W Irhlt. 1-
311 rSIC TE. I CITE IIS.
.Mrs. S. T. Hendrlckson,
Tearl.er of llano. Organ and Theory, iii North
Geo. T. Thompson.
IroresslonaI l'lano Tuner and Upalrrr. Ref
erences: Cathallne liustel and lliomas Shaw
A Co. AH pianos tuned by the wave system;
theotil) method that will tune ourjlanoper
rtct and make It sound charming W ork Guar
antml. l-ave orders with Thomas Shaw A
Co.. music dcaUrs. Main street.
C. W. Kellogg,
Aichltect and utcrintenJent l'lir.s and spec
incalions for all cla-ses or buildings. Office
oer llyde's ltok store. dl.VMf
Ardiltrrl and Sujerlntendents. Office In
tov" block. Wichita Kansas S tf
Crist & Kush,
Archltectsand Sniertnteiidents Office, Green
Jt liavs' new block, comer Donglas avenue and
Water street. Wichita. Kansas I'. O. box SS
W. T. fHOClrOOT. o. w. BtRr.
Proudfoot ft Bird,
Arcbr.ectsandSuerlntendents Office In Eagle
M ISCEIAXEOUS." 1,
The Photographer Pictures In all slies and
styles. He also carries .he finest assortment
of rlcture rramee In Uie city. Give him a
frlendlv 'all nd a&udne samples. d-3-tf
M. J. Parrott,
l"ractical Pajwr-hannerand Decorator, at Hyde
A llumule's. dV f.m
ilsoi, M. D. J. II. TxiiBiLi., M.D
Drs. Wilson &. Ten-ill,
Thyslclans and Surgeons. Wichita. Kan
Offlre corner or Main and First strict, over
Gandoiro's restaurant, opjoslte Ciurt ltonfe
All calls In ilty or county i romitly attended
by day or by night.
Dr. Wilson Surgery; Catarrh In all its
Taried rorms; private diseases of male and
female confidentially treated. Can guarantee
a radical cure for Hernia.
Dr. Terrlll Olists trios, Dlsessts of women
and children Will guarantee a poltlve cure
for Hemorrhoids or Tiles, lltrure. Fistula, and
all rectal disrates, without pali., for one-half
the fee chargl It specialists.
Our officels lilted up 1th all appliances. such
as pure oxygen gas, electricity, coinpreed air,
epray, etc., etc
Office hours from 9a m.tolSm ; 1 to S and 7
andsp. m.; Sundays. 2 to S p. m.
Stockholders Election Notice.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Garfield Tost asociation will
lie held In Memorial hall April Sth,
ISfC. at 7 Jo p. m , for the irW of electing
nine directors to serve for the ensnirg vear
Bv order of Board. M. sTKWAltT,
A. tt. W BIQirr, Sec'y! Tresldent.
Only $1 00 Per Pair.
ladies Kid ButtonBoots
Goat Button Boots,
KID BALS, GOAT BALS,
""TOBlifflT s-gg S5Seg3Brs3 Inlll I UlllHIWHWJJm m urn
Graham, the Murderer of His
Wife, Near Springfield,
Taken from the Jail at 2:25 this
Morning by an Infuri
And Given a Short Shrift Into Black
Futurity, the Place Reserved
for His Like.
A Cow-Boy Melee at Wa-Keney, Kan.
Rounds up with a Bullet Through
the Body of One.
Jealousy Prompts a Couple of Colored
Pussons to Display Their Dex
terity with a Rawzer.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Lazle.
Spblsofield, Ho , April 27. A crowd of
about fifty men has gathered about the jail
and are tbreatening a attack to get po'ses
sion of Grnham. It is doubtful, hoaeitr,
if any attempt be made as the crowd i; not
numerous enough to ivo the men courage.
1. S. Graham was lynched at 2.25 ibis
"Rawzer's Flyln" thro' the Air."
Vheelij.o, W. Vn., April 2C Xeushas
just been received hero of h serious riot be
tween negroes and whites uhich occured at
a colored festival nt Ilromell, Slcrcer county
Friday nipht- The melee originated in the
objectionable condition ofthu whites, who
were more or less intoxicated, and whoo
pretence was undesirable to thoee in chsrec.
The combat wa waged in total darkness,
the lights having been extinguished, and
was carried on with revolvers, clubs and
razors. When order was restored, IJsn
Walkins, colored, was found dead with two
wounds upon bis person. To whito men
were dangerously cut, and one negro badly
wounded by a revolver ehot. 31any arrests
have been made.
Km ro in A, Kansas, April 20. On Sunday
night, the 25tb, inst., while a party of col
ored people were returning homo from tho
colored ISaptist church, a colored man
named Frank Snodgrass wa? stabbed and
instantly killed by another colored man
named Pleasant Burton. Tho murderer
made his escape, and has not yet been
liurton and his wife did get along happily
and for a month had not lived together.
Iturlon's wife nas with the party going borne
from church, walking by tho side ol another
man. liurton stepped up and pushed him
aside, saying: "No man shall walk with my
wifo while I am in town." Snodgrass, in a
joking manner, said he would walk with
her if ho wanted to. This remark go en
raged liurton that ho struck Snodgrass and
knocked him down, and upon his rising
knocked him down again, and a struggle
ensued. Finally I'urton was pulled off of
Snodgrass when the latter got up, ran a
short distance and foil down, exclaiming,
"Oh Jjord," and immediately expired. In
the confusion liurton inado his escape, and
his whereabouts aro unknown.
Bubble, Bubble. Toll and Trouble.
Kansas City, April 20. An incoming
passenger train from the north on the Mis
souri Pacific railway was nsMiiled to-night
between Quindaro and Wyandotte by un
known parties, who burled i tones through
tho car windows, breaking several pane3 of
glass, but fortunately injuring no ono. A
squad of police nero sent up tho road on
the night freight in search ot the miscreants.
They will retnrn at 4 o'clock in tho morn
ing. Two colored tramps have been arrested at
Wyandotte suspected of recking tho train
this morning. There is no defimto evidence
against them, but they will bo detained,
A special from Sprincfield, Mo., says Geo.
Graham, the accused wife-murderer, nas ad
mitted to bail to-day on the charge of
bigamy. Application has been made for
an early hearing, which will probably bo
Cow Boy bcrap.
Wa Keen kt, Kan., April 20 Saturday
evening, April 10th, William Oliver, aged
about 20 years, shot, at tho ltcmis billiard
hall, in this place, David Harrison, aged
about 21. B.th wero cow boys and had
Ixen drinkiug. Harrison was shot through
tho body, the ball patsing jut above the
liter and injuring a lung. His condition
was critical until jestcrdiy, when ho died.
Ho was buried to-day "at Wa Kcney.
Oliver has been at large ten days on a bond
of $1,000. Sheriff Baker h gor.o to-day to
the ranch of Oliver's father fifteen miles
southwest of here, to arrest bim on a charge
A very heavy rain fell here night beforo
lat. Yesterday and latt night were cold,
but no froil has appeared.
Cattle which are not on the lift can pick
Winter wheat is in excellent condition.
St. Loui-, April 26. Forty-fivebov,
employed as helpers by tho Gnat Western
Glass company, struck for higher wages to
day, throw ingout of work soenty-llve men,
dependent in performing their duties upon
the ser ices of tho boys. The latter have no
real grievances against their employers, and
it is suppoed they have simply got tho
strike fever and will n.tum to work upon
being informed that, if they do not, others
will be engaged to fill their places.
Two hundred of tho striking employes of
the Missouri Car and Foundry company
held a mcetirg 3 ctcrdaj-, to hear the report
of their committee, appointed to call on
President McMillan and persuade him to
accede to their demands.
The committoo reported that they could
obtiin no assurance from him th-t the de
mands would be complied with. Tho meet
ing then adopted resolutions setting forth
their reasons for tho strike as justifiable, and
that tbi5 would not return to work until the
demands were granted.
All of the strikers, however, were not
present, and those w ho were absent not be
ing bound by the action of the meeting, re
turned to Ibeir old places at work this
Several new men applied for place, and
there, aro now at work about 323 men in all.
Chicago, April 20. Since tho Lake Shore
switchmen's strike came to so sudden a
termination, there has been a great deal of
speculation as to the fate awaiting the ob-
jeclionable men. Tbe company's officials
say that tbey maintain their position and
made no agreement w hatever as to tho dls-
posal of theeight men, nor did tbey author-
ize any one to sign tho paper exhibited by
Stahl. The latter still insists that the eight
men will be removed within sixty days, and
tbat an agreement to that effect was signed
by some one authorized bv the company to
do so. He refuses sull to give tbe came of
the signer. As near as can bo ascertained
the facts aro that the company made no
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snouia oc removeo.
Nkw York, April 20. The strike on the
Third avenue rail war continues unchanged.
Thirty cars are running to-day.
Nkw York, April 20. This afternoon
one of the strikers placed some stones in the
groove of the company's cable branch on a
steep decline and loss of life was prevented
only by tho caution that was exerted in tbe
operation of the car. A man whose name
is Miller was arrested.
Several arrests of drivers on other lines
have been made to-day for meddlesome in-
A Barren Flu-Tree.
Nrw Yokk, April 26. The executive
ooara 01 sinters wm 00 arrwiea, 11 oe-
lieved. at an early hour to-morrow morning,
Mr. lowderiy nassent a representative to
New York, and to-day he, with the execu-
live board ol strikers and 3tr. Lantouboch,
of the Third Avenue compsmy, held a fruit- j By Mr. Anderson of Kansas, for the ap
Wh coafarencc. ) polnfwt of a oommitfeto kTistigilsi Ut
Washington; April 20. The house com
mittee on Pacific railways to-day adopted
the bill formulated by the sub-committee,
providing for the extension, seventy years,
of the bonded debt ot the Pacific road to the
government. The bill, as unanimously
agreed upon by the committee, makes pro
vision fur tbo payment of the indebtedness
of tbo Pacific roads to the government after
the following plan: To the present debt ia
added interest that would accrue during the
lifetime eleven years of the existing bonds,
assuming that no further payments are
mado by the companies, the total divided
into 140 equal payments, which aro repre
sented by a series of bonds falling due semi
annually, tho last bond maturing seventy
years after date of issue. The annual pay
ments by the company would reach nearly
54,000,000, which it is estimated would
amount to a sum greater than the principal
of debts before the bonds would mature.
BErUBLICAJf NATIONAL COMMITTEE.
Representative McComas, of Maryland,
the secretary of the joint republican caucus,
who was authorized to receive the names of
tbo congressional campaign committee
when selected by tbo respective state delega
tions, reports tho following commitiee which
will speedily meet and organize:
California C. N. Felton.
Colorado G. G. Sims.
Conneticut Joseph 1L Ilawley.
Illinois Jas. G. Cannon.
Indiana G. W. Steele.
Iowa Jas. F. Wilson.
Kansas Tbos. l'tan.
Kentucky W. U. Wadswortb.
Maine C. . Boutello.
Marylind Lovis E. McComas.
MasBachuscUs W. W. Kiec.
Michigan Tbos. W. Palmer.
Minnesota J. B. Gilfillan.
Misouri W. Warner.
Nebraska G. W. E. Dor-cy.
Nevada Wm. Woodbum.
New Hampshire II. W. Blair.
New Jersey W. J. Sewell.
New York II. G. Burleigh.
North Carolina Jatucj K. O'Hara.
Oregon J. N. Dolph.
Pennsylvania II. II. Bingham.
llhodo" Island N. Waldnch.
South Carolina It. Small.
Tennessee T. C. Houck.
Vermont .Ion W. Stewart.
Virginia Wm. Mahone.
West Virginia N. Goff, Jr.
Wisconsin L. B. Caswell.
Arizona C. O. Besn.
Dakota O. S. GilTord.
Wyoming J. M. Caroy.
4lTi.lt MUCH LABOR.
The house committeii on labor, after a
long and very animated dUcus'ion, lasting
until 7 p. in , decided by a vote of 9 to 3 to
report to the house, as a substitute for the
Blair oducational bill, a measure which, in
substance, provides that proceeds from the
sale ol public lands and other revenues from
government land shall be divided among
tho several states and territories in propor
tion to their school population, for educa
tional purposes for tho next ten years 25
per cent i-. to bo ued for industrial and
technical instruction; tho rest for tho sup
port ol tbo common schools. The commit
leo agreed that tbo individual members
should not bo bound by voto in tho com
mittee, cither in support of or azaintt tbo
measure, when it comes up for considera
tion in the house.
Washington, April 20. Mr. Harris pre
sented tho credentials of Washington C
Whitehorne, appointed by tho governor of
Tennesie as senator from that state to fill
tho vacancy caused by the resignation of
Mr. Jackson. The ccntleman was sworn in
and took his seat on tbo democratic side of
Mr. Morrill, from the committee on
finance, reported with im amendment tho
house bill relating to tho bonds ot brewers.
The bill as it came from tho liouo modifies
section 3330 of tho revised statutes so as to
require new bonds to bo filed by brewers on
the first of -May m heretofore, or w heno ver
the collector of the internal revenue shall
require them to do so. The senate commit
tee amended tho bill so as to require in ad
dition that at lenst once a year tho bonds
shall in an)- event bo renewed whether tho
collector requests it or not.
After tho debate the senate amendment
w as agreed to and the bill as amended was
Mr. Blair, according to previous notice,
then addrc-sed tho senato on his proposed
constitutional amendment prohibiting the
manufacture or salo of alcoholic liquor as
a beverage. He announced his well known
views upon tbo subject at some length, and
then entered upon tho political aspect of the
measure and said that tho movement for
local option and tho amendment of the stato
constitution was of great importance as a
means of creating an enlightened public
opinion in tho state but nothing short of a
movement based on the national Idea would
f resent a clear prospect of complete succe".
t was time, for tho prohibition idea to as
stimu control of the naticnal parties, at least
of tho republican party.
That party could not rpmain three-fourths
for prohibili n and one-lourtb against lUTbat
was less pos-iblo thin it once wa for the
nation to "remain one-half slave and tbo
other half free. We were now at the divid
ing ot the ways. For himself, he (Mr. Blair)
had been down in this holo long enough.
Sooner or later, and he hoped not much
later, wo might come to ourselves liko tho
prodigal son and proceed to climb up and
out. He spoko partly as a Republican, but
he did this only because ho believed that
thus did ho speak mc-t us an American citi
zen and most as a man. That party with
all it' faults, with all it failure to reach its
ideals, was the great agency which, under
God, bad saed the republic That party
would yet obey tbo law of il supenor being
and unfinished nut-ion controls its tremend
ous energies and perfected equipments upon
this gigantic national evil wa- destroyed.
The inter-state commerce bill was then
taken up and Mr. VanWyck addressed the
senato on it. We w ere, ho he said in the
mid't ot depression; yet all pursuits mu-t
be laid under contribution, so that full divi
dends shall be drawn by railroad companies
on watered stock and fraudu'ent bonds,
(train, beef and pork might bo reduced one
half in price, and yet there could bo no
abatement in freight charges. lUilroad and
telegraph rates wet of the Missouri were ' R? now, and with 10.000 or lo,wo out ol
about four limes greater than rates east of employment, there will be a very sad condi-
tbat river. For years capital had been or- tion of affair'.
ganized, unscrupulous and rapacious, mov- ,.. u,n ,..,, rs
ing as Gould had moved, according to hi- tf Wind, Hal and Ra.n
sworn ttotimonv; and Huntington, according rT. bumt. Ark , April .0. A destruc
to Us own wnt'ten history, had moved on Kre ,nJ storm TPl "J" th'' PUee 'if
state legislature, tho courts and congress, n,Pbt accompamedby hail and ram. The
unblushmglv purchasing judges and legi- storm F" abo,ut ' cloct' nd &ntmued
lator-; but "the crisis wa. coming. The ?ver an, h?ur- stores were unroo'ed. sta
speakerthen held Mr. Gould up as a man Wes and fLhoP' wc.-eblown down in various
who, if he should secure an entrance into I Prts.of the city The amount of damage
New Joru.alcn, would soon be conspiring " estimated at s-20,000. Compres & Le
).. frv,rr. fr. nf h.h.t msin.nim.4 1 grand, hotel, were the greatest sufferers.
and when hi should have torn up the shin- I
ing avenues to glory, could not restrain htm
from stealing the golden parchments. The
strong arm of labor, 6id VanWyck, had
not placed the nation in peril, and there
need be no fear to the republic in the organ
ization ot Iaoor.
I Mr. Stanford then snoko arainst tbo bill.
J She cnate committee reported tbo senate
1 bill. The bill with amendments was placed
oa tho calendar,
The senate then adjourned.
J jjr. Dann.of Arkansas, jjted leave to of-
j feT a resolution, setting apart the 12ih of
iv for lte consideration of the measures
1 reported from the committee on railroads.
Mr. Warner of Ohio, obiected.
Undfr a jj 0f .t te jollowing bills
elc wero read ana relerreu.
Bv Mr. Springer of Illinois, for, the ad
mission Of tbe whole of Dakota into the
United States, also to establish a department
of labor and to create a board for the arbi-
tration of controversies between labor and
By Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio, a resolution '
reciting that by tbe action of ccagress ia re-
duang the tariff on wool tkat industr
has been rendereJ unremuneraliv and de
claring it to be the sense of tbe boua that
the tariff of IS01 be renewed.
By Mr. Warner of Ohio, to regulate inter
state commerce and provide for boards of
Mr. Outhwaite. of Ohio, from the commit -
tfo on Pacic railwavs. reiwrted a bill to
amend the'various PactSe railway acts to
provide for a settlemint growing out of tbe
issue 01 ooaos 10 sua xn ice eonurucuon 01
said road, and to secure to the United
blates payment ot all indebtedness 01 certain
companies therein mentioned. House cal-
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capacity of canals in the state of New
By Mr. McComas of Maryland, authoriz
ing a select committee to investigate labor
troubles between mine owners and miners
of the bituminous regions of Pennsylvania,
Maryland and West Virginia.
By Mr. O'Niell of Missouri, sympathizing
with Mr. Gladstone in his efforts to secure
a free parliament for Ireland.
The consideration of a bill called up 'by
Mr. McCreary, of Kentucky, to establish a
sub-treasury at Louisville, Ky., consumed a
portion of the morning hour; no action was
taken. The house then went into a committee
of the jvhole, Mr. Wellborn, of Texas, in tho
chair, on the river and harbor appropriation
bill. Fair progress was made with the bill
until a clause authorizing tho secretary of
war to negotiate for the purchase of the
works of the Green and Barren River Navi
gation company, in Kentucky, pre-ented an
opportunity for the fight over the Mononga
hela Navigation company to break out
Mr. Bayne, of Pennsylvania, offered an
amendment authorizing the secretary of
war to also negotiato for the purchase of tho
Monongahcla Navigation company. Both
the amendment and the original clause wero
vigorously attacked by Mr. Hepburn, of
Iowa, and Mr. Holman, of Indiana; the
latter of whom regarded the proposition as
being for the benefit of tho owners of the
coal lands along the liver, and defended by
Mr. Willis and Mr. liaise!!, of Kentucky,
and Mr. Bayne, of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Blanchard, of Louisiana, also sup
ported the propositions. The gentleman
from Indiana, Mr. Holman, could see only
the enrichment of the owners of coal lands;
but be (Mr. Blanthard) could see millions of
consumers of coal in the valley of the Mis
sissippi who would be benefited by the
opening of the rivers to free navigation.
For those consumers ho raised Ids voice in
protest against tho continuance of the grasp
of a monopoly on those rivers, laying aside
tho millions of tons needed by tho thousands
ol industries of the west and outu.
The amendment was agreed to 00 to 51.
Tho committeo rose and the hjuso ad
Jolly Junction City.
Junction- Citt, April 20. A very im
portant organization was perfected in this
city to-day, to be known as tho Traveling
.Mens JNational ouilding and ljoun associa
tion. The directors and incorporators of
the scheme aro private capitalist ana repre
sent $125,000. It is national in its scope
Bnd chartered under the laws of the state
and is copi righted by tho United Slates
government. The capital stock is placed at
live million dollars. Officers for tbo first
year aro G. F. Lotta, president, W. B. Fin
lev, of D. M. Osborne & Co , vice-president;
G". W. Hatch, of the Consolidated Tank
Lino Co.. second vice-president; J. J. Mead,
of W. A. Mount & Co., Kansas City, is
secretary, and S. W. Pierce-, ca-hitr the
Central "Kansas bank, this city, is treasurer.
Over 10,000 shares, representing S100 havo
already been taken.
The Eixty-sevcnth anniversary of Odd
Fellowship was observed in Junction City
this evening in a very interesting manner.
A large delegation ot vi-iting brethren and
ladies from Abilene, Enterprise-, Council
Grove, Ogden and Manhattan arrived in the
afternoon and wero driven to Ft. ltiloy
where Colonel Comptor, commanding offi
cer, kindlv deferred the band concert and
dress parage until their arrival. Pa-t Grand
Ma'ter J. .1. Buck, ef Emporia, delivered
tho address of tbo evening, followed by Past
Grand Master G. W. Martin, with a sketch
of front'er life. A banquet and ball fol
lowed. Arrested on Suspicion.
New York, April 20. The strike of tho
sugar houn employes, in Williamsburg and
Green Point still continues unchanged.
Some of the strikers havo already gone to
other kinds of work.
Eighty-five muscular looking men, pas
sengers of tho steamer Circassia, wero ar
rested to-day at Castle Garden, and w ere
detained by the superintendent. The ground
for arrest is that they wero going to work on
"scab" jobs. They aro said to be under
contract as masons, stono-cutters, and black
smiths, to work on tho new state capital at
Austin. Texas. Tho charge is mado b)- tho
Central Labor Union, of this city. Tho
men denied being under any contract. It
is intended to communicate with the distriet
attorneys of this city and Au-tin, Texas, and
havo suit brought against tho Austin con
tractors for a v io'ation of the contract labor
Garhen Citt, Ka. April 20. Mr. A. J.
Haisington, piesidcnt ol tho Arkansas Val
loy editorial association, said to-day that
owing to the delay in securing transporta
tion to Garden City, tho meeting of tho state
as-ociation and tho Arkansas Valley associa
tion, which had been called together on the
Gth of May, had been postponed. Tbs ex
act time, Mr. Haisington said, cannot bo
fixed, but the meeting will take place at
Garden City about the last of May.
The Odd Fellows and Masons dedicated
their new building to-day with impressing
But No Trouble.
Atchisov, Kan., April 20. A delegation
of thirty or forty strikers visited tbo lower
Missouri Pacific vards this morning, and
persuaded six section hands to quit workon
promi-ing payment of regular wage during
the strike. Their places wero not filled at
once, but tbo company say thcro will bo no
trouble in getting all tho section men they
want. The same delegation went to the
shops just before noon, and entreated the
shop hands to quit, promising tho usual
wage'. Tbey secured three converts. All
Tho Coal Trade.
riTTsncKO, Pa. Apnl 20. II. M. Jar
well, a prominent coal operator o! the
Nenew A alley, ii an interview says, that
tho deprcs Jon in the coal trade in that dis
trict has never been equalled In its hi-tory,
and unless there i an improvement actually
half the coal producers In tho Nenew Valley
and New Iiiver district will fail. This de
plorable condition of thing) is attributed to
the Pittsburg competition aid uo of natural
gas. Notwithstanding thi depression, the
miners are preparing to strik-s May 1st, for
an advance of a half a cent per buhel.
They now get 2 and want 2J This they
will'not get and their condition will then be
come a desperate one. Only 5,090 men out
of all the miners of the two districts are en
2 llves wer
! were loet as far as heard from.
Shamokin, Pa., Apnl 2C The miners
and laborers of the Amilcarnated associa
tion paraded and held a mas' meeting to
dar: S500 men were in line. It is generally
believed that the men will ask for eight
hours work with eight hours psy. 1 nenew
order of things will begin May lt. Arbi
tration is also looked upon with favor.
Poor Mr. Lo.
Wimnxteo, Manitoba, Apri 20. The
great Northern Cree chief, B:g Bear, and
three of his head men, all of whom have
been in the penitentiary at Strong Mountain
for tbeir acts ia connection with tfce Kiel
rebellion, hav! been set at liberty and or
dered back to tbeir reservation. Big Bear
looks reduced, and shows the results of his
imprisonment. He is fenonsly brok
en in health and is verv tain in fiesh.
The old chief is indeed a sad sight. His de-
, Jctd countenance will oe no small warning
braves who servad under him ia his
campaign against the whites last ipnng.
Want Their Tod
Kicbmoxd, Va.. April 26. Prohibition
meet with an overwhelming defeat to-day,
the election resulting ia a majority of 5.&51
ia favor of licensing the ule of liquor. Tbe
vote in Manchester was: asli-prohibiUoa
majority. 620. The vote in both this city
asd Manchester was cearlv as larce as in
' th presidential election two years ago. Tbe
colored vote vu almost asaniraoMsly anti-
' Ltxchbceo, April 23. Tbe aU-prohtbi-
tiontsU earned tfce dtr bv l.lsa majority.
Will Raise You Ona
Sax FslsjtcxsOo, April 2S- Tbe Southern
Pacifc company issoeil a circular to-day
ttettsurdclsssti tickets to Jtiascuri river
T'-ri.v. rfc. ' z. .-. -jr-?. i ". - -
By the Displacement of Rails
on the Missouri Pacific
Near Kansas City, Missouri, a
Freight Engine and Four
Thrown Down an Embankment, Twenty
Feet High. The Fireman and
Caught Under the Engine and Crushed
to Death, the Engineer Saving
Leaping Into the River A Carfully
Collected Summary of News Gener
ally Submitted Herewith.
Washington", April, 27, 1 a. m. Indica
tions for tho Missouri vallor are: Fair
weather;' slowly rising barometer; winds be
Kansas City, April 20. This morning
about l.M o clock, as tno Missouri 1 acme
freight train, 30, was rounding a curve
southwest of Wyandotte bridge, the engine
and four cars suddenly left tho track and
fell ov er the bank tow ards the river. The
cngino turned upside down and landed in
the mud close to the river. Two cars lolled
down the embrankment and two remained
on the road bed, but all four wero com
pletely wrecked. In a short time tho debris
was ignited; in the meantime an alarm had
been turned in and tho department arrived
in timo to prevent tho firo from spreading.
There were on tho engine at the time of
lheaccidentJ.il. Fowler, engineer, Ben
Horton, fireman, and Georgo Carlisle, Lead
brakeman. Fuwler was thrown into tho
river and escaped with slight injuries, but
Horton and Carli'lo wero crushed and
scalded to death in tho wrecked engine.
It was impossible to reach their bodies
and they wero not removed from tbe wreck
until nearly four hour, ufter. Tho lower
part of Carlisle's body was crushed in afright
lul manner, and the llesh was cooked Hor
ton, too, had evidently been crushed to
death. Both men must bav e died almost
instantly, as they could not havo survived a
minute in the dreadful steam bath, even if
life bad not been crushed out.
Near Kiver View, between Jones street
and Sixth street bridges, tbe river bends to
tbe southwest. For sumo distance from the
Wjandotte bridge a bank, which varies
from fifty to two hundred feet in height,
huzs the river closely for several hundred
vards. From tbo bridgo the railroad is
built closo to the foot of the bank and tbe
edge of tho river runs from ten to twenty
feet from it. About midway of tho curve
the engino and four cars left the track and
wero hurled over the embankment to the
edge of tho river. The sound of tbo cars
crashing together was beard by scores ot
families, and in a short lime hundreds were
running to tho scene.
A wrecking train was sent out and by
noon tho debris bad been cleared away
and overytbing in readiness for running
Tbe accident was tho result of malicious
tampering with tho rails, and the work was
doubtless perpetrated but a few mmute-s
before tho train passed under tbo bridge.
The spikes had been drawn and tbo fi-b
plates removed lrom nlteen rails along itie
most danger jus part of tho curve
To all appearances tho wreck was care
fully planned and determinedly executed,
and'that, too, with tho knowledge that it
would bo attended by loss of life.
Fowler said that feeling thero would be
danger at tbo bridgo ho shut oil steam anil
advanced at slow speed, probably not over
six miles an hour. J ut as they passed un
der tho bridge he noticed a number of men
standing on the bank as though tbey were
watching for something, and lie started for
his rifle, when tho cngino struck tbo loos
ened rails and pitched him high in the air.
Horton was married; hi' wile resides at
Oak Grove, la. His remains will bo held
until she arrives.
An inquest was held over the remains of
Horton anJ Carllslo and a verdict ia ac
cordance with the facts returned.
The Missouri Pacific company this after
noon oflered a reward of 52,500 for informa
tion that will lead to tho capture and con
viction of all tho men who ditched the train,
and $1,000 for information leading to the
conviction of any of them.
Take Your Cholco.
St. Locis, April 20. At Clarkville. Me.,
to-dav, Geo. E. Weber, of Smithville, N. J..
won the fifty mile bicyclo road race in three
hours seven minutes and forty-two and one
half seconds, lowering the world's record by
nearlv half an hour. The second and third
men. C K. Kluge. of Smithville, and 1'orey
Stone, of St. Louis, also brought the record
Depositions in tho case of Walter II.
Innox Maxwell, alias Hugh M. Ilrooks,
charged with the murder ot C. Arthur
Preller in the Southern hotel about a year
ago, arrived from England to-dav, having
been forwardeJ by J. H. Brooks, through J.
Hvde, of Cheshire, England, special com
missioner in the case. Depositions aro ms.de
by those who knew Brooks in bis early life
and up to the time when he started on bis
tour in America. Each witness testifies the
prisoner to b of good reputation while he
resided in Em-land and knew no such mis
conduct bv defendant. Tho case will be
called May 10.
In a Stratum Jacket.
St. Loris. Apnl 20. An adiour.-.ed
meeting of coal operators and miners, St.
Louis district, was held in thi city to-day,
at which a iarirn mainnlv ol the operators
were prcent. The commitU appointed last
meeting determined upon a final agreement
as to what should constitute a just price for
mining coal and to Si the wholesale and re
tail price for the same, submitted a report
which embodies a set of resolutions, declar
ing that 2 cents per busbel weighing tO
pounds, or 2 cents per bushel top weisrfct,
should be paid by hand operators. The
minimum selling price shall range from 6
to 10 cents per bushel- These pnees were
unanimously adopted. A standing commit
tee of three "miners and three operator' was
appointed to arbitrate and settle all differen
ce which may anie between employes and
employers. A general strike of coal miners
in this 'district is now considered an impos
sibility. Sale of the Wabash.
St. Lori. Anril 26. Edmund T. Allen
sold under foreclosure of a mortgage at pub
lic salo at noon to-dy the vV abash, St.
Lou: md PaciSc railroad. The total price
paid for the entire property as SOi.1,000
The committi-e appointed by tbe stock and
bond holders to iook after their interest
were tbe only bidders and the whole system,
excepting the St. Joe and bt- Louis branch,
was purchased by them. M. F. Nesbett,
its prcid-ast, purchased the latter road for
Tb property was soli in fpiziie lots;
th main line of tbe road with regular branca
S2fO,000- Stocks and bood. own.l by tb
cornpasv outside of tho held by Central
Trust company of New York. Iving ciseay
on tbe branches and shares of the mala line
of the road from St- Loua et, with regular
branches, etc., $2.(M-. lb steamers, Ru
sel Sac-, A-L. Hopkins and J. C Gaalt,
$SiO0O; teal estaU sa Cticsc SIOOVOOO. and
rol.isr stock S2S.O90: making a total cf
1 It is enderstood that wba the road if r-
orgsmwd. which it is said will b very soon.
Mr. J. T.Joy will be pr-dEt ot the cosa-
I ....... ....l fjj 1 1 Xlr i eit. -no.
, president and general taaaag-.
. Put Him Back, or
PrmBCM. April 26. Tt isen at the
Clanssa A Nellie works, is tse ConsellsvHle
region, owned by Jams Cochraa, struck
toilty lor tbe remsute-zrezt of three sts.
Ttra-i three zero were a cotcHte ajspotated
to call 00 Mr. Coehraa to rr9-st sa to
sxoo loadiaf coal for t . T&ertmKetl
sxmvTid tbeir tfiasdwfa for Mr -
.. .- .t'fa,'-,,2JiSS'St-frJ-T?t -.-.
1 1 ii ' msisimi Hums iii 11 i'ii 1 nfc hi 11 11 ' i'ii HUMnmnip mil's
Coins; Down Again.
CHICAGO, April 20. The announcement
wasnade to-day that, taking eflect April
2&Hrst-cIass limited fare from tbe Missouri
Krer to San Francico, via the A-, T. & S- F.,
will be $50: second-class and emigrant $35;
to Los Angeles and points on the California
Soutnern, fe4U; second-class ana emigrant, t Wheat ales ranxeJ .pril. Tears',', elos
$30. These aro fiat rates no rebates. The lnjr 7S; May, Tss-t)1., closed ;,; June,
S10 Southern Pacific first-class rate is ex-
pected to force the Omaha road to a similar
figure or give up the fight for southern
The Inter-Ocean's Joiiet special says: A
circular was issued to-day signed by C. O.
Collins, seretary of the National Barbed
wira association, reducing the price of
barbed wire five cents per 100 pounds. j
On and Off !
Clivelaxd. April 20. The strike atTay- '
lor & Bogg's foundry ended to-day. The
firm agreed to an advance of 15 per cent in
wages. The trouble at the Viaduct foundry
will bo settled to-morrow.
Twenty-five finishers ia Charles L. Stone's
marble works on Merwin street, struck to
day for a 20 per cent advance-
Augusta 9 I Chattanooga u
Nationals ..12 Yale Collego 0
Macon 6 Atlanta 3
AT ST. LOCI.
Cincinnati 12 Browns 14
AT .EW TO UK.
Brooklyn 0 Metropolitans .. .. 3
Newark 3 Detroit 1
Pittsburg 11 I Louisville 3
Brooklyns 5 Athletics
Philadelphia 13 Long Island
Baltimore 12 Baltimore ....
3 I Charleston. .
Answers tho Summons j
Boston, April 2o. Chas. II. I.elcbmsn,
a member of the executive board of district
No. CO. Knizbts of Labor, left this afternoon
for St. Louis at tho telegraphed request of
Mr. Powderly, to represent tho strikers on
tho Gould sv stem before tho congressional
committee in that city.
Caueht, for a Wonder.
New Voce, April 0 A Montreal special
to tbe Post says: 1). IX. Smatt, agent of
George Fowler & Co , produce merchants
of Liverpool and Kansas City, wifo and
brother, were arrested there to-day. Smart
is charged with defrauding bis employers
out of SoO.OOO.
PlTTsnrRn, Pa., April 27. Steel rail
manufacturers report a better demand and
moro numerous inquiries for steel rails from
projected railroad', mostly In tbo west.
At a regular meeting of Iho window glass
manufacturers to-day, trade was reported
bettor than at any time for a year.
New Yokk, April 20. The engine foun
dary at Port Chester, emploj ing about 400
meiS, clo'od this morning indefinitely in
anticipation of a strike, tbo cmplovcs hav
ing formed an assembly of Knights of
Grain In Sight
Chicago, April 20. Wheat in store in
tho Uniten States and Canada April 21, was
45,000,000, boing a decreaso of ono and a
quarter millions from previous week.
Amount of corn 11,000,000; decrease, 1,600,
000. Briefly Told
Leaven vvoktii, April 20 Tho Missouri
Valley Crockery asoeiation met in this city
yesterday at tho National ho:l, and after
di'posimr of tho association busincs ad
journed to meet next month in Kansas C.ty.
Round 'Em Up.
Galveston, April 20. A bill of fore
closure against the Houston and Texas Cen
tral railway was filed in the Unitt d Slates
circuit eourt to-day, by the Farmers' Loan
and Trust company, of New- York.
Steamer Wrecked-All Saved.
LaLiiiektad, San Salvador. April 20.
Tho l'acitic Mail steamer Honduras has
been wrecked on a bar of tbe rivir Larnpa
tbe passengt r and crew were saved.
London", April 20. Tbe report has been
confirmed that the emir of Harran has mas
sacred all tho Europeans in his capital. Also :
the members of tho Italian scientific expedi
tion under Count Purro.
The statement that th Greek army would
bo disarmed is confirmed. Tbo Greek
chamber of deputies license has been re
voked. Tho combined fleet of tbo powers
which had assembled to coerce Grecco has
departed. The sudden termination of tho
probability of war is receirod by the Grejk
people with consternation.
Londov, April 20. The scientific expedi
tion, under Count Purro, the members of
which were recentlv massacred by thi emir
of Ilaran in Asiatic Turkey, consisted of
eleven persons, all Europeans.
A party of pleasure se kers , while riding
on the Thames yot-rday, were thrown into
the water by tho upsetting of their boat and
News has jut been received hero of the
death of Hon. Lionel Tennyson, son of the
poet-laurratc. Hn died during a passage
from London to Calcutta.
Athens Apnl 20. The claims of Greece,
in contention for which she proposed to wage
war against Turkey, now that be hai con
sent" to disarm, will be submitted to ar
bitration. Greece's reply to the powers is regarded
as unsatisfactory, and a conference of the
foreign mtcuti-rs is being held at tbe Italian
embassy fur tbe purpose of drawing and
sending an ultimatum, holding Greece an
swerable for consequences unless tbn defers
without reserve to tb mutes of Europe.
Tbe ultimatum will b preiented to the
Greek govercmer.1 forthwith.
Pabis. April 26. It is officially an
nounced that Greco has yielded to tbe ad
vice of Franc t refrain from war and will
at once duarm
Tbe treaty of commerce between France
and China has been tesed at Tsln.
Viewva, April 2 A dupitcb from
Liike, in Ualacu. reports that that town Is
on fire and three-fourtts of it has already
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Ifew Tork Jfirket
New Toj. April
JJoaryOa call essy a: !" pr eetv
jrlnv areaatIa fsper at 4ti
-Utllcg sieisxrs cacharred, 4 h!V (or
for S3 day., 4 Wa deassod
GsersmccU 1 tall at steady
state Hoed More aelive acd steady.
CallrMd led Dall
The total., sirs of slock. rrr)l.IiJ shun.
V 8. J-per-crats .. . .. .JStlf
C.i 4S-per-cst ...... ....Ilr
C.s iprcnu 1V
C 5 HT-U of "i 117s
Kluosn C boaiU KO
Ctlcaro A Altea ....... to
Cklrxra. 8sr!!c-a Qzittrj JEV
Mtssvrsrl Pfcrttc ...... ...... ... 543
BM Ulaad .... Mi
Csdoa Psxlie. ... . . ..- Mii
STMts-rs Cai&a ..... ... Mv
Lake rtOT HS
CSlcaco ursis su Pro-lie.
rvticss. April St.
4tiargy fTaIJed la tk sroeat pst t Isy
N eas sess&ei tfl Lst. asy tstrrsstla tt. co
rral Crcp Is Ue early pan tf tk-t ttmlTJ
sser said v Vsklxr .fJfTrf. aM tie itslsw
aeit vras aude list tk vl(U nyij wooli
siv s tVcrstse tS cr ths va rrhssbd
sUtsrday. Tsls-" nStltmt KVrttglt irT
at R.c, srWck pet-red tk- k! ym U Ot
6j Ot triers ver rtarkaWy scarf
SsfiCas4est oatks TxtwVtskaCsj(,
- .-- , ,rf 'K-tZJ?l
and corn and oats rated a sha.le easier. The
ifsneral feeling la ouier jrralas haJ a lowering
j Jen pork opecej asvt (O 03, eased ff S'.'c
j and taen plclel up to f 10, eised off aala to
me Jlam flsnres.
Flonr qoltt and nnehanced
" "" e 1 soy: j.o.s span. .s.si.
, -- "PS- "".ws.
mixed cash, 3.(4JTS':
SV: Mar. i:.j;v,-.
Jane, jr1,',. closed 3TS
Oats Cash, "IS: April. : Mar. SJd.,
closed JO; Jane susgsls.. closed SO1,'.
Kye tlrm; Vo. S.l
Barley Hulls Xo. S, W.
Pork sales ranged cash. $ .., C; Jane,
Lard ?ales ranired: ca-h. ISM, May. i;7.'
i.W; June M .31 U3, clo-ed KW 95.
nutter ereaaiery. It g3; dairy, 11616.
Keeeljts wheat, lO.CeV; corn, l,OX): oat).
Wheat steady; Jane, SlJ.e.
Corn Mrm, Jane, 5Tl
Lard LTnchan ;ed .
Kasus City Grain and P.o
Ka.is. Citt. April as.
The Dally Indicator reD rta wheat r-rirU
I.Sjo; shipments WD ha: I v store, 416 ( ha;
moderately active aad wesk; No. 2 red, cash
f.l old; May, fi; Jane, ', o. Z soil ca j,
Tse,; No S red, ! tld
Corn Kreipu S.C0, shipments Jart. la
store 161 osJba; actlvexnd lower. No. sca.h,
S Slad. Sa a-ted; ilav. Sl. closing
weak; June. , July, bid 3laskrtl,o
2 wnltr cash. tTs IIJ, May, Z3. June, S3
Hay faacy small bales s 09.
L?CS Mull at se
Huller vVsak; choice ereimcry. S3; line
St. Louis Grata and Produce.
Sr. Lock, .rrll ec
Wheat Quiet and prices lower. Market
openrd steady and price advanced early In the
session yaSc, but towards the close weaenrd
aad finished sft'ie Inner ll.su ytetrrday's
No. 2 red. cash, ;; May, 7','tlV. clos
ing 5;.:Jun. c:i-"., cloJn s;,: Joly,
s.Vll,c!os!nRe3S aslr I: Angnil, ei,il.
Cira I airly a;tlv but wevk aad I e. rW
loir WUSc nndrrMturday; No 2 rulxed cash.
Si; My. SKitH'.. elo-in? ii atru; June,
St'tdSiU. closlcu KH asksd; July. S'.a.1,
Oats Very doll, essy and closinir '.txSc
lowrr; No - mlvd cnjli, .V, tfi-.'". bid; May,
Hatter Dull and strady: choice to rangy
creamery, Slit:, dairy, 17 'i
Kcss Active and lower at s'6
Pork Deprrssed $i 55
1-ard Eas) ,,5 7J
Heeeljts wheat, Jl.b.0. corn !(, W. oil.
Wheat stsa ly and c teller
Corn uneuan jel.
ZhUato 1.1 vs tlo.iL
Cattle llnelpts. VU); shipments, ?0, mar
ket lalrly acllv. an 1 10c nrmrr; thlpplDir steer
OVKilKu iHicmls, at Ua5 73. stockrrs sod
fi-eilers. i W&l ; rows, balls and mltrd,
il MK3I 23; tmtk. ii 75i3 Hi through lex.s,
Hoes rtrctlrts, 17 uo, shliincnu, 4.t.
market ttronsand strjdy; rungh aad mixed,
1 rMsl-o packing and shipping, at (4I 3S,
Hs-lit 81 ic$l 23
Sheep llecelpU, 2"o. shir mecU, HSU
stronger; nvtlvn, i S33 C".
Kansas CUT Live atcxr.
Kansas Citt. April M
Cattl lUcelpU. S3j thlpmrnls. I..VI3:
markrtln shipping strers strung, active, and
SilOc higher than --jlurilay; '1-eders wsreln
d'liiand at shade hUher prices; cholre to fancy,
3 KnaiSo; lair to good, $1 'kSI j0, common
to medium, fiscal 4i feeders, l !SI u);
batchers, .t !) I to
Hogs Itecelpts. l.33. shliroents, 2 Hf,
market strong n 1 artlte and 5 higher j choice
l Iij4 07; bu k. 1 latex 33.
Sheep ICeeeli U fr-O; shlp.-utnts ncne;
markrt stcsdy. g-st to choice. ! 003 (O,
comiitxn to msdium ii Sva3 SO
St. Louis Live Sto.k
ST Lucu. ApjIlSO
Cattle Iteceiits, ; shipments. 4 s),
markrt active an 1 simn and loc higher,
choice shliplng and esport, S3 11s3 i; com
mon lo good, l IVts ; batchers ter,
3 SusoS 3. cows and heifers, K SwJI li
atockers and feeders, S3 g 13
Hogs rec-lpt 3.5 o. shipments : cro, mar
ket actlie and strsdy. choice and selected
heavy.i Iiwj. .-,, miaul lacking I s-Vf 10i
light, 3 -actios.
"hssp- !teelptfi, shipments, none; markst
stronger; 1 lt 3 20
MEW STYLES HECK WEAR.
113 JIA1N !T
E & V. CUFtV. ei ( 'OLLA HS.
""pasture for rent."
f) Acres, fenced with I ami S lir!iwl
wires, Iluatci on Hickory Creek. 8 miles
south-east of I.eii,
K1VK ACUi; Ol TIMIU'IC
And an abutHlsnce of
I.UNNIM. WAT lilt IN I'ASTUUrt.
Will rent It for the season for tlSS, or
will take caltle at so cmeli per bd.
11S. A. KK.vMEH.
WHOI.K.aAI.B ANT) KKTAIIs
jriiT s)a TO rsTrrtc,
WICHITA, KAN". U'tf
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Onlr 1 dsv left to buy burjjlea at cot.
li5 W Uoujllas ave.
Dieted we will
move to our new store room,
on the south-west comer
Douglas ave. and Market
street, In the room formerly
occupied by A. Hess,
3-Bulton Kid Gloves,
4-Button Kid Gloves,
A full line of small sizes, 3, 4, 6 and 8 button
Kid Gloves at Jess than half value.
Linori Collars, lc. Best Tidy Cotton, 5c
Crepe Ruching. 3c, - - worth 15c
Best Needles, per paper, - - 5c
A Pull line of Embroideries
Ic A-YARD, UP.
Ladies dressing in mourning will do well to
call and Sec our Elegant Line of Crepe.
Also a Full Line of
WHICH MUST BE DISPOSED OF TO MAKE ROOM FOR
Come and See for YoarselTd and Save Money by "Buying
YOUR CLOTHING FB01C
ILLINOIS STORE, 104 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
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