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VOL. V. NO. 4l.
WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 6 1886.
WHOLE NO. 667
Attorney at law. office So. 124 n M!n at. up
aUtra. next to P O. Wichita. Kan. daowlttf
TToioemr at Law.Wlcblta, Sedgwick county
i:uu.OBw In Centennial Block. 19S-tf
J. R. Sites,
Altorner.at-T.aw- Oflra 117 E. Douglas Ave.
with Anjtlc American Loan and lnTestment
Jeau ft. Mtitagie,
at-law. Office In Eacle block, c-r
Uovry A Co. 's dry stood store
n. C. ST.CBS,
W. X. STAKLS.
Sliss It Stanley,
Attorneys, Wichita, Kansas.
J. F. Luck,
Attorney at Law, first door north or U.S.
Land Office, In Commercial Block, Wichita,
Kama. Special attention given to all ktnda of
bnalnesa connected with the U.S. Land Office.
Hattai k. RigBles,
Attorneys at Law. Eagle Block, Wichita, Kan.
a. c. nccctas. R. n. dots.
Ruggles & Boys,
Attorneys-at-law. Office over No. 133, Main
Street. Wichita. Emm. 83-
The Usual Amount of Glory
Gunpowder and Calam
topped out of the way of a moving train on
the Union tracks, only to be knocked under
the wheels of one approaching in the oppo
site direction, and killed.
Lawrence Turns out in a Body to Listen
to John A. Logan's Brilliant
Oration Enthusiastic Crowd.
Peabody'a Jollification Marred by
Fatal Accident Twenty People
Injured, Some Seriously.
Jaaei F. Major,
Attorney i aw. Will practice In all Kanau
courts. C ctlons a specialty. Office over
fmlth A Stover, Douglas ave, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. Mitchell,
Attorney-it-law and collection agent. Ko.ll
Main street. Wichita. Kansas. 137-tf
E. D. Parsons,
Attorney at Law and Keal Estate Agent, office
opposite Manhattan hotel, room 9. d3-lm
The Tammanite Braves Hold a Grand
Pow-wow to Brace up the Back
bone of their Party.
THE CLOZIOUS FOURTH.
H. E. Gorn,
Vtioroey-at-Lav. Office over li! Douglas ave
F. P. Martin,
Attorney-at-law, office over Hyde 4 HnmliU'e
bookstore, lit Main St. (ap-stalrs) WlchlU.
Attorney at Law,
I Main St.
tVoodmacs Bank Building,
. W. COLilVOS. BOBT. H PUTT
Collinoa & Piatt,
Attorneys at Law. Will practice In both state
nd Federal courts. Office In 'Temple block.
Main street, second stairway north of Poat
office. Wichita, Kansas.
Its Observance in the Various
Towns and Cities Throughout
. W. -4.D.1118. GKO. W. ADAMS.
Adant 4. Adama,
Atiorneyy at Law. Will practice In state and
Tederal court' Office in Eagle Block, Wichita,
!' ansae tllSO-
harrla, Harrla &. Veraillllen,
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wich
0. 0. Kirk,
iw Room No.
U R. Land
W. S, Morris,
uy-at-Law, oQce Temple Block.
B. A. HAXkKT. I. P. CAlimELL.
Saokey & Campbell,
Lawyers, Wichita, Kansas. Office southwest
corner Market strert and Donplas avenue. "Il-tl
A. R. Museller.
Attorney at Jw. Over Shalv's Music Store,
ojipobltc Ton Oflice, Herman ppoLen. Wichita
George W. Clement, Jr.,
Attorney at law, 1st Main st, Kansas National
Bonk IJalldlng, H lchita, Kansas.
A. M. M'COLLOLCII. C. T. M'COLLOLGII.
McColIough & McCollough,
Physlcla-s and Surgeons. Office, Xo. 118
Donglas avenue, over ilarnrs' drug ore; resi
dence, SU7 Sonth Lawrence avenue; telephone,
Xo. cs. aj.tr
M. A. Pratt, M. D.,
Office up the vetitair ay. Eagle block; rrsl
dence. lot M H abash ave. near 1st et 13-12
G. M. Blbbee, M. D.,
Office and residence, 311 Douglaa avenae,
south side, Barnes clock, over Derby's Imple
ment store. Wichita. Kansas. dira-lm
W. A. Minnick, M. D.,
lluiuropathlet. Office with Dr. It. Mathews,
Main st, Cnd ttainvay north ofl'ostodlce;
residence 1UI7 V. Fourth st, near Union Deot,
Wichita, Kansas. Telephone No. HI. dltt
Or. J. J. Stoner,
llomeoathIst Office opposite post office.
ICesIdence, CS North Main street, Wichita.
Dr. B. A. Guyton & Sop,
J'hjslcians and Surgeons, office I am Block,
opp. Occidental hotel; residence 7'7 Water st,
corner Oak. illo-Hni
Dr. C. C. Alien,
Physician and Surgeon, office and residence
420 Donglas aveenue. New and effectual treat
ment of hemorrhoids, and Diseases of women
a specialty. dl67-tr.
McCoy & Po.-ily,
Office 147 Main street, over I tech t A Sons' store,
Wichita, Kans. Telephone at residence.
Rentz, M. D
l"h i slclan and Snrgeor. Office over Fuller A
Russell & Jordan,
Physicians and turgeons; offire on weBt side or
Main st. first stairway south or Maon!e build
ing Tele(ihoneto A. I . T. 2i-6m
l'hvsiclan and Surgeon; office at l.
orug store. His e longlas at e.
I'bysli Ian; offire over London Tailor. Xo.liSn
Main stre t. llt-lm
L. S. Ordway, M. D.,
Hnmntnpathltt. Office, cor Douglas and Ijiir-
rence avenues; rooms,
1 and 5; telephone, 151.
Mrs. Selina H. Miller,
Homoeopathic Physician, corner IliTer street
and Central avenue. art-Sin
E. E. Hamllton.V. D
Siieclaltlu- Dlseajes or the Kv, Kar, J'oce
and Throat, Catarrh and fitting glasses otlce
e-w ror Ioiiglas and Market, np etalrs. Wich
ita, Kan rtlJAwtr
sxtiit. Kagle building, Donglas avenue,
McKee & Patten,
surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without
lain. Best eet r-rtldclal teeth. tSU) Offire 517
h. Douglas ave, tMrhltn, Kan. illii
Dr. J. C. Dean,
:ivTi9T. Opposite Ihepostofflce. Teeth ex-
lracte.1 without pain. 12-81-
Drs. W. L. Doyle 4. Wilson,
I'xktis OBlce over Barnes A Son's drug
'..rr. ntenuKI block. Wichita. 41-
Mrs. S. T. Hendrlckton,
Teacher or llano. Organ snd Theory, 422 North
Geo. T. Thompson.
J'ror-sslonal riano Tuner and Bepalrer. Kef--rences:
Cathallne Kussel and Thomas Shaw
A Co. All pianos tuned by the wave system;
the only method that will tnne yourplano per
fect and make It sound charming. Work Guar
anteed. Leave orders with Thomas Shaw A
Co.. music dealers. Main street.
Jl. W Been J. M. Giles.
Rush & Giles.
Architects and superintendents. Otilce In
In Green A Hay's building, over 125 W Douglas
C. W. Kellogg,
Architect d Superintendent Plana and spec
ifications tor all'classes or buildings. Office
over Hyde's book store. dlSMT
Terry &. Dnauat,
Vrchltects and Superintendents. Office la
loirs' block. WlchlU Kansas. 2 tf
w. t. raocDroOT. o. w. bikd.
Prsidfaot V Bird,
ArchltecU and Superintendents Office in Eagle
Messrs. Hudson St Brewster,
Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Hudson, or New
York, has had thirty-live years experience,
and daring that period has sncceufuUy treated
horses and cattle ror all diseases that Sean la
G. C. Brewster, formerly or the British army,
.graduate or the Veterinary Colleges or London,
-and Parts, has joined Dr. Hudson In practice.
We call the attention ol owners or horses and
stockgenerally that we guarantee cures In all
cases that we treat. Office: English's Star
stable), Donglas avenue, Wichita. 3J-U
B. S. GarritM,
jaMeaorttoPeaea: ttte with Woodwek
yt siimw vsiiiih. -
KAJ.S AS CITY.
Kansas Citv, July 5. Thuro wis no
special feature in today's observance of the
fourth here. The day wnj devoted gener
ally to amusement tecking. Ooo murder
and ono case of drowning occurred betides
the uiual minor cautualites.
ln the 1 Dorado'cslooc, on Ninth .'and
WyomiD? streets, in West Kansas City,
Andy Parker, a railroad laborer, stabbed
Fritz Gibben, the bar keeper, with a small
pocket knife, in a dispute over the payment
lor a five cent cis;ar. Fritz Gibben died in
four minutes, l'arkcr was arresUd. The
other, however, appears to havo been the
aggressor, having first struck Parker twice.
Lawrence, July 5. This was G. A. R.
and A. O. U. V. day at Bismarck Grove.
The procession was nearly a inilo long and
at 11 o'clock Gen. John A.Logan addressed
fully 40,000 pooplo.
lie was introduced by General McDwitt.
presiding officer of tho day. As he slapped j
forward lie was greeted with storms of ap
plause. Among Ibo distinguished friends occupy
ing seats on tho platform were Col. Al Buck
ncr, Capt. S. btone, Adjutant General
Campbell, Judge Usher, General McKnlta,
and ltcv. Dr. Stevenson.
Tho Modoc club, of Topeka, sang Hail
Flag of the Free, and then General Logan
spoka in brief as follows:
Mr. President, Comrades, Ladles and Gentle
men: It is a pleasuro to moot with you upon
these grounds. I come not as a member of
any association, but to give such thoughts
as may occur to me. A century ol experi
ments in this country has proven that our
lathers did good work. (lie was several
times interrupted by the band, and said:)
I tried once to make a four days' speech,
and as I havo started on this I intend to
finish, if it takes all summer. (Laughter.)
Wo thought in times of our forefathers that
this was a great country, thon about 4,000,
000 people, now about 00,000,000. Wo to
day stand higher than any other nation on
tho globe. This is tho greatest civilization
on earth. Its development has been greater
than any other in this ago. Look at the
state of Kansas today one of the greatest
in the union but what was it twenty-fire
or thirty years ago !
"You have a state fully developed In all
respects. Your debt today doesn't reach
SI, 000,000; jou havo a state government
seldom equaled, and an American pooplo
possessed of an energy and determination
not found in any other nation. I presume
that I will not havo to apologizo for saying
that wo had a war once; it is well enough to
know sometimes why o had a war. We
might just as well talk about that as any
thing else. I intend to teach my children
what this war was about, but I am ashamed
that there aro people who tell their children
to "hush" when asked anything about
tho rebellion. Tho scenes of that
struggle can never be forgotten.
The widows made, tho orphans made, and
tho misery can never bo absolutely pictured
as it occurred. God bless tho women who
offered up prayers fcr tho preservation of
the Union. What are tho prospects for the
future? Our hopes aro that this govern
ment will within the next half century be a
government that will defy all others when
they undertako to destroy our institutions.
This country owes a debt which it can never
repay; a debt of gratitude to tbo soldiers
and sailors, but now that motto has been
taken down."Cries of hit him again.
lie went on to tell how the president of the
United States had allowed a widow woman
of tho south $0,003 for an old steamboat
captured by Union forces, and refused to
sign a pension bill allowing poor crippled
soldiers S8 per month. " I do not say that
tho president is not honest, but I do say he
is misguided. I would say to all the old
soldiers, join tbo G. A. It- posts
and keep united as our friends havo
passed out of power, and our enemies caro
nothing for us." Ho held his audience Jn
perfect rapture for an hour and a half, and
when ho sat down cheer after cheer went up
for tho great leader of Illinoi".
At 8 o'clock Ilov. J. B. Young delivered
his famous lecture. "Echoes from Gettys
burg." to a largo audionco this evening.
About ten thousand pooplo nero present at
Logan's reception, which took place from a
raised platform erected on the side of the
street. Judgo J. H. Usher delivered an ad
dress ol welcome. General Logan respond
ed in a brief speech. He then repaired to
Casby's rink, where ho shook hands with
upwards of 10,000 people
Atcihs. July 5. Atchison celebrated
today. It was tho most successful celebra
tion over known in this city, thousands
coming from the interior to tako part. Tho
exercises wero held at the city park. Gen.
J. C. Caldwell, of Toncka, delivered tho ad
dress of tho day. In the evening Capt.
M. G. Winiger's celebrated flambeau club
gave an exhibition of fire-work.
Nkw York, July 5. Tho Tammany so
ciety celebrated Independence day a a
body. Tho multitudo began to assemble be
fore 1 o'clock, and when tho members
marched in full to Tammany hall it was
packed with people who sat through a pro
gramme of "long" and "short" takes, lasting
four hours. Among the prominent persons
nresent were Sonator Vance. Samuel J.
Randall, J. lUndolph Tucker, Gen. E. L.
Viele, Congressmen Dowdney and McAdoo.
Grand Sachem Henry P. Degree presided
and tho Declaration of Indsptndence was
read, after which the speaking began. The
general sentiment was one of congratulation
over the return of the Democratic party to
power in the national government, and over
the restoration more or lass complete, of
ancient Democratic principles as particu
larly appropriate to an American independ
Each speaker dwelt upon one phase or
another of tho home rule contest abroad.
A letter of regret from President Cleveland
was read, in which he said : "I should bo
very glad to join those who on that occa
sion will renew their pledges of devotion to
tho principles for which the fathers of the
republic fought. These principles had no
relation to personal advantage or ambitious
schemes, but were chosen because) their
enforcement promised prosperity and great
cess to a free and victorious people."
Letters of regret were also read from Hon.
S, J. Ttlden, Gen. B. F. Butler, the gover
nors of Xew York, Indiana. Virginia, Penn
sylvania, Florida. Mississippi. New Jersey,
and California, Secretary of War Endieott,
and a large number of United States sena
tors, representatives and other prominent
Isst&xarous, Ind., July 5. Th hat
been a bloody Fourth although the casual
ties have not, even remotely, been caused by
the celebration of the day. Edward II
Palmer, a young man afflicted with epilepsy,
fell from a frttght train while . in a fit mad
recetred fatal injuries., Fred. Kellish, a
tamer briar sear town, drove ow to the
rirer to was a wacon. and wag swept osTay
IM entiaai aaa ckowsm. j, v.
PxiBODY, July C Tho celebration in
this city terminated in a sad manner about
6 o'clock this afternoon. An old awning,
upon which fifteen or twenty people had
congregated to witness the water works dis
play .by the fire company, gave way, pre
cipitating the crowd en the spectators be
low. Some twenty men, women and chil
dren were injured, and it is feared some
fatally. Following is a list of the most ser
iously injured :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dutcher and child.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jelliffe and two
Mrs. Albert Heck.
Miss Lacy Bennett.
Mrs. Oakss and daughter.
Mr. J. G. Lee.
Mrs. Mercer and daughter.
Emfokia, July 6. The races at tho Em
poria driving park were well attended to
day, there being about 1,600 people present.
The 20 pacing race between Kockford
and Ksllio B. was won bv the latter in three
etraight heats; time 225."
The second class trotting race was won by
xiene xJougias, who won three out or lour
heats trotted, Almont Gift second, Coupon
tnira; lime iLau.
The half mile dash running raco was won
by Hattie Trowbridgo; time 2.-4S.
The mile and a quarter race was won by
At the starting of tho half mile dash Alec,
owned by a drummer of Burlingame, by
some means fell and cut his
groin so as to probably disable
him for racing purposes. At the finish of
the mile and a quarter dash Ella Glentig
neia second, ana as they dashed under the
wire the rider of Bos worth crowded her
into the fence pretty close, and Ella made a
dash for the gap made by the ban being
let down, but wa struck Dy a corner of the
fence, throwing her and pitching Louis
Brewer, tho rider, twelve years of age, over
her head on the course. His leg was severe
ly cuL Tho horse was badly cut on the
left fore leg, and will be useless as a race
horse if she recovers. She is owned by W.
W. Stratton, of Wellington, and is valued
at $2,000. Tho track was in splendid con
dition, and tho races wero hotly contested.
Abilene, Kan., July 6. Independence
day was celebrated hero by a gathering of
io,uuu people- lie arrangements for too
success of tho various entertainmonts given
were under tho exclusive control of tho Abi
lene firo department. Clay Center. Junction
City, Solomon and Salina fire departments
took part in tbo races for the various purses
and prizes offered. Junction City's bovs
won tho first prizo in tho hose race.
Clay Center second. Solomon made
the best time, but were fouled connecting
with plug and lost tbo race, Salina took
third prizo in tbo hook and ladder ntx.
Junction City took first prize, and Salina
second. In tho one hundred and twenty
yard race, Straight won, Solomon and and
Junction City tied, and in the toss Solomon
won, Junction City second. Salina division
uniform rank K. of P. took part in the
parade, as did company "K," K. N. G.,
Abilene post 63, G. A. It. and Sons of Vet
erans. Tonight tho Manhattan Flambeau
club destroyed one thousand dollars worth
of powder, witnessed by an immenso crowd.
Garden City, Kan., July 5. The Fourth
of July celobration here today was, in point
of numbers and interest, a grand success.
Fully 6,000 people participated. The Dodge
City Cowboy band camo in at 10 o'clock by
special train. They headed the procession,
which was a milo long, representing all the
different trades. Hon. C. J. Jones had a
heard of wild buffaloes in tho procession.
There wero half a dozen creations. A beef
and a wholo flock of sheep wero served in
A Death Trap.
Chicaqo, July 5. A firo was discovered
in the rear of tho basemont of tho restaur
ant of Uurcky &Milan,at 1G2 and IM South
Clark street, by a watchman this morning,
and an alarm was immediately turned in.
Tbo fire rapidly communicated to tho eleva
tor and tho entire building was enveloped in
flames in an incredibly short time Smoke
and flames rushed from tho rear to the front
of tho building, out of all tho windowf, and
by tho timo tbo firemen arrived on tho
grounds, tho second, third, fourth and fifth
floors of the building occupied by the Fen
ton hotel, which was fitted up as a cheap
lodging house, were consumed. The floors
were formerly used as a store but were con
verted into a hotel. Tho rooms u ere sepa
rated by a frame partition, making it a veri
table death trap in which over thirty-five
persons slept. A young man named Charles
Speech, of the Evangelino company, rushod
up stairs and aroused as many as ho could
Dy snouting ana pounaing on the doors,
but was very soon driven out of the hotel
by the smoke and flames. His efforts were
rewarded by seeing ten or fifteen people
leaving the bouse. One man was cut off
from the stairway and forced to go through
tho sky-light and come out on the root.
Another tried to escape from tbo fourth
story, but was driven to the roof. Ho was
slightly burned about the head. Another
man rushed by too lire escape and camo
down through another building. It was at
first thought that ten or fifteen persons had
been burned to deatb, but subsequent
search by tho firemen revealed only two
dead bodies. They wero both men of mid
dle age, who had been sleeping in bunks,
and wero found in tho middle of tbo room
One was burned beyond recognition.
Neither have been identified this morning.
John I. Mallone, of the hook and ladder
company, was severely cut in the shoulder
by a plate glass. The origin of the fire is a
mystery, as all tho fires in the ranges were
out. It is probably attributed to the Fourth
of July celebration. The loss to the res
taurant owners is about $8,000, fully in
sured, and the loss on the hotel about $10,
000, partially insured.
Later. Further search Indicates there
were but two persons lost, neither of these
have been identified. All injured will re
cover. Central Labor Union.
New York. July 5. A meeting, attended
by about 20,000 persons, was held this after
noon in Union Square, under tho auspices of
the Central Labor union, the gathering
was of workingmen, and tho purpose was to
appeal to tho workingmen of Ireland and
Great Britain to support candidates to be
pledged to the cause of home rule. Among
the organizations who attended in a body
cre 10,000 men of the Ale and Porter
Brewers' association, 00 members of the
Shoemakers' Protective association, 8,000
Progressive assembly Xo. 2 of laborers, 200
of the Association of Wood Carvers, 2,000
of the United Operators' unions, 1.000
of the United Pressmen's unions, 1,200
of tho United Tailors' unions,
4,000 of the association of long shoremen,
2,000 united brass workers, 1,000 united
tailors of childrens clothing, 5,000 opera
tive plasterers, 1,000 tin and slate roofers,
and 100 marble workers. There was speak
ing from four stands; from one of them in
German. Grand 'Master Workman Pow
dsrly was to hare delivered an address, but
was "forced to send a telegram of regret at
his inability to do to. An appeal to tho
workingmen of Great Britain and Ireland
was adopted. It expresses intense interest
in the home rule movement for Ireland,
referred to the sympathy of the
British working classes with the
United States in its recent straggle for the
happily restored good feeling between the
north and the south, and calling on the
voters of Great Britain to grant to Ireland
the same autonomy aa is most certainly
calculated to engender a spirit of lore for
and patriotic pride in the mother country,
and build up a community cf feeling with
the people of the United States, makizg a
union of the English speaking cations, with
an untold power for good.
SOMK UtTORTAST SILLS.
Washington, July 4. Mr. Springer, of
Illinois, offered a resolution in tho house to
day calling on the president for copies of all
correspondence between this government
and the republics ot Nicaragua and Costa
Rica sinco 1876, in relation to the construc
tion of an inter-ocean canal by way of lake
Mr. Belmont, of New York, offered a res
olution calling on the president for copies of
correspondence relating to the imprison
ment and release of Julo Santos, a citizen of
the United States, in Ecuador. Referred.
Bills were introduced as follows: by Mr.
Warner, of Ohio, requiring all the expend
itures of the postoffico department to be
passed upon by a comptroller and
an auditor. "By J. M. Taylor:
of Tennessee, for tho transfer of the medical l
records of the war from the war depart
ment. Tho house then wont into committee of
the whole, Mr. Hammond, of Georgia, in
tho chair, on the general deficiency appro
priation bill. In speaking of a clause rela
tive to the cay of witnesses. Mr. Sorinner
said that the department had, doubtless,
furnished the proper estimate, and it should
not be increased. Replying to statements
mado last Friday by Messrs. Uiscock, Can
non and McCoomas, to tho effect that there
was a large increase in the expenditures for
1886, as compared with tboso of 1885, for
lets of jurors ana wilnessos, and he caused
to be read a letter from Attorney General
Garland to Senator Allison. This
letter explained that tho increase was caused
by the fact that there being a deficiency in
1885, a large amount of business belonging
to that fiscal year was "carried over to 1S86,
thus increasing the expenses for 1886; also
that there was a large incrcaso of such ex
penses owing to the prosecution of polyga
mous Mormons under tho Edmunds act, and
on account of the prosecution of offenses
arising under the general land laws. These
were necessary and unforseen expenses, and
we ought not to take exception to tbo in
crease of expenses on this account. While
there has been a trifling increase of expendi
tures in the matter indicated, yet there has
been a large decrease of expenditures in the
fiscal year just closed, as compared with the
previous year. This decrease in all the de
partments of tbo government amounted, ac
cording to tho statements of the treasury
officials, to $250,000. The new broom of
this administration is sweeping clean and
much better results may bo anticipated for
the ensuing year.
A long and at this time an acrimonious
discussion arose over an amendment offered
by Mr. Cannon of Illinois, appropriating
9,uuuto reiuna taxes illegally collected
from a certain railroad caso on account of
alien bond and stockholders. The amend
ment was adopted.
The clause ratifying and confirming the
real adjustments ol tho salaries ot postmas
ters heretofore mado by tho postmaster
general, pursuant to tho act ot March 3,
1883, was ruled out on a point of orderanil
an amendment oflered by Mr. Burns of Mis
souri, striking out the appropriation for re
adjustment ($397,311) was adopted.
Mr. Gibson, of West Virginia, enured
something of a sensation by charging that
Mr. Townshcnd and Mr. Cannon, members
of tho appropriation committee, had gono to
tbo senato alter tho action of tho hoiuo on
striking tho names of ccitain houso cm
nloes from tho legislative unnronriAtions
and secured tho reinsertion of tho nnmes by
tbo senato committee. Mr. Cannon admit
ted that he had requested of tha senato
committee tho names of two pages
who had from long experienco become al
most indispensable. Ho know his privi
leges and rights as a member, and bad
nothing so apologizo lor. Neither of tho
employes had been appointed upon his
solicitation. When the legislature bill
camo back to tbo houso ho had no doubt
that it would accept tbo amendment ho had
suggested to tho senato committee. Mr.
Townscnd said that the names of employes
had been stricken out of tbo bill on a point
of order mado by ono member contrary, as
he believed, to the wish of a vast majority
of tho members of tho houo. Alexander
Stephens, on his death bed, had requested
him (Townshend) to cause J.Chancoy's namu
to be retainen on the pay roll of tho house,
as long as he (Townshend) was in congres",
when Clancey's name.and that of Bscon, u
gallant, generous soldier, had been stricken
out on the point of order ho bad determined
to causo them to bo restored if it were in his
power. Mr. Gibson repre'ented his side of
tho intcrferanco in tho senato in matters of
this kind. Ho had no ill will against tho
employe.-, and if allowed be would tomorrow
introduce a resolution providing that their
names bo placed on tho roll of houso em
ployes. After concluding tho consideration of all
but ten pagei of tho bill, the committee
rose, and tho houso at o p. m. adjourned.
St. Loris, July 5. Charrs of corruption
and bribery, fraud and unlawful legislation
against tho municipal houso of delegates are
becoming numerous. Ubarges that twelve
members wero ineligible to office when
electod havo been nartiallv substantiated.
Their knowledge of this by persons inter
ested in railroad legislation has been used
by them to influence the members. This
has been proven and today tho Republican
states that a person who speaks whereof he
knows will testify before tho next grand
jury that tho passage of tho Forest park
and Carondola street railway was effected
by tho most open uses of money.
Ho will testify, the paper says,
as follows: "I know that money
was used to procure tho passage of this
hill. I had heard that ono ot the members
of tbo delegates was talking about having
paid money to tho railroad committee for
reporting tho bill. Ed Butler, a member of
the homo, came into my office one day and
intimated to mo that It would bo advitablo
to get this delegate to quit talking. After a
few preliminary remarks ho told ma ho had
paid two thousand dollars to the railroml
committee to report tho bill, and be did not
care who knew it, for the person-, who bad
taken his money had gone back on him.
Subsequently ho described to me in detail
the transaction. He also stated that ono
thousand dollars in cash and five thousand
dollars in stock were given to a member to
influence his yotc against tho electric railway.
BILL AND BAT.
The Chicago Races the Most
Successful Ever Held
in that City.
Weather Fine, Track Good,
Time Fast and a Big
Turf Notes From other Points, New
York and St. Paul Lacrosse
Teams Cross Bats.
New York the- Victor Base Ball Notes
and Sporting of all Kind at
A Small Amount of Business Trans
acted by the Solons at the
Capitol Foreign Affairs.
Special to tbs Sally Eagle.
St. John, 4an., July C Tho railroad
election for the Wichita fc Colord railroad
in St. John city and township resulted in a
voto of 234 for to 8 against.
Murdar and Suicide.
Moxncuxo, TJla, July 5. A farmer
named Wildmas, residing" in Windy town
ship, yesterday murdered his wife and than
committed suicide. He made several gashes
in his throat and nearly rrerisd the arteries,
and finding he wa still alive he forced the
knife upward into his ssoatlisjplittisg the
tongue. Some time aco Mrs. Wudmaa, by
the death of a ralatire. fell heir to $12,000.
She did not regard her husband aa the
proper custodian ar-d to willed the money
to their chUdrea- The morderrrew oat of
UMM&oti. At 1st acconata WUdawi wm
aaMac intawasly and hit w a wfll
pte habry prore teal
St, Locis, July 5. An unprovoked as
sault that will probably result in murder
occurred on the comer of Nineteenth and
Biddlo streets. A number of boys started a
bonfire in that vicinity and to procure fuel
raided the premises of several grocers and
secured empty barrels and boxes. Among
tbo stores visited was one belonging to a
man named Henncssy.
William Henccssy, the storekeeper's son,
pursued a number of the boys with a knifo
in his band and threatened to kill them if
he caught them. James Wade, a yonng
plumber 19 years old, who was well ac
quainted with Hcnne."y, stopped him and
said: "You ought to be ashamed of your
self to bo running after kids with a knife in
"Well, it's none of your business," ,re
sponded Henncssy, with an oath. At the
same time be clunged the blade its entire
length into Wade's left side. The stricken
boy fell to the pavement and his assailant
tried to escape, but was run down
and arrested. Wade's condition is serious.
Diamond Dust Tho Jolly Jockeys
Chicago, Jul- 5. Washington park
races first race, tbrec.iourtbs of a mile
Starters: Margo, 102, O'llara, Sailor Boy,
105, Jdhnston; Alimony, 102, Weaver; Ira
E Bride, 102, Fuller; Truant, 102, Cooper;
Withrow, 103, Tompkins. Betting, on Ali
mony was 3100, Truant $70, Margo S70,
field S76. Truant was Aral away, lapped by
Withrow; Sailor Boy third- Tbeto was no
chango to well up into tho stretch, where
Truant and Withrow quit and Margo went
to tho front and won easily by a length, Ira
E. Brido one length in front of Truant;
time, 2:17; mutdah paid $23.10.
Second raco one and one-half miles.
starters, Warranton. 105, West: Buchanan.
11C.L. Jone.-; Volant, 118, Murphy; Myrtle,
103, Covington. Betting on Volant, $100;
Buchanan, $25; field, $15. Warrenton
started two lengths in tho lend, and made
tbo running for one mile with Buchanan and
Volant even. On tho lower turn Volant
went to tbo front and was not headed, and
won easily by two length5; Buchanan sec
ond, Myrtle a bad third. Timo, 2.3CJ;
mutuals paid $&10.
Third race, ono and a quarter miles, for
tho Sheridan stakes Starters: Ed Carrigan,
IIS, Keller; Jim Gray, 118, Obara; l'ure
Itje, 118, Stoval; Kaloola, 120, S. J ono;
Silver Clould, 123,JMurphy. Betting on
Silver Cloud, $250; Kaloola", $175; Jim (J ray.
$75; field, $50. Ed Carrigan at once went
to tbo front by two lengths, with Silver
Cloud and Jim Gray closo together. They
wero soon joined by l'ure IJje. When they
had run tnrce-ouartcrs. Pure Kto took tho
second place, Ed Carrigan was never headed
and won handily by one length; Pure Kyc,
second, threo lengths in front of Silver
Cloud, third. Time, 2.-03. Mutuals paid
Fourth race, ono milo starters : Vulcan,
87, Allen; Uandr Andy, 89, Johnson; Ueban
thus, 89, Fuller; Good Night, 94, Cooper;
Koldarge, 7C, Uollis; Fred Mosley, 10S,
Seaman; Leghman, 89, Covington ; Luke
Short, 85, Ford; Allemeda, 97, Myers;
Vergil Hcarne, 85, Mathews. Betting on
Handy Andy, $125; Hebananthus, $100;
Leghman, $50; field, $85. Fred Mosley at
once took tha lead of three lengths, followed
by Handy Andy and Uebananths. The
field bunched, and there was no change of
consequence to wo stretcn until Fred .Med
ley gnvo it up. Hero Vergil Hearno came
through and joined Hebanthus and Handy
Andy. There was a very cloo race to tbo
finish between theso three, and Vergil
Hearno won by a neck; Hebanthus second,
a nock in front of Handy Andy. Time,
1:121. Mutuals paid $9,019.
Extra races, ono milc startors: Skobel
off, 110, Wheatley; Bootblack, 108, West;
Warrington, 107, L. Jones ; Kosiero, 95,
Fuller; Jim Nave, 89, Watson; Taxgathcr
er, 101, Curtis Mary ; Ellis. 82, 100, O'Hara ;
Hornet, 92, Johnston. Betting on Warring
ton, 100; Bootblack, 90 ; Taxgathcrcr, 80;
field, 160. War Sign led in front for three
quarters of a mile, with Itoiiere and Boot
black close up in tbo stretch, ltosiere took
a slight leadl Jim Nave, Bootblack, War
Sign and Taxgalheror close, fivo of them
being a head apart, ltosiere won by a
head; Jim Nave, second; Bootblack, third.
Time, 141; mutuals paid 40. There was no
advance on the entered selling price for the
Fifth race, three-quarter mile heats, three
in five starters: Ailee, 110, O'Hara; Dad,
113, Dufly; Effie, 100. Gibbs; Jno. Sullivan,
112, Covington; Gleaner. 112, West; Sover
eign Fat, 112, Jones. First heat, betting:
Gleaner, $100; Sovereign Fat, $30; field,
$75. Sovereign l'at led, followed by Ailee,
Edie and Gleaner close together. Gleanir
waited into the stretch, then took tho lead
and won easily by a half length; Ailee sec
ond. Sovereign l'at third. Time, 115; mu
tuals paid $9.10.
Second heat belling: Gleaner. $100;
field, S7, Aileo led for half a mile, with
Gleaner third, then, going to the tront, he
St. Paul, July 5. New York won the
Lacrosso championship for the United
States, today. Score New Tork 3, St.
CcrcnrxATi, July 5. Tho Burke-Nolan
glove contest tonight was won by Nolan in
Washisotos-, July 5, 1 a. m. Indica
tions for Missouri valley and Kansas are :
Fair weather, stationary temperature,
winds generally southerly. For Kansas
generally fair weather, variable winds,
What He Deserved.
St. Locts, July 5. G. M. Haywood, an
ex-sinker and Anient ot Labor, but now
connected with the Furlong detective agency
in the capacity of informer, became involved
in a row on tha steamer Mary M. Michael
late last night, and was cut seven times and
kicked until unconscious. It looks very
much as if the attack on Haywood was pro
meditated, and under cover of a slight dis
turbance, it was decided to slaughter him.
Tho excursion was under tho auspices of the
telegraphers of the city, and on board was a
gang who mada themselves particularly pr
fensive to all. They quarreled among them
selves and it is believed Haywood interfered
and was instantly attacked by the eight men,
one of whom used a knife, while the others
seize$his revolver and beat him with it.
Haywood is not expected to live.
Cut His Throat.
Hl4.wjt.TnA, Kas., July 5 At tho farm
houso of Ed Backenstead, seven miles south
west, at 1:30 Iat ovening, a Frenchman by
tho name of L. IJlca cut his throat, and at
last accounts is in a precarious condition.
The rash act was committed because the
fourteen year old daughter of said Backen
stead refused to go in tho room to have a
anal talk witti too r ranchman, which if she
bad, no doubt sho would have been mur
dered, as ho was prepared for such a deed.
Bead and Order what yon should j
Have to Comply with the Law.
Each Township Trustee should
have a Trustee's Hecoril, Iloail Kecord,
Poor Kecord and a full set of Town
ship Blanks; also some Stationery -
Each Township Treasurer should
have a Treasurer's Kcconl.
Each Township Clerk ehouhl
hare a Clerk's Kecord and Warrant
Each Justice of the Peace should
have a Ciril Docket. Criminal Docket,
Each Constable should have an
assortment of lilanks.
Stray Kecord, Transcript?. Compiled
Laws of 1885, and a full assortment of
8-Thc above should be furnished
to the Officers of each well regulated
Townhip,at the expen-e of the Town
ship. The Eaolk ha tl e mot com
plete Hook aiidlManksnowptihli.-lied.
Each Road. Overseer should have
a Koad Overseer's Account Hook, Kc
ccipt I5ook for Labor, ISecvipt Hook
ror fcxtra one, aim a itcccipi jjook
for Material Ueed.
BEGINS TO DAY.
'15,000 MOST BE SOLD
Oone to tho HaDpy Hunting Grounds
Wix.virro.July 5. Chief I'oundmakea
of the Biackfeets died suddenly yesterday at
Losdo.v, July C The .Mark Lano Kx
prcss in its reiow of the British grain trade
during tho past week, says the brilliand and
unbroken summer weather is opportuno and
is improving tho surviving crops. If tberu
is no rain tho finnt possible samples will be
obtained. Trade still favors buyers. The
sale of-Knglish wheat during tho week were
SOIS quartern, at 31 shillings, against 38,
837 quaiterns at 33 s 3 d. durinir tho corres
ponding period last year. 1'lour has been
depressed, especially American. Two car
goes of wheat arrived, nino were sold, four
wero withdrawn and two remain. Tho trade
forward is almost nominal. At todajV
market wheat and llour ero quiet and un
changed Twoexpre-s tram", one from Kdinburg
and ono from Glasgow, camo in collision
today at Kallwood Junction. Thirty-fit e
persons wero injured.
l'aitiS Juno o. lit Paris confirms the
announcement of the loss of eight French
torpedo boats in a storm on tho Atlantic
Forty persons were drowned. Saturday's
dispatches denying tho loss of tho torpedo
boats were based upon a ttatemen t the
minister of marine referring to other torpedo
A SINGULAR PENSION DHCIOION
A filigular pension decii.on is attrib
uted to ComiiiirMoncr of Pen-ions
Iilack. In 1863 Arnold Shaw, a col
ored iirui. cnli-jtcd in ibo Union army
ami wusaflciivcnrd killed. His mother
applied for u pension, and it U charged
that (Jcneral Black denied the applica
tion on tin ground Unit Mie wait a
slave nt the lime of her sonV denth
mid dt'poiideiit on him for support.
The Kmnuripttion procliui.ition of
I'redldent Lincoln was issued January
1, 1863 After that dale there were no
more f-hvc, legally so held, in the
United States. It is singular, if true,
that such a decision n that attributed
to General Iilack should, mora tliuu
twenty-three j ears after the abolition
of slat cry, have emanated from any
oOicial authority in United Stales.
SOME OF THE FAIR SEX.
102 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Citizens llauk Building.
SACRIFICE SALE OF
Gents Furnishing (roods,
Now Going on.
W. H. Sternberg,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop 349 Mala street.
Ytttl-rlii wart at Lursl rrlc-i FsUntatn
furnlslird on ho,t ootlo WICHITA KAN.
THE PEOPLE S LINE.
In th next thr WMka to make room for
FALL AND WINTER PURCHASES.
mOuntrJJ,,rrKb,ylOWupri0M- mad in OPd to lThJrtSS
rWwitmtnon"xttb"wek"w "duced our prlcM
To&ToZ' of 26 DW cent Thls ,8 th' -?
On Friday, July 9th,
We will bw a
won caily by a longtb; Aileo second. Sov
ereign l'at third. Time, 1:111; mutualsTiaid
Third heat no beitinc;. Gleaner Vd
from tba start to finish, and won easily by
two lengths; Aileo fond, Soverrfsrn l'at n
bad third. Time, 1:15; mutuali paid fSSO.
Kxtra race, steeple chase, full coun
Starters: Chanticleer, 137, Whvburn; Fox
hound, 119, Sterns; Judge llurnett, 137,
Houston; llory O' More, 117. J. .Ma tan;
Rush Brook, 147, Locktnan; Sun Star, 145,
McDallj; Wcllmcton, 165, Griffin. Bellini;
on Wellington, $50; Bory O'More, 32,
Foxhound, $J0; field, $M. Wellington
was the only one in tb race that did not
fall or po out of the course. Welhncton
trotted in first, Kory O' More s.-ond. Chan
ticleer third- So time. Mutuals paid
Tho weather was again very fins though
warm, tho racing first clas, the time verr
fast and the attendance Iarer than ever in
on any race track in this country in modern
times. Ererything pasd aS without acci
dent except in the st eple chate. in which
McDally got slightlr injured. It is reset
ted that so many fefl, or it would bare been
a good race. The public left tho track
highly pleased. Tho betting was good.
Vo.NUoCTur.ijr.Julj 5. Winners to
day were: Pontiac La Jose. Charity, In
spector B, Faror, Mist Baly aid Alharopra-
uxiatrms tiiAcu, jury u maneri to
day: Lizzie D, Chaatilly, Rd Back. Bonnie
S and Hartford.
rrrrsBtTEG, Julr 5. There was nr sport
at Home Wcc4 pirk the first day: Charley
Anotnor Kentucky shootln I miton won in tbe 2
Latvmxci; iy.. J aly &. A Countr-1 2:191; mad bx J. G.
Journal special says: Another bloody j Tn 2:31 claw was wen by Wis C,
chanter in the Roman coustr factional war hjttii-.lwi-i-"7r.
was added today. Sheriff William Ricey, dr. Pacl, July S. In the Charapios
with a posse, attempted to arrest tha notori- rices Josnsoa aad Mike Wilkes contested
oos Craie Tolliter, Cook Humphreys and j for a purse of $,0) today, Jobcsoa wia
Howard Locan, the principals in the trouble. ' cirg casirrr fceit tinv. 2:1 &J.
Tolliser submitted quietly, but Locaa and "
his son, William, and Humphreys, opened I Bas Ball.
fire on sheriff's pose, who retorred the fire-, at kxsa cttt.
Shcrifi Barney was shct tsrocgh tho body i Kansas City 7 I Washington
Kansas Chr .
and mortally wounded, while his son, Hes-
rx, and the deputy sheriff wero also slightly
wounded. Logan's son wis also sbct, but
cot fatally. Information received reports
that Lcc&a and Humphrey are raiiiae a
mob of followers to kill tho wholo sheriff's
posse. Gorercor Knott has been teJejraph
ed to send troops to Reman ccsnty at oece,
whero all is fear and exciteratat.
Hsur ax, X. St, July S. A teiegram trom
Shelbum says that the collector cf ctutoms,
under instructions from Ottawa, has imposed
a s of S400 each on the teizad PsrUaad
choosers. C B. Herrisctcn.atrBointsadiXSJX
S Washington- .
. 5 I Metropolitans .
2 J Metropolitans
AT ST. LOUIS.
1 J PhnasWphiai
. 7 I BrcGklrss.
reiladeip&ias - i I M. Lras
St. Locis i 4 Brooklyn.
yet been paid cr the Tewls ra'asW.
Union in Price.
PmssuBo, Pv, July 5. Tho paddle
employed at the ETtrtoa railing mill all Pistibsjrg ..1
Scotttdale, Pa- related to return to
tosBorrow nslcsa tha rm grant the Ip
i Wt iiswmif laioc wagas.
Detroit.- . S
14 I Athletics..
. - i
Kaahrilk .11 1
Tlicoiilv daughter of the late l'rof.
Leopold roti Katmc U the Baronet
Mi?s Grunt U not breaking her over
Garinoyk'.aud (he may marry an ordi
uar American, after all.
Mrac. Modjcjka is fo delighted frith
her California ranch that t.he wishes
(In- had never 'cen the footliVtitH.
Maggie Mitchell, the actrei-), could
not p n old uoini'ii', parts ifohe tried,
t-lie will he I'auclion to the laat.
The Prince" llcitricc i very busy
at present upon needle work, uhich i'
entirely new to her. They 5' il I
Ihcuidnw of late Bayard TaIor
and her daughter Lillian wilt return
this-nmnier nflcr a two cam' sojourn
Mis In nig' latest poem i: " Love
and rVhion," an I deals uilh the go
rial problem of the girl who scIU her--elf
into marriage with an old man for
MM Minnie I'nlner will give, it Is
t-aid, 1-5,000 lor tho moil novel means
ofadvcrtlMiijr Being engaged to a
crowned head and then jilting him
Klcm- to II lo merit tho money.
.Minn. Chri-liue Xiou. it I oy-ou-ly
rumored, i to marr a count,
f'a-a Miranda hi name. The Coiidim
Cai Miranda w til sound too sweet
audi (I it ha a tempi louair.
The iTincc-" of Wales I ilccplv in
lcrcted in Pre-idrui Cleveland's bride,
and only rojal etiquette prevnt her
from writing -Oh, you sweet little
tlmiL'. you, how I would like to make
you a duchen."
The Duehcfi de Hocbcfoucauld Hi
aca i th' great lady of I'Arltinn
creine. i-be i a noble-looking woman
of 42, with fascinating manner. Her
The I'r;uco LouUo of Wale i
studying. 'wedi'h fo that when I'rince
0-ar, fcer intended, come home a lit
tle lato shecan exclaim, "Well, sir, thl
I' a pretty time of night, !u't it?
Where have you been? Take thatl"
The Ureal Frte I'llKellttliiiln Chair l'arl!tilf.
St. Louis, Ft.Scott& Wichita Ry
In connection with the Mo. Pac. Ry,
Is now running morning and eienlng trains
dally, Including .miibju. tn
Pullman's Palace SkfjFng Cart en L'uciicTniiat
The Shortest Route to St. I-ouio.
The Only Short, Direct Line to
TEXAS & SOUTHERN POINTS
My which Ihc pancngrr avoldt extra trutl
depot traa.fer and lexallous del),.
All Texas PoloU are Local to tbli System
W II .VKWMA.V,
Grn Trade Manser. St trials, Mi
Gen. Pas an-J Ticket Ai't, St I onls. Mo
C r KrXTilK.
I1. fast nn.lTlckrt Aect, WlchlU, Ksn.
Forest City, L A., No. 5220 K. of L
MTUl mt rralsrly eTry TzVjlj alxtt ia
rwm Blocs: flail, Umbers ar rjat3
tob pretest rteh nnlsg Jirordrr of M. w.
Tie PSctosraxbeT. Rclsnala all
styles. II also earrlra lie fiast asaortawat
efplctsre fraaes la tbs dtr. Otn aim a
frfdlT 'all Jii xaxfac triirt. 4-i-tf
M. J. Parrots.
Practical rtr-haairr and Deeenlor, si Hris
A UcsUt'i. 4svc
TErACJiY DrrrxjijEXT, )
Oxtzct. or COMrrxoixM 6r Cckbzxct
WsniXCTOX. Jose , lirC. J
Wherta. By satisfactory ttideare prt
kbU4 to ti cade riipcKl, it tat bees aade
to appear tsatSlatetatJoDalBaakof. Wich
ita. i tb city 6f Wichita, la lbs county of
jedjrsrtek.acdSuteof Kansas, baacas;4i4
with all the propitious of tbe stain let ofUx
L'cikl slates, rt;lre4 to be ces;MJ
trSthbefore an awodatian sbtlS be aotbar
jrd to cotsraesc the bctlceM of tastier.
Sow, therefore, 1, WtTJism U. Trr-koto.
eoaptrontrof corrraey. in hereby erafy
lhtt&a:3tt!o::al Baak of Wichita, !s the
dtyot Wichita, Is thecosoly of Scprlek,
xz'l state of Kastat, is aetboriitd t eoaa
ctoct tbe bctliKM of btaklor:. aa prorUed
la seetisa CflT-csc bcoireJ asd sixtr-ciaa
tof tb revised statates of the U cited Stairs,
Is vmUoost vbrtf. thtcvt say kaad
.'- , asd teat of oSec, this atth day
U. f Jane, I'M.
CesptroBrr cf U Ctvfiy.
Wbolrrslrsna l.'dslt Dsl,rln
EI UMAX HAIR
A DIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
KL'Li. STOCK ON HAND.
IIS MAIN ST
GRAND REMNANT SALE
ColiBlbtintr of Whit. Oood.. Gingham, TiibU Linen., Embroidery.
Lacea and RibboM, which will bo nold at
50 CTS OUST THE DOLLAR
1 h abovo remnaatB hav accumulated during our laat all aalaa.
WALLENSTEIN 6 (JOHN,
Tireleasi and Raatlaaa Worker for Trad.
Cor. DOUGLAS AVE and MARKET ST.
Ready Money! Low Rates!
Interest Paid in Wichita!
rrlTllir jtlten to pay off la lttlln.nli.
Chattle and Personal Loans
G. A. HATFIELD & CO,
OnMlt I'MtclEc. WICTnTA.KAjr,
IrnproTed and unlmprutetj lsod and
town property In lliio.. Indians. lows.
Texa and Ml"Ouri In trade for Irnprot,.!
or SDlrotiroted lands in outbwelern Ktn
ai or IV leblta tnwD property Will trailr
orboUM-ssml lots In Wicblla ul.itct to
and )"Ooi' raortrai:' Anyone Latlnc
propertv to trade will da wrll lo we m he
fore trading, I btre ?oot btrzaln. Ad
drr... K.A. ItKIMAN,
ISor 141. trtir Wleblti, Kan.
rnSlsTMsaMlaltMasllty rasal t4thtt
but tn avt sayllxsx riit V sack.
i. C. HYDE,
Stfiwlck City, Kaa.
Iatbmaltrof thrtlof Wsllrr Jf GtA-
All vr !nwi-l art hrrby iwtjSol
tbal tV seal tU!Bal tit ta 4aulttralar
cf taM nut wtteli was cnctlas ea lh 724
dy ef April. t. will w sarl ua tk lli
dayafJaly iws. at J of lb fut
j34t La t rltj of Klealla, Cuu
GKO&4E E llit.K.
ST IXrtna. OJLT SCOTT WICHITA
SATT.SOT SHOWT XOVTZ.
Ytob: and to So-Jtiywlera ar-d rxrstbm
Kacaas aad all posits sortbesut sad sooth by
tba war of Fort Scctt.
Faaatictrs Ta this rc bate o efear-ft
of cars to Chicago, HsAoiba ad Qvuacy
frees Ft- Sootl, tzri csrr ci eiep to Krw
York, Boausc, Bc2t!o, JtcStvysrlO-, ?i
tern, San AstceU. La Arrlr. It is tt
sbcriast iA ;oirtt route la & prists ia
Iowa. lalta. Oi. S- Yerfc sjvl 'r
EjtrUzd ttatM. IcSioa2i 2slac tifpitig
sa cfcair cars aiiacfcd ia :?? trail.
Lesrr WkiHs, 5r a. ri, arrircf attt
r crion irjxA CwO a. ss. daiy wittoal
cbser Tirsw bnon qakhtr liaa Tia asnr
etboToota. Fcrfczrtbr U-iurastm sui
ca tckt crs4s or stsd toe ssss md
aidan, (rrring indptloa of tba atm, lo ta
600 pieces of Hamburg
Edgings and Flouncings will
be placed on sale this mora-
ing at less than one quarter
of their Actual Value.
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