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VOL. V. NO. 52.
WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUlvY 18 1886.
WHOLE NO. 678
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,; -rTQRXEYS-AT-LA K.
- ;. H. Balderatso,
Ttwrx at ixr.Wlchlts.aedgftlri: county
3ictts ,,rrc in v;tui-a .--
. J. R. Sites,
Utannt-Liv. Office 117 E. Douglas Ave
SrMk Anglo-American Loan and Investment
Jones & Montagne,
AUoraeys-nt-law. OQce In Eagle block, or-r
HwyA Co.'s dry goods store. 72-2D-r
H. c. 8res. tt. k. tTASuc.
Slass &. Stanley,
Attorneys, TAcnlta, Kansas.
J. F. Uncle,
Attorney at Law, first door north of U.S.
Xaad Office, In Commercial Block, Wichita,
Kiiiiii Special attention given to all kinds of
bnslBeee connected with the U. S. Land Office.
Hatton & Busflles,
IK-wneyistLaw. Krgle Block. Wichita, Kan.
Attorney at law. offlce No
(talrs. next lol'O. VUchlfi
121 n Main at, up
. Knn. dajwlitf
n. II. r.OTS.
Rugsles & Roys,
Attorneys-at-law. 05 over ho. US. Jltln
tret. Wichita, llanxas. 5
J arses F. Major,
Attorney i aw. Will ractlcc In all Kansas
conrts. C ctlone a sredalty. Offlce over
SadtnA Stover, Douglas ave, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. Mitchell..
Miorny-st-lawandcollectlonngit. No. 11
Mala street. Wichita. Kansac 127-tf
E. D. Parsons,
Attorney at Law and Heal Estate Agent, oSce
opposite Manhattan hotel, room 9. ilGMm
H. E. Gcrn,
Attorney-at-Law. Oflcaover 1 H Ponglee ave.
F. P. Martin,
Attorrey-at-law. ofUce over Hyde &. Hcmble's
. !-. Haciphrey.
Attorney at Law, VToodu.a-is Back Banding.
O.VT. COIX.IM1". ROT1T. M rliTT
Callings . Piatt,
Atorneye at Law. Will j ractlce in both state
iti Teder&l courts. Office In Temple blocV,
Main Jtreet, second stairway north of Post
office, Wliblls, Kansas.
t, jr.JDjk.va. csto. w. adajis.
Attains El Adams,
AttcmoyyatLaw. Will practice In stats and
federal court" Oilce la Lagle Block, 'lehlta,
Harris, Harris &. Vennllllcn,
Attorneys at Law, Corarrfrdal Wock, tIpJi
0. D. Kirk,
Attorney at Law Boom No. 3, V fi. Land
idee bnl!:lnz. Wichita. Kansas.
W. S, Morrla,
ey-st-Law. office Temple Block.
b. i. saktit. i. r oarr-ELi..
Sankey & Campbell,
Lawyers. Wichita, Kansas. Office southwest
comer Market street and IcJ?lasaenne.31-tf
evatLsw. Over Shaw's ilnslc btore.
omosltc Tost OCce, Gerruanfpol.cn. WIcLlta
George V. Clement, Jr.,
Attorney at law, 151 Main t, Kansas Natlonhl
BankBnII.Iinp. W ichlta, Kai.eas.
E. E. Hamilton, M. D
Sre!aUlf: IIscaf es of the Ev, Ear, i'oc
ana jnroat, uatarrn anu luuns ri.iec3
s-w (or Douglas and llnrket,
np stairs. V.lch-
A.M 11'cOU.OrblI. C. V. N'COLLOLGII.
McCollough & ITcColloush,
rhyslcla-'S and iurseoas. Oflic. Xo. 113
Docglss avenue, over Barnes' drug s'orc; resi
dence, 207 South, L5Vfrencs avenue; tele) hone.
No. S. 3d-tf
, H. A. Pratt, M. D.,
Office np the est ttalrivay, 1-aglc block; resl
dence. lotanaijafh ave. near 1st tt 13-12
G. M. BIbbee, M. D
OHSce and re.Mence. 311 Douplaa avenue,
aonth aide, Barnes olork, over Uerby's Imple
ment store. W Ichlta. Kn&sas. dlRI-lm
' W. A. Mlnnlck, M. D.,
' llomeopathlet. Offlce with Dr. IS. Mathews,
Main at, 2nd stairway north ofl'ostofflce;
redrtence 1017 V. Fourth ft, near Union Depot,
Wichita, Kansas. 1 elei Lone No. 141. dill
Or. J. J. Stoner,
Honworallilst Office oppotlte jot offlce.
Residence, KSNonh Main street, Wichita.
Dr. B.A. Cuyton .Sor,
Fhyslelans and .urce.ii'S. office !) sm Block,
Cpp. Occidental hotel; residence 77 Water t,
corner Oak. ilut-Sni
Dr. C. C. Allen,
Physician and fcurt'eon, office and residence
CM Douglas aveenne. New and euVctual treat
ment ol hemorrhoids, aid Ulseas of women
Drs. McCoy L Purily,
Oflcsl 17 Main street, over Uecht A Sons' storo
Wichita, Kans. Telephone at residence.
E. B. Renti. M. D.,
Physician and Surgeor. Office over Fuller A
Russell &. Jordan,
rhyslclassand surgeons; ofSron nestrldnnr
Slain st. Srst stairway south of Masonic bulld
lnp. Telephonejo A l ' T. Si-Cm
Palmer C. Jay,
Physician and Snrseooi office at 1. C. Tor y 'b
drug store. HIS c Donplsj ale. l, :.n
1. H. Mattingiy, "
Phvelrlan; office ovtr London Tailor. No.lVi n
Main stre t. 19-lm
L. S. Ordway, M. D.,
lu'inceopnthtst. OCce, cor Doa;lss and Law
"ET0 av"s: rooms, lands; telephone, 1M.
Mrs. Solina H. Miller,
anil Central aemie.
oirner Klver street
U. W. Smltb,
.1.VrJ,"T,STA E building, Douglas aienue.
McKee & Patten,
Scrgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without
pain. Best set artificial teeth, JS SO. Office S17
-. longlas ave, Wichita, Kan. dill
Or. J. C. Dean, '
r-ITTisf. Opposite thepojtoCJce. Teeth er
tracted without pain. 12-51-
Drs. W. L. Doyle & Wilson,
tU-vrisTa. Office over Barnes A Son's druc
lore. Oentnulsl block. Wichita. 1-
Mrs. S. T. hendrlckion.
Ttcher ofllaao. Organ tad Theory, 4Ji North
jk. If mar m etvt
j v z
Geo. T. Thompson.
Fiofesslonal riano Tuner and Kepalrer. Bef-
cui-r. uinsuoe tinsset anu iuomu Shaw
All blanoa tnne.1 hr th vm, are,..
the only method that will tune yourjilaao per
net and make It sound charming. WerkGuar
Bteed. Leave orders with Thomas Shaw &
Co., music dealers. Main street.
A. TV. Kcmi
J. M. Gilx
Rush & Gila
superintendent. Ofiice In
in Green A Hay's bulldln,
C. W. Kellogg,
Architect and Superintendent Plans and spec
itoucn for all'dafscs of boiliUnge. Office
"'"Hide's book store. disstf
Terry & Dunont,
ljZ.T?l.fet ani1 Superintendents.
vesi' Uoek. vciebita Kansas.
I f" T- "orarooT. o. w.r.tnD.
K a- xi.m, Proudfoot & Bird,
t, JtJE3.rcU'ul'1Sal,rtnten:ents Office In Eagle
mL. ..... .? s: 6Snr
k?hiion'T. in Dorsey bBildTnlth w-dcock A
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lei'n 5KVaP12lT.'V nlrtt I.
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vfr .'xSTiePhotojrr,3her. Pictures In all dui ani
FlK Wt ? lo canios the taejt aMortaaat
SUgBsW- IB US 4W CUT. tT W
The Reports of the Committees
on Indian Affairs and
Regard to Certain Bills
Vetoed by the Presi
dent, and in
Each Case Recommending Their Pas
sage, Notwithstanding the
The Day in the Senate is Consumed by
the Discussion of the Oleo
While the House Arjues the Merits or
Dements of the Fortifi
Wamiiaoto:, July 17, 1 a. in. Indica
tions for ilis-ouri vtlley and Kansas are:
Slightly wirmer weatLcr and variable
TEST AND THE VVlTNKf..
W'AsniNGToN, D. C, July 17. Inteitiga-
tion into tnu Indian trndership matter was
continued by Piatt's special committee in the
scnato this morninjj.
Ii. .M. Hunter, nttorney for Cleveland, and
Cook, of Anardako, submitted an addition
al numbers of papers which had been sent
by him lo the president concerning his ap
peal from tho action of Commissioner
Alkins in refusing to renew tho license of
his client. Tho receipt of the papers wore
acknowledged by Col. Lamont, who stated
that they had been referred by tho president
in person to tho secretary of tho interior.
Ilunlcr described his attempts to securo in
terviews with tbo secretary of tho interior
and his failinir. How he laid tho matter be
fore Senator Wilson, which action v.as the
basis of tho present inquiry.
Sonator Vest was in tho room and when
tbo direct examination of tho Vtitnes3 had
been concluded, ho asked permission to put
Hunter, he said, yesterday you put in evi
dence of two private letters irom me; wnero
did yon get those letters ?
Ansncr Tboy vere put in my hands for
tho express purpose of facilitating tho re
newal of tho license of Cleveland and their
Que.tion By whom ?
Answer "Well, senator, I don't know
that I should answer."
ilr. Vest "They wero my private cor
respondence; I want to know v.hore you
got thoso letters."
Answer "I don't know as you havo any
right to ask mo these questions. 11 tho coin
mitteo will ask mo tho question I will ans
Senator Cook "I vill ask tho question;
where did you get thoso letters?"
Answer "They were placed in my hands
by mv client."
Mr! Vest "With autherity to put them
in tho ncAspspcrs?"
Answer "Who alleged, Senator Vest,
that we put them into tho newspapers?"
Mr. Vest "Why you know as well as you
are living that tho letters are published."
ftitnets (excitedly) "Those letters, or
copies of them: permit me to inform you
and this committee that theto are other
sources of leaking as well as through me."
Ilr. Vest "I am glad to see that you are
excited. Kow let mo ask you whether you
furnihed thosa letters to Ihe.New'iork
Answer "I decline to answer tho ques
tion." Mr. Vest, to tho committee "That is all
I wanted to ask; I jut wanted to know what
sort of a gang my letters got into."
Committeo thereupon adjourned subject
to tho call of tho chairman.
COMMITTEE OX IVDIAN AFFAIItS.
.. Senator Danes, from tho committee on
Indian alTairs, today submitted a report to
to tho scnato recommending tho passage over
the president's veto of tho bill granting rail
roads rights of wny through tbo Indian res
ervation in northern Montana. Tho report
saj s it will bo bcri ed that tho bill under
consideration is an attempt to apply to this
Indian rerenation tho general law granting
the railroads the right of way through the
public lands of tbo United States, and that
whilcvcr criticism can properly be mado on
tho general i liaracter of tho bill lies with
esual forco against tho existing law. This
law, that report says, has existed now for
moro than ten years and no complaints
of its operations havo been heard in any
quarter. ltv.as in the lino of a broad t4
liberal policy inviting capital and enterprise
to push railroads into tho public domain
wherever thero was a reasonable hope to ex
pect that development would produce busi
ness, though to justify tho outlay tho bene
ficial results of that have been so marked on
tho rapid settlement ol tho public domain
and tho development of tho resources of tho
country, that no one has hitherto suggested
that it bo abandoned nor has it been discov
ered heretofore that speculating corpor
ations would be caablod to seek out and
secure tho right of way over the natural and
most feasible routes with no present intention
of constructing railroads along such lines,
but with a view of holding their advantage
ous casements for disposal at somo future
timo to somo other corporation for a valua
MAJOKITV vs. MiKonm.
Senator Blair, from the committeo on pen
sion, today submitted n report adopting as
tho report of tho majority of the committee
the report heretofore submitted on tho mes-
ssgo of tho president vetoing a pension to
Mary .1. Hoetago and which was rccom j
menueu uy mo senate, xne report was
adopted by a strictly party vote. Senators j
munornr, v.amcen ana iison oi Jiary-
land, join in n minority report in which,
after a brief statement of the history and
value cf tho president's constitutional right
of vely, they say: Tho report to
which wo dissicnt is nominally ono on
a bill granting a pention to Mary J. Hoo
tage, but it will bo seen that the author of
tho report undertakes to review and consider
not alone tho objections of tho president to
this bill, but the objection of the president
to twenty-two other bills. Waiving any
criticism upnn the order, manner or propri
ety of a report so made, save now to pro
test airainst tho stvlo and tmnn, ?n wlitl.
the objection cf tho president is received I
and criticised thorein, and which more be-1
i-uiun i "' "" i" seaaie, we nave ijc documents and at 10.S0 adjourned.
to expreis our d'ssent to the evident political i
and partisan animus manifested - , , . -
in the' preparation of said reh! I Turner Nominated.
One mav differ with tho president in somo Atciuso.n, Kan., July 1(.-A special dii
ono or moro of the cases mentioned in this Ptch to the Champion from Stockton, Kan
report, as to his conclusions upon tho facts 515' ano" " " "" deblock ?r
presented, but it is akin to madness to ab-' lho KPM'csa congressional convention in
scribe to him unworthv motive in arriving the Sixth district, bv tho nomination of L.
at such conclusions. We reco-nizo the wis- J- Tu"er on the 103th billot, to succeed
dom and fidelity of the president when in the Lewis Hanback. The result was brought
discbargo of bis constitutional duty to return joout by a combmation of tho forces of
this and other bills and his objections to their ItAnoack. Mc all and 1 oung, who joiaed
passage. wh Turner's strength and settled tha con-
aitointed. ie Four ballots were had this morning,
The president has appointed W.U.Dyer. j ,taadlnfi: 6,
uunuutJi, iu i iiiiw lories ncmoi
wsv of tho Southern Kansas nilroad throni-h
tho Indian Territory, vice David Dickson de
The president has nominated S. Davis
Page to be assistant treasurer of the United
States at Philsdclphia.
t:. r- .., .,.;. tr,. iv,
supreme court of D.tott&r. his rig-
nation to the president today.
" - "
. "AarnxorroN, Julv 17. Mr. Davis, from
thecommit on Indian affair, submitted a '
jfc.,U Kos the right of war
Jir"-01"10 northern Mon,
pMtUk- iStf "fS
action. Ho did not think it would take
Senator Miller called up tho oleomarga
rine bill reported by tho committeo on agri
culture without amendment and it was de
cided by a voto of 25 to 13 that tho bill
be now considered.
Sonators Beck, Berry, Brown, Coke. Gray,
Harris, jones ol Arkansas, Maxey, iugn,
Vance, V.'althall, "WhiUhorne, and "Wilson
of Maryland voted nay.
Senator Beck's motion to refer the hill to
tho committee on finance was rejected
yes 15, nays 28.
Hr. Miller mado a lengthy speech in ad
vocacy ol tne bill.
Senator Harris submitted an amendment
substituting for all the provisions of tho bill
except thoso defining tho oleomargarine
provision making it a misdemeanor for any
person to sell or offer for sale in tho District
of Columbia or territories of tha United
States any oleomargarine which is not dis
tinctly branded and cold as such.
Mr. Beck moved to refer the hill to tho
committee of finance. It was, he said, a
tax bill beyond all controversy and as such
should, under the rules of tee tenate, be
considered by tho committeo on finance. It
not only dealt with internal taxation but it
changed tha tf.rifi lews. Tfcers was no re
port from the committeo on agriculture,
but tho magnitude of the bill vraa set forth
in a report by Its friends in tho other houc
In this report it was stated that about 200,
000 pounds of spurious and imitation com
pounds wero manufactured annually. This
amount, if taxed as proposed, would pro
duce a rcvenuo of $10,000,000 or, if the
quantitv imported was large, possi
bly S15.000.000. There was now
a surplus revenue of $95,000,000, and
here was a proposition that would add $10,
COO.OOO or Slo.000,000 to that surplus and
yet, without any report, it was proposed to
pass this bill, while it was apparent that
every additional dollar of taxation imposed
as only adding that much mcro not only to
the burdens of the taxpiyers but to tho em
barrassments of tho treasury. Surely, in
that condition of things it was but fair that
the li nance committee, which hid to deal
w ith internal taxes and tariff taxes, should
consider tho measure, and if this motion
wero rejected it would show that there was
an intention lo push the bill through
against all precedents.
Mr. Edmunds said that to send the bill to
tbo committee on finance now would mean
its dcfcit for this session.
Mr. Bock said it was not an easy matter to
get at a bill. Tho motion to refer tho bill to
the committeo on finance was rejected yeas
15, nays 29, as follows:
Yeas Messrs. Beck, Berry, Coke, Gray,
Harris, Hearst, Jones of Arkansas. Maxey,
I'ugh, Sauloburv, Vance, Vest, Voorhees,
Walthall and Wilson of Indiana 15.
Xays Messrs. Allison. Blair, Cockrell.
Conger, Cullom, Dawes, Dolph, Edmunds,
Evarts, Frye, Gorman, Hale, Harrison,
Hawley. Hoar. Kenna, Logan, 3IcMilIen,
Mahone, Miller, Palmer, Piatt, Sherman,
Spooner, Stanford, Teller, VanWyck,
Whitthone and "Wilson pf Iowa 29.
Mr. Miller advocated tho bill and said ho
would ak u voto upon it Monday.
After an cxecutivo session tho scnato ad
After a number of reports from commit
tees were presented tho houso went into a
committeo of tho wholo (Mr. Blount, uT
Georgia, in the chair) on tho fortification ap
Mr. Butterworth, of Ohio, directed atten
tion to what he regarded as tho gross remiss
ness of congress in failing to appropriato
what not only tho houso but tho country
must recognize as indispensiblo if the nation
was to havo anything that was suggestive of
a coast and harbor defense. Tec bill was
called a fortification bill, but thero wa
nothing in it excopt tho title which could
possibly suggest that it had any mission to
provido for the coast defences. Tho country
had under the range of guns S5.000J
000,000 worth of property, and yet to meet
the emergency of providing to protect theso
great interests, tha committeo on appropri i-
tions appropriated tho magniliccnt sum of
iuW.WU. it was true that Inn nation was
at peace. So was eycry nation just before
tho breaking out of war. At tha proper
time, ho said, ho intended to inlroduco an
amendment increasing the appropriation
mado by tho bill to $3,000,000. Certainly
thit was littlo enough to authorizo tho
boird to move in tho direction of providing
defense for our coasts. Mr. Butterwortn
then criticised tho attitudo of tho majority
in tho houso towards tho administration.
What could tho country think of an ad
ministration that had como into power pro
fuso with premises, every ono of which had
been broken in tho fird year of tho admin
istration. Mr. Kegan, of Texa-, recognized tho fact
that a the country grew older and its rela
tions with tho commercial world bacame ex
tensive it was necof sary that it should bo in
a condition to take caro of tho lines and
property of its citizens and ho would do his
duty towards securing that end. I'a'sing
from this subject ho arraigned the Republi
can for enacting legislation in fat or o cor
poritioris for tho domon.t'sation of silver
and for undertaking to secure tervici; pay
ments by taking the currency out of the
country and bankrupting tho people.
Mr. Monoti, of California, said Sin
KranciJco did not havo a single gun shn
dared to fire. It was tho dutv of congress
to adopt tho report of the fortification board
and make appointments necessary to plaeo
tbo country in n proper position to defend it
from any attack coming from white; er
source It "might.
Mr. Cutcheon, of Michigan, thought that
tho title of the bill should bo "How not to
do it," or at tho very best "A bill to get
reaay to prepare to begin to fortify." The
country was absolutely stripped of a navy.
Mr. Randall maintained that the bill was
in no respect hostile to tho proper arma
ment of the United State, but its purpose
was to secure knowledgo of the require
ments of tho occasion.
Mr. Butterworth offered an amendment
increasing from $500,000 to $3,500,000 the
appropriation for tho armament of sea coast
Mr. Viele, of Now York, movd to in
crease tho appropriation to 3,000,000; re
jected 38 to 71.
Mr. Buck, of Connecticut, raised a point
of order against the clauses creating a board
under whoso direction appropriations for
tho armament ol lortincations shall bo ex
pended and who shall mako investigations.
oxperiments, etc, and who are authorized
to purchaso or manufacture guns.
Xho point of order was sustained and the
clauses ruled out
Tho committeo then roio and reported the
bill to tho house.
Mr. Randall desired to reduco the appro
priation for tho armament of fortification
from S50e,000 to $100,000.
Mr. Reed, ol Maine, suggested that there
should bo a discussion over a proposition to
vote a want of confidence in another depart
ment of the government.
Ponding a voto on the demand for tho
previous question tho houso took a recess
until S o'clock, tho evening session to be lor
the consideration of business reported from
tho committee on printing.
two dozen bills ?or the printing cf "the pub'
At its evening meeting tho house passed
Rovule, of Rooks county, moved to make
the nomination unanimous, which was car
ried with enthusiasm. M. E. Turner ap
peared and made a speech, alter which the
( defeated candidates spoke and a general love
least iouowoo. Alter tte adiournment tte
"uzens oi eweiton organized a rauacaiion
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?? J?"3f? Ll
W rffidfasJG dfer ttru I
lor ine nomination ana evervbouyis saus-
fied with the result. The coming resides ia
v ? a . 1 - . .
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2aenaaa county, anu is su prcteai secretary
Ol tee sia&c oomru oi numa commissioners.
MlNNXAr-OLls. Kan July 17. A Repab-
lican mass meeting was held here todr, ssd
sent thirtr delegates to the Clay Center cob
vention. "Tea meeting ildreised by D.
O. ChsprasB. Hon. G. X. Nichols, cf Clc-nd,
Diamond Dust Tho Jolly Jockeys.
Minneapolis, Kas-, July 17. In the
game of ball between Emporia and Minne
apolis today, the result was in favor of Min
neapolis 10 to C. Yesterday's game was
13 to C in favor of tho homo club.
IiEAYENwoRTn, July 17. Tho Leaven
worth club was defeated again todav bv the
bt. Joo club 18 to 12. This is the fourth
defeat this week. Very little interest is
manifested on account of tho poor playing
of tte homo club.
AT 6T. LOUIS.
Detroit 8 St. Louis 3
Philadelphia 8 Nationals 1
Chicago 11 1 Kansas City 8
Pittsburg 7 Baltimore C
New York 4 Boston I.. 2
St. Louis- 12 Metropolitans 2
Athletics 15 Cincinnati 10
Brooklyn 7 Louisville . 1
Denver. 10 Lincoln 7
15 I Topeka 9
Chicago, July 17. Seven starters; Jim
Gray won easily, Uopedalo second, Belle
Gilmoro third. Time l:12j.
Three-quarters mile six starters; Mamio
Hunt won. Glen Almond closo second, Pearl
Jennings bad third. Time 1:15.
Likevicw Handicap, three-quarters of
a mile Eight starters; Terra Cotta won
easily, Lreda second, IlightAway third.
Ono milo"hcats Baritino and Jim Guest
started; latter won. Tiino 1:4S.
Mile and a half Ettter and Parnell start
ed; former won. Time 2:15.
Extra race Sevcn-eichts mile Tn
starter; Bedley Bowling iir.t, Althore sec
ond. Littlo Joe third. Time 1:29.
Monmouth Park, July 17. Winners to
day: Anarchy, Nevada, Celt, Inspector B.
Kock and live, Lctrctia and Joe Shelby.
Brighton Beach, July 17. Winners to
day: Colonel Owen., Emmet, Dizzy, Bru
notte, General Monroe and Olivette.
St- Louis Investigation Closed.
St. Louie, July 17. Tho grand jury
closed its investigation of tho charges against
tho members of the houso of delegates last
night and returned indictments against six
of them. Messrs. Water?, Pishon, Brang
german, Garthenback, Kenan and one other
whoso name has not vet been ascertained.
were indicted for drunkenness in office, and
Kenon, Pishon and Brady for bribery in
connection with tho investigation ot tho
Casino theater, when a bilj revoking that
theaters license lor maeceni periormances
was before tho house. Tho jury returned
two othes indictments for attempted bribery,
ono against Dr. W. Wellington Adams and
tho other againEt Cnas. Adams, an attorney.
These gentlemen had chargoot thu electric
railroad bill and were present at almost
every session of tho house urging
its passage. Tho bill failed to pass,
however, and it is said Dr. Adams
becaino enraged at tho members who had
voted against tho measure and threatened
In the lobby of tho houso to show up somo
of the members in such an unenviable light
as to mako them uncomfortable. Then lol
Iowcd the charges against tho twehe dele
gates, that they were ineligiblo to tho office,
haing perjured themselves by swearing
falsely to tho oath whon they took their
oaths. This exposure naturally aroused
tho wrath of tho accused and they deter
mined to pay tho doctor off in his own coin
and pivo information to tho jury which led
to his indictment. This information was
that ho had offered two members a large
sum of money for their affirm
ativo votes upon the bill
Adams state, however, that ho never at
tempted to bribe theso members but that
they, on the other hand, catno to him and
volunteer to vote for tho bill for certain
money considerations. Bench warrants for
tho arrest of tho indicted men havo been
placed in the hands of tho sheriff who will
servo them as soon as possible.
Delegate Pishon and doctor Adams were
arrested this afternoon and brought into
court, when they furnished bond in tho sum
of Sl,500 each.
Ned Buntllne Dcnd
Stamford. X. Y., July 17. EJ Judson
(Xed Huntline), tho story writer, died of
heart diseaso at his homo hero yesterday
afternoon. Ho wa3 C4 joars of ace. .When
a boy President VanBuren sent him a com-mis-ion
as midshipman for meritorious con
duct in rescuing a crew of a boat down by
Fulton ferry, which had been lost on Et
river. Youn Judson v. is assigned to tbo
Levant. The other midshipmen refti'cd to
mess with him because l.o had been n com
mon s.ulor before th'J mast, and whilo on
the way to jyin th Gulf squadron ho chal
lenged thirteen of them to light. Somo
withdrew their refusal to nssoci-Uu
with him, but he fought sevon of them
one after another in Florida, Me.v Orleans
and Havnaa escaping without n scratch on
himself, but marking four of his MiNgoni'ts
for life. 2sed Bunthnu probably carried
more wounds on his body that any other
living American, seven of which wero got in
His first story, "The Captain's Pig." pub
lished in tha Knickerbocker magazine, and
under the name of Ned Buntlino in 1330
when in his fifteenth year. Thi3 sketch
brough notoriety to tho writer and fighter
who sub-equently received as high as $50,
000 a year from the products of his brain
and pen. Once under pressure he wrote a
book of C10 pages in ixty-two hours scarce
ly sleeping or eating during that time.
A Sad Accident.
Pittsburg, Pa., July 17. A "Willsvillo,
Ohi, special says: An upright boiler in
tho boiler shop of Joseph Fassott, Second
street, exploded this morning at 7:S0 with
tcrriblo force, wrecking almost tho entire
building. Through a miracle none of tho
employes wero injured. Adjoining the
boiler shop is the xcsidenco of Mrs. Maggio
Driscole. whoso two littlo girls, Clart, aged
5, and Mary, aged 3, were playing in their
doaryard opposite the boiler room. When
the explosion occurred the littlo ones were
caught and held fast by tho debris of the
building while scalding "steam poured over
them. Clara was dead when taken from
the ruins, her body having been literally
cooked. Mary was badly scalded and will
not recover. To cause is assigned for the
The Temuter's Victims.
Pittsburg, Pa. July 17. Samuel K.
Gay. chief clerk in tho pension office, has
probably gone to Canada to join the great
army of bank cashiers. Yeeterday afternoon
Pension Agent Russell discovered that Gay
had forged his same to three checks aggre
gating $S00. The forgery constitutes but a
fraction of the amount of inongy which it is
supposed that Gay got away with, and it ii
believed that the amount from tho forgsry
and embezzlement will reach $20,000. Gay
was the son of wealthy parents. Somo
vears ago he married a relative of Mayor
Fulton. Ho was an exemplary man, a strict
attendant at church, and active In the
Young Men's Christian association.
He will Attend.
Albany, July 17. The following tele
gram has beea received from "Washington
by tho secretary of the bientcncial com
mitteo from Colonel Lamont:
The president accepts the invitation from
the bi-ccntccnial committee. He will reach
Albany early Thursday morning, remaining
until after tSe reception Thursday evening.
Ha will bo accompanied bv the secrtarv of
state and the secretary of the navy. Mrs.
Cleveland will cot accompany the president.
Another Black MarK
Omaua, Keb., July 17. Cashier Beltxer,
who wrecked the Dandy County bask, at
Heotleman, has alio wrecked tie Cta.-e
County bank; at Imperial, of which he was
presidenL Chase is tho youngest county in
the state, ana the bank of which he was
president had been in operation only a
lu patrons wero homesteaders
and ranchmen who will looe about 525,000.
The asset of tha bank will cot exceed
Croat TTmtMr Losses.
FLoaxscx. "Wit. Jnlr 17. The drc-nth in
this section continues and tie ferert ires ars
wide-sprsad sad woriintr great daxsjre. A
nrominent lsaberasss says at least 100.'
000,000 feet of pins had beca destroyed
mlf-esdy is ti Meserslns-e, rpjnos, sod that
lb Uasbfi bM bv- 6.-j j; tbc jrKU for
The Absconding Cashier of the
Provident Savings Banlr,
of St. Louis,
Makes a Touching Appeal
the Directors of that
To- Let Him Try and Make a Man of
Himself Again A Full
His Crirn: and Plans for ths Future
Third Day of the Examination
of Chicago Anarchists.
The Foreign Elections That London
Scandal The Winning Horses,
Base Ball, Etc.
A Touching Appeal
St. Louis, July 17. Almon B. Thomp
son, tho defaulting cashier pf tho Provident
savings bank, wrole a full confession of his
crookedness and fpeculatie-ns before he fled
and placed it in the hands of somo trusted
friend, it is supposed, who&i ho asked to de
liver it to Mr. Thos. L. Swain, tho oldest di
rector of tho bank. Tho letter was mailed
Wednesday afternoon, July 14, at 2 p. m.,
and it has now been decided by tho direc
tors that owing to the falsrumors and mis
representation ineident lo the failure, to
make its contents public. Tho cashier says:
Somo years ago I began some speculations.
I mado some money but lost more; lost all
my own and then began to bo in debt.
Other parties carried it for me; it got
larger slowly. Then I was pressed and
used tho bank's money. Tdid it for a long
time. Eighteen months ago I mado up my
mind to sIod this speculation and did stoD.
Then finding that I would bleed no moro
the sharks bled me for the money due them.
I was in their power; thoy knew I had used
the bank's money and slotly forced mo to
pay them by using moro. Whilo in New
l'ork tho last time they feared I had run
away, and when I returned pressed mo so
that I needed more money j I hid it as best
I could, but discovery has come. During
th so eighteen months I tried hard to pay
my debts with what I could save from
my salary and with what I could mako
negotiating loans, etc. X paid off about
S.l.r.OOnf (lobts. Thi i whv whiln T iinnr
hivo used more of tho bank's monoy my to
tal debts are less, but I'could not gain time
enough and eo havo fallen a ruined man.
In tho bank tho situation is thi: There are
falso entries on lho books; $20,000 of what I
o wo tbo bank is hidden in the exchange ma
turing account. It will show instantly on
cxHrnmttion. I owe on my notc3 $2,600. I
have endorsed all valid or valuable papers.
A Crystal City certificate is fraudulent and
ono certificate of tho Provident Saving
bai.k stock for fifty shares is fraudulent. I
ovro lho Thcil ' nolo fcr $20,000; it
is fraudulent. I also collected $1,250
of the- art school subscription and used the
money; I collected $551 of tho Knights
Templar commwdary subscription and used
tho monoy. There is an over draft in tho
account of W. H. Howe, the arti'L He
does know it. He gavo me a note for it and
supposes it is a loin lrom mo.
Thompson then trives in detail his indebt
cdness to lho bank, as follows: To pay me
out used $15,000, cash ; ia exmaturing ac-
cash; alleged Thcil nolo S20,lfv0, cash ; Mrs.
Sanborn S1.000, cash; art school "drafts,
$3,000, cash; commindary, $551, cash. To
tal, $08,051, cash, and somo other small
memoranda that will spik for themselves.
My official bond is good for $30.000 ; stored
in sifo about $15,000. Total, $43,000.
He then concludes as follows: What I
am to do I do not know. I'oor, alone, dis
graced, an outcast that mus hide myt name,
mv- family, what cin I do? But nt'hcvrt I
am not a thief. I might have robbed your
safe but a kind God gave mo strength to re-si-t.
If God will give nm tho strength it
sh ill bo my life's work to try to repay; so if
my father will pay me out and you will
spare mo criminal I will go to work" at wbat
evorlmiy find and bein ngain, not in St.
Louis but alone nmong strangers by somo
other name. Spiro me, for God's take, for
my family's, take, oh my God! whit will
my v.ifo and rhildren do? Bo kind to
them. You have' suflctcd; I tried
lo be kind to nil your whenever I cuild.
Remember our old good filling mid ask all
to bo kind to the widow and orphans. 1
mut bo dead to them. On, my God, I do
lore them, nnd thi is fioro than death.
Ap.iI now alone, n disgraced man. 1 go out
into some strange place lo begin aaih, with
all I lovn behind me nnd out of reach.
Sptromo! I hivotold nil; lean do noth
ing m ire. Sell nut mv household goodi.but
oh, God, do help m wife and children 1 IU
kind and merciful to them, lt me work,
let ine have a chance to help thm. For
God's ssk do. Show this to my father, nnd
brother, and wife. God bless them and
keep them. AH is dut to me.
Tho Anarchists Trial
Chicvgo, July 17. A crowd gathereJ in
front of tho criminal court long before
Judge Garry's cpparanco th:s morning,
while the lobbies stairay and first and sec
ond floors were crowded with busy officials,
witnesses and curiosity seekers. The ap
jearanco of Waller as bo gave his testimony
was very jwculiar. Ha is a mdium sized
man, with dark hair, luxuriant but well
tnmmed whiskers, ha a drooping nos and
clear brown eyes. His face was very pale
and bore an expression of shame and tor
row as ho unfolded tho sensational tale and
secrets of Lehr and Wchrverin when court
opened today. Waller was again placed on
Tho witness went to the Haymarket meet
ing armed with a dynamite bomb. At this
point he was shown a photograph of the
anarchist claimc 2 to be Schembet, which
the witness identified, and it was placed in
evidence. The witness continued to testify
sayine that Schernbet was at the meeting. "
"Did Shernbet sav anything at tho meet
ing?" "He t"id that we should tell the other
members w hat w e had decided to do, and
said that the thiog should be commenced in
other places also."
Viht do you mean by tho thing?"
The witness testified that at a meeting
held at Bohemian hall Sunday, May 2nd,
Engle and Fischer, two defendants, and a
number of other socialists were presenL
Engle submitted a plan according to which,
u soou a1 n cicie ui a cnotiici Between ice
police and northwestern groups, bombs ;
taouiu iiiij.a raw (wiis-j-uiuodi. icca
menn-menoiLnrana v enrrenn were w
DC posted ai a uutanco ana snoot oown all ,
wno should come out of the station hout. j
Thai was to l kept up until we reacted the I
city; wo were to kill every body,
who opposed us. Some one in '
the meeting opposed the plan, I
don't know the man, but he
said it would be better to get into a crowd .
in the city, then kill people right and left. I
Another man opposed Ibis means; he said '
we could not know who was in the crowd;
might kill ocr friends by mistake. Ecgle's
plan was anally stdoplea.
This concluded the direct examination
Counsel for the defense aked to have Wal
lers testimony ttnesen out. The court
overruled thu and cros examination cf the
witness was begun. The witness was se
verely cross-examined, bat his testimony
remained unshaken. He said no o'er had
been made to him to induce him to testify.
Waller was asked: "Have too beea so
licited by tse defense within the past lo go
back on your original statement and met
them tome place outside of Ibe city or at
Lincoln park and agree oa another starvf
Defense excitedly objected and the ob
jection was ttuuised.
The witness was again cross-examined,
after which court took mew.
In the anarchist' trial abtwrbisjr, a had
beea the tocrsing waeioa tha afternoon far
iorpassed it in interest. The first sot os
the part of the stats m tke ktrodsetioa of
another mfbrrser. This vat Bernhardt
Schrader, who tbe cisjit precedes; the bomb
throwing had VeeBjrwiBt fa Hm coasyiiaey
raeetisg at -whici Waller bad prettied.
Til Mcca3 is&raear, Scferader, k k eaf
fsr ssd. kw Itoii tki rmmtrftn
VOirs. lie was born in Kussia. The witness
said it was agreed if the police attacked any
meeting then the anarchists were to destroy
On further drawinc out tho witness, evi
dence bad not been what was anticipated by
the state. He failed to confirm Waller's
statement and the state suddenly dropped
him, as his testimony was apparently very
different from what ho had previously told
Lieut. Quinn, who commanded a com
pany of police in tho Hayrasrket affair, tes
tified that the expression "here comes the
bloodhounds; you da your dutv and 1 will
do mine." came from the man on tha wa?on
who was addressing tho crowd. Every eve .
in tho court room was turned upon Anarch-1
ist Fielden, who straightened up in hU chair
and sullenly glares at tho witness. A
memorablo scene follows. The lieutenant '
continuing his description of the event that
night in the Haymarket. unconsciously
rises to bis feet to better j
illustrate his remarks. He says the captain i
was just ordering "disperse" and tho speaker '
was coming from tho wagon. Turning
toward theUco tbo man yelled "wo are
peaceable," pulled a revolver from his hip j
pocket and point blank fired at Ward and!
i(onneid ana toe otneers behind them, ice
bomb exploded almost tho samo instant.
This is the first evidence that any certain
defendant had directly attempted murder in
tho Haymarket. A hush fell on tho auii
ence, tho attorneys and prisoners. For a
moment not a person in the room stirs,
slowly a feverish moment passes and tbo ex
citement graduallv subsides. A perfect buzz
of con venation follow s and the cross-examination
Mr. Foster fires question after question,
traversing backward and forward the stcry
of th win in file tM'.irrmy given by
him however, is substantially unshaken. At
tho hour of 5 tho examination closes and
another day of lho trUl is ended.
OVER THE OCEAN.
London, July 17. In tho ches tourna
ment yesterday, Makcnzic experienced his
first defeat, being beaten by Bunr after four
and a half hours play. There was much
sympathy for Hansan, but after a prolonged
contest he succumbed to Gunsburg.Scblopp
beat Mason, Blackburn easily overcame
Biord, Mortimer was defeated "by Lipseth,
making his fifth defeat. Zukerton is again
in lino form, landenhans, his opponent,
made an excellent, but unavailing defense.
The scores are now: Makenzie, Gunsberg
and Burir, 2) each; Blackburn, Schlonp.
Tandenbans and Zukerton, 3 each; Pollock,
2; Lipsch and Wurtz, 2; Mason, 1$; Biord,
if Hansen and Mortimer, none.
London, July 17. .lames Junior recently
wrote an offer of marriage to Queen 'ie
toria. Ho comraonced his letter "My be
loved Victoria" and signed it "Your loving
husband." He sent tho epistlo to Windsor
castle and called there vesterday to get tho
queen's answer. Ho was taken into custody,
examined, found mentally wanting and sent
to a lunatic asylum..
Patrick O'Brien, Prtrnellite, who sat for
North Tipprary in tho list hou-o of com
mons, has been returned for North Mona
gban, defeating a Conservative.
In today's elections neither party made
aDygain." Tho Tories elected 137 candi
dates and tho Liberals 187.
All the ministers except LorJ Granville,
who is ill, dinoi with Mr. Gladstone tonight.
The political situation was fully discussed,
but it w as agreed to postpono final decision
on tho course to be pursued until early next
wcok, when a council will bo held.
Tho interest in tho Crawford divorce case
has not diminished, but on tho contrary has
inercased. Tho room in which tho trial is
being carried en is even more crowdod to
day than yestorday. It was developed that
Mrs. Crawford recently mile a statement to
tbo queen's proctor tho exact u dur of
which is not known, but it is cipected sho
will be called upon to sub-tantiito it and
somo now facts, perhaps of a startling char
acter, may be elicited. Many ladies wero
present to Jay. It is tbo uniiersal opinion
that Sir Charles makes a bad witness, failing
to answer questions asked until absolutely
forccTto and showing a general disposition
to debato and quibble.
Ono of Mr. .Matthew's questions which
caused a flutter, was: " Wero j ou over a
lover of Virginia's mother?" Tho reply
came: "I havo been askod previously r
somewhat similar question and I must de
cline to answer." This response created a
sensation. During his evidence Sir Charles
declared that ho had never ktsiod Virginia
Crawford or m.vie love or paid any court to
her, and had never been improperly or un
duly familiar. Tho remainder of tho evi
dence tended to show that Mn. Crawford
frequently called at Sir Chariot Dilko's
hou'e, but nothing mi elicited to prove
Paw-, July 17. A duel between GentTil
It lulanger, inmUtcr of wr, and itiron lie
Lirein arising from a remark of Do Lamm's
in tho senitti on Thursday reUtivo to the ex
pulsion of Duko Daugmalc. Th duel wm
fought at 9 o'cloi k this morninj, tbo weap
ons wero pistol". The plnco of ran ting wu
in a forest neir a n endow five miles wef I of
I'nris. When the command to firo was given
tho baron shut at Genera! Itoulanger. Tho
latter coolly awaited tho result of ihcshot
without firing himse-lf. Finding himself un
touched by his opponent's bullet. General
l!ouHngr ruirod his own pistol and fired
into the air. General Bouianger returned
to I'nri, and went straight lo his office at
tha war department. A large crowd had
assembled to hear tho result of tho duel.
They gave General Boulangcr an ovation
when he appeared
Members of the cabinet, scores of deputies
and senators visited General Itoulanger at
the war department to personally congrat
ulate him upon bis bravo action in his duel
with Baron Larein.
Th official report of the dael saji: Both
combatants firod when the signal was given
and both were untouched It was found
that Boulangcr's pistol ba 1 missed fire. The
seconds declared that honor was satisfied
and the combatants shook hands. The re
port does not confirm the statement that
Boulangcr fired in the air.
On His Way.
Chicago, July 17. James Tiernev, Au
gust Weis and Charles Stolle. SL Louisi
ana were in the city today. Tfcy c-me in
from Canada and claim that a few days ago
while on an excursion steamer they met A.
B. Thompson, the absconding cashier of the
Provident Savings bank. They did not
know he was running away, but supposed
ho was taking a pleasure trip.
Ft. WoRTn, Tex., July 17. Yesterday
was the hottest day of the season in North
Texas. Reports from various points show
thai tho thermometer registered from 100 to
110 degrees in the I hade
KjiNis; Crrr, July 17. The Times,
Fierce City, Mo., special: The Greeobackers
of this. Thirteenth, district nornisaUd John
Salueski, to congress.
Elected and Instructed
eneca. Has.. July I,. the delegates
elected fr;m Neroeha county tody to
judicial convention at Hiawatha, were
-strueted for Judge E. R- Busett.
FRANCE ANU COMMERCE.
MARKETS BV TELEGRAPH.
New York Xarket.
.Viv Ton. U1t 17
. Money Os can my, ls'stperexest, eWicg
i at IVulel; iniLj svreaaale f-j-t st k1.
I Sterile eichaag Dall at l,: for n day
( bills, aad 4-7t fcr demand
Government QoIeJ and a shale weaker.
Slate Koods Trail bsl steady.
naltrcad bosds Very dsll.bat n kef are ges
The total sale o?:orl wtlt'Sri.YfiZ.zw.
C S.-peT-c .....V-i
C. 5. -per cesu . . .. KKV
C S. -;r-eesa. .......... .....111V
u. fi. e-m-coa ef is. ..... or
lQsflOCKftoats ... 1
CMf ago Alloa let
Cnleago. BsrtagVrt: Oder. ........ ."'
Erl ., .. iiv
Lake Shore ft
tllfOZH Pctc... . 1PT
KattbwMtrra .- .... ... ...ll3ii
y Tork Ceatnl . . ...Vx
IwBlf . . . tf
sttcs uimi .-......,-... ..ax
Caiaa TwU. .. . .. . . ass
WaRCritM. ........ ..... T,s
Tr rtnp latasa tk a Btste tyaaaw
U Wrtsa way fflatt wsU 0L-
' m corn mere was nouueg io u. "i""f
, bullish news, a large number ef te'.egTams re-,
I clved from St. Louis and Kansas Cltr, and
I given as wide a circulation as ossible, all
agreeing that tte realization was worse even
than had beea reported. Talk of this kind ad
vanced the September option lc, to tOi , not
withstandlngheaTy receipts of IWcars.
The hog product, particularly psrk. suffered
from an over supply of stop orders early la tte
dayand broke aboutaTcperbarrel, butlaterre
covered over half oflt. and closed steady.
Flour Quiet and steady.
Wheat Sale ranxed July. 7t..'. clos
i i.i.i. ;.V'..h.r -nvsoL. rlo-iac at 0 bid:
ing at 77V; August. 7$a7-,1. ellag at
October elesii closlrg at s! bid No 2
l riBP "' , ,
ew.'V?p ten.ber. 19Xeov. closed at 10; oc-
tober, 4o,54?. dosing at iVi.
Oats Sales ranged: August. iiStjr.",. c1m-
IaiatV: September.rJS3, cloje-latSDV;
October. JASSoV.dosIns at 3Stj3S
Uye-Qulet; o. i. 13ic.
Barley September, 65S
Pork Mess, ales ranged: August, J
closing at J y7J.
Lap'-sate ranged. August. AC2i,gttC3;
September. tS 70&t 72.; October, J-5SJ
Cutter Market ruled dull ami loner; cream
ery. UVtOICi; dairy. i3H
Eecelpts Hour. O.CsW, whfal. Sl.Wtt; enra.
ii'.tfi: oU. ,u; rye. CJ.Ko; barley. Cl"j
Shlpm-nti-flour. U.Oifl; wheat. 50,ft"J;corn,
S5I ,uJ; oats, 7J.W0; rjf.SOQ; barley. S.OiO
.. i,a.u Grain and Produce.
St Loch. July 17.
dour Quirt and unchanged
vt heat active and higher The market evened
at out stesdy, tut soon declined 8,c, reach
ed the latter figure in the session and a Itacced,
Ih.-n closed ,, higher than yesterday.
No 2 red cash. 77',-; Aucust. T7W7s4 dos
ing at 73); feetemb;r. 7:.S?o. closing at
torn Active and vervstrorg, anl S'.'fiS'.o
hUherthan esterd;: No.: mined. cjb. U-'i
3-.J,; Auust..1.V.&3s,.4. closing 3?' bid; tei
terubrr. SlUGZiii. closing atst.
Oats Finn and higher for ever thing except
ci-h, u hli hi-)-off; No 2 rolxed,csh, rs1,
li; August, -TV; September, i'4
Itye strong at 50c
Ilarley No market
Hutter Quiet and steadr; ereaitery, 1.VJ17;
Egg Kasy at 7c
Pork Market Ann at 10 to
Lard Market eteady at ;3&'S.
Itecelpt H ur. 110: whent. SH.'Wl; corn.
Il.fs.it; ote, Sl,u; rse.S.dnO; barley, none
Shipments flour, 6,(s); wheat, 10, 0-0; corn.
U.fw; oats, noue; re, l,c.x
Ka".i City Grain and Frcduce.
Ki'jj- City. July 17.
The Dally Indicator repirta wheat receipt?
l.Ots); shipments l.WO; In store. SW.Ouo;
Marketquiet. No 2 red cm J, 61 asked: August.
hIS' bld.t; asked: beptember, KIX bid, '
asked; No 1 oft. cash, el bid, iTltskrd No.
S red, M atked.
Corn llerelpls C,(x); shipments G,1; In
etorc ln.() Lower No. 5 cash Su1'; August,
501 blil. 3tii asked; September. 31SW-; No. 2
TCh!te,cah,XS; b!d.33)a asked; No 3, 32 askrd;
No t, Ji bid; high mixed, 3!f bM
Oat -o 2. cash, 2-j lid; July, ' bid; Au
gust, .'. asked
Hye Vo, 2 cash 4 1 bid.
EgE 0eruply and weak at 7c
Hatter 1'airdemin I Tor fri-: fncy cream
err, r:good, 10012, flnee'idry, 10; store jack
Ilav Higher; fancy small baled. $fi 09t0;
U ge S)-,.Vif
1 ihi U-3r
n- too. Jul) 17.
;tl 1im, xU, thli Ji.i all IV); irarkel
gemrally ctra ly. shlprlDg steers, 93U to ISfti
lb., if 75?Mu; stockem anl feler. -'2'i4
IB;mm, bulls and mixed, si :i371; bulk,
2 S03J7J; Ihrough la cattle, tleooyi cons,
lost: co; steer, IU-l 75
Hogs Keeelpls. 13,0"). shipment. 3 .VO.
markit slow, closing l'- lower; Tough and
mixed l tial !Ui parting and th!ilig.
M "3 h; light, ft im "; 3s.i. ri
'beep Heeelpts, !; shipments, none;
market teailv; Lallves. S2 fufti .V; Texans.
JIT'.jilO); weetern, 3 tij333; lumb, ;r
cwt, 51 SVrf2 23
St. LouU Live StotK
St. Lotri". July 17.
Cstlli Itrodple, .r.i, ahlpmenu. SXU market
ixiiuloailr Heaiiy. ro-n
to rticlre .lilt ping.
(I ",'al: common lo filr. 11 VKH
I M; butch-
er' Biers, fiscal i5. mw. ami heifers, i l
S3 M; through Texnns, i2 M2J CO
Hogs reclpt 1 7i); shipments. I.W; mr-
a-Mlv; bitcE-r' an-i ie.i ii'avy. s -jr&
mixed, it Vil r.'i. light, l Ul U.
"beep- llt-relpt 10. sblpintnts l; rcar-k-tsiendy
!. Utv Live Stoca
a--i Cur. July 17.
attl lletelpu, 1.3."-; thlpir.er.ts, none;
market weak aid very dull: good to choice,
tl 1041 Mi; romm'in to inllum. f 3 niitl
torkr, tiSOSMUO; f-eilrrs. i 2183 fi3;eow,
i2 0a3 v
Hogs UrcelpU, 7,tyj; hl m.nts, 3.U1S.
good to cbiIc f.rm, rominon weaki gwd to
cole-. I K'AIT'J; romruou to niedicin, el V
ifcep ItecelpU 2. shipments, none;
unlet; goo.1 to choice, 1 Pt3 10. riinin to
me Hum. 1 .VH32 23
IOIl iAI.E f.rext bsrgalii: I retly new rnt
taye. ni'idern lriiprorriiient. goHl rrlgh
lxr owl; lnt&iI7l fft; rrice. l K: will tll
for.eah, lalanee nn lime; mii.l b wM at
in. e Inquire or McNaughtm A Mil.. 113
Wm D.iuila-. avenue M-Ct
IJARCAINS 111 KEAL KSTATK.
i ate agrleultoral ud tt'ck fmi lhre anl
.,re-hetr rrdl froiri city, ,lxut IM -re broke,
oe-H"rter -eetlon fl for plire, plenty
if water and a.mall bos.e
l-Aj2-n lot. In city finely 'oe-atel nd In
-"l nelehborhortd r-Ul lerni. tn thow
Klehlng to make hemes
Alsofuborbanrroperty. lor furinerrrtk
rlars e (trie r Tea-c. ag'tt forV"in eireir
Druggists and Grocers.
riKST II LOCKWKST Of TKEMOVT MUlM
Or zes-t:cc CorVTT.
A Coiplele Stoct of Pine Loiter
t3T Otttvt 1 Tar-is o Msrkel Strt ttweo
ixrgln Aettestd fri.atrf.t W.
C. A. I.ATS.
r. vr. RTOVaa
GATES Sc STOVER,
And !? la
Choice Inproved and
Ami City Praptrty f all kiitfi,
! POE SALS OE E.SIST'T.
OSc oa north aide f Ioscls ave. 11 dear
ea-t orMirtt t. r rcllor's rrxry, M
&vT lo tt left, sy rtalrs,
W. H. Sternberg,
Contractor and Builder.
MM art Stop 34 atate .
flnt rlasa wvrk at Lovwt IMw. Kaaaaataa
a aivert wetim WK3UTX.KA.
B. XT. BI2.0"Wr3Srs
Our SirmiTier Stock
. Must be 1 tediiced
This week wo will sl! our 69c Sillc Gloves for 49c.
Our 49c Silk Gloves for 29c
On Lacs Curtains wa will mako a special drive.
Our 81 .29 Lace Curtains sro this woeV for 89c.
Our $1.98 Lice Curtains go Ihiaweok for $1.18.
Our $2.09 Lace Curtains go this weec for $ 1.39.
Balance of the line will iro this we6k at eimilarly re-
We have a surplus stock of Ludiea' Muslin Underwear,
which must be sold, regardless of value.
Chemise. Gowns and Drawers must go this vrek prices
Last : Chance
We have eecured the lost case of short lengths
Lonsdalu Muslin w vi!l be ablo to get this
tx-3ITt;r,s:da.-y-, j-tj-j-v- 15,
We will sell the
IT K, I ID j. TT
Our 25c all Linen Lawns, our 21c Savory Checks, our
14c Pacific Organdies, our 12 I -2c Paciflo Lawns,
our 15c Sateens -wo placo them all together, allow
you to select your choice, without limit or reaervo,
at tho ridiculously low prico of 7 l-2o a yard.
Remember thiB great silo of Wash FabricB betrins
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 16.
All lines throughout ourhoueo have had a general cut
tin ir down in prices to clear for Fall purchases.
WALLENSTEIN & (JOHN,
Tireless and Restless Workers for Trad
Cor. OOUGLAS AVE
600 pieces of Hamburg
Edgings and Flouncings will
be placed on sale this morn
ing at less than one quarter
of their Actual Value.
: this : Season.
entire lot at 0 3-4c.
or tj l nr 16
and MARKET ST.
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