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She tsaicftita attij tgaote: atorflag horning, lubj 24, t886;
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ST. SI. SlOIinOCKJtUKO., Proprietors.
Advertisements In tills column will be charged for
at the rate of Five Cents per line per week. No nd-
vcrtlscmcnts taken for less than 25 cents, and will
not be Inserted until paid for.
ANTED 100 men for track laying and surface
IT HiK on tne l., jl
& A. railway at Conway
Fitzgerald & Slallory Construction
WANTED Position as salesman In a clothing, iliy
Koods or Kroceo Mnv. Can f urn! ,h j,o- 1 relet
enccs; ten Maiox))cr!ence as a tale-man. Kuiiulre
.! r ANTKD A job printer and stereotype!- com
bineil. Addrosthisoltice. dot If
"TTTANTED Situation by a ltr-t-cla.-s cook, any
Y branch. Address John Hall , Eagle oflico.
"TTTANTED A man and his wife.
tlio woman to
V keep house: the man will Ihj furnished work.
C. E. ltoKcri., cor 2d and Water st.s. (IW
"TTTANTED Girl to do general hotisevvork In small
familvjKood wages, 311 South Water Ft cor of
William st. d.YJ.t
TTT-AVrED A cood horvant girl.
Call at the wmth-
V ertfct comer of fourth and Central av en,
WANTED -A clrl coutlieT-t of Topekn and Oak or
Citizen bank: good wages, steady einploj ment.
"TTTANTED Carpet sewing :uid Inylnf?, old carpet;:
teoiired and tue original colore restored, all
kinds of upholstering and mattress renovating; good
citv references. Leave oidcn; at Kendall &2torris(iujs
v holesalo furniture home. 135 Douglas ave. dM (it
"TTTANTED By nn euersetic young Juan; nsitua
tion lu dry Roods or grocery More, or as a.-pis-taut
lK)kkec)er; offlee woik preferred; wages
agreed upon after fair trial. Best or references. Ad
diess G. S. IJ.. Eagle offlee, Wichita. Kansas. d.".Ct
WANTED A lady cook at SH N. Water t. Ai
-- - - " ;
TTTAXTF.n-To exehrmre four or live thousand
dollars worth or tit reul estate for adun
stock of merchandise In some growing town. Ad
dress "S" leek box WT, Wh-liIM, Kan. dKl-tlt
TTTANTHD H" -vounir l:ul: boaid
and itKim In
V nice, quiet, private family. Addi-ess box 10b.
"TTTANTED IIoiiM-keeiH r: Bglit
vork, two In fam
llv. Call at fll N'-rtJi iiarket st betv, .ii !
and 10 a. in.
ANTED A girl, Til North lojieka av.
"TTTANTED I'osltiou at light housework inasniall
Aimly ulIU South Jlarkct strct.
"TTTANTEI)-f1 men to seed to the Territory: flee
t transportation furuishid. Call at 50J Douglas
.7. 1!. Kl.NWOUTllV.
WANTED Men and gii l for every branch of busl
ness; thro.igh nn .igeney i the shortest and
calwt wav to employment; SI will pay my orilce fee.
J. it. Kenu'orthv, !K Douglas a e. fft
-Boom and board for yntleiuun, wife
T V at!
Mill child, with family who nave U,v on.o
other boardeis. Address lock lx Pi! city. TU (A
"TT7 ANTED-AH parties desiilng a first clas? Job or
V house painting tocillon lUnsdm.I'.iyne.tCo.,
at No. IIS N.I-uwrcm-a ave. 52 R
"TTTANTED-To buy a good j-pyln.
bUfcliK'Ss, or an
Interest in one, by a joung man
eAMTieii'-e in the east. Aiiun
I, hagli oflire. iJ-t.t
X n. r.Mi
40k1 G- or 8 room house well locaicl.
ei hinder. '(
"! T ANTED Bormwi'i-s formouev: vve lilacemi
VV .ittlie lowest Vitesoii.ill kii.ds. i.i chattel
n second moi tgag -s on farms
Uinta It.iiikii.gi o,
HGV,"st Douglas. ive.
nid larmeis lunkuig t '.,.
"T Tr ANTED KoanhTS
:it the northeast corner of
Vt Tlilnlaml L'luience av
ZJ ANTED-To sell r. tme otui
V good block and cheap.
; Poland Chiiiuboar
loipilrc or M. V.,
fens! in the we
wllltlud it to their inl
thechfiliest money ever of
.1; mi m it of business blck
crest to call on Elliott &3lc
WTP.l) -All.iinrtiiv. '
lantfuggood locations on
address S. 11. llcibemi.
r S iveniiiiei.i land.
Gxnleii CitJ, Kiill.
Tlr ANT J.l)
Imsjiiess blocks and
uuitiiiiv nrotierlv. within the net thuty
d.ivn. Ksias lioan aud Iiive'tmeutcoinjiniii
It r ANTED I!ookfcecicrs and business lnon to
kimiv tii 't I ne V.VlYmal A. .intaiils' lhire.m
tilfers unsurpassed nu.HK.cs for the procurement if
llit-cl.iss men ,uI vmuiicu lor isltions as l.oo!
k(eiH"St.it)daivount:ii,ts. llu-lness men who waft
c niclcut help,.i'id . X rt bool.kc-epei-s who can jfr e
llrst-clas- rcli rences, and w.uu sltuaiions. would do
v.cilbN addrcssliifttls. i.llicefor thest.-Ho of Kansas
at the southwestern ISuslne.ss ColIeRe, Wichita, fcau
"TlTANTl'.D-T.i loan at lowest nt
H and farm iii)Xit.
S. W. Cooi-er. LIT 31ahlbt.
"TTTANTED Thirty to forty
r old. Shorthorn
be diHIveitsI at
bull-, well graded up,
r-Mi.-Ji tiiiwtv t.iI!.-m south ot Aikan-as Citv. next
June. Addiess ".Slierlhoni," ollice Dally Eai;Ie. w ith
price and description. !IHw43if
"TTTANTED Immediately, S") worth of second
V hand Koods of all kinds, at 2 hi Wist Doufd.us
ave. Highest cash pi Ice paid ror second hand goods.
G.KKlsof all kinds bought aihUold. Call and hv us.
W. II. Skeed .t Co. dOJ tf
1T0R RENT One furnished room suitable for two
" Kcntlenicii; also wanted a lew llrst cl.usslioarders.
lii(iilreat 4:(S N T.nwkaave. ''rs"C
TrOR KENT House of live looms to rent, near to
" linsliie.ss! east trout and In Ili-st-chi- onler.
I? business: east
Cill at (HIS South Topeka ave.
ITOR REST A C-room house lu the imrthiwMcri
1 jiartorthocity. Apply to E. C.RllKtles. over '. .
N 3l.iln st. ' ''t
"ITTOR RENT One nicely furnishisl rrort r. . u. i -si
I" to business, best locahtj. also bivin'. A !.. u
iJN. EmiHiriaave. - "
1710R RENT A new ly luralslieii d
able ror one or two Kcntlem
South 3Iarket street.
it loom, siliie
, Apply at 719
17OR RENT-rurnlsiied looms by the da or week
, liiiiilrent No. lil.ri East Douk'Ii'.s ave. room No. 1
upstair, or at US West Douglas ave. room No. 1,
OTer Petrle clotiiiiirfxtore. 3ii. J. 31. Slager. Si l'
17OR KENT Mi Icily Urst-class furnUlusI riMinis,
1 larKCst and most convenient in Wichita, In Union
block, over Paluce barber shop, i.ext to Comtnerclnl
hotel, DoiiKlas avenue. Apply to 31r. Gandoiro. loom
No. 5, upstairs. diS tf
IOR SALE, -I have an A No. 1 .Jersey cow for sale
" at a bai-Kiiln; also, one good Native cow; Inith
Kood milker. Call at KS South 31ain Mreet. clbfl-bt
"17OR SALE Choice nsldemv lots on Lawrence
J.'1 avenue, N-tweeii.Thlrd and Central, east fronts,
well Improved; sidewalks, fences, and fruit; no build
Iiirii: these are the choicest lots in the citv; will sell
Ml, 75 or 1UU fc-ct. For terms and prices, call on A.
ITOR SALlIO fvt of nice nobby fenchiK at a bar-
Kain. Couiorof Waco jaid SeconiL E. W. Israel.
T'ORSALIV-luOOfcctof new tin HHiutlni? vtijj iw
Mild clfcap. Apply to l.uroiican noiei i. u.
ITOR SALE Cheap,
? Lawrence avenue.
5,00 line cigars.
Call at 115 N
IOR SALE Trade or rent: one Slosler ItniiRliman
5 tire proof safe, cheap. J. 1-Ccnipcr. I53-Ct
T7OR SALE or trad
" irinil town In the
For town proporn in any
southern part of Kansas. In)
acrenor Rood land in ineea-su-ni pari ei i ran e-ouni.
Inipiireat llMuip Rrotiier, J10 K UoiiKin-s ave.. Wlcli
Ita. Ka iu ? t f
T710R SALE JW lot.s In Hlbanrer'K addition. These
X lots front
Wnshlnctmi iweniie and vvrs.1 on
iloslev avenue, an' covered w Ith tine fruit and shade .
.. - .. .,, t 1, . . .... ...j 1..1I.., Ill, ll.ll. It I
insv, anil w in oe miu uiieit.- ivim".
Call on ltimuell
Tmisiir R trM on N. Waco avenue
Jj Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets; will be sold at
a bai-Raln. liKpilre at 151 N .viain .
17ORSAIJ0 House of fi rooms and closets, outside
1 cellar of brick. Rood bam. fences, fruit, and pood
sldew alks, vvatei w orks In j aril; all In tirst-class order,
located on Lawrence avenue between Third and Cen
mil; east fronts: w ill sell tt'is or 75 fin-t w ltli house:
one of thelet.t Watious in the city, ror terms ami
priccM Call ou A. Smith. ..-to-lni
ITOR SALE At New Kiowa, Kr.n.. one-hair Interest
1 in a pav inc hanlward store; choice location; Mock
will Invoiiv aliout $.',5(W; reasons for sellliiK, ill health.
Call or address A. tircKory, New Kiowa. Kan. 4s lot
TTORSALE-SlvMockor piveerlis and iu.sm.swaro ,
1 ;it Aiilluinv. ftnii-will sell for Cash OllI.V. stock
w ill invoice for $1,XW. I w ill rent to the part lo. buy
inp. the bulhilnjc. which is 1JU foot with goevl cellar.
1. 11. Forbes, Anthony, Kan. 4i-tf
allmvli InlK In rtnntcn Citv: sneclal
Hu'piins; also deeded land .-ulJolntiiK the city. Call
r.adilresK. J. Pjle. real estate apc-nt, l.anlen
-T7Ott SALK 1.0th ill lHxlsc
addition we.t of the
X: FairKnmiul. lisirmtU" north or tli University
nm,.u 1!iom. loth are tho liiKhCht nml bot In the
city. Time vv ill be Riven to thcxe wiMilni: to lmiUl. if
tleirwl. tor runner jianieuinrs inuiro at me kiw
ccrv htore tlDol-e & Hughoh, 122 W OoiiKla.- avenue.
17OH SALE In HurlolKtYs ftr-t nml second nil.litloni
1 a few line residence lot located on Fourth and
Fifth av chuck, between Oak and Klevcnth tnvt.
For iartlcul!in inquire of Dr. H. O. Burleigh, lie cor
FourUi av cnue and Oak street. dil-t f
1? monthly wiles averagw l.rt cash.
Arlington house. 510 Douglas avenue.
-m-nu siIF Roirlkti-m) ilniff Ktore
"TTtOU SALE Stock of dnijrs and fixtures.
-nii nhont tci.STO: centrally located and dotne a
Rood buslncsa; reason for telling, wish to retire from
business. Address p o box 467. V ichlta. dltf
FOR SALE The furniture, fixtures and lease of a
flnelr furnished hotel of 40 rooms In southwest
Missouri, doing a Rood business and In one of the best
hotel points to bo found. Satisfactory reasons siren
for sefilnKAAddress G. W.. Eagle office. 151tf
WTViRSAT.R or trade Oood flouring mill at Albion
X Harper county, Kan., on the S. K. railroad. 1H
milxa wMt of Anronla on the 8t. Louis, Ft Soott
Win seU on iornr tl
time r trade for
Address H W Lewis, WlohlU
T7"OIt SAL.E or trade Stock of confectionery and
A. cigars; also rewtnurant doing good business. Ad
dresl box lltti. 52-fit
FOKSALE30,lO acres of farmlands In the west
ern part of the state for $1.25 ier acre, one-third
cash, balance on time to suit purchaser at 6 per cent.
Htlles & Smith. 316 Douglas ave. d57-t".t
I7"ORSALE 100 acres of land for fits cash and 132
? on ti years time at 6 per cent. See map and loca
tion at 31G Douglas ave. stiles & Smith. d"i7-t
"17V3U SALE Lots 81, S3. K, and 87 Oak street, TiUIng-
bast's addition, large 4 roomed house, cellar, well,
large stable and loth fenced. For particulars inouire
of H. L. Strohm, Anthony, Kas.
IrORSALL. Good residence and business property
! In town of Clearwater; alio a irood farm near
county seat of Comanche county; vill trade for Wich
ita city property. Inoulro 1X1 N iLirket street. Jir,tf
17OIt PALE Oklahoma book, history and guide,
.' with Invaluable scctioiml map, by Col. E. C. Cole.
This country ii alxjut to in.' opened up to vcttleib.
Colonies nro lielng organize! all over the United
SUitert. l'jirtles Interested snould procure a copy of
this Iook at 31. P. liarnes & Son's. Wichita News Co.,
Occidental News Stand, Manhattan Hotel or the Ok
lahoma Publishing Co.. S Douglas avenue, Wichita.
Price by mall flOc and $1. ll-itf
I iOIt SALE 15 high grade Hereford bulls, one and
two years old. Inquire at Lock Creek ranche, 7
miles we-,t of Audaie, or at J'.ed Iront Shoe store.
Allen jt I-wLs, Wichita, Knn. d75tf
I7"01t SAIJ" Kino farm near lit. Hoic. improved, 80
acres good plow ij.inl, 40 acren good liay land, to
acres good pastuic. Will gi e long time on p,u-t ami
will take in trade horses or cattle. Inquire at probate
Judge's oltice. dll3tf
JTVJU SALE-177 acres of 1 d en the west bank of the
. bigArkansu.- rl.i-r.fi mil i .rtiiwet T WlchitaV)
acres iiloum and a small oieai nl, no buildings; bal
auco fenceii with wire, wn'.ercd ov the river; all good
bottom land; price $S3 ier jre if sold soon; part cash,
Ktlance txisnitatS percent, inquire by letter. J. 31.
Brlnlev, Wichita, Kan. d."3-wl0tf
J70R SALE- A tine breeding jack, for the
1 $10. Inquire or write to I'luk I'outs.
TT'OU SALE One U horse power steel boll
build, new: mice. sanu.
spot c.tsh; one
. an .muigs; locomocii
S-vn inch Iioriitunuil engine, 2 horee
pow er, new, 3,
r. liursiem.iiutcjiinson, Kan. :;s-lm
- 1 "TOOK SALK-Great bargain; p:
fX .modern Improvement-, goiM
; .rijxl74 feet: price Sl.:j; viu -ell f(
retty new cottage;
i neighborhood, lot
for .o0u ca- h. bul.-nwe
on time; must be -old at once. Inquire of SlcNaiuu-
ten X. ililes, 113 A est Douglas av enue. a 01
f OST OR STOLEN A light bay hone, 13 hands
ihlglt, small ttar In forehead, about 7 v cars old
one white root behind and some white on one Tore,
foot, a (iluln "T" brum n left shoulder, and a large
brand on same side behind, .small callous on knee-.,
high carriage, high withers, will pace under saddle
a little; weight mVut S"JO p, mi.t lie m.-v have a short
piece of ne. rope about tiU i.eek, a rV.MiiabIe re
ward will be paid for hisrt.nrn to the Ee. Ear and
ite, si and 211 North 31-iiii street.
Dr. K. Y .Munsell, 57t.t
J OST An untniiimed hi. ck straw bor.net, le.iveat
J Siewaatsdriigniorndetiew.ird. doo-tl
rOVT 3Ii'inorandum book with the name William
J ltho.ids printed on outside cowr. Kinder will
suitably rewarded by kavipgnt thlsotflee. d5.i-t.l
VOIl rRADE-SWO w.rtq of dni"-. do goods
.A boots and sho -, lu.jdv.u and coining, to
tiade lor real est.ite. l'or p'.HcuIarM ad1 on or ad
dre-ss U ood, htlnson & Co., rooms i and 3, 1 14 ilaiu st,
"tT'OR TRADE L-very st.tble a. d the entire outfit;
I1 good businew. gocxt lx-ation; evviyiiiliig 1
longing ti a first class li ery nrahle; nitii'iivd in the
city or CiiveMiid, Ohio; Wi'i ti.jje foi land hi west
ern Kaiis.u. lor lltinila,o auilrerM hk:liO 1.J3.
ichlta, Kan. 141 tt
57011 I'XCTf AVGE-We have a half scel'.on or Selg
J. wiek county land, jmkI i-npioveil, w-dih we
will exchange lor V (ohlta pmpTtv uionveo liberal
terms. Ilnnncli & 3Ioi chouse. Hf
S'lORAGE- K(.r liou-c-io!d gixxls and merchautllsc
at 2.K! 3!aln st. Clnapracs, by Cox A Stanley.
SIORAOE For liouseh'ild j.roods or n.erehandii-e,
boved ir Ioo ; ir von hh.-e am Roods to store
i. Ich.iasm.HKe Co., r.o. li'S Wei-t
Uores, cows w-ajrotis, bi'cit-., a Nori'iau stallion,
"ilj licit! of JtltrlnohlHup, hbjeik. of general meichan
disc, ti-,(MJ. stock iirclothipi?. one U Imiv jhiwci
Kine and tliieshlmc m
two v.uujb intent
riKhtx"iMtcilii several ?
em KaLsjis ,i, nl t
culture cuhii- m ti.e i. i
and town ,.)o; '. 'i. '
statis, alsj western kci
vac.isit 1o'j In western t
lots in 1 -Jilta or iinj r .
ler, Cowlev, fjn'.iiu r.'. i
I .1 witiyc to.Vii in vvist-
ii;'ti i s aii l timber
i fit., land district, farms
(astern .i.id -southern
.. nil and a threat many
"s tow ns all to trade for
tarms lu SedRV.-lck, Uut-
. .o.!iitis. Will tiade
tor morttfi.'d j.i iurt,
inii loved tarnis
Joientfor lssj. o make ivbfvcfnlly of trad In?
jou hive jji.v thill" to trade o' m'II bilnj; the ileserlp
tioii t our ollice; we can jtet.Miu ! trade. Town lots
lor sale on credit. Olihe.ilH l-tsc Douglas avenue, up
stairs, fiont loom. J15JI31AN & .sAlilN.
r I'bein outfit, and
- cn'lrgi Special
J'uriis on tlio Taco iimt ck.
Ill scalds an-l supcrlieial burns on tho
faco unti neck of voting ehiklren, tlio app.i
cattoii of itioKisaoj, dtrec iy over the sur
face, as a continuous drossin,; to tho scald or
burn, until complete cicatrisation is oirected,
is an mlniirallo remedy, nlway handy.
Tho Lest modo Oi applying it in scalds and
barns on tha raca and neck is to take blot
ting paper, or soft whito-brown j-npsr, torn
into jiieco-f, each aLout. hat un inch by an
inch and a hal., and these v ." i.-ivo tho
edes morn Jin "j-and ab-3crlr.it ;h'ii tho
paper b-' '" "ita scisiCrs 1.. j.i d" ".lia
p. j .of i a r into tlia mo tas, unil jo
i .v '-.i.iu i . " u li.t. . i m i ' on . as to
o ..i in e?c y poado-e- d.icis to., that by
I'Uitual ova- hippui; and cut!::) ;l -mont thoy
11143' unite and form a closely luting mask
Oi' shield to tlio paru If thj scaM or burn
bo on tho faco, inolassos has this nsivantago
in childrou t'.tat, if a little o' it run down
into tho t'tyio.- of tho iie'itb, it is not dis
tasteful, but rather agro a li.o to thj littlo
oatiout; and if ic is a; pli .1 immediately
after the injury, fhc air aud its constituents
will not have access to too wound bo as to
8ot up septic action in tho secretion of the
part If tho inolasse'3 bo in oxcoss of the
dressing round tho tdes, it may bo re
moved t3 wipinjr wit a a dry cloth and the
edges may then t-o .uto i v.ilh r'.orer, pow
dered oxide of zinc, biitnuth, or other dry
ing mtiteria.!. I'rot. J.una in luigb.h Jour
naL Irrtl f)rlnk I: Uv npops.iL.
And now a fow words as to th bovdragos
to be taken. Aine icuis al-o a dyspeptic
people, thoy d;ink uwcli nvd water at
meals; ergo, ic;d drnias atr meal tunes are
bad. Thoy may bo, when carried to excess;
this is not donled. Bat iced drinks sro not
the causo of the idjrca I dv-na.ia in
tho United States. Then.' are other potent
factors in acllon. leed arm vs aro very
gratelul to tho thirt-ty, Imt too much hidulg
ouco therein produce a tirt'.tring thrist, as
tho porson who u lulgw in eating snow in
the arctic rcgio'ts .iboofo ,uic' 'y. Ju tas
snowballing au.'-s iho. hands Urt to fool
cold aud then to glow with heu.t if i cnli.tti'4
jk tho constant application of ai lis-ei .'.uid
to tho fauceb, at first grntefui, Lvho;vji3 a
bourco of inteuise -'lscomfort, lor tV lKsl
vej5vls are fiist "t-atra- le-i kii1 u.f'.uil -!i
paralyzed, aud the-n the faults . v v.,u
warm blt-od. like tuo skiii of tje " i n-! .'
hands. Iced i'uid; at'O lio i.
dysjieptits, to say tha leat c- ii .. .
arily at dinner tho ico puJiinx i -f I
by a glass of li juor "to -i t i
certain temporatuio is rojui i "
tion, and too much eoli is -
Fothergill's "indigestion and i.i;oirr
"Onth's" Ability " mi Fu-ei Uv-, r.
"I have never allowed ni3"esl t fc. IvZo
Mr. Townsend's bands."' sil ' o fcs
mar, 'mi-ouh 1 hnjsrs' ."
his ability and for his war, i
and has a way of w ritmji; thit
things mighty uncomfortable :
will write an mtro .icttiu, c 1.
which wilt give the p i1? - .
want to appear in a cvruiiu 'i
will quote you a. sayin ;
., thi view ami tho!' r
sustain una .aw ana toa. r
that you ought to appear in ;
light Well, that isn't just
said tho secretary, leujrwi.
Cr . :!v Oi - f
The O i:o. Jt We. -!
long on V" m , s ' ' -in
three acres to that tv ' .-ifen.-year,
which yielded -V-M J.ujb. 4s to
each, worth $.0,000, or about ?
acre. New York Sun.
A Shark Sixty Iet l-onjr-A
shark has bet captured on t "Vc-r
England coast measuring thn t v-fuor ; .
ia length. It is reported that in ih Stath
erm teaa they are still found sixty f--i.. 'u
lenjtn. Boston Budget
Burlington, Vt., July 23. The Pro
hibitionist state con-ention toda' put in
nomination a full ticket, with Prof. H. M.
Seeley at the head for governor.
Simon Says Wig Wat?.
Kansas Citv, July 23. On recommen
dation of Mayor Kumfli, the city council
tonight instructed a committee to draft tin
ordinance requiring that all telegraph and
telephone wires in the city he placed under
Four of a Kind.
Chester Prison, 111., July 23. A. J.
Staner was relettsed from this prison today,
after doing two years for counterfeiting,
and he returned to his home at Fairfield.
He hag three brothers here still, Joshua,
John E. and AV. li., who are serving sen
tences of three, live and two years, respec
tively, for similar offenses. They were re
ceived here from the United States couit at
That Uig Meteor.
Pana. 111., July 23. An hypothesis is
advanced here Unit the huge meteor which
fell near Milwaukee some days ago threw
off the fragment which fell iii the street in
this city. The man who saw it fall and
dug it from the earth claims that it came
from the northwest It i plainly a frag
ment of ti large meteor whoae diameter
would probably' be two feet or more, and is
of an obloug .shape.
A Ghostly Scrap.
Muskogee, I. T., July 23. INews of a
probably fatal shooting at Lee's creek,
twenty-one miles northeast of Childer's
station, hits reached here. A child, the
cousin of Sam Hum, lay dead at the house
of Jack Hawk. Hawk got drunk and
commenced raising a racket. Hum wanted
him to show a little respect for the corpse
and keep quiet, when Hawk became en
raged and shot the former through both
legs, breaking the bones. Blood poisoning
has set in ana the wounded man will die.
Ecreka, Kan., July 23. The Demo
cratic county convention to elect delegates
to thetate convention at Leavenworth and
congressional convention at Emporia was
largely attended and harmonious. The
follow nig delegate's were elected: State
Daniel Fecht, J. D. Allen, S..M. Dixon, J.
M. Seiirle, T. M. Morgan. Congressional
C. iClJeek, C. A. Yearout, L. h. Pounds
A. M. Hurt, M. A. Kiser. I"o instruc
tions. Corn is suffering considerably for want
of rain, but there aie good prospects for a
shower this evening.
A Lejral Tartu ci'dhtp.
Greenville, Tev., July 123. Tn tlio
district courl toda', Juilm; Putlman dc
fided tiie t-i'-c of the First Kational bank
Vb. Jjii.ard ifc Ponninglon, giving judgment
for the plaintiff. I'enninglon v. as lormcrly
a catllc buyer for Huard, tliu laiter for
nibhing all the c:ish for expenses, antl losses
to be paid out of the proceeds of the sale
of tho cattle, and Pennington for liis MTV
ices was to get one-half of the net profits.
Pennington borrowed large sums from the
bank to buy cattle with and left the coun
try some tiine ago. The decision holds that
jis to third parties, Ijirard, who is a wealth v
Kansas stockman, was a paitner.
Out on a Writ.
Tt. Smith, Ark., July 2". Xancy
Wnnii, JJob Callahan, Pen Callahan and
Jeff Cagle, who have been here in tiu;
United Suites jail since tlie tii-st of June,
charged with murdering Frank Long near
Durant, Chickasaw nation, and who had a
partial examination on June 7, when they
were committed to await further evidence,
were toda' reletLsed on a writ of habeas
corpus, ou the ground that they had been
held longer that the law allowed to await
witnesses. Although the killing was done
in Mrs. AVann's yard in broad daylight,
he swore she did not recognize the parties
that did it. "
IS'ever Had Any Ma.
Marshkieli), 3Io., July 21. This quiet
little city was this morning thrown into a
flutter of excitement by the announcement
that a beautiful blue-eved, chubby, baby
! girl, evidently about three months old, had
been found m a basket on the front door of
W. II. Bryan. The child had been stupe-
lied by drugs, mid when found was almost
insensible, and apparently so affected by
exposure and want of nourishment that it
is not expected to live. The child -was evi
dently brought heie by a woman who ar
rived on the 10:;0 train from the west hist
night, and left this morning at ."5 o'clock ou
the train fiom the east. She gave her name
as Smith, and she was from Fort Scott.
The Railway Must Stand tlio Losa.
Chicago, July 23. The appellate court
has rendered a decision in the case of the
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad
company against Charles S. Bartlett, alii rul
ing the decision of the lower court. Eart
lett was paymaster fqr the railroad com
pany, and o"n March 1, 1884, a iiackaue of
money containing $2G,SoO was stolen from
tne saie in ms outce m me company s uunu
ing at the corner of Adams and Franklin
streets. Xo clue to the roblcr was ever
discovered, hut tiie company dismissed
Bartlett from its service for alleged negli
gence, claiming that he had left "his ollice
to go to lunch and had not closed the safe
with the combination, although he insisted
that he had left the safe locked. The com
pany broutrht suit against him and his
1 bondsmen. The iurv in the superior court
acquitted him and the company took an
appeal, whieh was decided as above.
Dkikoit, July 23. Winners today:
Membrino, Sparkle. Oliver K, Little Mack
Ciucaso, July 23. Three-fourth mile
Kisflit starters; Xeilie B won, Xellie C
' eii .i.i. Jacobin third; time. 1 16 34.
i One mile Eight starters; Fanchette won
( easily. Tommy Cruse second, Prairie
i Queen thin!;' time, 1:44 1-2,
I One mile Eight starters; King Hobin
S w mi easily, ColCIark second. Lemon jioor
'h'Pl; time 1:12 1-4.
, One and one-sixteenth mile Eleven
, si-ttrs; Lislaudwon handily. Warrington
c-vA, Tax Gatherer third; "tiiue 1:."0.W
' li!t antl a quarter Eight starters; Etlle
' ! won Lepanto sct-ond. Gov. Bates third:
" - . 2 10.
' I'.ihohton Re-vch, July 23. Winners
' t' '" i : Pen Thompson, 'imrtxi, Allopa,
s.j.j B, Kcnsinsiton and Barnum.
Cuicuio, July H'.j. The Chicscos batted
i!f ,3iaor hard, :md SeMed so well that the
"'oi failed to cnis the home plate.
' rr v.as no brilliant plttv". Ghicago 11,
-n-vst City 0.
; - -ston. Boston 3, Washington 2.
vew York. Philadelphia -f, New York
:. Louis 4. .Metropolitans 4; Louisville
mhnoiv. Baltimore 10. Cincinnati 8.
i.tielphia. Pittsburg IT, Athletics 6.
. .cltt. Neb. Lincoln won the "Western )
ctune with Leavenworth todavbva
t'3 to S. The game was the first here
-"tsorj. Harrington antl Hover. Lin-
.n tisitcrv. lloganaud Welsh for Leaven-
V -h '"
. uj.ek.1. The game between St. Joseph
i rJ!v.tka, Western league teams, was
- v.ra a draw in the tenth inning on sc-
- v k of darkness. The score then stood
' ' .3 d Hy innings it was follows:
'IV -Jk.i 00022010 1-6
' Toscph 210000012-6
Heavy Bains in Sumner.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Eagle.
Wellington, July 23. A heavy rain
fell here today at noon, and during the af
ternoon continued almost without intermis
sion. Corn has suffered considerably from
lack of rain and all arc rejoiced thiif relief
has come. Sumner's immense acreage will
yield a large crop of corn yet.
Wellington, Kan., July 23. The five
weeks drouth was ended today bv a good
rain of several hours duration! The corn
will how make a fair crop.
Kiowa, Kan.", July 23. The drouth is
broken. Tliree heavy showers this after
noon with appearance of moee.
Liabilities vs Assets.
Chicago, Jul)' 23. Snyder & Iloole,
bookbinders and dealers in printers' ma
terial, assigned this afternoon. Liabilities
$300,000; asets same amount.
Failures for the Week.
Xew York, July 23. The business fail
ures occurring during the hist seven days
number for the United States 160, Canada
21; total 1S4, compared with 183 last week
and 170 the week previous. The failures in
the eastern, souther and middle states are
light, and about half of these reported are
from the west aud Pacific cotiit.
What Does It Mean.
El Paso, Texas, July 23. In spite of re
peated assurances given by Mexican of
cials during the day that no more troops
should be sent to Ptiso del Xorte it is learn
ed late tonight from an authentic source
that a train loaded with troops is on its
way north from Chihuahua and will be in
Paso del Xorte before daylight. There is
evidently a concentration of troops com
mencing. They are thought to be Chihu
hua stafe and not Mexican federal troops.
A Clever Ruse.
Kansas Citv, July 23. A Columbus,
Kansas, special says Hugh G. 2s. Gavahan,
postmaster at this place. w;is today found
guilt- of conspiracy to blow up the" county
court house and destroy the record of cer
tain land frauds. Sentence has not been
fixed. Gavahau's bondsmen have taken
charge of the postoflice. Several other con
spirators await trial. Among those who
were arrested was It. A. Lamton, who
was recently reported as having died or
suicided in a Cincinnati hotel. There are
many who believe Lamton is alive antl
scheming to get life insurance on the false
The Cuttiii'T Episode.
El Pso, Tex., July 23. Editor Cut
ting, of El Paso, is still in jail at Paso del
Norte, just across the river. lie was taken
out Wednesday niirht and led before a
iiitlge who stated that an order had been
leceived from the .supreme court of Chihua
hua to admit Cutting to bail. Cutting sent
for Consul Brighan, who told the judge
that he was in the hands of his government
which demanded his unconditional release
and he would ignore the Chihuahua court.
la was then remanded to jail, but again
brought yesterday and questioned. Consul
Brighain advied him not to answer. Con
siderable excitement exists in Paso del
Norte. Quite a large bod' of Mexican
troops have been quartered there within the
pa.st forty-eight hours. The object of this
movement is not known.
New York, July 23. The Netherland
steamer Warsland, which left Antwerp on
the 11th, arrived here yesterday morning.
She reports that at noon on the second day
out, just after the Warstand left the Chan
nel, a whale was seen Homing on the water
directly in the vessel's course. No attempt
was made to avoid it as the impression was
that it would get out of the way of its own
accord. It declined to move, being fast
asleep most likely, antl the steamer's sharp,
iron bows struck it full about midway of
its length. There was a perceptible shock
lo the vessel and an immediate checking of
its progress. It was found that the whale,
which was fully eighty feet long, had been
cut half in two ahd lay dead and ftist
caught on the bows. It was necessary to
stop the ship and back off to disengage the
carcass, which when freed drifted astern.
Locisvilli:, Kv.. July 23. A horrible
story comes from Oregon, Oldham county.
Ivy. Sonje six months ago a man nametl
Wilson took charge of the district school
there. He appeared educated and gentle
manly antl made a favorable impression
with parents and scholars Everything
went smoothly until hut Wednesday when
it is alleged he detained three of his pupils,
little girts, seven, eight and nine years of
age, after the other scholars left. When
the room was clear he locked the door antl
deliberately outraged the three children.
He let them go home about tuisk and they
told their parents. A mob was organized
at once to lynch the brute but he escaped,
goingto Sulphur Station, live miles distant.
News of the outrage had preceded him and
a crowd caught him here, stripped him
naked and tied him to a tree and gave him
one hundred lashes. He was then given
five minutes to leave the country and made
the most of his time, cutting through the
woods. The little girls are all in a preca
New Orleans, July 23. War is in
progress in the parish of St. Mark lietween
officers of the law and a band desperadoes.
Last Tuesdnj morning a colored man
named Lorenzo Randall was shot by a man
nametl Mills. A warrant or his arrest
was placed in the hands of John James,
who in company with live or six other col
ored men went in a skiff to make the cap
ture. James antl party came upon Mills
:uitl his father-in-law, one Sparks, ju Bayou
Uuttc, alwut ten miles from Morgan City.
Mills ojened fire with a Winchester rifle
and killed one of the posse, George Merrit!,
and wounded two others. The jOve was
routed. Yesterday afternoon deputy sher
iff Joeph Thomas with another po-sse of
two colored men started to Bayou Butte to
arrest the offenders. The desperadoes shot
Leu Peters, one of the constables, and
wounded another. Sparks and Mills took
to the swamp and the posse returned to
Morgan City. It i said that Mills has with
him w some twelve or thirteen half breed
Indians and will defy arrest.
Served Him IU
Caiko, UN., July 23. A pa?encer on
the Gus Fowler, from Metropolis today
cives the particulars of a sensetional cow
tiiding affair in that city. Peter Graff, a
merchant of that place, "has lieen wagging
his tongue lately "considerably to thedL
credit of the character or Miss Kattie Gla-w
a highly repected and modest young lady,
who is employed & telesrraph operator
Yesterday ereninsr. securing a good solid
cow-hide and accompanied by a gentleman
friend, she entered Graffs storerand in a
centeei and scientific manner, proceeded to
dust the nronrietor's iackeL She
laid it over the head anil shoulders of her
victim, with such vim and cheerfulaess that
he begged for mercy. Today the offend
ing parties were arranged in oourt and the
frfend nned 40 fof carrying concealed
weapons, and the lady $12 for disorderly
conduct, winch she regards as very cheap
in view of the satisfaction derived in get
ting even with one of her defamers. There
remain several other masculine gossips in
the place who are strugglicfr with suspense
and fear at the situation, ana further inter
esting developments are not improbable.
OVER THE OCEAN.
London, July 23. The case of Craw
ford against Crawford and Dilke was given
to the jury this afternoon. They returned
a verdict rinding Mrs. Crawford guilty of
adultery with Sir Charles Dilke and grant
ing Crawford a divorce. The jury was
absent twenty minutes. The decision ar
rived at by the jury is that Crawford is en
titled to a divoce from his wife on the
ground of adultry with Sir Charles Dilke
as decided nisi bj justice against Sir
Charles on February 20th last, the present
case being simply a" rehearing at the euter
veniug of the queen's protector for the
purpose of ascertaining whether the decree
should lie set aside on "the ground of collu
sion between Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, or
on nqw evidence invalidating the wife's
The proceeding confirms the previous de
cree and makes It absolute at the expira
tion of six months. This six months will
expire August 12, the decree having lieen
Issued February 12. The queen's proc
tor litis been condemned to pay the costs of
the present proceeding.
The race for the Eclipse stakes, valued
at 10,000; today at Saudron park was won
b' A. Barclay's six year old brown horse
Bency, Lord Arlington's three year old bay
colt Caudlemas second, Major Brace's five
year old horse St. Gastien third. Twelve
Sir Charles Dilke litis issued an address
to the Chelsea electors, in which he says:
As far sis my public life goes I have no
option but to accept the verdict, while pro
testing once more against it. I can only
assure you, as I have already solemnly as
sured you, and with equal solemnity sworn
to in court, that I am innocent of the
charges brought against me. antl respect
fully and gnitefully bid you farewell. I am
yours faithfully, " " Chas. Dilke.
Sir Charles Dilke has ortlercd the sale of
his house. He will leave England and re
side permanently in the south of France.
DtriiLiN, July 23. The Fenian Ilickie
died today in Dublin. lie was identified
with the Fenian movements of 1S4S and
ISC" and served a long term in prison for
his connection with the latter atlair.
Berlin, July 23. Maxainillian Wolf
gang Duncker, the German historian is
New York, July 23. At 2 p, m. Ste
phen Broder, a bootblack 23 years of age,
employed in the .Mills building, jumped
from the Biooklyn bridge at the center .span
into the East river, lie was fished out and
takeu to the police station apparently unin
jured. Broder at one time was a newsboy; later
a pedestrian, and a shoit ime ago he went
i on a frcehootin
expedition to couth Anier-
Shortly afler a wagon was noticed pars
ing over the bridge with two men ruling
on it. Something about one of the men at
tracted the notice of Policeman Lally antl
he watched tlu wagon as it went on. YVhcn
about one hundred feet east of
New York Tower, one of the men stood
up, took his coat oil", looked around aad
said "well, here goes for luck, "and sb-ppi.
from the wagon to the rail v hout In -Hating
a second, aid j.unped The una
feirdown straight to the wa't i , 120 feet be
low, strikiiiir in a bunch but with his feet
first. He sank fiom sight, reappeaut! a
moment later with both hands at his chest
as if in pain. A skill', which was near at
hand rapidly came up and the occupants
took the man in the boat aud pulled to the
foot of the street and landed; in the mean
time the bridge police had run around antl
down to the pier aud arrested him. He
did not seem to be much injured by the
terrible fall, walketl along without any as
sistance, followed by a mob of chjering
qoys and men.
It is said the leap was the scsiilt of a
wager of .-JlOO with some prominent sports.
A Sort of Quid Pro Quo.
Rondout, N. Y., July 23. Nathan
Schnller, the young man arresled by the
Albany police yesterday for fear that he
might be a possible Guiteau, is a resident
of Rondout and is looked upon here as
harmless aud w as never known to do auy
one harm, and his antics never frightened
anybotly except the Albany police. When
Cleveland was elected president, Schuller
wrote to him for the position as postmaster
at Rondout. The letter is it literary curios
ity mid is uiven verbatim below:
""To MrT Wilcox, Rondout, Nov 2d 1880.
His highest elxency to the highest respects
to Hon Grover Cleveland president united
states america. hereas citizens of city
Kingston can recomend nathan Schuller
honest iutelgent antl repute young man has
been a citizen of city Kingston of past 27
years. Nathan schuller was lmrn in city
Kingston in county of ulster in state new
York. We can recomend Nathan Schuller
who is capable of holding (see over)
policol positon under Government
employ. Whereas nathan Schuller
of city Kingston looking for position in
government emply at Rondout postoflice as
assLstiante postmaster, Rondout P. O. N.
Y. I hope do all you can in mv favor as
to give position of some kind to make
honest living. I done all I could in Hon.
Gro-er Cleveland's favor. I introduced
your name when you was candidat pres to
public at Public nieetins city N. Y. in state
N. Y so I'm entitled to" hold political
position of some kind under government
employ, so I will end my kind letter.
Send my regard to Hon. Grover Cleveland,
write me an answer, upon this important
letter as quick as jKKsible. I remain yours
reiecttly, Nathan Schiller "
Rondout, July 23. It was learned here
today that Schuller had said that some day
he expected to make a stir in newspajM-rs.
A dispatch from Alliany today stated that
Schuller was still locked up in jail.
The Street of Wnliinr.-toii Cltjr.
A great deal of street repair is now going
on In Washington. The streets are made,
you know, of asphalt, which H as smooth as
so much sandpaper, of a dark gray color,
and which is well fitted for a city like this,
in which there is but little heavy tratflr.
VTe never have any mud in Washington,
and the man who own a carriag hire can
nse it throughout the year with very little
washing. The city is surrounded by beau
tiful drives of historic interest, and ten
miles away from Washington you wiJJ jien
etrate a country having a civilization ax
southern almost as that of Georgia. The
roads outside of Washington are good and
the country In different directions enough
diversified and rolling to make the drive
pictures-ine. A half day drive will bring
you into the midst of reminiscecse?
late war, and you can lay out a tour
week in which you can follow the line
great armies and drive over battle-field
after batt.d-tieliL "Carp's" Washington
Knnnlnc Kecord ot a Grejhonsd.
A greyhound in Buffalo made the lowest
official running record in the world. The
bound ww given three trial. In the first
be made the 'SfO yards in 1A second; ia
the second be covered the distance in 12 ;i
'-ends, and in the third he made the re
markable record of 12 Y second, the lowest
official record in the world.
A Cluck swt m Safety Bank.
A genius from the Wooden X otmecr stats
has inrpoted a clock ia'which there k a money
drawer. Money can be despoaited at maj
tbam, bat eaa only be recnored daring ooe
day in a month. Another notiea is ia
screwing the clock to its ahetf se thai it oaa
omly be romored whea the drawer to
ON FRIDAY, JULY 23,
We will sell tiie balance of our
White Goods, White Rotes and
Colored Robes at 15 per cent less
they were marked during our
last Special Sale on same line o
Ladies who bought then re
marked they had never seen
them so cheap before.
Now, take them at 15 per cent
less money and take - all you
SATURDAY, JULY 24
Every Ladies' and Child's trim
med Hat in our house will be
sold for 18 cents. "VyTio ever
heard the like before.
All goods have been reduced
so they will sell readily to make
;room for our Fall and "Winter
WALLENSTEIN & COHN,
T'reless and Restless Workers for Trade.
Cor, DOUGLAS AVE
Edgings and Flouncings will
be placed on sale this morn
tag at less than one quarter
Siof their Actual
and MARKET S,T