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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE. KANSAS, JUNE 28, 1894.
I hereby announce myeclf ns a candldnto
for the ofllro of county attorney of lllckln-
on county subject to tlio decision of tlio
Republican county convention.
C. 1'. Mead.
I am a candidate for county attorney. "Ob
ject to the decision of tlio Republican county
convention. , H.K.Smin.
1 hereby announce myself ns a candidate
for district clerk, subject to division of tbo
Republican county convention.
1'. II. IIaiiick.
I hereby announco myself an a candldato
for l'robuto Judgo of Dickinson county, sub
Jcct to tlio Itepubllcan coun1 y coin rntlon.
il. II. At omen.
Tho undersigned hereby announces him
self as a candidate for tlio offlco of pmlmto
Judgo of Dickinson county aubject to tho de
cision of tho Republican county contention.
Wesley Swayzo, ol Hope, win hero
E. L. Martin nml T. U. Sawyer were
up from Hope.
W. S. Stambatigh went to Topckn
on legal business.
Sherwood Dntldson enmo In last
opening to tlslt his parents.
TIico. Heniler, tisuccesstul merchant
of Manchester, was In tho city.
l'erry I.Itts, who line bcon employed
at Enterprise, Is back In tho city.
Mr. ami Mrs. F. E. Nottorf spent
Sunday In Dillon, returning today.
Mark Hurton, onoolllopo's rustling
young men, was a lsltor to Abilene.
Mr. A. V. Nutt left on tho noon
train for Illinois to bo but that Is
tho secret of It.
J. C. llusscll, of Chapman, left Sat
urday night for Denver to attend tlio
Itepubllcan Leaguo contention.
V. II. l'hlpps, formerly a Dickinson
teacher, now a Bcnlor In tlio State
Agricultural college, Is homo to spend
T. E. Dewey Is homo from his trip
to Hartford, Conn, and other eastern
cities. Mrs. Dewoy and tho children
will lslt In the East through the
J. G. Wine, a Dickinson county
tonne man who has been at Ann
Arbor attending college, is In tho city.
Mr. Wlno Is taking tlio law courso
and is also carrying tlio literary
work. Ho will graduate noxt spring.
Ho is making a lino record and will bo
u credit to Dickinson.
A farewell scrtleo to Ho v. Sea
brook In which tho ministers of tho
city will tako part will be held next
Sunday ct cnlng.
I). V. Jacoby, who recently
took chargo of tho Wllsey creameries,
Is sending butter to Abilene and has
It on sale a Kump's. It Is of splendid
quality and Is sure to jiroto n fator
ilo with Ablleno people. Mr. Jacoby
Is otldently making a success.
Tlio notices nro being prepared
for tho annual school meetings, which
aro held at tho different school houses
July iiGtli. Tho law llxcs such meet
ings, and tliey aro held at the same
hour in otery dltrlct In tho State.
Ktertbody attends theso meetings.
This year thoy elect a clerk, next year
n trustee, and tho third year a treas
Tho Lanier circle held Its closing
meeting of tho year with Miss Wilson
lastctenlng. Her. Dr. Hlnyncy had
an claborato paper on "English
Literature." Vocal solos by Mrs.
Nlesloy and nn Instrumental solo by
Mrs. Gray added to tho pleasure of
thootcnlng. Tho remainder of the
otcnlng was dovotcd to Informal dis
cussion of tho plans for net jcar
which Is to bo gltcu to lectures on
moral and mental science
Tho County Teachers' Heading Cir
clo will git o an entertainment In tho
draco Heformed church in Ablleno on
Thursday otening July 6th, 18'J I, con
sisting of rot lows of tho lltcs nnd
works of American authors, recita
tions and select readings from tho
same. This Is a new feature In tho
work of teachers' associations nnd It
promises to bo a treat. Admission
Went to Junction.
Tho Junction City chapter of tho
Kasturn Star today entertained mem
bers of tho order from Ablleno, Clay
Center nnd Manhattan. This city
was represented by Mcsdamci Nnlll,
J. Johutr, C. Johntz.Spangler, Waring,
11. L. Strother, Miss Waring.
Oiul Wanted For general houso
tvork. Mrs. O. W. Huril, Vino street.
The only Pure Cream, of Tartar I'owder. NoAuiraouia;i.o Alum,
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
OBJECTS TO PRESENT METHODS
Of the Belle Springs Creamery A
To the Editor of t ho Ilcflcctor.
DiLtov, Juno 27 Tho patrons of
the Uclle Springs Creamery Company
hate becomo Tory Indignant at tho
way the company hat o been dealing
with them since Its. existence.
Hoping a few words will vlnc0 tno
patrons In their position beforo tho
people, I will leal o the question to
lie settled by the company and patrons.
Somotcn or twelvo years ago, tho
ndtlslblllty of starting a creamery
was discussed, and tho result was
that a creamery was to bo started,
tho farmers owning all tho stock.
Tho creamery business at that time
was In Its Infancy, nnd whether It
could bo niado a paying Industry or
not, was n question which only time
Itself could soltc. For this reason
tho following plan was adopted:
Tho cxiwnses of tho company wcro
deducted from tlio sales of butter, and
after allowing a fair rato of Interest
on money Intested, tho balance to bo
paid tho patrons. As will bo seen by
tho plan tho company adopted, tho
patrons do not know untlHhey nro
paid tho amount they aro to recelto
per hundred. This gitcs tho company
tho prltllego of any dltldend thoy
may wish. Is It any wonder that tho
stockholders aro getting rich?
Only a few months ago ono of the
principal stockholders sold out for
something llko 130,000, nnd ho had
been connected with tho company a
comparatively short time. This plan
seemed to bo all right so long as the
farmers wcro nt the head of tho com
pany, but only n short time elapsed
until speculators saw a good thing In
tho creamery business, and they pro
ceeded to Invest their money at once,
and tho plan tho farmers had adopted
for buying milk, when the business
was In Its Infancy and when thcro was
much doubt as to whether It would bo
a pa) Ing Industry or not, has been In
ellect over since.
Tho company hat o recently staled
that they would soon commence buy
ing milk according to quality rather
Iluy It as ton pleac, what tour
patrons want to know Is tlilst What
nro wo to repelio per hundred for our
Did ton cter hear of a farmer tak
ing n load of grain to market and
dumping It In tho clctator and then
hato the bitter Ik tho price P Wo
Do ton wonder that wo want
another creamery ? Do you doubt
that wo will hato It? If J on ilo, ton
should hato attended tlio meeting last
District court adjourned nt noon
until July Cth. Xo business of gen
eral Importance was transacted today.
U. S. Crawford reeelted n forniul sen
tence of $5 lino for tlolating tho city
ordinances nnd gate notice of appeal
to tho supreme court.
Was.tf.ii (lood girl for general
housework. Apply to Miss Ida Up
shaw, North lluckoyo. I'.Mso tf
Foil Salk A. J. I. Caso separator
nnd Hcctes stacker, can bo run with
cither steam or liorso power. Terms
satisfactory. Huipilro of Fred Hnrt
ruan, I miles south of Abilene, Kan
Foit Sale At n bargain, nn 8-horso
steam threshldg oiltllt, with traction
engine nnd straw slacker. Suitable
for wheat ranch or for custom work,
and in good condition. Address nt
once, 1'. O. box 176, St. Marys, Kan
sas. To Rent for Cash.
Tho south cast ipiarter of taction
17, Cheetcr township, Dickinson
county. Ono hundred ncrcs under
cultivation, the rest grass land. Ad
dress, F. i:. Olivkii. 382 W.
Jackson street, Chicago, HI. l-'lf
From tho subscriber on tho l'JIh
lust, two bay colts four years old
this spring. A suitable, reward will
bo paid for their return.
M. 11. HetVLTT,
ltie Abilene, Kansas.
Meals on the Fourth.
Tho Catholic, ladies will serto meals
on tho Fourth of July In tho old First
National bank building. Arrange to
tako your dinner and supper with
them. Thoy will also serto tco
cream, cako, lomonndo ttc. Htcry
bady Is intlted to patronize them.
Or. Price's Cream Daklng Powder
Most Perfect Mado.
Honors World's Fair.
Would Do the School Good.
Tho board of trustees of tho county
high school meets early 'next month
to select a successor to J. W. 1 1 til-
linger, ono of tho Insluctors who has
resigned. Among tho applicants Is
John II. Mustard, a Dickinson county
toting man nnd eminently worthy for
mo p.nce. mr. Miui.ni K... ........
with high honors nt tho Stnto Unltcr
slty, nnd has made n name for hlt
self In literary work whllo carrying
on his studies. Ho Is wideawake, a
thorough scholar nnd n young ninn
who would do credit to the school and
tho county. Tho board will honor
itself In selecting Mr. Mustard. Tho
Hkflectou has watched his work slnco
ho wns n boy nnd feels certain that ho
Is to mako n high mark In tho world.
Dickinson should be first to honor Us
A Mother In Israel.
At tho homo of N. G. Hershcy nenr
Hollo Springs died last evening Mrs.
Mngdnlena Eugle, one of tho most
luted and esteemed members of tho
Hlter Ilrethren church In this comity
a truo mother in Israel. She was
tlsltlng her daughter, Mrs. Hcrshoy,
and was taken 111 too suddenly to
bo remotcd to her permanent
homo with another daughter Mrs.
(Jcorgo it. Hcrr, of ltldgc. Mrs.
Englu was aged 73 'tears and camo
hero from I'ennsjltnnln eight tears
ago. She had 11 children lit Ing, her
husband died 10 years ago. Tlio
children nro Mrs, Hershcy, Mrs. Herr,
John I.., Aaron, Ephrnlm nnd l.lulus,
of Now hern; Leander, of Jefferson;
Milton 1,. of Hldgej Mrs. J. S. Englo
of Newborn, and a son and daughter
in Pennsylvania, who aro expected to
bo present nt tho fuucrnl. She had
47 grand children and U great grand
children. Funeral services at Hello
Springs, Friday nt 10 a. in., Elder II.
Daildsou onicintlng. Interment nt
TALK OF A NEW RAILROAD.
Dillon Wants tho Rook Island Late
Dillon, Juno '.'7 Tho growing lm-
portnnco of this city as a cement and
plaster shipping point has started the
n-rltntloii for another railroad. In
many respects tliehlngloserMcogiteu
by tho Missouri I'aciliu Is not satisfac
tory, and there Is tntk of a branch of
the Hock Island being built north
from Tampa, tweho miles south In
Marion county, through Dillon and on
to connect with the S.ilinn bram.li at
Abilene. It would run through n
prosperous section and git o a direct
outlet southward. Sot ernl conferences
hnto been held on the matter.
Both our stucco mills were Idle tho
llrst of tho week.
T. II, Moslcy is hating an addition
built to his More buthiliig on Main
John Krieksou has moted his family
hero from (Sypsiini City.
Miss Mary Howo left last Monday
for a few weeks tlslt to Illinois.
John Hunt was a Hope, tisitor last
Our ball nine will play Hope next
Saturday at Hope,
Wo understand the Uinnir City
butcher will locate hero In tho near
Will Hone Is painting In Hopo this
Mr. Ashling t (sited in Woodbine
last Saturday, returning Sunday.
Stoto MUirant, of (Sypstim City,
tins bicu stopping hero for the past
James Hlggs, an employes of tho
Dillon Piaster and Cement Co., lias
been in town nil tho week.
Tho Missouri I'nellio will In tlio
near future put in moru track nt tills
Lightening has been doing some
deadly work hero lately. A short
tlmo ago Henry Hums had u horso
killed and Sunday night Mr. Colter
lit Ing northwest of hero hail four
cows-killed. Mr. Vlekers also had a
liorso killed In the (ami) manner
Mr. Hoop, of Solomon City, lint
moved hetc and is plastering tho now
Tlio storm Sunday night droto
many people to tlio cellar.
Mrs. Hoss Is (pillo 111 with n com
plication of diseases and Is no bettor
at tins writing.
Mesdames Class, HynenrsonDo war,
nnd Hammond tlstled Solomon last
Saturday and on returning homo wero
caught In the storm and thoroughly
drenched, causing Mrs. Dewar nerv
Htneiirsou nnd Chas. llender
caught Hfty llsh with hook and line
Tho following Is tho list of un.
claimed letters remaining In tho Abi
lene postoflleo for tho week ending
Juno 27. 18'JI. Hato tour mail mi
drossed to street and number and It
will be promptly delltered
cli'Vir Ilara (lutlimy W II
King Mrs.li.nllio Mullin ImivI II
t'Urcu I) 11 l'owt'rs lulln
Vuii Oiler O W
Ono cent will bo charged for all
I'ersons calling for tho nbotu will
pleaso say "adtcrtUed" gitlng dnte.
Ton Sauk A seoond hand engine
aud sejiaratqr in good condition I'.u
iiulro ot O. K. .Simmiri, S miles north
Of Abilene. i2-ia
INDEPENDENCE DAY PROGRAM.
Outline of Fourth of July Doings
Tl.n tinrvrnm fr llto Innrll, nf
. . .' . .. . ,, ,,
' ,. , bo 10 mo8l MlrBl.,10
" n Km
,rh(j mml w1, u a of
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teams at 10 a. in. Admission 28.
Another game will bo played nt 4:30
Hon. W. A. Cnldcrhead, of Mar) 3
vllle, will deliver the address of tho
day probably nt 11 o'clock, though It
may bo postponed until afternoon.
At 1 p. m. will be the trades dis
play nnd parade. It Is expected that
ctery business house In town will
departments and bauds will tako
At 'J p. m. will be races on Second
street. Thoy arc:
Hoso race, prlres $30 and 20. Hun ,
lOOtnrdsto plug, attach hose, pull
off three sections of hoso nnd attach
plH?. Tlmo called when pljw touches i
Hook and Ijulder race, prlres J30
i nn i. . inn . .1 -i on
and 20. Hun 100 yards, rnlsi! JO
ooi laiiucr aim man iu iiiu top. Jinio
called when man touches top round.
.. i ..i..i ..in I.., il,., ),.,..,! . i
.... I ,. Vf.'vn v, ,... v...-
test for a prlro of W0.
In tho vtenlng at 8 o'cl.uk, by elec
tric lights, will bo tho llreinen's speed
race, prlyo $.10. Hun lot) yards with
pmptr truck. Tlmeeallid when team
readies score line.
Tliero will also be In the evening
n tnrlety of races, such ns lurrcl race,
wheelbarrow race, foot race, sack
Interesting bicycle races as detailed
elsewhcro will alo bo held.
Hedueed rates nn nil railroads, and
spulnl trains to bring the people.
Ktervbodr Is Intlted
Bicyclers Arrange for Their
July 4th Races.
Tho wheelmen Into completed
their list of races nnd prizes for tbo
Fourth of July contests at tho fair
grounds. Owing to the fact that
members of tho I.. A. W. cannot race
for cish prles by rule of tho
organization, the lewards to tho win
ners will be In tnlu-.ble articles In
stead of money. Tho rnees and prizes
nre ns follows!
Haeo 1 Ono mile. First prize,
high grnilo cyclometer: second prize,
hnndsonie all wool sweater.
Unco 2 Half mile dash. First
prize, gold medal; second prize, pair
I.. A. W. shoes.
Haeo ,1 Flto miles. First prize,
olid gold iued.il; second prize high
grade cyclometer; third prize, ono
year'., subscription to the "Hearings."
Hiro 4 One mile road race. Fire
men's pr(ze, gold medal. Fifty cents
entrance fee for this race.
Hiitraneo fees nnd admission will be
announced Inter. Tlio etcnt will bo
ono of the best of tlio day.
The recent In nty rains has lilndi red
hartestlng, nnd the weeds nro getting
n pretty good start iu some ol tho
A. H. Struck Intends renting ids
houto and trying town life ngnln,
l.ydn (iitlTney has been (itilto sick
for seteral days, but is improtliig
M. I.. HolTman United his parents
nenr Ilelle Springs lust Sunday.
Magglo (iaffnit Is expected homo
from (jilthrle, Oklahoma, Iu n few
Woodbine liardnaro men hate sold
Homo new binders iu this tlelulty
Mary Muughcrmcr Is homo nfter a
couple weeks tlslt III Salliia.
Henry Swanger Is kept pretty busy
llxlng HpdIIIeieiit kinds of farm im
plements. I Oultu n number of farmers nro fctil-
!... .l.,...l .. 1...nf Cltl!..., fl.,, .,,llMf, I
i.il: Bill.. ,,I1V1 (,.,,,V .,,,,, V, , .,,, v
A Free Oiler to tk Sick,
I Any person slik or In poor health,
I who will send a two-cent postage
stamp to "Tlio Flower Medical Com
pany," 669 ColiimbusAteuue, Hostou,
Mass., will reecho, postage paid,
their work entitled "Dr. H.C. Flower's
(irent Work In tho Slek-room." This
wotk contains n description of Dr. It.
C. Flower's great work In healing tho
silk, his trcntUo on sleep, eating,
consumption, worry, with numerous
recipes ami formulas. This work
should be iu oterv household; It will
relloro tho stck and sato thousands
from getting sick. It will lift tho
burdens of worry and bring sunshine
Into tho darkest life,
Aiim-cse, Kas, Juno 2i, WI.
Hfg". per 1I01
Hprlngclili'kens s;r lb ullvo,,
Old clilcki ns
Ducks ami gisvwo .,.
Nuw tMitiiUss... . . ....
lligsr lil IIm
HtM-rs wr liw Ilia.
riMt, Nt-a. avrt
Wliuat.Nn a. soft
tM.oal, No, !!, Iianl
Wliful, No, 3, lurd . . .
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Tho Incomo Tax Will Not Touch
HILL'S AMENDMENTS VOTED DOWN.
The Krnate Mill Making IIkiT Day a togal
Holiday Passed In the Home Oaths
of l'rlvatea In reutloa
Wasiiikotox, June 27. In the senate
yesterday Mr. Allen made another
InulTcottinl attempt to secure action on
his resolution directing the secre
tary of the treasury to Inform the sen-
nto oi mo total number of persons en
1 gaged In protected Industrie whote
Morrill moved to refer It to tho finance
' nimmlttciv M,-. AIIai, n tmtlu tlinl
l as long aatho resolution remained tin
I acted upon he would object to all legis
lation bv unanimous consent. Mr.
Morrill's motion waadcfcqtcdbyn yoto
of 10 to !7.
Then tho aennto resumed tho con-
kliliirtit lri tt flirt Imutmn (av wt w I tt
ion, ot th0 Urlfr un ,, Mr 1I1U wlth.
drew tho amendment offered on Satur-
day to atrlko out the provision exempt-
'"If Interest on Unltod States bonda
from tho opcrnlloll o( u,o tax.
ills object In olTcrin(r tlio nmeiul-
nicnt, ho anld, was to call the atlen-
Hon of the country to the fact that tho
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7a i,,IV,,,nj.l U. l..7JIVr.y 11. IJUTlTIIUItlH
bonds woro necessarily exempt from
the action of tho Income tax under the
law, Although tho ostensible purpose
of tho Income tax was to reach the
wealthy and equalize tnxntlon, there
was nn enormous Imcstmcnt In capital
w hh.h the Incomo tax could not reaoh.
Mr. Hill then mined to exempt stale,
county nnd munlclp.il tmnds, iirirulnf?
that tho taxation of state bonds by the
fe.leral government would iienulreet
attack upon tho ndmlnUtrntlon of tho I
states. It tlio lenernl government linn .
tbo right to diminish the value of stato
bonds and seem ltles It had tho right to
destroy them. This was defeated SJ
Mr. Mill then modified Ida amend
ment so us to coiillne the evemptlou to
stute IhiiiiIs. A Jong constitutional
discussion of the Hivters and limita
tions nf federal taxation followed, In
which .Messrs. Hour, Morgnn, l'ugh,
l.lndvnv.CutTery and llrny purtlolpatcd.
Mr. Hill's nmeiidment to exempt Inter
est from stato bonds wns also lest, 37
to 3o. Mr. Hill then moved to strike
out tho provision for it tux on personal
property ueiuired by gift or Inher
itance. Lost, 2t to 31,
'1 he proviso offered by Mr. Vest last
week as nn nmeiidment to section 13:
"'I hut In computing the Incomo ot any
vnrsn, cnriHiratlon, company or asso
ciation, there shall not bo Included tho
amount recoiled from any corporation,
etc., ns interest dlt blends upou the
bimdsuf stockot such corporation, etc.,
If the tax of 3 per iciit. has been paid
upon Its net piollts by Mild corporation,
us rcpilrotl by tuts act, was agreeil to.
An nmenilment of Mr. Allen, to per
mit otl.teiico In leliuttul livfore colleet
orsof Internal icvenuons to IhiMiiuount
of Incomes, was agreed to, as was tho
Vest amendment Including In the
calculation of tho Incomes of hnultN,
Imnlilng Institutions, trust companies,
life, lire nnd other Insurances, iiillnmd,
iiiniil, telephone, lc!,cgrupli unit other
companies, actual operating and busi
ness exienses, losses nnd Interest on
bunded and other InilebtcdneM,
A committee amendment wi t adopt
ed, providing the tux shall nut apply
'lo states, counties or miinU pilltles;
nor to cirKiat!o!!s, compuuiiM or as
MHiialloiiH organized nn 1 conducted
solely for charitable, religious or edu
cational piuposcs, Incliiilliu fraternal
beiiUlcIiuy societies, orders or ns
hoc! itlons, operating upon tho
lodge system nnd piovldlng fur
tbu payment of life, sick, ueetdent
and other bcneltts to the loeinberHuf
such socletha orders and iissikiIiiIIoiih
nnd nssiK'i.itloiis and dependents of
suo'i meinbeis, nor to slimhs, shnri),
finis m-seem Hies held by mi) Ihlliu
urt or trustee for charitable, i.'llglntis
or elue.itloinl purposos: nor to thu
loans iii.i.Iu by building and In iu asso
ciations to their Khare'iolders for the
purpiso nf en ildlng them tn provide
for thcui'hei homes; nor to certain
Kiitlngu bunks and kalu(.'. Institutions.
Mr. Alll-oll inoM'il to mid tn section
f.'.i the words: "And nothing herein
shall apply tn any mrp iiutlnn, com
pany or iissnclutlon lining n paid-up
capital of less than ?IH'i mj." Ithout
acting upon the umouilmi nt the senate,
at n.lu went Into exo utile lowilon ami
111 c minutes Inter adjoin nod.
inn not in.
tHiiiNOTiiv, Juiie -'7. Another legal
bollilay bus bieu u I le.l to the list us,
on jnutloii nf tlr. tcliiuii, the winito
bill milking La bur day il national liull
day jesterduy p no 1
'J ho house bill lo give the sumo
weight nnd effect tn the oaths of pi I
vote and iion-enmmi-i,lil.ul nlllccrs In
lHUislon cases us Is riven to the oaths
nf commissioned nllljer passed.
The house went Into committee of
tbo whole on the dellclcnoy bill.
An amendment w as adopted appropri
ating 9.',(KsJ to piy lion, W. I). Ihigllsh
for his Kuceessful ooutost fur the seat
In the present congress bold by Samuel
(1, Illlboru. from the Third C.iUfornli
district, his n lino having bouu Inad
vertently oinllta.l fio.u tho list nf con
testants uiid cnntosteoH whose expenses
Cnnsldcriblo dlsumulnn was projlpl
tutod bv amen ImontH offered tn tlio
piragrupli tn pay Indian ilcpru 1 itlou
claims. As tlio bill finally came out nf
tho cnmmltteo of tlio wholu, this pir.i-
L'riiiih ourrlol aiinpiuiotirlatliiniif SKX),.
ODOfortho iiiyiiicnt of eert-iln Iinllan
ilepi ulatlon el ilms In lieu of the eVl.o.))
for the uN.iinliiatlon of thoso ease , by
tho uttornuy-ifuneral, ns nrlirlnully
pnirldixl In tlio bill, Tho Inuso re
tained the amendment and the 1.11' 'U
amended was tsissed.
At 0,10 D. in. tin) bouso mllouriied.
WtnilN inis:, .lune I7.Tho iiiu.I
dent sent the fullinvln niimliiatloii'i
In the so'iale to-diji Charles do K.iy.
of New Vorif, to lie consiil-jrcuer il tt
llerlln, Ceruunrt Willi un .. Lit
tle, of North. '''ipiUn I, to. bo consul nt
Tiitolf.tlp.i, ll"n jursw,
I i.j lly Mit il'.li Ulna Kiplixl 1 1.
M umin. .ln,io'J7 -An exuloilon too'f
place nt n ml'io ut l.e f.ilfa, Asturhi.
IlLfht liHes h no ulrea ly li.al( isor
uiIjii I If mi mw llllinli.lnr
Id, i.li -. .u i' 'T ui.il ut XI 'i in Ire
lulls, Oet , has burned. Iss, f)l'j0,W,
Is. H s, K " I I
in doing it, ana its a great ucai more muruuvjiuy uuue.
Dairies and dealers use Pearline extensively. Just try It
once, on your milk-ware or butter-ware and then say tf It
isn't the most satisfactory way of cleaning. Pearline is the
most economical thing you can use, too. You get so much
more out of it.
COMJ reddlen and one unscrupulous procers will tell yoa "thlsUu Cd ,
OCUa or "tho urns ai IVaillne." 11 '3 FALSE Pearline U never peddled.
UT-w a ami If vour crocer tends you something la place of Pearline. be
BaCk l"one'tL"mJ5?V. JAiuumiB.Jte.Vort-
HEPUDLICAN CLUDS MEET.
Two Thnnsan.l Delricates 1're.ent at tha
tlen.rr Conrrrrure No Hide l.sues.
Dtsvi.li, Col., June 37 Standing
room wns ntn premium in tho Ilrnnd
w ny theater when the llopubllonn Na
tional leairuc convention nssomblod yes
terdny. Themimboriif atrnnircraln the
olty la estimated at 0,000, of whom
nlwut one-third nro delegates,
The committee orf rcaolutlont, the
incmlwra of which nro appointed by
the stntcs, held a caucus to-day which
developed n strong mnjorlty In favor of
Irnw'iilnp;ilnwn nil aide Isfciies, such ai
free colnuiro of sllvor at 10 to 1 and
woman suffrage. The committee so
far na It Is mado up, nnd It Is
nenrjy complete, la considered
Mife and conservative, which moans
that It will practically roltcrato
the declaration ot tho Minneapolis
platform. Nevertheless It Is the In
tention of delegations from silver
states to malm n fight In the conven
tion for n declaration in fnvnraf free
coinage. Judge C C. lloodwln, of Halt
I.alio elty, Is expected to lead the nt-
The Xow York delegation Is pushing
Col. I'. A. McAlplu for the presidency.
but the Illinois delegation Insists that
l'resldcnt W, W. Truoy shall have a
At 10 u cluck the delegates began to
assemble. Itev. Dr. Kerr II. Tupper,
of the First llapttst church of Denver,
sillered prayer, l'reslilent Truccy than
Introduced F C. Iioitdy, president of
tho State Itepubllcan league, of Col
orado, who welcomed the delegate to
Denter and the slate. After n song
l'reslilent W. W. Trneey, of Spring
Held. 111., delltered his niiminl uddress.
'lho roll-cull, fullnwing immediately
nfter the presidents address, showed
forty states and tenltorles the Inrgest
number In the history of the orgnulrn
tlnn. Soino of the delegations were
The response to this uddress was
made by William Mason, of New York.
His wonis tteio few but well chosen.
After a number of uddrcssca tho con
tuntlon adjourned until 10 o'clock to
day. lleforo adjournment a motion tvaa
udopted that the president and secre
tary bo authorized to prepare and
transmit to Mine. Carnot unit the re
public of Franco the sense of the league
on the nssassluatlon nf President Car
not. It wns carried without u dissent
The committen nn locution decided
Inst night to recommend that the next
contention bo held nt lies .Moines, la.
The final voto wus: lies Moines, 13;
'1 he mass meeting given at the llioad
way theater last night under tho an
spite, of thu lenguo wits n mammoth
affair. Not a seat from tho panpu't to
gallery was tnciint. Many ladles were
present, President Tracy Introduced
ns tho first spenker Hun. A. II. Cum
mlngs, nf Inwn, Ilo was followed by
lion. 1". .1. Cannon, nf I'tuh; Hon.
Chiiunccy I I'llley, of Missouri; Mrs.
.1. Hlleu Foster, lien Cyrus llussey, H.
H. Ashcroft and M, l Taylor.
Knn.a. C'll Lite Nlnrk.
Kansas citv, Juno sa Caitle-neceliits,
SJI. cahes, MJ .lilppoil jrittrilur, I, 111 tlio
.leer muhet whs kloaly, opeatnir strons and
closlnsslronif, all others unchanjfcil. Ilia (ol
lowlnif are representative salts:
nacsstu nrrr ANn lieonr htiihs
I.I IU 40
1, 407 J IS
,..14110 4 M
. I ll 4 it
I Ul 4 HI
W0 3 06
LOWS AND iiairtiis
1 1SHO It-tt
I HID 3 0,1
i ;m m it
a lusi :u i za
Il un i! i
I X)l 2IU
II Ml lilt
1 (OI ll
I I if I at
i . , . urn iu
4 Kit tl
SI 71 IIS)
I ,. I US) I BA
. I.a-,i iw
TKXAH AND JNI1IAN STCRI1S,
si red lariiHi
iu tu.n am
U .,, ISM SSI
a) su) iw
IJJ IU 270
i ... ims iu
41 (St 140
123 rw tit
I IU 773 211)
I HI nils Oil 123
it too 5 la
!l K ri)
It IJ I A3
7 ,. ,. K,7 y)
ull'iirs-Hcielptt. 13 m,
130. Tho market s active und 10 to IV)
lower, with about all sold. Tho top was II Wi
ami bulk of sales llTuStsi, against Itoi) fur
tupand!IB.V3lvt for hulk of sales yoslerduy.
Tlio ouowing aro represeniaiiva salesi
,,, 18W IS IB
... Kill 4 41) ll
, . I :1K 111 CO
...-I.IS7 41 03
,. 1,7.11 4l't IS
. I IMI7 4 -0 M
,.,.1'r.i 4 15 ;:
,.l.M sso ai
tnj 4 at
Vt 4 SIK
ill 4 SI)
CM 4 SI
t!1 4 SI
SJ3 4 ai
177 4 S3
Kl 4 Si)
2.S 4 si)
,21 4 77
ill 4 73
SHI 4 73
211 4 73
IUI 4 73
ISO 4 73
JM 4 71
is 4 71)
an 4 7
JIS 4 71
3) 4 7J
1.U 4 71
173 4 70
Slu Uood sheep wero In do ji in 1 and about 23o
higher tnnn last ivuak with common quality no
ruoro than stvuily, though tliero was inoro
uctivity turougnoui. 1 no following aro repre
1 III HI IIM
Horses Itcoelpti, SI no shipment. Tho
I cstlniutod receipts this week aro 30J to 400,
lho horses now coming are of tho common
southern cluss, A fulr number of buyurs aro
here and ileman 1 Is pretty good Tho market
shows a trine bettor feeling with mora uctivity
uowsairiiio lienor loeiing wiin moro ucuviy
though the formrr low prices still prevail. Tho
(UUHP "M I'.ivks iijt svuil uno, wtil uruse UIIU I
sauna nurses is auiul a. follows
Ultra draft, lo)pouuJs.
Owd draft I 300 pounls at)M
hxtra Urlvors .,., Tai(123
flow! drivers , .,,,,, . 60io 75
Haddlo, good to extra ouft 73
HOulhern mares and gelding.. ., . 2340 65
Wuatora riouo, uabrolien 2040 W
tyoator youlos ., & 20
Clilragu Mvo NtiMk.
ClllCAOO, Juno SO -Hogv-ltecelpls, 18 000;
ofnclul ) cstcrday 34 730, shipments yo.terday,
, Wwauuu.UiuJasa vastardav Salas rauaad
iu.iMi leit ovir, a.010, quality good.) prices no
07 .27111113 110
f7 .'JO 411 W
M ,.M 4 S3 71
7.' 211 4 S3 311
03 llrt 4 SO 7.'
SI ,211 IS) Ol
73 SJ ISO 0.1
40 ,210 4 SO or
SJ ,.2is 4 so on
01 . Kl 4 Sll S7
711 324 tlju jj
M 3M 4 77t( M
M tvl ITS at
! ,l 4 71 Ot
H 113 4 71 0.1
74 B 4 71 HI
41 , 1st 171 U
4J a 4 7W T4
and pails, and cans,
and bottles (even
baby's) or any
thing that you want
ought to be washed
with Pearline. -
You'll save work
Wo offer 1600 yards FINE P0.
0EES, beautiful assortment ot styles,
regular 16o goods, for 7 1-2 Cents.
Hecolrcd today a few pieces ot
thoso bcantlful TAFFETA M0RIES,
very stylish, nro really worth 25c, tvo
will sell them at tho Low Price of 16c.
18c Satin (llorlns for lie.
12 l'laln Lawns for 7 1-2 c.
18o Figured Pongees for 13 1-2 0.
16c Zephyr Lalnes for 12 1-2 c.
20o Figured Satlnes for 14o.
11.00 l.aco Curtains for S1.68.
12.00 Lace Curtains for 81,10.
(1.60 Laco Curtains for 05c.
$1.00 Laco Curtains for 05c.
Men's C0o llalbrlggan Underwear
Men's COo llalbrlggan Underwear
Men's 40c llalbrlggan Underwear
R. GUFFIN, Agent.
THE OLD HAMAKER STAND-
at tltoasurror ugat. iiufAl tj ror roon
ackla II 7i.Vt 10 ror mllo.li II Wit 40 tof
heavy paoklan ana shlpplnit lots, plsa, II3M&
CattloItaoalpts.SOO, official yestordar, 8
T7tl. shlpiueats yestorilay, t Sr3, markot staadr
Sheets- Hecelpts, 8,000, ofllolal yestcrdar, I0
SITi hlpuieals yo.tarday, 1,311, nmrkat sirnjy,
Nt. Iaiul. I.lva Htook.
St. Louis, Juaa 1 Cattla Itecelpts, f,W0;
market brisk audsiroat Hoits Itecelpts, 4,
sao, niarkot oponed ttronit rlosed loo lowott
heavy, la ouiW IS. mlicd, II80IW 10, lljht. IS1
sPOo Sheep Koootpls, t.VW, market steady-.
Chicago Oraln aud 1'rovUlons.
June 20, Opeaed HUtt'it Low'at Closing
Wft July . .', noa MK HH JJ.J
Sopt...." M'i 01 f, lis 01st
1)00 ttti MK 0414 04.3
Corn June.. . 40), 40VI 40 16
July.... oii 41 40U 4o9
Hepl,. 41 U 4IU 4111 4)17
Oats June.. 44u 43l 4IU mi
July ... iwH mil ssii i)
Mept.... SO li 2u o(
Pork-June... 13 M IS M Una II u
July ... It K It U II M 12 M
Kept.. II 0IH liW II 00 ilM
Lard-June ,as 003 003 0
July, ..0 70 0TO 067K 00TVI
Jepi .. , s S3 a so 1(0 a ti((
uno.,.. IN 0 31K 0W 0B4H
July ... ID 0 03 0 68H il2(
Slept,... 0 07H PATH OU jm
Kansas Clly tiralu,
Kansas Citt, Juno SiV N'ot ao much wtoal
as was eipoctedcame la tolay Tuofewilm
plea that wero here were very hard to sell and
tbo prlco was H lo lo lower than yesterday.
Choice old wheat was no loser, 1 ho feeling Is
that the now wheat mu.t get down on a ship
ping bail. No 2 hard to arrlvo was quoted
nominally at D9MOS7C.
Itecelpts of wheat to-day, 0 ears: a year ago.
Quotations tor car tots liy sample on traek
at Kansas City wero nominally as follows No.
I hard, olJ.SIo, now, Kn No. 3 hard.UH'aUlHei
No 4 hard. 40(1190 rejicted, 4 1 3 Hot No. i
red MHO-lSoi No Srod, Mif,lc, No. 4 red, 41
Mixed corn was tery scari'o and 1(0 higher
though tho demand was moderate. Wblta
corn sold ruther slowly at Ho decline.
Receipts of oorn to-day, 7 cars, a year ago,
No 'i mixed sold at ftVJlsOMc, according to
billing, Kansas Cllyi No S lulled, 3JS3Hci No.
4. 3IHc; No t whlto, mtHoi No I white,
38(a39oi No 8 whlto was uuolod nominally as
40Xo Meinphlit No. 3 mixed, 43o Memphis.
Outs were In fair demand nt unchanged
prices. Nome new Toxas oats sold to arrlvo at
Hecelpts of oats to-day, 4 carsj a year ago,
No. 2mlxod oats, 3 can, 43Kci lcor, 43ci 8
cars, 42oi Ijyir. 4iyet
BABY ONE SOLID RED
Literally on Fire with Koiemo,
Screaming and CliitvliiR alt
Added to this tvero Abtcisies ctnd
Entirely Cured by Cutlcura. Now
Stout and Hearty.
Oar little baby, alinoit :l years old. ns
taken with some form of Eczema when she
was about three mouths old. Her little body
was one solid red from tbo
soici or her feet to tno crown
of her hcail,and iha seemed
to be literally afire, screaming
and olawlug all tho time.
When iha was about ttva
months old, thero was added
suppuration, tie tried tha
local M. I).'., and soma other
remedies without any relief.
J had readcon.ldetableabout
ia( imriTBA UEitEDlxs.and
ono of our neighbors had uied tbein, clalmlnir
that they were as good at claimed, I concluded
totry tliom.and after tho uioof three or four
taxes ot CCTicnu, and about one and one-bait
botilcs of tho Cctici-ua IlMOLIMT, with tho
CCTtccnA, hoap, our Utile ono Is now entirely
cured, and la stoat and hearty, Vour ConocaA
IlrMmiM aro all and more tbanjoucUlm them,
to be. I alw ays have a good word to my frlenda
aud uelchbors for jour excellent remedies.
k c. II. M OOI), Whlto Cloud, Mo. 1
GUTIGURA WORKS WONDERS I
Nothlne can bo moro encouraglntc to dla
mui,i..ui n.rni. than iha romarkabla curea
dally eltecled among Infants and children by
the Cotkcba liLHniics. Cures In childhood
.h.-cuxm-nA nL,ira,IES. Cures In childhood
mM a ufeiino of freedom from torontof,
mean a lifeline of freedom in
dlfi?u(lag;, humiliating humors.
field throughout the world. Price, OmcrmA,
COe.i Hoir.aio i 11oi.vit.I1. IWn l)c
a 1. cu an . C'our.. Bole rroprlslori, Doiton.
i-"IIowtoCoreBkln Dlnaiei." mailed flea.
11 1 M I'LFS, W.ckh.sJ., red. rough, chapped, and
nlu ol'y kla cured by CQTlccaA BOAr.
IT 8T0P8 THE PAIN.
Pack ache, kidney pains, weaknee,
rheumatltm, and muicular ralua ra
lleved In ona mlnuta by the Cuu
cura AnU-1'axn riaatar. tM.
75 ss -r
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