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THE IITLEX.
M. L. MIIXrY, rditwr mm! Irpr1
THURSDAY, JULY 7. ISSi
M IX IV. HE I ALIVE AT LAST
AuoraTft. iioriaor
in RixvvrBi.
Most of our reader bare so doolt beard
the particu ara ot of the attempt to Mil
iioa'4 pteaidont U.rfi.ld at Saturday,
bilo he tu at the U tllimore & Potomac
The woulJ-be aaaaaia, CLarlet
Jules Guittiao, a i j routed cf!lcekti
I hiokioff himself wronged, and prompted
Yf tk dr moo, -eniured to perpetrate that
loMdeed, to rob the, goternmeot cf lU
rhief maRittraie. It U a crime rnot la
inf tUblt mot disgraceful to the cation.
The tolegraih ia buiay ctTejing mea
Jgrs from Waaltoirton to aM Prtj ' ti,e
country, of lery change in the preaidonU
condition j and in return, from every quar
ter, eiprfuiom of condolence to tbe be
reaved family of the president Njtth
and rath, eat and wcat. Democrat and
Kepublx-n alike, all lament tte tad oc
currence, and tend op prayers for the
pi evident' speedy recovery.
Waabingtcn, July 7 resident Oarfl .1J
wan ahot U the depo while waiting for the
limited espteae on hit way to Long B.ancb
thia morning.
9:3) A. u rrealdent Oat field waa ahot
before leaving on Ihe limited eipreas thu
morning.
Washington, Ja!y 2 -The prealdent had
alighted from the carriage and waa pia
amg through the ladiV room to the car.'.
When about five ftet innde of the room
the auaatin, who waa wi'.bin three ieet of
iiin, fired one thot. The president wai
Ua d and made no attempt at aelf-protection.
Waahintf uon, D. C, Jj'y 41:30 A. u.
There ia bo hope of the FresaidcuU re
rccotery. vicr.iJ.rnT KroT at midsioht.
xrutiveMsnicn, !2 Midnight The
rendition of the president baa further im
proved since the dato of the laat tfflcial
bulletin. Hi temperature and pulae have
pair. faUtn slightly; be ia at thia hour
Bleeping q netly.
Dr. A irnew taya there are aome very en
couraging feature in the prraident'a caae,
and be mention at such fart that the kid
y and intettin are uainjar d cd per
form their functiona readily and freely,
lie iay th it the liver ia lacerated and the
serves Ira ling from the apinal column to
the lower oxtremetiee are hurt but thia ia
1am injury than might reasonably be ex
pected from the t'i i and course of the bul
li t. tie aaya that the stOinach reUioa
food, and fiora thia the president is gath
ering strength alowly to reaiat the encroach
mrnt of ir flammation
STILL BETTK.R PEWS.
Since a o'clock A. u July 5 The vort
1 ting hu c a'eJ. and the Treaident ia
much easier. The doctors expect a nat
nrai action of the bowels thia evening,
which will give still further relief. The
ajrnptoma conlinu i to be favorable, and to
warra&t some increase of hope.
On Thursday last a charter
teas filed with tho Secretary of
Ktate, organizing the St Louis
Anthony & Silt Tlain Kallroad
Company. The purpose of the
organization is to construct, equip
and operate a line or lines of
railway through the couties of
Labette, Montgomery, Chautau
qua, Cowley, Saniner, Sedgwick,
Harper, Barbour and Comanche,
to the Salt I'laines, near the Ter
ritory line, with a branch from
Wichita to Anthony. Said rail
road will commence at the city of
Parsons, In Labette county and
past through the towns of Cher
ry vale, Independence, Sedan, Ar
kansas City, Ilunnewell, Caldwell
and Anthony. A board of direc
tors has been chosen' and they
will meet next week to elect of
ficers and perfect araugementsfor
inaugurating work. The diric
tory ii composed of gentlemen
along the proposed line, ex-Lieut,
Got. Humphreys, of Indepen
dence, being among the number.
The proposed lines will cover a
territory of over three hundred
miles, and as a eattle line will un
doubtedly be superior to anyroad
in the state. It is backed by
eastern capitalists who appreci
ate its importance and no pains
or expense are to be spared ia its
construction, and equipment. As
the reader will observe the same
territory ia covered that Gould
recently surveyed as far a Ar
kansas . City, the proposed line
from Wichita to Authooy being
an addition. The people along
tbo lino are enthusiastic and
plcdgo ample aid in the way of
bonds, and it is the intention to
submit proposition at tle earli
est possible moment. As loon as
the peliminsries are arrauged,
grading, bridge building, and
tracklaying will commence and
be pushed forward as rapidly as
men and money can accomp
iish tho work, the necessary
means already being pledged for
that purpose. -Anthony Kepnb
lican.
I believe that the present sum
merit one In a triad of aimil
summers, probably the middl
one. it is likely toresemble
its chief features that of lSSOai
to differ in some of its minor d
tAila.
The approaching month of Jul
will enter cool and wet and nv
prcat deal of rain- generally over
Urgo portion of the Unit
cUteo and Canad.i, while in Ore
Britain the weather will in all
probability be likewise stormy,
wet. ine storms of wind than
and lightninz are likelr tn
prove severe and frequent. The
heaviest rain for. New Vnrk and
vicinity I would locate ahortly
smer xue rum, probably the 21at
and 22nd, Between the 12th amrl
20th days an excessively hot term
win prevail throughout both Can
ada and the Uunited Star, with
additional severe storms in West
ern sections.
Within a few dayg of the close of
i .... . -
Jo
ly, likely in the neighborhood
of
the 27th and 28th days, a cool
wave may occur. carrvinp
IrosUm Canada, and cool weath-
r generally with etorms of wind,
il and rain over the United
:ates.
The entry of July, as above
cetched, is likely to be cool and
showemn both Canada and the
nited btates, and stormy weath
r. with a return to sultriness, fa
probable in proximity to tho 4th
in
most sections.
IlCJRY G. VlNJfOR.
a ran.MAyT idea.
'Darius Green, "
And his Hying machine,'
to be repeated.
It is now learned that Dr. Dan
niel Ashbury's flying machine
will be given its finishing touch
es within one week, For two
years Dr. Ashbury, with. the aid
of skilled mechanic, has been en
gaged in pefectmg this idea. So
far as can be gathered from the
description of those who have en
joyed the privilege of viewing
ing its construction, about the
following idea is given of it:
The invention reverts to first
principles; as its basis. Nature
famishes the model and the
birds of the air are robbed of
the secret of their motive power
for its purpose. The body of the
invention is in shape semethicg
between a bo?t and the body of a
bird. The wings are made of can
vas and are constructed in imita
tion of a bird's wing. They meas
ure thirty feet from tip to tip.
They are made to operate, not by
working the arms, as is supposed,
but by ingenius machinery to
which a pedal is attached, and
which is worked by the foot like
a sewing machine. This is only
used when desired to ascend. As
soon as the proper altitude is
reached .he dapping of the wings
being extended on a level, the bird
machine, with the aid of propell
ers at the sides, sails through the
air at any distance desired, The
machine is nicely balanced, and if
it is desired to descend, all that is
necessary is to throw a little ex
tra weight forward to give the
beak the right inclined downward
and the; object is attained. Dr.
Ashbury's reputation as an inven
ventor is established by bis meth
of curiug tobacco, extensively
used in this State and in "Virgin
ia, and leads to a hope that his
latest idea may be a success.
Charlotte (N.C.) Observer
R. A. WARD
jMAsrjriccBui or(
Gypsum Building: Blocks,
FLOWER VASES,
TABLE TOPS
ETC., ETC,
MEDICINE LODGE, - KAS.
BURRTON
MULE IRKS,
Burrton,
Robt. E. Faurxx,
Kansas.
-Proprietor
U01IUIIE1ITS, HEAD & FOOT
Ste;3, Urns. Ymi, etc.
Onlr the bet qualities of marble used
Lettering ami earring artistically done
Orders trom a distance promptly attend
-! to. lUrnerobe, we will tiot be un-
tif nol'l. Dtiin and prions Ptnt on so
I'lic&liou. yol l-ro 52
n ELicanin.
Medicine Lodc Kans.,
HENRY BLICEHAHN & CO.,
SflOSlE & .MARMESS MERS,
MEDICINE LODGE, KAS.
o
Kffp a full stock of erery thins: In their line. Make a specialty of stock men's
Saddle, and having; headquarter it the railroad, will sell as low9ny town on
l he road. We are here to stay, and mean business. Call and examine our goods
before buying elcwhese.
TT T?P A TimTa NT? A HPT V T.HATT? 1
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
it
BARBOUR
S,00 pf?
A. Wo RUEuSEY,
DEALER IN
MIC
BIPIU
m
KIOWA, KAS.
Supplies lor Cattle Men a specialty. Also dealers in Amunition
Revolvers, Drugs, Medicines, etc.. etc.
JOSHUA STORY,
THE VETERAN BLACKSMITH !
OF MEDICINE LODGE.
. HORSE SHOEIXG & TIRE SETTIXG A SPECIALTY.
My charges are clways reasonable and atsisfaction guarantee
ran if
ii 1
NO HUMBUG.
ZBTJT
AN ACTUAL- FACT,
THAT
-IS SELLING-
HTS ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
AT COST.
COULEV GO. MARBLE WORKS.
WILLB. CAT0N1
-MlHtTJCTUBia OF
Fcreip anl Anerican
MARBLE
UOHUMENTS,TABLETS
n
!LACSSEaDT(HI SHp;
All Kinds of
BUGGY AND WAGON WORK
Done on ahnrt notice, with neatness and dispatch. Particular atterw
tion given to HOUSE SHOEING, and satisfaction gSaran"
. . teeJ- s?rtI- Main St. Medicine Lodjre, Ka.
Aflnedrfp.ay ofnirormeprlns waoos Jmi irrlvca ar.J trill be Lrt on lad
O. W. WIX.V,
Wellington, Kansas.
CO. INDEX,"
NO HUMBUG.
AT COST.
CEMETERY
- U0E3IC .
OF ALL KINDS 1
executed ia the
i
NEATESTSTYLE.
Winfield, - Kansas
M U P 1 y tn
WW
MO
Eli smith;-
(IP
iii
.lilil
J
-
OF -
Keeps a
DRUGS AND STATIONERY
On Hand at All Times. Quick Sales and Small Profits. ,
Is My Motto.
GEORGE GEPPERT.
-DEALER IN-
TINWARE, ETC.
ALSO P1ME h .HATBfE IMiB.
W. W.
F
La
r f
Li
I HAVE THE FOLLOWING CATTLE FOR SALE.
12 Cows,
17 yearlings.-
9 Domestic cows anp calves.
G 44 two year old heifers.
15 " yearlings.
2 u fall calves.
Good stock ranch with cattle.
19 Texas three year old steers
58 " " M cows.
84 " two year old steers.
HE AD QUARTERS.
d. vanslyke;
- DEALER IN
WW.
We have the Largest Store Room in the County,
-AND HAVE THE-
I URG
ES
TSTOG OF GOODS N TOn
Ranch Supplies andtCampers' Outfits a specialty,
ir. 1st and North Maint street, . i - Medicine Lodge Kana
Stxditord & Yocmax.
Medicine Lode.
STANDIFORD,
-DEALERS
KINDS OF MERCHANDISE.
LA.RGESTOCK MENS'
TOBACCO,
vcentsfor4A winfie!d floor,
Tree
si
It
on
Full line of
COOEZ,
75 " " ' " heifers.
50 Native and half-breed cows
and calves.
40 Texas cows and half breed
calves.
40 Native and half-breed year
lings. 60 Native and half breed, cows
and calves.
40 Texas cows and half breed
calves.
: 6 Bulls.
1U1LP
RicniEDs A Rogers.
. WicbiU, Kans
YOUMAN & CO.,
IN ALL-
CLOTHING; BOOTS, SHOES,
CIGARS, ETC.
M -
n
m
ill
and. Smith & lrcComh Bro s still
Saddles.
Indian Terltory Cattle Branis !
L E.R0CK.
Knnwn as the
half Diamond K
brand, same on
left Jaw of younj
cattle. P.O.roridCreek
fndhn Terrkroy. Range on Wagon
Creek. 1-5
F.A.SANBORN.
Known as Anch
or brand, on either
fiofornip. lounjr
" 1 1 cattle branded 5 on
if left Jaw. Earmark
T ""a7riirr half under crop
off rljrht, underhanck In left. Ranch on
Wagon creek. P. O. Pond Creek, Indian
Territorv. 7-yi
GREEVER,
HOUGHTON &
.-co.-
Ranch south of
1 1 mi - H I wi"iivii, tv iuiics
Cimarron, 70 miles
Lod&e.
- j vi . jucuicine
P. O. Medicine Lodge. Eir
mark, stw tooth In each ear. .
IS
WATKINS
STITH.
Known as curry
comb brand-anywhere
on animal.
P. O. Medicine
Lodge. Ranch at
LloxSpHnzii
Earmark, crop off left.
nnerbit in right.
9-yl
EWELLBROS.
On both sides or
hips. Ear marks,
smooth crop off
each ear.
Ranch on Eagle
chief. P.O. Kiowa.
19jl
UlVii'n nnnn
On1eft8tde. Dew
lap on all yonng
tocK. Some cattle
branded U 1 on
ht hip and some
with Italic N on rihsrt bio. Ear mark
crop off rljcht Jtnderbit in left. P O
Kiowa. Ranch on Driftwood 19
U. HODSON
&CO.
Known as Flar
ing H on right
I 1 7 . nip or shoulder
9) f Steera branded
MtlcijUMii 1 L, m on left aide
r behind shoulder
and cross on onnnstte aide. Tfaniro nn
Cold Water Jndian T. P O Hutchinson,
xana 2-2
JKA BOONE.
ffV" -A0 Pn A on
Ear marksxroD
and 2 splits In
left. Ranch on
Driftwood. P O
Kiowa. 2G
1 1 in nni "
C1IAS. BF.ACK
aTONE. S Known as the
rf i L.B. brand con
nected, on both
t a hipsorside8. Ear
11 marks, crop and
In rlcrht T n
Kiowa. ICas.
JE' CUDDY &
Young stock
branded 61 . on
right side, and
half circle on left
Old stock 61 and
half circle on
right Bide. Ad
ditional brand, half cirlce L. on right
side. 1 O. Fond Creek, lnd. Ter. ranch
on Wagon creek. 42
Baitoir Connty Stocl Brands !
-W. H.
MORIARTY I
Known as the
half circle 3 links
brand anywhere
on animal.
P. O . Lake Ci ty, Kansas 1 9 m6
COBLE BROS.
J
! i V Known as the
I " ' 21 r Warsh Board. On
J ,ni I either side or hlD.
U - I Additional
1) C0 brands: BC, bar
VI LrJ$ L ?C BC bar and C
w-y bar on left side.
P O Medicine Lodge. 34
JOHNKEYES.
Two xey eg on
left tide and small
circle on right
hip of some, and
on left of others.
Ear marks, crop
and underbit In
right, swallow
fork in left.
P O Elm Mills. 42
ESIILL BROS.
On left hip. some
branded same as
this with bar be
low. P O sun City,
range ou lower big
Mule creek.
J AS. WILSON.
V
" .'J " Anywhere on 1
i)$ I animal. car
1 bra nd ed w
f smaller brand.
V (I A1mJ Wbra
- if P Office Medic
the
calres
with
f (I AIM J W brand
J f IIP Office Medicine
t l Lodge.
C3 W.T.DAVIS.
On either side .
Additional brand,
cirele S on left
l m,, nip. Ear mark.
Y under slope and
J '"'JSS upper Lit, Post
office iike City . 2-3
FONT'S
LIVERY AHD FEED STABLE!
If voa want your fiorce to have
good hay and btabliDg, give me a
a call.
Stable cor. south Jlain street
and Kansas av., Medicine Lodge
Eansas.-, . 13
I Hum) L,
af T,1Mr Tn76r -
1!
3 V
11 I?) I
frry ' mutm I rl or
1
1-:
L
X B
f ( r
BRANDS, EAR MARKS, EC,
)OFTnr.(
Comanche CountiPoGl"
it
TER & EVANS.
Kll on either
side and bar tin
der the tall. Ea
marks Jlneri,
Bob in eneh ear.
Aii;ftjk.i
Brands: Heart npsldedown on left hip,
Ear marks-swallow lork In each ear
on some cattle. Another lot branded It
3 on side and hip and rail on cither side.
- - "" v.. ems mill t, Qj JJ
hipcrop In left underhalf crop In rlffht
Some branded II on side and II on left
hlD cron and underbit each .
other lot II on left side. Anotw w
Arrow brand on left hiD-oIit in
car.
On each r!1a nr
ictt Mn.
ADDlTIOXAt
Brands: Seventy-Four
connect -!,
on left hip c(
some cattle.
Additional
RRiwna
7 & II II on left
hip. side and neck
ot some cattle.
enty-Fonr con-
Jnectwl,on left hip.
P O Sun City.
W.PAYNE,
F p'orJcaioln. n
,nr J P connected rn
j J each side. Ear
1 JT mark crop each
I l,r..., 1 ear and underhit
Jt' In left. 'Inrsfl
1 MM-aav avsfj
brand P on left hip. P O Sun clfy
MATTER & Co
V
jk 1 1113 brand on
J on both hips
of cows.
Post office Lake
, City.
NELSON
On both hips.
Post office, Lake
City.
Wm. BLAIR.
rost Office
Lake Oity.
J. B. DOYLE.
SeTcnty-Slx con
nected on right
side behind shoul
der or on neck.
ST -sr
C. W. JAMES.
charge)
circle
right
Q. KTJTTItUFF
Known . as the
V (1 apurbram'.
'
FRED TAIN
TOR.
Known as the
T. F connected
hrn.nd. tn lmth
2 sides, p O Hun
City.
J. M.RAWLINS.
Also I bar
on right side of
young stocK.
OldetocK no car
" marks. Branded
trlanelA It nn lft
C3i
Is hip and I bar on
right hip.
W. R. COLCORD
Known as the
Jug orand. No
ear maras.
A.M'CARTY
On both hips.
P O Lake City
LI. KIRK.
On both side
ofanfmal.
Some branded
A bar on left
aide and A T on
light sido. Same
ear mark as above
All of the aboTe ctttle are held on-
Evans' range tn Comanche county. .
Any person or persons selling or ship
ping cattle bearing these brands and
marks, without leiral power of attorney
will be prosecuted to the full extentof
the law.
C. C. PEPPERD
perd's brand, sam
with underneath. P O San City
antli on 2ig JJuie.
27
J. F. HOPPER &
t . BROS.
j Aho circle II on
left hip and tidof
Texas cattle. iv
nestle car mark.
) two eitts in runs
' Hiul ("is Jri l-ft.
Tcxa.Utan-l im-Jerbltln I ht. Ranch
1 llilil
V
VTiil
j3
1 7 (
1 W
Aho half
L - I cross J on
A (1 hip
f r P O Lake City
6
1
fern
JOHN WILSON.
Wl Some cattl
- I branded Ox Yoke
I Won left hip. Eai
' 1 1 "V 1 1 mrrk underslope
J f . ) If each ear.
1 Ai j On Idp and
I 'At. I Ear msrxs,. croj
I I off eath far. half
V f (I elope In the left.
1 il Lawrencw rep-
on Biz Mu!c. V. O. ckin C y "

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