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. ,- rilWIJ r i w VOLUME 1. 7 " ? Qssmr, DR. H. H. YOST, I'UACnCAI. AMSl!i:Mini OPTICIAN. (Kirnii-rlririn Miifiie... ! ) lle.iiectfully aiiii'iunce. to tin eoiile of 1 Wlelilln ninl mm nnimlliiK country lliHt lip li.'in oiieneil lilsnflire In the Moro ol II. A. Ileuson'ii, .L . t. ........... 1. ..,-.,.- i .. !.. .. I.j.ka .ill -.nil.. -!.. IIIHUW1 nuiiHUi wwiwuu., iiii'ivaii rnnLiiiih i rum untnrumi. ili-ni-l'.t n Ulim h lmli.nl tliornuch examination, inadn on btrlctly fclen tillc irinclplps. with all thr Into ajiiIiRtiees known to iniwlern M-ienre- of ojitics, to uncertain ami correct Selective tltiiriim mhIix-i .Myopia, llrperanetroila, ISresliyojiia mut At,tlj;lnlltn All form o! Unlit requiring Mirluns tlnti-il glltMiOS. When the vomiir mnn .-iiitilleJ to Iloi-ire I ;reely Tor n l.isllloti, tlia j;reat journalist askeil, Wliatunj.ini know!" On presenting his llIonia n n Krailuate, Ilreely shj, "I don't care for thsl, It Wgnoil In IU place, hut what uo j on know Ho iol know anitiiim. j IMlAimCALI.Y." I Xow, Jlr II II otroniM to tlm people fi thleclt anil county feeling confident thnt he j thoroughly understand! Ilia jirlnrljilej of optics i by reason oftinlliiganil gathering knowledge frnni the exMrircre of our iiiOhlcciQntiGc men . of this onuulrr, ahoof i:urope,laringth pait hundred years. Slorelhanall run ansrer Hie j question Hked bylireelj.l know Itprartlcally Having traielril lor years doing nothing else , but cxHinlnlni; defective eje? Hint rarrcctlng tliiMlslmj i.r Hie n.Hiiie with trtltlctl lern.es, I , nay this, irthere Is nnolher Uptlclnn on lartli l that has ntle.1 more pectnrlei thin 1 hne, II would liku to see him. .1 hon't l.rLlM K : l.!VKr Furthermore, Inil.roveinents In the construc tion of specUicles and o)e-glasseshs kejiti'iiual puce with other Improvements of this wonder Jiil nge, ami lr Yost wKlue tosny to the pro file that hi IJraillla" i'rhhle 1'ii'es tire rn ' . i .. ...f.i.. . t .!.. t i.i... i sinieieil on Mllili m;i-iiliiii iiijiii'ii-i. hum , hi.v iH-rsou. no matter vvhst th rau.e ..I their ' ilefei-.tlvi vision may be, who will come to the orilco of Ilr Yot, have their eye-i tested hi a -clentlilc manner and fitted with n ralr of his i nrarlllau l'ehlile Leiues, maOo to Iiln onlrr ami ...... l. , r. t.l. ...Ill .. 1.-.... ...! AlillHIClT Ot Hl ll-, will Ji'iftHni imiii'J oii'i aavtmlr.frreat lire the devices of man I llr. Youl aimri hlsrlilvrecoiuiiieiideil byuuiii- irousrmlntintphvslciaus IhruUghnul the Statu with fiattrrlng be.-tlucales. nlni statements Trlfhout nnmherslrom Icwllne hrniuess men 'aaaavr &sjn -ars- . .i-mKiHi .a?KsalBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBffif :r j3BaaaaaaVva?B?asjaBW u asBBBBBSSK:.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBw v .--y Iroui nil jiartsol the emiutry hparo will not 1'lensr rudcarelully and then comonud ' lorrourvelf. ,relugi believing " JOI.A, hASS.VS, MJIV i, issl j This is to ceitilv that I have hem ii-iug i Isi-es jiuiihaseilofllr. II II. Yo-t, uinl wifsr have given gwl butlsliirtlon I believe the doctor undrrMaiids his luiilm-i-, uud would cjieerflillyrccouinieiiil him to the public All if wldeli'ls ieiiertflillr sulimltleil. Hit. C.GII.M1IAN. ' Ft. I.KAvasworTii, Max., Maj W, 1WI. Ilr. II. II. Yost iinderstiiiiils the irinciIv-i of optics, ami ol lilting ;!lai-es to eos lequlrlng nlierlral nrcylludihal lenses, thoroughly. ?' ; ' I! U. I'KYKIt, M, I). loi v, KAsA, Mnv 111, 1S. To teiow i iy rosrna." Having used glasses for some Ihhtv jenrs, I can certify thit Urn l!iar.lliaii pehliln lenses m the best I ever iiseil eiifli as llr II. 11 Ynl 1:4 cm ,ale and, fintheniiorc, 1 can ircom ineud him us one of the best opticians I know or. which can lie ccrlir.ed !o li) quite .1 number 4ifiircltlmiiii lola 11. W. aci:us. I'mjiiletur loll Sllneial Well, lols, Kiin-u". Iiiijv, hAsAs, Jl.i III, lhsl This cerlllles Hist about in jear ago I pur chascil two pidrs or ppectacles one julr lor my ire and one pair lor msell which hav given entire satisfaction, rmm llr. II. 11 Yost, and I ehceiTullv recommend htm to the public as an optician of the llrt-clss 1 C II IIOl'l.sON, M 1). Ioi.a, Kassvs, -May 10, ,!)! My wife purcua-ed glasses of Ur. II II. 1 In (ilrunl, Kansis, about eighteen months . ost. ' aim. Which have proven entlrelv sallsfsctor , anl I cheerlull; ri-ciiiimieud the Doctor as an optte.- '"' wn.i.is s wr.ur., l'astor llaptlst t hiirch. Ioi.a, Kasas, .May t', 11. 11 Is with the gieatest ple-isiire that I state tlial some tliuenpi I had mv vision corrected bytheskiliritlhaiHlsofllr. H II. Yost, with a .ir. if nu Km; HI i ii nclilile lenses, and now I iroui nu iiarii oi inn wniuui ,nl,! om iii ',.,. ... ,.i ni i , alow lis to puhllkh but small, lEiirsMAttiDulc heio requested Ilobbs part or them. ... . room of all except the witnc I .... ..I .... v.. I. .11.- .....I l.a. .......n ulnl .on consider tint it Is a. lutv I otfo the public to ssyr awavj ,cd d lioKectn as jol v as on prc that thev-Hre all 1 could divilrc: and I would not . ., , . ,. .' . tike teVilm-s whnt ihev cost and psrt with mv vlntis visits; wasmoic sober; he did not sjrt'ctacles. .1. K. ISOYI). i:-Jtnlge KUlKKA, K VNSA1. I have known 1 II. H lost, formerly ol lies Moinri, Iowa, for the past llility jcars, or alncn bovhmsl. and can tlicerfUHy it-commend him to the public or the iiijilof hans-isas.i skllllul optician ; and II there is n doctor In Kansas -that can correct the Iltni, Hr lost can do It, to my own jiersiinnl knowledge. I.ii.v, Kansas, liny 1!', lsl. Having experienced s pood deal of dlitleulty In uhUtlDliiK the proper leiie l.ir in; eves, I finally piitv!is.cd a palrof llr. II. II. lot. ami Ihev give entire satisfaction. 1 can t hocrfullj rccoiiuiicnil him as an optician to an) requiring aid. Uespictfully, uuut,Uni,r. Oh, Yes! Oh, Yes! HERB WE COME AGAIN! Another man arises to tcslif) what Dr. Yost has done for him So glv e ear all e men of un derstanding a voice in jour midst wakc-tli. Wichita, Kansas, June 12th, lss( With pleasure I State to the public that seine time ate. after being dreadfall bothered to feet spectacle that I could use without fntlgcingy eyes, I applied to Hr Yot, and was fitted Tilth a palrof his Improve! lenses. Ann, on, waini commit 1 take In tising them' No tiring of eyes; can read or write as long a 1 please : eves perfectly cool and comfortable. 1 reel no that 1 can continue In my bninc, which is Tery bard on thu cjnJght (vcriting a ginnl deal). fmisimnsaKs.,-, . audlnoldaKehvt.rjcw - orlhnianyUniesw - !iatl they vronbl have been had I continued the em- I plrleal haphatard plan or buying any kind of, glasses kept by the storekc-ciwrs. hould 1 ever j need to hny glaos again, most assnnHtlyl would buy of none other than a practical optic- ian.sudi as I consider Dr. Yost to be In the fall' emanlng of tho term. Yours" reycctfiillj, . A. T OWK.V nh f j - I tttti j ro unTV4Tf'irTYI? JiUlvKlo XlKJXLlLUrj. FULL GIST OF THE TESTI MONY BROUGHT OUT AT THE INQUEST. The Prisoners in Court How They Looked and Acted. THE VERDICT OF THE JURY POPULAR FEELING, ETC. The IlurrU homicide continues to be tbc all aliorljinjr tlicmc of conversation, and lb freely lhcusc(l ill Its various phages, the i balance of public opinion seeming to be in arcoriliincc with tbc findings of the coron- ' erNjiiry. Lous bclore the hour for hold ing the inquest lud arrived yester dav liiornlriL'. Jud"C Ilobbs' oflicc w-s crowded with people anxious to gain further knowledge ot the murder, and to hear the evidence of the score of witnesses i sumninncd to appear and testify, and it was I with the utmost difficulty that the officers kept the throng from crowding the attor neys, jury, judge and newspaper reporters out of tb'c baik windows. At about 3 o'clock Acting Coroner Judge Ilobbs called the house to order, and the Inquest began, Deputy County Attorney Frank Dale anii-ting Judge Ilobln in tbc examination of witnesses. The jury wai composed ol flic following gentlemen: JIurray AHcrs, J. I. Oat hvell, 11. SI. .lone-', A. J. Stanley. Win. T. Jewett i and Tlw. II. Lynch. Soon alter the jury wcic iu their catf, flic two prisoner. -Itichanl K. Uradlcy, su-plcloncd of the murder, and Alice Shockley, or "Cy clone," the woman with him when arrett ed, were brought into the room, and a they puscd through the crowd up to the wltne-s stand, confidcr.ible excitement . I,.,l., UU lliaMICSl. 1111(1 tllCY WCTC ClOSClV ' scrutinized by one and all. "Cy clone" was defiant and brazen and tool: her seat with an air of indifferent contempt for all pre-ent, evidently intend ing to "check" it out as. best she could Uradlcy seemed nervous and ill at case, and the perspiration stood out in beaded drops on his forehead. His appearance otherwise was respectful and retiring, )ct he seemed to fully realize the unenviable position in which he was placed The lir-jt witness called wjs aliui: siiockixy, on 'Cvci.onk," who, after being sworn,-said- 1 IIcin tbc eastern jiait of the city; came here Iroui Carthage, Slo.; hac known Uradlcy since ias February: saw him nearly ecrv lav r ... " ., . , , , 'or lat two months ; saw him In the niorn- ing and afternoon of the day he was arrest cd ; again 'aw him at Miss Slinuie's, near Zephyr mills, at aboutl0:3!i the night or the murder.. Attorney Wall here shied his cas tor into the ring, and said that he appeared . . , .. ., . -., a. as the eoun-cl for Uradlcy and Jliss Shock- it.y nnj instrui ted her to auswer no more .. ... ... ,,, ... ,. qucstions.Mating that neither of the parties I could legally lie compelled to testify at the . . , . 1t ,. . . ,r , . ta, inquest. Judge Hobbs dilfered with Wall on this polutof law, and commanded the "Cyclone'-' to answer all questions that were not calculated to implicate herself. to clear the esse" and jury. but as .Ir. Wnll said he would retire, the spectators were all allowed to remain. 'Cycohic." however, remained true to Wall's instructions, and peremptorily re fused to answer any and all questions. Hobbs then ordered, Constable Worral to take hcrto jail until she would comply with liN order. Doc. proceeded to -;arry out the Instructions of the coroner, and said, "Come along, Sis ;" but Sis didn't come worth a tent, until Doc took her by the arm uud hurried her front the room, much to the amusement of Hie crowd. The next witness to testify was miss mi.nnih iirun.vsjK, who laid : Have, lived in Wichita since la September; am not personally acquainted with Hradley, though know him by sight; know Iturris by sight; ho was at my houso about two months ago with Jack Iltirr, or (I. String Jack; Uradlcy was at my hou'e on night of murder, between 10 and 11 o'clock; had no conversation with him ; he was in room with "Cy clone;" they went away about ten minutes after Uradlcy came ; Bradley and "Cyclone" held a whispered consulta tion, when Hie latter remarked that they must go; Iturris am liradiey were never at my bou'e together; "C.v clone," came to my houso about eishtoVIoekanil remained un til Hradley came; 'Cyclone'' had a re volver when she. came to my house about a week ago; (here Dale showed her a white limie handled revolver, .'! calibre), her revolver was liketh.it; wa about II o'clock when Cyclone and Ilradloy went appear like liini'elf. mixxii: RUSH It V was next called. I.ivo at SIIs Minnie's; I was present when Hradley camo; it wa II o'clock; did nttnoticc him particularly merely spoke to him; was a lew feet from , him ; left the room shortly after lie came ; don't, know from which direction he came to tlio house: he is usually jolly when call ing, hut did not notice his appearance on this occasion. I.OTTIi: WILLI VMS ' testified; Live at .Minnie's; know Hradley by sight nud am slightly acquainted witli i Cyclone; saw Hradley when he came, but lllll lull liuucc tMiviurt uri. j v-t.iii-ii ui j fiol ; It wa't shout 11 o'clock; she stayed ' only a few minutes ; had not seen him ,be- , fore that evening ; Cyclone came with I.ir- zie JelTer; tlid not see Cyclone have a 11.1 .... .1 .. I.ll.. l. ...us ... flll.J AW pistol; never iw HurrH there; Hradley generally stayed somo lime. , UKtlKCC.V MTTI.lt. I.ivo at Minnie's ; havo been there three i or four weeks; saw Cyclone there Tuesday night ; don't know when she was there be fore; only know Hradley by sight; was just going to bed when he came; never saw Hradlev or C'vclonc have a pitol; did not see Bradley on the evening of the murder until be called. MISS Ml.NNU:, liKCAMXIi. Saw Iturris twice; was at myhoue onccf Hradley was not there on that occasion ; . - . , . . . M' - l, - '""c'' ,,','""'" """"-"-" -,"" times, hut ltrsilley was not w ith her. HI!. O. C. I'L'KLKY held the post mortem inspection of llurris on tijC nlglit trtliOlTtfi: fbuntl he cjmc to j.s tcatj, 1)V a pj.tol hall : it eutcred tl8 ueaii jjow the right eve and went out hc- f low the Jobe of the right car; such a wound wotililTatue death In a few minutes; It was I about eleven o'clock when 1 saw him. n. i:inki:ox. Have known Cyclone two and a half months: know Bradley by sight; have seen thtm together; know Hurrjs; Cy clone has depotitcd xnouey with nic; last dciosit was a week ago last Saturday at about 4 p. in.; now have ?10 belonging to j Ovcloue;- hcUaa told me about quarreling with Hradley; the quarrel was about other men coming 6 'see her; known Bradley over two months; his business is selling whisky: baw him about 0 o'clock on the night of the murder; left ,hlm near' Mr. Dill's on Douglas avenue; was talking witu mm about 9U2 that night; told me he was going n on Prlsn nnrer tsltreit with him about Burris; saw Burris Fiday near depot; never saw Bradley hare piitol; "Cyclone" had a pistol In her house about a month .1 ( v". ae 8aw u wucn sbc was Uvins on Fourth Iavcnue. uont know what became of It; she said a man named Keller took it away from Uer; think she moved on last Friday to Mosley avenue; pistol looked like a thirty-eight-caliber; had white bone or ivory handle ; last time aw pistol was a month ago; she said Burris wag at her Uiouse two weeks ago last Sunday; she would not let mm in; ne was utuns uu broke in the back door; never heard her make any threats; she spoke friendly of him ; the pistol Dale has resembles In looks and size the one Cyclone had. MR9. C. W. HAINES. Burris came into our itorc about 10 o'clock night of murder ; he remarked that he was tired and would go to bed as soon as he smoked his cigar ; heard him step back into his house ; heard shot immediate ly after ; had heard or saw no one prowling around ; I was not in his bouse. Mil. I'. W. HAINES. Live north of Burris' house four doors; saw Burris when he went into my place for a ci-.'ar: I was on the walk leaning against the awning post; saw the flash of the pis tol; got a lamp and went immediately tuto his house; saw no one prowling around that day; heard Burris fall ; it was between 10 and 11 o'clock; the back door or his house was open ; pistol was shot inside of his house; do not know Bradley. A O. LOISIIKLL. Live four lots north ; heard shot ; was In bed; sleep on south side or house near win dow: heard some one ;pass through the al ley by my house, and .in .about thirty min utes iieard him go back iu alley to side walk; whoever it was seemed to be in a hurry; was about 10:: when last heard him ; saw a man go up alley about 4.S0 in afternoon and look in Hums' window; he also looked into coal shed In the rear ; the man 1 saw strongly resembled Bradley, and I think they arc one and the same. J. II. HEAL. Woik in the Lynch building on corner ot Slain street, north or Burrls's house ; be twecu Cauil 7 o'clock a heavy-set mau with light complexion and light colored mus tache, came up ; asked me H 1 knew uurns, and where ho was; told him he was likely iu his ollicc; showed him where the office was; he went to it and leaned over and looked in. (Here he was asked if Bradley was the man) and carefully looking at him he said, that is not the man I talked with ; don't thiuk I ever saw this man (Uradlcy) before ; it was a heav. Ier and taller man, but not him. J. E. MAMll'X. Heard shooting; was at home; heard two groans ; heard some noNc back of my house; don't know what made it; saw Burris day of murder talking in anger with strange woman. HICHAM) E. Hit ABLE Y. The prisoner here took the stand. Have lived here since last January; been work ing at various Jobs part of tbc time; never saw Burris; do not know what kind of a looking man he is ; did not eo Cyclone's pistol ; she had pistol some time ago ; she said Kel ler stole it; that was about three weeks ago; she and I had a little trouble; I told hcrthatlfshe wanted to live with me she would have to give up all other men. Dalo took from his pocket the pistol already re ferred to and akcd him IT he had over seen it before. He declined to answer, saying that his attorney had charged him uot to answer any questions, and that he had al ready said too much, hut finally he declared ho had never seen the pistol before, lie said : Hetw ecu 8 and 0 o'clock on the night of the murder I was at Creamer's shoo shop or at Doc. Kcsslcr's ; went to see Cy clone about 0 o'clock; I was not near the Occidental hotel that day, only as I passed In tho street cartojiil; never saw Burris to know him ; never made a threat in earn est to kill anyone in my life; never bor rowed a pistol or Cyclone. .MRS. .1. l:. LOWELL. Live on "laln street north or where the murder occurred; heard the pistol shot ; it was after 10 o'clock Tuesday night; saw no one before I heard the report of the pistol; heard a man come up the alley by my house and onto the walk soon after the shot ; he w as about six feet from me ; I was looking out of front window to store ; man stopped in front or store; bis back was to ward me; he was a good sized man; he leaned over forward and looked up toward Hurrrls' office. Looking at Bradley she continued: I could not say whether this is the man or not, but he strongly resembles Ihc one 1 saw. The man I saw also passed my window in the afternoon but I did not notice where ho went, only he went from sidewalk cast by my store into the alley. AM1IK I.ORRELL. Am fifteen years old; was up at time of shooting; nvv no one at night. Looking at Hradley she said: He looks Hko the man 1 saw conic through tho narrow al ley by the hoile and go back of Burris' and look into the window; this was between two and three, in the afternoon, w. II. THOMAS. Hun a shooting gallery on Douglas ave nue; am slightly acquainted with Hradley; lie borrowed a dime of inc to pay street car fare on Tuesdny afternoon when ho went to jail; I saw him get on when he went and get oil when he returned ; wr.s gone about two hours; he got off on Douglas avenuo. MU'.MAN KEMl. Know Hradley by sight ; saw hinrabout 11 o'clock Tnesday night at iiss Minnie's ; he appeared frightened and nervous: seemed to be in a hurry; was panting; he was there only a few minutes; I never spoke to Cyclone; known Hurris a loug time; never heard him speak of Hradley. o. SIRING JACK. Know. Burris; have see him and Cyclone together at her house ; it was about three weeks ago; I!urri wanted to borrow my pistol; said he wanted even chauces with Hradley ; have seen Cyclone and Hradley together, the last time was about two weeks- ago; let Burris have my pistol; be return ed it the next day ; I look Burris to Cy clone's house, hut did not see Hradley there that night. i miss in.v Mvimrx. Live on Slarkct street; saw woman walk lug aloug street with L'urris day ol murder; they teemed to""ha Uilkiug angrily; could not distinguish words; never saw Bradley before to-day ; llurris and woman went up Slarkct street towards opera house. M. C. FLORA. Know Hradley and Cj clone; don't know that'I"' ever saw Hurris ; Cyclone told mc Harris wa keeping her money; she said a few days ago she was going to deposit ?00 with Burris. and the next day she Was broke. He and Cyclone were at Stlss SHnnle's about 9 o'clock Tuesday night; she scemcU scared; heard shot after got home; live about 200 yards cast fromBurris' home. MARSHAL CAIRNS. Know but little bout the affair; wai In front of Valley house when I heard Burris wa shot ; G. Siring told mo; we t once concluded that tho party who did the shoot ing was Hradley ; when I arrested Bradley he was trembling and badly excited; a few day before the hooting Cyclone and BurrU came up frwo Caldwell on the train together, and Bradley wa at fthe train to meet her; BurrU aw him and ; to avoid him got off the train on the aide from where Bradley was ; sever beard Burris mention Bradlcy't nine ; Cydoae and Bradley were together whea I arrested him; she started off, but befora she had got lar away Bradley called to her over h'.s shoulder telling her that he would send her word what to do a tees as he could - Bradley asked ao queatloa aa WICHITA, KANSAS, to whv he was arrested nor did Cyclone -t.. J. ?.!! , ,irfr fTIU.U nf vmo liuavM MI.W -" , - To give Baker a chance to recognize Brad -ley as the mau he saw In the.rear of Burris' BIG house, the prisoner was brought into the room and placed in a row or severa other men. Baker was then asked to pick out his man, but was unable to do so, see ing no striking resemblance between the man he saw in the alley and Bradley. This completing the evidence, the room was cleared at about 3-15 p. m., and the jury allowed to come to a verdict, which was ar rived at in about fifteen minutes, and is as follows : At an inquisition held on the dead body of B. L. Burris this 19th day of June, 1884, in thc city or Wichita, Sedgwick county, Kansas, we, the jurors sworn in said cause, do find that thc said B. L. Burris came to his death from the eflects or a pistol hall entering into and through the head of said B. L. Burris; we, the jury, do recommend thatltichardK.Bradlevbeheldtoanswerthe charge or willfully and feloniously and with malice aforethought shooting it through the body orhim: the said B. L. Burris, with in tent thc said B. L. Burris to kill. Signed. SlL'RRAY SlYERfc, Foreman. 11. SI. Jones. J. D. Caldwell. A. J. Stanley. Wm. T Jewett. Thos. II. Lynch. Thc finding or the coroner's jury is a sur prise to no ono, and could hardly he other wise in its nature. While the evidence is purely or a circumstantial and visionary nature, it bears certain features so strong ly pointing to Bradley as the guilty party, that it was right and proper for them to recommend that he he arrested on tho charge of murdcr.and bound o cr lor trial In tho district court, and we presume the county attorney will take all necessary steps to this end to-day. Iu our judgment, however, he should not bo the only one held to answer ror this crime, as it is quite evident that if he is really guilty of the deed, ho was greatly influenced to the act by thc woman Cyclone, who seems to exer cise a wonderrul power over his every way. While Bradley is strongly marked by dissipation and has probably long been as sociated with thc lowest clement orsociety, he has not a vicious look or appearance, and irhe is guilty there is but little doubt that a money influence was brought to bear, which led him to the act. However, as lie has been committed to await trial, no doubt all facts will be brough out at the proper time, and until then it ie hut just to suspend judgment astohisguiltorinnoccnse. Kvery opportunity should be afforded him for a lair and impartial trial, and this wc know be will receive at thc hands of thc people or this county. Attorney Wall has been re tained as his counsel, and J. D. Houston will assist thc prosecution. Dr. J. SI. Cunningham aud wire, son-in-law and daughter orthe late Sir. Burris ar rived in the city last night from Las Vegas, their home, having received a telegraph not tlce or tho murder within forty-five minutes after it occurred. Dr. Cunningham wii1 offer a reward or 300 ror any inrormation leading to the conviction or thc party or parties who perpetrated tiie Toul murder. The remains or Sir. Burris will be taken in charge by Dr. Cunningham to-day, and may be sent to Las Vegas ror interment. WELLINGTON TO WINFIELD. Yesterday morning was not a desirable one lor a picnic party. During the night previous it had rained heavily. Aotwith- standlng this thc scholars or the Ji. 1 sau- bath school and others gathered ,at mc Southern Kansas depot to thc number of 350. Had thc weather been pleasant twice as many would have been there. At 9 o'clock Hank Slcssengcr, division superin tendent of thc Southern Kansas road, and one or the best railroad boys in the state, called out, "all aboard" and tho train moved out. The run to our..sistcr city on the Walnut revealed the riches orthe val ley in fields or ripening wheat and rich, waving corn. At Winflcld we were met by a large num ber or the citizens, headed by thc Courier and Juvenile bands, ltev. B. Kelly, Kd. 1. Greer, SI. L. Uccd and others have thc lasting good will of our party lor lavors shown. Here we again round kind Provi dence had favored drouthy Kansas. The bcautirul park so kindly tendered lo our school was round too damp for use. The people or Wintield, with true western en terprise and hospitality, then threw open the doors or their opera house, where all hands listened to the fine music Irom the bands and bivouacked for dinner. Helore adjourning from thc hall, on motion or S. F. Hargis, the thanks of our party wcro tendered to tho people ofWInficld for their kindness. Duriug thc afternoon walks and drives wcro taken. Our people mingled with thc utmost good feeling among their friends and all succeeded in hav ing a good time in spite ofthc mud. Wintield, with her solid stone walks, beautiful shade tress and fine residences presents a much more attractive appearance than our city. She is a beauty. After all had picknlcked and returned to thc depot for the homeward run, none were sorry of the trip, although the day was not such as wo wonld have ordered. THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Chicago, June 19. The -ub-coin-mittee on arrangements of tho Na tional Democratic convention to-day issued thc following: Democratic National convention. l.oom27. l'nliuer house, Chicago, Juno 10, 188 i. The applications made to the member of the National convention for tickets of admission to the Democratic National convention indicate a lnisiniderstaiiJ injr of the method by which they are distributed. Tickets arc printed aud issued bv thc convention according to rules winch have been followed at pre vious conventions. They cannot be given as ,a favor to anv person. The hall will nave 10,.r00 Keats and of these two thousand will be occupied by delegates, alternates, ollicers and committees. About eight hundred eat will be allotted to thc press. Subscribers to the fund to pty expenses will receive 750 tickets and 750 more will be iued for distribu tion among local committees-, city and county officers. It is supposed 1,200 tickets will be given to senators and representatives in congress, vete rans and other eminent men of tho country who shall attend the convention: 950 tickets will be reserved by the national committee for contingencies aud tho ro inahidcr of the tickets will be given to thc delegate-, making six tickets each for distribution to the public Applications of newspapers tor ucsk nnv Juno tin mittcc apolis F. Viias, was about nine vcars has not vet been recovered. RELEASED. rtKVEL.A.-D. June 19. Edward Sctvwmrtx, one of thc Stanley brokers. rt - -- released from jail this afternoon aaffissl junmm. ilcrrcs siiouiu uc mauc prior 10 . :, Smal. fcoIore1). MUliKcn, jiontcii I iiuiUmatfc ti..''' of the mhiui, anu i (,I.b.ui,I .tmh. Atcut km sc ui 30. by .letters :ddrcscd to Aus-, anj Keed. A letter w a read from :1(i3cc that much money in the hands of, ists-iu-riie If Brown, chairman of tbc coin-; 5ccrC(arv IJncoln, now in .New f j,e eonthern people and there was no ro-L-dani-l on pre" ami tciegrapu, inuiau-' yox.j. cxpressinj: hearty coil- 1'-Gf a raid on the treasury, isnt ttic i.ah Lorr; t. - Jae. -. -'j. .Indiana. W.L.Oorov, . currence in the object of the ( njomcata propo-ttion ws inatW to do j ",'B!H w Com. on Arrangements. ' " s 1- - .. ti f'ak .T.'mV.plicatio:. table, am) !ts g .t njr gj-j ,j- , tua ,.. inuiu, DROWNED. THE ENGLISH INVESTIGATION. down to llglin OUl BOW niJCll it I- "- . i.J iii,t taeoo grtoi, &JJ SU, I OCIC &C .' Minseawus. Kan., .Tunc 19- Vasiiisctos. June IS.-Hon W. in: . rToT P' cWju, ... ,, t. . . . . 'raVUarson.asonofex-ShcriffCar-.ll. English was called, and tistitied i-lattoa ?'5 "" rTL,. " 1 nirte firm a5 . f-ru. ; IT 1 T ill MI if in drowned In the river at this that he' had talked !.XSri"V fellS JStSStUrXSi , 4 U B 1 UH HIT nl this aftenioon about three bers concemin'' hu. sons case, hut irom u pea titvsJ06.VoT-MTna.J,w.a o'dock litis altcrnoon while in bathin- never ollcred ladnccmcm to any ""Xsjr: iWnawtoiw sr-fcu. u vmM . rra 1-4. a.h ..! rtatij With several companions. The boy one. . , ,. .. , ,. 231 'tZ ' tbee ?Vt W. 2. 'ZxJXtitt ' 1U FRIDAY MORNING, JUKE 2Q, 1S84. T"T?T "I7PP A P1TTP NPW -1 Ji-L'kfc--KAi lilO JN, & RATIFICATION WASHINGTON. AT Speeches Made by Sherman, Hawley and Others. ENGLISH BEFORE THE EXAM INING COMMITTEE. Other Interesting Telegrams From all Parts of the Country. WASHINGTON RATIFIES. Washington, June 19. The first ratification of the action of the Chica go convention by J.epubllcans of the District of Columbia took place tc- night with thc accompanyment of a large anil enthusiastic audience, elec tric lights, lire works,a display of llag? and bunting, a line baud of music and speeches by some of tlicbc-t oratori cal talent in congress. Three large platforms wero erected on tile city hall piaz.a and from these thc speakers addressed the assemblage. Judge Shellabarger presided at tho principal platform on which some of the most prominent Republicans in official life had scats. Gen. ILnvley called the mpptinL' to order, after which Judge Shnllnbaracr oiicucd it in a brief qieecb. Wm. Lawrence, oC Ohio, read a series of resolutions endorsing and ratifying tho Republican nomina tions for pre-ident and vice-president, and setting forth thc reasons why lllaine and Logan should he supported and elected by those who have the best istercsts "of thc country at heart. The resolutions were adopted with cheers. Judge Shellaborger introduced Hon. John Sherman as the first speaker. Sherman said : I will support the nominations. rChcers.l Blaine and Lriiraii. hcartilv as 1 have thoe of I'Vcmout and Lincoln and Grant and Haves and Garfield. Applause. I have no patience with anv man, who for Jiimsulf or any other person, would take his chance's for success in a political convention and when disap pointed would seek to thwart thc work of the convention. Illainc and Loean have been selected from among mil lions of their countrymen to represent, not themselves but tho Republican party of thc United States. T'hey represent au American Union, one and indivisible snatched by war from perils, secession and disunion ; they represent a strong national govern ment, able, I trust, in timo not only to protect our citizens from foreign ty rannv, but from local 'cruelty, intoler ance "and oppression ; they represent that party in this country which would scorn to obtain or hold power bv depriving by crime and fraud more than a million of their equal rights as citiz.ens : they repre sent a parlv that would give to tho laboring men" of our country the pro tection of our revenue laws against undue competition with .foreign la labor; they represent thc power, achievements and aspirations ofthc Republican party, that for twenty four years has been greatly trusted by the people and in return has greatly ad vanced your country jn strength aud in wealth, intelligence, courage and hope, and in thc respect and wonder of man kind. A generation of younger men arc coming to tho front in thu south as well as in the noi th, aud they are de termined to overthrow tho narrow sectionalism of the Democratic party. It is said that Blaine is bold and ag gressive and that he will obstruct the business interests of thc country. I would like to try such a president. Jle might shake off "some of thc cob-webs and invite the attention of mankind to the existence of this country. There will always be conservatism enough in congress and inertness enough in the Democratic party to hold in check even ns brilliaut a man as Jas. G. Blaine. "What wc want now i au American policy broad enough to embrace the continent; conservative enough to protect the rights of every man, poor as well as rich, and brave enough to do what is right whatever stands in the wav. Wo want protection for Amer ican citizens, and protection to Amer ican laborers, a tree vote and a fair count, and an assertion ot all thc powers of thc government iu doing what is right. ' r Senator Hawley s.iid : The Repub lican part vis not made of one or of 1J00 good men of Boston any more than 1 ,600 drops of water made the Mississinpi river. The.-c good men might try to establish a new party, ol the future, but the Republican party had the good-will of the business and had thc name and did not propose to discontinue. Cheers. William Walter Phelps said the struggle at Chicago hid been between the 'senators, thc bosses and office holders and the plain American peo ple, aud the latter triumphed in the nomination of .las. G. Rlaiuc. Senator Mahone said the twelve electoral voters of Virginia, by a con stitutional majority of thc people and despite Bourbon methods, Sans Culot tes, uud .the hhotguu, would. ,hy. the eternal, be given to Blalue ami Logan. Loud cheers. Senator Frvc ridiculed thc idea that the Republicans wonld have to light defensive batt'c-. He eulogized Blaine and Logan and predicted their triumphant election in Novem ber. Senator Harrison commenced by saving th3t wherever a thriving popu lation was to be found throughout the land, there Blaine was strongest : he was strong among people who did not seek office, bur . helped thc cause with their vote. What, asked Harrison, is thc matter with Blaine? Rring forward the bet and ablest men of nations, assemble thc greatest men, not only in our innti, but in others : let thc summons go out to the nations of Europe, let Bismarck and Gladstone be in rnmnnnv- ftinl wo will not fear to nave their measure appointed to our candi- date, limine Win sianu amon tlipm .ill a representative of whom the American PP0PltMas..iulu intend! to be made on the need uot lccl asuaincu. Fred. Douulas- presided at one of thc stands and made a short speech. Other speakers were KepreenUti va Ilavnc. binclev. Perkins, Uoar, Got!, O'llara, ilelford. Miller, of I'cnnj-iva- aud vou requcstin; liim to ffOJ to thc rioik at room bira there, and in rcpardinsmy i-a related bv . I did not ; but I met ks iisil n isonveration son's case substaniially a related ... ! ..:...-.., rotter in "r ',... . - SraslS I having been a candidate for the vice - n.ucivu. mcetinrranu hojiins mat an wco wxn Mn.tice to iho Union sojuwrc, every f cfeuss u stot. A. II. BKOWX. ..i,-.,,,-.- ,f lloirtlblkvitt nrindnlcs 1 umnA m bi s,eied With a Wrt CaiaM.Jev h, lx. MM. U.Otll. cmnnri nf Rlstup anil I.o?ia - T t r . .,.vbrf tin ?. m! neiictl aad a etiV !fw-.-.lierfrt. H'ni: skiri&ests, 1MXI Wlta Klaus (. .. .4 1 iia iws.1 liar 1 ii.i vnn c.-srai n miir La .11 i . a us. 11 a, t m. s- " w - - - r - ..---- - ... .-aa h - -" presidency, diil not you think it im - t0-,jc 01 thc floor of thc hou,0? It never occurrcu 10 mc as iicmg Tn.r.-nnnw 1. ?SY 1 CltWim llfil flflVRi t.. . i."-. i .':.! ..r. .sii, ..i.- im- ueexi iiiuii;. & uitut b gj ,.. i..j .... proper purposes. Did you ever have a talk with Wcller in the cloak room ? I did not, aud I want to say that Rayne's statements in his speech on the floor of the house arc lalse. Did you over take counsel about the propriety of your going on the floor of the "house? It did not occur to mo that my go ing wa3 a violation of the rules. After I had been on thc floor I heard that the Republican members said it was a violation of thc rules. I went to Car lisle and asked him if I wa violating thc rules by being on the floor and speaking with such members as I de sired about my son's case. I said I was interested' in it as a father, as a Democrat and as a citizen ; but that 1 had no pecuniary interest. He thought I was not violating thc rules. If I did orsaiil auvthing in violation of the rules I am frank :o say, gentlemen, that I regret it. Several representatives testified that Eimlish importuned them in tho iutcr cslof his son. To one he said : Cau you stand by and see a Demo crat slaughtered in this wav ? Adjourned. WASHINGTON NOTES. Washington, June 19. Secretary Frelingbuyscn to-day communicated to the committees on appropriations and foreign afiairs at their joint meet ing, thc detail? of the plans of the ad ministration with respect to thc Nic aragua!! water wnv. He said Ihc un usual methods adopted for making these matters known to congress were taken as thc icason for making it iif this way, and asked that his commu nication might bu received under thc restrictions of official secrecy. The committee after hearing thc secretary adjourned without action. Senator Beck ollcred iu the senate lo-dav au amendment to the legisla te e. executive and judicial appropria tion bill, to provide that all distilled spirits intended for export may bo set apart wnd remain iu store, for a period not exceeding nine months, iu thc warehouse in which they were stored when entered, subject to such regula tions as thc secretary ol the treasury may prescribe. The senate committe on public lands has decided to recommend thc forfeiture of Ihc Oregon land grant, and to relegate to tho cotitts all ques tions regarding the rights of claim ants and settlers upon 6aid lauds. Secrelarv Chandler said to-day that thc investigation of thc accounts of .the naval bureau ot, medicine and sur gerv since 1881, was still in progress and' that a largo number of suspicious vouchers had been found, which, in case thev prove fraudulent, will fur ther imolvc two officials again-t whom no proceedings had been begun, and also a number of outside persons not nreviou-ly suspected. Chandler also "said that, a number of arrests were probable, as the two clerks against whom proceedings have been insti tuted appear to have carried on a sys tem of systematical frauds for the last two years, with thc assistance of vari ous persons outside of the department. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington, D. C, Juno 19. Butler called up his resolution pro viding for an iuiitiin into the condi tion ofthc New York National banks, and after debate the matter went over. Thc bill to prevent importation of tea dust into tho United States, was passed. Thc Mexican pension bill was then taken up. Ingalls submitted a modification ol his arrears or pcnion bill providiug that so lar as thc arrearages arc con cerned, there hall bo no discrimina tions between thc rate allowed to a piivatc soldier and an officer. After some preliminary discussion as to Ihc probable addition to the an nual cost of the pension list In the adoption of the amendments propos ed to the bill, Beck said (he tommis. ssouer of pensions had estimated the amount at about -j.-'SG, 000.0 X). It seemed fo be tacking on about S-il'V 000,000 to a bill tint orighi.illv called for .ifi.OOO.OOO. He Mippf.-c.l the in tention in making this nddin'nu was to kill tho bill. The Republicans had a caucus over it, and thh was thc re sult. Where wa the money to come fiom? . Conger wa glad that the Republi cans had conic to the conclusion to do justice to the soldiers of the union a nnv. Voor'hces regretted thai the propo sition was to put this pcnion legisla tion on this special Mexican bill, but it being before the senate, he (Voor hecs) would hc as ho had always dime. lie dil not like thc limitation of time in InganV amendment ; he (Voorhccs) would never again vote for a statue of limitations in connection with pcu-ioiii : let every case he de cided when it comes up mid on its merits. Morgan innuired whether it tva ex ported to pay the-e pen-Ions by inter jeraiicr wi0t'hc intcre-t on thc public debt or bv rtn Increased larill taxation. This lie- continued, was distinct ivcly a Uejiublictm measure, haviu? had en dorsement in advance by the Ilepubli can convention. He was -orry. how ever, to sec the Republican- of the sen ate k half-hearted about it. If they intruded to obey the mandate of the couventiuu, whv not conic out boldly, assume th- responsibility for it. to tip their hats and glory in thc whole thlujr. In;:alls -aid that Morgan's was the kind of speech he always expected to hear from a -otithern Democrat upon the question ot pensioning union -01 .Un Thev were williiiL' to ponsio: They weft- willing to pension ibose of the Mexican war soldiers iv-lio went into the Confcileratc army : ; and did theirlie-t to 'hoot the soldier I iof thc I'nion and overturn our sov- j i KmniMt : bnt on a rroro!iiii to ex-1 ,r,,i inin liroad general mcurc j (r rcllcf to thc soldiers of the late witr, i , ;Te ffOT aiy-ays met fij va;mc nennn . ;..t;nn of xirava"ance. of outrajreon i-.-i.nrr nml of the in-inccritv of the Itepubliean party in iu profession of devotion to the I nion soiuicp1. - IIIIUHV" .V".- - .- . one wa misled by sucti arirnmeuis.i ldvo,cWav a hundred mil- ucn uoiwrs . vj - - -n j .T-f-., .t. nuiAsti in a iffnnmni. ili-charffe or.iiisaJbtlitj aaa noi tuav 01 llhlJC'thC ajK.iicairOXi. mis JTC-u- propo-ltion wm tS nrncrvc the limit JrotnJoly 1, 1 So October .!, f o that tho-c ir!n appllcaUon shooid be filed before ctotr, issi. aomo liritiiwtrf ononaaadfustrcentthat j the Vigorous nf intt-rrial dist-iriuiire. liroceet;, to 1 IdmIIs admitted the UmlUtion of time j in his amendment was unjuit and he was asnarneu oi u. uui wnen uc cuuhi . not iret for thc soldier the whole loaf iu im! his clutv to take what he could -- .. -- --, -- - .AJt get. lie uiti noi oenuvc au i:uui- turn of two hundred ami rorty-six millions would be involved in the bill; but if it were the money would not be paid in one year, but would be dis tributed through several years. Pending the debate the senate went into executive seseion, and feoon after adjourned. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. WICHITA MARKETS. Live Stock. Slilpttinlr iXttn. .iUViC00 . 32304 00 .1 (va; iu . U .W4JJ so ltutclier' tr Kutciiwaand hrifers..., Fat skipping hogs, bent., stoct anil fretting boss.. Sheep Produce. Rtt Wlioler-sle. rot&toea, rr bu 109 Potatoes, new, per peck. . . Ek? ?s M U 30 i earh.SO Id'.' 1.1 KK U 10 UH' 1 31 3M 2 iV i 2 K2 75 2 00 - svSi oo sn nutter !": Cheese Chlrleus, jxr Jb Chicken, per Uoien.. S. C. Hams -S. O. Bk. IL-vcoa .. . Ilaeon sides.. I. S. Sides shoulderj Lard Corn meal lour, high palest. .. Flour, patent , Klour, XXXX Flonr XXV. .. Chop feed Rran ....... ShQtti II 6 2..'l 3i 12 V 0 1 Ml Grain. Mllllnj wheat illl.plDK wheat ., Corn Oats Corn, pure vvhito. 5.1 27tf UAPKTTS RV TPl.KfimPH I .TliV llillJ 1 kJ M. A j,umu ..... ... New York Money Market. Xk' Tor", Jane 19, lS. Motv Kasy at t);2 ""tl closing cJora at IU? cent ,, 1'mviK Mrr.c.vvnLE Pjmn-SesO per cent. Sikrlims KxciiANor Weak. flanker' bills, $i.M', i demand, t f!i Govt.KXMK.vr llovw- Fraction loner for cou pon 4's. LT. S. S-iKr-ccntB L' S. 4K-per-ccnt U.S. 1-per-cents. . .. low. HIJ.'M .I2rt.. St.vtk SEcniiTUts Dull. Kvilwat Bomi Firmer Missouri Pacific C'a bonds IPfi Hannibal A St. Joepb bond lus Central Pacific stocks H' Chicago Alton.. Chicago, Ilurlington A (Julncy HO.', Denver lUo(irande US Hannibal A St. Joseph . SSJi Hannibal A St Joseph preferred (anki-d).'. . M,. MiourlPaclffe. .. ., ....!!.' Northern Paclilc ,. !''.' Northwestern lS New York Central !,- Uock Island I Union Pacific .. ... 3" Wabash . .. ... ..- Western Union w)1-. Kansas City Live Stack. Kansjus Cirri Jane tJ, 1SSI. The Liet-Stot k. bidittitar reports Cattu. Iteceipts, 2,(02; market steady. Native steers avereitlnff l,20i to l.Sm lbs, .. ll 6.33; averajrinjr MO to 1,100 lbs, tf.SOi.M; stockers-and feeders, t.2.V.J5.Ui ; cows, fair to (food, S1..VX3 1.25. floos Keeclpts, 10,011; market steailv ; lot averairiiiK aw to SSI lbs, sold at l ismJ. lis bulk at SI.S.VSM.W. Siifeis Uecelpts, ftJ ; market unlet and tioni fnally unchanged St. Louis Grain and Produce. Sr. Lons, June 13, tvl. Flol-o Market unchanged. Wiikat Market fairly active but lover, ex cept for rash, which was sharply hijrlicr. No. 2nd, ei.OSHMt.iO cash; W),U'.ilc JulyiBtV lll'.'e Aucust; W.ftW.e ieileinlMTt W.'ft OJ'.c October, closing at Inside fijruris. No. J red, tScbid. Cun Market slow and easier at dose; M'ft K.'.'crasli ; r.2 'a &!. e July jM'QVlcAugust j J3.c September Oats Market better but slow ; 32133 cash ; SSJo bid July ; 20 c yenr. Ute Market dull ; GOcbld. llAia.er No market. I.CAiv Market dull at 3 I". II CTTEit Unchanged :f,s Market quiet at Iw-jIOJ.c. FLAX'ErD Nominal lower. IlAT-Lower; prairie, 97.!1 W; timothy, 912 OKiilS.W. IIiia:s Steady ; 3c at mill Coux-HEAir-QuIet at 2.W. Wins kjct Steady at $l.K. Piwmsios Market slow and unclisng)! ; only a small jobbing trade I'ouk Low cr j Job toU at blS-li! 7i. IIcLsr Meats Lnnjr clear, " SO ; short rib", $s. ; short clear, .'ji Bacon mn clear. ! 12), ; short ribs, 9U.2Viy.30 ; short clear, $'J VI Lvnn Market iirlct at S7.73 IUckii-M Hour, I.OXJ barrels; wheat, C, 0no bushels; corn, lnt) bushels; oats, 9,v bushels; rje, none; barloy, none. Smi-HK-sTS Flour, 5,iW bam Is; wheat, iO.MO bushels; corn, 32,u bushels; oats, II,"1"; rye, 1,000 bushels 5 barley, none. ArrEit-too I!Oaui Wheat Market lower; l 07 askf.l for June) JM'.'cJnry jillcAuirnst. Ooni Markrt lowir; 'i2j,p July; M.'.'o Anjrust Uvtj Market 'inlet ; 3)'c July St. Louis Live Stock. -Sr t.01 1, Jnne 10. 11. CvniK Iteceipts, l.!'s "lilpme..., !,"( corn-fed steers active and stmn : yrass-fed, eM-ept tops, slow and weak 1 ejporti, fj.y 7 I OS gol to ehoico shipping, J.2ftt5 tt ; common to medium, W et W jrras-ftd natives, SI 7M1..VH Texans, common to !-!-lum, SI f4l.75 ; common, !.2.Vs.1 7.1. Snr.Ei ltceelpts. 7'si 1 shipments, none; pood mnttons wante-d ; others dull ; common to medium,.' 25&J 50: frl lo rholre. .1.7.V3 I.JO. Chicago Giain 2nd Produce. Cii!rAM. Jnne Vj, lmt. Ktocn Quiet. Wheat The market showed one of th most Hr.. !.... .! .. avf I n,.in nn 'jlian.tt Thrt were scarcely any outside onlr,i. and Bactu- 1 atione. were umflned to a rans-emf JJc. floral-1 !,c below- yesterday -Jnne, i;v"e. eiwsin at N!,c; July, 7rt'w'.c, doini; st 7',e Auffust, Rs',tt3'e. closing at ",ci Septem ber, "s-Wsi'ic, riming at K O1U.X Market quiet; opened easier TW .c. Weakened, closing Si,r, below yesterday. Cash, &vifS(e 1 Jnn, U.KUH.IC, rloilnrf at Mcj July, .w..v,e, closing at &.'e; An irust, ,'4S7,,e, closing at ,V.j&J7e. Oat Market quiet, slow ami fT. Cash, 22e;Juae, SKSit, rioslmr at 32c ; Joly, Xiti H-Wic, closing at 52'.e; Aujmst, S-'iScSI'SC. clulnjr at a"v,c ; .Septmbr, 2T,;t7iC Itrx Qalet afw.'je IU1U.ET Iratl at e2e. FtA-Micv Lower at ILK. Eo.is Firm at IVS'c Wiii'KT Lower at tl.W. Pocx Market duff ami nominally lo&tte. j Zu?teli"m?iVtr' " ' Laed In fair demand and SOwfir lwer ; tssb, t7 Kl,ft7.7H July, 7 17 , clos ing at t M7 ; Acrnst, 7.TJ','(J t srp 1 tembr 7 VH. I. eMrig at . n';t.M; October. V SO ntnx Met Market sU-a-Jy sSwoIders, J 91 ; short ribs, s M , clear tides, si 7 lUcrr Floor, f.uA bxml 1 wheat. S3, bi bushels ; cam Im. bushels : oats, 14ft ' bnsb! ; rye, 3,'w basbels ; barley, S,W lrahlf PmrsrrjiTs Host, it,Ul barn-Is 1 wheat' 3II.CA bushels! cars. yAjrn bnsheU; oaU, t: OSU, fcary. , 5 5,,, busteis 1 2ll. Vasbe-Isj rye. ,- ,E.eis; AlTtSaiOft-S IIOAKU. .. . . . . .,-!. But-ri f pi ""' -'- -"'' ?Ju, . JaIr r . ----. Kc Aoxai- Tkt Vrtvrri Javml reports "AS IsATTtTSC i 1 nf.fropfnr QTirl Rfilder LrOUUdl-LUI allU XUUUCif SHOP 136 & 238 3CAIN St. , Iiir tMVtnm Aen, i Atssm. t1ut-Oar V.t . aMU-Crstnl I 'Who sells the dry goods ? Robisons'. Who has the cheapest prices? Robisons'. Who has the largest stock ?--Robisons Who has the cleanest stock ? Robisgns'. Everybody ROBISON BROS., One-Price Cash 21 Main Street, B'l Forgcl Exton's Corn Mills. FioeGroiiilaiitlBoMCorBleal. Ground Corn and Oats. Corn-Chop and Bran. Ofdtrs fillsd pfonptly OaVe. Telei'heas In lUton Coal if b. k:. brown. furniture, jewelry, etc. Douglas Avenue, - Wlrhlta, Kniisn. MRS. KLENTZ -rjUAf.rjt its MILLINERY And Human Hair Goods, Annontices that h will not be iihiUt- Kotd by any cilnblUhiricnt in tho city for t!ic next two months, vlthcr di vdiotefalx or retail. Nest BtMr toitii tt WtlM'i wik. Ficht & Drescher, Carpenters & Builders. ty Optrfislt Um Orrnsn ftrocrT. ttArfor csr of Mrkt strt -' DEDMAN BROS., Wichita Meat Market, or. LEVA VJ All Mif Mail Salt Meats Law ask w2ss, j a TWrvisy s4 Tnitr .T. E. PaOHMOND, Wagon nad Carnage Maker. DOM ALL I5IM Of tUWAWSG, Ughl WsrrV s saaJtr , KsrtK ttft. suslik , Ussisi VJ'JUXjXB. I IB IE T Druggists and Grocers. msr klocx wk?t or timqxt movss. 30 k. 91 Dosgk ATf., Wkfc!t,Ka. NUMBER 28. S-r ,fk' sr Should Go To .,, . 4,- $k Drv Goo.lst House.. Wichita, Kansas. rr&j m- thr XRiubrr ' 1 4 M Fii-st Ait Yal. Banki 1 870. li tidet Hm.j insUlnfloit Ik the rkais Valley V . IVOullU V.V. Wm. 1 WOOIMlA.V, WILL 1 UiOfVtN, In 4 a.liier A.st Lsshlsr M)itttKnivtit:.vrs'- American KetiSfe .Sal'l Usui, New Xcik rir.t s.allusl Kauk, el 1 lilis-i, II ll.rik ol Ksnsastttjf, Kansas City, Ml llllm.(. .11. r I r i I'xVfliijfri; inr New CocjuiofJifjiiN Kauk tfHll.iiig No. 3 3 Mairt Street. Do a General Bantin Business In all ft tiirxt.rtt MnelfdbS Lsiaa Mhc) in Any AmsNat On all l(sfsrtt etJlst.ralt- r.e.1, rsnral or rtntUt-siel ir'iiuurl llt lnirru.r llti lln frmi day In Sue if ty ell liek.t.tit Ihe fste.tA)et mlerf 1U. ill ,lsip,.r I11 tl.e i.Hl. t'lir (!,! all trrlnrl yi hwftt (irl Surtli 'i.n l,tjd 'ir(.il(m;lJltJ In Ihe uasilall-Hi . f II.. I'lr.l Arssnuu Valley naut,.ir Vllrr.lU, Kasxss vs. Intuit neither direefor-. UsliAldft or lilsHetxs firil w iti i 11 1, iiurifins r "tiuil !. iiiirislmr. srlnrtl t. , i,ui at 11 lirltliiiMs 'Wm. ' r Us iMixlent Uittnit-ttimil ar. l.lst-t lis T.-,rtiltii t"t If. tieiiretli f srj( trv-llt J, I-IIkhI !!- lt' -t-.tlsri.' mit foeiHse ilievtl f i!b i.ftrtj- Uisnk.nMirDiiiri.roii.-iiH fil.inj.. U. iMlriM-ar. wltli our alisie' fclllHr, m jf.ill W Mpfs Mli(ris. .-4 klwlly .belt of the jr.rnl ,n,i,llns. mt it'tlf t(ft)l llfuuhA imfftf, w ,ur oI.-.fti AJW --eil-l-l.'HU1f mm l-rJ-nt Ut rr -I ar IJwMfnllr resr t WO'lOHA. k 4i!v JOHN DAVIDSON, THE Pioneer Lumber Man! 8 - 1 1 DUIjtlb, .. rt;sss . 1 !-.. Cy U0 4 re s Httkti JaT.ef. Jkfes J. P. ALLEN. f nisisssm is i ! very Tiirng'Kpti a rusucun Drug Store L At'dUjJT IlKrK. OONTBlvCTOR AKD BUILDKK. tRICK A ITtMU- nuts sWfrfsx tinik T lt2-I 4' (i t Lit ti$m,wUl 4 -nwH l esvll asrf mt imi. 1mUsVssI W,r.llls'sB' htmriJ' ,4lttt PolfUl . -Vt 2 7 a ,' ? ii -, 4az, --- .- .