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Tretli elratlI ltliont J'aln liy nitros oxlile ra. j. j. cmsT, - Arrliltivt ami SiiiKTliitcnOent, Wcrner'ti block, ltoiwUs nrenw , liitwtenTu irLaaxriiue a:nl 1 Jiw rfiice bt., Wiclilta, Kan J. D. HOl-SrOK, I-- ' BKNTLEV. HOUSTON .S. 1IKNTLKY, Attorney at Ijiw Office uwr Kamas Na ttoual lianX, WlUiiti, Kan. STOVL'll&lSAUIIKL, (Vintractuni and liululrra, in Hr.l sluet, cst ifOmnty liuildinK. J. I L UOh', Atliiniey at lJi , Wlcbita, Iwiiian E. C. KCGGLUS. Attoriiej-at-law. Oflice oier No. ., Miln Street, Wichita, KauhHi. ' . 1) klKK, Attoniev at Ijiw U"iii No. ;, r s u kIUco IjuII.Imij.-, Uitlilia, Kansari. .i. c iiKi:itiN:. till KiiKlut-rrHiul ileal IMaln Apeut ile block near l'tmlonin1, iclilla T lu- tvailrUK Main :-il- IrtiR I 41- lK.J. r HEN, liirsTtT. Ihiiui in Hcl'l luill'lin lreet, iiki1Io HanliiiK A, h lln r'. 1- 1)11. W L KOYLK, DKirinr OBlct oer llsniert .V Kin'fi trtorc. Centennial block, Iclilla. i. v: cOLUr.s. iioiit. v run COLLIM. A riATT, AttornoiH at Ijiw. Will nractice in liutli t-t-ite &nd Federal couiU. umce in Main utreet. tecond .tnlrn uflicc, Wichita, iauR. Kinsman CltT, the county teat of Kins man county is beautifully situated on the Xinr.cFcahrher, a stream that furnishes amplo water for manufacturing purposes. It is the present terminus or the Wichita & Western railroad. The company hac a yard here embracing about thrco miles of tiue track and a turn-table. A large lorcc aroatworkon the companj's buildings, .liichill Include passcngcr'nutl freight fioivots, scciioD house, tool houe. water tank and tanVbousc, ami 'thcmost ctsen s!c stock yards on the line. The tity contains about 1,300 inhabitants and isjustnowljie.abode of an unusyallj well de eloped and licalthy boom. l'cry hotel and restaurant is literally jammed full of people and the tables are set about Mx omcc, KmU ' time at eAcrymca!. I-cry buInpss con cern from a peanut stand to a bank is doing as much a tbey can attend to, ami every body Is pleased with ecrybody and ccry thliig. I miit-t confess that I "maMied" on I KiiiLMiuiii. The lieurty wrlcomo accorded the i:Ol.l-r and myself ould not Tall to thaw the Ice nbout the heart of a much more hardened sinner than mjK'If. I was surprised at the total absence of lbat tough element of society, and of that moral laxity anil cow-boy ctifjtictlc mi common in wctcrn town". The high social, moral and intrlh-ctii tl hlatil-ofliirtitlcliii cannot fail to prcpos K(.all tlllgcrs ill fnor of thUjuting city. If any of our readers labor under the dt lusion that the Mill of Kiuginiii count) is not aitilp, I "-uggot a Mt to the real ei tate olllcci Ih-iV here there i on eihilii bitinn -ii line specimens of wheat, r)c. oit", cloNcrand Irii-h potatoes n can be found an where. There are a number of really "ooil !umucs blocks fnilMiLilandin aiinus I stages of completion. She has two good i hotels doing lui si ncjf the Laclede and the 1 Kingman house. The Klwnddc houc, a 'ieinnle blixk. fine structure, will soon uc reauy lor misi- norili .r 1'ost- ( I1Csh) aU( jj,. j,. Turner has just tom- inruccil a hotel building estimated to cost UOGEirs, I 10,000. Mie has three thurclies, one brick Tlieriiolograiiliir. I'lctnnain all l7i-( and' M hool house :.00 act ami a irimc scuooi atyles. He also carrl.s the '.'.""bl'm'a house KiW, and Ins just recently voted of nictnrn frames in the city, dive linn a "" ' ... , . . rriendlv call and cmi.lnejBlm.i.!es. d-S-tr bonds for anothel brick Mihool house to ri'rST.xTvr jo, prJAl T TO lcovtS10,(H; two public halls; TullV opera tJKUWIN (X UlrtbblO, house, with a catlug capauty ofCW; two .. - . .. .. . -it :.i : r OK 'IIII. t LLKISIIAIKI' line llounng nuns, oncniiiiacuiuuij ON(lii:iK 150 lnrrils per day, the other with a ca- liacit) ofTO barrels per dy. , The Irelglit rcceiptj. at this station dur-iiiL-tliolit ten daH were SKi.OOO. 1). It. Iictire inform the citizens or Wiiliita that 0r,.cnnms ., mignificent line of stages, Uieywlll continue to do tliclrwork at the 1 Ices "-"" " ' . J . . . .. i . i I it. ...1 ... ru.ii. In I .tTl... I1 nitinit I! ill l.llio ' ll nil! llPM IO S 1T- atoga, Pratt and Centre on.tlie arrial of iias-ngi r trabis from Wii biti. There are three weekly pipers published here the I Citizen, ltepilbllcin and the Southern j Kaiifas Demount. The principle.liiiMnes i men are : ! 11 inkers and brokers .larvis, Conkliii t , Mortrau. Karmtr's and Drocr' Hank, 1 Hank or Kingman, I. Ii. Cook ii Co. I llootp and Mioes Pugh i: Wilson, C. I. 1 nutdiiiH H Huns. .Ma;lll A .Sin th, Jlead & k Heron, W. ....lolitislnn, 11. L. V, Jtober- -. ' iimk. son. Mllclidl Mcens. ''-"' I Ctolhlng add gents Yiiniitblng goods 3Iead V Heron, JIagill .v bmytli. ... Joliifton, O. D. Ilutiliiiis t Sons, J. Ocrw ;on, II. L. P. Kobcrson. Iry goods W. .1. .IoIiiimou, Jlcad A Heron, JIagill & Smyth, C. I), llutchlns & Son Drugs and medicines Kson l?ro-.. M. V. Youiv, P.J. M. llurket.Carpeiitcr & Kced, C. W. Me) cr. (Jrocers Nicbobon & 1'itkiu, 1'rcueii lbos.. Tull ltro-., lluernbiirg.t-Mowre), Ira Glascock. (irain and toil dealeis Or.ics.t Shelley, iiumcrou all charmed with the landscape, and implicitly accepting its auguries for future greatness. 3Ir. J. docs a nourisu ing business !n his line. And now come the urbaue office seekers. 31av the best of them get there is our set tlement's best wish for them. Tnolllagoismakinga steady and sub stantial growth, its business represented by two stores of general merchandise, two o? implements, two grain bu)crs and coal dealers, two hotels, one doctor, one drug store, one hardware store, one blacksmith and one real estate office, and still they come. A :i00 M. K. church building 13 under contract and school building contemplated. In the past eleven mouths about 320 car loads or grain and stock hae lound ship ment from this infant burg, "Lord Harri son" being a shipper irom it. .Mr. Wilkinson, purchase? of the county line "-itc, has armed. Mr. Vi'lUon, cx-shcriff of Woodford coun ty, Illinois, is here Tor a home. The health of the community is excep tionally good. Situated eleven miles from Wichita and six miles from licnton In the midst of a beautiful, fertile, well watered prairie country, aud no better point for a home or safe business investment can be found any where lor a limited capital. Our people ait obcr, industrious and intelligent. M. A. P. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS jc- n THE SENATE PASSES THE MEXICAN., flESHflN iW BILL. mpptino- face to face to debate mottcrs ' ' ) assassinat Funeral of the Late Bishop Simpson. SALINA DENOUNCES TH" A'C. TION OF GOV.GLICK For Pardoning the Saloon Keepers Con victed at That Place. MAICKK PAVEMENTS! alreadv established, and lnt nil to reniiin in the city Mliere thevcjia be held to a strict o count for the riililllment or their mntiarls. The str et-crosiiw on Doiijda mtiuie, ANI ALL 0' OtlJ WOIIIC, are wuiiiile tliat are eijual. If not Ulterior, J to any oilier or the kind. Call on lis wlilleut nork and eee the pr-e,s. Olllceat 11 Iioiu- lasaTemro. J.H. "'V'V'. difrtr W..S.UIALLIS. J. A. HOLLENBERGER, luili 'v-lriieleil MltllOIlt lialll 1 ilie Sold till ImruaxiMWaUN Arlillclal tmlh innu VMV (.() a ei- Oental rooms In l.mls I nmijclns aviuiie. Wlililla, Knna. w J. F. STAFFORD, in:.u.i:i: in Guns, Pistols and Ammunition lluntiii: outfiu rented on rcjsoinMc lcnn COKNI.K 11RSTS. MAIN. WICHITA. KANSAS. if. LAND SLIDES. The lollowmg are the rcaleslatc transfers recorded in the register or deeds' ofllcc June 21 : rnited States to Nichol isltajicom,ir,0 t aires, tlie swijroi pcczi-zi-zcnsi .paieiu I'lilted States to Chas Simmons, the se ijr of see 1W-27-2 east patent .lames S llu-ton to i:rie.t A Hitman, lot 84 on Court -t $ 100 Aino 1 Horner toKriict A Klenian lot.M on Court st 40 A A ll)dc to .1 V Willcy, IK) feet off or the wctend or lots.'!.!, Xi, 37, 8U,4I. 4J, 4". 17, and 19, and title in M and 53, all on Laura ao in Hide's add to Wichita 1 Adam M. Wodcock to Samuel 31 Mc Coy, lots Srf and 00 on Huckner St., in town of Kl Paso 5 J M Sloan to W.I Krown. SO acres, the n hf or sw qr of sec '27-27-2 cast l'annv.1 Muellcrto Nancy PCrab. lots 7, 0. 10 and 12, on Fourtu avenue, in 1 ueller'-. add James Lew i to Julius King Vail, 1C0 acres, the uw irof see. 2 1-2C-2 cast . Leioy Pasbetk to Delia A Hobart, 147 :itre, the sw jr off cc 7 2G-2 cast,... BISHOP ISIMPSON'S FUNERAL. Philadelphia, Juno 24. The ob sequies of Bishop Simpson took place this afternoon. A brief service was held at the residence, at whirh none but the amilv, the Guard of Honor and intimate ' friends were lrccnt. Pravcr was oflcrcd by Rev. . C. ltob'iuson, D.D. The body was then borne from the house by f Jov. Pitti son of Pennsylvania, cx-Gov. Evans of Colorado, ex Secretary or the In terior Harlan, Alexander Uradly of Pittsburg, G.IL Cornell of New York, Gen. Clinton 15. Fisk of New Jersey, James Lonr and Charles Scott.of Phil adelphia. The sermon w as preached by Bishop Foster and was followed by Bishops Fowler and Bowman in- brief nddrci'ses culojjistir of the deceased. Rev. H. C. Trumbull read a h inn. The coiicludin; prayer was oflcretl by Rev. AV. O. Kellcy. Bishop Nichols, or the Reformed church, pronounced the benediction. The body will not be taken from the church until to-morrow, when it will be interred in South I.'iurel Hill cemetary. couldn't ;do better. P. INDIGNANT. Salina, Kan., June 23. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held at the opera house this evening to de nounce the action of Governor Click in pardoning the saloon men recently convicted in this city. Never before in i the history of balina lias sucn muig nntimi lieefi manifested, aud the peo- ml pie arc determined to discountenance ' mil litication and anarchy. Public sen tiniont is tindcriroiiur a wonderful following resolutions 1,000 400 1.700 1 sometime and tenons rcsqiu. . t assassinated. MORE-'CHOLERAl ATTOJGAJo2rJBBe24.--ThrNews, Ft. , Wnrth BiMi vs : itr.v. w. Br- LON. for the interest of this country. At three o'clock the debate closed. Voting upon the amendments tlen iiormi "riie! .iinendment was asreed i toproviding that no person shall be M.,v r i--,e Killed in alssddlerK'Hiwcdt'iChss. Ta entitled to more than one pension at A Number of Jews KUiea in as tntmd tba one time nnaer tne laws ox me unncu Riot. States unless that fact be specially stat-' ed in law. Tbc, bUl then passed yeas h- y ,-f; , , f , . p 37, navs 27, as follows: 'MOODY JUBILANT OVER HIS Yeas-Allison, Blair, Bowcn, Butler j success. . . t,m ' Cameron of Pennsylvania, Cameron of ' SUCCESS., r,it)v Wisconsin, Conger, Dawes1. Dolph,. . Frye, George, Hale, Hamson, Hill, N Received by Cable Ingalls, Jones ofNcAadaLamor, Lap- "incr "c ' ' ham. Loiran.ilciLillan, Mahone, ifau-i FromToreign Lands- . ' ;ill .f rinlnnin MiUnr nf I . l'l ENGLAND. London-, Juuo 24. Moody say his revival campaign has been eminently successful. Something like, 400 meet ing wcro held in the united dlslrfcls. Thirteen different meetings were held evcrv week. He was absent only one day ilnriug the whole season nud that was owing to illness. He estimates that over a million and a half of per sons were present at the services. AH classes of society were reached and influenced. Peers aud paupers sat side by side drinking tho message otsalvatibn. The number ..CrWsone converted will reach tk- ands. AnioBg.UicmAVBnrejrcral pro- ..nA.Y cwivttL.e Turn tprri'hflllA An UUUUtcll e.i;oi uerpon, "'. V-f, ,;:,-"' ACW XOrK, AlJlciifii, ....., -...., . p;ti Pinit. Plumb. Random, Riddle-' hnnmr swvpr. Sewclt; Mierman. i VanVrycknnd Wilson 37. Nays Bayard, JJeck, Brown, Call, Cockrell, Coke, Colquitt, Edmunds, Fair, Farlcv,, Garland, Groome.Hamp ton.Hawley, Jackson, .Tones, Jones, (Florida,) Maxey, Morgan, Pendleton, Pugh. Saulsburv, Slater, Vance, csty Walker and Villiams 27. The following pairs were announc ed: Aldrich with Gorman, Cullom willi Kiaina ArV1!03?!! ib?ou' Hdarid7hWariT.i ii The house hillrrtuthorizing the pres ident to appoint two-additionil justi- prcmo conrt for the territory of Washington was passed. Tho iciiisjativq bill , Jhcii taken up, aiAl'tiitsWiito wtit fiuto execu tive fecssion aud soou adjourned. " ir on ure B"'"S l" lnl a Watcli, Gun 1'lstol, Miiilril In- n1rN, .7,lJl1,e".l iiumniiiiX wT . '" &lcrr ltiittonHa I f Kii.l.l. i'I.hIu. nr.H X inlml.iui) iliinit.it..ill fe. I'.'A V'" F1 B rill I lllll I .. Ik. t r II HI I.. 1-nm-lin i im t ffB -',' i rraicr isro., r-iiuui v iioimiij, iumii I'nwniiroK- m' ' "V. t. ri'Vnii " linn ttiiyttiineoii want ou ran fine ni'iney l-j , V U -en. hujlnsof him. Two doors -l or l""10" llardware, stoesand llnwaio Il.ibcoik lKTUV"er,SrKr Alexander. Willis 4 Weaver, Culver A, 1 o, li31h v ifc incoriv. .1. 0.nnniA TrvVCtllOl' BOOT & SHOE MAKER l,yiSgeh-i ..... . !.... Of Tlirt 1ntltLlifatltt liallfrn Tim -U1.., illllIU - Jl". m.!""- , uw.ijiw. ,- ra of the senatorial district composed oi were unanimously auojiiuu. the .-onntics of Miaini.Lynn and John-1 Whereas, The chief executive ot our son, met here to-dav in convention to state has unconditionally pardoned all noiuinatc two delegates for state cn- , persons convicted at tho -May term ol itois. JI.B. auiitli. ol Aiiami, was ouruwnci conn ui ni'iauu6jury liibltorv Jtw; ami, ! !,?? I Whcfcas, The persons sd iardoncd had been guilty of willful.opcn, notor ious and indecent violations of said law, and their guilt was undisputed; and, . , Whereas, There were neither palli ating nor ctcmiating circumstances justifying the ccrci-e of Iho pardon "inr n'ouer in their behalf: thcicfoic,. Uceolved, That in grautiugsaid par-1 dons George W. Click lias tieiirpeit oowers not eiilrulcd to the executive. in order to clasp hands with persistent and determined wolaion, of the law, and to cast the weight of his ollicial position in lavor ot nullification. lccsoivcii. inai it i '" " chairman, and J. W. I-Iora, ot Lynn, secretary. P. "W. Blue, of Lynn county, "was renominated by acclama tion. " There was a struggle between Miami and Johnson for the other sen ator, and Dr. Shcan, of the latter was nominated on the iirt ballot, the vote standiii" sixteen for Shcan to fourteen for Capt. T.M.Carrol, of Miami. The latter gentleman, a one-legged soldier, was mainiv supported by the old sol diers of Miami, and there is great dis appointment among them over his de feat. The follow ing resolutions were drawn up by the editor of the Miami Republican, was introduced D) Capt. Collins, of Miami county, and ed with nine opposition Whereas. John James Injralls has this meeting that the reasons given for .. ..i.. ,. -l.io liriilbnif nnil nsnfnl ren- , rr;intiiir said pardons are insincere. jll.liiu tin iiwu-i ............. ...... .-. - - i t3 " ..c- , , . r rcsniitntivc of Kansas m the United States senate, therefore, Resolved, That the representatives of this senatorial district, by tlieir del elected, should the .senate. vote xfr Tim 1mn 7Tt f Ti annul llntiie. Onleia irinill .-mleil toon lii t nothe. ralrlnc Xcatt A Clicaplr Ionc. 5.6- Choice" Lots! .-50 I'Oli SALE In Tiirticr's addition to the cllj. Prices Low. Tornia Easy. Al'l'ly 1" ,l- Turner, or ,tivlii S-Tliomns G-heiffenstein's 7th and 8th Additions lids Is the inont desirable- rfsldenio liroTty in tliorit) Prices Low. Terniu Easy. R. MATTHEWS, DENTIST,!; TEMPLE BLOCK. Pcivements!' ', llel'i? lmu A one I In Hie Implies. ami liHlnir io 1 HJIOtlN t I1, 1 ) liaxoroiK liiilt-tl to . reiline tlie iiiee , nf ni i nei n nt to li f UN j er w;tisre m t li r j theiievt r.l Ji.; I pnl " tin le l ai)olIirr.'iil 1" luir n similar walk. I wiml'l re'Cct.iilU In ile CM I)ImI Ui inie t m walk in trout or the I ixt.(liie, antliil- holn front of Jtoblon llros . by romU M..r? ami Woo.llllKIs ImuW Tlisnkliijr n; rrieivl t..rit raor, and I1iIiir contlnuinccol ItieUme. I lll l'ii.miC to at all lime. .l.)"il llrt-cla Job llu'-J wlhliiK nn thine In inv line will lilrae address me throiiRli tli :..'...n... ..r ..ill on in nl m lrI.lence uu Xlurket n'ri et, m r ttiwt-car trjirV I 11. Wot, - .uvtr. ii i:j.hi.j..Jn . ' K Calllw - II iriips.md Saddles H.i)s & (iii-.oti, i L. Leach. ! l'lirnlttirc W. II. llinUc, Liiii''-toii Jai.k, V. M. Tull. Iteal ltatc and Loan Agents Kcllop V lllllow, i:. W. s,tallor.l ft To., .lames 1. Mp.uI .t Co.. Karr .V Abbc. .MKntl i l'at- I ton, Almond A, Holslcln. Lumber Yards Dean k Vonkers. rhic.i I go Lumber Co., .las. H. l'.iillen & Co. I I.U.-ry and Teed Stable I). U. fircrn, ' Wait A-Urn.. Moore & I'ayne. Lawjcrs Win. (Jrecn, .1. 12. L) dicker, I). 11. Linsey, K. I'. Holies, (lillettc .V Kay. mood. Mistier .V Pulton. Ili 'iciins and Surgeons M. C. Oarpcn tei, V. H.(iraes,V. .1. M. Hurkct, M. 1)., I). I). S.; M. V. Yaney, J. W. Lis;lit, F. M. Meat nnikels Hawthorn A. Salm ins. Milliiu ry and drc-m ikiii' Mr. Ilurket, Mr. It. 1). Taught, Mr. K.J. Chnrplc. Contractors and builders 1). C. Ruell, II. t . McC.innut, Fair .t LiiuNcy. Ilesides thcc there arcipcii rcNtaurjiit". two InUcriex, two lnilier sliopo. two ice cream p-trlor and a xlatlni; rink. lCiiif;iinti has al-o a boird or trade and a Itlalnc and Logan club. Tho olt) offleerh aio: i:. M. Ml-ncr, m-ivor; L. II. Andra, ,. , ..it., j...... i :...:. ... of:lie peace Thk Kimiiii'.i:. and dishonest anil not loimded on fnpt. p,nlv.d. That it is the 'piimj of ibis mrntiiiy that these pardons were . - a. 1 iii 111.1. ..-,. : in fiifii. ,r;ite as-emblcd, drcin it aiii:tmc "rained soiciy uucaui: .. wui.iv ....v. that the lioiiitncc of the convention, if I his present position to the saloon jn- lor Ins return to lineiicc, ami recogiuu-. m nn.ni m only hope for ollicial position ju thei - luture. " sundav school assembly. Resoivcil, Tlmt in the preteiidcjrrea- Ottawa, Kan. Juno 21. Tho Inter- sol iveu fr his cndOlr , ho" lmsi state Sundaj School Assembly began ,Iia(c0 an imwatrantetl,. unjustifiable its session at 4J:30 o'clock p. in. The ami nmiiciou attack upou.the district ulteiidaticc was much larger than ever court of tllis cmmty, ror daring to eu beforo :it the opening meeting. The ' forcc tic prohibitory law, and that we opening addresses were made by Rev. ti,aractorie the charges made by Geo. Dr. llurll'iit, itev. v. v.. minim, nu. nw aw ms political atiM-cr iirainst Judjre John II. rrccoti, io radsU -was .'M-wi-te to-ngkt ia a Fori Worth.- pkatsmcy store by & lacmecrrr tore in a ' i4raakH coaditieB aud begtH sbuslajr Bsrrmdili, who wab bout ia 'Tko from, bis ebair. whea Tftckaberrv placed a pfetol ayalast the drtlejritts Dreati aaa area, uiueg aim hnstsnrh-. 'Tho wamerer escapea. The oaecre ai-o courtng tn city lor him. Threats. oMyacbiag are fre queat. Hoast THiavas lynchbd. St. PAtrt, Miau., Juae 34. A Bis marck, Date. special says; A horso thief naiaetr-Jacob-Neilt, was caught and lynched la MrLcaaeoHBiy, fnrty flve miles uorHi,8aaday evening. It is reported this eveaiajt that four more of the jrang were purwicd Io the Mouo river, where ac was shot sad three Ivached. Twra htfge'halls are t , HOUSE. WASiiiSfiTON, June 2 J. The senate bill was pa;yd.griUil1iiig letter carriers fifteen daysJqave,of ;ibsopec each year. Onray, lrofn f he-colitmiltcc on Indian affairs, reported n resolution calling . ti.ni.friinr' of the Interior for in formation i elating lo the claims of certain persons to portions of laud of the Zuui Indians in auh .ui-aito uu Arizona. Adopted. The house then resinned the cousid orntinn of uiillnielicd business, viz: The biU reivcaUng thepre-emption of tinioer cuiiuii; ! u.v - -and amending the homestead law. llolman oflercd an amendment pro viding, that hereafter uo public lands adapted lo agriculture snau ucnuwu ccpt mineral lands aud town sites, but that thev shall be reserved for aetual aud bona fide settlers under the home stead law. Agreed to. On motion or Henley, an amend ment was adopted piovidiug that nothing contained .in the bill shall be consttucd to repeal the act lor the sale of timber hinds in California, Orc 'oii, Nevada and Washington terri tory. The bill passed yeas, 117; The electoral count bill was then taken up, the pieviotts question hav ing been ordered on engrossment, and the third leading ol tho bill. Herbert ottered mi amendment to that section of the senate bill which provided tint each state may "c,el 0f cariv $100,000. The general mau minq all coytrpversies concerning the crsi.:s ,ie mnk is to a certain ex- -...i..,n,i rwtnr3 liv iirovidinr i . ' . ... .n . .. ..o:,i.... iiiwiuiui-uv . w - -.- i-- c mm secureii, inn win uih:i uiiini- blc loss. BuiixiKWATKit, Out., June 24.' There was a severe storm here to-day. Lightning killed nine head of cattle in one field. iimr in lirnrrea ff l)llildinr at StDltford and Wandsworth to continue the good work begun there. The cot.t'j.of the mission was 115,000, uearly tho'whole of wliirh has been subscribed. FRANCE. Toulon, Juno 21. Fourteen fresh cases of cholera were reported yester day. Oue patieut died. There have been tiny-three cases of cholera so far, of which twenty-two have resulted fatally. Paris, June 24. Dc Lcsseps de clares that the rumors of the failure of the Panama excaavtion works arc false. The latest advices he has from the works arc to the effect that there were less obstacles to overcome than expect ed. The enterprise is making rapid progress and the canal will be finished at the latest in 1888. RUSSIA. St. PiTrKRSnuna. June 24. A num ber of Jews were killed in a riot at Nizhni Novrgorod. Ninety-six houses were wrecked aud many plundered. TURKEY. Constantixoi'Li:, Juno 24. The American legation announce that the trealv of commerce between America and Turkey has expired. American exports into Turkey will be subject to a duty of eight per cent, advalorum. MAIL ROBBER ARRESTED. Jeeshv City, N. J., Juno.24. Hen rvMnllcr, mail fget in the railway postofficeorthtM PeaWTivaaU railway depot at Jersey Citvw arrested to aightonthe .charge of robbing the mails. He was. caught by decoy let tcrs. Mutter is a brother of coares.N aian Nicholas Muller, of New York. FORFEITED LANDS, WAshinotox, D. C, Juue 24. The house committee on pnblic lauds will report favorably the bill forfeiting such portions of lands granted to the Sontbern Pacific railroad company in Califor 1 as lie along the part of the road completed since July 7. About V00,000 acres arc Involved. DROWNED. Wixkikld, Krai., Juno 24. Frauk Wilson, a young real estate agent of ..- .: :- .i.am.,i c t.A nr1nnt tnis cuy was uruvviicii m ..-... river whirlpodl near" this city this, af ternoon while bathing. PINKERTON AT THE POINT Or DEATH. Chicago, June 24. Ailcu Pinker ton, founder of the Piukertoa detective agency, i lying at the point of death from malarial fever. NUMBER 32 :AOPJ .A HHOIi . 'Jiill UfiwiI i$T , -j it .'C'i ..'-.' i . 'tr-jiii. -."Mj,ftH -,vtnt as : Uv '. i;uu tJ3rj-l J! IA lUtji. .H0iTK3VKD0 VTHU03 Cheapest .( . t , i 1 ! ( . Jtft. K llfll " I lit,', . .' ' i llll.-i -.-. tl lir 1 .. . ..... ' ' ' T . .1-1. Uli r - v - ' rid ' ' ' ' . ,. T ' ..IO '" n'l ' 'I 4k ivs - ai ! "Br n Ul'lllfUlir! td'tlLIUIH umLV. uAUT! -A ft I' i' ' J-vi i, i , ' " lL' rwtT-wt Koii " , rl: ! , ,-m ii.&v t uasui. . i crt-u ul lo riWst .ft sill To Biatiints -vl5rlt i -dk t'imtw ar jrs2v ldEcnar-Tll- im v t J 4i-l A lal- .xt . (tWi -ssltwr la Ovr.a mymiPTHn J'. s-..i -J J w;T2b An ttft"- t4-C8isJIin.' i W fulcra T.cev a v,a aaj rfiviam u -:jv IitW LcWTTJi Lltl! HWT 'vts tf rjitit r.nflh 03llt . tsti . aha . . ian .. iflni c'art !rln -tUI boaii' tUfllllf -t. , j -tU Intwwaaift. tl :I ,n ..ten fi-5. .iliij'WJ lt- wla c -' -Kiel m ft JtWt -tO s ' ,-t MJtlftOB vto a ll-ill., v . f vT ll. 1 A ' il DiyiGoods ' i i ii Ml I j - vt-m tii. I . .i")!Jl I ttousei i.t ' H ,1. lo J- I7i i isttti U& ttiiiniHirii' f 11 "Uui -ml h H. ! TX TIIK8TA1E. If All! TttL .U ! t !! mtiriU b.'lill i ) ,ilJ "tart fllif.i (ill.AiIt i ui-i liml ..i.iJi Cornprete Stock' CANADA. Montkkal. Juno 24. 1 he failure of C. J. Kershaw & Co., of Chicago, had the niot depressing effect upon the i market here. Some Canadian baiiKs arc Invohed. The .Montreal ! bank alone is interested to the cxten: FINANCE AND COMMERCE. WICHITA MARKETS. Live Stock. slilpiiluR nUen ... UutehfM' itteers Fat cow and birers. . Fat shipping hogs. !' Stock and fording UojM. Shfp ...iuoviaoo .1 iiwi uo ... .i asm! oo .. 4 OUhtt SO ....1 004 40 Produce. II. A. Tucker. Rev. 11. !. Ustr.uidcr and Pi of. Shcrwin. Following this was a lecture bv Rev. Dr. Snowden, of Indiana, on ,:Woik and Workers." The c ening lecture was b Kev. M. L. (iales, on "Other Woilds.'' The grand chorus was, orgauied and the ninic will be fiist tl.is. To-morrow normal classes will be formed, a alo the art class and j the musical college, and sccral Ice-1 tine-, will be given. The trains from cvorv direction arc crowded with peo ple. A large number of visitors Irotn Indian ami Illinois are already on the ' ground. Tho assembly promises to bo the largest aud most successful ever held in the wet. The weather . is nil that could be dcoircd. whose integrity we hear wiincv, as clie'Tjiccfully unjust and maliciously fals"e. Resolved. That in granting sud pardons, he has incurred the supremo contempt of alt law abidimr and patri otic citi7etis, and has with foul blot basely tarnished the fair escutcheon ol our young commonwealth. CONGRESSIONAL. iit enrli ileici initiation may be over ruled bv the concurrent action of the senate and house. Adopted. The house bill was then adopted as a substitute for the senate bijl. eas, 127 : nays, 82. The senate bill as amended by the substitute was read the third time and parsed. The house then took a recess until 8 o'clock. The evening session is for the consideration of business reported front the military committee. 'At the evening session the house passed the following bills: For the w.iiiiM.ir.ni nf :ii-i-nuiiis of the officers of the army who served in the war of the rebellion; to authorize the retircii I'oUloe, r bu Potatoes, new, prr yrek. KtffCH. i,..... ..;...... Butter ...., ... ..r..t-. Cha ..... . .... I Chiekeiu,'yr lb...j Chickens, per uoxun S.CHivnu. ....... ..... 8. CVIIkv lUom .. t.4..i IUcon tida. .. .,..-. D.S. 81de .., ,- . shonldrrs . I.aru....j...v. -.. -.... Oirn ineal .... .- Flour, lilxli patrnt , Flnlir, pntent ........ Flour, XXK: . . . Flour XXX ,, Chop fed ... t ' Ilrau.. ...... f. ...-, siiprU. , ... RAPIST LYNCHED. Galveston', Texas, Juno 29 Tho News' Whitney, Texas spccinl says : Ike Laddv. a negro rapist tweiity-tivd years old) was captured near Hubbard City aud jailed here last night. With in the past few months ho has made three desperate at tpintit.s to outrage white wo- SllCCCCdlllr HI OUC uisiuuut-. mnn Eiirronilili'T III ...w.., -...---.---- - . After miitniL'lit last niunia crown ii list for prhates and non-commissiened j 75 horsemen entered tho village, batT oliicets of the United State- who tcrcd down the doors of the jail, took sorted thirty veais; to provide for the j Laddv from the jail without much re settlement if " claims of officers and j Stance and hung him to a tree 1 he ine-i for the loss of private property vigilantes cut the negroes cars oil and destroyed in military service. CU a written statement detending the A bi"l! appropriating $150,000 for the , Killing- location ol a branch soldiers' noiiiu 1.1 Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, MissJtiri or Nebraska gat rise to a good deal of discussion, and 011 the question of its passage no quo rum olcd and no further action was taken. The senate bill passed pro vidiu" for the disposing of abandoned and ucless military 1 enervations. Adjourned. Wholf.al.. ,. ion .... 1 'Wit .. .... w fM lo'i -.. V ... ; .. 1 UI Largest , and M( 1 . i ' ' ' OF , ., t.;uiacl( 'I' J 1 ' 1 j , 1111, f . fnIS , t '" ' " i t 1JV1I yitii.iii 's GAUZES UNDER WR! , ' 1 .1 -It ' . ' , IfMf,. ,,1! . ,.l. ,1 ; I ,. I ' ' '" ' ' i,Hi' Ladies,' Gentlemen & OnUQreni..i . l.fiU. Pit I .tnunir.. ir jS 1.1 l fnitt M 11' AND MX ATA" 1 1 "Gauzy Pric.el! twni,'i "in' -i.!M.J l 01 lrtilKbd pB iHv WiiaWBwnjT 1 j Iibtriiit aoilu'i ' ! Garments Ranging in Price jCrom,3crIIO and Upward. Grain. IUU1I 1 W V iis w ,r ach, w m; 1.1 ' 10 uu liW 3 1) t Mt : 1 no . 9Sl ot DO rWi4sl MlsV 3.V0 SENATE. Wasiuin?ton, 4I). C;, Juno 24. Maxcv, speaking of the Mexican bill, said the intention of the majority was to kill the bill by putting on an mnpniliiinut that would render it Hif unanimous for funston. possible lor the earh- Irieuds uf the Pmh ICnn June 21. The Rontib-1 bill to vote for it. lie i; " mg re" on'.l invention organ-, f Williams could not M,rt , be b.h, iedhere to-dav bv the selection of j for as lit now stood at was an insult to Setialor Kradbury, of Miami county, , the o d Mexuan enms Il.e , 1 for temporarv Uiairman, and it. iWbuu,..- .-"-- Rice as secretary. In the forenoon iaiiw had wimci lthat if "' and - IIOIII'sl lll.lll llilll ViV-i v..vy." .. ...- not afraid ot SUNSTRUCK. laiuisviLLK, Juue 21. St. John's was celebrated here to-day with a pic nic, drills, parade and fireworks at ni"ht. The weather was iinfavorablf in"tlie afternoon mid the attend nice was not ery large. The following tioll.lrii'iu'ii cniiiiiiandoiiesimrli' 111.1U cd in the parade and drill : Dcm.ila, of Louisville; St. I. -ru trd. of Chic-igoi Washington notes. i Roncr. of Indianapolis: lvaiiiioc,i Washington, June 21. '1 he total St. Louis. The parade was wry tin. collections or internal revenue for the ' but the weather was mi warm that .. . ,.. ...l.,f !. li ,.ol vn-ir Lnml sir IvIllirhtS W LTC SlinSt rilt'k. were 1 12.280.020. The corresponding 1 Their name- are Major Nevens.Albcrt Millin? wlint Slilppiu wheat ,. Corn .... . ipiU Corn, pure vrhlte . MAttKETS m TELEGRAPH. New York Money Market. Saw Ycjbk, June tt, sol. Mowv-Kaay at Uti nt ; cUmifHl flBera SJkkcaxtili: PirKB-Ml Ir cent. Srsauao ExciMSCE-Weai. anil d.-lr-wwjl ISankera' WU, I.lW "IK I demand, 4.W1. (tt iS5. G0TWViyr, BoMx-fJtvaawir. U.S. S-per-d-nU . V. t. 4,'i-pT-ccnt " ' V. 8. 4-pcr-cents. .... , , Stat BacimiiKi-tJule,, BaixWay Bosids Firm. MiawurH'aclfleB'abonili. . .. . Hannibal 9t. Joaeph Immla., 4 Central Pad Be atoeka Chicago A Alton. Chicago, nurllnirton A Qalney... . ... DcnTeriRloOrande .. .. , .' Hannibal St. Jowph . ... '"' Hannibal ft St Joseph preforrwl (ftknl) Miaaonrl PacHTe . ' Northetn dllc . . Northwealern;. UewTorkOatral Itockliland . ... . .. Union Parifle Wabaih ... I Wentcrn fnlon Cowit ami See U$tyd Try apt' Keep 1 1 i ! rlH vt "tin i .iii-id tf it' iJji utl '.l IlltHllI l,i , i it) iwllH -.i ,'u. "i orul'it " dl ROB IS ON BRS.' -"- 1 , " ' " lY..dll I 21 Main Strict, i a. i . ,,n UMiiht" ll i't nut J.- ', Jt -M-ltu'l l.j'J itl 1 1 "if One-Price Cash Dry Goods House.. w, . . 1 ui iimh n Hfcotii 1 1, 1 1 ! , in4nw.it aH;'II unij 1 , . 1 tii) li bnt. '" "1 i I!, i i .' ij litHtf Im fltit (y 1 - f ' 'jttil)msj !) 1 1 -t&rU f , 4aViHiiM p ,w tis(il'r'!J'n " 1 11 J t , - i.;.fil'.t i Pi l' ! 1 . 'I I t ' 'li ! ftr .104 .KM . Slv. ill tiov . Ti . SK). . 1" , jv-r; . 7J. 104 ..MJf v HIQA3J UJQ 3H: 1 i i-iit -1 in in 1 period oflast fiscal year, .i;u,t)0.vi. oci tin?., .nr. -,., """""-''.- Thc i.(.e(wt i,f,;r re,rt. a decrease of $22,10328. hica?o. and Capt Mannf of In- 'Bre,,pta. , -. raarket v :....p;.,cA W son Morris. 1 diaiinnolia. I lie oiliv Krnim ui-v m ., ., .h,liBr. 1P,T i,k- lower ativ nuiuiii.iin.iiJ .... . . rr ., . 'f 0-P...1.. ..,!,.. ia a iL.tortlVi ..V l- 1 -... I.. I 'ill !.. 1'll HI t T ... nf I'll. 111.. Mill 1 ' .V . III '11 III tl'llIULS.. II UU .7 . ... .-- --- - BiriMIIIK .--' w .. . . --- lieilHUIIl i:"Cllv iiv I iiiii.viii.. ) ' . u nunc) , lu.i- I IT First Ark. VaL Bank! ' ! -.Ir i- I 870i - i r T)i ntiL.t itr'ipp.'7 fadluluH U ! AtVlaMi VaMe. ,fc . f t w a woiiMau.v. . 1 Wn. . WIIOJJMAK. -) WLI C. WOOIrMlN, J , t rVeaflffNl 1 r" At TEXAS CROPS. Houston-, Tex., June 24. ruw liiorniii"- the Houston -To-tiior-I'ost will WELLINGTON WAIfS .lulill L. Trout Is h ippj of iniUHi ilISS kHIBaaaBHaaaaHNBt ' BLLBaBBBLBB t aaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaan t?PIVbbb1bbbBB nu account hl first girl balij. Woik on llio now lonrt house it irn Mossing rddl. "lic will lie -i daUj. Iiilm T IlieViiuii line tii cn.Mlticriiislioni aWioU' nf inialCslh." but iL lifltcrnt IliN uiitnr,-. V piikimu iropuslniis IIk' wiUr iinins fmiii the vt.il .nut ri's.T.ilr tin Slate trotk tn tlie tiw i in tlui iiuitli putof llio !t) 11 M llnKiiiati, tnriiieil) pr.iirltni of ii... n.ttu in tni. f.iti. Ins laUen iliartfe nf tlie Ar'oni t iiiUW. Ilov. .". rilce and wif" u turned '-lir-diy f i om .i ilt in tin c isterupjit of the s.Ue. Tli InnUinj: litisiiics c! John U Wood Iu lici n merged luto a etoi k eompanj un ! dcr llie tiiinc or ''The Funners" ind ilc cliiililc'e l'.iliV.,' with .1 capital of $2W.W thcotliccis arc.lohn ti. ood. incident: 0. . I'liiit.i a-liier: and I. A. White. K r A. Hubbnr.l, G. V. IUrj;i. I) ell. I. N. Kni!,', Win. Ctfiino. t. X. Kltnla-ul John 5. Wood-, directors. Tt.o M.litrr. C. N. Flint, is coiiiliiraliuh i Q j -r-1 "T") T TH C I Utrangcr here hut comes with the host ot f? f) (J XvX-llliO !' references and fouitecu car- cxpcricnco and withali-i an aiMile plea-ant gentli man. ! nut. . ttii.tl.,.. . ll Itfl IM ffcl fl!lltIlfat ' 1UIMUVIUIUIUH'1.1 ii ifcti -.. ..s.-. i biilt-c. iho fall coufidenre of the pouplc. ' nnd ft- fcccc i almost aurcd. i... imiPiiutv .iitiinitllof: u'nri' ii)iif)ltlt ", ' ' , .....!... i:ii i.'in.. fnwnf Hie earth a mail ,,u'mV': "rr "..":,''" " '.'; .,;;;. levil.n was the senator from '". . '""". ."" "":"; :: ":" ill , . LonV the candidate ?of the otio o J ri' . 1K of La- iiepublicai; party f--r yke.resjde,,. of (V-Mte, for president, and W. M. the republic, but even that senator lad T hacher, of lloughis, Secretary, lion, shrunk back and he,.,. . riven f. u a i:. II. ri.nstou was re-nominated for sense ot duty. Oh. a i.l ''"" congrcs bv ac. lainalion. A series of. shades oi am nncr. -- .p . ------ revolutions, endorsing r.l.tiue and l.o- ami oiuer giua ...... . y- -1 - lican jiariv hi us iuin.i ...... .. ... glory and power. The Mexican sol dier, he s:iid. must wait for thtir pen sions until 1hj government should come into the hands ol the tcmocrjiey Uurkhart, postnnster Confirmations Jas.Ilartlett, ofS.d- tillo, consul ot uic tune.. on . ',,,,, lhrce Bcrie3 of Tcxa erop re that place. ... .. 1K,rS nml the jrencral condition of The committee of oiiifcrenco on the poH c0(17,tic Thc ,,ro,pet nuval appropr ation lull held a meet- . F"'1 ' ,,r, hl am, ',)r(ni,. ing, resulting in a disagreement on the cc,0'r-tll srwiiig Lie damage two chief itiii.n in i controversy, v.. : " ry po ri - t,matc,K Provisions lor fcteel cruisers aim lor - " - , ,.nelUc.j n.c the coinpiciion of monitors. cotton crop iu the up'laii'ls, and it is now iran ami liepuiilieauisiu generanv, wcic !inaiiimoiis adopted. Speeches nerc made bv Hon. A . J. Rurhinrui, of WjandoliV. and W. J. Illtte. afler , whiiji llieonention adjoarned. CKOP I'ROSPUCTS. Cuicaco. June 21. I'rom reports reeeitcd b the Farnters Ilexiewav to wheat prospects there is.-i promise of i fit I average erp. but not an enor mous ielil Th.' av i r.ie ield prom-i-es ui (M!ti;.i th.il of 18S:i, with ail ill- crci-ed ai-fiu"'. The reports lruii P.ilvoin ure iiiiilorinh ot a favor.ibli' cbaractir. Minnesota has the promise ot ".' per ceiit. of an aver a"e ct op. The pro-pecJs in Ohio, In iiTaiiu and Illinois are onlj fair and hac flmwu no lmprocment since the list report. The ield in Michigan promise- to tall iiniicr the jield of hist j ear. IJepurts from Missouri are dis cuiiraL'ing in tone. In Kauas thc oitt loek is good, but not quite so promis ing as a month ao. tl.nn.rlir lln MOllI Will CXI CCII ''.' 'r .... . i 18S2 and 18W. llotloiu iaiuis TAKING PRECAUTIONS ... i- i"p limn t I ll.nt of a. ,t rr o,t" of' SurW-on-Ccneral have been replanted and farmer, now Hammond, the secretarv of smte scut predict the largest . ,; .I- .i i, i'liiimi sinio. The "rain crop i tl I'niiiii iiiii:ii i ii in an a, r- consul at Tulon. France, with ii view to acertaiuinr the facts in relation ti ii.n r,.i.,.rii.il mithrcak of cholera at cron lor caro. the largest ever undo in Texas. For Choice, Fresh FalrTnalniriit and lli'Url.od, S"trt H. F. RHODES' GREENWICH AND VICINITY. oiitli-eat Corner Market Street. of loiisl Amine ami ; I-il MRS. KLENTZ -DK.VLKK IN- MILLI1TERY And Human Hair Goods, ! Fo :At EJitvr tf tf IKiilg Eagle: 1 learn tint, General Hatch has gone dow n to oust tho boomers, -inc writer coni- 1 miuded a conipsny of cavalry under him for ir.purjcars. We ahvajs oufled 'em. I1U ralljins cry . "sUc 'cm h boys." ' The dcnlzcus or tliU hur and neighbor hood were never more prosperous or elated than now On every hand can be ccn the cheering evidences of thrift and abundant harvests. Among recent improvements the donncnwlndow and piazza added to M.J. Caln'n beautiful homo, and tho fine reI ilonre ol Mr. Phillips, adjoining town, are Aliuounccs that vho will uot be under- ' especially noticeable. Several pastures hare 4 1 1... . .-.l.K. 1.. .... ti. Ilin 1 . I- - 1 .P .nl...t .. 1.1. .lA..1- r. vap liecn Cliciuscu auu mitu mu pii-viv ...aliit. on which thc murderous barbed wire is al- niot dally gcttlnc in il work. i Home eeker, with the rubicund vise of 11. A.Joues pulling In their wake, are The action on this bill w.K'srdl'imti-e to the nation. ' " , - -, n W Wil-ou defeudi d tlm.niueuilmriiU'o the bill. 'I he bill ss-ninendeil.-lies.nlil, t'livc us a complete tv-teiii Hiat pro vided for Hie I'nion o!dier- as u ell as the Mexican soldiers, and that was ulint we mitsl have. Morgan i-i.iil she pie-stuL object ol course was political. t lire-- the Demo crats to the wall ; to attempt to prove that thev w'ere oppo-ed to pensioning union eoldiers, while, thc fact was the were not satisfied. It was thc"delibr ato judgment of the northern people such people should now bo paid. In the course of his remarks Morgan said : 'Take the Candidate for the prc-i-dencv. He was a valiant talker m the war,"but he never went to the war. lie remained at home and ncrumii lateil hi, million ilollan. and lvis '-ul- struck in four placls. ' siiiuto went to the war." RiciiFiKLn S.vuiNtis, X. Y., June William "Xo,he didn't. He -'Ot 21. Duriii" a thunder storm this :l furlough and remained at home afternoon lightning mick m four dif- After alliidina to the brawrv lereut places. At uic ranroau iiepcu oi tne rviipiiuia "pp """ r ri about half ot the end was torn out. in the late war Morgan A moment later an ov in the Mrcct said: "When you como to --peak or was killed. The third bolt entered that heroic man from Illinois (Lgau) thc shoe store of Loscc Jt Co., and ex- who will stand second on your ticket plodcd live small c mnoii. Thc fourth l at thc coming election, who was an bolt leveled several telegraph pole, j heroic man both iu thc Mexican and Reports, from lhe lake announce c- thc late w ar: vv hen you spend about rious vama-'c. '' Ibis plume, not the white plume E J0f Xavarrcc. but the red poin- THE boys win. non of a soldier dipped Cnic.u.o.Jiiuc2t. Tha legal mov j in thc blood of his adrersarj; when! to oust the- Chicago league bae bal lyon come to pcak of that, in order club from its grounds ou the Lake that his heroism may Maud well in its front failed. Judge Blodgett in the trae ctilors. on must draw in the federal court this afternoon givimr ajbackgroandof the picture the form of decision which permits thc occupation j a Confederate soldier fighting valimt of the grounds for the present season, ly for hk cau'e. for it that soldier liad but oujoiu the citv from leasiag tlie ln aauapatriotic, lialf-bcarted, un- Ue-t Toint in I.sri, ami was a vt'term of live wars. Kintai City Live Stock. Kas !, Citt . June II, IBHI. uteady fr iera aTer- irinit Jifi to 1.1U0 II. 4S.ltUMitn" andfeeili-m. l -Mil.'.w; rw.. rair v -, ta.V54(4.. Uoc llecelpU. .'CI ; market flrai and 10c tiiaber ; IoU arerairinK luC to i.i !. o'vl at WVrJUHtJ.lS; bulk at 4.SMt4.a-. 8afs-RerfpU, W7 1 market quiet ; natfet, fair Up irooil, .!..' 4 uo. St. LPii Orals and Prtxt. St. I)H, June SI. 1WI Kiuiv Market nuclianfeJ. WmtAT-atarkH rtilet t only "lrrU trail ing No 2reI,l ot4l.i'i eah ; :.W.er July ; ju'.'tWO.p.e Anrntt; Vl'.U'.le (Septem ber ; JfiS'f-.e October Outs Market dnll and without notalila rhanre 1 SS'.'fetWP.'c caiih ; M'.e Jnne OAT4-Market .low ; MP.cta.bj a'.ebld ft.rl Joly ; 2c aki Tor Auimt Ittnirr Floor, 3.( barrel wheat. 7. iAboahela; corn. M,w bmtiel.j aH, K,B biuhela ; rye, none ; barley, none Siur'T Flour, T.tttl barrrlat wheat, d.oio bnsbebi; rwrn. 4J, buIl; oala, none; rye, none; iiariey, nooe THIS SPACE BELONGS TO Snively, COHHMr-OJIUKNTtfi-. , Amerlean tTxehanje Nat'l Hf .k, w Tok rirat atlpal Wank. . VHmf, III la n.nk of Kan.a till, kV-auaa CI.V, iiHiiri MliMB Muni) d JLr iMiWacuiiliMt our No. 3 3 .Main Srfttt . Ill i Geieral iaitiM' i ,. T . )k fa all IU ipodern tnarilu T in il Hi" Ltu Mtvejr M J ' Oa all Miturart-iry eullatartd n, Haoaal or enlll-t aimaaMW Itv itnattaaar with time from i.oe. lay t Tar. A Ef (Utl tlekata ty 1nHWl aatVai Mm or tMmrIMi4i'i4'rrHar fnrtai all kriael 11 Kan,M eirU, TIB Xurth UmiM Uojd orl'nuH liar. , i la the oraaalJUH- of Um f Irai ArkMaj Vatler BaaCTXr WlrklU. RCaaaa. W lit-le Wilhite n,.ii iH.i-1 If the answer snoitid uiui- , ate a serious epidemic loral .p.nr.uitiiie ol no ' PC"; " J : ore-id ng, s,. LouUZiT. St-,ck. stations throughout the luited Slates J,, "pS-' '- "" Ja" il ltM- will be advised to ,. o,d prc-autto ,s an exc SsTf SS Sehnrr, ilorac-1 C.ttIwh.i .MrW j a,raitlsl iliv iniro ' uiin' .- ;; - . . ,. . rv-i,. ,,, .,, t. ! toprrwienQe,rrT ..v. - . .-..-. "-- , r .. .V.:l i ... H Dcming and L. A. I).11V,to IK III- '-.- 4 tn better demao'li ePrta, 1 ca-enpupiiips '""''.' rreased bv two other members, w hoc M.'4tW3. 1 to ckie ahlpjaacaa lien. Ward V.. Ilitrnll of New or., Fr- . '"' .,,'., immediately "( Bmiita mli, M.4t-. u Ta- diiMlh-rf to-dav. He graduated at uty it l al be to prepare .mr.eu j M'aMrrt, HiJi r ri Texa.a, --- - 1i,i..iilinni. in iica nniiiraini i a,iiL d n - ". f (IWUIitlKeall? " v !-- w . -- i 1IIH ahicraenla, nnv mirnorjwir, lit m i.i.i.i;.iiii tniers throiirrhout the cotlli- ,..-iL-it.t. In- setting forth the reason, why they g-Jjry. iXlUll should not vote for IHaino and Igan. JT5tra, woo4Jfl iamJ, 5 s i Texan, t 1 BAD BREAKS. " Cblcaea Grain and Prixluc. Ciiicaoo. Jnne U, le4 I'tocn Quiet. Restless; Sleepless & Reliable Real Estate Firm! SAX Fi.ANTJSCO,June2i. A Stoik i,. i vi srwriivl savs the breach in i the V.lk Ridge levee at Union Hand Uf 5 now fortv lert wide. F.fTort- to stop, Wnr-T Market un--nll awla V the mt Jon In Wall atrK-t, bat withal the '!! atlon . , vimi " --v - -- . .. - - .-- ii. tlmt- nf the water have oecn aoa'i-i rmirr: wimiii.i -. .K., io i r.:. i-n i. ,-j m the ir.f !.- rniMii jpflwa ro .c.fellS.e, doncd. Several thonaii(I acre, wheat w ill be dc-' royed Effort close the bresch in the levee al lower division of Robert I-Iand also abandoned. It U impo--.blc to ilctcrmine the evcntiiil lo- in 1 latter case. ' atrmirer; npeBed Brm aa tp ruw rj of 4er irsWJdeaaaad. a4 tt hlitber ra ," VTleei wete a.tall ai th. fmblKavtlon oC arc vet rnlerf ateadper. tli4a K4e OTer yealay eiouac ; -vi7 Jn. MT.ifSV.e, ttMVe. claatna; ax PC J. aSct AajrmiPt, tfimKj,t, tnxvwic. ru the Ttatkle- PAYING THEIR RESrECTS TO THE DEAD WasiiistoN', June 24 Secretaries Lincoln and Teller have irone to 1'hil-.-ldelnhia (o alteiu1 the iiincr.nl of the I'vic IIi-hp,Simpsou. -' ' ' , endorse Mcdonald. IMIIANAIHILIS "'! ,,,,,r - 'l'I'C Democratic state nominating conven tion will be held here to-morrow. There hi been sonic talk of nominat ing Scnntor Vorhec for governor, but to-night he announced that he would not be a candidate. I he plat form will contain resolutions in-lnict- , in- thc delegate to cast the otc of ratification at boston. the Mato for McDonald ns a cuiititLvc Hoston. June 2L The ItcpubJIcaji for nomination for president. ;,laic committee voted to hold a rati' Tbc delegates to ('hicao are as fol- cation meeting a -oon as senator low--: At-irgc, Iho?. a. nominee. Hoar and llepreciiutive o:i m of Marions Daniel , ooriiecj Vigo; Kolicri U- icii, oi vueu ; iuas. prCeun r.l..- .if iTulnrlinTfV liialrirt - r e..Mii t.ri r.v r-ir-in . . -' I i ... V rm . viiv. e . .,.. .- ---,. tj Mai mhl tlriXM. 1BB f delegates wcr ato eiwicti. n.c"iaronnUtlii'Oiiuin i-auon au " ""-' rT' ,'5' vvh.i Urtey. IlCld comities, -- 11- badpeU i judckent against garrison. ?tt&jiZ V-t Vr.ntr .ltin "4.. inCffHlfUl 0- buMn rye. tt jm.oew, hj, a-,.... ..-...-. --- m .i:...i. ken today by default gaiiii j-3- - Chicaro L4 Stock. Go M Item tot l-ff alo. ThT ilrlr. their m ftft. kaett e4 earrtaa. apn ivw .WH . . . w 4h4r Wewftll r. IPO'! aitiier 4 leer lee. asWeabnMewai u tnraVo w 'leal la mu. aaraiM.ac ! Ibm INrltln krittilly Hnta4n r IU ImMUuaf aaaeeaa. 1 9 i- r,t u vmwUcI iafi4 V MMtu ally reiiIWa inr the aai4i-a m ef bVibwB t I t.i.(.l th ia.t iiviuror riHPK. . lirtlfwlih yBiailUP iarn ileiwl-l fr1. hM ylnjaiaa.-mi wkwM' nvcinUe. aKall Uppf ItfiaMM. ! Madly aw " MManMiM jnait t Ui aratl tb(B)l'M Uaraf4ak4 oar iaij)Wat 4 i ' mmtmmr aaaf a tfcilwt ta)a , w -faAaafWatJ JOHN DAVIDSON, Ttfat i . t , Pioneer Lumber Ma TallrCMMataVal .- - a u va - m - - "-7 lllC elod-at(Cet ffteror-r, 'rrnM,MVlp't 4 r. . -w.i MTt anil Ann! nrlr report bowM a rnlaetloo of only . traiWavj-rleea BnetaaV-l la a ra r ,. e. cU-at-'e orrr yeattntoy. Ca4h. Vl; JieX: July. M'.-iS'ie. elt-iar at Sif.ej terober SlJ!Se . r """...! '......I 1.1 o.apdatU ami --teanlr. Caah, S'i Jf "l Crapo could make arraixuiwu- jj;; jjpuet Jtfy, J,1V J AV uisirici r Siercdy iucxirr riour, 1S. barrel i wheat, J4. ihey call 14. " Write lti-M. Ik CacTijirdna. IftCtHs-Mt, ft Ttjltam. t lo Ovoet, . a Or!- (M fajfb !- rf tntem pf Mr4la rUk-f-a .?' tie. Itala 4, WlrtUi, IvaaM. l-i Khr i'MA&lfti itfl jffc' tji. i L CMflt Suwk dTiX Lxmr. i delegates are selected with the under standing that they will support McDonald, and that llcn..ncks will plaeo him in nomi uoiion. Thc present electors at large arc. Ratios W. Ilauna, of Montgomery. Dr. Vt. II. A. Hunter, I -a t-1 C. K. Garrison "for 20,WJ, I he mnnni nf a note mode bv the I it t J.- ., sold bv anv ctabliMimciit in the citv for the next two months, " either at wholesale or retail. Next Deer Seita of Weodnai's Bank grounds for any purpose thereafter. HEAVY STORM. Mixxe.iolis. Mitra., June 24. The. Jottrnars Duliith special say : A fu rious wiud aud rain storm swept avpi" this country this moruiag kiarooiag liousca and barn, darnagiacuona, etc. Xo fatalities are reportedv . " " tne KaBJt Men who had run from his tltigt Jok ' A. 1-ogan's Klory wtnld no Mtincii to his triumph on th2lUiefclds of Mexico. We re all. Anerk-an, Mr. rresTdent, I am preadeef thc men that stotxl up a4rakvtU8 duriDg the war aud what- Ter other men that did not go to the war lUUlt'l, BllJU-m "" ...- -. . . Dtsubom. Iscnstor V oorhec, will be. burg, ctevciauu , u," '-"." pcrriiancut chainnan of the couven- cominy ami enrioreed by (.sm-ou. lion and Webs,U-r Dixon secretary- Tl holder o lhe noieia who-e favor Hendricks was a-ked to prciidc, but thc judgment was entered i the declined, pleading an attack of the Xat-onal Uroadway bank. rheumatism. a close call. CmeiAO, Ja l, l". TV Omeft Uvi tralU H-Er. ISI WCeU, tW;! market jwnle.atety aeUee aa.1 ) W . . plarT dii.? t Uf fr3e. M ? r attu Seneiuta. . s HivtunU, M he.Ty aa4 roei l tower ; W Pjdy ; export. 44 rx V 4e BtdT-tBX, u . ...m m awn-sam:. k im e. --- --- r- . .- M HlTxal,aa. f. 'tei-- - . . i wets.. llUj. tTll r nevmiTTB xthTENccn. VrAi' Xjisims. June 24. While the (hvciNVATi, June 24. A Jackson, cold water army children were givlnfq .. " . . 11 n r ... .ini-tammint. (hit errnmir. 1 tan- Ohio, special S3: Ji. s,. iveuuau. u .......-.-...,---"-------of ..-irf. aUtpraU. wan the defaulting county treasurer, vv a, p-rancc pyramid on uie slaK- -' vid7TtW,ii.wej fafarior u, rr, sentenced lc-d.iv to sirvcarsin thc way ana Msvcniy-Bvc couurc- in.-. .ajmaj; nv-Et t . wn. may think 6f us those men arc I penitentiary. H, ui none were tajureti. a ro-, ca - , - -.. - IO itm '' ' " ' ff ' 'f e..t . 'a. J -rt rlr Xt , a! !. . pf0' . : '"tW b up- . . "W'J. ..; .b ' - - ' ' wS-- . . t mz ' a i. i, e -. !. HSI J- ' - '' i n ; 3s - m Sj UI1IM4.LK.H, . .1 LATH. IXHlh, HAMf.Jko l-ayaaavaMpI " r I . tf 0B4 -Ml rr IbM Jrreet. M A f tea 4f ttrm' Wfmt ' - II J. P. AT.TVFiN. Every TftingrKaptriTn Fift-Cla ;-- Jruf SKV U r ccirn-4cro am ouot. . 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