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THE VALLEY CITIES.
Notes From the Growing Towns of the
FROM WICHITA TO CLEARWATER
THE "SUNFLOWER ROUTE."
Friday morning, the 27th inst., at G:."0 we
climhed the construction train on the I ort
Scott, Wichita Southwestern and enjoyed i
a pleasant ride over the rich alluwai prairie
lands lying between tho metropolis of the
southwest and the bran new city of Clear
water. Alter crossing the big river :iud
rolling along through the high prairie lands
that intervene between Wichita and the again at other times beautiful and we it
southern boundary of the county, what a ( sovereigns, half dust half deity, look out
glorious picture met our gaze. SortU and ; upon it in a spirit of true worship, tho
Bouth,cait and west, fur as the cje could j green grass and trees and swelling buds
reach, u vast tea of waving wheat, oat and j our altarr and the frweet brcatli of Sunday's
corn, with alternate field-" of pjHture cover-i holy morning our incense. We cannot
cd with caltle,hort.-s and mules lay stretch-1 stand up beforo the eyes of our fellows,
ed out before ourvisiou like a at pano- perhaps, and fold our hands and mpve our
rama. j lips in audible prayer, but who can say
The wheat is all ready for tti- reaper, , that the Lord's pauctuary is not every
one of which may bo seen at vvoik in every j where that the holy cpirit breathes
Held. The crop arc the finest we ever j around touching the hearts to obedience
navv. We venture the abortion that the ' and true homage. To the Fathe?-of us all
wheat yield in thi iclnity will roach an we lift our hearts and crave a Sabbath
average of thirty-lit bushels per acre, i benediction. Thou called us here and are
Oats are an immense crop and corn i- mote ' we not the children of Thy hand? For life
than live feet high. At 8 a. jn. we reached
the end of tho track, thrrc-juartcr of a
mile from Clearwater. Hcic we met our
old friend Jlr. Peter Ilognc, the veteran
track lajcr of the Fort Scott load, who
Informed lis that he would strike thu town
about .r p. in., and that we could ride to
Wichita that evening by rail. From the
end ol the track vc wended our wav on
foot toward, the tmbrvo city, tvheic we I
met our old friend Major Prottor, who!
kindly volunteered his -ei vices to show us '
Clearwater is titunted upon r. gentle cmi- i
nencu overlooking the Nlnucscili river. II '
is oncof the very bcrt locations in the stilo .
and it is destined, ere long, to become one j
of the most important liuriness centers m j
tho Nlnncscah valley. It is liibutary to a i
largo aiua of the moit fertile laud In the
ktate, being twenty miles distant from any
other town of note. The soil about here Is i
also remarkably well adapted for fitiit cul
Clearwater i now the the
(.ciiler of at-
traction. Pusincss men and speculator
are Hocking here from almost every state in
the Union. The influx i so great that ho
tel and boarding house room is altogether
iiiaucijuniu 10 accouimou.iic lucin, so
that every available hou-c Is dratted
into ecrvirc to play the role
of an hotel. Some ol thu ftrangpis
complain that (he price ol lots is altogether
too high, business lots running from 9100
The historj- of ( leal water as a town dates
back just six vvcrkh. That It has nrule giant
strides in material progiess during that pe
riod may he leadily seen by aglame at the
following business directory. Iui-geiicral j
stores, two groceilcs, one dry goods and
clothing hiui-e, one huidvvarc store, three
drug stores, live lumber jard-, one harness
shop, three livery stables, throe phy-icia'is,
lour leal estate agencies, two billiard hall-,
two bakeries, one meat market, two black
smith shops, three liutcl restaurants, one
bank, two baiber shops, and one church.
There are also :i line hotel, tour
Htoros and a grain w..relioil-e In t
course of erection. Mr. .las. . JCelley,
late of thu Mulvaue Perord, will launch a J
new weekly here in a few davs. j
The business men of the infant citv in
tlcipalu n brilliant future for thu town, and .
the pu-scut prospect Hre indeed thitUring !
tu tho consummation of that end. The
arc tusking yxtranidlunry prcpirations lor
celebrating our nntul da ou a grand scale.
Tho following Is a list of the rolld bu-i- j
iicss men of Clearwater:
I. M Tracy, gcueral melchainli-e and
trugs; Magi!! .t lllin, geneial niurch'iii
liso; P. Huiirlcui, general merchandise: Dr.
I). P. (Sreenlee, ilrugs; W. T. Mcl'ie, hard
wun.';jWm. Po-s, .Ituticu of lliu.l'cace, real
estate and general Und ullicc; Win Dustin,
feed stoic; II. I. Strohm .V Co., staple
and fancy groceries, (jucrnswaie, cutlery;
J. T. Plliott, bakery and lestaurant; .1.
C. Dudley, general incrcaiidWc; A. I.akeiii,
boots and shots; P. Adams, furniture;
l.iudcnhuist, banker; JI. S. Adams, l.uo ol
Minneapolis, Minn,, holel and restaurant;
T. H. l'stteiscn. lumbci;. C. Tliomp-ou
.t Co., lumber; Psdger Lumber Company.
C. A. Swarlzliiuii-.gcr; Posley.'; Christie,
City JleatMirkct; A. II. Proctor, leal es
tate and insurance; Huslctt .t (ircen, real
estate; II. II. Hammers it Co., livery , feed
and sale stable, horse dealers, etc.; '. P.
Lawrence, JI. !.; S. H. Wilbur, JI. I).; It.
I). McKnight, furniture; J. T. Peed, livery
and feed stable; A. II. Wood, harness; l-
P. Akins, real i-tatc owner I. It. P.
(Sreenlee, JI. D.; Capt. Jim Dennit, con-1
ti actor and builder.
Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock
Henry Drvcr met with a very unfortunate,
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?, um li nmv iirciif- sfriniii Ht'riuriii. ill .
happened to be m the gun shop of Herman
Gucnthcr, on Douglas avenue, hlU' li
proprietor was rcparing a target gun, .uh
nsis commonly used in -hooting gallery
and which, wo believe, carries '--
ball. Jlr. Dryer vras talking vv ith t'"'"'"
anu k-t. r..B...K .. - ;
mnrrtn nf llii "llll. which be llioll'-llt '
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was uuoaocu. ..r. v.. ..... .c,.c. . . . -;
mlnded him of his carelessness but no
was standing directly in front of it, the
ball struck him nearlv in the center of the
stomach, mining into hi person no one
IVIIU.IP lt.111 llll. L .....HI,, t'tl.'. 'jui.v .
ireciy, anil lliougo me nunnuisi man ain- i
,- ... , rt 1
cd a few doors cat Irom tliegunshop after
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mc acciueiu. or soon ucca.uc i;uin .mu
weak tlist he was obliged to sit down and j
wait lor the back, which soon . sine and ,
lonvcved him to bis home near the Catho-
lie church. Jlr. Dijcrl-a Cerinau. of about j
forty years, we should judge, and iuot of.
-in oti-rrob!il tonstitution. The doctors,
-ay it i uiipo-sihlt til thc present time to
t;ivp an opinion a- to the itiouhu ' ''le (
wound, hut llu v cem to think that tin- ,
less itillammalioti sets in Jlr. j
Dryer will be all right again j
in a short time. Jlr. (Juculher feel verv
bad over the accident, though he was In no
way to lilunic for it. We hope the wound
vlll pruvo less sctlou thhii some seem to
think, and that Jlr. Drvir will l.eup and
about iu a few iht. People would do well
to rcmenib'-r that iu nine casc out often it
is the unloaded gun that doc ths mischief.
ONLY "MflLE AND FEMALE."
Aniutclliirrnt ladv ol this citv, the pre-
nldtng spirit of a home filled with happv,
healthy children, .-iftcrrcadingotir editorial I
paragraph on "Wom-in suffrage," reque-t- J
ed her husband to give u hi hand as
prosy lorine sentiment expressed. a sU0 ;
would git e ner ovv n w hen she M.oiiM meet ,
iu in her own home. With pleasure we f
. . .. . .
acknovvieugeiuo couneons enuorscmem. .
Thc truth is-al least we are ,o conv inced,
and our estimate comes from ob-ert ing the
methods and spirit of thc women-leaders In
this movement that woman suffrage tends
not onlv to the unsatisfactory stnto of at-
fair predicted, but if once the rule in this
countrv, wc would have siniplv
the "mate and fetnile" where wc
now havo "men aud women" and,
that within a brief period the name of!
fither and mother, kistcr nnd brother,
would become absolute, to which no mem-'
Ing would attach, tinrnlj" because these
1 names come of home, an J homes arc out of
question where woman' presence is not
! continuous. Take woman from the home
' and that home is gone, and home, he it
I ever fO humble, alone keeps alive the name
of lather and mother, Bister and brother,
and all the (-acred sentiments and incense
! tt ith which these names arc associated.
THE DAY OF REST.
, Sunday Services in the Churches ot the City.
i Yes, a day of rest, and of worship in tbc
( churches. Uut the church walN do not
j hold all of God's worshippers. This worlds
j bitter and in its tolccs unanswering, is
j with all its joys, and hopes and Intplrations
i and lotts, and for even its sorrows, for
Thou canst make sorrow a blessing. To
! Thee we look. Help us to uc our life for
. noble ends. Thou mayat, in Thy wise love
, dtnj us much thai we desire, but help us
' to bo men of such stature and grace as was
patfrned by the meek and loving Xaarinc.
"Villi duvc-liko wings peace o'er our city
lliedlzlugmlll-wlicrl tests: the anvil's din
Ilasch'td all, nil, (.round Imjalctnoss.
Regular services to-day at the Catholic
'hurcli at iO:JK) a. m. and 7:20 p.m. During
tho morning service "'The Forty Hours'
Devotion"' will commence with a grand
church procesiion around tho grounds. All
i are most cordially invited to attend,
j Tlicicwill bono services at tlis Paptist
J church this morning or evening, but Sun
day school will be held as usual at 2:30 p.
j in. The pastor, Pev. "dr. Harper, went to
Ft. Scott a few days agoto deliver a lecture
t bnfore tlio Normal school at that place, and
a tciegiain received iroin nun instcTcnin
by Mrs. Ilai per, slated that he would be
unable to return as he had intended.
This ,i children's day at the V. JI. P.
church, and a very Interesting programme
of excrcNes appropriate to tho occasion
has been arranged. Thcro will be ad
dr sse, ess'iys, and tlio discussion of va
rious topics. The theme of the morning
discourse, at 11 a. in. will be a ".Mother's
Duly to Her Children.'' Sabbath ttchool at
2.30, and prcaehlug In thu evening at 8
o'clock. The church will be handsomely
decorated, and the little folks arc especial
ly invited to attend.
Popular services of the Methodist church
at the rmk, conducted morning and even-
ing oy the pastor liuv. i;.vv. ruiiii)s. auu
day school at 2:30 p. in.
Pleaching by Pev. Ilowitl at the Pieshy
tcriiu church at 11 a. in. and at 3 p. in.
.Sunday school at2:M in the afternoon.
Services as usual at the new church in
the Cuilwrightdi-tiict, and at the tiumer
'H other churches in this city.
A LONG RIDE OVER A NEW COUNTRY.
Jlr. .John Tucker, ex-county treasurer,
returned from a long horsc-b.irlc ride over
the country to the west end south of
Wichita, fully two hundred and llfty miles.
He hauled up finely at a point within thirty
or foity miles of the southwest corner of
the state, the terra inengnita of the south
west, vvlieio he and his couipiuy found a
home and abundant range for their cattle.
He left Wichita on the l.lili of Jlay, and lie
I says the trip was a revelation. The country
i thev secured their ranch in is destitute of
running water or -urface water of any
kind, and they weieeompclled to sink Wells
for a supply for their herd. Jlr. Tucker
says the aver.igo estimate ot tho
country for the iirt hundred or
hundred and fifty miles west ol
Wichita N n mistaken one. No better or
liner bodies of -igiiciiUur.il lands hardly,
can be found than the prairies of Pratt
county, and even for some distance south
west ol tint county, and he says just as
soon as a railroad is extended out there tho
countiy will settle up and that thickly so
that a rsllroad would develope a sustaining J
support by the time it vvn fairly finished, j
The lauds or Kinney louuty arc Idgh and I
dry although heavy rains (ell there .during
ht stay. Jlr. Tucker comes back tonkin g i
a little browned, but greatly improved in ,
health und strength.
x. , , . , , , ,,,.
Icstcrday ancrnoon at about 4 o clock
thealurmoflirii vvas sounded, and in a few
I moments Jlain street was thronged with
I people eager to learn where tho lire had ,
I originated. A smoke was seen assendlng ,
j in large volumes above tlio housetops in ,
tho north pirt of the city, It was believed dicncc by her singing, the lasiciiorus, ' .y..)0,OoU Ihe appropriation lorcoimn
at fli-st that the jail was burning, but fortu- a selection from " Yunand"' was bcauti- ; uing the improyemcut of the Tenne-
u-ilLly tills was lound to lie a mistake. iuoi
ij(. o r atc, fron) S0Inc unkn0WI1
1, . a ,mll, tr:imc ,tMc belonging to ,
nmo & clBUnIli -ncat0(, 0 tllc a ncar
' ,,ocorncr ()f MaAl!t amI TIllr(, htrccK n ,
L fcw 1110lm,Ill5 ,ll0 tl:lblo was , ,lc, B t
w.i,aNo the bo-ird fence in its tear. The
... . ... ... ..,
,ire companv were promptly on hand, but
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were too late to save tuo stable, liiciiames
vm COI)trollcii ,,cforc rcachinK lc bulM.
llcar ,,.. on cither. Idc Had there. '
Mavl tlu. llsmes
i would undoubtedly hato been carried to
I other buildings, and the conflagration
i proved a serious one. As It was the loss is
I quite small. It Is a mlMrry, however, hotv
llre caught, lr. P. Jlcl'.irland who
I (.. .iiiiiK, lit imp i.i.L i ,n kij i i.r
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there vv ere no children about the -table, nor
dul -.he sec an person near it before or Im
lacdiatcl alter thc (ire.
A CHANGE OF TIME.
A change in the lime t-ible of thc ;-auta
l'e tnkps circct Tuesday. The only clnnge
worth noting and effecting thi city i- on
the Wichita i: Western. Tho express
leaves Klugman at &:!.. a. in. and arrive
here at 7:15, two hours. Tlio cxprc-
Icnvesherc for Kiugmau atD:03 at night and
arrive at Kingman at 11:05. Mac train
each day and each way will be run between
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II icu.iu ;um mc ii.a.u line. .in ;iiiu,iiuu-
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IIULIUII LllII Will iUUlU II ILIill.l Ul III! U-
man v:t '.' a. in., and leave Kingman at C-.I0
a. m. and arrive here at 10:10 a.m. Kinc
nian people can come to Wichita and spend
the entire day. but our people cannot co
to KInzman and back thc same dav.
L. II. Pullrn, of Winticld, wain the
t. ". Jlorri, of I.srnard, was at thc
ti,,., !,. ,. ct c...:n. c..n
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C0HI1, , us n htM ca Cstcrda.. af.
Jir.james.ionncnv oi L.aiione.inti..nuL
.,,. . .
,uorc. "B '? of C.owIc-v mr ". n n
lUK K,,-y """'H "-"", " '
out Ior a Soou ,arta-
j J. It. lead came in from his farm
terday, which lays about five miles
the city. Ho has over 250 acres of corn, a
. largo proportion of which Is higher than a
man's head while sitting on a horse.
35.Geo.Kltch, a prominent netvfpaper
man ol Rochester, X. Y., arrived In Wich-
ita from the cast last evening-, and Is the
guest of J. It. Mead. Mr. ritch come to
Kansas on pleasure and to fee the country.
THE GOLDEN RULE.
The Young and Prosperous Dry Goods House ct
Nassauer & Hipsh.
Among tuo more recently csiauusueu aim t
prosperous business houses of Wichita is (
that commonly known as the "Golden
Rule" store. Started a little over one year
ago in a little room on Douglas avenue, it
has now attained to about the third place
In the list of large dry goods houses in the
city. This rapid growth has been brought
about by strict application to business and ,
fair dealing on the part of the proprietors j
who not alono believe in treating every one
alike, but practico it, and as a natural con- j
sequence people occo trading at the Gol- j
den Kule ever after go there to purchase
goods, knowing that they will get bottom
figures and goods as represented. j
Thi h-jusc was established in April 1SS-1 '
by the prc-ent manager, Mr. X. Nassauer,
who is a member of the firm of Xti'sauer &
Hipsh, the proprietors of tho Golden Pule
and alfO of a large dry gods houso at Fay-1
cttcville, Tcnn., which has been doing
business in the latter placo over eighteen
years. Having accumulated more money
than was needed in their business at Fay
ottcvillc, and having become impressed
with the glowing accounts he had
. . . ..
somnwcsicrn Jvansas anu oi tt icuua, jir.
Nassauer determined to come here
and establish a branch hotiso
and that ho is well pleased with his west
tern venture is lully attested by tho ar
rangements he has made tor passing the
balance of his life in Ibis city, and in timo
giving over the care of business to his son.
The room formerly occupied by the Golden
Pule store soon became too small for the :
rapidly increasing patronage, and Jlr. ",
was obliged to seek more commodious
quarters. I'iually he succeeded in having
the building he at present occupies at 122 ,
Douglas at mite, erected for his especial
use. Pcing built lor that purpose, the
room is admirably adapted to the dry goods
business. It is 23x100 feet on tho ground
and Is well lighted from front to rear,
thus allowing of a close inspection of goods.
Upon the shelves may be found in large and
choice quantities all of those articles per
taining to the dry goods trade; also
fancy goods, caipets, gents' furnishing
goods, boots and shoes, and a small line of
clothing. Of course the bulk of the stock i
dry goods, which for quantity ;and quality
is rivaled by but few houses in the south-
vtcst. Having had some thirty-two or three
vcars exiicrloiire in this mrllf.nl.ir lirfn.r.i
a wide acquaintance with eastern factories,
knowing when to go upon the market and
buying in lar quantities lor cash, both to
supply tho tradn of the Golden Pule,
and the houso in Tci.icsce, it is no won
der that the Golden Pule Is ulde to eel!
goods at such figures as defy competition
and w liich lias gained lor it a lar -, regular
and constantly Increasing patrona- ex
tending all over the country. The succe.-.
ful business career of Masiucr & Hipsh is,
only uch as has been experienced by in my
other hou-cs ol this city, and which is al
most certain to follow well directed energy,
close application to business and honorable
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the register or deeds' oflice
June 28 :
Dolphon HiitchiiiKS to T. T.Davis,
lots ."i3 and CO on Topeki avenue, in
block 7, Onno it Phillips' addition
II. G. Toler to JI. P. Adams, lots S7.
.T.l. 41 ami 4" on I'.ycr's avenuo in
Tracy it liver's addition to Clear
water,. . ."
li. V. Paird.jr., to JIary Heir, part
of lot 10 in Jlcad's addition to Knst
Jlrs. Laura .1. Paul to l'rankliu P.
Giles, lots o, 4. C and S of'scc :-20-l
Sue C. Thomas to Jlount Hope Town
Company, parcel of land on ke cor
ner of tho sc qr of c l"-2.V3wrst,..
Jlaltle J. Pandall to Jit Hope Town
co., parcel land in the nvv corner of
thenvrnr of sec 21-25-3 west
K W Dean to Jlount Hope Tow n com
pany, p-irecl ol land on tno sw cor
ner of the sw qr ol section 10-2-25-3
Thomas II Paudall to Jit Hope Town
company, parcel of land near the
no corner of the nc qr of sec 20.-25 3
Chas rirebaugh to Koss Harris, the
undivided lif of the sw qr of sec
Fredrick Schattncr to 1. II. Crabbe
lots 57. 50, C3 and 05 on church St.,
W P Williams to I) O .Matthews, w
lif of the swqrof 10-27-1 eat
David" I. Green to John 1 Andcrws,
lot 5 on Topeka avenuo in J O
Hihbons add to Wichita
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSEMBLY.
Ottawa. Kan.. June 28. A large
number of persons were again in at-1
tendance at the intcr-statc Suudav
school asseiublv to-dav in this city. At
r - wM ,vcn a,
,,'.,,",,. ... .i;rj:nii nf
.,rof micr;v;nj all,i a Verv fine musical j
scitcf,on wai; given. "Among the,
poloists was Mrs. Ada "Wilson Uurhan
0f Cincinnati, who captivated the an-
lully sung, noiwiinstauuing me t fcc river, including mussel snoais, aim
fact that the choir had but a short the senate diagieed to thc reduction,
time to rehearse it. In the evening , mid replaced the original amendment,
l'rof. W. lfichards delivered a delight- Williams urged the di-agrcement to
ful lecture on the marvels of magne- the reduction proposed by thc com
tism. which lie illustaated with many mittee for the Kentucky river, and
wonderful experiment. He will lee- other Kcnltickt improvements. He
ture again on Monday evening, on the also strenuou-ly oppo-ed the proposed
Wonder of Electricitv. and a great reduction in the case of the Ohio river
treat is anticipated. To-morrow Rev. at Louisville.
uVon er of Flectricitv
' OIlULr HI l.lLLlIlvUt
-, g Htirllillt will preach in thc inoni-
ns, and Kef. I). II. Snowdcn in the
insr. anil liev. u. M.&nowiicn in tne
afternoon. On Monday Chancellor
Joshua A. Lippincott, ot the Kau-a
State L"niverity, will lecture in the
morning, anil E. S. Wallace, E-q. will
deliver an aitilrcss iu the aitcrnoon.
McPiiKitsoN, June 28. The Hepub-
licniis of Mcl'her.-on countv elected
the following delegates to "the -tate
convention to-uav: vv. v. .viurpliv.
ll. II. Kellv, J. 15. Dorran. A. C. Shell-
man, W. O. Gray, J. M. Underwood.
A resolution endorsing John A. Jlar
tin for governor was adopted.
COLLINS FOR SENATOR.
Wet.mouk. Kansas. June 2s. At the
Ueptibliftin caucus to-day F.JLJellerv,
Win. Leibig and T. J. Walflcy were
elected delegates to the convention at
Seneca July 12. A bitter and personal
fight was waged against lion. Ira I
('.sit:,,., ex. ..t at n bitii.tf nf lmf dul flfit,,.
.uiuu- wi .i.m . ,........ , v.,. ,.w ..,
mtn: ,ii.,.(i.,i nro soii.lf.vr Mm bis
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t.-.:ii;.,i -.n..or.i ;,. iin t,;irniii -.
lion 'making him invincible. Eour"th u the allegation that it was "a
,vcars ago the deleirate from here were eiaini agent bill.
a"aint him Glasscock advocated thc bill.
' "" '. , r.rowite, of Indiana, said that r.s
at abilene. long as the ciht bourlaw could not be
ArnXENK, Kan,. June 28. The Abi-' made universal it was the worst kind
lone Jllaine and Logan club bald a of class legislation to declare that
large and enthusiastic meeting here workmen mthc gevernment cmploy
to-night. and were addressed bv Hon. .should receive as much money for
J. II. Teck, of Topeka, iu a verv able ' eight hours work as his fellow lalior-
and convincing speech of one and a crs in private shops received for ten.
half hours duration. He was fre- CT.NeiH.of Missouri, favored the bill.
. . i .
iitiii nniir iiiirMiinn. iu i-'i ire.
queniiv mierrunica nv applause. ir.
. k ; D)casi' sr,Vai'-ir. and did
, worl ,,erc for a'mj T IK
ti, liimniiiu-c i rvit ...ci., r,;f,
.,. v......v...-... ""'"""' .....
tro nlire and vvorkiii"
AN OLD SETTLER GONE.
Lawrence, Kan., June 25. C. F.
Garrett, one of the earliest settlers of
Lawrence, died this evening at " eight
Xevv Yorit. .Tune 2S a crr,t
mectinr i said to have been held here
to-dav-of iiorsnns intpr.sifil in tlio
public meeting to press thc nomina-
tion of Tildcn by tlic Democratic con -
, venti on at Chicago.
WICHITA, IANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUKE 29, 18S4.
GIVING ENGLISH ANOTH
Italy Wants Her Mail in Tarred
LOOKING AFTER OUR INTER
ESTS IN ALASKA.
Interesting Sessions of Both Houses of
GIVING ENGLISH A CHANCE.
"Washington, June 28. The com
mittee appointed by the lionp to as
certain if lion. W." JI. Eii''li-h hail
used improper means ou the floor of
tiic house to inmicncc the members to
vote to scat his ou as a member from
Indiana, (beided to-day to re-open the
ca'-c. When Illlaid asked English
during liU examination before the
I rnnmilMnn if tin ltr.il mnr in tnnm-
,,.,. f !.:,. ;,? ,.
I U10 1 111111 nullity i lllt.
them lo vole for hi-, son objection was
made and the question vva? ruled out.
After ihe cac had dosed the Demo
crats thought the matter over and dc
cided'that the failure to answer the
question would be looked upon as an
admission that the accusation was true
and it would bo injustice to Jlr. English
not to let hint reply. o on Tuesday
next the ease, will be re-opened and
English put on the Maud.
TARRING THE MAIL SACKS.
Washington, June 23 The p.ist
olliee department ha- been informed
by the Italian government that in
view of the outbreak of Asi.itie eliol-
j era in France, mail- from this 'country
intended for delivcrv in Italv must be
enclosed in tarred Micks. Tin pre
caution is regarded nee-saury beeau-e
Italian mails from thi-- country pass
through England and I' ranee. The
postmaster at New York lias been in
Washington, 1. C, June 28.
The tvnysaud means committee agreed
to report favorably the resoltition'pro-
I vulilig lor the appointment ot it com-
lllltlce Ol live IHCIIHICr to investigate
the relation between tins Alaska
commercial company and the lTniled
State?, the object being to learn
whether the company has complied
and U now comjilv ing witliits contract
with the government.
Secretary Frelinghuybcn received a
cable this morning from Conul Mason
al Marseille?, n? follows: There were
four d'-a'hs in Toulon to-day. The
cholera !.as reached Marseille-, tiis.
Jithn up lo Saturday noon. The
we.. - is very warm. A gen-i-;.! ex
odus ii .i,t ho'cily has begun.
Tim meii-oi-cs; of th .-siauii'sc Km-ba-sy
called k t li, white house and
department of "-la- to-day, and took
oflieial leave of the p .-dc'in and sec
retary of .-f -de piior lo ' - l p.irt
urelor Siain. Thev leave ,.-utoii
for Xotv York to-morrow. -
Conliinialioiis Eli II. Murray of
Louisville, governor of Utah. Fo-tv
masters Jacob Kicord, Iowa City, In ;
Winficld F.Fcott, Maplclon. la.; Clins
G. IVrkins, Anawa, la.
Washington, D. C, June 28.
The proviso recommended by the
Fcnate committee lobe striken out of
the hou-c bill, that no jiart of the
money appropriated for district at
tornevs and their assistunts bhould be
used to pa special counsel lee-:, was
Hale explained that the striking out
of the clause had no reference to the
star route ca-e-,hut to the Cuiteau trial.
That was a laborious and protracted
trial, and the committee had not
thought the fees at all unreasonable.
On motion of Sherman an item of
$3,950 wa added to enable the secre
tary of the tieasury to reimbure the
amount paid for the espen-es
of the commission appointed
to go lo Louisiana in ln77.
An item w as added authorizing the at
lorney general to pay Clin. H. I.ees,
for services as conn-el for the late
Chas. J. Guitcau. in s-uch a sum as he
may detin ju-(. not to exceed ilkOOO.
The bill was then passed. -
The.Atlanticit I'acilic land grant bill
was then laid a-idc and the river and
harbor bill was. taken up. On reach
ing Ihe senate committee a propo--
ed amendment appropriating '525,000
, for the improvement of the Columbia
river, Oregon, Slater, aided by Dolpli.
, t.,ICCC't.(,e(,rjH uhl P thc SCIliUc (o :1(1(1
! .-: ortn n bn unnnnt iilbm-nl liv ln
I'ugli hoped the f-cnate would not
ngree to tin- rcconmicndatlon of the
committee reducing from $350,000 to
Yoorhces oflcred a resolution which
was reicrrcit lo tne commuiee on
, claims, directing that the committee
prepare a list ol the claims agam-t the
( government, and their probable
, amount and a digest ot regulations for
their adjustment. A me age was rr-
ceived from the preeident tran-mitting
a communication from thcsccretarv ot
the interior, calling attention to the
omis-ion of nn appropriation fortius
, bureau of labor. I Hair submitted
, nis propo-ru aiiienuuicni io mu -nu
dry civil bill appropriating ;?C0,000 for
McMillan gave notice of hi- inten
tion to move on Monday to limit the
defeatc on the river and hat bor amend
ments to live minute for each -cnator
The executive sesion then ad
Washington. D. C.
Willi? contended that the cialit
, law wa uianttatory
- , ..-,
Jtoran icuieu mat mere wa ant-
crtt-.il?A -tT..cn-l ;
.w rrvvw .
Hirock -ajjre-tcil an amendment
, changin- the phra-cology of the bill
bvnrotidtnr that laborer-, etc shaliba
i ..... , . - --
paut tell nours wages lor cirht hours
abor. If that anurad,ei.t was adopt
ed gentlemen could aftord to make
their demagogic sjcoclies. and could
talk about their hearts' blood for the
Hopkins referred the gentlemen to
thc platform of his own party for dcta
agogucry on this question.
The iirsi section was amended so as
to read as follows : That whoever .is
a laborer, workman, or mechanic is
hereafter employed by, or on behalf
' of tlic govenimcnt of the United States
he shall be paid for each eiht hours
The second sccliouyas amended to
correspond with the 1-st section", so as
to applt- merely to tit future.
The committee thej arose and tha
house adjourned. ,'
STICKING -t) BEN,
Xi:v YoitK. Junri 23. The Auli-
Mouopolv organizati-n will be repre
sented at' Chicago djring the session
of the Democratic nftional convention
bv one hundred meii to be yet named,
who, according to jhe circular, will
make "such an heiorablc effort as
shall seem to them b'st to secure the
endorsement of thc fiction and nomi
nation of this organization at iH
national convention at Chicago, May
1 1, bv the nominatiin of the candidate
selected by it as tfrt candidate of the
Democracy." . .
Thc circular adls: U;is Anti
Monopolv vote is lei and represented
by General Uciijanin F. Uutler of
7rs-cfieinisf.iis win will, under :my
circumstances, will or without fur
ther piidorsemont; receive its full
lorce iu Xovcmbcrfor president.
Dodge Cm-, Jruc 23. At an ad
journed meeting cf Texas stockmen,
further action war taken this pvenmg
as regards deprcd.tions committcdlby
Indians on drov-rs of Texas cattle
through thc Indi.ai country. The com
mittee's action Tas fully endorsed
who caused to hi srnt thc following
resolution to tlu honorable senators
and members of -he house of repre
sentatives from lie state of Texas.
A committee representing the
di overs of Texas cattle having herds
now en route north and passing over
the indicated cattle trail in thc Indian
tcrrilorv,i cspeclfullv request that you
call the" immediate attention of tho
honorable ecrctarv of the interior to
the fact that we are being unwarrant
ably. unnoceea.'i! and unjustly dep
red'ated upon by t!i: various tribes of
Indians along -aid route in the man
ner of taking our property by force of
amis and endangering tuc lives ot our
employes. Wt iir-t deem it
our duty if appeal to thc
proper authorities for relief and pro
tection rather tlfia resort to means of
selt-protection. We respectfully re
quest and demiiiul that the proper au
thorities nearc-l at hand bo directed
to extend the necessary relief and pro
tection without delay and that such
property as has thus been taken and
can be identified bo returned to the
respective owners, aud that we be ad
vised by wire of such action as may
betaken. (Signed) .Ioiin I. Lvrr.i;, "
Chairman of Committee.
THE WASHINGTON PARK CLUB.
Ciiicauo, JuneSS. The new Wash
ington I'ark club of this city starts
with a decided boom. Its manager
comprise a long list of wealthy and
most prominent biisinos, men, with
General I'. II- Sheridan, of Washing
ton, who came from Washington for
the purpo-e of being present at the
opening, a president: X. K. Fail-ban,,
S.'W. Allerton. J. W. Doane and A. S.
Gaver, viee-pre-idents; John H. Walsh,
treasurer, and John K. Urewslur, .sec
retary. The attendance to-day is es
timated at 15,000. in I; ling a "full rcp-rc-entation
of the city's '.Valtii
and lal."ni. There V, -re -. .
er.d taiitlio coaches y tandems,
and other iioticeabh. turn.. lit wire
without number, i mT gr--st9 m-c
level and beautifully laid out in law ns
anil terraces, and ihe track in as
level as a billiard table. In "respect to
thc finish, completeness anil coliine-s
of thc appointments in the way of
club liou-e, grand stand, pooling
ground, stables, etc., it i far ahead
of any similar ground in this country.
It is the intention of the management
to conduct everything on thc highest
grade. It is not to be managed mere
It to make money, but primarily to
fiiniih a high clas ol turf sports for
its members and their friends.
Helena, June 23. Tuesday night
Kd Owens nnd S. Nickerson stole
eight hor-es from the llenton it Hil
lings stage compam , at l.ock Spring
htaiion, one huudtvd miles north of
Helen j. John Davis, superintendent
of the stage line. pur'ticd them down
Muscle Shell river, and whn fifty
mile bel'jw the Maiieii he was
told by some cowbovs that the
thieves passed with the horses a fevv
Jiours before, fifteen cowbovs vol
unteered to follow the trail. The
thieve were overtaken Thursday,
thirty miles north of Black's ranche
aud attacked. The cowboys were diiv
en backj being armed only with revol
vers while the thieves had rifle'. Men
were sent to the camp for gun and
the fight renewed. S. JSirkcrou was
shot dead and Ld. Owens wounded
and captured and hung. Wm. .loucs
and Tim. Devlin, cow boy, were
Helena, Montana, June 23. Maj.
Allan, Pigeon Indian agent for north
ern Montana, reports thc I'igeon'n
dying fast from thc scant food -upply
at the agency. Tho carpenter has
furnished thirty burial boxes in the
past mouth, but it i believed the
death arc fully thrice that number, as
the Indiiu have a great
dislike to burying their dead,
preferring the old custom of
placing the bodies in tree or in stone
piles in high hill. The death rate is
greater among children of live to
twelve vcar old. Thc supplies will
be exhausted entirely in another week,
and then all the Indians on the reser
vation will be left to starve or subist
on the cattle of settler. Trouble is
V.'ILL BOX WITH SULLIVAN.
New Voiik, June 2a. John W.
Uennie, champion heavy weight athlete
oiler to take the place of Charles
Mitchell and box Sullivan at Madi-on
Square Garden, Monday, upon what
ever terms Sullivan way as roe to.
He al-o challenges Domihiek McCnf
frec, middle weight champion of
America, to box four rounds July 4lh,
and oilers to give any man in America
f'500 to box him four rounds in Au-gu-t.
John I.. Sullivan excepted. Ken
nie stand- o feet 10 1-2 inches, weigh
220 pounds and is ex-amateur cham
pion boxer of Scotland, having won
that po-'uion in 1S73
Ivans-as Citv", Mo., June 23. 'I lie
Titne-s" Spriulield,-Mo., pciil sny-i :
At Ilighlandville, ilfteen iniI- -u'utfi
of here yesterday, Dr. A. It Conce, a
physician, -hot anil killed Charles
Kaiser, a farmer The men bad a
quarrel over an aileg! scandal, in
which both were implicated. Th?
shooting, however, was unjustifia
ble and srou-ed strong feeling against
Goucc, who, it i said, has served
terms in JMis-ouri and Virginia for
bigamy. He Is now jailed here. Kaiser
was fortv ear oJ age and leave a
DofYKii- June 2d.-Report- from
the mountain districts throughout the
state -how all streams hicher titan
ever before known, rauer by the
melting of -now, which in some places
is stiirilvc to 10 feet deep. The rail
roads arc Ihe principal losers.
Washington, D. C, June 27. In
dications for thc upper Missouri ami
Arkansas river valleys : Fair ciecpl
in thc extreme northern portion ; lecal
rains; no change in temperature:
lie lias bec:i employe!? as for a
LORD CARRINGFORD ON
A Cholera Committee Appoint
ed at Berlin.
HOSTILITIES RESUMED BY THE
FRENCH AND CHINESE.
Other News Notes Received by Cable
From Foreign Lands.
London, June 23. Lord Carring
ford presided at the Cobden club ban
quet this evening. He made a speech
iu which ho saiil when America real
ized the benefit derived from free
trade, her power and influence would
increase enormously. lie honed the
cattle disease act, while excluding dis
eased cattle, would not nitcrierc with
the importation of healthy animals.
He believed that before the next meet
ing of the club a correct treaty be
tween Hugland and Mexico would be
concluded II. thought such a treaty
would result iu increased dealing with
Mexico. Dr Smith, of Sioux City,
Iowa, replied on behalf of the United
States to the toasts of our foreign and
colonial guests. lie said he was a
plain man, and not given to making
speeches. All he would say was that
revenue reform was making great
progress in America, and tltw the
Cobden club would probably heir the
news of that.
London, June 28 Joseph Simmons,
the aeronaut, was condemned to two
years imprisonment for perjurv .
IIkulin, June 23 In thc rcichstag
Von Uoetticher, home secretary an
nounced that the cholera commit lee
had its first meeting to-day. Dr. I'e-teuk-ifer
and Dr Koch were members
of the committee. He said the gov
ernment hoped to be able to avert by
inspection all danger of the entry of
the disease into the country without
closingthe frontier. Professor Virchou
doubted if the disease at Toulon was
not Asiatic cholera He blamed the
defective precaution of the French
government and drew atten
tion to the bad -.unitary condition of
the Sue, canal. Von Uocttecher ai I
in reply that Prince Ilohelohe. Ger
man (VmUas-ador at Paris, had re
ported tha' France had adopted nil
neresart measures. The (Jcrihau
government he said, also intended to
propo-e international measures for the
protection of Ihe Suez canal. (Icn.
Von Moltke thanked Von Hoetteihcr
In the name of (In- house for his labor-.
The seu.,i()ii closed vvitii three eheei
for Lmperor William.
Qui.iikc, .limn 28. Argument in the
cae of Kno. ---iiv-ident of the
onil national bank of New Y
Tokonii), June 23. A committic of
banker find the Federal Hank of
Montreal entirely solvent, and C. W.
Oorgcr, of tne Hank of Montreal, was
chosen general manager.
Tohonto. Juno 23. The I.acro-c
match loday between the Toronto
ud Sh'it;:roek, of Montreal clubs for
tins ch.iiiipionhip of ihe world, wa
won by Toronto vv.'io took the first,
third nnd fourth amev
4'Aiiis, June 23. A dispatch to Hit;
Tempi from Haiphong says that hos
tilities against Ltugstoti were resum
ed. A river transport Was -cut to
Snong Thon'r to bring the wounded
to Hanoi anil Hinhoug.
Havana, June 28. Deaths from
yellow fever for the past week num
ber twenty-live. "
Tlrto-tv,.- AT,-. -Iii.OQ A .noiitittrr
of Independent Uepublicans at Catn-
ormgc vva iiciii it-:io:iii tut up- ,
nn.it nf t'.iriiiiiii' ;i Ioi-il or.-'nnizatiiitl ill
opposition to ihe Hlainc and Lgnii
ticket. About Sih) gentlemen re-poini-
m In llin r-nll il'l-llllill" Pri'tilll'llt
. .. v. .... ...., p -
Klliott of Harvard college. A n n.mt-
tee ot twenty were lpnoinled i-i lotit:
a local orgauiation of Cvnbr .'
l'roi. Thayer, l tiarvam, !
IlALTiaioiti:, .Iiiuo 23. Uepjrt- ol
damage by the -torm incr''a?ing
the break in the Clipa-ajieake and
Ohio canal will -ti'pciid navigation for
.several weeks- In the country the
loss to crops and live stock ii very
greai. Tho village of Kolaiulvillc wan j
almo-t swept awav. losses $100,000.,
The los-JVi on Broad crdek and the
Su-TjtichnniM river tire cstitnateil at a
quarter of a million.
Anir.KNK. Kan.. June 23. Wc are
now in the mtd-t of the whesit bar-1
ve-t.andtlie vield will be very large. ' pieaje do wot umlrtvd that i am n,t
IMckinsou county i- the center of thc I Uiankniifortimiiiwrri pironge-ir th-i-npi
.- . . rsi l. .. ii, ...i .P l.,. .,. f.. . ! of Vt IchlU. for it lift" far snriel my eiicl-
tatnous Golden Helttud as heretofore, j . M ,;,, K th-m.nd '-iLank yous" fl,r intake-the
front (M the grain growing j mK-Uig-nce yon havalrdy hnrn In enilng
inil htock rii-iivr routitv ill the stute forwarl and obtaining ht will av joa that
anil s,ock raising coumj in uie --1 wllifh money raonot Lay !i)N' I still
1 he com crop, ot which a large arre- --.myon to rntinne to mmi, although im
age i-planted, b verv promising. ' 'ilhr idrcsdfnl hot
. IJL all thrr:of nixtiklod. 1 am willing Ift
.... .,....,,, ,.r,.n.,n .,., I work for money Ulih m It Is lh fw jialtry
FIXING THE NEWSPAPER MEN, ! ,loUr4 Ulu,fn u with you itUa nltror
CHICAGO, June 2-u. The Mlb-COfl)- ' 'r grtater Imiortanc one that cannot be
:n... r ii t,.,n., ,ii. .i:a...i .n cimputwl In dollars and ent So com along
mitten of the Democratic national con-, an,.', iUtBr, & hut w.ather as lonsrai i ca
vention in charge of the press arrange- !, .xt, ami at the am tiin mke M,m
Tiifnts "iinrnini-ed tn-dav tint -ill ' money, which UeTwrrosn's duty,
mnni?, ..uiioiin tnt to uaj uni jii KaJoa thaillvlnl.w-icniiM.;rly-cf-it..li.
newspaper-; assigned place on the re-, tiie-ri of the day -. mm before thiwd. b-
nirt nrs' tJnt form tvoiilil be notified rlntororae fwm the country, -.aml-tsknarr
I Iiilsr 1 lit- Ivtlvr mill Hist tirlrfK
Milly l uy K'sirr, aim itini nosci-
. ., . -.-- -- -
and badge-, will bn i-stieil on or
aftcr Julv 7, bv the committee
from it- heMii(Mrien, pnrlor T,
.. , tin. t,, n.trr
r.:LLBD HIS V, H a
St. Louis, June 2S. Cltarh-? Sand-'
rrthlju ynt9 .r flian nl-
-.. -,.. ,, ..- -v .w-ww-f ...... ..,
niim (lUstinomv i-U r.ts true .Jilltie, in
thc we-tern suburb of ihf rilv tlii-
. . .. . ,
evenmp- Tlie woman will die before
ClXClNNATI, June 25. Io-ep!l I'l
mcr, th accomplice of Wm. Denier, in
the murder of Vm. II. Kirk, wn wn-S
tenceti to be bangM October 10. 1S1. i
Ernil Trampter, for ths mnnler of 1
Anthony Deiand, was -ecticl k'
thc nj-niteutiary for lite. I
MURDERED HIS SON. ,
CiXfrvNATT. Jane 2?. .lohn C. Itoff-
man, indicted for kiBhifr hi; ph, was '
tlti- afternoon f.und rwilty nf munlur
in thc fir, degree. The defense in
hi; ca'-c w ;niuv. When the mtir
dcr waeommittisl he lay intlwhaM
war for hb .-on several bfttir.
PAPER 1SI1.L BURKED.
Kurof-Tirf. IV. V., June .A
dre ia ShciFieM' paper IH t Swi
perties th: ntraiB tleirt;i tt-o
third storj. lafissre $1000. h-.
CLOSED DOVff. !
SrRi"oriBiJ, IB., Juac St?. Tne
Illinois Wat& company Iia? cto-ol
down for two month-, snd one thom-
i and employe? arc oat of emptev meat.
QTZ rOV. CHICAGO.
I S-vx Francisco, Jsne25. Thc er
j (ere remainder of thc California Dejn
I ocratic delegation Ui the (Jhfcago na-
tionai convention left to-dat-.
MARKETS BY Tfc..
New York Money Market. .
Ntw Youc, JnneS, .
Moxir Easy tit 1?,' cent.; closing ofli.
I'iUUE MEllCANTItX PaTIB 5-J6 1XT C-Bt.
STEiowa Excuaxgi Weik. Bnkr'
bills, SI.si.l; ; demand, tl.S!.
; GoVKESiiEXT Boxds Steady
U. S. S-tmr-ccnts ;
U S. 4,V-pcr-cent4 H0-.3
h.S. -pr-ents 115..ta
State Stccnrrus Quiet.
IUiLjr.iT Bo-JDS Illgher.
ilUsonri I'adflc C's bonds los
llannitial ASl. Joseph bonds lug
Central radflc stocks Sly
Chicago 4 Alton lai
Chirm-, TtnyllnWnM OniMV 11(11
Denver A Ilio Grande. . ... S
Hannibal 4 St. Joseph 1",-
llannlbal & St. Joseph prvferreU (askt.!)... nh,
SUssonrl I'acIlTo 9V
N'onhem t'aclflc . ll
Northwestern.. . t-iv
N'ew York Central i,'
I nion t'acitle as1.'
W estern Union :;,'
Kansas City Live Stack.
Kansas Citt, June at, 1S-4.
The Livf-Stott Indicator reports :
Cattls Ileceipts, 6-i?j quality of offerings
poor; market ateatlv for Rood. Natire steers
averaging 1,:W to 1..V.U tts, $5.S)ffliJ.a) : arer
aRlng wiu to 1,100 lbs, l.:;.; stockers
and feeders, $t dsg 1.75; cows, fair to good,
Hon? Uecetpts, T.wa; market steady: lots
arerafrtnK aw to Sis lbs, gold at Sl.WtW.OO ;
SiiEtr Keeeipts. 10G; market iulet; nattTes
averaging M le sold at 3.W.
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
St. Loch, June ss, lss.
KLOcn Market unchangiil.
Whisat Market active, lower ami unsettled ;
closed fiO'ie under jesterday. -No. 2 red,
St.Ollvl.uHf cash; Sl.Ual.OJ1,- Juiii-; Jt'.'ft.a.'c
July; -S,iS'.iiSo Augasl; WJ.91,r, Septum
ber, closing at Inside prices.
Coil-. Market active, lower and weak ; KSic
cah; Sl),HUJlc Jnne; VjQMe July; 4'iiy
.Vi.Vc, closing at. "iOc. Aognst: MH(aMlic, clos
ing at SOSe, September, closing at Inside rates.
O itj Market lower and slow; 30)ic cash;
irfois'.'c July, closing at Inside prices.
IlECEirr Klour, 3,t barrels j wheat, 'JD,
OCO bushels; corn, I3,("l bnsbels; oats, l,uu
bnehels ; rt'o, none ; barley, none.
SmrjiKXT Klonr, G.OOO barrels: wheat,
none bushels; corn, J,o buthefs; oats,
15,l)0 ; rj-e, none ; barley, none.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Loch, June 23, lsst.
Cvttix Ilecclpts, 0O; shipments, 1,1W;
only a small retail traile.
Siicef Ueceipts, none.; shipments, 4(U;
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Ciuc.uio, Junni-i, In4.
Wiikat In fair demand ; market opened
easier, fell 'iQ'.c, gradually rose. ,'(,',c, fluc
tuatnl, closing ;)ic over yesterday Jnne,
Si'.a-avc, closing at a;He$'iCi July, t&Hto
ai'ic, closing at rtjfc; August, xllX,c,
closing at bTJiC ; Septembi-r, ! H&twHc, closing
at twc. No. 2 spring, tO.'iSM'jC
Coiln III gool demand ; market nnsettletl .
opened weak, fell 'c, rallied Xilc, llluctu
atisl, closing St'fic belnw yesterday Cash,
Wl,HSi',ci Jnne, 5lt,ft5J','c: July, 3IT,.1J.c,
closing at Wfc ; Aagnst, W,'j4M'c, closing at
Micj f-eptembcr Si.'if-Mc, closing at Mie;
year, L'.Hc; May, 4tx&li.
Oats In fair demand ; market weak ami SO
,','c lower Cash, SO'ic ; June, 3Vi&3l 'c, clos
ing at 3H',sV);tc; July, aiJiMJl.'ic, closing at
3,c ; August, VSfiCtilXc, cloi,lng at -.i.'idf.Tc J
September, vfi1,iVic, cloning at a;'c;"May,
IttctiiTs Flour, ii,H barreU ; wheat, 1,
VM bushels ; corn, 10r.,iMi bushels ; oats, 154,IM
bushels ; rye, 13,tu bushels ; barley, 3i,i"i0
.SmrjiKSTV-t'lour, 1S,iiO barrels; wheat,
'i,U'l bushelri ; corn, li'-j.Mni bushels; oats,
I7s,t) bnsliela; rye, 1,UV bushels; barley,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Juhh -H, isi.
The Vrorer't Journal reports :
llrvOJ l.T..l,t5. (,): rihtIIIieiltS, S.lrtW
market arm and strong ; rougii pacuug, 4.nj
ifi.lnx packing and shipping, a.'.li.tvtdi
light bacon grades, $7.V..;.'.ir; sklM, 11 oo
CvTTLie Ilecvlpts, I.PA); shipments, I.oiik;
market eteady but weak ; eorts, '!.4u$Ctl.75 ;
giKrd to cholco shipping, ii.ooftt; 7.', ; rommon
to medium, &'i.luu.i',.ii); grass-fed Texans,
SI M3.2i); coni-feil Texans, " v-Ji.H)
Siicei- lleceipts, ."J; shipments, none;
market steady ; Inferior to fair, 2 7.Vf3.!VI ;
medium to good, 1 . j. 4 23; cholcr to extra,
DR. H. E YOST,
n:criOAL and sciK.vrine
.... . .. r . ...i
iiwwtr uwiroai cjreiiiirt.Hnces ii ,
, . ,rvii .k,.i,i ,h.ri
' any Itnt wedun't wutlomake any, andwl-
-lfm win ifa-npi time i amnr-i imt allow :
i;re,iir slertlon of t-nrtvle to rrr-rt the '
i Tision, and alt nstaxe In rrtalninr th nor '
Toal cotvlltlon of Hie e, is a matur tnst cao- I
' "Ot " rrflly attndel to, ami should not '
, ,,,,,, j0 h.,t, j
lrywar.rjehi io'wat ti jr.or witij ,
I " !""' " "7 --" . "--.,
t-ptlclsn, ilralln; In cfarap gl, I will noi
akr yoa uire tbo you r wllllixKay I
, tisrHn-; what lean J fr jwi jf J"
i-vjrI'j t ll irrrtt kp you away Th i
U-j v,ws that if ayt-ir i ri iejt'
the . It ) tntr. sn.njaai-- n.-.sivll prwo
i syn tb va altnttun awl m lrsrstbat
. th rleh !n. awl at .rlt lliat jm xtt abl
di:. ii. ii -!.
2 t 2Z?iJ2I2.
Ih&viit M Slui ha Stmt.
C?t-rl4 1 atl ork ar-13-tf
DnncU TarJ ai
Garden Plain U. Hat pet.
IX THE STATU, It A VK THE
Largest and Most
Ladies, Gentlemen & Children.
AXD ALL AT A
Garments Ranging in Price from 23c.
and Upward. '
Come ami See Ut, nnd Try und Keep Cool.
21 Main Street,
One-Price Cash Dr Goods House.
THIS SPACE BELONGS
Eeal Estate Finn!
(, UilWnfur bari-slas 7Tiy drl U.lr
own trains. ki s earrls, atvl show
tbHr ijTty ol,rfMlly, aod lby Mil it
& ?ij Tum.
la Uft, ii a Errt-ri (k nrMaat't t-ml-
U.f. Mais .)tf, WW-blta, K'aaua. J-l
Wr e-r "-. Tt . -? ffr-Z ' -S-.j-iX-- v. -t-yr
First Ark. Val Bank!
'ill iMt muny luatltallim In tb atkuiu
W. . "-VOOIIMAN. - . rr...l.al
Wm. H. WOODMAN, - Cu.ur
WIIJ.C. WOODMAN, Ja,, - jImI luaUr
Ain-rlran Kirlunx Nat'l H'.k. Nw Yuf k
Klr.t .National Hank, of tVat, IIIImU
iUukuf KanaasClly.KuiuMClly, Mluwarl
Ar tvu onropylag uur
No. 33 Main StrwL
Do a Geieral Bailiii Botox
la all lu ounltn faaettuM.
Lmi Mj la hmj i
On all aUfaetnry nllaUral-rl, r..l
or rfaatul nl trninawiltu U ittrnw
wihn urn inin onmimj M rt ytafv
Vf Kll ttcl.U by tha faaUal ami mUH lltxa
of auaroara la tb motlit. to or fn.m ail Brlt-al
pal KnnrpMa j-nrru, ! Nurtb Uarmaa limyi
or Cnaard linn.
In lb orcaalaatluo af tb riral Arkaaaaa
Vallry Bank, or WtcblU, KiitM, wa !-
wltbr lirrior, trabnitn r hraark,
iwirilo w daal la p-iU, mjuftt or aalaU
lMoaa Ovrtal-ara arattrtctly to tkaMMr
ut IU l(lllinau Mtn-M,
r.,r Iu pralat maaainat an la4lrM
for tb lirotartlon nf avory Iriiaillur U
pltt tb)Ml dollar of oar fortaaa,
OrUn wltb many Ummm em mmmftum oW
frtott, absw tlrumam. with oar lkaa4
farllltlr., w -hall U Mpyr to twu-ata. 4
kladly ivt of U iaral MblU m a-af iir
Ut atall (hmxlTS4 Ibaraof, aa4 er jaaniil
ar rMi-tctfully Jfort,
Pioneer Lumber Ma i
KrTAi.UailE 1.1 JU70.
k Ccmfltu f tack tf 71m Uatar.
ry ti r-t h amt, !-
ifU w u rut atrni. v;
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in 1 Fint-CI
C. AUGUST DIETKK-
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KIICK AMt tTtllf
fa,t AatklUm illr f af
ft f all aiaaa mm wa k
rnnom. lf k-Mra m,w
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