Newspaper Page Text
1 y "-K tJar&-? T- r-&.. fsr. 3$A3 - -XI l.v - . ,IMAH . ifJS-i . j K VC M rf.a i-eVa- u df WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESN-DAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1884. NUMBER 37 "-"M--i- -' v- -.'s-j--.;.:.?-- ', '.---'":?'. Hs-y - wvg5rTtftV''"SJ:T''i'; - - - - ' s-xXN j wT. t.sB ss8s i4i"ii III llvl -- ' dHwP3Hu9ki V s eA MUr' i MMHMMHIiMMi -- .' .e,,: BBBJBBIbEB11 (iVipBTiJME 1. t , MANUFACTURES. Saae tf the Line ad may cements Ui- ! M f Hti hy the City f Wichita. ., ., , , ,777nU . no, SJti of a &eU: .MwetadtOMeyour.Ma article ,00, our manufacturing Interests, .upn emen led by another from the peuota leading citizen. It Sy asiUHoy nd steady, persistent cf - folttthatweay'orpccttobrlnsourracil. ,TX JtIeto-wWlo-ioUce,-and vvc hope to eo cthen accepting the courtesy of your col- amm In the lntcrent of uianuactures la WlchHa. The prime ncccMiity for dereloplBj; this interest is in the fact that ... a oar own sad adjoining states furnifU tue beat markcttfn the country for the raw ma terial, whiol ,we produce in tucli great abundance, fn the Ueui of bcay ttraw-1 board lor building purposes mere 11 market In the wh'.ch they command to high HPI1?1 eP- A large percentage of the canned goods pacVed -o extensively in ueiaware anu oiuer -.ii:rii biuic-b mm a ready aalc here at a high figure, aad our erop of lic hog are F 4aily IMmg rtlpped to Kaunas City and Cbleago, to be returned to m in fancy brands of cured meat-) at decidedly fancy price. The packer looks to our western aiarketl for the best price-, and pocketi the protlta which clearly belong to 111. Thl policy ii nulcidal and a violation ol tha economic principle which saves the indi vidual from bankrupted , though it applien m well trf oar city. TLe problem works about thu : We produce the raw material in great abun dance; it l aold on our itroctn to the bro ker who ouslgco It to the manufacturer ai a profit, which we.ivill call No. 1 ; it is car ried to the mill, perhapt to the seaboard, and converted into the article in dailv uc, yielding to the manufacturer profit Xo. 'J.; It I told at wholesale rated to the jobber, Who, la turn, and at great expense, "finis hi agents to our dealers fortlicir unlet, making profit No. 2; here we find it binning, new, uoincuient and aavory reaJy for u-e jiclding to our merchant profit No. 4 . then taking Into aeeount the cot of long transportation to and from the mills,eiual,pcrliaps,to prof its No. " and 0, Itis no mutter ofsiu'lirix; j that perk la so much higher than liog, or that the cost of the garment U mo out ol pro portion to-tbat of the fleece. Had we the organized capital and the f' machinery to accomplish thccthiugs,m!glit we not save, at lea!, a large per cent, of this outlay. It would revere the order by not only saving these profit, but by the in vestment and accumulation of large ad ditional capital, by the employment of liun drcdsoi' skilled mechanic, adding largely to our population and to the business of our merchants aud trademcn, and bringing to Wichita thi proceeds of a business con ducted by others at her expense. Btrt who t to suggest the method, and bon is it to be accomplished. Here i- tho point to be guarded. Clearly we can do bat little in the way of building up these establishments without the aid of ., practical men those who may put a hand to the forge and regulate the steam. We bajra no place for adventurer or tlio-e in search of subsidies, but those willing to unite their kklll, talent aud means with our gifts and natural advantage, should bare every reasonable encourage- 'to come and occupy the l!Tbe first duty Is to adopt every means of advertising our facilities from the writing of pergonal letter, to :t proper and leberal use of printers' ink; ileal in facts and noting more, and extend to all vNitorx ia this Interest a cordial welcome. May I suggest that every business man in Wich ita write a letter to some one v ith a icw of snncouratjtng maiiuficturc in the luttirc sraat city ol this valley. II. RESOLUTIONS OF KESPECT, At a regular meeting of Wichita lodge So, Si, A. O. U. W., held June 3H, 1SS. the flowing preamble ami rcsolutiott were unsnlmoiisly adopted: Whereas. It has pleased the GteatArehl- tes if the Linivcts to rtmovc from rur lUdat our late brother, William J. Law sou; rbereas. Hlsbutjlist that n lilting ice egaitlon of bis many v Irtues should be had; ' therefore be It Kaaolvcd, lly Wichila lod'c No. iJ. A.' O. V. W., that while we bow- in humble1 submission to the will of the Most High, , vso do not the less mourn lor our brother Jrvrbo has been taken from u. Resolved. That in thedcatb ufWilllani J Lswson this lodge lament the loss ot a , . brother who was ever ready to proffer the blMsd of aid and the voice of svmpathy to tbe occdy and ditrescd of the fraternity ; an active member of thin society, whoso tit molt endeavors were cx-crtcd for Its wel fare and prosperity ; a friend and companion Who was dear to us all, as a citizen and a soldier. Resolved, That wcsincercly condole with J tbo-famlly of the decased in this their hotii or affliction, commending them for consola tion to Him who order all thine for the best, and w hoe chastisement are mc-nnt in ercy. Resolved. That a copy of thee resolu tions, as a heartfelt letlmonlal of our m patby and sorrow, be lorwarded to the Vastly of our departed brother by the re- ; oorder or this order. Resolved, That these resolution be spread upon the record of the lodge, and each of the newspapers or Wichita he fur nished a cony fur publication II. L.TAYI.OK. J. A.Waixvci:. T.IS. IVswiAM. Committee. THE CLEARWATER EXCURSION. The excursion to Clearwater Sunday. proved a very enjojabie one to most of the participants, and was a complete stirpilso to our friends In that town. They wire equal tthe occasion, however, and put forth every effort to entertain their visitors Lnd In which they kiiccecdcd s.'mitablv. , Tbebotelssv era taxed to tlieirtiiltermot. nqdmany' p'ri ate p houses wtro cV.kd upon to accommodate the largo croud. Everything went off very pleasantly tnd aH returned home in the bct of spit its, except the band boj. who ay tlul tberailrosil'ompsny, or at least manager of the excursion treated them verv shab bily. Inasmuch as they got the band to go on Ue excur-lon aud play for them, and ed them notbinx for going to Clear- r.i.r imt In rrttiruin the managers took m . collection for the bind, who by their T.. , well executed music bad added greatly tn tbe pleasures of the day, and before giv ing -allo litem took out ear fare. IT thii i a eorreel statement of the cae w e can't Mamc the band for kicking. , PERSONAL MENTION. S. M. Klrkwood tame tip rlerdiv froaa Winfltld. A. It. Alnsworth. of AtehUon, was In tbe city yesterday. Jbs. McFarlatnl, of SpriiinlKld, Ofiio. I topping at the Tremont. W. F. Walker, of thl :ity wilt oralc on tbe Fourth at the Mulvane celebration. K1uk will leave to-ly lor Harper ( illustrated with ieautilul electrical cv lle wilt not return for several 1 pfrimetits. It fc poililc Hint ltev. I). X. Wallace, of Hannibal, will deliver eousrtvi -Umys. O.D. Allen and wife, K. W. Alleu aud Sarah A. Shaw, were among ve'lenlavV ar rivala from Derby. RobL McCoy, W. II. Proper and N. G. Stebbius, or Newton, registered at the Tceasont yesterday. Jbliu' Martin Biid wire leave the citv this morning for Lnu, Massachusetts 011 visit and will stop in Chicago until after theaanvention. F. C. Wlnantz, a moncved nun of Rochester, New York, is in the city with the view of purchasing towu lots upon Which he proposes to build small houses for threat. Messrs. U. Gehrlug. J. G. and C. F. lllc-rherleand H. E. odney, of Illinois. i are In the citv nrospectlng for a location, - " . . . anrtwc believe have already purciiaseu i large tracts of land. Mrs. Dcllla Tilibctts, of Kcno county, mother of Mr. Wm. J. Lawson, who has , oie w, wecVf al thc beilllde 0, ,ier P tinjc of Wg 1 , left for her home ye.te day. , -Vice President and General Manager 1 Miller, of the Ft. Scott & Wichita railroad, arrived in Hie city last cvcnlnj,', and will probably go down over the newly complet- cd extension to Clearwater. .J. T. 7arncr, traveling land agent of the Santa Fc railroad company, brought 1 here last week quite large party ot gen- I wuo have' made liberal purchases of real csiatc in the Arkansas valley. ( jamcg m. Harper, of Illinois, an old rricnj of Wr. ana jirs. Karrell, (.pent the Sab,,alu ,n tuU city nc wi g0 fronl uerc to j,ratt C0UIltv wllcrc ,)C itCnds to locate in the banking and real estate business. , Mr. IJrown, of the Cheney Journal, was in the city yoterday on busincis The TAtiftinl 1 am nlnnii t a slVlil Iil-Ifrhr till .. Mni.,tn.i" 1't- -nr m nr taiie. and it columns ghe evidence of a liberal! support. Marshal Ouirn, who has been out In tbecountrj rusticating for the past week, returned home Sunday looking much better for his '-layofi '' During hi absence the du ties ol marshal were ably discharged by Dan. Talks. j Mrs. Jane Knowles, of Wellington, a si-terof Mr. Win. J. Law son, and Mrs. Jennie Dutton, of Newton, a sister or Mr. ; Law-son, who attended the Itinera! ol the latter Sunday altcruoon, returned to their! ropcctiijC homes yesterday. John Goodjcar left for Manchester, Mich., last evening more for pleasure and ' ret than for bnslness. He expects to be gone about a month, and until the grain market opens up lUcly, aud in the mean time wants the Dally Kaoi.k sent him reg- ularlv. It. S. Shaw, the .Missouri Pacific express agent at this point, and Dr. Sombart, who hac been out west for socraldays looking at the country, returned home yesterday. , They speak In verv glowing tciras of Co manche county, and say that it is rapidly being taken up by settlers. A towu by the name of Cold Water hag been started in the heart of the county, and people arc ar- ' It .1 1 M tl I J At I , ting there daily from all point, of the compass. Hie cattlemen arc greatly I , worried over the outlook, and fear that, they will have to ic up their cxtenslcjvc..r, Adiotimed. pature in that county DEATH OP LOUIS COERMAN. Mr. Louis ticermau, who has been ery ill for icwral weeks, aud has been given up by his physicians once or twice, died Iat night at 10 o'clock. Owing to the late ncy of the hour we could learn no paiticu lnr, further than that his friends in the " "u u "Bl" bi'. " '" """- geI11blc in the citv of Washington Sep bly arrive here to-day or to-morrow morn--" ..,.. 1ft. Th:, foIIow;I1Lr fg jho .0. In?. The funeral will take place Wednes I'ednes- day lnornlii" at 0 o'clock, from his resl- dence on the corner of First street and Fourth avenue, and will bounder the aus pices or the 1. ). O. F., of which be was a member. A. O. U. W. At a regular meeting of the A. O. l W. 1 held at their ball la;t evening tho following ollicer were clcetcd tor the ensuing term : J.I.A. lUtllO, 1. M. W.; II. L. Tavlor.M. 4 W.; W. II. Cray, Foreman; J. It. Dutton. , Over.-ccr; O. Mulvey. Itecordcr; W. K. Dovvdle, l'inanclcr; J. A. Doran.Itcceiver; John A. Wallace, Guide; M. Daney, I. W.; Mr. Hakcr, O. W. WELLINGTON WAIFS. ltev. K. II. .Sanders returned to his home in Iudian-t vesterday, having made many trietid during hi short visit here. Hon. Hob. Mitchell, ot Gueda Spring", 1 wa greeting the boy with hearty hand shake .Saturday etieultig. Mrs. Drucill.t Wilson, of Lawrence will speak In the l'tesbjtprlan church to-mor- ' row evening. She will addrc particularly the ladies of the normal institute aud the Women's Christian Temperance Union. J. T. Herrick, county attorney, went down to Caldwell yesterday. Lute West has been investlug in tire-" cracker recently. Lute sas other bojs must :Io stand tip to fodder. Kev. W. II. Kosc of Caldwell and ltev J. P. Halloiff were In this city yeterday. W. 1". Itcaton took In Winflcld Vterdiy evening. He went in search ot misons to work on the big brick block. Tho g-t company have purchased lots from Folks : Cannon jtist north of the Aetna mill on which to locate their work. A onc-hore show pased through y ister day. ,1. A. l!ay, U. S. revenue ooleetor, I 11 1 home in thl city fot a few day. Mrs. Dr. Maggard rctuaued Sunday from a visit to the eatern part of the state. The pipe line fur the wtter work i be ing pushed along F street. In trout of Miyor Murph's residence. Mrs. Drelter, of South Haven, was found guilty or adultery on S1turd.1v and fined a nominal sum. Her parent will -laud trial to-day on the charge of felony. The fireworks tor the Fourtlishave ar rived. They are aid to lie very fine, one piece representing tint Uombarditieitt of Ft. Similiter"' hav iug coft nearly three hun dred tlollai. Ml- Carrie .lone, well known among the bovs of thl- city, attempted uicide Sunday evening by placing .1 2i calibte tc volver to her he id and tiring. The weapon a held obliiuely.ttud tbe b ill ghnced off the skull proilticing .1 painful though not nece-sarily dangerou wound. The exainlii.itlod of Ltindy Hawkins wa concluded jeMerdac morning in the release of the prisoner. itnesc aw beer aud ap'. saw- Huwkiit, butnocvldcnco was pro duced to show- that be sold beer lit the Wollinger buildiu. There wa in the court ronm a trong conviction that beer could be obtained there, however. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSEMBLY. Ottawa. June 30 This morning Chancellor I.ippcucott of the Kutis.i state uuiver.sity, delivered a very in teresting lectui-c at tho tabernacle, and thU alteration Wallace Bruce, Eq., lectured on the landmarks of Scott. Botli lecture were listened to with much pleasure, and Mr. Bruce will tie liver another oue to-morrow evening on Womanhood in Shakespeare. Mr. Itrueo is a sneaker of remarksble elo- cutionarv powers sunt in ircaiuieui u hi subject is very original. Owing to - .... . .. his leputatiou as a celebrated orator a large attendance is expected to-morrow night. This evening Prof. Kichard avo the Inst of his scientific lecture, an address to-morrow forenoon, and in the atteruoon Dr. John Matthew, ' of Kantis City. v ill lecture. The programme has been slightly changed. 111 the eveniug, prior to Mr. Bruce' lectin e, Prof. prinr will give an ex 1 liibition of clay inadeling. After the ( . iecturoof Mr. "Bruce a camp tiro will take place. On Wednesday the (J. A. K. posts from neighborinir cities w ill be at the park, and a grand time i ex pected. KILLED HIS WIFE. Ixh'isvim.k, June 30. Stephen Harris, an aged colored man, rriraidctl as beiug demented, bot and killed his wife at Jetrenjouvillc, hid., some time during Sunday night. WASHINGTON NEWS j I . . THE ENGLISH INVESTI GATION CONTINUES. Gen. Swaim to be Court Mar- tialed. , ' m - POLITICS GROWING ?RED HOT, AND IT IS THOUGHT Confess Will Not Adjourn Till After the Democratic Convention. THE ENGLISH CASE. Washington, P. C, Juno 30. W. II. Engliili, of Iitdiaua, appeared agaiu I to-day before the special House coin- ! titiltce nppoiutcd to Investigate the ! charge made ngaiiMt him of using im- properly the privileges of the Jiou.-e 1 floor while the I'eelc-kngiisii contested olnctioii cie vv.15 ncnuiu'T. r.njnisn i said before the coiniittttcc ou election made its report in that caohc called at the homes o, i timer, U00K, converse and Lowry, members of the rommittce, and talked with them 011 the subject. Elliott, another member of the com mittee, he saw. at one of the city hotels, lie said he also had inter views regarding the cac with other members of congress, including Springer, before the reporl was made. In his conversation with these gentle men he tried by arguments to inlht cjicc them in favor of his son, and to uc their influence in his behalf with the committee. Question. Did it occur to you that any action you might take befort' the cae was leported was improper? Answer. It did not. 1 honestly be lieve my son was fairly elected and there was no impropriety in my fair ly presenting hi side of the case. hpriuger was then called to the stand. lie Kiid English requested him to see Cook and have him consider the cac in favor of his son. Witness did not think Cook was present when the vote was tatcn, anil did not know whether or not he was paired. Cook said Springer aud a dozen other members had spoken to him in regard to the contest, but such was lllrf VUIII1IIVII IIIUVUV-V U(Vs(vaB w g , ,g ;u'tercst ,10 BaU wns ,)Cr. S(na) " ,,c ha( beeu hitimatcly coil- ,, ...j,!, ttin v,,lisi, fainilv for SWAIM TO BE COURT MARTIALED. Washington, June 30. The presi dent has directed that Brigadier Gen eral David G. Swaim, judge advocate general of the United Stales army, and Lieutenant Colonel Athbent I Morrow, of the 6ih United States cav alry, be brought to trial before a gen eral court marshal, appointed to as- , of ,1 court . jin;or General J. W. Schofleld. Hrisradier General A. H. 1 Lcroy,Hrigadier General W.IJ. IJochcs ter, ISrigadier General S. 11. llalabud, . Ilrigadier General Itobcrt Murray, ' lirigadicr General Jukn Ncwlon, Col. I C. II. Smith, of the 13th infautrv; Col. I L. V. Bradley, 13th infantry; Col. U.B. Aycrs, 2nd artillery; Col. E. S. Oti. ,20th infantry: Col.'ll. M. Black, 23d ' infautrv. with Major A. B. Gardner as 'judge advocate. THE SITUATION AT WASHINGTON. Washington, June SO.Thcrc is , some doubt as to congress reaching , adjournment next week, owing to the hitch between the two house-, on the naval and potoflice bill. The dispo sition shown within the last day or two to go into general politics increases the improbability of an early agreement on anything. The moderation of the hot weather will also have something to do with it. A long as congressmen can wrangle in comfort the disposition to sit it out and wrangle seems to be greater. Tho conference committees have struck a dead-lock on Lbx' fa I mails and nuw criiicr Neither ide at precnt i. dipoed to yield. It i thought that an easy adjustment of dillicultie on the river aud harbor and other bills will lie found, but on these two there is much I bitterucas and obstinacy mauifest j ed. Politic arc growing fed hot, too, 1 and not n fuw members of both houes ; are confidently predicting that the 1 session will be continued until after the Democratic convention, when there will be a regular fui hulo of political speeches. On the Democratic side this prospect ap pears to be dreaded, while Republi cans welcome the issue. Everything has been said agaiust their candidate that can be aid. The Democrats, on the other hand, arc.it tea as .to their ticket, aud of course fully realize that whoever i nominated at Chicago must stand lire. The Blaine aud Logan men are burn ing willi the zeal of retaliation and are loaded for bear. A racy time is an ticipated should the session be extend ed to enable them to get in their broadside. A few hot day, how ever, may do more to clo-c the bcsmou than anything ele. THE PUULIC DEBT. Washington, .lime 30. The de crease of the public debt for June was about s.6,000.000. The decrease for the fiscal vear. which ended to-day, w as about .. 100,000,000. The reduc tion for the !it fiscal vear was $ 137,, SENATE. Wash 1 Nino::, D. C, Juno 30.- One of the uiiieudiiicnts proposed by the senate committed was that $200, 000 of the $l,2o0,000 appropriated for continuing the improvement of the Mississippi river should be devoted to the hirbor at Memphis. Joints moved to amend this provis ion so as to make tho Memphis appro priation a separate and independent oue, leavitiir the $1,260,000 to be all applied to the river at Urge, but the senate decided to stand by the com mittee' amendment and voted down that ode red by Jonas. Senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, introduced a joint resolution directing the secretary of the treasury to pur chase not exceeding en million ti.ide dollars at their face value, paying therefor standard silver dollar, pro viding the purchase can be made prior ' --! to September 1. last. -Morrill ot- ;ccteii , . n-uler.'.tioii and matter went over. Coke, from the committee on com merce, reported favorably, to be acted on tit the next session, a till to pro vide for thc improvement of the chan nel between Galveston harbor and tho Gulf of Mexico, Tho Semite adjourned after having dipoed of the committee's amsnd iiirnts, leaving other amendments to be proposed to-morrow. HOUSE. Washington. D. C. June SO. llorr favored thc majority report of the committee on fortification, advo cating particularly thc items of $1, OoO.OOO for thc beginning of the con struction of ucw forts in the deep harbors of thc country, $300,000 for thc beginning of new" forts in the more shallow ports and $1,000,000 for the procurement of heavy steel rifle guns. Cor, of Xew York, suggested a compromise to the amount of tho ap- prop'riation, and opposed the senate ' FOREIGN FLASHES, ment. and that S2 will cover all -proposition for the construction of ; J WJVCaXVTXi x n.s3xjao. pcusesjSOthe Snlhvau and Mitchell new cruises. Finerfr supported the majority re - pert. tie Deiievcu 111c nauuuai uui-ur es were' so depicted that it became the UUVV Ol every liainoi, irrcB:tiiJ "i party, to lift his voieo in favor of the Sipropriation lor coast fortifications, e abhorred the spirit of economy practiced to the extent of niggardli ness. It not onlv imperiled but de graded the patriotism of the nation. He did not want to be identified with any partv which squarely set its face arainstt'he defense of "the country, against insult ou the invasion of a for- j eign cncinv. In conclusion he said:' "You, representatives of tlus great and ral ant nation, wnicn xias turneu 11s back on no foe and has evcrbceu x-ic-torious; vou of the gallant south and von of the independent aud sturdy north, this is not a nartv question, it is a (mention of the whole nation. Let us choose our ranks and give to the people of this country the assurance that here in this cham ber sit patriots, and not u parti san assembly. Let us fortify our sea coast, and then wc can say to all the powers of Europe, come on, 'and you will find, as the Persians fouud in Greece, that every spot of our oil shall lie the grave of a hero or an in-x-ader ; that every spot of soil shall be held sacred to liberty, aud '.that the American army can prove again its supremacy under the sunlight of lib erty, and "place the stars and stripes in glory above auv empire which at tempts to pollute our soil with the tread of its mercenarv hots Ap plause. Ilohnaii criticised the provisions of Hie majority bill and the principle on which it was founded. When it was considered that the country wa at peace v ith all the world, ami was free fioiu any entangling foreign alliances the American people could not sym pathize with the effort of the present congress to create a great navy and make great preparations for a national defene. In the event thai a content uqi-cs the torpedo "system and not the sveteui of coast fortifica tion would be the agency bv which our' harbors would be de- remind. The exncrienccs of the civil war had shown that defenses were ininroviscd as tho occasion required aud that nioiicv spent in great fortifica tious had been wasted. The forts on the Mississippi river, constructed with the greatest care, had not been ab!ctto stop the progres of even an ordinary wooden ship. There was no excuse; there was no justification lor taking from the people their earnings for the ' ted suicide, .xi. itociiani, cinci ot tue tory. The hcnil ot the Cherokee -Sa-puriiose of itiitiatin"a policy! which in ' nival health department, declares tint Hon with a squad of Indians has been IbrcV'ii countries, had produced woe the cholera was not brought to France ' taking down :fll the wire fencing that and a"onv of mankind. by any transport with troops from the t encloses larger tracts than fifty acre, H,n'nnt,K-nnniPil tho liiiiinriiv bill, east." that being the limit allowed by thi' act declaring the policy ot the majority bill was that America should follow the foot steps of Europe. The appropriations j in the latter bill were but the entering wcdge,;and if 53,000,000 were appropriated tins year, a much larger suiii would be asked for in fu ture years. Dor.slieimcr advocalcd the majority : report and said it was within the pow er of several European governments to i bombard every American city on the , .avr.it... ..., w...... r---. ." A ll.iiiti.-. inn wviftt tllC .Mississippi .;,.r ,in nnnu.rii tn fl.vir tiio'ilvis Asiatic cholera 11,1.1 IMK ltVl.ll lliFlIp,.. . ..w..., ... heaviest battle ship, up to Xatche..aud cities along that stream would e much at the niercv of European fleets J as would Ne !v 1 tirk or Philatlelpliia. He condemned the nolicv of false ccuiioiiiv anil asketl what was to be done with thc vast surplus which monstrous taxation had brought iut i i the treasurv. Every ellort in this house to reduce taxation had tailed. He would go home to meet his con stituents mid when they asked him what congress had accomplished he would be able to say that $000 had been saved bv cutting down the sala rie, of secretaries legations .mil $2,000 ii iii. i- bv cutting dow n the s-ai,,rv ,if tlici"1"1"""'"""- ..... ...., miiiistcr at Kome. The committee roso and Klliott, from the committee on elections, reported a resolution declaring John S. Wise en titled to retain his seat as repre-enta-tivc at large from Virginia. The view of the minority were presented by Turner. Oidcred" printed. Uosccraiis prt'sciitrl the conference report on tlie bill to provide for the disposition of abandoned and nseles military reservation. Agiced to. Adjourtii'd. THE NATIONAL PROHIBITION CONVEN TION. Prrrsnuno, Pa, June 30. Beports ' received at the Prohibition headquar ters indicate that the national Prohi bition convention, which will nssciii- ble in this city ou thc 23d of July will bo otic of the largest temperance gatherings ever held in the world Over 1,000 delegates are expect ed to be present. Tho convention will be held in Lafayette hall, where the first national Republican ( convention was held. Arrangements, are being made by a committee of 200 local prohibitionists aud the epcn-e will be. met by private subscription. The local leaders talk mot extrava gantly of tho prospects of their p irty. and many firmly believe that the con vention will name the next president of the United States. Secretary Swa gcr saitl in an interview to-day : "Wc contend that Ohio anil Michi Wc contend that Ohio and Michi- arc alreadv pronounced prohtbi - l state, and" that in thc calculation gan tion of thc present doinin-int polilfial par ties thev should h-n leit out. i,y tioiu iiiaiing'stich a man n C.iinton 15, Pi'ke. of New .Tcr-c.I believe that New York, New Jer-cy. Californij, Kansas, Iowa, Pttiii-vlvania, Ma-sa-cliu-etts and some of the southern state would give tlu'ir electoral veto to the prohibition partv."' The canva-s for tho nomination U quite animated. Gideon T. Stewart of Norfolk, Ohio, is probably the leading candidate aud will coiuo to the eon vcutiou with a very strong support. In this locality, however. Clinton B. Fifco or New Jer-ev , is the leading favorite, and in Methodist circle- is being strongly and ellectively urged. R. II. McDonald, president" of th- Pacific bank of California, i urged bv the western and Pn- citic slope prohibitionist-, and will come into the convention with the unanimous support of thc delegation from California. Ex-Governor St. John, of Kansas, u ill have the support of the delegate from liis own tate. There are other names mentioned, lur riko for proidcnt, and John Rtts'ell. the veteran prohibitioni-t of Michi gan, for vice-president. ieiii to 1 a verv satisfactorv combination. T1LDEN AND THURMAN. Xkw Youk. .Iiiuc 30. The county Uoinooracy re-olvcil to-uijrht to -cut! 450 men to the C'liicaso convention. Tho Palmer house villi he the hcatl iiunrter. The anti-inoiiopoli-U to-uilit re rolveil to form n X.ntional Anti-'Mo-nopolv Lcazuc, with branches in crerv" I city ot the. Union. Theodore E. Toni s lin-on was maile secretary. They ad- vocatc the iioiitination of Tilden and i Tluirnian at thc Chicago convention. THROUGH A BRIDGE. Chicago. June SO. Hie Daily News Keokuk, Iowa, special saj.; A coii-truction train n the Chicago. Ilurlitiirtoii A: ijulncy railroad went through a temporarv bridge over Graittl rivtrr. near Sninner, ilissonri. to-night. The enjrine. five ears and caboose arc iu the bed of the stream. Ten men are reported mis-in": nd others injured. j pA.RN ELL URGED TO IS- CiTTTT ANT AnnRF.SS ' To Irish Voters in America to , Support Blaine. , ; THE WORST OF THE CHOLERA CRISIS OVER. . . J Being Persecuted by iards and Russians. " ' and pursued them to tho vessels with ENGLAND large ballast stones, smasliinsr the com- LoxnoN, June 30.-Thc Standard , I' doors skylight cabin stores says influential Irish-Americans have anJ '""ii.ture, breaking he bulwark urged Pamell to issue an address to 1 .aml A0PCI.I1B V?! lT the Irish voters in America requesting , ,llt. thc ,storm aml 1CC ' Pf" .,,. them to support Blaine in the prcsi-, . An outraee was perpetrated Situr. deutial contest in hopes that his dec- ,b-v,,t!,0,r"eH, . 1-,et,btnlrk J? J? tion xvould result in fomenting tho Elizabeth. They broke into the Lath difficulties between England and thc olic church in St. Mary's, hay a id de United States. Pamell has heretofore ! "toh-hed the furniture and appoiul dcclined to accede to a request of this ,,,cuts f tl,e 1Y, and in various lnture' I wax's desecrated thc church, rive 'llow to rescue or ransom thc crew rearrested. As wou as the ktiowl of the British Mea.erNizrio,xTreeked, tX' lu not osl.ou tuc Acuecr coast and still held captive by Rajaiihas not vet 1.'" ,..T.V iir,.... '.k- M,!,-:ci. been settled. However, the British sloop-of-xvny Pegnstls has been ordered 10 procceu iruui oiuguiuur iu jicucur with provisions aud clothing. Piatwol'th, June 30, While a gam: of twentx-'-five convicts were at work here, one of their number threw a larre stono at the solitary warden which struck him in the head, inflict ing a stunning blow. The entire gang then rushed for him. A life con vict, named Stevens, outstripped thc other, seized the wanlenV rifle and auiimitiou and lired upon the advancing convicts, six of whom he seriously wounded. When tho ammunition was exhausted Stevens clubbed five others with the rifle and" when assistance arrived he was com nlctclv exhausted. The details of the 1 affair were promptly reported to the irovcrnmeiit ami home secretary, who 'avc orders that Ssteueiis be immu diately released , warded. When from prison and re- the good news was made kuovvu to Stevens he fainted PRANCE. MAiiaKii.s, June 30. There were five deaths from cholera last night, Capt Bellot. of the navy, when his 1 witc was seized with cholera, commit- .r., . ,...,-. 1... .!. incrcvvercno iic.iius oeiweeu tuu hours of 'J a. m. and six p.'m. to-day. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam- ship company will discontinue running vessels to London and Bombay for the pree.tt, owing U the outbreak of cholera. Toulon, June 30. It is generally admitted that the worst of tho cholera crisis is over, one feature of the dis ease beiug shortness of time elapsing between seizure and death. This would seem to indicate that the uiala At 7 o'clock since 11 a. in. . ' one death had occurred AFRICA. Amsikus, June 30" Stenotts nnti Scmetie riots occurred hef yesterday. There was much bloodmcd. The Jewish quarter mas pillBed. The riots continue. A committee of Spanish residents threaten till Spaniards who took part in the expul sion of the Jews. Troops occupy vari ous parts of tho city. RUSSIA. St. PtrrKitsisi'iui, June 30. There is . . i , ur ""!,' ' ", .;". ' tin; towns fiiucs of this citv oppose- svuipalln with the ;Jcvv. Ii declares that equal right for Christians and J'wswould be a ' greater misfortune fur Uimi'i than the ! former Mongolian yoke. 1 EGYPT. Cairo. Jimo'W. Col. Kitchener has ri'turned to Assouin. lie report the 1 countrv quiet. Col. Kitchener believe that Berber has fallen. He iivs that the gravity of the Madhi's movement. ! has not hitherto been grasped. The rebels have issiietl lresh warning that thev will give no quarter, and tht-ir threats have created great Jerror among! the population. Col. Kitche ner expects that heavy fighting will take place after the feast of Kaiiuno tlam. SPAIN. Madihi), June 30. The elections to-tlav for members of the chamber of deputies resulted in a victory for the government candidate. Rioting oc curred during the vot'.ng. and -even perons were killed. I Minister Foster has returned. lie I arrived in Spain in time to e-c.ipc the j quarantine at the Irontier. I ITALY. 1 Roxik, Jiiiu'30. 'l!no ci-e-of chol era arc reported at D.ilu.zo, in the north of Italy. Daluzzo, June 30. A workman ""-" '-' ' ''ere, and oon lic '"'' "ave been rt from Lvons w.i seized with cholera lied. Ilvgenicprccati- doubled. IRELAND. Duiii.in. June 30. The Orangemen and Natinali-t- came into collis-iou vesterday at Warren Point, Counlv i "Down Two Orangemen v. ere :tr-re-tetl. One Nation ili-t wa- stubbed ' almost to death. i CUBA. Havana.. lime SO. All re a' M ita zangas to-tlaj drttroyctl three ware-hou-c-; and 1,700 hog-hcid of sugar in the buildings were biirnt'd. The lo-s is upwards of $1.10,000. partiallj in-ured. SULLIX'AN DISGRACED. New York. June 30. Between .1,000 and 6,000 people, including hun dreds irom Boston uud Philadelphia, and large delegations from Baltimore aud Chicago, went to tho Matli-on Square garden to-night to see thc glove contest arranged to take plare between John I Sullivan and Chas. Mitchell. The torics circulate.l thc la-t few day concern ing Sullivan' drunkcntie-s and Iitchell's malaria tlid not rm to shake the belief of a good-natured nubile that thc men meant to haven bona tide and exciting contest II the carlv evcir.m; it wa reported that both boxers were in Rood condition. Snllivan, in street eo-itinit', -tasjrered up the step leading to the platform, ncconitianied by UiHy O'llricn O'Urieu announced to" thc auxiou crowd that the doctor hail positively stated tliat Mr. Sullivan wa too ill "to -par. lie Mid that rithcr than have tho peo ple di-appotnted Dominlck McCOcry would par Mitchell. O'Krien wa hooted. Then the "Orcat Sullivan" made hi- wav to the edge of the riagr, and supporting hiiiix;K by thc rope, he mule a few remarks. Then the renowned Mr. Sullivan wa heartily" hi--ed. Mitchell, who Lad aM-ended lite platform while Mr. Sullivan was speaking now nunc forward aad had his little av. Thc people cried 'Shame,' and hissed and shouted. "Sullivan, you've lot your maahood," and made various other deprecatory reirki, and then slowly and eadlr left the building-. It i estimated tha"; $14,000 wa lakcuin by the manajre- combination have $12,000 to divide as tho result of their much talked of and gratuitously advertised combat. ORANCRE OUTRAGES. , St. Joidcs, N. F.. June 30. Two Orange outrages are reported from the northward. At Twilliugatc six teen loaded guns were fired into the house of Capt. Wrey and the windows smashed xvith huge stones. The Wrevsr are one of onlv three Cath'olic families in Twillitigatc. At Greensford Harbor four southern ve ( sels took refuge from a southwest gale Span- j and a floating field of ico on Tuesday last. Orangemen attacked the crews when on shore, maimed them brutally , -i--""-.. "-'"" 1-1 '-"": ? " tl,an 600 hl w.ere n,?.n.nc', I for thc purpose of scuttling or hrtttg the vescl. An influential pries taud ome merclmiits prcvent'ctl the de strnetiou of the ship and cargo. SUCCEEDED AT LAST. Atchison. Iv:ina. Juno 30. Li.ie Bradley, of White Cloud, Kausas, who started" to commit suicide by starvn 1 tion, succeeded Sunday inoruing at 3 1 o'clock. She wholly abstained from ! food for fifty-three days, during which time she al"o stubbornly refucd to speak. Before beginning self-starvation she had lain seven weeks upon a bed of sickne, and her jsjstem wns therefore very much tun down when she began. ' An autopy revealed the fact that her 1 organ wh'rc all perfect, and thc for ' inal x-erdicl of the phvsici-ins was death from slarvation. When she look j the strange freak she had been in an utmloflsnnr nu.irrcl with her father. 1 ana the loss of aJittlo niece whom she l.,l rpnrp.l i1isintirg.n! her. anil she resolved upon suicide. She first tried nlintnr.1 i,wl ili.it f.iilinrr rititf fi'itimr v"'"""' ' "" '" Indians taking down fences. f Chetopa, Kan., June 30. There is great consternation here among tho-e having rancln- in the Indian terri- oi ine vjneroKce council, iiie sncriu 'confi-cates all the wire he takes down. .... y., . ,, rill- -, . The shcritl began work south of Cf fevvillcaud is taking it down t.s ho comes east. Thousands of miles of fencing hav e been removed. The In-dian- ccm,t( mean bii.ines and t vi dently iiieait to eject all intruders. THE WABASH. St. Louis, June SO. In the Fuited State circuit court to-day an ortlcr was made in the ca: of the Wnba-h railway against the Centinl Trust com pan v, "granting leave to lite re ceiver to detend certain suits aud pay necessary co Is and fees. An order was also"nade in the case of the Cen tral Trust company against the Texas & St. Louis railway, giving leave to settle the lease with the Grant locomo tive works: ami to tho United States to isuc certificates to the amount of $30,000, at 7 per cent, interest, to aid Grant locomotive works. A BLAZEAT MINNEAPOLIS. Minneapolis, Kan., June 30. Another lire in our city Saturday eveningin the Beard-ley confectionery store, would have proved di-ntrou bitt torthe timely a-sistance of the citi.ens. It wacau-ctl by the tipping over of a lamp, or rather falling out of a bracket. A shell in the norm part ol town was discovered to be on lire Sunday morning about 11 o'clock. A -mall " boy had been plaving with matches in souse shaving. A man pa-ing with a butketot water soon stopped its course. HIS FIFTH VICTIM. l.oi;isvn.LK, Kv June 30.- luiflli gencu reached this Ity tn-dnv ol the shooting and fatal wounding of John Vautcr, town iiiar-hal of Ttirncr mil lion, Henry 'ountx, at that plilll' fc.u urdax by a desperado named Ltn-icti Evan's. "An old grudge-u a tin- ctu-e of the shooting. A warrant w a tvorn out for Kvanrarrest, but he surround ed himself Willi eighteen desperate companion-, who leveled their guns at tiie officers anil defied them, tinallj forcing them to leave. Vautcr is Kv aiis' tilih xictim. NO MATCH FOR SULLIVAN. New York. June 30. "Rill" Lug- 1-iiid, an Lugli-h pugilit, who came here a short time ago to try to make a match with John L. Sullivan, wa given a benefit this afternoon. Hi -et-to with Georye Rooko showcI England to be no match for Sullivan a Uooke fought him nil over the stage dealing him a 'lumber of stinging blows. Four ronuils used up ling land. . ASYLUM BURNED, Cincinnati, Ohio, Jiiiio 30. St Joseph's Catholic orphan asylum, six miles south of Newport. Ivy., wa burned about noon to-day. Lo $1.1.000: insurance. $10,000 M-ter Margnerit.i and seven sisters of Notre Dame uerc in charge of liftx-four bov In Ihctt'sylmn. All escaped and waked to jvcwDort. where they are temporarily quartered. GOOD ENOUGH, Cincinnati,--Ohio, Juuc 30. Mr. Klka Blauk!e O-day obtained a ver dict of $5,00aama?ca against Chris Green, a saloon keeper, in a uit under tin provisions of vvliat is known a tlic Adair I"nnor liw, which make the saloon keeper amenable to thc wife; of a drunkard if he continues to -ell him liquor after being warned not to do so. Her hu-li.-tnd died from the effect- of drink. DISASTROUS FIRE. Hr.vnNGTO.v, W. Va., June 30. A J tire at two o'clock this morning at the comer of Third avenue and Ninth -trect de-trojed ten frame bu-tiie- houses owned bv P. A. Benli'Mti. J. f. 1.....1... n,..,. Allnr. I V Hnl.nL- i.i,..i.., s..s... . ....w.,y. .. .. . log at lh Wlchiu Ag'Bcy. iwllao Terrllor." Mr-. LatJalirP, Mr. II. H. Httrtlick and j will I receierJ at tbU ofire hi. HI lls'e4-k ' M. A. fearniili. I-on lMiil-riiiK'i.i'?'V.,H"llf""' J,lfi; SjISjOW: ITWMl-, ,A.,0. -Tho FOR CLEVELAND. MisjfKArmj.-:. Kftii June SO. Independents and Demo-ral- of Ot tawa couutr are talkinj ClwekMid for pre-ident. and wouhl like l - him nriminatf-d. If lite Kana- deh'zatioii -houl.i vote for acvclund at Cliio it would creniir pict-e the Ottawa conntv Bcniorrat- aud Intletentliiit-. BURNING OIL, PrrrenCRO, Pa., J tine V). A- tank cxinlaiuin? 2.CX) barrel of henit.c at ... r--..i ,.:t ,!.-- ,.r ,. t,.,t,,l lUTVli-kuvu .,,.-.- vi mu ,- coinnsnv cau"iu arc ai v o nwet uti evenina and i li!i burning. s-Kyraj lare tanks of oil stand nar it anil it i fcarcil that ihe llamcs will -pivl. Thc lm 1 e-lim-ued at 30X-. WAREHOUSE BORIEO. . . r--. t.... an Tt- -vr vr.vu.M..,.-..uc ."'"- -""- ihermaii. Texa-, special ?ay ; A tire thU niorain de-troyed tlie warehuii-e and content 1-eJoa to the Davis c. tate. Total lo--, $12,000. FINANCE AND COMMERCE WICHITA MARKETS. Live Stock. Shlpplos Un Butchers' ttttn ... Fat row ami heUsrs.... Fat shipping hogs', best.. Stock and fJIne boss.. ....I3WUN . .. 3tiU .. . sioo .. vxnto 084 40 .... JSO(.XSU Shrep Produce. Wholesale. TWfiS K.S' U31 iUtail. Potstors, j cr bn. Esys ISntter ;io u litli 8 ea.-h, SS MV IS. 12S' li t 3 HI 3H5 J3 s SO SiKjil 00 SB W Chee ChicLrnt, pn Jb..'... Chickens, per dozen S. C. Ham S. C. Bk. Bacon Ilaeon titles 1. S. Sides . .shoulders ... Lard ......... ..... Corn meal . ?.0OiI.50 U't 13 10'i 0'.' s US' 1 OJ Flour, high atent.. Flour, patent Flour. X.VXX Flimr XXX. , . . Chop feed ... Ilran .. . .. . Shorts - . Grain. Milling wliext Milppln wheat Corn . . . . .. Oils Corn, pure white TSATS SM70 acts MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New York Money Market. New Youk, June a, IsSl. Movkv Easr at 2S4 T cent.; closing offers at 2 V cent. Prime Miuca-xtilic PAriti ISC jer cent. SrtRLiNO Kicicavgi Firm. Bankers' bills, 4.; demand, i.4. OovEnxiresT Bovi' Slrc.nKer, especially for J iS-per-cenls. Lr. S. 3-pcr-cents . lou a. IT S.sVper-crats. . .... Ill l,.S 4-per-eents HK'.'t. State Skcccitih Quiet. Rail wat Bom Generall "lower Missouri Pacific A'a bonds. . . .... Hannibal & St. Joseph bonds ...106 ....108 ....V . ..119 ....m .... 7.' central racinc siocas Chicago A Alton ChlcaKO. Burlington Si (Julncy Denver A Itlo Grande Hannibal ft St. Joseph Hannibal X St Joseph preferred (asked) Missouri Paclffc . . Northern Pacific .. Northwestern New York Central . . .. i .. ' ..wx ..loau .. : .. Itocklsland. . .. . . Union Pacille , Wabash .. .... .., Western Union Kansas City Live Stock. Kaxsas Crrr, June , liwl. The Litt-Slack Indinlor reiorts: CattA: Uecetpts, : market steady for shipping grades ; weak, and 5w.l0c lower for jnemaiH (O cniuiuiin uuicm-n. uc ...i averaging 1,'Jtw to l.-MG tbs, ts nxBA.to t aver airinir KM to 1.1IA) lbs. 7535.75: stockers. feeders aud cows unchanged. , Hoc.- Ueceipts, C,?JI ; market firm and Sr liieher : lots areraglnK 2Ti to aff lbs, sold at 3I.7WJ.0U; bulk at 4.(st4.Ki. SiiEEf Ueceipts. 100 : market uutet and nom inally unchanged St. Louis Grain and Produce. St. Loch, June HO, lJsl. Flol-h Market unchanged. Wto-vr Market fairly active, but lower. No. 1 red. l.01; cash and Junes lS'(4ic July j t',vl;o August; MVS'WXc, SepWm- Der; utsW'i'tC ucioter, closing si iuuub prices. Coits Market fairly active but lower, except rorcaeh nndJuiie, which are belter He cash aud June : i'J'&Wic July ; 4'.i',CJ0c, August j .VKSoOKc September, closing at Inside figures. Ovts Market lower and slow; SW-fra.'s'c cash ; -.UUc July; 2lio August. ltECXiiis Klour, 4,W barrels; wheat. 39, (KX) bushels ; corn, lOn.Ouu bushels; oals,C7(UMl bnshels; rje, none; harley, none. Siin-MEST Flour, 11,000 barrels: wheat, none bushels; corn, ii5,(KJ bushels; oats, H,tUl; re, 32,lwo buslu Is ; barley, none. St. Louis Live Stock. St. Loch, June 30, 134. CvnLE Mreipts, l.MO; shipments, (Ml; market active, ami strong ; cxorts, 't.Mt'i.75 ; good to choice shipping, fri.uo.an ; common to medium, sjs.iosv.xyo; grass-feil natives, W.M5fO;i graas-fed Texas. :S.30tt5.oa; mainly 4 3"M.. 10. SiihEi- Ueceiis, JuO; shipments, none; market steady; good to chofco, M.7M44 50: common, (U.&ttU.i'U; Teaus, tl t?tij& ; good to best lambs, a4.Va.'..i5 Chicago Grain and Produce. CmcAr.o, June in, 1-S1. Floch (Inlet. Wheat In fair demand but weaker and lower t market opened weaker, fell ,&,, rallied a a trifle, fell lc, closing lttl' below Satnntav June, s3J.'nic, closing at M'ic; July, tllliwa'.c, closing at m;,c; auii sfi'sTSc, c!olng at sr.'.c; September. ..'. ni'.c, closing at tC'.c No. 2 spring, (Q'.'SJWe. Corn Market unsettleit and lower- opened uttker, rallied ",'c, fell J.'-lc, closing tVc ic'i ;,e, iruitiVfiiviiiif n., lay. Cash, .'.l&il.'.c ; June, 5lc. Ic; July. Sl'.ttsJS'r, closing at at. KiiM'.c. closing at JB'.'e; Sep- lu'low baturu closing at r.i ,;e : -n?nii. Uiiui'ic. uumuk i i ii. - -..- . -- .. -.. - --...,.:... -i. -, lember&V.iAs.vis.cs year, m-.nii-ic HJ.'c; May, 4vW. rifMing ai O vt Market weak ami lower Cash, SO'.'e ; June. .-MWVl'ie, doling at .Ki.'.c ; July, l .il'.c, cloning at i'.(H',c ; August, ,Vi;e, closing at 'J.,'.ci srpteinlssr, sa'iH'v'.c ; year, S'igfl'.c. l:r.Tctr-r Flour, ll. barrels ; wheat, 3, il bil!iels;corn. 114,1X1 bushels : oaU, IK, 000 bushel; rye, ll,!"! bunhrls; barley, 3,uu bunhcls SiitrMNT Flour, li;,(-i barrels; wheat, 17n,ii bushels t corn, sli,Xi bushels; oats, 2,tiO bnsliels; r", '.'"-' bushels; barley, :in bushels, Chicago Live Stock. Ciucai.o, June "I. l-l. The Ilrotrr't Journal il"Orts Hi,!4 Ueceipts. !,( shipments, t.VO; market nrtive and flrm ; rough packing, 4.W OJ 13; packing and shipping, a.'. I.vs-V ; light bar,in grades, it 75i Jo; skli-s, MSO Hi 73 Cvttie Scripts, I..'iii; shipments, .); solid fat dairr-fl rattle firm : exports, t 40 ;."V ; g'Kj-1 to choice, shipping, V, Hi, in ; com- . men to ninliuni, 8 j. (: i; grass-fed Tex- ana, J 2V..i SiiLEr lUceipls. I,i shipments, M0 J market steady ; inferior to fair. I uxil ou ; medium to b'jo-I, 4.'4 O', rholc' to sstra, The Juunuf$ Mvcrjool cable reports Cvrru: Market steady; g't tii choice American steers, IVIKdreel SiiEir Market weaker; ific Riverside Park! Is TIIK I'LVCK To Spend the Fourth. Admission Free. BOiTIM., BATHI(. 4 FISHING On the Itlter l't Lake. Racing on the Track. VIerrr-go-njBd. Cronvt. fiyronatls, Swing, ' and all wrts f iort lit rro taw IJtnh'Jj aad hu a JoDt Tm. Proposals. llEI'AIITMENT OF TIIK I.NTKUIOU, OfTlca or Lent .trriist, WjUhi'jtw. !.L . Jui. l-4 feesIM kntmsh ltelr"d 'l-rnsals tar i . Uiecrtti.lrurtn.ooi an iganinu sooi iraia- , 4n4 ullt.re.t ., the .It ot the IwlMIng by th- rejite.otatlie.ft(eIdinS lu be twa .tAries, 'AxfOttrt with l0 iz, 5torli-, J&t ' each lo !! tan be .v-mlnt-l at the cfV ut Ha.VeIt W-1, Tj-ka, Kss. t U. r.u.l, , at W ichita. Kan- d tbe GtU-ttnurrtt, , 1 -t Iitd. Mo llie eftttrst will be awarded f li lowest " 2XJS&EZ&rC. Tx Uf ,-m,T, rr-e-ei w rrti ay 4 ail bid, if ir.w! tut ih &et inurest 'A it : ; -rlc 1 m,.-,!. nwa slat ' rilt"- th' sr-praTsl .C U mlran , . ctnirrson.. .,,, e.rtSI'airMCtKe! SUI Mtir wa isM i -u-e. .j .,-,..--.. ,trnltry. fr j arooant f lh tiimt ;-. tr c-i -i u.' VJ-w"' TtsysW.etM th" or-lT.f Ihe Cotumle- tUraTf-t LitM .'.!. hwJi Jw.s wllltrf fTf'.t"l t U-taM uie la eai y bfcMer rrsrelrtrwr a awsrl lsJI ullltie'Bs. trvrt wllb swej awl -ielt sftl , fttbT wluPVe r.tr 1 thSMr ) The oaatract will yrorUU tvr thr pa;nvst, two of w tteh w III l Its. V at wJ tUtn ttt VL , i v . ,m r.,i. ,,-u.n I ;rh.Taaitrie.tia-;a4 wh the lIWI relet l.alis i"taws. is crtll. KMl Bar et ef urr uattats anusaaiins It oft frwn taos-4 tur tHJn -fl will v e e&assoerefl. H. THIOL, ST-S-j " CoajalsfcrttT. "Look a Leedle Ouet! cc275 in (he Shaddr. AITD GOIXG UJ. - - i- 1 it'soM be $o hot tMat LADIES! fa- Can't mllotr the Mlotcii to juts hy : AXLfSWool Buntingette Drab, Mode, Beig Green, Light Tan, Fawn, ONLY 19c. We sold them for GOc. C. 1 -s'-i 4, j ,J". e ffr ' Slimmer Silfe! AT White 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT! Seeing is So, don?t But come ROBISON BROS., 21 Main Street, ' ' One-Price Ciisb Dry Goods House. 21 21 21 21 21 IP THIS SPACE BELONGS TO Snively, Munn & Wilhite i Tilt j Restless; Sleepless & Reliable Real Estate Firm! tlalamlsr lr-ias. Tky drts their mi teams. kp gol rarrtaces, aal show tlsslr ptupswly riisvrfslly, aod thy ssll It . t ntt & Omznjudaf, Jmi SraMt, lfaln CrilictlsBavv Ia sswrt, d a f r.t-eis- luo rbMf hmd- r OsVas fr HanllsvaT riser's U-.k-s6T, JUia -, Wltiuta, Kaassw. tt-I J?' ' i J i I ?- mtnnt c -r vi a tAflheniiomcter bwrst, 'siJ'j. its vjt . ,uat t-i . . ' trtu tr v - . J- s1v -4 ette , . - " - Sl' i 1 . j-l -,, I -r x tjk . ft . , t .it Goods! HI ND ! I believing!' u believe this! and see! i t, it ,?.?!, TTTV First Ark. Val. Bank! Vftt I 870. The uldr.t money Inatllliliuci lu th.Aiksnaa Vstt.y W. 1; WOOtWAN. Wat. ti. WOOIIMAN', WILL. C. WMnUMAN, J I'reiMeoi 4'aafclrr - Aul, ta.ltUr COKKtNPONIlKM. , American Karnapge Nat'l II' .k. New Vork rirsl NatMnal Hask. f (X.sic..,' lllol. Kaiikifkan.KLlly,)vbiisa. City, XU.uil Are mx urfupytng ir New mmmmh Uwk UH4U No. 33 Main Street. Di a Geieral Mill Bisi'ios In all Its uu-lera fuaellous. Lmi Mtj hi kf A mm. On all satlsfartury r.llst.rsl. rest, rv.al r csmIUI an1 emfnasawlale th lMrower with llm from day lc Qts.-sars y toll ticket by Ul U.tesl sins Hl'.l Haw tit suaruar In th -rrtd, I'j or friu all prtnrj pal aVorvMsn (Ktrta. la .lorlh UtruaH liafA or luaard line. la the oriaBlfalli of tl," a Its! Atkaotsi m luroke vauey liaas.ol vvicjiiia, as neither ilireor, twit')MH ot braarb ixiriU deal It tsjts rgl i.osai.M. lesue urlslrs ars.trlrtlr In the trisr of II. Ugltlmsle . f llsprtealaawia')neit wrr luilfylda ally rtii-ib! ror tbs umlfrtttni f etery djnltr ple-lgeil Uilst-J-.llr of t-nrftrtwis. Cr-etl g with many Ibatits i.ur i.rt,.r. otd frle-wts. ku patn4irA. with lar utos-ert facilities, ws shall I- fcsj'pj- to lwrfc-e, and klsdly asxi of la general MitIM as snsf Uelrs Uiasatl Uvailfe Ui'reuf. sn! tint judgtusMt aat rtmmir-t msf pmdnt to arrxpr, HU are r:--lfullT ,fs W t WO;liafAVAoV JOHN DAVIDSON, TIIK Pioneer Lumber Ma Or Sabowica C'.ra-rT. KbTAIl,lSUfc.l ltiximt ' 1 Xi " I L Cataplats) Stock of Tiao-lnm'ovr, 8HINOI.FB, LATH. DOOKk, rtAr-II.Ac alvafs o kai , y Q$t f'4 .. iUiiHitrt'l, M-f',1 4rrmr4 tlrtf 3Mt ta-ll J. P. ALLEN. Every Thing Kcptin Fist-Clais Drug Stofe. C. AUGUST DfKTKIJ, CONTRACTOR AND BU2LOSK. tRICK A tT0El" Yffhn ,itil V.Vieait 'f WfsCetl tf' Gt bl all mt ltS A wstt to ! 4 sjt utVas. ! We el W t" etrm's Lasrrasww ate,, tmtt U lenvfaa - '-- k s v s. yt ; ivr W lataa-sa-iaaBia-aaa-aMMlalBl .