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ABILENE T7EEKLT REFLECTOR ABILENE. KANSAS, JULY 5, 1894.
AnaouMmMti. 0OOTI AtlOMlT. I hereby annoniw myself u a candidate for tl4jB of county attorney o! Dtckln oo county subject to the decision ol the Republican county convention.- C. F. Hud. lama candidate tor county attorney, sub ject to the decision of the Bepubllcan county 1 convention. S S Smra. DISTRICT CL1KK. t hereby announce myself a a candidate r district clerk, subject to decision of the Republican county convention. P, H. Ballkx, ",' v '' FBOBATI JUDO B. I hereby announce myself as . a candidate for Probate Judge of Dickinson county, sub ject to the Republican county convention. H. R. Aldricb. The undersigned hereby announces him self as a candidate for the office of probate judge of Dickinson cou nty subject to the de cision of the Bepubllcan county convention, Sam Bhavir. ABOUT PEOPLE. B. D. Fry, ot Hope, was in town. J. B. Ehrsam was np from Enter prise. ( ' P. L, Jennings and P. Sheeran were up from Chapman. Chris. Burton, one of Jofferson township's loading farmers, was a visitor to the county seat, J. F. Appleby, inventor of binders; M. W. Miles, of Lyons; A. H. Crarer, ol Harve, Ills., secretary -of the Crarer & Steele Implement Co., and Louis Steele of the same company were In town. They intended show ing a new 12 foot combined header and binder at work but owing to the strike were compelled to leave for the East. - RECm REFLECTIONS, J. L, Bristow has sold the Salina Republican toM. D. Sampson, form erly owner of the Salina Journal and later U. S. consul. - -Mattie Langston aged 17 died of lung troubles at her parents' home on West Sixth yesterday afternoon, funeral this afternoon, interment at Solomon. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fulton'are anticipating a pleasant trip east next week. They will join excursion of the National Railway Agents associa tion at Chicago and go by special" train to Niagara Falls, Boston, White Mountains, Portland, Old Orchard, Lake George, Lake Champlaln, Mont real, Quebec and home. The journey will last two or three weeks and be a delightful one. Lady Phyiician. Any one wishing advice and treat ment of an experienced ladyphysician call at number 809 South Third street, Abilene, Kansas, after July 10, Chronic oases solicited, charges very reasonable, Consultation free. 95-5 A Short Session, From Tuesday's Dolly. The board of education met in regular sossion last night, Minutes were read and aaproved, bills were allowed and the board adjourned to next Friday night when it meets with the council to arrange for high school rooms. ' The Virion Explained. Communication in Tom Wilson's Watermelon: v Editor Watermelon; That strange apparition seen at Manchester.Kansas, as written in the Watermelon yester day, must have been seen shortly after our Governor Waite made his famous "blood to the bridle bits" speech in Denver, probably it was the time Mrs. Lease was shaking up the Populist paf ty of Kansas, or probably H. W. Smith and B. W. Blue were in Abilene and visited H. W. Lash's or G. W. C. Kohrer's place as we often had such visions after visiting those places. A Subscriber. Died in Oklahoma, A letter from W, M. Sherwood, who Is in Oklahoma City, announces the death of his father, A. S. Sherwood Saturday at 5 p. m., funeral at Okla homa City at 10 a. m. Monday. Mr. Sherwood was formerly an esteemed resident of this city and was a mem ber of the city council. For three years he has been a resident of Okla homa City, During the paBt year he has been in feeble health and his death has been expected for soveral weeks. W. M. Sherwood and C. C. Sherwood, two of his sons, reside In this county. Mr. Sherwood was a true Christian gentleman, a staunch friend and a worthy citizen. He had hosts of friends is this city who will extend sincere sympathy to the family, . Farm for Rent- Good bottom farm, 266 acres, call at once on A. G. Steinhilber, one mile South of the Baker bridge. fi-lof Pr. Price'a Cream Baking Powder Fatly Yean the Ataadard. Awarded Highest DWGES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years tlie Standard. FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATED GLORIOUSLY. iUI DAY A SUCCESS. Thontudi of VUitori Enjoy the Nation's Birthday in the Belle of the Smoky-Evenr Event Attended by Crowds Eon. W. A. Calderhead Speaks-Racei, Bate Ball etc. Never did Independence day offer more attractive weather than had Abilene yesterday It was cool, dustless and fair. The city was in gala attire and private residences and business houses alike were profusely decorated with the ever beautiful red, white and blue. Many unique designs were seen in the store win dows indicating the appreciation ot the occasion by the proprietors. Special and regular trains brought crowds to the city from Junction, Ft. Riley, Minneapolis, Salina, Beloit, Delphos, Manhattan and from every part of Dickinson county until the number of visitors to the city was numbered by the thousand and gala attire and joyousncss marked every face. The number of visitors was es timated at from 3,000 to 5,000 and it may be said that never did central Kansas have a more delightful Fourth and Abilene certainly never had a better celebration. As always, the city "did itself proud." The attractions of the day were varied and interesting too much so for detailed description of every event. They will be be treated of under proper heads as follows: BASE BALL. Abilene and Fort Riley teams, two games of ball, at 10 a. m. and 4:80 p. m., at the old fair grounds. The following are the names and positions of the players for the morn ing game: Abilene Fort Iilley. LottAO Catcher Punn Shoperd Pitcher Bootlio LotUH 1st base Ellis Wesley nd buse Hreman Orcutt 3rd liusc Slicupy Matteson 8. 8 May Hu'd 1.F Ihlppel M. Smith C.F Tomlln Summers. . , , , , B. 'K ); 0 rimes Several hundred spectators were present at the morning garuel Abi lene went first to the bat; it was not until the 8th inning that a score was made by the home team. Several pieces of pure luck helped the visitors but their playing was well done. In the afternoon Abilene took the lead from the start and held it al though the soldier boys climbed close to them at the end. The crowd of spectators at the afternoon game was the largest ever seen at a similar event In tho city. The morning score was: Abilene 2, Ft, Riley 8. In the afternoon, Abi lene 12, Ft. Riley 11. Sl'EAKlNG. Even with hundreds at the ball ground the speaking on Second street at 11 o'clock attracted a large audi ence. The program was: Music .'...Bond Prayer Kev, Dr. Blayney Oration W. A. Calderhead Hon. W. S. Stambaugh presided. Hon. W, A. Calderhead spoka for 45 minutes and was closely listened to. His address was tho first he ever de livered in this county and none who had heard of him as an eloquent speaker were disappointed. Partisan ship was entirely lacking but patriot ism and loyalty were present In every sentence, The lessons of today were lvgorously emphasized and the high est ideal of American citizenship sturdily lauded. It was one of the "strongest and most helpful Independ ence day speeches ever mado in the State. Mr. Calderhead is the Repub lican candidate for congress in this district and he amply proved his fit ness for the position to which ho aspires. Honors World's Fair. 1 0 S2 THE FAKADE. At 1 o'cl ,ck occurred the parade which, followed the following line of march: Form at City hall; West on Fifth to Cedar; North on Cedar to Seventh; East on Seventh to Buckeye; South on Buckeye to Third; Weston Third to Elm; South on Elm to Second; East on Second to Broadway; disband. Mayor Nissley and Alderman Pitts led the procession, representing tho city government. Then came: Chief Abilene Department. Belolt Band. Bolott Fire Department. Solomon Fire Department. Enterprise Band. Enterprise Fire Department, Junction City Fire Department. Minneapolis Band. Minneapolis Fire Department. Salina Band. Ballna Fire Department. Abilene Flro Department. Trades Display. v Bicycle Club. The Minneapolis department at tracted much attention by its humor ous uniform, being of the Si Plunk ard farm style. Tho boys proved that they were no slouches, however, before the day was over. The trades display was led by a pony rig representing Hirsch's Bene lit, Miller's greenhouse Ljl an elaborate and beautiful four horse float, a veritable bower of flowers and s, Seelyc's patent medicine wagons came next. The Bronghton Music Co. had a four horse float with piano, organs, machines, etc., in use, a very pretty display. Rombcrgor's feed store had a wagon loaded with hay, etc. Anderson's Ice wagon was in line also. firemen's races. On Second street between Cedar and Spruce at 2 p. m. ' W. S. Stambaugh presided and the races were witnessed by an Immense concourse of people. The judges were M. H. Bert, of Abilene, A. P. Havens, of Minneapolis, S. W. Coi ns, Solomon; timers, W. 8. Stam baugh and W. A. Long, Abilene, S. Stanforth, Minneapolis. Hose race, prizes 30 and 20. Run 100 yardsto plug, attach hose, pull off three sections of hose and attach pipe. Time called when pipe touches ground. ' Minneapolis won in 26 seconds; Beloit 28J, Solomon 84, Salina 88 J. The world record Is 26 seconds. Hook and Ladder race, prizes (30 and 20. Run 100 yards, raise 20 foot ladder and man to the top. Time called when man touches top round. Minneapolis wou in 17 4-5 seconds; Beloit 20, Solomon 22, Abilene (not for prize) 19J. The time of the win ner is exactly the State record held by Abilene. At 8 p. m. by clcotric light firemen's speed race, prize $50. Run 100 yards with empty truck. Time called when team reaches score lino. Minneapolis won in 12 seconds. BAND CONTK8T. Band contest at 4 p. m. for a prize of $50 at the stand ou Second street. All visiting bands eligible to enter. T. E. Dewey and t'has, McEllmncy were judges, Bclolt's Manifold's band of 28 pieces and Minneapolis' lid regi-' ment band entered. The former was an easy winner. It is nno of the State's crack musical organizations' and its tforVj'jif!ft!jf4 tlie (la.V wa highly praised' by-U.- Firemen's Uiilroftfi'Mlt 1a hall at 8:30. Admission fl. 00, per couple. Music by Miller's orchestra. The Colored Glee club dance'1 In Smith's hall in evening. A LONESOME FOURTH, Watermelon Charlie Will Spend the Day in Limbo, From Tuesday's Dally. For some time there have been sus picions of unholy doings in tho vicin ity of the store of Hilton Brothers, "purveyors to the queen." The base ment of the building, It was hinted, was used for purposes other than stor ing garden sass. So the marshal made a raid last night and found It even so and he arrested Charles Hilton on a charge of running a gambling house. He pleaded guilty and was lined $10, and $9 costs and five days in jail, commencing this morning. For live whole days his mellow watermelon voice will be hushed and the em porium in the Hodge block will know him not. Oibl Wanted For general house Work. Mrs. O. W, Hurd, Vine street, 43-Uc tf . Fou Sale A second hand engine and separator in good condition. En quire of O. E. Simmers, & miles north of Abilene. 42-4c Blood-puriilers, though gradual, are radical In their effect, Ayer's Sarsaparllla Is intended as a medicine only and not a stimulant, excitant, or beverage. Immediate results may not always follow its use; but after a reasonable time, permanent benclit is certain to be realized. STBJP MOCBACY, ' C0KPLET1 TICKET NOMINATED AT TOPEKA. Ho Fusion or Endorsement Por Popu lism Overmiyer Named For Gov ernorStrom Feeling Against Lew-elling-No Use For Pope This Tear. Topeka, July 5 The Democratic State convention nominated a straight ticket from top to bottom. The State house Populists labored with the bourbons and begged for the Indorse ment of at least Clark and Harris but the anti-fusion sentiment was so strong that not a single Populist's name was mentioned during the con vention and the party's name was only applauded When held up to ridi cule and scorn by the speakers. Thero were about 430 out of the 453 dele gates present and was regarded as one of the most enthusiastic and repre sentative body of Democrats that ever assembled in State convention. The tioket Is as follows: For Governor David Overmeyer For Lieutenant Governor.. ..Sidney G. Cuoke For Associate Justice. .J. D. MeCleverty For Secretary ot Htate. E. J. Hernlitg For Attorney General James McKlnstry For Auditor... ... a W. E. Banks For Treasurer.....1. ..... Barney Lantry ForHunerlnteudent.., M. II. Wyekoff For Congresnman-ut-La!'Ke.. . Joseph G. Lowe It was noticeable as showing the strong sentiment of the Democrats of the State against (usiouists that al though Mr. Cooke had no opposition for lieutenant governor and was named by acclamation there were many "noes" when the vote came, the I only Incident of the kind In naming the ticket. B. L. Strothor was succeeded as central committeeman for this district by W, F. Shamloffer of Council Grove. The resolutions till a column of line print. They re-afHrm the national platform of 1892; endorse Cleveland and Martin; demand tariff reform as expressed in the WilBon bill; demand free coinage of silver at a ratio ot 16 to 1; favor an Irrigation appropriation by congress; favor a national commis sion to investigate the immigration question; declare that separation of church and State must be maintained; favor legislation regulating tho rela tions of oapital and labor; favor pen sions for deserving ex-soldiers; call for improvement of public roads; de mand the repeal of all laws authoriz ing the issuance of bonds except for public buildings and public works; demand a constitutional convention; demand resubmission of the prohibi tory question; oppose woman suffrage; and condemn the "Republican return- ring board frauds" in Kansas in 1892, and the disgraceful conduct of Repub licans and Populist parties during tnc legislative war of 1893. The resolutions as originally re ported contained tho money plank of the Chicago platform, but after a do bate of two hours the 16 to 1 plank re ported by the minority of the commit, tee was substituted, Nathan Croo of Wyandotto also mado a minority report In favor of woman suffrage, but his was the only vote It received in tho convention. SECOND DAY'S WORK. The Institute Takes Hold of Regular Business. LFrom Tuesday's Dally. The teachers' institute opened sharp at 7:45 this morning. teachers aim to carry out the proi if "early to rise" etc., and are compelled to niako quick connections for breakfast "if tliey are to succeed in evading tardy marks. The enrollment today was 137 with 47 In the model department. Miss May Ilruckhart has taken a position as one of the assistant teach ers In the model department. C, E. Shell, principal of the Man. Chester -schools, has charge of the preparatory high school class, Mr. Shell Is one of the county's most sue. cesBful and popular teachors. Several visitors were present today. W. I. Early is chorister and secures excellent results in the singing. Wal lace understands music as well as he does teaching and that means per fectly. The institute will adjourn at 10 a. m. tomorrow. The model classes will not meet. The reading circle will have its an nual literary entertainment Thursday evening in Grace Reformed church. Admission free, all invited. Prosident W. A. Quayle, of Baker University, one ol tho most eloquent orators In tho West, will lecture July 12th, It will be a rare treat. SJIILOirS CURE is sold on guar antee, It cures Incipient Consump tion. It Is the best Cough Cure Only one cent a dose. 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1.00. "One of my sick headaches," you will hear people frequently say, as If the complaint was hopelessly incur able. As a matter of fact, Ayer's Pills not only relieve sick headache but cffcclualy remove tho cause of this distressing complaint, and so bring about a premanent cure. ' KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, tho great Blond purltior gives freshness ami clearness to the Complexion and cures Contiation, 25 cts., 50 cts.. $1.00. Sold by (Julick, the druggist THETRE HUHTnro JOBS. Abilene Workmen Think Striking Very Poor Fun. This strike matter is becoming seri ous In some respects, but it Is par ticularly so to certain Abileneites. The employes ot the Planing mills taking a vacation on account of their sus ceptibility to Its influence. They thought they had a grievance and determined to go about settliug it in regular A. R. U. style. One of the men called a meeting at his house and a plan of campaigning was out lined. It opened with with a strike early in the morning. But Manager Paul was not sleeping, and as trans portation Is not very certain nowa days anyhow he decided to do a little plauning himself, So the men found before they had a chanoe to strike that all were discharged. Will Working, tlie walking delegate, thinks he can get the Hope stucco mills and the Enterprise machine shop hands to go out as a matter of sympathy but thero Is no certainty about it. Over on the sonthside is another mourner. When tho A. R. U. order ed out the Santa Fe men Friday the fireman and brakeman that run on the Santa Fe plug laid down their arms and walked out enmasse. They were promptly told that they need not come back. The fireman thought better of It and pleaded that he stopped because he was sick. So he was restored, but the brakeman is taking a prolonged vacation and wondering where he can llnd another place that will give him $72 a month with two meals and all night at home and practically nothing to do the rest of tho time. Dr. Hilscher, of St. Louis, a specialist in diseases of the eye and ear, has arrived in the city and rented an olllco by the Carpenter house, whero he may bo consulted by per sons having any trouble with thero organs in any way. Dr. Hilscher makes a specialty of all dlscasos of the eye and ear, especially titling glasses for all thoso troublesome eye strains so frequent In civilized com munities, cross eyes, cataract, etc. That he Is an oxport In bis profession is shown by tho following clipping from the Butler, (Mo.) Dally Demo crat: "Dr. Hilscher Is a skilled ocullBt and has met with good success In this city. He Is regularly located In St, Louis and makes yearly trips ot several months to cities outside, and he Is winning an excellent reputation In this section. The doctor is an ac complished and very agreeable gentle' man as well." Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers does its work throughly, coloring a uniform brown or black, which, when dry, will neither rub, wash off, not soil linen. Resolutions. Wiiekeas, Our beloved pastor Rev. S. W. Beaslcy, who for one year has zealously and devotedly served this church, has concluded it bis duty to himself and church on account of his evangelistio work to sever his con nection as pastor with the church, therefore bo It Resolved, That we, the memliers of the Ml. Zion baptist church, Abi lene, hereby gladly bear our testi mony to the scif-sncriliclng Cbnst liko service of llro. lleasley in behalf of this church and congregation to his Integrity as a man to Ills deep piety and consecration as a minister. Resolved, ThafWe trust that God will give him strength to do moro effectively than over In tho Master's vineyard, Resolved, That our lovo and our prayers will follow him to whatever bold of labor Providence may In the future call him, Resolved, That these resolutions be published in our papers of tho town and also be spread upon the minutes of the church. R. L, IlllONOWlH, Samuel ltisnv, Isaac McKeinolds, Deacons, Wanted Good girl for general housework. Apply to Miss Ida Up shaw, North Buckeye. 42-tc tf ABILENE MARKETS, Aimless, Has., July B, WW. Duller Hood ,., II 8 111 Eggs, per dot 6 Hprlng chickens per lb alive....,, S Old chickens 4 Ducks and geese,... 4 Turkeys per lb alive , 4 0 New potatoes , ,,,,, SS Flour per 100 lbs 1 80 t 76 HoifspcrlOO lbs 4 mHii Si Ujwb per 100 His,,, , 1 50 ft 2 00 SleersperlOO lbs I 50 II IIS I New Wheat 41 ! Wheat, No. S, soft 45 I Wheat, Nu. 8, soft 48 ! Wheat. No. !, hard .. 4fi , Wheat, No. 3, hard 41 (Jorn , US 8S : Hyo Oatt SO IFIrstPubllsliedlnthe Abilene Weekly Me Hector July 4 IW4.1 Notice of Final Sottlement- BTATKOKKANHAS, I... Dickinson County. ("" In th probate court In and for said county. In tho matter of the estate of Isaac V Luutz, deceased. Creditors and all other persons Interested In the aforesaid estate, are hereby imlttled, that at the next regular term of the proliule court In and fop said county, to be lieiruii and ht Id at the court room In Abilene, cu'lnly of IMcktiison, and State aforesaid, on the rW Mnitrtuv In Iheniniilh of Autrilst. A. It. lltU. 1 liult apoly to ;iid courtfora full and filial HeUlement ofould iMHte. , SAJU'EI. IlltlCKKIt, Administrator of Imac V. Lastss, deceased. July 2nd, A. D. 1M. NEVER TOO LATE. A BTORY WITH A MORAL FOB SUFFERERS WHO HAVE GIVEN Uf HOPE. An Old Lady who was Relieved Alter Many Yeareof Tortor: A Hew DUcoTerjr 1b Medicine. (From the Topeka, Kansas, Capital.) In Manhattan lives an old lady who, according to many creditable reports, has been the subject of a miracle. Mrs. Mary J, Embree has nearly reached the sixty-sixth mile post, and carries her age remarkably well, She lives with her son, J. W. Embree, on one of the most pleasant thorough fares of Manhattan, and It was here she was found by a reporter of The Topeka Capital, who was determined to learn the truth of her remarkable experience. "i nanny Know aoout it oeing a miracle," smiled Mrs, Embree, when approached on the subject, "but I was certainly cured ol rheumatism in a wonderful manner. I have suffered with the disease In its worso form since 1874,, and most ot tho time I was compelled to remain in bed. In '91 1 was taken with such an unusual attack that I was prostrated, could not move, In fact, (or several weeks without terrible pain. While wo are not blessed with an over abundance of the wealth of this world, or the good things that an abundance of tnouey can procure, yet we consulted inysieians, spending no small amount n "doctor bills, and triett, with due discretion, when we found medical advice apparently unavailing, some of the most highly recommended remedies. "I did not skip promiscuously from ono thing to another, but gave each doctor anil remedy an ample trial to prove their effectiveness, but try as I would they all failed. I had almost abanduneil hope of ever llndlug relief, when one day I read an account lu the Capital of a porson who hail been sulterer from rheumatism lor a number of years unil bad dually found a cure, I am not a believer in the many gauxy tales that are told about patent medicines anil yet when I llnd a plain straight-forward statement I am willing to give it tlie benellt ot an impartial investigation. Accordingly when 1 found through the columns of the Capital that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People had resulted in curing extreme oases of rheuma tism, 1 first satlslled myself that tho statements were true. Then I sent nty son to tho drug stores to secure a few boxes for trial. There are live such stores in our city, but the pills were not to bo found at any of them. Finally wo sent by mall direct to the manufacturers, the Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.,and secured a second lot, and was then so perceptibly Improved that I continued the treatment, Now I have not a touch of rheumatism. "Not less remarkable Is the cure of my daughter in law ot asthma, from which sho had sultored greatly. Often the attacks have been of such an aggravated nature that her life has been despaired of. She cominenootl taklnir Dr. William's Pink Pills for Pale People about the same time as niyacit, and has neon entirely tree from asthma over since." Tho above statements of Mrs, Em bree were corroborated in evory par ticular by her son and daughter, as were also her renresentrtlons as re garded her daughter's cure from as thma. ' In company with Mr. J. W. Embree the wrltor visited a number of drug stores of the city and found that while six mouths ago they were not having a call for Dr. William's Pink Pills for Palo People now, so famous tho cure of Mrs. Enibroe became In Manhattan each one Is llndlug that tliey arc Indispensable to the conduct of the drug business. Said Mr. Emliree: "You have no Idea how tho Pink Pills have Increased In the estimation of Manhattan people slneo Urn! began using them." An analysis of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills shows that they contain, In a condensed form, air the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing spoci lie (or such tliseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' danee.selatlca.neiiriilgla, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after effects of la grippe, palpitation of tho heart, pale and shallow complexions, all forms of weakness either In male or femalo, and all dlsoases resulting from vitia ted humors in the blood. Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent postpaid on receipt of price, (50 cents a box, or 6 boxes for llSOthey aro never sold In a bulk or by the 100) by by addressing Dr, William's Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., or Brock vlllo, Ontario. Mrs. 'f. S, Hawkln, Chattanooga, Tcnn,says,",Shiloh's Vltall.or SAVED MY LIFE.-1 consider It the best remedy for a debilitated system lover used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or kid ney trouble It excels. Price 75 cts, Hold by Oullok, tho druggist. 'Tiiu'iHniT'nntl Cuam uromntlv airrl irhere til others fail, Coughi, Croup. Ion Thfott, tloartcaeu, whooping Couch tnd Aithmi. For Conaumptloo It Ids do rival bn cured thouwndt, mid will CUM TOO If tukeolatlmo. Bold by Druglntg on guu (inlw. For A Lam Hck or Chent nag tjHlLOtll BELLADONNA PLABTit-lAo, mtOH'SACATARRB w x;utte. , - - - - - liaroyout-uurih I 'ibis remedy Hruarao teed Uoure you. fries, M eta, tijottorliui, Forsulcby Qullrk.thc Druggist, Abilene mm Nja MARKtT MPORTfc K4SUS Cm, July l-Oaltls-IaMl stM Saturday, ,U4; oalrss, Ml salpyod latwa, MM Ths steer markst opaaad daU aai aaowl ataaoy sod got loo klgaafi sows kwassta aM buUsataadyi calves ttratgt Teaaastasea t to Wo lower, closing itaady ts atmst; a steady. The toUawbf are riuwsaia salaam id inf' HO 14 tl..,..l..,.ltIM 440 l!'.!!!:!;',!iioi 13 S. ltlColT ...l,MS N40 gi raa oatu I.VTS S.S COWS ARD IT LOW KM JistMMttt (40 f.W 170 1 I M a tiias and nroua anus, ,.. are mo in M tn so.. IS ,,,, M 171 It in in m i so nmui oo wa H MS It I MM av m 1.W 1 suoalaMi Hoo ReealeUsliiMlaturdaT. lit!; Mmf4 Saturday, Trs. Tha markttwaa lull and at toady with latarday'a olaaa, Tha lap ml HM and hulk of salsa KMs aiaUstkMll for top and H 75040 tor bulk of sales Satin aay. The following art npressntatlvs aalast v. ...sua h.so M....IH 4 St t ...117 181), 1?::::! io ...19 aw m 4.80 .ise ai it i2 7 ,1 4. ShaeD-RsmtnH Saturday, l.Mi shipped Saturday, IN Tat market I for iM sheep and lambs waa itreaf. Tha followlif are representative saitai sMatl SHIMS I Taut lMtlN 9 0UCaS.....lflO 8.09 I Horam-ItnlptiitnoaSatttrdai.lS: akin Saturday, su There was aotalu dotni horse market, The rings of prices I ase. wan Drone ana sound horses li follows t Extra draft. UNO nounda I nana OooiJ draft, 1,100 pounds.. , isxira amors. Good drivers. ,, Saddle, load to Sltra Southern msres and nldliurs. ....... Western reals, unbroken. , western ponies Ckleaio Lin Mock. Cmcioo, July I.-Ross - RMSetnti, MUt official Saturday, 8,204; shipments ItlurdA receipts for month of Juno, wc. WSi snl roents for month of Juno IH.OU; receipts foi oorraspoadlni month last year, lS.I4li ship ments for the correnpondlui mouth lass yean 140.IB8; avenue weight (or tha month of juoii 133 lbs.; average welsht tor tho ootrsspoualol month last jear.KB lbs.; lettoter, about 1,0001 quality ood; market qutet, shlppars holdlnf on, oue pscKer miytnfi prists unanauieq, Hales ranged at 14. W.0S for lliht; KX4. for rough packing: at.7KW.0S for mixed; KM QMS fur heavy paoklui and sblpUi loWl pig,Haftij, Cattle Receipts. 7,000; official Saturday, 4HI shipments Haturday, t markot quiet and prioes steady, Hheep Receipts, 1,000! mathat quui ua prioes stoudy. , Chicago Urate and Provisions. s urosaj sipi'ta, ; is? a tc:.'::z iA X. lanan, 1 It KM..., Ml Ml , nrou ' i l!:U i H...gltlMO M...M it) t ..m in :::S t (not for fool iboutal July I Opened Ulgh'al Low's! 01osln Wh't-July.,,, ' MH w5 5t5 ts Sept,,,, Nl OOlJ MlB IM Deo 01 m e m Cora-July..,, lli 4IH 41 hi 41 ij sent'".! ""ilk ""iiii ""jiii ""ilfi Oats-July.... m ri 5 ra Aug,,,, m m m m 8opt.. KM t MM Fork-Jury.,., itu it nil it so mr(l Aug Bept.... 13 4IVi W ll4tM ItW Lard-July..,. i 0 70 iOs 170 Aug ', ,., , , Kept..,, tip $71 I mi I A ...4 beut,,.. 9W ABl) 8 4ft w- KftnHM City Onilo. K A as Citt, July fcTh 0Mb whMl our ket wax i good detl firmer to-day thtn moit deuleri expected. Tho noelpts wore M oarl md there wuh not a our In on the Santa F Prices were about the same ai on Saturday. Demand wan fair and holders would not aell at ': a fraction km than the marliet. The fealfujf toward the clone wm a little eauler, but lomo wheat (or whloh 56o wax paid wa carried oft theiioor. There was no hunlueM In wheat to arrive. Heoelpts of wheat to-day, 90 oari; a year afd was a holiday. Quotations for oar lotn by Mm pie on track at Kanwtn City wore nominally ai follows I No, t hard, mwo No. t hard, iftt No, 4 hard, 44&.tki! rejected, 4943ui No. ft red, Wma No. V red, mm No. 4 red. i'Miftc, Corn was In fair demand and rather (Irmly held. The oflerlnxN were not large. Receipt of corn to-duy, M earn; a year ago wan a hollduy. No. 3 mixed Rold at aJHWo, acoordluf to biilinff, Human Oily; No. H mixed, Ittwpioi No. 4, IMci No. 3 white, 89tf40oj No. 8 white, 9Uc; No. it white watt quoted nominally m '' WiflMYu Mismphlfl, No. li mixed, iSo Mem phlM, Outiiarcnot wanted at all and a good many ours were offered at 800 without purchasers at the close. Kouolpu of oato to-day, 8 oars; a year ana wiiN a holiday. No, it mixed oats. 1 oar early SlHc, Scars 80of cl.wlntr olTerod at 80o; No. 8 mixed, uom Inally 2H)Ooi No, 'i white outi, nominally 88o , Na 8 white Mold at ilftt. Hay Uocelpts, Wcara, market dull; Tim othy, choice, IH.0O i.IW; No, l,t,mM; low grade, (A.W.Ki); fanny .prairie, WW 2.7.00, choice, prime, $K.00S.50;low grades, H8.0Oa4.00. Bt LutiU tiniln. HT. LOVM, July S,lteoclptii., wheat, KM bu.i Inst year, cloNod; corn, 73,I,W bu,; oatfli LjrVlittbu.i flour, K.Iilftbbli. .Slilpmnnts, wheat, 4"Mi) bu,; corn. 6fi,001 bu.; oatu, 7,ftB bu.; flour, 4,03-i bbN. WhoaMlaHh, MW, July, Mo; Au gtiNt, fHc; (September, fiec. Corn Cash, 4to; July,41o; Augunt. loi Kcptembor, $Hq, Oata -tJanh, 4moi July.aot August, iJ0 Sep tember, m, KitnnRi City Produce, Kanmah Cut, July . - Km - lteoelDts, fair; market dull and unchanged; strictly fresh, ti'io; original, fto. Mutter Re colpta, fair; market firmer; creamery, flrmj extra fancy Heparator, 16c; fancy, 14oi fair, ISoj dairy, fancy, llrm, Ho; fair, litu: choice oountry, itjeak, l'Jtf13c choice packing, steady, loo. Poultry Receipts large; active; rooiU ern, 17oi hoiis, Bo; good large broilers wanted, firmer, He. Turkeys, receipts light; nol wanted; gobblers weak, 6o per lb.-, hens, 5c per lb. Ducks, dull, 5a per lb. Uoeso, not wanted 4o; poor, unsalable. Pigeons, not wanted, 75o per dot. Ureen Prulu Goonoberrles, scaroe, hl.W'ttM por case. Blackberries, scarce, l.rW(,(W per cane.. KaMpberrles, scarce jt..Kfa.ft0; rod, taoo. Cherries, f&M per ease. Plums, Bft75o per H bu. box; wild goose, IteftHM per M bu. box; WftW per OM4 Texuti peaches, plentiful, 60St76o per bu. box; fancy, t,00i&l.!g5 per H bu. box, Apple, abundant, poor quality; almost worth Ichh and unsalable', 9O40c per bu. Wntefr melons, dull, t) porlOO; perdoi Canta loupos, 7Acl.OO nor cloi. Vegetables Cab buge. plentiful, A5a pur cwt; fftJ0o pordoi, Cmil I flower, small,4u0o; large, Tteperdoi Putatoes, plentiful, rieclinlntr, new, 8540a A New York Town Fire Swept Kkw Yohk, July 8. Fire la Ihmdea, N. Y., this morning destroyed sevoQ atores, one dwoiling, the new Preby tcrittn church and Revo nil barns, lea hoitHPH Had other bulldinfrs. Prof. T. R Fitch, of the ffrnded school, whllo twintf to Hftvu noma articles, was over- soma by the flnmei nn.i burnad so bnd- v that ha la lvinir ftt th nnlnt, nt tJouLh. jKFFiiitsoH CitV, Mo., July 3. Oot, Kttmo yesterday appiKiioted Dr. Paul l'n(uin, of Lebanon, a member of the bonrd of health for atermof four year from July 3, to-l. Dr. Paquln, who la an eminent veterinarian, succeeds him self on the board. Doesn't Like the Clyle Courne. (Jlakuo'sT, July 3. Tho Ulas$roii Herald yostorday compbiiued that tha owner uf tliti Vigilant do not appear to b'i w anxious as supposed to race on the Clyde. Awording to the IleraW UiU Gouiii dUlika tha course, .