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WICHITA, KANSAS. SUNDAY MOEsTNG, DECEMBER 11, 1887.
WHOLE O. 1115
THE WICHITA SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
" . 123 and 125 Main Street.
We Have Something to Say and I e Say It!
Another Long List of Fast Friend. Getters.
Stamping Free This Week!
We have provided for all with a new and
elegant lot of designs tor Stamping, Initials,
Monograms, Fruit, Flowers, Borders, Kate
Greenaways, etc. Everything that an active
mind can imagine is provided for this free
stamping act. We are almost giving you the
Plushes, we will stamp them for nothing,this
week. We are selling handkerchiefs way
under value. We will put a Monogram or an
Initial on them for nothing this week. So all
through the house buy the material -and we
will stamp It free this week. Enough about
this .free stamping; if you have read this at
tentively you understand the idea.
Well give you more bargains : 1 8 new at
tractive wraps, sizes 32 to 24, trimmed all
around with fur and a fur boa, at $8. This
is simply no price at all for the garment.
8 DOLLARS-- 8
50 dozen Gents' Initial Linen Handker
chiefs at 25 cents each. A
12 dozen Spiral Spring Bustles, all the
'adies like the shape of this bustle and have
paid 50 cents each for them, you will wonder
how we got them to sell for 1 5 cents each,
that is the price,
. 12 dozen Spring Bustles, large style, same
style as aoove,
cents, now at
only larger, have sold at 65
CENTS -:- EACH.
IN THE NOTIONS
38 new Japanese Portemonnaies, 9 inches
long, finished in leather and antique silver,
cannot be duplicated less the $1.50 each at
50 -:- CENTS -:- EACH.
T TTTTJUT fl A ATIO Dm iMtWJi n nnnni
L MUUMd OIAMfM Ell
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.
Always something new. Something to please you. We have pro
vided a very fine line of linen goods for the Holidays.
Fine Table Linens. Napkins, Towels, Table Setts to Match, Lunch
Cloths, Tray Cloths, Splashers. Scarfs all lengths, and Fancy Linen
Goods of all kinds will he displayed and all goods bought this week
will be stamped free of charge in any design required.
Thorough instruction in all the Literary and Scientific Branches
of. a Liberal Education.
Preparation for Business, College, or University Career.
Number of Pupils limited to Thirty.
Will occupy Rooms near the Corner of Oak and Market streets
after January 1st.
For References, Terms or Personal Interview, Address either Principal.
EDGAR B. HAYMOND, Graduate University of Va., ) BllM, .
ARTHUR LEFEVRE, Graduate University of Va., c. Prlncipals
BEAKS DANCING ACADEMY,
MORRIS' HALL 213 NORTH MAIN STREET.
HOURS FOR CLASSES:
Ladies (evening)Motiday andThursday,
Ladles (afternoon) Tuetday and Friday,
Gentlemen (afternoon) Tuesday and Friday
Gentlemen (evening) Tuesday and Friday
Children, Wednesday 4 to 6 P M and Saturday
For terms, private lessons or further particulars call upon or
address room 5, Morris Block.
2 to 4 PM.
4 to 6 P M
7 to 9 P M
2 to 4EM
CHAS. F. BEAL,
BY PAGE 244 KANSAS INS. REPORT, 1887, WE FIND:
The HOME Life Ins Co. of N. Y. has $1375 assets to each $1000 Liability.
The Equitable Ins. Co. of N. Y, has -
The N.Y. Life Ins. Co. has - -The
Mutual Life of N. Y.-has - -The
Massachusetts Mutual has -The
Northwestern Milwaukee has
1 336 assets to each
1 248 assets to each
1 1 39 assets to each
1 089 assets to each
1 293 assets to each
Proves the HOME is the Most Solvent.
Proves the Home can pay Policy holders the best Dividends.
- ' JOSEPH L. TOPHAM, -
' Manager Home Life for Kansas.
The HOME is the only Company that has NO restrictions on residence
or travel. 9-1 m
CLOSING OUT SALE
A Choiee Line of Millinery.
Consisting of all Goods Carried in a First-Olass City
Trimmings, Tarns, Fancy Tfork, Art Goods, .
Piusnes, Saxonies, Felts, Brass Plaques, "Velvets,
Germantown, Plushes, Brasses, Silks, Zephyrs,
Satteens, Academy Board, Ribbons, Cheniels,
Mending Cotton, Canvass, Plumes, Tips, Jets,
Hats Trimmed and TJntrimmed, Arasines,
Stamping Patterns, Embroidery Silk Flosses,
Ornamental "Work, Veilings, Hat Ornaments,
Etching Silks, Jersey Caps, Toboggan Caps,
KniL Goods, .Hair Goods, Wall Cases, Show Cases
These goods are to be sold without reserve, sale to begin Decem
ber 1st, 1887, and continue untiLclosed out.
AT .". JOCELYN'S .'. EXCHANGE,
126 N MAIN ST., WICHITA, KANSAS.
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Tjrn Mitchell Biildis'(r OccrriFD r.v .Toirx?ox-LAr.iMEi:r "Wholesale Di:r Goon.
THE TESTIMONY ALLlM
The Case Closed Without
Jackson's Direct Charge
to the 'Jury.
Harper's Testimony Hay Con
JtOIJBEKS SECURE FORTY
Three Men do the Work The
Car Not Bothered Passen
The St. Louis. Arkansas ifc Texas
the ijuflerers The Kobbers
Hcury S. Ives Makes a Mysteiious
Chicago Segro Hanged in
SOUND THE ALARM! ',
LOCKE & FINDEISS
Wichita Shoe Parlor,
Little Rock. Ark.. Dec. 10. Informa
tion ib just received here that a train bound
north, over the St. Louib, Arkansas & Tex
as raihuad. was stopped by train lubbers
taw miles this Mdtf Texarkna, Ark., last
night and the express and mail cars and
the passeugeis all relieved of audi. The
amount is not jet known. Governor
Iluyhes has just received the folloxvint:
from General Superintendent Homau, of
the St. Jouis, Arkansas Jc Texas railroad:
Tk. vkkaxa, Ark., Dec. 10.
To Hon. S. I. Hujlit's. .nornnr
Our north bound pas.-ener train was
robbeu about ten miles north of here Inst
evening, about 7 o'clock, by three masked
men. Kxpies train robbed: passengers
aud mail not molested. Have started an
armed nosse from here north and from
Leadville outh. pos,e has aKo gone up
the Iron lountaiu roal to Mandeville.
The hcriir will watch the roads leadintr
to this place.
Signed." W. P. HOMAX.
Governor Hughes ha offered two hun
dred dollars for the arrest and eoiniction
of the robbers The railway company also
offer several thousand dollars reward. The
amount taken is -said to reach -W.UOO
A Pine Blufl special ays-the robber'
cccurn-d about i o clock last mgnt. twelve
A LATTER RESUME.
Cixciyx.vrr, Dec., 10 The sudden close
of the Harper trial without argument wa
no surprise to any one who had waU lied
the progtess of the testimony and had
know ledge of the law. No counsel could
liave gone before that jury to defend a man
who had testified to acts which must be
declared by tho court to be criminal, and
and the government counsel had no need
to argue wheie the defendant himself had
proven the government's case. It was,
therefore, left to his little child to mnke
' by its innocent presence the only plea that
could be-made for the great banker, and
that could only be a plea
for mercy from the. Judge. Jiut- it-
seemed to hae been ineffectual
while the judge was declaring the law to
the jury. .Indge Jackson doubtless felt
that in thai duty there was no place for
meicy. Certainly he spoke with rigid
clearness and unflinching servity. His re
view of the testimony showed it remarkable
clear understanding of the whole matter
and his summing up of Harper's misdeeds
was a stunning blow to any hope of mercy
that may lime crept into the defendants
mind. The magnitude of the amounts in
volved the frequency in "which wrongful
acts were committed all were shown in
their st longest light by the judge as he
detailed fiom memory the testimony His
legal mind saw so clearly what the erdiet
ought to !, that he used tho ijio-t
unmistakable language lie said,
"the court instincts ou that upon
the defendant's own testimony, HarjK-r
has committed a crime as described in tho
statute under which he is indicted." The
charge was writinir except, that portion in
which he review cd the testimony. It was
delivered with rcat earnestness. The
jury was moved Irom its position on the
side of the room to the space directly in
front of the court, thus removing Mrs
Harper and her babe from their wew and
allowing the court to speak to them with
no hindrance, whatever Harper and Blark
bnrn sat in the corner of the room on the
right. Xear them were several officers
ready for any emergencj. When
the charge was ended Harper was
for a time almost alone. Then .Mrs Har
per brought her babe and sat liesidc him
ihss Matthews' and Mr Matthews
CORNER MAIIST AND FIRST STREET.
Are ROlng to make all their customers a Christmas present by
KGlllner'triflm Bnnta. Shnps. Slinnars and "R.nhhara ar. o-rnor. 7orti-.Qi
I prices until January 1st. If you wish to save money call and see
' gooas and get prices and you will be convinced. Gents fine Cnrisc-
mas suppers just received in an styles,
only lasts until January first.
-inili'v nnrtliinf Texarkrifin on a train bound
north K P Johnson t lirt nostil f lerk on -' -'Utiicws ana Mr .Mattnews came
iutvthetnne f""b K"P - 'it and
uutj at ttie time, sarnie tram was sun-, f .... .,hrct sw,,, Atr
wts removed irom ine court room "' i
;u. airreed to ndiourn the court i credit
duty at the time, sajv,thc tram was SI'- '"J, l..
denlv stopped when moving out of Geneva f fV," " .ii
Station He .saw three rough looking men ' ,,,!' t !
board the engine and he knew something ..."r,.,,,,'
Civcin'xati, Dec. 10. Th
dramatic scenes in the Harper
trial this morning kept iho
crowded court room in a husll
of silence. The court has
opened in the usual way.
Harper appeared, accompa
nied by his wife and her sister.
aid his little loy. a line look
ing fellow of nine years.
The t et imouy fort he defence
was irt;tally nothing. Mr.
Marshant told what was the
state of accounts of the Swifo
iron and steel works in 1SS7.
It amounted to 31,000 and
?V "sOO overdrawn,
McPhelan wsts called to show
that the prujierty of those,
works was worth over 500,000.
J V Larkiu was called to
show that Wilshin was buying
wheat for others than Harper,
but all ho could say was, his
bank had hnndled' some of .
TimlicrlnkeVi paper endorsed
bj "Wilshire, which tho cotirC
ruled out as insufficient.
Timberlakc himself was call
ed and sad Wilshire had never
bought for him nor he for
WiNhire Wilshire had sim
ply endorsed .some of his pa
per Mr "Blackburn slid his pur
pose was to show that Wll
slure's testimony thnt he had
bought for Hnrixsr only whs
not true Tho court reminded
the counsel that WiUhiru had
testified that he li id bought
1,000,000 bushels on !iis mviuc
count It they could show hts
had bought more than this. It
might 1k done. Witness was
Edsair Stark, Iwnk cashier,
was called to tell of Timber
lake's transaction but was
Mr. Black said "With tho ruling of the
court we have no further testimony '
It was now 10.W, and Mr Harper and
counsel withdrew for consultation Tho
deputy marshal followed. In ten minute
Mrs Harper was called out The consul
tation was for Mibmittitm the case w ith
out argument. At 10.45 tho parties all re
turned and Mrs Harper, who was carry
ing her babe, sat down beside.
Harper aud removed the chijd'n
white hood and disputed a lovely head
and face, fair hair, bright ejej, tine com
plexion and full round cheetw There wan
a whispered consultation at the tabic for a
minute or two AUovo the low hum of the
crowd could be beard the flute like tenor
of the loys voice as it reached to the
table after the pajK-Tj. It was the only
plea that was offered for its father, for
when Mr. Hlackburn arose, hn wild that
.undor the nilitnr of tin (putt as ty tho
evfdphce offered nicy had no more wit
nesses to oiler The go eminent called
Messrs. Hindi and Hanier but n iho
(litest ion asked them had been asked l)C
fore, they wore ruled out. Mr Barnetfc
then siid the government could rest.
.Judge Jackson. "Will you argue the
Judge Nelson, for tho defense. aid they
would submit without argument if thu
Mr Bennett- 'We will.'-
Judge Jackson then prepared to deliver
his charge to the jury.
Judge Jackson's charge occupied an hour
and fifty minutes in delivering. He be
gan by referring to the form of the indict
meut, aud then xavc the usual definitions
of the points of the law necessary to lc
considered by the jury in the indictment.
He called their attention to tho difference
lietwecn criminal offense by officers of
hanking associations and others, by which
losses mightaccrueaud still not be crimin
al,aud remarked that in every court Harper
was charged with criminal act. Ho de
fined the term abstract a used in tho
Htatue as meaninjf to take without knowl
ledue of the affairs of the association and
use for the iM'iiefit of other and with in
tention to defraud. After defining what
was meant by proof Ijeyond reasonable
doubt, he sai'l the responsibility of tho
bank officers was not for lows on honest,
legal loans in good faith for the U-nefit of
association but for illegal act for th
benefit of others than thu bank. He then
passed, to review of the facts proven, nnying
the court tould af-sume tho-e things provru
which had lxen presented in evidence by
He then enumerated one after another of
the various acts regarded as proven by
Harper's own ndmisstou, such as tho
to the Riverside iron and t-l
until Monday, when the jury's verdict will
be received if they are then ready Judtre
throughout the trial for hts fainie4.
thorough grasping ot tle whole
LOCKE & FINDEISS
Wiehita Shoe Parlor,
CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREET.
was wrong so lie blew out tne Hunts in ms
"""r ..." ."" -' 'r.i .i. . V-:i.it,.; Jackson has len universally commended
The tliree robbers were armed with
" i richest er rifie and
each. They on
fired several shots throucl
Remember tbe reduction j Thev then used a pick a.e and Johnson
lireu uih; snuii LuruuKii i"e iuuim jiiiu
was answered bv a volley. Finding re-
fie-nwl i 1-onnle of nistols thorough grasping ot the whole case.
nC-dthe doors ci i nu.l ! read ruling and for the lucid charge to
,mfts UugdirU,e,nclow J jurj No exceptions hayu Ieen takrn
55 1-2 .'. CENTS .'. A .'. YARD.
Combined and consolidated with tnis week's specials we have
enormous bargains in Plushes, Wraps, Silks, Handkerchiefs, Under,
wear and Domestics.
'Not everyone that dances is glad," but we will make you
glad when you come to
COAL MINE HORROR.
Wilkesbaiiue, Pa.. Dec, 10. The report
i has just reached here of a frightful acci-
dent at Luzerneborough. four miles from
To the special sales in tho Dress Goods stock will be the deepest cut I here, a carriage at Wnddeirs shaft, used
we ever made five pieces new fancy Dress Goods reduced from ! for hoisting coal, was about to be lowered
$1.50 Cents a yard to into the pit 800 feet deep. Upon it were
ten miners. nen witnm iw teet oi tne
bottom the carriage became stationary and
the rope slackened. Before the engineer
could take up the slack the carriage sud
denly descended with ereat force, throw
ing four of the men off. who fell to the
bottom of the pit. Joseph and Hugh
Monatdian were horribly mangled and in
stantly killed: Wm. Boyd and".rohn Blight
were picked up fatally injured. The legs
and arms of each were broken in several
places and they were lwdl crashed. :?ix
outers were seriousjy injnreci ami oaaiy
shaken up. but their iujurit-s are not con
123 and -1 25 Main Street,
3 P - 7 r yJ S S
Ify ?yj occ
sisUtnce useless-and the lies of the engin-
1 eer and h reman at stake the express
, messenger opened his doors, when a unlit
was struct and a search uy tne roooer
liegau. Johnson does not know accurately,
but thinks the robbers must have got $10.-
000. A good deal of Ixnnsiana Iottery
money went up in small denominations.
The leader of the roblwrs was much agi
tated and the mail clerk told h.ini he was
MUim sfi-wl fVr?r. J,A r.Tnlnsn fns
,Tohncon s.tys he would know one of the
I men anywhere The leader weitrhs 200
J pounds 'and is a thick heavy set man, very
rouKh, U12 nanus anu leet, anu mue eyes.
for the rea-on that there is no appeal from
this court out realjy there has been no
disposition to question the rulings made
Judge Stjje. who at with Judge Jackvm,
has concurred in all the rulings made, so
that no opportunity exists for a rehearing
The district attorney, Mr Burnett, ban
made an exhaustive examination of the
statutes, and of the precedent, and has
rejtched the conclusion, which, it is under
stood is shared by the court, that then is
no authority for h. sentence on each of the
thirtv-thn e count, if he should U found
guilty at all. The sentence therefore can
not be for a longer term than ten years
and this may be shortened by koocI con
duct to seven years, fhe months nod vtn
"Washington-. Dec. 10. Surgeon General
COLrvurs, Ohio, Dec. 10. The special j The conductor opened the door and was
grand jury called to investigate the elec- I nrcd aL Ther vas a nic am'n' l
..... . . . . nasscn"er. who eemed raral-zed with
tion rail- s.ieet lorgenes ot 1 made a fean After robbing the expre-A atr they I Hamilton u surprisl over the publinh-
iciuil uusauriuuun, icn.iiuiif; vjiiiiu m- emeriti me iiutil ctr .luiiii-KHi cAinriu-
dictments. The court ordered that the lated that that was Uncle Sum's domin
names not be -given out until the accused ion aud that they already had a good deal
parties had been arrested and officers were ' of booty and if they disturbed the mails it
immediately dispatched to perform that would ko hard with them. One replied,
duty. The arrests made are: Robert j "that U so." and that thty would not
Montffomery and Dr. C. K. Montgomerj'. touch the mails. Great excitement pre
of ColumbuV. and Alcernon Granville, of vails in the region of the robbery, and
Chicago. The latter was a witness before 1 mounted men are scouring the woods
the grand jury and gave bond in 1.0(0 for j everywliere. Officials at Leisville as soon
appearance Monday. Humor plaees one of a notified went ottt with a posse.
the other indicted parties inColumbusand
wucv ic Lmrimmu
frvonj:. I-a.. Dec. 10. The bodv
Andrew EdwanLs colored, who lived in
the western part of this parish, was- found
yesterday in the woods hanging by his
neck froin the limb of a tree. Kdwards
had been missing for several days Noth
ing is known its to the perpetrators of the
REAGAN KNOCKED OUT.
HtsTEKs I?oiyr, I. L, Dec 10. It is re
norted that Demnsev and B.uzaii foncht
Ion Long Island earlv this mjrnhu5-.-saiid
that Deicpty knocked J.Us-ds tmi-io.
Cmr virO. Dec !0 The executive com
mittee of Chicago Typographical union
bos issued a circular to the her unions of
the rnittsi i-tates'. Jt chanrrs that the
A DRAW FIGHT.
Dl Li Til, Minn., Dec lo. Oeo. ?iddon.,
of Chicago, and John Conner, of Xew
York, fought a fifteen-round draw fitrht Chicago Tyjothet.f Is being supported In
here last night. Pat Killetn was referee.
The liirht was an interestinir one. Conner
did mox of the nehting.and.sot In a good
many hard blows, but Sddons made such
coixl u.-e of his old tactics of sprinting ' them in their nositioc.
iudi v.-uuiirrs vroum get ui uuii; ruccuvc
STAVE FACTORY BURNED.
PiOLADFXPHiA. Dec. ia Wm- G Pen
uipiickfrs extensive barrel factory at
Twenty-third street and Wasbingtvn ae-! Vhs refemd to a XDcvta! comrnlMte.
nue. was-ttallv destroyed bj fire beUvts-a ' cbaiflpionh:p games will begin April
the einokmns nrint-rs of the anintrv in
its effort to destroy the tyjoTaphial un
ion. It says the striking printers an. (j
termiued not to sign tho iron-clad con
tract and :t. for financial aid to support
Cincinnati. Dec 10. The 'American
base ball assocaacion finished its session to
day and ad jourded to inet tiext year in
SL Lonih. The matter of an chth clab
4 and 5 o'c.ock this morntn?. tosether t and end Oct. JPth. Manaaer Wilifams
ivith raluabie macbinery. a large stock of wasaptwinledio ccufcr with, the trafSc
Jnmber and rsraves were destroTed. Tiiel Jsi-xriaiiojixCLSe&bciitr rates caa.aot be
Jrt-willTTCiably fcScegd.gU'OJL . iQbtacsi.
ment that the marine hospital bureau has
officially declared the non-existence of
cholera in Italy and corisequently quancn
tine acain-rt vesel coming from that
country may be removed. Hesaythat
the bureau has never made such a state
menu On the contrary the weekly
abstracts of sanitary reports pablishd by
the bnrean clearly show the necessity of
precautions in the case of es-hi trom
The tisb'-ri- nnatlators altera few hours
wion today adjournl until Wednd5,
Jan 4 1-.
Fir ( "barles; Tapper rill lave Washfns?
ton tomorrow en rout- for Winning,
where be will in! JuJy Tupxer. and th
two will proceed thjnce to Ottawa,
Mr Joseph Chamberlain will leave
Washington on Monday, Dumber K. for
Ottawa, where be will viit Lord Lan
dowae during the holiday rece
On Monday next the Kent letaen cmzuvu
ed with thf fisberifa negotjalicm": will riit
3Ionnt Vernon on one of Ibe gorerciuent
Tfesftelf at the guest of Mr. Bayard.
Acunz ixmmisoner Mock.i.icfr na
works upon no consideration, and declarrd
that defendant rommlttpd a wrong when
he took the check of the Ktverslde work
in tls.it wnv So of Uie $w.(JJ0 certificates
of dejKit In the First National Iwuk of
Vew York represented by hia own check
This was a criininal act, admitted by de
fendant (ioing on m onlcr of tho line the court
cited act after art. all admitted by Harper,
which. undr the ruling of the court con
stituted criminal act. Among other wax
tlTt.Wfi to Hoyt for Hopkins in which Har
per "caid he whs to 1 a nhnrer with Hop
kins, Hy sending collateral to the Chetn
icalbank, June lf. defendant committed an
unlawful criminal act. Harjr's herols
rfforts to vive the Imnk doex not excuse
him any more tlntn a man would b ex
etisi for jwuuimg a ship by afterwanis
making eilort to nave it Jtftf er
ring to Harper defc thai.
he was trj-i.ig to ae the bonk he vere
1t armi jf (iei ht met hoi s-tyuij; that it vm
not rttiwMt.ible for a man to link IJ,4fO.0W) .
in trying to save W.WO. Summing up he
s.iid ibecoiirt intnictitd the jury that Is.
must find on bis own testimony that th?
S defeaddnt bful nommitto! a rrtitie.
Tliijnry wx Snstmcted how to make
the form of their verdict and they wtm
btken to their room to tjitgtn thotr eonaul-tation.
OUT ON BAIL.
Ft. SiiiTM. Ark-. Doc -In the L"altJ
States court today K. C. lJnHct, Jr ,
cbargd with the rnanler of Editor Stone,
was almitted to bail In the mm of tJLVXrJ.
In paving on tfc- qnestion of baJJ. Jndxe
Parker ssive a rca-sonn the erowul con
dition fl the Jail anl the liability of de
fendant having to wait tor lril ifITtb b
ginning of lb next fisil year on account
npprotination for the court- Am&z th
lectins r Cha. Mcf 1enoa, an Jrllan
territory cattle kin;f. and Kran'c IJLi!rr ot
WASHrTuv Drc 10. The iKHtmaxter
general today issued an order changing
the name of th xstoflki- at Kanxax City,
KannaA, from Wyandotte to Jvimcu City,
to correponl with the nao of the town.
The order will po into tfUct em February
approred for patent the p wtek JiXi a uburb faf KanwtClty, wJJJ be dioa
bomesusvl and other land entries in Aht- tinned from the Mine date ad lb? frr
wnia. c ".aliforma. DAkoc, Idaho, Kaasa., deltvrry wmc will b estrndd otrt lhp
ebrja"kaand 3Ioutanu .eeavdnUlwl territory to Ue (errel from
Judge nnHl of tb police cosrt today j Kan. (Ify TTie offke m AnnounlmJe,
fin-d George "W Harvey, a retaarant-pr, Kan. t- j Miburbof KHiiafltj. ill
I taasilio-irlsi:. iA'it twi i-ai2caLi-nki.
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