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VOL,. :2. IVS VEGAS, iST. M., TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1881. jSTO. 293. VEGAS C. R. BROWNING EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M., REAL BUTE & INSURANCE AGENT kkpkksents The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imsurance Com panies in tho World. NAMH. ASSETS. MITl'AI, LIFE. Now York $!)1.7:B,7s Itf I.I VKIM'i OI. AND LONDON AM) CLORE, London, :;i ,i;c.:.. (Hi LONDON ASSUi AM'K. London :.,SS, 1 1 1 ! INM'IIAM K "M I'AN V OK .SOUTH AMKIMCA 7,:ti'-J'ÍT Oil HOME. New York .-. t,.-o,..i)-, 1 1 OUEhN. f,i v.Ti'O. ,1 4,lai,-j.".7 0(1 IMvVNSYl.V MA KIRK INSUU ANTE COMPA XX . . . . S,I81 o:) (10 SIMÍINCHEI.I), Massaehiist tls 'J, (:!,. ri-C) I!) 1 1 A MM' Uo-M A C 1 ) Kit (.' KG , Oerinanv s-7,sí;: 00 'A' Ü r. 'i M 2 G " CO 7 IXTSTJ IS. Just received, a new line of lircss Bunting Uros. in all shades,' at Jaita sí.- Carpets, Wall Paper, Oil latest styles, at Jada Hros. Just received, a handsome line of Hamburg Kdgeings, at Jaffa Bros. Ladies' Newport Ties, at Jaffa Uros. Clothing, Hats, taps, Hoots anil Shoes, at Jaffa Hros. Youths' Clothing at Jaffa Bros. We Xtfi .11.. jIM'ii -".iihiiim- lÜi'i'iiiÜH it i "üüiiv'i in,: iüüüií'' M 1.1 i in. ni bfií us WW !li;n;iiiiiii!!liiilii!::ii:;i!ii!:l Mí a o l 3 C t "'"ii ;in hi : l.-x'l l l liii I'll Mil '' P 0 kj' .'.iría in I il ' : It I UIi..' i, 1 PI S3 'ül I ir ti'niiiriiuii I.imlmrccr ( Iasc At ,1. (ri:tl Ac C-o'h. C-'2 Fine line of Straw Hats at the New ork Clothing Store. 5-25tf "Mhítío Jpim. when: do you buy veur crcum hrfinl'i"' "At. (he IMnzii (íroccry and Bakery, ot course." Nearly every lady lia promised liberally towards the Aeadeinv Fair. Tbe eommitlee now rfqueHts that, all articles us ft as iinislied be seut to Mrs. Iloyev, on Hie Jvist 8()0 01l(( Mrs. Leon cm the West (Side. In that way tho committee will avoid con f union and know just how the work is progressing. G-12U Make your home pleaant by buy. iug gome of those bcuutifn! ilowem iu full bloom at Herbert & Co'u, 6-$-6t lifPIMK Í 8 i f , I i i i mdk'B f mm I M ' ? ft!!' íffi' ,,!!!! 'l ,Ss n Wj0 i K 1 rl' li.-. i' 1 i 1 u. .5 j fii-1 ill ii! li'üi !ii i1 inHüü'iüiraira i: r a CI 52? m K hi I li'imiiiriW 1 1 1 IB A ill- J I & i á ; i t in' i tii.i vinui r iH.ra BÉii mil 'Fa vW llil s li 2. O j o r ' o o PHOT ECTIOU. WantedrJcr Sa!e-For Rent-Lost. . , . j T AK'l'Hi) A N. Lcanlnge paicler nanus. ' ? f (li.ttcj v. .nod aires . V!U' i:oi ton i;j:o. SIT A N T V. I T' o ponies broketi l.'.ork . 'f Inquire at lliis ollit-r Moud y.-lt , v 1ITAN TKD A' ok :tntl iludas rontiUdrl at VV tin; liotAprin; Hotel -U-li 11 1 If ANJ KD Tmo first-clans buimlrviYier ; initi-t I S'xiU ironrra . A)iny at Willi) llniitcr'd I umdiy, hii-t La Vegaa,-!!-! -4 WA Vl'lilf .At Socirr -, I'our good earpcti ter.sijri) lilas'pK ai il to masons'. Apply 4T LLAY'ITi A WAI.SON, 1011 fr SocftSM), . 31. WAXTKf). IwO'ir three. Dumber one pi un -ins V'iH bancli mi nd. Ni)ift4l)iil lirst (;lasn need ajiplv At Wootton's jl4"'n tui 1 1 . Also a good machine main. - " 4--J2-U' 17V K SALK. A combination luck salo, Mar ' van, Salt; an scald Conpaiiy" "patíirn , WfltRh3 1 , 0: jO jicmnds, good lis new. ' Appl v to iiiltoniero & Rro. j. (i-fcti Í 710 It SALE. Seven yoke if. cattle a J wajronsi Apply to GKOllGK U and I w o OSS. u-;;--:v -r At Lorkhitn & Co'.s .loll SALK-Countv warants by V. O. Kilil- riH'i-ji. .. . r--j-,-r I.ioit SALK Saddlcrv 'ni! a iroml stork ot I. liiiviiPBs; pond bus1nf-n. Sel I injr on acccnml oí ni iicaiin. to ut nil I at a imvuin. Ci . (J. llu(;LK, Socorro, X . M. 5-18-im. IiMiSaLK. ioscih F. Oirriird desirrs to sell his restaurant in new town, AHuuiiier ijik1. Js doing a good business. 5-1 d- J m . ÍTOlí SALK l'i.'D improved sheep delivered " at the Wasin Mound or Vennejo. Fur lurllier iiartieuiai- iniiiireof DOMINGO N. 15 AC A , ANTONIO D. ISACA, "i-'.l-tr Lpier Las Vegas. IjV )lt A LK Fine s.oek ranch,, good range, j (ilenty of ruiniing water, has'a good house luid i'orral. Will be sold lor cimli, or cattle taken in exchange- Apply to (j. It. Jlrowning, Last Las Vegas. ' .'-1,'ltl'. I7V,)I! SALK r.aca Hall, the largest and bet j audiencu hall in the Territory, provided w uli good nage scenery, drop curtains, etc. ( tittle or sheep taken in exchange, or tin.epiv eii on jiawuems, Address A. J. liaca and (.luis. Jli'eld. Las Vegas. a-l-tf. "ITIL'KNI 1IKI) liOOMS TO l.'KNT. Apply to i ' .ill s, .luilg'i Jlubbell, ojijiosite cíA.i-vrxt: olllC.e. -.so-1 1 ÍT'(H'M). 1 wo estray inulci at tho tic camp . of L. Homero, one branded 11 on left jaw and on the neck. The other has no brands. IJoth are dark bay in color and about l(i hands high. Owner can have ame by proving property and paving advertising and keep ing ' " i;-s-iw THE IIEXTIST, Of. F. II. Dec raw i:HtnlHbMl 11 in office. In Room No. '2, Kxcliaiio-e :üdi) North 8ide of the Plaza. Entrance throtio'h I he Placita. S-liMi' M r. John Keidliiiffer is dishinof u) the hinchar the new saloon in rear of Hilly' old Maud. Mot tci and cofl?e awd all kindri of eatables. íj-12-lt Ice cold Milwaukee beer on draught, 10 cents, at "Htlly's." 5-'2f)tf Is the new shIoou in the ronr of Ililly's old f-tatid whefh you wil1 ll:id some ,:enuine (enrían lacr beer, which they arc sellinji at cost, five ('(UN )P!' irla's, pretzels, holoturia sati;iof Mud oilier ji'ood eatables ai wavs on hand. C-1'2 -it A lai'iie invo.ee ot wli'te bice and veils just received ut O K. Weschi.-V. (i-'2if (iiiiden lined punch at MeComieil & Whs' Arcade saloon. G-IU--1I Keep the dust 011! of your rooms by iisio Lock hart & Co'u IÍ libber U'e.nhcr Strips. .1-1 1 1 f Fruit dressed lemonade at r'-7tf Uii.ly's. Fine FiTueh worsled fordreds suits at Frank Le Due's tuilor shop. G-12-:5 r read for the millions at the New York IJakerv. G-10-4t "Bread or Iit." (iraham breads, P.oston brown bread, rye bread, cream breud, French bread and white bread, t the Centre Street Hakorv. C-10-41 "Maggie Jean, where do you buy your cream bread?" "At tho Plaza Grocery and Bakery of course." Xotlee of llemovnl. The San Miguel National IJank has removed from the plaz'.i to the htone building on the east side opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel where they will bo glad to see all their friend's and patrons. fi-.)-4w El BÍ TELEGRAPH Cyclones Visit Portions (jf Kansas and Minnesota, Leaving Death and Destruction in Their Wake. Fox Hall, Keene's Colt, Wins on the French Tinf. Knthusiasni Among Ainerica'iJS in ' Consequence. Congi'essionai Contest, of Canijihell Versus Cannon! Ile.i dable News Notes From the Celestial Fmnire. Words and Deeds From Traus-ÁÍ-laniic Sources. A Chronicle General of the J)oings of thii' Day. Fox Kali Eioa is TrUtuiii on S'roiicl. Turf. New York, June 15. A World". Paris special saya: J. li. i-lecneV witmiiio' of ihe (jrand Paix to-(ia added 10 Pierre Lorilhird's winnino of the Dei by ten dajs ngo has con tributed to niakfi America!:-; here, to, use a horse phrase, '-feel their oau" to a surprising degree aüd tin y are iti a hig-l) state of enthusiasm at all r sorts where it is their vont to conjrrey.'ite, and eseeially are they exuberant o good feeling at (he (jrand Ilo'c" which is crowiicd with "Yankees.'" Niimeriius cafes on the Champs Kly sees takino; advantage of the excite ment are hamlsornelv decorate. i vritl. Amerii-an coh rs and enthiiii.istic Frenehme!: are. declaring their satis faction at the result and are shrieking for Fox Hall as freely as Anierieatu themselves. Nor are they much 0 blame for the finiVa betwer-n Fox liaii aud Trist am was ihc gratiibst s?en for years as Fordiiam, au American, and Archer, an Englishman, rodeas il for their lives and the American jus: won by a head. The day as a whole was a very pleasant, one. The rail way companies which give half the added money were put to the severest test to transport the crowd, and eveu the boats on die Scin were danger ously overloaded. The gramiesi spectacle was the road, the show ot equipages being superior to any ex hibition seen n'mcz the last year ot the empire. The custom inaugurated some years ago of giving raeo break fasts was also largely followed and the diU'erent, chateaux, in and around Paix do Boulogne were engaged by parties which as usual on such occa sions paid big pi ices for poor f.we and worse service. The scene at the course however will long be remem bered by those who were prceni, certainly by those Americans who had never been present at a similar race before. The scene that followed the race was, one ot the wildest ever seen a Long Champs, and in an instant doz ens of American fl igs were produced, several of the tour-iii-h.md being lit erally covered, and 011 the. track 1 he crowd was !-o dens?' that ii wa. im possible for Fordham and Archer to gel back to Hit! scale and i I. wa oniy finally accomplished by the aid of a large police tone. Fordisrm. who i, well known 10 Parisians, wa stormed with congratulations. So masterly was Archer s riding ol Tristam ihat it' Fox Hall had not b vn so wondirfii ! a cult ho muí! havt been beaten, he having made t he over running from ihesiart. Itfimftdhteh after i lie race t he crowd graduaih diss il ved a ml I he preces-ion hack I theciiy was much enj.tyed bv b.ti. the lookers on and lh" participants It is understood ihat Fox llaii wil be sent back to England eatly to morrow and go direct to Ascot, wberr it is expected he will meet Iroip.ioi for the llatts ni'Mii o-iai tft-ev the vnw mile track a1 even w.-e.rhi-'.Uo pound each. Yrhile, hould "IL bert lie Devil" start in the same race, he wil have to c.ii tv 13'2 pounds. Tris iim. who will also beei:l to Ascot, wiil be the rccipicn o ' en pouads each from Fo.x Hall and Ir i-u 5'rati-iriUc. Golden, Col., June 13. Two broth ers, named Kube aud Sidney Pa! rick, living about twelre mile we.it oi here, got inio a quarrel yesterday morningover the owner-hip ot a dog, when Sid shot his brother with a Henry ritle, killing him instantly The murderer was arrested by Sheriff Johnson this morning. Th boys had not been on good terms tor some time on account of dissatisfaction at tho division of their lather's prop erty. The I. V 1:. on tu (niiiiisoii. Los Pinos Agency via Lake City, June 12. The Denver anilL'io Graede Hail way company hnve just closed a contract for grading their road from Lake City toward Gunnison City. This contract covers twcn'.y-fivo miles of grading. Mild Wrathful Wind. A KANSAS CYCLONH. WinaVid, Kansas, June 13. A cy clone visited Sumner and Sedgwick counties Stindiy night, causing the destruction of a vast amount of prop er y, kilting a few and wounding 111 my persons. It was first t.cen near Xiniicscto, on the Arkansas river, threo miles fum Murine J unci ion, and traveled rapidly in a northeaster ly direction, striking in a corn field near Mulvane. It passed a mile north of 'ulvane and picking "l a two story frame house, turned it over twice and smashed it to smithereens. Abtdy-ind her child were seriously injured internally as well us bruised, and the chances are the lady will die The rchichiiee of a man named Ean VM- demolished Tin wa (tone b ne branch of the cye'oue. A watrr siín' and ano' her br.m -h cl d much linage at Ib'lio Plaine. The two iinili 1 near Mil' vane, mid it was their o unbitiod force that did the work. During the destruction large hail -tones fell in immense quantities and 1 imi wind pn vu'eo, making 11 cum "iill to br athc, and lurning leaves a id com as black isdirt. Atterleav- ag Mulvane the evclone wher-h-d IT !n a southerly dir"(Uion and struck i'ioral, a malí town four miles from eely. One person was killed and two were more or less dangerously "minded. The crops are much in jured. A MINXKSOTA HX'URICJANE. Wells, June 13. A hurricane struck in this section yesterdiy. An old cuplé named Chail'e were killed, sev rid houses were wrecked and several persons severely hurt. Albany News. HRinERY INVESTIGATION. Albany, June 13. In tho bribery investigation Bradley took tho stand. lie had voted at first for hite and Cornell and later for Conkling and i'latt and had talked with Sessions hut had given him no reason for the change. Numbers of hii constituents were irieudly to Piatt, and Coukliug. Cross examined He said he ivas no oil dealer of Olear; had gotten out lumber for the navy yards previously, lie proceeded to give a history of his iiUMiirss career of which the chief points were that he boarded at an in ebriate asylum at Binghainpton for eight months, bad been engaged in several law suits about business and that the Peg Leg ILailroad company had produced a paper signed by him living the right of way to the compa ny which he had told his partner he had not signed. The witness said he was frequently at the rooms of Piatt md Crowley (luring the canvass last January for Senator until he made up his mind whom he would support, ile had talked frequently with Ses sion who urged him to vote for De icw or Rogers. Witness .'ave him a very strong auswer and Sessions knew ho would not vote for Depew under any circumstances or for any .me but a Stalwart. Sessions inadu no offer of money iu January aud in 'his canvas knew that witness would tipporl Conkling and Piatt. Subse quently witness gave him to under "nnd that he was still a Stalwart and did not voto for Conkling or Piatt on the first ballot because some of his constituents were opposed to them. Peckham questioned him as to who were at. the Stalwart, conference at the Deievau House, saying that his ob ject was to show conspiracy. The Stalwart counsel eoice.tcd and the question was tempoia.i'y post poned. Sessions argnetl that witnesses con stituency would be satisfied with De pew and said that Rogers or Cornell could be elected and Depew probably could nnt be. Witness replied that he would not leave Conkling and Plait. Witness voted the first, time for -di::t pe and Cornell, but on Friday night- when thfir votes showed a fall ing off their friends spoke to witness no! he o'-unged to them before the final change. The witness had voted i A. I). Whi e. Ward and Fenton he day al'ior he v ted for Conkling. Witu'-ss went home and Sessions on his return advised him to vote for some one of .the Half Breeds. II lirst advised the support of Depew !ist Wednesday atternoon at the Dei evau líense, but he always refused. TI1K VOTE. The first b liol for a successor to Conk'ieg was s ollows: Wheeler 16, Conkling 21. Jacobs '26, Cornell 8. Jogers T2. Lapham fi. Tremainc 4, Folgei"2. Bradley 1. The vole tor Piatt successor was is follows: Depew 36, Cornell 6 Kern mi '27. Flger 3, Piatt 21, Crow ley 3. Lapham '2 No choice. Indications point to a large in crease iu D"iew s vote to-morrow with the consolidation of some scat teringv tes on Cornell for the short 1 crin. Possibly Cornell will then be a candidate for the long term. An effort, will be made in the joint eon vention to-day to break up pairing which has gone to extremes. Some remedy will probably be adopted. Iiiff Strike. Breckcuridgc, Col., June 13. There has been an important strike or car b onat.es on Shock Hill. Mr. Ililliard who represents Philadelphia capital' isfswho oivn several adjoining claims yesterday struck nt a (tenth ot ninety niue feet on tho Blue Jay lode four leet of carbonates assaying 13o 3 ounces ot silver and 0 1-4 ounces 0 gold. An extensivo plant of machín ery will be put in at ouee. Brecken ridge is jubilant. The ('nnnon-t'ompbell Content. Now York, Juik 13. The Herald'n Washington speaial says: There is promise of an interesting fight iu the coutest between Caunou, the Morrnqn polyagamist, and Campbell, auti-Mor-mou, lor the position of delégatelo Congress from Utah. The initial proceedings are iu nature of a suit in the courts of Uii'h by Campbell to anuul Cunuou's a leged certificate of naturalization. Campbell is a man ot ample means aud Caunou is backed by the whole power aud wealth of the Mormon church. Campbell's friends present ed his case iu this light : They admit that Caunou received a large majori ty of the votes ca.t, but allege that many ot tiiose votes were given by aliens Mid girls under age, Cannon claiming iludí r the laws of Utah a right 0 vote the daughter or sis ters of Mormons. Campbell alleges that the proof adduced before the Governor of Cannon beiug an alien, was o erwhelmiug. That the Gov ernor, as the reiuming officer of the Territory, has conferred upon him by law powers other than merely mini icrial, an i that his action in giving the certifícale to Campbell iu iho face of the facts proved oeforo him whs iu the -strict line of his execuiive dutv. they state further that Cannon him self brought the legality of the Gov- rnor's acu in to a test in the courts by bringing an action of inandatnai iu theU S. Court of the Territory, and that after elaborate nrgument bv able lawvers ihe court sustained the legal ity of the Governor's action on the facts as proven. Campbell's frieud claim that t. e course of the clerk of the House of Representatives in ig noring the cerlificates of the Govern or in favor of Campbell and placing upon the rolls Canuou, to whom a certificate had been denied both b the executive and by the courts, was great stretch of power, and that the utmost he culd probably have done would have been to have left the ques tion to the decision of Congress,which would thus have brought up the whole Mormon question in such a shape as would have necessitated some decisive action. Campbell's cer tificate was brought on here bv the !istri::t attorney, J. II. McBride.'of Salt Lake, in February last, and filed by him in person iu the clerk's office iu the presence of witnesses. Camp bell states emphatically that he personally waited on the clerk in the following month, and asked if hi name had beeu put upon the rolls, aud Adams told him it had not beeu Adams denies this statement. The question is likelv to be prominent in the next Congress. Work 011 the Canada Pacific. Chicago, June 13. Ottawa intelli gence just received from British Co lumbia is to the effect that Mr. ()u- dcrdonk, ot San Francisco is pushing forward his contract on the Canada Pacilio Railway with great energy. His contract is for 1'27 miles" of very difficult country. There are three tunnels to be made and the work is tedious. -One tunnel is 1,600 feet long. There are some 3,000 men altogether employed on the works, ot which uilt are Chinese, there is among the icople of Br'tish Columbia an in- reasing aversion to the employment ot'Chiness. Thev aro fairly good la borers aud arc reckoucd valuable in the proportion of three Chinese to two whites or thereabouts. All the men work on the ten hour sysieni alike. Chinamen receive $1.00 per day, white men $1.25 to $1.50 and skilled men or extra good men in tunnel work receive from $1. 50 to $2.00 per day. The Chinese are ludustrious ind sober but some have the opium habitant! some whites uufortuuatcly arc; contracting it. l lie ciunese prove themselves very ready to ac quire knowledge of the work, pick up new methods quickly and will work as regularly as machinery. Chinene Chow-Chow. SMAI-L POX IN THE IMPERIAL FAM ILY San Francisco, June 13. A letter per city of Peking from llong Kong, May 10, says : The latest intelligence from Peking states tho youthful em peror has been suffering from small pox for twenty days, and is in a criti cal condition. The court physicians have little hope of his recovery. The Western Empress is expected to re cover. Over one u 11 ml red nurses have been employed to feed her with their milk. CHINESE ROWDIES. In Peking, on the 231 and 21th of April, a disturbance took place at the house of the American missionary, who was on the eve of his departure from the capítol, and was selling his effects by ruction. During the sale a large number of rowdies entered the house aud grouudi and were disposed 10 injure the property. On being re quest ek to leave the crowd went out side, but soon returned. 1 lie Ameri can minister, Mr. Anged, was inform ed of the affair and coinmunicati d with Tsuug Tiyanin aud a message was received from the miuistcr that ep would be taken iu the morning to prevent further trouble. MINOR MENTION. Prince Chun, fattier of the Emper or aud Prince Kung, his uncle, have uad a serious quarrel. The army ot the northwestern fron tier, formerly commanded by Izo Thuug Lang, is to be disbanded and a loau of four million tacit has been set fed to pay off the troops. it is stated that iu order to settle the demands of Russia another loau l to bo negotiated in England. Wnnblnffton Advices. Washington .Tune 13. Clerk Ad ams consulted high legal authority, which he claimed advise him of the right of Cannon to Ihe seat in the House. Secretary Windoni returns to-night 11 nd facts will be brought out in the investigation of the Tre-uurv costo iban ring will be submitted at the l abinet meeting to-morrow. It is be lieved action will be taken at once for the removal of some aud mis pen sion of others shown to be connected with the ring. POSTAL POINTS, It is estimated that the post si rev enues for ihe vear' ending iu Juue wl I be $39 579,000. The congression al appropriation was $40,900,000. Re ductiouB in expedited star service since the 4lh of March are almost ex actly out" million per annum. This include 200,(K)0 cut off the past week. Cablegrams. IRISH ITEMS, Dublin, Juno 13. A priest obtained the magistrate's consent for a pro es- stou at M ill street. The Bishop of Ross communicated the following to the press: Riots of Skibbcreen have beeu much exagger ated by the English and Irish news papers. It would be unfair to charge the Land League with the responsi bility for the disturbances. With tho continuance of evictions there cmi be no pence in any part of this distract ed district. A quantity of gun powder iu an earthen jar, with fuse attached, was exploded at the door of Mr. Wright, solicitor. The damage was trifling. Wright recently participated in the execution of sales on behalf of land lords. PRECAUTIONARY . London, June 13 Forater, Chief Secretary for Ireland, has arrived from Dublin 111 consequence of an at tempt to blow up the town hall at Liverpool. Regulations forbidding strangers to enter the precinct of the House of Commons with parcels which had lately fallen into abeyance will be en forced, and gatherings of strangers in the lobby will be strictly prohib ited. AN EARTHQUAKE KILLS 100 PEOPLE. . Constantinople, June 13. A tele gram states that 0110 hundred persons were killed aud sixty injured by an earthquake which recently devastated a number of villages in the Pashalic of Vauartneuia. A FRANCO-AMERICAN HI-METALLIC UNION. Berlin, June 13. It is reported that America and France will form a bi metallic. Death of a Prominent CIiIcmkuhu. Chicago, June 13. News has been received here of the death, in Bright on, England, to-dny. of i eerge Ar mour, of the firm of Amour, Dale & Co., this city, lie was one of the oldest and most prominent residents of Chicago, having been active in business and politics during his whole life, and having amassed a vast for tune in the elevator business. Some thing over a year ago he went to En gland for his health and has never been back since, his infirmity grad- uauy weakening rim. Ile wa sixtv- five years of age. An Old OHleer Murdered Chicago, Juue 13. About mid si orm Mahn- night last night, while a heavy was raging off here, Timothv uey, one of the bravest aud oldest po licemen on the force, while attempt ing to arrest two drunken thugs, who had just burglarized a house at the slock yards, was shot three times and died within a few moments. Th? burglars made their escape. Homicide. Omaha, June 13. Henry Tedraper was arrested near St. Paid, Howard county, this morning by Sheriff" W. Crew, of that place, for the murder Louis Paxton a few days ago while he was working alone in a field The prisoner confessed the crime. Lynch ing is freelv talked of Drow .icd. Fairp'ay, June 13 Mac Harris, a twelve-year-old hoy, was drowned In the Platte near this place yesterday. With a companion he was playing near the old iluiiie and in attempting to walk aeros on a plank, fell- in tho current. The body was recovered. Fine Ciffara. Just received a lot of the famous II. S. cigars fresh from the factory of Henry Switzer; also the Golden Crown, the choice and favorite of Kansas City. All the famous umokers smoke them. Also a fesh lot of liquors, the best to be bad in the market. New attractions everything every night, and the finest "goods" and best brands known at the Exchange Saloon. 5-11 tf. Wolf Sa Putman. Fresh vegetables every dav Park Grocery. at the 6-10tf Hurts celebrated Boots and Shoes at the New York Clothing Store. Queeusware by the car Lockhart & Co.'s. load at 5-lltf "Maggio Jeau, where do you buy your cream bread?" "At the Plaza Grocery and Bakery of course."