WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING,JUNE 27, 1SS5 WHOLE IX O. 345
VOL. lit. NO. 32.
ATTOiiXEYS-- A T-l.-A
tho vessels are ready for service. One
erin will be' first
known as a gun to be placed on the Dolphin
;cf!.A. .uw.niij Tt i
completed, to be
TERRIBLE TROUBLE most square across the course. This was
considered an advantage for Vale. The
water had grown quite rough at 10:05
o'clock. The Harvard boat came out at
11:02, the Yale followed one minute later Knaland.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Going To Close
To Be a Distributing Point ot naval go so far as to say that it is the best I At Last on the Tapis With
Edward O'Bryan, officers to perform extremely well; I
the and both crews paddled leisurely to the London, England, June 20. A db- - Wichita live Stock Market. OUR STOCK OF
some starting point. At 11:25 the word was patch from Yokohomo says: The
Atmrnevat Ijtr ami General Collection over At
trun of the kind that has ever been made Unwhipped Cheyenne i
xViniTA, JcneJS. Isms.
toxney. Office Willi Jno tt. I'arsons, the American given and tho Yale took water American steamer Cody, of Tokio, from Uevised dally by the Wichita Stock Yard Co.
Kansas National Bank. Tho corrosion from about 270 shoU is so verv quickly and obtained a lead of about San Risncisco, is ashore at tho entrance to
Company. slight that it would scarcely be noticeable- -' inaians. two feet. The Harvard's settled to work this harbor and will probably prove a total Hllllns wheat
J. M. Balderston, Five additional guns w ill be taken
and at thirty yards from the start had Joss.
wunty ihlpplne wheat fiit70
Attokket atIn Centennial Block. Ick r.O--
law, Wichita, SeUgw to the proving ground at an early date. drawn up even and were beginning to draw llaron Henry De Worms his been ap- - Mixed Corn ) ... 3' .
Tho cost of tho stationary to be supplied ,
a ahead. In less than S00 yards the Harvard ' pointed secretary of the board of trado and White oru
The Oil to Be Brought Here in f,,r the use of the interiordenartmenta during' Wh0 Are preparing For
reuuc- - showed clear water between herself and the not Mr. Wm. ll Jackson, M. I'., as was Oits
Office on IKraglas. avetne. the next fiscal year will be Bloody War Innocent Yale and tho Yale never got near her again, stated last evening. The admirality has or- -
Tanks and Cooper Shops
To Enter the Wholesale Trade
over Lyncli'a dry Bxls store. ijn-t- r
tion of over Si 0,000 as compared with the At this tiinn both crews were pulling forty dered a quantity" of torpedoes known as Krlvers HesvyDraR iliiaia
Jno. D. Davis, Established. expenditures for the same purjwsc this year, Lives Endangered. itrokes. The Harvard however slowed her Kricson destroyers. Mediam work lonsH-
The supply of gold pcn9 is regarded as an stroke and at the first half mile had a clear The Marquis of Salisbury has telegraphed Ponies, broke ' u
Attorney at Law. Office over Wichita National extravagance bv Secretary Lamar and will
Bank. 19d:.tvfy-im- . lead of over two lengths which kept in- - General Lord Wolseley in Egypt that he is Ponies, wild W
J. C. Milton, The 'sWeb-Worm- Ravages in Kansas Tin. noetmscter wnernl fixed the The New State Reformatory Not Yet creasing, the Vale still rowing forty
and the in full sympathy with 'his x'icws regarding
At the first mile the the withal of the forces from the e. -- hlppln; steers
3i AND IN THIS
Attorn-- y at Law and Pension Attorney, office Reported Over, Little Damage Done
rates to be for the transmission of gov- - j
ernment telegrams during the next fiscal
-- Probably Will Not Be
-- Harvard led by two lengths, her time being The marquis adds however, thit the gov- Hatchers' steers 3 i ;i4
5:35. At the mile and a halt the lale ernment is unable, for various reasons, to fat
cow ami heifers SOy"3 '.s
In KaRlc block. oer II Brtt'i fnrnilnre store,
James F. Major,
Attorney at I.aw. Will jiracilce in all Kansas
Mexican Editorial Visitors.
courts. 'Collections a specialty, Clearwater, Summary of Doings of Interest in the the interior appointed inspector to succeed '
vear. The new rates will be substantially
the same as those now
Cen. Frank Armstrong, of New Orleans,
by the secretary of .
Before Next Week Sometime.
f Crimes Qf All Sorts-T- he
spurted and began to decrease the lead a continue the expedition.
trifle. The Harvard immediately increa-e- d
her stroke and began to draw ahead again.
At the mile and a half the Harvard's time that the donations liad reached the sum of
At a meeting of the to the
memorial at Oxford, it was announced 15 to K binds. I to T years old
and the race was virtually 30,000 pounds, including a large amount tockand feeders
y IS.1.' to 11 hands, I to 7 years old
II to t. hands, I totyears old
S joa is)
Hatton & Ruggles,
Attorneys at Law. Kagle Klock, WlcMta. Kan.
W. P. CAVPitn-i.- . C Hueu.
Various Departments at Our
Inspector Newell, suspended.
Gen. Hazcn. chief signal officer, has issued
an order extending to a day and a half in
Harvard-Yal- e Boat Race Uenerai
Grant's Condition, Etc.
stroke o'f thirty-si-
At two miles
three lengths pulling a fine steady
tho Harvard from America.
The Yale hit her stroke has notified the Marquis of Salisbury that Kat sheep
up again opposite the navy yard, but the France, without waiting for the ratification
31. Waddington, tho French ambassador,
Kal shipping" hi.., best
isI CLOSING OUT SALE.
Campbell &. Reed, advance of the weather predictions which; Harvard made two miles in 10:21 J. From of the treaty of peace with China, which New Potatoes SiTSiiSu)
Attorneys at Law. 119 Hondas avenne liKI-t- Wleli- -
And Miscellaneous Mattets Throughout now only cover a dav. The change will go The Usual Budget of Foreign New- s- here to the finish the water was quite rough w a signed cm the K'th of June, has issued Irish Potatoes luu.al.ai We have made such prices that we havp no competitors.
lta, Kansas f
into effect July 1st. and the time was slow. At three miles the orders to all French commanders to raise T "
J,M. HfMPl lltLV E lima- - Our Own Land as Received by The Markets and Miscellaneous Harvard led bv ten lengtlis p.issing the the blockade of Chinese-port- s and to cease Ilntter
Humnhrev &. Hume. Associated Press.
will kedcce. Home News by Telegraph. in 18:031. The Yale's time was 1M91. searching vessels on the high teas and that Turnips Cnee
Hank. Attorney General Garland says that he were pulling about the same stroke and the trade may be resumed on the same condi-
at law. Office over Citizens'il.!SI-- Unions
Attorney tf will reduce the force of examiners in tho Yale's style had improved. The Harvard tions as b"cfore the war. Apples, Sedgwick county
G. Vr". C. Jones, department of justice considerably as he men along the course now became very jubi- The billowing additional appointments Chickens. rl dolen Aipl-- J s. Mls-on-
Office In Kagle block, over Standard Oil Company finds that there i not sufficient work to bo Chevenno Indian Affairs. lant and tho Yale men had lost all interest have been made: I'nder Secretary for the S I. Hum1T
llovey A 6.'lry
Roods store. Sjicclal to the Daily Kagle. done to justify the employment of the en- .Sjieclal Dispatch to the Willy Kagle
in the race. Itoth crews
spurted colonies. Earl of Cadogan: under secretary S.
Harvard for war, Karl of Dcnoughmore; solicitor gen- flscon sides
II H Bentley. It llatflebl, 4 C. ISentley. ToPtKA, June SO. Tho agent of the Cheyenne anh Akwauok Agency, r. at the finish I!,
Standard Oil company who by previous ar-
The clerk of the house of representatives
T., June 2C For some years tho Cheyenne crossed the lino fifteen lengths ahead, an eral for Scotland, Mr. ltaiinernan Kobcrtson. Shoulders..
easy winner. The official time wa: II The Post says it is authoriz-- l to deny th
1. S. Sides " We have purchased one of Conover Bros.
Alton.- - nt Uw Office In teir-- ll
tut,.- - l'otofflct. MT Ir h jjg rangement with the editor of tho Eaglk, M. says that from present indications there will Indians have been held on their territory Yale, 20:30. At the finish the report that Lor4 y telegraphed to Corn meal
4. Eli ADAMtf. W. Levy. A. "V. Oliver and X. . r,
Ins fewer contested election cases before tho reservation without sufficient troops to make Harvard crew apeared fresh and in good Wol.-le- v that he was in full sympathy with flour, hlrh patsnt J '
criminals among condition, while in tho Yale boat, Peters and the latter views regarding the withdrawal flour, patent
Grand Upright Pianos
Adams &. Adams, held a. conference with the Santa Ke next congress than there has been before an arrest or to punish Kluur, AXAX H:5.
Mt.rr.iIj.K. Will i.ractlre Instate anil management yesterday, announces any congress for forty years. There will them, and during these years they have been l'arrott appeared to be blown and Stores from Egypt, but that the government ws.s n.mr XXX
omru Office in Kaple Uluck Wlcliita, I1.J"- J-
that tho matter is practically closed and more than three.
not be more than four "or probably not
killing and stealing cattle and horses, g
pulled in rather a listless style.
unable to" continue the expedition.
Itran . 2?
hertr i --
Harris, Harris &. Vermillion, that Wichita will immediately be made ono NOT IMMEIlIATE. with traffic on the public highways The Harvard-Ya- le boat race was won by liSO p. ji. Consuls opened at 99 for
Attorneys at Law, Coiuiierclal block, Wich- ol the supply depots for the west, especially It was f bated at tho White houo y across tho territory, levying on passing the Harvard. Third mile: both monev and account.
ita, Kansa. Indian Territory, southern and that no change will bo made in the office of herds, committing highway robbery and Harvard, 18:03. 4 i: !. Consuls closed at 03 for
.Tit7 TouUNfiS. mt M
" for the Yale, 19:15.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. WORTH AND WILL GIVETO EVERY PURCHASEROF $500,
western Kansa; and parts of Culorado and collector of customs at New York
other felonies, for which they have never money, 9lj for accounts.
Collings &. Piatt,'. next week. Jlr. Kobcrtson s term of office been punished. As a direct result, crime Fourth mile.
Allorneys at Law. Will i.raetlre In l.th Ute New Mexico. All oil will he convoyed to expires on the 28th inst., and there is a pain. New Yor' Stock Market.
$3 . OO
.ml court.. Ollice In Ten.l.le block. Wichita in iron tanks. The coojicnigo will from vear to Yale, 2C:2i. Maprip, June20. The persons arre-te- d Jfmr YuKa.JnneiC. IvtV.
jKissiuimy o ins reunion;; the office until among them has
Main street, eeomil stairway north of
j vear, and has become to bad that there is a during the cholera riots ot lost Saturday Jloney On call easy at l er ce.t: prime
WlrhlU,Kana be shipped in the rouh and put up there the 1st proximo. The Sick Statesman. at 4AS.
" have been re!eaed in deference to tho pop- merca-.tll- paiH-- e
0. D. Kirk, and the barrels filled and distributed in all THINNING THEM OUT. rei"n of terror throughout the country. Mr. McGitEGon, N. Y., June 20. "1 ular feeling. Tho minister of marine Porels-i- . Kxchatife Marletdoll at 4 M; for
The butler house force of the senate cm- - nnj the sufferers have .kept their wrongs slept three hours continuously lust night,"
Mtornevat Law Itoum No. 3, U S Land directions. The Tank company in ad-
"iee bnlbllng. Wlchlla. Kansas.
dition will keep their own tran-f- teams. ployecs, consisting of three messengers at or . , would said Gen. Grant to his wife this
' ;tt a, to COmplain ar.U when she entered the room to induire as to sVStein. of the Spini.
morning and men to permit
the inoculation of officers fiO dajs I sii for demai d
h navy on Dr. Ferro Mate bond. 0,ultt and steady.
A TICKET IN THIS
i tiTiicr-T- ' w MNTLIV
salaries of $1,110 each, two janitors at JWO ,
and several laborers at $720, will be dropped onlv make matters
his condition. "I hate had a very good " Official reports from the various provinces GoiernmeMt bond A shade lower for i's
tional bant. Wichita. Kan
Houston & Bentley,
Office over Kansas Na-
Special Disjittcb . the Dally haslc.
Ciiekkvai.e. Kh. June 20. The web
from the pay roll of the scrgcant-at-arm- s at react on either themselves or innocent par- night" he subsequently said. Dr. Shrady of Spain show thero were 151 new cases of and IS'sandsteadiLess actltc. Transactions
the end of the present month. These men ties. This can be more easily understood said he
are nearly all Itepublicans. At the same
d at 10.30 last night, but lie cholera and. .. --. j ueaius jesteruay.
did not enter his good sleep until about
. do-c- ., . i . i:al way bonds
Grand Gilt Enterprise,
E. H. Brown, worm scare, as it is called, and which has time one assistant uooruecper oi me senate when it is known that thero are over 3,000 iniibiiolit. From that time to 7:r,0 this L" S. ,. K4
Clearwater. Kansas British Columbia. I. S. euts. ..llsi
destroyed somi; corn in Montgomery, r.lk at S1.8S0. two messengers atSl,4J0 each and fighting Indians and only a few hundred morning he slept nnd rested well and. eight
nctiones-r- . Iiw-t- m
Ottawa, Can., June 25. Ottawa is mak- ..Id'. Which entitles you to a chance in the drawingof this instru-
J. F. Lauck, and Own ley counties during the last week. one employee of the folding room will be soldiers. As the Cheycnnes have been pre- hours sleep were g lined. The thermometer ing u determined elf. irt to secure the state -- Missouri P cine, bonds . . 114 1,
Attorney at Law, first i'nor north or I' S. has to a great extent subsided. While it is dropped. )f thee two are Democrats, one pared to rise enmassu to prevent arrest marked 71 degrees at course from the orphan asylum. It i probable that the tate Central Pacific sloct
10 o'clock t. Joseph bonds.
to' -- ment, which comes off
August ISt, 1885,
Ijin.l Office, In Commercial lllock. Wichita. Is a I.epublican and me pontics oi me omer but the sun's 1.
large amount of corn has been is unknown. among themselves, and in fact, did actually piazza reported a hot day in the valley. board of i will decide ution the loca- Chicago., Alton
Kansas Seejal attention Rlen to all k Office. true that a nils or
tion of the jisvlum a the coming monthly Qoiccy l'Jii .
limine- - cunneeteil with the V. S. Land ruined, yet the damage done has only been OKLAHOMA.
do so in 1871, the situation becomes appar- Night Kepout The general's afternoon meeting. Ottawa wiil b to the tore with an denser A Ulo IJranda. .. .. 4. . .
agent of these Indians, was chiefly spent on tho vcrand.i, whcre at otl'-- r of a ten thotttind dollar site anil a cash Hannibal AM Joseph preferred (asXcd) .. 3t Joseph
E. C. Ruggles, where the plant was very small and wher The closing days of tho last session of ent. The present Hannibal A.-- t
Col. I). Ik Dyer, found, upon taking charge times h dozed. Dr. Shrady left for . M',
Atloniev-at-la- Office over No. 31. Malr ever the corn had got a good start the ellect congress authorized the president in his dis- bonus ol 55,000. Missouri Pacific
- this afternoon. Soon after Dr. Doug- Northern Pacific
lreet. Wichita., Kansas of the worm will hardly be noticeable. A cretion to appoint a commission to negotiate charge of the agency a year ago, that this lass sat down near the genual and said, this
France. oilhwestern -
W. F. Walker,
Attorney at Uv. Office oier Kansas Na-
piendid rain thi1 section yesterday for tho cession to tho United States of tho was their situation, nnd ho promptly noti- is the best day you havo had since you camo
Oklahoma country. The commis-
and everything in the way of crops are do sion has not vet been appointed and it is fied the department that unless sufficient here, is it not! fio asked of his patient. De- received confirmition of tho report that Union Pacific
Paihs, June 20. Henri
fever white in tho camp
has 'e York l entral
Itoca Island . ..llliS
AT OUR STORE.
D. A. Mitchell, ing well. understood that no action will bo taken in force was given him to make arrests, that cidedly, replied the was spentin an pijzza Oliver I'aiim died ofhe is s.id to have been Wabasb L'nloc general
on Western ..
ami collection agent. No. II The Ilaiiley House, one of the llnest hotel regard to its authorized appointment until crime could not be cheeked and no progress tone. "The evening the general tho ol El Mahdi. where
sitting by held as a prisoner.
A ttorney-at-Ia- w
after the August election shall have been could be made toward by the entire family, .
Mala'trit. Wichita, Kansas liT--
buildings in the west, will be opened here held by the live civilized nations of the In- Dr. Newman, who' came up tho mountain Chicago Ofain and Produce.
Morris &. Jewett, next week. The building with furniture dian Territory, meanwhile it is learned that CIVILIZING THE.-- INHIAN3. with his wife. This evening at 'J o'clock the
K Crop Cullmps. Chicago. Jane-Jrt- , lwS.
Attomeys-at-I.a- offl-- ; Temple r.lock.
will cost SGO.OOO when completed. the president and all the members of the Such a strong case was niado that President general retired. The usual nourishment was
Wi., June 20. S. W. The wheat market opened steady ibis morn- -
given him thoogh Dr. .. .. Dougla-- s was of the has prepared his monthly crop report Ine. bnt the sidllnir inot.meiit which becan.e
('berry vale will soon have :i at stein of cabinet are in accord in maintainingon Okla- Arthur recommended tliat sufficient troops impression mat. llie paiieni migiu tiiaiu .i . and second estiniHlc on mo prooaoie wiieai very peneral durlni; the first half of theses-Io-
- . . ., i.
Drs. McCoy &. Purdy,
white settlement shall bo permitted
A Wichita man, Mr. O'Xicl, homa lands under any circumstances with-
was the snccejfiil bidder nnd ha received out the consent of tlu Indians under the cnnes and Arapahoe?, it being understood
be sent to this agency to disarm the Chey- without it. jield of 18"5. He says there - no longer n and Aupnst, trvpel frooiK)'; tops'. Alter
n n to tho damage and lo;$ to winter prices h id Rone under isle the feellllK be-
This is the best opportunity ever offered the
Kentucky Fpuds. bushels the Very feverish and somel-.rir- e
omceii; Main street, omt l.'echt A Sons' store,
Wlcliita Kans. leleiihone at resilience. the ronlnirt to do the work. S. W. tcrnwnf the treaty of 1SW, and that tho that enough show ofstrcngt". would secure
Louisville. June 20.
wheat. A falling offof
A gentleman just in winter wheal Irom t year's product is a
came short lines U,f0 people to buy
ilU-fin- i whole force of the government shall be the result peaceably, and the movement returned from the mountains of eastern calamity and is unprecedented in the history were thrown oat Orders Irom the outside, la--
G. H.Tebo, M.D.,
Link Suroul Horror. if necessary to carry out the guaran-ee- s was expected to have been made in the early Kentucky says ft most alarming condition
of tnat- - of wheat in the I'liited States. The
however, at the reduced Brutes and the la-
the day wis af.si', with ason.bat
GOOD GOODS at a very LOW VALUATION.
riivslcian. Mircenn ami Arentirlier IHseaset. Special Dispatch to the
spring, before tho Indians were ready for of affairs exist' in this section. No less present condition of spring wheat is good, tr dinffof
..r t'emale-- aie laltV Office I JO IKlUClasaVe..
l Kl. I)oKi, June 20. A dispatch two TIIK riIKYKNNE.
Kansas fears an outbreak of Cheycnnes, war. Through the change of administration than four armed bands are hunting each but there niu-- t be favorablo weather until better frellnu la the pltts his estimate or tho
The statement of
Come get our prices, buy and get a'chance in this $3.00
IhMirNn, 2 Resilience im y.nilli Kniila or three ihivs siniv from this place men other liko wild beasts over the moti tains. harvest to prixlii-- e the amount shown in the the statlstbian
avenue illi-t- r. and Gen. Augur has reported to the war de-
at Washington, the matter was allowed to Last week Talt Hall, n desperado and one pres nt stunates, as they are based on pres- eropfrJiii3il,-"',""bi- i helstoS31,w'.i""i hush-e- ls
tioned the arrest of Link Sprout lor mur partment that he has sixteen companies, ten was acceptJ-- 1 by tho balls as corroborating Grand Piano Gift Enterprise.
C. A. Wilson, M. D., e end you of Cavalry and six of infantry, at Ft-- Kcno, drop
out of sight, and it coming to tho ears of his followers named .lolmson, shot and ent condition-- . The show n prob-
der, in the Indian nation. --
killed Frank Saycr in his own doorway able vield of spring wheat of 121.000.000 lu a measure their views as to the certainty of
l'lijsician ami Siligeon. ODIco Minllirait additional facts regarding the man and hi Indian Territory, the last company arrived of the Indians, through he objected to Hall's intimacy with bushel-- ; winter 21O.fiO0,O0O bu'lifb; bort crop, bat the ststeni-n- t did not appear to
corner Main anil Kir- -t Ireot., jnt opio-il- e
at the Fort The general appre-hent-
his (Sayer's) wife. At tho coroner's in- total spring and winter wheat, 331.000,000 hae sny marked effect on the course f trad
the oiinty Imiiiliiig. illTl-t- f horrible crime. His parents nnd brothers no immediate outbreak of the Chey- that a large force of soldiers were coming duct the following dav. Hall, tho murderer. bushels. From these figures it wiilbese.ii ins J.tvcri'ool was quoted sWaly with pries
- E. B. Rentz, M. D., resida in this city. Link left here i.bout a enne Indians. They have been informed of their agent took exception to the selection of l laiborn that the crop of
appointment of a commission into their country, thev went to compared with 1SSI, of Knllsh wheat aturn lower 16-- 5,
I'liyslclan aii-- i SurKcoL officeover KnllerA year ago and was working in l ooi s auey. the proposed liirti.a n n llirvilian. Jones .resented . this will show a shortage in winter wheat ol Hour dull and unchanged
to investigate their troubles, and express a and announced that they wanted to start we..... "- "J-.- two
.in'ii irriH"er.r. Chickasaw Nation. About Juno 1st he is willingness to await the result. and tho got their Iricnus 100000.000 and of .spring wheat of Wheat Market p.iied stiady. but under a
21 Main Street.
G.M. Bibbce, M. D.,
Office anil resilience. .Ill l..lislm avenue,
south shle l:ame block, over llerby'ii Imple-
said to have hid in tho brush in a fence
comer and when tho team containing a man from the "overnor of rvansas saving an in
Senator Ingalls received a telegram
farms nnd raise crops nnd as they were given nnd
prompt a'sistance to prove
fought in an open
The gentleman reporbs
field. 22,000.000; bd-i-
their good faith, Two of Hall's faction were killed and The avenge wb.-a- t vield of the 1'nited States and closeil '.e un'l.r
shortage of lesi'C to realue thru tell oH 'f.c. rtacle.1 '.c
bushels. ranged r. . ; close il (ei'.W.siS; elo.l IJiS.
similar to thit of a large acreage of ground was broken, crops several Letcher county during the session of for five years pa-t- " is 161,000,000 compared clo. d, ec); Aniinst Closed
ment Store, Wichita, Kimiai ilHU-l-
by the name of Clark and son, a young lad. vasion by the Cheycnnes planted and considerable progress made. that in The shows a shortage -- rplelllber ! '.St'J.'. . W i 'sprlnu, ." --
ISi i is anticipated anil great uneasiness pre- court, June 8th, Lincoln Hanks, a noted la,t live years of No I rpnin:. i?i '" sre.1, tu, ."
Dr. W. S. McBurnic, came along, shot Clark, killing him in- vails. The western part of Kansas has been the spirit of desperado, was shot and killed by .intiie with the average of the
Office ami resilience- No. 13 North Main elrei t. stantly with a charge of buckshot. The ratiidlv settled up this season and the new A change soon came over
could see no troops Frazier. a merchant of White-bur- Ky. n0,00O,O00
bushel-- . I. re.1.
Corn-- ' Juiet and a hade easier owing P. Jib
opposite I" O. s'iecial attention paiil to buy jumped from tho wagon to run. he fired comers are in a very defenseless condition, the scene! Tho Indians
gang was trying to eral receipts and line uro'inK weather Prle
diseases of women ami nerous ami skin dis- "therefore expressed an coming, nor could near oi none en reuu--
. llar.ks with his drunken Base Ball. de. lined .(. rallied 4C, and lllisllyelix. el
eases ami electricity, office hours stoliiA. u at the boy, breaking one of his legs. Not Governor Martin of Frazier'a store when he ClNtNNAii,.liine 26. St. Iuis,'.) Ciu under 5esienlaji rash. 4;.ss"S; .
secretary of war On the other hand the few companies at take posses-io- A murder is also report.-- from
ami 2 to 4 p. .. ami at niitht. .ll.vtr earnest desire that tho ;.';. coed. tlswOi; July bl.H4:
satisfied with his fiendish work, be went to should station troops on the southwestern was killed.
Ft. Heno were started out before the Harlan countv which occurred June 17th. cinnati
iGT.tti;; Anicusl, IB.ilT, elmSed Hi.
the bov, who lay prostrate and who begged border ol the state to guard against any process John nnd Dick Gross waylaid and shot Geo. Ciiuaco, June 20. Philadelphia, I, Chi- closed Hull kml ft.v closlnz SssVe lower. ii.i,
DENTISTS. arrival of new troops in
plteotpdy for his life, and shot him again. He attack from Indians. Secretary Kndieott i la't October. cago:! Iilis, Mo., June 20. Cotton 2. M. ejsh,I!;.IUBe.3IVCS. August, Si'ii July,
I. tloM-- I
Indians soon saw iiurkhart, their brother-in-la- sr. '..
Dr. J. C. Dean,
Dentist. Opnilte theHiitofl1ce Teelh
then lied to this citv and wa arrc-de- by out of the city. Senator Ingalls called of transfer.
nnon the nresident with the telegram and tho opportunity to overwhelm the
The intended victim recovered, and meetingn
close! . .
trarteil ullbout plii. United State llenuty Marshal Douglas on was assured that the matter has been the John Gross last Wednesday shot and killed Nrw York. June 20. Mstropolitan 11, Kye Kasler, So I Sc
at Ilcno and massacre the defense- him. All of the nlmve desperadoes are still Baltimore S. rlawee.1 Hmi; So. 1. l H'.
Dr.'W.L. Doyle, the 20th and put in the Kl Dorado jail. Link subject of earnest consideration by the once insolent, at large and ready and anxion for blood.
IlkNTlsr office over Hsrne1. A n's .Imp confessed to the killing of Clark but said he president and his cabinet and that active less citizens, and became at June 26. P.rooklyn 13, Ath- Jles. l'ork-fja- let but firm, and Ja'"c lilitber;
July, tin Sksitor.. . clo-e.-
tore. I'enleiitilNl block. Wichita. ll- - had lieen taken by both the in- overbearing and dangerous and were soon letics ". ca.h.Slu Kscln.-n-
spiiif.; Anicust sioivslu 4, closo.1 lo IT'i
D. W. Smitb, had a fjuarri-- with him nnd shot him in terior and war departments" to prevent if beyond control. Telegram after telegram Public Hanclns. ISi:FrAL, June 26. New ork . , buf- ssto
Kigle bulMlr.fC, Ihiuclas uvenue,
ceived a letter
About the 21th Link's brother re- psiblo any outbreak of the Indians and to
from the Indian Territory repress it promptly should one occur. was flashed over the wires calling fur help,
and every i ffort was made
Savannah, Ga., June 20. Itobcrt to- - falo .',.
,.,.!, .r..,i whs hani-e-
to keep tho In- .l.vV.ir nmrderini? James Miller, a white vii: 5.
at Savannah PirrsmiKi, June 20. Pi.lsburg 7, Ixhus- - July. let tcssiu:j stsady;
but cash, sc, ,;; Ijird-Qo-
SPECIALISTS. telling him if Link was there to out the wart November 20. IfeSI. Two llutter-ya- ltt snd steady; crtamery, HM
Mysterious Murder. dians quiet until the new garrison en route constable, on i. ; dally, UU.U
ntrhis neck, ilisgnw" himself and skip. His Kansa-- . City, Juno 20. Tho Journal's thousand people witnessed the execution, Weather Henort KVps Kail nd weak; l.'.011
Dr. S. W. Richmond, could get in. These troops, under command the gallows being erected in an open field. WaMII.noto.v, D. C. June 26: I a. m.
brother William could not read and took the Omaha special says: Near Neola, Xcb
Macnetlc physician. Cures illsea-e- s of every finally arrived at the agency Mct'ov'- - speech and the religious oxerci-- e Indications for the Missouri valley are:
name ami nature by mapi etle treatment, letter to another party to read. this morning AVm. Hall, aged lfl, a farmer's of Col. Sumner, Chicsco Live Stock.
water, overland were similar to those usually incident to Fair weather followed by locnl rains; vari-
Oiit'Aoo. Jase 3; lssi
tneiliclne HUrlires are elMei!y anil er' Link was confronted with this son, was found dead suspended fromtheory is after much delay by high a tree,
JlcCov'sneck was broken able winds, generally southerly; slightly
manent. ami charees rerionable. Kiacno--
ami consuiutlon free. Parties from a iINlr let letter;
can lioapl with him a' reasonable rate, office
he confessed that
his arms and legs bound. The
he was that he was murdered by four men who
from the county" iail
via Caldwell. Tho arrival ol troops while such fall and his death was apparently warmer in the extreme soutliern portion :
and it brought temporary relief did not
alarm painless. by the
stationary temperature elsewhere, follow cd steers, esos-s-,
ti..- - Crtti and market sells
r,4'; shipments sblpi-tnt- -
i; stwke.ssnd lee.ers. ii
All-Sil- k ien-lpts,
on eolith Waterslreet, Wlcliita, Kau.as.
p.iid one hundred dollars and
mule to kill Clark by some neighbors.
t whoIk-go- k him for tho sheriff's son in pur- the Indians. The force was not the regi Paid the Penally.
bv slightly colder weatlwr. ulU luas cattle, Iand mlied
u4 4 tt
suit of them. Search for the murderers is ments expected and they knew well their Itecelpl ll.O""': shlpm BtS, 4.KS.;
Dr. Wm. Hall, the money hut not tho mule. He will being vigorously prosecuted. Kvansville, Ind., June 20. Jordan Tay-
Railroad Rnckot. market steady. rouh sod mlii-- "Al It1.':
ability to cope with the meagre body of lor, colored, was bung at Hopkinsville, Ky.,
Cures all lllooil ami kln Diseases. Kiilney anil betaken to Fort Smith or Wichita for trial. June . The Southwestern ! sblppbif lfc4lS. lliM. l
lllaililer trouble, ami alt itlseases or me nn. troops. They immediately commenced to at 1:'.0 in the presence of five oi 'six
I'rivste iliseases sleeililv curiil Fkatiier. Strance Accident. Traffic associatkin has etfectuS an nrrancr-mei- it
IIS. skips. Ma-1T-0
Femsli's Fnccssfully treateil of all ilisea-e- s Leavenworth, Kas., June 25. This place their warriors on a war footing, their surrounded the iail yard. Taj lor was
thou-an- pcop'c mostly colored. Soldiers d d
with tie-- SanU and Sonthern .s .l.eep Iterelpls. shipment", nonl
r.id w'serrby a large amount of busi- market slow aid lower: l.
tolhelr eex Consultation frii- anil
Capital Chips. morning while A. A. Garrett, the driver for im were cleaned and oiled, their He mounted l '
office, rooms r anil ! over Wooilman's
in the river. ness, which has heretidorw Sonet by way ol
batik. North Main street. Call r aiblres P NAVY MATTKKs,. Tanner's fruit house, was dumping somo spears burnished, spies were posted
the pillows with n firm step and took u black tlioH? lines will hereafter Ri. eutt via Kansas
river, drove too near the Kaaws City Otsin sod
Ito US, Wichita, Kansss.
Washington, I). C.lune 20. Under a garbage the the and he gave way precipita- in in
all directions mounted squads tion under the beam. The rope and City over line- - of Use Southwestern associa Ka.'.s- - Citv. Joie V.. 11.
edge of bank it
general invitation from Secretary Whitney ting himself, w agon and horses into tho were seen drilling a short distance up the cap were adjusted and after religious exer-ci- tion.
In sizes ranging irom 18 to 24 inch,
Mrs. Dr. Sexton. was sprung and in nine min- Wheat ItecHpts. I' CbsbeUi sHpmeets.
navy and others to tho trap Msr.
The noteil niapnetlc healer. Is located at No. to the officers of the liver. With some effort ho was rescued but river. Their war horses are picketed night ute, life had departed. The excntion wn hushels In sbwe WI.1II ho.b. Is
ivmi North Market street, where the sick and submit plan to him for the construction of Vntornns Returning k.t low r. No. t Augustea.n. . c S i '"
suffering may receive the lienefit of her wonder- the horses were both drowned. Tho wagon and day, and there is no mistaking the signs. practically public as high buildings gave
new steel cruisers. Admiral lorler lias been was recovered in the afternoon and w li'ile n rRUiM', M"-- . June 26. The encamp- s.kul; July. .K; soil ;e;se;
ful healing power tharRes reasonable. for some time past engaged in planning a number of boys were hauling it to Tanner's
vessel which he hopes will prove a model in store, ono of their number, named Thomas and without prompt and decisive action on
IT MEANS WAU! those outside of the enclosure ampie
In see. He spoke firc minutes on the ment this morning nwny iw4 started for
A terrible, rain
is jrmilunlly breluiiK up. At an
pp"i-tunit- cash. elfc--
1. bushtlsj sbiimenls,
III bashelt. in stnre I" '. bsuhels. sske-1- . t mr-ke-
of Which we will Sell at the Uniform Price
AIICIIITJ'.VTS. her class. It is 2o0 feet lung and at the Furley was thrown and run over by the the part of the government nothing but a scaffold with emit nerve. home and there was aimost a coiitinuou.
same time a ram torpedo boat and gun boat. wagon, killing him instantly. and thunder storm follow.il the niar.-- of bands and Tctorans towsnl the de-
n. lrer. So. ca-- Si. Ul. at.'sc
Inly. . bid. T a.keii. Sis 2. white eash, so
R. Weeks &. Son, It will go forward or backward with equal long, bloody and costly war will result. If pot for sewral boors. Th pririplo event O.-.- s No ."rasa askt r-'- S
Architects and Contractors Works reason-
able. All work (ruaranteeil Shop and office, It is expected she will attain a great sjmviI.
and earn- - a verv heavy armament. Fire Fiends. the government take prompt action, all is
Mevsi'IH- -, Tenn.. June
I cr.il Execution. of is the grsfxl eieuraiim t nml frism
at Little Checep Island.
Hye Sobbls ner ofetb
ami Ibiiter aseritnred
SIT Main street, opposite Occidental Hotel.
ra.,.Iune 20. The mysterj well. If it stops to talk, argue, investigate,
colored, who killed Vt m. 1. l.
the claiu-lak- e
aoey small bale-- Sew. tl (.
Wirblti, Kansas dis-l- UMT A"IOSMIT. surrounding the recent incendiary fires here, its troops will be butchered, innocent wo- Has
lUvnor four miles south of this city on the
ACQUl'.toJ. s Ilsms si.rtKej Sesr Toik sbool-ler- s.
It K expected that the recent graduates at seems on the jxiir.t of solution. As the re-
outraged and murdered, children 17th of la-- t December, was hanged at
Willis Proudfoot, men Kv.. June 26. A " HSfi,ri drSeil beer haru. I1KIC; pe'l
These Goods cannot be bought anywhere
l'oint military academy will be as- sult detective work, tho police arrcsti--
ArchltiTt and tflie.in IZagle the West the various regiments when Secre- TonvofIfeintiart- - Skin Mayor and Hill Car dashed to pieces and strong men battling o'clock v
within the incl-- ur of the
be Tim. Ir.or. t.reenviile
to-d- y: "TTse jury stti.rs ncclis, ml
block man attempted
Kvidence for life and property tortured and mutilated. county jaiL. The
local crook-- . in the case of E. T. Johnson, ehaxied withx
Crist &. fush,
tary Kndieott returns to Washington next lisle,
week. There were thirty-nin- e
graduates. against two of them is so strong that it is ex- - Will the government hesitate? suicide lat night by cutting the arteries o. killing Mavor Henry, aftw being
his arm and leg with a rough rwoa of tin boors, it - o'cle k this morning returns"
tkirty-si- 5t. Louli L.l Stotk.
5t. Icis. Joae 24. l&Z. "t under 2.50 to :i00.
Arrhlteclsand.silrlntemlents. office, tJreen At the present lime there exists fifty four
A Ilavs new block, corner Knuclss avenue and
thev will make a clean breast ot me shaped like a knife which lie made out of a a verdict of hot polity amid great entbati-- H; sMpnenU. 1.7", Caltle-Keeei- pU.
vacancies among the officers of the ami v. identity and operations of the incendiary Topeka TodIcs are a.,4 drm. 1 Hjrlit Ucbie he.ry -- Mp-pti
Water Mri-d- . Wichita. Kansas P. O bo T". of which sixteen are in the cavalry branch, gang. They are all committed for trial. tin st.uff lox. Father J. II. Wood, a Catho- r rWTt.mlie-- : rwl iHiUkers" steers.
TorEKA, Kan., June 20. The commis- lic priest from Water Valley, Mis.. HtmW i... itebrr T ITTS Tias.
Terry &. Dumont. 7 in the artillery, twenty-nin- e in the infantry sioners to locale the new state reformatory him on the scaSold. The widow if tb Teedtrs "
Sad Shooting. Uozal Docls on.
Architects and njerlntenitent. lUSice In and two in the engineer corps. After tlie have not vet received all the propositions murdered man occupied a seat on the fcat-fi- M- - .Iwltre, WalUce. erof4 .?-- , tl'U4i' iss.
Hoys' block. Wichita. Ksnsss. tf
aie-nincn- of the West l'oint graduates the St.
otucvTs wlw have pased loading druggist, shot and killed J. C. Ix;ntz,
June 2u Luther N. Hruce, a Tiuwinl from towns tliat want the institu
and witncd her husband's mui Iseoesltrt Yoiik. Jnne siuing en baar in tbe mark't steady lur ilra"l. sWpmetits. 4 ;"'
tion and aitnougn wic sue a- - to be
Stover & Bachtel,
A HANDSOME LINE
take his leap Into eternity. I'ltiied State dutrict wart, banded 4own a iw.saekers ; Jrftl w. butrters--
outrarxorcandbulMcrs, on et tho the vari-ui- departments board-lie convened a prominentDouglass, 111., yesterday. of The lceted
examinations by the
assigned. ivaco, at
merchant ..nd a justice the it will prob-ib'- not be chosen
derision tl.a nvwtiiwr ejoniraniac tb 4nl-io- n i!rrspts. t ' : sUlmiesits. t 3". -
ol County building bv s
until some time next weeK. Serious Settlement. I). best steal) "I rni fcui psesr sik
of the court Mow JeiTin; Jaarsns
.1 'sic vv:. i cm: its.
"Twelve men wore ordered Ik funs the ex affair grew out of an attempt to Mipp'ress the
amination boards. It i belived that six
tlicin have succvfiilly jieeJ their camm-atio-
liquor traffic, Intz being a strong tcniper-am-- c Daniel Cacir residcncoat the iopeks
man and Hr.ice an active supporter of remeterv
I jghtninc struck the stone door step of
and knocked down "."i!e. On lookout mounLiin
June 26. A ChaUanooc
Krb, of toe late Jl ine bank, mr trW.
baoltia 48 an". Tsiui.
BiaUons. J .5Ai; eomrnB
.... I... twoh,mAcattleaseo,- ,.. Aasljned. IJistoa Vool Msrktt.
Eva A. Bates, This will nalca total of forty-liv- e whisKV intercut. .ci.dl in,! he'r dauchter. . M.rMifb.r-
Teachiref Piano, Violin and theory, lateofthe men to W ajsiiieil. leaving nine vacancies wal standinc in the" door. The child was We trouble over the owtwrsuip
nameu riis w;u ii.iw.tiic
AVi.. Jotxi 7S. Int nferW J- -
tout. Vt. Jones .fc Co., one of the Wriest lumtW Wool J3'et. ew wsiii aesmsitlBr XXX
Hart. 1Pmto, JI, 11
The question ha- - l'ccn
Cincinnati College of Music Kor terms call to be filleil. New Board of Health. terribly burned about the shouideri and j Mttb. lB! fed wbea thy k,nl'f lM.lssal X lei- &; - mfieefs a4 XX
on or address fi North Main street, or Col-lln-
rais.il whether or not theeo yacin-cie- s Kan-- a City. June 20. The Journal's arms and will prooaoiy u.e. i ire uiu.ue. -
iKrM amicable settlement met arisss
m tke cut. moV u
ew sbtM. UssAIC. .
A Piatt's law ofllce. Wichita, Kansas filled civilians Mar- - was also considerably burned and Mr. a- - R. HosrcUfirtbebsnellt of tisasr endues. dsMeess- -
d.MI-t- r will I'C I'V
or he nllowcJ to remain unfilled maduke has anpoir.te.1 a new board of rai.wUVs-
letler-on Citv snoeial savs: Governor
..il 1- .- - ....
Htcl.nn. nursv ws mil
-- - -
.V,.-- y. cheJ throuh a friend. KIUW s.i- - Iisbilities estiOMSb- -i at SSM" asnM J3V- - swrlae
Teacher or llano. Organ snd Theory, i?l North of 'SO at
Mrs. S. T. Hendrlckson.
until the crailuation of the laryji- - cla's health to succeed the present board, which shocked.
that the president
et l'ointwill year. Itcircilian- - to has resigned, and directs the members to
the positions and allow- - concros- - to provide
meet at Jefferson City on the 2nd of July. MiiriJi" iy,. "
resulted in Hli' "Ubbim: T.vVrr to
' R.,th are well known and wekny. -
lh. WJ w - w.". a.
Jnnn aS.-- Tlf lsosWBnc ooco-pie- d
"FRISCO LINE arasols in all Shades
MISCE1. LANEOCS. for prosjuxlivo smduate.--. Our Mexican Visitors bv toe Hrkttum G and FWd imd
Frank J. Hoss, V.i.
IX SEW 1IAMI- -.
St. lAit-- , June 20. Tbeexcursion party the interc:. manifested previous to any- ce
fln.l ltnrfon ot Mexican and ptess visitors, headed oy here Doen wroucui m sui.ii ,...- .
wh shot at ai --
. t, -
nHsnaay. No. 115 KiW ret,
burned titw moTsiss.
nn , lEi
Lon ;2M,- -
Private and prof."sl.nal slock .... .,.. -. .....
i,.- - ,...nr.l'i r.i'l. ! i'nsident Ireno I'az. and escorted bv Mr.
" .....-v -. anu placet .U r - n. laiini.i. uuuc w.i..-.-. ..j.r-- .i.:.-- . citcment. u it wa. before s eoate-- to-d-ay L
faSry sosl. rmcEC) t us tuwn,
..f ...v o,
s. si. 1MB
Pcti-ctiv- e ,
hunter; strayed and stolen stock a specialty ,- .
c.u. .i i.-- , .....,. alt tne noxeis were ..- - nbl -- -- -. . -
"fll.nh fear ot mob t- -.-
men In every taclied Irom dutv
I am connected with professional
Ihepatronaceof waitins; orders. This action was taken Ik- - at the Union dcrxt this mornin:; in two and Fodrinc was not to be had at any prices. county Jill
ley Centre. Kansas
sollcltrd. Ol ce. Val- csuo it was thought best to havo the otBce
I l'mk Wimt-- ,
in new hand during the court martial of from Kanas City.. They wro mct 1
al cuachc, over the Missouri 1'aciUc
"rnber of visitor,, and on momtm: trams sUll in a preeanous eon.lttD.
While one of tbe vrtlBsr
attl - Bsortyts.
K1SM.SS Cttr -
Rsss ttrr. sknv-sr-J. Tli
MISSOURI. At about 50
the chief of the bureau and not because anv FranV. I'aiennic. ("eo. H. Morcn. fc. I).
rrv- -, sc4
irom all directions came in crowd. Ar,
K 1 Pak-os- ,
Ijiw f Ileal Kstatc and ofthe officer named were thought to have Kins;sland, H. C Iiy l'iercc and Oeo. caHows
A Notary Public I Notary Public o,,.- - vir.nivti.in uiiti ih. irrei-nlriti- .- 1
the reception conitiiitleo. Tho f pe- - unusually larce amount o: ,, ; iMrB Mixi sswd t esaeesstntte s; KANSAS.
IlrnniN' Iuxing Pail-o- Insurance decorated with aar of put up on the result .of the ee.The Litt A; J- "s4 tee4tr. 4
E. D. Parsons L Co.,
Law. Keal Kstale and Insurance
I.awrcnce Avenne, first door south orKsukof
clian-i- d a"aint the head of the division.
t cial coaches
Mexico and the I nitcd State.
ljcut. Schuhz. appointwl by the secre- - lors. thcv wcre brcatfafted and civentwo
The tm- -
were escorted to the Southern hotel water was in excellent condition, beios but (colored). taft wmuc.
rippled from a vc-- y licht south- - other negro
r,anSeJ for mcrdenn: nt- - f
' ais mlia.
Of Their- -
Commerce, V icbita. Kansas. tary of state to convey the reward of thi hours and recuperation prior to the west wind. I be toliowin is lae
d?-t- r '
covernment to the native in the vicinity of fortns.l reception on 'chance. 1 Mile 2 Mite S Mile ' MiU PJumbors- - Convention
Sb -- ; --
.Rodgers, -- .Kj . . . Irk I IBIkl W.. , - .
the len Uelta for their service in aidins ,ftfr breakfast and brief repast the party Harvard .':V liH '- -- T
: - eeaaawi T'
THE ONLY THROUGH LINE'
The Photoirraphcr. llctures In all sites and
styles, lie also carries the finest assortment the survivors of the .leannetto jpedition. u.cnt So the .ej wj,;rt. tayor Kranci-- the Yale.
, - .M li
vention met Krun s5 and C"
of lecture frames in the
friendly call and examine samples.
city. Give him a will fan juit bin. iiecipensioiie aoser.i recvption committee and a number of ladle
about one year. of the citr met them. After a brief speech
Harrard won the race by fiftera lenths-Th- o hot debate over Ifce iniuraore of Use
officiiil time was: llarvard
miouV- aaJ the alteseJ retaiioo of somematter was -
5t Leui Grsss :
Jaae 1A. j
Geo. W. Thompson.
Tlie four years term for w hich Comtno- - ot welcome by Mayor Kranc and a reply and 15 second.-- . Yale. K minutes and 30
. doreMonteomery iccardo wasappointed to by Senor liranehi.lhe editors were driven
and llepalrer 'lef - ,,r. -- , chief ot the bureau of tlie ordnance --.rotiml the citv and at noon tas.es on As the time for the race approaches! tie ex- Ti. i;ir.nVee nlcmberi asl.es! t
to manufacturers. Tbe
referred to tfce execoUve eoOMtutte.
riMT XaitweaVWe4h"r- -
Wn.it-- I mt aetrs and hranr;
early, rsw.- - ..
jt. imp. i e-
nrm ni w
Professional Piano Tur.tr eStel tsii Undr
erda. . I. rs. cash.
assoejaison ainK sinkers m
Cathaliue liossel and Ibotaas Shaw- "u "a
pianos tuned by the wave svstem
theo'nlv method that will tune jonrpiaroper - "th. Iti understood tliat be will be re-
1 . .1AdSskiA
. vsT " - and citiicr.s grtted themwl withVMAVmAsl citement became intense, espeoally Captain an.ee of tb who have jUrtssi
s. 4LdS -
. wu-u- rf ........a
- imm v..
cheeri. Yale men, over the report that
FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
prices 00 V
were i llreidcnt llaar-- t spoVe a few words of wel- - Klanden was ill and could not row. A t ne stops an'd cut
rect andmakeltsonndchannirf Work Guar - I aniointrd. l sli ,Ml..-lll- M
orders with Thomas Shaw A ,lc,irou
who was .seen on tie subject CO' MWW - .r - ajiorilei! recaetin-- ; .,msmotvctsir- - Or W.sk ss4 erT
, , : N. t sair4. I a'ke run dailt.
Co.. music dealers, lonpls ave.
of obtaining the lot - come and Mr. John A. Dillon made an ad- - w .l .f Kn! a ,1!..
il material to sinasN-s- . T.
tion but thev have withdrawn all dress in bpantsh, which was responded to
. claims to it because of the central under- - bv J. Si. Clark, of the Two llepubhcs, in aided that althoozh Hacier.
I wx tick it next pl of meeting was left "
aa4 CHANGE OF CAMSi
Siccardo will le iTnslisb, and Senor Arrora IVj Ar.da in 1.3 l.vn JeesdeJ it would be betr for htm eeotive committee b nne- -
A. 0. Lowell, Otie-las- rti N
I standinc that Commodore
r:. Asnsi.M't: y.tr. js,s4.
General nonse Tenunr D&siness. c.i-.-
. .....-- 1 icnua. i ... ' ..j i...r - r.
va. - .rimuitu. t-- IOC itaik,
do's incumbency he has endeavored to im - carriaccs to a number of large manufactur- - This storr chanced bettis:; to $100 rT. $
maci. . to row thaa to raa'se a change in the to
.- -i -.
stroke-- tine d- -
Ey DU . asks4
Pullman Palace Sleeping Lars
i. lavo. an- - im -- Irs-Lw- er.
Southwestern Basinets College, i prove the ordinance of the navy. Forsev - jee establishments and other notable places in tne Uarvaru
were fumishSnc all the money Yale irtssuntm. Jqm 3i A: 70to-aish- t rTrl.ss Marlst rt. s w, laM. IMI'. Jj ., as;er assi SS. ... . ril ... nitnrm
WimiTs KiMii ! eral months the bureau
writ, fnr cirrnlar and I turinr; cuns for new cruisers and it is ex i'
haf been manufac- - I in the city where they were enferuised with
ported these will be completed by tho time was spent.
. irln.ln-.luu- ,- 1
a mv 1..
A a .
v. j .
nlo.1.-.- ?.. .1.-..vi-- n ws callinr;
.- for. Aboct 9:45
breeze freshened considerably and blew al- - followed suit
the thho .
at iOX c
aJjorred sin die-- rbe settle ealy Kb CM ' tra4.
IJHIV I", Hi iM ItU'tSlV, 1 1.1 j
apecimcaa Oi penmaninip. dl&wlS-t- (