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'ghz mtexiiix Jpaxltj gagl: fimcfcqj ptoruiirg, fiwe 8, 1890
THE HOUSE PASSES THE SILVER
Western Men Urge the Free Coin
age Feature Without the
Pive Kansans Yote to Recommit the
Bill With Instructions for Tree
Anderson, Kelley and Turner Go on Secord
Against the Compromise as Passed
The Vote in Detail The Interstate
Commerce Commission Recom
mends Due Reduction of
Rates in Kansas and
"Washington. June 7. Before the be
ginning of the debate on the silver bill at
the request of Mr. Payson. of Illinois, Mr.
Conger, of Iowa, in charge of the bill,
modified Ids substitute so as to provide
that the treasury notes issued in pursu
ance of the bill shall be a legal tender iu
payments of all debts public and private,
striking out the following words, ''except
where otherwise expressly stipulated m
Mr. Payson said that lie realized the sub
stitute would in substance pass this body
and that it would be done in obedience to
public sentiment, which he believed to bo
universal in favor of a larger use of silver
as a money metal, of a f uther increase of
the currency of the country.
Mr Payson proceeded to discuss the silver
policy of Hayest Arthur, Cleveland and
Harrison administrations. He referred to
the denunciation of the Cleveland ad
ministration by the Republican party and
said he endorsed that denunciation.
Nothing he had said afforded him more
pleasure than the denunciation of Cleve
land's administration for its treatment of
silver. Ho come down to the Republican
administration and it was no better. Ap
plause. Silver had had no friend in the
treasury department since the agitation
begun and when he was asked to vote for
a proposition confiding to the secretary of
the treasury's discretion in the use of
silver as a money metal, if this were the
end of it, he would vote against it. Never
had a discretion been confided to a secre
tary on this question when it was possible
to evade it that it had not been evaded.
Continuing, Mr. Payson said, that instead
of being a bill "for the coinage of
silver it was a measure which practically
prohibited the coinage of the standard
Mr. Mitchler, of Pennsylvania, was op
posed to.botn propositions pending before
Mr. Hatch, of Missouri, reiterated and
endorsed everything the gentleman from
Illinois had said relative to the hostile at
titude of the treasury department towards
Mr. Cannon said ho did not apprehend
that the bill was perfect, but take it all in
all it was the soundest measure that the
house could originate and pas, and from
every standpoint and all things considered
it met his unqualified approval and en
dorsement, standing as he did between tho
extreme silver men on the one hand and
the gold mono-metalist on the other. Let
members see to it that in the storm of fury
and passion and demagognery that they
legislated so that man should not be cheat
ed morning and night or noon out of what
h-t had justly earned applause.
Mr. Anderson, of Kansas, spoke in favor
of free coinage.
Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, said the bill did
not meet his approval. He would vote for it
because he knew that in another forum it
would be amended.
Mr. Funston, of Kansas, and Mr. Con
nell, of Nebraska, favored a free coinago
Mr. McKinley, of Ohio, said that tho bill
would utilize every dollar of the silver
product of the United States. It provided
ulso that the instant silver was on a parity
with gold, that very instant there would
be free and unlimited coinage of silver.
Congress mut see that the money pro
vided for tho people must be absolutely
safe from financial wrecks and from com
mercial convulsions and be absolutely safe
and secure in the hands of the holders.
For one, he would not vote against the bill
and thus deprive his people and his coun
try and the industries of his country of the
"S50.000.000 of circulating medium. Ap
olausoj. Tho hour of 3 o'clock having arrived, the
previous question was considered as or
dered. Tine amendments to the original bill of
fered by Mr. Taylor, of Illinois, and Mr.
o'Dcmiiell, of Michigan, were iuformally
Mr. McComas' amendment to the substi
tute was also adopted. It provides that
when free coinage is obtained the monthly
bullion purchases shall cease. The subti
i ite as amended was then agreed to and
he question recurred upon agreeing to the
bill as amended by the substitute.
Mr. Bland, of Missouri, moved to recom
mit the bill with instructions to the com
mittee to report a free coinage bill.
The motion to recommit was defeated
eas 110, nays 140. Among tho fifteen Re
publicans who voted yen with tho Demo
crats were: Anderson. Funston, Kelley,
Perkins and Turner, ot Kansas. Thirteen
Democrats voted with the Republicans.
The bill was then passed. Yeas 135,
nays 119, as follows:
Yeas Adams. Mien of Michigan. Ar
nold. Atkinson of Pennsylvania, Atkinson
of Yirginia, Baker, Banks, Bayne, Beck
wit h. Belknap, Bergan, Bingham, Booth
man. BouU'lle, Bowden.Brewer.Browne of
Virgini a. Buchanan of New Jersey, Bur
rows, Burton, Butterworth, Caldwoll.Can
non, Caswell, Cheadle, Clark of "Wiscon
sin, Cogswell, Coleman, Comstock, Con
ger, Connell, Dalzell, Dellaven. Dmglej,
D illiver, Dorsey. Duunell, Evans, Kart.
Karquhar, Feathurstone, Finley, Flick,
Flood.Frank, Funston, Gear. Gest. Gilford,
(yreenlndge, Grosvenor, Hall. Hansbrough,
If. inner, Ilaugen, Henderson of Illinois
Henderson of Iowa, Hermann. Hill, Hitt,
Hopkins, Houk, Kennedy. Kerr, Ketchum,
Kiusey, Laeey, IjJI Follette. Laidlaw,
Laws, Land, Lodge, Mason. McComas, Mc
Cord, McCornncK. McDullie, McKinloy,
Miles, Moflitt, Moore of New Hampshire,
Morey, Morrill, Morrow, Morse, Mudd,
2utc O'Donuell, O'Neill of Pennsylvania,
Pajue, Payson. Perkins, Pickler, Pugs
ley', Quaek'eubush, Raines. Ray. Reed
of Iowa, Reyburn, Rife, " Rowell,
Russell, Sanford, Sawyer. Scranton. Scull,
Sherman, Simonds. fc-iuith of West Yer
sinia, Smyser. Snyder, Stephenson, Stiv
ers. Stockbridge. St ruble. Sweney, Taylor
of Illinois, Taylor of Tennessee," Ezra B.
Taylor. Thomas, Yandeer, Yan Schnik,
Wade, Walker ot Massachusetts "Wallace
of New York. "Wiekham, "Williams of
Ohio, "Wilson of Kentucky, "Wilson of Mis
souri, "Wright, Yardley 185,
Nays Abbott, Aldersou, Allen of
Massachusetts, Anderson of Kansas,
Bankhead. 1 Sanies. Bartine. BRrwigg.
Biargs, Blanchard. Bland. Blount, Breck
inridge of Arkansas. Breckinridge of Ken-
mnn. Clancev. Clarke of Alabama. Cobb,
Cooper of Indiana. Cothrun, Cowies, Craint
Crisp, Cuberson of Te.aJJaxsraHUicridi
s m, Dockery JDunphy, EuuiunUs, Elliott.
Ellis, ifuliKy'-Flow or. Forney. Fowler.
Gtissenhtiimer, Gibn, Goodnight,
Grimes. Hatch. Hayes Haynes. Heard.
Henderson of North Carolina, Herbert,
Holman, Kelley, Kilgore, Lane.
Lanham, Lee.. Jester - of Georgia.
Letter of "Yirginia. Levis, .Mmsii,
Mansur, Martin of Indiana. Me
Clannnv, McClellan, McCreary, McRie.
Montgomery Moore of Texas. Morgan.
Mutchler, bates. O'Ferrnll. O'Neall ot
Indiana. O'Neil of Massachusetts, Oiuh
waite, Owens of Ohio, Parrott, Peel,
Pennington, Perry, Pierce, Quinn, Reiliy,
Richardson, Robertson, Rockwell, Row
land, Sayers, Seney, Shively, Skinner,
Springer, Stewart of Texas. Stockdale,
of Colorado, Tracey, Tucker. Turner
of Georgia, Turner of Kansas, Yenable,
"Walker of Missouri, Washington of Ala
bama. Whitthorue, Wike, Wiley, Wilkin
son, Williams of Illinois, Wilson, "Wash
burne, Washington, Yoder 119.
On the final passage eight Republicans
as follows voted with the Democrats
against tho bill: Anderson of Kansas,
Bartine of Nevada, Carter of Montana,
Kelley of Kansas, Rockwell- of Massachu
setts, Townsend of Colorado, Turner of
Kansas, and Wilson of Washington. But
one Democrat (Wilson of Missouri) voted
with the Republicans for the passage of
The house then adjourned.
IN THE SENATE.
Washington, June 7. The following
bills were passed:
The senate bill to provide an additional
associate justice of the supremo court of
the territory of Arizona.
The senate bill to provide for the com
pulsory education of children.
The senate bill granting the right of way
through the territory to the Hutchinson &
Southern Railroad company (a line from
Anthony, Kan., to a point in Grayson
The house bill to grant right of way
through the territory to the Guthrie &,
Western Railroad company.
The house bill to prevent desertion from
the army by withholding part of the
soldiers' monthly pay as a deposit, etc.
Mr. Yest gave notice that he would seek
an opportunity some day next week after a
speech or two on the silver bill to bring up
for action three bills now on the calendar
in regard to live cattle and beef products.
The conference report on the bill approv
ing the funding act of Arizona was pre
sented and agreed to.
Private pension bills on the calendar
were taken up and 120 were passed.
The senate bill appropriating 93,000 for
a public building at Fargo, N. Doamended
by making tho amount sliJo.OOO and it was
The senate then adjourned.
THE RATES EXCESSIVE.
Trans-Missouri Charges Out of Proportion
"Washington, June 7. Tho interstate
commerce commission sent to the senate
today a report upon the investigation made
by it under a senate resolution directing
the commission to inquire into the truth
of the allegation that tho long and short
haul clause of the interstate commerse act
operated to prevent a reduction on tho
rates of transportation of food products
from the Mississippi valley. The report
begins by synopsizing the testimony col
lected by the commission at tho Topeka,
Lincoln, Omaha, Sioux City, Peoria, Chi
cago, Boston, Baltimore, Now York, New
port News and Washington, the substance
of which has been printed from time to
time, and the commission then discussed
the reasonableness of cost of freight trans
portation at great length, and says:
"We are constrained by all tho facts to
believe that any rate or greater charge
from the Missouri river than 17 cents to
Chicago and 12 to the Mississippi, east side,
is excessive and that the rates should be
so reduced and adjusted and a reduction of
2 cents should be made from stations west
of the Missouri river in Nebraska and
The commission says that the rates on
grain from Kansas and Texas points are
unreasonably high for long distances and
grossly excessive and exorbitant for the
shorter and should be reduced. Wheat and
flour should bear the same rate, which
would nor be more than 15 per cent above
the rates on corn and oats.
"We think no better rule applicable to
the matter under investigation," says tho
comraission,"than that applied by railroads
themselves, in accordance with which
rates are so adjusted as to secure the larg
est exchange of commodities. In tho car
riage of the great staple, rato yields to
moderate profits are both justifiable
and necessary. The rates which wo havo
determined upon as resonable have been
arrived at on this basis. They are from 50
to SO per cent higher in proportion to tho
service rendered than rates east of tho
Mississippi, if estimated on a distance
The commission renews the recommend
ations of its annual reports of lbi8-b9, that
that the third section of the act be so
amended as to make provision for through
carriage at through rates over connecting
A COTTAGE FOR MRS. HARRISON.
WAsnrxoTOX, June 7. Editor McKeean,
of the Philadelphia Ledger, accompanied
by Postmaster General Wanamaker,
called yesterday upon Mrs. Harrison at
the white house. There McKeean on be
half of a number of subscribers to the
gift whose names are known, presented
Mrs. Harrisun with the deed and keys to
the cottage at Capo May point where she
enjoyed herself last summer. Mrs. Harri
son was overcome with surprise. She is,
however, greatly delighted with the gift
and is especially proud because of the fact
that this is thelirst piece of real estate she
lias ever owned in her own name. The
cottage is a large, old fashioned building
containing about twentv rooms and it is
probable that Mrs. Harrison will visit
Cape May point within a week or two to
inspect her now possession and to make
preparation for residing there during the
SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST RA'JM.
Washington, June 7. Representative
Cooper, of Indiana, today presented to the
house a resolution which was referred to
the committee on rule?, directing the com
mittee on invalid pensions to inquire into
and report to the house upon the charges
contained in tho following preamble to
Whereas, Reports are being widely cir
culated through the newspapers reflecting
upon the management of tho bureau of
pensions in which it is charged:
First, that the present commissioner
of pensions has been engaged
in selling to certain employes
of the pension office shares of stock in a
corporation or company of which he is
president, which is organized for tho pur
pose of introducing a patent refrigerator
which, it is claimed, is impracticable and
worthless, and that in consideration of
such purchase said employes are promoted
in otlice; and, second, that said commis
sioner of pensions has recently by an un
just and partial ruling advanced and
caused to be taken up out of their order
manv thousands of the claims of a certain
attornev residing iu the city of Washing
ton, and in consideration thereof said
attorney has become surety on the note of
said commissioner in a bank in the city of
Washington for the sum of 625.000; there
fore, be it resolved, etc,, etc.
ARMY SMALL FIREARM CONTEST.
Washington, June 4. Tho contest for
the armv small fire arms prizes w ill take
ulaee this voar at Leavenworth, Kan . be
ginning September b next. and w ill be con j
uucieu uv i-.ieiiieuHiii ouiuuvi .-umiici,
Eiirt h caviilrv. The members of arms ritle
team will W selected as follows: One J
from the diision of the Atlantic, seven
from the division of the Missouri, and two
from the division of the Pacific with one
alternate from each division. Of the divis
ion of the Missouri quota four will be se
lected from tho cavalry competitors at
Fort Leavenworth, aud two from the
cavalry competitors at Bellevue rifle
A BILL REPORTED ADVERSELY.
Washington, June 7. Senator Mander
sou today reported from the committee on
military 'affairs adversely the bill reported
by himself (by request") authorizing the
president to place upon the retired list of
the armj with the rank aud pay of a brig
adier general any general of the late war
w ho w as in command when one or more
battles w ere fought and won and who was
promoted for gallant and meritorious ser
vice in the field andjwho by assignment of
t he president corrimanded "a military de
partment or district.
, WORK ONf HE TARIFF BILL.
Washington, June 7. The Republican
members of the senate finance committee
have completed the tobacco, agricultural,
provisions, fruits and nuts ami spirit
schedules of the tariir! bill and expect the
bill will be ready to report to the senate
within two weeks.
BISMARCK'S UTTERANCES DEilAND
Chancellor Caprivi Declares That
No Importance May Be At
tached to Them.
The Prince Also . Under the Necessity of
Correcting Bad Impressions in
Austria and Italy.
A Position of Silent Disdain for His
Views Taken by the Emperor and
Ministers The McKinley Bill
Causes Threats of Eetalia-
tion in Prance Old
Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., Juno
7. The highest temperature was 71
the lowest 57, and the mean 64 with
light northerly winds, shifting to south
westerly at night; cooler, cloudy weather,
with .1 trace of rain in tho afternoon;
Last year on June 7, the highest tem
perature was 92, the lowest 01, and the
mean 7G, with 1.50 inch of rain.
Fred Lv Johnson, Observer.
War Department, "Washington, D. C,
June 7, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. m.
For Kansas and Colorado Fair, warmer
weather; warmer Monday; southerly
No Strained Relations Caused by Bismarck's
Copyrighted ISO) by tho New York Associated Press.l
Berlin. June 7. Chancellor v on Cap
privi did not send a circular note to the
powers nor did he communicate with any
foreign representative except the Austrian
embassador on the subject of Prince
Bismarck's utterance in interviews with
newspaper correspondents. The alleged
remarks of the prince to the effect that
Germany was not bound by treaty to as
sist Austria in tho event of a
war with Russia over the strug
gle for dominance in tho Balkan
peninsula caused Count Knnolaky to in
quire how far the emperor and chancellor
shared this interpretation of the responsi
bilities of the alliance. General von
Caprivi in his response avoided the dis
cussion of such an interpretation and de
clined to attach any value to the reported
interviews with the retired statesman.
Priuce Bismarck has written to both
Signor Crispi and Count Kalnoky cor
recting the irritating impressions arising
from these reports of interviews. The em
peror and his ministers concur in respect
lul treatment of the ex-chancellor.
They recognize his full right to a
public expression of his views on state
affairs through any medium ho may
choose. Suggestions have been given to
the official press to allude to Prince Bis
marck only when necessary and then to
speak of him with unvaring courtesy as a
statesman who has rendered the greatest
services to his country, but who has
probably outlived his capacity to guide
the affairs of the nntion. This exactly
represents tho attitude the emperor de
sires the ministers to assume towards
This view of the ex-chancellor's position,
however, ignores the fact that he still
holds intimate relations and a continual
coriespondenco with tho holds of
the federal states and the leaders
of conservatives and national liberals, and
besides maintains touch with foreign
statesmen. The government may soon be
glad to accept his assistance to pass tho
Tho Hamburger Nachrichen intimates
that the prince, if ho enters parliament,
will throw the weight of his influence on
the side of Chancellor von Caprivi, with
whose policy at home and abroad he con
tinues to be in sympathy. Nothing is
definitely decided as to his accepting a
seat in the reichstag, but it is understood
that he will not do so unless occasion de
mands his presence to justify his policy as
continued by Chancellor von Caprivi. The
occasion is likely soon to arise.
Advices from London received at the
foreign office report that Sir Percy Ander
son will arrive here on Monday to resume
the negotiation witH Dr. Kranel, head of
the colonial department, relative to terri
tory in Africa. Tho emperor's proposi
tions made in his communications to Sir
Edward Mallett, tho British ambassador,
have been practically accepted, besides
which the English concede to Germany a
part of Ugamiland.
ATTACKED BY INFURIATED PARADERS
LONDON, June 17. A great labor demon
stration was made today in Hyde Park. It
is estimated that 40,000 men were in the
procession that marched to the park, where
tully 200,000 Jiiore had assembled to take
part in the meeting. Among the speakers
were Sir Wilfred Lawson, William S.
Craine, M. P.; John Burns, the labor
agitator; Michael Davitt and Professor
Stuart. Upon leaving the park Sir Henry
Ilavelock Hallen iu some way incurred
the ill will of the crowd and was jeered
and hooted at. He incautiously replied
whereupon the mob made a rush and
nearly unhorsed him. The policed formed
a cordon around him aud by a free use of
their batons kept back the infuriated
workmen who threw heavy clods of earth
at the officers and tried to break through
the cordon. A few arrests were made.
A YOUNG WOMAN HONORED.
London, Juno 7. A voung woman has
carried off the highest honors at the J.Iune
examination at Cambridge university. The
winner of this distinction is Miss Phihppa
Fawcett, who i bracketted as the superior
of the male senior wrangler in tlie mathe
matical tripos. Miss Fawcett, who is 22
years of age. is a daughter of the late Prof.
Fawcett. "Two other young women. Miss
Field and Miss Lea, are also among the
AGAINST THE LICENSING BILL.
London, June 7. A large demonstration
ngaint the licensing bill was held today.
Those who took iart assembled on the
Thames, embankment aud marched to
Hvde park were speeches against the
measure was made. A large number of
temperance and radical societies took
Kirt m the demonstration with bands and
inner. Immense throngs of sightseers
watched the procession. It is estimated
that there were 45,000 persons gathered
about the platforms in the park from
which ttits various speakers addressed the
ADVICES FROM SAMOA.
APIA. Samoa, via steamer Alameda to
Sau Francisco. Cal., Jnne 7. United States
Consul General Sewellard arrived yoster
day on the United States steamer Mohican
and was accorded a memorable welcome
bv the natives, chiefs and residents of the
isiand. Vice Consul Blacklock was also
present He will remain at the consulate
tor the present. May S was observed by
orderof King Maletott as thanksgiving day.
Services were held by the London. French
and Weslyan missions and were largely at
tended. " '
WORRIED BY JH TARIFF.
Paris, June 7. Some excitement con
tinues with reference to new duties pro
posed in the McKinley bill, and alo about
the vaore tringeat requirements in the
customs administrative bill. Some of the
deputies threaten, retaliation by heavy du
ties on petroleum and other imports from
the United States, The press, however,
remains, as yet, good tempered
RETIRING SALE AT COST!
Still catches the crowds and is now and has been doing the greatest volume of business ever done by any one
house in the city. Come and see the cuts that are being made daily. If they don't sell at cost we put a still lower
price on them to get them out of our way. Cash, Almighty Cash, is what we want. Prices lower than any house
in this wide world.
Largest Millinery Sale
Ever Known on this Globe."
2000 hats for Indies, misses and children
all colors, all shades, worth 50c to $1.50.
Our counters, three of them In the rear of
store, chuck full of them. We are going
to clear the entire lot in as few days as
possible. We are going to put a price on
them that should sell the entire lot in one
day. You can have as many as you want
and you can sell them over and make big
money, or you can save them until next
season if you don' c need them. All go at
Extra force in this department. Trim
med hats at cost, flowers and tiD3 at cost,
black chip flats S9 cents.
32 dozen, 3S4 lace caps, finest qualities
ever put in a cap, worth SI to $2 each, cost
the manufacturer from 75c to SL50. Our
price on the lot, pick your choice, any one
a bargain. All go at 49c each.
If you wait you will miss
way. This means business.
WLLL BE BETUBNED.
Glass Blowera Intercepted Under the Con
tract Labor Law.
New York, June 7. Seven glass blowers
arrived on the steamer TJmbna yesterday
under contract to work in a Pittsburg
glass factory. The collector would not al
low them to land and today the captain of
the Umbria put them off in a small boat in
mid-stream. They were intercepted by the
customs officers and will bo returned to
Europe next Saturday on the Servia.
Collector Erhardt demanded a prompt
explanation of the British steamer's action
in putting the people off in mid-stream
after they had been duly returned to the
ship by the immigration authorities.lt was
explained that notice had been received by
the Umbria's captain of tho return of the
contract laborers and tho reason ho had
not put the people off upon the pier was
that he did not want to engage in a knock
down fight with the custom inspectors, so
he had dropped them upon the tug. The
Cunard company will bo obliged to sup
port the party in this city for the week
they are kept in waiting and to transport
the men to Europe without charge.
They Hold a Sheriff's Posse of Twenty
Men at Bay.
KAXSAS CITY, Mo., Juno 0. Two ne
groes robbed the house of the station agent
at Lathrop, just across tho river from this
city, last night, boarded a freight train
and had stolen a ride as far as Liberty,
where the conductor received a message
asking him to arrest them. The conduc
tor called on his brakemeu to assist him in
taking the thieves. When they called
upon the negroes to give themselves
up, tho latter drew revolvers and
made the trainmen stand back
until they jumped out of the car .and
escaped. Sheriff Thompson was notified
and with a posse of twenty men started in
pursuit of the fugitives. They followed a
trail all dav and finallv located the negroes
fortified behind a rude barricade in the
woods. Tho sheriff called upon them to
surrender. In answer they opened fire up
on him and his posse. The fire was re
turned and one of the negroes was wround
ed. At latest nccounts the barricade was
still surrounded bv the posse which had
been unable to dislodge its occupants.
THE INTERSTATE DRILL ENDED.
Kaxsas Citt, Mo., June 7. The competi
tive drilling at the Interstate encampment
was concluded today. Company G, First
regiment M. X. G., drilled tor the inter
state prize. The Merchant zouaves, of
Memphis, drilled in the zouave class and
theMaurelian cadets, also of Memphis,
competed in tho cadet class. At noon the
Phoenix light infantry, of Dayton. O., ap
peared in the interstate class aud ended
the drilling. Tho prizes will be awarded
trians occupied the fort and the Prussians
attacked and carried it, advancing in con
verinc platoons from the northeast aud
northwest. After several attacks the fort
was carried and tho Austrians routed. Tho
opposing forces were composed ftp
follows: The Prussians Atlanta rillesMcr
chants zouaves, Walsh zouaves,
Marmaduke guards. Tarrar zouave.
Company A. Kansas national guard,
companv H, Kansas national guard, Mus
catine rifles. First Colorado regiment na
tional fencibles, Phoenix light infantry,
Chicago zouaves, Aurora zouaves, com
panv A Missouri national guard, Indian
apolis light artillery, Dickason light artil
lery, the Austrians, Brunswick rifles. Mar
maduke cadets. Branch guard, company N
Third Missouri regiment, Bullene guard.
Hale zouaves, Omaha guard, company B
First Kansas regiment. Scarret guard, en
gineer corps batter A, St. Louis, battdry B,
A HUGE BEEF COMPANY.
DEXVEH, Col., June 7 Articles of in
corporation of the AVestern Union Beof
company with a capital of Sl.000,000 were
filed with the secretary of Ptate today. The
companv is a consolidation of all the prin
cipal stock interests of Colorado, Wy
oming, New Mexico and Texas, among
which are the North American Cattle com
pany and Frontier Land and Cattle com
pany, of Colorado: the Ncucus Land and
Cattle companv, the Fort Stockton Live
Jstock and Land company, ther-n Antonio
Kanch companv, of Texas, and the Phonix
Farm and Kanch company, of New Mex
ico. The principal otlice will be in Denrer
wiih a branch in New York.
EASTERN BEEF RATES REDUCED.
Chicago. HL, June 7. Taking effect
Monday, the Chicago & Grand Trunk rail
way wftl reduce the rate on dressed beef to
42 rents a hundred pounds, Chicago to
Boston and common New Enjrland oints
by way of Montreal. This action will be
a surprise, there having been no previous
intimation of such action 1 he rate will
not apply bv wav of the Niagara frontier.
In tHkins this "step, the Grand Trunk
claims tole onlv preserving the 3 cent dif
ferential it has "always enjoyed. The re
duction, however, is without the concur
rence of Chairman BlflnchanL To meet
the cut, the lines must give three days'
notice, so the Grand Trunk i sure to have
the benefit of it rate for three days at
least. The oricinal disturber of rates was
the Canadian Pacific which, by the receo;
entry to Chicaffo, has become an active
competitor for the dressed beef bttaaess.
Mr. Salbv Carter, Nashville, Tenn:
"Ayer's Sarsapariila cleared my systaia of
uLUJDJlj, 410 Ldhh JJuligido AV
Another sale that will scare the hair off
the heads of our imitators and competi
No calicoes, but Manchester American
Satines, sold everywhere at 12c per yard,
all go at 73C Cheaper than calicoes.
Every column more interesting. Our
stock of surah silks, in all colors, China
silks in all colors. China silks plain and
fancy, worth and sold at GO cents per yard.
Our price, choice, ole
Get others prices on Pepperal sheeting.
S-4 unbleached lSc. 8-4 bleached 'JOc
10-4 unbleached tWc. 10-4 bleached 24c
1000 yards of best yard wido bleached
muslin at 7Kc.
Everything at Cost.
lots of bargains, bring ever
The great closing out Sale.
Fox & Son's Dry Goods, Notions
Our entire stock must be clos
ed out at once.
We can not afford to daly or
Cost or not , cost, the goods
must be sold.
Of course you will come and
see. It would be extremely
foolish to buy any dry goods
until you see our price.
150 North Main Street.
Cl'T RATES NOT YET RESTORED!
tomorrow, Saturday only, we will
sell "E. & W." collars for 1C 2-3 cents. I
Choice of our handsome 75c, 1.00 or
$1.25 neckwear, either tecks or four-1
in-hand for 50 cents. I
Handsome patterns in nejrlijre "ron-1
arch" sliirts-wltn ''Clnett's" Improved p
nterllned collar at .$1.87K "worth ,
$1.50 to 2.75. For Saturday, June 7.
1890. JOE, the Hatter,
149 North Main Street,
I have morecl mv o3ce into thf StnUa-SUanr
bolMlne. No 1S5 N Market 8trpt ground floor. In
writing Insurance It U my aim to writ it correctlr
and by w doing avoid any ralsnnderstancyna be
tween th$ comjxinlw- awl the assured.
It is too late to corrt-et mistakes in Uip wrltiatr of
an Insurance poJIey attr lh- tire h occurrwl td
11 It- of thp utmost im;TtiMic In veryne hoidlnu
an insurance vollry to i-now that It lcorrfcUy
v titn Thf companies lliat I rprertit hare pll
to the popl of Wichita many tho.nd ut dollars
and their policy has always been talraeso in adjust
meat of losses
jr. i. ir. MTLLEn,
135 y Market St.
Savo 25 Magnet Boap wrappers and get
5c caah for ihem 15 tf
Wichita, Kan., June 3, 1880.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
ofllce of the secretary of the Board of Edu
cation until 5 o'clock p. in., June 14, 1H0
for the erection of a four room bnck chool
building on follege Hill, according to
plans ami ppeciflcat.ion; on ale in th office
of Proudfoot & Bird, architects, Wichita,
Kan-sAs. Each bidder will be required to
submit M?paraU bids
1st. For the erection of ballainKaccord
intr to plans of Proudfoot & Bird, with
plan- and estimates" furnished by Smead &
Co. for heatiny apparatus.
to plans of Proudfoot fc Bird, with plaiw
and estimates furnished ty roller & w ar
ren Co. for heating apparatus.
A certified chock for $iX must acoora-
. u -U
The board reserve the right to reject
any or atl oiqs. m. is w a it ,
15-&t Chairman building ami groonds.
Wichita, Kan., Jane 4. 1)
Sealed proposal will b recciTWl at tb
ofike of secretary of board of education
until 5 o'clock p. m., June 14, 1SW, for the
1. Grading and filling arod tbe Harry
street school building.
2. Grading and flUing amend tire Kel
logg school building: excavation of one
foot in ba.eineoi.
S. Grading and fllliag around tbe new
Third ward booi buiidine.
4. Grading and filling around thtt Mc
Coruikk avenue reboot building, went
Bid'' will be received .separate fac each
school. No bids by the yawl or load re
ceived. Sand may he used for baae within
one foot of surface. All bid, to include
material Board merre tha right to re-
UliiriCBS "aiuwe ami gcvwmn. s
rf K fir. 1
ir 535 vw
Look everywhere, then come to the
Globe, we then will have a snap. Every
thing at cost.
Read this and bear it in mind.
Cambrics, elsewlwr Gc Globe 5c
Selicia, elsewhere -s;C, OLuwlOc
Drilling, elsewhere 10c Globs Sc
Clark's O X. T. thread, our price 4c
Leonard' silk thread, our urice Sc
Leonard's silk twist, our price 3 for 5s.
Gauze lJc, Balbriggan 25c
75c underwear 30e 1 00 nnderwesr 40c
1.00 uuderwear 50c 1 50 underwear 60c
2.C0 underwear SPe.
A great many 1.00 and 1.25 percale shirts
now going at 50c
Best brands of calicoes, snoh as Ameri
can, Indigoes, Windsor, Mmichesters, sokl
everywhere at SX. our price tJJc.
ybody's prices, we will down
FEAXCIS T1I1TTAKEE & SONS.
PORK : AID : BEEF : PACKER
bL ft 2ixz v""!r "it- '
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
H. HOSSFELD, Proprietor.
WICHITA WHOLESALE OROCEUV CO,
OFFICE AM) WAHEHOl SE 2Vi TO 33S SOL'TIf MAKKET bTItKET,
p ever, thing in tho gronrv lino, show cma, 5ca1mi anl groerrn fixture
agpnt I'or thf fao jr t,'rand IWpnhUc'' cijrara. alao aoie prorki.i .:
iinvaitv" n! "I.a I iitiiicMitiii" brands. i
the Royalty" and "La IitnortMicm" brands.
THE WICHITA OVERALL AND SHIRT 3IATFACTURISG CO.
MATTA' TflF,R AND JOMtER or
Overalls, J an. Caaimer and Coitonadc Pant; Dock Uaod Coata lVli
Fancy FlannH and Cotton Ovf raklrta: Cimtoa FlaanH
tndxrshirta. Drawers. Etc.
Factory and Salesroom 139 Topek, ttiebtfa. Corrfj4ce MkiJM
'Tk i ii ilai Ik " 1 1 r ItMMM Tferfh I
srtvvftrompim0f tli fftdie Trrttorr.
Taa XoM -jUAac."
Once upon a time the Qoeen of all tl
"Flours. wboe nam waa Imprrud. KM'
a luncberm to bT aubject. When all
w. .MUrfi mt ih hxumt table some of
the "low made" becatn eorkioa of the
oaeeo'o charma and popularity aad crted
em "We are a god m Imperial " The
royal court moger. Prhire Tally-Ho.
arrived at that mouvat in ha eoacfe mm
proclaimed lb rrdict of the pope- 1
penal w upreuv. lm He Imperial"
Then the low bread reWla mad rye facta
sad aaid "Our rake i dootrh: we koed no
mure. Long lire Imperial' !
The Wator hstb ipaimmhag pool J
wanfewh. Eryb&4jr ouJd BOtroala
. . .- 1 1 ii.. m h pi tJL txK klxmaMw
bath with ha gad mtd wttr a &mf j
Used to be5L30. now $1.00,
Used to be $L25, now 75c
Linen cuffs at 9c a pair, linen collars afc
7ceHch, linen collars at 5c each, socks 4
5 and Sc per pair.
Wool Dress Goods
All kinds of nnve'ties at eost.
All kinds of Bick Goods t cose
All kiwis of BriiliftDtiNvs at oott.
Alt kinds of Henrhirs t oost.
Atl kinds of Beiges Kt cost.
All kinds of Drv.vs good oost,
lawn's, cbnlticd, mgtuuns, &ktrtfng!i,
Everything nt Cost.
everything that comes in our
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
OUIt SPEC r A LTV IS
First-Class Goods !
Siar r Sugar CM Meals.
Pure Unadulterated Lard.
Mrkrafol Dressed Beef.
If your grocer does not snpply
you with our gooda send us
your address and we will spud
you the name of one that will.
Now that (he (rnreiing hoapou It
here tlion in inl of a good trunk or
valine should not fail to go to the fa
tory. are headquarters. Ilnv
from ilrt handa and et factory
uic-i. have niurkl thii iIom u
lower than they can 1m thlppi In
for, and are making many nw hi v U i
in ladies and genta' drew t run km. H a
hIho rnrry a ll Hn of NAtrhcl,
P'H-ket and bill lwxk. aampb an i
iiiismal caacN, alao in neb haak"t anl
hoon. Our atork iarompleti. Ifyour
trunk or vali U win f trrdrr h it
it l paired at th- H'lrhita Trunk.
Factory, 'a. 128 Went Donjflaa Ate.
NOW IS TH3 THO TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Imcilzratton Commiti in baM
at work and wqKirte's for Kaoim
Lands art owning in tram all nidft.i.
Scad fall deer1pCtoa of jmur farm
with price to
Smithson k Co.
2O0 EL Dski.Tfc. Wkku, E.
Id ART DEALERS A.'D ARUSE
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