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"FflRT INF knocks onco at every man's
i uiii u iil door."- The iisc Newspaper
Advertiser knocks a great many times at her's
Would not GOING be better than WAITING,
THING LACKING SSSJ&fiS
eration to its Stock, Location and Help, and
neglected to Advertise of coarse failed.
VOL. XVI, NO. 142.
WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL SO, 1892L
WHOLE NO. 2497.
We Court Inspection
of our boy's and children's
clothing, and the closer the in
spection, the better we'll be sat
isfied, and so will you. There's
no guess work about it. It's a
poor rule that won't work both
ways. It ought to be just as
clear to you why you should
buy as it is to us why we should
sell. If we can't make it as
clear, we'll forfeit all claim on
your consideration. Inspection
will do it. You'll instantly
confess that our reasons for
selling are not a bit sounder
than yours for buying. If there
is any doubfc about the matter
you get the benefit of it the
doubt is whether we are justi
fied in selling clothing at such
Come and see us today for
clothing for yourself or boys.
(k-Piice Clolliiers, Uallcrs. Furnishers
126 & 128 -Douglas Ave.
Novelties in Spring and Sum
MILLEE & HULL,
TAILOES & DEAPEES
Corner First and Market Sts.
Chronic Kenoas and Prlate Diseases, such as
"We cannot mention nil our aids to success In these
filsuc-slns troubles, but with the
Wo permnnontlv cure Consumption (In the first
jficcR), itronclilils. Abthma, Catarraa and LinU
Chlorine and Oxygen Inhalation
Are also tuctul ill Luni.', I tiest and Throat trou
bles V offer you equally as cood treatment as
cw York or Chicago. sjod ut les cost to you.
In onr offlcoTTf have tho fine Foradlce and Gal
vanic Battery in the West, and find tint In certain
rrounnd Rheumatic diseases its use elves re
tina table good rcsu.ts.
A Prectalty. New method of treating Piles, Fiss
ure. Fistula, Ulcere, or Itching Disease of the Hea
tum. Cui e guiranteed w lthout pain.
All Dibeas-es of Men
Quickly and permanently cured. Kidney and
Vilnary Diseases. Bladder troubles. Stricture.
Blood roIon. Humor". Ulcers. Scrofula, Varico
cele, 'kin Disease, buch cases resiortd to health
si former days.
come sTmptoms: Dlxzlne. Debility. Defective
'cmorv, V'tnl Losses, Jaco Blotches, Strange Con
futed Ideas, ex.. etc. Come and be healed.
Medicine s-cnt to all parts. fcud for g.ueMJon list
Mid circular, enclosing stamp,
( onsultatloti free and strictly confidential, ho
testimonial asked for or published.
Medical and Surgical Institute.
153 North Main St,
For Family use, in prices rang
ing from 5.00, $S.G0, 10.00,
$15.00. 20.00 to $Xj0.000. Call
or writefor Juxtherj&formation.
THE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS.
216 E Douglas Ave.
Geo. Stabk Miu.sk
BAHGA1XS EST RESIDENCES
HOUSES TO LET.
Vlimwi '220. i:aMarVt r.
srt"?iSaMiirt j f ' ""
Drs. Purity & Jordan,
nave you aeiecuve vision? Are y
farsichted? Have oti nstitnnnff-
Are yon near or
the orbits, temples or forehead, or persistent
i headache? Does it tire jour eyts to read at
night, do the letters blur or run together after
reading for a short time, especially by artifi
cial light? If so you need glasses. Unless
properly and scientifically fitted they will
ruin jour eyes. For thk next thirty das
WE WILL FIT GLASSES FREE AT OOTt ISTITUT.E.
We remove Cateract and restore vision to
many long blind. Cross eyes straightened
in joung without operation, Grannulated lids
cured in from 4 to 6 weeks by a new treatment
and all diseases of the eye sucessfully tieated.
Catarrh deafness, roaring and ringing in the
ears, chronic discharges &c, speedily cured.
DISEASES OF WOMEN-such as displace
ments, enlargements, tumors, laceration, dis
charges, pain in back and groin, dragging
sensations kc, yield promptly to the scientific
application of electricity.
bUKGERY, all the most difficult operation
performed at the Institute.
DEFORMITIES Private blood and skin
diseases, disease of the kidneys and bladder.
nerous diseases, paralysis, St. Vitufa dance,
ueak or lost powers, facial blemishes, moles,
warts, superfluous hair fcc. Rupture Varico
cele. Hydrocele, Piles, Fistula and Fissure
cured without the knife cutting or detention
from business (written guarantee given.) A
thorough knowledge of ELECTRICITY ena
les us to cure many diseases hitherto pro
Drs. Durdy and Jordan will visit any part
of the state in consultation or to perform
Send for circular and question blank, male
Office and Institute 135 Jforth Mar
ket St. Wichita, Kansas.
Ladies cloth top, patent tip, Kid But
ton Shoes - 1.40
Ladies cloth top, patent tip, Kid But
ton Shoes , - - $1.80
Ladies lace, foxed button, patent tip
Shoes - 2,40
Ladies Too Slippers - - 60c
Ladies patent tip kid Oxfords - Toe
Ladies patent tip, lace Dongolas 99c
Mens House Slippers - 40, 65, 74c
Childrons School Shoes 8 to 12, 75c
Baby Shoes, - 25, 35. 45, 50c
lb B.L.SH0BER CD
312 East Douglas Ave.
A E. SHOBER, M'ngr.
Have you caught on to the fact
are selling good, well made suits
from $3.00 to 8.00 below the
lowest prices elsewhere. This we
Here are bargaing:
Boys Knee Pant suits worth
$1.50 only 98c.
Boys Knee Pant suits worth
$5.00 only $3.50.
Mens fine "Wood Brown suits
worth $15.00 only $10.00.
Mens fine Corkscrew "Worsterd
worth $18.00 only $12.00.
Boys Shirt "Waists 15c Boys
Knee Pants 15c.
Good Unlaundred shirts worth
50o only 35o
Come in and see our line of
Satine and Kegligee shirts worth
75c only 49c.
We mean what we say. Come
in and see us. We want to see
P. S. Qood time piece with each
416 East Douglas Avenue
J. R HOLLIDAY,
Bulk Seetls a Specialty.
ulll Goods Warranted
aoi. if s.
.3 7 3 :.- l'ti!?fl
National Chloride of Cold Institute.
-for the Cute of the-
Jjiqrior. Opium. Morphine and Tobac
co Habits, ami Neurcathenia.
For lerm aud olht'r particulars, ad
dres lit.. Purdyand Jordan, Wichita
In Our Window
You will see
In all new designs and col
orings, on sale at
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, 150 North Main St,
New Styles, New Prices
tan's Shoe House,
144 K". Main St.
Some entire new desisms.
The very latest styles out.
The most elegant yet seen
in this city are just being
received and opened at the
City Shoe Store
Embracing the Princess
Slipper, the Prince Albert
Slipper, the Princess Bootee
Slipper, and the jollifier
The ladies are invited to
call and see them.
156 N. Main St
Tli? above s the cnt of tho instrument used
by Dr. Tcrrill in the examination for Catarrh
nnd all Nose and Throat dieses. It enables
tbe Doctor to show his patient the condition
of the affected part", and if needinc treatment
explaining it3 necessity. The Doctor will
Kuarantt-oacareineerycae of Catarrh he
treats. You ran be treated at home, instru
ments and medicine furnished.
Dr. Trrll! liai Jnst returned from Chfcnro. -rrher
holiasbefnUiVInsn coarse in the Post Gradaata
School, and lo a special course in Klectrlclty. thli
belns the econd courw of the kind the doctor has
taVn within the Ut two year. The doctor Is the
onlr phrsiclan in tha Southwest who hs tat-a
t!iee tx-cSal courses In K!cctrle!ly. nnd Is conse-
Suentlr the ouly one tainlllar with Its latest scieull
c application. .. .
D15KAb!s OF "WOMFV-D-. Terrlll. hi? made
diseases ot Women a specialty for the pas: twenty
rears, and tins M. the late Instruments. BatNr
e. Klectrlcil appliances etc frr their successful
treatment, liicludiuirFIbrold Tumors. Laceration.
Displacements. Enlareements. Prolapsus, llcera
tlnoi lucorrbea. Diseases ot the OTaries. Paln'ul,
Irreffulsr or lrofne llenstruatiou.etc.
NERVOUS DISEAbEb-Dr. TerriP wishes to
call the attention orthose sufferlns fro"n Nerfous
Diseae. Paralysis. Nenous Prostration, beminal
Weakness. etc to the wonderful curatire effects
to bo derived from Flectrici'r when cientiflcaily
applied, and desires to stat that he fuily restore?
lost power and vIor In eiiner sex, and pett!Tely
tuarsnteei a cure In the last mentioned disease.
Tbe Doctor lias the lour different batteries ned
Inmedlau treatment. 'Iz. a Twcnty-eisSt Inch
Four Fiat tar c Rettery, also a FlftT tell Cahlna:
Gairanlracd fraradlc Buttery. a'sotaeAnslo-Amer
lean Cautery Hattery and tie Caldwell or Anes
.hettlc Batterr w ith which the Do, torwlll cure HeAd
BChe or any pa'n In five niSnuu-s fre of ccarca
These hatter'es nre the Tery --t manufactured.
lojouat Ldn 'd l e--ed luei-
A hL llli. I LiiJlu effectsofear!
ly vice which bricjs oiraiuC wt.ties.-s destroying
both mind and body, wtfl U tae dreaded ills, per
i-KIN DIsEA-ES-AlI Vindscartd whsre othn
HDKOCFLE AN'D VARICOCILE-A cure tn
tTerycassi NocuMdj. .
KHEUJlATIaJI-PosItlTely cured by the aid cl
PILES, FISTULA And all rectal diseases ccrd
Jfo knife, no pain. A cure ruarameed
LlItniRAL STRICT tRh quick.y and per
manently curl by Electrolysis. No cnuiuc no
pain, nomotxy unt'i cured.
ALL CHROMC DlSshA"ES successfully treated
bVIHlLIb Thai dreaded dleae of mankind
t;uieklT and iM.nnai.en!! cured brtha new treat
ment wlioot tlie po MHitKis 5ru of b--:une, dars.
D.r TerrilVs-Mtcws., ., tatted up&o facts Urn
praci calexptr ei e --ecoad - fce"- va-se J pee
U!i studlwl. to js start in.- rifc; It nS iieu c.it
are prepared in t. amatory exactly to eaca
lr xainnato nnd ctsa"tatioo fr.
iorreipj drace Mil' recte prompt aueatloa.
ol rmtiraU frotc a dtstaBcu. tn otto; rwilHllBr
15S 2ioith Main it. lVichita. K,aa I
f'-Ti, Tl--- s-Y'rr"
City Shoe Store
THE HOUSE STILL EMPLOYED U
A Mock Trial of Absentees, "With
the Speaker as" Judge and the
Members as Jurors.
Comptroller Lacsy Explains Wanamaker's
Connection With the Overissued Stock
of the Keystone National Bank.
A Pension Office Examiner Testifies That
General Eauni Furnished the Money
Sent to Congressman Cooper Rep
resentative Bailey of Texas In
troduces a Bdl to Dock the
Salaries of Members of
Congress Absent With
out Excuse Capi
tal Notes, i
"WASHUCGToy, April 29. More waste of
time is today's record. No business of
importance was transacted, and ex-Speaker
Reed, during a colloquy with Mr. Bailey
of Texas, declared that the present house
w.is a laughing stock for gods and men.
Spe.iker Crisp acted a;, police justice and
thedmnified representatives of the people
served in the capacity of jurors. Before
this august tribunal twelve offenders were
arraigned by the sergeant-at-ai ms, charged
with having been absent without leave
yesterday, and thereby being in contempt.
They looked upon their trial as a farce
and joked with the jurors while awaiting
the verdict. Xor were they in error as to
the outcome. The jurors were lenient and
the prisoners were all acquitted.
In the house this moruiug t'ue speaker
called attention to the fact that at the.
time of adjournment yesterday the ser
ge nt-at-arnis had been given warrants
for the arrest of absent members. He
would now ask that officer to make his
Colonel Hill proceeded to the space in
front of the speaker's desk and submitted
his report. Colonel Hill stated that nine
teen warrants hud been pur. in his hands.
Two members he had failed to find; one
had been suddenly ci.lled away on account
of sickness in his family; four were out of
the city, and he notified the other twelve,
and they had promised to' be here this
The speaker stated that the sergeant at
arms had called on him last night and
asked what he should do with the members
upon whom he served r warrants. The
speaker had taken the liberty to instruct
him to notify them to be present today.
The recalcitrant members were then
summoned to the bar of tho house and
called upon to present such excuses for
their absence ns they might see ilt. Mr.
Bowers of California was the first prisoner
to be arraigned. He said that bis chief
offense consisted in being cJugbt. He had
been present yesterday, tat had gone
home in oruer to answer letters of persons
asking for pensions or postofficeh, or of
some persons who did not want somebody
else appointed postmaster. He had no in
tention of disobeying the rules of the
house. He thought he obeyed them as
well, if not better, than the uverage
A motion to excuse Mr. Bowers was
made, but many members, believing that
the arrest of members for neglect of duty
was not mere child's play, but a serious
matter, demanded the yeas and nays.
Mr. Bowers was excused yeas, 130;
nays, C5 as were all the other absentees.
The Sibley tent bill, which has been
clogging the wheels of private legislation
for the past two mouths, was finally laid
aside with a favorable recommendation,
after having been amended so as to refer
the claim to the court of claims for ad
judication. The Hiram Johnson bill (a Tennessee
war claim) was debated the remainder of
the day without result.
Recess until 8 o'clock p. m.
Nothing wasdoue at the evening session.
THE KEYSTONE BANK INQUIRY.
Washington. April 29. The Keystone
National bank investigation was continued
today. Comptroller Lacey went on with
his story. He said that President Marsh
came to' Washington and called upon him
and told him that there was a certain
overissue of 25.000 shares of stock of the
Keystone bank iu existence. Marsh said
that Lucas, formerly president of tbe
COME AND SEE
Satin finish, 14 karet solid cold,
trimmed with 13 lirjre diamonds and
a ruby, and with a flue nickel move
ment,warranted to be a satisfactory
time piece, a thine of beauty and a joy
lorever to its owner.
Ladies yon may be the fortunate
possessor of it for the sum of $G5.00.
This is only one of many.
M e jruaranteo to save you money on
anything you mar -wish in our line.
Bring us your repairs and engrav
ing. W. W. PEARCE,
Ary TTl nMirrlnc A -rm 1
LOO Hi. JJOUgiciS iLV8
Cheyenne and Arapahoe
'We have the only absolutely
correct quarter sectional
map. showing the
County seats and Eeserres
with all the sections num
bered. Also Land Laws
and directions for locating
sections. Do not b? deceived
bp any other may. Send
votir orders early to avoid
the inevitable rush. Price
Sotlnvesiern 3Jap Publishing Co.
I HU1 tall I 111! to.,
bank, had been interested with Wana
maker in a deal in Reading railway stock.
In order to supply the money, Lucas had
furnished the shares of stock to Wana
maker, who had used them as collateral
and borrowed money to carry out Lucas'
part of the deal. Marsh explained that it
would not be well to attempt to resusci
tate the bank while the stock was in ex
istence, or until some of it was retired.
Wanamaker, Marsh said, had refused to
surrender the stock, though the only rea
son why hs should do so was because he
bad been a patron and friend of the bank.
Marsh said that he had made an arrange
ment with Wanamaker whereby he was
to surrender the stock, but Wanamaker
had notified him (Marsh) that he could
not carry out the arrangement. Marsh
then came to him (Lacey.) He suggested
to Marsh that he go to Wanamaker's
house ana inform him of the overissue of
stock. In the mean time, he (L.icey) went
to Solicitor General Taft and told him that
Marsh was in Washington and could be
arrested before he left the city. Taft did
not act favorably on the suggestion.
Later he (Lacey) saw Marsh, who gave
him to understand that Wanamaker had
not given him any encouragement in the
matter of the surrender of the stock. The
next day the bank was closed,
THE RAUM INVESTIGATION.
WASHINGTON", April 9. The pension
office investigation was resumed today.
Judge Gieenwalt, a special pension office
examiner, who made the investigation
which resulted In Commissioner Raum's
making the charge against Representative
Cooper, wa9 asked if he furnished the
225 to Morgan which Cooper refused
to accept. Judge Greenwalt declined to
answer, on the ground that, in an inter
view, Cooper had said that he intended to
prosecute in court the parties to the
affair. Finally, however, he admitted that
he bad furnished Morgan $23 to send to
Cooper, in order to draw out the informa
tion. He had paid this in good faith, be
lieving Morgan's statement. General
Rauni had told the witness that he should
notsuffer pecuniary loss through the pay
ment of money to get information. The
witness understood that General Raum
would reimburse him out of his own
pocket if necessary; for the witness knew
that it could not be paid from the public
fuuds. The witness was still out the
money, as Morgan had not returned the
$25 utter Cooper had declined to accept it.
TO BE DOCKED FOR ABSENCE.
WASHINGTON, April 29. Representative
Bailey of Texas has introduced in the
house an amendment to the rules which,
if adopted, will assure a large attendance
of members at tbe daily sessions and re
lieve that body from the embarrassment
under which it has suffered lately. The
amend me ut directs the sergeaut-at-arms
to withhold at the end of each month the
pay of a member until be flies with the
sergeant-at-arms a statement that he has
not been absent during the preceding
month. If a member has been absent,
and such absence was not necessary on
account of sickness, the sergeant at-arms
is to deduct the salary for the days of ab
sence. CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.
BALTIMOBE, Md., April 29. The annual
meeting of the National Civil Service Re
form lejicme began this forenoon iu the
parlors of the .Lyceuin theater. Papers
were read as follows: "The Application of
the Reform System to Our Public Labor
ers," by Charles Theodore Russell ot Mas
sachusetts "The Postmaster Method of
Appointment, Term aud Tenure," by R.
1 raucis Wood. George William Curtis
was reelected president of the national
league with great enthusiasm aud entire
At the afternoon session a letter from
William Dudley Ifoulk of Indiana to Pres
ident Harrison, of date Dec. 26, and the
answer of President Harrison thereto, were
read. Mr. Foulk, in his letter, said:
"The civil service reform act designated
postoffices and custom houses having less
than fifty employes as offices to which tho
system is applicable, by providing for us
extension to those places, and was so order
ed by you. The declaration of the plat
form could have no meaning if It did not
refer to such offices. The able civil ser
vice commissioners appointed by you have
repeatedly urged that this system be ex
tended to postoffices having twenty-five
employes or more. Yet during nearly
three years of your term you havo not
made the order."
The president wrote, in reply, as follows:
"I have not time thi3 morning to dis
cuss at any length thequestiou which you
present, or to attempt any restatement of
what I have attempted to do in the pro
motion of the civil service reform move
ment since I have been here. My thought
was that the first thing to do was to sat
isfy the country that the law was being
faithfully and impartially administered as
to those offices already classified. I think
that a good deal has been accomplished iu
that direction, aud there has been an im
portant extension of the classified nervlce.
The subject presented by you, as well as
some other suggested movements has been
having, and will have, my consideration;
but I am not now prepared to announce
any program "
The report of the committee on resolu
tions was read aud adopted.
"The present administration entered on
its duty with unprecedented promises
from its party of a thorough reform, by
extendine the reformed system to nil
grades of the service to which it is appli
cable; by observing tbe spirit of reform in
all executive appointments, and by repeal
ing all laws at variance with
the objects proposed by the re
form legislation. To fulfill these
extraordinary pledges the president ap
pointed an additional commission, which
enforced the requirements of th law and
awakened in tbo southern states confi
dence in its honest operations; a hope that
the quotas of the appointments may be
equalizrd among all states, and has every
where stimulated a wholesome appre
hension. Much has been accomplished
for reform by the force of public opin
ion, by tbe fidelitv of the civil service
commission, and the action of the secre
tary of the navy during this administra
tion; but the solemn promises of ISsS hae
been broken, the voluntary pledges of the
presidentare unfulfilled, and claims of the
Republican party, howrver strong may be
the sympathy of individual Republicans,
to be distinctly tbe party of civil servica
reform is notsostained by the course of tbe
administration; ana against mis gross
breach of plighted faith with the people of
the United States the Civil Servic Reform
administration; and against tnis gro
league earnestly protest.
in the discussion which preceded the
adoption of the report, Dorman B. Eaton , that he will not recover,
suggested that it include a sentence that Tbe duel toot place about two miles
the league commend President Harrison from O.Urnd. De Morny U said to hvtro
because in tbe appointment of nine new f acted with remarkable cootnesi, whUe3Iil
United States judges he had named two . bank was as deliberate as ever in a role
Democrats. Tnis suggestion aroused op- which hns grown familiar to him. It was
position. I a due! in earnest on both sides, altbouzti
The discussion waxed warm, whn Mr. . it is believed that Miibanfc did not meaa
Sclmrz offered, ns a substitute for tbe ,
orinnal amendment, that "the president's i
judicial appointments are a sign oi prog
re in the right direction.''
This was adopted.
GAM3LING AND SUICIDE.
SPBIXGFIEU), Mo., Anril 'JO The arrival
tbis mornini: from Frankfort, Ind., of
Mrs. Jennie Teller, wife of Jame B
Teller, who committed suicide attbeFifiii
Avenue hotel in Kanas City on fcnnday. ,
brings to light tbe fact that tbe canseofj
the suicide was the los of 1230 of his
wife's money at gambling. He wa
ashamed to face her and a forgiveness.
Two pathetic letters from bimawaued her
arrival here. In tbem he said thai he was
addicted to ZAtabhaz. and bad not In
formed her of the fact. 'oiwitastandig
bis small Joss at Kansas City, be had
mnciniue htm here. He was married u
hUwifc at ("huhcotheoa theiiHa. So
went at once to Frankfort, hid . to get her j
bou.vekobl pio-I "-he w a wnkm and 1
ht- went to Kansas- I'ux to ei wn buw .
asd he was a relative of SetJslor le..er a t
WIRE AND CABLE.
PREPAEATI0XS IX EUROPE
MAY DAY OUTBREAKS.
The Anarchists Expected to Create
Trouble in the French Provin
cial Towns at the Elections.
English Socialists Making Beady for an
Outburst of Oratory of the TJsaal In
A Franca Duke Laid up for Eepiirs by
Borrowe's Friend, Milbxnk, tba Duel
ist Five Thousand Houses De
stroyed by Firs at Tokio,
Japan Thirty-Seven Peo
ple Drowned on a
Paris, April 29 Tne recent dynamite
outrages have caused a feeling among the
people that despite the reiterated assur
ances of the authorities that no trouble will
occur ou May day, the first of May will
witness rioting and bloodshed, not only m
Paris, but also in the various labor-employing
sections throughout the country.
Though the authorities have repeatedly
saitl that no trouble was anticipated iu
this city, they are taking the most ex
tensive precautions to repress any dis
orders on May day. On that day the mu
nicipal elections will take place throughout
France, except in Pans, and it is fenrod
that the crowds in the towns where elec
tions occur, excitod by partisau feeling,
may perhaps fall an easy proy to Anarch
ist agitators, who are certain to inveigh
agait the government and society as oc
In Paris, which city is governed by a
special law in regard to municipal elec
tions, no disturbances of a political nature
will, of course, occur. The Anarchists,
however, are given to take advantage of
any popular excitement to make trouble,
and they may perhaps try to incite the
city workingmeu to not. The police will
attempt to prevent nay speechuiaking on
the streets, and a large number of military
will be held ready to aid them if required.
In addition to the regular force stationed
in Paris, the garrison has been reinforced,
antl six regiments of cavalry stationed out
side the city will be held in readiness to
Mart at once for Paris on receipt of tho
signal. All the public buildings and
monuments will be guarded by soldiers,
placed at intervals, while others will bo
concealed to prevent their direct contact
with the crowd until it is necessary. The
prefect of police, in an interview today,
said that he felt confident mat May day
will p.iss quietly.
Tho ponce made another raid npon
houses occupied by Anarchists today.
Paris, April 29. Two soldiers were ar
rested at Marseilles today on suspicion ot
being in communication with the Anarch
ists. The police of Laon, department of
Aisne, today received a number of An
archistic placards that had been affixed to
the walls of the prefecture of police, the
mayoralty, the law courts, and many
private houses. The placards declared
that the buildings would be blown up.
Five Italian Auarchists were arrested at
Nice today, and will be expelled from
Fiance. All the recent incendiary fires iu
the town of Lieugeac were catiecl by in
fernal machines containing inflammable
matter, in addition to exposives.
PARIS, April 29. The public galleries of
the bourse were closed today in conse
quence of tbe receipt of a letter threaten
ing to blow up the bourse. A bomb, with
a haif-bnrnod fuse attached, was found in
the Rue Fleuris today. Two loaded bombs
were found near the church of bt. Denis.
The sub-prefecturaat Espulion was burned
today. Tho fix c is attributed to tho An
archists. LOMJOK, April 29. The celebration of
May day in London will be confined to a
demonstration iu Hvda Park. This dem
onstration will probably bo coullned to
speeches. It, has already been arranged
that sixteen platforms shall be erected
from which relays of speakers will address
the crowds, lhe list includes the names
of Cunningham Graham, tbo Socialist
who represents tbe northwest division of
Lanarkshire in the commons, Tom Maun
and Ben Tillett, labor leaders, and htep
niak aud Volchowsky, exiled Russian
Nihilists, 'lhe action of the authorities in
urrestiug the editor aud the publisher ot
the Anarchist paper.lthe Common Weal, is
likely to exercise a wholesomo restraint on
tUoso who are inclined to be turbulent.
The authorities predict that everything
will be quiet. Resolutions will be adopted
declaring that the establishment of an in
ternational eight-hour day will be a most
important step toward the ultimate
freedom of the workmgmen, and urging
parliament to pass tbe eight hour law.
Nearly one hundred foreign Anarchists
are said to have arrived in Londou during
the past week, but the revolutionists de
clare that the greater portion of them are
sham Anarchists, bent by the continental
police to watch and report the doings of
the refugees in London.
Barceion A, April 29 A raid wan made
npon Anarchists today, nnd a iarg? number
of them were captured. Among themj
arrested was Vincentl Lorenzo, an inti
mate friend of fUvachol, and leader of the
THE M1LBANK-DE MORNY DUEL.
LONDON". April 29 The report of ndurl
between Mil bin): and a French opponeut
is confirmed Milbank's aataxonita w
the due De Morny. who was wounded. The '
quarrel which led to tbe duel occurred in
the restaurant of the Grand hotel at Brus
sels, and grew out of the Drayton-Borrowe
trouble. De Mornv was wounded, tbe re
Dortsavs. eriouslr. The report intimates
to kill, but to hit jost where he die.
Morny. it is aaid. aimed for Milbank'e
heart, evidently with the pnrpoe of giv
ing him a deadly shot, but mlvfd by
hardir more tnan a hair's breadth. If he
had aimed at the body be would probably
have at leat wounded his antagonist.
When he received the wound in tbe thigh
he wanted to cava another ftbot, bat, as
the wound was bleeding freely and ap
peared from it location to be (Ltaeertm.
tne coad woald not permit It. The doc
De Morny baa a bd aoctal rrpatatfott. and
comes of bed stock. Tae Ds Moroys are
weaitby. baring amused a fortnne daring
the empire. Tee presoet doke received
enormous dot wtie ku wife, Carlott.
do;bt-r of Guzman BUoeo. ex president
asi ex-dtctaloc ir. Vaofzuci.
ORlcrt AL Kt.Vs
? FA.cir. April S Th t&tmm-
hp Beisrw.. wbiea mrmA uh!t. Ueima.
AeC-iU of a itreat lire at Toiw. JaJMt, ewt j
April 1ft Bre xtkmrVtthei lfa W Ud j
eoflkcsmed ZM& Iwwnw, ildi forsr 1
anttxhcpmlidt itM y ma
bu ,dcgs and scJioef. Xt. i -f .jfe is
variously estimated at between seven ant?
The steamer Raiden Mara was sunk bi
floating ice in the Kushiro harbor, ant
forty persons were drowned.
There was an election riot in Shiragui
on April 9, in which thirty-four person
were seriously wounded.
A tempest raije.l along the coast of
Iainoyosbinimia aud Chiba on April 1,
and of thirty fishing boats out attha
time, eight were wrecked, and the others
have not been heard from. Niuo bodies
have been washed ashore from the.
The trading steamer, Eprumo Maru.
struck a rock at the entrance to an island
in the Korean archipelago on April 4. and
sank. Of the fifty persons on board thir
teen were saved.
An explosion of fire damp occurred at
the Horonaj colliery on March IS. Oct
hundred aud fifty convicts and seven
hundred miners were employed in tha
colliery, of whom a number were killed
and several wounded.
The small pox is raging in Yokohama,
and it is said that several hundred cases
have resulted fatally.
THE DEEMING TRIAL.
MELBOURNE, April 29. Thttrial of Fred
erick Bailey Deeming, alias Williams, for
the murder of his wite at Wiudsor, a su-
uuro ot Melbourne, was continued in tno
central criminal court today. Several
witnesses were called by the prosecution.
They all testified to the quarrels that oc
curred between Deeming and his wife
w hile they were living at Windsor.
AKTOONY, Kan., April 29. Special
Tho Harper county Women's Christian
Temperance union held its annual'conveu
tion In this city on Tuesday and Wednes
day of this week. The session was one of
the most interesting ever held in this part
of the state, nnd much good work for the
cause of temperance Is being done by tnis
thoroughly organized body. Several
promiueut speakers were in attendance
from abroad, and tho exercises cloMd
Wednesday evening with nu interesting
procram ut tho opera house. Miss Evm
M. Shouts, a dramatic reader aud imper
sonator of national reputation, was
present nnd took a leading part in the
evening's entertainment. She is an elocu
tionist of rare ability aud deserves the
meritorious reputation she bears.
Oliu Forbes and Lawrence lloldridge,
two of Anthony's most studious young
men, have returned from an eight months'
trip abroad. They visited Paris, Londou
and other large cities, and attended the
Frederick Wilhelm university atBerliu
one term. They think sunny Ivansu 'aud
Harper county tho best place ou earth.
The Aucient Order ot United Workmen
lodge at Harper was reorganized la!
Tuesday night. Thirty new mcmbcr
were added to the membership. The
.Hutchinson, Argonia and Anthony lodgri
were represented In large numbers and all
report a good time and speak highly ol
the hospitality they received at lhe hand
of the Harper" lodge.
The Odd Fellows anil Ilebekahe of thU
city appropriately celebrated the eeveuty
third aunivenary ou Tuesday evening by
giving an entertainment and rupper.
A Columbian entertaiumeut will be
given by the Anthony public chooU thin
evening. Professor McUarrah ia doing all
in bis power to make it entertaining aud
Grant Travis of Anthony and Mr.
Kulley of Sbeuaudoah, Iowa, will run a
foot race at this place on June 2. Here U
a chauco toput up noma "stufL"
THE SCOTCH-IRISH CONFERENCE.
ATI.AMA, On., April 29. The second
day of the couveutiou of the Scotch-IrUU
society opened with an increased attend
ance. Professor II. A. White of Washing
ton and Iee university delivered an d
dress on " Three Ideals: Tho Puritan, tba
Cavalier, antl the bcotch-Irish." Other
speakers were Professor McClosknf of
Princeton, Dr. Quigg und Major IL C.
Smith, (Bill Arpj
George Frye ot Springfield, O., Blade a
motion, wniuh was unanimously carried,
nominating Governor McKmley of Ohio
for membership iu the Scotck-Iruh eoclaty
Pat Calhoun tonight addressed the con
gress ou the Scotch-Irish of Georgia,
nhowing that the sUU U Scotch Irish and
TAXATION OF INDIAN PROPERTY.
GCTHKIK. O T, April 9 Indian Com
missioner Morgan bas rebdered a deolaien
which is of grat Importance In thui terri
tory aud to all other states and territories
where Indians havo Ix-en allotod land.
When the assessors of County 13 attemBUd
to n.KHtss the personal property of tbe Pot
tawatomies a abort time ago, thoy objected
on the ground that, as they were not al
lowed citizenship, it would not be Just to
tax them, neither would it be legal, aa tba
Dawes bill exempted them from taxation
for twenty five years. These Indians sio
quite wealthy and tbe question ?. thert-
tore, one of Importance, It waa enJBuillted
with argument to the coinmU4onr at
Washington. Mr. Morgan holds that in
accordance with the general allotment act
the Indians are exempt frcin taxation ou
real estate, but aa this same act makes
them citizens of the United States ae soon
as their land Is patented they are all now
subject to the laws of Oklahoma, both
civil and criminal, and consequently sub
ject to taxation ou personal prperty
THE TERRITORY d A. R.
SOCTU McAlebtkk, I. T., April W. Tb
department ot the Indian Territory, Otaad
Army of the Kepubllc. met here In aattnat
aession yesterday. Ilaln Interfered with
tbe intended program, and the old eoldUra
necessarily camped in hotels, instead of
the park, lhe court houae waa utilized
in tbe afternoon for the aoonal btuiito
meeting, speeches, mrulc, etc, followed by
another enthusiastic meeting in tae even
ing. This is tbe second annual rennloa ot
oki soldier in tbe Indian Territory uader
tbe Grand Army of tne Kepuktlo organi
zation, Colonel L. C. Calkins ot this city
b$iog tbe first department commander
The officers for next year are as follows.
IL W Hill of Muskogee, commander,
hdward hpenn of McAJester, mo lor tIo
commander, J. IJojI's of Tableqoah,
junior vie commander; Dr. A. Gnffltb,
medical edrlner. Rev. J M. Maldron,
chapUin. Reuben Letnaater and W. A.
Thorn .son were selected a delegates to ti.
national encampment at Wasuiorftoa next
DCX.CTH, Minn., April i. Private ad
vice from WablBgtoa, where taveral
Daluth men have ba at work In the la
tertnt of tb ?rat lac channels aod tltto
water navigation from Daluih to tbe mi;
indicates tbat there 1 a strong proba&uity
tbatreUliatorr mare will U taken
against Canada beau of ta impoeltloa
of tolls on Amercan vessels paMlng the
Weilaad and t Lawreoc canals. Wha
Canada n:vapotvi tolls on American
vessels this tpring paastnjf tLe
canals, the tinlion ui rifrrtary
Blaine was bronbt to the matter by Sec
retary Ttompon of the Duiutb ciuusUr
of 30Dtoere aod by a repretenlatlr of
the Oswego board of trade, and retaliatory
meaanrea by charging toil os ait Canxdl
at reli tJiMtsg the Great Saoit Casai
into Iike Superior wre prpod. Secre
tary IJjUne waa at oaca latxreated is the
matter. &d after a number bt cosfexeace
h-. cxe to tte ecnaeoa to at csea taxi
tetM toward ibAttgtiratiSiC a sJaUta ol
uhU. la a few dy t nxatUr will prob
ably b-5 mad pubitc frees Waahisgtos-
TH EttCLISH COMMONS.
Low, AprsI at - ! Um metwitit to
aVtjr M. Ctor mum fWrr t !t
goTffrsavat fw tvo fUttafc aaei Itttasd
was rejevicd y a vote of Ti Ui 14.