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WICHITA, KAXSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10. 1S92L
WHOLE NO. 26S0.
qp a y fyst ""W " f
S5y . f "iT I
ei w n& sa h -
1 pf ."a W 53 S3 13 Bi i w If m S ia X
re in order just now, both in
Lie way of buils and stops lo
J icomorion Ve have in stock
a nice Jine of the former, and at
prices lower than ever, for well
made form - iitting Clothing.
omp while the sizes are yen un
bro ven. Can save you money
to jay on Clothing, Jlals and
Furnishings. Suitible holiday
gifts would be S al Caps, smok
ing Jackets, Fine and Embroid
d Neckwear and Suspenders.
G ne in and see us and save
One-Price Clothing, Hat,
and JTuiiiishuiar House.
Diamond Lace Pins,
Diamond Neck Chains,
Diamond Jewelry of Every
Diamonds Remounted and
Wm W. PEARCE,
403 R Douglas Ave
For the Largest
Assortment o fine
novelties in suitings,
overcoatings and trou
serings, call on
LLER & HULL
TAILORS - AND - DRAPERS.
Cor. First and Market SK
J. " ft& ?Ji
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY.
DRS. PDJRDY & JOEDA2N
Cl niterpcllij- the slate of ICnn'Wi for th
In. 'limit of all Chioiuo .mil fcuigieal D
.isinil l'triiiniientlj lotuted in Wicluta
n li hororubtc iih Iliads and the employ
iiKLtolonh th 'nost tcientifio siiccihIisis m
li' sl,i-ni depirtnients, the Institute litis
ln t rd tht'c nit it-nee of both the iirofesbioa
n ii tl l lnit titro bout tlieMmtlnvest.
l'l AM) YKH DEPARTJ1ENT. In
c nj.e of h t-Killid UetiliM, l utnrnet roniotu
ni i) sjj.ut rMoi-1. Cross tes straiclitenid
mi il c joutiR without opttaliou.) We euro
kr.mulated lids, eloMire of tcur duels, diseases
f f leiniti and mrc. ptorjemm, all elironic in
r.unations, w mi is im lidb, &c. Glasses fccien
tuit nlH iidjusteel.
(Al'VUHH ABSOLUTELY CURED in
from IS) to tW das, ,w honit tuiitment.
J riiiMiLil. Ikoai-utc or linKin m the ears,
ci n iiip di-i lmv, elosun of etistaehiau
tubes, and all tonus ol ilefoeme bearing tci
ent lu ilb t 'fated.
DIM AbE OF OMEK.-In thi- depart
n ent our facilities an tuebebt, eeure where
otcers fail, as hundreds or testiiuouialt, m our
ci.ee will Iort. 'iho wouderlul euratiie
tflictsof l.ixrrKiciT nredtmoi.s(nited daily
It cur institute, cumis: permanent 1, tumors,
en it m mint, disjuacetnenis, LACtitATniNs,
1 u'ltul, irrepulttr. upIlr sniI tr profuse
I, iiistruntion. chtonie disthatxestc.
AK"i OUOA-N. All opinions jn en nftcrcire
I jl el mieal i.ad iu i-osoopical eAaminiUioiis
ibungus locureinilHinniaticn, !irHel. dta-
v c s, f.litjt, i ital he-, stwi matoi rhoia A.c.
s 1 illLl.s can be cured no matter bem lone
it Lin;. V titteusuarauteesntn ifdtired.
Ci tOKMITIEfe fetich as club foot, eura
t e ot thftpiue, hip joint disease, hare hp.
iV , ti.atcd buecesef ull) , tcri ease uudei
-jiiciiitK cured by electriclt. no iwin.
citJuc, n ftretcbiU(?, TiUib.. Fi$Ln, Fls
ii I.. iucexTJ u IIidhockijs AcaDsulute
- cuim without detention Iroin biisiut-s, 2,0
KMiL,oe.tlalo, ol,Al. Cures Luarau
1 t URF. RUPTURE by a new process.
v "i iss, no cutLLgoi-e' ition or iwin. Cure
' t wtk.
1 x am mat ion and Opinion Int?. Send for
c esticm biank.
lib. PLRJ'Y AND JORDAN
3Sf . JlaiLot i. lclntii, 1v.hu.is
Ihink of the Milv. auLee Pire and
ftiSURE WITH KNIGHT BROS.
soo o3:TJI AiAi.
Larpo Ascm-v. A-l Ainculcnu and
intflifch toiniiunies. Telephone 64.
.uU.OTmBTOwmPLaMau i05J3&IM3Swv3j Pr.m.Piitlj tstabh-lio.1 .t WMilt i. for tT,e
I U'?Mi?iSTi ttiaui-i,tofall Ui-omc " . i us liluoii, Skin and
wg2v WICHITA lsAlhrtH. i IH lor ill. I'iesm,t of V Kniisim Mate
T talh '4z'&i8&2?&h Qj&d?-f&fjh& J'f mil iiid Mir I liistltmtin sunt rlum. i.hs
SWSjJv --r-,-rs - a. -r , ZtL3, tWw?.-; T " t 1 iff t - - .., ,, ,,irnd fuiin Nov "iork t t. liore lie litis
o&a 4rvJ3 m i 1 1 r i i
F vwSS-" AND j
aPr TTnVTVTT I
fv vj ; ; a i
.Diseases of Men.
The effects of excess
or jouihful indiscre
tions undeveloped .mil
weak men. hope and
Mrendh restored, -oiuo
l- llltOlllS SC.XI! tl mc ak
in , dl7HH'&Slll I Oil-.
ness poor lixmoiN,
lt-Mlc-b sieer) dejiond
iiic, unlittidneis to
liuuy, ;looiri lorebo 1
)!!', Mini lotce, con
1'it.td IJljls, our trv
liiivi'nKi1' the diBc iso
( dine to US w it la tonil
li noo foi mi cm bo
( uitd. hem for ques
tion oiicnkir No 10.
Lack of Confidence,
Tliroat, Chest and Lmm
by oilice or" heme
ations ofhot med
icated air, Im
Sprays and Va
(III lirbf Stiie)
Queatioti LislNo. 1.
PAT FOLKS KPDUCEP A i eduction of filtecu to twenty pounds ti
muiilli nMnfiH'd by Dr. Snyxlei-'arieabneut.
3tUJ'J'U!tC CUJIE1) -without operutiou or danger.
Set Cuie lor ltheuinatihin.
'1 lie true Plns'clmi neds no testimonials bufforln? humnnltv flndt the lp-t5omcef relief
Consult ition by letter or 111 pt rson htilctlj ncit-t. Send 0 tents in bUtuiiis loi u.uesUou list, .MedieiutJ
bent to a 1 lolnts
Correspoudeuco answered in English, rrench or Geiman.
Dr. Boyd's Medical and Surgical Institute,
155 North Main street, "Wichita, Kansas.
m-SVNJj ''tft'sSrMf,iJ'i Jl co11 orH, ' -'ad Oh irtrred under n(t ly virtue of '
n rli on f d e iwi uid private Inefnn ttoi In rtcctii ttv ' 'tis tsth- il irdsp. co st ta enothn
doiioi tin 1 ihe list f'.m viar'.and de i- ihoonl plsi an In the v titiiuesc who liu t iken iti e
lilies tn ilnunio disease mi' te ir 0 i 1 d Is toiisqiu 1 tin? m one fiiml im wit 11 li 1 iis
- .nilti ii,)"irnsau icmtd'cs. ! I e .he or li s brr.ii.'lu wi'h linn from Ne !k Ci '! fi est
1 hi linitr v m do and Ii s the cm. fnti of ki wtiijr llul t m re is rot 0110 like it e-t of C i ro
In 1 sniiriu .hi tunic il thr offer i 11 d l Btte ie .11 ' !e tiicn1 M pllenof . is 111 li is nil rf iho
1 f suri' oil it stn nif-nts ni d rcmedus a ,r eat m in o wii ch ire not to 1p fout d in an other fPce
tl i .! soutliwest Tin cVtt 11 1 -im fit ii i t I -ltuu s Hliovftl !, (liand eei one llie iatnt
ni'il 1 l -nnrn atnueil A rsll t llie dfx 101 's oftiro i 1 coimum tin moi-t, cptlcul tli I tlio abuo
st ittn nt isioitm The fo lowing spi. 1 il d tistin onii.1 sjuks for iiself
"ill' is tooTlifj tlin' In .7 H I on HI f AMchitv. K n his if eel veil flom me 1 thoionsh
ronre if i isttiiciion in FWti-o-TlieriiK'itics 1 believe him to be in er wii compett m tou-eelec-tiit.lt
in inedniue lnlel'icei tl miff etttcualli. "A. U- l.OCKW hLL. 11. U '
f lwk iittinlnrWIi. iSfi-i
Dr hoelnellls tlie e-oii-lo ni autlior of ' Hear 1 A T?c knell's Treatise on the Metl!" 1 and unrleil
I"e- f l iei tiitii ," ic , a so formeiK profi-n of elrcti-o tl enipentlis at tiie Nc w York l'o-i Giadu
hU "Medical tcnool and hospital, and eletiro-theiaieuUsl to the i man's llo-pital of the Mate of New
I he nbove Ii cut of the Instrument uel b I)r. TenU' in thrrTunlnation for Cntirrli and nil oo
and 1 1 umt dt-mws. HtiiHb cs thedocuu to si ow his patient the lonflltloii or the affected part and if
wliiii;iit jtni-nt explain ne Its nee. ssit llierttcior Ins the litest Improved treatment, lti-tnmienis
and i plini cs. liistrumei vnd midicino lumii-licd for hrine treitmaut. A cure guaranteed in
ttr 1 ise
UIM Al S Or WOMKV Dr. leulll has nijide dlcrase of Women ipeclalty for the pat twenty
vfiirs-aiid !.s nil the laid Instniiiniits, liaitnii Hectrl il appiiiiKt-, en f r then siuie:,sftil
reatment, iiuludln 1 Ihioid Tumois LaceiHtioiis, Displacements 1 nlarctment J'rolapsus, Uloera
linos I 1 ueotihca DIcase-of iho Ovules, fi in ill, In-egulir 01 Irofe Jlenruation. etc.
M-KVOl'Si DIbKAhKt tr Itirlll wiMie to cill the attention of those suffrtltt.: f'otn Nervon
DKeuses, Paralysis. cnia rros'iatlon. sPminal Weaki ts. etc to tho womierful curative effects
to be derived It om leetticlt) when scientltleaily applied, and iltsie tostnte that he fu'l restores
lost power niul icor In either 1-0-. and posltiel unrantecs a cure in tliel 1st mentioned dlseasu
At'T'T 11j T T 1 i 'llie awful effects of carl ice which blinds oicanic weakness,
OUJLtJLli VUJiAAli, deslroyiuz uoth uilud and body. ith ull the dreaded lib. per
manent ! cured
e give a "Written Guarantee to Cnre tlie following Diseases:
Cntarili. t'ious Utelhral
Piles, Pro&tiution, !tiictiiie.
Lost .Manhood, Varicocele. Skin Disease,
Seminal 3I clioccle, JS philis. in
"eakneas, llLouin.itism, a 11 its. 1 onus
W9 cive riecti leal hath", with llaieace Treatment anil Swedish 3Ioemtnt. Jura. 1. n. Baldwin,
who l an expert, will lmo charge of the ljntles' Devmrtment.
t aminatlon and consultation free. Coircspoiideuce will tecelve prompt attention.
bn 1 foi Qoe-tion bl ink
Send 6 cfe for lxxk on dlse a-5 of men only
bend i els for book o 1 luonic disease? and iet!monIiR
15S ortli Main street, "Wichita, Kansas.
'Sill 1? 1 18, B ?
Fifteen per ceut discount on all "Wheels, for this
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Cheaper than ever before offered. Cash or time. Send
for price5 and catalogues.
Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos. Violins r Music Boxes
make nice Christmas presents. Call and se them at
ys-jf a i. a 1 ifi v it t 3. r
407 East Douglas Avenue.
POPULAR :-: MLIC :-: HOUSE.
-:--EAGLE x CORlSrTCB x WORKS. -x --
8S4 MXKTH .Mi.N hTltKKT.
Ahimifactnrers of (.Tnlvanizetl Iron, and Copper tornice: Tin.
"ojper, lion, :ud Shite Kooiinij Work done in any pr o the
cotiiury. Kit imaie furnished on nppliciicion.
uwia " CASV.-JLL & BUOKLE.
r TVT i 1 M " "8
Diseases of Women.
Micct'feH of this Insti
tute in tre.itins Dis
eiise of Women Las
compelled Hi to add
ihi-s line of Spectal
lbti to our uoric.
Applhinces and Bat
te'iies in the State.
Bladder, Urinary and Ilectal
I Tioubles r.iused bv
contagion, oe" Indul
!j;encisoi .teute mlla
lu.ition, liricjliH (li'
e.tiM, of kidue j s, dialn.1
t(s, lilkj uime, pain
1 nl suillin. blood dis.
i.i-e, pmiii rbe i l.oi
of bov s.ebiouie'diar
rbe.i, wd miiis,
old wires nuiekly una
pciniaiienth eined by
mild Intruded treat
inuut, Mieee-s in iei
ease umieit.tl.eii. bend
lor questuu Hit .No
TIIE KANSAS STATE MEDI
CVL ASTD SURGICAL IN
STITUTE AND SANITA
RIUM. 1 foi tlie :is si vfoks. tnl iiiB ti tlir IOUIH-
M UUilli Li
i s.j s ci .
More Room Needed
To Display our Great Stock
. of 'Holiday Goods.
Bargains in following de
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, 150-152 & Main St.
AFTER RAUM'S SCALP.
Washington, Dec. 9 Representative
Enloe, who insisted in conducting the
prosecution of the investigation of the
charges aualnst the administration of the
pension office at the last session, has re
turned to V,isimi!!ton. Theinestigatin&
committee has, formally reported .1 lesolu
tion, iccitiuc that it is the judgment ot
the house that Couunissione'r Ilium
should be removed lrom oilice by the pres
ident. .Mr. Euloe said today that he ex
pected to ast the committee on rules to set
aside a day for its. conHleration. It is
probable that Mr. Enloe will ask the com
mittee to continue the luvestiation. He
thinks that some action will be taken by
(oniess that will lesult in lopping off
from the pension rolls the names or a great
number of persons who have up right to
THE CHINESE EXCLUSION LAW.
Washington, Dec. 9 A big petition
for the modification of the Chinese e.clu-
sion act wus presented today in the house
by Representatne Andrew. By unani
mous consent it was ordered prmted in the
Rtcord. The petition is signed by more
than 2 oCO piominent people, of Mass ichu
setts and asks tor the iepe.il of the Ge.uy
act prohibiting the coming of Chinese into
this couutrj, txeeuting tiie fiist section
theieot regarding the regulating of the
coming of Chineso into the Umted States,
which is usked to be cont.nued in loico for
ten 3 ears. Jlr. Andiew introduced a bill
c u rj'ing out the purpose of the petition,
and both were referred to the committee
on foieiu affairs.
School Shoes at cost
December and January sac
rifice sale Kid, Goat, Grain
and Calf Heel and Spring
Rubbers for little ones,
312 East Doilas Ave.
A. E. SHOBER, Manager.
Mozart School of Music
Grcit improvements h tve recently been
made in the Moz-crt Sciiool of Music 1 he
teaching of piano ami theory is thorough
t-qu il to tlie best schools in the country.
The modem Mason system, which simnli
fif's difficult p,.ssiges. is taught here. Mrs.
D Hajs. tne principal, has recently taken
a postgraduate course under the creat E
M Bou man (director of music at Yassar
college and president of the American Col
lege of Musicians), who recommends her
bighlv, and the author of the Mason ss
tetn. Dr. William Mason, after examining
her, sas as follows;
"New York. Oct. 7, 1892.
"Mrs D Has ot Wicnita, Kan., was re
cently eT.imin"d by me in tbe practical
application of the various exercises iu
touch and tccUmc As a result of this ex
amination it gnes mo pleasure to be able
to ei.pre's my confidence m her ability to
leach the system intelligently.
Tlie above recommendations are lrom
masters of the highest authority in thii
FortVrms cill on or address Mrs. D.
Hays 1G, 17. 22, Bitting block
Mis Id i feperrv, teacher of guitar and
mandolin, room --
Is neaily here. Have you given
it a thought? Do not wait until
the lhst day before selecting your
holiday gifts. Come now. Our
line of Diamonds, "Watches, Sil
verware, Jewelry, Ait Pottery.
Piano Lamp3, Cut Glass and in
fact, everything, is large, well se
lected and low in price. Come
and see us: if we have not what
you want we can get it for you if
you place your order early enough.
EDWARD YAM CO..
106 East Douglas Ave
i .a . aiear
GEO. 2:74 XtU.Sk
ERA OF REITPEKATIOX
Pisrit ta st t-vorubc apvurtm-iiT to Bake
sate bd waSikttir real ettai IsroCMctMa.
rn "-a i .. i
THE BINDING AND PRINTING BILL
PASSED BY THE HOUSE.
Objector Kilgore's Latest Dilatory
More Checkmated by the Com
mittee on Puiles.
Th& Bill Providing for the Election of Pres
ident and Vice President by Direct
Yote Eeady to ba Eeported.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
IJttkes a Euling in Eeference to Eates.
on Finished and Unfinished Furni
ture General Eaum's Kemov
al to be Esquested of the
President by the En
WASHINGTOX, Dec. 9. On motion ot Mr.
jUcMilhu of Tenuessee it wus ordered that
when the bouse adjourn today it be to
meet on Monday next.
ISlr. Catcbings of Mississippi, from the
committee on rules, reported a re-solution
amending tbe rules &o as to provide that
ou&iuess coming over as unfinished from
one session of congress may ba considered
immediately ac tbe meeting of a subse
quent; session of tbe same congress.
The tollowinj committee appointments
were announced bv the bpeaker:
Judiciary Mr. .Fellows of New York.
Public buildings and ground- Mr. Bretz
Enrolled bills Mr. Scott of Illinois
(chairman) and Mr. Oliver of Ohio.
Naval titTaiis Mr. Brown ot Maryland.
Military affairs Mr. Gorman of Michi
gan. Education Mr. McLinrin of South
Invalid pensions Mr. Cadmus of New
Militia Mr. Sipe of Pennsylvania and
Mr. McLaurm of South Caiultua.
War claims Mr. Ilillbern of California.
Expenditures in the postoffice depart
ment Mr. Sipe of Pennsylvania.
These appointments, weie made to fill
vacancies already existing ou iiccount of
the death or lesmnatiou of member;..
The consideiation of senate Dills (with
hou-e ainendmeuis) relative to public
piiuung and binding was then resumed,
and Mr. Holni.ni of Indiana withdrew his
motion, wiucli wa pciutiu, to recommit
the bill, nud by unituimous consent tae
bill was oidered to a third reading.
Mr. Holmiin ino"d to strike out those
clauses of the incisure wincu 1 elate to the
office of superintendent; of public docu
ments. Tlie amendment was agreed to.
After half an hour consumed in drum
ming up a quorum, the Lull as amended
The bouse tbeu adjourned until Mon
day. BILLS AND COMMITTEES.
WASHlMYrox, Dec U The bouse com
mittee on rules tnis morning met the last
move of Objector Kilgore of Teta, aud
decided to recommend the amendment of
the rules, so that a single objection w ill
not Dreent for the first six days of tho
session the consideration of unfinished
business coming over from the previous
session. The amendment was .if let wards
adopted by tbe house. The committee
further considered tlio Dockery and il
sou resolutions proposing an inquiry into
tiie condition of the treasury, but came to
lo decision thereon.
The house committee on military affairs
todaj completed the preparation of the
annual bill for the maintenance of tlie
ai m', and will report, it to the house so
that'll cau be taken up next week. The
bill makes a total appropriation of $J4,
2G0,7o'J. or tSd,7C0 less than the bill for the
current fiscal jear. The estimates ub
mitted this year aggregated 25 922 055, so
that tlie biil reported is $1,70,-10 below
The proposition to choose tbe president
by a direct vote of the people was con-
123 to 127 X. Main St
Cloaks a big lot at Half
The Handkerchief Sale.
The Book Sale.
The Grandest Holiday Open
ins: vou ever saw.
The ALillinery Sale.
The Sheeting and Under
WtSror7V u ?
123 lo 127 X. Main.
sidered tod v hv the committee on elec
tion of president and ice unr-adeiit and
representative m coas:r,;s. At iho lt
session of onsress Mr. Springer lutro
duced a joint reo tin u providing fur a
presidential and ie- pr'sidential terra of
six vwir-, with the i ehbilUy of the in
cumbeuu lo re eiectiOU uid u!mi provid
ing a scheme for t-l-cmg them by n
dirt-ct vole ot the pe ple Mr. Spcluger
today advocaled this plan hfoie the
committee. Coiouel A. K. McClure, tbe
Pliiladelpbia editor ludowed Mr. Spring
AN INTERSTATE DECISION.
ASHlXGtf0X, Dec ! The interstate
commerce comtuissiou today anuouaeeti
its decision in the case of the Potter
Aianufacturing company agaiust the
Chicago and Grand 'J ruuk, the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fa and the South
Pacific railway companies. The com
plaint preferred was, m substauce. that
tho rate charged by t lie defendant railroad
companies on cheap bedroom furniture
shipped by the complainant over their
lines in an unfinished condition was the
same as that ou bedroom sets when
finished, which adjustment of rates, it
was contended, effected an unjust dis
crimination imaiust the complain int.
The commission sustauia tue contention
and fluds that equal rates ou unfinished
and on huished urticles cannot be justified.
The order of the commission is that tbe
rate on unfinished bedroom sets shall not
exceed S5 per cent, of the rate on fiuished
sets. The defendants are ordeied, so long
as the 1.30 rate exists on finished sets, to
make a rate not exceedtug $L,10 on un
finished sets to Emory, CaL
THE CHEROKEE STRIP.
Washington. Dee 9. I'he committee on
Indian affairs m the house will wait for
the arrival of some of the leading Chero
kees and then opponent-) before askiug the
house to fix a day for the consideration of
tho bill ratifjiug the putchasa of the
Cherokee strip. Chairman Iel and his
colleagues of the committee are anxious to
get an uuderstauditi of all the points
dispute between the Cherok.ee and the
get an understanding of all the points iu
calied intruders," wlio demand in the
acgregate sometuing ilke $1 000 O.0 of ths
pnrchase money to le piui the Cnerok a
lor impiovemeuts nliicu tlity liaeutsdeiu
the shape of houses and fences on lauds
lea-ed and occupied m the Cherokee's po--sesMon.
It is understood that the cattle
men ho hae betr u divu out of the strip
by order of secretary Noble are 1'uditi.i
tlieir moral support to the intruders in
something like a spirit of re-entment for
the trectmeut the sustained and also in
tlie hope th it the defeat aimed at in tbe
Cherokee treaty for the purcliHse of the
laud v, ill aain if ad to the opening of the
land to their cattle herds.
Whin the committee ou Indian affairs Is
called upon for a report iu the Uousj ic I-.
probable that Chairman Peel will bring
up tbe matter of the appropriation to buy
tlie Choctaw aud C.iic&utiiw lands. This
inolvcri an appropriation of something
like tl,O0O.WO Tue president, iu a mes
sage last year on the subject, oiitw-ed the
appropriation on tlie grounds of shady
titles, but later the senate adopted a reso
luiou faorable lo the purchase aud the
matter is now m the hands of tho liou-e
committee, which will leport favorably
r. hen called upon.
Secretin y Noole sua that it will ba im
poastole lor turn to keep ttio Cherokee
commission tit work longer than thu
uxpeuses cum be met out of iliwappropria
tiou for thht put pose. This fund will
expire in a few days, possibly by tho ttmo
a treat)' cau be leaciild with the I'uncas.
This will close the work ot tbe com
mihStou, which commenced work in the
Indian Territory soon after tho beginning
of the present administration.
Outside the Pone i le-ervatioti the com
mission has closed treat) aiaeeinetils with
Italians calling lor lM'Jo.lMo acres of laud.
If llie Ponca agreement is reached 111,804
HCres should be added to make a correct,
Consress has ratified treaties calling for
4,074,45c! acre-, aud the oauic has been
thrown open to settlement. There yet re
mun tieatics to bo approved caIUiih tor
10,5U,4!n1 acres. Of this amount 5,J18,743
acres are embraced in the Cherokee strip
Of course tuis is the important one now
before cougress. 1 he urt In importance
is the kiouas and Comanches, omorac
ing 'J,9Co,bW acre.
Dunug the present session more interest
will be shown in ot'ing the Cherotteeand
Kickapoo iatida open to settlement than
in auy of the other treaties, bnould it be
come apparent that the strip cattlemen and
other forces combined delay opening the
strip as they did last session, there will be
eeneral elfort all along the line to open
up the smaller reservations where tbe cat
tie mtercol will uot object.
STATE AND RAILWAY LANDS.
Washington, Dec. 9 The census bu
reau has i-atied a bulletin giving statistics
of state and railway lands sold ou credit.
The bulletin says:
'While tin imbhc domain is now oH
on credit by the United S.ates, the land
that has been granted to mates by the
national government and acquired by
Texas by treaty, and tbe Hud that has
be"u given to railway companies by
congress and the ma tea, btu bet-a
sulci on crnii by stales and railway
companies under arrangements perrait
tin pur:ha-ers to occupy at once, and en
titling them to deeds upon the jmjinentof
the iinHi installment bl tne purchase price.
The debt incurred by purchaser from ten
states under Mich contract', during ten
vcxrs, 1&80-1869. was i0,0..270; from
flfty-dx railrfwd companies in twoaty-n x
state, C-SS,1,763; toU!, mo,?tftl This
busmen wa represented b CJl.Obfl con
tracts with bUtis and 1&C.469 contract-,
with railway companies. Total, SlT.lTrf
"Under tbe credit als of land made by
the ten Mates during tbe ten year and
noviocsJy there f xiM-d a dbt of $96 482,
223 Of lblsf'4,13.S7 lsowiotruTex-v.
i6,40Mlto Mlnoesota; 3,38 W7 to X
braslu; i3,Q7.735 t Kkimimi, awl il.W,
FX to California. Uihlur tb ered t bis
imtde by tb" hfty-six railroad eompiUHl
theie SiirviTf-a a deOt of 131.102.1' A. aod
tbe debt owing to suites and mil way com-piiiie-
under ture coutrseta ptKrtgt's
)i57,5&4.950 1 h intercM cbarste tor owe
year o-i ta- debt owmc to Uitt amonsU
to $1,656,160; oo th tU-bt owlac to rilwy
eomttiis, e,ii,Si5; uamI; S9t8ZL,K&."
WAenrseToir. !c a Tb MtprrMJsg
arekiteeb ot ibn treattr? in report
givrs sMC sSJU-Uin faptrm a bo wbt tn
pobiic boiidiog in tiw Uuitwl Stt-, will
eot. He kUu rttk- wm sprcil rcm
ntrodattofis. H taJ eo tlat oMraxJoo trm
faiog efidoetl on or pwwlc baillioi
lor wbtcb Ute UtBll rt eji a(rcfXU 4&Z,
21v 2)69. and ta ito rvpmr of polite
WWftWVKW T.WM IVtfHJ VOL L7V&, t.
25i,4M.a H-alUl- ttot 4afJ7, ttoa !
m 71, and thai at tt S,?oootr U- j
bi.uitt bad baa eetab:t.b.l wud -
totig asr-Kt i -' SSmoetr. ankin a
local of f9 575,&4Tl Aiw taat tH &
tcMt iiubiiitao riiuirn; t tkal latdo uot
I loclnde toe aoaoaot vt liaOiiltMa wbxa ma
1 aot as deflnU4y aaemabMl ia coaac uttt
siaUraaea. ia aio turni taat witiiia a taw
iMoatojt farUwrr cxw tract iiaMUtMa will bv
odabltebcd to tba Xlat vi aavaral oiUtUMi
Me ealb aUeotioa to tae fact that arkife
thwre fc- aa &opoprtatioa at H9MM tnr
aeoaMMloa ef a aite toe Htm ymmuMam
oaildfag at Satpona. Kaa. aonaraw ba
WaiKrfOX. Um. 9i rum otorotary off
ta Wuaaory today taloraawt flaw apeafa-r
of t fcoa tt tk oafcimwtiaa of to
aaw'fojwaw for W easiaa aWal yaar
MMn I vvM"a e MM.-
THE PROTECTIONISTS OF BXGLUND
An Kfibrt to bo Made to Comciit the
Conservatives to the Policy
of Fair Trade.
The Erassils Mscatarj Ooafarecca Gener
ally Esgardad as a failure The
Indian Currency Question.
The ITew Trench Cabinet to Push the
Inquiry in the Panama Canal Matter.
Tbe Body of Baron da Reinach to
bs Exaumed and an Autopsy
HJd-Tbe Eaglrah Cot
ton Strike Still Un
LoxDoy, Dec. 9. The aunuul Oon
serrativo caucus, known as the union of
ttio constitutional associations, opens ou
.Monday at bbefiield. The party manager
who resisted the clamor of the rauk anil
file for a protectionist platform have bcm
! omigeu to tva way,
j lenders, though at heatt prUtecuouUu.,
recognize the fact that the adoption of
protection as a definite party piauk would
euatile tlie Liberals to ntvnp the oountry
at the uext Kcuer.t! election. Evott a
declaration iu favor of fair trade Is deemed
dangerous. Eventually, however, tlu
fceIiugdi-pl.ieU at the agricultural con
ference, and now pervadiug tho iwtrty,
w ill compel the central executive U
accept the resolutions of the prutectuulU.
One ot the resolutions thtt wul be atxti
mutedtothe caucu-t declares thui lr
ttatle is against the liest lut-r-sts of the
working classes of Great Britain. An
other will pronounce It necessary U regu
late foreign imports by oounusrvailiHg
duties. The goueral expectation w time
the caucus will support, reciprocity prin
ciples. The rapidit) with which prutoe
tcCtiontiL ideas have become resurgeui is
the greatest political phonomouoii of the
day. Arthur J. llatfour will adJrwts thn
delegates un luesday. He will probably
tone down his protection tendencies, hut
he will renew ami ncoouiuale UU declara
tions in favor of bimetallism, which prom
ises to be among tne leading tncts of the
THE MONETARY COMFERENCE.
IJHUS8KLS, Dec D. The bimetalttat dele
gates to the international monetary oun
furetice are discussing whether or not they
shall unite iu siguing a memorandum ou
the obstructlou ollerrd by Great Urltaiu
to a determination of the ques.loii'j befora
the courcretioe. If the conference Trsuiius
Ita sittings after a prolouged adjourn
ment, such a protest, it Is concuivwl. is
likely to iitduco tLe ilritish govarutumt
to prrsut to tho conference a more de
cided policy, through Its delrgalos acting
iu union thereon. The present Hrlttah
delegation appears to have been sent
purposely to muddle the pricr)iiH.
There is tin cohesion among the UrttUh
representattvfsi, either as to principles or
procedure. Kach delegate appears to act
as un individual agent, xcept bir C.
Rivera Wilscm iiikI blr t'. riemanlkt,
deputy mnati-r of the Ilnti-h mini, thu
latter of whom used bis ollioia! ptmliloa to
disclaim any responsibility for tbe pro
jhiIs proioutwi by .Mr. Alfred d Koii
child It has bran matin clear that tbe
Uritish government baa purpcKK'ly avoMll
giving any Instruction tending to thi
commuu action of iti tlelaales upoti auy
p ant whatever. It ih ubvious that tU
course was designed lo fo.l the confercMMx
in coming to any general or pcial ar
meat on the sliver question.
It is expected that, beiiator Jonas vrill
wind up tne debate on international M
mutallism on 1'ueiMlay with an Iwpw
taut declaration. The cotiemdiog n4uiH
ou ThttrMlay will be lie voted to an omleNV
or to crynttulize tha results of tho ocm
lereuce. '1 he special cotnniltteo will meet again
tomorrow to further outlaid or the v,noH
plau. iiegret ban beo uxprMwl ta Dm
ImM few Imys that thu RoUitchlld proftos
a la h.ve beu completely withdnivra. m U
ia generally felt that they would hum
fitrmwl tjie basis of a temporary rsmptv
me, or that an undorctiaiidtag wtta
gard to the chief objection ot tits Aw
caaa (tbf price at which tlvr hvttkl
be purchaMsd) could be arrived a.
A Bolirmu cm nimiiar lioa mlgat
yet be adopted. In that eveot the eoo
lerrnce will bfj ndjouraed Until May w
enable tbe delegates to submit tbe ucaoimj
to tb'ir respeetlvrt goreruinrttta. U in
rumored that laveral degat4 bar nt
civd rerlsed inatroetioax, iaptrtnc Ika
hope that a modus virradl my yt iH
discovered M. IWrna-r, tbo lUltaw
prime mlnistr, has litri un fBtpaatio
ilvntal ot tbtatfnaat wtdaly circtla4
in KugUod ami Germany tat b te4 aW
cUrest that the ooafereeo was jrattalty
ljysvox, Xc 'J. I-Ur froM tai
BnUab trlgnta lo ta IJrMsek ewiCar
etne aanoaoce ta t Unry w ill retara to
Eusrlaad a-xt wek. They will aot o
poso waatevrr irqnst tbe AaKtrloaa oia
gatrs may uk in tt&trA to proioasMl
Hd)oainneac. Tbe reru atl of ise
AoCittt I'fsn mm aocovr ity trow it
hsh M)irer lo ttte that the oCielai ifcl
rhU- cur CbarM Jiivr Viioa mm!
hir diaries rremalfe. depot mtr C
tbr Itrittsb mint do wot expect the caar
frrcaoK to be rMiovsl after t&a iurw
wmul. nod Mr livcinm Cntry daelfataw to
rc-tora to Brawwtn.
In tbe na Ub;, 34 r. Hnr5ial' Iarfia
eerrMOcy cttui.i.e. a.a adJtHnraW
wttaont dat uaul toe Bfoaehv eaatariia
aboaM bat dd. fa t-yummt aVi
Mtuaa awi h 'kiug Um (rvbioc i x
prta. 1 urn eoMBiitwe Mnsly te
favor of the mOoy ioa o goW eoiaas la
ludla aod toe ecttcurraot vrmmlUm ol too
fro eot4ga of wirf. Weal csis ara
rrata a r y ilatrmiKation nova v4a
poiiey lB aucftrtataty arinag oojg
' ' t . - - s 4.
V ragaxaiag Um kwWA.
iMTL lt"fU moW i rjU or
wyw . - .. K-n.-. .
livs rcpreHktMUv of tfl
Proa baa rowma to At- taat, apaft fraw
taa orotnta ol u Ajso-Ia4ia atsiMe,
UM ino4a feAtfi'-irtaoaWtf TXfHtrt aaa
aarU-td too cwaaitiM nwtaai aoaai n.
raiuai ctao ta ta laolaa (armif.
7a ladlaa ROTraaMt alo woa4 Matac
tttat too oaatasittae aaat aaca Ppm
to pariUaatot wooM ba tmt momm M
a wffwaaaaaiUtioa taat Un xltig ojt.
taa U mtx astoaoaedL
Bst M-r i t rrlT, wao wwf
I aoofaors-oa - ' j atifi of pftb
iaro4ai a ll(WkU a Ap
ia U .iunr rbiar too I Ttk
m, "t-i A rra .y dw
jpto iota fraaw" ' t !rfc- i,u
afllaaj IB aift Osr. u .4 rff..' of
too ataof tlo'ooailaaK o tt ih 'Upm
!&Um ot akirec