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WICHITA, KANSAS. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 189a
WHOLE NO. 2317.
vol. xviu, iyo. as.
Guarantees to Cure the Following Diseases:
" -ciirir fZT-
DE. B. Y. BOYD.
(Question iJistJSo 5)
T" hen oiheib Lavo failed we hare successfully tieated
Catarrh, Chest and Throat Diseases.
T?T PPTPTriTnnV m Institute is equipped -with the latest and
JldUJlV'XlAJLVAl A. JL best btatic, Galvanic and Foiadic B.ittenes m
the w est, We make a Hcientiflc application of Jj'octucity m all its vanoub
lorms to all diseases amenable to its action. Question List No, 1.
Diseases of "Women.
eases of Ovcrics
and. all chronic
iar to -women.
Mrs. Etta aiulhcan, bpforo aid after treatment by
FAT FOLKb IICDUCXJD A re
duction of fliteen lo twenty pounds
a month attained hy J)i. Snjdei's
Hainiless Heihal Remedies.
"Who h-is lor many jcmsiu uleTJlcclricily, as applied to thronic diseTses a
bpecially, iv 111 have chnijre of this department and also the disease onuimen
CoiiMiIlBtion by letter or in ptr on strictly -tciel. fceuu (j cents iu waraiis for question list Medicines
tent to all DolntH
Cones pond on cc answ ered m Tnglish, Trench oi Geimau.
Dr. Boyd's medical and Surgical Institute,
155 jSTorth Main street. "Wichita, Kansas.
the outhwtst His long experience reman able
jklll. nnd'anlT''r!.alnccp:lnthotritmentanflrnrcof nervom chionioand snrcicai ilNeis entitle-,
this eminent physician to thnfu'lronnl.nce of the atllieteleerrirln.ie 1 he Doctor ln ju't retutned
from Nw Yorlv. wliere hr has been taklne inollitrcour-e in chronic ili'-eaao -xnd pilvato In-ttiuuloni
In electrlrity Dr 1 erril rop-, eat exi v yexrto take thespeciilcoiirs3- inilprlrat 'nstinctionM thus
fiiabllnchlm toKirphlpitipnLstho benrlltof ill tho nownU i. remedies and appliances used bj the
lertdinK physician's of ihe Fat The Doctor his lnested $10003 In Ilattrios Eiectrlcil ipllinces anl
tnotrnments for thiMreatmcnt of chronic dlsetses lho like cannot ba found la nnj in-titutlou In tho
Eou'liTrest. Cill and.eo for ouptlf.
This is to i-ertlfr that Dr T 11 Toirlll of Wirhitt. Knn3S has r(x?e!ved fron mo i thotoush
ronro of lntruction in Electro-1 henpeittlcs 1 blie o him to be In everj wa competent to ueelec
tilcif In medicine lntclllcentiy and etTectualiy. A. D ROChAN KLL. 31. D "
en lork 'Jeptemljer-'lth. 1S02 "
Dr Ilockvrell Is tho con-joint author of "Heard S ricckvrellV Ti-eitle on the Aledlcal ind Surgical
I sf-sof Flectrlcity," etc.; uleo formerlj profeoi of electro theraputiciatthc New York PostOndu-
tcAIedltnlbc'ioolRnd Hospital electio-therapcutKtto the Woman's Jiop t-lot tho State of New "iork
'1 he above Is a cut of tl e Instrument ued h Dr Teriili in thoiximination for Catarrh "uid all No
nndlliioatdlteiiBt"". It enables the doctor to hhow his patient the condition of tlienffected patts Tnd
rcedlr c treatment esplalninK Us i ece"Itr. The doctor has the Intet improved treatment, inti nments
ind appilarces Ii truiucuta and medicine lumihud for home tix.atnient A cure uaranteod In
DISEAJsFS or TVOJIFV-Dr. Tenlll bn made di'ea-esof TVomenapecIalty for the pat twenty
rears and Las all the late Instruments lotteries 1 lectrical ippllnnces etc . for their "-uccessfnl
tre-itment, lnclndins X lbrold Tnmora. Lacerations Displacements Fnlnrcenient ProlapUs, Uloora
tlnos 1 encortl ea. Diseases of tho Oranes. Palnfnl. lircRUlar or Profuse Jlem-truiitlon etc.
M KVOUS DISEASES Dr. IcrrUl wlvhes to call tho attention ot tho-e sufTeriiu from NerTons
Dlpeat-es Pnraljsis, ervoJs Prostration, ireml ml Weakness, etc to the wonderful cmalivo effects
to boderiied from Electricity -when clentiflcallr ppllel, and desires to stite that lie fnll restores
lost power andvicorin either sex. and posltivily cuarantees a cure iu the lat mentioned disease
TYTs" QITQ 017 ArTTr rUU cixaa of dlv,a wn,ch requires the crientlflc
JLXoJliXOJl0 Vi i-lEi-L TreatmejitbySpecialsts,recle the personal attention
of Dr.Ternll All Wcanessof 3IenarIiug from eat 1 abuse or later excesses, are spLeillI cuicd.
will cuiranteo to cure on o- no piy.
e j:itc a lfi itten Gum nntce to Cut o ihe lolloTrin"; Diseases:
Diseases of the KiJiiej t and Uimaiy Organs,.
C.itanh. 2SeiTou Urethral
3'ikb, 3 initiation, Strictuie,
Lobi rnnhooil, Vancocele, Skiu Disease,
St'inmal UMliocele. fciplnlibin
"Weakness, Ulienmutifcm, All its i onus
We plre Elect rlCHll nths, with 3Iasnjre TieaUiient nn I twdish Movement Mrs M 1 Baldvrin
who Is an espen, will liaMi chnrge of the Ladle-- Department,
Exnnilnntlon and consultation free ( oiivsj oudence 1H tecelve prompt attention
Our book on chronic dl-eaes contains tetlmoni il from mau of t te If a li i citizens of Ich'ta an
the South" est, Acopj wsHbosetttTrtoonapin caMon ben I for Question bl ink
158 isortk Main htieet, Wichita, Kansas.
WICHITA WHOLES AXE GJIOGEKY CO.,
OFFK'li M WAREHOUSE J1.5 lO Ji3 SOUTH UA.lllC.ur L" U VK
Keep eTeiAlLinx in tliefrroteij line. tl.o caaes, fc-cales aud jriocers tlxlure-.
Isoeolepiopiieloi-sof tLe Mlonlt'' ami "La limotccui" biauds ot Cigars.
' Was Damao-ed Wednesday Nio-ht by the over
f We will commence with one of the Largest
uooas are all nt.
Diseases of Men.
To those suffering
i from the effects of ev-
cess or youthful indis
cretions, to unuev elop
ed and weak men
strength is restored and
hope reviv sL Some of
Startling En or,
the symtoms Sexnal
weakness, nerv ouncs,
diziness, pool memory
icstlcss sleep despond
encv, unfittedness for
marriage, gloomy fore
bodings, vital louae.s and
confused ideas, our
very misgiving is the
disease. Coino to us
with confidence foi
v ou can be cured. Send
for question c'rcular
Bladder, Urinary and lteetal
Painful, Difficult, Sores, Piles,
Sfiicfure, sj hills Fistula, Ulcers.
Dr. J. J. Littlefield,
TIIE KANSAS STATU MEDI
CAL AIM) SURGICAL IN
STITUTE AND SAJSITA-
Jiicoiporntel iml Clnrtcrert under tml lv irtuaof.
HioLnwof tlie Stute of KnniH-
Terim lentlv e a'llKhed nt A Ichita for tlio
fieatraentof ill Chronic eivon Iilood, SI In anil
Pnitt- Ul-t ic anil pei foi inns ail feursic.il
I)i 1 11 Tr-rll). President of tlie Kin-is ;tat
Jledlcal ii il Mirjjical lnittur ami Simlt inuin U
11k mo tllelj anil fivorably known -pecmlist In
$3 -' ""' JsSwJK
do to put them away wet, we win oe compeuea co Dctui-LLiuc xjjlc-lll cuv naii j.jj.-lx v u..
jTBinAY MHRNIN MARCH 10TH. COMMENCING 9 O'CLOCK, SflARF
More New Goods.
We have received another ship
ment of "Woolens in Spring
Our specialties are neat pat
terns and perfect fitting garments
We invite you to call and
see all the latest novelties
in Spring Goods, Imported
and Domestic. TVe have
the largest stock in. the
state. Mt and workman
ship positively guaranteed.
155 Main St.
Harry McCabe, Mgr. & Cutter.
Wm. Lillie, Cutter.
A Good Impression
Is Trliat tlie printer mostly
seeks. It makes a page
look cleai', handsome and
attractive. A good impres
sion is what everyone sho'ld
see. Glosser can supply all
with a Spring Suit or Trou
sers which will make a good
impression every time. "We
make them to order, so
faultless in style, nt and
workmanship. Come and
look at them even if you
don't buy. We'll not press
you to buy but we'll press
the suits tor you it you do
buy, which most likely you
will if you see our endless
variety of patterns.
T. B. GLOSSER,
Tailor and Furoislier
145 N. Main.
INSURE WITH KNIGHT BROS.
200 ZS'OUTII iTAIX.
Larsre Asrenty. A-l Amencin and
Knghsli CompHUies. Telephouo 64. J
" " ill Vliin
- flowin? of a water hydrant above our store,
Water Sales you every
P ARSONS, Ivan . March ) Charle3 Hack
ett. a pas-enger on the Missouri, Kansas
and Texas en route from Nebraska to
Texaa, committed suicide in his seat to
night when the train was neariug this
place. No cause Is known for the deed.
Several hundred dollar were found on his
ST. Louis, Murch 9 A local paper says
that Momsiguor Satolli has determined to
make a tout of the western archdioceses
f immediately after Eister. aud will prob
ably stop hr;t m bt Lioui" it h believed
that he will bring with him the announce
ment of the installment of a coadjutor to
Arch bis h Kenrick.
BATH OF BEAUTY
Baby blemishes, pirapleo, red, roach hands, and
niung natr presented by Citi
cin a Soap Muut eftective eUn
purify ing and beautifying soap,
aa well as pnret and Fleetest
of toilet and narr-erv soaps Onl
'( cure for pimple because only pre
icntive of inflammation and cloe-
giag of the pores. Sold everywhere.
'exual Weatness Night Lo- Jmpotency,
Stnctaie Gleet, Spermatorhoea aricocB;, abso
lutely Cur d, witn tho I let tl leal Medico. Hall
zer, l lie W onder V orker. ManiooJ in old or
younsr men restored s.mail w oak. oruans developed
It 1 a Honn, -.elf-Treatment.; imd anybody cn
uselfnuhhifetj and without piln "We'Ouiran
tcea Liiniend lucts forsutled book Address
ELhCTltIC VL AIEDILO II LIZhIl CO .
Lock Box i27 (Western Office) Ichita, Kan
C A. "VN RIGHT.
Daj7s of Prosperity
Awaifc the owners of Kansis liuds and
Wichita real estute Etimty will predom
inate and the diffusion of wealth abound
Now is the time to take hold aud glow up
with the country
WK1GHT ct MTLLT2R,
133 IV. Market St.
Shirts Made to Order.
White Shirts, Percale Shirts'
Madrae Shirts, Cheviot Shirts'
Flannel Shirts, Silk Shirts, A
perfect fit and satisfaction gnar
antded. Call and see the line.
204 Douglas Ave.
MILLER & HULL,
As usual ve are bliowing: for the
Spuuir and f-tiinrier Season the
lai irest and best belectpd. stock of nov
elties in Avoolens. Make your selec
MILLER & HULL,
Sedgwick Blk., Corner of
First and Market Sta.
GAEDEX, FARM ASD FIELD.
Onion Seta, Potatoes and Eweet Potatoes,
Plants m be tson bend foi mad order pn.e
list. KOis BROa. J19 L. Uoujilaa, Wichita
Steunvay. Decker, Mason
& Hamliii, Bradbury and
lakeside, IsTason it- Hanilin
iNT eman Bros.
Standard Rotary Slmttle
and New Home Sewing Ma
Waslibnrn finitars and
Mandolins. Musical Merchan
dise. Sheet Music.
Imperial. Telegram and
407 E. DOUGLAS.
heard of. These Goods Must "be Sold. If you want 'Bargains, .come5m, the
NEWS OF INTEREST TO DEMO
Placeholders During Grover's First
Term Excluded Fiora Prefer
ment Dunns the Second.
Secretary Carlisle Announces Eis Determi
nation to Maintam the Present Parity
Between Gold and Silver.
Solicitor General Aldrich of the Op'nion
That There is no Pttive Provision of
Law Beqniring the Resumption Re
serve to be Kept Intact The
Hawaiian Treaty With
drawn From the Sen
ate Hill Visits
Washington, March 0 Representative
Springer of Illinois who was one of tbe
president's cullers toduy, usked him if the
rule ot not appointing men rho had held
office under him four years ago was to
prevail as reported. The president replied
in the affirmative When nsked if the rule
was inflexible, lr. Cleveland itsponded
that it would ha so aubattnti illy, that
nary circumstautes which might cau&e
some departuies from it, hut he could not
cull to mind any possibility to justify a
change from the policy decided upon Mr.
bpnnger asked if the rulo w3 also to
apply to fourth class postoffices. Mr.
Cleveland's lesponse was that he had not
thought. about that, but he gae a decided
impression that it would pro ail to as
reat an extent as possible with the small
Yesterday a delegation headed bv Xa
tiunal Committeeman Richardson of loua
called 'lhe purpose wa to present the
name of Benton J. Hall, toe former com
missioner of patents, for reappointment.
Ihe piesident, as 'oou as he heard the re
quest, very firmly said it would be the rule
to g e the offices to new men. Subse
quently two members of congress called
on a similar mission, but pertainiug to an
other office. Tlie president said
"It will be the policy to m ike teappoint
ments Emht years have oassed since the
former appointments. New men have
come into the party. Youus men have
tome foiward. 1 believe it will he better
to have fresh blood Only iu extiaordi-
nary cases, where exceptional records
were made and the interests of the public
service clearly call for it, will there be any
"Mr. President," asked one of the
callers, "will this policy in regard to new
men apply to the postoffices,"
"Ye." replied the president, 'to the
SOME MOEE REFOKil.
The postmaster general 13 credited with
tbe announcement that no local business
men need annlr for postoffices under his
administration. Ho objects to commit
sioning local business men as postmasters,
for the reason tbat the actual duties ate
perfoimed by irresponsible and often in
competent clerks Postmasters under
Mr. Bissell must promise to devote their
entire time to the work and personally
keej) strict office hours
THE NATIONAL TREASURY.
WASHINGTON, Marcn 9 Secretary Car
lisle this morning autnorized the an
nouncement that lie would exercise all the
power and discretion vested in him to up
bold the credit of the government and to
maintain the parity of gold and sil-ver.
This statement was made to brush away
tbe rumors that hate gained circulation,
but he declined to say anything as to
what he would do in the mam, or as to
the issue of bonds, or as to paying United
States notes and United States treasury
notes in stiver when the free gold was ex
hausted, etc '1 he example of Denver in
offering $1,000,000 in gold yesterday for
treasury notes has been followed by the
Chicago bankers, w ho today offered XX),000
in gold for United States notes. At the
treasury department it is thought tbat
the hankers in other cities will do like
wise There is a feeling of relief as to the
gold balance at the treasury, aud unlets
the exports of gohl on Siturday are un
usually heavy, of which no information
has yet been received, the treasury deoirt
ment will huve nlenty of gold to supply
Solicitor General Aldrich today, in a re
port ou the question of the power of the
secretary of tne treasury to use any part
of the gold reserve fund, gives an opinion
"The secretary has the continuing
1 power to fssue bonds to redeem the leijal
tenders 01 l&W ana 150-J nna 1 lie reissues
under the act of Maj 3, ls7o. There is no
requirement in the act that the redemp
tion of legal tenders shall be made in gold.
Sliver could undoubtedly be used, but
might can a panic. The secretary ha
no power to issne bonds not redeemable iu
either gold or silver. The law stipulates
that tne shall be redeemed in coin, which
means either gold or silver. Tho belief
that there is no positive pro ision of law
requiring th it the f 100,000 000 reserve
ball he kept 13. in n.y opinion, correct.
It i also tru, under the law, ns I under
stand it, that all Iejjal tender notes may be
redeemed in coin ''
The treasury has now more than 3,030,
OOOiu free gold In the u-ual conditions
.if trade this 15 likely lo be increased,
rather hnn dimimaHL
Xew Yoi K, March 9 A cable dispatch
from Loudon states- Further inquiries
hive reen mde 00 bhalf of President
Cleveland, concerning the readiness to
take fJQ.OJO.OOO of Government boods pro
vided the bonds are kept bre without
realization for nine months. The feeling,
on the wbole. is favorable, I interest at
AM. per cenfcis secured "
'Xew York, March 0. A morning pap-r j
causing tons of water
522 Bast Douglas, Opposite Carey Hotel.
$114,000,000 m gold certiSqates
if tin- enormous sum ooly $20,-
are out. Of
000,000 worth, uccorom,: to the treihury
experts, is m actual circulation. The rssC
is hoirded. Xttiooal and state banks
hold $94.000,COO of sold certificates. Ic it
probable that tne accumulation of the
bilU by some of the banks represents
many larpe specul Hccountof itntiTidu
ala Any tiniucler may miike a collection
of the gold notes nud depoSt thent for
safety with hU bank.ers, in which esse no
particulars are furnished in the reports,
and the amounts are includeu in the t:oid
total- of the bank statement,-. The $100,
000,000 gold re-ere, which is thonsla by
s&m- to be imperiled, may be called on
any day by the United "State- uote-i or
greenbacks, of which the. limit K-ue Is
34o0G0,000 On this basis ot proportion
of paper money of this sort to kM the
ratio of the United States ! 25.S per tent,
recent efforts of the btuk of France
ahov' i nercentuzo of -Is So: ot
auk of Euglaud, a perce'ntae of tb tt it was of mora than a mere social chir
uJoftheoiukoGernianj.wi?ence V'?'er- nW"K whu5 tr-aaspired is
no sz-ies reports are available, an estimate
THE nAWAIIAN TREATY.
"WtsiUNGTOV. March 9 President Cleve
land sexi tie senate this niormog n
messag- wjthdriuiug theilawaiian tretj
pendiucc id that body. It is understood
that the reason for the withdrawal of the
treaty by Presideut Cleve! ind is because
Le la opposed to the treity in it present
foim "W hether or not he will favor the
m iking of another treaty, and whether it
will le an anrexation treaty or not, can
not be said on authority at this time. But
a gentleman who ha talked with the
president on the subject said this after
noon th it another treity would be made
It is intimated tbnt the president
will Miejreat, either by message
or personally to the -enators, that a com
mittee he appointed to vi-.it the Hawaiian
islands this year during tne interval be
tween the adjournment of the special ses
sion of the senate aud the reconvening of
the next congress
Nonr of the Hawaiian commissioners
were read to express u opinion upou ttio
meaning of the withdrawal of the treaty.
It is said to he the purposo of the commis
sioner to reouest a conference with Secre
tary Gresham an the earliest convenient
time upjn this new phaso of all urs. btc
retary Gresham was asked whether or not
there wis any explanation to be made of
"No," he replied; "at least not at pres
ent." THE LATEST FROM HAWAII.
noNOLCUJ, February 23 1 he present
week has witnessed scenes of enthusiasm
iu Honolulu, with a display of the stars'
and stripes probibly more getieril than nt
any time iu Hawaiian bistorj. The arri
val of tlie steamship China from S 111
Fransnco, Februarj 20, followed by th it
of the Australia, February 22, brought in
telligence tb it caused great satisfaction to
the provincial government and Americ in
party in their plans Ou the first nauted
date, when it became known that Presi
dent Harrison and his cabinet had de
cided upon a favorable course in regird to
the disposition of ihe islands, excited
throngs gathered about the main dock,
the postofheo and news stands and dis
cussed the situation The prompt action
of the administration iu the matter whs
warmly commended by Americans, irre
spective of part affiliations, a well as by
many of tlie German residents and of the
more intelligent natives Th- scene,
however, was nothing like Mint of Febru
ary 22, when the Australia brought
news that the message from
President Hirrison providing for a
treaty of annexation of the islands had
gone to tho senate, and that as far 115 the
American Government was concerned they
were prooauiy a prt 01 tuf united
States. When the Au-traHu arrived it
was tho auuiversary of the b'rth of Wash
ington and was beiug observed as a gener
al holida. The streets wer filled with
natives and others in their best attire
FItgs were floitmg from many buildings
and from the vessels in the harbor, the
whole forming in the bright sunlight a
pretty setting for tho introduction of thf
striking effects furnished by the steamer
from San Francisco
It is stated uuon good authority tint the
raising of the American flag over the
government building was forced upon
Minister Stevens and President Dole by
the action of the British minister in writ
ing a letter th previous day demanding
the withdrawal of the Boston's forces
The commander of the Britisn warship
Gnrnet, Captaiu Hughes Hallett, who ar
rived here after the revolution was over,
asked permission Feb 10 to land a body of
men from the Garnet, 011 the ground that
the English residents desired further pro
tection. His request, however, was da
rned. The Japanese crniser Xamiwaken, after
which the United States cruiser Charles
ton was modelrd, arrived in port unex
pectedly Feb 23, making, in addition to
tbe Kongo, the Girnet, tbe Boston, the
Mohican and the Alliance, six men-of-war
Several squabbles between sailors from
the British rarhip Garnet and those from
tbe Boston and Mohican occurred ten daji
10 and resulted in a number of arrests.
Ciptaiu VTili7e of the Boston, and Captain
Ludlow of the Mohican, promptly averted
further trouble by declining to allow any
more men to no ashore, which order was
rescinded last Saturday.
WASHINGTON, March 9. Tbe senate had
a long discussion tody as to the reception
of joint resolutions or uropmttlons affect
ing legislative business, the general ex
pression being against their reception. A
re-olutbn excluding such b,asnev was
offered by Mr. Mtndersou of Nebraska,
hot was allowed to go over without action
till Monday next. The wsnate thn pro
ceeded to executive business, aud after a
few minutes tdjourned until Monday. The
nomitiatiors sent in tday were received
and laid over, as they could not be referred
until tbe committees have btu organized
Mr. Mitchell of Oregon introduced a
joint resolution to amend (he constitution
o as to provide fortUe election of Unitfd
States i-nators by tne votes of tne quali
fied electors of the state
Mr Mitchell agreed to a proposition by 1
Mr Maudtrson to hav the rrolution t
laid over until the question should be d
termmed a to the reception of legislative
buaioes t sucn a ss-iun a tnw on-
Mr Sherman ?aid tbt he had looked j lii9 revolutwnUt leader, wa con
nto tbe prrcedeots, and had found that J ctud(2 lodr b-torw Uoilod State Cob,.
In nearly every fall Msion (runniag back
at least forty year; the j-enate had re
ceived p-iitioas, resolutions and othwr 1 WM decreed guiUyof tee charge f mar
legndaiive matter, altnougb maally it j derf ron. kidaa&ins and robbery f.l
diu uot act upou them He ba4 come to 24mt him by the Mexican CoojuI Seoor
tne conclusioa, therefore, that vrhnteTcr Oro-la. od tbe decree will be forwarded
misnt be tbe policy arm deAire of the tea 1 ,De pre-jldent.
to come through on our
ate nt a particular moment, the senite.
Ixins: once convened by ths president of
the United St-itet, could exarclse all thu
powers which it could exercise under
the constitution of the United States. It
was a mere question of discretion.
HILL VISITS CLEVELAND.
"WASHINGTON, March 9. Ona great feit
u re of interest in political circles today
was a visit of Senator Divid B. Iliiltc
President Cleveland. Ssuator HiU camo
to the White House this mornlnjc. That
his viMt was more thau h mere perfunctory
caI 1-. atte-l-d by the leusla ot the inter
Maw. If last-d twenty minutes,xnd duria,;
that time Mr. Cleveland received no atrtU
from the waitiug politicians iu thecabiaet
The interview was, of course, of 3trtct
Iv private character; but from the fact
th it it had been previously arranged, and
from its length, there cm be little doubt
THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
Washington. March 9 Immediately
after the adjournment of the senate tbe
Democratic caucus committee retired "ml
was iu secret scslon until after 3 o'clock,
when an adjournment until tomorroww.es
taken It was reported t h it a general
nartv caucu- would be held on Saturday.
j There was a story out tody that the com
mittee intended roportlug in favor ot h
plan which should take ad p itronage from
the elective officers of the senate ind cause
all appointments of semte employes to be
made by the caucus direct.
A CLERICAL ERROR.
WASHINGTON. Mirch 9 There was con
siderable excitcmeut amon the world's
fair peopln in Washington over the devel
opment tiiat by a remarkible aud inex
plicable mistake in writing the find
drafts of thn world's fair appropriation,
the women's board is given absolute con
trol of the S370.01K) for all world's fair pre
nutims and the awards and also, it would
seem, the entire power to appoint all
jurors, male and female.
In short, by an error the entire system
of granting prejmiros it the world's fair
is turned over by congress to womeu.
The error came about by tho clerk writiue
the words "lady managers" in the wrong
WASHINGTON. March . The presidtnt
today t-ent the following nominations to
the .senate: Josiah Quiucy of Massachu
setts, to be assistant secretary of ulatc:
Robert A. Mttwell of New York, to bo
lourtli assistant postmnster gener il; Isiae
1. Gpy of ludiauu, to be envoy extraor
dinary and minister plenipotentiary of the
United States to Mexico; Patrick A- Col
lins of Massachusetts, to be consul general
of the United bcles to Loudon.
THE FAIR OPENING.
Xtw YoilK, March 9 Hx-Cougressman
Butterworth arrived in the city last night
from Washington. While in the latter
city he had nn interview with President
Cleveland. Mr. Butterworth aald that
the president told him that he would open
the world's fair.
Washington, March 0 Secretary Cnr
hle tod iy appointed his uon, Logan Car
lisle, chief chrk of the treasury depart
ment, vice Fred A. Stocks, resigued.
OTTAWA, Ont., March 9 Minister ot
Finance Foster laid boforo the Crnadiau
parliament yesterday" a copy of tho report
of tho committee of the privy council, In
dorsed by Sir Julian PauncefoUf, British
embassador at Washlhgton, ou the cou-
fereoca regarding reciprocity and other
questions hrld at Washiuctou in Frbra
ary, lbU2. The appendices to this report
.how that an understanding, was arrived
at between the delegates from Canada and
Mr. Blaine on the Htibjct of the Alaska
boundary, tbe adoption of which ruj lus
regulations lor the protection of the fish
eries, reciprocity in wrecking, aalvage nud
towing iu coutermiiioui waters and tho
marKing of the L-ouudaries iu Passama
'ihe minutes of the conference of the Can
odlan delegates with Mr. Blaine were pre
sented in detail iu the. report. Near the
clofce of the proceedings Mr. Foster, for
Canada, oointed out the i;euerous tre it
ment accorded by Canada to the United
Mates trade, and, although Canada col
leoLs upon all imported goods, dutluble
and free, revenue of 20j- per cent, yet upon
all goods imported from the Unke-d Stale
the percentage is only UK Tne free list
given by the United ijtatf to t'anada luM
year amounted to only fU.OQO.QOG, while
Canada gave tho United btales n tree lit
of nearly J2-J 000 000.
Mr. Biilne, tlio report yn, after men
tioning thut this he KUppOstrd wm largely
due to geographical distribution, said ha
could eily understand why Canada w-
reluctant to enter into a treaty ot unlimi
ted reciprocity, but that it wa clear to
his mind that no other arran 'rrneut
. would suit the United States, and rt-
pecially against Great Britain, who was
their gre it competitor, and it must like
wine be accompauiod by the adoption of n
uniform tariff or the United State and
Canada equal to that of tbe United State.
Crrr OF MEXICO. Marcn Ir The mot
Important act of tbe agricultural coogre
is tbe recommendation of tho government
of a schema for special banks, and for loan
companion to aid farmers who are paying
a trimendous rate of Intrenifor necary
accommodation?. President Diaz favor
agricultural bankx, and it is probtbletbat
foreign capitalists who may wib to co
operate with native capitalist wlil fluft
tnem a profitable Investment, receiving o
perfect ecurlty at leant from 1 to 10 par
cent. Some aijnt)"H of the agricultural
congress advocated ailowlnz tb new
bancs toJaav tbe right to lnu not-
touted on land value aud cash In reerve.
but it is not likely taat this will Le
Si ANTONIO. Tex. March 5 Thelri-
rltflnn rl j I if I .r!Txl Kranc.iMSa IienTi-
iDiwoer Pnee. Gieral BnavidefaJm'
Jf W(. tb lat wiin-. Tfie prUoaT
stock, and as it wont
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