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VOL. V. NO. 12.
WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2 1886.
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A. R. Miuller.
AUorneyatLaw. Over Shaw's Huilc 8tore,
opposite Post Office, German spoken. Wichita
Geirje W. Cleaeit, Jr.,
Attorney at law. IS Main at, Eanaaa Rational
Bank Boilding, Wichita, Kansas.
H. E. Can,
Attorney-at-Law; office over 122 Douglas are.
F. P. MartlB,
Attorney-at-law, office over Hyde i, Hcmbls't
took atore. lit Main at, (ap-stalrs) WlchlU.
Kanaaa. d'Otf .
J. M. Hiapkrey.
Attorney at Law, Woodman Bank Building,
143 Main St.
J. M. Baiaerttaa,
ATToamrrAT uiw, Wichita, Sedgwick county
Kansas. Office In Centennial Block. US-U
J. R. Site.,
Attorney-at-lAW. Office 117 E. Douglas Ave.,
with Anglo-American Loan and Investment
Jaaea &. Mutant,
Attorneya-at-law. Office In Eagle block, orer
Attorney-at-Law. office Temple Block.
Jaaiaa F. Majar,
Attorney at Law. Will practice In all Kansas
conru. Luecuona a specially.
Smith A Stoyer, Douglas are. Wlc
1 chlta. Kan.
Hattaa fc Rafales,
Attorneys at Law. Eagle Block, Wichita, Kan.
O. W. COLUXOS. BOBT. M. FliTT
Colling I Piatt,
.Mtornsys at Law. Will practice In both state
nd Federal courts. Office In Temple block.
Main street, second stairway north of Post
office, Wichita, Kansas.
. W. ADAJU.
Adasjs . Adams,
Attorneyy at Law. Will practice Instate and
federal court. Office in Kagle Block, Wichita,
harris, Harris I Verallllaa,
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wich
0. D. Kirk,
Attorney at Law Boom No. 3, U. 8. Land
mce ouiiaing. nricniia, Kansas.
II. c. 8LCBS.
w. x. STAXXJC.
Slasa . Stanley,
Attorneys, Wichita, Kansas.
J. F. Laack,
Attorney at Law, first door north of U.S.
Land Office, In Commercial Block, Wichita,
Kansas. Special attention given to all kinds of
business connected with the U. 8. Land Office.
C. C. IICGCU9. 3. T. SCIIOOXOVKK.
Rallies II Sehaaasver,
Attorneyg-at-law. Office over No. 138, Main
Street. Wichita. Kansas. 81-
D. A. Mitchell,
Attorney-at-lawand collection agent. No. 14
Main street. Wichita. Kanaaa. 127-tf
E. D. Parsons,
Attorney et-Law and Beal Estate Agent, office
opposite Manhattan hotel, room 9. lC3-lm
Dra. Hall &. Ceaklia.
Office 1(3 North Main st over Woodman's Bank.
Cnre Inflammation, ulceration, tumors and
all dlsplacementaorthe womb, lneorrhea, men
strual derangements, etc All diseases or the
nrinary organs, as (Travel, calculus, nrlnary de
posits, stricture, venereal and private diseases,
promptly relieved: syphilis, scrofula and all
blood and skin diseases speedily enred. Consul
tation free and confidential. Will also attend
all calls promptly. Telephone No. 35.
Dr. J. J. Staaer,
Homeopathlst Office oppotlte post office.
Besldence, 623 North Main street, Wichita.
E. E. Hamiltea, M. D
Specialties- Diseases or the Eve. Ear, rose
and Throat, Catarrh and fitting glasses. Ofl.ce
e-w cor Douglas and Market, up stairs, Wich
ita. Kan dlzAwtr
Dr. B.A. Guytoa&SoF,
Physicians and Surgeons, office I)' am Block,
upp. ircuurniai noiei; re6iaence i i water at.
Fhyslclan and Surgeon, 420 Donglss aveenne.
Diseases of Females a specialty. dlCT-tf.
Dra. McCoy I Partly,
Office 147 Main street, over Uecht & Sons' store,
Wichita, Kane. Telephone at residence.
E. B. Rente, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeor. Office over Fuller A
6. M. Bibbee, M. D.,
Office and residence. 311 Douglas avenue,
south side. Karnes ulock, over Derby's Imple
ment store. Wichita. Kansas. dlitJ-lm
W. A. Ninnlck, M. D.,
Homeopathlst. Office with Dr. It. Mathews,
Main st, 2nd stairway north or 1'ostofflce;
residence 1017 V. Fourth st, near Union Depot,
Wichita, Kansas. Telephone No. 1(1. dl((
D. W. Sailtb,
iiestist. Eagle building, Douglas avenne,
McKee & Patten,
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without
I .sin. Meet set artificial teeth, as SO. Office 217
C. Douglas ave, Wichita, Kan. die
Dr. J. C. Deaa,
DraTIET. Opposite the postofilce. Teeth ex
tracte.1 without psln. 13-M-
Dre. W. L. Doyle . Wilson,
Irirri8-s Office over Barnes S, Son's dnig
tore. Centennial block. Wichita. 41-
Mrs. S. T. Hendrlekaea,
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, 422 North
Market street. dOS-tf
Geo. T. Thompson.
Professional Piano Tuner and Repairer. Ref
erences: Cathallne liussel and Ihomas Shaw
A Co. All pianos tuned by the wave system;
the only method that will tnne your piano per
fect and make It sonnd charming. Work Guar
anteed. Leave orders with Thomas Shaw A
Co.. music dealers. Main street.
C. W. Kellagi,
Architect and SnneriutecJent Plans and spec
ifications for all "classes of bnlldlngs. Office
over Hyde's book store. dlSMf
Terry 4. Daataat,
Architect and Superintendents. Office in
Ttors' block. Wichita Kansas. 2 U
Crist &. Rash,
Archttectsand Superintendents. Office, Green
A Hays' new block, corner Douglaa avenue and
Water Street. Wichita. Kansas. P. O. box 289
. r. rnocnrooT. o. w. kihd.
Praadfoot . Bird,
Architect and Superintendents Office In Eagle
B. S. Garrison,
Justice of the Peace; office with Woodcock A
Doraey, in Dorsey building. !-
Forest City, L. A., No. 5220 K. of L
Will meet resularly every Friday night In
Beacon Block Hall. Members are requested
to be present each evening. Ky order or M. w.
The Photographer. Pictures In all sire and
styles, lie also carries the finest assortment
of picture frame In he city. Give him
frldlv ell and examine samples. d-S-tf
M. J. Parrott,
Practical Paper-hanger and Decorator, at Hyde
A Uumble's. d6S-6m
C. A. Wilooic, M. D. J. H. Taaaax, M.D.
Physicians and Surgeons, Wichita. Kan.
Office corner or Main and First street, over
Uandolfo'a restaurant, opposite Court House.
AH calls in city or county promptly attended
by day or by night.
Dt. Wilson Surgery; Catarrh In all Its
-varied forms; private disease or male and
Teaaale coafldentlally treated. Can guarantee
radical cure for Hernia
Dr. TerrUl Obstetric. Disease of women
mad children. WlUnaruta positive cure
lor HaxaorrhAld or Piles. Flasnre, Flatula. and
all rectal disease, without pali., for one-half
Telephone connection No. 126.
Dr. TerrlU' residence lis N Topeka av.
Ok office 1 ntted up with aU apsUancef.cuea
M pare oxygen gas, electricity, conprsesed air.
pray, ate, etc
Otto horn froaa a a. at. to tt .( 1 to S aad 7
aap. a,: avatar, astsp. ..
Tidings of the State Disclose
a .Most Happy, Grati
Cheering Condition as to
National Progress of
With Here and There a Local Shadow
To Dim the Bright Sunshine of
The Labor Congress at Cleveland, O.,
Playing the Role of Financial
Legislators for the People.
John Kelly, the Great Tammany Chief
and Democratic Czar, Dead
in New York City.
The Britons Still Perturbed Over the
Government's Policy as to the
Prominent Mason Dead.
Special to the Eagle.
Hutchison, Kan., Juno 1. Mr. L. Gues-
siag, a prominent business man, died yes
terday at 4 a. tn., of consumption; buried
yesterday afternoon by Masni.s. Large fun
eral headed by Jtingo'd band. "W. F. O.
Scott County Boomlne.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Eagle.
Gaedex Citt, Kan., June 1. Scott
county and vicinity was visited during the
afternoon of yesterday with an old fash
ioned soaking rain.
Crops aro looking well; confidenco in the
country is growing; settlers all feci happy;
business is active, every person busy, and
Scott City booming.
Tlio enumerator is at work on Ibo census
and tho county will be organized as soon as
tbe people and property can bo listed.
i A. 1
BlK Day In Wellington.
Special DIepatch to the Kagle.
Decoration day has como and gone, and it
is more than probablo that no city in the
country had a grander turnout in propor
tion than Wellington. lion. Theo. llatkin,
of Attica, was the orator of the day, and his
speech was ono among the best over deliv
ered in this city.
Tho services nero held in Wood's opera
house, and the docorations v. era both beau
tiful and elaborate.
The music by Prof. Gantvort's class of
thirty girls, assisted by a male quartette, of
which Wellington is especially proud,added
greatly to tho pleasure of the occasion.
Tho procession was the largest ever in
lino in this city and scores of carriages and
buggies reached tho cemetery by other
streets. Had all been in line, orders, ve
hicles and lookcrs-oh, tho procession would
bavo been solid for a distance of two miles.
It was a big day, and out of honor to the
memory of our fallen braves Wellington
did her full duty. Business wa3 suspended
and down in town in tbo afternoon the city
looked like Sunday.
Memorial Day at Mulvane.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Eagle.
Mcltanx, Kan., Juno 1. Tho largest
crowd ever seen in Mulvane, assomblcd yes
terday for tho observanco of Memorial day.
The procession was fine all tho city Sunday
schools and many from tho country partici
pating. At tho cenotaph the services wero
impressive. Tbe ltcv. J. R. McQuawn
offered ono 'of tho most beautiful, eloquent
and touching invocations that it has been
my pleasure to listen to for years. 1. C.
Thomas N. Trickoy deserves especial credit
for the manner in which he conducted the
exercises. Credit is also due Miss Kate
Mohr, tho organist; Misses Anderson, Os
born, Bush, Canady, Ilena Hall, Nettie
Munson; also Messrs. Walters, Fidlcr, Shaw,
Chonowcth and others.
W. A. McDonald, of Wellington, deliv
ered tho memorial address remarkable for
its brevity and pathos.
Memorial services wero held at tbe rink
Sunday at 3 o'clock p. in. Tho memorial
address was delivered by the llov. I. It.
McQuawn to a large, intelligent audience
Special Dispatch to the Dally Ea;!e.
Ellinwooh, Kan., Juno 1. The mayor,
city councilmen, polico judge, and other
city officials, and about ono hundred and
fifty other citizens at Kllinwood among
which wero nearly all of tho business and
professional men of the town with their
wives and daughters, accompanied by tho
Cornet band went to Lyons, Kico county, on
special cars chartered for tho occasion this
ovening on a surpriso visit to W. K. Carr,
editor of tbo Ellinwood Express, confined in
tho county jail on a commitment by Judgo
Clark in default of paying $60 fine and
about $1,500 costs in tho caso of criminal
libel and pending tho making up of the case
on appeal to tbo supremo court.
Upon tho arrival of tho train at Lyons a
committee consisting of tho mayor of Ellin
wood, County CommWioner Koctzel and
three others wero sent to ask permission of
the officers of tho law to bo allowed to visit
Mr. Carr at the court houo in a body.
After sonio little parlying an arrangement
was mado for Mr. Carr to meet his friends
in the court houso yard.
A procession was formed at the depot and
marched to the court houso headed by the
band. Arriving there tho band played sev
eral pieces and tbo procession of ladies and
gentlemen filed past Mr. Carr, each greeting
him with a hearty shake of tho hand and
many expressions of sympathy and pledges
of renewed friendship for tho future. After
spendine an hour or so with tbe prisoner
and many citizens of Lyons, who appeared
to enjoy the scene as much as tbo visitors,
the party returned to the cars.
W hile awaiting the coming of the train
tbe Lyons drum corps serenaded the party,
tbe cornet band returning the compliment.
Tbe visitors express themselves much pleased
with tbe treatment of the Lyons people,
who appeared to be in full sympathy with
the object of their visit.
Kanaaa Crops and Stock.
TorrKA, June 1. The Kansas Farmer
this week, presents to its readers a very com
pute report of the condition of crops, stock,
and the weather on tbe 29th day of May.
The report is made up of brief letters from
nearly a hundred different places and farm
en in different counties of the state, all from
practical men, writing what they know.
I appears in about tht same condition as
reported a month ago, only further along
in growth. Wheat harvest will commence
in soma of the southern counties about the
5th inst, and the aggregate crop will amount
to about 25 per cent of tbe harvest in 1S84,
the fly sad chinch box doing damage in a
few localities. Tbo spring was two weeks
arlier taaa UMStd.
germ is iffifcat ckss roadkioa; tho gtommi
clean and the stand generally good; height
on day of report six to fifteen inches; much
of it already worked twice.
Oats not good; in some places an entire
failure on account of dry weather. It is
doubtful if more than fifty per cent of the
acreage sown will be harvested and that will
not equal fifty per cent, of a good yield.
Grasses are in good condition; red clover,
orchard grass and alfalfa In the lead.
Small fruits generally abundant and ot
Stock doing well; no disease except some
lingering evidences of cholera among hogs
and a little black-leg in one county, except
ing which the outlook is good.
Private advices just received at the office
are to tho effect that a great deal of rain fell
in many of the counties Saturday, Sunday
A Bloodless Duel.
Clay Center, Juno 1. While attempt
ing to arrest J. II. McAle of Morganville on
a warrant charging him with forgery, ho and
the sheriff had a pitched battle with revol
vers. Two shots were fired when the men
weie but a few feet spirt, but neither took
effect. McAie took his horse and escaped
the charge of forgery now against him.
Good rains are visiting this locality occa
sionally. Glorious Southern Kansas.
Ft. Scott, June 1. This section was vis
ited by heavy rains this evening. It rained
hard for several hours and fully three or
four inches of water fell on tho level. The
crop prospects are unusually fine and tho
farmers aro confident of tho best crops lor
Advices to tbc Monitor show tho rain to
have been very general throughout southern
Pawnee for McCarthy.
Larned, Kan., June 1. The Republican
county convention of l'awneo county, on
Saturday elected lien ry Booth and lion. W.
C. Edwards as delegates, and Judge J. C
Strong and Hon. J. "W. Kush as alternate,
to attend tho stato convention at Topeka.
July 7, 188C, and nmid much enthusiasm
adopted a resolution instructing tho dele
gates to uso every means to secure tho nom
ination of T- McCarthy to tbe position of
Detroit, Mich. Juno 1. An evening
Journal spcciil from Quincy, Michigan,
says at 8.45 this morning an explosion oc
curred at Kimbark's factory. One wing of
tho building was completely demolished,
huge pieces of tho boiler being thrown 400
feet. Tho explosion was probably caused
by low water in tho boiler which was con
sidered in first class condition. Following
is a lis of tho dead and injured:
Joseph Benton, b.dly bruised, has sinco
Wm. Cole, engineer, terribly scalded,
lived only a few minutes.
F. G. Sheldon, superintendent, bruised,
and some bones broken.
Wm. Heed, badly bruised and cut.
s. U. Chase, injured internally.
Several others were slightly injured.
Leavenwoktii, Juno 1. A Kansas Stato
Sportsman association was formed hero to
day. Committees were appointed to report
action upon and by-laws at tbc next tourna
ment, which will tako place at Atchison in
Tho Jury Charged.
St. Lotus, Juno 1. Judgo Van Wagner,
at tho adjournment of tbe criminal court
last ovening, stated that he would bo ready
to give his instructions to tho jury, trying
tho Maxwell case, at 10 o clock this morn
ing, but it was ono hour after that time be
fore he appeared in tho court room. Tho
ju:y listened attentively to tho words of the
than usual, not fixing his attention on tbo
words of the judge, but dividing it between
tho lattor, tho jury, his attorneys and tho
The judge, In his instructions, said that if
the jury should find that tho defendant did
kill and murder Charles Arthur Prellcr in
the manner and form charged in cither of
the client's indictments, tho should return a
verdict of guilty of murder in tho first de
gree. If, however, the evidence showed tbo
defendant undertook to treat or operate on
Treller for n disease, and administered
chloroform so negligently, carelessly and
recklessly as to csuo the patient's death,
but without intent to kill or do bodily harm,
then they should bring in a verdict of man
slaughter in tbo fourth degree.
Tho judgo further stated to tho jury that
if it had been shown that Preller, deceased,
had asked tho defendant to treat him for tho
di-caso indicated in the testimony and sub
mitted himself voluntarily to such treatment
and that tho defendant administered tho
chloroform in a cloth carefully and pru
dently, then a verdict of not guilty should
The judt;o also informed tho jury that n
verdict of guilty could bo returned on cir
cumstantial evidence alone. If, however,
the evidence should show that tho defend
ant bad made any statement regarding his
guilt or innocence, tho defenso should bo en
titled to tbo benefit of what he said for him
self, and the state should bo entitled to what
ho said acainst himself.
The remainder of tho instructions were
devoted to defining of tbo various legal
Upon tbo conclusion of the judge's speech
Bishop, of tho counsel for the stato began
his speech. Ho wilt lo followed in the or
der named: by Fauntlcroy and Martin of the
defense, McDonald of the prosecution,
Martin of tho defense, and Mr. Clover of the
prosecution. It is expected that the caso
will not bo given to the jury beforo Thurs
day next at noon.
Iron and Steol Workers.
riTTSBCRO, Juno 1. The annual conven
tion of tho Amalgamated association of iron
and steel workers met at Turner hall in this
city at 10 o'clock this morning. Over one
hundred delegates were present and others
are expected this attemoon. Tho session
was taken up with tbe presentation of cre
dential'. No business was transacted. It
is stated that ono important question will bo
considered, and that will bo tno advisability
of erecting and operating a rolling mHl to be
owned and controlled by the association. Tbe
object of this enterprise is to ascertain the
exact cost of manufacturing iron and stcef .
The fcelins among the delegates in regard
to tbo application of the nailers for admis
sion is favorable to taking them into tho fold
again. The old officers will probably bo re
elected. No Half-Way Work.
CniCAOO. June 1. A Montreal special to
the Daily Xews says: The real cause of all
the fisheries' trouble is tbe deep-rooted jeal
ousy of the Canadians acainst the Ameri
cans. Last night tho subject of war was
discussed at the clubs. A prominent mem
ber of parliament, who is a strong govern
ment supporter, speaking on the subject
with your correspondent, said: There will
bo no half-way work about the speedy set
tlement of this question. We shall force the
states to declare whether thcr will keep their
fishing Tessels cut of our water or whether
we shall send them to tbe bottom." Being
asked what course would be pursued by the
Canadian cruisers if they met with armed
resistance, tbe minister of marine declared
that Canada will take the consequence and
care of resistance; the orncen commanding
the different cruisers will have instructions
to shoot the vessels out of the water.
Bell Patent Sustained.
Niw Okixiss, June 1. The United
States circuit court. Judges Pardee and
Billings on tho bench, decided the case of
tbe American Belt Telephone Company vs
the National Improved Telephone Company
yesterday. The Bell company applied to
tbe court for an injunction to prevent tbe
National Improved company from infring
ing on its patent. The matter was taken
under advisement br the court and a decis
ion ha been rendered. Tho National com
pany was organized here and has been tn
operation about a year, erecting telephone
wires and putting in instrument in many
ofices. T Bell comsaay.brousjsrtlU suit,
which has malted mtae JiMkUnisassislat
Senator Beck, After the Per
quisites of His Honor
The House Engaged in a Fig
urative Effort to But
ter Its Bread,
Vide Its Filibustering Over the Slip
pery Oleomargerine Measure, Ab
sorbing Its Attention.
Our Jolly. Good-humored President En-
joys the Guys and Rigs Thrust
at Him Upon the
Near Approach of Nuptials, Which will
be After the Oriental Style, i.e.,
His Bride Seeking Him.
Nevertheless He Vetoes a Private Pen
sion Bill and Permits a Railroad
Bill to Lapse Into a Law.
WAsniNGToy, Juno 1, 1 a. m. Indica
tions for Kansas and Missouri are: Local
rains, followed by fair weather; stationary
temperature; variable winds, generally
Washington, Juno 1. The president
and party returned to Wsshington at 8
o'clock this morning.
Tho president proceeded at once to busi
ness this morning as soon S3 be arrived at
tho white house. Ho approcd a number of
bills, including an act authorizing the Kan
sas and Arkansas Valley railroad company
to construct a road through tho Indian Ter
ritory. Many senators, representatives and
other officers called dunng tbo forenoon and
congratulated the president en his approach
ing marriage. Ho was In a very happy
frame of mind and endured the chaffing and
pleasantries of visitors on tho subject of his
wedding with the utmost good nature.
The president today appointed John B.
Itiley, of l'lattsburg.'N. V., to bo Indian
school superintendent, vice John n. Oberly
appointed civil scrvico commissioner; Joseph
E. Johnson of Virginia, to be commissioner
in and for tho district of Alaska,vico Chester
ruiiLic debt htatement.
It is stated that tbo decrease in the public
debt during tho month of May amounts to
Tbe public debt statoment for May shows
tho total interest bearing debt. $232,257,144;
debt bearing no interest, 1,976,505,100;
same, less available cash items, $147,310,892;
net cash in treasury, S76,HZ,olU. Total,
490,246,300. Decrease of debt during
Tho president sent tho following nomina
tion to the senato today: David L. Haw
kins, of Missouri, to bo' assistant secretary
of tho interior, vico George A. Jenks, re
signed. executive excerita.
Tho cabinet session today was devoted to
tho consideration of tho Canadian fisheries
question, and tho action of congress in re
gard to tbo Geneva award and railroad
Tho secretary of stato today received a
short telegram from tho United States con
sul at Apia, Samoa, saying that ho had
hoisted tho Samoa flag under tho American
flag as a recognition of King Malictoa, as
against King Tomasesi. No particulars aro
The president has vetoed another pension
bill, upon tho ground that it is not based on
Washington, Juno 1. Mr. Beck intro
duced a bill to prohibit members of con
gress from acting as attorneys or employes
of railroad companies that hold charters or
had grants from tbo United States.
Mr. Miller called up tho bill cntending the
eight hour law to letter carriers. Tho bill
On motion of Mr. Dolph tho senato re
sumed tbe consideration ot the Northern
Pacific land forfeiture bill.
A long debato followed, and at 2 o'clock
tho matter went over until tomorrow and
the bankruptcy bill was placed beforo tho
After Mr. Hoar by unanimous consent
hid secured somo amendments to the bill,
Mr. George moved to strike out all tho sec
tions that provide for involuntary proceed
ings in bankruptcy.
Mr. Hoar moved to lay Mr. George's
amendment on tho table. Lot yeas 14,
nays 25. Tho bill then went over until to
morrow. Mr. riurnb offered tbo following resolu
tion, which was referred to tho committee
on the judiciary:
Whereat, There is now pending before
the judiciary commUteo of the senate, senato
bill No. 1,609, authorizing the use of public
monies m building branch lines of railroad
for tbe Union Pacific lUilroad company,
and there is also pending beforo tho same
committee senate bill No. 2,395, authorizing
said company to construct branch lines by
means of stocks and bonds issued on tbe
same, and there is also pending before the
senato bill No. 1,200, providing forextend
ing payments of the debt owing by the said
company to the government for a long
period of time, and
Whereas, It was charged en the floor of
the senate on Friday, May 23, that said
Union Pacific Hallway company had issued
a largo amount of fraudulent stock and
bonds, which are still outstanding, adding
to tho burdens of tbe people who do busi
ness over said road; therefore,
Itosolved, That is is the sense of the sen
ate that no legislation affecting said railway
company should be considered until said
charco concerninc the fraudulent iesue of
stock" and bonds be thoroughly investigated,
and the committee on judiciary of the sen
ate is hereby directed to cause said charge
to be investigated and to make full report
thereon to the senate, and for that purpose
is empowered to sena lor persons ana paper
and administer oaths, and tbo expenses of
said investigation shall be paid out of the
coctir. rent fund of the senate.
Mr. Plumb called np the conference re
port on the po.loGce appropriation bill,
and on this motion the senate insisted on its
amendment and reappointed Messrs. Plumb
and Mahone as conferes on the part of the
On motion of Mr. Plumb tho senate then
took up tbo bill to prevent the acruiring of
real propcrtj- by ahens.
Mr. riumb said bewoula personally pre
fer to have had a bill in some respects more
restrictive than tbo present one, but the bill
represented tbe views cl tva committeo on
public lands. The bill was passed.
.Mr. snerman called up me supplemental
Chinese immigration bul which explains the
meaninc of the orcmal bQls on tbe sams
subject passed in ISS2 and 1SS4. BUI
Mr. Wearer, of Iowa, rising to a question
ot privilege, sect to the clerk's desk and had
read aa editorial frc-m an Iowa paper de
claring that he had betrayed the interests cf
his constituents by opposicc the oleornar-
gerine bill, intimating that tbe mSliocs of
Armour had the icfineace in arrangag this
opposition, and declaring that he had ob
tained his seat is congress through fraud.
AU these charges ha denounced as entree;
he had bees and still is in favcr of the
oleomargerine hill, aad it was false that be
had been indceaced imprcperir in hit
cours: in regard to that measure- Vo charge
had bees made acautl him ia the contest
for hi seat which had bees eonirxned to
aim by the house by aa almost rrsanrmoa
Taahosjss taen weatatoa
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tjo wMa oat Ika ossmssswism WB.
The first amendment in order was that'
offered by Mr. Daniel, of Virginia, abolish -
:ttu4iiuMtT ,nit it m, Mikt .-
62 to 110. i
Tim ammdment offered bv Mr. Daniel
abolishing the tax on brandy was rejected'
UJ OO bU Jw".
air. Dunham, of Illinois, offered an
amendment reducing from 10 cents to 3
cents per round tbe tax on oleomartrerine.
xnen anenumenis were onerea hxmg tne
rate at 4 aid 6 cents per pound, but they
were rejected, only, however, after a couple
of hours bad been consumed in securing a
On motion of Mr. Hatch, of Missouri, tho
amendment offered by Mr. Dunham was
amended so as to fix the rate at 8 cents and
as so amended was agreed to.
Mr. B-owne, of Indiana, offered an
amendment exempting from the 8-cent tax
oleomargerine which has been ascertained
to bs pure and wholesome and which is sold
under it proper ntme. Lo:t 44 to 92.
Mr. Dunham offered as amendment pro
viding that there shall be placed on every
tax for any sum of money, or payment of
any debt, a special tax ot the denomination
of two cents. lieiectod. Also an amend
ment providing :bat all United States
officers shall pay i tax of five per cent, on
their salaries, llejecled. Also an amend
ment requiring railroad companies to pay a
tax oi ten per cent, on all dividends Ke-
Mr. Dunham then moved to strike out
the taxing section. Lost, SO to 134.
Mr. JTegley and Mr. Curtin, of Pennsyl
vania, presented tho protest of tho trades
assembly of Western Pennsylvania, repre
senting 70,000 workingmen, against the pas
saceof the oleomanrerino bill.
Mr. Tillman, of South Carolina, presented
the protests of the oleomsrgorine manufac
turers in New York and Brooklyn, and ot
the Charleston, S. C. merchants exchange
against the passago of tho bill.
Pending further action the committee
Tho speaker appointed Messrs. Blount,
Kiggs and Bingham a3 conferes on the post
office appropriation bill.
The house then adjourned.
The President's Bride.
New York, June 1. It was lato when
Miss Folsom arose this morning, and
breakfasted with her rrothcr. Two hand
some bouquets wero sent into her by Mrs.
Whitney. Miss Endicott, accompanied by
her mother and cousin and tho wives of tho
cabinet officers aro still in tho city. Mis
FoUom will leave for Washington at 9
Wilson S. Bisscll, of Buffalo, Mr. Cleve
land's former law partner, called upon Mi's
Folsom at the Gilscy house at noon today
and spent a half hour in conversation with
her. Ho said ho should accompany Mis
Folsom and hor mother to Washington this
evening. Ho said that President Cleveland
and his brido would soon take a trip to
Kurope, tho date of their departure, how
ever, bo could not say. It was his intention,
he said, to accompany them (broad. The
trip will probably bo made ho added, just
after congress adjourns.
Mr. Bicll and Mr. Benj. Folsom left tho
hotel about 2.S0 o'clock.
Mi-a Folsom spent the forernoon quietly
at tho hotel. At 1 o'clock sho was alono
with her mother, buy with her correspond
ence. Sinco her arrival Jin this city sho his re
ceived a heavy mail and not a few letters
from "cranks." This morning's mail brought
her a letter from a man in Cleveland, O.,
signing himself "J. J. M-irtic, a friend of tho
He wanted to know If she would teach her
husband to study tho amelioration ot the
sufferincs of tho laboring classes. "Will
you," be wrote, "adviso your husbnnd how
to deal with these questions, and will jou
when you are a mother teach vour children
to have- tho interests of the laborirg elates
Miss Folsom's mother and Mrs. Secretary
Whitney drovo out this afternoon.
Miss Folsom and her mother devoted the
spare time of tho afternoon to tho packing
of trunks. Miss Folsom took dinner with
her mother and cousin. They sat down at
5.30 p. m., and did not ariso until about 7
JOhn Kelly Dying.
New York, Juno 1. It is reported that
John Kelly is now dying.
Liter. John Kelly died at 3.20 p.m.
His wife wa with him: sho is dangerouslv
Mr. Kelly has been ill for somo months.
During the last few weeks ho teemed to feel
comparatively well, but lat evening at 8
o'clock was taken with an attack of fainting
and become weaker afterwards. Mondny
ho was worse, but this morning an improte
ment was apparent. At noon, however, Lo
began to sink and tho approach of tbo end
was realized. Mr. Kclley'. death was pain
less although ho waj conscious to the last.
Only Mrs. Kelley and her two children were
present when tho patient passed away. -Mrs.
Kclley was prostrated by tho blow and is
too ill to sco anybody.
No funeral arrangements have as yet been
Bold, Crave Charges.
New York, Juno 1. Tbo World this
morning says: It happened that at the vcr
rnonrnt that the receiver of the Banker's x
Merchant's Telegraph company is proceed
ing against Jay Gould and his Western
Union company for wrecking the rival sys
tem, tho stockholders of tho Texas fc Pacific
railroad aro charging Jay Gould with wreck
ing that company in the interest of the Mis
souri Pacific "Jay Gould has simply
wrecked this road," said Henry Clews who
presided at tbe stockholders mctiag yester
day. "The plan is to reorganize tho road
through a foreclosure, which means tho for
feiture oi its present United States charter.
A state charter is to bo substituted, which
admits of the road being gobbled up at
bankrupt prices by a few individuals and
leased to the Missouri Pacific.
Ocean Steamer Missing.
Halitat, N. S., Juno 1. The steamer
I'orlea arrived today from St. John, N. It.,
onroute for New York, with tbe nowi that
the stcamr Siberian bad not reached that
rt up to the time she left. Nothirg had
n seen ot her on tbe way. i his report.
added to the telegram from St. Johns an
nouncinj; tho non-arrival of the Siberian,
causes tho peoplo of Halifax to experitnee
the mo.t lively fears for the safety of their
friends on board. Sixty-seven passengers
went on board the steamer at this port,
many of whom intended to go St. Johns
A Slick Trick
. New York, Juno 1. A BradforJ, Penn.,
special sav: W. N. George, of Duko Cen
ter, near Lore, a prominent organizer for the
Knights of Labor and conspicuous in his at
titude against monopolies waj arrested and
held to bail yesterday, on a charge of system
atically Vobbing the National Transit Pipe
Line company for a period of three vears of
many thousand barrels of iL This line
was tapped, it is allesred, by a hall inch pip
being inserted and led away to George's
tank. It it charged that about twelve bar
rels each day have been thus stolen for thrre
years, making a total of over 13,0CO barrels.
Just a Nibble.
Arxchat, N. B Juno 1. Two American
vessels bought ba'rt yeterdy outside tbe
harbor. Tbc fisbe-man will "not disclose
their names. They T-ent to a place south
of Cape August and Jerseyman't island,
where bait u sold on the quiet. Neither
had Sags, nor came into port.
Boston, June 1. A sped! from Halifax
to the Herald ssys: The captain of a ccter
just arrived reports that L. Holett seized
an American macEcrei stnerman cc tne
The Drouth South
SratrrxroBT, La-, June 1. The drouth
still prevail here and complaints are com
ing in of iU prsvaler.ee in sH ouarter of the
surrounding country. In the black lands of
the river thesoQ is cracked totuch aa exiret
that it it impossible to wcri the crept. The
rottoncropia tbi locality U la excest of
that of last rear, but much depend opoa tie
the early rain- Planter from hill country
report tbe soil as bdly baked sad vegeta
ble cf all kinds burning cp.
Dominion War Docs.
Ottawa, Jcse 1. The raihtary dejart
mri las IwgmI orders fir the withdrawal
of the dztachmest of Beiterr B, which ha
bes tlalised tn the North est since the
rebellion. It is expected list a coctisctci
of a battery located at Moce Jac will re
ceive recall iaaeeIatslyv
Tit for Tat.
Chicaco, Jcsa 1. Tbe Rock Xtla3 r4
acsocaees a cat is irtt-clas rates frcta
Cs&atoSt.Fa2to 7 ia rttilistjon fcr
(to eat jr Hm IHwaako sb4 Sc Pal rc
I a vmm wj warn aaw ! ,! w w
THE LABOR CONGRESS
Regulate the Financial
System of the Country and Me
morallze Congress Thereto.
Cleveland, O., June 1. The Knights of
Labor convention was opened at 8 o'clock
this morning. Tho first business was the
adoption of the amended report of the com
mitteo on strikes and boycotts. The exec
utive board must approve of all future
strikes, except in certain grievances cases
where action is necessary and a strike or
boycott will not be allowed without their
The committee on legislation presented a
resolution which was adopted. The com
mittee urges that the petition kaown as doc
ument No. 77, adopted at the Hamilton
conference, bo presented to congress as their
The recommended document No. 77, re
ferred to by tho committee, it as follows:
Itesolved, That the following petition be
presented to congress:
"That your petitioners are mostly citizens
of the United States, and members of the
laboring clas-es of society; that whilo
human labor produces wealth, those who
performed no honest labor have amassed
most of tho wealth and most of those who
have performed the labor live to enjoy
nothing and feel that this stale of things
is largely duo to both vicious legislatures
and want ot proper legislation by con-gres-;
that tho money of tho United
States is of uncertain -jaluo differing widely
in different parts of the country, whereas be
ing a mca-uro of commercial valuo it should
be fixed and unvariablo in value. For ex
ample, at this time in one part of tbo coun
try money is worth only 2 per cent interest
per annum, and in another 12 per cent, and
tn another 20 per cent, and ranges from 2 to
20 per cent throughout tbo country. That
uncertainty in the value of money causes dis
trust and uncertainty in all commercial
transactions in so much that capital is timid
and labor unemployed, in consequenco ot
which the industrial classes are financially
ruined, and laborers thrown out of employ
ment and indescribablo want and suffering
brought upon them by the unjut gains ac
quired by thoo who manipulate the money.
That tho supply of a largo portion ol th'e
raonoy of the country is ia the control of
private corporations, called National Bank
ing association-, creatures of congressional
legislation, with whom a private gain is the
only motive for supplying money to the
people; that it is through the manipulations
of said corporations and other money lend
ers that tbo people suffer many of tho mis
fortunes and grievances hereinbefore men
tioned, and many others not mentioned.
That tho right to issuo or coin money is
the iiigb. sovereign prerogativo which ought
not to bo exercised by any but tho highest
power in tho nation, and wo view with
alarm the exercise of such prerogatives by
privato persons or corporations, and as a
remedy for tho evils of which wo complain
and for the redress of grievances wo suffer,
as herein set forth, wo pray jour honorable
body to fulfill tbe duties imposed on you by
tho " constitution section S, Jarticlo 1
which provides that congress shall havo
power to coin money, regulato the valuo
thereof and of foreign coin and fix tbe
standard of weights and measures. That
you lltthe mei'uro of alua by establish
ing ajn-t, uniform and invariable rato of
interest for money lonncd; that in order to
maintain such rate of interest as a normal
rato you repeal all laws authorizing private
per-on3 or cororations to issuo money, and
in their stead establish public loon offices
throughout tho country wherovcr needed
at least ono in every count with proper
officers to perform tho duties of said offices.
That the national government lend money
to tbo people at said offices on good sub
stantial security, and at said fixed rato of in
terest, on demand, and that tho profit arising
from the business of lending said money be
covered into tho trcasurJ for publicuses.
That said loan offices bo also mado depos
itories for the savings of tho people.
Itesolved, That tbo general raasterwork
man shall certity to duplicnto codIhs of the.
foregoing jetition to congress, and that he is
requcstnl to select the most suitablo member
of congress and U. S. sonitor available and
request that they present siid petition to
their respective branches of congress.
liepresentativo Ixwe, of l'ennylvania,
then introduced a bill for recommendation
to congrcs" entitled "An act fixing tbe meat
urn and regulating tho value of money." The
b." p ovules for tho correction of abuses
a i 1 for tho loaning of money by the covern
mer.t at 3 per cent, per annum. Tho bill
contains lt0 long sect'ons.
After tbe adoption of tho above tho com
mittee on the stuto of tho order read its re
port and tho general assembly took a recess.
The entiro morning was taken up in dis
cussing the report of tho committeo on the
state of tho order to whom wero referred
troubles with trades unions. The report
and discussion wero cot given to tbe press
but it was lesrned tht no action had b-n
taken in tho matter.
Eallno vs. Gladstone.
Portland, Me., Juno 1. Tho home rule
meeting in tho city hall tonight attracted
an immense throng.
Hon. James K. Blaine appeared ca the
platform accompanied bv President Looney.
Mr. Blaino was creeled with tremendous
applause. Gen Itobie introduced the dis
tinguished gentleman, who spoke bntfiy
He raid ho had recently been etked to x
plain what the Insh question is. In anwer
Inp, the first query would be, what ia home
rule. It is what every slate and territory in
America enjoys and Ireland does not enjoy.
Ireland cannot organize a gas company or
borsq railroad without the content of the
British parliament (cheers). By this rule,
for instance, ho thought the city of Port
land could not make Improvements without
the consent of the New York legislature.
I do not stand Lero simply to lay that
Mr. Gladstone's a perfect measure; I do
not stand hero to y I ever could pve you
tho exact detsili of that meaiure, I do not
say I ever took time to examine them, but I
say that I am ia favor of any bill that
should take the first steps towards ngbtine
the wrong and of handing over ths govern
ment to Ireland.
PntUDEtraiA, June 1. Th employe of
the pUamg and sih mills cf this city struck
today to tbo number of 2.0M. ith tb
exception of four mills, the proprietor of
w hich have already conceded tbe demands
of tbo raca. every 'man employed U placing
and sash rnill went out. In this strike the
men are upheld by the Fro!ctive Building
Trade or.unciJ, numbering 1W men.
Accordingly, unless their demands are
sgreed to, no workmen will undertake to
work on buildings, from cellar digger op to
PiTTsBraa, June 1. The Oshlapd Street
Car compny resumed work with non
union men this morning. Nice cars ars
aow running with polic on each car to Jcep
order. The strikers teem dii posed to com
mit no unlawful acts. Everything is juit
on the Union aveaae line. A nnmbr of
carr are running with old employes, aad
other, have promised to return to work this
Nrw York. Juae L Tho 220 tnecbaaie
oftheKdiion machiae work, who struck
a month ago fer a redaction of time of la
bor, returned to work todsy. The men will
cow receive tea hotsi pay for cine hours
work and extra pay for orertiam.
Heavy Failure An Impostor.
CrnrA&o, Juc 1. The f&Hare U an
nounced of Tomer, BIumlt A Co., grain
dealer, with b4jurteri at Nuba, lows.
Liability from $70,000 to $UifiOO. They
have beea rnaa-ac a sxaiber of eJeTtlors.
Wuiiaai Felehcr, aa ex-em
Tbompoa' stone yard, tppe
ordtr at a walkiaz delecste (
Cutters catos and orcerec ta nvo out oa
th ground that Thompson act cxnapjyfcg
with the anion se- A distarsasce earoed
aad Felcher w 'tiled. Tb& sorciss; Jat
tic Mens ced hna $ far vielatic the
Hhaoit tUtct wsSci prarrid a peaxhy tor
ialfcrfmae with wsrrmea or Jadsdcg tbsoa
to leave worlc Fricher iauiti that he was
ia aa ccUJ capastr at a w.!iis j delegate,
batlheSae stood. '
New Asylum Official
St. Josrra, Mol, Jose L Tie hctri
aitsscert of ti stale lesalic atjrcaa, No. 2,
:&e Uiit-r, asd stV? a ntriari srastos
eeti D.-. B.-Isstli, of t&a estr. apr
isttedect of tl ujixsi, Ti Dr. Gwj C
CatSett, cTserAMd. Tbers were twelve Sfp3
ocU. ud Dr. & su ekrtad c tt
vcoad taStvi. H s tors stvi assl ia
Jksdr cwssiT. Mo. SU ssrrsat m 1km
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J Commerce and Railroads.
i Kansas Crrr, June 1. Tbe members of
' tbe Mississippi and Missouri valley hard
j ware association met here in secret session
for their semi-annual conference to-day.
There aro representatives present from St.
Paul, Omaha. St. Joe. Leavenworth, Sioux
City. Burlington. Dubuque, Davenport and
Rock Island. Tbe principal business of tbe
meeting is said to be tne consideration of
The contract was let here today to a Kan
sat City firm for building ono hundred and
thirty mile of tho Kansas & Colorado rail
road, extending from Salina into Nest
Grain In Slant.
New York, June 1. The visible supply
of grain in comparison with that of a week
Expiated His Offence.
Jacksonville, N. C, June 1. George
McXoir, a negro, 19 years of age, wa
banged today for the crime of rape,commit
ted in April of last year, upon a white girl
9 years of age.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago Urmia aad Produce.
Tbe rate wa rather heavy la wheat today
Tbe foreign cablet were of an unfavorable
tenor. Indicating dull and wrater mtrtett.
There were remits cf needed rain In the wheat
districts of the rel and nonhweet, snd under
Ui4-eln3aenciS there at rr little iIUhxI
tioa to purchase. aiiJ offerings during most of
the tension were Ulle Urge Toe estimate on
the !a!ble tnprily vn fur about 3,ouo im
bushels decrease Tbe s artlng price fvr Jaly
ws7S offtuTI',, rote to T3l, broke to 1i,
and cleil at 71 V on the regular board. The
maiket was ess) aaln In the afternoon, but
closed at about the same figures at 1 o'clock.
Corn ruled wtater Influenced bv largrr re
ceipts, lack, of shipping demand and report of
rail The cloe w about lcslde figures
The offerings In osti were lsre, and price
broke off Xc. rejctel a trifle and closed steady
Mess ioik ruled firmer In early transactions,
but broke off and closed wester
Hhrat ales ranged: June, 7JT3'. cloed
7.1'.,: July. TI'.HTJ'.,. close! 71; August.
7i'fe7B1.. closed 7b.',; S rttK. 73., u.
3 spring, 7$77.
Corn ale ranged; Cath, 34V&33. closed
3IK;June, 3l,s:, closed 3S: July. 3i
3i,4, dosed 3.S; Augutt, S:'n37.S, clused
Oats Sal ranged Ca-li, SJ",; June W,
.". closed 20; July, nrira;',. rlo-e.1 -..,
Kye dull; -So. 2, Spc.
lUrley dull; No 3, Me.
I'ork Ssles ranged CublS"; June, SS
8a 35, c!o,rd t i 3i I.1; July, t" S'-Wi 11
Closed -i 41 &.1 l.'S
Lard sate ranged: ca.li and June, S3t7H6
5 W; July. S3MVi 'J7.
Ilutter creaiuery. W18; dairy, 13SII.
Receipts wheat, 21,000; corn, 4;,u; ols,
St. Lias OrsUn and Produce.
fir. Locia. Juno 1
Flour Acute but unchanged
Whtst Active but lower. Market cwnl
anl declined WIS, but regained later In the
day aptof the lost, sndclo-rd about steady
at adcllneor S'c from Saturday's 'imita
tions. feales ranged No. 5 red cath 7SVet7V1,'; June.
7l?i7.''S, do-lng73'.; July, 7KS7K, clilng
73V,: August, 76S&70.',, closing 7ii'(t7e.S;
Corn very weak and lower, closing .Mile
under Saturday; No Zmliedcash.SO',': June,
3;$3I, elotlng 3ntl July. 3I.'I August.
33SSI.'. eliolng 3JS; September, 3ISl5W,
Oats tery dull and easier, No. i rolled cash,
21; Jane, -.v.; July 21.
Itve eteady; el atktd
Hsrley Xo maiket.
Hatter drill and ay; creamery. 1S13;
Eggi higher, re
I'orV wetk, S3 to.
Lard-.tesdy ,S3 70
Itecelpt wheat, If.ttO; corn U0,H; cats,
Kacus Cltr Grain and Product.
KlKii CITT. June 1
The Itaily Indicator repjrta wheat reoelntt
I,CO); shipments li.KW; M store. !tl,i:
market nticnger: No. J red, raj. SV bid, M
ked; June.Se bid, 37 uked; Jaly. V bit:
US atked; August. !&),-, No 2 son cath, 61
bid. C3 atked.
Corn Uerelpl H.lim: thlpmentt lo.'in; In
ttore 70,(; 'lulet: .No cjuh 25V; June.
'; July 2t.S bid, ZTH akedj No 2 while
cash. ; bid. aked.
Hay Pull and wrtk laney sma'l balled,
Sf); Urge, SflUf.
Eggs weaker at te
ltuttr .lull, wesk : choice creamery. 3; fine
Chicago Livt Stoct.
I 'Cattle lllpu, .Vi; shipments. I.'-"0.
market al'iw .VaiUe lower: hlppUs" titers
Miwlaulb. St 23 S W; ucker and fVeters.
St ''d-l 75. dixi, bulla and nil ltd iliS 73;
bulk. Si 734M 10; throDfh leitt cows, S2't
3i, grata ilfers, ts 101 C3; corn-fed, S3 73ns
Mors ItecrlpU. SI i. ibipineBU, l.wfli
market strong and thtde feigner; rough and
mixed S3 Ml 10. packing and shipping,
St f-.'-M I3 light, SI , VI. tkl-,SX SxaVtOT.
Hep UecHpta, V hl mnU, nj
market stronger) natlirt, S!UI S
St. Loolt Live Stock.
t. Loins. Jac I
Cattle Kecelits, 2fO sWpmtnU, lSs
market strosger on good rnna-fed csttle, other
gradea qnl't: exirort S3 313 i flr to good.
SI Jii S3: common, S utt 73; e..fI
Texaa. S3 3WS3 10, rr-fl T ant, SI 7& :
cows and bHfera, SI 'JVfX r3j iloek.rt and
lings receipt ; tfcipmeot. xi mar
ket acllTf and ateady; boleliera and beat ship
ping. St IMS 73. mixed packing, S3 734 13 1
light. SI t'ai (M.
fcheep-. I'rnetpta Z3i; atlps-rsla KJ)f market
steady; i Ui M
Kanaaa CUT Live Stock.
Unit Crrr, Jon 1
Cattle Bwlpu. 1W4. shipments, ft")
msrket setlte aeVS about steadti choice to
fanry. S3 V9A 13, lair to good, St e4 i
want to rwdinm. Si U4I Ui; sVickM sad
f.!rt. S3 rMM 13; cows, SI C U.
Hogs Keeetpla. l.lsi sfal&'U. J.tt ttesdy
g-od loeno!eS3 70ttO;cDflnaoa to wdinm,
Shr-p- BfcHpt YfT.l iklBTbesU. Eli
steady; fr to r olee : X(SSS omizKr f
medlun, SI irfiJ 39
At lowest rates and
ready for borrowers
AT ONCE !
S. W. COOPER,
37 MiiinJSt.. Wichita, Kvn.
f elevator. J
WILL. orES AT
102 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
CitUe Kiel fcrfWljr.
Thursday, May 27th.
I AaL AjjA Wftal MAfskauAflkA m MJeM
THE BOSTON STORE
HOLDS THE LEAD.
Tide Turned Our Way.'
HAVE JUST CONTRACTED EOR
5000 yds Unbleached Muslin, J
Full yard wide, heavy
Saturday morning, June 25,
To Continue Until Sold, at the ex- ;
treme Low Price of I
vl r. Jt j A . T-a -- -s J
Never before sold for
2500 ydsDress Oingharas 1
At 6 3-4 cents, never known to be less than 12 1-2c.
Come Early. This is a Rare
WALLENSTE1N & COHN,
TIRELESS AND RESTLESS WORKERS FOR TRADE.
Cor. DOUGLAS AVE and MARKET ST.
We shall place on sale
4 pieccfi Black silk
actual worth 1.75.
6 pieces of surah
and blue at Goc; actual
6 pieces Black silk
nl at"iWLfe E T
"'" """"' '
42 pieces English
and seersnekers at 7c.
slightly damaged, but
.52 dozen silk Taffeta Gloves in black ;
and the new shades
sizes, .35c; regular price
Shall offer these bargains for a few dayi
round thread, which will
.rer x ara. j
less than 7 1-2 cents.
Opportunity and will not lait
Saturday morning: i
Rhadzimcr t 97c,
silk in brown, black 1
brocades at Goc; act-if
(The Ginghams art:
are made to sell afcl
of mauve and tan, all
of these is 75c.
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