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D mi. rtOFKMIOBAL. |T»OMyT»-»'M.«W _ ml, W. O oTOeLB. JOB* ABTH m BVSH 01001E ft AITHOR, a TTOR*BY* AT LAW. eer Biaek. ffreat Beettk. W. T. >. P.CARROLL, A TTORXIY AND COUSSKUJOR-AT A t»w. Rmm 17 MMt U PMeta MWfic. riwt t* T. H. CAN*. ATT »\rr AHD ROCWWLO* AT LAW, »ibr ».< Onttml.»vm»» of l »'i tor fHii IMifiin iin 4 tk- of M». wt OMMBwIaI . raacttlir. QS<». B>1» Kri-t. t-not m.JTt MCNAUGHT, FERRY. MCNABHT * (MM IT. ATTOR*RV« AT LAW-WTT? PHAC tlr* ia »I 1 >b • Oirta of the Te ritory. Mm »t It H Commcreiai *tre»» H»a> la, W T- wlill *m uwi rsnsro* |a ■ caaa aamaoauci MC BRIBE- CABR ft PRESTON. A TTO*WffT* AWD (X)U-m«U/)R» T. s« Law Offices M LtroiMT, Mount TmnuKtAuUlA flaattto OAM. Haom .Ymttr Vmrr Mock. d«mw EBEN SMITH, Attorney fit Law, C- A Cdm»'«i"T»- »nrt Votary I'ublU. tie* laad* ul >oM. F. 0 bnx tn Meettle. W. T. )at DR. J. M. FOX."" DENTIST. Office »wt laboratory Ml p-n«t at., oar am Mm- laa. la Odd Te Uewe- bonding. ■LACBLLALFBOKA. OLIVER P ANDERSON. DRAUGHTSMAN. Maps or (wattle-county Mm towwhip pUta. etc.. alwar* ■tkand or made to ardor. Offloe with Whlswort h k Tboouon. tM i floor Gordon Hwdwtr. HulMlny trhWl CHAS. B. BRAY. Tuohih or thi violin *Ut. 0. K. Thornton, mi#c * Hfctforr* Hoitc irrancH mini »■«—*»•- »"« «rl»f tend.; <MH w« v» n*lc an l MTMty) fnf ib« p)»n t? m BOONE A MEEKER, InkltMls aid SaperiiUmleaU, —m t» Y**m.l*+rr M«rfc F»nw» »►»-» fIHfIMAN, UfWCUNI A CO.. Real Estate Brokers. **" *n* WntMtwr ■Wttlw OAMDMKR * H01.)., CITIL AID WHIG IICIIEI&t, arcitf "gtraror't oftWva Oordoo 'JjjWln*. •» rront (tree I. JHL22l*** trH nmcun AND II roions F. A. CHURCNIIL, M. 0. TVBSR . or ~ * T * kar no« Hisck TBirpfcww st rp«4ij»iim» So Tf. MlMQft, Eft, tR.I) AW HON j|, p. DBS. MINOR ( DAWSON. Physicians and Surgeons orricw i,v or cat aot.'*i biack. *2*2 So M: OR. M. O. LONCIKER, fl-*^£ UATI j or THE UNIVERSITY -#\ l £J Vnn ! y, * aß,a ' a •rrr-Ulty "* r «ad Throlif. £»«• prirata. akr~*lo And .k'n «wm ul ~~ wuh -27" oonuw Third and Ctairj itrmti, Hoor«. II A. m. to 4 p. m. P.B. M.MILLER, M.D. S°fffl<W MAT U OgmOLTBD ,*l» r«wn» In th* Boyd h Bonota hnuia«. No. m. t-w Kama Viuiin U.I) OSB. SMITH & WILLAKD, Physicians and Surgeons OSop la rhartal Work t!fl Pront . __ <l9 wtaUr*. vnni norit»~t in t m. And rtr C. A WEED. M. D. ( ) r . nCt , R,IOM * TBBIJCH \J hlork. IVattto. R-a4d<.»oa oor ff"' *ad t'aloa a>a. TelephonaNo. I omrn koara from 11 to II A. □>„ I lo 4 • n m aw>f 1776. 1887. Fourth of July CIIIAND CELEBRATION ! A , - T » B "BkAT MWOBItY or OCR '*r* AtVnd ih» jaMWa at to/aSLaZ k»T» -orolßdad to atay «l bsaia "» r*« thru a twitdt. ®or Prircsi are tlir Uweal, •sr Uoods are the Be?.t. Our Sun Chop Tea aiitl Blended Coflee <*nnot be exeelled. ®" r Utihery In prompt. •«r Terois are 4 a>h. ®ar Price Li.sts m hf had •o sppliratiun. f» r Ouruelves. we are »lwa> * -At Home.** HALEY & WRIGHT 612 Front street. IS I US TELEPHONE 2S I y Uj . PAT K\>K THK h*i L'H> > JZ 'Wrtei. tnm mj kc-UM l*V»- •»Tf2f l r l** 1 - OOB * I r)«f of toid *»Urt at v t++4trg to . \J\ J )r ' M » ASCSJUBX "•W WT.wit <*- iks.| PARLOR BOOT i SHOE STORE ( »« "at. on ••ronlet* W« kar* t *"'.*. ty *•*«' e*eert«i«-* la the b-jai .(y"»ht fr »« ltae«e*B OIUVTPCIARO'S whom VT T»GN>A>I)T batwe** ihiw movciutan»nvfiifiAd eufyto Guarantee every pair of Shoes sold by us. We boy with wh. dta-oaaUac all oar **■ ooeferisMe, with new rarcet, new ®UU «Rd we invite yon OnMul hr the twse petroaawa we hare reoedved. we are rvf reepectfully, SIMON & SMITH. 400 ACRES Of very fine land, 3 1-2 miles from the business center of the city. This tract of land is beautifully located, over looking Lake Washington ; its fertility of soil, conveni ence to the City, make it a very valuable piece of prop erty We will sell a great ba r gain in this tract of land for Cash. For particulars Call at our Office or write. We have a few B acre Lots left In SemwrvlUs, wMch we will sen at 5360 to «SOO each. We have seme fine tracts of Timber Land ; alao aome valu able Coal Lands. A fine list ef Cltv Property. Call and aee our bimlni. HEFNER 4 OISHON 208 i Oommeroial street, Seattle. W. T. Money Waiting for Mortgages, at low rates EUWD DOWNING &CO Starr Block. KKAITLE BANKS AND BANKEKb FIRST NITIgxIL BI\K OF* KKATTLE, Beattl«, Washington Territory. Paid-it* Capital Sl5O 000* GEO. W. NARRtt, W. I. WAOlEtfiH, Prakidarl. Cathwr. Oonorkl baaklac bnofa«as transacted, tttckt and tataaraphlr axohaaca PAT"**'# taill U»a prtarfpJrtttaa oftta I attad •**•%*• a*A lhiwn*. >uan OAT«rr. |R. B. raaat, Pneldaatl Tloa l'rastdaai J. FVIIE. CaEhlar. Paget Scans) Rational Bank of Seattle. Occidental Block. I»UT ANl> SKM. FOIUCION AND 1> datwlr KXohaarfA, traarffcr mrm»» 7 MTVRAPK A ur PUT of tha HALTED JLALD AND KUROIO, rwsln <I«P"SLTS F MM> AH.', TWUA paw hooks or <*- tMleaa* tlMmCr. < ORHVPIIXDUm London. R, V. llotlwrMM fc Bona. Parta. Im Kctharh.H Prwaa. *-aak»nr» A. M . I. Vm R«al»«r * '"a. Haw Tork, mmo) Buk « F KLMWA. Kimoarrtal National Bank, iiaatoa. SnRWk National Baak. tar rraMta.-o.tk* Haxk at Oatttarr«' tK* W»Hoa«l I)h\TBR IIORTON & f0„ BANKERS, lioorpnratcil CAPITAL. 5200.000. w *- , - 4Ptl Via fmM« - ...A. A. BWM Marnier '. '• Bvrt Cutter r. Bxisoa OIiiHT rXCHA*t»E AND TttKIAWIO «r»»rfr « «a V. T »k, Mto. r»»l. rnrom Pj*-.lA> d. ttruv prl«u ia W..IUHIM. OM|» abj BrowA O .uaibla. ail a at Ktrhiofa oa UooJao, S*All »Uta «m tiaca ia te»tA Ottf i.U ti imida a> *ll points <s fA»ar*a!a Mraa Aaoda. ■< «k- rrar-rwl aa ,Vr- ** l' ** r >*d HBRt HINTS' MTIOML BANK OF SEATTLE. rnItANSACTS OENKHAX BASKING 1 huataaMA »! * \ - aa.l BUI » EX CHANGE oa a. I CBM>IT. Qtras Cn!ijom-.wa *P»HaI attMtlja. coajt»e«*n > **T , s SA.IWAI )*ark Haak. S»w Va-k rtrst NA4io«AI Haak, I'&Kafu. P»«- r„- B»»« »a» rra«wT«* SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANT. ii hi b«nn <» «i Merchant*' National Bank i OSCCWTUCS AK P ▼At.UABfcW. •#» pmtmj *«a *■»<* re ,-nd for «*.'» kn*ea*»M Borne*. *a4 1> ro * «•*«• .« T»iTJ t*aw4 *i iff® Iff '« ** V *»- «»« W*i» «w» PURCHASERS WILL FIND REPRESENTED IK THB STOCK OF W. P. BOYD & GO. TNI LATEST PiOOUCTIOiS IN DRESS GOODS, NOTIOISTS, Ladies'-: Hen's Fontisbiii Goods Etc Etc- ........Etc- Constant additions of Novelties in Parasols, Embroideries, Laces, Hand kerchiefs and Trimmings. IN HOSIERY AND CORSETS Oar styles are new and attractive. To our Gentlemen Friends: We have this day received from Chicago a large invoice of NEW AND POPULAR SCARFS. The* have distinctive features in Patterns and Make-up. THE ARCADE. Front street. ... - Neattle PIOXRBR WHOLESALE ESTIBLISHMB.NT OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY. SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO IMPORTERS AND WUOUC3ALKRB OF CROCEIIES. HARDWARE SHIP CHANDLERY, CLOTHINQ. DRY COODS, FANCY GOO'S BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS ANO CAPS) ETC Will also sell, both WHOLBBAL B and RaTAit, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtains, House Fur nishing Goods, Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc , etc. We cordially Invite the trade of Washington T.rrltory to give as a call SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO. A LEWIN & CO., ImportcrM ol au<l Dealers In Cigars. Tobacco, PIPES -A-HSTIP 3ST OTIOISrS- Smoke the Southern Beauty and Horace Kelly's Bouquet, Key West. Commercial street, Seattle, Wash. Ter. LOUIS PELZ, General Salesman. STOVES, RANGEB, TINWARE. THE MECHANICS' STORE. THS BEST, THE FINEST, THE CHEAPEST, The G-old Coin Range, BCJV ISO OTIIEII. . TINNINO and FZ«UMBINO. null) n KO«X. Prwl4»«i sad nanagrr. Uj m K. «• •SCKVfIi, IMPORTER AND JOBBKR or CIGARS ARO TOBACCOS, MEERSCHAUI GOODS, PIPES. CUTLERY, STATIORERY Mill street. Yesier-Leary Building. Seattle. W. T. aonti flrw the in or de Madrid Kajr W«at clts'l. f«10 General Insurance Agency TAYLOR & BURNS, A6ENTS. FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Butlor Building, Jnmos atroot 1 X«JCI*JS W.KITTKN Df ru* rtHXOWIKO natST-CLAHa AMKKIt A* t —d rorei«B (.otr.pAniaa tin. Liverpool, London Jt Qiobe t&jae,ooC (*«tnßj«r3>ai Cei«i IsjmiOQC Oatiforata 1,010,000 Cafcta Fir* aod Muuw of Nrw /riUod 9M.060 JCUft. "t a.maoo York 1.01&OOO Ottard. Ki«!Ad»l|>a»A 1 384.0H0 fu« XwooSAtun., Pbiladelpiiia 4.230,000 KaUoua!. Hartford 1J054.000 S«*Ark Ne* ZeaUaad .MJJO.OOS Bt. PABI Firt «Bd Mir a» LSLK Acrsctiltartil. See Tark 1 ~*2i,OUO jScotti-fc I'juoo aad Natiot \! .a.oooano Ssi* loTaatmeet fIOCUXO l! Ao-bant, KMM *,58*400 ItMtwt, Ho* York 8.081.0(0 C sUaoctsi. N«e Y'ork 5.177.tie Pi«t« t>U.« Oownit IREUIOO 8 a: fti» OWoo, LooAi'ii. 15K t ear* ia bcMisMit, ttw sUwl (*>n'i"Ust i» tar world; 4v pmt m U» Talfcri S»»« LTliaßO Travelers' Life and Accident. lurfMi iKl<»i ■ '»» w*Hd Ml man ik«k«>i 111, V .IHJ la 1 fc- ««*•«. r» l«f fc» a 'I -firtl ky *OO M«r" ii «t« 000 na'Ptei. tun cost MA* UW*' v f*«o MI.W* UHM |M IMTTIt SEATTLE, W. T., FRIDAY 90BS1XG, JUXE 17, 18S7. FLICS I\D TROPHIES. Xuch 4 citation OTM a Proposal to Retsra Rebel F!ac< The Matter Finally Settled by an Order from Prea - ident Cleveland- THE WHEAT PAXIC. Excitement Over Indictments Against a Sheriff and His Deputies War V.taiaaa— facile aall— Astiaas ■era—Affairs la Hoaelala-Wharf s*e Bslea Chsage la Fra%hl Katae F«yariajc Chianw. Blala* la Earaye. ruu AHS Taeraica. OLD BHjims tmaa.l AerrAm ovxm TBB raoroßAi. TO mean TKB BBBiujoa raopaixa. NEW YOU. Jane 15. "M»y God palsy the band ibtl wrote (be ardtr, mi God pally the brain that cosoeived it, and may God paler the tongue t at dietaled it." G. A. K. Veterans heard these word* with baled breath and witb glance* at eaeh other with awe ae tbe terrible eeoteoeee rang out from the Oaamarder-in-Chief of tbe Grand Arm? of tbe Kepoblie tonight In the aeweia'iao hall la Hail cm. Tbe oeoa tion wu a reception tendered to the Commander ia-(kief bv the Al«xan*er Hamilton Poet No. 182, G. A. K VH ■tore were preeent from every Grand Army poet in thi« city and vteinitj. Poet Commander A. M. Underbill. pre tided. Among thoee preeent were Senior Viee Department Commander r. Lafferty, Junior Viae Commander Charles Hill, Grand Poet Htate Oom mander Htdges, of Haverstraw. and Oorp-.ral Tanner. Before tbe meeting ooened it beeame known tbat General Boat, of A satin, lexae. had retired a letter from the Adjutant General of the failed States Array, ttating tbat tbe Hreoident had ipproTt>d tbe reoommendatioa aad tie writer had been instructed by tbe B*- r«tarj of War to retnra all Confederate Jlags in oare of the department to tbe <ooihero S'ates from wboee rvgunenta the 3 ige had been oaptured daring the war of the rebellion.' Gen. rai Fairebild entered the ball with etern, %*t featnree, and hardly eaitiag fer the osnii ooartesies. tbe >ae-araied leader bnret forth witb tha expression recorded abevs. Tbe Gen j ral told of lb- new» reoeiyed by tele iimph, that tbe Presidsnt had arproyed :be proposal of the r»torn of tbe rebel dags, and bow thoae 0 tg* had bean won r>y tbe wl. rane of the G. A R in open Mofliot witb the enemiM of tbe Nation. The veteran* bnd pUoed tbeii trapbiea in oare of tbe War Di-partem nt. (hey wt re intended to be, be eaid, placed in the archives of tbe Nation as mewen rocs of the hard won fields of battle. He oontinn d : "How oan the present loyal Government of tba Southern 'tans aeoept the emblems of treason after their professions of loyalty to the Union? Host tbey not return ibsm to the Secretary and say that tbey have nothing to do with tbe fltga, as tbe rebel organ z itions are extinct and their Governors are dead?" General Faircbild said be bad fre quently listened to sentiments vblob oau<ed bim to bite bis tongac io ao ef fort to maintain bia self eontrel In tbe nine months past be bad waited Q. A. U. poets in every etate north, sect and went. He bad never is any poet ONI nas beard anything bat kindly feeliu** •xpreesed towards tbe man who bad >ooked loto tbe gan barrel* of tbe northern troops during tbe war. A* Oommander-ln Chief be bad tried to encourage this kindly feeling. Mow this was changed Tbe time bad oome to •peak io the name of the organizition, if be eoald not protest against it as Oommander-in Chief of tbe O. A. B , he would resign and protest aa a private eitix»n. Bat be was satisfied thtt tbe O. A. K. veterans wonld tiee as one iran in solemn proteet against any snob disposition of tbe trophies won at snob a fearfnl saerifiae ef bloed. liaising bis only band, tbe General said: "I appeal to the sentiment of tbe Nstion to forbid tbi* aaorilegs." Tbere araa a moment'* tilcßoe and then a wild hurrah went op and was repeated sad then oame load sail* for Carport! Lan ner. He apologized for coming without bis G. A H badge. Oaa of tbs infantry re cruited since tbe war bad asked him «by he was going out of tbe hoose without bis badge. He answered, thai after tbe President's order ia tbe oaae of tbe rebel fl igs. the next thing weald M an order demanding tbat tbe veter ans of tbe war ihoald return their ?>edgss as they were made of metal east from guns oaptored during tbe war. He was not surprised that aocb an order should emanate from one who during •.he w«r waa in ihj full vigor of mtn hood, sturdy and etrong, ye* who was refirsaeoted in tbe field by a substitute drawn from tbe Erie penitentiary. Every member should ares ia tbe icigbt ef a veteran and proteet agam*t ibis desecration. Tbe propoeed trip of Glevetaod to 81. Louis bad been d *oe»«ed by vsteraca. He bad advised tbe Western veterans to treat tbe President with tbs respect due him bat new bad oome aa order from which nothing eoald oome bat ood- mnstir, which would result in damnation. These reauatka were received with sboata and ebeers. Tbea Edmund Hendriek, late Inspector Oeoeral of tbe Depart of New Tork, and General ruckles Laar«> TOTHB n-iTroa* Aod offend tbe following resolutions Wuuu, Tbe President of tbe Caited Mates baa approved tbe reoom mendatioc that all battle fla.s in the eostudv of tbe War DaMtta*ea< be longing to tbe Soatbern Uta es io re beilioo, durtng 'be last civil war, be re tarsed to each States as bora the™, be foe* soch *n <1 diap<*inon, be it fina'ly £is>M, That thia poet views w is sorprice tbe action of the President, and record* its protest thereto, and re solve* tbat tbe saerifiae of blood whieb captured those emblems was a aaerifioe to tbe liberty of tbe National In 100 and to God Rfolnd, That DO toolimtoi of e«» eraatty m>4 »o mpwbim of m<« unoioiitv is !■ the torrauitf of tbeae nfAiitt of Nttioiuil booor. ml That h anil mom reiaeiei to direct Itai Um battle fl*e> mt lb* L'aioa be dxtnboted mmu the rt(»*«wta nee* of the k>«ilM ONfeteuj. ud u a filttoe acknowledge nasi of the ndHMXHMHoflkilMlauKiia Htmifi. Thai tbta pott eiprra* ll* dsaawrotoblio* of Ihie sot of toe Ant : Hreedwt of tbe United IkMN oho bu b»ld effiae Jmwroitj from tbt ai-marf* of tb« **r far baioa. T*m tMontKM s*rrted with • tiroes. lnu|»«u will b» t-> taw a «■ BMIiH of WWTU4 otll ntk to I*r -U t a#%twt tbe a<J«tU of toe • Prectdeet io *i azjio a u«i Dn M«h». • b«»i. J»a li -Of*. Tsait, ls».. l#A»» Mk*S Q.wssr tV'**** to peoteet to Pirtilm Bwihii) againet lava MOM bates earwdned to tba to take legal *lep*to*aj£ta Governor Lanabea baa tabmrMa the l > »a»diut aa aaapbalia pr.l.si. aad make the tir.Sisd rfHtiv*. 'iWeUow lag was aaal bT Governor Larebee: Da Mean*. law>, J aae 11 7a tt> of ttt Cm arf Stmt—. WaaUepftm, D. C.:- "I seed herewith a lmby the UmQ.V R ia tta State age two! the propoawl ra tara ut tba Hoalb oI flsaa tactond b, lbe Caioa krmy dartaa tba BebaUfc*- I add to this rsqaaal aad pnua of tba •arrivta* aotdien ta lowa tba raapeeifol bat eqoallf iiiwt rmtM of tba paopla of tba Stale, and aball daan it tat da«r to aaa all proper wdoeaaw ta praaeat aay aaob retaro of tba battie fl«aa eap tarad bt tba lowa tfoopa. ;Willta» Larrabea."] aacommtDKD BI TBB PBaroawr. NEW Voax. Jnae IS—A Waabioatoa ■peetal to tbe fseinae Pmt aay* that tdjatant Oeaerai Dram, ta aaawar to aa taqotry ta reaard to the retara loth* Soatbera Statea of all llsas and ataad arde aad aoiora wbieb were oaptared by tbe Caioa army from tbe Ooafederatre da Has the war. said :"*•«* aoia« to retara them to ail tba Stalea aorth •ad a->ath. Tbe Prwidiai baa una Banded it to ba doae. aad 1 am aow baring fall lista aiadeaf aU tbaas tro phiea la tbe t nesttrtoa of the Depart ment la a abort time we ebaU have tbe whole roileetioa aa aseortsd aad separated th it we shall be ready to for ward to eaery State ia the Cahm what ever fl tea heieaa to tbe State aolaateera whioh fell tato tbe heads of tbe army aad lato the p isarasioo of tbe War Se partmeat." rmai raou cuirani. SA> FBABCIBCO, J one 16 —Tbe follow ing mis sage waa test Eaet today: - Sea FUKIKO, Jane 16th. T* jr. B. Wray. Otnml of th.* Ormd Jrmy of tk* KepmUie, Jtadi sow. Wit.: The veteran* of the Depart meat of Oaliforaia. representing every loyal State aad Territory and almost every regiment in tbe asms* daring tbe war, moat emphaUoallv protest against the delivery of tbe oaptared flig* to tbe Soathern Statea. Thsy reepeotfally nqaeet the Comsaaader in Chief ta in stitate legal prooeedinga to prevent th* ex .•oatloo of tbe Freeideat's order, and they will oheerfally bear their part of all expeneee. EDWABD S. SALOMOB, Department Commander." DtatOBATZOH IX KANSAS. TOFKSA, Jane 16. Meoh indignation I* expressed here over the retarn of tbe Confederate fligs to their reep«*ive state*. A Urge nsmber of O. A. R. men otlled opon Gov. Martin today, who sent a telegram to Preeideat Cleve land, protesting in the name of tbe oiti tens of Kanats. aad saying that no offi eers of Government baa authority, moral or legal, to surrender the flags. YOICK 0* OODBADO. DB TKB, Jane 16. A meeting of Grand Army men was held this after noon to take some aotion io regard to tbe order restoring tbe eapinred rt-bsl fligs to tbe Soatbera States. After a ditoa*sioa of tbe sabjeot.it was decided to telegraph to Cemasaader In Obief Fairebitd the protest of the D«part in.ol of Colorado to tbe removal of tbe fl.ig*. Department Commander Ady at onoe telegraphed * protent aa follow*: "O A. R. HBADODABTKBS. ) "DXTABTMBBT or COIOBADO - "DBMVBB. Colorado, Jane 16, IHB7. ) "To l.urtut Fairrhild, Comma+dtr i* Ckitf 0. .4. Jfodieea, IVis :-lo tbe name of tbe comrades of lb* Depart neat of Colorado, 1 do most earoeetly protest againat tbe action of«the War Department la reignio« tbe tin iw« 10 tbat department to tbe several States lately IO rebellion. "G«o. ACT. "Commander Department of Colorado, Q. A. H." THE FBCatDETT's ACTIO* LiUDKD. Naw YOKE, Jane 16.—The Pott says : "A Oispatoa from Washington to tbe Baltimore Sua of this moraine quote* a gentleman of promioeoee in politioal s,roles aa saying : 'The order ia one of the bravest and most patriotio actisos eT r performed by an exeoative of a (treat pe >tl *. By cne itreke of bia pen, tbe President baa done more to aaite the Sate* and confirm tbe Union than all tbe preceding proclamations and legislation. Thar* never can be a aoited people ao lone aa tbe oooqoerors in oiTtl war glory over the oonqusred, and anything which kaepa alive tbe feeling of oar oae existing sectional hatred should be wiped oat. The eel of tbe President la brave, beoanee it baa already aroaaed the rase of tbe profes sional offloa-seeking eo'dier organisa tion and tbe partisan journals, wbiob serve many oanae* to bare no ether u ease for being than to keep alive and beqoeatb from father to son the never dying spirit of hatred.' " RUSCHIU) AND asnaita*. Nsw Yoax, June 16.-H ia atated that General Faircbild bad a long talk with General Sherman thia morning, and It ia understood that tbe latter approves of Pairehild'* speech of last evening. Neither of tbe gentlemen, however, would aay anything to tbe reporters, wtaooaaia's OOVKBBOB arcana. Mii.warxxn. Jane 16.—A special to tbe Imis; if from Mad Icon. Wis., says that Govsraor Busk, wbo is greatly roused by tbe determination of tbe adsei nit ration to retarn all rebel flags to the original Southern companies frosa whieb they were taken, has sent a letter to Adjutant General Dram, re questing that tbe rebel flags captured by the Wisconsin troops in the late wu oe retarned to the Statee. Governor Bash also sent a protest to President (•levels ad against tbe retarn of tbe flag*. Tbe G. A. B. poata of Wissanstn will bold meet loss to protest against tbe action of tbe War Department, a PBOTSST raow sot-uixaa. OotcMacs (Ohio), Jane 16.—Governor Psraksr today received a telegram from D. C. Putnam, of Springfield, Depart ment Commander of the Grand Army of tbe Kepublic of Ohio, urging bim in behalf of 29,000 comrades of thia de partment to protest to tbe authorities at Washington again** the return of the rebel fl igs oat I ured by tbe soldiers of Gate. Tbe Governor forwarded the telegram to tbe President and in tbe same e naeeuon said . "Ia transmu ting this message. I desire te comply with tbe reqieet and do most earaaatly protest against tbe action to which it relate*. The patriotic people of this mats are shocked aad indignant beyond scribing I ean express. I earaeaUy m quest yon to rev ke tbe order that baa given sueb unqualified offenae." The ! Gov mor skto seat a telegram to General I B iyntoa at Washington. asking him to take legal adtnes aad institute proceed ; tags to eajstn the return of the rebel flags wbi-.-h ware captured by theee troops. tarraa raow taa raaanmT. WiMWoTo*. Joe# 16.-Letter* and Ulkmu poarrd la on IW i'lMideul all day. B>fiM bin to revoke UM order »j •bleb Uw Confederate Bmt« » re to to retaroed. Lit" tba natter »u aaa atderod at a CttiiM n « aa 1 for aiTaral b«b>e iber-vfiee tba l'rmideot and C 'tonal Luaost wr* olaaili i to aetber. Piotlli. »t 5 o'eloek. word aao>e to *gr jop of wamtg oee*i*p«r men -Coom al * o'tdoofc «ad mr Will gtv* rto » 4setbi°« *o at tbe < tca.'- At 6 o'otoob tba freee S \Mooia lion reporw-r *r«a r-a b*B-i *< d cin » SH rr of • tM*«r trbteb ««oU?-* ieelf, asd (« «bt nal a«al»lba wtoiami!-a*. ~lb« tee** urn," aa»d Oete.n Lwa —« as be hi- 1 - 1 near IDa letatr. Ita wit tar w*a broa/bt *o tbe Pitdiaf* «• taauoa t» 0 ctai Dramas e*d tba fti«r«:arr of » ir. a» b« ••* *rr k ogiua tO «*t Mil, «•! M f«" «•••« ' ttv-M tt tba sartfai WW****- boa tba> be aow aaaa tbu it da- - Ksacanra M ABSO s*. I J aaa lCtb. 1367.1 I b*aa today waalafad with mora eara tbaa wbaa tba aubjMt was orally Btewattil. tba aatioe of yaar depart saaat dinstiaa letter* to ba addwaaid to tba Qjiuion «f all State* nffartaa to rHara, tf deauad. ta tba loyal tttataa aR I'aioa fltaa saptaiad dartaa the war of tba rabaUioa bt tba I'oaMantt fnraea aad afterwards rsoavarad by tbe OawrtsKSl traopa. aad to Ooafad*rate Statea all fltsa aaptarad by tba Caioa f>*use, all of whteh far asaoy year* ba«* bean peeked ia boxaa aad atotad ia tbe •ellar aad ettt* of tbe War DepaHmsat. I ass ~f the optaioa that tbe retara of UM AIM in tb< MUMR that mßtsn. ptetod is m 4 sathoru by txisliAC tew aor j tteti Aad as aa exeoatiae aot. I ra qass*. therefore, that Bo farther step* be takea la tba aiAlter exeept to exaas iaa aad iaaeatory tbe fltae aad adopt proper meeaaraa for tbotr prsari »»tioa. Aay diraetioa ae to tbe Baal diepoettiou «f then aboald ortctaate with Ooacreae. Toara traly, Oaorxs Ounuiin " WHAT PAhIT. TBS Hoaanto aocaa aa TVB CNCAOO BOABD SPBUT IB AItXtOCS WAITIBU FOB raoaim> IIRAOCTTO*MB*TS OBICAOO, Jaae I*.—Tbesxettiaa aoaaea of ytetarday aad the day before were aot wit aaa ted at tba cpeaiaa of tbe Board, thia asoraiac. A few bad cath asad la the galleries before tba i>«alae. They aaoa grew tired of tbe a ties whioh prevailed, aad dipartsd It was gtreti oat that Kerabaw woald anooaaoe at 11 o'elook whether be woald be able to meet tbe eiaime agaiast him or aot. It la generally e<aoadatl that eaarytbiag depeoda 00 Karahaw*a aottoa. Some members base aa idea thtl be will pall through, bat tbe majuity are doabtfal oa tbe aahjret. Soaroaly aay trading is being done, aad the prtoea are flaoiaal ing at alight fraotloea. There are nt omre of impeoding failarae, bat every thing awaits tbe anaoenasaieat to be made by Kerahaw. Ia the meaatime boaioe** ta at a standstill. Jaiy wheat opened at 73, and haa flaetaated between that Agar* aad 7iV 10:30 a. m.—All aorta of t assort ars being eiroolatod oa 'Okanee in regard to the probable aotion of Ksrehaw. It is aald that a meetiag ef tbe Direetora of tb* Beard wiU be held at 10:40 for tbe parpoee of ooasidering tbe stta a tion. An effort ia being made by tba credit ore of Kerabaw to indoae tbe Uuaotora to force Knrleaton to aarametba reason eibility of Kerahaw'a debte. Eggtoeton ia a millionaire, and ia eaid to have bean a apeoial partner of Kerabaw for aome time. It ia alao rumored that • long oonfereaoe waa held ia Araurar't ofßee tbia morning, at which efforte were made to indnoe Armour to pnt op money to oarry Kerabaw tbtoogb. I6e reeolt of tbe oonferenoe ia not known. ■paccukTioa amnx nt asw tout. New Toaa, Jane 16.—Tbe feeling In tbe wheat pit at tbe Prodooe Exchange waa more eeltled thie morning. Pricee advanced at tbe opening from 1 te on flret ealee. Speculation ia briak and atteaded with aome excitement, and ia mainly confined to the city. com roa miuosa. CHICIOO, Jane 16.-J B. Wllthire, tbe Olocmnali apecalatar who waa ao inti mately connroted with the oollapetd wheat ooraer, began enit in the Hoperior Ooort thia morning againet Meaner Roeenfeld and Frank Johnaon, oharg ing a breach ef ooatract. Two million dollar* damagee are claimed. Baeeofeld yeaterday began a enit for one million dellara •eaiont Wilabire, Eckert Jt 00. The oomplaiaanta aaeert that tb«y were told without authority and without giv ing tbt*m an opportunity to pot op mar gina. They farther claim that fanda forniebed tbe firm were not aeed aooord ing to inetroottona, and If tbay bad bceo eo need tbe firm need not bare failed and tbe market woald not bare been depreaeed. It ia alee claimed that tbe dcfendanla owe Kerabaw 1 Oe. 175,000. alao that they are liable to repay ail tbe mooey advanced them on margin*. SUIT* naooa IN aaw roam. N«w Toax. Jane 16.—J one', MoOor miek .t Kennetl bare prooared attach menta againat tba properly of tbe two •upended Cbiawo grain firm* in tbi* Slate, rbey claim In one anil tbe enni of $39,675 from Baanafald 4C >. Tbe otber anil ie again*! Kerebav A Co.. tbe amount claimed being $36 268. ITSSTBOPT WXXT IHBOUOH TH* CUUIHO aouaa Caicaoo, Jane 16 —Noon —T. E. B«l --inn 4 do., wbo eaepended yesterday and then annoanoed tbetr eolyeney, bay* •gain r*qa*e<ed that their trade* be oloeed out. Toe official report of lb* olearing boaae wa* vary I*l* to coming ID. bnl it w*a *aid on the floor tbat at •rybody want through all rtgbt. and tba member* are already beginning to juber in tbe wheat pit. Jaly wheal advanced to 73* a. Ip. m.—A* *onaa it beeama known thai nobody bad failed to oat through the elearing hoa*e, altboagb nothing definite bad been beard (rem Kerahaw A Co , yel tbe feeling of eoofldeaoe be otme general and avarybody at on** be gan trading moderately. Price* baoame firmer and a general advance In all operation* oeonrred. Jaly wheal, which had flaotuated all the morning bet weeu Tl\ and 73, advaaoed allgblly, cleaiag al 78**. I*OT**B nuvr nuxaa. Jait at tbe deee of the morning **e (ion John J. Bryant A Co. annonnoed that they dedred that their trade* be eloeed oat. Thi* ie a heavy failure, in volving over $150,000 mniinui nan aoapm>at>. If nmuroLia, Jane 16.—Griffith, Mar *hall k Co.. grain broker*, hav* see pended. own; to eloee bnonee* rata lion* wilb the Kerahaw firm al Otleago Wit TCTUtM. ocxrtnn or ram* in> COKIIHUTI MTUSA cmano AT MTOH Borw.Jim U.-Tta B->fctrt E. Lee Camp, Ne. 1, Confederate Veteran*. u hasdaome • body of eotdlere ult bw been tbe pi«»eor» of the Northern mill tary to entertain. meM B jeton »bi« morning aboot 930 o'oJook. half Mi boar later ttao lb* eehednle time. A eommtttee of Paal 15. G. A. B , net IMa at Fail B TOT, tod tbe reoepttoo along tbe road wae everywhere hearty. When an? gray eoat eooid be eeea tberr w.iold go ay * (boot of welcome. Tbe Camp'* uniform eoneteta of light drab Mooch bat with aV.K.a eMw letter* 00 lie front, a eray eoat asd dark blae put* with (told eeame Tbe N.tlowal Vetera* »' parade tomorrow premiaea to be ell it* prrjeet>r« aatieif paled. The New Yerk rewnae will ar rtre la Buetro aboot 8 o'clock. iio» 17th. asd will be reeeteed at the old Oi>iouy railroad etalioo by the Ronton Light lataetry, Veteran IWunent and resorted to Cbarlee Street Hall. The Bnetol Artillery aad Proridcaee Light lafentry will iri ra at Providence depot at 10 o'elook, and wiU be eaaorted to the line by the Montgomery Light Uotrd Veteran Tbe Hartford and Weetera and Etetara delewalino will eene today asd *0 into qaartere at tbe Adtma, Qttiaey. International aad other hotel*. trrtiu AV Mieuu. eriTntaara ooacaanta 11*0 uu uDritmitiaiKi un>m raav ito of as uoustrr axroLcruai <UI Faeaciaco. Jaae 16.—Newe frees U looialo, bronvbt ban by the (teneter Aoetralta ehowe that the O erroaceal there bee bean eearebia* for aad dn teioing ansa on the gronod of paaile eafat*. It t» elaimnd that tbe people h't b eotae eiaeperatad at the Eiag'a aaw> • la furt fytat ibe raiaoe waiiaaad . takiac • ••s*iiee ot »aaaoaitie« ikar*. Md tt-»> the A«ae? M' wd Ariii* r«t TOl. XII—NO. 56 daata tew ICTMM to tfcrir nepeeiNe wwwH ht «ad MM ItM »i»u ot w b» Mfcmd to Bat». Ml. It «« (M IMMLJ that • WTO i»lt*| bid B«T. D». J. A. ONU. WHO KU BETA io Hooolola MWU t«n, *nd WIKV I*. tarned MI tbc Auotnlia. «UD: "WBRA I tort Hoooisiq ca lb« 7th. U» pteo, *%* m «>i>4itl'>B at mtklM dimatwt, bat DBO* ted b*M d*pe««l. Wtet oo «n»l (iM. of wm» I ina't ks««, •or do I Witt thti marfcod' ilh tea \mj mirili fßfortntti.vß. EnnMr -.«» » l > | ra the laUndt bad that nm «Mn— oogbt Mid n-o«t M mm Mko ptemiatb* mod# of Oavsrcnivat. Ik* t'biMw. 1 tm told. b«T« bwi «raioa ll»—ltn of IMC with rlS*« ud re»ol •w A nil* • »it* b*« *!»' b«n or rwU*d by the «hit* powUtkta of lb* wbwd. BootmltT for tb« parpa** of IVM WMMn. Tba «• ib« a«t dimaMet •d is Hoooloio. Thwa aiw two aomwmiaa ibw. ()m> paid th« K'— sf*U*o for an optnoa miOopoW. $30,000 of whtob m lartm) o**r to th« traamrr. and tit* remaining #50.000 »M retained b* Uta M back • h «*. Tb« otbat oniapaxT alao r*Ud CVO to lb* imtwcnni n« Kim? Dor >n« lb* nates of tba foartb Kin* of K uoobamrh «• » bill wa« pnnraiad to bin tar approT%i b» which roe olar aino ffoT*rtiiseat . waa to k»" ba#a aaiabiUbod Is a fa riooa mood b« tora tba doeaoaot oontoinio« tba radteal lonoration ialo piaoM. remarking a* ba did ao that ba woold b<T» no man ia H nnlnla btner than btnaaif. Of tbr 2SOCO inhabitant in tba oapital. abaot 8000 ara whit*. OortßC my ttar on tba ill an da I *u t taanr of tba F«rt Blmt Ctavran tioMl Obarab, which waa uo« of tba principal eborrhaa at which End tab and .V merioana attrndf lon Snadara. I b**« oo ma to tba Paotfto at <po io re main and ahall not ratarn to Baoo lola." J. D. Spreckela, President of the Oceanic Rteatnabip Oomptnv and who hM not been AO friendly icran with tba Hawaiian govrrnment.owtng to boeiaeea oanfllota, wid: "Affaire are tlmoat In a rerolotienary etage on lb* iel*nJ«. The 'itofiiKaM Mid R innanaeeroent of King Kalaokaat hare created • fueling of gnat diaeatUfactioa among (be foreign reaideete and I weald not be earpriaed at aome veaiel brlneing In the new* of (neb • Mate of affaire. The Palaoe baa been barricaded and top plied with anna and ammunition and tbe citiz>na of olber c-mntrtee bean •one ao far aa to eall on tbeir borne BomrnnaenH to aeod men-of-war for tbeir protection." Aa inetancea of tbe extravaganoe of tbe Kins, Kfweokele atated that 140.T00 were expended on a fanatal ef hta aieUr. IfIO.OOO in fitting on • auan of-war, a tob af a eteamrr which had originally been pnrabaaed for $30,000, tbe remain ing $60,000 being expended en her equipment. In reaponae to enqnlriee, ftprecklee eaid that the road* on the ialanda were in bad condition; that tba harbor needed dredging, none of wbieb neoaeeary toiprovemenia were receiving attention, lie eaid that in eaae of b revolution, a repablis wonld probably be eat op. Blater la (sr.**. low Don. Jan« 16. -Tbe eteamablp Erne, on whioh Blaine ia a paeeenger, arrived <9 tbe L>:atrd tbia morning. tlaeea t Irtarta ilarwnl. UoKDoa. Jane 16.—TbeQtoen became alarmed by tbe reporte that the police bad dUoovrred that dynami'a plota had Inn arranged to be carried out daring Jabilee week. The Home Offiae author itiee w re angry beotaw tbe police die cloted tbe information aboat the exiat pooe of tbe plota, and Ibey called open th«ra for an explanation. Tba police •aid tbev made the matter known in or der to deter the deeper idoee from car rying oat tbe plota which they may have formed. The ftharp Trial. Nnr YOII. Jane 16.—1 D lb* Hberp owe today. Mr. Nteolla o molnded hi* opening addr***. Kx Alderman Fnll «r,is wan lb* tint witnea* oalled. Ha told ahnat the umt "torn of the oombl n«ti»n tbat bit baa ilmdi told to form er trial*, lie doaa not know Sharp. ftaiarte* #f AiMrlalf Malrfrt 4ll»r«ry« WaaawoTos, Jane IS.—Attorney Qen eral (Jar land today leaned an ofdar fix tng iba oompenaatioo of all Aiaaelele District Attorney* employed al fixed ■ iltriea. for tbe fiscal year beginning •lib July l«t. next, at a rata 20 par oeot. lee* tban wbat ia now paid. Tbe erdar *!*■ direot* tba dia*barge of aaaiatabla whose *ervie«* oin b* dmpenevd with without detriment to public unlee. Ibt* action M neoeeaitaied by tba la «qfß -lent appropriation for thi* branch of eeryioe. J.ha Bright tea whH la hUdaleae. Loaina, Jane 16 John Hrigbi baa written an apology to (lladatone far In uMorately quoting bia «p*eoh. The letter conclude* a* follow*: "I grieve hat I oaanot aet wilb yon a* la year* pea*, bat my jadgcsent and <v>n*oUnoe (. rbid. If 1 have aaid a word thai <ee>D* nnfnendly or ha/lb I will aak yon to forgive it." Jabllee al «!*«•»■ QLUIWW, Jane 16. The Qoeen'* jubilee wa* oelebrated here today. Grand memorial religion* eerviee* were held ia It.e cathedral. Six tbonaand people were given a dinner at poblle ex pense. Ooe of the faature* of tbe oeta bratlon wa* a review of 10.000 troop*. A number of barque!* and ball* will alto be given thi* evening, (raw* Prlaee William'* Threet. LomHM.Jane 16 -Dr. M-Kepxie to day again ex%mtned tbe G-irmaa Oyowa Prince'* Ureal. He report* that be foaad that the fnngna growth bad not enlarged and that Iber* were no ugn* of oongeMion. Bark bene .r a Mrthe »ry>» Pmaacas, Jane IS.—The ®"° of the great coke *tnke waa bMox day by tbe Hungarian atriker* al 3k ling aad J <uitown work* of Hboocmake* A On. retnrning to work al the old waged. Thi* pr»h»Wy •ettle* the Mrike ** there are 4000 Hongariaoa ID the re gion aad tbe native* will be forced to follow or luce ibeir *lloa»ion*. rbe operator* are preparing to reaume and by next M-mday it Ie expected tbal all 3 lb* 12.000 men who have been oa a •trike daring tbe last three month* will be at work. •aereea'al kldaappiea. p.... Jane 16 —K eeDaatioo baa teaa Mowtf IB French high life by the oeaefal kidaappiog af the (OOBU* Oampoa, rewotlr decoyed from l>nn <• la Terra. TU kidnapper* were maakad aad ee «d tbe C~nnteee a* the w*« walking in the Boje de Ologoe Tbey eladed paroait. Tbe preaeat wberr aboote of the lady t« aokenwa eioept to her capture, wbo hare managed to ? tupletelr befH* the reiaoaal friende ef the Cennteaa a* taey ha*« the police. Tbe Doe ia a eoa at tbe lata Mankai SmffMo of Spain. The Hpan«b «a haae* hae 'oetltoted an energetic eearab for tike lady. ■nark Bailee** IwylH. WmiMtia. Jane 16.—Tbe P reel dent baa accepted two aeetioa*. aggregating u nttea. of the O'eoade brar«h of the Sw>K,r r eiSc K >iiway ia W eating too Territory. Uae ef •aeceaetoa. Beau* lao* 16— A» a orating of On i Mikea of C>bofK and Edinborg, reflect IT. it waa decided not to depart froaa tbe : iegil lute of eocaeertoo. real ilea ef the taetata I atertala. toßPoa. 'r.t I#.—The r-l.tiee poal too* oi »>e each* ia the Jatri«« raea item. aa3->t ia, tbe h'.ie prereota yuatlriHa Viarie o. Tfc* Weatbhooad, Hire auj 111 ir ~* tow«Mpa»tof staff tk kuD tfcte a'tofi-om THe »a» la tb» I*4 -