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All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. lMered in the Pottojfiee at 11'irJ.iM, at tecond a matter, and entered to trantition through the mails at tuih. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. 1 he following table irives the arrial and de parture of trains at Wichita. ATclTlSON.Toi'KKA & SANTA KK. COING SOUTH. Alti:lK. I.K.V K. Kjiref... H:llA. Ac Frvlirht .".:!:. P. Kpress 8SBA. M. Ac. FrriKht. 3:25 I'-M. Wichita K K.0O V. M ;o!N; NOIMII. Ai:i:m: I.KAVh. ....;:! A .... 5:) V. ,...Ii:2fll'. Kansas City Kpri-s KxpresR-... .:- Ac.IrYeiRht 11:15 A -M. M i:niis aaiiv. All others dnily except SuuJiiy. ST. I.Oi;iS .V. SAN KltANCIhCO, Mail train fnimSt. Inis arrives at (;:M. '.; lea.-slur the north at :iO p. in.; Mail train leaws lorthe east ut'.i 55 .1. in. WICHITA A. WESTKUN. AccuiiiniiHlatioii leacs the Union deKt Tor Clirney at 10:15 a 111.; KreiRht ileH)t at at ll:w :i in. lIctiiriiliiK, leaws Chejioy i.t3:10p. in , :irriiii);at Union deit at 5...linnkiiiK connec tion tor ICi'Xias City with the regular pasienger Iroin thehoutli. .vr . l.Ol'IS. IT. i-cwrr A- WICHITA. .ltltlVI 1 1.KVM-. Ac Kreluht. 7 10 a. Ev. .V Mull. : i"p. Freight S..V.11 E X Mail :t:Kia in. Freight.. 10 "on 111. Ac. Freight .t.oip 111. WANT COLUMN. 1(.iviifirNt in Ait uiluMn teill be ihaigrilur ,1 Die rule of five Ctnlt vtr line per ueik. u 1 4iili-titiimtiit iiiLin fur thani'mutt. WANTED A fint-clas tinner. .Must lie I mtr and industrious; man of family ANTED A firht-clnss tinner. Must he jireferreil; give relerence ami salary wanted Addre-s lock ho :;, Kingman, Kansas 11-.V lirANTKK-ToMll two tickets to litHHMlle, Kentuckv, at half price. "1 ' ...i .............. irANTEH Tom-11 two tickets to lmisville, d-Il-2 N F.Nlhlli:l..vMil.lt. irANTEI-Ti rent I'ray'B nets.uraiil, cor. UnugluH and Lawrence aves. names, ITANTEH To rent Fray's rootaurant, cor. V liimglas and Lawrence aves. Itanies, liritirirlst '"-'w AirAN'll.n T sell a gooil jihaeton almost V neve; will trade lor a huggy with any one who will liavtheiliirerencein the value. ,M; - W. 1: Mi lSi-i: WANTLll llyMrs. r. M. Curtis, on corner (r l.ip.ka and Central, 10 or 15 day rANTEll l!y Mrs.T'. M. Curtis, on corner hoarders. l-3' WANTEli An occupant for a furnished room Enquire at ltoot ltros.' transfer room Enquire at ltoot uros. iransier U-ii WANTEI l-Torentfiiniihh.il or unriiruihlied rooms in a new Iwusv : choice lwation. rANTEl 1 To rent furnished or unfiiruished Enquire at southeast corner ol Emporia avenue and l-ccoinl street. h-lw VirASTKI. A girl to do housework in a rANTEII A girl to do housework In a t.ni!ill lninilv: giMjd wages given. l-.n- rANTEI) To rent a nicely furnished front roomtooneor two gentlemen without hoard : location nleasant and central. Address II T S , thisoll.ee h-tr AI7"ANTEI Dnv hoarders at residence of( V George Eaton, east side of Market St., Jd door south of tentralave. .-. AV rANTED Hoarders hv- day or week, will j .--, rr . r ..' , . ( c..,.i . ol Fourth avenue between rirst and ecoml, or 1 olV..l Elliott, with MrComli ltns. 7-lvv I -- WA.hc.7Ke cal Estate Agency to buy lands. ( ,"r,u ",',"l: 1,K:- I Ul niUiUUl iVIill J ll 1 1411 K "vol c'- .... iti..... -.... liimii m ni iiiilt uiiiii "XT"ANTEI I.and-huvcrs to know that we have lor sale all the best lnndsncartlar ilenl'lain. T.v.lou.V l'ii.K. w ANTKO Land-buyer to know that we ' liaveinaile arrangements wiui 111. nou-is tit Garden l'lain to kei-ji them at reducisl rates. .l-.Vt! UVLUKit j-im. AV 7"AXTi;i- A good nurse girl from II to IK yennoni nv uuiiii .iu. w-.-n "lirANTI.D A situiitloii hv a hoy with good reeoiuineiidatioiiB, either in" store or of- irANTI.D A situation by a hoy with good llee. Aiilily at lVckham A, llellar's htore on Main htreet. d-.-U AV-3V:.H?.,r'?...?"Ji0S!F.,.:Sln I IT"AXTKI A girl to do housework in a T f Pllltlll li,llllll4 lliquui in" I WAXTKIl Anyone desiring Hire resideiu-e I li.tM. i.leinoiitlv locat.il. with the hest i Hinau iaiiuiy. jiiiiuri-.i. iiu- iiini-i- .of water, to call on .f It. Turner, in Turner's adilltion. ilreat liidiui-nients offered to those intending to build neat resiliences. North .Main street d-7-li "IITANTKI) Tho-e intending to build to call 1111.I K.Tu-ner for a big bargain in val uable loti situated in tlie north part ol tlie city in Turner's addition. d-7-0 WAN'l ED Some one lo iay taxes on : aeres of ;rrass laud for the use of it. d-7-tf II. V. KitiKMi.V Co lio AY TAXTi:i-A tenant for a splendhi omre ; ,1 riMiiu oii-r r uner . .1111 u-i-n "I7"ANTI.n Ituvers for 25 lots on I.avvn-nee I "f nud To)ek.i avenues In blocks .1 and I, , Onnc.V riiilI)R' ndditloil. These are the Uncut 1 lots in Wiehitn lor the jirn-e lmi jier lot ' 3-tr 11. K I'nii.MiX ' AY rAX'l K! To m 11 a good M-eoml-haml bug- j- u-.. i... ii....... pi llllil'l. mi ill --r.i.i., i W V -'l ril-l.nml ltii'ra In knuu Hint, wt an-1-i-li-d ill nrirvs and location or every i tract of land that is i.irsale iu edgvvick rounty ;i-tr il. I- MHIMI.VUI. Y rANTI.H Mrangers to know thalvvehave !ih line a llneoi ileal i.-iaie luirgrins. both In eitv ar.d country, asnnjlmdy d-Mf " Cii.nvn.i. A.M "rATKI Kvervbnly to know that wo W have the iilde-l and most reliable wt of Ali-trae.ts in lln-f.ninty "A word tothcwii.ii is sudielt nt l vi.nw ki t. .V mihini. "WANTKI wriie imlilic to know- thrt Tor Ab V Ktrai-t1. Insnrbiieeiir Ileal Khtatc, it villi juiv vou to call at Temple block and we V-t'f 0 vi.nw i.i. A .-tiiiivii AY rANTKn a inner for a quarter-section r gvHHimn inii i . mr ha. I-,,,-.-,,, , ena- , : well via- ter.sl :i-tr Mtuali-1 in Ninni-M'ah .1 V Uvrinn.itTV, (vith .Imlge Caiunliell pnees 1 "irAXTKD To sell a good top buggy, side I " bar; or will trade lor a nlia-ton U 11 Kov- W.VXTEl Many cnstomeTs to lu'lUteJont In thow elegant ami nobbv OiTkscn-vv siiits. Mar Clothing llou-e. "7'AXTK1 tiirl lor ceiu-ral houwvvork. Ki-rciviicc required IS. 11 i: "117"ANTK1 An owner for a Ktore keys kev "t can b had byralllugat this office and paving for this notlre. "Ar.XTKl 2,i acres or land In one body in this county, for a fancy stock farm llrsM.u.A ito. -Xir.VNTKIf-Wt! want merchant to know 1 IV that our insurance comiianies are all that our Insurance companies are all strictly lir-t-class. and their iKJlide cit no more than those of second-rate companies I1ixm:li,A Kot 7"ANTK1 KvT-rj tio.lv to know that- Head- quarters it, Star Clothing Houne "17".VXTKI A renter for :tJ0 acn8 of grass land In section 25, tow nehlpiS, i west. Also, tenants Tor i irood houses In city. d-C WirniT v I. iii A x vn Co. quire nt iL. II. Allen's liarnestl shop on Douglas say nothing of home custom i, so extcn avenue ..--- (i"'w J sie that they now have more orders iu TirA'TKI P:rmiTS and citizens to know-' v.i. ....:.,.. r,r -,slr,.,.l ,,,..,,rii' i.i that the oi.i reliable ami pioneer riuth- toivn-hin ? -t "& II eing iiiougni auvisame to test egauous iron, u.o ursi ..1aua111a aim men, a lew 01 iiiem neiug, UcicgJ.r'T.M-,tffB. 0c ffc, W" , The potion iiVtiiVcou.,;;..; 18: was their relation-hip in Washington a , lir.-t Georgia diatricts it was decided ; With reference to ihe '.lijftl Mi&cMiMv, wli , ., ..-.j- ... 1 .r .1,.. n;,v fii.v. ti. r southern delegate was dispatched to j to refer them to sub-coinmit:ee of Chairman Cooper thu- figure- it out: ,i1P . i,-Mt fM Wm VWeiit.eTrv"K,hHl,'"r.n"-l'r f ' . n . " . i I ,'i .7 call on Blaine. He was well received three with instruction- to report to ' Blaine. 230; Arthur, 280 2an. 20: "'i fl yy wihJtaKi.H.r, K. il 1.0... turn-show that a-ide from the city, the ,iml (Uu,mi: he !lltcrview. reillarked full committee next M0ud.1v. In the Kdinuii.ls 63; Hawfey, 12; Harmon, y"l- r3Ei WShEW "i'0 7(it-amI ,' , ,s no": that he was friendlv to Arthur, but' matter ol the contesting delegation 20: Shcniian.-i.-.: Gresham, 10: Lincoln,' Kftn'rv-KJ (.lotbliic House and examine gisxts ana f .,,. , , ,. ..itv". nnim n nn will . , ....... , . 7 .. .. .-.-.. .- i .... .-. . . .. .r .... . ' . ' riennev , h-b - ------ - -----------. . I JIllilLlllll UI lallllllilVI llt(Ul.tl III . " . . 1 . . .1 . . ! 1 J . n-Iore nureha-lmr elwwhere " oeiu iiuuuiiui m m succi;.-- uu ivaui- innii 1111; nini ihiiuum ui-uiui uiu -. .11 r. r.. ji. .-seven, ,ir., now ever. , ,, rilUM a AN OLD STANDBr. The Large and Complete Brj Goo.lt House tnnet A Rots. ol Among the many fine business bouses of this city it is a difficult matter to single out any particular one, and declare it to be ab solutely the largest and best, but we can eafely say that the dry goods house of Innes & lioss stands permanently at the bead of mercantile establishments in the great Ar kansas valley. Founded under the firm name of Geo. Iunes & Co., in November, 187G , it has seen over eight years of unin terrupted prosperity. It is next to the oldest dry goods house in .Wichita, and when started was but a branch of the Lawrence house owned by Geo. Innes & Co. Xow this 5 nil have three large estab lishments, one at Muscatine, Iowa, known as that of Koss, Innes & Co.; one at Law rence (.co. Innes & Co., and the one here Innes t Koss. This house is now located at the same place it was eight years ago, and what at first was but a small room, 25x70, Is now 25x130, with a large cellar. These changes have been made as the growth of business required. The first enlargement was made in 137ft. when the room was extended thir ty feet to the rear. Two years later the last change was etTecled, which now makes the deepest store iu the city, as well as one of the best appointed ones. Arching the front entrance Is a large horseshoe, upon which are the words "Good Luck to All who Kilter Here," and, really. It seems as if such were the case, as there are many who will testify to hawiig exceptionally good luck. ceu in their private affairs,and attribute il to trading with this house, be lieving In the somewhat superstitious no tion that the horcshoe is somehow nstoci eted with good luck One of the general firm, Mr. Geo. Innes, spends all of his time iu the cast, ready to take advantage ol the market, and as a consequence all goods are bought in large lot, direct from the best jobbing houses and factories iu the United States, and choice selections are made from importing holies. The variety in their slock is end le. To attempt any full description of it would tcMilt in mortifying failure, but we will :iy that whatever may be found on the fashionable promenades east or west, will here Dud a duplicate. On viewing their dic-s goods department otic is lost in admiration. This linn have always made . - ' elegant -bowing of these goods, but the present -lock eenp-es-any previous euons iu this line. In -ilks, satins, iluhes, bro- Cl,(. ,.(,. e;r M()).k is not equalled in ' ' . , 1, Itlii. Slit.. Ill liii.mpv .11.1 rtititltl,ifr uooil- their Iock. both as regards imnlitv ... . . , nud quantity, embraces everything. And .so might we go on and cuumcratcVdl departments, but space forbid-. The great? -ecrct of their success has been, iirt, in their honorable mode of doine- bu-ine.-s. thli- scctirini? and retain- , , mg .1 very large patronage, and secondly in their buying for cash and in the com. piclcncss nl liieir stock. 111 conjunction wilU Mti ..tablisbmunt is a large and wcU aniiointedtlre makine" denartinent under . " the carelul hiipervUion of one of the most accoinpli-lied dress-makers in the west, and 1 the order coming to this dcpactmciit from Xevvloii, Hutchiii-on, and other towns, to than they can lill iu sixty days. The great- est draw-luck U loom every niche and cor ner Tsnow literally (tacked with goods nee- e-s.iry for the trade. To make room for them more commodious quarter! IUI1.t bo hf.cllri.j Very shortly the store- room will lie thoroughly repaired and over- 'hauled. uuuicu. .v i-oiiigaien 11011 culling viii iai.e B the plaee ol the jire-eut one. A plate gla-s (r0Hi wju take the place of the old one, and cond slorywill he added to all, thus giving as roomy and haiulsoiiic quarters as there are in the citv. , Thus the X X T 1 O, store as Messrs. Innes & ltoss have called their t'stab- . liflimeut, Mom its being next door to the post oflicc, lias flourished and prospered un- ti, ,t ,H . ,.0,lfc1ipr1i nnp nr tli ol.l staud-bvs that will occupy an enviable and uudi-putci! place in Hie commercial historv of Wichita. -..-.-.. i"i. " B-i" """" ger of the A., T. aud .S. F., will arrive in xi.. t t i..i.:... .... i. ....nA...i this city this morning. No general maua ger Miice the days of Ncttleton was ever so well liked by the Wichita people as Mr. - Kobnion, and he will always tiud himself a .. I ..n,.t r tin. ineirmmlU of ilin WLlC0MIC t-i " me metropolis ol IUl Nile of America. Owing to tlie enlarged ind more numerous interests of his road tliatinii-t now center here hi-erect form their quarters at the Grand racilic. and genial face wo hope will become more They wore entertained during the af tamiliar to our people. , tertioon by a large delegation of bu-'t- - - nss men, who al-o organized in Ar- The new time i-.ird on tin; Santa Fe goes jhlirV interest. into etleet to-day. The morning mail train, The greater number of the Texas a before uoied, will arrive, at 8:33 instead delegation al-o arrived about noon, of I0:.i0 a. 111. This will be a good arrange- hainf been delaved Oil route bv a ,u.t ., it will give the public their mail 1 .rt . ... ,. .. , .. ., . i ctf 1111H11 t'liiui'i 111 .iieua. iiieii; mu iiu other changes or importance iii time of ar-j rival and dtparture ..r trains. ' - I i.a-i evening vviuie me ujiera uouse uauu vveic pa iug up Douglas avenue, playing Mime popuUr air, the team attached lo Al len A, Tucker- delivery vvauon became irignicneu aim -liiricu 10 run. Fortunate ly they wa-" don- were iiniotcil before any damage A GOOD SHOWING. The town-hip asseois twenty-Ix in number have all made their return- 10 the county deik, and the a-sv or for the city of Wichita will probably have his returns compleicd bv Tue.sdsv. .1. C. Mo-man, a-scs-or for Wichita town-hip, made his report je-lerd.iv, and from i t we glean the following note- : -, ,., ,. Valuation of real c-tatc (out-ide -. j."(Ui irKi citv) .... ,-',;.. ,, ,i,.i..iniii. Valuation ot pei-onalpioperty (out--idecitv) ii0,7oo reach i:;,"0o, making a county of about S.OOO, From W. 1$. William-, deputy U. S. mar shall, who returned from Caldwell la-t evening, vve lean, that there was a serious shooting affray at Caldwell Friday night. Doris' circu showed at that place at that time, and it is alleged onu one connected with the show attempted a swindling scheme in making change, etc The peo- pic tumbled to the racket, and forthwith ensued a "clrcu-" outside the canva , in which pistols and knives took the place of T-H.i Hill!.... Inl... " - " l"""'" "" "a"" " ..- .... tored and quelled the disturbance, boeral neonlc were iirettv badlv hurt. Dr. McAdams.who returned from Tope- ka Friday, says that vention was the mo.t the democratic con enthusiastic gather ing be ever caw. That s right. There's nothing like whistling to keep up one's courage I'otal valiution 3.l2.itK! WICHITA, CLANS GATHERING. CHICAGO'S GREAT CONVENTION THE INTEREST AND EX CITEMENT BECOMING INTENSE. The National Committee Places the Mahone Delegation on the Roll. NEARLY ALL THE DELEGATIONS ARE ON THE GROUND. William Walter Phelps Invests $200 in a Southern Venture. THE PRELIMINARY BATTLE. Chicago, May 31. The heat of the presidential canvass was very consid erably intensified to-day, owing to the large inlhix of delegates and the pres ence of the out.Mile forces, which are expected to play a prominent part in shaping the outcome of events. About 400 delegates have arrived on the ground, aud have been supplemented by an innumerable host ot Hankers, who are at ptesent the most active factors iu the preliminary battling. It is conceded that no convention in the history of the parly was ever composed of delegations iimrc thoroughly un hampered in way of pledges, than the present one, all of which tend to lend sharp excitement to early movements in the fight. Hotels began to-day for the first time lo feel the force of the coining cruh, and the corridors of the leading ones were alive with active worker. The sensational feature of the day was the arrival of Ihe California and Ne vada delegations, which made their way from the depot to their hotel to the accompaniment of martini music to be greeted by a large waiting crowd upon their arrival at the Palmer House. The party of Now York independent delegates, composed of Geo. William Curti, General Francis (.'. Bar low, Frederick C. Walls, David Aileron, John A. King, Carl Schurz, Theodore Booscvelt, .las. W. Wadsworlh and "WhartonBarker arriv ed by the Pennsylvania limiied at 10:.'?0. Only a portion of their num ber are delegates. They represent more properly the republican conference committee. Attached to the same train was a car containing a number of senators and repre.-cntatives from the national capital, whose car was attached at Ilar risburg. Among their number were Senators Hoar, Piatt, Sawyer, Blair, Jones and Conger; Congre.-sman Ilorr, and Gen. Auson D. Mc Cook. Indiana's advance guard consisted of Senator Harrison. Morris McDonald and John II. Baker, delegates at large, who arrived early in the day. It had been said Senator Ilarri-on "would not attend the con vention, but would send an alternate. His presence was iu itself a sutlicicnt denial. He said, "1 am here, vou see, raiiou, which is due to-morrow morn ing. He declared that Massachusetts would undoubtedly give her solid vote for Edmunds. The delegation of New York busi ness men, who came in furtherance of the candidacy of President Arthur, arrived headed by David Dow. Thcv number about one hundred, taking up Hood near Texarkana, re-ull ing from ,i... -.,..,. ...:, --i.,.. lilnir.iin- iiiu n-iuiii, iiiiii 31111111.-. 11 ii tiii..-i from the State of Texas are divided between Arthur and Blaine. . earij an 01 tne Aiaoama ueiegaies arrived during the forenoon, and also a portion of the Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi delegations. The Nebraska delegation came in a body late in the afternoon. Earnest but irood-natured work lias been done during the day for the dif- j lerent candidates, but only in the way j ot throwing out skirmishers ami pro- j,aring lines of attack and defense. One hears very little except Arthur or Blaine. Occasionally something said and done for Logan, the third couspic- nous candidate, is reported, but the delegates do not seem to attach much importance to ms caiunuacy. in inis respect thev mav be mistaken. There seems no doubt of a friendly alliance. between Blame ami Gen. Logan. Hie lipnilnuarlirrs ol 1 heir -imnorlers aro located in wmie hall, aud friendly in- 1 tercourse kept up. IIio following cir cumstance wa- related this afternoon. ed to support the man who was likclv to be successful. Blaine gave hint a j letter to Gen. Logan. Upon deliver ing this he remarked to Logan that it was possible to do somcthiug with southern delegates, but there would be expense attending it, aud he was & poor man. Gcueral Logan .re marked mat nc aiso was poor, but he had friends who might aid in the matter. Thereupou he jfavc him a letter to Win. Walter Phelps, and the storv goes that this friend in- ve-ted 20t) in the southern venture Alliance is said to be offensive and de fensive with a view to control, not on ly affairs in the convention, but affairs of the government in case of success at the polls. The plan of those who do not wish. to see cither lilaiuc or Artsar nomi- nated us to persuade unpledged mmL independent delegates to adhere to their choice through successive ballots. and I shall vote with the other Indiana j Smith, Luke A. Stanley and A. L.Con-. bank for choice was a tic, and the second , 1.e.v re Jalking uccordfng lo msti uc Mrs. Boi le, and a large chorm which o.. hn.i.eu s corn. iw;.... i,uV..eU !"":...', men." Hegardmg the mention of i ,rcr i W.IS .von 1)V Sehacfer who cho-e the'bl-ick ' llon.p- 'ltt it I -asi Intimated by some has been in weekly training since the i buhei, rve, nnn-, imri-y, none. ' ' his name in connection with the presi-j B ,. t....rtl,rf. r..lfM1,l(i ... ,1.., i,., Scha'crer took the lead in the se.011.1 prominent Californians, not delegates, I last assembly. Dr. John 1. Xewmnn I -s'''MfNTs-Fionr. n.ft.i i.rreu, wh.t, dency the senator said, "I am not a I l ySr ae lnlf am.tcXdit,tm1,rtteg,n- that they did not propo-e to dic"with delivers the Fourth of Julv 'oration, &.! btt iVrjTVWti wU' candidate, and have never been. Il "Ij V" "'A U";,, ,v Vooi.nl ll-vvith teentl. inning the core stood Schaeler 4M. . their boots on for Blaino but when Wallftee Ilruce recite-, an original poem ' . rye, nmm. barley, 10,..,,. were I certain ywould not be here." JV-," ', .'.,, ' , 1 .lii.;!; I Sl,l,,,,n 1:i" In the nineteenth inning Slo- thev become convinccil that he could and Senator Plumb gives an addn-s. St. Loui, Live stock. He would not state his preference. ; .1 - ..-0070 bust of the se iZl'Vl X' a",1IraI,i,JI',m",,c not m-.ke it they would -.witch lo ihe The excursion rates from all point- i-.oa. May at. ism. Morris McDonald said if the opoor- , " b zc of - ' . R0 "' -o-t available man. wen of Hutlalo will doubtles, bring a jZtffr W. . tiiiuty was oflcred, the Inditina dele- '; vvonderful nurstnir. masc. bank and round- The Nevada delegates are aho for ' large number of ea"tern vi- or. , ,.' ' ,,' ' gate, would present the name of liar- Vermont headquarters which are ,. l.l"ot" feKAtoul wa? (B7, IHalneaiid talk ia a similar strain. $vXVfofnx MV""U' - risou or Gresham. j al-o Ldnmnds' headquarters, are at an,i his best runs were 08 and !2. ' ' I ' ,. , cowleys prospects. sLmL-i! L- ,n,, ,11 Ex-(Jovernor John E. Long, of Ma-j the Fal.ner house. This delegation is , house f Wintlcld. Kan.. Mav SI .-The j Z$toX$Zki MvU' n" c,..iiinlla nrrivml IiumiI ,,f bi .lnlo. I llll here. CXCfpt tllOsB WllO? Will lirriVC, wn I unr dctiidm aj,IUgtOll- MttV-JLMr. I erklllS, -.(.a., . ,, t, ... "..!.. ! .j .w.,. .w. ... ...... v.. ....w.... u. ...,. u.v . - . h, ....r. ...... b.,. ... , -1-31 ui- 11. 111111 1111 1 iiii-i run 11- KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE3!,1!' They even desire to keep Illinois vot- election case, as follows : "First Ant ing l'or Logan, and it is expected that baina, Jones, Geary and Kennedy ; this course will compel a break in the first Georgia, Davis, Enos and Lee : ranks of Blame aud Arthur and make ' tirst and huh Kentucky, Alagee, Uon it possible to nominate cither Grcsh- ger and Mason ; fourth Maryland, am, Lincoln, Sherman or Ilawley. As i Rautt, Ilalsey and Hastings ; fourth between Ulame anu Arthur tins class of delegates usually expressed a pre ference for the latter. This fact leads Arthur's friends to hope that the in-1 second Illinois, Aldrich, Boutell and dependents may be induced finally to Hooker sixth and u inctecuth New come to his support. " ! York, Bunnell.?, Clayton and Stows Intercourse to-day with Nebraska The Pacific Coast dclegationyjriclud and Kansas people developed the fact iug California, Nevada, Oregon, -Ari-that Blaine's friends have ovcr-esti- zona and Washington Territory, Jield mated his strength in those two states, a joint discussion at the Palmer House aud when the ballots arc had, there will be a pronounced division. This miscalculation is due to basing proba ble action this year on the feeling in 1880, but then" it was not eo much Blaine as the opposition to the third term for Grant, while Blaine's plurality is conceded, other influences have entered into a divided support. One cannot fail to observe the dif ference between the managements for the two conspicuous candidates. There is little system, but great enthusiasm in Blaine's ranks, while Arthur's fol lowers arc like a drilled army. This was remarked upon by a prominent California delegate, who expressed surprise He taiil that the Pacific coast delogates had started out for the convention linn in the belief that the nomination of Blaine was a forgone conclusion, and that after the first bal lot, on which complimentary votes for Anthony, Edmunds, Logan, Shcrmau, and others would be giveu, there would be a stampede o the staudard of the man from Maine. Since their arrival heie, however, their confidence had been greatly shaken by Arthur's adherents. The California and Nevada delega tions held a session late this afternoon at which the delegates expressed a de termination to -tic!, to Blaine from first lo last. The Colorado delegates formally or ganized and elected W. W. Morrow chairman. - - A -mall but iufiuciiiial meeting of the supporters of Senator Edmunds was held at the Palmer house, to-day, immediately upon i lie arrival of George W.Curtis and Mr. Theo. Uoose velt, from New York. Besides these two gentlemen there were present at the conference, Andrew 1). White, J. I. Long, Senator Hoar, of Massa chusetts, John J. Gilbert, of New Yoik, and Horace While. The New York bnsine-'S men's dele gation met. the Chicago business men's committee at the Arthur headquarters this afternoon. After the introduc tions Hon. Jonathan Young Scammon delivered an addre-s of welcome on behalf of Chicago, which was replied to by Cornelius N. Blis. of New York. Other addresses were 'made hv Elihu Wool and Howard Carroll, of New York, and J. W. Oakley, of Chi cago. The New York delegation icreivcd a telegram from St. Louis that a dele gation of seventy-five to one hundred Arthur bu-inc-s men would be here from that city to-morrow, i Meetings of the adherents of the various candidates were held this after noon at the ditlercnt headquarters and it was prcttv definitely decided who will be chosen to make the nominating speeches. These are: For Arthur, Martin and Towucnd, ot Xew York; for Blaine, John Stewart, of lVnnsyl- ..n..ii cmj.miin in- 1. nil, tv ill i.viii . , - , r , -.- i.r . i.iuini.uiiui.ii n.i uuiiii i, in. ii wi, of Ohio: for Logan, Senator Collum, of Illinois; for Sherman, Judge For- aker, of Ohio. The Ohio delegation opened head- quarters at the (. rand I'acitic. Among those now here are Jud"t! J. 15. Fora- ker, Judsc William West. Amos to-morrow morning. independent republicans' head quarters, which arc decorated with Edmund's portrait, arc at the Grand Pacific. The sub-committee resumed it- .-es- sion at 7:30 o'clock, Senator Oiillom, of -iieucc. ucciinas to return to this city vol lllinois, prcsenled credentials to ad as i ""p'' ' Iennteneent U ailing -ay- he A1 c i t - r did not order hi- arrest, proqy for Senator Logan in view of, . the illness of Burton C. ("ook, hereto-' fore acting as proxy. By unanimous vote it was decided to take up the case of the contested delegations from the i State of Virginia, which embraces all the delegations in the btate including four delegates at large. Senator Aid rich, ot Hh'jde Island, moved that the delegation headed bv Senator Ma hone be placed upon the roll Mr. Beallie, of Montana, ofl'ercd an Amend- nienl referring the contest to the com-1 n.rttce oh credentials in the convention without action. The amendment was Iot on a vote by the call of states as follow:-: Ayes California, Maine, Ne braska, New Jersey, West Virginia, Arizona, lu.iuo. .viouiaua, .cw .viexi veimon. -uojcci, iiovvevcr, 10 auv ar- iion me couveuuou li-cii may ibkc. in tue mauer 01 inc couiesimg uci- motion to refer the matter to the committee lost. On motion of Mr. Bradley, of Iveniucky, Silas V. Miller and John Mason Brown were placed upon the rolls as deleg.ites. Senator Culloin a-ked that theactiou upon the contest in the second Illinois district be deferred until next M0nd.1v in view of the illness and absence of Mr. Cook. Carried. A motion was made to recon-jder the action taken iu the Geonria cac. Lost to rcport'Monday The committee then adiourned to Monday. Chairman Sabin annonnced the sub committee;, to consider the consisted co, Wyoming: total. 10. Nays-Ala- i a special car, ui vvi.ici, were v froniJlhe Bed lkt (Jiippew Indian- . ,,, .'.. ll I r in nn.VpnSi ira In irin.l ' .V , " -,"'"" ' '""'' baina, Arkan-a-, Connecticut, Dela-! number of di-tingui,hed politfcian-i the casi0i.ofa'Fottii ofJf-.I i,ke j icA-s" Citvat"neo 'loTkanilftrriTln" '"' ll"Ultn,U '''. n-p-",''goer ware. Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, j ;m,i government ollicial- en route to re-ervalion in Minne-ola, but wit houl , n,' i,' About noon the next ,,f . V' inraibcm, wloibs to-night the i ..' "X,---' x ,!" . ' . " ' Chicago. The car contained ex-Gov nn aV'" ,. , ''' train will be equipped with Pul'l- fInjf rcolutiuui: s mnCtiliSso"evS- w 1 amp"-, i h F. H-tranf,, collector "of U e ' "e ,,0"iC' a,,!!!l !,t 6U l --t ""' WttKHV l"y"' iffiWptfaS. port of Philadelph'ia; E. ",,. sifC - ? TON . hXk, ; ' JJ. JJ , -;- hj. J E'S go.., Pennsylvania Bhorte IsUpd, Ten- aval o.licer; Geo. I'.LeIand,snrveyor; . -,glon, I). (. May Si.- It i.s , .. " ffj J ' ail, ,r Tlldeo .1 licndr.rk.. .,. M, nessce, AHrmout. Virginia, Wisconsin, , , ,. , .. - . , J ' rt-iul tin deposit. amounted to 2.yj -ui. .-i :., ,.!-. " n ' ,,wwa for I rJd;and, DoL-Afa rmli W-shinrton Terriinrv- J. Pollock, collector of interna! rove- , , ' .."uiii.nu --j-aj with this train. ' Wukukas, Ke ar ronSdcni tbt tt DistrieMTfrohiS ue: Hon. Thomas N. Cooper chair- 0yl) antl thv "'c('kw H,,, -crt:r,t1 ''- C.nuUirs have been IiimI from tu- nomination of M-M for prv.Wtnt oM District olLolumliia total, 31 . Ihi '"-' ", "'"' " "v r c,iair pingin- to cu-tomcrs about as much I generM ollice of the Southern Kuiia ' '" ,n -rwbln.n. drWt tbi oriL'inal motion of benator Aldrtch man of the state committee: Gen rue ""'" omir .n mm as mucn :..,.,. ..,. " . " ',i dtmocruieiirki-ti.iti.i. .tLir n.i..r.h- was then carried bv a similar vote. Par-oin, secrciarv of state: Hon. John ! "'oro, m-.':ing the total liabilities half ', r, " ,"-!? 3i i i " "" """l' I" , The result of the 'vote -eats the Ma- Stewart, and Meters Young,', Kirk.- ajuU'Uou. -.Uooos. Ihcjlcfjoaltors were anil irSiiw-i nt nmMt K n, m , W "ft , T"tu'e WRbiuri of ihr Ii.me delegation in the national eon- natrick. f!liid,eo nml Heistnn.l nf. ..., ..... . ' ?u" 1X "rf-r , (.III, ami Jl. h. tlUll- , Un4 .bold S be r-nioc. from political no.. -- - - - f- - i - " ' -,.. ... 1.1,1111 mi-. hi.- null I. 'ill- i.ii.i-.ir. nil I i-,,. 1 ..t,i.. 1 i.h. -...... ........ 1 j . 1. 1 The committee then decided tore Teller and .ludgefclwunoa has rum- 7 P - I Lbicago. oves, the li-ck Ubuid roid. coBider the action taken in the Ken- ed fronl-'Si-setou' airiincy. ThervjS- It JukSdeJ I occjpyiu tbr.-i PuUiain tcir. tacky case,.ad, on motion, it. and all ited thcagencv for ihpurio-c of in- iJiJt? i-Tn u u ; - neh wre decorated wilii Hag and other nnifianonvd ot contested di-- diicing the "seton and "Wahpe- v , " . ' .? - reamer,. rii-y will ari vein Chicago t trict case, were referred to a sub- ton Sioux to -s-il a portion fithWA,I?a ?fi'fuft1"naI young at two idock to-mfrrow afternoon. ' committee of three, with instruction- reservation. Tlie Indians, turonub lady, Tor several year- engaged iu riexas, -Sicuoy, Aicnee .ami lost; twenty-first and twentv-second Peun sylvania, Piatt, Bradley and Cooper : to-night. A resolution was adopted to vote solidly for AUaine, valid declar ing that titer had -no sccomLchoicoibr first place on tits ticket. - One member of , the natiouaLjtoin mittcc being asked what fSjgnilicauce was to be attached to the rote on the admission of the Mahone .-delegation, replied that t he committee believed in fostering a republican movement in Virginia, and that Malionerjeprcssnt cd trie only movement Iti the state in that direction. Another delegate de clared that the vote carried with it very little significance as to the ballot for presidential caudidatesjiw a study of the vote would show" that it was largely the votcsof republican sena tors upon the committee who did-tiot care to antagonize their colleague in the senate chamber that carried, the motion iu his favor. The Iowa delegates held n iiu'efing this afternoon and effected an organi zation. John T. Stone was chosen chairman. Several local veterau organization; visit ed the hotel lobbies to-night, kinging cam paign songs with the evident de-ire to awaken some enthusiasm ou behalf or Sen ator Logan for president. The Commercial clnb of this city gave a banquet, at the Grand Pacific bote. this evening, at which it. was announced with a considerable flourish that Siiatorlloar. (leorge William Curtis and a" number of other well-known persons would be present and give the assembled wealth of thf-Oar-dcu City some inside information on the political situation; but it proved to be a liz.le. the gentlemen named preferring to keep their information under verba.Tock and key for the present. - The Arthur men are somewhat disturbed to-night over a report that the Arkansas delegation will vote for Maine. Prominent supporters of Arthur say that there is a -lory auoai mat i-ovveu u lay ion ami tin - Ill-iinn 111-infir.iird liovn .nmn tn ciiiii ciit ! understanding. Hamilton l)i-ston, one of the delcgates-at-largc from Pennsylvania, has decided for Illaine, and Arthur's strength in the dele gation is now estimated at twelve. Carl Schurz to-night expresses him-elf as favorably disposed towards Gresham, and i said he thought the independents generally had kindly feelings for him. SALOON ROW. Kansas City. Jlay 31. The Times. Inde pendence, Mo., special says : During a saloon row at Pleasant Hill, between 12 and 1 o'clock last night among half a dozen circus attaches, one man drew a revolver aud tired, the ball passing through the neck of a man called "Frenchy" killing him, aud striking Ilcnjjinin Shomberin the -boulder Inflicting a llesli wound. MAY FESTIVAL. Chicago, May St. The May musical feti val, whieh was militated agaln-i the early part of the week by cold weather, closed, tonight, with an eno.'inous attendance upon the closing performances. That on Thursday numbered ten thousand, and thoc of Friday night an'd to-day, attflrnooa and evening, only slightly Ie.s.' It vva already an assured artistic success, aud tho-c closing exercises made it a financial ,,v-. I ". ... one, mc receipts being equal to the ex- ( peases. ' billiards. Chicago, May SI. -Jacob Sehacfer and -corge F. Sloa-on played a champions' game, S0) points up, for $300 a .-idc at the Central Music Hall to-night. The New York, May .11. Ferdinand Vart" made au assignment to-day, His individ ual liabilities are $G3t),0i. and hi- nominal a-set- are ?977,O0O. His actual as'cts are 8330.000. John C. Kno. ev-Drcsident of the National bank, who was arrested at TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. iiotrnii Mir.ii vvii Tn i.ii.... !.. Detroit, Mich , Ma Slrwo i,oi!er in the mill belonging to ood & n.aycr, one mllecastofMcBr.de, Montcalm countjl ex-1 pioded and literally dcmnli-hcd the mill. vv esiey amnion, loreman, aduisius- Jiew-i man and Matthew Sauer, head ntrjer, it feared nr fata'li- iniiirml l I'it.r Cramer, Joscr nli McCuIloach anil William Dyson are badly injured. - It'i enortcdTdici.isiottrbr?tiMliWa- lit that ihe wife ot one or the men who were ;"'' cut her thro it and killed hermit rraed by the sudden .,,,,1 terrible; . ' OFF FOR CHICAGO Pittsburg, Pcnti., May :(1. The ex- ,. train from the east luul attache,., i.aiica-ier. ami lion. u. .1. .viorrni, ni ' ,.? .. ? .. ar ...i ? n j ' - t. ' -- , i iii iti iii 1 1 Kin if ft iiiftr itifirritiirf i -itri .! i. . .i...i. t . . t ... fri j . joun-town. inc party is eou.jo-..;jt.it creditor of the lirifis -aid to Ik 01 auoui nan liiame ami nail Aritiur Arthur on the tirst liallot, and concede .J0." to Blaine. Mr. Cooj-er, and, In fact, all of the party are of the- op'ui- ion that the convention will boa quirk one. They expect to return Thursday at the laf'-t. SIOUX COMMISSION. St. Paul, Mav 31.-T.it GoSl-tZn, .. . .' . , 'jt . 7 Dakota, Siour coinmi--sionco-.stiug I- t- . VI "CT. . of Emerson, Edmunds, Secretary couple of week-. feMf .fblfey nio- savs ine .vrtniir men rjiira .asiirori m... . at 1 ,- .. ... ... .l. . 1 I -.--. 1 SMB , r tlieirtemilatiirefil.i! i-ntfpmip -tifn.iiil fiiXi-Bri -f.rs! - vrvn -. -.-t-T to-tll, wid negouatious.ureloliliil"b: MiiiinmLiki t-thiihAi byisJcintr Oak Point. 3.". Y., coinmi-siouera will isit Yankton itrychniueat the hcnic'of herparcntf, ' Gortncy-Ito-- rao; Iw aseno'on a .similar commi-"im in an fer'rtii south of LiCvinc. Caue iw-tTvon-d. the water iI3 .. TvtTTTTTtT ft f it I ffi t. Lill'J. CHICAGO CONVE ON. Kansas CirjrMo., May. $L A spec ial to tlie iansas uity Jo dav morning savsr " vester - Every train is bringing delegates and visitors to the convention to be held tTngsdaVjaad rthe JteJs wr signs of "activity. There qBt wUh Mrmylenof the convention. The Arthur men are showing up strongly to-day because a u4taberivfJithrTrIpiM , Jtr arriveij-Mwt,&(liuapktuil very loudly. After Arthur, these South, erners, lespociullv ctbc I colored.' ones, seem to,prerera LoKaafflUiL ultcrLo? gan. JJIaine-. The BLuuc boom is grow iug slcallily," ,andAI.en the Western era of -the Pacific slope.-arriTO here to morrow lira special train of twelve cars, and the remainder of the Towa delegation get here and are reinforced by the men trom Maine aHd Pennsyl vania, that boom will assume an im mense size, and may overtake all the others. Arthur's managers are getting ready for 4hciray.oud they hope to get assis tance from the Logan men in this state, a hope for which there don't seem to be any substantial foundation. If ever the Logan men break it wouldn't be likely to benefit Gen. Arthnr. Hfs friends thinly itjvill .take nbo.it five b:illottolJiornliii'le ihini, but njher. are of the opinion that if he i "not nominated on the ijecoud ballot lie ncverwill be." A careful search over the city to-day failed ib find the slight est trace of an" Eduiunds boom. A new uoom. disco vcreu to-day was li the interest of Senator Shermau, of Ohio, who was being talked about by the Buckeyes who reached town ibis mbrning, and who seemed to have n Idea that the Edmunds men will ,go to Sherman, and that if the New York bu-inc-s then find tlicVtnnuot nominate Arthur, they trfo will rally1 to his sup hor-i-, was al-o uuije frequently men lionul .Iiistiir.JohirL Harlan, o the Cuilcd Stajc- supreme court, wh f to 1 :, ,..., t !? S-iy JloldillLr .COUrL fill .this. citv. r GlialiiiceTT FiHeT. of St. Louis', a member ol the national committee for Missouri, was ouud . with, his wife co ni fort a bfy eii-coneed in parlor V of the Talmer. "Is .tlicTuliy -I tjtttl! VtttM the" nqtori that you are the manager of Oen. Lo gan's atl'air.-?" he wa- asked. THE COVST CROWD. . Omaha, May So3 A sneciahtram ar iVi'd hero .this jUorctiooii.vcJV the riV union i 'acme, Having ou board the T IB t . California and Xevada delegate- to the national republican convention accompanied by a large jiartv ot I ort ami make li(iaa formidable cauty- is iudcliuilelv- pu-tpoued. lie has !' ?' LAHe$ft0lli r iSLl.f n,:l,Ic vvny 'U,lt to i,ro,,,,r'' wiM bird- iil! fltl t lhrT, I,l,Vlf,lt?'!a",1fc riimoretl carh- In Mav that pigeon ?ft"$i1aI feH h".ltH i!?A l "" beif-' nPPl in" Arkan-ur and liMiaMy woht amount fo5ar.rtlilng. , al hU liwirexiiin he sent an ..-out iv mure iiaugeroiit man as a uarK -a " - - . ... '. i In coast is olid for Illaine, ami that j he considered him the only man who could carry that section ot the conn - tnemls. upon i lie sides of the car-1 anil 31is-ouri I'acitic railroads are was painted "California delegation, I working to bring the Miiumci travel 187(5, 1880-181." with a portrait of west to theas-enibly. All the original Illaiue and ''Illaiue and victory." plat ol tents and grouud are taken at (leorge W. Shell from the Second (li- Hits early day and more ground is li: trict of California, snys (hat ihe l'aci-1 ing laid oil' ' The tibornarle is being tryju A'seoond choke knd not been ; gageinent-. for the platform nreKcv.1 thought ojt as therwere for -Blaine, John 1. Newman. D. D.,aud Comrade firatj'.laat and all thixtinio. l'ahner who gives his thrilling war' Judge M. ('. Illake, of the Fifth Cat- ' lecture ou tint "Die -N'o Mores." O ifoniia district, also regards Blaine as trander, of Brooklyn, the Orientalist, the only man who can carry the Pacific John Matthews', of Kansas City, and coast, "if he was to name a second Itev. T. D. Walime, of H.-iuuiba'l, .Mo. choice he considered Lincoln the next The music will be pm ticularly strong , be-jt man. The other delegates were under 1'n.f. W. X. Shervvin, "iissi-ied cqunlly cuthusiaslie in their talk to by Trot, hekert and ihe well-known ......... ...... ...... ... it.i.. -r, .. in M : n.c . i Iir-i -.-.A...rv. ...... ... .. ..--... W.....1. . y.... ..,.... t, ..v...-. -.,,.... -. ,lfi ,..,,,,, ,,,.,. vi.,... - .... i . . . -.. of. Kaas, reported a b.ll,gnu,.inghe ..n. ..,,, lvlp.,t Jiml ,huw , -m right-ouway tiroMghihe Indian Ter- crW in ,,,,,,,, (or , ntory to the Kan-.w City, lort Scott OVCrr,,(X)0, raising the total to' 27,000 and Gulf railway company. Placed on The increa-e in value of real and nor the callcndcf. On motion of Mr. Wcl'bom, (Te.va-) i .-.. -..,......-. a resolution wa adopted author! .,..... ... .. . . i.ni" i, , . ...... tne connniucc on imiiau aii.urs to in 1 ,. , . --"- " ""v',;'." ii'ni"g ji'jisiiig ,, ft.ldnfr ofland-in the Indian Ter - rltorj',-and dishnrsemenl of the 300,- 000 anproi.riated for the Cherokee Xa - ..lion iluriny the Fourlli eoimress jrho bil!'"rintiri"-'thr"ri'rht -f , -. F PA . f- V" V" ,n1l:-rInnti0, ..,..., ,....,-. . -of ivnv .." "IB -, V-OloradO .Y Santa r (.railroad gavisntd to a '- rood iiiallv after it consideration had cun-umed t1(, ,,r,..ltor .,.,,., of (1 iv A1,i,, W.J aNo ,,B..Ctl jranUllJ, . right of wnv through tlie Indian Ter ritory to the Southern Inu-a railwav J eompany. fmV'(.rv nf the n U"' ' , ncw-Tiancr correspondeWs. Theheav- trs iiiiti-bin. dtiv"of tjjie Atr rvtir w seal IW,f0 111 X ,lo-eri I -ew iti Mc- mpu- ral PitUl. tivn- Tiank inclili ,er ItfilMT. Thoi.J- Watson ajadictcn other?, whof e name- will not be made V"1V." ' "-. "Z'"K "' ".. .. ri'i,.;51 ?R"k?LT' Uf h:, et t'w-l st 50.0'X in each ca-c. H-iiT'sAail wa- reduced to 30rC.0, I, t T-lf. I ami upon givini bond- in that aum he fltl - ift .1 attll '"laK in 01 fn''JHMk wIwajVMDK iu VPHipii aaafBBrliwi &JtaV.aaaaa('nlBaK vnmB aaR f .vaaaaaaaRSrHaB?'' 3HaKl,aaaaaafciffliaSf ? 5aaBNKl. Wfc$6 MVaaaaao-TJi4f1nfbnia- mSm93W&m SiPfi OlWIJiHllarasl- THE YOUNG REPUBLICANS. Topeka, May 31. The following 1 resolution was unanimoiislv ndontcd io-nignt iy me. republican ciuo in mis city. Whereas, The republican State con vention of this State did, by a vote of s 202 to 6. exnress their ..reference for the nomination of James G. Blaine for president; and Whereas, The several district rc - publicau conventions of this state ex- pressed a like preference by a Iarjre and decided majority ; therefore be it Kcsolvcd. Uv the Shawnee countv yonng meu:s republican club that our delegatiou-at Chicago be requested to east their entire vote for Hon. James w. manic lor presuieni.auit tnereov represent the almost unanimous il.. r ... i.it.. i i.- uimix-ui mi: n-iMiuue;uiN ui iv;ui?ii- ami assist iu uoiuiuatiug a man under whoso leadership victory would be certain. THE MINNESOTA MEN. St. raul. May 31. The Minnesota delegation leaves for Chicago Sunday. Great pressure is being brought on Stanford Newell, an old schoolmate ot Lincoln (who it is understood has re ceived a communication from an old friend requesting him to support Ar thur if consistent with his own view.-) to force him into the Blaine traces. The Evening Dispatch to-night threatens political ostraei-m if he re illCs. . The Dakota excursion in tin: inter est of a ticket composed of Blaine and i-ogan left coaches. FargO tO-llight With tctlj 1 SHOOTING TOURNAMENT. r.-iolo, May 31. Capt. J Terry, sec jetary ol'tlie association, announces that the annual .-hooting tournament of the Kansas Sport-iucn'i as-ociation lien down there to procure ihe uece ary supply, but it turned out that there was no bird-in Hint region. All other efforts to get birds have failed, and the management are reluctantly com pelled loanuounce the po-fpoti'cmcnt of the shout. It mav roine oil iu the fall. 1NTER-STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CON VENTION. Ottawa, lan., May 31. Tlie meet ing of the Inter-State Sunday School A-embIy at Ottawa June '21 to Julv 1. inclusive, bids fair to be the largest summer gathering in the we-t. Over 100,000 papers and eiroulars have been J issued, and inquiries re coming iu fi out all part- of the country. Thu Southern Kansas. Chieairo & Alton. I .... --J-- J. ' ; enlarged and other improveuient.s ' made iu the park for the comfort of 1 tlie visitors. Among Ihe later en- sonal property i- about 'JO per cent T,, returns from the city of Win field i -Hiovv mi liicri-iiic in population of neariv n ttioucinil. I'he splendid and j timclv r-vins nf ihii sunn .;-"-". ....--.i ... iii-.nr-i. ' .owicj i-iiiiiuv evrii ocuer crops i tail , last vcar. Wheat 1, headed out and i ! tilling nicely, and the immense acreage . of corn nromi-es a nm,i l......7.t . vii-lil. ! i -y-'naior iincicuev, delegate to the w-'Biiii,ici I or Hie eau leal of' ""'' uioriiing, accompanied by a ninn-pas-ed, i ber of viniting bliiteiiueii from tliis H'lace. He is enthusiastic fo , , emicration. i-iwrrnce. Miy .il. Lung lor illaiue. ration to i iv:iu-:ts i;ou;iiii 10 increa'-e, ami lias i- . . . .. become so Iarg ujon the .Southern l "Vi1 &!?. r'nngJ,,ne i-i. in ii-niiiKiii in nieir iii'iriini" inilll ....- .- ... , ,iij- rt 1.111.. ui iJi.i;.iitv .1:11-111. IUlll - Liking ftrcct June lt. Mr. Cinrk wan po"tt of Jut!- of tl.i uprnr rtjuttof for lie.veral year chief clerk of the ' th" ' "''''; r1"' b,,'" Hf-omr '( Wabas,, .enera, freight fl, M ."8 W& ly.iil-. and .Mr. rlctmng was general !ati-tS--inocrjlconrnUori .hiil. t,li-- , aaiit of thfr Council Bluil ro.tl at St 1.1-. Jo-upli. vlo. J-'AZLED. New York, May SI.T.ic cretlitoM of IL C. Hardy it .-on, banker", who recently failed, expect to take ZQ or CO pi-r ccflL in &"tf!cmiif, and the finn will rciume. naUJmorc. 31d Maj 21. Berkley & Hxs-oa, cof!e roa-tr id dealers, mau; an a-i2iuneiit. Liabilities. 1 Ti.W9: tinmitul aet-. 00.fL -..-- r i . THE- KANSAS DELEGATES. ITinl.t fit-- Ms- 1 Tim !.'.... i -- -"? .V"- '. .-43 delegation left here lliis t-vt-niug for, AGAIN fOSTIOMEO. tr 51 .TTii - rongtil NUMBER 12. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. WICHITA MARKETS. Live Stock. idng :wh . .U0kWi3 . 4'0Bi4 M ..I (n4o . 3 0U3 M BnuJir' tirs pih.'bla:..- stock .irj fer-iing bog ,Sh.' Product. Whole.-!. . -o 1UUI1. 1 ou :.u"lo" ir l" . iSt0M' Z: l.:.:: i' ; j?"lter ls-sis' ' cid?ini "iiVYb c 1St 3U S each.: MJ.' 1A 13S 12 10 14',' 1 SU . oiirkens. i-r thwen z.u 4. C. Il.vn ; , ? V-- "s imcon .1 I... ... 1 I0; !V it a..' I w ; lUscon sid. ' t'- s. M .. T " ' " j Corn meal Flour, hlzh imtrnt .. .. aai 2 M ai 2 UiJ to 2 00 svji ou ....... ti Kloiir- Iiatnnt i Kl..iir, XXXX f Hour X.X Chop feist ltrau shorts.- Grain. JIlllIiii: wheat Slilp)jnhi-at Corn ...... ..... O.iu Crii, lllr white , nvtiK. .ii:j JS.1U MARKETS HV TELEUKAPII. New York Money Market. 'i.n- Youk. Mar St. Isni. SIonm Kasy at SniSVn-'nt.; elolnir offrri JV,.nt I'iumcMlui xntilk I'-vrEis Agi; jierreut. Srenuxit Kviuxar gnlrt. Hankers' hills, l.sv ? demand, ..-'. CoVKBWiKNr lt.iMH Steady. V S. 5-pvr-reiit li.S I't-iH'r-cvnta I S, 4-iiT-eents. SrvTr ect'uiTtF. Dull. Il.vinw-vr JIivmis. linn Ml-tsourl 1'arillcA'a liouds. IInnnili.il ,t St .lo-eph IkiiiiIs.. Central I'acilleKtork ChiriiKOiV Alton. ... Cliirngii. ItnrliiiKton (Jiilney. ...,11-Sit.. .iaS.. ..itrt ..llS .. 4i ; ..112 .. II innver.v kio liran.le Ilannilmt A. St .lom-iili Uaniilhal ,t St .li-i,li in-rern-l (iwkVii)ii JtUnourl l'ai-iffe . Northern l'.itille . ... '..' ' " .Vorthwestern WirYorkCentr.il . ....'.!.'!,'! Iloek lxlmiil . ... "" " rnlmi l'aeiile '. '. "" Waha.-h ........... Western I'lilon . cl.V 21 lwV ll' nn; ; H Mi. Kannjs City Live Stock. KV.-H Cirv, MnySl, 1ij. Tlir l.:re-S!otk UdUntar ri-)orts C'.ttu ltni-liti, rv oiTerinpi UkM and market ilrnt an-1 active Native idt-vn. aver aging l,2ul lu!,Aio lbs, V!lMf.Vt mrrn Ing UV to ,' Ihii, .!-. -Mi -.tockrrs Bnd rei-Icr-, si Som.-. iki; eoiiiiiiini unrhaii(el lliiill..ol.f . -: M.M1 ....-I.... w. L 1 "- 'lowen intn averaging i:C to su a. oid at M .vViK 20; hulk nt l U.VKta.l.ns. tlio.i- i:T.Iiln, 11 market quiet; stork r eraglngbl 11m cold at . oi St. Louim Grain and I'roJuce. Sr Lou, May 31, s-i. t-"loi ii Market unchanged Whkit CmIi, Mny nml Jun- lower; other optiuu oin-t higher hut ileeliniil and rloM-l n frnrtlon mider Thumilay , 2 n-l, l.ixti fll 07 cash; Ul ., Jm.e; !i;,(.u;i,'f, climlng ntuO'.c, .fitly t u..',r, ebuilng at D.V, Augunt t 01c year -No. .1 nil, SI li ankiil Gills -Market a shade higher 31 ,'.V!e cat ; j." .May ; it ',2 .June ; tokl.'ae Jul , M Ang uit O.VT-- Market loner tin. I nlnw ; 3tHn3iir. ra-h j no nplldiu llvt -Market lower j ,WMil, IIaklki Unchanged. I.rin Market dull ; ali-H at 1.1.13. Ilrrrr-H I'nchanged. s:is Market tinrhnngi-l. I'uui.iji-Xinninal. II v. -rnchaiiged. r.nt0u!rt "' at mill. Ciiu.v,jiKvi rlnn nt 1,10. Wmfc.v Meady atsl.fis. rmiliiios Market ulet and Hesk ; not (ii'.iuij i-iiirr; iiiit n looillllg irft'le Chlcaeo Live Stotfc. Ciilf , l ay 31, 1-nl. The Slnirert JowwJ reMirU Ho., Kir.-iptu, ll.Ofilj liltniiriita, l,(Mi iimrl.it dull mill vlo- loweri rougti pwklnv, il n5 15 ; j.acklng ami ilill'i'lnir, .', pyM light liinm (muli-n. l T.VtS Klj nkli-a, i1!- I ), rlonlnz Wenk CtTTl.r llnvipU, S.UjO, khlmirnU, S,ttt roarkr.t brink and ili-m i exorts. M.'inti.Kj; good to rliolrti nhijiplng, ., Iin iii ; r,,inf.-iii to m-llnm, . 7.Viifi i grwi-rl Tixnm, M o; ii r.;rii-rt T.-van, M u-amj h umr-tbH-lpta. loo, khlpmi-nU, noui-1 msrtit U-sv!y; Inferior to rIr. Z70 ire-Ilutri lo gixel, irf(Tr. , rhole t rtr. TOR THE COMPLAINANTS. Topckn, May :I0. -The board of rail road commissioners this day promul gated j. decixion in the matter of the complaint of Vmiie), Mudd .t Co., against the St. Lou U .t Sun KrancUco railromi eoiupunV, finding therein for ( the complainant, "" ho had lxi:u charji- ed fiiore than schedule rate on two i ,..,.... t... r. ii i . .. ' " " "''inmi uuerrvvuic to rre- uoma over npoiniMiin roan. pirtin bla: that 110 one Gcentiilnr ih ... .... . --- tfTf b-JgUf U thi atti'ioif couTiotioa not to vote for FltJd In any eoDii&nicy, A committee wa appointed to at tend the fat" conrrntlon, with fn HruriUm to demand tlwt the abort; plc-dgw be -jfactc.l. PAOLA JJRCSPKfclMG, P,it4. Kan., May 3L McMchlln IJroofthl city, lm 1st the wn trst to lifiild a new rit mill of the Utcf Jfrtprovd msrJiinry aud to eot iMff.). It i t 1 a rnhundrel l and-flfty barrel mill, nd one of im f0t in the wtt. j KLICI3 !j,uadc.t'Ms May 2L Tlie Vr JenuacMn eoiirt-ntton tJj aftcraoon rf-tlect! the board of mxtiagcru of the New Church sa-1 tlieo!oglcalcJo!. Dissolution Notice, Solir U tttrrf rln-tt tkt ti rra fcf JMi my SrO.. kixnra . ih WKhll l'rt al 1 M.l,.- fr. 1m ... A .1.1 mk ffl.4. YOU TJLDKN AND HEMOMICKS. Itt-ftn Sgiiatiaith..tif Un..s. win t- (miihtI saiVr In.!?"- -r,n tL'4irri tnt-TiltU f If Ii. K-fUn:r !. icni ,r.ryi WkbUj tlmt, tur s. I"-- , 4-H-3 IL It. -.KIiLAKr. ". r t Y y I V - v-