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fji? VOL. V. NO. IS. WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9. 1886. WHOLE NO. 64-4 3gl "C - - i s 5. Z J U br IPt' C SjJr v nyiwi -VI it ttjll& LfflHiw-Hjjjp t n The Close of the Great Rebell- ion the Memory of the Nation's Martyred President and His Chief Councellor is Put to Blush By IU-Tempersd Utterances or Those Who Strove the Union to Dei troy, but Not Without Protest and Denunciation from Loyal Defenders of the Union in Its Hour of Peril. Father Kelley's Denunciations on Floor of the House Brings the Offender to His Feet. the weather Report. VAsmxCTOX, Juno 9, 1 n. m. Indica tions for Missouri are: Local rains fol lowed by fair weather, slightly warmer, r&riablo winds. Kansas Centrally fair weather, slightly warinor, variable winds. WASHINGTON NEWS. uxiFor.ii rrjfsioxs. Washington; June 8. The houio com mitica on pensions today agreed to report a substitute for Senator Blair's pension bill by tho bill introduced by Mr. Usrry, of Ohio, with tha amendment. The bill agreed on provides for uniform pensions of $12 per month for all soldiers and sailors absolutely disabled and unable to maintain themsclres. HOLD BEE TO STEICT ACCOUNT. Acting Secretary Fairchild today in structed the collector of customs at Chicago to remit no forfeiture of tho Canadian steamer 2Tipigon, held at that port for alleged in fraction of the customs law. COMMITTEE 1T0UK. The reports of tho joint commission ot congress to consider tho present organiza tion of the signal serrice, geographical sur voy, cast or geodetic survey and hydro graphic office, wero submitted to congress today. Tho majority report is signed by Messrs. Allison, Hale, Lowrcy and Waitc, but the last named docs not concur in thai portion relating to the signal service. This report recommends the continuanco of tbe hydrographic office exactly as at present or ganized: it recommends that tho coast survey be maintained as a sepcrate institu tion as nt present until it shall complete its work: it recommends tho abolishing of tho signal scrvico school at Ft. Meyers, Va., and tho gradual substitution of civilian em ployes for enlisted men lor tbo signal service when tbo terms oftho fossils shall expire: it also recommends tbo repeal of tho law pro viding for tbo appointment of two second lieutenants from tho fcergcants or tho signal corps. A minority report signed by Mcssrss Morgan, Herbert, and "Wnite, recommends tho ptssags of the Morgan bill to abolish tbo signal service burenu on July 1st, 1880, and the establishment in its stead of a weather burea as a civil establishment. Messrs. Her bert and Morgan join in recommending the passage of a bill providing that after Juno 30, 1880, tha geological survey shall not, ex cept for tho collection, classification and proper euro of fossils and other materials, expend anj' money. FOnTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Senate. Washington, June 8. Mr. Morrill, from tho coinmilloo on finance, reported a bill creating an astietant secretary of tho treas ury and asked for the consideration of tho bill immediately. On objection tho bill went to tho calendar. A resolution a? offered by Mr. Dawes, referring to bonded whisky. A preamble to tho resolution recites that on tho Cth of Jan uary, 18S5, tho secretary of tho treasury issued an order extending tho timo for trans portation or exportation of vhiskry then in bond on which the tax of ninety cents per gallon was duo or soon to become duo and payable, which on the 20th of June, 1885, amounted to 7,750,690 gallons, all stamped for export and upon which under tli law, tho tux amounting to $03,700.02 bid be como duo to tho United States; that under said order tho bonded period was extcuded giving owners of said whisky seven months in vbich to export tho whisky out ot tho United States, giving notico of their inten tion and entering into bonds so to do. On tbo 25th of March, 18SG, an order was issued by tho secretary of tho treasury per mitting whisky exported under tho prior order to bo returned to tho United States and to tho warehouses from which it was originally bonded without payment of duty provided under tho exifting laws of tho United Stales. Tho resolution itself is as follows: That tho secretary of tho treasury bo di rected to furnish to tho senate the authority under which the abovo named orders were issued, together with all decisions of tho at torney general of tho United States, opinions oftho commissioner of internal revenue, correipondance and all other official papers in regard to th beforementioned order of Januarv C, 13S5, and 5Iarch 20, lSSfl,now on file in the United States treasury depart ment, and to inform tbo eiiiito what quan tity of whisky has been exported out of the United Stati-s under tbo order of January 0, 1885, and whit amount, if any, or tax has been paid on its exportation; tho time proved by tho tax instead of its being stamped for export; and also what quantity, if any, has bten returned to tbo United States under tha order of March 20, 1SS0; at what points of entry it was admitted and where it is now stored in bond. Tho resolution was agreed to. Tbe senato then resumed consideration of the bill for tbo relief of tho Anapolis cadets. After a lnng debate it was laid on tbo table. A bill was passd providing for n commis sion of three, to bo appointed by tbo presi dent by and with tbo advice and concur rence of the senate, to investigate the alleged discoveries of tho speciflc cause of yellow fever. House. Mr. Keller, of Pennsylvania, caliJ up as a privilege question a motion submitted by him yesterday to cxpungo from tho records a speech of Mr. Wheeler, of Alabama, upon Edwin M. Stanton. In lieu of tho motion of yesterday ho submitted the resolution recit ing that "Mr. Wheeler had been guilty of the abusa of the order of the house and declar ing that as the delivery of such was without tho sanction of tho house, and in controversy ot tbo special order of such should ho ex punged from the record. Mr. Kelley then spoko at length on his rosolution. Mr. Kelly was unwilling that posterity should be told through tho congressional record that tho ltepublican party had sat quietly to hear tho slanders on Lincoln and SUnton poured out hour by hour and that no man, either Republican, or Democrat, who had periled hie lifo under tho adminis tration ot tho warpower by Lincoln and Stanton, for the support of tbo union, should have failed to say: "Tb.t slanders are now offensive to tho olfactories of all honast, loyal union men, having been consigned a acoro of year to ths cesspools of gos sip." Mr. Kellej- then read slowly and with emphasis a letter written by Edward W. btanton to liev. Hammond Dicer, in which he said ho was aware of tho calumnies in circulation concerning him, but ho was compelled from public consid erations to withhold the proofs that would right them. Ho then described at length the occurrences of the timo of his relations with President Lincoln and General Mc Clelland, speaking in his own justification regarding his action on the defenses of Washington. The conclusion of the letter was received with loud applause on the ltepublican side. Mr. Kelly then read a short extract from a letter of General Grant's to show the high opinion that officer had of Stanton's character, and he expressed his surprise that tho rattling of tbo bones of U. b. urani caa not disturbed the conspira tors who claimed to have power to givo unanimous consent to tbo setting aside ot tho special order last Friday night. He asked tho houso to vindicate its orders, to nrotect them against this conscious, delib erate and persistent invasion. Applause on tho lt"publican sidaj. Mr. "Wheeler roso to a question of privil ege. Ho had been charged with having violated tho orders of the house, and with having startled a man who said tbe caption to tbe speech had not been put on by him, or by ths official reporters. It had been put on by tbe public printer without his author ity or sanction. He regretted to see that tho caption Edwin. M. Stanton was placed on his speech. 3Ir. Anderson, pf Kansas, denied that thero had been accorded tho floor in execu tion of an agreement made on both tides, and for any gentleman to attempt to place on members who ware present at tho .Friday night session the brand of conspirators, was something which struck him as being repre hensible and uncalled for. Applauso on Democratic side. Mr. Morrison, of Illinois, then cut short further discussion by moving to refer Mr. Kelley's resolution to tho commilteo on rules. Agreed to 72 to 62. Tho house then went into cemmitteo of the whole, Mr. Blount, of Georgia, in tbo chair, on the legislative, executive and judi cial appropriation bills. Mr. llolman wished to call attention to to tho startling rapidity with which tho ex penditures of government were increasing. Pasting on to a consideration of tho clause making an appropriation for ths civil ter vict commission, bo stated that the amount appropriated was the tame as that given for tbe present fiscal year, $21,400, but there was a proviso added requiring tho certifica tion of the entire listoi applicants from each state who had passed examination. This re quirement, he argued, was not a change in tbe existing law but was simply a limitation on the expenditure of tbo money. Mr. E. B. Taylor, of Obio, inquired whether the main object of tbe proyision was not to secure tho appointment of more Democrats? Mr. Uolman replied that so far as the motiro was concerned he mut answer in the negative. lie would say, however, that tha bill bad tbo incidtntal result of increasing tbe number of Democratic employes. lie did not think tho gentleman ought to com plain, lie was convinced that that would be the result, but his raotivu was justice to the applicant and justice to the government. Mr. Findloy.of Maryland.inquired whether tbo object of tho provision was not to on large tho scope of cliuico for political pnr- poscs. Mr. Holman To enlargo tho scopo of choice, I admit, but for governmental purposes "and purposes of even-handed jus tice. Mr. Springer, of Illinois, thought that be foro the ltepublican accused tho Democrats of undue partisanship, thoy should bo will ing to divido tho classified service with tho Democrats. The classified servico was half compoaed of Democrats. Ho thought that gentlemen on tbe othr sido should bo silent on tbe subject of civil service reform; until this timo tbo Democratic party would con tinue to press their point. Tho commilteo then rose. Mr. Oatcj, of Alabama, from tbo commit tee on tbo judiciary, asked leave to report back tlio Edmunds anti-polygamy bill, but Mr. Payne, of Utah, objected. Tho point was lnado that a delegate had not tbo right to object, and the speaker took the point under advisement. Tho house then adjourned. Just Like Him. Deep. Pare, Juno 8. Early this morning John W. Davis, who has charge of the presidential party, was notiflsd that tho president desired to make a trip to Washing ton and that ho would like to havo a special follow close after tbo midday train. An en gine was at enc ordered from Grafton and tha palaco cars "Baltimore" and "Dela ware" woro put in readiness for tho party. What his caused so sudden an alteration ot plans is not known, as it was thought last night that tbe bride and groom would ro inain in the mountains a week or two longer. A carriago was brought to tho cottage, and tho President, Mrs. Cleveland, Secretary an Mrs. Lamont started out for a drivo. Thoy went to what is known as Obsorvatory Hill about two miles from tho executivo cottage, whero a magnificent view of the surrounding country it obtained. Shortly before 1 p.m. the President and Mrs. Cleveland and tho other membors ef tho party boarded the special train at Deer Park and it started on itt return journey to Washington. A reception had been ar ranged at Piedment, Va., and a largo crowd was at tbo depot when tbo train reached tbero at 1:15 p.m. In response to tho cheering of fully 1000 people Presidont Cleveland and bis wifo made their appear on tho rear platform of tho "Baltimore." Tho president raised his hat nnd Mrs. Cleve land bowed pleasantly. At Keytcr, W. Ya., a slop of five minutes was made, tho en gine being changed there. Another large crowd was in attendance and moro bowing and smiling was dono by Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleveland. Several other short stops wero mado before tho party arrived in Wasing ton. Ex-Senator Davis accompanied the party at far as Piedmont. Mr. Elkins was introduncd to tho pres ident this morning by Mr. Davis. Tbo in terview was short but agrocablo and con sisted mostly of pleasantries about tho last campaign. Washington; Juno 8. Tho special train bearing tho president and Mrs. Cleveland and Col. and Mrs. Lamont, arrived nt tho Baltimore and Ohio station at 7:20 o'clock this evening. The president was tho first to alight from tho car, nnd assisted Mrs. Cleve land out; Col. Lamont performing a similar icrvice for Mrs. Lnmont- Tho party pro ceeded to their carriage in couples, tbo pres ident and Mrs. Cleveland leading. There was no particular demonstration on tho part of tho few people precnt, except that tbey crowded as cloto as tho police would, permit in order to get a look at Ihe presi dent's bride. Several gentlemen took off their hats to tho president and ho acknowl edged the compliment by raising his onn bat. Somo one started a cheer but tha president had ontsrrd his carriago and driven away befora it could be taken up by tho crowd. Tbo carriage was driven di rectly to the white house, where there wero perhaps a hundred people, mostly ladies and newspaper men, on tho portico awaiting the return ot tho bridal party. Tbo carriage drovo up to the main entrance and tbe oc cupants speedily nlighted and entered tho bouse. Mrs. Cleveland sprang out lightly and was on the portico before the others had left their seats in the carriage. After divesting themselves of their wrap and removing the stains of travel, tho party sat down to supper. Tho Printers. PlTTliURO, Jur.o S. Tbe second day of the session of tho International Typographi cal Union was opsned at 9 o'clock this morning by President Whitter. Tbo elec tion of officers was 2rt in order. Charles B. Sievers, cf Chicago, and William Ains wortb, of Xashvilie, Tcnn., wero nominated for tbo presidency. A ballot was takon understanding itwou'd voice tho opinion of tho convention on tha question of joining the Knights of Labor, bicvort being announced at a determined opponent to such a movement. The ballot resulted in tbe election of Ainsworth bv a votoof69to45. After tho election tbo convention took a rtcess for dinner. Tho convention resumed tho election of officers uoon re-assembling in tbe afternoon, and tho following ticket was chosen: vice president, Chu. Jamrevrt-ll, Philadelphia; secretarv and treasurer, David M. Pasco, of Philadaiphls; organizer, David P. Boyer, ot Columbus, O. President Witter's report opposes amalga tion with tha Heights of Labor. Tha next convention will bo held in Buffalo. News Rathor Old. Dopge Cut. Kan., June S. landay, May 30, a number of parties of squatters quietly went from this city to the Fort Dodge militarv reservation, which lie ad joining this city, and staked off claims and built s nan ties. It was shortly coisod about and during Monday and the following dajs of tbe week parties en route for tbe reser vation with wagons and lumber arrived, and wherever a vacant spot could bo found a shanty was built. It 15 now claimed that the government never acquired a title to tho reservation from the Oaage Indians, and hence it is open to pre-emption. The res ervation coven about 14.000 acres, adjoining the city on tbo east. The Arkansas river rues through it and most of it is valuable land, lying so near the heart of Doge City. Will Not Pay. CnfCTNN ati, June S. Tho saloon keepers havo decided not to pay the tax under the Dow law until tbe matter has been tested in the courts. The Turf. St. Louis, Mo., June 8. Weather sultry, track good, attendance good. First race, ono and one-eighth miles Starters: Lycurgus, Biddy Bowling (favorite), Bootblack, King George. Ly curgus won after a closo finish by a head. Bootblack second, four lengths in front of Biddy Bowling, third; time 1:58. Mutuals paid 19. Second race, Fair Oaks, one and one-half miles starters: Flora L, lied Girl, Jxaloo lah, Precossa, May Lady. Xon-starter: Estrclla. Kaloolah won easily by two lengths, Precossa second, ono length in front of May Lady, third! time 2:39. Third race, three-fourths of a mile Coun sellor. Pettitt, Truant, Sfeve Jerome, Fu gate (favorite). Jerome won easily by one length, Truant second, three lengths in front of Counsellor, third; timo 1:18. Mut uals paid $7:90. Fourth race, ono miles Brookful, Free Knight, Porter Ashe, Top Sawyer, Editor, Endurance and Warrington. Free Knight won by a neck, Endurance second, a head in front of Editor, third. Fifth race, steeple chase, full course, llop-Scotoh Burr Oak. Terro Blanket, Georgo McCulIough and Bush Brook. The race was pleasing to the public, but ridicu 1nn tn hnriemen. Tim horses all went wronc or refused tho iumns. Bush brook $llZlS2?bJ2Z?&: time after, no third horso finishing. Timo 4:37. Jerome Park, June 8. Winners tody; Brynweed, Bandala, Wickham, Monopole, Mentmoro and Hose. Base Ball. AT BALTIMORE. Metropolitans.... 1 Baltimore 3 AT BBOOKLTN. Urooklyns 11 Athletics 9 AT NEW TOEK. XewYork 2 Chicago S AT BOSTON. Boston H 1 Kansas City 9 AT rillLADELTIIIA. Philadelphia.- 4 Detroit 8 AT LOUISVILLE. St. Louis . Pittsburg. St. Louis.., 9 I Louisville 3 AT 1'ITTSBURO. 9 I Cincinnati... AT WAblUXGTON. 7 I Nationals ... .10 .. 0 Monday, Juno 21. Chicago, Juno 8. It is understood that tbo counsel for the defense in the anarchist caso will bo ready to proceed with tho trialt Monday, Juno 21. Tbe state's attorney, it is thought, will not enter any objections against tho cases being taken up on that date. If tbo charges of murder should not be proven cgainst Fielden, Spies, Schwab, Par sons. Fischer, Kneel, Ludwig.Scbaunbe and Xeeber tbey will then bo tried for conspir acy. The grand jury, it is thought, will resume the investigation" into the anarchist conspir acy. Captain fccliank will introduce two witncsus who havo already told 11 partial confession to him. When all tho evidence U in, it is believed that the showing will bo such as to ctartlo those who havo belittled tbo influence and numerical strength of the anarchists. Tho grand jury that adjourned last Satur day was astounded by tho evidsne which was laid before it. Tbo Morning Xcws says it is known that two reports were drawn up. Ono of these was of similar import to that of the Seattle, Washington territory, leucral grand jury. A Now Hos Market. Atchison, Kan., Juno 8. The Smith packing homo of this place, after lying idlo for over a year, has been purchased and re fitted and Thursday morning will bo opened by King & Co., of Indianapolis, Ind., and Belfast Ireland. Tho houso has a capacity of seven hundred hog3 a day and will be oporated to its fullest. The firm has un limited wealth at its command and will buy all tbe bogs offcreJ, psying tho biehest market price. The same firm has also bought tho Fowler house adjacent which will bo filled up in timo for winter killing. The two bouses have a combined winter capacity of five hundred dogs ptr day. Hog producers throughout JCansat, Nebraska, Moaouri and Iowa have been advised of tho new market and hogs aro beginning to arrive. Charsod with Conspiracy. Pittsburg, Pa. Juno 8. The Oakland street car company entered suit in tho United States court today against Bichard Campbell, master workman of Street Car as semblv, Knights of Labor, and Messrs. Ed ward Woods, Henry (Samblo and Bobert Eberbart, charging them with conspiracy. Tho accused were in tho employ oftho com pany, who struck recently for tho twelvo hour schedule. President Gordon of tbo company alleges thoy conspired to provent tbo running of cars and interfered with men who wanted to work. Woods and Gamblo wero arrested and held for bearing in $500 bonds. Warrants aro now out for Camp bell and EberharL Your Another. Chicago, June 8. Collector Seeberger's investigation of tho allegod perils of tho Canadian steam bargo Nipigon, which pre vented the master of tho vessel from enter ing the port at Cheboygan to obtain from ihe custom officials there a permit to enter Lake Michigan, brought out a statement contradictory to that filed bv Captain Conk lin. Tho statoment complains of tbo Cana dian schooner Jessie Scorle, and cajs that ho saw the Xipigon near Oheboygan, and that bit vessel was abreast of her, and there wa nothing to prevent her from complying with tho law. Broke up In a Row. New York, Juno S. Andrew D. Best, secretary of the executive board, visited local assembly Ko. 4103 la?t night and ex plained their motivo in ordering off tho "tie up" SaturJay. His remarks caused a liioly discussion. Tho mun were very indignant and tbe meeting broko up in a row. On the sidewalks a crowd collected at.d indulgod in some warm talk. Ono of them said: "We will apply for work to-morrow and pledge ourelves to havo nothing moro to do witb tho Knights of Labor. Water. If you Ploaso KaLkioii, N. C. Juno 8. Local option elections wero held yesterday at many points in this state. There was much excitement, but tho election passed off quietly. Tho prohibitionists carried the day at Balcigh, bv CO majority. Also at tho following places: Concord. Oxford. Kingston, Hen derson. Warrenton, Louisburg, Winston, Apex, Bronfert and Seaboard. The election was upon the question of license or no li cense for tho sale or spirituous liquors. Mnlno Politics. Lewiton, Juna 8. The Bepublican state convention will be hld here tomorrow. Colonel J. B- Tadwell it considered as hav ing tho best chance for tbe gubernatorial nomination. Tho Second District Ecpublican conven tion today renominate J ;IIon. Nelson Ding ley for congress. BANOon,June 8. Hon. U. A. Bouteile was renominated for congress by tho Bepub licans at the district convention hpld here today without opposition. Noted Watering Place Burned. HAurJSONRrso, Va., June S. The village of Bawley Spring?, Virginix, was almost completely destroyed by fire this morning. All the places of retort with tbe exception of the Baltimore houso were burned. The loss is estimated at $130,000; issurasco S1S.O0O. The hotels were to hive opened Thursday. A Villainous Act. Savannah, June S. Somo scoundrel deliberately wrecked tbe night express on the Georgia Central railroad at Rogers tbie morning. Tbe engine and three coaches left tbe track, killing tbe fireman and tiverely injuring tbe engineer. Blc Fire. Martha's Fx&rt, O., Juno S. Tial por tion of the Laugblin well, known as the oil factory, was totally destroyed by fire hut night, and the other parts of the factory were romewhat scorched. The loss will reach 100,000. Fully insured. Stamford, Conn. June 8. W. C Hard ing Jc Co-'s woolen mills took fire this even ing and tbe bunding with all contents wat destroyed; loss 225,000, partly insured. Drouth Broken. Galvxston, Tex-, June 8. X special from Fort Davis to the Xewt says: Heavy rains prevailed in Presideco countr, tbi ibeep-growing section of Texas. This it tbe first rain fall in tea months and breaks the worst drouth ever known in the district. Mi Following Closely Upon Defeat of tbe Home Rule Bill the Comes the Statement that Par liament Will Be Dis solved June 28. Gladstone and His Cabinet Decide to Appeal to the Country for Vin dication at the Polls. Opinions cf the English Press Upon the Defeat of the Premier's Master piece of Diplomacy. LU North of Irelandjubilant Over Gladstone's Defeat Rioting in Belfast. FOREIGN FLASHES. England. London, June 8. The majority against tho bill surprised even the Unionists. Sev eral members supposed to favor tbe bill, went into tbo opposition lobby. The crowd outside attempted to mob Lord Hartington when ho emerged from tho bouse after tbe division. It is supposed tbatbir JUilfred Blunt M-as intermediatory between Parnell and tbe Tories during tbe last election. Lord Randolph Churchill is generally be lieved to be the member of tbe Conservative party who made tbe promise for bis party. Eighty-five Parnellites voted with tho gov ernment. The eighty-slxtb, CapL O'Shca, whom Parnell insisted on having the league elect to represent ono division of Galloway, walked out of the house and abstained from voting. About 12 Liberals refused to voto on tho division. The Liberals, who voted against the government, aro said to bo almost iden tical with those whoso names were on tho list prepared before tbo recent Liberal meet ing at tbo foreign office. The only members absent were, Hon. Charles lVlham Villars. Liberal member for South Wolvenhampton, Sir Fredrick Milbank, Liberal member lor ilicnmonu, Yorkshire, Fred W. Gratton, Liberal mem ber for North Centershire and G. Ellison M. Cortney conservative. After tho announcment of tho voto was made in tbo houso of commons last night, tbo members rushed to tho telegraph ollico to inform tbe electors of tho result of the division. Great crowds of peoplo remained outside the houso until tho debato was closed and the voto taken. The Standard says that tbo bouse cf com mons by defeating tho home rulo bill saved itself from degradation and tho empire from disruption. The Times says tbo vote will encourago the Lovalists of" Ireland to the hopo thnt their kinsmen hero will never abandon them to the unconverted mercies of tbe Irish National League and its paymasters in America. Gladstone exerted all his marvel ous powers, intimidation, mystification and niriiuiinn in favor of bis bill, but we re- joico that tho majority against it was decis ive ana crusmng. 11 is biruug wjhihuuj iu favor of the encouraging belief that English men and Scotchmen are not ready to submit themselves as jet to tbe machino politics of America. Tho News (Ministerial) says: Tho disso lution has been rendered in England by last nights votes. I'aracu a empnauc ucciarn tion that ho would accept Gladstone's bill as tbe final settlement, will have a wider influ ence with tho nation today than an ttoas tute criticisms ol Goschen. The wholo caso is now before tho country for decision. Tho Telegraph (Conservative) says: Wo aro pursuaded that tho voice of tho houso of commons faithfully reflects tbo union of tho country. Tbo union of tbo kingdom has beon preserved by tho first great declar ation of tho British democracy. Tho Post (Consorvativol says tho result remained doubtful to tho last moment. It was even feared that Gladstone's elo quent appeal was cause enough to save the bill. There is intense excitemont throughout tho country over tho outcome of tho long parliamentary contest. Tho Conservatives and Whigs everywhere aro making tbo day ono of jubilee. At Belfast, Londonderry and other towns the Loyalists havo beon stoned during their parades and demonstra tions over tha parliamentary contest. Tho cabinet will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon Jto consider what action is in cumbent on the government as the result of their defeat last night. Gladstone aroso earlier than usual this morning and during tho lorenoon ho had a two hours' conference with Earl Boscberry. tbe foreign minister. Mr. Chamberlain has arranged to bold a meeting of nis followers to decido whether tbcv shall act with the Hartington commit tee or an independent political party. At present Mr. Chamberlain favors the latter course. 110 expresses nimsen uvmj; 0111 fident of being able to retain his scat from West Birmingham. It is thought that Mr. Gladstone will not make a final statement before dissolution until Monday next. Tbo National Liberal federation has pre pared a magnifesto to the electors of Great Britain. It adopts home rule ts the Liberal platform in tbo coming election. Tho Radical dissenters will organize a Radical union, with headquarters in Birm ingham. Tbe union's programme will in clude a largo extension of local self govern ment in England, Scotland, Wales and Ire land, coupled with the supreme control of all bv tho imperial parliament. Mr. Chamberlain will be made president. Jesse Collins secretary, and toveral members of the present house ot commons vice-presidents. Captain O'Shea, national member for Galway, who was tbe only Parno'Jito who abstained from voting on tho home rule bill, announces this afternoon that he has with drawn from politics. Tho Most Rev. James Dor.ally, D.D., Roman Catholic bishop of Clogber, County Tryrone, Ireland, and all the priests of bis dioceso have sect an address to Mr. Glad stone, stating that tbey cnr.ot consent longer to to trmpli upon by the relentless Orangemen of Ulster. An eye witness describti Mr. Parnell upon the floor of the houte of commons last night, as follews: Ho was unusually pale. He commenced bis speech nervously, but afler wardt followed tbe lines of tbe manuscript, which had previously been submitted and approved by Mr. Sextcn. The speech forth with assumed a higher level and tbe orator becamo very impressive; every sentence was formed with tho greatest accuracy to ex- Sress certain parts of his speech. Ir. Parncll's face flushed with affection and pride when be exclaimed "We can not sur render a single Irishman." The concluding appeal for tto peace and prosperity of suf fering Ireland was delivered in a chord of tender and genuine kindness, different from the great Irish leader's uiually cold and dis patsioncd tone. A meeting of forty Scotch hearers and members cf tbe bouse of commons wu held today. Lord Rosebrry presided. A com mittee was appointed to prnnogate tbe I rub borne rule doctrine in Scotch conttituencos. Measures were adopted for the ettabliib mest of borne rule literature and trcakers funds. Tbe secretary of tbe British local rule association received a letter accompanied bv a donation frcm Blake. leader of tbe opposi tion in tbe Canadian parliament. Blake promisee further pecuniary assistance in aid of tbe objects of tbe association. The cabinet at a meeting, by unanimous vote, resolved to appeal to lie country. Conservatives are of the opinion that Gladstone will dissolve parliament on tbe SSthinst. Mr. Gladstone, after announcing tbe dis solution of parliament, will issue a manifesto to bis Midlothian constiteeat which will serve as a general appeal to tbe cocstry. He will Tisit Midlothian to irngsrate tbe electoral campaign. Lord Hartisctoa't address to bis electsrs will be used as a unionist cennter blast to Gladstone's manifesto. Mr. John Morley in a speech at the eighty club tonight said be was cot aware when tbe rorerumect weald resign- He believed that fa uplto of tbe defeat tbe borne rs3ebni weald become iaw very scoruy. Ireland. Dublin, June 8. Tbo infantry regiments at Frankfort-on the-M&in, are being drilled to use bicycle and tryciclej for military purposes. Tbe men will rido tho machines in marching order. The murder of a policeman in County Kerry is reported. The wildest enthusiasm prevails among tbe loyalists on tbe north of Ireland over tbe defeat of the home rule bill. Belfast, Juno 8. Rioting was renewed hero this evening. A mob of orangemen wrecked a cumber of houses of Catholics and threw stones at tbe police, severely in juring somo of them. Tbe rieters mere per sistent and the police fired upon the mob which replied with revolvers. Many were injured on both sides. Tbe polico finally triumphed. Midnight Rioting continues in the Orange district of Moncgban. At Leonorgan several militiamen have been wounded; some bouses were" wrecked and several persons shot, some dangerously, Thomas Galligher being shot dead. Troops have been ordered from Armagh to clerr the streets. Almost all tbo constables were injured oy-etones or onevs. The Freeman Journal, Mr. Pare ell's organ, says the principlo of homo rulo is for the moment defeated, but it is not killed. The bill nas been lost but the principle of homo rulo triumphs. Tho Jll athrmativo votes cast last night for Mr. Gladstone's measure virtually commits parliament to home rule. Who should say tho matter rests there! Tho Cross-Examiner, Nationalist, says tbe progress of Irish nationality- has been checked, but only at a point which fivo years ago it seemed impossible for it to reach. Not Discouraged. Niw York, Junu 8. Patrick Ford, of tho Irish World, sayt tbe defeat of Glad stone's borne rule bill, although not a dis appointment, it nevertheless regretted. It denies the prospect of a ready adjustment of tbo relation between Ireland and England upon a basis of justice and reason. But hope is not departed. The fight is not and will not be given up. An appeal to tbo country will have to be made on the issue of home rule. CniCAQO. Juilo 8. Alexander Sullivan, ex-president of 'he Irish National league, referring to thj defeat of the homo rule measure, says: "The friends of home rulo will not bo discouraged by this defeat. I bavo never bad much faith in tho success of tbe bill in the present parliament and looked for tbe defeat of the second reading early in tbo acitation of tbo question. I regard it as greater advantage than a successful vote on socond reading with a long period of in activity following that vote. The present situation compels an actito campaign and thorough discussion through out England, Ireland and Scotland. Tho more it is discussed tho stronger it will become. It is more imperative that all Irishmen stand by Parnell to sustain him in tbe coming strugglu at tho polls. If Furncll is beaten the Irish cause still remains, and Irish soldiers ill not be found wanting to fight for it on other fields. State Sunday School Assoslatlon. Salin.i, Knn., Juno 8. Tbo Kansas Christian Sunday School association opened its sixth annual convention in this city to night. Ono bunred and fifty delegates have arrived; nearly as many more will be hero tomorrow. Tbo convention continufs dur ing Wednesday and Thursday. F. D. Porter, of Washington, D. C, A. McLean, Cincinnati, and William A. Broad hurst, Lsuisvilie, Ky., aro among tha prom inent men hero from abroad. Two state Sunday school evangilists have been at work in Kansas this year under tbo direction of this aisociatioiu They bavo visited fifty four counties, held seventy-nina institutes, dcliertd 872 addresses and taken nearly $1,400 in pledges, payable annually for llv years. The Scale of IS84 PiTTsnuRO, Juno 8. The session of the Amalgamated association of iron and stral workers was taken up this morning with tho consideration of tbo scale of wages without conclusion. From unofficial sources it is learned that tbo commilteo recommended tbe scalo of 1884. Not Guilty. Milwaukee. Juno 8. This morning for-ty-nino ol the recently arretted eighty men indicted by tho grand jury for rioting and conspiracy were arraigned in tho criminal court. All pleaded not guiltvand were held for trial, their bail ranging from 1,000 to $2,000 each; Senator Aldrlch Re-Elected. W Pm.T 12 T .Ttinn R Thft fn(ral as sembly today re-elected Hon. Wm. Aldrich to tbe Unitc'd States senate. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Nw Yorfc Market. Naw Yens;, Jane g. S!ony-Oa call easy at 1H&-H Pr cent. psUt.c mercantile paper at Igs. 5llne exchange dull l 91 il)i (or c) days, tl demand. Government doll and steady. Mate llonds negles1.' I Railroad bonds more active. The total s&Iraof stocks were 3.3li shares O. 3.3-pcr-cenu V. 8. Ji-per-centJ U. s. -ir cents U. S. 6-it-ciiU of '5 , MUeocrl 6 bonds Chicago Alton Chicago, Barllngton ft Jalncy.... IcEawana Lafe frhor Mtjsourl ferine Northwestern . .............. Itadlnc ... Coek lilted , Union Pacific Wabash VTettern Unlo.i ...W. ....nix ....1S. ....1 ....101K .. HO ....lM'i ....IS .... es ....iu-k ...Jin.' ... as .. lis .... as - . T.'i Ci'ato Ufic tn4 Produce Cnictixj. Jim 8. Tb n.ulnllon la wbe&t w very active asaln todny. but the nurket wa very weak. andirlces were elitrtly li.wer. The loreign advlcM were again unfavorable, qnoilng doll awl lower markets The decrease !n visible tfippllea tm contlderably les than the opera tors had anticipate d More rain wai rejmrle 1 in Ihe portions of the spring wheat belt. Indi cating x better octlook for the crop, and It caowi the mtrket to OJ-en In a eeml-paolcy condition. Jnly option bcganatt-U.bat fell Gfcnlctton;;, roieto ,., frit off to :, rallied to"', and cloe I at 19 o'cloct at ..' Id tbe afternoon the feeling was again wesk. ml JciTclmed for the day at T0V. Consider able long wbt was thrown on the market. and It wat rumored tbtt some ef tbe parties prominent In foreleg Ihe recent adranen had sold tnX. Tbe ontwanl tone of th mtrket ? weknf throo jhont. Corn held np eteady early, but bmk In syra pttby with wheat, nd elel liwer. Tbe naU market was thorongly active, witb tborl baying and feeling and and advance of one cent. Previsions rnlel firm erly, bnt broke off rather sharply toward the cloe. now Qalet and tdy. Wheat Sale rani ed: Jan. TS',a;i).V, eloed 71: July. 7':eV. cel zVit Acgtut. TTJiaTtt. doled 7a.; '2 frlng, tii'it, So SepriegSSS". Core Sales ranged: Cats. tl'eiJ"x; elol 3: Jnlv. Ji;.;.'.'. eloeed H; August. r.v. OiU Stltt ranged Ch. SSl Jaly.STT, rsj,, doted i Augatt. K.V. dod ,. Eye 'jolet; ?o. t. SC.Ve. Barley dells So. i. US. Pork Sale rsrged: Ch U iVn&Sca; Jane, ; Jnly : KJ3 &. doe-l as Js '! Acmt. Ss Va) U. tATd-Salet ranged: cb. 14 169 tliii Jnly. 1S546 t5. dod j:S'? at Angct Eer creamery. ligUV; dairy, Ili. . Is 31e- Beofptt wheat. tS.onpj ecra. ,OB; oU. i:3,ooa. imMOOJ KOAX9 Wheal July 7V. Cora JcIySS. Oatt jnly W. Pork Jly i Z. Lard July i 13- 2t. lmU drain sd Preface. St. Lont. Jsre i noir ietlv bat ssehasftd. Whett. active bat weak al lwer. T asr ket opened easy and (radially fell oSts a point K.Ve lower tiaa yettidty. Pricrt recuvertd tease towanU tt ttw aad ciari 1 Jt'l rs deryetterdiy. . bias ej...ji"-. "- .'" 1 T7. clatUg- nj';8jusibr. .S$T-. I cio-iMc:tx. j Jttly. StS JtSn. W SeUBbr. . I Oat dead dall fci tltady : 5o- S Kixtd taA. j SX; Jb. X ed; Jsly ux tk-l. j f-.. .f-tl mA 1aW Wa 9 mfYMf MA. 2ffV, t Bye weak; 59 Wd. Unify No market. Batter quiet and steady: erramtry, 1615; dairy. 116 1113. Eggi-hlgher, 0K,'o. Pork higher, 00. Lsrd steady, li 753 SO. Bce!jts wheat, 9.U.O; corn I1.CO0; oatt, Ai-ra&soox boaxs Wheat steady and o-. changed. Com Kc higher. Oafs unchanged. Kacus City Grain and Picduce. KAX&tf Crrr. Jnne s". The lally Indicator repiru wheat receipts C.0OJ; thlpmentt UK0; U store. UO.ttXi; market weak: u. 2 red. casj, C! bid: July, d bid, 63V asked; August. GJS'.So. 2toft cath, Cs bid, 70 asked. Cora Uecelpts ICO; thlpmentt IS.COC; In store 87,000; quiet; No. 2 cash iti tsked; July, 26Ji asked; So S white cash. S$X asked. Oatt No. 2 cash nominal ; cash 23$XX. Bye Nominal. liar Dull ard weak: lancy small bailed, (6 ou; large, as 00: nw S3. Egjt weak at ec. Butter dull, weak; choice creamery. 23; fine dairy. 11 15. Ccicaso LlTt Stott. Ccicauo. Jane 8. Cattle Kecelpu, 4.000; thlpmoau. 1900; market stronjr, shade higher: shipping steer MO319.0 lbi. l 0tf6 GS; ttockert and feeders. i 7.V3I bO; cowt. built and mixed, 81 7J (O; bulk, tl 203 10; through Texas, I So-gl 23; . Bogs Keeelptt. 19.Ct.ai: shipments, 3,300: market strong and 15c higher; rough and mixed. S3 9JJl 33; packing and shipping, tl 23S 47; light, (t U.4 4a;3klpt, 3 5oiJsi. Sheep Cecelpts, ISO; thlpmentt, none; market stronger; natives, ti Curt! SO; Texans. tZ lug: (2; lambs, per head. Si IXV3I 00. 3t. Loaia Live Stock. Sr Louis. Janeg. Cattle Uecelpte, 2100; thlpmentt, OJOO; market active, blzher on good cattle, common grades steady; export S3 23.&S 10; fair to good, 1 yKctS 20; common, St 104 73: corn-red Texas, S35034Sll;grass-fedTerant, ti33fi4 00; cowt and heifer. Si 2333 ;S; ttockert and feedert.S . llcgt receiptt 3,30): thlpmentt, 2jU; mar ket active and 104l3e higher; belt choice and heavy, SI 10i 3-J; mixed packing. SI (Ogi 13; light, SI 04 73. Sheep-.Uecelpta 20 0; thlpiutnli t; market tteady; Si 23l til. Ststtt Cltv Lle stocx. IUas Cut. Jnne $. lattlt lii-celpla, 130; thiptnentt. Ml; market active, ttrong: 3jlec higher: choice to fancy, 83 tu3 3). lair 10 good, St 7ol 'JO; common 10 incdtnm. Si l3 i.l; stocker and fcederi. S3 2331 20; cows, 82 S3 .'-. Ilogo K-celptt, li iiC.thlp'M. 'J C-MiStroog active 5c higher; good to choice 81 MC81 W; com mon to mtilinm, $3 o33 !i3 Shocp Receipt liffi; ihtrmnntt. 12ti; steady; good to rhoire ti 73W1 G: common to medium, ! .v32 23 WIICHTA .MARKETS. Heavy Draft Drivers Medium work 1'oniet, broke Ponies, wild Toulet. Indian CATTLC. TSuteherft' steers .. ... Knt cow. sad heifers Shipping steers . MULX. 13f to 14 hands, 4 to 7 years old.. 14 to l:LaD'l. 4 to 7 years old... 13 to 1G hands. 4 to7yeart old... .. ,siioai73 .. . 125SI50 . .. K'4.U) . .. 40(4.70 ... 20u4 Si ... 103 0 3 V3 73 . 3 ax33 50 ... 4 l 73 8VTS juotla 17t-&2 .S S--g.. 10 3 on 7Mliro .... tK70 2ii3 23 23 23 .... vio !kj10 lJ-25 1I&20 .... 2 W .... t81 23 ....2 5OQ3 01I liS 11 7 10 r-ft .... 1 i" 33 0 2 73 2 50 2 23 73 ft) 70 IIOOS. St:l ping hogs Stock hot .... Grain. Milling whekt Shipping wheat, lower grtdea., Mixed Corn Wldto Corn Oat KedTrxasdo Produce. Irish l'otatoes, Ktrgs.... ....... .... ttuiter. Cheese. Onions Apples, .... ...... ........ .... Chickens, per dozen S. C Hnnin S.C. Ilk. Ilscon llacon tldee.... D. 3. Sides ... Shoulders ,... Corn meal Floor, high patent Flour, patent , Flour, XX.XJC..., riour XXX Chop feed irftn.a......a.a................. Shorts. . . .............. REPORT OF THK CONDITION Of the Kantat National Hank, at Wirhita, In the Mate of Ksnsn, at tbe clo.euf butinett, June, 3rd, I?.-C. I.ES0CBCK4 Iians ami dlsconnts .8 Ift.CM) GS Ovenlrafts 1,2394 V b Iiouds I eecure circulation 12,Suo (" Otlierttocks.bondtanilmortgageit.. 5,172 'J Dnefrom approved reeerve agenU.. 33.5r5 H Due from oilier National IlanLt. . 2U.233 13 One from State banla and bankert. 2;.e3 Ileal eitste.lurnlture and fixture. . 1J.SII 7U Current cxpentet andttxrepald 3.32 OS lremiumt paid . 2,40; 23 Exchtnget for clearing-house . 4,030 It) Hills ol other bank 2I,I4 Ui Fractional ii-er currency, nickel and l-enulet. 2 23 Specie S.ttWSiO 1-egiil tender note 13,000 00 .exemption fund with U S. t rea- un-r ,'1 ;rcent. of circulation) X! 30 line from I. . S Treasurer, olherthan 3 per cent redemption fnn 1 . . IP 00 Tolal J13,20;31 LixniUTixt. Cai.lUl ttock Mid In 8 SO.WO 00 .-un.t.L, fund . lo.mi on Undivided pn.tlU 20,2li S9 .SMIonnl Hank note ouutatidlnz . . 11,23,1 li Individual depo-it eobjectbi cheek 137,e-4 OS Demand certificates of deposit 26.3M 34 Hue toother Ntllontl btnkt ... . 264 on Due to Mate Itankt and bnkert... 33.lt.. ai lota! ..8 313,207 31 State of Kantaj, County of !edglclr, . I, A. A Hyde, Cathler of the aboTc uAme.1 bank, dj solemnly twetr tbtl Ihe above elatement It true to the beit of mr iti.iitlr.lge and belief A. A. HYliJ-., Cwbler fluliwribed and eworn tu before me thWElb day of June. l--d ciuil. C V McCLaSATn', Nottry Public. Comml-tlon eiplret April 1". law. Correct Attet .Sam's, llorcx, I J.I. Dran. Director. II W Lout. ) REPORT OF THE CONDITION Or the Wichita National Hank at Wichita, tn the state of Kanat, .tJ do. cf batlaett Jnne 3, l"rJ r.uoctczt Iotns and dl-eunnte S4 ., 0?rn!rjf i; S bosdt to tecnredrcnUtlon V bticdt of Ltnd - other itocVi, bond nd nortf ge. Un from tpproted r-trr tgenu . Ia from other National btntt line from 8UI backs And bankert Ileal estate, furniture and sxtsrre I nrrent expeai't aed taxes paid iTenulsmt paid Kiehtnge for eletring-bonte mil of other btcks . . Frtctlontl l-per ccrrencr. aleklet udpennie Specie Legt.1 tender note Ke0-.roj.tlon fond with V S TrrMBT er lipereentof dreaUtlon) . i,.i ta jl,tv It) i.nt 2,trt w . lr.m i , e,si o I..CJ3M 10.CM) "J 11 74 2.VS 21 r.UU 27 Ufirl to SJ CO 13,t) SO loicn Total .-;,-! 24 UAULmu. CaidUl ttock ptld to SIK.WrtW Sorplat fond M. Undivided pnl ... lt 14 Nttlocal bank cot osuUadlng H.13) 00 Indlvldnxl deo-4U tabject to ueck. tC.Ui l IemaadeeTtiac-.l of deceit - ."37 "3 Doe to other Natioul btakt ,m C Dat to Mat bitkt aad bankers . 17.S7S II Total MTt.ti 2 auteof Kactu, t n.y of Sdgw.d-, I. M W Lew. caikier ef tit t&oee-saoied bank, do toJetusiy weartbtt tie tirft l le nient 1ft .rne lew n.7 ae"r..4 s.r!L..f it W LEVr, Cavbler Ssbcr.bd tad tarcra to befor EutbU t.h day r June. 1m FLOTte I. ITTEBS, fiAi) Notary rxMlt. My eoaailttloa exptret Nor. s. Ises CxTTttt 2t: J C. Errax. X VT OiLTin. V Dineiar N. T. Nranaaujisia, Money At lowest rates aod ready for borrowers alt ' AT ONCE! 5. W. COOPER, 37MAin8t-,Wichitav THE REVOLUTION ClothingHouse 102 DOUGLAS AVENUE. Citizens Hank llul!dicS, SACRIFICE SALE OF Clothing, Hats, ASD Gents Furnishing1 Goods, Now Going on. John Davidson, THK Pioneer Lumber Man -Or iuIo wjulnt. ESTABLISHED 1X1870. A Coiplete Stoct of Pine Lniber SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS. SASH,:&o. atvajton hand If OiBce and Yanla o Mrrket Street between lwolaa Aenneand Fll . -Street liXXt WICHITA COSSERVATORY OF MDSIC, Corner of Kini)rl.iaenueatid U'llliaui alreet miulbof l)ouclanvenne. iii:kctoi: CATHAHINK RUSl-fcllal.. 3. E. 33IO"WISr: FURNITURE, JEWELRY, ETC Douglas Avenuo, WichltA Kas. EYE, JSJttffis suhgical'institute. fitcialties. Eyos, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears, Surgery and Deformities. E. "52". 3VtTJISrSEr.I., TwI. U., Proprietor and Surceoa In Charge, North Main Strae w SI. JOHNSON, 31. I.. HOMKOrATllIbT. GENKUAI. ritACTICK. CIIUOMC DI.SKASK. DI9KASKS OK rKUAT.K. TeIeihnniNo. IX. Ofllceand residence over Slel A Sin't bard war store, 117 N Main tt. WIcMta, Kan. Office boon. 8 to 10 aoi, 1 to 4 rm. and at night. J36-U "YCKS. A. KltVMKIt, WIIOLKSALKAXII KKTA1I. M:I:L:L:1:N:E:R:Y. ytxr dook to rosTOrrica, WICHITA. KAN. Iletf O McICIM DuItOIS, AKSTIIACTOK, OXceon Main tt. np tecocd ttalnray nrtli of IouiQic, WICHITA, KANSAS. dXf E.T.aaowx. 1 C. I OLE. BROWN & COLE, Real Estate Dealers. 329 DotQlM AvBe, Wichita. (lltettfl Manhattan Hotel) All who wlab tobnjrorteli real e.tate. rent a a bnlnett placi orrealdeDce. tbonld 01 fall to call 0(i DItOWN A (OLE, ie ou(la At: J. A. STEDMAN General Insurance Agent Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident nrrtix 1 icla; a vkncz Oeer P-Arse' Omr tore. larmxt Ape? in tie Yalle?. J. F. STAFFORD, i.kaj.ki: it Guns, Pistols and Ammunilfon W. H. Sternberg, Contractor and Builder. Hm a. Ska 349 Mala atraat RnUliM wort at Larweat fr.ai. Eajue fsra!skd cm tiort ssttc- WICHITA. KA. OLIVER BROS. LUMBER DEALERS. Ticaha. - - Zxlsu Branch Yards at. Wintf!d, Wellington, Garden Plain Harper, Anthonv 4 Attica. BAaOAiKatMBCAL XTTATX A la aarrtcaJtarU mA aaock Jarw. ttraa. aart ITTrflrrfr -ffy. ',- " T - -, CBtvuner aacsfea t- fee jalectle. imexi r tiwr V3 s natau m. llt UA U eitrSaelr l-mmtl Ja frd IMaaaMrtataL )aatlai tanb la Bttt AJ lmt ttarir. tut fcrrniryrEa. tfiiTTrwr TT-11 e? - hMMbtlSa aKeVi Aorain! Again one of our buyers is in the market to take advan tage of the many bargains to be had on account of Stock taking by all leading jobbing houses. In a few days we will Astonish you. Watch this THE BOSTON STORE PHILADELPHIA STORE Cor. DOUGLAS AVE-and MARKET ST. Sp ecial We .shall place on sale Saturday morning: 4 pieces Black silk Rhadzimer ui 97c, actual worth 1.75. G pieces of surah silk in brown, black and blue at (Joe; actual worth, $1. 6 pieces Black silk brocades at Ooc; act ual worth, $1. 42 pieces English doublefold Ginghams and seersnekers at 7c. (The Ginghams arc slightly damaged, but are made to sell at 25 cents. 02 dozen silk Taffeta Gloves in black and the new shades of rnauve and tan, ail sizes, 35c; regular price of the.se is 75c, Shall offer these bargains for a; few days only. A. KATZ. space closely. Ottering! -. -i-i-- - r'tea6W-i.