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J. R. 3@XRRWXN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KAlE or., oV SAUMUM s JACKUT'S ms~s,
I, 'LIAI, Memsi Cu t Law.
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AIrawm Ma Iaw.
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H. 3Ia. STBPH.(OrS.
PHrNICuAN AN.D aUR *ON,
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DRS. MITCHELL A SNYDER,
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(Next to Mostma HoteL)
ANACONDA - MOTANA
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FIrTZPATRICK ! ABPLING,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AOTS.
Miming BrokertaCoIleeCtoS d Coaymveaeer.
ANACONDA - MONTANA
WI~O~llr YO~ LaW
PH. BEST BEERK HALL
alrr eras , Barrett & artt,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
Famtly Suppume a Uped aly.
AD Orders DUnvered Free at Char.e.
aonp O FPr trees - .ANACONDA
(oorro Tas mTAXx)
YMA E A 8PECIALTY OFFINE CIOAR8
DoUl1reIC. Irosrr AtDo UrT wesr.
THE GOLD BOOT.
B s to~ at the LD oTTr,
tU Wet Plark . I. H. SBAw, lPopeletor.
READ'S DRUG STORE,
Aimeoada, . . . Montana.
Warm Spring Liu ry able.
1s PIaeLm Turouat Is Aaeol. New sad
LANDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
5 FINl NEW HIKEAML
On:BADDLE HO0888 for lades sa" GeMs
aure the Psnes s L s me w sens.
NCHAS. W. FRUNCH. Proprietor.
VWr sat.M, WOS a Main. A am Mia e.
The * Morris * Cousins,
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+ A. J. BLI)C +
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THOUSANDS IN THE LINE
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.-- Lu a oea te ow enmdry.
WAamnroTO. Ot. K--The morsing
broke cloduy and thrsatealng rain or
rew. for the ar was e vey chilly. But as
the boeam woe ao the sky leared, nak
lag a beautlul dAy T he great Knights
Templar parade. The tei' Is in gala
dres. Publc and private buildings are
covered with bunting, and various en
slagnl used in decorations, furnieling a
pleasing variety. Every7whsr was bustle,
anination and preparation. The Ten-.
plars rmed early at the variouse bad
qarsand wit hands play.n.,mased
through the crowded streets to e place
of sartlang. Peea.n.rvanLa avenue was
roped ofto give fll room for Knightly
The crowd present was not nearly as
large as when Harrison was Inaugurated.
A moderate estimate pls the numher of
visitors at ,0 The. e are nearly all
friends ofat the various eammandderes.
The number of Knights in the city has
been estimated at from fifteen to twenty
thousand, and comoosin over 100 cos
manderes rm sections of the coen
trr. It was nearly noon whem the twelve
dvisions of the procession faormed in the
streets, adjacant to the cepitol, from side
streets. At a signal they aled into lies
and egan the long maseh up Pennsyl
About fifteen thousand sir knights were
In line. The following was the order of
the poe i: Eminent Sir Knilbt M.
M. Pm hter, chi . with chief o f
stafs and aides Art di on, Eminent
Sir Kniht W. G. Mon o. eoemanding
with ai and Washl. ton (D. C.) coan
manderles esortilg; nere at the erand
ensampmoent Most Eminent Gran Mas
tsr Rooms and reonal staff. Second
division, Right Em t Knight Van
Sliek commanding ra. commnander of
Mew aelire -and Rhode Island with
subordinate eonmmanderles; third di
vision, Right Eminent Sir Knight A. C.
Wood coamadndi n grand commnander
of New York and subordinate command
eris ifourth division, Right Eminent Sir
Knight J. L. Brck comrmandinn, grand
commanderies of Virginia, Vermont,
New Hampshire and Connecticut with
subordtinate commanderies; flfth divi
sion. Right Eminent Sir Henry Parkins
commanoding, grand commanderies of
Ohio, Kentucky and Maine, with subor
dinate comnanderles: sixth division,
Right Eminent Sir P. C. Hipple conm
m.anding, grand commandery of Pe.nn-a
.sylvania, wTth subordinate oemmanderies;
seventh division Right Eminent Sir B. T.
Baron commanding grand comanderies
of Indiana, Texas as i h nd
te commanderles s
Right Eminent Sir Norman T. Gasuett
oenumanding. grand comnmandery of
Illinois, with subordinate eonsmantad
ery; ninth division, Right Lu ai
t.at Sir Samnuel H. War amner
.g, grand comamandery f Call
4 Tennessee and New
ndery't tenth di
Eminent Sir S. G. Howard
comma commandery of
Georgia, M ppi Alabama, Missouri
Sand al siana, with suO-cosnmandr;
eleventh division, Right Eminent Sir W.
H. Sanhorn commanding grand com
manders of Minnesota, kansas, Mary
Sland, Colorado, Arkansas,, North Car-m
lina. West Virginia and Nebraska, with
seut.commanders "twelfth divisios.
Right Eminent Sir W. V. Stiles command
ing, grand commansdery of Dakota, Wash
ington, Wvomisag and Montana. and pee
Saetntarios tfam Canada..
Ihe eleventh division made a very fine
display. It was comnmanded by Sir ailter
H. Sanborn, and was composed of repro
sentatives fron Minnel.ta. Kanasas*
Maryland, Nebraska and West Virginia
and the grand commaderies of (Colorado
and North Carolina. The twelfth divisio.,
which contained only Crene conmnuandery
of S.oux Falls, Dak., Geoffrey De Stakd
mar preceptory of Toronto, and the
grand comnmande7 of Wyoming terri
tory terminated the procession, which
consumed three hours in pausing the re
viewing stand. The people on the side
walk pressed forward to have a glance at
President Harrison. The presikknt, how
eater, rather wearied from thle
ordeal of standing four hourn
in the cold air, almost all the
time withoet a coverinl to his head. Im
mediately left the stand and accompanied
by his secretary and the ladies of the party
strolled across the lawn to the White
The knights in the secordl division were
all from Massachusetts and Rhode Island
and were distinguished by good app. -
ance and full ranks. In the fourth divi
sion Richmond Comnaandery No. 2 ntro
duced a variation in the appearance of
the parade. l~flace of swords they car
ried long lances, tipped with silver of a
dull hue, and their vestnents were
adorned with silver facings. Another of
the Virginia cmmasries carried lances,
tippd with old. In the fifth division the
Oriental eoramaadery of Cleveland at
traeted much attsention and aolab
its fine nmaching, as did also` ....
Commeandmry of Cincinna the
mehmers of which Lied the
stand with their heads u rand
ar ats resting on their right shosulder.
SDemosy commandery of aLoulsve
was warmly C aae as t passed be
fore the relg wad. This command
ersy is known amone the Templars as the
as = drill corps of the United States,
and Mf hes eveautions was
the end of this division, but sha
ingsl twhe aae forward ranks, the-
pleas fth on-eookers was the "Ii
omandyu" freem the Masonie apb
- heme Ia Louisille. It was coaposed of
Ithad su tog to hat from -b seir
pme..ati.. Illinois took up the whole
de iivs dsion and had twenty
elgt separate **5 ain alie.
St. Meraid, the crack comnmandery of
the state, attaeted universal attention.
It was preedsd by the Royal Canadian
band of Hamilton which carried a live
easle preseted Siarae G Gate con-s
maedsry o f la S ran eo three years
'r. lon -o bad wearid pe
moon, bow..vor gae wqI
1o asling d vydt -- as the Ca
forma kniubb mad is sight headed by
d membe'in d Caifmrla ooamnasda
N. ?, . San Vgonshes. monted on al
blweak ehamge T2%9&l .0 vwee. e
wmrd a. ".w k ýr e
GMea hItal beed
semad iseuslrp n !se,
ea.it then ela .t Mr Ywe.
], p er de edleud a addems ol we. -
-coma on the par the o omol cmunintse
ab mntr'adisd Can.snineu r Dauglats,
whs wedlcomed the hagltet I he
half of the er. To hath ad
dreses, the wwhdmute reupoads.ed
and this closed the public eerels. The
esnampnednt then tbeui Its ectret remuoa.
One of the linckents at the white house
this morning was the untation to the
Mreyntofthe boy Km h Temp from
forms ft the enmumnandel with plumed
chapeaua, carkics and the I ke. They were
accompanied hby Justice Harlan, who form
ally presented then. The president ad
dressed a few weeds of eanurIruanent
anul ceanU nt to the btnys and shook
--8. ·- Ba. wh N A e
Thte Iowa trunse imnsri utely loomeda
ulp and a resolution was offered e*seluding
the members fron that state fronm the
session. This resolution was carried and
the Iowa smenberm srwnwhat Indignantly
withtlrew. General Roclsne, who au grand
master of the order. had declared the lowa
comarnnder and its nemhbers in rehel
lion had snthine to do with offering the
esdution, buot uanply placed it before the
convention. It is authoritatively stated
that be took no ski. in the matter dur
ing the dimcussion of the resolu
thuos. The annual address of
Grand Master Roosne, who presided over
the session was then read. He reocs
mended me.ating Asruhaion Day as a day
of special eomnaemoration and relisious
servioe b the order throughout the eoun
try. He then directed a great deal of
space to the Iowa trouble. He said the
grand commandery of that state had at
mpted to nullity deliberately the
will of the grand encamprm ,
and though still pro.i ming ststy
to the grand encampment and co-.
titution its deeds had belied its
empty words. He admitted that the ritual
adoped Vb the R.n Francisco conclave in
1886 has not comnmended itself to all state
comnmanderles, but insisted while it was
In force it was bound in duty upon the
knights to obey it. Iowa did attempt to
do away with a law of the grand encamp
nment and questioned the constitutionality
of legislation of the grand encamp tent.
In c.oncluding he ree>nmended grsat*
gentlene in dealinr with this tunforttc
nate situation of afairs. The whole tmat
ter of the ritual he trusted, wouldi h deml
nately dispose of at this conclave and in
the itnal decision he hoped all wouldagre.
and it Iowa was satisfled, all occaml.,, for
disagrnent would IN. rnemoved. t4on
after the reuditr of Ge.eral Ro.An e ad.
dress, the conlave adjornedl until to
This evening has Ibeen given lp to sei.e
nudes andi reetptions. Gohkknl Gate cotn
maandery of San Prancisco bans heen the
recipien. t do unusual and marked atten.
tikss. This afternoon tihe .mnnusandery
telik.ded Mrs. John A. LOganl an ek.ant
roeeptiss at their quarters. Tine rooms
were elaborately dl.crattE.l. Mlrn. I an.
accamllpanied lib her sn.n, was e nreived b
Eminent (cmmnander A. G. Booth. Geas.
Ishimna Youang and otler oftlv-rs. Tlaurw
day afternoon Mrs. LAgan. whl.m is warms
friend of Golden Gate comnunanmnry. will
ve its knights and ladies a sperial rsarce
ton a (Calumet Place. To-nigt a pubhlc
srepton was given by Goklen Gate coon
FIGHTING FIRE SEVEN DAYS.
Herrit.le SIaprtm..lr t the Crew ar tLhe
t'la1.. I.t as M DeOas.
Nrew YORK (ct. 8.-The British stemaner
Unionist arrived to-day. It had a thrill
ing experience in mid ocean. The ship
caught fire and all on board had to fight
the flames seven days and nights. T-he
vessel expected to make the trip from
Liverpool in sixteen days. It mailed Ifrnm
that port September 21 and the fire hbroke4
out September 2. hbeing preceded by a
terrific explosion which sthook the vresel
nearly apart. The fire was conllmed to
the hold of the vessel, and the saving of
the Unioniut and t .w preservation of the'
crew are akin to miraculous. A nunmber
S..f ýý ...t. rw. inh .ls I hiat ..,ne.· fataliy.
womid We Ce't.
WAmHI)rIIO. I). C'., ( (t. H.-ln July last
the ewspaperls of the Paciflc- sast calle*l
attention to the relported discovery of
Captain Bell of the steamerl A. H. Fikhl of
an imlportant bank eight smit.ies oi N.e
tucca. Ore., where be took largle nIulners
of cod of excellent quality. The entire
coast was explored by trh flat conunia
sion as. d mer Alhatrous during September,
and the oflcial report of Captain Tamor.
just received, disproves the exi.stnce of
such a bank anywhere in this immediate
vicinity. A depth of fltteen fathoms was
founa UousI one mum on .u.o.
Ctered oe.. CaU oe the Presldest.
WAsIasaTONx Oct. A-Among the ofn
ecll callers at the White House to-day
were a committee from the National Col
ared B abist amscelatim recently held at
Imdanapolla who canme to present reso
teaions adopted by the uamoclation asking
the presldent to do what be could towards
suppressaig the oetrages committed in
the south upon black men because at their
eolor. The committee was given a care
ltd and respectful hearing y the pres
therve. ule tslmsed c the rnsalt of
Nsw ToUm. Oct. 8.-As a result of the
Flack divorce ease, the Judges of the ma
pram court of this ityl have e out
agalW tsecret divorce. At a m i to
day which war attended I joJud.e of
I t b. I wasr resolved autb that
there w be no efeences la action.
for absolute divrse.anad they will be tried
t_ -n _ . r, ._r ..
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DIm.b of Pr.L Mmes.
WuAszorror. Oct. 8.-Prot. Joseph E.
Nourse of the United States navy, died at
ha hbom in Georgetown today. He war
born In this city Ln 181U. He was on duty at
the wavalobss ,, thit t is for van,
yarm pmr.dr.n 13 when be was r
A D.emases .ssis..
Boerow, Oct. 8.-United Stases Distr
Aorney Gal.ia hea sent. his r.satiao
to the peideart. Galvin is a deaocsrI
and was appeomted i lIP.
NEW ENGLAND'S SHOPS
lb 1uI00 Iii I W
A" we ire cm~i .
3rn mgsbhe4a raeo.. Fawv" Tet..
Mmp~a -UwmSttu Nepumt.t
U,. flab.. a Upw.e.
N4AN UrisTUW, M. H., (t. M. -Th. inw
maUamal xcursion paaeS last night tar
Sb. Brat thua In the ' cspurnraw at nuat
of tb. ak'Iegatt amd attachw. of the ln
teeatlonal Amuerican conav'.e uipt In
oars. The rapeeal train. remained in Bos.
torn at the M~ai. ra.u,.l cation .til 2
o'dclk .n the norning. when it war nmn
to Man'hlte.r. The delegates were car,
d~lla wek'ewdrtl by Senator Blair and the
Th.e Inarnw lse. healklings devotetl to the
manaatartn oft. fatbrics e..aitle the. lIveli
eat lntewa.t. Here wer, the. reae
ittaqs i the work)l saretdin to
stan ts anakt bg a nwenher of the
sulal tUltem~, who aehed that onse of the.
n cIL aewllnd mnore cottoen anad Indigo
thaw anv oiatler conIOerl in all ('hristen
dant. tIw foreign visitors heard with
aa.a.emaiant lthat in this comnlaratively
smnUIl city. half a ruillousl slpinwdls wre
Swhiesag andl 14.IWt) I0es1 wen, weaving
rie u'er eya of fabrics of all kinds.
AiMr looking over thea fatorke, tlhe miart
WmesM.l.d to a new mill. wlhere in one
Uf of a mat hall, 40 feet by 1uo, bad
be.s arrasllt.d a disly of the gd1 p
deuetl i inMa half
of w.rkillg day. It ma., a n cat formi
saI showing t. its extent, and was. ns.e.
over, arraun.el so as to ske. a nmoat at
tra.tive echihitita ranging from blocks of
upte wuool and raw rattcw to pitchers.
water umk·rle and the like., of woel lHbre',
sad .ne paper pretty checked ad striped,
*eedles- and the like. Whe* the
lltýht had been duly admirel the party
wets seated at nhacheso furluished the
etiless. ianl shortly afternroon left Man
chester nat the way to Portlam Maine.
Perr. An, Me., (t.t. 8. -Tt- Pan
I Amircan delegate. arrived here at 4
t o' elak. During the trip frmn Manchester
the deklegate were eesrily engaged i.
l asltyinsg the snmpies of goods and
ekat.es they bad serunr l. aidn making
Igemestorau ela to attach to the rspectiv
Ssausapie, which were then parcked away.
r On arrival at Portland the visitors war
driven ahet the. city in carriagesr aid
afterward take'n to the Falmnouth Horse
Iwhre a neep tin e committee awaited
thesnm. An elahnrate dinner was served,
after wlhich aswerhms were nuase by *Sei-a
Stoe Hal. ('harles R. Flint ef the, Alan'rieaa
dek.a.ao i asit Senor )lMendlne., el"ele.gaut
.of Bgralil, who makl Ii.. e'tllapror sll
I spokell of ti re lntionls hetween I.I. ecmall.
try adIl the lUiteitl Stnt.s and had tua'.lwe'l
upole tle. feuture,. anuylng he forewsaw a pup:
uatlion itUUtlIJlltU for the U'llitedl S.ate
and 6(0i.U0I) for Brasil, and asked whls'
would then he their power. As to tbhl
Seonwnreas he hand, after a dimsusalon of the
s- matter. lakl Anmeria - land he acnlet al
V Amerrica -cwmdlltl clearly may to Eulm.e the
it AlN'ri'calnse were tryinig toI fe.al Anieriesasi
l (Iawen.aelvra. I Appla.ase". 1 the si~ml o'
all AIuwirklanl a',.s lie ime.. place. "I'awi
I. r*alhlaticlas acllel e.ulehulilijtim utl.n cdl. like
i. tinhe nll mtrea.suta oIf a grva.t tceltral vail
- ly. ualien iat larser a, at larger cearl.. uin
I till tIm. y uLhouel fnlw . atth.r like the ana
11 lltimsinsippi river. I Applaue.. I At I
l' o-k"-lI tusnigllt tIhey starte for Worocne
Af Sadie. KilIe1d.
Sr.A~rrLr.. Wah... Ik-t. 1. -A lent kirnm
il .aruemarl neawr Mounti Vernosel. kaglit
coutfly. Sunday nalight. that nssulkdL in the
killing of one I.adian and the m.riou
wotmlnding of another. The .awlrrranc.e
was on the farns of Henry Kesllka. whin
with leo. LYster. glas one of the parties ei
the affy. Ahoarfa o'clock p.m., an In.
dian. tat the young on of Keulalel who
was taking to mnarket half a don phes..
antsI. The Indian attacked the Iy asnd
took the pllhasants away finam hint. TIb
crie. of t I*a wars luardl by tihe father
who eamnn to tew rescue Sind gave. the In
dilts aa anoedl thrashisng. TlMe lalian th.t
left but returned about mkisnight with a
party of Indlians. They ilnnamdiateli
opemnedl fin *.en KetLhle'l house.. KesIluIle
with bli friend Lster. so well d.fenrdeel.
the place that ane lnedian was killed ta.
another woundled. The other Iandiana ar
Nlew At I karlharl I er41,s.
Uº: L MOINP. s. low(k·. (kI. . l'lw· lows
,.I4r.*n14* 4Ntart Iuma givenl a dkeatla-blow t
tI,. bitherto mrrwud riglhtm andl 1Wivi14We1
of "IUmrlarrl ;i rtieu. Tlsi Im nlhltsg it re
,ermed thu deg'/imdun of Judge Dll Stuar
of iws Mouw' r idistrict eutart in thwe .nnUki
cau. of flis State of Iowa vw. Royal Adaumam
anit in lb.. eourwe of an Lmtern..utiug kdeci
ion by Judge ltnthruek reads a lecture ti
eharlvari partkm which will have a whole
inrnw efe4t. Adams. was indlcted fo
murder in the fnrs degree for the aecrides
tat Lboot) of a person amucd Daring. i
namaher of a chart ari paity ronvmkted
mroamlauhter and uentemwu to the nul
,.-,-- LI-,,,,l r
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A Igeeme Steret Asn Ua e ip .
WAs.norowT . et. b.-Mr. Bensauli, a
mnechant of Tangier. Morocco, aecomn
panted by an interpreter. celed on Presi
dent Harrison today, and laid shefew him
his eomnplaint against William Reid
Lewis, United tates consul at Tangier,
for alleged fale imaprisonmeat two year
ago. The invemstigation a his ca r '
ualtl in his complete emoecration, m
he asks iatable repaation Ofur the Indil
lr and uaferia sendured bemuse of the
conmsus acts. PP _ t Harrrisoa t.k
himn a lnvestigation would be made, and
msat t lecretary Blane the papers e
To. .ypah... S .........
Sr. Loavu. Oct. a.-Tbe annual conves
tion of the Typobhetm of America. an a
.ocLatioe of master printers, caamen
heem oday with deleaes. persent froa
all parn of the Union. Among the ebie
qam*Yo:. to .e dicumeed Ha the - e
boSAr tI.. o labor and intonr
Loirnox. Oct. S-Frame.. Hodgeom fu..
nett. t autbarer., Is .gloudlVi AL Sb. it
Sfrm boc caused by the
o ofr d bar cart wbhle out wrving
A U~iI.s$ Amabrmib~ >.e WSd.ý
PAmas, Oct. 8.-The great sampbittwat
of the. mei of m ldicla. was dsetrev3s
hyr L. tmda.
JOCKEY CLAYTON THROWN.
Voob*sk% Rsellas. lum ismuka~. now bTo
CtxcsxxAv%, s. 5L.-Tb. m h as Los
Sam" was laol -mel. ibm siissdmum
-an and Sb. weasiher clear san veld. Tim
Tim sop o-lds and upward%% ublI.
('osaguwe. won. Katie M. secomd., Dutch
nmus third. Tim. 1 :10%.
Thrw-re-.ar-odek and upiwsnl., Ill-N 1utnile
-Re~nounce- won WarPl ermonei, Cbeis$
numt Wit.! third. ifsue 121R
Thrse-year-oldis asse upwardml, 18 16 muits
--4*'Ismm woes. Irish Dan u.'ond, Bonnie
King third. Times 1:23U4
Two-yreax-old. five ~Arloiffa-Ba53yls
wonl. H~efa ae'omi. mi!kae h
Thbreesam-ya amd upwars dmile . aid
three,.-:* enthe--IPrtune won. Logligh
seconl. ('anis third. Time 2. 54.
Kimball stakes. two-ye r o ols. is
turlong-Rosemoant won. Rilley seaond.
Goodhte third. Time. 1:1.
Monsua PAss, Ort. .-- King William
fell In the sisth rae to-day asd rolled
over on Jork ('layton. ('layton's injre.
es a "painfull hbt nut ne esrarIly meriouas.
King Willim limpedl to his stable.
priamters' stakes, five sal one-half fear
klungs- FPmlhm won. ('layton St.cktoan
mmened, ihnre. third. Time 107.
Thrweyr-okktw, a mile and one-eighth
('raksmua ww.n. Eric eacnd, Castaway
thind. Tinme 1t6:y4.
Fashkian stakes, two-year-old filis.,
three-suarters of a mike- - Luaes Blackbaur
woes, "P.rl let seconsd, Mltalo third.
Tine 1:1S 4.
Mile andl one-fourth--Hunt.ess w-n,
Frsnek second. Barreister third. Time 2:14.
Mile and one-siterenth -Voshurg won,
Larrmenont second, DUbt Evi.Ur third
Five fu --t hrgn wee Freem
Psid l tU'it thiredil. aTime Ils.
Joass PARK, Oct. 5.-The weather to
day was cold and the attendance mnall
The reords were:
th)-ee.el wp.s, Prince Edwar·
mseond,s third. Time 1:.40
Mkle asad ane-elthttwn ·trtrmGol
Keel won, Charlie Arnold secaord. True
Pelham hansdeaip two~reawokls th.ee
farth" mile BurUnuton won, the Wan Pal
colt secn, (lonre colt third. Tim
Mghf. anmd am iate..ntha King (r'ab
wwoaes. tene~ditife. mwoaud, LUtUl Mimech
thr.Tim.. 1: M.
im sfurongs, Rodent wm. Fitt Jatme.
frond.urtha third. Tint. 1:29.
Mil mid od Valt won. Metre.
tlm int.moel. 1kuimu t third. Tim.. 2iU
C vKL mAxn. (kp c -a-The Futurlty .take
raen' unedr the aenpinr of the NpnlfA
Tis. warn trotted hee tIda. The
cup valued at fIAW) and M7314 in cali
we-ltt to the. wineer. ,OSR Itn .e mqo . and
irt to third. Mam K.. C'allifonuia
rme pweentative. won In thr'e straight heata,
Palo Ah ou' n(.h. eond, Fortunate thirst
San Mata f·nrth. BR.! tin,. 2:2266
EN4GLAND'S DISASTROUS STORM.
The Agv.gmB. Lm..6 . Prperty WA 11111N
Losbd3. Act 3. -ThM uair i whic
rwerpt .crwr Kn Land and Ireland g.er
.lay me-lfit 14) have 141fl4 S a g.twin u iuu
amouInt of dlanmage". The regprtu of
.aa*,,altia"r e.'nn* in hourrly. zituil tre aggre
g1a14 l.ui. of IwcoSW'Vy will be enPtl4JfuN.
Se"veiaul lives. ae kiowt rto to tve bran
kuut. The. tE.14WtaIIt .rrvi.e I. hbdb
~ c'rippltd by the gakr i and rauin. D).
I j, know, to tuave. lq.g done In
.very county o fE k glamd and lr.Ias
SIriO4S injury ia sunutained toy many pees
uule wIwii hauaina have een wauck y.
Worn.. Whtkiwt Ahoes Worn..
1)gtvga. Col. (kOS. 1t.-Th. snsa.neet
ann.uaI eimn~nuw far the advamcnrenel oi
woslwu olnveined to1day. After a cral
suw.4Ing early In the naw~nlng. the regular
uruaiurn Iowan at 10:30 a. on. The order of
businesu was reading regmito by the vie
garemldless of the various .tate organis
tkeng and othler routine buliness. This
was followed by lh openinig address ol
the. prsldent, Mr. Jutli Ward Howe,
Puuiwm woere u by_ Mrs.. Luina Untou
of Mlinaseuta. es amass in Selense..'
and Mrs. Helena S. Sheik of Illinois uc
'Woaren. 1 Affairs." tr' pasr gpem wil
hb. re* and after addjournmaent a mp
tios. will he tendermd to the delegates bi
Mrs. Governr CLooper. There are abou
fity dekk~gaten present. representing a
A Ouflr te hia ..
? rw YiJHOK (kt. 9.--A guikl for the hen
..flt of tie" ('hitm. untmer the. aunpkces o
the St. Barthn*lnnlww's Kpiucopml churn
wan opiuenmed lust evenuing. I)r. Green. pun
for e.f thn eherunb. priesaiek43. andl 4ns tlm
pliatforKum wre- Ishrop Potter and Arcb
dea ( nt Maskay Soiaith. TiHm pursmne4. &
the guikl an explaimeal by Dr. Green art
to exten Christian felk.wship to the Chi
acame and teach Anwcreann to treat then
with ecrmoming auwioratiina. The mrn
are large and cneufortable and will i
open day and evening few the use of mene
b awl ~their frig nds. The wonr Is un
der the mtanageuant of John Thorne. am
Am-rican who war fur many year. ct
chant in China and Bare uap business t
dVEA D msr. to w pu maouai7 wore.
Vwmeuer ~aI riem...
Cincinnat - Cincinanati 10 Kammi
rlnaovo- n~waor. g Brooklyn 13
Gem eln ed at tb. end o1 Iheveth is
nine as ocasunt of dukrkass.
l.tusslvile--Lmwiw~iie a. St. Iaadub.
(o'LonL·vs: The Ashiseive faied to ar
riva' today pwlYt the railroad aeskdm
a hnadt Lwa suivena Io Coiambu by a
.core ofto 0
WwaDtusuo, D. C., Oct. e.-Durinag h
present week dhe tuasr dpstPwm.
has purhemsed at mtidataey perbts 4)0,00
oauncs of silver for ernaes into .landma
douse.. Of this amsomt 75.O0W ocs I
to he deiverd at the Nw Orenss miaL
upnowee thue Carlt. City maist, am
Iva A oaMND r I3e w w - auauwmui m
Chwesd Wtk Amtsp to nuimbe.
Lori mow, st. &--Captain Lawler. .1
the hat 3.vuu'utag was brousag bela.
mseitratis at Peawoutb today and
cbewed with an atteonpt to murder. Tb.
pri..mer was maed pemling recover
of the bi&f --.
Lastber Uinbh-epse i~a.. Avsm.
CUIcAoo. Oct. A-A. R. Peck, coa dr
Ial bookkspsr in the Cbiolo se.e of P
Laoillmd " Co.., ba disappeared. I li
etad ta bhe ba. Ordraieawa t a'I
mmwme to the eateat of severa thineai
deflb~ Y ·)(d·IJ~4~~
NEGROES SEE(K RVE
slowmoo b htoIMI
UWinRg.I N A6 M n
-m m w um UbmC
1Ellrr C. s, M. G&W n. - --e
kA*ma Cuyv. Oet. a.-TMhm lpwmin.
M~zkro, Mo., supmuimIr mumm t~ie barer o
Jobs Sevlaw~ij, Now. P. B. Ceml, .uM4~s
Mo'ssbr Rubaiq md Joh WuIghs row
Mtnd t-.4e with Their msatme. Mo
ugbt bhtwr.n a .clkk sad mld M .
The in ssorb cas. wow ssmwed
with d Itc . Tt. Tb. was urn. msc
edlv haceudisey . mmbJllwr atr~ midai
work in b btarn. f Cor. WPltwn and
Ur. MUinr. ThiM .temps to bug'. r
town i ppsed to .esuit trestro b. rrest
sand conviction Mest week 421 e~rne Mso n
hmevm at a bsaw of at o busrrbs. who are
boll..vd to be awysugs. 3515'.
police were put n gurard teb Tb.
citl.aam arc usaclzit over lb. or
mrremc.. of lis 1r and the .s plain
tale of lynern a b p neeudlaurims
tbe' be appebbde
THk LOTTERY TICKET.
wrt....O .ib Arr." Two Um t o
..r 3ug.r vtt .en wo o te l
D)3y wvr . (Ot. 5.-A. C. Juoaso nad
J. H. Dagd have bhee anm odb me
PomoAtcsIm pmcta PaLmn.. hba-wu
thei eetndrt.a * C.
Raos i C. whi pis o prar ' L i tii
firm. Thebir rsYealrblwb
Joharoon. This -Newel orgsrriar au
The eapl l prim wtr , a-wts t
*JubsId demuin .. ýýa . t
Tnb sl7X. Zpto pwis wa wP,
cents. Tb. eheunlae w
or to send to Ai. . ".
Denver. or J. H. Dapi
s-t and the woes .,Mdi he . mi
bhrr kith ank Mon Pe w. es hr Dsy
ins was or c preN toO.Te i
mn were takes before baattismleer
Braser who held thew in b5aU
whicb ibey furnished. Jehuem shim
that be bas nothiag to 4. wIth th su
only worksln for B at stembsmsd dal
I tar n a onth ddePInke that he .a
the malls arnd sa h cemses ass die
trlhuatu In the cb mn - sv sad
that as yet no have hess iamid
Yb. D.aug OeMB WI..6
Naw Toss, (kt. S-Chars. i-aan.
need ,4 a lueuarn tmpby .d the
Mahattan Eleelie Ligthtcat e .wa 5
.tastly killed this hftmooas while u.pmir
IM y a wise. Tb. ewer whisk
light empanpnk h In is cl, it. in whis h
may. that th..e ( cquent achisnto Oa
It Incumlunt upen the authesites, to
else every p~.wer cnubwvrsd uem *ssin to
em mpf~rt tiwe speed buwia of them. wves.
Tb.. musytpr~~opss t bri the .umset
hefnw the heard of electrical ..sIs4 toe
nu.wnw and noels that a r .gw ma
11am of eachb caupeaj be present.
CaeA.hao, (Oct. 8.-To.da~r m&
juroru were swore In to Iy thee. s
cae, ansking eight now ianerd. The
nen.. of the lset four su: Geere L
('rell, W. S. North. Henry D. WalkUr and
Frank Ellion. The deyese mued am
of their premrptora challangue, iendvga
but twelve to their seeuMt.
Dr. J. P. ('a, the vwetvinasn vm
Ihfrom whom DaRn Co.aUh tul d b hh-_
fast ho.rs some lame tie the Crenin
mearder, and who he as nmperteat
witness La the ('nesin eve, is L u rseip ef
nuneroas asmonmoyts esrs. threataig,
him with violence In the event of his to
New 4York Wt ta. m Five maM...
Nsw Yon., (let. 5.-The Reasm meea
mittl.e io the worlds fair oWumrnlesA w
day reported to the eamm e mat the
would guaraase the l nding of lve me -
lion dolnla to abow eanwss- that New
York was thoro.ghly In earst Is the
novement. The report wase ¶ bJ.
Pk .pons . Morlgn. Au tim .
"Vanderbilt. John H. Inmaus. siwlmD.
liahourk and J. Edwards Slammons.
S blIng White n. blled.
OLcWAWo. (let. IL-This unmoal. Charles
F. Orlrs who lived witb his motber, Mrs.
Mary King, shot sad klled her while
sleeping and then suicidel by cuedag his
tLuoat. (brie lefts anCte ayirg e wa
timre of living. and his mcther esuh uet
rt a without hims, he decided t neo
leersut y salso. After enias
tluosl OrrLs st down sad oad a
cigarete while he bled to dealh.
Passa, Oct. K-The mmrg
ervadie aa' ios he. he.. rw uw
turgd The Gaesbim Iem ivs* rn
Trhe .oerv e wweek"wm tis No
buagie t. obaaln a umblsa st* a-l
tuleIs. That ee is no haul. The
eo-eine ivm will mow
actios." The SWM (Oclemal) rihYU
Gen. heamec as gsd as deed.
Wha' new umuba
LA LI.AmA"TuD via Ga.Iwmome Oft-&
Tb. (Cental Ameuken CONGý 110 as-s
beld three mom.u.. Tb. i~kgumats -O
-og inn bemmi.ouat & eand w ft
ward Conp~i aii listo ardIeles Im
Nowak Vakima% OPIPIMY
KrOUAMB lFALLS, WMAb., OWL. IL-2%
Re.n.w =we this xerth yakimm Go 0
stt capital received a~a~c
votes. meeving siahs .stw vote of
3gvm. comunW. abmwI ft to be The "u1:
ni ii. amoo r b Lm
Daunum. Occ AL-Tbe mbb
awriv" at RUA to-daW.UE--P
save a baumqme ot ýGwa40lm
WASEMMMON. OWL. &-21. Oppa
pea~ CaiU . Dwmh. mawb