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I-NELIUERBDBY CXRRIOR XT^^^Ml DOLLXR PER MONTH.
PET XDUBRTISINC BKT1S^JIT THB ^USlNtlSOFPIC*.
ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER is 1889.
BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. KcDONKLD
KUKUKONURNTIHT.^^mm ovm Jot. ruTKRK iu.
F.In ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM.
onHecood street, St. .lean RuikllnK-^Office on First St.. In St. Jnui llulldlnK.^Hours: ^ to 12 A. M.. 3 to 6 him! 7 to 9 I'.M.
POLICK MAIilSTHUK, Jl'HTU K OK THE^I'F.ACl*.. NOTARY 1*1'ltl.lt', ION-^VRYANC F.K. ^^'.
SHEWAS A FLOWER GIRL
Howthe Wife of t College President^Once Sold Boqiets.
HAKHKTA JAI KKV H srnlir.,
I.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Practiceslu all of the State ami United Stale*^courts. Collect Ions promptly made Sis-rial at^^tention aiven to Mining; Properties and Mining^|jtw. Real Kstatc. Loans and Insurance. Prop^^erty Rented and Kent* Collected. Office risiins^3 and 4 M;itlie block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont.
F.P. CHRISMAN, D. D. S.^Office. First fttreet Between Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana.
TKKTHKXTHACTKU WITHOl'T VA1S^by a new process. All classes of Dental Work^executed in first class manner.
Teetb Without Plates.
Attorneyat I-aw.^la Barrett ^ Jacky's Block. Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana.
officein Barrett A Jacky block Residence on
nndstreet west, opposite Montana Hotel.^Is promptly attended to. tiraduate of^Louts Medical College.
DRS.MITCHELL fit SNYDER,^RNRCONDR HOSPITAL,
(Nextto Montana Hotel.)^ANACONDA - MONTANA
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
F1TZPATHICK d^ ASi'USli.
REAL.ESTATE 8l INSURANCE ACTS.
MiningRjglwrs.Collertors and Conveyancer*.
PH.BEST BEER H ALL
TlieRest Brand* of l.i^|uor^ and finals in the
ThurstonBlock, Corner Cedar and
Hunsinger,Barrett 4 Burnett,
Wholesaleand Retail Butchers.
FamilySupplies a Specialty.^All Orders Delivered Free of Charge,^^hop on First Street- Anaionoa
(Ol'I'OSITKTHK ban K)
MAKhSASl'KClALTY OFF1SK CIUAIiS
DOMRHriC.IMPOttTRU and K KV WKST.
TheBF.KT and CHF.APF.ST place In J he city of^Butte to Purchase BOOTS and HHOhS^is at the HOLD BOOT,
t Went Park St.
Her Father's Kstates CoslMSlnl^Afterwards Knloml Ho* tat* Rum-^ante Mao RfnilM-Kntomlla^Her Kichtful Position.
NkwYokk, Oct. 14. - The bjbmjb] of the^opening of Burtiurd college, which mem^^orialises tin* name of tin- late president of^Columbia i-ollogc, n-culls u pretty littls*^roimillet' of Ioiik ugo. Two score years^ugo, '^^ Dayton. ^^.. the custom prevailed^of holding market days Ht-verttl times a^week. There were extensive ^market^houses,^ the roof* of whieli projected six^or eight feet and ufTordcd u shelter^Is-nciith which tin- fanners ami gardeners^displayed their produce for sale. Along^oik' end of tin- market-house ran^;i principal thoroughfare, Irav-^cleddaily by tin- hiis'ncss
andprofessional men of the town. One^soft, sunshiny spring morning there up-
tiearetlat tlx- market house a flower xriel^toiiipicts. The girl wus young and chnrui-^iug uml s|s^kc with a pretty French ac^^cent. The first young limn who passeil^tliat way bought it l-outpiot. Kvery one^who followed dial likewise. In an hour^the llrwt Mower wile that had ever taken^place in Dayton was ended, tin- Htock sold^out, anil the fair vender disup|woi*ed. Fur^two seasons tile Hover girl lit up tin-dingy^timrket house by her bright presence, t ^iic^^luy she wu* gone. From that time tlw^plu.-o kliew her no more. Years ufter one^of the young ladies who hud been a pat^^ron of the fair Mower-seller was in New^York shopping in Dctiiiihg's, or, us it was^known then, SU'Wiirt's. A stranger^approiiched, and. greeting her by her^maiden name, expressed liiueh pleasure^at the nieetillK. ami empiired for Dayton^people. ^Doubtless you have forgot tell
me,Huid the stranger, ^but you used to^l)Ny my flowers ill the m trkct-hotisc.^That was long ugo. I live here now. I^am married. Here is luy curd.^ It Isiro^the iiauie of the wife of President Bur-^nartl. She subsequently explained that^her father wus a wealthy Frenchman, but^for political reusons was exiled autl bis^estates eon llscatetl. He came to America^mid drifted to Dayton, where bis daughter^assisted him in making a living by selling^bompiets. Later his estates were re-tored,^and with his daughter be returned to the^east and to the high scs-ial |Mmitiou they^once occupied.
TALMAGES CHURCH BURNED
t-'orIlie Vt'i iiliil Time tile Itrottk I^ n Teller^llilclc is ill Itllills.
NkwYoick, ^ let. 14.- The famous Itrook-^lyn tohernuclc, of which Rev. DeWitt Tul-^mage, D. I)., is pastor, has Uecti for the^second time in its history, totally destroy^^ed by lire. At 2:15 o'clock this morning a^policeman discovered Monies issuing from^the small windows ovorthe main entrance^and sent in an alarm. Soon after the liri-^nieii arrived it Is-cumo evident that the^editlce was doomed. It liuriied like a^tindcr-ltox. and tin- tlreineii ilespairiug of^saving it. directed their c Moris to the ad^^joining property. Many of the occupants^of the ticighlstring dwellings were already^uweke, and the police proceeded to arouse^those who Were sleeping.
Twoliuildiugs on the east side and two^on th^* west side were destroyed, ami a^^ iiiiiiImt sf buildings across the street from^the taliertiucle were badly damaged. Resi^^dents of the nciglilmrho-:si wen-awakened^and rushed out, ami an enormous crowd^viewed the tire. In iiImmi! an hour the^tnhcrnacle was a complete wrack. The^loss on the church including organ ami^furniture is *1.V^,^^^^,covered l^y insurance.^The loss on adjacent buildings is perhaps^ten thoiisund more.
Theorigin of the lire is a mystery, but^the theory is that during the thunder^storm last night, lightning entered on the^adoctric light wires and set tire to Un^^building.
DlMssdOssMla Market TsIsm the^New York Rirhssg*.
NewYokk. Oct. 14. The stock market^waa exceptionally feverish, unsettled and^ill portions weak to-day. altiwMigh the gen^^eral run of railway stocks were well sup-^ported autl a few displayed uiicx|s-ctcd^strength. The market continued feverish^and unsettled the entire day and flnally^cloeed rattier heavy, though final prices^were fractionally higher than Saturday,^in all but a few instances. Atchison is up^:^^^. Jersey Central 2 ami ('. ^'. C. * I. \H-
Governmentswere dull but steady.
PetroleumoiM-iied steaily at lis^ ^c, and^iifter a slight advance the ninrkct Is-cumo^ipiiet ami remained so till the close which^was steady at !*i-'4e. St.s k exchange^oiieiiiiig at 1K*J4, highest !H*t-4, lowest W/t,^closing ;^''4. Consolidated exchange^opening at Ull^. highest llll'i. lowest^closing'.^S*',. Total sales were 45t^,Ot*^ Isir-^rels.
Theclo-ing quotations wen*:^C S. 4'^ registered '.*^^^ V P. ITefcrnil.
BIGDEMAND FOR SILVER
RadktlChuget in the Views of Trees-^try ODclals on the Qnestlon.
TO'|^Kl 'i^M ;
NortllWeslel'll.Preferre.1.. ..^V Y. Central^Orcjcon Impiii't^Oregon Nut g*K.^Traiist outineiital^Pin ittc Mail^IteadillK-^KiM'k Islaiitl.^Nt. Paul^Texas Pachic.^t aiaaj Piicitle
I'llltedStates Rx,^Faruo K- press^Western I'llloll^Mil n l ..Hon Oil
.. s. 4','s lag
t. S. 4*i's eoll|N^u.
AmericanKxpress^Can. fwsV^Can. Southern^t cut nil I'ae^BurPn^tiHi^I jukaaanna^Isnver K. K. U.
Lntsfa,A. Nash.^Mii'hiKan I ^ nlr:il^MisMiuri Pacific.^Niirthein Paeitle.
Motleyon call* easy at .^^^^ 7c. Closed^offered atPrime mercantile papi-r at
hyt*i~cSterling exchange ipiiet anil^steady; sixty day bills, ^t.MJ'i, deimiml^$4.k-_^^.
Mining^iuot.itions ns follows:
'.'ml). R. K. ^b Miller
iSS Mt. Diahlo.
.. I Mil.II IO
:ion Sieriii Ncvadn^.. Small Hopes
1 V nioii fon
bVi Ward t '^ii
IM Yellow .l.teket
Bestand Belehcr^Caldonia, B. II.^^'hollar ...
ColoradoOn.^Coll. Cal. and Y'a.^Caiuula Par
HostolistiM'ks as follows:
Ath.Tok. 1st 7's !^ Mcx.Cen. Com^^ IikI unit ^ 1 onIsitnl scrip
railroad:is'^ ^ 1st M.u. ltd
Biirtiiigtonh'. sun IMaga
(op|sT imelianged; 1-ike, t ictols r
$U).K5. Lead, utiiet. tt mi. domestic snI.'.si
Tin,ipiiet and tli-m. Straits sjn.i,;,.
tSO^34 SO^:i in^I to^:i on^l no^no
MOURNiNGFOR THE WRONG MAN
F.II. Shaw, Proprietor.
MAINSTREET,^Anaconda, . - - ^ Montana.
WarmSpring Livery Stable.
LANDAUS.BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
JFINE NEW HEARSE.
Our-SADDLEHORSES for I-idles and Cents^are the Finest in tbe new State.
CHAS.W. FRENCH. Proprietor.
Firststreet. West of Main, Anaconda, Moot.
UNDERTAKINGAND ALL ITS BRANCHES.
glrstStreet East,Anaconda. Moot.
OnFront Street, Anaconda.
+7*. J. BLIX +
iprepared to conduct a first-class hotel,^but white help employed.
FirstClass Board and Lodging^XM per day. Reasonable Rates tor weak
HuttePolice Records Locked
Specialto the Standard.
Hl'ITK,Oct. ML The |M^lice^were kept locked up uifain to-day^police refused all information reg;ir^ling^who has Im-cii arresliil or for what ofTense.^This state of things is owing to the in^^structions of City Marshal Me Arthur, who^lock- up tin' Insiks, refuses to let the pul^-^lic see them, ami has instriicteil his men,^under |h-nalty, to hold no convers.ition^with reporters. Mr. Mi-Arthur also, this^afternoon, threatened to whip every re-^|M^rter be mot. It seems the^marshal diss not approve of^the publication of stories alsuit any^case where criminals prove sii|^ rior in^wit to the heads of the police force ami get^away. He disapproves of publication when^criminals are caught by him. The opinion^is prevalent that if the city marshal would^use one-half tin' sagacity ami skill in hunt^^ing down criminal- that he iIih'h in lock^^ing up the police records and Mghting re^^porters there would Is^ more criminals^punished and less crime committed in the^city of Butte, for what lM-tweeti keeping^wi tch of tbe reporters and of the private^life of some members of the city council,^McArtuur has but little time left to attend^to the business for which he is paid by tbe^people of Butte.
TtieLatest In the C'runln Case.^Chica^;o, Oct. 14. An indictment was^returned by the grand jury this afternoon^in a Joint bill against J. Oruhnui, Mark^Solomon. Alexander L. Hanks ami Fr^sl^M. Smith. After making the return the^jury adjourned until to-morrow. But little^information alsnit Orabam could be pro^^cured at fie oHIce of luwyi r Trude. where^Grahuni lias a desk. He bus lieen cm-^ployed there 13 or 14 years. ^ Mher oeeu-^pauts of tin- office were surprisiil to hear^of his connection with the case. It was^learned this evening that Graham is the^suppose! 1 ^prominent citisen^ whose^mysterious arrest last night gave rise to so^many surmises. He gave l^omU in f 10.0U0^and waa released.'
Hateof Thoroughbred*. V***^
JekomePark, Oct, 14. ^Col. ^-^u.Dt^Bruce to-day sold eighteen thoroughbreds^at auction in the paddock. Come to Taw^was the feature of the sale ami the ls-st of
rices were otitainod. Kntiocas, eh. c. by^mines, ti. Williams. 91,.VU^. Preakm-ss^stables. Larx-^-inotit, b. g. by I^oiigfelh ^w,^Ci. Willtaum. $2.4u0. Ch. g. by Long Taw.^VV. G. Smith. $1,583. Uncle Bob, b. g.. by^Bla^-kburn, Uwyer Bros., $4.ou^. Ceege to^Taw. b. c. by Long Taw, Hough Bros.,^flO.lUu. Ktruria, b. f. by Lcotitius Apple-^bloesoin, *1.50u.
pliiK Relatives I iinfnuilril by^1 liouulit lleail mill Itori.-il.
1*1111.\ liKI.I'll 1 A, Pa., i let. 14. Patrick^Grogati who had ls-i-n employed for a^iuuiiIm r of years in the ca|Hteity of en^^gineer in the Dclcwarc state almshouse,^was re|M^rted killed by the explo-ioii of a^boiler in that in-titutiou.
IIis nephews, tie. epja in id .lames (iroga ii^who live at BM Ludlow street, this city,^wen- not,ited and repaired to Sow Castle.^A coroner .mil jury was summoned and^the vordiei w.ts that Patrick tirogaii eSMBMI^to his ilea'll from tin- elf eels of wound-^received by the explosion of a boiler in^th^- state almshouse.
Afterthe imp lest the Issly was im-^nu-diately taken to a house in YVilmiiig-^toll. An old-fi.shiom d Irish wake was^Ill-Id. The funeral t^s^k place from St.^Mary's Catholic church. Patrick had^property, mostly real estate, worth H.iml^An ailuiiuistrator was apisiinteil nmrtlie^pi-o|M'i-ty sold. Just as the ailmmistrator^was olsmt to ilistribute the money among^the heirs Patrick him-elf uppeannl ami^biidly frightened his friends. He ex^^plained that he went to Y'irgiiiia on a^hunting trip. I.-ft a pauper to run the^almshouse engine, and provided the |wiu-^|n-r with his own working eloth^-s to wear^in the engine room. It was the pau|s r^who Wits killed ami mutilated by the ex^^plosion, ami whoso Issly was given such a^splendid burial by Patrick's weeping rela^^tives.
t'burehMis^ioii^ In the West.
Ni:wY'uKK, ^ ^^-t. 14. Tin- missionary^meeting of the lipiseopitl church Is-gaii at^ti.Min to-clay. Rev. Diiuiel l^'onanl, bishop^of Nevada ami Utah, spoke of the decad^^ence of Nevada ami how the population |^had fallen under forty thousand. In I tali I^the Mormon uuostioli was far from Is-iug I^sctth-d. When he llrst wi-nt then- ho^thoui;ht he knew something ulsmt it, but^now, after years of work, lie confe-ned^that it ptiMled him. Ib-v.Jolm Mills, mis^^sionary to New Mi-xieo ami Arizona. ^m*-^elipitHl the gri-ati-r portion of his time de^^scribing tin- appearance of his diocese and^the necessity of irrigation. Many of his^constituents were Mexicans ami Indians,^who could not lie reached through the^Knglish language. He thought Is-fore^iilore motley wus speerl ill building^churches new men should Is- sent into the^lb-Id. Five native missionaries were^needed. The Indian- were but little ls-t-^terthau Pagans.
TheWork of tihouls.^Ciim iiki), Oct. 14. Yesti-nluy afu-rmsiii^while utteiifling a burial at sleepy Hollow^cemetery, one gentleman discovered that^tlu- grave of Kulph Waldo Emerson had^Ik en disturls-d. The authorities were at^once untitled and found that the grave^hud been ^^|m-ii^i1 on Satunluy night, cx-^^Kwing the eusket. Whether the rematns^liuil Deaai taken is not known at present,^as the authorities are nwuiting the return^of Dr. la 1 ward F.mersou. The philosopher's^son telcgruis*d for u watch at once to Is-^placed at the grave, hut the general opin^^ion here is that the miscreants uccoio|^-^lishcd thi ir object and uri-uriil at least the^skull, which was proliuhly what they win-^after. Croat indignation prevails.
Molethe Kellef Mupplles.
H|ieclalto the Standard.
SpokaneFalls, Oct. 14. Councilman^Duetier was to-day held inImiiiiI f..r
up|s'urulicchoforc the graml jury on the^chargi: of stealing provisions from the^relief tent after the flr^-. Two COIIIIcillucll^and one polici-man have Is-eii Is.und over^for this offense.
Thet'ertlneases Are Kuaalna: Mhort and '^the Prospects Are Thsl More^Coinage Must He Hssl^Itefore I ^^^^^.
Clinxt.ii, I h-t. 14. A s|h-oi.il from Wash^^ington says: Much interest bus Is-cu ex- j^^-it^sl ln-re mil in New York over the sul^-
jeelof the |H^licy of the aillllilli-t 1'iltioll ns^to silver coinage l^^ the report published^this iiioruiiig e^biit it was likely the^monthly purchase of bullion would kg in-^ere.is. d at least telll|H^ral ily from two to^four millions a month. Thoee w ho should^know most about it say it is not at all^peabuble that ^yi. pn-sent status will Is-^ilisturls-il uiih-ss e.mgress so din-cl-: that ^^llotuitlistaiid'iig the law provides there^shall Is- c-V^^ ^.^^^^ coilMHj uioiillily.^tins uiiKMint uuiy, at the discretion of the^secretary of the treasury. !^^ incr iis^-,|^to MJHa^asTal a month. S.s'.-etarv^Wiiuloin is di-iiiclim-il to ehuugi*^the present isolii \ and will h ave it at I^^.'.1 *m^.i*s^ in Jffie absence of further eon- t^urc .sieiiiil iTn-ction. ^ Kngress w ill Is- in^gegakiti in ttbotil s^^veii wiaek-. niul ul- \^though the dV'iiiiiml for-ilver certdl.'.ites. |^which arc issued of the denominations of j^one ami two .itrtllars and upwards is in- |^creasing, ami tin- supply as tin- busy m-u- I^son appr.Klein s das is iises, t oiigrcs- wi II |^have all op|s^i Uatnty to take action before i^any im-ouvi-iiii-m-e to couiiiicrcial ein*lea ]^is lldliet.-d. Ill tin- under strata of |the j^Treasury Ih partin. in an impression ex^^ists, however, that circumstances peaM to |^tin' lieeessify of iuerc.ising the nioiitldy I^coi'iiigi- ami issue of cert ideates. A i^truu-ui-y oHh-ial saiil to-duy: ^Tin- whole '^st i^ry of silver can Is- found in the^trCasury stateim-nt showing tin- comli-^tion of our silver. By it we see thut^the net standard silver in the Treas^^ury in July. ism;, was *!^4,tai'tKM)^in round mimlM'rs. In July, lss7, it was ',^fti7.iaai.ntsi. In July. Iw. it wus #4:* taai.tio.^In July, IKK.I. it wus tCl.tHsMMl, and on^Octols-r loth it wus but s a i.i ^ a I. Th.-se^eoiiipiirisous show that it is but u tpicstiou^of a few months when tbe demand for^silver certificates will be greater than the^supply. W hutwnevv laedolie with i-ongra-sa^wii'Iom- upon us cannot Is- said; but that^something w'ilL hnvc to ls^ ilotie is ch'itr.
Thebusiness of thuiitrv is bri-k it
thisseiison of tin- year and tin- |M-oplc^must linve more for tin- eireiiliiting me-^diiini.
Thisiuum-iise output of silvorcurrem-y^i-nii Is- ;ici-oiiutcil log in port by tin* it tiee-^iii.in of iiiitioiial hank i-ireuliition. Tlo-^mnioiial Dsttsks do not furnish the circula^^tion needed be^ Uiiiintry, and as the
goVcriilllellti- i-iilh-d upon to do so it^meet- the ileniaiul by sssstlsig silver err-^tith-iiti-s of-mull ih'ii. .iniiiiitioiis. siippl-,-^iiu; tbe loss of national batK-k iiot. s and^moc'ting the i-e.piireineuls of .cade. There^is no doubt in my mind that the situations^point clearly to km immediate pfi-epis I of
KMillel-Cii-el I pllrehilse of silver to meet
tin* actual want- of the country.
Tin-view of ii treasury ottl. i.il on the^silver i-iie-tioii -hows the roilii-iil cli.inge^whii-li hiis taken place on this subject m^i tinom-ial or Ireasnry cireles, e here not^i threa* yi-ara ago tlu-re wus KM uppc.il ui.nh-^1o i-oligress f.^r ri-li*-f from the continued^I i'oiupulsory eoimigi^. VVhitti-i er tin- action^j limy Is- by either the li e.i-iuy ileparliueiit^| or eoligre-- during the next -ix month- or^year, it will tend to enlarge rather than^cniitruct thy circulating medium so thut^tin- outlook is favorable for even an^easier money market than we have at^present.
THECHINESE IN CANADA
TheTsxsflMsHsad ste Celestials Crea^^ting Anlsel) .
OTTOWA.Out.. I H-t.14. There is strong^probability thut Great Britiuu hus brought^pressure to bear H|^.n tin- Canadian^Government for tlw purpostc of inducing ^^th^- abandonment of tin- policy of taxing^Chinese parties entering this issintry.
Thepresent law is thut every Chlimrimli '^oil entering Camilla must pay u tux of tall.^This regulation is, of course irritating to^the Chim-se government ami. us is KtafJ^known, they threaten to retaliate on Grout !^Britirn for tin* act of h^ r colony. t.rcut^Hritiaii bus vust interest- in the lluwi-ry I^lands, an.I to avoid sulL-ring vicariously^for tin- sins of t'auuila she is i*iiil^*iivormg j^to gt^t the *.vi tax abrogated.
Hon.F. Dewduei, minister of the inter- I^ior, s|s-uking in Hritish f'nltsssihia. will i a i^th^- selitiui.-ut .ig.iiii-t tin- Chines.* |a (^-troug. put out n f.-eh r to si-e how the^proposal to abandon t'^. tax would Is- re-^. ^ ivisl there. llaptani M. K. ^ la^-oli.^eoluuiiiuder of the roast guard of the Chi-^ii. -t- navy, urrivisl in this eity to-night oil^his wuy b.i.-k to hi- po-t from K visit to^F.ngl iml. lb- said there was no doubt^thut tin- Chinese government felt very^-ore aguillst both Canada and the I'nit. d^Stales for their treatment of tin- Chinu-^RtJKat, I' ildiiiii i lay-on is an laigli-liniali^and was formerly in the British navy us^were many ollh-crs ^,f the t hiue-e th-^ t.^W hct her ( hina would take active im-a ^^iiri-s to retaliate uguiust taKHM he was not^at liberty to say.
Sin-diw-s not appreciate her own^strength, said Captain fluwson. It is^simply enormous. Tin- army ami navy^ur,-1s tter drilh-d ami ispiipissl than th.-^outsule world has any idea of, and an- Is ^^coming more |n-rfc^-t all the time. For^^eign officers nre to Is- found in nil^brunches of the service. Her ri-s.Min-.-s of^men and money are seemingly uiilimitisl.^Lugluuil has liea-oim* aw.in- of this uml is^making strenuous endeavor to remove tin-^only cause of ipuirrel thut existed.
Howa Wealthy law Tort Boy Baton.^Ii Loodoa.
AW H; Tfc CAP OUTRAGE
The Tie a Kespet-tahle Man l^ a^Whip Hint Insensible
I'akimimiai.k,l*u.. IM. 14. l b.^of Kiish is highly iiiceiu c.l over t^assault committed a few duys ugo^legod white cups on David Snyile
v11 lag. -^brutal^by ul-^-. a n-
AHerHsilsi a ttay Time la^tarns te London aSMt
Womanmt Knlher ahssty^Hrs illation.
LiiMihn,tK't. 14. The matrimonial I^lcidcsco|m- hus Is'.-n reversed. . This ti^it is not tin- rich A merit an girl who^ma ried a foreigner with a title, but a lie-^i-MM-dly dec I a-s^. I.ondoii woman who haw^.ill it ii red tin- niiK-teeii-y.-nr-old sou of a^wiiilthy New Yorker. In the populous^pari-h of Chelsea, wh.-re lorlii-s of more^than doubtful reputation find tln ir alssle,^St. Luk.-'s church is u conspicuous hand-^mark. At noon on tin- lMhof August lust,^a Is.y. iici-omti .iiusl by a young^woman who was obvioii-ly some years his^-eiiior. -to...l ts-fore tin- iilL.r ami were^mail*- KMMi uml wife. They pr.sluee^i a^li^*s-us^- rcgiilurly ^-.-rtiM.-.l ami legally^-worn to in tin- it'M-tor's eomuiotis. The^t i-r, loony wa- |m-rformeal by the eiiriate,^Ki-v. Mr. Harrington. As the yung cou-
: paB W ere 11lliiceompall it-d by H'itni-lnen
|they called in KolsTt Alds-y.-extori of the^i church, i^tid t lara Seurle, out- of the scrub^! women of tin- -.1. re. I ,slitice to act as wit*^; nt-s-t s. After the ceremony they made^tin- following entries in tin- |s%risb regis-^! ter: ^Shertiiiin Martin, uged I'.i, beelielor,^is-ciiputioii. gentlemen, father. Bradley^Martin, resilience. New York, .s-cupatioli.
gelltl.Illilll Weill led to All,. Annie Nullll,
aged-I. -pinster. father. Willium Nimn,^ile.-eus.-tl.
Tin-Kaassjae aras obtained from officials^on tin- strength of a spurious dis|iutcb^from Martin'- father which read: ^Yon^have my full |^^rmisaion to marry.^^1-ogiiodi ^Martin.
Soung Shermuii Martin has ts eti ttuving^a very gay time Isith here anil in Paris for^the past your. He has been left pretty^much to Inm-elf. though nominally under^the charge of a tutor who had absolutely^no control over him. The family are of^blue bhssl ami largo we tilth. Tin- came^looks like another of the bay Hamilton^! kind.
s|si-tublecitiaetl. Mr. Snyder says:^^Alsuit 0 o'clock ill the evening I wus^-landing ill the rouil ill front of the hotel^when four men di-gui-cil threw u ro|m-^nroimd me ami dragged me down to tin-^bridge. ^ til the bridge were three or four^more moll disguised, who joined the llrst^party. I got loose from the ro|s- ami^tried to ilefeud myself, for I thought^they were going to kill me. They^then threw* me down uiul stuui|^cd on ntc.^They tis^l, oil my trousers and dragged^me over n fence into u lot. ami Msg] me to^^ tree, saying they were White t 'aps. ami^if I mild*- any noise they would kdl me.
Tiny then oril**istl ten stri|s-^ which^they gave Rae. Then they ordered fifteen^more, utiich they gave inc. 1 Is-ggetl^them to kill me. I Ilev whipped tile until^1 was ins.-iisible, am I left me lied ton
tree. Wlu-tl I calm- t.Ml thev Were gone.
IhalhsM-^1, and Isuiuh lluin* i-ame to me^and took gjaB honn-.
Sn.vderwas black and blue from his^ankle- to his -hoiihlcr-, and agj hi- h-g-
Werecuts III the ll.'-li ftstm two to tell
incheslong. 'I lie all air has caused .1 sen^^sation. So arrest- hale !m*cU made.
H.SStDTHt bTARS AND
ROUGHON THE t D' TOR
lMumotIvt* Knglneers al l^euver.
Dt.nvku,Colo., Oct. 14. Fifty delegates^to the National Locomotive Engineer*^convention which fp'ommence* I en- Wed^^nesday arrived hen- to-day. Chief Arthur^uml First Gruud Engineer Gruhuni with^other officers are ex|s.-eu-l in the morning.
HalfItreett Henats I'lay Havoc With a |^l-ow t\ ow Near t.ullirle.
GCIIIUIK,I. 'I'..Oct. II. W. i^. Thoni|i-^-on, editor of the ttiitbrie And/ .Ves-s uml^attorney for the Iowa Indians returned to-
dayufter having evp. ru 111 outrageous
treatment at the tilts- reservation. He !^went there last Wednesday with two inter- ^^pret^-rs in hi- capacity as attorney for tbe I^lowas to eousiiuiute a plan for the re^^moval tif that tills' of so KaaesTsKe from ^^their rt-serviition in-ur ttiithrit* to that of I^^ Mia*, all the prelimitiurii-H for the trulisfer 1^having Is-eii previou-ly urrangeil. A 1^pow wow was in full progress^when ii piirty of half I.reed scouts^hostile to the pro-io-cd removal made an I^attack ii|s^u tin* counsel. The iutcrprc-^lers took to tin* wissl- anil Thump-on i^managed to rt-ueh Hed U^s*k station, i^I here hi* was discovcrid by the piu--iuiig^OvKO scout-, iv ho at tlic|siiiit of the mil ^^ket iiiurcheil him to the agent's bouse, ^^where he was examined. He was Illlully^allowi il to go iifter Is-iug r^'fu-cil foiMl^.Hid shelter. Ullll wa- obligcil to Wiilk to^the nearest station. This treatment i- KVJja. '^posed to hove Ih en dietiited by the fear^that be would Is- instrumental in causing^till* OaKOB to eoliselit to the opening of j^their lumls to settlement.
NiAiiAHAFalls, i h-i, 14. Tlw iiiteruu-^tiolial Alllcrieutl tourists were driven to^various |s^iuts of interest alstut the fall-^yestcrduy. The tluy wus clouily uml so^cold thut no long steps were made. The^party boarded the ^Maid of the Mist^ and^wore taken ns close to the cataract us tin*^steamer dared to go. Tbe afternoon was^s|s-nt in driving on the Canadian side, the^piirty bringing up at the Clifton house,^where a l^am|tict was given in honor of^tin- guests by Lrustua W Iman. Many in^^formal b|^ii Ih ^ were made, ami at a late^hour the party turned to the Cataract
house,where they s|m*tlt the night.
TbeIndian la Polities.
WAHHINtiTUil,fh*t. 14. The Indian us a '^politicul factor is likely in the near future ,^to attract public attention. By a recent^act of congress every Indian -1 years of I^age receive an allotment of laud in sev^^eralty anil Iss-omcs a voter. The success- j^fill termination of negotiations with tlw ,^Sioux Indians next year throws into tho^state 4,'.I37 voters. Negotiations now ill j^progress will so. in make muiiy more. At^tbe interior department it is thought that^upward-of jo.tiai Indians w ill Is- entitled^to vote at the next presidential election.
Ila^- 11*11 Yesterday.
AtCincinnati Cincinnati 1. St. UoKng ^^At Louisville Kansas City 7. Louis^^ville 5.
AtPhiludclwhiu Baltimore 3. Athle^^tic 13.
AtColumbus -Columbus 1. Brooklyn O.
tin. i,go KeaagefaKi t\ to* n.-c.i in
(TMOAseOsOaJd Mi When the -tars and^stripes were i-iii-ed at the socialistic meet^^ing liere this aftermsui tin* Mug wua^greeted with hi--e-. There were prtdsil.lv^u thoiisnml men ami wonieti in the hall.^The 11.inner wa- brought out by the janitor^who fastened it so that the folds of the^Hug fell ut the feet of those w ho were to^Is- speakers, and us he did mi the hissing^increased in volume.
Thered II. ig wus then un^^furled and fastened on the o|e^|s^site side of the platform. Immediately^tht* hissing ceased uml was siieceetleil by^ii loud burst of applause. After this dem^^onstration the New York socialist, Shcv-^itsch, math* a violent s|M*ecli, parts of^which were loudly applauded. lb- was^proud of Chicago, the city in which the^iiiurchi-ts were hanged, Is'coiisc he f. It
thatone BKt| it would^city of the revolution-.
fill^ll-. olltelit isslnould
ofthe lalsiriTs, ami it^to think that the rev.^soon hurst forth will Is*
Is* the Paris, tl^of America. Aw-^eriug ill the hearts^Is useless olid idle^'lutinii which will
A Nol.lt'oiaii's t rloit .
l:iHMUIt... t let. 1 1. I'.iirl t.allow.i^ was^arraigned this morning nt Dumfries on^charge- of having mailt- nil indecent us-^! suult ll|s^u ii child. The court Was^[ crowihtl with tin* h ailing people of the^community. The little girl gave testi^^mony in regard to the nature of the earl's^, otl'eiise and her tt'-tiuioiiy was cormlss^I rat.il by other witnesses. A statement^| pro|sired by defendant wus then read in^w hich explanation was made that no in-^I tt-iitioiiul ..tl. use wus committetl. In^' helping the child olT u wall his ban.I had^j uccidciitully come into impro|tcr coiitnct^| with Kag paggoah The case is not yet ^h
'Front tin* It*.-t..ii Transcrtirt.
Itwas observed at West Point Thurstlay^thut General Sherman's eyes were full of^tears. Possibly he wept Is-cu use the lutml^would play ^Marching Through Georuiu.^^, Some years ugo the general ut tended a^; guy uml festive occusioii ut which hun^^dreds of school children witved little Mugs^| and sang ^Marching Through Georgia.
Winners at Ciarlaaatl and^^lerttme Park.^ONi'iN n \ 11, Oct. 14. The truck waa^g...sl, but tin- attendance small to-day.^The weather was cohl. Tbe results were:^Maiden Mllics two-y cur-old, eleven-^sixteenths mile Cecil U. won. Flyer see-^uiiil, Liiiily S. third. Time I:'-'1V^.
Maidenthret-yeur-tdils, '4 mile Marion^C. won. War Peuk second, K-ter Star^third. Time 1 iHK.
Two-yeur-oldmuideii eolts iitnl y^*ae-^ling-, ^^ furlongs ('oleum- won. Prince^Albert second. Bullyuieude thir-il. Time^I :ia.^ ..
Allage-, mih* Bettina won, Princ-cne^II. aaapoaMsi Kegeiia third. Tumi \ :t^.
I'lini^. oi*-oli!s and upwarils, tl.ineen-^sixtts'iiths mil-- t hestiiut Bell won, Kate^S. second. Leo Hi'igt lt third. Time 1 :'Jf^i^t-
Tluee-yeur-tddsand upwards, thirteeu-^sixtccnth- mile Littoral sou. Fred^\\ o..h v second, iiiieklot third. Time^1 -IT.
Jl.lii.Ml.I'uik, I let. II. The attendance^to-day was but Pal) and the track wavs^muddy. The result- wen*:
Fivefurlongs straight, two-yeur old^Auction won. Chieftain -ml, Currie C. 3d.
Mileand ^-ightb Truston won. King^^ r.ib .'d. Defaulter-Id. TtaKeBdS
Keiitoliiah li.imll. ap, this o year-olils
mileMailstoiie won, K. porter Jiul,^Slnggatd Ktt. Time 1 :Is
Sixfurlong^*I 'on I i.ic won. Fits James^Jd.^Brudford :kl. Ti 1 :1
Mileullll -ixteenth two starters J. A.^II. won, Hadge 'Jtl. Time 1 :.%4
Iol. Bland: ^Why. Harry. KM boy,^how are you V I haven't seen anything of^you for a long time; Inn I watch your ca^^reer clo-ely, ami ^^ ^u know I Kin deeply^interested in your future.
IL.rry:^ I hunk you, colonel. I know^you .in*. W u- just hsiking for you. Am^in u tight phi. , ami want to know if you^could let me huv.- BBS by KKKB to-day^^^t ol. Bland: ^Well cr - Hurry*^ ^'^ see. I^am -o -olicitoiis ulsiut your future I c.m't^even consider any prop^s.ition relating to^the present. Pretty ilay.
A.^ mo. Is11 n-f.
Fromthe New York Weekly.
Gnthumliidy it.^ guest. : ^I am obliged^to up dogise for our drinking wut.-r. The^t rotoii witter, never very gis^ I, is worse^than usuul sine*- tin* heavy rains.^ Bo-^nanxii prince .from the wt-sli : ^Don't^di-tnrh yourself on my itccoinit. m.ul.ain.^If iln* w ater un't g^ssl I'd just as lief luxve
NoMore i * i -oh l to I ion fur Hie.^From Kiss h
FirstIs.y . ^My mother's mother col^^lapsed by it|s^plexy at tlw table: Just^snorted uml died.^ Second hoy: ^What^did your father do'.^^ First hoy: ^He^Hung the iet-water out of the window and^ordered some brandy ill a ceit-ry-gIsse
lhe olil ^.Idler's face Is-truyetl the emo^^tion that found vent in the words ^It's too^bad to make all those dear little children^sing that denied old tulle.'*
HeWar Partly Kl-cht.
Iluslstml:^Coiifouml these thin walls.^^Vhy, you can hear thut disugrctsshlc^chilil next dis^r whining ami crying ami^the mail in then* is swearing ut it like a^tiss^|s-r.^ Wife: ^That's our Willie cry-^mg up stairs,^ Itushat1.1 idoggedly. :^^VVcIL there's a mail in there swearing^k sjui it, any way.
Fromtlie New York Sun.
Somelsslyor other met Mr. Miller in^the Fifth Avenue hotel the other day and^foiupluiiied that he got nothing front the^Harrison administration. ^^Then I am^Is-tter olT thuu you,^ said Mr. Miller: ^I^got u telegram.
Goutis the great promoter of foot havL
Amiser is known by tin* money be keeps.
Tlwprison garb is designed to put a^^ ^heck on a criminal.
Thetoper's motto is ^Live for to-dajr,^^^but Iw employs two d's.
Thelust ^id right was administered te^to the mull killed ill u priae Mght.
Ineed tins- every hour,^ is what the^clock ^iid to its striking upparutus.
Whenuu Arab tribe is summoned to aid^the sultan, freedom gives a sheik..
Amull discovers that gas isn't equal te^i-oul when Iw tries it on a coul dealer to^secure credit.
ChuunceyDo pew thinks the American^girl has hud Iwr day in England,^can't slw secure u knight
Afarm puis-r discusses the best^tiou for milking. Tanner hud the^isisitiou for milking^tbe surplus, but he^lost it.
AnIndiana man read a ne espaper^headline. ^Tlw situation at YY'ushiiigton,**^and be telegraphed to Harrison for it at
Alecturer uguiust woman's rights^named Tuit was hissed by the woman of^Mutton. 111. Tbe women who his a Tail
Aman who was compelled to sue aa^old con i rude to recover what be owed kins^culled his peeudo friend. Sued ^ sued^^owe ^ - ah. yes, we catch on. ^ Te.ru* Jh/m-