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PVI.SSum in all of the taste a"d USKt" states
4 4ý~boe6:rww of First and Oak
7. P. CHRISM",. D. D. S.
aae. FirAMist ilee etweenmMain sA" Oak.
TE52N EXTRA OTD wiTHOUT PAIN
by amew rocss All el o Destal Wr
Attorney at Law.
a~ sk" In own"S Jacky's Dnee, Main Stret,
PHYBJCIAN AND SURGEON,
"AeNAODA - . MONTANA
~nN in aMflu& Jaeky blonk. Broideac om
w~i so Montana HOWe.
jgptýQ= to.Or(imau te at.~
DIS. MITCHELL a SwNYDSR.
MNIIROON DR I-tISPITL-*
(Next to Meaw. Hotel.)
ANACONDA - . MONTANA
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FITZPATRICK d ASPLING,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE ACTS.
Mining oarkers Ccnes dad .onveyaaoern
ANACONDA - - MONTANA
PH. BEST BEER HALL
The Det Breads t Uquors sad Cigars in the
rThatee Steek. Co.rmm a Fua lt Mtetst..
Iulager, ietIt t leret,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
Family supplies a Spedaly.
All Orders Deiverd Iree ot Charge.
hep e First trseet - - ANAUooDA
wad. ,wt JLt A a ,w
(orroeTK Te, a.ANK)
MA .. A BPECIALTY OF MINS CIOARI
oIa TC, IuMPOWr AND IEY WaineT.
THE GOLD BOOT.
use r to Purcmsiwg HOamIat
ws at th GOLDu .
s Ws h Park at. F. H. saw. toretor.
READ'S DRUG STORE,
Warn Spring iS.erl Stable.
Te 1Pnas Turouts in Anaeoda.. New sad
I.NDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
FINE NEW HEARBNt
aADDIW H E for ladies se Outs
are te.' s tohe sw state.
CHAS. W. FRENCH. Proprietor.
at asess. Wsas Mao , 1NAaama. Meal-.
OFFICE U !?R
AND HOUSE FURNITURE
rmUUIW £ ALL IT$ m EANEEl
ru ou "rnS,- - .memd. V.@
U~v· Pmr.s ltL
+ R. J. SLIC +
p- r lo..oad awl lC Z
no NM l dr- 5* `us -en -owo
TANNER GIVEN THE lUE
arrt h" n seml ti an "
,-m1 alli wek SLebse Mm
g e- "ua.a.era OW sSWU N
wuhasuomr, (Joet. .-A etnestne
pregeafed I the tea.lir departmnst In
ceppart et the asete at Weea o
vmemdu CamieCee Tarn a d
ad-.-- as peanslies reom N to M per
oath la certaln cases, was twenm out to
mIght. It call. attendeas toeametm M,4B1-U
revised statutee. providlag that eeaept I.
asesat osfpeeed dihlllties, o la irease
of penaio shall be allowed omumencing
prior to the date et the esamiag srergeo~'s
eetlscate, and eaters at ength i eonsld
eratian of varies derees at disabilities
and the sueasn for having aDll.ed the M
pension. "If now b arder of the
~osoe sas the statae*
.lent. "without egad to medical
examination a ma who has been weetv
Ia Rbl advanced to t without a ann
who has bee. ma disabled and has been
rated at being blnmself anvanced ist I
obviotus s Ilnjul I. done to the higher
wde man. however, the allowance i.
made after an eamsinata a surgeon
everything has bees done in order and
acordinag to law. It the arbitrary orders
at the csmmlseomer arse the asuls, It must
remit that a few are made favorites and a
gret matrit who eave to depend apons
th too outherlW In law for the order
sloes In tae tfhee of thand whic
order Is not estended to all cases."
.,. .e. . 'i . rl Lk ··· . . a'PI
Q-uotatieas se them made heom T.
er's smesnt letter to Dalseil. in which
Tanner aes e amedt the order with a
to ut least o U rs thm d rm
and In wbib ordered them for
examinatioa bm their hAbone boad.
The statement srae: "The od r- made
was arbitrary uquald, n mequired
an advanee, without emm.tion. to the
amounts speeifed-46 per month. It did
not p to drop any one. as the letter
pretended it did. and it did not order any
one for examination as the letter -
tended it did. It was an unaut mhred
and illegal order for every pensioner to et
advanced$ who was receiving less. It was
made a mS and to have it
take effect on March 7h. A slight con
sideration of this matter will show that to
give away OSB.OUO a mouth of public money
on such an order as this would be but the
beginning of a system yh which millions
could be expended uneontrolled by law, a
it was unauthorised by prmce+ent. There
would he no more bhrm in giving to Sen
ator Landerson $16000 or more than there
would be in giving a poo men es.0~u. In
either case it wouid be an unautborized
distribution of public monies, mad the
door of the treasury might as well he
open to actual invasion as to have such
warrants drawnll pon it andul be ca.hled
without question. It is also obvio.s
that such a course as this would not
b senfit the soldiers ultinmately as it is In
tended only to benefit those who are the
least disabled. There is no expressiok, no
disposition to prevent any deserving sol
dier from, acquiring all the pension to
which his disability entitles hirm. All that
is being done Is to maintain the law, to he
literally construed, but by no means die
rr and to allow each in his turn,
without partiality. all he is entitled to."
Pension (Conmlssioner Tanner was seen
this evening regarding the above state
ment and made a lengthy reply, in which
he sharply criticises Assistant Secretary
Rusmey. and alleges that the judicial rea
sons of the latter are emanations fron the
mind of a member of the pension board
of a who was aonted under the
Cleeland adainistratiot after having
failed to prs a civil servik-e exanination.
Tanner arrairu Russey for undertaking
to put him n a alse posito before the
publick. The order in question, he says,
refers to cases allowed on and after the
date he took office. Ma.ch 27. He had de
termined he would not issue certificates
for less than 6 per moth. if he had power
to prevent it. He looked into the law and
found be had that power, as it is broadly
stated that ratings fxed by the medical
hoards are subject to revision by the com
milsioner. He saved a vast amount
of time and trouble by issuing tlhat
order. "Then," said IW. "I gave verbal
orders that those pensioned at less than
$i who had application on file for an in
crease, acompanied by certificate of
medical examination, held within the
the year. should have their claims adjust
ed on that examination, and go up to 46
or off the roll. I also ordered verbally
that all others should he sent an order for
a medical examination and abide the re
sults on a like basis." Tanner contends
that there is plenty of law for his action.
CoeweWtlag ghe Werwugtame.
WAsmnGorow, Oct. 1.-G-ebard Gad.,
United States consul at Christianas. Nor
wary, has men the following dispatch to
the state department.
"At the sermi-anual conferenee lately
held in this city by Mormon residents, it
was reported the aggreate aumber of
Mormons la Norway was7 10 of whoan
belonsg to the clergy. But of the latter,
wel ae leaders in Utah. but
hawork ge as f er a brIt
timre. the s tfour msonuths
wes - and .h"cludgchldea
e lgestedr ýo Utah. ear we Tram
19 emnaMgrat Mormonos t emigrating
ae a larger emigrati will taeplace e
montha. The money co-r from*
Norwegian.s s'etled in Utah, who
are la moast oases powerfl i inducing
eir relatves bhere to follow thle to
Iautroio, Ot. ILs-At W. T. Wood
aed'. gals a. hctrm he.. t.dmr M hed
-raeb No The hihtb..t ob
tba.d wainr Im: Lab Gmo'e. 4Wilflrn
I. H.C. Clasmimgr. tu*n: . Iowa
300ýaalbA.5 Em.,kon Mi .300;
8!N AM I WL. Liir . bI BDw
moa.t. W Sa.frpr Mineý. 860
Young 23bat. Co..fnieJ udgemnsea
Ninw Yowx, Oct. W.-Jamnes Blaine. Jr..
son of the seremary of state. to-day con
fused Judgment in the supremne court for
MIN In ftaor of Dr. FuIler in an action
brourbt to mcwrer payment for prof~w
Giiu serviov retndered to defeundanmt's
wife and ebUu in I1M.
A FAMILY OWtL.
Imeness Bo to Iem ac a1mewese a aes.
sr ael1 811s am.
RAN Awsses. 1mTa.. 0s1. Uv-A - i eL h
mneade was ommead n emelh me- - O
somm- r . MUsh es e ~m
0run upeese A Mu..mmed samue
Wesus, who empas s.md M a mn
or land *eaed h Mr. (neum, hedd a y
mse wh him M Aip --- .a. , the 4
remaer endig Ia a lhk ht.tween th.
ather and mm. which the saw # a ed a
knaL and the father a umsMl hathet. The
Sfbt occured Satumday Fiht a week as.
Thir Mved a.lme .nd had mo am
!l, and tý hos. helar tImated
Ih a leoely plme, moth in was
known about the tcoged yt H
the Tuesday following when somae ohw
"dean returnn ,tr school nsaw the
Alpbomeoa ll inside the door
with blood n preasentng a I. nblr ~a
peares. They gave tthe ala Pr.
('writs went to the house and foand the
Nm mcto luylo.n the Soor covered
with .od his al cu in nine places
twout the cuts fracturing the skull.
He stated that he was asleep with his
father, and when he awoke he foulrI hinm
self in the endition described and bhi
father had disappeared. A smill hatchet
was tound covered with blood and hair.
Mr. 'urtis notified Deputy Sherif Yaete
dof .lfford, who went down and investi
igtd. Upoa elaaulinin. the hat-bet
r. Yates noticed that the hair
with whrch it was covered was
aIra, and as the old nlan was
non to have had inr` gray hair, thi
at onse escted the p.inn that the old
man had met with fiul pliy.
Mr. Yates instituted a scrurh of the mu-.
rounding neighborhood, lting two days,
and resulting in the finding of the- hbd
of the man avel Nuncio, who had Ieea
n.uerdred and hidden under a small
bridg ereaesl a ditch within a few yards
of te bhows. The body of the old man
peesns.ed a horrlble appearance, having
an in the ditch for five. days, and was
covered with wouands., the throat being el
trem ear to ear, and also having clves
tuts on the head with a hatheet. He bha
also been stabbed in the hbreat anrd ade
msn. The son is under arrest but rehfus
to any anything about the affair.
MORE CRONIN MYSTERY.
Arrest at Amestr aIrn Wke I. Waaste
bn the mti'. AtteHray.
('cano.o (Oct. 16--No additional Jror.s
were secured in the Crolin ease to-day.
There are still four vacenceie.
Henrr nailtebet, s. tenog.aplwr in the
law olloHe of Windes & Sullivan. bhe Airm
of whk-h AlexanIder Illivass is a nmnmber,
was sunmnesed to the state attorney's
offie this morning. Staltegsberg did not
sr-appear for about two hours. To quer
tioll, suhseqasently, a. to whether the
stsluograplaerr had blen arrested or was
lraictiall- Il eu t(ludy tlhe state's atter.tey
returned an e.vanive mlatswer. TIw. omficials
stated tlhaut Knavanaull. on neht tlne nen
chargel witll attetuntrdl jury Uningu, hbd
sras to the ofLfke of iWaisaks & Nu livan.
'htt if aly .otrssmwrtlion. tlhil had to do
with Staltenhcgr. State's. Attorney Long
enerker dcklined to explain.
Mr. Loea.geenl ke.r wouldl onlly may that
Stalte.l.-rg "would 1no1t wsIud the. nighIat
at holsna," lhSubsequently tire ste.nagrapls
er's another told a r.I*prtr nIneI hid nr
ceiveel a noemul.e irrol hter son thrno h a
third party to the :reet that Ilh. would anot
he home. to-night. Many report. inl regard
to Staltlen.e.gr w.~, afloat duarimg tae.
evetlilng. ( le was tinat a wosman tele
i.uraph oror in the hotel had te'tlnled
before the grndl dJury that Staltoenerg was
tle persmn who hande-I In the. diempatchl
said to have been sent to Wjlnnipeg. di
rec*ting the lawyers for muspect Bsrrk.
to warn the latter against cnmmunicating
with olk-er Collins on tie Journey to t('1,i
cago. This dispatch, it is claimed, was
sined "J. G."-tte manse initials as those.
of John Graham, A. S. Truck's clerk, wlao
has been charged with hinr implkated
in the attempt to fix the (t'ronin ury.
Late to-night a detecrtiver staudlng near
the residence of Alexander Sullivan tokl
a reporter he, had been detaikld theelr to
watch the phroealsem. For what purlose
the espionage is being conIde.teld the
oleern refused to say. other than that dt
tectives were nunelronns in that vkriity
throughnout the night.
The Ioialy Nara will any to-morrow tuhat
the prosecution believedl the-l serret of ti.
grand jury roonl are haeing regularly caqn
veyed to Alexander Sullivams. It was tao
lanvelstate this matter that Stalt-ehnsewr
was sellt for late to-niglht. It is runmore.r
tiat another arrest lha~ I.ule madeik and
it is saiid the persons is a rslart official.
The Delegates at Clevelaal.
C.I.VLAit.A, 4k rt. 16.--The AllAmerican
ezealr.ionist rose late this nmorning.
They are not alccu.atomedl to th*e risih ald
drive of the Amerieans and are beginning
tP wear oeut under tihe etraMis of (enstant
ilht-lseeing. traveling and banquerting.
Thle prgramme for today was to opte at
R.BI with a fire departmn)eat drilL b.et ther
weary travelers generally failed to appear
till to an-d then went oae a tour of ob.urva
tion through ase business distriets.
The pary left for Detroit to t. The
manager o the excursion has te phed
to poats yet to be visited requns re
ceptia cosanitfees to abando that part
of their programme which providcrs fr
banquet. 1 merry to Uhe eshausted d.tl
sotes. He has also stated that the visitors
ib nat e to see factories, of wih they
hane had a mueditL
Tke Obaks" Gu*e*et.
ST. PACT, Oct. 16.-A. H. Trow. former
ly a member of the Minneuota kWislaturv
but now a resident of Miner county, Soutle
Dakota. appeared at the state (epital to
day soliciting aid for the Dakota *uffe.r.pr.
Mr. Trow tells a mad tale of deeola.lnn
and want In Miner and adjoining eountle.
and say. empatica~ly that unles aid Is
granted, many famialie must inevital~y
freee or starve before next spring. Crops
In Miner and a portion of Lingebury and
Hanborn counta Were a eamplete failure
on aneount of the dgmith.
J miinmS S. Vmwe r at . cityr.
PUlwADBLPIA. Oct. IL-'itb enit of
th. esig agin "L W.d.rm Umiw for II
-es feS aftaams and wris It r the
imag 1fb66 and '. re~slted tody in a
veedk t for lb. eoaeplinaimot im the fed
eral court for P4,OW. A shai ar sult for
foes of '654 w.a decied against the
V.LI babb~ag Affra.
Lauswow, Mto., (L t.-I-J.-M. HernY of
Spring Hollow bad forblddsa his daugh
ut. hay. anything to do with S. H. Law
,n to whom she was attaehed. Meeting
them together w·eutdmy a fight oerurred
and Lkrr stabbed Hardy 1 tuiawrn. Ther
lattwe manapld to et his knitsr- tt A14d
1 ut Lawm vetu . Both will dli.".
WRECK NEAR OMAHA
bWW i mw lWs "N
oa v u m m a uuy . a.
TW ~aen. to mptemeam comene so
(I AA, (1.t. 1.--A wreek rceurred oan
ther Bwlington & Missnuri. at Gibso, a
w umies fim (maulsha. last eveningl, and
about fty passengaer were injured. Two
egrines were eompletel denmolised, and
a clhair ar ald a conalhlUtionl car were
thrown free the trucrk and reduced to
shmne. Train No. G a local between Lan
elIn and ('bieag. ran Into No. 9. The
1srrntr was east and the latter west houned.
Glalou is the seMetling point and the place
whet~n No. 9 stop to regyiter. Both trains,
are duei at Gibsmo at 61::3I p. an., ut last
n(theht No. 9 war slightly behind tin-e.
Whsbel thes aeeklent o.urredl the latter had
It .wmsed the spur and lthe engiese oun
uo. e struLk tih enl, hurling bhth enriine.
and two ermac es front the track. The
eenmhinatin.u rmoah and the cbhair car were
both erowlrak with passegerlr. all of whi.nr
were' nore or kles inlre.d, while Peter
RIalatl,. proprietor oa Sti Tre.mnost hu.sm.
dIl shortly after wei. taken to the Ihus
'T1N chair arc after lwing overturned
erught tire and smaury of the panesgers
were burned In addition to their other
Among the injured are EnIglneer Gillis
pk ofI Piattunouth, hadly bruised; Harry
. Weler of (Nnaha. hdly *cut and
bruised ; Butler of Mouth (hnua.laha nd
cru.h.d and body badly brisled. She iL
in a precarioum conditk.n. Charles Loure
of 'ral, car cut of and face msverely cut:
and bodrb ed lower limes. badly brulied.
He lies Ith t o bspital in a alnwmt bhope
The following injured are a hotels: i.
Mis of New York, shoulder disloated and
lower lib bal bruised; Frmanci Elder
t New ork. bruised and
the. t to have r irved intersal
Inurtr: IFred NSchultz of New York,
lhtly es a bout the head ; J. Palkhenh.'w t
o ('lao, lowerlinlh brulsed and smlaul
der disloract l G. M. ('bate, of Bnstonu,
slightly bruised: Isaf Tabaki, of ('iiwin
nati. injured about thie shoesider atil head ;
J. Kalipeur. of New York. bouklersprauined
and bruised about lste huod ; S. Ken.mr, of
Buffalo, New York, brmsed habout the h tly
andl head slightly uit anl lower linims
briissed. Itace W. Hu.ks. of Hartford
(oIslt'Iktut. ilnjured aboult tl i hody.
('onductor Lnverin on No. 9 had hib
riht kleg badly bruised and amputation
mUsy he seeressary. Ensgime.r Mcolsl y on
No. I was slightly ler.Mised ahbosu thw" Imely.
TIhe tw f.lr.nem . lt.mkiemtcnd Martin, es
c.. sed with lIut slight in.miri..,.
A VICTORY FOR THE STATE.
A eiseteen Utegardtinag Metet lateamalty
WAxItIINuI'(N. (/k*t. t4i. --Aiuitlant ('ton
missioter .Sto... tod-lay r.iaik'*.tr l as slri
kIot in at a'm**. wl4la*11 involvedl time y..wti.lhi
off r..if In t iw. u'elma inek.hnunity utlIre
tiuans int ()rvgosn. (t r.wq.t was grantm.d
*-very sixt..l*ttll anui thlirty-sixth l wi tian of
land for m.i |hl purpum*en. T1'L law also
Iwrovkkldl tat ill case asy of it.l.. lands
had heen s.nte.red priw to th tlats e of the
grant Slt estate ashohl Ie. antitled to in
tktnnity tlherlfor and nilglit snake Inadenm
naity slectkion front alsy unruulpie.d pub.
lk- landm. In iaurm.anee of thin autlority
the state. it aplearh, selected In
the agrmgate. a large tract of land
upon whl kl eatpired pre-nmlptktn iling.
were ius nr.wId. TIhe qluestlla at Imluem
was whetiew r the burdten of thet
proof of the fact that the fillgar e=
pined rested with the stat. or with the
martik' who mad. the Illing1. T.r as
inatant enismnimunaer holkld In favor of tie
state, and hasl liretes.d In all .serh caneo
pr.-enaptu.rs mshall Ih. required to apl
pear tffore the loair l laluil olikwrr withim
twenty day. after thi rece.ipt of the ontki*e
and lshosw cause why the eniatrly shotlll ino
he heaIse".lnd. thus tlarrwing the lauruStn of
the proof onl the .lntry.ntaan. It in wilkl
there are a larger nusmhesr of rasae in tihe
general lanld olke wlhich will lau. he dib -
The lCpleaq.p Ca..vefthem.
---r.wYOxK.()rt. . It I I, li Epinc.qja.l con
veatiinlo today the. rlport of tN. we rlPial
eonmllttle to wlal*h tdw, nme.morial lof thw
c.loredl clergynnl.ell was rf.*errst. wan
rnail; majority aned maine.rity reports l.iaag
presenlted. l)r. Plhillip roolse. wIh pre
wanted theL mialrity report. mak. In ltl:ak
ing of tine. elarelm: "Nlw knlsows mnotLinili
of thw cok.r of nma,'s sklin. The repo)rt
were made a spwrial order forw riday. Tin
conomlnittebr on cosstitutiolnal a&ne-ndtneltnt.
reported that they were of the opialtakn that
the general convention ha power t) , anat
a deacon tihn right of appeal. The, hueane
went into conmmittee of -the wha.e na the.
jority rel~t on litill revli.sk. A
resution thlt th word "Ipao' " in
-a-red In 1-- ta be of contensem was car
rkvd. A motion that the word "Ea'rth
u--ake" be added to appieal In the litany,
and that peala 6 h repaerd br gam
N In the* mervie for Goad Friday. wer
coeurrled Ian. A namhber a other a d
anuts wes. diecussed at eat l .gh, bet
failed on a vote. The hout.s of biop.
this afternoon on-coseIurred the e Mt
all. ue of the hymnal for the ensuins
Two new Ter! O01els rIrsg.
X w Yoms. (k-t. 16.-At 1 o'clock this
maraing two genteamen drove to police
headk atere and we.re cloeted balf am
hear in the deteetive buresu. It was
ersdlm tat hir daubts left boe
W dmnome to attend a muslr
sehal have nos h bearrd of miae.
Deth parents are evai matu mlt
b Wmea .1 eats e vassm rasig.
lDorox. Oct. Il-The Amsumt statement
of the Umlonl PacaBc stem, Includias the
'reads i which a half intes"t Is owned.
shaw Ou earnIn at 8 , rGls0o an lm
emase of ImLU net SI.01. tnc-rease
SgsImM.. Pr te-esbt~e months to A.st 3.
r.. e"arnti at.e(,ODt. ecrease 1
_.r err. A" ·U 4n·1
Mao ras anOmd Thin uae.setr Wilm..
Nrm wama. Oct. 1.-Mayor Grant said
today that he sbould coatinua to am
every posible inals to prevent the sedrir
Ugbt raupan Ifran operating plant una
til their w~ire. are abwlutely sat. Al
day workmen were busy npaarilsg ri-i
I lnams and burnw u on lamip posta.
ON THE RACE TRACK.
Iutswru% wr I W .asp.. Uam..ý
"Ar rL Time m.
1btts a~ll-Yok w~w, - lte
rl -)l, NS wmM q omiM Urni
aWdr . w .1:17. l w Ba
mU.a-Narnam. !t wow mqno DmI oNd, mmmi
sewed. Rsrn ski l.s~ Time 1:7.s
Steel tShird. Tie,. 1 :34
YTipW.ar-k colt, said gelding.. Av.
fulae- Fakir was.orn. Evell reams
llo thutr . Times .:
Laausmrou. Ot. 1K.-a-day's eventa
Tb. S: clas, unflnisLadl from tes
day--4 (Jeerer won Prince et WAr
sleeS twil1h third. biaornd fourth.
Fre-forall pacing--Ray Wilkes won,
Rrckaway mecwud, Beshleme distanced.
Blest time 2:1S5%.
Stailkon stake. _ class-- -urGrnlander
woe, Mike Emgan ummod ('orsuina third.
RobeRtu lrtythirud. 't time 2:21%.
KIHItsecky stakes. 3-year-oldB---Fe.utne
wlon, Queen WUlkes mernul. Best inim
1PLIUAfl5ATi. N. J.. (Itt. 16:. Attendance
4,5MW)D at opening day. Weather pleawant
and track giwud.
Sweieputake. fivesiuthm of a minl-
Blue Rock wor. Radtut secornd. ( egorn
thinr. Time le+ý
Siweepetak u aAiarseu of mtle-
Co'elast won ai.. second. Lannor
third. Ti me .3
tweepatast some and one-eighth of
a mile. two ·temu- 1.trgtu won,
("leru(t a Th 2 .
Threr~rour( of a mile-Dead heat be
twiene Poedhm sand Laon. King Idle
tUnr. Tim. 1:19. Foredb woes the
THE WME&L OF FORTUNE
entvala Maig al ib e a a ery t mr.aedy
XNw TYO . Oct l.-A London cable to
the Tes. s; Oy the time the Emperor
Willlam w hark fs Athelna maud (t'n
.mantlUnope whither he starts nest week
tie whole s tlatlkan in th Balkaun is
likely to have cletasmd. The Ne+rvian
ministry lha fallen to pieces, and Patch
itcI,. of whomn I spoke last week, will he
premier. In a day or two he will aumenw
power with the avowed purpo.s oo depnsing
the hny king sand bringing Kargeorg
witch, the Reaseo-Merviesl preteunder. Into
power. .ervia ib wholly rips fur the
change and Natalie's ohatinate eff*ort to
fthbt with MUilss for th. eamusemuiek of
their child hs pe.led a way foe e pmrpo
lition to get rld of th wLho.e. ( tmheanovtnts
family as telntnlly solutiaou of the wretheed
fanmily wrangle. Tis will straitl Austrian
paItiearc to the vere vr of the hreaking
pirint. and e*ven If tIer Interventi.nl tew*
toit follow at ..ace It manst .r*iws its tinme.
for uIa-R*a.sitte lCrvia will have no otaer
waklery thas sto provoke wantria teo force.
Per.linaed t . Bealilria url e* tlIli very
Islailuly. and ao he has stnlhn off for a
f.erteliglt's holidlay before- the trauble hel
Tl.rW are. aill srwts of wild reemors about
thin Min iaelarly furtive excurskIe of his.
taniag frnesrll aeulries l ·ut he is lait wnlila
lalk to ahinltss luat he in husatiea foi r a reul
Iurikle.. Ais maa ter of feet. I. watat' to
re tIre Paris esxamlitlm hefure it close.
and alsm to talk tlim situation over with
ther Aeuatriaml eauplreenr, whkaih ht will d.. em
llis retearll. The*r in easoll to hbelieve
that he" will not formually raie the que
tkit of him maurriage . mtil this great war.
whircl still haIngs over the contineIt.. shall
have* Ieesn fouht. If he emerges fronest
tlais with an ealarged peincipality and a
stable throne he can call bhimself king and
marry ashrlt l he like. Land fouen a real
lymsamsty. But he knows well eaou ag that
tlewre* is somem heavy tllltil to do hefore
this can Ihe satisfarlorily attemlnped.
aIHwae.aseg Fresuiga essee...
N Ew YotsK, ( kLt. L..-At thie nMeatt elay'e
nwretinsg of ta.. Aenlieries ho.rd of L-rn-
aiiluskiantrs of f4Wiurr. niainikni., msveral in
t-reatiueg papers were re-ad. It was u r
ekkel that no change in the clhur.h in
Japan was adlvisable.. The nommittee on
the. nreewmilty for a change. in thie relations
hetw.eena the toard aswI .e.. noqgregestioaai
ehure-h was eottintlsel asiather year. Der
ineg tlw debate ua the coathilnuance. Dr.
(;rifithis of Rhoson acrusal lthe hoard of
dli.criuilpatisgl against certain candidates
in its syste-mn, ansking thei- quaestions to
wlhih it was inixeassible, to frauen. answers
e.ven ill a Iluin's owl heIieart. The ulisarec
acesmfal caetldiklate. was then brudedll as a
lewr.tit. A ch(eamgep was nemeeel. Tleser
renmark.s csausel a smesnatnl aedli Dr.
Griffith was greatly applauded. I)r. Mer
e*dith i also k*larel that th.e lterd sh.naki
hi. .o emlnstitetei as to perfectly r.nprel.ent
the, nmissioSe work of thee en ltioual
chuchb. He cen,.plained f hsin. re Il
h. the. board aued assertedl tha rll f
ltg was quite general among all the
The Em.ItraamU A em.or
(CIxcUUTIn, (Oct. Ii.-No further death.
have resunted from yesterday'. acridemt.
Miss tlehaaup remains so romnraei and
wll prohbay die. Mrs. Mocbmhstter Is
mrewhathaimprovd. buat Inot out of dan.
gar. Young McFaddleni inam lair war t
parme. M. Doheut.awcmytauv of the eor
panm operating th Mt. Auburn Immune
-i. a the enum at Fa o.
cadent was a little .s o[l rw nat mars
than am hib b ng dtbecame lodged i
the cutoff valve and was found thinme,
sant Hor witt d i ba.so bmsk
ATL.AxTA, G.. Oct. is.-Tb. wmdpra
to Governer HIM of New York. asth
Plkdnaoat .upaaltion te~d.0 o
equaleld bk that given Prersient Cl.,.
land two rear a · l Am ..o
was asem the dl.Slsguasaas vhitmor
rage Wed as o.,ao. He rY Y
wea rem t th Ill mce rew
Uh.aw Twrt M ear Cl~a.4aa1.
CINCInNATI. Oct. 14.-At Cmwvr ls tm.
might C(harl.. HLrdn. aged 1l, shotb
wife dead and then ooamitted sals..
The tragedy was the outcome of a din...
laimu .. w~d of Teaed.
LnqtanavazLz. KY.. 0.4. 16.-At the raet
sag at the National oaaud of Trald tooey.
Prewident PFrederick FraUr of Philadel.
hkh. wars rr-ela teel Tb. mwahutesue .1
teas year wr re-atlrraud.
LOVED BY TWO ME1
sr.n-ate o am e ssmm e M alt - k a
laumasman am emamso . ided
Naw Yoag. Out. Ms-A shMe dispa
to. the War". ma: In G.Smath sen a
lbei a Cerinnes ets r ho miaml Mill he
the oura lshu et da, w whbis a
Amerlean I. pla endi af avr e wrishk el
lady is the defedans. Jlea Arthur Ch.
dos isa w lde lp m e omer be a
few years eago with Mrs.. ala, she
widow of the peerledm do th Cames
hank. (bha left his wifm amd eildm
in Philadelphia. Colo.nl Hughesm lhaM
introduced him nato his own he.s abmate
Mrs. BilometSldMoo.., a wish,
widow of Philademlphia. who was a
tilne engaged hn a little quarnrl with bar
aon-in-law. Baron Von Bltd the Swe.dsb
elvoy. on the subj.ct Othe sguaianushi
ansd car. of her da e t rl
who was then usuferits e a
('handt pr.nised to devote hitmse to
the furtherance of Mae. im .i
Moore's views In the matter, andm
afterward Mrs. BDleometl-MI m o
to adopt Char(d. and hive m mIA a
year for takieng care f e uegt W hue
would asend to ofldiph b m w he
and children. When Hunge .-"M en
into his di/eulty whit Ih d to h.is p.
sion tfrm a eoua7 house and to hi
sequesnt withdrawal oamn pouiel it a
Is mppa e fu ses MIimumy e
pornqad H Cl/i d bm So vtii
Baoomeh- er. h who was in visei, al
hor~row mbt. *dhs obtaimed char
fad orv Led elf. ne seedm s wse
swer ved soe Issu a Chama, of
being a swindler and sll m a
These letters she es she eat to Ym.
Hugh".e . Tbam b i at, met w .
w hIUsma t~eUer er sess w oeempt.id
~ te t4c aml that ao mes, who e m
advanced in years, seem to heae heusme
imbued with feeliugs o s maRctisate
nature toward thep iati , who is mash
younger th Ln either them...
( haado b rings ..t l for ecrhmlrl
libel against his tamer patroness for s
lowing letters defamatory of him to leae
her paossessiona. Them is aaotshr sat
against Colonel Hughes Haltet for we
did himself tanged up with asee. leases
aseT causiss u thes tohe published. Lewd
Mh.atnlue i, ll- the nsoup. too.
Colosui Hallet has not bee. in Leusim
fur mane than. a year, sad ramor thas t
not coeaia hmack for smen. sime. d
Hallett said on the wltusesmeand yer
.Lay that she did not believe the charg
against Chand.s. The case was continue
to+ky'. whaen bth Mrs. limiet and Mae.
Bl'ukaflekl-Moure were Ia coart, lookig
very mchb dislurhed about the smria
mscradal they hid stirred p.
FRIGHTFUL MINE DISASTER.
t.erribe. e.l e... m Rapte...e t. as- w.
Luron.w, Oct I-.-An exploase aeesed
in Bentil.e coliery. at Lomgton, oar el
Statfoed, curtl this eoreoem. Seves
nminers were in the pit at the tie, .et
11 of whom aee alive. The tek of e
ting out the dead mlnes wMill beow o
great dificulty. Vomunteers are engaged
maktng esploestioes for the r.eovee at
The mnn engaged in the .emes for th
dead victime fousd aft/ daed miem this
The bodies recovered Ae.w that te
vk-tin. died of ge poieleamig. The go
rumer were compelled to relqutaieh th
sear. h bt the accumulatie of ga. The
latest advice* hrom the seem, state that
Ire it raging and another eapluaiom i
feared under groeemL The mamge
is among tbevietams. The remed rie.
mren down the* mie a esb least, hkm.
it is impoesible tov the 10mb0.
The latent estimates is that szta pwamin
t'rAWA, Ont., h t 1nt.--airly last
nwnr a young girl at Summ~naesi Prita
Ei eard's island. wrote her mem an ad.
lirens upon an egg, whbichb tubmequs*
founl its way to Boston. Ma., among
ottlwr rsbi Pnts. The parents of the
younug lay visiled Boston iweetly. am,
stranget e ar. t were aintrodmisd to the
oung Bostonian who had rerelved the
egr. and who asked Ie ma if they knew the
you]ng lady--thir own daugheer. Ep.am
atnons followed andl aomr s
wars opened. The weshdding is to tha
Wwsunloaou. OM. IL-A - .m u
gmaemm, who t.' d wvb W i
Pealsr on $bb - - has -no un lbw
rmd hrmr~ cu wink. C~L
we... a...M .. . .ib
Tease will .ou. fu drw
se theam um l bi n is bap.
Pa.1r umaud-at wr >>
ebw of i ofr &08
.lamas .a0r h6 r
ea -w .lmsa oiA
ix int. A bjtwsto
Have im 0 0
BLWrAzAN Oct. B-Tb. em
National ammodsesm MWMMMw lo nm
couveaki. log. Tbo bi
was take up. AB -~21 "bm
wasbe tog o b o
labork~ or-G. lw
k'so o mto5to heaawoomeoo