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ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1889.
DR.D. J. HcDONKLD
BUROBONOBMTWT.^ernca oru jos. fitni co..
F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM.
onHeeond street, St. Jrsn Building.^0^Bce ob First tM.. in Mt. J eon Building.^Hours: ^ to U a. M.. 2 to ^ and 7 to ^ P.M.
|T. D. FITZGERALD,
IOUCEMAOISTRA'I E, JUSTICE OF TUB^PEACE. NOTAKY PUBLIC, COS-^VEVA.V til, ojc.
MAIMST., OVKH BAKRKT * JACKKY'S STORK,
Anarood* ... Montana.
I.O'LEARY, Attorney tad Counselor at Law.
Fractiieslu all ^^f the state and United stale*^courts. Collections promptly made. Special at-^lenliou given to Mining Properties ami Muting^Law. Ileal Estate, Loans and Insurance. I'rop-^*^ erty He Med and Kent* Collected. OHioe rooms^S and 4 Matt it* Block, corner of First and Oak^Stri-etK. Anaconda. Mont.
JURYFIXERS IN LIMBO
YestenUy'sSeisadeul Dtralopneits li^the Crotli Case at Caica^o.
BACKFROM THE GRAVE.
F.P. CHRISM AN. D. D. S.^Office, First Ktrevt net ween Main and Oak,
Ana-canda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT rAIS^by a new proeetui. All classes of Dental Work^execute,! in first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates.
Attorneyat Law.^*^m*e in Barrett 4k Jacky's Block, Main Stress,^Anaconda. Montana.
Ofa.e in Barrett ^t Jaeky block. Resi.loxre on^(tea-nod street west, opposite Montana Motel.^Calls promptly attended to. tlraduats of ^t.^Louis Medical Collega.
BRS.MITCHELL At SNYDER,^RNACONDK HOSP1TKL,^(Next to Montasss Hotel.)
JjMMMand ('mars in the
CornerCedar and First Streets.
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
F1TZPATHICK^* ASI'LI.XG,^REAL ESTATE ^. INSURANCE ACTS.
MimimHrokers.Collea-tort. and Conveyancers.^ANACONDA ^-- MONTANA
PH.BEST BEER HAtt
C.CAltl.SON.^Tlie Best Brands of^Thurston Itlnck
Hunsinger,Barrett ^ Burnett,
Wholesaleand Retail Butchers.
FamilySupplies a Specialty.^All Orders Delivered Free of CliarRe.^Shop on First Street- - Anaconda
MAKESA SPECIALTY OF FIXE CIUARS
ootskstk, ini'uktep and kkv wrst.
TheBP.KT and CI1EAFK8T place In the city of^Butte to Purchase BOOTS and BHOhS^is at the tiOLl^ BOOT,
teWest I'ark St.
F.H. Shaw, Proprietor.
WarmSpring Li.ery Stable.
TheFinest Turnouts in Anaconda. New and^Handsome
LANDAUS.BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
FINENEW 11 F.AKSK.
Our:SAlI^LK HOKSKS for I-idles and Gents^are the Finest in the new Stale.
CHA8.W. FRENCH.^First street, West of
OnFront Street, Anaconda.
+7*. J. BLIX +
Crockeryand Stores,^UNDERTAKING AID ALL ITS BRANCHES.^E. JKCOBSON.
smdJsry, Oh of^to Aaawer UsmIIosi^Asm^Itadtctsneat Found.
Cnic a^ so, Oct. tT. Cram I excitement^prevailoil about the grand Jury room this^morning. Witneaaoa came and went and^officers were dispatched here and there^rapidly, and appearances indicated that^something imi*^rtaiit was in pnnirt si, Tlie^first witness was a man named Kelly.^When he eame out he refiiHetl to talk to^reporters!, Henry Stalta-iilsrg. stcnog-^raph**r in Windcs A Sullivan's office, was^in for half an hour, and when he runic^out mailed off in a great linrry to find Mr.^Windcs. After he had disappeared that^gentleman made his way into the court^house and was ^ ^ xumiiieal hy the grand jury.^When he came out of the room he nuid to^the reporter*, that he hadn't told the grand^jury much, chiefly liecnuso he didn't know^anything they wished to hear. He had^come uround ill the interest of Stalteil-^hcrg. At 1 o'clock the grand Jury came^into court and handed in 12 indictments,^11 of which were on Jail rases ami tho^twelfth a joint bill ugainst Mark Solomon,^John Graham, Thomas Knvanntigh, Fred^Smith, Jeremiah O'Uonell, Alex. L. Hanks^and Joseph Keen. All these men were^already under indictment for conspiracy^to bribe jurymen.
AfterMr. Windcs left the grand jury^room he asked State's Attorney Lungr-^necker for an order to ^* Staltenberg.^The slate's attorney wrote something on^a card and Mr. Wiudea went to his office,^where a policeman on guard refused to^let hira in. The attorney went away, but^returned shortly with an application for a^writ of habeas corpus asking for Stalten^^berg's release. The matter was net for a^bearing at 4 o'clock, but as in the mean^^time Staltenberg had been released tho^application was withdrawn.
Staltenbcrgrefused to answer any ques^^tions put to Kim before the grand Jury un^^til he could see an attorney. He declared^he was uulawfully restrained of his lib^^erty, and that he could give us testimony^under duress.
Nonew jurors were obtained to-day in^the ( ronni trial. Four pleas remain yet^to he filed. The defense still has eight^pre-cmptory challenges and the state S3.
Accordingto the lMiily JflMM the omni^^bus indictment returned this afternoon^was a useless proceeding except on the^theory that the persona against whom it^was brought, ulf of whom were already^under indictment, have been made the^subject of some new charge. The state's^attorney is reported as declining to allow^new indictments to bo made against the^alleged jury fixers. It is suggested that^the accused are to lie put in^the same boat with the t'roniii suspects^usacceKsuricK after the fact. All the poaMMM^rc-iiidict^^d were again arrested except^Bailiff Solomon, who is supposed to have^confessed. Graham sa*cun**l bail but MM^others were kept ill confinement.
TheJlfstM explains the proceeding* re^^garding Staltenberg, by stating that ^ ^tt^^^Krichsou and William Bald hud informed^the slates attorney of a mysterious col^^rcs|m^iHlciicc which Stalti'iilterg had con^^ducted in July through Buhl. Letters had^MM received for Stultcuhcrg from Toron^^to, inclosed in envelo|m's mailed for lluhl.^Efforts Inst night in the states attorney's^office to make Staltcultcrg disclose what^lie knew about the letters, proved fruit^^less. _
TheNational Board of Trade.
LoriMVij.i.b,Oct. 17.^At the second^day's session of the National Board of^Trade to-day resolutions were adopted in^substance as follows: That our rivers^and hurliors should Is- improved and^maintained by the general government;^that congress should grunt no charter for^bridges over navigable streams unless^amply sufficient in width and height: that^congress should organize the naval force,^and that congress Im^ asked to foster th^^merchant marine by every Icgitfmut*^means, especially to South America. Tin^Terry bankrupt bill was endorsed and a^memorial adopted reciting its virtues and^recommending it to congress for enact^^ment. A resolution wus passed request^^ing the |UMi-American congress to take^action for the establishment of a unit of^coinage common to all American peopl^The meeting closed to-night with a grand^banquet and address by Henry Watterson,^who spoke on the general state of the^country.
NorthernFsrlflt- Indemnity Lands.^Washington, Oct. 17.--Land Commis^^sioner Graff received a letter from tin^general counsel for the Northern Pacific,^asking that the company's lists of indem^^nity selections, along that part of the line^of the road which was not completed^within the time require! by the granting^act he certified to the secretary of the in^^terior for approval. The commissioner^has informed the counsel of the |m^liey of^his office in the matter, and that pending^action by congress looking to the forfeit^^ure of the grant and restoration of the^lands embraced thereby to disposal under^the general land laws, no action will be^taken in coses where the same would be^adverse to the settlers.
Chicago,Oct. 17.^It la semi-officially^announced that W. H. Newam,^late vice-president of the Missouri^Pacific railroad, has been appointed^second vice-president of the Chi^rago A Northwestern taking effect No^^vember 1. As the office of traffic manager^is to he abolished with the retirement of^Mr. Wickea, Newman will have charge of^the traffic of the system.
Chicago,(Jet. 17.^A strange story of a^man supposed to be dead euddmly com^^ing to life was detailed to Judge Gary to-^doy, when the court adjudged Nicholas^Gehrig Insane and remanded him to the^care of his friends. Thirteen years ago^Gehrig carue here from Germany. He waa^an Industrious man and accumulated sou is^property. Three years ago be had $^t,OUU,^which be invented lu real estate. He be-^came acquainted with a La Salle avenue^young woman and fell lu love with her.^She rejected him anil married another^man. This Gehrig took very much to heart,^and Imp grew more ami more disconso^^late. At this time then- uppcurcd several
Errwons,it is alleged, who sought to secure^ehrig's prois'i-ty, which he had invested^in notes, and which he placed in an old^trunk. Gehrig's failure in the love affair^somewhat unsettled his mind, and the at^^tempts to get his pro|MTty further aided in^unbalancing his mind. Several attempts^were made to get the pro|H^rty, and failing,^the conspirators sought to scare the un^^fortunate fellow into complete insanity.^He was told stories of ghosts and hobgob^^lins and at night he heard mysterious^rappings. May :^ last Gehrig disappeared^and a short time afterwards his body was^found, as his friends thought, in Jackson^park, when* he had committed suicide by^shooting himself. The Issly was giv^ n^over to the medical students, and at the^college Mr. Sclimit*, Gehrig's former^agent, identified the Issly as that of Geh^^rig. The real estate firm w as alsmt to set^^tle up with Casper, a brother of the sup-
Iioseddead man, when yesterday a wild-^ooking, uukept-haircd man came to^Schmitx's office and announced himself^as the missing (.cling. He was insane,^but declared that he wanted his wealth.^Investigation proved that the man was in^^deed Gehrig mid the college identification^was a mistake. The unfortunate man^was adjudged insane and setit to the^asylum.
TheChief of Harvard College Announces^Hiss self a Pomocret.
Boston,Oct. 17.^ President Elliott of^Harvard is now a full-Hedged democrat.^Yesterday, at the Bay State club dinner,^be stood up with such solid democrats as^General Collins, ex-Mayor ^ I'Hricii, Wil^^liam Aapinwall and William C. Huswll,^candidate for governor, and in a note^^worthy speech said he was henceforth a^democrat, and told why. He said the^principles of the party were the principles^of his own earnest convictions. Contrast^^ing Cleveland's administration with Har-^rieon's, he declared the latter could not^bear comparison. Hi- prized Cleveland for^being lirsi to stem the tide of vast ex|m 11-^diturc in the |s-lisiou olliee. lie hail pre^^vented the waste of tin nation's wealth at^the sacrifice of his political welfare.^While on the subject of pensions. Presi-^iit Klliott said so far as he himself was^concerned he was ia away of |ssfAs4afaHsg^not only soldiers but old office holders who^had outlived their usefulness, after faith^^fully serving the nation, and not only^them but school teachers uud ail other^|M'Isous included in the cult-gory of ser^^vants of the republic, but in these days of^pension extravagances ami deceit and^hy|MH-risy, both in the application for and^granting of |^ciisioiis, it w as impossible lic^dcclarcd to tell tin- difference Istwecu^fraudulent paupers and honest sufferers^from wounds sustained or ilesease con^^tracted iii the war.
Uimiiin,Oct. 17.--The strike movement^among the sch^s^l children, which is one^of the most peculiar outgrowths of the^labor agitation, has become general in all^the towns iilMtut here and is extending in^all directions. In Loudon, Glasgow,^Kdiuburg and Dundee the children^marched through the streets and estate^lished pickets everywhere to prevent the^children going to school, imitating the^methods of tin- great d^s-k strike. They^even resort to violence ami break the w in^^dows of the seh.Mil houses and attack the^masters. They demand that caning shall
Is- at M ^l ishei I ; that tliev shall llUVC till
homelessones to learn, anil that they^shall be given more play time. It is a^most curious development of the strike^business anil is a g^xsl deal of a social^problem.
Inl.ove \\ iili s Colored Man.
Lomnin,Oct. 17.--George W. Williams^of Worcester, Mass., a colored lecturer^mill author of the ^History of the ^ olored^Kiu'c in tin* I'nited Stall's,^ has Imi-oiuc^iuvolvcd in a romance. Williams arrived^in London a week ago, having met on the^steamer an I'.nglish girl traveling with her^brother and sister. The young negro and^the girl fell ill love with each other and^with HM conse nt of her family they be*^came engaged. Tlie mum* of the lady is^not known, as sin* refused to identity her^^self when she called at the American con^^sulate to ask General Ncw's advice on the^legal |Miints involved in her marriage with^a colored gentleman. W illiams is at pres^^ent ill Belgium, lint is ex^^^^^^ ted to return^to England soon to claim his white bride.
St.Paul* Oct. 17.^The brakemeu's^convention will be principally occupied^the remainder of tlie week with commit^^tee work. Tlie convention this afternoon^listened to an address by cx-Kuilroitd^Commissioner Coffin on improved brak^^ing appliances. He urged the Brother^^hood to ask congress to lake action in the^matter and advised tbem to place resolu^^tions in the hands of every congressman,^governor and railway commissioner.
VILLARDAGAIN ON TOP
HisRortberi Ptclnc Bonding Scheme^Goes Throiigb lit. I Hash.
i for Kill
Isprerparsd to conduct a first-class hotel.
butwhite help employed.
FirstClass Board and Lodging.
i$2.00 per day. BHs*^w3sMi Kates for we^Boarosrs.
Sixtythousand Hoy Tramps.
Wahhimoton,Oct. 17.^In an address^before the boys and girls of the National^home association to-day, Alexander Hoge-^land, president of the association, made^the startling statement that there arc^iiO.OOO hoy tramps in the i'nited States. He^advocated the establishment of a registra^^tion system by which boy tramps mjght^be found out at d sent to farmers who^were willing to employ them.
FourMen Fatally Injured.^Wilkksuakkk. Oct. 17.^The boiler in^a packing house at Carbondale exploded^this morning, probably fatally injuring^four men.
Berlin,Oct. 17. ^The North German^(ittzettr says : It is not unlikely that Ger^^many will refuse to recognise Mataafa us^king of Somoa. and it must be assumed^that the other powers, parties to the^Samoan treaty, have similarly expressed^themselves, because at tile conference re^^cently held at Berlin all the represent.,^tives agreed that Maletoa should lie king.
Meat Harris mm* Mis Ai^Om In the ( old Ttw Mew III^or. Fleetest Yesterday a*^Mew York.
RgwYoKK, Oct. 17. Northern Pacific^preferred stockholders held a meeting to^^day. Chairman Harris presided. The^only other directors present were Henry^Villard. I^. L. Colby ami Ilraytoii Ives. A^Inrtre mimls-r of Wall street men anil^holders of stock wen- present. The only^business In-fore the meeting was voting on^what is known as the Viliard plan. It^authorizes the issue of $ll'.H,()IKI.Uk^ of new^live |s r cent. Is.lids |siyable lm years^hence. Voting on the plan Ik gnu at !^^:.I0^anil it soon became apparent that tin- Vil^^lard party would win.
JohnLivingston offered the follow ng^resolution which was adopted and which^is in direct sympathy witli tin' circular is.^sued on Scptcmls-r 21, Isstf, by Chairman^Harris. Tin- resolution was seconded,^much to cverylMsly's surprise, by Henry^Villard. The resolution is as follows:
Hisifmf. Thai the astders nf an lurid *t.s k,^representei| here, siig.rest to the ttt^ ^^mini* Istanl^of direct - ^i^ |a take lata eansi s let kua the rhstrl^tuition of the whole amount ihs' to prcferied^st^s'khi.i,t,-iH as h'niii as the company should |.,^^in proper position to do ko.
Nota negative vote was received. Just^before n. h ,n -lames It. Williams announced^that the lluaiicial plan hail Im-cii carried.^Owing to duplicate proxies having been^dc|Mw.itcd, he could not announce the^exud result. All adjournment was there-^forc taken until Monday. Henry Villard^voted a majority of the stiwk. Kobert^Harris, president of tlie company for^many years, ami who last year uctcil as^chairman of the board of directors, is^dropped from the din-clory mid so are^Hraytoii Ixcs, J. C. Bullitt. Fred Billings.^John H. Hrookman. The new directors^are: George Morrison, James B. Haggi'i,^C. H. I ..-la ml. (has. C. Bcanian anil J. B.^Williams. A slender minority of siook^was voted by Kobert Harris in favor of re^^electing the old board.
VERDICTFOR THt CONViCT
lisWas Flogged In a Michigan 1'rlson^ssd Recovered Ilauisges.
GinNlilUflus,Mich., Oct. 17. Christ^Johnson, nu ex-convict of the stab- prison^at loli.'i, ttwlsy received a judgment of^Hsswl in tsW I'nited States district court^for injuries received from a Hogging while^iii the institutiewt. Tin1 verdict disrupts^tin- ^ hole system of diseiphnc in the peMsl^institutions of th^'stall. In 11187 JotHMMMH^was flogged with a strap for grave insuls^^^rd|iri I ion ami violation of prison rules.
In-received a blow-^led him |h-riii itii-iil-^' Johnson went to^Indiana ami seeim-d a rcsidonee there,^lb- then broiiirht suit against Warden I..^('. Wutkiiis for urn damages. fJpnM lite^flr-t tr.al .bulge Sevins, thstrii*t United^Ktales juilge,ruled upotl hearing plaintiff's^ti-liiuniiy, thai Watkiiis acted in a i|iia--i-^iuilical capacity, ami that corporal punish^^ment was necessary to the proper man^^agement of tin1 prisons, .bulge .lacksou,^of the circuit court, held that this point^should have I sen submitted to the jury^and ordered a new trial. Tlie seiwind trial^cltMed to-day after ten days with a verdict^of aajsH for Johnson. This is a blow at^tin- use of a strap ill tin- state BgsjgJ mstitti-^tiois*. The statute prohibits the lash and^sanctions the strap. Warden Watkins^will ask the governor to call a s|s-cial ses^^sion of the legislature to d^-cidc what is a^lawful means of discipline in the prisons.^The stall' will pay the judgment and costs^of till' trial, which will Is- large.
I'lllilth, S. II., Oct. 17. I loth branches^of tin- legislature yesterday voted separ^^ately for Putted States setiutors. In the^house: It. V. 1'eltigr. w, Ins; ti.C. M,Msly.^Ins; Burth tt Tripp, It; H. Nf. Hay. It. In^tin- scnutc: Pi'ttigrew and Massly, 4..^Tripp and Hay, 4. A resolution was passed^asking congress to make an a|Hiropriatioii^for tsiring arte-iaii wells with a view to^deciding the feasibility of artesian well^irrigation.
Thelegislature met in joint session at^noon and pr^ M-oodod to canvas* the vote
for I'nited States senators. M!y ami
l'ettigr**iiw e re declared sleeted amid^rousing cheer*. The Issly then adjourned^to moot in January. I'.dgertoil's friends^p^-duy commenced an active canvass for^his apiHiiutmcut to tin* I'nited States^judgeship ami secured lis*endorsement of^all thi* iiii-iiiImts - -f the legislature. Sen^^ator Moo ly. Judge Edgerton, the state^oilieers and iiicmliers left this uftcrmsui^for Sionx Falls.
TheMaritime Conference.^Wahhi.no roM, (let. 17. In the maritime^conference to-day discussion was based^il|s^n ^revised international rules ami re^^lations for preventing collisions nt sea,^^contained in a circular issued by the^I'liited States treasury department in^Septemls-r, 1HX7. This was adopted at tlie^suggestion of the American delegates as a^basis for action. Is-cause it was in con^^venient sha|s- and afforded a go.sl start^^ing |s^illt. Votes ll|m^ll suggestions or
propositionsof changes are seldom taken^for the reason that after the regulations^~hall have Is-en thoroughly discussed^ttn-y will he put into bIui|m* for final ac^^ceptance by the committee appointed f, ^r^that purpos,-. anil who will Is guided in^tlieir work by the expressions of the con^^ference.
Yossg Irish a^Mis Father.
Louimik.Oct. 17.- At Clonmel, Tiptssr-^ary, last evening, Patrick Billon, a young^fanner, was committed for trial on Un^^charge of murdering his father by beating^him about the head with a stick iu Febru^^ary, IS**-. The rase is a m^s*t remarkable^one. Tlie tkwtors who attended tin- old^^nan in his last illness certified that death^was ilue to natural causes, anil it was not^until June of this year that an ex-soldier^named llyrtic, who Was discharged^from the army with a tuid char^^acter, accused young llilloll of the^crime. Tlie government took tin-^case in hum! and ordered nu exhu^^mation of the Issly, which took place last^mouth. When tin* colllu was taken up a^small hole was untieed in the lid over the^head of tin* corpse uud tin* Issly was^turned iivit on tin* side iu such a manner^as to leail to the inference that the mall^was not dead when huru-d ami must have^turned in a dreadful struggle for life. T!.^surgeons who condiM'ted tin* |s^*t mortem^cx.uiiiiiafion discovered a small hole Is ^^Intel the car. whence several fractures pas^tliatis|. This wound tin* d's-tors, -stsitivcly^declare was not on the o|^| man's^head when they attended him. It^must havu Is en inflicted during^lib- or sis.n after death Is-forc de-^cotii^h^sitioti commenced. Tin- prisoner^declares the whole affair is a dialsiliegj^plot against him, et^uc^H*ted by Bx riie out^of |m*r*--oiial spit**, ami In* suggests that^Byrne went to the graveyard boom after^burial, dug up the earth ami drove a p.ek-^ax through the oolUn into tin* head of the^cor|^se, ik-layiug aecnsatioii until In-^thought nature would have obliterated all^truces of tin* crime save a fracture of the^skull. Several witnesses, ^^lie of them^Byrne's sou, have sworn that they saw^Patrick Billon beating his father; but on^the other hand, the wound on the head^was in a lint* with the air hole in the coffin^lid. ami Byrne paid more than one night's^visit to tin* lom ly graveyard at Mullina-^lion. Plenty of people believe in young^Billon's innocence, anil will assist him ut^the trial.
..JOHN L. DEAD BROKE
Howthe Champion Has SqsiBdered Hts^RichbSTg ElTliNgS.
Hela Sold te He Fltfxesoi
laISrbt Within Ma Y^^Made More T
oru|U'oiou.iimi vioiaii^Wish- being Hogged^w hwh h*^ claims cripp^Iv.eJAt'' i his i I.,,-.
IF.J^vr.R,CoL, Oct. 17.^The convention^of locomotive engineers met in secret ses^^sion this morning. The entire day was^taken up considering the nt|m^rt of tin*^committee on credentials and other rou^^tine business preparatory to the regular^work of tlie convention.
TheLead Ore (Juestion.
WahHIXUTUH,Oct. 17. - Secrctury Win-^tlom has not rendered a decision on tin*^lead ore question. He still has the matter^under consideration.
CtesLeave Their Reservation.
Washiwuton,Oct. 17. The interior de^^partment lias been reliably informed that^the southern I'te Indians are fur from^their reservation in southwestern Colo^^rado, and are wantonly killing a vast^number of deer for their hides only, con^^trary to the law of til** stale, ami serious^trouble is feared. Indian Agent Barthol-
;oniew has been instructed to see that the
ii sM ired.it ioi is are immediately stop|^eil.
Io.d thai the Indians confine their hunt^^ing to tin* territory where they have a
iright to go for that purpose, ami kill no^game unless to supply their needs.
Which Msy Ween Develop^Into Flames.
Vir.xma,^h*t. 17. Petty spurks arc ignit^^ing in Bulgaria during tin- utsM-nce of its^prince w Inch may produce a flame. In^that combustible quarter the flame may^sooil rtcvclop into u conflagration. Prince^Polgoroukow- has appeared in Sella. It is^lieliovcd he has ls*^*n sent there by Slavic^influences to raise a disturbance. II. re-^i*^*ntly announced and had widely pule^lished in tin* capital and abroad that re^^quiem services would Is* performed over^tin* Itussian sold a is k 11 I'd in the war to^make Bulgaria fi *^^-. This ap|^^ -,l to eon-^Ibcting passions caused intense excite^^ment. 1 he regent. M . Stallll.ouloff, by
.olvi****of tin* i-outtf il prohibits the cel^ ^^bratioii of th** obsequies hi public. Prince^Ilolgoroiikow has protest,si against the^unlawful ami iniconstitiitiolial mterf**r*^eiie** with a religious ami patriotic cere^^mony. It is possible that I'm Ferdft.
Hand,who In at Geneva, may ls-ohhg***l^most reluctantly to abandon his jnurin v^to Paris ami rctii. n In hot haste i^. his^petty and tr..iililesom** prin^*ip.dity.
InSi-ri i,i affairs for the moment have a^Is-tlcr .ip|m-aralice. Tin* i-\-i|Iii-i-ii has^won her will ami the young king has had^his way. Alexander was permitted to^visit his mother yesterday, but not until a^dispatch had beets received from ex-Kiug^Milan at Paris giving his consent.
FATHfcRM'F AUDEN'S TRIAL
Lively Times In Securing a .lliry In s j^Murdf-r Trial In Ireland.
frToMstTfilitrli 17. Th.* trial of Father^Mel'addeii and others for iMirticinatiiig in^tilt* murder of Po|ii*c lns|H^*tor Martin at [^(deeiior*- Is g.in to-day at Marilsirough.^If the crown attorney succeeds it is his^evident purpose to obtain a jury of 1J^prop-slants. It will not Is* without many |^unseemly disturbances. So violent were^the protests to-day at tin* action of the^crown in dismissing every catholic venire^man hat the proceedings had I
arrival of a largo force of I^|s^b*-e. Two Jurymen. u*-c^-pt**d by both |^sides ami told to stand down when the .^pnsseciitiiig counsel was informed that !^they were Catholics, ls-e.im^* so enraged I^that tliey refused to leave ami had lots*^cjcct^*d by force. In tin* struggle th.it en^^sued several hol-h**a*h**l im-mts*rs of I^Father McKaildcii's ths-k t^s^k part ami^for .'^ time it hs*k^-d as tht^tigb a riot would \^result. A large forif oolioe is on tin-^way to Marilsirough from Bubliii.^^~^s^5
1'lieI |^l.i ^. 1..^ I 4 iiuo-lllliMl.^Nl.w Ynlik, Oct. IT, III the liplsi o|stl-^iau eonv^-iition to-d.iy. discussion on the^pro|sis^*il adoption of tin* change in th**^prayer-1s s ,k. which had ls*^-n passed by^th.- bishops, but was not *^*uitaiiicil 111 any^r**|M^rt. i*reate^l a great deal of ^-oiifusi^Hi,^but tin- matter was vuiiil down. The^i|l^estion of tin* adoption of the axel prayer^ill tin* book was then brought up. Several I^speeches were made on this and in tin* |^course ,,f the debate, Mr. Harding, u lay i^uu*mls*r from Missouri, obj*s-t*sl to any^more revisions. Th.- only persons, |M.^said, who will lie 's-n. 'lted by the revision^are tlie h-tuik-s* tiers. Br. Huntington^closed the debate and tin* alllelllImellt I^pro|s^sod by the coiiiuiitt^'c was adopted.
To-night'ssession of tlie Is sin I of mis- j^sious was .x copied with a discussion of j^the million dollar enrollment plan. It^wus finally resolved that sitbscrils-rs to^tin* fund may ii|^oii demand receive their^money back, if the demand is made w ith^^in a year. At tlie expiration of that |m*r-^iisl the remainder of Hire fund, which now^amounts to tfVv^,.n^), may be cX|m*iiiI*sI for^missionary work.
WAsiit.NiiTiiM,(ti*t. 17.- General B.^Cumplielt, of Kansas,denies emphatically^the dispatch from To|s*ku to the effect^that he has Itrati offi-red the position of I^consul-general at MellsMime, ami says I^the president has tendct*cd him 110 office,^anil that the publication of Ule report was^without his knowledge or sanction.
Ni:w YokK.Oct. 17.- Another fortune^has slip|s-d through the fingers of John L.^Sullivan like water. The $an.^tt) which bo^re^***iv* d as a n vanl for his vict^s^y over^Kilrain is gone, ami Sullivan with thous^^ands of dollars of debts on his hands, is^ilc|s*udctit nnee m^^re on his friends for*^enough to get a drink. All he wants now^is a chance to make another pile, and^with tin* usual string of g*ssl resolutions^he has started m once more to push hi*^way to luxury*. When the articles of the^Kilrain tight wi re signed in Toronto, Sul-^liv.ui liail li^ Imrrtiw *^M) In get then' burl^U training expenses were paid by his^bickers. W hen tin* light was hut he left^New ^ Irle.ins with *! ^^^^^. At Nashville Is*^was arrested, ami it took $a,*iia^ to^free him, t-.'**^ going to lawyers who^talked w isely, and Sl.lH) to court officials^and the Isiy who did the real work. Chi^^cago's great spr**e cost him tk'sM). of nearly^*40i of which his |ss ket was picked. Ho^had to Isirrow to get to New York. When^th*- stake money was receiv^*d by him hero^John I.. Is g ui the princely act again. It Is^commonly ^np|s**cd that John L. got tho^whole fjn.nai of tin* stake money, but^Charley Johnson ami Jim Wakely failed^to present him with their winnings on the^stake. Jim Willctt. however, did give his^$n,^Ml sink.- ami winnings, thus making^Sullivan's receipts from tlie stakes only^$!.^^.^ ^^i. The champion **stablished him^^self at the Vand. rbilt house with^eleven retainers, all of whose expenses be^paid, mid nothing was too good for th* iu.^Sullivan was then arrested by Governor^l/owry'a minions and. accompanied \yy m^chosen few, returned to his old batth*-^griHiiid, imying all the expenses of tho^trip, lie returned l^ the Vanderltilt and^enjoyed the same high living. He then^went to Boston with *-_'.(*^ 1, all that re^^mained of his small fortune. As soon as^he reached the Huh creditors presented^their bills, but John L. could not pay all^and w anted to have more fun. Tile rest^of his money went at Crescent Beach, and^Sullivan now owes ^ver f l^.iam to hotel-^k^*c|m*tos. wine men, clothiers, and ^port*^ing fri. nds, yet within six years he lias^mad** from Is-ueflts ami fights nearly
ONTHE RACE TRACK
1tYluners At Islington,^tftelh and Flsewhere.
LsxIMMMi(let. 17. The attendance^t.sslay was large ami the track fast. The^results wen*:
Twotwenty-seven class Cadwadc won.^Bracelet second. Marquis third, Jennie B.^fourth. Ik* st tunc, '.':'J^J*4.
MatchIs-twccti yearlings-- Stunria won,^Ailiiiini-i'T mssiiHl. Time, J .14'4.
Free.for all Jack won, Harry Wilkes^second. -Inn*' Mont third, 'l ime, ftts*
Twots^nty-*^m* class ^ Gnldtcaf won,^Bermuda second. I^^ttie W. third. Aim ^nt
fourth. Best time, t:tt
El.I'/,gan II, N. J.. ( l**t. 17. Tlie events^of th*- day resulted as follows:
Sw *-|s^takes, 1 1-1*; miles Longstreet^won. Cracksman second, Keportcr thirtl.^l ime, 1 *sgt t
Sw****pstat**s, *i mil*- ^ir^*g*iry won,^I dly m-imill, Mamii* B. thinl. Time.l :1H.
Sw***-pslakes,'4 mile Oregon won.^Arab second, I.lever thinl. Time, 1 : 1^V*-V
llamlieap s|s*^-p^tak^*s, 1 -Hi; miles^Barrister won, Huriisiile seeoml, Ttseo-^^ lisius thinl. I'ime. ^J :^ ^7 '4.
won.Swift s, coiid, Eginoiit thinl. Time,^1 :lo.
ClKi'lNNAI I. (let. 17. Tlie attendance^sas large ami the track good to-day. The
Maidenthroe- year-olds, t lire*-fourths^mil** Chandler won, Gort It,sot second,^Maud H. thinl. Time I is.
Thn**-yoar-ohlsami upwards, sevwn fur^^longs Amas A won, Pntchctt wrumL^M*s-ki^* thinl. Time l .nd,.
Tlinssy**ar-*^hls ami upw anls. seven fur^^longs Lucy V won. Iii u u second,
l.ileriilthinl. Time 1 :Hi.
Tweyear-*d^ls. live furlongs Chantries^won, Si v.i M111111I, J.i Ja thinl. Time 1 .-^H.
l'lir-*-year-olds and upwards, nine fur^^longs RtHtine won, llramlolitt secoti 1.^Prim-** l-'itrtuiiatus thinl. Time 1 :^'.'-..
I'.dg**water haiuli**ap. tw^*-y*cur-ohls,^Ihrei*-fourths mile K.x|m*ri^-m ^* won, l^ab-^keas stseaMtXt Mt. L**lsinou thinl. Time
Tlie**l,*4t*-al sluUelils lu **e.sl.,n.
II It vi.i i, I let. 17. Th*' h'th annual con^^vention of tin* Amerieaii iutcr-seminary^alliance ts-gaii h* r^- to-day. Th*' alliance^is coui|s^s*sl of tins-logical stud* uts of^every I'rotcstaiit denomination except the^piscoistls, ami has for its aim the union
of.ill tln^s4* il^*ii^^miiiati*^iis^for* ign missionary work.
ill home and
Familiessitarvlug In Labrador.
QlKBr.i , 0^*t. 17. A messenger fnmi^Bishop Boss.*, of Labrailor Coast, bus ur-^1 rived h**n* with m-ws that the fisheries^, altogether failed at Esquimaux Point and^1 over olio hundred families are starving.
Not(Jolt* as Represented.
Cl.rvuLANii,(lot. IT. Tlie n*port from^Boston alsMit tlie purchase of tin* Brush^K.hs-trio company is not exactly correct.^Tin* negotiations if colisunutted will mean^only a change of ownership of certain^st.s-k ami not an entire absorption of the^Brush coui|^aiiy.
TyphoidFever In North Dakota.
(iKANUForks, N. I). Oct., 17. Then- is^all epidemic of typhoid fever at Gruiidin^ami uriMt alarm is felt.
I,uv.Hill st s Hssi|S^l.
Atlanta,Ga.. ^ k t. 17. The IrisleAme^^icuns of Atlanta give General Put Collins^of Bastion a Isiuquet this afteruuou. Gov^^ernors Hill anal Gtsrdon were among the^guests. The feutun* of the banquet was^the fnspictit allusion to Govcrnasr Hill as^the right man for the democratic nomine^tiou for pn-suleut.
IsMMMMk,Oa*t- 1^L ^The ad*ln*ss of the^national eoiumittee, taken to Boulangor^by N*iquet, assures the general of the^fidelity of the iMtrty to his cause and their^con tldctice in his ultimate success. It ia^stated that Boulangor will go from Jersey^to Brussels, to Gentsx ami suddenly enter^France anal demand a new trial.
Kevoltla Crete.^Athkxh, ^K*t. 17. ^Four batalliona of^infantry in Crete have revolted. Chakir^Pasha is coiiceiitraliug troops to suppress^tha- n*volt.
Th.*report of the meeting of three com-^IKini.-s. of Turkish sohliers at Crete Is con-^linn. d. The officers were beaten and^wouudeal. Cliavir Pasha is helplc
Philadelphia,Oct. 17. -Geo.^ranft di.-,l t- s-day - His illness was I^biiialion of the result of a diseased^dition of the kidneys, from which' bo^suffered several mouths.
A|^atient Bgurer has found that ia^LMWi.iui years the sun wiU he as dense mm