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VOL. t-WO. 9. ANACOWDA. MONTANA* FRIDAY MORNING OCTO.KR :3t a PRICK iacwa
Oft. D. J. MCDNHXLD
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W. L. ST. jUam, A-ILI I.D., C.M
a -lftn amesd orl.f Jmm Sod
come - a.i . In ft Jam BOIE
mm~ Kern,: to 12 A. U..It 4 sa" I o PAL.
T. D. FITZORRALD,
ATTORNEY A? LAW.
MAIN U*.,. Ores MwaRg a .IaACR'VS STORM,
Aamem .r M*In' l~~~·OUS
V. KLUAIT, Attu ami Corm at Law.
Vva~~hs ale aM at .1 :=4fos Unitd Niagna
S~t4 ý.bemr@1 Vlfl rimia 4ja&
F. P. CHRISMAW. D. D. S.
O ~ n~ee VhvW Moa d oak.
fET ErLXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
*R. P. flROkft4
AUUI Is aL aw.
uam is Da nts a Jadiya US . MaIt. Isr it.
PMYYDICAN A"D SURGEON,
&NAECONDA - 3903MANA
olkw toswDroel & Jeeky Wletk. Ummidmee so
MRS. MITCHELL & SNYDER,
tWemt to Momlmom Hotel.)
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FITZPATRIMK dt ASPLING.
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE ACTS.
Miming Brokworolect~ors and Couveyancers.
ANACONIPA . .MONJTAXA
PH. BEST BEER HALL
The Best Brands of iA rns and LCigarS In the
Thurste Black. Corner Cdar and First Streets.
IinulW, Iartt Q lemtt,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
Famny supplies a spedaey.
AD Orders Delivered Free o@ Charge.
Athp PItrt strees ANA*noDA
"M S. WT 1RTIM*.1
(orroarr TMs AwUSK)
MIAK.A SPECIALTY OI FINE CIOGAM
oail1rtir. INPro.rD AND KlE Wast.
THE GOLD BOOT.
The BEd' [nd Cl1BArEf plasm In she o0
is al t h UOLI) BOOT,
Ua Wlst Park Mt. F. H. SNAW, ProprietSr.
READ'S DRUG STORE,
A. .r . _ Mootam.
Warm Spring Livery Stable.
Th smm Turmouts in Anaoeada. New and
A.NDOAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
FINE NEW HEAIS..
O.ar uSADDLE 03 for ladies `ad oats
as She iaesst is the new Miate.
CHAS. W. FRENCH. Proprietor.
hi. smnt. Wesr eL Main. Anamosda. Mot.
AND HOUSE EU1IROIII
vo I-ttu3 W ALL in IRAN=u
WbJM @In a 0- A... . M
+ A. J. BLIX +
riw Cam= Dm4 a" Lr -w
i ..: .... ow.. wa. e w.
JURY FIXERSIN UMBO
led~ inin Ii
to Amowsmg D Wamb 3s.
S. j~ 3- *--mAg4L
C.waao, Out. 1i.-OGret emltemleste
pean- d ahbe the S-ey ramr this
wraeesig. Whessss ase aomd went and
dmse wee dispce bhe and thee
S.sad appeasnes Lndisated that
L 8as imaporant was In prre. Ti
first witsese was a mma Named Kelly.
When he eema out he refused to talk to
mepM Henry ltali.nberg, steoq
rphelr in Winde. & Sullivan's ol.e, was
in for half an bour, and when he eam
out rushed od in a eat burry to aind Mr.
Wind... After be iad disappeared that
gentiseman smade his way hito the comat
house and was examined by the grand jury.
When he eame out of the room be said to
the reporters that he hadn't told the srand
jury much, chbiey because be didn't know
anything they wished to bear. He had
eoen amound in the Interest of Stalten
berg. At 1 o'elock the grand jury came
into ouand t handed in 1S indictanents
1 ot whieb were on jail eases and the
twelfth a oit bill against Mark Solomon.
John Graham, Themas Kavanaugb, ied
malth. Jeremiah O'Donell, Alex. L. Hanks
and Joseph Keen. AUI these men were
already under ladietmet for enmsplracm
ar7 Windd b left the grand jury
aeeker for an e.der t mse statenterg*
The sate's attorney wise sometbiat on
a seed and Mr. Wids west to hir o ee,
where a peiaee s -a guard refbsed to
let him na. The a west away but
beturned aortly t..n ae f a
writ ot habeas as or Salw
ber's rein.e. !meer was set tsr a
hinga 4 etclsek, but as in the mea
e a tirnbse ebad beeso elesued the
was d withdraws.
o aty .Iedto snwer any qune.
tiones pult to beAe the grad ja
til he could sem an a Led He
be was usnlawralp rned of his ib
s, aed that he cruld give as testimony
No mew jurors were obtained today in
the QCrsn trial. Four pleas renmin et4
to oe Sled. Th deoeuse .til bas egh t
pre-mptor challenge.and thestae
Aesording to the D)sa New' the omni
bus Indletment returned this afternoon
was a useless proceeding except on the
abro that the parsagaine whte i
was L t all of whom were alredy
under indtment have been made the
subject of some new cbharge. The state's
attorne is reported as declining to allow
ow ndictm.ents to be made against the
alleged jury fixers. It is suggested that
the accused are to be put in
the same boat with the Crunin suspects
amaceessarwse after the fart. AU the peurons
re-indicted were again arrested except
Bailiff Solomon. who I. supposed to have
confessed. Graham swetred ball but the
others were ke pt in confinement.
The News explains the proceedings re
arding Stalteners, bt stating that Otto
_Eric.sou and William LDahl lhad informued
the states attorney of a nysterious cor
respondence which Staltenhess had con
ducted in July through Lahl. Letter had
beten received for sitaltenberg frot Toron
to. Inelosed in envelopes manled for Dahi.
Efforts last night in the states attorney's
º ofce to make Staltenbern disclose what
- he knew about the letters, proved fruit
LoI.asSLEs, Oct. 17.-At the second
day's session of th Natiomnal Board of
Trade today resoluton were adopted in
substance as follows: That our rivers
sad harbors should he improved and
maintained by the general government;
that congress should grant no charter for
bridlge over navigable streams unless
amply saulecent in width and height: that
congress should oranse the naval force,
and that congress be asked to foter the
nmecehant mnario by every legitinmte
means, especially to South America. The
Terry bankrupt hill was endorsed and a
memorial adopted reciting its virtues and
recommending it to conress for enact
ment. A resolution was pasoed requet
Ing the pan-American congress to take
action for the establishment of a unit of
coinage common to all American people.
The meeting closed to-night with a grand
banquet and addriss by Henry Wntt.rUson.
who spoke on the general state of the
Nerthera PaeSlk Imdematlty Lauds.
WAHINGIroN, Oct. 17.-Land Comnmi
-loner Grat received a letter fromn the
general counsel for the Northern Pacific,
asking that the companyr' lists of indemn
nity selections, along that part of the line
of the road which was not completed
within the time required by the granting
act be emrtlied to the secreta7r of the In
terior fo mrval. The comamlsoner
has infor the oomael of 1 polic of
his omee in the matter and that pending
action bl congre loolg to the forfeit.
ure th ee 'grat and restorsas of the
leads embraced t.hereb to disposal under
the general land laws, no ation will he
taken to eases where the mae would be
advree to the settlers.
Ummeed Inmlrwy ehmas.u
cuacao O. 17.-!t Is uSml·cal
ammmme.d that W. HI. Newam,
lats vies~pr..Msat of the Mi..w4r
pasif. rvailrad. ha. bass appointed
-seoisbsr 1. the db· d tr n Nthrae h
bb·l-Y NotheLs tY kIf~PflmEt N.
Mr.° ie ýw wa have cbsr o
aSW Th.emai. ma TraPs1.
WAU Wa@OW Oct. 17.-In an addres
before the baos and irls ofd the National
home assoation to-day, Alexander Hogse
land, Peldednt of the amocltion. made
the startling statement that there are
Wram b ramp. Ia the United 8tates. He
-ithe establtluihment of a registra
tlapeos tem by which boy trampg night
be found aout ard sent to farmere" ho
were willina to emnkw them.
V.. 1[M VIP laj Iemod.
W:L3SSaUwS. Oct. 17.-Tb. bolrn in
a packiUg bor. M Carbondae. exploded
IbiS maornfig prpbsbl [stam Injuring
SACK IROM TIN .RAVE.
A empseI sea as ia Aprease ..
£W w - a te wpt we
Cloen,L Ot. .1.--A t u e t a
m- em Ma rdhe ad imdd.e wei
i tg to ) ty O . ism
ý, whom tie .e-s gais &d NI.hdMo
Oehos mtn mssad wsmuassd hMio the
- of Mr bMeam . ThMresm pmeso .e
sa0 km. fre t O.1m--7. NHe as
a I m amia eseatmanieIeme
I . The. pean.. age a hMad l
whise he laveted i. heal -m1e. H. he.
earn ama _lated with a La Sae . an wus
and he .rew more and meae dshe n.
late. At this time therse appead eweal
pee ow wt ois Mrs hsmht t wen
paN·rks wh i h hh to.e l ha -knveste
In l l wicb b. plated in an old
unbslacing his min. u. l wattempt.
were made t get the property, anld faillng,
the conMpirators sought to ecare the uise
forteunate follow into camplete Insanty.
Hie was tol stories of ghosts and hga.
lim, and at night he ebua.d ny te .os
ragp.. May last Gehrit disappesrd
aau shet tin, afterwards his was
found, as his friends thought. In Jackson
park, where he bad committed smuilelb by
a ooting himself. The body was givt n
over to the nedheal tuhdents, and at the
college Mr. tchnults, Gerg's fumrre
r. ktIentled the body as that of Gch
N. Tbe real estate fAirm was about to set
w Casper a brother of the mUs
mlrS. unkepairaled man ranm to
Heheais's onse aund announced himself
as lthe mindag Gebrig. He was Insae,
bat declared that be wanted his walth.
Investigation pred that the man was In
deed (erlg and the college kkmatlfeakuen
was a mistak. The uaautaunate mnse
was adjudged insae andml eat to the
PREtIDENT ELLIOTT'S SPEECH.
Teb che of lara.l Cees. Ameamseess
llwesl u a lemseselt.
Domoas, Oet. 17.-President Elliott of
Harvard is now a fall-Sedge'd democrat.
Yelseedy at the Bay State club dinner,
be stood up with suet solid democrats as
General Collins, ea-Mayor O'Bricn, Wil
Iuia Aspinwafll d William C. Rusell,
candidate for governor, and in a note
worthy speech aki he was henceforth a
democrat, and told why. HeM s.d the
principles of the party were th principles
of his own earnest convictons. ('ontraUt
Ing Ceveland's administration with Har
rieon's. he declared the latter could not
ear comnparison. He prisedl Ceveland for
being firms to stem the tide of vest epeian
diture in thei pensius oafk-e. He bad pre
vented the waste of the tation'sll wealth at
the sacrifice of hbi Isditkal welfare.
Whilek n, the subhject of lswllnions Plrre
dent Elliott said so far as he hiunelf was
concerned he was in favor If Ienuai&saaiag
not only Moldiers Ibet lkl office holhkl. who
lbal outlived their usefulmes, afterr faith
faill rrin the nation, satld mnt only
helml tb Mdol teahurs aued al l.other
lrsmalns icluhded.l ill the. cakgory of srr
vaslts of thi redeabulle. Uiltl , n tlale seays of
INilsioln elxtravagnaslces andl deceit amll
Iypworisy, both in the application for alnd
granating of peualaitou, it was iaplussiiale hI
dtalared to tell the dlit~.ren.t. lutwe.ae.
fraudulent pauper. and honest smuffer.er
ftr.l wounlds sustained or l.auease en.a
tractrd inl the war.
Mrltee Chtldsre's ataLk.
Lofxtamo, (t t. 17.-The strike movemnent
among the school chikiren, whichb is or
of the nost peculiar outgrowtlh. of tie
labor agitation, has herome general in all
the towns about heem and Is estenditr in
all directioss. In London, Glasgow,
Edi'nhur and Dundee the children
anarehd throush the streets and estab.
lisJed pickets everywhere to prevent the
chilkldren going to school, Imitating the
methods of the great dock strike. They
even resort to violence and hbrak the win
dows of the school houses anld attack the
mnasters. They demamnd that casling shall
he aholished; that they shall have no
homueless oees to learh . auli tsat they
shall he given more play time. It is ý.
most curious developmJe.at of the strike
business and I. a good deal of a social
I3 Love With a C'ateresd ýasa.
Loi.non, tact. 17.--Georgo W. Williatmn
of Wor.'erter, Mawa.. a colordt lecturenr
and authlor of the "History of the ('olorel
tace laI the United State..u" h.U t.eonIme
involl ved in a ronance. illiatns arriv.d
in Londont a we.k ago. lurvilng nit nl tlew
steamer ait English iirl travelling with beer
brother and mister. Tie yFouagr sealrr ainle
thIe girl fell in love with eachll other aul
with the consent of her famlily they ea
caine engaged. The name of the ladly is
inot known, as sle refused to idllentiy her
self when she called at the Annricean c t
sulate to assk General New's advice on the
legal point. involved In her marriage with
a colored gentleman. Williams i at pti.
ent in Belgiuw, beat I. empected to return
to England soon to claim his white bride.
Eke Drakemee Coaentiem.
Sr. PAuLq Oat. 17.--Th brakemen'"
convention will be primncpally occupied
the remalnder aof the week with ommt
tee work. Tte onvention this afternoon
listened to an addres bt es-Railroad
Commsioeer ColUa on Improved btak
lug applianess. H. urged the Brother
hood o ask eoam to take action in the
mamter and a d the to plae. emol.
tsesm In the hleri et . .oenasmm.ban,~
-ssessmar and re Cw eemske
DBLINa, Oct. 17.-1T'h North German
Oa.aye uau': It Is not uanikly that -Gem
am~ will refuse to reaognise Matlaaa as
king .1 Samoa, and it mesh be eamanmd
that the other powers. parise to the
Samoan treaty. have similarly expersed
wstheaj.( C ~cakur t e cnferenc re
Geld at Berrlin a the reprementa
taver agred that /aleto. sbouLd be king.
s L.---e e magsimeeors.
DrarvaCol.,Oa. 17.-Thb convention
of oaeomotive engineere met in secret aer
sloe this morning. The entire day was
taken up conskderin. the report of the
committnee on credentals mand other rmu
tane blauseem peeparatory to the regular
work of the oonvent.on.
The .ead Ore VUeume..
Wwaumoroo. Oct. 17.-RNev taw7 Wie
dom bee met rendered a decision on the
led ore q tIon. . meill bee the matter
VILLARD AGAIN ON TOP
ft %Onm Pami hM" Sdbm
ow mo via l a ML
PoM~dos Uwwt ma" mu Aomnos &aft
o" &a Me celd-Thm now mm".
esam~ 324w as.~m.
Iraw You, (Oct. 17.--Northera Pacirl
pr.tcrrel stekhoklers bekl a meeting to
dar. thairman Harris proeised. Tb.
eml other director. present were Heary
rVast, C'. L. Coly and Brayton Ires. A
large seunnher of Wall street aen and
holkkrs of stock were present. The only
business before the meeting was voting on
what is known as the Villard plan. It
ntatloriies the issue of SaIOOae.lOu of new
ave wer cent. hands payrable 100 years
hence. VYting on ith plait began at IO:;.
and it moon becamre appareet that the Vii
lard party would win.
John Livingston offered the following
resolution which was adopted andl which
is In direct sympathy withll te cirular is
esued on Sgiptcmher ii. lot, by ('Lmirnuala
Harris. Tie rewolultiou win secm old.l.
nnutch to eve*ryblldy's surprise. hp Henry
Vlllard. The0 resollhtiOum Is as ollows:
M-ren.dl. That the hloersl of preferred stork
llte.rset hthre, ullagget to ties rlenmsnr hImaml
p tlors to take Into roees . tedr ter.e the dieturt.
inu of tiew whilnt amount ltc.. to preferred
M~akhem.e.rs as surm as theo t.olany should be
Is pre'l3r IlslitrSn to dow an.
Not a negative vote was received. Just
before noon James B. Williams annouunced
that the financial plan had been eurrJed.
Owin to dduplicate proxies having ben
dposid, he could not aanouoce the
raet result. An djaurrmenot was there
oeL taken until Monday. Henry Villard
veed a of the stock. Raobert
arris. p i dentof the company for
many year., and who last year acted as
elhairman of the b ard of directors, is
dropped from the directory and so ar
A lIn ·cr., J. C. &Bullltt. e Billings.
John H. Brookman. The new dircto
are: Georse Morrison, Jausn B. HaMIn
C. H. Leland, ('has. C. Reaman and .B
Willianas. A slender miuority of stok
was votedl t Robert Harris in fravr of rr
electiug the old toard.
VERDICT FOR THk CONVICT
.e Was Fltgged ia M I lhga Petes.
mad IW..Lvred els.ages.
GoIAN RAPIIDS, MiLh.. (.rt. 17.-Christ
Jcuhnmn.n, arl e-convlct of the state priao,n
at loran, l(aly mwrelvedI l iaJlgtlen-t of
$1.&rit in sthe U'ite-l Satet tlietrk*st eil rt
fer injarkI, rec.ivedl from a faiasting while
In the intiltutitm. The velrdict disnalptl
the whole yitetla. of ai1tlphIaa. Inth l-s4 jwllal
insltitllitieon, o'f tl. 'tlllnte. inl 14,l7 Ja.ln4Int
wi4 fn.gtl.E. witlh at stnr for f grave' nrslltl.
orIl mnlrao anl vloelattion of pr.anir lrs..
nIt I" I.bing flge.ldl I.. rae.rivecl a blow
wl~ he cIlalns cri pple'll him lr.rrnmle,,lt
r hli4 r(.lesL.e Ju)llllww went tol
na us al suarsea*l a rasilenc'e theme.
hn thien vtrnrulat mlit againit t W.arkdee (I
4'. (Watkins for t.'.M) * ldatguelw.'s. winis tie"
first trial Jueldlg Seviuls. district I'Uitedl
Stata.s jtslyrw..ralhal llpl hb.earig iplaintiff's
tEstiun1.lny. that 1V'atkinms ,net.hl In a Its y i
llie-cal cale.eity. anale that c.wrlsrral nltllisIt
ienlt was ee'nwe.ary to the" Imprwr nnea
ana.ment of tahe prisonns. tJun~e Jaeksnel.
ofl th cilrcit trw.rt, h.ekl that this point
shnultl have- Iw.asn shmltn.it.'l to the julry
a•sl ne aereul a new trial. The second trial
elekrd to-day after teln dla walh a verlit.t
of St.Jl* fer Jolhnstu. This in a Ilow at
Sthe ur of a strap in the state ns-onal Instillti
tion.s. The statute prohibits the lash adlel
ssanctions th e trap. Warden Watkins
will ask the govetrnnr to call a special eam
skin of the legislatiure to lakkkle what Is a
lawful means of dieiplineme in the pr),neus.
The state will Iua the Jdglenet and costs
of the trial, which will he large.
in law r ian, Wuw u Will an " aMUU.
mouth /l~akaa mernatave.
Pasuuthl. S. U.. (hIl. 17.--ltotlm lmranwlae.
of the kwi.*datur'* yea to-reay voted .guar
a.t.-ly for Usl'teal Startea w-mntor... IEts the
ltiia.eu: R. F. P4ttigwe~w. 101;. G. C. MIwly.
Ilpi; Bartlett Triple. 14; H. MI. l)ay. 14. Ino
t1W .4-nate: Petti w and Mooty. 4..
Tripp and lay. 4. A rwa..ut(nm warn jnawm
makisng eramgres.- to maske ai a ptroawlainaal
for hrhtrig arta.+iamn w-ll,. withr i vie.w I.,
.lea-kling 11w fe.udbility of artesianm will
ThIe¶ Iislature met in joint isalntcn at
n'vin ania gwneearwlaed to canvass lii.. vote
f..r 1'niteud State.i wu-nators.. Mnodsy and
1'ettigrn-n wern- tkrlaredl *el·..teul maktall
rtxtsing eleswna. The rlyy then hawirrnI( *
to, Ineet In Janiary. y. friEtltl
tulray truiniiratr.l an aetliv c(*iiVAiMM for
hIii, appoimatiiti at tW, t 064 rt9titel State,.
jawighmip and ,.eeurtwl thet esadaw&.menuit of
all tbe meaer. of the hegI..latue. Sewn
atur Mondty. Juili Eldgerton. the- tatet.
offl-eeg. anal maneubrt. left thu. aftaeriaoona
for Stous Fall,..
The MiarItims.e (.al .r.ae.
WAIIIxrolr. (kl. 17.--Il tei maritime
confesrence toluy discussion war hased
upon "revised internatlonal rules and re
lations for preventing callisions at m.se"
contalned in a circular lssued by the
t'nitd States treasury department In
Neptmnter, 11#7. This was adopted at the
suggetion of tie American delegates as a
bmals for action. because it was In con
venient shape and aorded a good ta
ing paint. Vaoes upon or
roapolt.ieos of chatags are as mtaken
the reason that after Uthe reula one
shall have been thoroughly ialrd
tle will he put into shape for inal a.
cep rce by the commritst appointed for
th purpose, ad who will hulde.a
tbser work b~ the espre.rs d the ro.
tto 3.... lTb. moLr envaies.
fmaturTox, Oct. 17.--The lnerior do
parteast bas been reliably informned that
the southern Use Indianu are far from
their rmeervation in southwestern ('do
rade, and are wantonly killing a vast
neumbe of deer for their~ hide only, ran
truT tthe law of the stane, and me.ri..s
tr e i feared. Indian Agent fuarthwl
tnewt bas beet, ilustructed to see that the
dlpredatioasa are inunaldiately stolpetd.
annd that the indalins Lo.fne their llhut
au to tae territory where they have a
rit to go for that purpose, and kill no
canoe uulss to supply tbir needs.
VmmSku. Marvlag t Labradee.
9Qvami. (RI. 17.- A muo.etnr ftm
BIsbop Mama. of Labrador Coast. has ar
rived here with news that the frlslwrfru
altom~tlwr failed at quinnaux Poinat and
over o bbulded fanilies are. starring.
WAS IT MUIDOE?
Amgen oet 11nmag .Irhmsm e s1. mug
IraU, lg wt.--AsI CIoseme, Tipper
ar. las. ee- se. ParWs Dilla. a ,e 1ng
tarws. woas e.m-m d fed twial n bm.
-.**mb or ,ltrdemrng bli .s,. i hesalg
him ashams ts head wish a iewlk Ina Io.he
smis In bi lass Wllems ereled stha death
was dIe ti asmtral cadmes, sand i was not
mmuil Jumee of this year that am o-eaklter
mutead Blren, who was dish-arLed
fbnto bh awmy with a had char
alter, a.cused puang DillWo of tie
erlane. The. governenit took thw
ea ti hand and ordeteel an eb.hu
matines of thw hnbdyr, whih nk plae last
month. When te cofln was take.n up a
small hodle was nkoticed In the lIl over the
head of the corpse said the heldy was
turned over on tle side in smth a manner
as to leadto lthe Inferesn. that the . uean
was not deal whet, hurile easl mut Imwave
turned In a dreadful sitrule for life. TI."
seeginaim who coneacted tise post meartena
.·-uanlsmfkin dcovered a mmnuall MIol he
hind the' eair, whence seve.ral fractarIn rae
dlited. This. wound th del lontura poSItvl
declar. was nae on the ole nuan'
bead when they atlenltl him. It
nse1st have tiawn inilictdl dehrillg
life or nna after deatlh lherOl ak*
crmnp.mition eoeaulneet..d. TIh lpriotur.
leclares the whmle affair as da iahlk.ual
plho against hind, conaecteul by Ityrna nat
of pirsonal lspite, and he auggesun thal
ltyr ne went te lthe grave.ara sei)sn after
Iwrial. lugl sip the earth alnd deive ar .rk
ao ibruugle the Itsll into the cined of s
I er . irpe, lainaa aeslatin n until he
t nagiht nature wukl ave h ulerat~l ll
me of the crne . e a fra re of the
Sskull. 1everal witlnesses, one of theta
I Dyue'o meon. have wora that sth saw
SPatrick Dillon beati.l his fther; but on
the other hand the wumel on e bhead
was In a .i e w'hh the air hole in d we offin
lMd. and Byrne pald nm*e than one night's
I visit So the loely graveyard at ullin.
Shon. Plenty of people belkeve Ia oeing
SDillon's ianocence, and will assist bthi at
Pass erit laha Vim.r... ...
Ilan r eber
V InWA, (Ste. 17.-Pets sparksa, weaIt
lag In Dulgaala durlag the' abmeme. .4 it.
princ, which may preduae a flame. In
that conmshutlhie qumate the Lfana may
gw.Iel rle'vefln Into a o n atine. PTrine
Dulaorgekow bas app. mmrd In Sof. It Is
believed he ha. been meet ther' by SIavIc
Influences. to raise a i taurtace. He re
cetitly annoutwead al had wkkly 1ulb.
lisbed In the caI.itAl and abeoad that re
q ulem service. weuld be efoersnul over
the li aelan melellers killed In the war to
catk.' Iulgaria free. This a ·ppeal to cLn
dihetisag faIisiemn catinteI intense es"ik'
mint. " regeent. M. %t.**t mlielff. by
ultvive of the ceaeae"il prebhibits the' tel
Iwatlun of ti.e othee'eriiee ini publi.il Ie. ',be.
Liolgeuroukow Ii.. jwueteet.stI iiaaltst V
unlawfual and mmtm'ou t uatjeuaa interl -
e.ne.". with a relagblus iiiwl *.&triietk ce C
moanr. It I.n wwe lm~te.l tlat 'rIms."." FeeliL
nurlat. whoua is at (;etImA. uLiay IN' il.liateel
Hust rieluctaimtly M. samleunl* hie sJeseanuy
tea r .ris od n~.ur to iI 1tat. it, hi.
3511)y sian) tr..gmuh'.esnmne glarIe'Iimelty.
I. Si rviai AIftmira fur time snoeue~t hayv a
butter Aegagwaneamlre·. The' *x-ereme-e"n has
won Imer will tihe yentnsg king hmaes lIt
tles wlly. Ale"z;,uL.hr waiw jwrnsiittol tea
visit hiss smacatbimr ye.e.rulay. bunt s not until a
dliluegateb luui Nuete ueeeiVeeI freseei ca-Kineg
Milun at [arias gibing llhis eon m)ast.
FATHER M'FAOOEN'S TRIAL
LIelly Ti..m. Im M.artag l Jury nr a
SMurder Trial Im rw.e..a .
Il)umssa.k-t. 17.-The trial of Fatler
MYPFa.klkn andH other for particilpating In
the nurnkir of Polk' * Isanpetor Martine at
(Gketre . ea Inm tUs-ay at Marlhauriugh.
If tim crown attorney mamcetld It im his
ev*~ent purpose to ohtain a jury of 12
protretanta. It will not he witthout manny
unemw'rnly diastmriasmwme. So vkdlent wort*
tim proteIats to-day at ti- a.tikn of td(
cIrowt i a disnauiniiag eve~ry aatlmdie v.mni-rr
maan 'hat thew pIrwerlinI hadu
to he meap,.nmpakd pe.edilg the
arrival of a laIrge far.e of
pilmae. Two juryinen. acal.pte by ha.nlI
ides and told to snand down wlen tihe
*irmw.utini a ou.mel war ifambrnmrd that
they we.r ('uathllkmi. *mos*a.ne m*) reramg. d
thmd they ra*fuamd to knive and had t. Ia.
a-Jeateal by fir,-.. In thw startig.rl that **n.
m~r m-.va.-ral ot-ha deld naemmlha-rm of
Vatl.er Mc"Vaakklm flsMrk .amk part anal
for a time it I.ok.-d as thwugl a riot would
remult. A large fwor. of .oInka. In on the.
way to Maaritrw.wilch from. I hblin.
The. 3plphs.pmi tesmurvIoal..
Nv.w YouK, 0.l. 17. Ina the Epiriwnpl
ian 41341V.It)ti I t..-day. (164065wi11 oIn the
p*w".seueul .ulo tistei of thw ehamarg. ila ttw"
;srayer-Iuw.k. whila"h had bee.aa paimed by
the bishps). lt wra not re.ntjijgYd in asay
re.ewwt. .re.atee a great wlea aif eosfuslous,
but the* nutter was voter) dowa. The
qiemutlisaa of She adl.a.tiswa of thte last praeYr
isa the book was lhan twoejbt uja. everral
wpace-ts were nande on thls and in the
course 4f the debate.. Mr. Harding, a lay
meulaer frarm Missouri. objecated to ay
more re'aleuaa. The 057 perwons. be,
maid, who wilt be hrneSed Eq the revisloa
an' the book-u.- larm. Dr. Huamtinteum
clorsd the dlatse and the amememant
th blt cmmuittee was adoped.
anbt eara no thaS boaad of maim
mins war ocrupied with a dlmecammio of
te million dollar enarolment plan. It
wars Snotty remmoved that mubaarabsm to
the balad may upon deematd aeely. their
ommy bhack, If the dumaad Is ede with
naoyea. At the eapiratlea of that per
lod the remainder of She funde which now
uaimosanao Um may be epeucded lor
O. e.a Came.tri Dema.t.
WAtuInvrwo, Oct. 17.-Geneal B.
Campbell, of Kanamdniena ekmapbtiel c
the dspatch from Topekau . the eRect
that he as been offered the pusition of
oaeul-Wgneral at Melbaounme and e-s
the president bha tendered him no olsee.
and that the publ~kation of the report was
without bi knowledge or sanction.
et Qute as sSepm.eeasd.
('Llvu.x., Oct. 17.---Thbe report fruom
Boston about the purchase of the Brush
EKectric company is not exactly correct.
The negotiations it cousumated willU ean
o.ly a change of ownership of certain
stu~k and not an entirt. absorption of the
Typb.$d Feber S. r4erth Dakets.
GauxD oafn, N. D. Oct., 17.-There is
San epklenate of yphbold fever at Gradin
and great alarnm t felt.
JOHN L. DEAD 8 BROKE
U., as ahnophn ft apnu
No oft M . vS f nmi3m
in D.Ia - WNW& Ua Vow so 3m
see&& 3m ba
NEw Yox,Oct. 17.--Aothetlr b te
has s.ippad throughb the l of Jebh I..
Su llivyn lik. water. The wihib he
rwrelves. a. a newart ler he vietary w
KUrahs is gonee, atd SaUllv with thue
amis of dotllas of dehes onm b hn bdsd,
teposestwrt oss more on his friendts Sal
enmough g p't a drink. A ll e wats oa W
is a haae to mlake another pile, and
with the usual string .o good reeoluoilon
bu has started in once more to pab hs
way ter isazary. When the articles of the
Kilrnin fight were signed in Toresto, Bub
livan hal to horrow $100 to get there bum
lis. truisiin expenssr weIre paid by his
hwckers. 'hen the itght was over he Ilft
NI ew 4 Irthans with $4,WIa. At MNasville bp
'wasu arrted, andt it took f0 to
fr.* him, 2**, jsing to lawyers who
talk..l) wisely, and $1,100 to court otficilal
awl thet Irr who did the real work. ('LC
'uis . RIet spree eut him sow ofa
SWl f wh'ihh his pocke..t wasicked. med
lau1 to Iugneyw to gae to Kew Yook. Whm
thw stake monuy was received by him hboe
John L. h"Pgan t pincely act mS. It In
enmanlysupp that Jo . gtt theJ
whe.). WW of the stake soe
(:harlki Johnson and Jim Wahel
to premeent him with their wimmitna. on the
stak3e. tme WIll9t5tsb hwwer4 d5g Ms
SILA stake* and winnings, msoakn
Sullivan's rmepts fream the stakes e
St'.b0e The champko estabslehed him.
se a the Vadebilt ho with
eIevesn retainers. all of whoae espesese he
pa. and nothln wa too e ohmd b e .
ult was athem y Sewee
eoWrye s emialio. e aeesmlpaeda a
maima of hise ll teo. As sl as
he weached the 1Hub ede dste pemesuted
their bills, but Joahn .L e suMem %a an
and wanted to have o h. TlM st
of his maoey woet at rseees t leb. asad
esidlivan new owes over f S0 tohoteI
keepers, wine men, cuhloe., sad sparS
in Ifriends, yet within sis ahe has
rsus).l fro. bmeatse and ight neare
ON THE RACE TRACK.
T.e.vegmy' Waamere At Let..aasma. MGM,
brtb aad m..ew he ye.
1.11%I S(TO (. (et. l7.-The atterniam.
t4.-1&y wiatI large' and the tratk fast. The
Two twen.ty-'.vcn classm-4~adwads warn.
litat-ahet ,wcrcH-o4@. Marqals third, Jeaniw Q.
fourth. Il.,mt ting. 2 :=,%.
MAtrf a betr* aemrilr . au
Fna"-for-all Jack won. Harry Wilkes
.t-i"..ssl. Jma,. Mint thinra. Time. 2:15.
TIwe twenty-)Ite ch.rn-(oklfrkral wor,
IHuamaltca wcu"nJn. Loutie W. third. Aiarnt
ficartli. IN-at tilthe. 2:11g.
k I.uXlmeKTH . N. J.. (ct. 17.-Tb. .e.rnb
of the .Iny reaudie as follows:
Sw..imetake-u. 1 1-41; .mier-Lo ..t
woes. ('c ruck urnawn nead. Reprter hrd.
h Filler mra? nie B. third. ( Tume4
ý]rpLr. l ab~r~ar
Arab mwou d. EIbrr tbWr. Titwe 1 M.
Handicap qaeepstakea. 1 i d Iss ..
HarwrLster WOST Btwm side ue.rnad TL
dlisiuss third. Time. Y07.?
$wcwprtakcs 5 h Mom--drl
' won Swift ."a-oEguEl, apr Tka
('IUWINanTI. Ekct 17.-Tbe rndmrs
was large and the track good tdy
Mahdeta ther. -yearold., threes-frro
nail.. ('handler won. GoaS Ru smeogd,
IMau H. third. Time-wl 3:18.
Thre-year-ukks and sapwards, movs Art
r Snugh Atorns A worn. PrneheWt maseori,
a M.ekle, third. Time 1:1"1.
Thrnc-year-ldv aned .pwank, mves flrt
t Icisga Lucy V woe, Ra mua .suern
I Literal third. Time 1:31
TwU-year-olds. RIve- fealoe--m.btawtrnsa
won. Seva rnee(el Ja Ja third. Thoe 130
r Tbare.-ye-u-okls and s pil mime Urt
I lungs VaarusaIe won, Bra I ooo I
I Print.-c Vortunatus third. Time 1:55
Falgewat..r bandlicap. two-y'ear-er.b
tharfnauhs abl.- Experience w. worn, Dli
ka-a.s wmenud. Mt. Lelbano tbird. Trna
" ,,Taa~elstarl tLrwrL· to aeýrl .
(ii It -M.O. (ck . 17. --Tbc lobb amnul eoar
v."gatiunet of Iia' Aauwrfrau iaatei-.smlnarnv
ialluutav tartan bete t ralay. Tba" alhamwe
i*n " aaj'warn'wd f tb..alagkal Otut"km .o
.veFry Prnwwtant denonaxuiIaioC xcept ts
F:. "iwo 1u.I. and banfor is km akii n
,f all tilium. u(eunaJuimaations in bern
forit-iw naiuinlouary work.
(he. Y/11A a Bme.w
AFLAt*W?. Ga.. tkt. 1T.-Tbe ZbbiAm
loan. of Atlanta give Uewa s1 To a1
of Boston a bimuquet thi armam.-U
muwo Hill and G jw.s wmw w (
1ý alkinire f scum orlb u.
tb n9 a prstodmaeab
so"" Egw Mm E .
3..Immnwav' RLe" wake.
national cimunsltsve. ftan lo, Swl~amw
bV Nabquet. ammume the uWasand ofOb
fidelity of the astobnaimdthk
c~on fdne. in bpin ulrdtionmat~e mwem sit
assa" that Boulanger will or t.j"MW
to Brumininei to Genoa aml =ums nows
France and dommnad a now Ilat.
AThEsa, OCt. 17.- Voug batafllnm of
Infantry in ('r*te have umevhw& Chaki
The rebort of the umetima of tdnes eorn
oani a of srt modii.,. a$ Craft Iell
fnned. The olcsrs we,, beatom a"
wousulmd. Cbaviu Pasha is helmbm.
PHILA'DEILP111A. (O. 1.- Gon. Man%
ranft died uadm'. His jUn... was a ~~
bination of the vewuh of a dimmam" Soft
dition awt the k~aw~ tvam whfr be
A paekra 8 e& a=d St I
l=GOO0O0t.,.m mum wN~ be w d~m