Newspaper Page Text
TMhuLuD ov CDwN NTT 5T XrI t
DND DOLLUE PM1MONTH. A.N THO AU~INS P B .
VoL L-No. 3p. ANACONDA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER i9, Mg. PRIC. IV C
DR. D. J. 3@DOUXLD
- - -~
V. L. ST. J5*3, *.W. M.D. CUM.
ir. -M mmmi ft J.. _ ~s.
CO.m U bI IL.~ bL m. Jeam
r T. D. V*TZ@KRALD.
J. R. 3SXRM~XN.
A2TORNZY AT LAW.
MAI UO., OVUM SAMR " JACETR'S STO.RE
t. fLUIMT, Alten min Ceiuule at Law.
?,a~em M all of th. 3Mma d~ Umbed Ue
so aý s itw aa i.. N nn
F. P. CHIRISMAI. D. D. I.
as"-ri Vk e Mi sad o t.
TEETHV EXTRACTErD WITHOUT PAIN
"R. P. UROWnN*
AuaInel as saw.
Oas t amS i Jasa as Week, Mts. USSt
H. WK. STBPI-IONS.
PEYDIOJAN AND DUROGON,
tRants . MoEraN
we Utmmmý. l ea u o
DRS. MITCHELL & SIYDR1 ,
pL4NIr4P OII 140II0 IIT-.
(WNet to Masnu x1o1.)
ANACONDA - . MONTANA
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FITZPATRICK & ASPLINtG.
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AOTS.
Mining gUreterClEters and Conveyaneers.
ANAcONDIA -.) M4)NTANA
PH. BEST BEER HALL
The Beet Brands of Iqu ors and Cigars Ln the
Thurston Block. Co edr and First Mtreets.
eaulumg, a rrntt t uruett,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
Famlly nupplis a Speelay.
All Orders Delivered Free ot Charge.
shep on First treest - - ANA4ONDA
*~. 7MRR TIN*
(oerrPOra T11 BANK)
MAK BA SPECIALTY OPFINS CIOARS
DOU TIC. IIODiorKD AND Ts .=t r.
THB GOLD BOOT.
A. at the GOLD DOOT.
Ws W..I Park at. . H. SaurW. -reprier.
READ'S DRUG STORE,
J. F. DUN.AN,
Cor. mSai and romt eares..
. - - - moa....
O. T. ONRRHEI]r.
I ..ter .inid dml. In.
Flu Vles, UIquon and Cigars,
AND HOUSE URITUR
uIulgnu Al Um , Ia"m a mmla
ws..o l.lat. -,-m-a.
+ Pmimes, ArIneSmi.
+ R. J. BL.I)C +
sm e u3 m ma ." M" YMi
NOBLE'S FIRST LETTER
3- ONO$" Uf lab AoI.
Uinvng 3m" a" "mW ft 3 W"e
V""i " . an" saw pa su in
VMS". ". limb. was
W*aaiamwu, t054. 15. - eewetauy 1
Noble's Maest leeVr to Commilslossr TaM
or a the snuiet of rerating of psmones I
is -de pealle tonight. It Is dated July
S Thbe sctMry acknowledges the re
eeipt of Tanner's letter o Jul 11, marked
unoleal, best which he coud not reeive
as anything bet an offlial pe. raleal
as it did the question o autboty between
the ou i*ni and aeeretary, and as.
aertina that of the oe*leomr to be m.
perkb nas to the matter dieaussed. "Your
stio, y your own language," says
ry Noble, "ir that the secetary of
the Interior has power to reverse a .e
lsions at the commissoaer of pen
losas of an appeal by a claim.
a.t against whom oean mco aslonr has
deckled.. a the other bhand I for any
seaou it be held that the claimnaet has
been granted too nu penau s -, the con
anissoaser hLnself is the only peeson who
has power to call a halt and reduce the
pesoa. Tbhe eoaisealoner is laboring
under a j amppeh.trso.--n The
seretary., power to earrset any abu.me
in the tureu of penasion or t ay other
S s eS emisoer i bouf nd
to e that the law is enfored that t d
public treaseary is not unlawfully invaded
and that one eitiaes entitled to a rint,
else. is not unduly prefe red
time of beMaing or allowane
aemer. The seet takes up
the serating cases wich he eays
seem to be eely me
of pension tar lpong
to the date of the eamIg suwreana's
certificate, establishlg the isame under a
~ hg elaim for an Increase. In fact
he snyl the ea.mnislaner himself ao
knowledge. them to e eases of increase
pensions. The seceetary continues.: The
cases referred to were o1 in number. In
each of these the claimant was an e.m
in the pension departent ree-v
nna alary suficient for his conoretable
subsistesce and at his work daily. They
were asociatd toeeth. Most of them
bad been in their p.es under a former ad
ministration, but they did not then prefer
their claims; tbey eade then, soon after
the advent of the present administration.
There was no reason under the existing
rules that ttheir eaOse shukd
he made special or rushed through
in advance of all others. On
the ontrary, there were thenl and had
been for years, a printed ruling i full
force that no came should be nubie sI'e
iL al, excEpt ile case of destitution, or wlsn
tiMe applicanlt was at tlhe jauilat of deathli,
yet these cases were all aurried througl
y ymur ordoer while huandreds of tlhou.
y alns of otlher .pesioneers were awaiting
throughout thie land the allowance for the.
first tiame of the bole.aty the goveraIHnent
e prolmnisedl tlenm. Th.4se. other xwsiwosl
claimants were manmy of thomrn suupi.ted
I by no such salaries as these li.r
tk-tiular menu were reeiviing. AIad
the asmcuiation together of theme ones.
whereby this preference mseeawd to have
* senarl and subsequent allowancres ol'
tained is in itself a fact that their purpose
was to impose upon the eomiesi..er.
A further fact la eacn caue is that the in
a creane was allowed prior to the surgeon's
certificate in the pending clain, and that
the ams allowed aggregate over sltwGU.
Neither you nor I can aford to act uIposa
personal considerations in a matter of
tiil magnitude. We are each bound by
g law in all things, and it is our duty to take
the law as we find it, to fully exercise
that power given to either of us and ab
stain from abaue of it to any degree
The mseretary refers to the
duties of the hoard of review
and says it is an estabtished
and wllknow rule that the department
will uniformly refuse to disturb an adjust
ment of elaims by a foraer administra
tion except upon she most conclusive evi
de.ee, and hfurtermore old cases will not
be reopened, reconsidered nor reaedusted
except upon pesentation of new materlia
vidkence tending to show the existence of
palpable error or mistake. The depart
ment does not entertain the least object
ion to an increase of pension, the in
crease to commence under a pending
claim as the law directs and upon evklewer
to support it.
The secretary then reviews at length
the cases of three of the pension office
employee whose pensions were rerated
and concludes that the rerating was ille
gal and unwarranted. He adds: I will
not go into the other cases. TLey are be
fore you. I have said enough, I think. to
show that the secretary may well call a
halt until these cases can he msore care
fully eamnined. I notice you say in your
letter that you have such regard for your
ofeial and personal reputation that youa
will not permt these eases to re
main as are, but will order each
f the claimants for medical exam
Inatiom. The qestion is not what
.a yet ad a be found out
about thse mae. The question is what
should Iave been done upon their record
as stood when judgment was wrendered. It
may be that this gýveramest Is strong and
-, beses~ ut Ita.mnmuad a surplus that
mo e matn ever had, but if sums of
moesy t thde amountes above mentioned
may he granted without any further con
skleratiom than seems to have been give i
ar migle ~es'e4 whetheur the
renome.s e the pt shall be suf
fLdet fr its m ¶temaace or not. There
re mmore than enough of these appllca
lens aree Aled, and Increasing daily
to eshet the surpl. s of which so much
eneesmtien with this matter, I am in
Sthat tfor reratings are
gremiy the ~ nsa d now reach the
ameunt at fm sen to elight thousand a
week. The mareasry further yars he In
tends to have all these easrs eexnamined
nd has odered an investlgation of the
einsion olice. Pending the report of the
lvestigaton beard he will imsue n- fur
tr oer but expresmes his belief in. lhis
authority to control abuses in his depart_
tn by any mesaes he deems legal and
% f... Itbw.V.i I. Or.g...
Aksus CITY, Or... Oct, 18-Tbe ('cn
P.m . y wam ha a p Tis mornimg nfe
Umions crook b' lou highwapmu, sod
-, mM~c~ tab...
MB. nHAOIN AHMAD.
Smmap Abees l and amWerme as tse
3mw Tem. (es. 53.--The Wh *g amS
anmilr Pm- . t I-tt em, Il
wmhst mandi tansmong she hekis i_
msem sma re lri lease.. J. B.
Nmea ham, wih the epstlMm of lb
Dwye anhesrs. probaly s-and ne w
m.. sy than any man an tim eastern
teack. His. pre. will net over *3,04
anl . cmnt rail taM how large were his
wiuninImgs iaking his lwn horses, hbS
they cannot he less tlma an equal anamant.
This puts Hagln Ins la tine, Rst ank amar
Ca"llrs trlre men asel throws e e ~s
ear E. J. Baldwin and eenator Hearnt,
while* tar brhisad In thei strager enes
Peer A wbho has here hrs eledubbed
the "Berr all of e the rack."
.l J. Bldwin was use t t he Hoemtan
Housa lasti evening hr thSa 4m PFane.eado
Chs€JfIe orrepofntt and askel whlat
he would do in the future--kee.- up his
stable or cketrt 1tam track 7 He deklaed.
tht e had no intentlon of kweerting thea
track. altaough this year he had not mnawle
en·uih to pIay exjslses. which anNnellled
to ll.UI) or fi0U0) year.
'" For the" last forer )yars." Maik be. "
have sna.kl a gnesi $ltl).uaU each year. hsat
this eas hewas a haul waremen. ftar me. I had
no tfas three-ye*ar-okbe. and thel psnrwes
were for them. I dne't think of pgislg neat
of businmess, however. al as proof of Ithrat
huav iu my contract with larnesm fer sext
year. He is now ia nay euploy ansd I
gues will make things hunt whets ti.e
track opens agln." Buarson is said to luave
a contract for .0, a Iar and a pecnt
age of the winnings of hore....
A prominent sportngl nman who has met
in lthe Stselvaaat Houe last evenatag la
your eo pw..dtt estlmaed Seator
oasem.," said le, ".at all of this wentisato
the care and trainslf of anilmanls hut the
senator had great fa th in many of his en
tries ad bet heavily on hbis own homes
which were heaten. In one rmce the sen
ator had two home entered ad bet one oe
while the other took the race, nmaking him
a heavy loser. It ib only within the last
four weeks that his hores have msade any
winnin, and thaur have been totally un-i
eapecte b. y himtm anr styon else."
FOUND DYING ON A GRAVE.
A W.mwaa Aft~empit I. hi d. IS n Lcame.
LArIcwArrWK, Penn.. (htJ. it. -Wlliam
Gahle, undertaker. reeelvedl a letter ye
ttday signed -Elluzaheth Victoria lu
baker." requsting hinm to go to the grave
f bher nephew in the Lanaiuter cenhetetry,
where lit would find her dead tiily. He
inmmeillatelb mtartee4l anl therwe found the
woman aneontmr iour. with an tmpaty hot
ti. that had containcd laiadanuna ly
ing l"..kkl her. Hi. Iamarrieelly wan,
itoIend a piysk*iiaium and lby geat
exertlirn. the lirf. of the girl wan wived.
It had b-e.. tiac tu'tc.rsa of Nuis. Ilratlucikc~r
ta pray dily vi..it.. to thie ene.tcry. where
a fIavt~wit...)1-is-w" wa. hmrined two yyea r
agc. 'hla.rn .154" would rnmaujai for me car.:
wee"piflg fCr tlhie boy, to acuIIu she EItus
Ixir·n gne'.tiy attuitihtiI. hI Ihcer Icttr t..
time. uuaia"rtak.er mi uix"l saidch wauntiii laini
to Inter her hcub' aesaci lafimno ler Ibrothr
In New York of what imce has ldlone.. While.
grief at tli Ii hn .of her aw ulhmew. M il` Uald.
uwaa tme- n~amon sihme wamtmt.i t i toie. t trsae
reaieeenr Is that as ycatag tna:im whi E itl SIx-ll
uaiying attention.. to he~r jiited laer for,c Lii
catime. Shw ha.' mecoverecl afMtl.-clmt tern-tiny
to le1avc' the iity amd her when b, )amIart. .:Ura
not h- ateertaiulmel.
3'.md f Ik.e haieity 41tarI.
PHII.ADI:I.PHIA, (ktolmr 18.. -Joha Ar
thur ('landos, who luss .*-eaihu l tNhe aram.t
in laondkn of Mrs. Bloownfltl Mon.r. for
rnliinal libel, In renwnaairhel henr- a.
staying last spring at the lsn.su. of Mrs.
Moonr. Mr. ('iando' arrival i, thin *.ity
warn (oiuckkant with that of the. L,.lmn
Gaiety company. to tlhe fenal., aenlwrs
of wlhch troupe, he. itsn ncolnal withl tI
Marquis of (Q t1eUeislryT. was quite uktvi
ted. It is thoughlt here. thel letters frnsa
Mr. Moore to Mrs. Hulgnte-Halk.t. iWs
which a crinlilmal libel is sekal to lie. wr*.n
written from thlis city ald had r-feior'"n.
to Mr. Chandos' carryiangs ., withl, ith
Mrs. Bloo.nfl.ld Mosn Is* i a I·rs.o of
many eccentrkiitie". Stl-. luan spent la.s.t
of her time ins Kurope for the last few
years. It was n.sn.rted . short timn ago.
that she and thei p.nt Browlning iren. e'l-.
to he. naarrid. tent thie story was
HWut I.swrt.edl Vmaates..
BIAI)mNInarrot. III.. kct. 18.- A sI-iaNLl
insIation was ousled t'loay by thi. dih
covery that Leter Green. aim old rewieleist
anld businesus nasl. tlw street coininmin
elonewr of this city and for five year. ailder
mi.nll lan aetinr mnayer. had eloped withl
Mrs. Barker. the wife of A. G. Harker. a
Luandsonme woman aged 40. Green le.av.
him wife and four inlterematinl chillrerm
without a dollar. He took all tim nm4)liey
he eroulk horrow. Mrs. Barker took $1.jiW
of her own money, S70U of her buuhba.dl'.
and borrowed money to the eternt of
several hundred dollars. Green and the.
woman drove in a back to the depot and
took an eat.bouad train.
C.iepaese Tbtr Labe.s.
LOrInvILzro. Oct. 18.-The national
board of trade adjourned this afternoon
to meet one year hence at a place yet to
be determined. Resolutions were paswvd
opposng al nmodlcbation of the inter
ae cormesee law. and especially the
elause prohlbtleng pooling: favoring nui
tional supervisios of insurance antd usli
flemity in insemeace legislation; favoring
a reduction of federal revenues in a way
Ia whlcb will i um embareas industries
and trade; ors congress considering
platss for a nud favoring re
cllpretty In relations with Canlada.
.e. the Weld's Chemptemslp.
NaW Yosc,( Oct. 1--The rMst gage in
the world's championsbip orrier was
plyed here to-dgr aad resulted: New
-o.k SO. Bokl0n Is.
_ . o i l o t.r,
wm tNew York s. atteries. 1New V.rk.
EKste.mad Iwia Breok yn. Terry mmdt (trk,-.
ae e . 4aame wasealld on acoI unt
Death qr a tetNd brker.
CalcA0o, Oct. 18.-Jamns M. Nelover.
once quits a noted Wall street broker anlI
of late years a mining speculator. died ,t
dy at the Llaad hotel of hbrain fever.
Mr. Selower acquired considera.ble reh.b
rity a few years ago in connection with a
physical enaouter with Jay Gould. He
omae to Chicago to sell eome Idaho muil
LEAD ORES ENTER FREE
WNrWur 1 's iMi n khe
1s Qbiw PNS
IM me" ._ w Usy I ef In Wast.
4'.as.. . lam" N. Ask" S~c'wn s.
she 3tw--Eh 3O~sl~
W hlluxror . Ist- IA. WJrcmury W1n
dons to-tigbt narde puhlic- his "Nrg tcr
peeteel hail ai rkt 'kimin. in which ho- Mle
taius the pee.ent claua.flcatieje which ad
*ilwt' ure gnttifrresew I@l cme Inspnrt.dl froma
Msic fluye. of duty. Thee e
lettre pet mulgating the deicrise which was
Mclit to the custititiM ceflli'ers ku-chay. after
re citi th for enilfor clieIeiouas asseal pwac
thew of tise .ic'guaeloeti with rerere·et i tdie.
elaaueelnttcaoea of tices.cue'ssini.' ItI4esa)e: I
"'The- diuiaihie' cue ,neui-etiahk' ClaruC'te'r
of .in,.' .mwr wass tin. sahj'c(t of ietveutiga
tkaem by a ei. cmnuhl of d.c.ueast who re
pNert.'cl It ties. 1th "1f Jelly . IsM. *II 'tt
thaitt cHe'.e of time, ielracaater iee.'eeijume'c.
Dhttue@'l~ lall'. iceeet:it&iiiig Seete
Mead in welglmt that either
gukl cur uilvcr. haft asionrt- o ge i r silver
tiUstn 1e.441 in value' an- semc, in the, empinlna
of ties eutnnlmittec. rmehjer't to duty utnike
the e'xiftlag law. If the. ieusick.n pe
ante".l were a niesw on. sil a eld nlet hwn
the' muutujee*rt of aelslslmtrtive cn.trac'iel
fortilt..l by the' eupleauem of the. Judcic'ial
esanmiuttoe of the meentate. I woukl heel at
liberty tee give geater r e'.uklegratlo to thme
-Weighty argenenta which hay, he, acn t
dueed. toeding to c. tald he the dutable
charaacter of all orew .at this ekeorilgtin
ouemtaln ng head lie appurelahle. or cenule
erele. quantity. Marean uif It head been
rat tflwly cletmuemsirastecl that the'.
o r nt kncwn near e's
ttld." to he .. known cimmn'creally
Sil calM of mlve-. It taos haeila
he'.-,, o degnntru-tcd ainl It 3rjgg tl
faa-I that nina'.. tb. neIgiasa elac'IwIaia if
tWU) o the. mah~pe-t, cauapwu lanare a~
cnaa-tae Iwe.-amintlnxl ftwew~na of tariff
with rewatet tat Seul ne-en andl nrlv.. care- ye'
up...ilveb. I dnoc not l feiat liwrrty to uet
ankle the- ewlayn ehrlaaaltcatlon.
"It mel-S he aauaanaeal that the- naling.
andl jmeatlce of the- ceparta,wsa we'ft·
know,,r tea e-ongr-a rwinn it panmatl 11w I
tariff met aet IIUC. It flaunt he- In-Sl thrt 11w·
ak-wtlgamtieeaat .- ol e a~clo~ nal slve~~rc ewela
the· tariff inl the- absee(~ aw. f at Ikaglw*h(ti
ciafnltitace wan* that o e~Iwtiscg ela-a'laa~)Iog -
timast '..~caarcaa intecalake the-. e-uiancnifet i~cgs
lnhauuaalel tun tl in' (lIrtpnlacim of vales-au
mal ,~ lcct t~ ofqsatlty itin(w i tln-c-f aces' l .-esIal-t
-n-ellk thaylt 11,1 ala-iastacc-aa i~t in·r·c withac
le,n ar in--c elatlaiel ica-lctll~·. That -ecaan--4
laarl eat· ltlaa e,~·ctri*rl ant.r~c~ fear ice a .raragia
acs-~.'ac t inc~ lliti) *aaa- ~tcsIr .e ~tctscc 5 icwr.
lactal lice-k mcclam.-,~ fe-rnar cat e-xgrewwaccaa
twitH. csc'-l l~iekr s-yn·c-t-sC-saa-e- t ia-sel tic
cattn- Otwut.-i~i~ ge-aesiw-e wrbin·la-e-cs farniai na
acwre-.b~~r Ac-c crciisag cc ti.- as-c-I w-tia-a nae
feena actr c-wlc~vra-niasa celnl in- ala-r~c-sua~to Ia
aiftrata, ckyrlff--nsatl e-g Iwl~catv- atast cued tean
Isaeimuea atcimt ~Y Isa asaIs·l~p a-ste.(W-ac te 1r.-nil
Iluan. il a-aesaw(ial-rtlae-ac-tca- i*( ea·l)* tin. jecec
c-nt -isenlthc-*ctrlccea·, hn asttalneac fairee rof
(c-smg~rc-ceaeacaaa e-saa-sac-st .nlr~IUO am that
rehasye- ~ifrl cienir'e m nt in- nemeagla isa cross
of 11.1w cic'wcr~ljaiea an.r lnjeraa t wimel tenrrr.
Arrld.st an the Nueat. a ..
Hur7mtjlrncN. Kau... (k-. I4. - '11w . u~t
btflnld traitn urn. tie. Santa Fa-. tin.. 1 aniuuma
Hutlll,' n"r,&lsI blwre turtaiglat twe-lve. lautar,
Itef,. witb .,eiy tim. t-iweu.. .are ,seal two
Pualmtas. .".s.uui'W. Th.. - turiuta' amid
I'Puinmarl. .ultuij..r were- left at tlhe iauttu.,t
af ta ,,-*f,.-t e-maliatsktnhemt Frier Howell.
twenty muil..' wewi of Ik1.- (sity. A
Ibrik.-n rail was ti'- caus e oft ne atcrid..gtt.
Fortumiately int. wns Imrnvemm(te anaul adil the
panhl..grp*M were, Impal. nium"w~l. \ ..eisa.
was killedl. bt a muwart or tanwte" rIr ntmu
wee brulereul vand imnun. o klrn imjearedl.
Amnatg the badly Injured ar" Mr.. J. ihaa
vile of Lamar. Mo.; F. A. Alissnum tit
Elgin, Ill.. Mt... Mary Upftoa of Kerkuk.
P. Knapp of Falls ('iy, Nib., bad hi.. -col
lam brokems, ulad I). H. ('rath of Lawrence
.warn hurt nbaut te bead,. mac-ek aILn
The Pae-A merleks Eseralesa.
GARDu RArui,. Mich. (Oct. I. -The
Pan-Aunmeria e*scur.mou reauwetel hIure
this o'rnail anul the swarthy sons of the
mauth had thenir first vkiw of a heavy
whhe frost. After breakfast th¢ey were
shown thie gret furniture factories. A
a-ute of siste.e n guns were fitml la their
hobor. This was followed by a review of
the militia. fire departluent asnd ycickle
club. Tta delegates w.nr. meuch interest
ed in the grat furniture factories of
whkch there ar- 42 in Grand Rapids. An
Informal .-reetion was hekl at thle city
hali this evening and tolnigt the tourists
boarded their special train and started
for South Bend.
They Wore Ofired Smms..
C(.uAno, (Jt. 1K.--Tbe men who told
the state's attortey they had been offered
moaey ty P. W. Smith to go on the('runin
aryW asnd bold out for arquittal are Mesrs.
Frani.ls ad Wolfe, ntmubers of a dry
goods flrn in Etglewood.
No additional jurors were e-urnd in the
('rouin casn ts-iy. The all*ge*d jury ul
er. were admnittrd to ball.
illed Uy a Jaguar.
Lowuoo., (Ot. 18.-A scrub woman was
cleaning the cages at Hambur pgarden
this mornign when a jaguar plunged his
paw through the. tars of his cage and
paw to tacerrat her lsh so frigbht
f dl thllt she died in a short time.
LOVI OR LUCRE.
law Yost, 0t. SaL-Jam. Car.m.m ef
Chmeso i bt u. i ms.4mis M. th. rw.
ma tme mt. James tae is to his o. . He hal
mao beo marrid to Mime Mmad iHarela m.
It was i mmeMtmy after hIs a wivestes
in m.usk a l a an.ie.r that atlag Canrea
fell . marknmy sick aend went to led. Yor
tersaly John B. ('armon of (hicego. father
of the young mran, arrived at the Iwdski.
of him mon. It I.s mak that the Interview
that theme .onk plac was of the senr sht
uatsure, and that the paternal asutaority
was e.uercietd to tL very utanus to pre
vent the yoaumslr mck.n from vcnlteirirn
and furthath4rlO he flowery lwaths of o.ue.
It ser.n thast ('larnenn ere athmoillately
d tnae purs stringm; tlat ('rsanl Ri
has at vari.a.s timnes . limipate. the. lIrlge
Sletn . aloeocey given bin.m and is now
ablu.stely de·pe.deknt upon icarremtal
hounty. This ls to he with.lrswn
it Is mskl. if yourle ('arlMne a khr Ieot
iaaaemntiately railsan to (lh.a- age aiMil hls
n.iovery. Mr. Morton, Iaaslager of tler
theater whicl, yosamag (arune in sampp..eal
to conatrol in ('Chiage hat whirh the skle.r
('oarsot wlle,. canm.e 'it to .lew York ye-
t.esay alne, to urge- the y.easa nmaus to re
tuarta. used esow y.anles Carno i is ee.maiikr
ilat on. laa.e i .k. we.~alt actl ('hi. aae.. ea.t
hen otter sak. Muaud Harriueo atael New
York. tet maon we.alth.
It Is oanly fair toea *r of t' U.ctrIa whola
hu.u he ,,the rael-r i..t lil tllin atl iil the
le.rmmean lMeaUChki. that she ha meIkkm.
leftSa lw h.eale of her itance. )tf e*marn.
she 'tireul when the father came, hat re
suenetd her vigil anm non as the Iat parreIat
lkft hi eam'ns room. What the ltatter Is
gai to do he prahally does unt know
THE OLD MAN WON
Capteuartnm an tepe D.atgbeer While Nor
Leover Tok toe te Weeds.
(OAsK.AIEI, Oct. 1.--Joht Myers. and
Mary Pe'leannea.e rckles In tihat pontkle
of Nortb laklalud known as Goki . (iate.
Myers iL a hatrkeeper. wbhle M il Peuaon
neaa. bting hut 17 myars okl, is still under
her fattlra roor. Aboumt a yer milnci th
two hegan "keeping pa lsapany." and the
e ouare of true kove ran samotlbly until
friend hbittlad to old John Peuaonnem u
that Myers was not acting as hr ihouak
tuwanrl the daulghter. Myers had aeew
calling every night and twkie not Sunday.
hut Preeneeela anon put a atop to it. The
slaughte-r wept anld plema.kl in vain. ThI
father wars r cbdurat. Finally Myerm die
termlinsl t.o r u arr~ y the girtl andl aIn eIpe
nsIent was ularnnlel.
Mundayhnilht wasu liel aa the. date. Oin
uand. Mary ]was so tanaleaally happy that
the. old man's suapklkons we" arnesen**"l.
The arrival of a irl frield to tlay all
tilrist with his dahs1ht.er di11 1 1e1t le.na. lia
ulpleltilons. At a nclock lae tricel alt,. Slmr
of t.wir e.nule.nr anal fo."6e1l it .ep111,1. th.
0101-1n winIdow setIwilug tlheir slntral O exit.
ih. rsl.lu ton the stable. ,ne¥ly to llal l,,thl
1hit lames.-e g.1une. A .-ilglwta.r'a hors*. waR
Ihurrowewl. anid alfter a Pitltarl gallon1 of a
,,th. Io. saw athe. l of hlint his laseghtt.r
:asel y.-r'. aII ,ule." hierues nie.l h.r girl
frimuetl ,1In lh. e lwH.r. T'l).y wern. ritlilg
Iw.uIle*InL.k .iel. we Mlyerw was nit atenu
telulleel tero 1w lrwklesh.s of a lnoss. theri
I-on** wa. -hw.. 'M" ohl Insiso was -lis
,-vrrt.. lt.f.. l, he'v w rea.,.ll Ilw rinnlwaysy.
tanwviveyr. sut M**lrr twital frnes 1114- learme.
Jle.avis.g his suwl.ilie-art tol .t.r fate. alnd
t.,.k to tlh. tel.l-*.. Tim. fatltlr 1.1I wII
L.1Mrw, Istok te., WIt. I.ar,. .ent tIhw. frie.iel
ionw,. isiel I.kltekl ui, hibn laalghtllr. Nlyr
lhou Iet t Iemi ewee,11 milIe*.
THE LOCOMOTiVE ENGINEERS.
(hukaiem. Art That ha Uperd.rartea Meho
will tit. *)rf..alemd.
Ill;?, ti:ia. ('.phi.. (Met. 114. At t'c..ehs'r
,men.ajim of listh laws wlautive Kyginee.rw' ceon
velnti~ult nm.*w(t tritvi the mwewr·al finanet
ccu,,,,,,ittec* waw mrweuestred. Thiui in nmthr
st~uud Sec ineli~t." tice rreuaei I of il Beer
lilgtoc wtink... Thet annual fnancaHiaI n
juwt wan. scn~ee~tetd and adopb$ted. (thief
Arthur imiaele loin n;'ial ret port anal r
oninwtwlanti.ec. In wh~ich w" referrved in loin
annual aaelln~au. None.. of thaewns uller.
have. twen nu..le prMhii. Tb-night time
fede'ratiote eenrnitte" trims the.
UnIloos 1ituiiflc a.ngl a eeju.eial eºta
ntitte. ngcwbitflt4l hy the. eottvetatlntr
are- evoeikklering thin quenstion at a mewlrlai
nwertluig. F necsa efleU V rruatlum with a neanº
lIwr of Ietuciuig esgline.eiw teW-ie it I in
f..rr.I tlwh thlii. lwnrpnnitkic will h. tie
fematec when iriuca)gll ~lufor. the eunaven
tiun,. T'bh cheok-r for penrrancalt head
qapart.ru fir the nest ten yearn lies . e
twecm Ih vtevr Iticl tl'I-verlaail. A munajearity
cof lO e.mtglum-.*r.. wee its ti) io- ecgIwwwccl to
any Holmuea ".. £1d tlie iirwcfcanilitie. uI·~n.e tat
4 IHeveia wl will WS cle.e klulk mcI) rnw ln.m.i
rccw ati tim iauvitat,..of ctlie ('moon~ l'a~eitle.
it.e. cI.leijule.w will goc on taim *.:c~urwu.cim
ainuaiml tinw 1.-cl. A nlwrrial train of 3i
.earn wits lo-rtl.-gl. l t, ithe l',ieugm Ps~ille.
anid will hayiv." at .::In a. nt. atnd re'turn
lzale+ its iti. evmning. It I. .up..ete.l that
thie entire trail will he tllkel by okldegate.
I..mmmetiv. V..awta..v Whe..
Ihbllvcw. Oc~t. In. --Mrs. Kt. ('laird Lo
gfaum rt. Intl.. M.. ('ulver, of ('reskhl2
Iowa. Yr.. Fuihlr. of WianfLek. Km... om
.rr. of the ramd au illiau' a thhe thbeg..
hoxol of n ur tiv. Engimwws, emet the
wives and caugbters of members Lodf
lIe. B. of L. I.. last night and organs a
lroal amailliary. The mw oaganisation
will be knuwn as the Queen ( Cy Lodg
Uivirou N o. !B .f the Internatiomal ausil
Uarv of the brotherhood of Ldomuaotiv.
Knhaeers. The folowinga oa rs wee
eleced sald installed this e.ve ina Pru
kient. Mrs. P. J. McGill. Vke President.
Mrs. McIhiwell. S cae.tary. Mr.. Whit
lock. Taceasmar.Me ('ali
Mr.. Scott. Gui~e. Mis. rs fel. *sh t
nsA, Mrs. Monroe.
A summaheeei us6" !e.l.
Dr.iag. O(c. 1L.-Re-f.rtng to the
Lincol., Neb., d.spatches of an aw.ident
near Stlrting, Co.o., i which several were
fatally iajure.d, Paienger Agent lieemple
Iof the Union Parife mays that the repor
that anyone is killed is aboltely witout
foundatlen. On Munday the eagine of a
west bound express ran over ac cople of
cows vear Sterling. The engiae was
thrwn tru he track ad the eul seer
alight.L hurt, ut not so badly but that be
was able to return to work on Tuesday.
Nut a single trainman except the engineer
was injured. Thiw repurt probably grew
ma of this.
Appeal I. the ALemagter Case.
Rocutrxnn. N. Y.. (Ok.. I.-The appeal
in the Kemniler electrical execution ease
was argued hse today in the ---er
terant ofr the supreme coert. A dersi is
expected about January 1.
THEY LIKEUNCLE SAM
ftfNmhs& t a~'. lawesa"
"~fl doBATN cal
SAx ameusLwar, ()Ot. iL8-Advies . rl
Honohlul hy tie stmemr1 Ctlar 1of Pa
May: The H-awallimn caime4 la u'epemre
to a eonnnsite o cistesms who nd. Ie
quiry as te the relations with sle Unltaed
State. has issued a slatsement that as the
result of nearly a year' coakihdlriSionlm,
minLister resident at WLashl gto bee bam
instrncwtel to asertain whether the gop
mw.nt Of the nlite' States is wllinsg to *n
trtainl a propositine looking to
e.xta.uling treaty relatkss o 11
o.) le.,.Ie. aInd IIncease the ea
nwer"ial andl political benefit. now
enjeyeel. Stoeikl he find much wiUingnes
Ihe is iiatnew"4ld to opn newolationl. with
lwh- 'ulit..l State fwor the onuclusion of a
treaty whereby the following object. mar
Ih* we-ureul: To continue in foce aN
treatim. and eneaventlions now misting tll
mutually advantageous to ah Lgae or
nmulify; all products of eithe co ntsy
which are by virte of the reeipo
treaty adlnitted.ln Intei cauntry e
treated as of the country into which ad
misted; to provdkl for entry into
either country without t aud po
dlects excepting opieset Iqm,
of aobe than let perc ent. -
and aU articles prolhitesd by law a
tivl and effarious guarantee bh the f.•mhd
States gvernnmnt of prc indepead
ence and autnaamy of the Hiawalan
e.n.ment ill a its dmosnaloas and its
of asovereignty over web dtuinaltnms& t
enable she Vnitel State. savermept Im
do that witthust daga o te p em
with other power., we agree not to reg
late treaties wish other nations wits
the knoLwlede of the ['aitd Stale goe
ON THE RACE TRACK.
TweS.vd y'. W imamr AS t nSmgSy.a. 1e~sj
beath and gnwbiu ..
('tr ci.rxMAT. Oct. l.-Tb. attsed esa
t'-daywasr W !WUl aud tb. track tet. Tb.
erraulta weea. a ln ol w
Twos-ye ar-oki miaMide Iii.n. hail .11..
Maudunamaa warn, Martha Pag. mseamel
Pdly. thirl. Tim. 4f.
Trew-y..rduk aud upwards, thee..
foarcth- oft a ndi.+--RImini won, 3mi
mwrwrl+ War Peak third. Tim 1:14M.
'rfwa.j.'aw-hl. fiv faItes nn-Lim D.
wo.tr. Kiting Vcrtunate recoud, Salute third.
Tins' 1 add.
Twa.a,ýoda five twrlarngwn-Pullbas
w.xc. ttornsilcar ~.rea, Honeful third.
Tu'ine 1 MW.j
All .wv, aCeres furg.ZtSpn.4.su
won. 'rince." HowlingU econ.M. lHard
thrirl. Tias' I::t)
ELIAzIubrn. N. J.. (s'S. 1L--To-d..e'
."vrut+ re suite al: Six fuI~rlNtss--Bru Dar
wt:;". t n jLka. ~a .'nnal, Vit:rix thirt. Thim
Mint. "tool seiu i-el. tb--Br.asmswneart wart.
Ilurctr."rr rwtrrol. Carina Belle third
rests.' I ::,$..
Six furlg'rys Gregory won. Sir Jobs
uw".'.,d. Rkelurrpiem third. Time 1:16%.
Si: furlog's- Mute. woan Vivid sbmia
Lanti inthinE. Timn 1:17.
lile tud .mn.-uute.enth --L bmornt wor,
Pnruhal Sunes scond, Swift thirst I.
Fi*e furlong'- -Iluroalca won, Hop. 1lº
se'' tel. Tie 1 tM.
L:x n:e..To,'. Ky.. Oct. 1iL-Tod.da.
event.. rultes ace foallow:
Tlw 27 clai-- Sedlalla Bay w tr.
11. co'ndl, Ella (lay third. Earlhumb
" H...t tinse,.21:234.
Tine 2: 16 l aalna Budd DobS. fret, WUe
r lanrl M1. ineesss. Other hors. draw.
"Trae 2:40 class es utsnirbed)-Jars Val.
j.L.au Iwon lbs. hatI In 2:27y. BH. Gras.
'stake, 4-yer-stl. walk over for Rspi
Uo's. Tihme. 54:H4.
Th. att~lway r..l Uwerte..
WAUKIIIUToM. Oct. IL-Ia eumpliaume
with i.e pwd Inut mrequet, .OlIesbr
General C(bspisa he. reudered ma Mkt}
ioa upon a question mabrmitled tag the .dy
mervkre rdce-'n . Apri J. W.
Tsylaw wse ippaLite4d in the rgular wi
a railway Ir)ril clerk. Talr .
(ski d int Wks the.. oath of ofce munt Uaw.
I$IE . Thu tinm. when the rule to Imebuda
the" railway mail mervice should go int
.fftev.t having t.lueaa t eihd trua Mameb
15 to May 1. the. qu&4titu came up whether
1'e shooea~k) taut have been ubj toa~
civ~i service retxatlnaiue. The b.lot
gcm-mas i lia.' that the fact that Tayloefid
inot take the oath of1 ooce unatl sier1 /y
I is iaunaateriol upon the question of his
right to huh) the niMce to which he was a
pointed. It is utaderetoud that a r.
muauaher of aptpointrunteta ware mams i
the railway nauil servie jus prier to m
1. end in a law" pevert g al t Is
tae tutees wer oswing On Lt
n.. Skte unable to tab fiit
oath Whach fact it he. he..
rendered ter -ppPat bl r r 'a
opinion was appwed. by the aMsr
DRmwVIRS, Cal, Oat. M3-A mmasdem w
cseatted in the dimbliet comif yesomaru
oevsning when the misS.' a*kwlm7 SI AIR
m~d., it before Judge Decker a-ua
%has so long am SbarilE Weber or amw
his deputies were allowed Inam
v-nliegnwn or have aYtbmio so do wim
ship case of Jarne. and Cim Cnmma. ot
this cityr. who with JI.. bMarebm of Lam
man City am flow on Whid ceeurded Wilk
C!onspiracy to rob die Deaver&sw Graad
express people, they .CMM ma" amts
- at he daeThs
of substitutes to me* mlameam 0160 b
or bim deputies. On com-NEmlg 00101 IM
afternoon the mlpwatlom wee 0-m
and S. Mi. Cantrell aMW Jens ULV
weveappinte toact intodr
maw oKLZANU, Oct. I-Tbo uomm Sar
WtsMy l~mbed wis lndietMmV i I. Gtft
bmw came., oiee assiaw Je .
wts~ tweld socam' of thO ~e ~h
em-Taeomgw~c~ As p q
-om ot thbe ~be he h
$be taboed h.ft EW obmff 0 4