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ANOTHER TRAIN ROBBED
lno Ies I ee Ia LLArgu rin
TIm..--Le UNtl Imntl.
One Man Killed and Another Dan
Men Searching for
TEXAuRKAA. Ark.. June 10.-The Texas
& Pacifei train which left here last night
at midnight was robbed at "Four Mile
Juntiona." The switch was thrown and
the train wrecked. An unknown man
who was stealing a ride was kLUad.
The express messenger resisted the rob
hers and was shot in the right hband and
ear. The robbers then went through the
expre sas e and made their escape.
The amount of money and valuables
taken has not yet been learned.
A poses of men has gone In pursuit.
The asmengrs and trainmen were
badly s en up when the train left the
track. The engineer and fireman had
sscarcely recovered from the shock when
six shoaters and Winchesters were
rammed into their faces and they were
ordered to lead a march upon the express
car. The robbers had turned the switch
and caused the wreck. They entered the
express car and after a short resistane
fr Messger Nbtt th went
the safe seur it tis claimen,
After t hd through
this ear, the robbers marched the ensi
near and fireman and messenger about
100 yards from the track, seated them on
a log and told them to stay therewith
their eyes shut for one hour.
When the bandits had gone a distance
of about 80 yards they tuered and ired a
volley at the men on the log. The me
menger was shot through the t hand* an
other ashbot pierced his ear. The robbers
tIIt re r t a short time to
notff he ofbeers be who are
now in pursuit of the hbalit. One
yhas been arrested, but not fully
Yesterday afternoon $10.000 was taken
from the Southern Express oflice to the
depot and sent north. It is supposed that
the robbers thought the money was going
Great excitement prevails on account
of the robbery. Within the last few years
several robberies have been perpetrated
within a radius of 100 miles of here. The
people here are esperted and if the
guilty parti are caught Judge Lynch will
save court expenses.
A GRAVE. STORY
About a Man Who Was Said to Mave
tapped a theI laside ef lts ('iM.
CawAuo. June 10.-An evening paper
publshes a lengthy and sensational ac
count of the death and aleqed Interment
alive of Gustave Cantor, which, when
brought down to a statement of facts.
seems merely a suepleious case.
The story was first told by a workman
named John Stier, who said that on Feb
mary 25 last, when passing Ridge Lawn
cemetery, Superintendent Miller called
hin in. Miller was flling in a new grave
and told Stier he believed that the man in
the coffin was alive. They listened and
heard sounds which, Stier claims, sound
ed as if made by some one rapping on the
inside of the coffin. Miller, however,
commenced to fill in the grave and water
also ran in. covering the coffin, and the
Stier says that Superintendent Miller
subsequently told him he opened the
grave later on and found the body disl
torted and every evidence that death had
occurred after interment.
Superintendednt Miller, when questioned
by a reporter, sakl that when burying
(Canter he did hear noises. but on taking
off the lid of the coln found the man was
After replacing the coffin lid he saw
Stlers pasing, alnd thought it would he a
good Joke to scare him, which he did. He
subsequently clinched the story by tellin
of the alleged exhumation. The noises in
the grave. he now thinks, were caused by
water running in around the coffin.
At the hospital, today, it was stated
that Canter died of heart disease, and the
physicians scout the idea that e sulbse.
THE PARIS EXHIBIT.
'emmhslm.er Framnklym Ayn the French
Treatel the Ameriueas radueraely.
WAmMINTrrO,June 10.-Secretary Blaine
today transmitted to congress the official
report of General Franklyn, United States
commslutoner-general to the Parts ec
position. General Franklyn says the
United States mection received high praise
from the president of the French repub
lie, ministers who visited the exposition
officially and from the jurors. The gen.
eral appreciation of it is shown by the
are list of prises, a large ppoion
which were high ones, awarded. The
French authorities have been ery generous
and the number of decorations presented
to the United Slatea citisens was greater
thanen hose ien to any other foreign na
tion. This as a evidence, not only of the
kindly feeln tat the French bold to
wards the United States, but of the high
appreciation of the French government
of the exhibit of the United States.
The secretary of the treasury to-day
sent congress a suppimental estimate to
be Insrted in the lsgslatlve executive
and Judleial appoprttons. The bil
asks for an a of OuprO for,
idst-nlae adeltleo oisr, .cpL etc..
sud mesenr in b en lnd offce
and 0. oo for nt for additional rom for
the land offce.
uitateg the Queen.
NEw YouR. June 10.-Advk.es to the
Associated Press from the United State
squadron of evolution, dated Gibraltar,
May , live a detailed account of dres
in the ships, irlna salutes and other
bonor toQu Vitoria's birthday. A
parade dreview of British troop took
place on the shore, etc. The squadron
was expected to leave for Brasil on the
fololwing Monday. stoppin en rute at
Maderia and St. % i,,ent. The health of
the squadron is gowl.
stilI Another Wreck.
H t4NIBAL, Mo.. Juie 10. A Construe
tion train collided with a freight on the
St. Louis. Keakuk & Northwretern road.
12 miles south of lhre' esterday. Twelve
are were wrecked. Firmnma Arthur A.
Taylor and Berry Nelson were salded to
death. Several otthr train inti were inl
TELLER'- PLAIN TALK.
eo lamas tMw aeI . PIu.) lfr ltI
ver's sMses es.
WAsalarorw, June 10.-Among the pe
titlon presented and refesed in the sea
ate today was one from bte New Orleans
clamber of commeees asking an appro.
priation of I00U 0 for the establishment
of a steamship Uline between New Orleans
and the wet coast of Afica.
The house silver bill was referred to the
Blair introduced (by requests a bill to
prohibit intoxicating liquors on the
grounds of an exposition for which an ap
propriation is expended by the United
Thesilver bill was then taken up. 'nan
imous consent was given atthe request of
Jones of Nevada) that after 3 o'clock on
Friday next the debate be limited to fire
minutes by any senator on any question.
Sherman expressed opposition to
Plumb's amendment as the eect of it
would be really to leave only a working
balance of ten millions In the treasury.
Besides, be thought, the silver question
was impotant enouh to be considrd
by itself without lu ng in other c
plications as to balan in the treasury
and such matters. ometimes on quarter
days the scrstary bad to pay over
forty millions and sometimes he had to
W twenty millions a dy for pensions.
Realan tas of th e opln that the re
serve of ffty millions wouldki be all-ul
cleat and be Intended to offer an amend
ment carrying out that idea. He fthouh
the policy of punishing the people for h
benuet of the monomeallists and con
treeonista bhad been caried on lonr
enough. The tention of that hu
millions of gold bhad already ost the gov
ernment fora millon is Interest.
Teller saliit had cot No000,o00. He
went on to question and deny the acen
aeolr oaome of thb e Lsemente in Sher
an's last speech on she bill. t e of the
points was that the gold dollar had al
ways been on a unit of value. 'l'hat is not
true, said Teller, whether it comes from
the es-scretary of the trasury or any
body else. Another point in Sherman's
speech Teller disputed was that the in
crease of elueulaton had kept pace with
the increase of the population. Teller
argued it would require an annual m
rmaseof l umoao curreny to meet
the annual increase in the population.
As to the statement bh Sherman and
others that the suo of the bill
wanted a cheap dolla Teller said it
wa a species of de q , which was
a disgrae to the senate. They wanted
the honest dollar restored-the lar that
had been stricken down without the will
of the people and without their knowl
edge. The man who stood before the
senae aguing for a single standard was
either dishonet or ignorant and had no
right to represent the interests of the
Anerican people. Teller went on to
speak of the silver plank In the republi
cas national platform and maid it he had
supposed it mere clap-trap the republican
tick t would not have had such support
frin him. and would not have got the
great mjority it did in Colorado. He
said the b-metallic principle had had its
worst ensmy-ite most feert~ foe-In
the tresry department. It had been
within the power of the administration to
relieve the people, so that what
the people have now suffered was
"at the door of the administration "
bhut there was no feeling favorable
to bi-metalism in high places and there
would not he while Wall street could in.
fluence political parties. Each party had
been met by the declaration that congresu
tlust legislate mo as to gain the good will
of the business interests of the country.
That meant Wall street. He ren.aenhered
the case of a president i('leveland, ad
dressin a crowd of people In Wall street
and sayin he sw bwfore him representa
tire of the great interests of the country,
but the fact was, Teller said.
that he did not see before him
a single mllan wlho had ever done
an honest dlay's work. or ever produced
an artilee of commere., or ever protnoted
the industrial pursuits of the country. In
conclusion Teller declared that no mat
ter where the republican party or himself
should he left. his vote should he given
for that measure which would unloose the
burden put upon the debtors of the coun
try and do it without detriment to the
('all spoke in favor of f0 r en (ilage. and
then the silver bill went over till to-inr
To Mervey Nentam' Pauble Lard.
WANNImxTON, June 10.-The speaker
today laid before the house a aommuni
cation from the secretary of the iaterior.
suibmitting an estiate for the increase
of 110,000 in the appepriation for the ar.
vey of publie lands for the fiscal year of
18110 to be applied t tthe expense of sur
veys of public lands in Montana.
This afternoon while a private hill was
pending before the house for the relief of
H. C. Kirk and others. which had been
vigorouas opposed by Springer of Illi
nois, the representative had occasion to
peasout of the ball. and at the doorway
was confronted by Kirk, who demanded
to be informed why be opo sed the bill.
Springer replied that he opposed the bill
because he believed it to be an improper
measure. Kirk retorted in an insinuatin
manner that he knew the real reason of
the opposition. He refused to say what it
was. Springer became lndignant and
told Kirk that if he insinuated any in*
oper motives he would have lim
t before the bar of the house for
cote. Kirk subed, and Springer
returned to the ho.u and helped defeat
A Rig Ilaklng INhemp.
PHILAI):LPHIA, June 10.-Wharton
Barker him organisml a great American
and European banking company w,th a
capital of U l,0IJ0,00. one half of which is
to be leaied at once. The comnilny will
conduet a general frlancial Ibslness.
Among the American directors are Whar
ton Barker. President; Wilbur. of the Le
high Valley railroad, Vice President:
K in. of the Baltimore & Ohio. George D.
B. Keim, of tlw Readll railroad, John
H. Converse. of the Baldwin locomotive
works. lad others. There will he Euro
rligtae ia the Weedead.
KANMAN C(iI. June 10.-The reSunanttof
the wrecked W'aahsh horse train arrived
this morninlt. In the caboose were eight
wounded colurd men, most of them he
longing to Chinln & Morgan's stable.
Scarcell one eImaped with less than a
broken leg. Thyl' were re tnovel to the
hospital. Th' 11 table most affected by the
wreck was that .f J. Kellar of CynUtian.
Ky.. who. with hii son, perilhed. They
had five llrr .s I *very onlle was
THE CYCLONE'S FURY
1The of Aalus , Il., SM to
Fah Great Loee of Life and
llet for the Soene of
Jos.utb I1.. June 11.--A funnel-shaIetd
cloud pas.dl through the village of ('han
nabom at !' o'clock to-night, doing im
menlse da~age, killing and injuring, it is
undesto(al. quite a aumber of people.
('hanalhom is a town of abhout '1,U00 I er
sons, nine miles south of Joliet, with no
rallroad or telegraph faciltites. A large
dtrip of country is devastated. Reports
indcaele a list of killed and wounded very
large. SurIgeon were ment frewn here to
relibeve (iir sufferings. Fnun meager
informllon at hand it seemtu the most
damage wa in tihe country around Chan
nahon, and that the majority of the ca..
ualtils a~ outside of the town. Although
the plaoe is not far from here. there is
little hope ot getting anything from there,
owing to the had condition of roads.
While it Is believed the report mao far re
ceived ae exaggerated thbe belief I. pre
valent that a great disater has occurred.
At S a. am. nothing has been heard fron
parties uso left here for Channahon.
MAY 00 DEMOCRATIC.
PlitisU mI-eth Dakota t'&derge a <lral
Sr. PAUL. Minn., June 10. To-morrow
at Abetdsen. South Dakota. the denmo.
crata wiM bold a atate convention to nom
nate th* firmt |arty ticket In what prom.
Ie. to be one of the most exciting and
uncertain elections ever hield in any one.
sided mtute. Last Octoher the vote for
govornor of South Dakota was, rpubhli.
can AMOt democratic ZA,94, and that was
a warmly contested campaign. However.
tiere are factors in this year.* hattle
which baTe ilaen alment heretofore. La"t
week ta farmers' alliance, in convention
at Huron. organiuml an inmdependent
party, a"d Called a convention to meet oi
July 9 to nomninate a state and congrenr
sional tieket. It Is claimed by the fani
era' allianee that their inenkhpership cx
creeda 1O3UO. imont of whom th<e leaders
expect to carry wilh theuin to the new
party. It Is generally acknowledxgrd that
uitost of thes will cosme frosm the repeab
lican party, in which eame tile prtmemt po
litical statuii of South Dakota may be nut
TO IESLPOIL THE AINTS.
Irdmmads Watbu All Mairm VMsaie
hrrsal.ovr to SMe P~be gUtholsk.
WAatmweIr. June t10.-tensnr Ed.
muuds ha letroduced a bill in the senate
prorklding that all fonds or oierlr prperty
lately beloawling to or in the pxaseuslon or
claimied by the rp(l ion of the echurch
of Jesus ( brit of Latter Day Saints, shall
be devoted to the public conmmmn slcools
in I'ah, the money to be dispoied of by
the secretary of tlw interior in such a
manner as shall seeml to him mIllut ex pdi
ent. T'lhe supreme court of 'tah is in
vested with authorit to make all le.e.
sary and peeper orkers and dcreves for
the purpose. After the 'nited States ul
r.me court rendered the deree aInniul
linlthe charter and esrpeastimg to the
United States the lropertyof the MorImon
church, it withheld the decrel in thew cam
through a desre to finid the Ixwt llethodl
of disxuiing of tlw comflr.ated iprolerty.
or lndling private owlener to whoinm It
mighat he reverted. TIwh ol.e't of SenIator
Edmnlllid's bill i to declare by collgne
sionIal enictminellt *t what ilae trih nmall.ey
aIld i.rolerty inay Iho devnotl.d to and re
ievre the court of its emllArras.mIIenmt.
THE POSTOFFICI BILL.
The Report of tle Appr.prmatoLs C(om
unittce Aeepte~ d ad PamieO.
W .omIINlrTN. Junle l0.- Thie imeaker
laid before the house the elnlate hill
amendatory of the internal revenue
law.. It authaorii e the commisshimer of
internal revenue to formulate rule.
and regulationms hby which ber may Ih
carried direct from the vat to time hotlimng
department without paIling thrIugh the
internmlilat process of being drawnl it.o
The enlate bill isetil chanl gilng the
present system of dr onf draw lk on imlported
beer and fermented liqumrs llnd permit
thug thLe exporttloe ill u bond ill time sman
manner as distilled spirits are now
The Iounse went ilto conmittee of tihe
whole on the postollth appropriationm ill.
There was no opposition and time commit
tee haluilg lpuedly .lmukllekedl the bill nr
ported it to the hollue, when t Ilassed.
ThIwe lu, then adjourned.
ON TO CHEROKEE.
s.emer, oS TihlI" Way to ~satr the Redt
Si. Lonsl, June I0.- The lTrepubliice.N'
Sac and iPo agen-y special says the
Cherukee cemtmuionlers believe that to
morro will end the work of arranging
tlw final details in connectmon with the
deal made Saturday for the seessIoal
lands hdieloaglin to . the Sac alid Fo li In*
dians. The Indan are in high glee over
the primeplr of secrbnog a Ibgpaymemnut
sall and seem to realise that they have
the t.et emndof the deal. The richest one
in tl.t tribe I. H. C. Jones, who becomne
the owner of 1.s acres of land hesides
receivnlll t Ih in money. Other Indian
heconw rnb proportion. Several
hobmner' wagons loaded with te.ts and
other nIcessitlie were discovered last
evellilig lmailig for Iowa county to wait
for the gipetling which in espeted slon.
AIreed l'es a I 'upreslenits Hill.
W q.l.lartON, Junie 10. For the foturth
tille tihe reptUblican rvlpreI*ntatives were
in cawUs.l to-slight upontlh subject of a
nationml election law, the Lodge uil
Holill hills also coinig Uap. The lrefeTr
cll,. -.f the SoutWher replblicans was for
the, Il-aI plan. Finially SilLaker leedl
Inllcl oult how the elifferenees hbetwten
thle stellrensts of tiwh two hills tcotld be ad.
JuIsl biy a combiunatlion of lth featurell
or irlinl ples of each, which were ulcll
jeet*.1' to. His pr.Nllxatiolt wan uIlancei
ollou-ly .eepted. and ll.owell iid lIAle,
wenre inisItrittel to formiate a etun
TO IMPROVE OUR NAVY.
hid* for New Ships Opened at the Navy
WAMHIN(OuOx. June 10.-Bids for Iver
five million dollars worth of new naval
vesels were opened at the navy depart.
ment at noon. The vessels hid for were
of three types. There has been conskider
able excitement about the contest between
the rival shbipbuiklers. The largest of
the three vessels, ill fact, the largest
vessel ever designet for the U'nited States
navy. is knownl olicrially ai an amored~l
cruiser No. is ilan Mj.1tWton vessel.
Ste belongI to the class of swift cruisers
amlnd is very cloe to a battle ship. in
that she is Ipronvlid with a moderately
heavy armor belt sks a protective
deck. Her armor will he about fotur
Lnches thick and a curved protection deck
six inches thick. She will he armed with six
eight-iuch and twelve tour-inch breech
loading rifles and can develop 1I00) Imnll
eated horse power and a speed of twenty
knots. The dimensions are: Length 2D0
feet; extreme breadth 64 feet, 2 Inches;
depth in bold 41 feet, 3 inchee. The other
vessel designated as cruiser No. d is
to hve a displscement of &M0 tons. She
has no armor, but is provided with a pro
tuctive deck 4% inches thick. Her main
batteries consist of two eight-inch and
ten four.inch breech loading rfles. She
will make twenty knots an hour
with 13:i.O horse power. The dimen
sionst are: length 30 feet, extreme
breadth 8i feet, depth R fest. The
third vessel is a practice cruiser of t10
tonts and is a miniature man-of-war for
training cadets at the naval academy. It
i generally expecsed that the builder who
is awarded the contract for this vemmel
will lose money. as just as much material
is to go into her as in some of the larger
cruiserm. The appropriation limits for
the thee weasels are: Armored cruiser.
7c.70u.00o; eiser, 1No00,0U0;
Bkes for armored cruiser No. 2 were
flrt considered and were as follows for
the vessel according to plans and speelit
cations prepared by the navy department:
Unikn Iron works. San Franciseo, ,o0o,
G0D: William (amp & Pion, Philadelphia.
lt130,tU 0; Risdon Iron i& Loeomtive
works. San Francisc, St.480~000.
KANSAS CITY DEREY.
Riley Was Lama n. ld Uida's aiart Verge
tier Worn I. 4ood Ttime..
KANAN C('ITY, June 10.-The opening
day of the spring meeting of the Kansas
Jockey club was Ierby day and was
attended by over 12,0i1 people. (:orl.
gan's Riley was entered for the derby,
but Ie showed up Ltean this morning and
his owner lsratched him. The winner,
however, was a Kansas ('ity hore, Verge
I)or, owned by William Mulkey, owner of
La Premr. who wo who won the last year's
derby. Ther were nine entries for the
derby. but when the bugle called the
home to the saddle only four responded -
I)ollikena, Blue Vail, Vrgo l)ar and Lord
of the Harem. VYge or kept the lead
of a length ahead of the Lod of the Harem
into the stretch and at the betting stand
increased it to another length aid won as
Lhe lord of Hae sead and
iaste~d. Blue all last. Time,
(ne mile Three-year odds and up
wards, Chutrhill Clarke won. (Or, second.
Panola third. Time I :51i 2-5.
Five furlongs For 2-year olds,. Parapet
won. Iklwheirry seond. Shalwnee thrnl.
T'Jime 1:11 4-5.
Six furlonag Hleats for tlnee-year oldd
anld ulpwardns: lirut he-at. KSro won, May
hart seouel, otaher. distanice.l. Time
1 :?21 :-. e."con1d hIet, Kir) womn, May
Hart a-ecodl. Titme. I :. :s-s.
Mile and a sixteenth For tinare-.year
olds alld upwardst. Mandollin woiDl, Metal
n.eianil. iRelgarnlle third. Time.2 till I-,..
TO SHUT OUT JIM HILL.
HIa. the Nortlhern Parl.tr ('lmid the- %erth
ern'. Ia.. toI the C'usl :
NI:w 'Y4IIK. Junt. 10. TlNw Tiuesr ays
that tl" cnferet.ne. of raillroad menI Ilkld
in this city a few days ago ' result..l in all
agri.e lllmlt by whi 1.h the ..Northlerl P1aifllc
cbtain e'.ontrIl .of the. Se.attle. LakeL Shllcn
& IEas:terl illcmilleteel rowul iprojt.ctli
frenl Seattle to SpI.kanle Falls. Washing
tai. by annsumling thw obligation of all its
Ih IeI.h. nw hullndler Ililk. is alrerady
built. The. conltract is signed I by H. (I.
Arlnouir. (ienm. Tlhomis i. LM woan asnd i:d
warl I1. I)lhhater. rep)resentingl tie wa.ttle
road. This deaf itlra ttkally ,ut i clt thel
Great (orwthlwrl frnl eolllleting at Piuget
Sun.lld. It in aIthlritatively state(l itht
Villanl Iwhd eenuraelllunmt of t1w land
hurderinig oll Lake. Washlllgt m and the
line will run arunltlwe lLake.
It i. aln reported oil t1il allthorIty of
ilartlks high in RiHe.mana)ld Terillnal affairs
that Iew Nortiwrnl Pacifll wail oined with
thi Itichondll Tenrsinal in tiw ieal and
awsil un' twe Haltiirnmew & Ohi an aill
easatenrll conne-tionl'l. Tilw d.eal in aIIs
uidl o(, incelde pr-ewiIioln for aal arrallge*
nI1nt by whichi thle Paitle Mail Steam.
ship line will inake T taeolna iN- termlinal
point and give' .w Nuortlern Pacilil rail
road a trall-Paciine ervlr*L..
(alvin S. Brkie and SamulIel ThoInas
will be directrs oft tiw HYaitiniore & I Ohio
in a few days and repre.ent tlh Iew in
tesrets in the huard.
High Pricml Here flsht.
MORRIM I'ARIK, N, Y.. June 10. A nui-*
her of pIrominelnt horellen, each of
whom were anxious to .seure a yearling
f.rm the great McGrath. at the McGrath
Jana stud of lesington.tto. dedthe males
tolday. All average of $1..;10 war had.
whk'h *h I the hest ever raired i• this
coEmitry. Amongg the high prices imad
were for a Iy iolt by I )nnmd.ga. sokl to
J. A. and A. ii. Morris, fur 84.0W a bay
or brown uolt, by lantltellow; a brwn
colt. by ltrathlrmore. to('ol. Hill. S..'5.M;
a brown filly, by Duke of Montrome to J.
A. and A. H. Morris for St.2i0: a chestnut
lilly by ( inolclag to I'. Lorrallard, $,10J0.
I aletUlme tita the Plum.
AP all.m(TIo. JuIne 10. The republicall
lsenator went into cau.r'us to-night for the
selection of a successor to Col. W. P. ('ai
amlay, sergant-at-arnms. who retires the
thl. ('andidates for the position were
IRead~ of Mailne. llyngton of Connecticut,
IDunnl of Delaware. uiley of Peanilyl
vanliua, Swlrnds of lows, Valentilnel of
Nebraska, l ReId olf Minnlesota, and Ge(;n.
aInC.er S. Wils.ll of Fotellal, MoIIIt.
After miuchl wrangllinmg ex-Rgepne.lntative.
Vailknmlll. of .Nebltraska was chlimos,.
A llntana lally stI. Her I)re.ew.
%\i Yo 'E, Jiinle 10. -Two thotmusanl
doll;r.' wo.rlh of E ilk diress's anl lace.s
tela.nlinlmg to it Mrs. (Gleiln of Montana
were' wasttl.I at the customs houm e tob-tiy.
IMr.. Ilen arrived to t.he ArizOllnu fr(.W
l '.'vrl . , m.1 mlI saidl thle truml k whih mi,l . -
tn11.u d ihi. i ts lr,01 IIu. tlliti El dutiable.
CLOSING THEIR COURSE
Co SGonmm t Weel of th CNIl
W. C. T. U. Ladles Visit the Peniten
tiary- Death of a Butte Burglar
The County's Registra
l)nai lA,.i., June lI. B-.rrillg the ex
amlnations time corn cemellnren t exercisme
tegan on MSunday afternoon with the Ber
calaureate sermon. The sermon was
preched hby Dr. I). J. MeMillan, president
of the college. and was listened to with
the greatest attention. Last evelnng Rev.
F. D. Kelsey of Helena lectured before
the literary society of the college, his sub
Ject heing "vIlanhol." He told the heau
tifltl story of Iraniho and then com
mended the novel for its purity of style
and its elevation of womanhood.
Throughout the lecture was a grand piece
of word-painltng and delivered with
splendid voice and magnifieent acting.
To-night the concert of the musical de
partment took place at Cottonwood ball
and was largely attended. It was under
the management of Mrs. D. J. McMillan
and Miss Kate (olvin, music tesmLaes at
the college. The performers were the
pupils in the musical department. The
progrmsmme was entertaining in
every part anl exhibited the
most faithful performance on the part
of the teachers, and the metest m
in musical culture, both instrumemtal ard
vocal on the pat of all the . To
mormw n thel u ndergraduate exhibi
cion will cb pdic.
Today was ission Flower day in Deer
l of the W.('. T. I'. Visits were
nude to all the sick of the town, to the
hospital to the jail and to the penale.
tiary. The serv.ces at the penlite#tiary
were elaborate. There were about 8U
ladies and glrls present, hbsides may
men. There was a special service held
which was not on the original pseman.
Edwardnt Brady, a prisoner wo ben
ihut recently sentned tam NUIlver Bow
unty for brllr and forgery, died this
morning at 6 o clock from the elfects of
injuries received in jumaptg fro the
train when being brought from Butte. It
was concluded to ld the funeral of
Brdy while the lades were there, but
ere the mission services. The body
was brought in in the colin and
placed at the end of one of the long
corridors and the prisoners marched in
and seated themselves, ahnost filling the
corridor. The funeral sermon was
reached by L)r. S. K. Wishard of lkDe
Moines, lowa, who happened to be pm
ent. The serman was practical but im
mlive. After the funeral services the
was taken to the prison, grave yant
south of the prison four prisoners acting
as pall heaere. This service beil tn
SYmis son ervice begsan li
+l~m rbolt pll4 blpm ]ill"rl
prison chair partiipat?. UMrs. Charles
RHkh of ~Hoeman, superintendent of
prison work in Montana for the W. I'. T.
'., then gave a lengthy but interesting
talk to the prisoners. Flower. in paol
ioul were then distribhuted to all the in
m'atew with good (hristian advice. After
the Mission servkice was finished the visi
tors were invited to take seats upon the
lan in the sadle on the west side of the
prison to be Mlntertained by the prison
chllolr. The pian was rought out upon
the steps and for one hour at least the au
dience listened to the most excellent
m,usic. The volces of the prisonrs are
well trained and the prisoners make as
gIoxl a choir as can he found in Montana.
Tonm MlcTagrw and Frank (onley, the
warsions, did everything ill their power to
m,,ake it pleasarnt for the visitor..
Thle county conmmlssloners t-day di
vided the county into registration die
tricts andnl ap,.)ointed registratlon agents
No. I. Anaeondi. ,.leson Gulch andl
1hiw. Eyed Nellie; Prtdl Peckover aent.
Noe.' . (arroll. Willow Glen, Lost ( reek
and Stuart; A. M. Walker agelnt. No. ;.
Ra. Tracsk and Warn Sprines: T. J.
Elliott. No. 4. ('ihaupll ; J. P. Rice. No,
T,. LDer Lodge and Garrison; J. V. Batter
,on. No. . Poner ad Gold ((old reek; J.
K. 1'hie. No. E. Ellistuo, Blas.burj.
Avon aind IBlackfoot: Ed Burns. No. i,
l.inre,ui. Neven-Up Pete and Me'kUllan
Gu;lc; Johmn McClure. No. 9, o(vans
lhoyd and Swift. Blanchlard and Sunset;
H. McNally. No. 10t Washinstonl Gulch.
Helnville and Fitapatrick ; E. Marcus.
No. 11. Black Pine; (Charles Miller. No.
12. Hearmoulth, H·lartwl and Elk (:reek;
I'. lrnulnghans. No. I;L. Dlrwuaond.
Willow ('nrek, Heurllesy ant Dunklertg.r:
Ian i e.r. No. 14, Philipshur,. Tower.
Someu Nltion, Hasuslrk and Kirkvlke:
I'. I). lBrow. No. Is. Granite. Rumsey
andt Sidney Mine;: I)1is Herts. No. 16,
Geo(; town.(abhle and Silver Iake: Will
iani l ilhert.
Ilaer" lmuay rh.japs i Ia ue. . elslinges
Ilmadle ili thI ist tu-nIorr oew.
A Priest Iadiled.
Tei".Elai). Ii.. June. i. - Hev. Father
Qul ley, of St. Francis de Sale- (Catholic
rhureh. was today ilndmltel by the graln
jury *"fOr Ililem.rleaor in ineolleinug to
reIort pupile to to the board of tll.nionl."
as .ovwkled bIy he law pasted last year.
It i undertood that he refllused , do sa
under the advk~ e of cunseil hal tha e law
M,.i wu.t £K, Juan te. licur) 4cr~r,* t o 11.
for l ulnmd tads.
NI . F i.A, Juim. 14i. A luaitt JIcaiici.I lilt
(:,aLL Jrlaa swam lth. lrliak cf Iatli. Amerka
falls mutt dlinIcwpmIc.
.cuitI u .%, haa Juur ta . The agunwni l Kills
,",Mlryrwyylima made o smicumrlt. t'n,,r urra
blot C. 0L3i.UIIl. ciuklk masse. 6I.a4 U.
(1.11.1 mi.t.* t ItU . Juc 10. EK thlua is qLuiel
In tihe 4r" car striki. Kac"h sher is a ailing f
Ihc. cithrtii make al uc~d. %uc lttliip .l LtwII
smale to nag lard.
Un Ic 1cu., June, too. ni." W."csterii Icaaciming
atsolsic al Ihan frc*.l .I. I. liuicaland. fuirnt1l
iaural managuw r oft IIth iattcaanc. .aana rt
I alatccrl~a. chmlmauul.
N' tailicaw t. .Iiama Iii. Thec sulit. Musa.
ccicnmittrr will lake oip the Iccitauilmer bill to
mliurrow laurnlna. midl the rillacvint mi that at
a alltt 14" nicitc toa tic. wun. iu thenftcrciaau.
'A ý. nat.c1ttc. Jaiul*t ad. lii. rclalilfm fur
41cc st . hureD. ctillilttc Nil. Tlhli tirfL4 fur
Il,r ci caarl Sii Intaihlcij TaIlstc Wnil mad
w rl r :rtnntvl tu
% III\,a cc F. .*Icaa ID. III. Ietg lim ce all
cclc> cf % I, wcrat han tatarll auaiacu .Iu) aIlpuI.d
I li c."cululc cc fu ith thckcral a. cii I r Auamtraliati
* clccai aIaci hat lihtlaaatt.. cdctcattiu to a tccis.
~"uuuu wlu."hc. I. tJ*C(IIl*ln Ill, r Inrjuu Yn
II c% Iit. t, , .lcii 10). - CIi Iic irc lu tlon ci
dw.I. ccc w I cia usc r cc~iin ,ccutl i hiii. t'iicuA Mrss.
I'u icia. W5. 51d," the4 ciit.ltcc cc' the catid.
ll scca I.. In, 44cc d ic.14c .tlicl icc tic TI , i*S