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w. u. ix/WNii:. i MILBANK, A KKSMI.UTIUN passed. W IIII.R isher. S. 0, Epitome of tlio Week. CONGRESSIONAL. Tiir. 11i biil to amt-r.il 11,• n v was passed iri the United States Senate on the 13th directing the Secre tary or the Navy to invfM ^ate the alleged counterfeit .slumping of steel plate at me I.in den steel works. The conferfi.ic repoii oil the Indian biil was agreed in. The tariit bill was further discussed In the House a bill was passed authorizing the Secretary of the Inte rior to he 11 certain lands and to j^runt the pro ceeds of the sale to the town of Pelican. Oneida County, Wis. A biil was passi an thuri/.ins the construction or a bridge across the Missouri river at St. Charles, Mo Thtj conference report on the forliUcatlun appropri ation bill was agreed to. TJIIC joint resolution appropriating for the re lief of destitution in Oklahoma the unexpended balance ot the appropriation made last April for the relief of the district overflowed liv the Mississippi river was passed in the Knited States Senate on fue Hth. The tariff bill was further discussed— In the House jio business of importance was transacted aside from the discussion of the Nat McKay bill, no quorum bein* present. An r.it disposing of routine buoine** tn the United Slate* Senate on the lf.th the river and h»rbor bill was taken up and discussed. In the House the conference report on the Indian ap propriation bi:i was agreed to. A vote was then taken on the passage of the McKay bill, which showed no quorum present. At the eve ning Mission 168 private pen-ion lmi» w, L. L. IIuf Kit.I., an express messenger, was killed and several others injured in a collision on tho Louisville & Nash ville railroad west of Lexington, Ky.. on tho 13th. SAMUKI. II. BEARD, an attorney, aged 60 years, threw himself in front of a train at Leesburg, O., on the 13th and was instantly killed. CuNsrs figures, compiled on the 13th. credit Vermont with a population of 382,000, a falling oft of 2S6 since tho cen sus of 1SS0. THK oil refinery of George Rice, at Marietta, O., exploded on the 13th, kill ing one man and causing a losa ot S25 000. IT was found on the 13th that Hume Clay, a member of tho Clay family of Kentucky, had forged the name of his grandfather at Winchester, Ky., to notes aggregating about, §100,000 and fled the Country. IN South Dakota forest fires were rag ing on the 13th, and in the same section prairie fires had destroyed much prop erty. THK remains of the late John Boyle O'Jteilly were laid to rest in Mount Cal vary Cemetery, near Boston, on u e lStti. The funeral cavalcade was i aid to be one of the largest ever seen in Boston. IJKIHTNTXO struck a farm-house three miles northwest, of Nehawka, Neb., on th® Hit.h, instantly killing a young man named Wilkinson and a young woman named Josie Hobock. WILLIAM SLOAN (colored), residing on Lake plantation, Mississippi, called his wife to the door of their cabin on the Kith and shot her through the heart, 'llie woman had her infant in her arms at the time and it was shot through the heart. The murderer es caped, but was captured by his neigh bors and lynched. JKSI.I-H A. •T. !. SjciMjiN'i. ... 1 hi Sum j). ,, \j. ,, i by ii K i') l.'Jth. Twer i eat, valued a .... r, •, •, v i "ious farmer- w tie or no insurance. MIM. dmix ZI:B.\KU ro DOMESTIC. THK strike on the New York Central & Hudson Itiver railroad was practi cally ended on the 12th. Passenger trains were running on schedule tim^ and the freight blockade had been raised. an Odd Fellows'excursion wan passing through Harrison, N. J., on the 12th Miehal Itarney put his bead out of a car window and was struck by a pole and instantly killed. TIIK woolen mill of C. Geisendorff & Co., of Indianapolis, was burned on the 12th. Loss, $100,000. iboxiit men .vere killed and a number seriously injured by the explosion of 2,000 pounds of molten metal at the Il linois Steel Com puny'a works at Joliet, 111., on the l'Jth. AM. the original package saloons in Mason City, la., were closed on the 12 th on an order issued by the mayor. The liquor men would combine and carry a test case to the higher courts. EVERY passenger conductor on the Louisville, St. Louis A Texas railroad was discharged on the 12th and their places filled by promoting freight con- I ®P UK hicago & Atlantic railroad was sold at Indianapolis on the 12th by order of the court for §3,000,01)0, the Erie road being the purchaser. THE first annual report of the New Hampshire Commissioner ot Agricult ure. issued on the 12th, showed that of 1,342 abandoned farms in the State a year ago 301 were now occupied. TIIK Secretary of the Interior on the 12th received a telegram from (Jovernor Prince, of New Mexico, asking for troops to suppress white-cap outrages. re thrown from a bu ., I' INTERESTING NEWS f'OM 1'ILATION. Lima, O., on the IMtn and o as to cotiipt-i iinirif.oriMirat(i| Pxpr-ssfuiiiiiHui' s to give information about tl.eir hii-iicss w.is panRfNi by Uie Uiuti i States Srnat nn tiie iyth Debate on the tariff bill was renewed In the House a concurrent resolution extending to August the appropriations lor the support of tli« Government not already provided for in appropriation bills was passed. Senate amend merits to the House bill for the establishment of a National ark at Chirkamauga were nun concurred In and a eimfercn-e entered. fatally. 1 11 ItK I'. lii' ll U[lJ UM'- I| V killed and several oth' jured in a so- I neighborhood ,, the Hth. Tin-: vine r.tr tae ,« v the 1 Ith. Loss, AN oil well was struc i n- 1V-, »., on the lull that pro Ions the lirst hour. Tii.s iv^.l tu i e the largest How known I.v a quarrel at North Platte, N»-. on the Hth Li ward Newman snot wife and himself, both dyaig instairi ,. Is a collision on the Cincinnati South ern road near Danville, K'.\. on the Hth Louis Simpson, engineer, and a tramp were killed. TIIK distillery of t.h- IlE.MtY Ii W A Mits. A HAKN SAUOKNT, aged 75 year?, and his grandson, aged 4 years, of Erving, Mass., while crossing the rail road tracks on tho 13th were struck by a train and instantly killed. ^ROCKWELL IT Co s tannery at Warren, a., was damaged by tire on the 13th to tne extent of $100,00 (IKSKIHI, BOIS, rains fell throughout Illi- Iowa and Missouri on the 13th and crops were reported in good condition except in districts injured by hail. IT was said on t.hu un. was on foot tn v th Ut a plan waa ueI1 Qitya National unive^ity" toTl 3ed after the xil rp at institutions of Europe, with an endowment at the out let of 820.000.000. John D. Rockefeller and llev. It. S. MacArthur, of the Bap tist church, are the promoters of tho enterprise. belonging to Josiah Beatty, near Columbus. Ind., was destroyed b. fire on tho 13th, together with li,0ii bushels of grain and farming imple ments, the whole valued at 840,uOO, partly insured. BI SINKSS A i A-, ra merit Markh i failures during the neven days ended on tho 13th, number for the United States 174, Canada total 107, as compared with 21K5 last week. For the corresponding week of last year total 21:!, representing I:L failures in the United States and 32 in Canada. THE body of John Ivirkland, foreman of the Pennsylvania shops at Crestline, O., was found under the railroad bridge at that place on the 13th. There wero deep cuts on his head, and his watch and money wero gone, CHAKLKS PHATT was taken from jail and lynched at Blair, Neb., on the 13th by enraged citizens for the murder of M. It. Towne and daughter. A love af fair was the cause of the murder. A Tit A IN on tiie Michigan Central road struck a broken switch at Au gusta, Mich., on the 15th, overturning the engine, which exploded, killing t. o engineer and fireman, and injuring sev eral other persons. WILLIAM TIU.I.KY, of Columbia ("it-, Ind., set a spring gun for burglars in his gun store on the night of tho l-nh. On entering tho store bis foot struck the trap and bo received botu loads from a double-barreled riile, kill ing him instantly. IT was estimated on the 15th that tho wheat crop of Minnesota and tlm D.iko tas would reach U3.ooo.no.I bushels. Tho yield per acre for tnc State of Minneso ta was estimated at 13 buslo'ls Tor Soutn Dakota, 10S' bushels, and for North Da kota, 11 bushels. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL NICHOLAS LUNINU, wiio has been a conspicuous figure in business circles in San Francisco since 1M», died on the 12th. He leaves a fortune estimated at 820,000,000. NOMINATIONS for Congress were made on the 12th as follows: Kansas, Fourth district, John U. Otis ance) Iowa, Eighth Anderson (Dem. and ance). ..KM, K Mr:s, J.MIV HOMIKV and t- i: ird were arrested hi Mont i i '•n the Hth char i .. .-. a k .ling Ilarlcy 1: j-.,.. liU'fi.NliKH it n \..: .o general mi-icii.ii failed on the It L.-i assets, $. 10.ODD. '1 WO t'NKNlltVN men the .Niagara FaLs on ir o was clinging to a boat* ,, into ttn u . the fail# fc-. i failed. lv an explosion on the 14' i n made i Tv\ .ft mini i II W. II. Fifth ii retwinn Till', vent ion 'lontiiia or (lov- 1 soap factory of the Kendall i ing Com pan v at pr«v emplovu-i V ."•• I.LILY |.„ HiilDl I,no, of Minneapo! and Miss tiussio Hoffman, of Ivans,, City, were drowned on the 1-lth while fishing on American lake, near Tacorna, Wash., by the capsizing of their boat. (AHIUK IIOWAIUI, of Jamestown, N. V., found her stolen child, which had recently been abducted, in an asy lum in Erie, l'a., on tiie MM it had been taken after be.n by its abductors. NKAK Santa Karbara. Ci I decision. J. H. \VAI:I. a weii-k due tors. No reason for the change was throat with a razor. known 1 OWN ME'o'. UNKNOWN persons placed an obstruc tion on the Baltimore «fc Ohio railroad-.j tracks tw Mity miles from Pittsluir^li on the night of the 14th. An excursion train struck it and two engineers and a supposed tramp were instantly killed. CAKEI.KSS contractors caused the a. rnost total demolition of lied Cliif. Co!., on the 15th by the explosion of powder with which they were blasting. (Farmers' Alli distriet, A It. a e s A i- TIIK Mississippi constitutional con vention met in Jackson on the 12th and elected Judge S. S. Calhoun president. It was believed that the Australian bal- evea that the Austra Y l0t Sy9t WOuld be y bt ,nod C0nsutuu K AT Boston on the 13th General W heelock V. Veazey was elected Com mander-in-Chief of the (irand Army of I the UepubUc, and Detroit was select" I as the place for hoidiug tiie UeX. JU i nual encampment. 'Med on tne Mt i s born in lre! i:i-l c. i 1 '•riouslj lot in l: at Jlil«'au.vto wiii ui'st 1 by i .i i shows the dat i).M»i t..Hsin\ j, nomtnat :i. 41 ii were as follows: Indi II O'liiuateil K", n J. tillery Company and .m I A s Great Western pork houstt at Louis ville, Ivy., were totaliy Uestioved by fire on the Hth. The lo*s was estimated at over SI,0 10,000: rt.y insured. Tiiinl disiriei. i: -id, i ed OHIO, Nini i (Hep. i Virgin i, lJuciiman De i, ia, Third dist:-. M'l'om inated. II..r IIK Hied "al 1 i'.OW gas was struck on the HJi, w of ii.OUU.OUO feet a day. BY a unanimous vote the J'nited Car penters' Council of Ch icago resolved on I tho Hth to call out on a.strike all car penters and joiners under its jurisdic tion September 1. The violation by the New Bosses' Association of the agree- I merit by which the recent strike" w s i settled was given as the cause. Liu thousand men would bu affected by tl WN, „N. oldest vesseimen in the West, vvl. sailed the i.ikos for tl irtvyeurs, A. II i .1 le the ,o.\.::g appouitii- ii -, ..n the lieneral, .i..-.-ph II. Iintiand, i (Juartfi John Taylor, of Philadelp:. i ||.. qu Tiers were ordered to be at Hut I nnd. Vt. '1 KSSIONAT. 1 of the Bal ti trio i.11 or u uii'l lou K.\' i mn tl, ,l s "i'"ide on the lju, Uwo l'lNKMiioN detectives belonging to the force now at Albany. N. Y., guarding railroad property, were killed on the ]5th by being run over by a train. \THIN was received a' I LATER NEWS. \EU Yorii on the 14th that three Arneri' an Presbyterian missionaries hail been murdered in the Soudan by Arabs. ArljMrHtlon Kefuxed Nr.w uftK* Aup. is.—The ox^^utivo committee of the Knights of Labor.who have been in session now and then at the St. Cloud hotel since Friday, fin jished their deliberations and presented i the result of their consideration of tho i strike on the New York Central rail road to Third Vice-President Webb to dav. At about lo:.'',o o'clock Me^rs. Holland and Wright presented them selves at the oflice of Mr. Webb in the (iranil Central depot. Mr. Holland sent in his card and lie and Mr. Wright wero at once invited into Mr. Webb's private oft!cp. After Mr. Wright had be. n for mally introduced to Mr. Webb, Mr. Holland presented a communication stating that men on the road had been discharged simply because they were Knights of Labor and asked that the Iroubb s be ferred to arbitration. Mr. Webb read tho communication carefully and replied that all of the men had been discharged for cause and not be cause they were Knights, therefore he could not consent, to arbitration. The condition on the road remains un changed. Passenger trains are running regularly but freight is very irregular. "II|I Kep«rt« WAS|||\.|I,\. Aug. Rusk to-day issued bis crops for August, lie s been a consitb ralile redi condition of spring wie i tofu ily I 1 points. I is i kot is than in the other s Dakotas. The latter is a decline of fi points, owing to hot south winds which nffi cted the late sown more ir the e a y e i n u s a n A N attenipt A wreck a traiu on tl road. Spikes bad the track to allow he pos!tn i« e" at engrafted on tho o»- discovered s u i i i i n the express u n i i repairs w MRS. TLII.wr TWO hMvOTAS. TH NORTHWESTERN'S PLAN. i nil':t« Soutliern hontti I il.otii and \Di thorn 'i i Ago & TIG SOI .' V 'ompativ h.i- jf feeders ti •.'irtua! conti a and No rum Y I' is to X. 1). I I il.irii that nei-de. ,\: Yank'" i. at tlia braia, a hi- »al V o i V i! 'I I. •.isme A. N. Martin flH nat-t'd i enth district, I! I ,v (I)-., renon: inated Ninth M. 11. MK'oi-.i I: li La id s Third I olIeM.n i Ki'p. California. :cf..(Ii'oru'e j. iilanchard (!.' istriet. .Joseph McKenna (ILep. otirnated: at. large, \V. W. .M ind J, Campbell (Rep.) South s' rict, 'J' V n i ve ri'miii i'. F. CAI'TAIN KIM LEAD'S NEW ROAD. of the Itlacli Hilts St Ft. lioail at the i: Hills A. Ft. '.v has run its it to train from 1 'I he event i history of Li Hills. which reacht 1 i •11 a. Seventh district. T. Miller, •lured (Rep. i Florida, Second dis J.iu I lock i Dem. i. renoti'i nat- I'• Wilson faniou •I. A. ieor- \K port, air i of the train proper A LL I I. i «««»y*rr. iberiaiti A )ie, while on in the Misso other day dis •, which, on in small gev-e placing a lot'. crater, when, at. il [hitiiseif at his home in Port Mich.. o'i !'ii' ifith. Co.\IM IN-CiiU I' \'l- v. „i Adji otildiijj. i i President on the 13th sent tin following nominations to the St,'!!.!-'-: John L". (JOVM-V, Cov of Washington, to be ConsuMJeneral of the United States at Kana'»aw. ^eeis P. A. 1/ornholt, now Consular Agent at Kio. to be Cons i' n' the nitel States at that place. nominations on ie 1'itli wure as follows: Lidiana, T. r-i district. 11. J. First district. \Viseo"«in. E Ilai "'i-u Ueo. Ada.tns (Pro.) S. It. 11lory •hth distrie re nominated. Martinez .s.n, Affairs in Fieri,! Deir. FOREIGN. nrxi»i:i-:i» ASI i from cnoiera ,n at J.- .in si Anvil !-:s I...I einaia, martialed n i shot by dent lit-rii. .is. ONK-h.\!.I' of tl.c t,y. n of Moih-j France, w .is .-...^...ved ti ..n 13th. and tony persons wore i IIII-: railway strike in W u 'end-don the 14 h, the rail -ii n.es it ran ting the demiiu U s'rikers, 1)0,011 in number. INFTI:M that kind, as the (iovernm. and added to ders. 1 *.••11 island, '!..!• "ity tllfl -l spring, ition, proved to be a test was made by ••'••V of tubing over tho intervals of a minute, a stream of water would shoot up into the air several feet. The water of tho spring is lukewarm, indicating that it eotnes from a great depth. The island is being converted into a nublie park, •operly in tain. and the infant geyser will tubed and made tododutv A South Dakota t. nation against the whiles. ie :e has •u .u t.he niou nting n I he Da ring w\ •ondit i i tricts. The a\ rag in Wisconsin, o ,II Minnen i i s Iowa, 71 in. .Nebraska, and n sects have wrought more or It i.. throughout the spring wheat region. Wisconsin. Iowa and Nebraska are'giv irig little attention to .\ heai in comi'ia' Json with the early pi riod of their set tlement, leaving the production of Bpring wheat mainly to Minnesota and the Dakota* as mane on he st Ills IN'slgiiatiuu Tentlerpd. A Sioux Falls (S. D.) dispatch s., of 14 1 i ry fl ,, tY Tf'sct'ii been witlidrawn n th" rails to sprea Faulkner's s'.iiii.n hasconseni movtll of the (ioner'HL's New York to Washington. v thai v.. O. Bailey had U'lidered his res ignation as attorney to tho connly board of commissioners, to take effect as soon as his successor w as appointed. Mr. Lai ley, in his address to the com missioners. declares that the salary of SL20U a year is not sufllciei amount of work required under the enforcement act. lor thn dorirt A South Dakota Cloud.Hnrnt. A ''loud-l.-ursi,accompanied by a v. ?iei.tri, ai storm visited liapid City. S. I) the other evening. A numb-r of bui'd! ings were flooded and the damage will I amount to several thousand dollars Sand ford Clark, of the Ktta mine, was killed by lightning. The nearly feet drainage was all thatsa^e.- pe Held for Horde-Slpaliiie. vSnayanhdinaygin, aSisselion reserv tion Indian, arrested near Lake 'IV,• erso for horse-stealing, was tak Huron, S, I)., for examination the United States be for® onini issioner. was held on his own the next term of Co:,r t. Butte County (N. D.) hors, formed an association and w half-mile track at Minnesela. It is estimated 417,200 acres of ''re .try the n recogni/ani'e to ill M«mt Nvws IIpii),. Lrant, is the name of a m-a ,,•., in Brookings County, N. ji. Potter County, X. D., h., edness of S Ml lU n,e tU'l"bt- Jil. s~i). Fifteen thousand dollars of l„,nds of Chamberlain (S. D.) city schools have rieen sola at a premium to X. W. li ir ni.lsonio, new school build- jng in this ci,v, and work upon the building will commence shortly A stock company was being essington Springs, S. D. for PWH of buildin pur •in? 0 a first-class i: mill. Deputy United States Marshal M-,,1. J-son and a se-vet s rvio (m v ""•n scouring the j„ a ,. !0ar( k Jmis (n)ru l,f 'he Salen. trob •ers, who is believed to be in hidiny somewhero in the Hills. A saloon at Heckert's Camp. S I) Jhe Llkhorn extension. '•e by drunken graders recently. The proprietor was blown out into the creei nut not injured. The hoboes then stole the liquor and escaped ,1 was on the tlr.,i day the s- 7 a ua.y uu saloon had run. BOLD BANDITS. I I Missouri I'ae. cue of One of tli« K ,i. s and Young' '.ir I'luii let'etl 'I 11 it) msi nijBis I timolt- lifticiilt itni-st.il I.ruiMi nirit robbers lire vol ver agait per t. -.e thee robher-. •. i i at conveiiii till hcavi being conei walk 'I t.i 'i press ar .in press ii ti_• i the door. Aw pushed back the leader o: federate pushed ordered the bands, 'i'nt obeyed and into the ,:. I mediately lue.ked, Avery mi it and at the point One of tlii1 roliher* sack and int• v* contents of ele a eiiFSi" if jhe 'M tindiHff 1 A beautiful cave has lier on K ii creek, Lawrence containing three large chambers fri ... the ceilings of which depend very largo and exquisite,y beautiful stalactites, while the walls are of spar and vari colored rick. The cavern has been lo cated as a mining claim, for which patent is pending, but it is e, ntended that no patent ean issue fir crtv of o-.M 'i* reserved by nal property natural won- V 11 ot l-oi" been e 1- of 1\ v Land 1 :i --I (iro!f has made an im: decision, upon request i 1 .. United States Land OHie,.. j •'I'ect tbat w hen In i ,. tin late Sioux resei". •. ,. i vey afterward show., iimt. seiiool sections, they ma*. lainis: but white settlers can not. II: decision is made lengthy *o a iiiey .' hoid the law authorized this a v UTI or. L. found ,• the unfederi -'ati aces al..-,• armed, behind door lb HI i ...•. messenger command Li., verlooS. irig mi at the In alarm• train, troub II. end o: .• one o' •Isackti:. i .... iii"i %iralni«t Winips. coaen ami i s- !. gers of ivliu' them to hid.- v watches, jewelry were Shoved cracks of the duet or had i ill the se again start.»ii bers had 11 n caped. into boot-tops and the ushioned scats. Tiie eon- A a half-mile, distant, where a part of the crew was left to arouse the sheriff and organize a posse t„ pursue the robbers. At Sedalia, from the scene of the robb. was telegraphed back agent of tie express company w ]l n havr-. ieiiid a that there are stijj vacant land in the Al».». deen (S D.) hmd .IMrier. Md'herson County has IMi.jiJO Campbell, ioil :,•")• Ltlinunds. vs.4sj Walworth, h:i.mo'-ind Brown, 2,000. ^t tb _eash in the anu" that' 'iT Medical I'II, \evor til|» S rris The Co., bankers, of Chicag money will be used for the construe (ienernl wrh ^urgeon (ienera!. r:i k OUR POPLLATI0N i lie lioiiKli CIMIIII 1 „F ULP ol.i,,l«ted Shows T'IIT laml iy Numbers Ov,, About 3u I'Mst Jen V, 4r ,. Willi in Hie VV VSlIINCiTKN. i i 'ice on Sal.urd the sehedul. returns frou i 00 and odd u miry wa«j i|iv -ti t'oiin n.~% shed th« K!i.» V. Nor!-' i called i Sam Ai. rv, in n suspecting no danger, door. As lie did so robbers and one con their revolvers in and to hold up was pri mritl ohbers ,:i, .. uroceed. i whii •nanded or., '•'Volvet ,'ded a II e i Mnrr WVII: itlali N.-v. ta 1 i :i iti-d th .• 111 iiicn 'lie latti mlatio': n f"i varia' final :n.i'l\ l'hiswii: lour weeks, j. 'ric's will be !•. a numlier .. :i prog' lal 10:1 .atigi'd i. rank, as shown ual count, in turns, and in oil based on the ci 'iassei,l by a met Potter's staff an iea\ it •\ard tl li/zlcs .•sterious •n. One i.m with ook can run tins ordered ingsng 11 atteui) A he lead- tiie tvv he inn. the n tempi .1 -it as th' the train stopped. as commanded to and tell the nie-sei reached two med The pop u 1 a I i or. an increase of .. the greater part 11 and and Sou t' ial and final set lie the I W i ::i and t' out atn i eilivug 1 informed thf' p.is-.e going on and advi-i valuables. Mone and otlier valuab'i .i lie si a s to be i'11u ression.i 'iiade with is|,i n tiit ion. and K' House of 1!. tlx ed at ::."i.V In Kiectoral College bers, an increase ar nod the passenger* I --ar wlien ihe train i's journey. The rub- The engine Otterville, u miles •e news alquar 1 the e Louis. avaiiahie det, v iv to ,. f,,., o a u i- .. Uoijheis Cut.'' 1-ft their tracks in the mud, and tlies.- were followed for some distance east, where they turned south at right angles with t'he track I hey were followed a short distance thence and finally lost. The .sheritfs F'sse and the detectives are scourim* -e country for the robbers, and consul". ling the .short start of the latfer tl ^adier- '^^11 N (i I O.V, A 11 ff i o if John M.H, Pft /s„ Pffl on 1 1 1 "'Pair to his hon, 'gion, Ind, orril(1(J ftt a i I'urillysed lit the I'uli.iL LITTI.I: i K. A ,. k A Andrew Hunter, a prominent M.'th, minister of \rk'ins-i« i s,,t Of Cotton Plant He w. •---I .sui,,"i,.„iu. »». b',1 I,..™," to.,, over 70 v .'f age. »l Of Wa bl()w KALA A OUT A SI vv, M'k I air l)it«i'tiM .tip .II I —Tlmy Will lroli.ii:y sav absolutely njt)iing ahi.ut' th, curren.e, except, U1, ,7 y 1,1 ^•'""rruVr P^Per" uioiiev. ana that the other valuable pro,.ertv amounted to about Si:,,out). Avery is an i ,n "^etige and took his run back to St. Louis. MMIOIIIUH S'.r^T, •AMIINi.lt., Aug. IS |, deni has sent, to the Senate the' n S n o i n a o o n I I ''i"- :re AI.IIIHI.." Front. CIIICAIJO, Aug. is. la" H' clares tiiat the tlirecior o n i i a n v o s i i o n o e o s e u i n e 1 i portion of the si'e for i action of the lllh.o.s i ''onipany ill refusing 'natle ground in case per 11 lernnnated in its with the opinion "i1 centlv by Captain Mar- a •rriment marine engiie ••:. 1 feet hat the cost of filling if will be three ti men the amount pated, and that the time intc between now and 1 sil.'i is wiiulh '|Uate. have forced the conclunj is briefly expressed in lie ft -dgnitieant remark of Preside!! "The Lake Front will not tig a up for consideration as a site world's fair by the direcio:-' e! I u ni 11 i a n 10 is i 11 o n." '1 ho Lake Front .being l!'i abandoned, and the fact that I'ark does not afford as much was thought it would, only according to the report of E Olmsted, being available, a s situation confronts the directors '•he National commission con vet again on September l." they u another site to offer, and it. IUUS about which there is no question the tiisk is not an easy one. I he advocates of the West Si pleased at the turn alfai taken, and believe that the will yet hf forced to accept thei: ice-l'resident I try an say tl est. Side site is being held in i A formal tender of 42-" aero! West side, free of charge, h' made by Mr. A. J. Stone and o the world's fair direirtors as a •be exposition. The offer is by tho west park commissioners SALISBURY'S LATEST hodist Tile Kni li I'l-cm er Sillflteittil T1 H«"h ring Nea tl«put» IJe l* Unv 0, MirlUg,l»,„ 7a I, Dr. IUmiIH" nMr- «r. Keube". liarn.u! on, A !!f i^., ft trHtlou. LIINIIII.V, Aug. 18. Lord last letter to Secretary Ulaine i to the Mtdiring sea controversy ti m:ide public. In It the 1 I'ternier persists in the clai ".»' He M,N pioneers, died Saturday, agei ^'r Hor n.»nuniheonc(»K h-ivi* "'l-siniy puhii,hed 1 I'tigland and other nations lu»*' '•jghts in Hehring sea w I nited Slates, and concludes iggestion that, in the event country's continuing to dltfc' l.»reat Britain, the matter bo left uartial arbitration.