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Teeth extracted without liala. ilngstaff, Arizona. WV O. bTEWAItr. KD. M. DOE. , STEWART & DOE, ATTOltNEYd AT LAW OFFIOK, TWO J. V Uoora west of the Hank hotel, llacitalf, Arizona. DR. D. J. BRANNEN, PHYSICIAN ANDdUltOF-ON. FLA08TAFP, Arizona Will respond promptly to all calls from any point on tho Atlantlo A I'aclho rati, rnud. utCca anil drag store opposite the depot. P. G. CORNISH, PHYSICIAN AND HUKQEON-OFFICE IN Dagga" balldlng.' Flagstaff. Arizona. Will iniwer calls on the A. & 1. It. it E. M. SAN FORD, ATTOIlNEY AT LAW. I'ltKBl'OTT, AM. ( V. aona. Will practice In all the coarta ot the territory. J. DERR, ! FLAQSTAFF, ARIZ. ill me FasDionaole and Latest Styles. -IN- CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED. FINE ASSORTMENT OF TWEEDS AND CORKSCREWS. A SELECT LINE OF Imported Goods ALWAYS ON HAND. Iah. W. Clabi, a J. L'astmat, l're.Ident. Beo'j and Manager. Amuicax National Hank, 'lreatorcr. COLUMBIA iilriinnrnnri T nnn 1 nnnmnt'r 1UU11 DENVER, COLORADO. '.uthorized Capital, $5,000,000. Subscribed Capital, $4,500,000. Flna.taft Looal OOicora: P. J. Drannen, Prxldunt; F. W. bUaon, VIco I'rmldcnt; C. M. Funaton, Srcrctarr; J, II. lloaklni, Jr., 'i'rtaa. urtr; W. L. Yau Horn, Attorney. AMantiG & Pacific R. R. Go, (WKBTEtlN DIVIBION.) TIME TABLE NO. 31. IN EFFECT Sunday, April 26, 1891. TIME BCHEDULE. WEbT. EA8T. . BTATION8. . o3No.l. No 2 1 No. I. J (a 3 (Ou It Albnnnernna ar li'Akt S'ji 7 Wu 50a (VkjIIiIko BSOplUSlp b 11a 1013a WlngatO OVJpldlUp 8 4Saluro Gallop ti2M 9V)p iOS2u lffip Naiajo tfpringl SISp 7 Sip 1117a '.Mill llolbrto't 1 Z7p OWp HUp 4 80p Win. low lUOa SOp Slip 7 21p Flaxtafl MVu 2 3t)p liP SHp Wlllinms TlMUISp 1 L7p US3p FrescottJonrtion 4 13a 10 Ua 43p 2UUa I'each bprlnga 2()Ua 8 21a 131p 110.1 Kingman 1131a 610a UVi 8tfia Tbecdlca 8 Idn 3 10a i 43a 10 17a Frnner 0 S?a 1 31a fa, 12Wp Mazdail 4 10j ll'JOp 8 31a SSOp Daggett ltla S27p VUa 4SUp llartow 12 SOp 8 00p 7 40p ar MojaTsr It) l)4Ua V. T. Debbt, W. A. Hisbclu General Agent, Oen'l Faucnger AgU, Albnqnerqoe, N. M. CONNE0110N8. Albnqnerqno A. 'X. 4 tl. F. 11.11., for all pointa nt ana aouth. . Froarott Janctlon Frtacott & Arizona It 11. wnytipr Fort Whipple and l'reacott. Uitow California Honthern Hallway for Loa Angelea, tian Diego and other southern Callfor. liia points, MoJaTO Honthern I'aclflo for Hnn Francisco, I'acramontoand Northern California points. PULLMAN PALACE 8LEEP1NU OAllrt. No change is made by Bloeplng Car Pnssengcri lxtweu ban Francisco and Kansas City, or baa Dirgo and Ix Asgelra and Chicago. 'Ihe Grand Canon of the Colorado, hitherto In. iccossable to tonrlsts can bo reached by taking tills line Tia Peach Bprings, and a stsgo ride from thenco of bnt twi'nty.tbrro mile, 'ihls Canyon is the grandest and most wonderful ot nature's works. . ... Btop at Flagstaff and hunt deer, bear and wild turkey in the magnificent pine forest ot the fan Francisco mountain., or Ti.lt the ftDClMt rotas of tho CflTO aqr) Ct Dvi&ljx. CRUSHED BY A WILD CAB. A OABLE CAR cnEATES A PANIC AT KANSAS CITY, Despite Locked Wheel., Its Henry Lofcd Carries It Into Crowd Port Leaicnworth Soldiers In Jured Los Broken. Kaxsas Citt, Mo., Sept. 8. Tho only serious accident attendant upou tho enor mous crowd which flowed like a torrent through Main and nolirhborlnir streets Inst night was at tho comer of Tenth and Main streets, where a Tonth street cable car loft Its tracks and plunged Into the crowd, i Tho accident occurred about 0:30 o'clock. Tho People's cablo railway on Tenth street had not been soriously Inter fered with by tho parado, and Its cars con tinued to run with considerable regularity after tho other lines had been shut down. A Tenth street car enmo down tho ntcop hill and ncross Walnut street. After tho crossing was raado tho passenger coach was uncoupled from tho grip car and proceeded down the switch to tnko Us placo on tho south track roady for tho return trip. Just as tho Hist wheels struck tho switch tho car was boarded by a crowd of men and boys. From Main street up tho hill towards Walnut street Tenth street was almost a solid mass of people, and It was with difficulty that tho special policemen could keep tho tracks clear. To guard against nccldont the superin tendent of tho road hndputflre extra grip men on tho hill and thoy had takun places at each cud of tho car, so that should ono brako break tho other could bo used, and as the car struck tho main track tho wheels were locked fast, but tho ciowd on the car and especially on tho roar plat form gave tho sliding car great momentum, so that Instead of stopping tho speed In creased. Wooden buffers worn fastened ou tho track to hold tbo wheels, but liko a shot they passed over them and on down tonard Main street. Thcro was a wild cry. Men wero crushed and women fainted and In an Instant thoro was a panic. Everybody wanted to know w ho was hurt and nobody was ablo to holp tho Injured. A dozen soldiers from Fort Lovcnworth Woro standing In front of tho wild car when It broko lonso and thoy wero tho preatoit sufferers. When tho car stopped Sergeant Q. C. Burnoll was held down by tho whoels. which had run closo to his bronst, but not over him. Tho crowd purged up against tho car and lifted it bodily w hllo Corporal Norlln drow Burnoll from under It, whllo ho himself was suf fering great pain from a bruised body. Tho patrol wagon was called, but when tho doctor got thero somo of tho Injured bad been taken away by friends. Of thoso ho attended Ordnanco Sergoant KIchard Wootln and Sergeant O. C Burncll of Fort Leavenworth woro tho most seriously hurt. Wootin's loft log was struck four Inches aboro tho anklo and broken In several places and ho may ho a crlpplo for life Buincll's injuries uro largely Internal, but Police Surgeon Iucn, who mado a hasty examination, does not think thoy will bo serious. Edward Norlln, corporal In tho First cavalry, received a sevcro contusion on tho loft leg and his loft sldo was bruised. Corporal A. E. Lewis, of Leavenworth, was badly bruised about tho shoulders. Mrs. Peer, living at 303 East Eloventh street, was slightly brulsod. Tho shock and fright rondcrcd her almost uncon scious. Sho was unablo to walk and was carried to her homo In a chair by friends. Ucorgo Rice, a negro porter at the Met ropolitan hotel,livlng at 1831 McGce street, was cut In the forehead and legs and re ceived soveral bruises. MR. ECAN GIVES NOTICE. The Chilean Authorities are Warned to be More Discreet. Sastiaoo, Chile, Oct., 0. Tho Chilean government have so far evinced no Inten tion of abandoning tho position that it has a perfect right to arrest persons as they enter or leave tho presenco of tho Ameri can legation. But whllo strenuously In sisting upon tbo possession of this ab stract right tho government Is at present making no attempt to put it in prac tice. Tho partisans of Balmaccda, who took rofugo under Minister Egan's roof nro still there 'and no arrests have been mado during tho post few days. It cannot bo learned that tho govern ment has in contemplation any plan for asserting In tbo no.ir futuro the right of arrost that Is clatmod. But It Is thought that tho proscnt unsatisfactory situation cannot boot long continuance In accordanco with Instructions received from tho stato dopartmont at Washington, Minister Egan has given tho Junta to un derstand, by a formal and ofllclal notice, that if tho Chilean authorities contlnuo to maintain their present attitude tho friend ly relations between Chllo and tho United States will bo Intorruptod. Tho JuntA reply to this notice Is awaited with great interest. What Minister Egan's next step will bo In caso tho reply is unfavorable Is no. known. The United States steamship San Fran cisco, which is returning from tho north, is expected to reach Valparaiso somo tlmo this week. When sho gets Into port the first plan of tho minister is to ask tho Chilean government to allow tho Chllcai refugees now at tho United States lega tion to go on board tho United States man ot war Baltimore and tako their departure Xrom Chilean ton Itory. Violent WuriU Against Ruanln. Bkiilin, Oct. 8. Horr Bchol,a prominent morabcr of the soclnllst party, delivered a violent speech yesterday In which ho de clared that Russia should bo trampled to tho ground at all costs. Everybody should contribute to tho German flag nnd drlvo Russia out ot Europe. Russia, ho declar ed, ought to bo revolutionized both ex torn'ally nnd internally in order to cllin inato tho perpetual mennco of war, A Leader I'assc Away. Losnox, Oct. 8. Tho Rt. Hon. William Henry Smith, first lord of tho treasury and government leader In tho houso of commons, who was recently created lord warden of tho Clnquo ports died to-day. PelTtr Will Not Co to OIUo. Atliiisov, Kan., Oct, 8. Senator-elect Pcffer was In Atchison yesterday morning en routo to Dunbar, Nob. Ho said that ho would uot go to Ohio this fall, ns had been stated in tho newspapers. Ho would, howovor, spend a few days noxt wook In Illinois, aftor which ho will return to Kan sas and remain In the stato until after tho election. Forty-Five Horaea Perlali In a Flro. Masuattan, Mont., Oct. 8. Tho barn of tho Manhattan Malting company burned yesterday morning. Thoro wero ninety ono hones in thq stable, pod but forty.sis ST. LOUIS CARNIVAL. Brilliant Illiimlnntlons Herald Fair Week and the Entree of the Veiled Prophet, Sr. Louis, Mo., Oct. 3. Down town St. Louis Is a blaze di light trnlghti Tbl cntlro city Is lighted Bvetf hlglit th tht year by oledtriclty, but to-nlBht th powerful ftro lights 'ard aided by nearly 63.000 gas lets in globes of many Colors producing an effect which beggan description. On Washington Avcnuo, the ornamental center poles of the elec tric railway have been covered with gai Jets and globes, In addition to tho archei along the sidewalks and tho massive wholesale houses on both sides enclose what may be described as three lines ol beautiful light. On Broadway and Ollvi street, tho popular retail thoroughfares, the street Illuminations are simply daz zling whllo the storo windows aro so ar rayed and llghtod as to aid in tho effect. On Twelfth street, an exceptionally wld thoroughfare, tho double row of archei right over tho driveways nro giving out rays of soft-tinted Illumination while the weds "Lot us havo peace" stand outai Ln letters of fire on tho llfe-llko Btatue ol Gen. Grant. Two blocks south a statue of Liberty ndorns the way, an enormous to.ch of gas Illuminating tho myriads oi upturnod faces ln tho throng. Tho streets are crowded with peopla who have come In from a considerable distance, many ot them to spend Fair Week which commences on Monday and ends October 10th. The Illuminations to night are acknowledged to be the grandest oicr witnessed ln Bt. Louis or outot It, and they will be repeated on Tuesday Oct. 6th, and Thursday Oct.8th,the latter being tho last light up of the season. Desplto the crowd on the streets there was not a vacant scat ln the great Music Hall in the Exposition at Gllmoro's two concerts. The Exposition has attracted more visitors than over before and Is a phenomenal success. The Veiled Prophet appears on Tiiesday evening when there is to be a magnificent parado of floats along tho illuminated streets. Available windows to view tho parade are being rented tor tho occasion and tens ot thous ands will do homage to tho mystic prince. During tho Fair tho railroads will bring people hero at about half the usual rates and the city is arranging to entertain the largest crowd that ever came within Its gates. Accomodation for 100,000 guests, over and. above what the hotels and boarding houses can take care ot Is placed at the disposal ot visitors. Whllo St. Louis Is spending hundreds ot thousands In entertaining and amusing strangers, the wholesale and retail estab lishments are crowded with guests, many of whom derive as much pleasure from going through them as from witnessing the festivities themselves. The new tin plate industry Is an attraction few can withstand and tho enormous breweries, tobacco factories, and shoe factories to mention three Industries ln which St. Louis leads America are visited dally by thousands. The Festivities and reduced railroad rates continue until October 17. BABY CLEVELAND A OIRL. A Daughter Horn to the Es-Presldent anil Ills Charming Wife. New Yokk, Oct 5. A daughter was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. G rover Cleveland. Tho announcement is ono that A-.. will bo of . V. IT flat IPs. nAt I i t n-iAat throughout tho country on account of the great pop ularity of ex Pros 1 dent Cleveland and his chcrmlng wife. It was Thursday, September'-!!, t h a t tho Clevelands return od to N ow York and again MnS. CLEVELAND. took up tooir abodo in their city resldcnco, 810 Madison avenue. They had been, spending tho summer at their cottago at Buzzard's Bay, Mass. At the time of their return It was said that they camo back on tho advice of tho family physician of tho Clovolands, who had been called to Buzzard's Bay tho week before. Tho trip home was mado on tho steam yacht, Ololda, Cloreluiirt on the linby. New Yoiik, Oct. 7. Tho Domocratlo club of tho city of Now York tendored a rccoption to tho Hon. Iloswcll P. Flower, tho Domocratlo 'candidate, for' governor, lastovcnirn&ln,JJio blubVhouso, OttFifth. avenue. 'It was a notnblo guthorlng-of tho nromincnt Domocratlo citizens of tho metropolis, including ex-Prcsldcnt CIoto-- land. In rospotjso tothq crl.es fora spccpfi Mr. Clovelnnu safil: "Probably you aro of tho opinion that I have boon moro Interested tho pastfaw'Oa'y's w,liria"'hori-v'o"tcr than! am with actual politics. Laughtorand ap plause. I regrot to say that tho non-voter won't bo ablo to help tho Domocratlo party upllltho-.pfcohlbltloa.agftlnstrwoman?jufi Irago has been rcpoaiou. iitcnoweu laughtorninppJaJi;el, Wiien.-Ivcpm.eJntP. this homo of Domocracy, Into this Demo cratic atmosphere, all my enthusiasm for tho principles of our grand party is awak ened and lntcnsinefls,Wo art npjv.onfor lne a contest iiii-whfch-I do novwant to bo loft out This is tho, tlmo whcn.ovcry uemocruvjHusfcMuj u' wii.uwvjriiv. h'ns thcro been a tlmo when Domocrats hhd a grc&tQTAnQQptlVQLto wqr&.tarvparty. Troo'psi Flre-VrTstarvlnir'Polesv St. PETEnsnuno, Oct 7. Tho famlno In Poland Is growing wor3CUi"iWorkmen paf raded tho strcots of Zawlrko yesterday and looted; j tho, baker shops and, other; places where eatables were to bo obtained. Troops wero.- summonod.to tbo sceno, and fired uponnWraob, killing -bnd-Svorkmdn and wounding several others. ,,r--i r J"" ,A World's Fnlr Itllaalon to Mexico. CiitCAopJ.Qct b. A.spocaA commission, including Dlroctor Generul Davis and Mrs. President Palmer, will go to Mexico this month t0ifntcYesl'ProsIdent'DfaBnd Ihe Mexican pcoplo In tho World's fair. Forest Destroyad by Wind. GnANU Ramps, Mich., Qct 7. Reports aro coming In of tho htirVlcifoe in tho northern plneriosj ThOjbcst calcjilatlquto. bo had shows twelve" lo flfloen' townships devastated nnd the losipf timber Is now suro to bo into tho hundreds of millions of feet - - - J No Laws for Joint. GuTnniE, O. T., Oct O.-Chlef Justice Qreonhas lust decided tn a damage sun lint, whnn n anlnnn is run contrary to law any person, olther an officer or a prlvato citizen, may destroy tho business and no dsjmago can bo. colIcctc4 by the saloon ktbpor. ' Mf ' 'PARNELL IS DEAD. THIS NOTED IRISH LEADER DIES SUDDENLY! ' The Causa of Death Is Not Yet Made linowii llelleved to Have lleen In Falling Health for Soma Tlmo. London, Oct. 8. Great Biltaln and Ire land wero startled ye3tcray by tho utterly unlookod-for announcement that CharlosJ Stowart Parnell, tho noted Irish leader, had died suddenly during tho night at his homo In Brighton. It had bcon well known that Mr. Parnell had not enjoyed tho best of health for years, and It had been noticed and wldclv comment ed u pon that sinco tho O'Shca dlvorto de velopments boonmo a matter of public no toriety, and slnco po litical trouble camo upon him, tho great Irish member ot par liament had grown thinner and had per ceptibly ngod ln ap pearance But no body expected to 8. 1'AXXEM. lieair of his death, and no Inkling of his illness had reached tho newspapers. Mr. Parnell arrived at his homo at Brighton from Ireland Thursday and com plained of suffering from a chill, On tho Friday following ho was unable to leave his bed and his tegular physician was summoned. He considered Mr. Parnell's lllnoss sorlous nnd ho soon sent for another physician, with whom ho held a long consultation over tho sickness ot the Irish leader. This consultation of physicians was re sumed on Sunday, when Mr. Parnell was found to bo ln great pain and apparently growing weaker every hour. His sickness was pronounced to bo nn attack of acuto rheumatism and every attention nnd enro was paid to tho sufferer. He was careful ly snd untiringly nursed by bis wife, who hardly left his bedsido. Mr. Parnell did not rally from tho rheu matic attack nnd grow weaker and wcakor. Several hours boforo his death bo becamo unconscious and so remained until ho died, in lntcnso agony. Owing to the suddenness ot tho Irish leader's Illness and to tbo bcllof of his wlfonnd of tho nttonding physicians that ho 'ivould recover no friends or relations of bis family or of that of Mrs. Parnell were present at Mr. Parnell's bodsldo. Mm. Parnell nnd tho physicians wero aim 10 ln attendance upon him when ho died. Tho exact nature of tho dlscaso which caused tho death ot tho Irish leader is not mado known nt proscnt. From tho day bo took to his bed, tbo stato of Mr. Parnell's health had been such as lo necessitate tho constant attendance of itwo physicians, but In splto of their In cessant and untiring efforts to prolong or to lavo his lifo, Mr. Parnell gradually sank lower and lower untL' he cxpiroJ in tho arms of Mrs. Parnell, who is utterly pros trated by tho shock of her husband's death. Tho last tlmo Mr. Parnell appeared ln puhllo was at Creegs, ln Ireland, Scptem Icj 27, when ho dcllvcrtd a long speech upon tho attitude and nllegcd inconsisten cies! of Dillon and O'Brien. Upon that oc casion Mr. Parnell stato X that ho was speaking in defiance of tht ordors of tho doctors who were attending him, who bad expressly ordered him to keep bis room. While Mr. Parnell was speaking nt Cn;cgs it was noticed that ho was vory palo and that in other rcsixicts ho was not thci samo man ho had been in tho past In addition to his pallor, which setraod to de note failing health, Mr. Parnoll carried his left arm In a sling. His friends, upon asking him the causo of this, wero in formed that ho was suffcrlu g from rheu matism. Telegrams received hero from Dublin and other towns In Ireland and from tho principal towns ln Engl snd unlto In re porting that tho death of Mr. Parnell has caused tbo greatest sensation among his supporters, principally on account of tho sudden manner In which ho died. In Dublin tho lato Irish leader's suppor ters wero ln great consternation. A moot ing' of these friends of Mx. Parnell was bautlly called as soon as tto nows of his death becamo known, and at this mooting, which was a preliminary gathering, it was derided that a mooting of all Mr. Parnoll's followers In that city, should bo called for this evening: Tho object of this last moot ing will bo to consldor what stops to tako in tho faco of what may bo tormed a most disastrous event for their party. j iilnnjjsseyn dealvt if' ? ! r -i ' '" i 4 ' Tfi!"9pponentuD1S,I",lLl-?- Nortu -KU', kenny Goes Also. London. Oct 0. Coupled with, tho an- TJoUncemenrbf Mr. Parnell's doath'was tho nows that Sir John Popo Hcnnessoy, mem bojuof Parliament JforNortU' JKllkonny, was also dead. s. ilr John Pppo Hennosscylt wIlLba to memborcd, Immedlatelyaftcr tho expos uro In, the O'Shea dlvorco caso In --pecenv "bert'1890, contested tho North "KUkonny election, backed , up by Mr. Parnell's :opjion'cht3,i"-ntfd "'dDfoafar "-tho Tarnell Ito candidate, Mr. Vincent Scully, by Ijl IT votcsThls w as n groat nndposslbly the greatest test of strength botwoetho Parncllltes nnd McCarthyitcsJ an4,thu do2 feat of Mr. Scully counted for a great deal ln l,hofuturo series .of. dls5UsYnlcn b fcl! tho' Irish leader. iLathrop Crusader AetVlirty. i LATiinor, Mo., Oct 8. Big tempcranco mass meetings weroi held hcroJMistorday, and last night and tho groatost ontliusl asm prevallod. .Acom.mltoOj wasqp-1 pointed with full pbworto net against tho boor houso. Thoy made arrangements to rent tbo buildlntr lit ' which'lho lrquo'r'ls sold for a year for 1120, tho beerhouse to mdveout?and the buildlng-neverngaln to bo used for such purposes. Cv J. Holt tho noted, temperance speaker.. w'ill bo-Wro noi:t week. Charily Bcfore'Court Festivities. St. PriEitsnuno, Oct. 0 By order ol thd'ezar, no court balls will-be glvdntdur i iK. mniiin lennnn of winter festiv ities, On the othqr hand tho ropney usually uototcu to sucn cnicriuiuiiu;ii u un voted to the relief of .thofamlDo sufferers i-' -a ..... .- Six Month for Killing; a Man. Medicine Lodoe, Kan.. Oct 7. Judge McKay to-dhy sentenced Cora Bennett, who killed Bllllo Morris at Kiowa a fow Vesica ago, to'slx months In two county Jail. Morris was tho Jolntist king of south ern' Kansas and during tho last eight years had accumulated ?-,iKW. Corai JJorinott had been his mistress for tho lnstthroo yesirs and shot him for casting hcr.ofl for another woman. Ingnll Will Spenk for McKlnley. TorKKA, Oct 8 Ex-Sonator Ingnlls has nc'cpted nn Invitation from Major McKlu ley,to mako several speeches In Ohio dur Ing this month, fcater ho will Jocturo la MtMBCbusattS. . c. IN METHODISM'S 0AU9E. Twcrttf'Nlno Divisions of th Great , (Jhurcli Iteprc.eiite.it ill KiJtslOni WaiiIinoton, Oct 7. To-day begail ifid second world's conferenco of tho Metho dist church and all Its branches, tho first having boon held in London ten years ago. All branches of this great church in all parts ot tho world nro represented by f00 delegates. No less than 0J of theso arq from tho British division, including, bo sides ecclesiastical dignitaries, many statosmen ot ronown and men of world w Ido scientific and logal ability. Thcro aro delegates (representing 13 distinct branch es) from Franco, from Australia, from Ireland from South Africa and from tbo West Indlos. Then thoro aro 300 dele gates from tho Now World, representing seventeen branches of tho Methodist church on this continent Those delegates aro classified as follows t Methodist Epls copal, 120; Mothodlst Episcopal (south), 01; African Methodist Episcopal, IS; African Methodist Episcopal Zlon, )5; Colored Methodist Episcopal, 0; American Wosloy, 6; Union American Methodist Episcopal, 3; African Union Methodist Protestant, 3; Methodist Pro testant, 0; Freo Methodist, 3; Congrega tion Methodist, 3; Methodist church of Canada, 21; Piimltlve Methodists, 3; In dependent Methodists, 2; United Brethren ln Christ, 7; Union Brethiou in Christ (old Constitution) 2; British Methodist Episcopal, 3. Twenty -nlno divisions of tho Methodist church nro represented. This council, like lti predecessor, is to bo confined to discussions. From its na ture thcro can bo no legislation. No dele gates or organization will be bound by what is said or dono hero. Tho animating purposo is to bring out tho brightest and most practicable ideas of the most thought ful representatives of tho church, nnd tho application of theso Ideal will bo left to tho discretion ot tho scparato divisions. Tho most radical differences to bo noted between tho coining council and the ono held in London is rovealed in tiio list of subjects solocted for discussion. In tho first council Mothodlsm formed tho prin cipal topic while In this tho programmo has boon diversified so as to touch upon questions of tbo day. Discussion ot ab stract ecclesiastical dogmas find small spaco but wbolo days uro set apart for tho consideration of questions relating to tem perance, education, missions, Romanism, social problems, issuos botwecn capital and labor, tbo relation of Methodism to scientific thought and practical church work. HE MUST STAND TRIAL Tho Itor. Dr. Ilrlcgs On Trial At New York Charged with Here.)-. New Yokt, Oct C Great Interest is being manifested In tho meeting of tho New York presbytery In tho Scotch Prosby tcrian church becauso tho charge of heresy against tho Rev Dr. Brlggs. For seventeen years ho has been tho professor of Hobrew in tho semi nary and a recognized authority on criticism in this country. Lost winter ho delivered an inaugural address on "Tho Authority of Scripture," in which the Bible, tho church and tho reason were named as tho sources of divino authority, and tho barriers of tho Bible, superstition, verbal Inspiration, authenticity, inerrancy, violations ot laws of naturo and mlnuto prediction wero demolished. This ad drcis precipitated matters ln tho samo way that tho publication of tho Rev. Howard MacQucary's book brought about tho trial and subsequent change of denom ination of that divino. Tho report of tho commltteo on prosccu Hon was to have como up in tho rooming, but Dr. Aloxander offered a resolution to arrest all proceedings and dlschargo tho committee This provoked a hot dobato which occupied tho rest ot the morning. When tho afternoon work began, tho re port of tbo committee was presented set ting forth tho charges against Rev. Dr. Briggb. A long and at times heated discussion followed, during which Dr. John Hall of fered a compromise mildly censuring Dr. Brlpg3. This was defeated. Then tho Alexander's proposition came up and was defeated; ministerial voto, yeas 50, nays 44; lay voto, yeas 20, navs SO. Tho papers wore then served on Dr. Brlggs. Tho tiial has been set for November 4. Terrible Accident at n Funeral. ! Dus Moines, la., Oct 0 During a fun eral procession at Altoona yesterday, mad runaways occurred and ono man was killed outright, four other persons fatally In jured nnd a scoro of pcoplo bruised nnd frncturod. A procession of forty carriages was fol lowing tho remains of Nichols Hcmstro from tho church to tho cemetery located some distance out of town. While thoy wero winding down a bill a team In tho rear becamo frightened at a steam thrash ing machine and started to run. Tho road was narrow and tho runaway horses ran into and upset a dozen carriages in front of thorn, breaking six of thorn Into splinters and scattering tho occupants broadcast A panic ensued as tho other toams ran away and men and women Jumped out of tho oarriages, only to bo trampled upon by the runaway teams. Toiva Fall Sown Wheat Ruined. Keokuk, la., Oct 8. Complaint is mado by farmers in this vicinity that much of tho fall wheat will bo a failure. It is said that wheat sown before September 80 re ceived a slight shower of rain that sprout ed tho grain. This was followed by the un usually warm weather of tho last" two weeks of tho month which completely dried up tho young and tender sprout In all such Instances tho greater portion of tho wheat was destroyed. Largo'porttons of many fields will have t6 bo rcsown. Nothing nclnr Done for Benson. Leavenworth, Kan., Oct 7. Thoro Is no truth whatever in the report sent out from hero that C. A. Benson, tho murderer of Mrs. Mcttman, will bo granted a new trial. William Dill, associate attorney for Benson, says if anything is being done for his client ho knows nothing about It Ho also says that if Judgo W. C. Webb of To peka, senior attornoy ln the case, Is taking uny steps for a now trial or stay of execu tion, ho has not been so advised. A Llttlo Ctrl' Ilorrble Fate. Pci'nto, CoL, Oct 6 Bertha Klein, a C-ycar-old girl, attempted to step on tho elevator in the Central block las tj evening to gd up to tho third floor and, missing her footing, was caught between tho elevator floor and the sldo wall of tho shaft and her body dragged through a six Inch spaco for ovor tin feet She was crushed into a pulp and died Instantlv, ,. ; : To Itelnatate Them AH. qmwA) Ont, Oct S, tt has been do cked to roinstnto nil the officials of tho interior Mud woro suspended as a result of tho revelations mido before tho public accounts committee, t THE INDIAN YROBLEM. Cerhmts.loner Morgan Discusses OraTo Matters In Their Connection. WAP-trfdTcW, Oct, 0. Tho sixteenth annual repdrl of tho commission of tbo Indian uffalrsi has just been submitted to tho secretary of tho iiitortor1. Tho report discusses at cdrlsiderablo length tho political status of tio Indians, tracing tho evolution of tho present policy of dealing with tho Indian wards. As tho result of tho historical survey, tho com missioner draws tho following practical conclusions: "First During tho wholo courso of our history tho Indians of this country havo been treated ns soparato communities, sus taining exceptional relations to us. They havo been regarded as having relations di rectly with the general government alono and cot Indirectly through tho states or lo thq states, ''Second That tho fiction of regarding them as independent pcoplos has been dis placed by tho theory of rczardlng and treating them as wards of the general gov ernment. 'Third That tho purposo of the govern ment, as has been mado moro and moro ovldcnt is to chango tholr status from that of wardship to that of citizenship. "Fourth That during tho tiansitlon period and until tho completion of their citizenship they should bo regarded as subject to tbo laws of tho general govern ment and under its caro and guardianship "Fifth That tho tlmo has como for a declaration by congress to tho effect that hereafter It will not recognize tho Indians at rompotcnt to mako war, but that in our dealings with them they should bo trer.ted not as bellgcrcnts, but as subject and de pendent people, capable, of course, of la surrcction, rioting or disturbance of the peace, but not of waging war. "Sixth That tho general government has tho right, both lor its own protect n, for tho protection of tho public welfare, nnd for the good of tbo Indians, not only to establish schools ln which their children may bo prepared for citizenship, but also to uso whatever force may bo necessary to jeeuro to tho Indian children tho benefit of theso Institutions. "Seventh I submit that tho time Is at baud for an extension over tho Indians ol the protection and privileges of our courts. Meanwhile, tho development of Indian reservations of tbo courts of Indian of fenses, by the perfecting of their codo oi procedure and tho enlargement ot their Jurisdiction will be helpful as a prepara tion for complete participation In our com mon life. . "Eighth I venture also to suggest whether tho tlmo is not nt hand for the passage of un cnabliog act whereby the flvo civilized tribes may form cither a ter ritorial or a state government and be rep resented on the floors of congress. Regarding tho reduction of tho reserva tions, which has proceeded with great rapidity during tho year, the report says: "Whllo it is posslblo to push this work too rapidly, perhaps, I do not hcsltato to say that tho ultlmato destruc tion ot tho entire system of reservations Is Inevitable. Thoro Is no placo for It In our present condition of life. The millions of acres of Indian lands now ly ing absolutely unused aro needed homes for a very rapidly Increasing population, and must bo utilized. Whatever right and tltlo the Indians havo in them is subject tc and must yield to tho demands ol civilization. They should bo protected in the permanent possession of all tht land that Is necessary for their owr. support and whatever Is ceded by them should bo paid for at its full market value. But It can not be expected under any cir cumstances that these reservations can re main Intact, hindering tho progress of civ ilization, requiring nn army to protect them from tho encroachments o.t borne seekers and maintaining a perpetual abode of savagery and animalism." H nil in Will Not Iteslgn. CniCAOO, Oct o. Green B. Raum, pen slon commissioner, has uot resigned. Ho arrived at tho Grand Pacific hotel lato last night and will stay in tho city until Octo ber 0. Mr. Raum is here in connection with the buslnoss of the army of Tennes see, which Intends to tako such active part ln tho unveiling ot tho Grant monument When asked it ho bad rejignod,- the com missioner said: "Well, no; I havo onlv spoken to Presi dent Harrison privately concerning the attacks on tho administration of tho pen sion offlco. I told htm that I did not wish to be nn cmbarassment to the Republican party. II this incessant abu&a howevet untrue, would provo cmbarasslng to the party, then I was willing to resign rather than provo a stumbling block. Tho presi dent told mo that he was satlsflod with my administration. Therefore I shall not resign as long as I feel suro that tho party will not suffer. Tho attacks upon my ad ministration havo been inspired solely by men who havo been disappointed In their huntfor promotion." A Child Desourcd by Hoc. Vincexnes. Ind., Oct 7. Tho 6-year-old son ot Robert Kirk was almost literally devoured by hogs yesterday. He had ac companied an older brother into tho yard to feed tho stock and whllo tho elder boy was ln tho barn tho younger attempted to catch a pig. Tho mother leaped at bin. and fastened her tusks In tho back of the neck, dragging him to tho ground. Presently several hogs of tho drovo rushed at tho child and began to devour htm. The brutes tore all of bis clothing Into shreds and nil tho flesh from his checks, arms and legs, lacerating his left sldo ln a horriblo manner. Tho boy clcd an hour after his rcscuo. The Holy Coat Exhibition Over. Tiieves, Oct 7. Tho exhibition of tic holy coat was closed yesterday. Bishop Koum conducted an elaborate service and pronounced tbo benediction. Many Ger man aristocrats wero present, including an Austrian arch-duchess snd tho Duko nnd Duchess Paul ot Mocklenburg Schworelu. The total number of pllgrl ms who vlowed tho coat is 1,023, 13). Tho relic is now enshrined. Tom Heed Will Not Itetlre. Portlasd, Mc, Oct 8. Congressman Reed denies that ho las decided to retire from political lifo at tbo closo of his present torm. Cheaper ltf.ee Pcrhnps. Atlanta, Ga.,Oct 7. A movement is on foot to buy up all tho rlco mills of tho south and throw tbem Into a pool. The Standard Oil company and English capi talists are supposed to bo behind tho enter prise. Between 1 atrd 2 million dollars will be required, and tho working capital will bo 3 million dollars. Options havi been secured on tho mills at Now Orleans, Savannah, Charleston and Wilmington. Tho Utah commission .in its annual re port to tho locretary of tho treasury declares that polygamy is tlrtually ended but Is liable to spring up again, as sooatti , .fjM--vv .wttftyv.. NEWS MOTES. Henry MStanlcyhas arrived to London. Reciprocity negotiations wltfi Canada havo been postponed. President Harrison is the recipient ol aa elcphnnt's foot from Ceylon. A syndlcato has been formed to dovclopo' tho djw Texas mineral Htbo-carbon. Charles Dupont was run ovor and killed, by an express train near Advance, Mo. i Parnell's physicians refuse, for tha present, to give out tho causo of his death.' Tho New York W, C. T. U. has congratu lated Mrs. Clovcland on tho birth of her daughter. Tho tln-plato consumers of tho country havo organized to secure a chango In tho tariff act Benjamin Rankin was ground to pieces at tho Central distillery, St Louis, whero ho worked. A letter relating to tho Burlington (la.) public building slto has been found to havo been tampered with. , James G. Blnlne, Jr, pleads poverty In answer to his wife's petition for a dlvorco In Sioux Fulls, S. D. ! Tbo Intcr-Occauic Railway Company has tven incorporated in Arkansas with, a capital of Ti.OJii.OOO. Tho dead body of a. newly born infant was found yesterday at tho door was Dr. H. New land, St Louis. Four American miners aro reported to havo bocn assassinated In Peru. Tho mat ter will be investigated. f Tho Knights of Labor boycott on tho Auheuser-Busch Brewery has been lifted after a two years' fight Tho fourteenth annual convention ot tho Catholic Young Men's National Union b In session in Philadelphia. M. Revatan, tho French Minister to the United States, presented his papers of re-' call to President Harrison. Farmers In Icdlana havo torn up a good, deal of natural gas plpo becauso they wore not paid by tho 2s company. A young man named Tenant woko up in his sleep nt Bloomlngton, Ind., walked out of a window and broko his neck. Orders havo been sent to tho revenue steamer Rush to return to Bebrlng's Sea and keep a lookout for poachers. Ex-Teller Hitter of tho First National bank of Evansvillo, Ind., has been sen tenced to six years imprisonment Tho American Sower Pipe company is likely to dlssolvo ln January, tho trust plan having proved unsatisfactory. It is said that 25,000,000, persons aro un ablo to pay taxes In Russia, which will causo a budget deficit of 12.0JO,003. Mrs. Frank Lcslio was married to Wm.' C. Kingsbury Wilde, M. A., of London, on Sunday. Tbo affair was very quiet Bids havo been opened at tho treasury department for tho construction of tho government building at tho world's fair. Track walkers in a Maryland railway tunnel w ero overtaken oy a train, two being killed outright and threo fatally injured. Several men were Injured by tho collapse of a fluo and a part of tho walls in ono ot tho Tudor Iron Works mills. East St Louis. Lieutenant-Governor Jones of New York gives his dread of Tammany Hall methods as his reason for opposing Flow er. There Is a rumor that tho United States government will demand indemnity from Spain for outroges committed in the Caro line Islands. Tho Missouri Congressional delegation will inspect, tho improvements in tho Mis souri river at tho mouth of tho Osago on October 12. A difference In religious beliefs has In duced divorce proceedings by Mrs. Martha Mangan against her husband Patrick at Atchison, Kan. I British commissioners wero surprised on their visit to Bchrlng sen to find plenty of seals left, contrary to reports from tho United States. British Columbia wishes to build a structure at tho World's Fair mado of every variety of wood known to British, Columbia forests. , Ellsworth Curdy of St Joseph, Mo, having Just finished a term In the peni tentiary for blackmailing Is arrested again for a similar offense. The popo has decided to annul tho con secration of somo of tho altars In tho Pan theon. Rome, becauso of desecration during last Friday's troubles. A combination of all tho rice mills in tho south is under way. Tho capital Is to bo $.',000,000. Tho Standard oil company and English capitalists are behind it i Third Assistant Secretary of State John Moore has resigned from tho stato depart ment to undortako tho duties of professor of international law nt Columbia college. A suit of Amelia Haller, at New York City, for JI5,0J0 damages for breach of promlso of marriage against Charles Bert chlner,rcsultcd in a verdict of Oo damages. A California ranchman, named Wilson who found himself surrounded by flames, was saved by the pluck of a mus tag pony, which carried him through tbo flames t safety. It is announced at Constantluoplo that that tho Arabian revolt in the province of Yemen has ended ln tho complete downfall ot tho rebels. Tho losses on both sides were heavy. At Alton, 111 , James Donnelly, aged 13, shot Henry Koehne, aged 15, discharging tho contents of a shotgun into his legs, sldo and face. The boys had previously been fighting. Tho Philadelphia, Pa., banlc closed Its doors announcing that, on account ot the continued demand from depositors, it was deemed best to suspend payment and go into liquidation. Justlco John J. Ganzhorn, of Kansas City, Mo., who was turned out of offlco a fow days ago has bad a decision from Judge Black placing him In full control ot his office again. Mr. Andrew R. French of Kansas City who proposes as a means ot relieving tho d stress ,in Europo that each farmer should donate threo or four bushels of wheat isH said to bo Insane. At Wortham, Tex, tho dead body of Henry Coflcld was found; death being caused by tho loss of his artificial means of breathing, a sliver tubo inserted ln his windpipe, while In an intoxicated condi tion. A line ot thirteen steamships is to be es tablished between Now York and Brazil .by Brazilian capitalists. Ono object is to cut off tho unfair advantage which En llsb traders havo heretofore enjoyed. At Lima, O., Emanuol Rynk and F. C. Goss wero seated on a threshing machine and driving across a bridge when the flooring gave way and tho machlno and men fell a distance of thirty feet Both men wero crushed to death. The Berlin correspondent ot tho 'New York Herald cables that Queen Victoria. and tne uzar acted in concert in inviting tho French fleet to visit their respective countries, tho object being to Impress the Kaiser, whoso belllceso remarks hat ilarmecl his grandmother. -M M , v -. f t at 3? i -& t h 1A .-4 if 't i I to 7 1 ', SFi Wi TS yt .-rtf .MS- w -fyX ,. L fl vmi j--, Mr, $ .5r JFV- Jt" j ,jfl . .jr. HB i 3 TX .1 .w 1 i .-""a ri? 1 ' &l sMViT ! . . 'I' -J t xi.u-,1SMiJ . imAJmk&u ' ' te-Mw.