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4L VOL. XXXVI. DALLAS. TKTAR PkTHAY. .TTTt ,. lO iKft ...r"TAm.mnriMsw -m. .m. , x., Jii - 1-' iwvt ifKICKKIVK VXtiJA TUT DALLAS DA1LY' HEE ALB. JUL NO. 21 0. ) l0.cBATNK, J.T.TRE?.ICVAKT,JB, Plll I II I VM 1.1 . A. . KKJUUX)N.C3Mhtr. Dallas M'l Bank Authorized Capllal, . . 1500,000 Capital paid ia, ... 1150,000 Barp'ux mid rndtTt ed Profits, 845,000 itttm al Merchinti tad ladmdmli Solicited ferSP,,,"ri, A. J. Porter, j. T. Trese- ". "turauii, AlirU Davis, O. A, isatlng, K. M.Keardon. Ill following are prominent subscribers U llie HLOcIl Of 1 Villi hmilr J JU9'lT5A?,i President Central Ka- .uuiti diiui .nuiaueipnia. '"VVN, of Provident Life andTrust OOj, Philadelphia. UAi, l't'LMAN' President Seaboard Sank, New lork. JAMES E. OKANNia, of Tradesmen". Rational Buuk, New York. ?B,,,PAYNK President Klrat Nattonal Bank, Bradford, Pa., and Vloe-PresUtent Seaboard Bank, New York . 1- LAWTON.of First National Bsuk, Clean, & . Y. i BUTLER, of Flm uatjong! Bau)l Oitan, N. Y. I HANiN A, of Wolr Plow Co.. Mom- ; saontn, 111. vD. O'DAY, General Manager National TrauNlt Company or United Btates . JOK bKKP.oftlie Htauilard Oil Co. 311 and 313 Houston Street, Fort Worth. Texas. GENERAL AGENT INARK, WRBKK, JVEKS & FONI), BALK .1 Mason & Ilamlln, BHONINGEK, (ORGANS . Prices implicated. IVHiiriialus In BKl'ONl) HAND INKIKuSlKNTr). 1 ! Lampasas springs. Parti i - In search of a summor resort can not had a more delightful plane to Sand Hjh heated term then the Park otel, m Lsnipasaa. Table and service Bnexo-!ii '!. rinest balhing. Good tunic. ItoiuMful Hoonory, Htato en Cainpnii i't will I'd held within Park otel t-r ird . Special rates to rami lien. Ailiii-e'H II. 11. Kick, Manager. .1 a ? IK BBWaTKE,: - W aC3 tray (PIANOS I SPECIAL SALE I ll,000 GLOBE CORSETS, al 35c; Ml from 65c to 51 Pair Lisle Thread Gloves, new shades, at 35ci former price 85c. ' 1,51 yards New Embroidery, at greatly reduced prices, j A large line of Ladies Underwear at less than the cost of the material. HII Over-Lace for Yoke and Sleeves at 40c per yardi former price 75c, Elegant Laces for Oress trimmings reduced 10 per cent from former prices. hmu i Headquarters for Stylish Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets. t "'-K.WsBfsl laciisjiiiiiniiMiiiiMi 'fgpai Ai: BATINS.21 VELVETS.! !SILKS.": RIBDO?JS, PLUMES, .TIPS ? riowersOrnamBnts, and 'everything pertaining totho Millinery Llne.CSSS' E, B AUEiAN, Dallas,Texas GOLDEN IPPlIin FRIDAT. Ml . -.'f tf-'-S1, Stf fivnCft I i. . s MB STB .il 1 UULP WE HAVE ' IDETEIilvIIlTED TO MIA-K-tCi EVERY FRIDAY A GREAT BALE OF ALL OCJR REMNANTS, AND THEY WILL EE MARKED AT SUCH FABULOUSLY LOW PRIOE3 THAT IT WILL MAKE OUR REM NANT DAY SECOND ONLY TO OUR MONDAY'S SALES OP SPECIAL BARGAIN'3. THE BARGAIN HOUSE. V II E O X 1; V 1 U 1I1IUJJ House in the FUlLlLr .I N E 1 T A H fiTHERS, 714 Elm St. ii f aces State. v in i HER MAJESTY ENTREATS. The Graud Old Man I'mtu Somewhat Obdurate, Too. The CouserTiitlves Very Willing' to Take Charge of GoTcrniuent. The Berlin 0,uld Nuucs Tell Exactly How it Stands. And the Londou Press lias Oceans of Advice to Give. An Awful Calamity at Frenrh Court- Ilouso-Oplnions at Paris or the British Perplexity What the Russians Thluk. A WATER SPOUT IN MEXICO. Kiiglaud. IN OBKD1KNCK TO HKR MA.IE8TY. London, Juue 11. Lord Hartlngton stayed in Loudon In obedience to a tele gram from the Queen. DRAW1NU IT MILDLY. The Madrid correspondent of tho rimes sajg that the cholera scare there is exaggerated and that the dis ease is only u the mildest l'oim. oonnuls i.ow ion. ioimuiswb in, for money; Mi lor acuouui. TBK OONMKnVATlVKS HKADY. Everything in regard to Kovernment crisis is still unsealed. TheJ Ktandanl, (Conservative), declares that the Con servatives are retdy te form a govern ment at tho bidding of the quenu, The News (Liberal) urges Gladstone to per sist in his resolution to resign, and say: A few months of hateful Tory rulo will return him to power, stronger than ever be tore. THK TIMKW ADliltKH. The Times advlnes the ministers to reconsider their Intentions to resign. It says the vote Monday uitiht was due to the determined measures of the Lib eral whips for getting mombers to at tend. It plainly Intimates that the ministers will Und that the queen will insist on being given urgent ret'ons lor thoir proposed action and oven then will probably refuse to accept tholrros i nation. TUK O.ITKKN STEADFAST. The Standard saysi "His understood tho queen ha requested Gladstone to suoinlt to her his views In lull of tho political crisis In order that arrr.tige ments may m made to avert the Imme diate change in tho ministry." '-It Is not expected," the Standard eontluuos, "thut tho queeu will aooept the resigna tions of the ministers or that any dual decision will be reached ooncerniug the question of changing the government until her ninjesty'a return to Windsor Castle. There exists a suspicion which daily deoeus that the Gladslune min istry courted their recent dofcat for the purpose of concealing under Us excite ment their own dissensions. State ments made since their defeat by Some Liberal members, who absumed them selves Irom the vote on the fatal decis ion, show that tho government might have saved itself on that vote if it had cared seriously to do so." TO AN KMUASST. The Dally Telegraph expresses the hope that the United States govern ment will soon rais. the legation at London to an embassy. Huch a change. It Is said, wpuld he universally fav.red in 1nn.on. Referring to the departure of Lowell, the Telegraph says: He won .11 our hearts and ho will be the connecting tie between the nations lie loves ami knows ho well. CllOI.NO HIM, It Is rumored that the queen has sent a telegram to Mr. Gladstone requesting him to reconsider his decision to resign. There Is no reason, however, to believe that Gladstone will, under the existing conditions, consout to resum. ofllce. IN A HALF nol'H, An offlclal order was Issued to-day closing Windsor Castle to the public after to-morrow. This la a sure sign of the advent of the quoen at Windsor. It is only 30 minutes by rail from London. The return ot her majesty will greatly xpedito public business at the pres ent crisis. "krekii" incidkhts. Nearly very hour brings fresh ru mor about the ministerial question, The latest or these rumors Is that the Mar quis ot Hartinglou, secretary of state lor war, will be asked by the Queen to reconstruct the Liberal ministry il Mr. Gladstone Is to retire. Nothing reliable, uuwevHr, uas ir.tiispireU to-day up t: this imur o:au p. m. j no uuneu has mnuo an apiolnliueul to cooler with Mr. Gladstone on the present crisis in itrlliah political aM'atra. The conlereuoe will tate Place next Saturday al ilal tuoral Castle. The Qin-cn lits ananged to return to Windsor Caxtle ou the JJili instant. IP BIIK UIKIKS II AHD KNOtluU. The latest reports irom aiithenllo souices Indicate the eventual return of Mr. i'ladxtone to olllre at I lie head ot a recount ructiMl ami coercion t'sbiuei. Mr. Gladsione wImi.i.s to alianilnu po litiCA. 1IU., but 11 he changes liU mind and continues at Hid head ol llrillsh IKilltii-ul sll'airs, It wbl be at the urgent solicita'l'iu of the queeu. A luiye nuiuuer of olllclal Iciegntms have psHsml to-day beiweou Ixunlou and Ititiuioral. 'I'lio HruiHh :esidents of Casbuwio re port that earlhquiiKO i hooka roiitiiiiKi ol great aevenl. Tim towns ot llra muiu and Snpur have been utterly mine.! and -loo persons killed. Tiiete has also been great lost of llle In adja cent villages. Many cattle and sheep have beeu killed France Til AS1'K( T 1 PRANl'K. Takis, June 11. -The political orisiiln British atlalr. strengthens the belief that the International Hunt Canal Com mission, at preseut In session, will dis solve without reaching any ooucluslon on oiause No. 10, It Is thought thst afliir Uissotu'lon dalts of the proposed treaty, esch containing- the lull text nl all the lival versions or clause No. 10, will be submitted to the different pow ers, who w ill deal thri ugh tboir re spective diplomatic channels with llie quoxlion Involved. AN AI'fAl.l.lNO DIRASTRR, At Thelrsiowu, In department I'tty at DoKiin, a murder trial has been In pro gress for some days. Yesterday was the lust day of the trial. The court house was crowded with men and women anxious to witness the closing event. Wheu the poopie wore leaving, immediately alter the adjournment f court, and ware Jammed upon ttisbnie stairway leading to the alreet trie lofty staircase fell. The scene that foll.wed waa appalling. Immense masses ol masonry from above crashed down on the struggling people below, grinding through their Hnah and bones, and maiming and mutilating thorn in a hor rible manner on tb. staircase, and His shrieks of the people lying helpless In the rutna caused a paulo In tu ourt room and there was a msli for the now wrecked exit. Tuose who , . ia froi,t were un able to withstand the pressure rom behind and were hurlo't down upon the men and women .r.ished in the fall of the staircase and whom peo ple lu the street were striving to rescue. V hen at length the panlo had exhaust M Itself and the immense stono aps of the falleu stairs had been removed 20 persons wore taken from tho ruins .e8d,ATue.1"!urea numbered not less than 60, and many of these will die of Ihetr iujurios. ., LATER. The dispatch says: In addition to the 20 persons killed by the falling stair case. 100 nn In ......I M ..P. . ' . ,-iuivu, .ujr iii me in jured are women. Their wouuds are of a serious character. STILL LATKR. . dispatch from Thiers ssys: The Matles courthouse oalamity wfll be far more disastrous thau earlior dispatches i,naiS?,t'8d- lue d0J already number 4. l lie total number of wounded la now placed at 1(W. or th.xa n riously wounded and some nf t.hnf.i will die. U ermany. AS TUB 0BKMAN8 SKR IT. Bkrlin, June U.-Tho goniral news paper Impression is jhat tho "fall" of Mr. Gladstone will tend to a closer friendship between England and Gor. inauy. OTI1KB causus. Gorman diplomats alledge as none of the causes, land th greatest, ot the resignation of the Glad stone government was the lailure of the secret mission by the Karl Hoseborry, l ea or of tho ltritlsh privy senl to Berlin. Those diplomats novr assert that the obleot or that misMlnn was to securo a reconcilia tion between Gladstone and Prince Bis marck. Another oause Is said to havo been the failure of Chaiuberlalu'B re cent secret mission to Pails. Certain otllclals lu the Kaiser's for elgnnorvlce declare that Mr Chamber lain waa sent to the Kreuch capital by Mr. Gladstone lor the purpose of ob taining lroin M. d- Kreyoinlat, the Irench minister of foreign nlValrx, an Anglo-Jr ranch Alliance on Egyptiau aibiirs. This was to bo based on un equal Bhnres In tho oontrol of the coun try, the ringllaa control to bo porma nont, tho consideration to be ac corded Frauce, bel:.g an embaKsy ro:u King John, of Abyssinia, the establishment of which in theKho (llve s dominions and in relations with Kngland, would prove counteractive of Italian designs. It is declared that the lailure of.holh ii.inMei s grcst'T dis couraged Mr. GtailMone, who, losing heart at the discovery of what he b. lievod was noep hostility against Eng land enter! altiiid bv lu.r I, ,ii,., ....r. tinental neiglibors, suddenly awoke to a umi nenne 01 1 no lailure ol his lorolgu policy aud concluded to abandon politi cal life. ' Hussla. AN TUK HCSH1ANS 8KB IT. St. I'ktkuhiiuho, Jun,, n.Mr. Glad stone's retirement from the manage- uieui oi tsrillsn allairs. It Is gonerally believed hero, will not affect the settle- iiouiiui niHAignaii irontler question. TlIK ZAR'S MOIITMARK, The i police authorities stale that the Nihilists of that city are seriously di vided 111 nillttloil ly tj. Ilin lu.., - . continuing the agitation. A majority of raomuiNiiuuiu, ii is uonevou, lavor " iuuhoii uiunv oi lorrorisui and the makinrnf an tolurt in ..o-.,. . tlon by pan! Ho means. Th. Anarnhlst leauers, morieviuih and Kavulanka, have been arrested at KletT aud a Jew named Solomon Orvitcn has boon ar rested tor seditious practices at Khar koir. ABP17HRAB MAIf'8 OKATII RKAFPIRMKD. Tho Novosti (newspaaer) realllrma Its utHlommit thut t),A it Bhanlstnn is doad. It says rumors are boing received continually, both from theCaucusus and the Afghan frontier, of the assassination of the ameer. The novosu anus thai the people of Afghan istan are lu a state of great excitement, the minors of the death i l tho ameer having reachod them, loilowed by the other rumor that Ayoub Khan, tlie lormer ameer, now In Persia, will take the place of the murdered amear through the machlualions of Hussla. Mestno. QRKATDAMAOK II V WA1BR. Cittof Mkxibo, June 11. It u. diffi cult to obtain rollable Information aa to the extent aud nature of tho damage done by the burating of a waterspout at Guanajuata. It appears there were two floods cansed by waterspouts, the first occurring at Puobla O urenta, near La gos, on the night or the flth.lusUnt, and the other at Guanajuato on the night or 7th. At Puola Cuaronta the water rnso to the height or 'J, feet, sweep Ing every thing lu lis way. The loss ol llle is reported as very heavy. At Gua n itj il a to the loss or life waa less, but th. destruction of property was muoh greater. The Mexican Central Railway track la reported as washed away and gmal damago douo. All passenger trains from the North are delayed. Ex-MiMlstor Morgan loft this morn ing lor New York via Vera Crui. Minister Jackson will meet the minis ter or foreign relations litis aficrnoon for the Mrst lime. Ireland. AN OVATION TO DAVITT. Dt iilih, June 11. Michael Davit re ceived an ovation hero last night. The occasion of the demonstration was that the term or his ticket of leave expires today. It la reported that Mr. Davltt will contest the County nl Mayo at the approaching parliamentary election. John O'Connor power now represents the county. Admiral llornli, who left Pa Is mouih harbor a low daya ago with a sqiniiriiu of IS Vessels, iiicltl Hug some Iphi e,l and torpedo boats, has arrived It Itenti v !' iv on (lis wvst c la'ti of Iieiaiid. 1 he evolutions ol the aqusd run will Include a sham naval battle In Iluntry ( Itay. Atu r the evolulloos tse oniise of the squadron will be cou- vi ii ueu. Cuba, DKsolation. Havana, June 11. The mall steamer which loft 8U Thomas June 6, arrived here to-day bringing the fol lowing news: C'Mmj jiayllru, May SI): I u the oonllagrallnn at Aux Cayes on May IA, ?H buildings wore destroyed soil l,0eO fsiuilles were rendered home less. The loss Is estlmatod at over f'AtfcXVKKI. The government sentJooo biki supplies oi provisions to aid the suuerers. Nomls America. t'NBKR MARTIAL LAW. Panama, June 11. A proclamation has lieon Issued declaring the Slate of Panama uudor martial law. The city la quiet. TUB MIMIVTBII, Lima, Juno II. -Mr. W. R. Roberts, tho new United States Minister to Chill, arrived at C llao yesterday, en route to his de tloaiiou. Spain. CIIOLIUA IIAQIN'O. Madrid, June 11. The cholora In Spain Is spreading and th. Increased number of cases now dally reported la causing great alarm among the people In Valencia. There ha v. been 4S new cases reported since the last previous re turns ol yesterday. Castile report. 18 dotths in the province of Murola. There are 00 cases resembling cholera. This number include i cases in the city of Meroia. Keypt. FLV1N0) FROM THK M AUDI. Donuola, June 11. Over 11,000 ref ugees have arrived here from Khar toum and Berber. TheMahdlls allow ing Egyptian prisoners to depart. Seti noar ia well supplied aud still holds out. Austria. ELECTION RKTURNS. VlKHNA, Juno 11. It is now estimated that the reault of the recent elnnttn., throughout Austria will give the right 188 deputies In the new relchstrath, aud the left 132, the Liberal centre 20 and the other fractions 13. Turkey. STRICT QUARANTINE. Constantinople. June ll.-The Sani tary Council has resumed the strict quarantine which waa adopted In 1807 -ft"'"", onutuu arrivals. Terrlllc Explostou. Palkstink, Juno 11. tSneoial.l-At 4 o'clook this nrning a terrlfio noise one a neavy peal of thunder awakened the Ditizonn, occasioned bv the exnloslon of engine 767 near the passenger depot on tue international road, a few sec onds before it was to pull out the nas- souger train for Houston. The nrouiaii, Wilcox, was tho only Wrson on the en- glue. He escaped nilraoulously,' only being cut slightly ou tho arm and faoe oy glass in tho cab, which was shattorod bV COUCUSHlon. Thannntur inll.m sheeting ol the engine were blown to inuues, tun iruviuouui nyiug in all direc tions. Some of the nieces were thrown 1100 Yards. nnA hrMakltii a h.tla Ii. glass front of Dllley A Co.'s atore, lco ..u.ua nn.jr, Anuuiur large piece was found on the top of the store. Erag- Intuitu fell nil h.uiuAB OOO . w1 J1IIM. ItUlll the spot. A large piece of the sheeting no. uuinu w iiio luHiuie oi npriug street, one piece struck Policeman Dur ham Without Intlirv ami ...... I uf,w.l. the building in which the Advocate ot- mi., j.nuuj piiovuKrapu ganery are located. Several glass Ironts wore shat tered and bad tho streets been thronged with people some one would undoubt edly have boon killed. The wrock. Senator lluss' Views. LBAVENwonTit. June 11. Ex-United States Senator Edmund G. Ross, lately apiwlnted Governor of New Mexico, was here to-day and lelt for Topoka, from whence he will go to Lawrence, where a reception will be tendered him ou Friday at the opera houso, closing in tune to onabie him to take the midnight train for Sauta Ke. Govornor Ross ex pressed muoh avmnuthv for tlin inlV,,.i.. Irom tho Apache raid throuth southern mexioo, ana believes In radical und otluciive measures for suppressing such raids In tlin fiilnrn llu .,.?t believe that the heart of the Apache obh be reached by the customary . liberal distribution of food and oloihlng and promises of protection by the military authorities, hilt tlmt. ha la innra ... oeptlhle to restrain from fear of being euuv ur uangou ii ue leaves the reserva tion and goes off on murderous raids. Governor Ross says that he will do all be can to bring tue Apache raiders and murderers, who have infested southern new wexico, into the power or the civil authorities of the Territory for such trial anil minlMhiumir. u ... n I W American oltlxens guilty of similar crimes. Weatharfurd Uleanln(s. Wbathkhpord. Juue 11. iHoeclal.l The meotlug at the Methodist Church still continues. They speak or ereotln g a tent or arbor to oontluue it under. The rain of yeatorday momlnir will be benellclal to the orops. A fishing parly loft this morning for . week's recreation In Pain Pl..m County. Ailsa ltoaa DoGraft will leave to morrow morn, ncr nn a vli.lt IIa;.,i. and relatives In Missouri. .- W. Alex Aboy, of Longview, grand chancellor of the Knight of Pythias, v-bitled the linlge oinclally last evening and Instructed the membura in Mia ma. orot work. Two candidates were In structed in the third degree. The east-bouud passenger, which waa duo here this morning at 4:66 a. m., did not arrive until about 2 p. m. owing to the caving ola part of Red Bluff about 40 miles west of here. Weatherford Notes. Wkaiiikhkohd, June 11 Special. R. H. Birdwell, of Bryan, while stop ping at the Carson A Lewis House yes terday attomple d to sit down on a chair In front of the oluoe, which is above the sidewalk, whou the chair allpped, throwing hi in on his lelt elbow aud spraining It very badly, causing him to faint. A team of horses attached to a wagon ran away on the square to-dav. but were caught and stopped before any damage n M uuiio. lam Informed that cards are out an nouncing the marriage of Mr. W. J. Carnahan, of the Texas A Pacific Rail way, and MIssMatlle A Towusend, of Alois, lowa. They will bo married on the I81I1 Instant. Miss Towusend is a dsugiiter of Judge J. A. Towuond who, with his family, spent last winter here. Mrs. Wlntlelil Scott, of Colorado Cily, In In the olty visiting her parents aud Irieuds, Woutnu Wells. Wootkn Wki.ls, June 11. Special. The oat crop is being harvested and the yield will be good. Coltun, though mukII, Is looking fine. Corn looks well, and If It gets a good rain within the next fuw days a full crop will be made, aim ine proxpecM are goon lor a rain. North bound trains on the Central Road have boon late for the nast lew davs, but will uow run on time. There Is some talkoi ashootlng match at this place beiween W. W. Holland, or llromond. aud Mr. Penrose. We are not Informed as to whon It will take place. Marshall Matters. Marshall, June 11. Special. Captain J. A. Fraley, an old and much respected cltlxen, died this morning lu the 09. h year of his age. He was a devout member of the Episco pal Church. A large family and nu merous frlonds mourn the loss of a trnly good man. Another hesvy rain fell this uioru- in . The county tax collector publlshoa a llstoll'iO delinquent tax payers. Among others are several of our largest prop erly holders., ARLINGTON, A Cltlsen of Fort Worth Under Calumny. Arlington, Juue 11. HpeclaL Mr. L. D. Wynne, to whom reference waa made this morulng in Thb Herald's Port Worth special, Is a cltlsen of this city and one or the most honorable and highly respected young men of this community. His memls are Tory in dignant at the charge alleged agalttst blm and claim that t'.ioyoau prove be yond all controversy tU the statement are wholly untrue. THE CRIMINAL CALENDAR. Senator Toorbecs to Defend Major E. T. Johnson, el Tennessee. The Plaqaemlne Parish Murderers Found ttullty In the First Degree. The Murderers of Hal. Gosling Get Continuance. "Dutchy" O'Kcefe Found Guilty of Theft of a Ballot-box. IheStolnetal. Murder Case at Sherman Conoluded-One Dlsmlsed and th Other Two Held Without Ball Other Crimes. THOSE DECATUR SHOOTISTS. Henator Voorhees to Defend nim, Chattanoooa. June 11 a mania 1 a tho Times from Greeuvllln. Tt.n says: "The trial of Mlnr v. t " - -MS AI.UUU.UUS of Iudlanapolls, for the murder of Major f ,l0?V M oommenoed to-dav. Mninr .loliiiBon Iriiu.i m..i " ' - ipu M.njur xieiirr near Greenville last year for seducing his wire, who o nimitted suicide a few weeks before at Indianapolis throunU remorso. Senator Voorhees, of Indiana, defends Johimmi. Tho I...L ploted to-day. Found Guilty. PLAO.CKMINK. La.. June 11 n,r Wilson, Charles Davla nnrl M.ttk.. '"lit"' r1 ll"i;roe'' wore y''crday found Sentence was deferred. Tester's Case Continued. NBW BhAUNFELS. Juno 11 fSnnolol 1 -The case of the Btate vs. Charles xesgorwas called for trial vfroV aud the case continued to nAmh.i, torm. Yeager stands ohargod with the luruer oi united States Marshal Gos- 11 11 17 Inst Kiiliniui-n ,1 ui. paulon, Pitta, in charge ol that officer ' ,m pnoueuiiary io serve a llin BAtllAnn. fn. .....11 -..I. i . . m.. , .... in.li luuiwrr, ruts and Yeager, it will be remembered, slew Gosling in a desperate attempt to essapefroma moving train, In wliioh escaoe Pi I.I u was IrllL.H h i.i . u..,,- deputies. Three other nartlos, Coles- u t """"m """am ueuunan aud Em -I . Nf14 if . f Fl I Via S m.. I A at. - -. ".in bv me time, have beeu Indloted for complicity In the murder. Mrs. Pitts and Yeager'e sla ter, vrho furnished the pistols to the prisoners, have been released. He Stole a Ballot Sox. Ciucaqo, June 11. "Dutohv" O'fCosra was to-day fonud guilty of stealing a ballot box from the third ward and .ouwuumi to one year in the pen. Without Ball. Sbtrbman, June 11. 8peolal.-Th. United States Commlsslnnnra' cinnrt i. still engaged In the examining trial nt Ed Stein, Tom Lee and William Bour- anu. Ud Stein test fled for hlm.lf. it. testified to havlne left the hnnu hk Torn Lee and Jim Lee'a wife before the shooting and returned after the shooting, aud that Jim and Pink Lee were the only onea in the house at the ...... vi mo kiiiiuk. no bi lestltled that he came over to Texas iu company With tha anciiHurl b.iH Mi.-nA.i .i.t them to the Nation aud remained with jiioiii -ovorai uava Deiore he came to Deulaon and surrendered. He gave no rAaJMin for not Infnrmlnn . V.-. .... i t.i. when In Texas as to who did the klll- uiK, nun assignea as a reason for re maining with the Lee boys that he was alrald of being mobbed. The murder waa commuted on the morning of Mav Rachel Lee, a full-blooded Indian, th. wile of Jim Lee, corroborated Ed Stein in eyery particular. Uonrland waa discharged and Stein aud Lee hold without bail. An Infamous Calumny. e.,.n . t . . effort has been made to Injur. R. B. Harrison, United States Assayer, In charge of the mint at Helena, who la son or senator Harrison, o( Indiana. The schemo, It Is understood, originated with a discharged employe, but It la evldi nt that others are sharing in It. Two days ago a dispatch was -received over the wires saying that an Investi gation showed that the publlo money had been used for private purpose. Aa this was signed by the au thorized agent of the press, It was per mitted to pass. The mends of Mr. Oar risen having challenged the statement, en Investigation was instituted and the Helena agent was called on lor n ex planation. He pronounced the use of his name a forgery. The Western Union Telegraph Company has now been called by the Associated Press toexplain why its manager at Helena accepted and transmitted a forged dispatch. That company will be held to strict account ability In this ease. Wi rdhasbiou re ceived Irom the United States mint ex aminer this morning that Mr.Uarrlson's office was fouud lu perleot condition aud his accounts adjusted to a cent. That Decatur ahootlng. Dki'ATCR. Juno 11 tSneel.nTt. shootluu adrav which necon-nd Lap yesterday between W. B. wmin n, Jake Prlckett seems to have grown out the ract that Prlckett olaluied of Willis n ImlulilAilnAua et On m(u K I n I. nrt. .......U'..uvnn V. VU Wlltfl, I.IIIVI1 VYI1- 11s alllrmed was not the oaso. The fact. m uuveiiMitm uis morning are as tol- li.ur.. I.lnl.... I....I A .l -" " -. muni. .i.v. UllUIIT". llllB through the poatollice. to which Willi, had replied by an Insulting note, for the receipt or which Prlckett made a com plaint against Willis In the Justice. vi. oiiu-m . i ii-iv ti i. was paMS- ing the Bank Salons, .when Willi, asked him if tse- had m.,i the oouplalnt; he yenlled that he had. A few rouh word. - v. u -m. u. a t. m niui, inree shots wore fired and both men were i.n: i a . . . . . . 7 nuiiuueii, n nil iu me rigui sine ami Tnckett in both Hands. Phvsician. were immediately summoned and their "vuuui w.iv uiui.ii.: iKJ.n were ar rested and each planed uudor a J VO bond. Botb are up this merulng and exnreNt themseivus llioromrhlv uiut.ml and It Is hoped by the people that the 00 cents will he paid anon or the eoUoo-. Il,.n nf Dm ..,.. Flfty-Sevea Tears. fTTI Jbfferho.i, June IU Special. lu the case of lie. Walker, charged with the murder of Holt, the jury agreod on a verdict of guilty and assessed the pen alty at 67 years in the pen. The verdict was reached in two and a half hours. A motion for a new trial was filed by ouunsel for aocuaed.