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ATTORNEY* AJSD COCJWSLLOica At
law. OCtaet at LaeafKMrr. Ximl \>r
•OS aotS Seattle. Seattle oflkee, Y«ahv-Leao
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ISAAC M. HAM,
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A TTORSEY AT LAW-HE* S*T fiu-c*.
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ATTORSETS-AT r.»W-omri! THIRD
floor rah* Iy«rv InliliUaK; room* ad
jo<ala< I' h. Umfl 'ifflw.
RHKN HMITH,
Attorney at ww, p. «. commi»
st'raeraml Notury Pttbll<- Flm la»>**
| taoaitlii aud *oid. box «.??.. grat
is: ' tteTw T.
P. P. CAKKOIJ.
I A TTOMMSY AND COVXMOXOK AT
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In*, Front rtfct-l.
I uii. pansiKH.Aiincrrr,
1 TTOJK'F.OPATtItirr. LOKi> FAMOI -4 ! A*
lJ ihf htillait ilix-tifm uf IS: Wubiue
ton ''reft. Ronton. *(»<••
oawi*! to of women and
K #»lMiv:j Ttwxe eipf'Mn* ronAm-v.rnt
or«ra!Titrm* fro m inrnatnial lrr< Tuiarttir*
aboiii>! tmpC* iaily In r f'mlh
notwrr.'.l lixf i r utxllt CoMUltallon Ifw
Trratm.-nt fr*c lor ibow anaMc to par
| : Jm * to to a. m. W . Konnu,
Ihweetbal'e Uiuek. nil'., Front »ttwt,
K fcaie. j«y?
C*. K. CASK, M. JJ.
AWftMISAJ. Bt'BOEON AND OYME
, eoUtght
; TACOMA. W. T.
DR. 'l'. V. QOODBPKRQ,
PHYSICIAN ANDfIURtiEON ROOMS*,
6 atfl 7 Xtooc'd building, Front *»
J w HAMirttK
pHYMt IAN, Ht'iyiF.OX AMi fIYXI- j
JT rolo«t1»t. atteutio:i *l,m to
Imm of the Evnitn. miliar): organ* ntid
metowi. ' iftlif- Front *tHrt. mtl*»TH
.. I>U. .1. \V. JOHNHOK,
IJH Y*lt'! VN AMI HI'KtiKMN. OFFICE
A ZW-'-j Fr<mi stinet, between Bell and
. adterr. W. T.
Tmrrr. TST nTmrAimr?,-
OF THE CNlVRIwm* OF
« Puun-v ..mi!*, m«kr* a opti-lal!? <i
4wa*ne of tkfvjre, Par and throat. TrvaU
pHrat'-. ekronle and nkln dt*ea»ei. Ri-
M«n caiirrr, tuuiurn and nleers without
pals or i» of the knife.
Mire, romef Third and Cherry ittnti
jhwir*. ' a. m to 4 |, m.
T. T. aiaoa. >. a y u a. dawmin, m. b.
DHH. MINOR* UAWHON
pBYSIC'IAKR AND HCRUEONa
omi a» m or*** not »* auxa.
Tatepbonen: OHli'v, No. Ki. Dr. Minor'*
MMene*. No. C
»K. A. KKICH,
fVWILABYKOOOCOPI9T.
U llivl!t|| r.'tuni«vl ti uu hu U. the
BmUixl (nrr»|w, wilt U- U to
Ik formw im\n*un and r>%hvn> «l< «irlnit hit
flvitHi, at hi* f«>rt>trr In the Ye«ler
MBIT Hl«»ek, W. T. K*?i»i4*»nre, c#r
Fourth und MtWmi «1 w
X>Ji. hhannoh,
Frrsn ian am) srauKos-ornrE,
Onlou lll.« k, Front itrrvt, flr»t finor,
KiMtm 10.
QCr« hour*— lo a. m to 12 m:2to i p.
m.j 7 to'' I' m i
tLMim. a. d. H wrvi >iiuu>,i. d
DRH.H.MITII Ac WtLLARO
EIYHH IANS AND Hl'ROHHtt—omCK
Poti. In'« Hloek, Front itriet OlKer
l»~:i to 4 p m and 7 to » p. in.
A. e. wiixiAMft.
PHYSI' IAN AND tfl'ttOKON FORMER-
K Ij Snrttt-mi City ll»M>i!al, HI Louta. Ma
tMkv- Km tin 6, No. lEU&U Front MMrt, hc
<frW-T'
»t%«l Nir»«. PI. *l. ChuiU*,
niALXKi AM* TKAUIERB CHRI-
S-11 tl*n k latter, Mental Iffftliug. S»>. 101$
■ftrnid»irt»-t, trntwovn MAdiwu autl J*|»riu?r,
iwtflie, Washington TVrmorv.
BAKKH, MCK)HK Ac CO.,
SBAW'HEK.* OF ROOMS
11, 3D, Sft, 96, tlilnl floor, I'uiou Block.
Co»|*lt"t* *t*tra« t« of titlo to
ny Un ls In tb«» ctty of Seattle or Ktr»f
MRYKK ,V IKIHN HOC'II, '
Awuitkits and sriFßiN'Trsn
etiu, mil Front itroet, Kroney Work,
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4 RCHITFt TS BITTER'S BCIIiJIKO,
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P. Mu< AHDKLU
AK'WTEtT ROOM IV NO 911 FRONT 1
•tfwt, Seattle. JkilMlm
H. NTKINMAK,
AtOHITIttT ROOM J. K KIN HI BUX'K.
Frmit awl Marlun »trveta.
Bdxrson bektrard *'cou
o*o ai Mining Eifliaan aad
DringhUmcD.
RAII.R0 AD. MINIS';. W \TKK WOKKJ*.
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BTt'KUV »V OWKIW,
ptVll. ENiiINKKILS srRVKYOKS AND
• ,,n - iUiliiAyi iimt «lht i r j»nlv
JJJjHt* «K-»:h :• I'Uiw.
eihl c«tun»to9 furui»h« «1. Tojh>-
PJWceI wrm« »:i«i m«{wi ma4# tor mny
tki!i cuartutwil
iji, Hutu r Rktci, Jam*' * »t..
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CJIL AND MIXING KNOINCKRH-crTY
oflit-c K.-i ru .ti *nvt S7,
Takt fK'vUir
For Sale.
l*U7 and 8, Block 81,
®*Bny'» Park Addition.
Apply
HIED. E. SANDER,
Car. Mill ,„4
ConiutrrcUl tt«
FOR SALE 7
JJ*Bi vak dohkx farm, on whits
ah-»lt W a.fra: *
n> «i r> ciroi-r. teuattl kaak
ehoi - ta.-uv <tr, (a &•» .*•
C,™ • #»<• t>( lut fan.ru lu tha
arrva at utabrr laad adjoin
m HE? >'• partt.-tilar» app'j to
w "*»» tiK<> « VAN IH.IKJ.N-
Whit,- Ki .vr INwtoAra.
K ::j Co., «a»h. TVr.
te •»«„.„„, 0. IRKfi R ?\N1»I:K,
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SHfITOI & ARMSTRONG,
Miins a
REAL
ESTATE
A3TD
Loan Agents.
Fanning Lands.
8o acres marsh land in
Skagit county, near Mt.
\Crnon. This is A No.
i land. Price, $1350
cash.
160 acres of rich bottom
land. y t mile west of
Terril lake, in What
com county: alder and
vine maj>!e; land easily
cleared.
160 acres on Orcas island,
x /i mile from postoffice
and steamboat landing;
60 acres cleared, 40
acres under fence; good
farm house and barn;
stream of water runs
through place; school
house within a mile.
Price, S2O per acre;
SIOOO of this on time,
to suit purchaser.
120 acres on Orcas island.
This land is easily
cleared; no large timber:
g«xxl soil; alxnit one
mile from boat landing.
40 acres suburban tract
near Hall Bros, ship
yard on Salmon Bay.
Price, sjoo per acre.
138 acres two miles above
Snohomish City, known
as the Low farm. Ev
ery acre of this is rich
bottom land, 50 acres
in meadow, and will
yield annually 150 tons
of hay, good farm house
and barn, with sheds
and outbuildings; 50 or
60 fruit trees, all large
and bearing heavily,
consisting ol apjJes,
jK-ars, plums and c her
ries; 20 acres pastur
age. Price, $5250, one
half cash, balance in 2
years at 1 o per cent.
Timlier Lands.
, withlu i*«e half mile ol «alt
water *> ill cut !-.«».««> PHee,
|li per aere.
IRO aero- will nit VMt.iO: If railroad
»h 111.1 U hailt to IVrt Towtiaend It
win run ttorvutfh thl* traet. Will
MPll llK!U>r without tin- land, or both
together ITIe», ».•*•*>. >r *3M» for
timber.
4HO aero*. w :ll eul -Ml" 1 MB a foo.l drl»
lug stream runs through thl» traet
rih Property.
10 lot" In V.-Hr'» ~ . ad •uppl'mortal
a.l.ltti. . ion- M.«k fr"»>
atrv.-! i.o. all thrai Price,
tt.W. well
3 KwiitU't- • • ar»d Id* In l> T
BV « »!f»h H-I'tit:!-■> rrtff, tAH»;
mar *tnvt car Kn<* ami wlvhto two
blork. of motor Una rout.
1 tot with >'• room har>l finl*he<l hau**
lu D T Itfim*'- a*Wit'OH, tw»>
M.« k« fr.'Ui motor Hue rontr Prtee,
tuno
• rlearwl !„«• in F.»»ti»» a.l»!l'i.
commamla .. Ilntf vivw I'"- - ' 1 •'*
1 lot In H-rrM a.t.iiti.M!, with >-.. m
hoti..' free,
1 lot In Kmifa>»i" ailillti -ri Thl» » *
choir* kit. only 1 » hlock from
rahU' rar» FtW,
•Ml lot*. Knslan.l'n aililitl.'" to t»:v>t •
I,l'nh 1 ti« all !.'*<•! and twaar.ro'
tot« .•Iwimt, within «r»- ntiiuto*
walk>'fVk«.t i',*»t rallpwol d»pot
Pries'. fr.>m HlB t» »t>- p«r lot. Soo
hotnl.h la to>l*y th.- mart pn»nil«n«
inland town i» Wc*t<-rt! waansn*
ton for Inrcatawnt.
3 on. aero lot» In -ii. homt.h I'itv
howm Null all r-un.i them Uaa
tifull; »it»attfd Prtoe. ll* ™* h
g lotii - '..-:v.i«h i 'tr f.'-t '-^'' * -
2 j.,tata>- h,-'i:»h i ity tor »ir. eaeh.
4 aero* of tieh bottom laml a i iltt . c
i«m>lHMni.h t'it< Ffte*. >*»
■ Kit In >ho!at»ii lit* ' T I -
40 a. r«-*tiuoleT*l land tao mile, from
* V W -,at...m Pr! e |A) per arro
AO ami a half rnilea fr at «e
I ... , i.;a>l.- f"f di*«pa* into 5
and* to aero traeH M per aero
v, Bf-ia Witt, a half »»;»• . f New
Wkili ua nrj tkalTahW; don t a*c-
K-»-t this opportauitl to maie aa
iDHtlN'mvUl.
% fine cx>*j proptit| f«»r
Bars[aias ta Mercer's Addition.
Bargains in Terry s Krst AdJitioD.
ia Tem s Second Xdditwa
Baifaiis is Judtin's Aiiititt.
- niid 3
IRI IDE Bl ILDIMia
SeiUk, Wa-skiflgteo Trniton.
ill Pmw Utabc tk P«rik tf Utj Feftilis in EspmllT
liviW U Visit tk OU BflaWt Dit M Eapin
ov
W. P. BOYD & CO.,
6*21 and 6*23 Front street,
1
BTBAITUC, W. T.
THEIR IMPORTATIOSH COMPRISE
Drj Goods. Fancy I Famishing Goods.
EACH DIPAITIEXT COIPLITK.
Sjetial raises ii Eajlish aid freaek Dress GMs,
A splendid assoM of Wrej ill lislii
BMM Slits, Litu Batistes, Its.
(«<u «U1 be told at the lowest poa*ibla price*.
Their parasol* tad (aa amVrella* are unsurpassed (or color. itjl» and gan
eral make-up. U changeable, plaid*, stripe j, black, cream and vahou other
ttjlea. laee trimmed or flam, with beautiful aad uaique handle* ia wood,
niter, eboaj aad ivory.
The moot popular make* ia kid, nib aad lid* thread florea
Th* celebrated "Clematait" black hosiery, warranted not to crack or fade.
Pull line ol corwt* and underwear
An osteone* awl complete stock of men'* furnishing food* ft xtrj tow
price*.
81WKHOLDKIW :
B. CfiMcrt, J. F. Hoyt, Etra
J. Purtb. H. 0. him'l Kecney, W. V. Harrmaton.
X. D. tiailard. E. I' Ferry, .It liUiinn, fieu.Wm. MeJliekan,
A B. Htewart. Dr T T Minor, J. H M'flraw. J. Sclirain.
H. 11. Utwi*. H. UYealer. W. V. Riw-hart, 11»» Naber,
t-..1 U Terry, • Jauxo Uulhwell, H U. V*U'l, i. D. Lownian,
CAPITAL SIOO.OOO.
HOME FIRE INS. CO.,
Of SEATTLE.
E. B Dowciln*. A. L Palmer. W. P. B-iyd. C. P Stone,
iivo It Ailair, <j. F. lUymond, FiM-her&Hacdocald, Ethelman, Uewellrn
0. Davie*. AdaindrtU. Moraa lin*., A Co.,
Ai'i .? Ilrown. Aa?iiftt ilehln«iTn, F. C. F. flapp,
t'ba*. F. Fnt*eh, A. Burwell, Alfrtrd Suydw, . E. B. Hurwrll.
A. M Itroobe*. D. X. Hait.-r, t apt D. tillmore, K. i*>be & Co.,
M. Si K iiotttteln, A. Lhtlbtrj.
J. p lion, Prcalijent. J**b* Bornwatx. feecretary.
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS CO.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle.
IS". AKMSTKOXGr & CO.,
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle
Transfer Company.
rir«t-rl»«a Turnout*. Order* filled at aajr hoar day or aifht.
Teh-phoue 41. OB?* wner main an*! Se<H>nd afreet*
lIfcTSTTIR-JLlfcTaiE
IM ALL ITS TUMM
Vire, and .Accident.
TAYLOR & BURNS, Agents,
Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 25
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment of losses.
Ilrfrr to any or our old fitattomera.
BBct In llntl»r'« BulMltt. ■!»»■>« Urwt »mUI«.
FREE OF COST !
ESHELMAN, LLEWELLYN J GO.
Th« Rml Estate fit M«n»» Orokera of th*
Pacific Coaat,
t «tatJ a*K4-al IRTlTttloS to all TtfltCM a* IKIT I LI, H ml aa ta tU la
a»Uai It.ir iMr».
POST BUILDINO, MILL ST., SEATTLE,
Anil -raa-f - -"■»». ta. a ItMlgdUti I'NIH TIP DKrRIFI If K
IT. . Vital , a «a iTTLI «M» *» t»HI*«T»JI It j» - fiif*t »l •»
.'walnl.aeaa .*«». ft KB I.F i»»r '0 TOD. Asd It TOW MM w»m t» lU.i wjaa,
■ a*J ta tha
Future Great City of the Pacific Coast
THI ONLY SEATTLE it* AMERICA,
«• can «ai. 70a loto ta
BOSS' SECOND AUDITION FOR sl7s OR S2OO,
Tfci, U tka aaaa acta s< aatar cf
O I ta - ailwr *• a«a4 «w ar< r>>i«»naa'ta'» aa "•» Wat Mratu
t!>-»HI» o* > 11>».'«a k o€i• «a •a. raa It »l'i !-»• r* 1 <*fl »«aea
ta , -tf. im~ t. M*a*> »«rtJ >. < owat*.a« a ! hai r v.<m. Ural Wt» t.t. -var a
11 'a,," IV!53a tar J<«r m* a-t t jaar . f ul .» ra» tatk.J
d..a> a•»i.pa t. tfa ta J » a»a «»10»i.(.f man ppi»v«M «ax l>
r.», ,w b u'M .»• -f tt «• a» • iae«rtr ( a loot. ,il »fc. a j.a k.»- »
h •.-••aii-.to ]>mi ifJj, k.»» laffc, » •*» a ta ua
> '» Tatk of Hi P.cifc.
COLLECT INSTEAD OF PAY RENTS. BE
YOUR OWN LANDLORD
(JOLDKX lU'LK BAZAAR.
Just received, two cir loads of MASON FRUIT JARS
artd one cir load of JELLY GLASSES.
E. LOBE & CO S.
IOWMAN & HANFORD 8. A P. CO.
■*>LK U.FSTS TO*.
KXAIJ K PIANOS,
Maaoa Si H*kH» »*J FiamanJ & Volar Orjaaa. P«alan im
Mmalcafcl la«t»«rat». Corner »on' g.
PETERSON 15 R OS., "
tayartrn »aJ ftaalfr, ta
ami I'HOVISIOXS.
lAt» Lc»«»t Ovim hr ata:. a. it L»t
A|m „ K. DMktr'a l't«w.n »»«
SEATTLE, WASBI3GTO* TEBBITOBY, WfcDIESDAY, JULY I!, 18SS.
THE CONSPIRACY.
Chaimra H«f( ud M'nr
pby lader Arrest.
msos LITE IX MlO§P«rT.
Hig«, mt tk« Birttagtaa
Strike, Wm u "t»»»r«," ta
«k* -«•! Sc4» w Ctml*r-W®rw
Tkaa Um AsM«ki»t*, b«* Dtorot
avHl I» Tim*.
CWftCaaw JZJT to.— Chairman Boge of the
&HZiimgt*yXl 4 CCSUBIHoe of lit*
Brotherhood of Engineers. and » 'liainsaa
Murphy. occupying the p;a?e it ;he
Pifaaaca'a &r\>lberhood, were arrested «h»
i moruins tad lacked op at the Arw*? po
| Me* statism
The prisoners were taken completeiy by
surprise. The two chiefs were charged
*»ith conspiracy. The maeb-talk -d of eir
ntW la which Hoare >• a. leged to have re
qawM men to hire them
| selves seeretely to the Quiacy railroad and
; liiea diaahte U said la be the ba*:a
of the cb*g\ rs arauw? Hoe*. i
I Mnrpfcy b eb*fjfa wHSs being an accom
lldioe.
General Manager >*oae wore oat war
refltt it« night tod they were fciTea to
oftwn io be served early this moraine.
Attorney Collier of ike« 8.4 Q. rood said
this moralng that the prisoners would be
arraigned before * justice sad s continu
ance taker., si the coaspany wss not yet
ready to puih it» case. He asserted. bow
ever thai the evidence In of tbe
company was conclusive.
AX EARLY CALX. **
How Hose and Narphy Were Ar
rested—The! r Condor |.
CmrsAO, June ML—Two other :jubm
were on tbe iist with Hoge sad Murphy for
arrest. John J. Kelly and John M. McGis
rtijr. Tbe warrants for Ht«e *&d Murphy
were pUwd iu the hand* of
field and turned orer by him to two of hia
deputies. It w shortlyafter ®s. fii when
tbe ofilcer* twroreeded to the National ho
tel. where Hoge sad bis wife, Murphy arid
several Bro&crhood odU-iac* sre
stopping. Theotfceera were ported and
needed to s«& oo q tortious before going to
the room* 4»f tbe men they waaled.
One went to Bage'a door aail rapped
there waa no response, a:ii the knock wa
r* prated in s mere energetic manner. Thi*
roused Hoge, who opened the door.
"What is wanted* 1 he asked. "Mr. Boge,"
wa* the reply. *• That's nay name. '*Tbea
1 bare a warrant f<*r roar armst." said the
OBOT "Aii right: I'll go with you in a
moment." Hoge expressed u<> surprise,
but hastily dreaded himself aad joined tbe
officer in the hall.
Hoge and Mnrphy were takea before
Justice White, bnt a»aed for a ehaage of
venue. Upon the pnsor.er> feeiag brought
to Justice I .yon. toe railroad attorney de
manded a continuance. The justice
w a.« about to fix Ui.l at 11.000 apiece. v» hen
the company's lawyer protested, and after
some parley the smouul was increased to
91.500 for each of the men. The bonds wen*
promptly fiirnn»ltel. and Mmrs Hoge and
Murphy released until Saturday.
I alike the other strikers arrested, they
art arraigned uuder state, not federal
statutes. Their anv«4 aa* mad - under the
recently-enacted Merritt conspiracy taw.
If convicted the peaaltv is a term at hard
tabor fn the penitentiary.
la tbe meantime the other officer had
gone to the room which was occupied by
Murphy, who came to the door ia re
ratc to his rap. Morj»hv was very
wsy. and had evidently had little sleep.
•*Whose room ia this"" asked the officer.
'•Charles Thomas." was tbe reply "I
thought Murphy occupied lu" "well, so
he d«»e*: that's my nine, but unless your
i utineaa is of great importance I am too
tired to talk now." **But It is of import
aace. I hare s warrant for your arrest."
BAM.Y KUU.lirf NEI».
Murphy was awakeuvd. He grew as pale
a* tbe night robes he wore. Ue staggered
lack, grasping the door frame for support.
**A warrant." he ca-ped. "what lor, for
God's sake? ' "It charge* you with con
sidling agniast tbe (\ K.A: ij. ruad." and
the warrant was read to him.
Murph} dressed himself slowly. He was
too nervous to proceed as leisurely ss did
Hoge A light alpaca c«at and vest *nd a
straw hat completed his attire, and he
shivered «a he sent out into the chill
morning air.
Hoge fpoke to him cbcerfaJly.bat Mur- j
f>hy was uot in a IU«SHI to resfiond. aud
ittle was said until the two were plaeed ia
the ceils behind prison bars.
IfrOtllray and Kelly, who were arrested
with Hi«v snd Murphy, are strikers who
have been ad ng < etfcs for Bon
Their occupation wa-» assistants in the
Preparation of circulars tbe various
ranchts of the Brotherhood.
HOW IT t AMR A BOLT.
A Midnight Consultation —The "Sal
*«Hia ami Emery** Circular.
CmrttiO, July 10 —A midnight eonaulta- ■
tion of nfllcer*of tbe company led to the
arrest. Twoorthr- • detectives. Manager
Stone. Freight Agent Paul Morton and »'ol-
Uer were working nhthton the evidennc [
asa :s fc t the <H)oai4rat«»ra and it waa
not uuti) au rarty hour this morning that I
they derided to arre*t Hoge and Murphy
When the little part\ br«»ke up warrants
were nrocwed. and the officials retin-d for
a few hours. Then they arose to wau-h the
result of their work.
* Well, we've landed our men." said Paul
Morten to a reporter srv»n after the an
nouncement of the arrests was made.
"W hat do these arrests ilpilf «*"
"They mean tha; Hoge and Murphy have
been arrestcl for conspiracy In connection
w:tb tkat circular, and I think that we caa (
prove that tte rire«:ar came from them." ■
"Ih;s ease," said Attorney Collier, j
"grows out of the rireolars the? were sea? j
out to ftrotheriuMMi Ustges a*kiug that '
Hr»?therhtx>d ateii be seat ou to take plat e* ;
an the V.' *"d sr.ggesting that they bring j
a ciwd supply of sal jnwla and emery with j
Lhein
Itemed prima facie evideuce of a concoct-1
ed conspiracy, and we have a aura ease ;
irslnst the prisoners."
•' fhea th-v are n<»* to be arrs?gaed for
the dynamite alleged to have Wen found i
ia Hoge "a room# at the tirand Fa'ific**'
•*Wi : l. we w il not at present charge
ihcc* with direct implh atioa in that"
THE PLOT THICKK**.
iowers. Hireet »r «>f the Engine De
stroyers. Was Huge.
Can .too, July ld-IV must seaaatioaa 1
ftcwilopmetit in the conapirary (
rs< is t ; ,e t-.>t»fessJ*>n of J. J. Kelly and J i
H M. ritlileery. elerks respectively to
i bairtnao Hoge of the grievance committee
and ' ha.nran Murphy of tbe fina.jre com
mittee.
dim field said tivnigh? "When
Krl-y aad M *oiiirer> were arrsioi this
thev sent few m-- I went t«»
me there st the Armory police station, first ;
Kcndiag w. rd to ihrneral Manager >to»e
that I presumed they wanted to talk He '
ra*ne over, bringing s:i attorney w.th bim. f
and wh»*o wv comualted w.tb the men tbe>
u»id a* fuily of their connection with the ?
circular, ari their statement was aatlsfsc .
lory lo Mr Ktooe. Their «tatement w as being
?.» wrrtiag, and was MM folly com «
pU ted before I Jeff, but I understand the
atat»i:;eat irtlM. second all possibility of
s doitirt. the authorship of tne "sal soda <
and emery * circwlar. It also settled the
Identity of J*»&B gisnaaa. the mau who
could aot be K<ti»!.
Acc*wdl.og to ir. % sralemeat »wrrs ws
none *4her than Chaurmaa ICige. When
eircwlar «a* seat out. inquiries as
Jo its authenticity were received frttß en i
gi'ieesrs, a%ktng tf tt wa« Tesafne
Uwse yoawr men answer»>l a number of
th«sr imi'iiries. ssyiiig by directkia of
H«>ge that the ctrenlar *a» sll right. Let
uaddressed to >»)w«*rs sad left at the
National Hotel were takeu to Hoge and
'here answered by these men under
i**trwrtisn
lllbN T TAKE Hl* ADVICE.
Arthur 1a the *aa»s t»ld "Law and
OHer" Waa.
t': gvatasn. Julv b\ A rep-rter rolled
im * htef Arthur «f the Loeoesotive bfha- ■
.Kn -tterbood Jto«tay a-td ir» formed
hits of ike arrr«t r.f II < C:i;i Murphy at
Cbictf >. and a*ke*i him for a statement of
his vfewi on tae retjeet.
lam very sorry it aav member ti the
fUotherhood baa d»me U«
hxw amemahle l*» the laws. 1* anv of the
•:* w • •« t V • f a^. v M*or.ral«ie
eocdnct the* aw take the eaßgo^VMee.!
The will never approv? o?f
the a-item* of members who wtK not keep.
the «. • Ha l foy*»w«rd ms
advsce the thing might m«w he different/
V;»n aklad would «-vprm» aa.
Ofiekm wear I. .*i <: !w »e* rvt -: -euiar sa'4 to
to Uv« b* «. R ? SSTXK* 1 H ';e he *IOUID
t sprees «o or*i alon aad «4*d aU oOMldMt
a pr. per t. um to .srst* * the matte?.
s •»>» it« Uui* n Mriks.
Kansas CitT, Jniv thSrty five
sa.uc,»er; tplayed * 5 '%<• nmd
h* re <: * ;h» mawuha-r -• a lorai
ravol If thr tu r nso of its
errs* ftvffl SUri aas -ot»e c*>en!n
--pO»ie»'-e wtlk the «•-!&*-1* s Us? week, h«l
a»> agmameat c-.»aid be r* a-*»esL Tbe
vbrike was Ibc result The B'a/Uag-
ttl fMepiaj fmtt tkr 4»y mm tffl), x
«A» s;«ht iars «s«a« p. «. t» m*rs,
«i»«TOe MMM »WW he Sited
rr noma* Tin ttno\.
»»«<> B>tU. Nr., a TIHIIim
K*o*rUA*. Tea*.. Jaly m -I>» Ln»!
IVk Mtl'.at bowse. tr«r JcrirW »»- Ihr
* SwrtbJ, a»t!i. 2: ru
» toai«t«B Wnrm liar fc—• *n& Fmm
<*«». twtwrn vbota a fc-iwl bad
*» I wit ;IM.
f®** •» '*« tu uttondEf Uw
«y .». v irtmt, to toteM
"I ■ to *' *** WOTUkfpet, »T7T
"f*® • K ° aad tun; ,in»o
iiWe.l- tm&Ate ffc. USV W ! ««rr-;.,
««iN«4
. tkal Ewtrii Law«xi *aa hU w>u io&a. »*•
to Itw R-wt iartUt). wror kllVd.
KH> tk«t thtre of iSr Fa»li>a Toco.
J>u and Earn, ul J .ha Porter
jttlimlK' ».ir. Wrrr j , s .!
hMf w<..Dd«l
1 A Aomcs ntlhcrt »!k«» Bant r,«'«!
■* aswrtatoed went 3HCT i« If*,
wAnod*d. Orest earir taeu; iwvt aiH »>i
«KW* Kwsbir it niwttit
CKIME KtarjlNT I> FORTHM*.
Thr DUtrtrt Allan*) laarlii. \ If.
'tew, fiwaltiM rr»|w*nl.
JuJy ML—Aa antel< in thi<
"TVi'-'fj - Vnn - M-k l>r Marrai
Wath kiillcor Mar* sehaeller aud aosereiy
Matrsct Attorney Medina few ro
oming to i. Rie a warrant f*vr h er arnst.
*TVSted a senmtioa. Murh indlgnarhm
wss nanifert«d. There seems to be a de
terrmred feliing on the part of lover* of
law and qiwiincj that the aest of slmnlni i
iff!a that Infests the cit* mnst be cleaned
oat.
Threats have been ooealy made that If
the oAecrs of the iaw do not do their durv
the matter will be taken ia haad bv a vjgj
iaaeertrnirjmee. It is >.atel tonigh* on
«•«* snthorftv that I Klnmaner. husband
<*i Mrs. I>r. Mnrrsy. ha» been clrcnlatit:g
areopg his friends to-4ay. endcavescuir to
ohfa«n written agrrementa to b'vc*4t the
Ofttiff .Yrws on ain iust of the article that
appeared this morning
A rrosperoa* Farmer Suicide*.
roaTLisr.. Jaly W.—A special from Inde
pendence. «>rv#oa. says: P. W feather. ««f
. Bssaa Vista. nCk oonnty, suicide*! this
morning He took a double barv!ed*h>t
Ba, giA on a bed. placed the stork oa ihe
iw. the ntasxle in his mouth, dia"*ta*|fd s
tbe gna with his foot and blew tha who«e
top of his head off. rtfouased was awel;
to do and highly fs»mer. He
leaves a * i h- and seven children. No
cause is assigned for the terrible aet.
A Thieving Ore gnu Foatma»«er
Pwmwo. Juiy 10.—jo- pb Hassett. Post
master of Nesrhodge. i'uion county, ore
gun. arrived here today ta eb»*2.* of a
deputy I'nited states tnaraba! and lsdtgul
ia Jail. He is cbsrg-d sift mhr>iatf the
raited Stales n ails. In answer to a ones
tion as t.-» whether he stole money while
posnuastt rhe «aid: 'Mfe, yes: I guess I
may as well »h-ei guilty." A red
letter containing >'Jho came to his othr*- rr
ceatly. He at stracted the money and bad
a ffowd time with the bd\ • while' it la *red.
DUreputable W oman Mnrderwd.
OTTTWWA. la. July 131—'The body of
Alice Kelly, a Wimtan of bad reputation,
aa* f.mnd in the outskirts of the city this
mornimc witij the thr>at cut ami head
badly beataa. A horse aud buirsv srenc
hitched to a tree acar bv Tim body was
coveted when found The nature of the
wounda hniicate murder. Tbe woman
had here about a month and gave
Dwprft a* ber home. It is thought she was
slala by 9H>ms per>»m whom she wa% at
tempting to hlackmsil.
A Tillers Sentence.
Lo* Anecutf, Joly M —Wm. (i.
was sentenced to two years' bard labor at
FolsotU f«>r al>atractiug an order b»rfo9
from a letter at the p*xit»fHce.
THIS ALKI TROUBLE.
fapt. Bennett Afala Sned bj Sea
man Bowler.
San Faasciaco, Jnly l&HL'apt Jas. H.
Bennett, of tbe stc«imer Alkl, war arretted
ou Monday night oa a charge of assault to
murder, preferred by John Howler, who
was formerly a oa the steamer Hen
nett was tried iti Seattle before the I'uiteil
Stales coin mitt toner on a charge of using
brass knuckles ou Howler, but the charge
was dismissed. Ou arriving here Howler 1
swore out a warrant against the captain IU
the police court, averring that wheu the
assault took place the steamer was oaly ;
three miles from port.
The HI j the Kidnaping Case.
SA* Fasj«cisco, July It.—The trial of
Fraak Heme, alias Hanowley, charged
with attempting to kiduap little Florenee
Hlythe. contesting heiresa «»f the late mil
lionaire Rlythe. wa* commenced before
Judge Gilw»>n and Jury at Berkeley today
Urook's Appeal to Misaonrl*a Gov
ernor.
ST. hot is, July 10 Arguments by the J
attorney of Bugn M Rr«ok-. alias Mav
well, before <»ov. Morehouse at Jeff rsoa
City were begun thla morniag, aud pr.e
caediupi were eontinaed all day, and will
in all likelihood consume much of to uicr
row
SI ISIN IN CINDERS.
Seven-Eighths «f the Property of the
City Destroyed.
Sctsvs, July 14-At 2 yesterday after
noou fire waa <Hsc.>vered In a slued back of
the residence of W\ T. Bartlett. A s:r«»ng
westerly wind was blowing, and though
the fln.- company was oa the grnua l al
m«>st immediately, la half aa hour all tbe
adjoining huildiug* were in flames The
wind aooa commuukate.l the itames to tae
pmtofice atroas the street, and to tbe
wareboases at the «>f the stores on
Main street, as well as across Sulano atreet
to the north.
The fire raged furfoaslv The brick stores
In the buniuesa blocks of th*» towu were
destroyed. But s small <>f g«.tods ,
was takea fr«»ra tbe stores, snd meat of
that was afterward burned. There eight
blockadestroyad, hounded by Wssbiagtou
street on the west, toe slough on the »aa\
« alaforaia street oo tbe sovith. aud Sacra
raento street ou tbe north, except <m Main
street, where the fire extended a black on
thn west side of the street At least ae\en
eights of tbe nroperty in the town a a* dc
tr ived. Alt the atom bad Just recently
laid in a largi* supply si.K-k f«»r tbe sum
mer.
Late ia tbe eveuUig a steamer was *e»t
up from Vsllejo with twenty «»f tbe Vallejo's
fire department, who did excellent wort ia
checking the progress .-f the flames.
Huriug the fire rooms* Henley cut the i
arteries in his forearm, Mrs. Warden was
r> "j aver by a home, an I I l Andersu:. ::
from the r«*>f of h!» father's house
TH* UKMITI
Twenty five were destroyed,
amon? them being t?;a' of IloflL. James
MeKcnna, member cf The M
lowiug is s d«t of sufferer*
11. H Hush, grocery store snd residence;
A ll White, undertaker: Whiting A D»*v
liu. ciothlug A H bite, owner ««f building:
K. D. Perkins, hank 11. Harrbrigg. gr»«eery .
W. J. « sotiean. drv goods: Cripp's aaloor..
ope«a b**uae. E. K. druuig; K. H
Atdrn. clothing. I»r Harding; I». IX
R eves estat owner of bufldiu?:
piai«>fßce; C. <*. White. taOtery and rest
4§»ce: T. If Worslsa'.l, wdoon; Am Crock
er. owner of building: evpre*a oPRc.e J.
Frank X Sons, store Mamute hali: Frar>k'a
wars-boose. Ihttkiespiei A Co.. wsrebousc
and --t "r»* J Heine nan. variety ste.n J.
H -<slia. saJooa: pioneer hall: Wo*» />
poAfclraa efilet; If. Kiee. ovraerof to tiding:
Roberts' botei. owned bv John Vest Calon
h »tel. owned bv John Philes; John Bart
let t. owner of building: * Kinase booses
w c. Fxke!, graia wsrehou#*-*; Salllvaa A
Key. 20.'<Gfi feet lams- r Hears jl Lauahan,
blsckamitb sh<>p; Y M. C. A. fcall: fierce •
estate aiteb'e*.
estate stances.
coc!trtsG rr IH* COST.
Sctscw, July IfiL— Among the principal
-»waes by yesterday *» fire sre th«w orf the
Recces estate. $7. StfKi, ln»nranee #3o.oort. F
\ s: * k a fir*-. *
Insurance Jobs v t. htWfl building,
ft. ooo. iasursaee II.W. dwelling.
!usurane». L. W Pierce, three dwell
ings. .000, J.»hn Ml'>*r.
*Smm, dwelling, fixtures snd furasture.
545-• • • V ■
dwelling turns*- snd *>al*son. laaar
ance t-.AW* J M OUter, IK.M, anin*urs !:
Nea! furniture and
tA tvjr». tasamnce tMM M Diakelspt-*! A
« , stork, fi*tares and furniture fc? •.«*».
li'-.tte; J. t oh a. balding snd
*f. -s. fi -w, ia«urawe frsfi©-. s I„
Wliite. a ndertaker. fftJMBl insurance
H.Xf: jtqiatfns ofiVee. HSjP. no
insnfaoo". IVtklas A sow, two bu:l4inrs
and gr.wery tlorlL. ir>snraace ss*¥&.
J a Ken*, stoves and t rware, IttkOfy?.
ia«Maray"T pfr*. W T Kei>edv, expels
.yftee, hnikßag, store sad rrv»cery »tock.
I (I - -S •f i **.• }'•« '* M: &
farßiture :n«n ranee L*WB a «
Bard<e.g. b«*ase and furniture. an l a
swrel II tjre, two br . k lafMllgl. ftfi.-
<*». fSflM.
The tu»ai ■ *s iKsi ttiW OOfi insurance
is owtlmavd as fij^Mn.
Mrs Wanfibf-a. rS» a-a- <irnck bs a ran
n-'n? hfTse during the died fs.»a oa
cwatioo of the h-aia this morning
Another ( allf*»mta Tew a <korrked.
OtaviU-t, f'a*. July tC.—The
Mwaartvsaf a miasag town
near "here, a as «*ts;?wsed by fife iaat aight.
U?** MST c f fiMfin-V. p». r la .
fiaraes Two b»4'«ls. two gp/rrs. a sai'**. 5
aad sterml were trnmed Ti-r
ton* is n« ~ Int'S a.
Th-- k«ss lit * 'herofcee fie wtil att be
V«s t:n,tyv*, with flli® irsarcm-e
H th-* > *•>.'%•> u&* on th- iu amoves of,
us«i A hodec an* -ta*ea
Fire at Daanac, N. M.
l*mmiaa. S M , Jaty Ml—Ten
houses were ?bi« a!t» raana. Um*s
>►«.«* ineajance half.
: 018 FISHERIES.
__
• Senator Hoar IKncimrvs the
Pending Treaty.
5 TAKirr OJi KICE IKK KAISINS.
r j
I 'erlsas Ilfaarwa of ex-ap«>aher Ras
j <4all-Kifkl sfWay Through Indian
Reservations - IT acetic at CrsfPrss.
perU-Tbe Aiterkaa Tarty.
I WaHfiswros, July 14—In the senate
- to-day Sherman stitered a a wlutloa, w h;ch
I wss agreed to, dirretiUg the committee on
fiaamv to into aad repen. ta eon
aeetioc any teJSs rarsfug or redtning
the res cane that may la referred to it,
. sarfc anwimrvs as It may deeta exped n*
to aet aside, control, restrain or y*oxuhit all
, arrange men u„ contracts, agreements,
trusts cx combinations that teod to present
r in the ma»ufa« tore or *ale of
articles of domestic growth or the prodnc
• tag or aah? of i&sptwted a nicies, er that
1 design or tend to barter m.>ni«poVv «r ad
I vanoe artiftcia-ly the cots to the consamvr
- nfueeeagarv srtklee to human life with
f sach penalties and foefWtnres as will tend
, topresene the freedom of trade and pet»dn» -
. dtsctioa, the loweriag of priors by such
competition, smi the full h;neftt de<<*
i aated by sr4 hWserto eon ferre»i by the
1 policy of the government to protect and
' etiisnjiarc American iadtistries by ievying
' duties on import *d g>»:«d-«
f*he senate the a pmcveded fo the con««id
eration of the fishery treaty, aad sa« ad
dremed fey Ucar In oj>p»w.* oo ta ir. He
mM nearty e*er? important maritine
power of andcat « r modern ti»<-s owe*;
; the fc.KUudatio'l «>f ft* iirnsnat
iiy aad aaeal Wreng-th to im ftkhenes.
Tae desire of« aaada ar>«i Gnat Britain to
control wHhia the lea*? pewhle limits the
v Ashing groan*! to which America shall
kave access, and po**es« them*elre* with
abamettaa t»f the calUne whieh
brought to the ercat Amerieaa markets Its
sUpgty of ftafe f w f**Kl. has vaatar otirp»se *
than a mere stmssle f«w a indu*
frr, ir.;|sv-taat a* that may he
Kagiand haa already |rtK*esa»4»Q of
all tae gnat mutes of ex»mvwerre. and i»
n »w adding a land route across Canada !«»
ke«--p ofea thi» imperial highwav a: bi»t<i
cxtrereitkss Sixtv thousand tt.vhermeu of
the dominion mu«t forta a:i aiumst indi«
pcu*»ble of the greatest sUeagflt.
They woUid issue o«t fn>m Ha::fa\ a: oar
end of the great continental line and irot.\
Vancouver island at the i4hcr. forming in
time of war a perpetual menace to tbe
eotnmeree aad coasts of the Failed ?datc*
Thi?* was a acwnle ou the part of t«r»-a*
itritaln and Cazmda to increase their uava!
strength and d;:uiui*h that of the rain-d
States to ia- resa 4 fbe number t*f naval
«eho«.ds. whose graduates would be a rou
sts a threat to Anieruaa commerce iu
time of war l#»Ui m the Atlaatit and
Pacific.
Turalac bis atteaHoci to the treaty,
Haar *a»d there is n»»? to be found, a< far
as hi' «aa hear, a single fisherman who
>. docs not deem lis prv>vi*i«,ms an outrage.
Therv !iev::-r had v ---eu a ai«.we unfouud*-d
: calumny than to eSarge rbat the opptwi
• tk*a to the trvaty had its origin ia pk'jn
dke. EntrS and mare ctaut Yokes ui
remembrance bad <*ome from emiaeat
Democrats who bad oceaaioa to atudv the
| question in times past The scries of iu
! suit* to the Amerkan flay, the poiley of
persistent the rsfusal «»f
roraimm iatematioaal bos|dtallty had
l*een Itianznrate*! fttr the parp«>ae of r*>ra
} telling a change in domeatie k-glsiatiou.
t sai f.w that that cougrms, without dis
' tiat tiou «»f party and with tbe nearly
unaaim«>u.s approval of the people, had
placed in the hands of the |Mre«>ideni a
simpie. direct, |>caceful hut ample and
taoait effectual means of redress In«ie.t 1 '
n«ins tits* m -aua th«» wh*>l< \taerkan
com pis: at w»* p*.**tp«tued to a remote aad
most uncertain future.
Neither itntkav nur (iiiAtH^u^aiiitu
F UV« .
! neither tmfeuailjr for the past nor M trft)
of the ti -oc to i: iIH, wm t«» be ptMtpoara.
Antrktoi are not t •u&rrtSMar MMk,
I bul wv can nnver lire in new with t ait
ada if *f allow her to think the Kiethods
, she ha* taken It* the feat three year* ar*
| the way* to cain conc«»**oua frosu u». W«
! ran never live !u peace with F upland !f *c
fN-rmii. bur without iustaut prv«<c»t to lr>
| once more the vxperimcnli <o «»ur for!«ea*-
ancc which pre* «wd the Revolution;* hJch
preceded the war In 1*12; which accom
panied the war of the rebel Hon. There
■ jeetJou of The treaty is is the latere*! of
tr i«- U'h j t are
Hiar recited the history of American
•li)>l*>uia«- • from the days of our infancy
down to the treakiu.; out of the late war,
referring partieulariy to onr experience
wi»h England and France, and (Km. ««rant'*
notice that any A merit-an citisen with a
claim against (treat Britain should bring
the evidence to him. and the reautl Iherrol
Thowe wen? the days when the Ammriii
fit lieu heM up hi* head in pride of hi"
citiz^Hfhip ih«>aa were the day- when
the da*'. K- auUful a* a dower to thote who
!-»eed it. terrible a> h meteor to thqx who
r.ated it. iloated everywhere in peaceful
«*■** and was honored everywhere in
friendly port*. So petty itr.?i*h oflkrer
htlkd it down from The American mast
head. So Canadian minister oi
' laughed in The face of the American eitl
*eu w hen (trant waa In the White bourn-.
' I do not liie the policy which every
where r»d« American citi2r-cj*fctp of it.*
; glory Idon. l like the method* of fruud
and rrine whit » have destroyed popular
elections in so many Democratic Mate*. I
do not like this conspiracy between the old
slaveholders ani English mannfa* rurrr* to
i strike down the of American work
! men and the comforts of the American
workman's Mm l do not like your re
fUMI to maintain the American navy and
fortify and 4ef.*nd the Amrrtian coast,
ni; I i life no *tU - the s»rea*nt tPMtf h
: leave* the Amirh-an sailor to b/ bullied
and iusnited without redress, and a*«an
[ dona the Amerh an right to MMrtsa older
than the nation iteclf. whl«-h the vaior of
onr fat beta won for u*. and the wi*dora of
our fathers preserved for us.
The eonfertHMe report on the Dtatff et of
( oltunbia appropriation hill was presented
and agreed to. and the senate adjourned
BUS AND RAIiIXI.
Protection tleneflclal to Onr, and
Not to the Wilier
WA«HI*UTO*. July 10.— After the reading
of the journal. the house t*vdav weut Into
committer of the whole on »h«- fafiff Wll,
th- I*-!J J.Mr art;. # : ' • 1
t>r Mr. Jilttißf, itM><riU)( the existing rate
t f dut J on starch
.Mr Hopkins, of Illinois, moved to strike
from the definition of nneham-d rice the
wor-i*. "ri< • v - •' * '• J'.
Mr «o*ar. of lowa. a»<l Mr. Biyuf. o#
PennsTlunU, frttlrii 4t »• pqaimJttc* f.ir ,
5.-aru»K Use !*rtn j»rrwlw*i» of Ka«t and
Wnt <« th* fit* B*t • 4a* >
a 1 mw per ftn' veptm rkt, * jrfr<lort © f ih*
{Math.
«raa rrkrted Mr War
ner, of Mfcaoari. ..jr-re*! an
flsitt? the dan oa rtfwi rk* it l'i wpf»
pcf povai Hw »»eo<ln>v4 wa« rr.tfki
On m»*?lon of Mr M<*MlUaa.«>f Tvnnvm-r
--i the on ricv & ur aod rive meal wa*
fSxe-i at I » per **mt, «d ttlww,
Mr feoßwk«4fons| arj ainc-udsnent fii
in* the rate « f duty on 'lextrtue. harel
•tarr's, Sim or Rrlffcrh «um ats
ceota per pNfiti lUVeted.
Mr Vimkver, of « JtHfoftiia, to
Im rrur the dni* on rasai&ft tr*>iu to -
(fSli pe? pouad. tbc ►r* , rat Jut* The
re: via in«ta*?ry vt*. h»- «a**l. of w*ut erl
jnr. in 4*atif«xrrj.a. Thr** tear* »<•» the
ia tha* Hat* wft- t«en
opouad bom U«t **« it •»«
boxra fkto ff«f IVOO icm ■refr is r*l*t r#
Crate-*, |Ko-£«ritig i 40.AM bo ia. *• alo#4 at
bc4)«m i-fearj MMNb-
M*Kema tin
a*r.rfnlis*enf- and to tki Itofftfr
f fiU? *i*ie To ai: »*r it to *%» through
feint*. Calitorak, »-«»mea<h*d thaf thr
!B<iu#tr> W»ukl b»* «• »ri: n.'vjrr
tee nMftrtion n«l« by the Mitt* !»li a#
w iioir
of < 1 f»»r&ia. »4 J that the !»■
tiCttr) wa* * Be* OWL tu ftof-h alar**
<4 had bee« lßte*?dL i»vl
be frtml a «daly w.*ek! tie ia
jarf/Mi*.
Feitoa, of tried the
4f t&e a* Wi»f ia the hucfwa!
of
The aaMUMteraf ww re;eeie*l, «? to 77,
Oa cviO**of MeSffftaa aa iimnitßint I
wm *4. p4*-«i fUi»? tfee rale of <totj «w fta*.
ujrtkii, kuo*n a* hare, as |W j*r'
i %*m
Ffetff* mo* *4 t<> ir»ereaa* f?*»«a S» to *?
Mer rent the *«t takfrta tmy o» ft** «o>!
Jam a threai. a*4 p«/t thread *t**l
Hlfx lllliwl fax.
ivadili*:* a tste the w»k a rwe*«
ttiS *}« Ki the e?«Ci*« Mtuoft lv» U» fur
r»«i«iarTit?va of the c«: 1 stu6!i; ri*h? af
*aj w « !.'!*! fonfwakt
rwemcflfltf*.
IKK: 4# «kt Tna-tsi kTiom*
The h%»ai«e at «vt»Un «wpl»i»a :
, 'he U travntf r.*ht *A * 4 J f
!hrMUtb :»»4iaia in—f ralima* u* ratftoaa»i
♦ tv«ifa». 4k» VhM Kiver. >* ;
IRS, ««.» ik Wytinalns Kl>;iaa4 fia «r«.i* ?
« -iftiH -.- da la' . i«
the uaSttfh >i st - liail.tvai Coa ■
t4k.; ■• ti- '-,/as:-s Ini-ars Terr&w? »o the
i i.t *5. hull a IMMW'&v iu. sai i
; « »»tEs*-f«, thro«tth Vfi t*ne» e* I'-iaho, S-«
: ifea Raii«a< A Xa* »eatioa to® -
Mflf. iffl aa Terr.iory to the;
4k fcif» tt*it?ua4 < >m
i firiv. t&a&agiSi isj«ija*i Twrflary a»d tfcr
j puukM taii.l *tnp t» the Moi»ta«a, Kaaaa* i
. A Ton biimJ iir«|k Tuitlra nwr
j I*^—«. . NW*. to M* Totta 4
*»e«ri &Trr S*!(-v»l <\att7«aT
V*lUri r*«^rt
» siw r»}»:iur
i JJW R*ilw«>S i
M«U !*«n.u..o. t» ts«r t'Mt. A
Nortfcrr. R«i!n,*rf i tlu-Aoch
' la i:«» Tmritorr h> tin- * v»»
Fraan>oe lUi!run4 iosrtai. Ibnawb
: rertaSa tadian laa-ds ia to tic
Mv*aheefci. UObe A N%wthera
J Ciaai any. throqgh Skm* nNseremioa,
: DwkoCa, to the ANr«dira, Mba&arlt x
VVTHERA KASLROISD T'MLMH;
i ryam aft.kO, to the Syfmn
* Krng* Vtßer ka&fnai Oampmy.
Hoeise thea. at? SB, adx'cira**!
I ONt» KIMIALL IL«^
Tery Near t« Drsth Usadat Mght-
Tha tHacsr l k aat.
July Wl—Tamwl J. Rau
d*h wa* seHoasiv tahrn til l*«*
ahffct and a time waa ia litiMfif <4
d«.afh This wUJe eery weak.
! he ia mH&f .jairth ,
ha> arvd seeeral times dar.
tag thM atasicm of cgj«gfm» fr».m siatilar
, bai auoe of Ifoc-i-a have txv:v sr»
Severn lit haii a
of hkktd dnrtne a .kaiMWilatt of the
Utwcls "wa? atghl. \« a v he ia
xvt? w«-*l. hot at a ia!v hoar thi* after
w»oa ha sa» 7va*>rted to he qnhfh
ami timwed *up» of im jmrtmaetil aa 1
ag a* *>/arth. The' l*t» iU4cbhia aatr
gwno ha* treating Mr. Randall
for vomi ttma past la eJipc*ted a.>a»e tsar
to-aigij:.
Th<* rested easy daring the even
• mi a? * fl'rtwl a*. suJa>Nl|l a »om>K|
i *w"h_ Neva of the e\*ap.'*v
| quickly at»»u? the city aw! rw-trly
; all the oldee ■scamtoeii and r»inyn winian
j to in l tite after his health
The |we*»*ient went aaott of ttauin te
Mia. fcjui.i*!], asking t.. he ivfcrvKd of the
«»ck man's cv»nd?thra,an t The
h*»|»r that he w*wah3 vpeoJUy raeavrr.
THE AMKUIt \N PARTY.
National ("canml-a Called The
Probable Clatforws*
W .%**!>'•-.t« s x, Jtily R-IV c*ec«ti>e
committee of the American parfr ia«ne<l
me i*rn»ai tni« att*»rmv.a f<iT a
? mDmil of the pwtj. to be
*»ejd (a Washington \ vir>K ?«, Jw«, f.*r thr
purp* v: of nnaaiaatißf f»dtdatr* fv>rprr*!
oewt and YtaMfeatdent a;id for ;he !r*»*-
a« - i*vu of at* b other «» may
properly come before that M|,
a**? t two fmtn each
«rh twif«r> and ?be fttatrtet df
i -kißtuHi*. «»l f.Hir (r>>ta »T
lars?e. fcrwrtnx «r«4ratiiii fn« «Bjr Amcrl
t an or ran;ration. a*4K~**iattou of i-liib*. «-r
aochrtv who»e ob;eefa are ;a accord with
the prtneiptea of lb* tmrricau port*. wiU
b? *imiU« fu»r*i, in the .-oawjjm
• >h*rj> v*«*i n4? that in a);
probahili:* the ntaifoCTa to in- adopt<-<i will
not ditfcr eaavnriatly fcuw thai adoe*od at
Phiia--u Iphia ?a»t jntr to ali tta
features Th« present *<«irra of tvUT a ??1
no d»>nbt kwV'wi to 4 Ibf Temperano
<in«*uou will tK*l KAely le »tmcfce«t
not NTirtx ( Rors.
IwprotH Irndtu.-n tn Antfrlra -Iw
Karofw. I N}>r»MUluf.
W'*»MWTW, July l#.~Thi; <2ffmn»fat
of agricuiturv uu»kr* ike July of
. condition td crops a* fo!)ittrt Winter
« wr.eai. ?s.* tur.vjg wheat. *Tk»; mm, SO;
nufe, fckj: baner. !»l. WmUf hm
been tarrctN m the *<unb. and yielded
fb- low the «s«K<tiftai la the raroUnas.
tteorjcia ami
sits buy in Penasylva&to, t»hio. Indiana
aad ffntxris. \ :t»rked Improvement t*
noted in Michigan. Hep**!:* fnua the *
f*aeMr C>«R are *t«» more fai ornhle. The
general condition ha* a ivaneed from 7SJ
to T4.C Av <*f ttw pri»«lt>as ataie*
are New York, *0: IVnaaylvaula. V -
iHita. 65; Sfiehlsran. 75 Indiana, Illinois.
«*: Uliimtrl, 72, Kan«a£ t California, Si.
Swia* abr a; h«< improved tn a U/^ 1
jicnkio <rf tfet hfea 1' and prnn
t*e* a largv yield, minus po*»iM<- ratur«-
4rairtMi(-k« Oeoim) »rcr«sM hnv»? ni
vioeod fr»»«n t»2,* to "V Suto era/. -
Wtwewtfa. '*l. Miunen-ita. lowa. *7.
Nrhnwkt, 9t Imiofa. {»<>
Tt» *r«-a of r»fu ha« I ncrea«>o or er 4 t*-r
*r-n' s niakinsf thf t»n a Ith nrarly Xu
arrec There b«» hwa mot h »n
the wel (fiidkti from a»»n^-jvrminattiHi
and fr,»m «ie«trorii.»a by «oruu. Tbv out
io**k l» now xmxteratclj 'rHKI, au%l the r?«|>
>* growing finrlr t'onottiiot fvr t»rlnr{|«i
•tate* «»nl.\lndiana, Mb. litfooU, H«i,
lowa. VK Mi»*cmri. s»l, Kan.«a». W>, Xe
towaka. 9|.
tflvlm for July mak* the
whral t n»pa late antl tt>MO*h
<Hit EuN»je, Huvu impHnl.
KVAIHXJ THE LAW.
lowa >al<i»n« M u«t ( A loae Their
U«»«ra--lmportaat I>eet«loa.
Brauwuifkii, la, July W.—Two rrar»
a
cm was ebJ«Bea as a
to the lowm aunr-.'roe eo«rl* and after fltlng
a »•> tM»n<l. continued the tnaffir
Tn«« injunction v- a* •»n*taSueJ a tad tUe aa
U«mkeeper f*\e l«oud aod carrl«*<l
the eaa-* to the ( oitvd Stalca *uf«reuo'
court. K'frntiy [trumniiuKi arer** Iwuosht
T«» have biw arr.»%te<l and fined for eon
tempt of ntart in conlinuiuK an ilksa!
!rar» *•* ithatandinv tbr injunction,
flindrfema- wa# that, p-ndiin; a d<***ialon
•«f the federal runrt, !h«- tnjun< t»«n did not
apply, but the dtatrfet r«mrt La* wow J
c;ded that The injutolioai muat *tand. and
the Hthnm muat ckwc. The aalmui keeivr •
a* "Uce up. atn! others w'.l) fi»lk»a
au r. The* aAmii that further reaiatance !
t » the iaw I* lit 1 lain,
CONDKNHKU IHxT %Tf IIK9.
|H?wca^i r ,
|fc»nd offerlnr* Tueaday. IMMI
■. 'i. sxeo.
TkeS doty of Ckaiftiw aal CanvifllMi •
w!!l n"*t jrra r «? •-au l>ic*t», t'aJ
Tbe i»re> d« nt baa Onataie
Zanuotti Hianco a« ennaui of Italf at Ivu-;
▼er.
The com tarsaloner of the ren.«ral land
» |R'• ba» .1. that t:•.»•-»• »f.• - ; s.• I a
r.survey of the Mt-vta *K Jua »a I »f*-c
era:»t in Xe»r Mnlc-».
• 'barica H Kra » r fatalSy «h<* !»r T. Pa*
t"i' Xoti ta> af f ' f :i N. 1*? t hr»-; •.; K#
leibf by gftratadlesn rum*«r« in
!>r. HartM-'a naw In *eamlal
The new Jewish orphan aavlnm dodlca
ted at t.'leve:ao t, M n lar c.o* an-!
»» one of th«- mstlfutio»a of t/ ; r
kind in Amcrim. It !* anpf«orfe.l by *r»t
em l«ae!itc«
J. t*. and *«« :h M«»ria«. father aiwl mrl
j>roprk*or» of ths Kxrhanffe !*«««•! at Sara
* *»a, leTa-«. *h.»t and killed M « a»nj>, pr >
f»rtetornf the i aia|» hotel: tha nmM of
budnaaa rtaaJry.
Tbr lsn»t international ahtnifing f»-«tira!
\l«»nday Newark. N J (m* fried -
Knnfrr w« l<s»tnrd tb- «hoo r en» In behalf
i>t tbe l «aS ajetety. aod Mayor Ilaynv* in
I>eba2f of the «*iiy
The j»f-'t>»*ili«u to to tbe
.-f the n -irra' » a con«Utn!l »nas
amrtMlmrnl to prt«hibft the liquor tn
thel mted .-'at-os *»< fatorikb}»
by vftat *r Hlalr from the c» mm it tee on "
e-l'.s * r ! ■">■
Wili am*. White aod Woo4a. eok»re J.
rwarder.-r* under aeat» oce of death, u*er
i-.arcre Ith ir gaanl* at MaHlfooL ldan.i.
ia-* 1 -aturday uijfftf, and enea"e-f tt»i
':-ama wai riewMttffd by Indians, who arr
» arrhine for % oo»i*.
« aftfornia frnlt In C'Mcaffo roafc*day
I'uryle I»uane t*ioma, pri box.' tlA**«L£>
tX3JMI*E>: «»a*wa«
I.NI-. •: |»ear*» II *M|ll&; '
Craw(<ml «wrl* nearhes. Tv Ha 1 - • ra*J*
|«a?hr«. tL3>. r oata^Oetkau
lid ward A imacon* wa« han*r»'d Ti-«Ur
mornat Bwhaiiw, Ji Y.. lor the war
der tif Mr*. Ada j towe a >ear a*» He waa
a tfamj» t" whom Kr* itoma refined f-«>d
IJ. »cf)t :).in»* Hondav niitht. but aUe a
hearty hreaafa*t and chatted rarcleaaly no
tii a short tiow before he died
Tbctime mA4le >?y the Erretaea ia the
*t at t Mioa«- «tta aod W lanipr*
AmaHrar Rowtaf A<we* atkm at
i**.. M<«n>lay waa*;». which \
brraaa *he Auier ran ree»e-d Ux IW mih-a
(vi i««i> water by a*"«ot eigh? M*r,>n«ja The t
WlfcaipaTf rew tluished »ta 91ZZ. also break .
i»< the reused
Heeeivar I»rer has • »mprorr is-d in the
srian<»f of to? MoraMM ymptrty.
be! ug UN in the terrf&»rtafswtar*Hae
♦ onfthr w»»ch the rerelrer kce|«a what
pwarrtf he has a -ia,-d a:»«l aas paid
11 T,*lH < a«/i. further |>roeee»linjC* t*» br
dropped pefKliuff heartnjp >f an appeal ♦*:>
tfce ((mmm lantiaf In the t nited j*<atea
«ti pre toe court.
Tire a»'**rvtary of Ike tetrrior has dr . Aed
thai the pre eua ftori 9le ;a prisma faeie valid .
»t ?he rait? of wlthdrawwi tbt «*f
railroad ratopauira in kaad ttnißt raacs.
and?ak*ath« land fore red Cbefeny fra»*n
tix yra-.r This
hrfore the deportment iatoiTiai owoer*hi|>
of :h,>uaands of a#*eea of land aloo* the
I 'ui- r? Pars Ac aad other railrtatd*
PitW».
The Li * ?rpo"»l SI. «J#a»Cfe atakea were w*ti
by The hoc*? ptrouaar.
The Wan <»f Iseabera. ha*
ie-a arroand I'tfrtr aerarfu',
mostly (hiMna and perlw^i
I»r la t ol.i Mm
♦S»| #*■ <>wjra »r?eral a*a«e«»eit»s attrf)-
n!«d to h' n a-"t*J «a*a -se 'jta* not talked to
m :? r-wi-f «;»• *• !<*a> S*x fter'>a. a-rf •ton
Le isttftxl tw.
At tSi« j&Duila footeni* M<*nd-ay.
t«»;* Walk Kanhatsaa Attaietio Clkk.
w -*n Uk* inter o%tk>cai ehaaaiatakjb
rasit urar. of 5* w York, ia the ail
aionnd cteapkadtii moM»
Wfrnd taa* fttmlti* d'i»- ana e f» swia«4»«
•; ;■ .44 s>w.s.
as»i «a* aiao Ant ta th- haf J#ay la the
•taa li-x h a and i«»ap ha wo
aerooti Smald. «ft ♦ arriek **»-*««, Hfcra
the w.sh » frJinta, agaM
«for «>ray
VOL. XIV—IO. fit
THE ELOPEMENT.
1 !
i
A Very Old Story T«M
Asm in.
OITOTYON AM» r 11 Till HII m
Mr*. Trie* U By
Hu«h«R«{ fW»m
tow ( m k* <h»ly wtUa Mwa«M
- Vto«r*> WImI V«y ntfM
"*T. LflTtt. July Id Further tctagmMl
frwa IVprka **▼ Jhnt v* Lang>hn, *t?oa*j
f*«e N.*rff>a 4 and M-v. (9tia4i
#newl of Mri yimn% trtivwl f?o*a flt
Umf* hy tike t*oo» train and west -i.rrvt||
t«> the l V»feL. ahere Mr* ' r»r|^
4ftee name »fna* and bitter K
Mawe. *:» earnest appeal Bt> Wfg,
N«?kw tt» rrtwm h» ft?, she
H yarn witt f * ha"k to I-kU* witl» am
vtv-4 ew« iw ;ra t<» h »w*e Hal Mr N«MV
ton wiH ?e«*e4v* wm with open *rm% H
yon 4«j't waa? n» We# vtft him vo*i
harvlhe old hoax- sod XorfcM» wiit stay «l
ft btttel."
At tfefo Mn Jtarfan htofce Into tear*, *ml
between beranto dec'***! that *hc
net re'.una will kiil me if I g\» heajjjj
*he **i& 'He threw? -aiSl |o TAJW my Mi
and 1 »na«l w ha~k. No. I ml* 0t
***■ k. I will aftay m lit him *;> v« | io«©.*»
Mfct « a.«w*U then her muu anmat
Mr*. N »rtoa and twneaa t*» plead w»tl» IM*
to aetata, bqi she .iwltrwl i*»ith'f!v *ha
w*raM Sot, u4 Mr« t"a»we*l then V?t heg.
Mr*. Nwrtoa retired ibreo tcVtntM
from ffjMH&kbk Btltt»v9« fc»day,
her auy awtotner In t.'K'ir power to srivw,
WW» Moewe wa* «mt of Iho h n»-! thi*
morose m e.trgeofaaoftntr Mr* N'ndMl
mik to a fwf report*^
aad mM » !i1« b ha* faavi
raach sarprise aad given rise to mnelt
<1 Wto i»nu;. of Nttfttml
ruadao** J* reported *n h«vt mid
"f wvv have k Jtst. Umi* wftfc
M.-we ha* ray hti* :.aud not threatened «•
nv !if« WVu I *cw to wy hita*
..a Tri'i*.. ttK\T tt W»w N.vfetti woViM kiR
m \ «nd if w**> in fr«r «f mr life that 1
Wfi. No«llwt w-«»»n t«ot mVM-if « nl4
IMITW hvrvt with tilm ten > <?<%?*, «««1 l fiOrly
him, f*nt hi* tTVfttsnrni ol 1M
a M thjftt of * hreto. He tujwM. h«
me. *n*l m »«? ifll« « 4d*. nil
t Hre4 with hira Mt* 1 1 h»ve«| him, be
r»«!«p I though• hl« h»'*r* «o«li eh«a|e. 1
tioo t K>itor > there U » m»-i i»* >t ismtm
wtw* h** tts auV*r#;>k' ak! uuoo»»n>li*li9
Nort w b»* At Uta;*s hr h
Hie * mogfm«n
"tomjttf h«4 »«* u fh'ioit of me oth
er % svttsuie *ti't «Jijfiful wi#e. lit I wv
nuMA 4f»ohsih> him h» rT>-nr «l*y «*f ray
' Wfven h-.« *** »i«*k I xriy i*?t hir bdh
*i4f, tmi hisn »I*y «lr«r tlaT. »t«4
wirht %fu>t isf«hi, ffntii 1 »:** w«^
; M «w»>-.
"Theft UfrOM*rttliwi'«ti !h<i V{(ur* ha 4
vntiug t»ur hoti*» d«U« n . «nm( tn*
Ji*n»ka« Why, hr hwi 11*4 4uri;ic
KJ nail* we llvw there *«! foot wcth:>i mr
hafWv Ta«tl Ihtw* «t »rte« t&*t wv h*f#
»t »l»-a S%trtirra'» w»m*jr ortt |a»«
awfnl. I have ti«*l QM M»ai of Nortocrii
taoiwTf. «ixi h - koow* tt He kr».»tr* thai
' I hat* ue\«r W1 hm wonar. | havw >hat
$A<» of wy owa mosey. Ih*t t* *tl I ha«%
aa»i onr *rmA nt ol sraiwt <arew>
uy, o( «t«jaiiiue { * p{«Mmißi. 4
'W 4 hiU t > M irn ft.
l4»aW?'* wm a«tad of Mr» Sott^n
'*l <i>> um wmut to s.» \**r\ \t j can hA*
It. U*f I am afr»M *t i.mt if the
♦»dlr**r» «a> *o, we wiM of eowfrar fo, "
-What vffl yocr thi»* «f this
» a^a4«- v "
"I *!•» »<»t rare much what ;hw tuink af
rat\ A |f(il niiior of them have Urnij
*/ai't»t me a«y way. 1 am »** Uvin* far
the wi;«rM » maeh »*w u f»»r rav owa
ha|*trtio-w«. I Am »orry wo *rr ia thla
tr«mMe. tmt il will <x(m«* >rar ait rithi. M
WOMANN WATM.
Wr*. Moor* ltrg« for l.pnl««cy la
llrr I'aithlfM UuaHanit.
?»r. Jaly te. Mr* Moorv
fr\>m MtniUitt Col., to^lay an#
wont to h«*r l ft ?« h >kh* on VhNBWIE
wttb her Hftle hay. It U w«t laii|m
what her f*»e the Nhm am. Mr.
1 Sv>rU»» vliiM h« t thU kft< rt>4M& ind tha
ini«*rTt«w wa> very *»ae. tlMl
injured wife. Mke a trw woman, j haiaj
for her ernnvc hti«i«an4 and her t hitl .Hm
tefffed Norton u> «in>p the » at
Mi*«re fi»r her rhll4*« *akr, antl dtirlu* hST
tonchitttf appeal never hAko! a word af
eeti*ure f»»r the man mho r.ft'l mi ha—ty
her.
\ln Maora to the hofwthat ha
wvxild nee the err*w af hi* wajr» and rytwa
t« the home iw hftM wm-k«l
The iaten lew HO« hrief. hot jj a>id«*t ta
the Norton ha» In mm;
The mau who ha* wr*« kv l hi* hou*chali
>!cpending on hit Kovdn«»* laimve ln*r hna
ha»d *(KI her »n fn»m r<« r!«»iin| «H*
#ra<-e.
i (The (»rder of ll'k.* will hold a »pMal
mei-Uox on Satordar fa t*ke a lton laokiM
to the cipulfioti of M'*»re
ALL rillt Lovk
How tfca fit. LwnU K««iaways To«ll
Th»lr I .iptnre.
st July •»,—The lent4#
the &p*bti? mi T«»|*-ka. Ksn .
that paper with the mlutittf u h-sram:
H«*t»r* m« tapr.; tdiUtroftW
vt hull |V - tfh, and l?m J„h u W.
Norton werw *rre»te*l thU aftan»<xm at -1 Ji
o «)oek at tht hotel in thU r'rfy.
They were In their r»*»m whea th* chief of
atwl deputy *rriv«>d with I hi- war
rant The were admUted to Mm
room and l*for«< anv o»uv< r»*tton ha 4
haea held, and w !h »ut qu«>«tiouias them
a» to ttoetr identity the w%rm»?.« were rvatf
to thrro rh*r«l»iif them wish .'r*{i»i hi
"to# ar«< now In my < nuody." »ai«i the oA>
eer. "and yon may aeeommuiy me to tit*
routoty Jail, whvre I will fake ytwjd ratw |J
)«»1 lun) parties m. IXHJW arrfte "
No sooner had tb«» warraut Nes rem|
thaa M»«. Norttm Kr«'ke into t>amand trifv
ti»ti*riy plared hi* arm aU»nt h«a
and attt mpt*''i In r«>n«ole her. tnit «he eon
tinned to *«i» f«w «*»eral m >mt*nta. yt-mtm
th« n svjwsioil tothr offlet r no to take tham
to jail. u>d *a?d; **Jf will \rn.uk her heart.**
Tb«* rhtef at £r*l «k* !«wl they »wtr*t m
hat finally «< »**• uU*«i that they mlfhl re
raain in their rooms at the hot* ) under Ite
per veil la»ee of an Tills had the «f
--feet of ot,«'.tiv>s Mm Norton. Then she lm>
«an to ndieade the tik-a of their arreat om
a eharfe of jtrand Ureeny
"All we iuk." she said, ' was *A4*,
si* Uf own moner. and my jtrwal
ry fdo ut>i MP« what he (Ni>rtoa} e»)w«ta
to msk<-ont <-f this. 1 would have gotm
mt«» bh h«mse Friday niicht. t>uf he threat-
my life. 1 d»» O'd want to die yet.
lie >*id h* K'.a'd UU me Friends raa§
*rttl of the b »a.e tirl said he wa* f.onrntf
uk a Mitch* r knife."
"I teti TAB wfxai I would like to do, saM
Mo»»rr **f WfuW ll ,e Ut at* rif'4 hack I#
!*t. lure whatever mu«r there la.
We ma |»r«>ve that* that t*» nt'tner was
»:o!en * -Hut he wftl lull aa,' «akf Mm
Sartm
Moore did not have as mo* h to sav aboM
the «-*t-a|*ark aa Mr*. Nort*m. ".Vo am
know• « bat tic sili do for the it
love*," he ahaervad. Mr*. Norton aafm
iineaaily about the r«a«rn, at Hr*t otUag ia
a ehatr. then K*nu| to » tied, where Af
fam hied with ;»i t* «•# laee and* fan aim
other Iriokefa
half *orry aha had roramitted the raaH aM.
Inde«?d. the eofiduH cd both parlies war
ran***! the MM mat they re*rei»«d their
d-partare f«*>m M. h»«A U*af9
to aps»* *r J**lly au4 wanitvl to lea««
Ihe tmj.rea*r.»-» that be was ?! tx)ialnrha4
and that h»ee. nc4 he. Is h» hlame;
HA KM MKmTAM U NOKTOX.
tt we hi tag os tks Armor fur Ifet
Campaign-
Kew Y"b*. Jaly Ift—A roafseeaee Mi
heeo held today net ween near repr< nMk
of lfarri«oa and Mr.
Mixrton. and It is **a<4>d that them
was Ku«t ■ «»ei|ial agreement as Is at*
caalzarpra of e»matttrp and |riM
lor the eatnpatira. tt ia mid MM
o'gauimUan wi»f U- made *» M
to rt-peeaeat all e'etaents of the party mm
preserve aaity and hanaMtx'. It hmMMI
that the chairmanship of tlm
. oaimitte* wo«jid fo West, h«t m
i* m>d touight tuat tf'karfcM, If
lowa, and New. of tit
two Wcittern
place. UU* dee line to «attE r tt. aa4
thJ* will Insarr aa f aafrera «kMfM.
a wsttkWtjf that ' 4 fmdtey. of In* Ham,
will be amdi? c&airmaa of th« c m«H«t
rommlftre
Kaenraloa liatea to lh« Teaefcomf
Csst«stiM«.
*.»* F*aMMb«. iui/ IWtIM AuttHMVM
fictfr (v,mpa&y has «#"-ed .catr'i
to Its aetata to ; •»« * tfekrta Mr
Fran' tst o and ntudj to ail *A . Mi
siath.m fa £>**, Nevada, fW
inriodiog** tw*'. leia*. aod m
A r*. if - rfta, yciag t>xtay»S«m at *0
Jot# In « rwmmcaetag ott Ikt
U'-h iatUot. Tfe#h- tk t wii! he t*d Ml
arrive in wa ©a nr few* Ikt
isih. the tsp ma* J* eoafi*iw**
Sto»o*rr« w he aJhfWedi howeeirr, M
\*i* rK*<m t-ip *»d via t>-- i' «d to Willi
a£ jlMtiiflrn <a e? hef*j«e stealer li*.
fix) Tr»W» M <■
P. Ml km.'« «i ' JJJJ
arrive h«r v*»wr<l*! * «>•; l*nti*"sSfc
ELkl IV) w.tv '"3lg
UidaT «J«» tmruiiXm C"~* fIW
ten A«;tt»a Vwa »w st"»

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