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ANACONDA,MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 30 1891. PRICEFIVE CENTS. fASH f^LO THING^U QONCERN 45EAST PARK ST., BUTTE. The Cold Weather Thatwe havre been having^for the past week has had^a very disastrous effect^upon the sale of our light^weight suits. This we can^^not stand as we must turn^our stock over a certain^number of timesevery year.^We have, therefore, ap^^plied the knife and cut so^far into the profits that^there is little or nothing^left. You should see them^Fine, nobby, bright goods^going for nothing, but if we^are willing you need not^kick. We are still continu^^ing our sale on $12 suits^but as they are going verv^rapidly you had better pick^one before they are all^gone- We have only a^limited number left and ex^^pect that they will be gone^before the end of the^month. We also wish to^announce that we have^purchased a large part of^the stock of one of the^largest furnishing goods^houses in the United States^at 57 cents on the dollar^and we are prepared to^give our customers the^benefit of our purchase.^It includes Underwear.^Overshirts and Hosiery.^We are now selling Under^^wear at 50 cents a suit that^is well worth $1 50, and at^$1.50 that could easily be^sold for $2.50. The Shirts^include 100 dozen Fancy^French Flannels that we^have marked 75 cents and^worth fully $2.00. At^higher prices from $1.00 to^$2.00 we have neat Silk^Striped Madras goods that^will cost you from $3 tc #4^in any store in the city.^Our line of Hosiery in^^cludes regular made, in^plain made, black, fancy or^brown at 25c. goods that^have never been scAl for^less than 40 cents before. 1'77'Toparties living out^of town that desire to take^advantage of this yreat^sale we will say that if you^will mail us an order we^will send it C. O. I), with^the privilege of examina^^tion so that you can return^goods if not satisfactory,^at our expense. STRICTLYCASH. f*ASH Z^LOTHING QONCERX 45EAST PARK ST., BUTTE. BEFORETHE ASSEMBLY Considerationof the arg s Against^Professor Briggi. PATTON'SREPORT ADOPTED Dp.Brlggs Will Occupy for Awhile^^ Chair In the Union^Theological Sem^^inary. Detroit,May 21 ^This morning'* Ml*^^ion of tin- Presbyterian general assem^^bly began wilti a prayer meeting in the^course of which the death of Judge^Breckeuridge ^im often alluded to. Tiiv^debate on Dr. Hriggs was resumed. Dr.^Hulhuwuy of Jersey City said ho^hoped Dr. Logan'a amendment would bo^adopted. Alterseveral other* had cxpreaird their^view*. Dr. Woicetiler of Chicago offered^a substitute to an amendment of Dr.^Logan ami to the committee report.^It provides that a committee of eight^mini-Her* and seven elder* bo ap^^pointed to confer with the directors^of the seminary; that the director*^be, especially r^ spicstcd to reconsider^their action tran*fering Dr. Hriggs,^and that they be rt quested to decide tr.it^Dr. UriggH should not Ik- allowed to p i-^form the duties belonging to said chair for^the ensuing year. Dr. Worcester then^^aid: ^I stand, not as a supporter of Dr.^Hriggs, but as an advoeute of peace. 1^have hoped and prayed that our uciion^might lead to unity, not bitterness, and^make ti* strong for our great tight with^evil. I believe there are many on lioth^^ides of the Hriggs question who feels as^1 do and long for some sale middle course.^Wo have a right to do what I advise, to^request the trustees of the union to the^^ologically reconsider their action. This^course will not render the position of the^New York Presbytery more dillicult in ihe^trial of Dr. Hriggs. Thediscussion of Dr. Worcester's sub^^stitute for Pattoii's report continued ut^the afternoon session. Dr. McKibbcii^said: ^lbeliivo we are taking part in^the greatest crisis the Presbyterian church^ev^ r passed, and the question is whether^this usgemlily will i v. r find u justifiable^^ lecusioti lor expressing disapproval of^tho pre feasor if not now. If we do not^approve of Dr. linggs uml wait until in^^vestigation ha* I^^ i ii gone through, und^then if the union theological seminary^is satisfied, and the church is satisfied^that after ih^ experience through which^he has passed, that he will Ik- not only a^sound I ut a safe preacher, and allow them^to reelect him; they lose nothing by this^disapproval on our part a* far as the law^is concerned. If it be said tliot ih s as^^sembly has, by its refusal to disapprove,^allowed a man to teach, 1 ask you by what^principle of consistency you can say to^the young man wlio comes before the^presbvtery. we will license you for hold^^ing what your professor, by nu'liority of^the power of the Presbyterian church, has^been teaching. If I thought these thing*^wi re only Dr. Brigg*' idosynrrasie*^it would lie a different thing, but they are^an advance guard of a great tide. Some^men may not take in us much of it as^others, hut it is going to overthrow the^supremacy of 'Thus each the Lord,' and^I tell you when I am dealing with the^question what i* needed to save men, I^would rather have one 'Thus saith the^Lord' undisputed than all the seh ilartlup^the world contains. 1 believe in my soul^if Dr. linggs is really in harmony with^the confession of faith with regard to^those matters, that the adoption of this^report will do more to bring tiim hack^than anything else. 1 believe th.it in five^yours some men will be apoligiciug lor^havitigaskcd this assembly to waive this^sol. in power entrusted to it by Almighty^Cod to protect teaching in it* theologic al^seminaries. This report casta no shadow,^save that we don't feel that Hriggs is^the bi st man to have in the theological^seminary.'' Dr.Carlisle. Elder Juukin, of Philadel^^phia, Dr. Smith, of lialtimore and other*^luvored the report. Dr. Purkhtirsl of^New York, c pposed Patlon's report, and^assured the assembly a* din^clor of the^Union seminary, that if they should adopt^the Worcester substitute untl send tneir^committee recommended, the directors^would meet them in u spirit of resolution.^I luted States Civil Service Commissioner^Lyman also favored Worcester's substi^^tute. Alter further debate, a Vote was^taken on the substitute, and it won re^^jected by all overwhelming ma jority. Dr.^Logan was permitted to wr.hdraw his^nine mini Mil, and then a final vote was^taken resulting for Dr. Paton's report 44o^against f'9. A CHlAT SMZURE. WILL PAY THE FIDDLER. tups i^f Solid (sold lak--ii l.y N. w Y.-rlt^t'UaUilli- Ulli. NkwYokk. May kit^Customs i.JHcials^made n seizure to-duy of the richest as^^sortment of goods that perhaps ever has^been taken at this port. The property^was loiiud in the trunk of W. T. Smith, a^passenger on the steamship I.aim. Every^^thing in the trunk was of the finest qual^^ity untl of a class never h^ fore seized,^consisting of cups, saucers, spoons, etc.,^made of solid gold. Tin ir value is not yet^ascertained. Afrssss It. p..11^Igt'IQl K, Chili, May ^9.^The recogni-^tl^ u by Bolivia of the Iqu que junta as^belligerents, was formally proclaimed to^^day. A c^ rrviM'Oinlcnt here of a New^York pa pi r i- responsible for the state^^ment that Del via is prepared to extend^armed assistance to the congressionalists^oti 'he condition of t lull cancelling tho^Bolivian debt. AXtlulals-rltil Sspi Idil*.^riTTsBt k's. May -^' - I h- I MaM after^^noon the tune of the fsWfofOSSsJ Presby-^ter.un synod was occupa-l by Dr. Mc^^Allister, who held the tl ^ r against at^^tack* from every sale. II -in ill hi to try^f -tir elder ministers befof VSJSt young) r^was finally lost and tin ft linger m ins^^ters will be heuril M' nThe minority^has grown and s'.ioual It 11 ministers^Ik- retired from the church, it look* as if^j JJ Will follow them. La-CityTrtwursr Itanlalry Uefsirea lMill- Mtls pltlM JmlgS Philadelphia,May St.^John Bard-^ley, ei-eiiy Ir, asuri r of lliiladclphlu, ^as^arraigned in court lo-dav to answer n.c^in pit charges of misappropriating 5s^i,-^(00 of ciiy money, the s nihiiilenieul of^t^iu,unn and upwards of state tunds, and^perjury hi violin.ug hisoaih of office by^loaning city money out at interest. DistrictAttorney Craham asked that^Bardsley be held on the charge of in ^^ . -^propriatiug city funds and the magisn^agreed. I he state funds matter was Ikon^taken up and it was shown that Bardsl. y^had loaned out the state mini* at latere*)^to a number of bankers. Banish y^himself took the stand and said:^^I did put money in tbe Kn-^stone bans and will have to take^what the law gives me. I got as high -is^1 percent, interest for the money. I de^^posited ihe money and took due bills lor^it as ia done ^ very day, and when the^bank failed I lost the money.^ After it^had been testified to ih.it liartUley kept a^private account in lbs) Seventh National,^the Manufacturers' National.the Chestnut^Street National, the People's National^and the Farmer* and Mechanics' National^bunks, Alexander held a consultation^w ith hi* c i. nl and decided he should^tell the names of the banks that paid him^interest. Ilaiilsley said he had been pa .1^interest by ail the above named banks^except the Farmers and Mechanic*. Thedistrict attorney rested his case and^^aid us be was unable to prove to-day lb*,^charge of peijury, he usltcd that it be con^^tinued until June. Had was fixed at f'.^.-^UOU on the charge of misappropriating^the city fund*, and j:. urn on the charge^of perjury. It la not expected Bardsley^will be able to obtain bail. Hurdsley,talking with the detectives,^said: ^1 tell you, gentlemen, I have been^in h^1 for the past six months. 1 thought^things would com ^ out all right, but they^did not and 1 am glad the thing ia ended.^President Marsh's action has been a great^disappointment tome. He should have^been more courageous and rt mained m^town, but he has proven himself a coward^by running uway. 1 never hud thought^nl.. ut going uway, hut will remain where^I am und uccept w hatever punishment the^law places upon me. Thesul.-c.iiiiniiitee of the finance com^^mittee of the city council, which has been^investigating City Treasurer Bardsley ^^accounts and financial dealings, resumed^work this afternoon. (Jorge Huh,'ii, of^Hlockbrokt ragie firm of Clciidciiuing ^V^Co., produc d the books ol the firm und a^memoranda showing that in IMS) Bards^^ley puicliased stoiks aggregating $15U.-^UW, From April r, \H'.h^, to February 1!K.^IK'l, the firm boir wed from Hards-^Icy the enormous mm of fa-1,001.^All of this mom y, according to^the hooks of the firm' had been rapaiil.^During the financial stringency t.leiidin-^liing ^ Co. advanced Hardsley $Ji l.OMC,^the loan being secured l.y various stocks.^Hardsley wanted half a million, but th ij^didn't have it. He then began selling his^slocks, and tho market being weak hi*^losses aggregate!PL Huhen testi fiedat least IMsVM of the stock put up^as collateral I y Hurdsley was not bought^through Cleiideuning's house, thus show^^ing Bardsley had heavy dealings else^^where. A cily contractor ti stilled that^the st one used on the city contracts came^from a quairy owned by Hurrdtslcy. Late^to-n glu the prison physician wu* sum^^moned to Hardsley'* cell, and finding^him very ill recommended that he be at^once placed iii the h -pltul, which was^done. LUTHERANSYNOD Doing*at Ihe l.^ ii C'liiiveutlea Yes^^terday. Lebanon,Pa., May St.^At to-day's^session of the general synod of the Evan^^gelical Lutheran church, the application^of the new (Jerman synod of California^to lie received as part of the general^synod, wus laid over until some irregular^^ities were removed, (anion, (^., was se^^lected us the place of the u^ xt meeting.^It was decided to author.^e the issue of a^a provisional revised catechism,^the sumo not to l.e reganled us a con-^grcgutiouul standard or in any way^affecting the recent doctrinal basis of the^general synod. Dr. W cutler of New York^reported lor lhc board to found deacon^^ess* s ami the step* w hich were taken by^tile boarJ were approved. A uumlicr of^young women are to be sent to Kuiscr-^worth, the original deaconess institution,^iii.il when Iralm d to become first leaders^of the proposed American institution, the^National Lutheran home lor tliu aged,^being established m Washington. With^regard to the ColuiuLiaii exposi^^tion it was resolvod: ^That we^solemnly protest uguiusi ota-u-^nig the gates of the exhibition on^the L r I's day.^ An oiler of ten acres of^laud in the ^Garden ol the Gods, ' ( .do^^rado, lor a site of the home formv.il d^ministers was accepted, utid appoint-^inch is were mace to eairy out luu pro-^ject. Professor Orl, of Wittenberg col^^lege, presented a report on the *tah- * f^religion, in which it wu* det lured tin-re is^no call tor u r. vision of the creed. It was^adopted. 1 h^ synod then adjourned sine die. gsffJ. ha liyltig. Ottawa, May LH.^Sir John MacD Ks*^u.r s pi.^* clan issued a bulletin to-uight^that the agsd \ rentier had had a relapse^und his condition waa critical. At10: tJ Dr. Powell Issued a bulletin^^uymg: ^Mr John's siK-wh is gone and^the hemorrhage husoxu-tided to Ins brain.^Ills cotniitioti is quite h'-pclcss.*' Whenthe m luster dies, the ministry,^according to English parliamentary pi n -^tier, is d ssolved. Sir John Thompson m^ail likelihood would lie called upon (o^form u new m m-try in event of Mac-^Di iikI-I's drain. Sir John has aufTorcd a^stroke of paralysis. He i* consen t!', but^is unable to sp. ak or move, and caiinoi^live. As MM as It became known, pal-^liamctil adjourned. ACROSSTHE ATLANTIC f.iivsruorll.iytl's I ..ttlsr Ds-ad. iASKsVILLKOuio, May ^HJ.^Joseph 1.^Boyd, father of Governor James L. Iloyd^of Nebraska, and whose failure to take^out his final natural sttiou paper* ^'..^^the cause of the Nt braaka giilM-n.atori.i.^iiiuddle, dad here tin* eveumg, aged ^''^year*. LittleSlid in tbe House of Commons^About tbe Btbriog Sea Bill. PARNELL AND MRS. O'SHEA What bhall B.^ Done With the^JiWiV A Question Which^fuzz es the Heada^of Nations. Copyright,Is'.-f, by Ihe NVw Vork Assoria'eil^i i ^ -. Ixi.Miiin,May a.-Xu measure of the^importance of the Hehriug sea bill i*^rarely read the llrst tune in the commons^without the ministers affording the h^ use^fuller particulars than tin y vouelisaled^to-tlay regarililig it* provision*. The^members listened with ^trained attention^to Smith, expecting to learn the term* of^agreement with the Washington^government, und great wu* their^disappointment when he stoppe I^short after uttering a formal nqnest for^permission to bring iit u hill to enable the^queen, by order in council, to make a^special provision to prohibit the catching^of seals in the II.-bring sea, by her ma^^jesty'* subjects during the period named^in the order. The questions put to min^^ister* in the lobby, elicited nothing l^c-^yotid the aiatcineiit that they are a wail^^ing the final response fr m Washington.^Smith only voucbeifedassuraMg- than an^arrangement was already secured to^harmonise the action of the British^government with that of the American^government. Otlu r ministerial meinticr*^express thcm*clvea certain that the^measure will meet with no udverse crin-^r sin, either in the house or country, and^will lead to the permanent settlement of^tlu d spute. Though the period ol prohi^^bition i* understood in be one year, the^elastic nuture of the order in the council^w ill empower (he government to make a^further extension. TheParnellitea hear thut their chief^will wed Mr*. O'Shea before the registrar^about the middle of June. Gladstone'ssuggestions townr.l* reme^^dying the persecution of Kiis*iau Jew* is^strongly disappointing to the community.^His letter on the subject ignore* the fact^that the litissn-Jcwish committee has al^^ready taken the exact course he suggested.^At u meeting of Zionists the speaker*^declared (hut fact* sere known which^Justified the action of the EuroMfM^gMsfrnroentat a greut crisis has !*^cn^reached and time is precious. Lord^liothschiltl has presented H memorial^to Lord Salisbury usking the British^government to initiate concerted action^by powers to assist a wholesale emigra^^tion of the Jews to Palestine. The 11 itle-^elnlds, the Goldsmiths, and all lb^ leading^Jew* of England concur in the opinion^that a settlement of Jews in Palestine is^Ihe Ik st plan and aim to obtain Euro^^pean recognition of tin* great wave of^euiigratii.il as necessary to ihe solution of^the Jewish problem. Huron llirsch,^though having schemes ol his own, sup^^ports the English plans tn opi-rat ^^through iliploiiiaticchaiinols. Lord Salis^^bury, leaving the Usual otlicial chan^^nels, is reported a* writing directly to the^head* of the European governments and^commending to their consideration Roths^^child's memorial. A bHlHllbO II bhUDbluN Krloiinsd Presbylci Inns III *t'^alt)ll Ml^Put.loirs- PlTlsintin. May aV ^ At to-day's ses^^sion ol ih.- reformed Pro-bytrrl.iu synod^the api^eaU of vuri us siiapenih.il min^^isters Were presented to the synod,^but were referred to the commit-^tee on discipline without Is-ing^read. The report ol the Isiurd of illu^^sion showed thut not one-third of Ihe^amount required had been contributed.^A reto'.utioti lo prefer charges against a^number ^ f ministers for having written^letter* und given utteruiice in ticw^pu|^crs^to their views on the recent (rials uf sine^penned ministers canned all animated dis^^cussion. ssitdJews lo Palestine.^London, May Li*. In res|M^nse to a let^^ter liom a iiu uiber of parliament asking^him loj'iiu in claiming for the Jews m^Kuaaiu ihe same rights arcoided to the^Mohammedan subjects (.f the ^ xar, Glad^^stone sa.d Ins personal at-lion would have^M w* Ight. He thought tin- pressure id^opinion by the civilised world based iitsiti^ascertain! d facts would be the best mod,-^of prt-^e* d ng. OlgssfsMsl expressed the^hope that the MjsM of I m k. y s .-uld^simp .rt the scheme for settling the Jews^in Palestine. Tllrt * ^r*^ Itrrt p Ian. Musi,.a.May -j ^ The cur and cm^^ilia and i.r bB'I Duchi ** \ -nil arrived^tisHluy, 'i liey drove to Kremlin through^the streets, receiving cntliusiaatic greet^^ings from ih^ dense t-rnsiiii that lined the^route. The discovery ^ f four large boxes^of dynamite in the custom-- th partiueiit^of the French exhibition last Sunday a us^in part tin- reason for the dvluy of the^royal par'v :u coming. \\STaSri I sir Mailer.. (IIU Ac May l.'.'.^ I he committee on^foreign alTuira of (lit* world** fair have^decided to send the follow ing named gen^^tlemen lo Kurope in the interest of the^exh.btioii: Major Handy, chief of the^bureau of | uhlidy and promotion; Com-^uiisaioucr J. Ii. Waller, of ( sill client;^St cieiary llll tci w.-rth, of Ohio; Hon.^( arl Senilis, of New York, and ex-Sen-^utor Lust s, of Louisiana. Millhu^ ill^ Tru.t.^Aljianv, MsyAttorney (o-ncral 'Tnbor has ih aided to begin aetlosM agsasvat^the Cel.uoi-I N ivi-r.y etiupiuy ati-1 tli ^^( t IIHold Brush c rBDSB)g tor violation of^Issssf charters. I ' is ,s a blua ai tie- cel.^luoid trust, which isorgatiKtd on exactly^the same bin ^ as the sugar trust. Ilrillaliami i'ort u^u^*.-.^CaI'KToVs'N, MayPortuguese at tacked( upturn Dayman, of the llrilish^^-oiith Afr.ca cou p ,i y, in cami', six miles^s . st of Maaaikesso. Ihe nutlet lasted^two hours. The Portuguese were repulsed.^No British were killed. INDIANS ON 1 HE WARPATH. Cowardlylb il.kms Kill In I. listless tVlulra inAr sma.^I OR AM.M.t.H, Cala., May ^ Infer-^matu n received from army headquarters^from Fort llayard, N. M.. i* to the t If cl^that the minora o( Indian hostilities again^rciiewi-d in that quarter are eonect. It i*^reported ihat a man named Whi lain wu*^killetl on Hluc river, Ar (otia, and also^thut a fami.y was kulcd on Kagle crock.^A man named CauiplM-ll was killed on^While river, in the Mogodau mountains.^I lies** murders wi*re said to have Im-i-ii^coinmittwl the llrst i..m of May. Two oth-^Cera and 10 m^ u have Is en sent by the^commanding officer at Fort Bayard to^scout northward Irani that post and^other ih taelimeiits were tent out.^General McCook has given orders for the^troops r- n Forts HuVHrti. Apnche, Bt^wie^aii.1 San ( uno* to make il I gent search in^the vicinity of their several poats tor any^signs of outlaws and pursue uny trails^found. Troo|^* from these posts with It)^days' supplies left on Wednesday to make^u search. Atoka,1. T., May '.!^ W. J. Ncwcoinb, |^a picture canvasser w ho just arrived here, |^related an adventure a nh the Indiana at^boggy depot, lo miles from here. New-^comb and hia partner, II. II. Slapleton,^i ,iiiii.cd near the Indiana ami in some^manner offended them, whereupon the^Indiana ordered them to leave. This the^two men did, but hud traveled but a abort^distance when they found themselves in^an ambuscade. New combe escaped a^shower of bullets fired by the Indians,^but Ilia partner was killed. Stapletou's^body was found later riddled w ith bullets. PHILADELPHIABANKcHS. Malta Will lis * em insured Against a^Number of I'romlMsnl I'snple. Philadelphia,May ^-^.^.^Tint Ar.ni^./^Ttlnjra]^h ^uy* suns will Is' begun in a^few days against Nelson F. I.vans, di^^rector of the Spring Garden National^bank, who waaaoslrougly urged upon lhc^government for hia appointment a* re^^ceiver of the Keystone hunk; again-1^I prami Young, also a director ^f the^Spring Garden bunk anil against Ii.^Aibrccht, ex-director untl now president^of the American Machine company,w Inch^waa seised by the sheriff a few days ago.^It is known that iii addition to BMM'i^nearly IJUU.UUU ut llidcblcdnc** to the^hank ia m hi* own and other MMMI^names, and practically worthless collat^^eral, he waa overdrawn in his accounts.^The exact r. !at on* of Young mid ^ x-l^i-^recior Albrelchl to the bank aa ih hairs^ha* imt been fully ascertained, although^it la known thi y are connected with lie-^fraudulent over lasuo of tho atock of the bank. AMONCiTHE HACEHS Itaaullol Vastrrgsy'a ( oniraU at lha l^l(-^frmil t eiirsrs. Latonia,May :\^. The track waa in^gooil condition. Mileand seventy yard*^ Foray tho won.^Happiness second. Cashier third. Time,^1 it**. Mueand twenty yard* Marvel won.^Tnuiupb won, Topstoue third. Time,^lieH, Freehandicap, Ihn e-yrar-olda and ii|i-^w.ir.l, mile and a sixteenth -Vallera won,^Yale '.)I second, i.li thiol. Time, 1 it'1** Three-yeiir-olda ami upward, mile^Mora won. Bertha second, Sportsman^third. Time, 1 :f:%. Maiden twisyear-idtla, five furlongs^Lou Dudley won, Aatrakau second, L'na-^dilla third. Time, I :(M^4. AlI lot ago. (lilt Ado, May Lit.^1 Bo-year-ohls, llve-^eighiha of a mile- Jack Kicelieu won,^Luna Fry aecoiid, Little Koi k third. 1 line, Inrt t -year-old* ami upward, mile und^a sixteeiilli Ernest Ka^e won, Newcastle^second. Willow third. Time, 1 Handicap,Ihrcc-y. nr-olds und ii|iward,^mile and three-sixteenths Fakir won,^Laura Davidaoti stconil, Huukrupt third.^Tunc, - WOV,. Three-yearold* and upward, six fur-^long*- -Hob Jacoha won, Mlv^ ratio sec^^ond. Vug ii llnrd. Time, 1 :lsi^. Allages, milt Hany Kupl won, Ketl^L-ght aecoiid, Piukeitoii third. '1 inn-, i*MM Alt,r^vr^,'iiil.^(.i:\visimi.m,, :'.^. i he track wa* a^sea of mud ami water, hut not at ail^holding. Fivefurlongs Khotla ( oil won. Nine^One ftccoud, Peruvian llnrd. Tune, 1 :u-l. Iliudicap,mile ami an eighth^Sir^John won, Isaac Lewi* second. Million^llnrd. 1 ime, llMM 1hrei-year-olds, mile llyptticu won,^l'lavia second, Calcium third. 'I nil-. ItMHi Forillami'iton g*M d cap, a-ycar-ol.ls,^^nib' ami u furlong I err.her won. Pie-^nicki r second, Peaaaru luird. Tiuu ,^llHM, Heavy-Weighthulnllcan, mile ^( h- - o^peako wtiii, Ko -luud stolid, Jack Ko-i^thinl. Time, l :it't Three-year-olds,saik lluldwiu Mffsj^rumiiiany second, Kitty I. third. Time, Ittsttt I..i Claticirily hss.l i.oMinN,Ma. au.^Kicbard Somer-.i^Li'lhM^re, French lord of ( lancanly in^(he Luglish p*h'rage ami earl in the Irish,^died suddenly Its-day from an uttuck of^uiflueusa. b ill t i meanly died leaving^his find with Viscount Diiulu^only partially healed. Tile attitude^of thu family towards the o^continues hoatile. V acount Hunlo su^a^the late curl deaired to tie hurled in Eng^^land, and he will not be buried |g die^fuuiily vault at Curhally, Huliusloe, lre-^lauil, utileM hi* will give* special in.^strTictioua. Tlie retirement of Lady Duulo^from tlie stage is a m tiler of i nurse. YtuuiilSt. ii sssffMMw ssMMb^Unit^.i pout. Conn..May j*j ^ I'nknown^gtiolpa maiie an uttempl to teeak kses the^grave of P. T. Baruiim ihia morning.^The watchmau coming up frightened^ataMl away, but an uttempl to catch tin m^failed. AGEoUiNEJARONESS ACalilornii Girl tbe RigbtfoJ Owner^cf a Royal Title. DAUGHTEROF A NOBLEMAN W.llChangs H-r N.inr^ Erom Miss^Ores ii to Baroneas Von barn-^tkow An Interesting^Komanca. Hi::t.IN, May 'S*. - Miss Ida Green of^Im l'rauci^co is claimant to the title and^the estate* of BMMfMl Von Harnekow.^Mr. Edwards, United Mates consul gen*^t rul. antl a number of lawyers interested^in the case, believe In r claim legal, and^that the gul s memliership of one of lha^proudest fuiuilie* of G -nuauv 1* e*tais^^liaticd. Years ago Baron Von Barnekow,^an idlicer of ihe G rmati army, after a^career of di*sipaiion fled to America^where, after miinerou* ViC!**itudc*, he be-^t aim. a hotel runner in San Francisco,^traveling under the abas ^Fred Green.^^\\ lule in this capacity he Ijccame nc-^ipiaiiitcd with a girl named Galbgan.^1 hu lived together, though not le-^gilly marr i d, but after the birth^of a tlaiiglitlicr the Haron consented^to a marriage and at the same time under^the law* of California mad^ his daughter,^though ls.ru out of ws*dlock, his legal^issue, 'I he baron sih.ii relumed to his^dissipated ways, neglected his family^und finally inserted them. After waiting^a numlier of years, his wife applied f. r a^divorce, which wu* granted in lsa*. In^the nit aniline Huron Von Harnekoy hail^returned to Geimany ami married again^without undergoing the 'ormalily of a di^^vorce. He died 111 17*7, ihe year before^hia California wife got her divorce. His^second marriage wa* naturally illegal.^Mrs. Green obtained u divorce, never^knowing thai la r ipi-uidaui liusbaiid was^dead, und later on murr ed a sailor named^Kobiiisiin. Her iluughter, Ida Green, lived^with her stepfather in u i ^ ^ r ipiarter of^^sail Franriaro. After Hartal Von Harm-^kow'* death Ins sister. Countess Von^Moltke, wife of a maj ir iii the army, a^m ar relative of the hue Ib id marshal,^having an inklinir of the truih aeurched^lor the missing lu-in-s*. l'tute were aoine^large estates, heavily nicunihs red, how^^ever, and with rare nobility of fct-hug tho^couiitvs* tried lodo just ice to her brother'*^widow anil child. She applied to Con*ul^G ucrul Edwanls, who wrote to Chief^of Holies* Crowley of San Francisco.^Chief Crowley loiiud Ida and reported^accordingly and the necessary affidavit*^proving marriage, the identity of Hanm^Von Harnekow with ^Fretl Green^ legal-^laation of 1.1 i u* In* legitimate child, and^oilier uecesAury document* were -em to^Berlin, Consul General Edwanls ad^^mitted the story as siibatantially correct^and placcsl the matter tu the hands of^(he moat eminent lawyers of Berlin. Ono^imiMiriuut tpie-liou involved is: Should^German or California law rcganliug^legiliiuaey of law prevail'.' The father^died in Germany und it will tuke some^trouble to make Ida a legitimate Harone**^Von Harm kow und legal heir. That this^will be accomplished, however, there is^little doubt. AWAHUbl)UAMAUkb, AMlaauullan Will loe.-lv. Our tt.OOO^HbM ass i: i^s iimkvu. Kprrlaltu the standard. Illi.l n \, May ik. ^ A. si. Min of Mis^^soula was awanled damages in the amount^id ^7.7.^iU in lhc I'lilted Stats * circuit court^in hi* suit against tin* Northern Pacific^for it.juris.* in u railway uccidetit at Gold^( reek. Dost Loslgs' conn y, in In^the smash-ui) he had three ribs broken.^The Hitey st Woods Sp**cialty coiupaity^waa mi the train at thut tune, and suns^by members of the company are uow^pending. PKOIttrStAI HatttHiES.^Ail luiporlMiit inn liilrosluersl in tho li.oI-.- ol fOUttll.ill-. London,May-*. I i tin-Common* to^^day ihe bill prepared by the government^prohibiting British subj -el* from catch^^ing seals ill lU-tiriug Sea for a certain^l-criisl wa* introduced. The duration of^the lime during wh.ch seals cannot be^captured is not, however, given IU the ML Vraleida-/'*t-'ailurea. NoKIHamu ton. Mas*., May 3.^J. N^Leonard A t o., .Ilk uiaiiufacturers, have^fallen. Liabilities, tllta.UUU. Iiip si.o, May IK.^ 1 lie Waller Hill^Furniture compauy assigned this morn^^ing to Henry TiHi U-cau-e of slow cols^l.'ctioii*. Liabilities, r^.tAiU; asset*, IJU,^^uu. IosluN, May l.'-onard A. Whitney,^broki r, has fail. .1. 1. abilities, f.'l,ijt)0, of whichhalf it -ecnr.-.I by atiH'k*. %till Iteiiibsrsl \ al|i ira.sss.^Paltis, May ;n - A dispatcn receivesl^here from Chili atatcs thai the iiisurgeula,^contrary to their pnuiuse*, now threaten^to tsunbaril \ ilparaissi. 1 rt view of that^thr^'ut Ihe deft-use* uf the city are being^1 hurriedly atrcugtheiied. It i* believes!^the foreign power* will intervene vhould^the insurgent* carry out ih.-ir threat. SBMMsg t'^* ItUssry tleud. Hirinu l . May .^^ -General Gustavu* A*^He Unas' ^-, retiretl, iiisd this afternoon.^G lateral De Kussey, utter gradualingfrem^Wot I'oiut, s-ntervd the army in 1*41. He^served with distinction in the Mexican^war and the rebellion. Mas,ftasaj ^ hiei.^London, May -j. ^ I he Gaod Templars'^grand hslge at E liuhurgh elecUnl a Cana^^dian Mohawk Indian I l^r. Orsuihyatekai^chief of ti e order, and Wawriusky, a^mt'inlicr if the Swedi*b parliament, to^the aecoiid place. Mrs.sheesls ^ .1 t.u ly I.lNtot.N,N't h . May Li.-The jury in^lbs* Sh.'i sly murder ea^c broi ght in a ver-^diet hssBight, llndillg Mr*. Shes'dy and^the negro, McFarlaud, not guilty. The^verdict i* a surprise. A(.Uans* Made.^'^' dllNi on, Ma)I'r. Ham Hon, asjrgeestgs-ueral of the marine boapital^- rv.ee. has n sigm si anil aceep-- ! a i-..v^i Uoa Mprofs*s r of surgery and surgical^^utholcgy in tin- Kush medical college,^( ne go. He wi.l Ik- succeeded by surgeon^Walter W. Wyiuau.