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faitimfii VOL.IL^NO. 306. ANACONDA,MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY xo, 1891. PRICEFIVE CENTS. AREPLY TO M CLURE IdOpen Letter to the Editor of the^Philadelphia ^Times. WHATNICOLAY HAS TO SAY HeClaims That President Lincoln^Warmly bupportcd HanniDal^Hamlin for the Vioa-^Prt-sidency. Washington,July 9.^John G. Ntco-^lay to-day addressed an open letter to^Colonel McClurc, editor of tlie Philadel^^phia Time*, replying to the latent edito^^rial on tbe subject. N unlay nay* in part,^he was at tliu iialtiiuure convention as a^spectator. H. C Cook, chairman ^ f the^Illinois delegation, had a conversation^with him about the course of certain dis^^affected leaders in Illinois. That conver^^sation Nicolay reported to the president^in a letter to Major Hay, assistant^private secretary. What he had heard^had made Cook suspicious thut Swett^might be untrue to Lincoln. U:ie of the^^ Haws which led to this belief was that^Xwetl had telegraphed to llaltimore urg-^ins the Illinois delegation to go for Holt.^Cook wanted to know coiilldentially^whether, 111 urginir Holt for vico presi^^dent, Swell reflected the president's^wish; whether the president bad any^preference, or whether he wished^not even to interfere with the^confidential indication. Upon this letter^President Lincoln made the following en^^dorsement in his own handwriting:^^Swett is unquestionably all right. Mr.^Holt is a good man, hut I had not heard^or thought of bun for vice president. I^wish not to interfere about the vice pres^^ident. Caunot interfere. Platform^convention must jti'lgo for it^^self.'' ^This written evidence,^^says Nicolay, ^cannot bo turned. In^trying to evado its force, you assert Lin^^coln called you to Washington and urged^the nomination of Johnson, and that you^returned to Baltimore to work and vote^in obedience to that request against your^personal predictions. Tbe proceedings^of the convention,^ says Nicolay, ^show^that you acted an entirely minor^part. Is it probable that Lin^^coln among all other men in^the Pennsylvania delegation (Simon^Cameron, Tha mens Stevens, A H.Keener,^Ualuslia A. Crow aud others, would have^called you aioiie to receive Ills secret in^^structions. It is u matter of public history^that Simon Cameron was mere promi^^nent and efficient than any other Peiiu-^sylvauian in the movement in that state^to giveLincoln a second termand that on the 14th of^January, leu-l he transmitted to tbe presi^^dent a written request uf the union mem^^ber of tbe Pennsylvania legislature to^accept the renoniiuatiou. 'This and bis^Mihstqueiit open and unvarying report^h it 1.0 doubt of Cameron's altitude.^How was it with you 7^ Nicolay then^quotas a letter from MtC.ure to President^Lincoln, May 1', l'C4, protesting against^the intimation in one or two papers that^be i Met Inn ) was not cordially in favor^of Lincoln's renoinillation aud assuring^bun of cordial support, and continues:^^It was only a month before the conven^^tion you felt called upon to personally^protest against tho accusations of party^disloyalty, but this is not nil; when the^time came to make nominations tor vice^president, Simon Cuiucroii. chairman of^the Pennsylvania delegation and one of^the earliest aud most lacrsistctit friends^of Lincoln himself, nominated Hannibal^lii.nihil for vice president, while the^whole vote of Pennsylvania was oil the^first ballot cast ler Hamlin's reuomina-^tion, so also the Illinois delegation cast^its entire voto for Hamlin on the first^ballot. Does it stand to rta-^son that Lincoln called upon you^to desert Hamlin and nominate^Johnson and guve no intimation^of tbe desire to the chairman of the Penn^^sylvania and Illinois delegations ^ Dare^you venture the assertion that Lincoln^was deceiving Cameron, deceiving Cook,^carrying on a secret intrigue against^Hamlin and another secret intrigue^ugituist Holt, and that, on top of the^whole, ho was writing it deliberate lie to^us^ That lliaV be your conception of^Abraham Lincoln, but it is not mine. LI(JHTNiNC'3FKbAK. Houses Wrack Near Helena--.* Knife^Thrown l-rniu s Woman's llauds. Bperlulto i he Htauitanl. Hsii.kna,July ti.^A heavy rain storm^accompanied by lightning passed over^the city and the valley north of here^where several bouses were struck. At^the residence of W. I). Kdgar in this city^a bolt struck near Mrs. Kdgar and threw^a knife from her hand a distance of sev^^eral feci. Considerable glass was broken^of a house occupied by K incr L Haniia.^No serioui damage was done, however. Hisit.ii., Itrse.sed. SawDiy.r.o, July 9 ^ Marshal Gard has^rescued the ltata and placed the . Ulcers^in charge. This act is ueci ssary in con^^nection with the libel proceedings com^^menced by the Cmtcd State s ilictiiet at^^torney. It is understood here that an^attorney had ativised the captain of the^ltata to pay the line of lass and at once^get the vessel released from the eu-lo.lv^of the custom eflieers before Marshal^Gard could release the ltata and to get^out of San Diego harbor as quick us^^team could carry her. th liin W it ViS.fl.. TaRis,July 9. ^1 he court of appeals^has annulled the decree of sequestration,^issued by the civil tubulin! of Seine. In^regard to i hilian war vessels cutistruett d^in France for tbe ( hilian government.^The court, in annulling the ilecrei, holds^the vessels were ordered by the govern^^ment of President Hslmaeed i, which is^the only legally constitute I authority in^Chili recognised by France. Inr tli^ 1^^ leiidsutH. StPacx. July I ^ In the esse of the^Cntted Stales vs. J M. Kaga'i and C. II.^Hohlnge, of the Chicago, St. Paul ^^Kansas City road, on trial for alleged vio lationof tbe interstate commerce law.^Judge Thayer this morning instructed the^Jury to find for the defendant*. Tbeevidence in the case shows that at^the time of tbe alleged unlawful sale of^6,(00 tickets, the company bad on sale^and publicly advertised for tbe sale of^two kinds of first class tickets from St.^Paul to Chicago, one ti nned ^unlimited^^ticket which was sold at 11160 and one^termed ^limited^ ticket, which was sold^at s7 each were in reality unlimited, and^hence, that tbe s.xh section of tbe inter^^state act was violated. The court, how^^ever, was satisfied from evidence in the^case that there was a d ffereuce between^the tickets of the unlimited class, under^the company's conditions being entitled^to stop over privileges, while tbe com^^pany in the case of limited tickets re^^set v^ d the right to make continuous pas^^sage, although the tickets sold were not^punched in margin so as to limit tbe^period of use. The judge therefore in^^structed the jury ^to ntquit the defen^^dants on all the counts of indictment. MUCH KttLINO _la AROUSED. Troubleis llrtwiiag over the La ad salts laI'im-ii ^ 1 o. rtpectulto the Msnuaiu. PocATrXLO,Idaho, July 9.^The sale of^lots in the lowusite heretofore belonging^to the reservation will commence next^Monday. Appropos of this, the railroat.^officials will issue an order to-morrow^thut will cause no little excitement in this^city in business circles. Fully one-half^of the business hou-es are till railroad^ground, and an order will be served on the^owners to have the sumo removed within^sixty days after the lots are sold. All^tin so buildings huve been on the lots^prior to the passage of the act of con^^gress authorising the selling, and the^merchants will probably either make the^railroad company purchase the buildings^or remain in tin in until they choose to^move. Considerable feeling is evinced^over the coming sale and it is expected^much trouble will be the outcome. Peo^^ple are dl-poscd to bo fair in the matter,^but if their rights are abused no doubt^serious trouble will follow. THtDAVIS WILL CASE. Arguments la tlie Application for a^( lia itte of Venue t oaipls'.etl, specialto i lie Standard. liKM.na,July 9.^Colonel Ingerxoll^closed tbe arguments in tbe Davis case^to-day in tbe presence of a largo audience.^He made a prediction that iu the event^the alleged w ill proved to be a forgery,^young 'Thomas J. Davis of Iowa^would come into tbe contest^again, and assert bis rights^to a share in the estate notwithstanding^his contract with John A. Davis, wherein^he relinquishes all claims to the latter.^Congressman D x in asked the court in^the interest of all parties to render its de^^cision at an early dste. 'The court an^^nounced that it would be unable to hand^down an opinion for a week or so, and^suggested that the attorneys should ask^Judge McHatton to postpone tbe trial of^the case until July fts, They replied that^they would telegraph the judge at once. Vl-lledIt.alleil ItnW. London.July 9.^The tmptior of Ger^^many arose early this morning. Aft. r^taking a canter in Itotten Jluw, he re^^turned to Htickingham when-, in com^^pany with the empress l.o receivtd u^deputation from various German social^ami benevolent societies and the London^diplomatic corps. Tinsafternoon the emperor again vis^^ited Kottcn How, ait 'Tithd only by an aid-^dt-cauip, and dressed in the uniform of a^Prussian general. He was mounted on^one of his own horses, brought over from^Germany. Later the l'r.uce and the^Princess of Wales gave a garden party at^Marlborough bouse in honor of Ibu em^^peror utid empress, which was u great^-tic ess. Here their majesties met a^number of Hntisb and German anstoc-^raey. Music was furnished by the baud^of the lirittsh guards and that of the^Prussian K iy.il dragootis, the latter laeing^sent to I - ^ i and on purpose to play at^this parly. Thousands of people crowded^in the neighborhood of the Marlborough^house, anxious to catch a glimpse of the^grand nmj sties. IV inner llrrw'l 1111 s hi iii a. I'llilai^i:lim:Ia, July 9^Hank Exam^^iner Drew has not yet complied with the^rt quest of the comptroller of currency^for his resignation. Instead of doing so^he wrote a letter to the comptroller a few^days ago uskiug that the request lie with^^drawn and he he allowed to continue in^the service. Woitl was received here to-^day from Washington that the comp^^troller had informed Mr. Drew that the^department insisted on bis resignation. OVERAT DEI- R LODGE. Kmtgrallouof Jew.. Vienna.July 9.^ At a conference held^at l.i in: erg between representative of^laarou Hirscb and Hcrr Frai.go* repre^^senting the Jews of Herlin. and Dr. Kur-^auda of this city, it was ugreed up n that^the bust direction in which to guide the^tide of Jewish emigration is toward the^Argentine Kepubnc. It was also decided^it was inipossibls to come to any arrange^^ment by which tbe emigrating of Joss^eouid be allowed in Palestine. lut-rsaU'sIVsrliugs.^New YoML July 8- There was a fine^show of yearlings at l ater-alls last night^lion the McCrathiaua, Spendthrift,^Beaumont arid Meadow 'Thorpe studs.^1 hire were to head sold and the total^sum real ^ d was fbu.ShO, an average of^|ffif per capita. HillMen I ^ oniig iilons.^Na-h villi., July 9 ^ Hie hank of Com-^nierce of Mit-lllcld. Ala , ivli eh has been^embarrassed lor the past two days, has^irovitltd airangeineuts to meet all its ol^^I.gallon* in cash as called for ami re^^sumed business this lin rtii g as usual.^The bans is entirely so.n lit. Kilh'ilb, a Tram^^ lnf.Y. Id.. July 9.^Mrs. Ih beccah^Keyiiioiid and sou, Arnold, a*, t.oon to^^day were struck by a passing* r train.^Tne k^^^^, who was deaf and dtinr . ^ as on^a hr dt'e. His mother seeing tie train^coming attempted to save buu a::.l both^lost their lives. S.vroCars of Horses snipped to Missoula^Cases la Court. eperlalto the Manual a. DeerLodue, July 9.^Seven ears of^horses, with their attendants, left Deer^Lodge this evening for tbe races at M s-^souls. Before tbe train left tbe depot the^conductor started to collect fares. In one^of the cars he met a pretty tomb outfit,^who refused to let htm enter aud was^compelled to call Sheriff Qtitgley to his^assistance before he could settle with^them. A.J. Olelenberg and J. C. Sbaubut went^out this afternoon to look for a bear re^^ported in the vicinity of town. They did^not llnd the bear, but brought in a fine^specimen of the American Lagle. Inthe dislrict court there have been^filed the following law suits: J. D.^Rhodes vs. Margaret J. Butcher, for bal.^ance of account i L'4 ^9 for goods, wares^and merchandise furnished defendant^and for hauling ore. Kites s% Connell^Mercantile company vs. Christian John^^son, for 1195 It, balance of account. Her^^man Werner vs. Ittyruond Kaltenbach,^for 192 for work and labor performed on^tlie L ittlo Pittsburgh and Summer^Cabin lode claims. Allen Kimmerly vs.^Mrs. Mary Gibney, for f 1-4, balance of^account. MISS COUZ NS OUSTED. Asweeping Derision Koudsrsd by Judge. .Padgett. (Hlt-aoo, July 9 ^ Judge Blodgett tie^culcd tbe Phoebe ( oiitins case this morn^^ing by rendering u sweeping decision^against the ex-secretary of tbe board of^lady managers of the world's fair. The^court held, in short, that Miss Cousins^was out of office for good aud cannot get^back. Tbe case was decided on excep^^tions made by MissCoiisius to the answer^tiled to her bill for an injunction to re^^strain defendants fn in ousting ber from^office. The court held the hoard of man^^agers was created by the national com^^mission aud received Us pos ers from that^body. These powers extended to the ex^^ecutive committee of the board of lady^managers, and it bad full power to act,^inasmuch as congress jiad not provided^lor a continuous session of the board of^lady managers which hail to delegate its^powers to the committee. This commit^^tee, the court held, was in fact tbe board^itself. The court thereupon denied tbe^injunction as prayetl for. PHILIPSBURUP1CK1NQS. TitsMidnight Mins Munded-vYlll Play^At Israelis. specialto thr Standard. Philh'siiii;n, July 9.^George H. Bab-^cock and John W. Opp have secured a^bond on the Midnight mine, situated just^above town, and propose to comineuce^work Monday next. Thty intend to em^^ploy about 1AI men at tbe tuiue at present,^and will very shortly commence crushing^their output of ore at the Hope mill,which^is now idle. TheNewton Beers Dramatic company^are registered at the Kaiser house. They^play at Granite two nights and at Philips-^burg two. ThomasTravallle, Jack Welsh and^Mike Shovlin of Granite were iu town^to-day. Mminnns Itlsagiee. Kann\s( in, July 9.^There is a seri^^ous split in the Hendrickite branch of^the Minium church at Independence,^Mo. A majority of the members have^withdrawn and now seek admission to^the recognised branch, because Elder^Walk, chief of the llendrickito branch,^tried to institute certain reforms among^bis followers. He n quired sisters to^dress iu plain black dn sses and sun bon^^nets without nbtaons, laces and frills. He^forbade the men to use tobacco, and dis^^obedience he punished with expulsion.^As u consequence now be lias only about^Hi members. MillSearch lor Treasare. Washington,July 9.^A letter has^been received at the government offices^here from a mun in Norfolk, Vs., who^states one. Captain Amine, has been en^^gaged at Norfolk in shipping men for a^trcuMiro bunt iu Mexican waters. The^writer is informed h^ has shipped over^-J0O men, ami is secretly taking a large^quantity of arms and ammunition at^some port on Long Island sound. It looks^much as though somu filibustering ^ x-^lieditiou is on foot and it may be meant^to aid the revolution in Hayti or Mexico. Killedby l.l*lttalng.^Nr.w OKI.eann, July 19.^The Picayune's^Clifton, Bosque county, Texas, special^says: Yesterday evening the house of S.^P. Anderson, a Swede, living la miles^west of here, was struck by lightning, kill^^ing bis wife and three daughters, all that^were in the house. Anderson was clo^e^to the house when the lst.lt struck, but the^flames were so rapid, being fed by tbe ^ x-^plosion of a five-gallon can of oil, thai^none but bis wife could be taken from the^bouse, bis daughters burning with Un^^building. lieWill Mm auihvau.^New Yokk. July 9.^A cable dispatch to^tbe fuller Uuzr'tr says Frank I'. Slavin^refuses the oiler of the California Ath^^letic club to pin un a purse of tl'.OJO for^a glove contest beiwtcn lum.tlf und^Peter Jackson. Slavin says he will fight^John L. Sullivan for the purse of t.v. ^^^^that the Melbourne Athletic club has^offered, if Su divan will light. He will^tight either Jackson or ( orbelt after they^have decided who is the best man. Cowardaim Scuusnlrol NewYting. July 9^Dr. Fuller, who r'^cemly sued bis young Wife for divorce,^ctiarging cx-Juiige l.-ceister Holme as gas^respondent, met tho latter yesterday in^tbe ladies' cahin of a ferry boat and^blacked both Ins eyi ^, spat upon him ami^denounced htm uu.id great excitement a^^a sc lundn'l and a cowar L Dr. Ful.er^apolog i^d to the ladies in the cabin. Iwa Men llr.iwiie.fl SlMi'oe,Out.. July 9^News rescind^here lo i.ay of the drowning near L i e^Point ih r ng a big gala which prev.i h u^Priday last, of one Maj. John W. llytr-^sou, a prominent itsident of this place,^and Abel Hunker, a commercial traveler^o. 'Toronto, who bad gone to tbe Point^last Wedueslay on a fishing expedition. KILLEDBY GALLAGHER HoiIn. Henncbary Came to Her^Dettl it Greit Falls. HERSLAYER'S BAD RECORD Verdictof the Coroner'a Jury^Th*^Prisoner an fcx-Convlot^^Some of the Woman's History. Sperlalto Die Stannar.l. Cur.atFalls. Ju'y 9.^The coroner's^jury which met at lu o'clock this morning^to conclude the investigation into the^death of Mrs. Hannebiiry, alias Mrs. J.^C. Gallagher, at the Gore block Tuesday^night, concluded their labors to-day and^returned a verdict to tbe effect that^ibu deceastd woman came to her^death from the t fleets of being^struck by one J. C. Ceotlard.^who pasaed in this city by the name of J.^Gallagher. The prisotit r was accordingly^bound over to the district court to auswer^for his crime. Some additional facts in^h eard to the crime were learned by tbe^Sl'anuaki) report! r. The man Grollard or^Gallagher, as appears from some corre^^spondence captured in his room, is not a^novice in crime, having been all inmate^of the slate prison at Deer Lodge, and of^a violent ami dangerous disposition^when under the intluence of drink.^I he woman was tbe wife of^James Hamiebu ry, a miner, said to now^reside at Placer ami comes of a very re^^spectable parentage. Up to a year ago^she lived with her husband, but left him^about that time to elop'^ with Geollard.^She was of very prepossessing appearance^but of dissipated habits, aud tho post^^mortem showed that the tissues of the^braiu had b en much weakened by syphil^^itic und alcoholic poisoning. This fact^may have an important bearing on tbe is^^sue of the trial,as the opinion ist xpressed^by some of the medical men that were it^not for this circuinstanou tbe blow would^not have been sufficient to csusa death,^and tbe prisoner may get off with being^charged only with manslaughter. DOCTORS SAY SO. ThsElrelrlcKilling at Slag Slag a Graad huecess, BiFFALo,July 9.^Dr. Soulhwick ami^Dr. Daniels, two Buffalo witnesses of^electrical execution at Sing Sing, re^^turned Ibis morning. They were inter^^viewed by a reporter. Wben asked if^the Associated Press report of the execu^^tion was accurate. Dr. Soutbwick said in^the main it was. Both doctors thought^tbe system a success iu every way. Con^^tinuing, Dr. Houthwick said these execu^^tions demonstrate the method to lie hu^^mane. When the current was turned on^there were no sounds from the con^^demned, uo burning, no odor of burning^flesh,and nothing whatever that would be^revolting to tbe spectators. CHRISTIANENDEAVOR. PAHNtLLITkbDEFEAT. xveheesof tbe Press of Great Britain aud^Irolaad. DtBLiN. July 9.^'The Parncllite press^is exceedingly downcast over tbe result iu^the Carlow election. TheJ^'r*eemaa's Journal says there is^now no more chance of getting home^rule for Irelund than of getting the moon. TheLlrclnr ^ Journal adds: ^They^have abandoned their independence for^the British psrty yoke. Theconservative Dublin A'xjiress says:^^'The English will learu from Curlowthat^tbe Irish tenant farmer when not ac^^tuated by insane lantl hunger, is a pup|m*t^in the bauds of tbe Komuii Catholic^priests and as unfit to tie an elector as if^be wen* an infant or a lunatic.'' TheA'ufional /Vr^^, the McCarthyite^organ, is naturally jubilaut aud says:^^The Carlow meii have dealt a death^^blow to tbe faction of Paruell from which^there is no longer any peril. Kansas'l.igli -llnur Law.^Top i k a, K is., July 9 ^ -Tho supreme^court this atlerllooli, on a statement of^facts presented in the mandamus proceed^^ings of the board of directors of the pen ^^tentiary held that the eight-hour law did^not apply to any state institutions. This^settled the question of the extra session^of the legislature, as the appropriations^are sufficient to run the institution under^old laws. WillHeal Nellie's K*e ^rd Cmcaoo,July ^^Citiien George Fran^^cis I ram arrived in this city at b o'clock^this afternoon and put up at ibu Palmer^bouse ^ lu re he treated tbe reixirtors to a^cup of tea made from some of a new crop.^He left for the West at 11 p. m. Ho will^not succeed in his t ffort to circle the glolss^in 65 days but will beat his previous rec^^ord by five days, and Nellie Biy's by eight^days. AoImportant Mill. London,July (.^The house of lords,^endorsing the sctiou of the c mmons, bus^passed a bill authorising what many be^^lieve to lie the most ini|soriant Kuglish^railway scheme of msuy years. The con^^struction of a railway to be operated in^tbe interest of, and as a connection wuh^be Man cbester canal. alie.true l^s t iro.^( Hlt-aoo. July 9 ^a special dispatch^from t adidae, Mich., says the ex'ensive^mill plant of Mitchell Bros., at Jennings,^1- miles from that city, was destroyed,^with ls.iMM-n fPet of lumber and 18^dwellings. 1 he total lost is placed at^gJUU.UUU. Insurance reported amounts to^only IMjggea Much valuable Umber is in^^cluded in the loss. '1u i einplols Tlieir Iters^WashiN(.ion, July U.^Peils h liibi.t ex^^perts, Messrs. Fsunce and Brown, hate^Ireen dtn'Cteil by the secretary of the^treasury to comtm nee at once to com^^plete ail t xhausiire ^ x iminatiou of the^Keystone and Spring Garden hanks. AMonster Convention Using II-hi la Mm^iteseehs. Minneapolis,July 9.^Last night the^trains as well as those of this morning^brought thousands of delegates for the^international young people's society of^tbe Christian Endeavor convention which^meets this evening in the ^ x position build^^ing. Tbe committee on ai r.tngeinents had^planned for the attendance of IS uk), but^nearly every delegation tuns far arriving^is larger than anticipated and all are not^here jet. Tbeconvention was formally calls.I to^order shortly after t o'clock by Brother^Clark. There wits a preliminary serv e -^of prayer and music and then Frank U^Daniels, chairman of the local committee,^made the opening nddrcs of welcom**.^H. II. French, D. D., of the Centenary^Methodist church, followed on behalf of^the Minneapolis pastors. Koltert Chris^^tie, D. D , of the House of lb p^ i Presby^^terian) welcomed the convention iu^Id lull of the pastors of St. Paul. John^Klliott, local secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,^concluded the addresses of welcome by^extending tbe band of fellowship to the^organ nation. SecretaryUsers' annual report shows^that one year ago the membership r curd^showed 11,t i l societies, an Inert ase over^the previous year of lt.3tl. There are now^lii,-'71 societies rcgipany reported. From^across the water UU7 report; there are^others yet to be heard from. England^has 12 societies: Australia, ^^-'; India, mi;^Turkey, 12, ami China 7. In Canada there^are 83. The banner for the state, terri^^tory or province showing the largest per^^centage of gain is awarded lo the territory^of Oklahoma, British Columbia being^second. The banner for the greatest ag^^gregate of gain goes to Pennsylvania,^that slate having gained Ma local^soeteiies during tbe year. Great growth^is reported iii junior organisations, of^which s. 6 societies are reported, Illinois^leading with 121'. There are four floating^societies on l ulled Slates men-of-war.^Among the denominations the Presby^^terians have 4.h.9 societies. Congregation-^alists, 3,546; Baptists, 2,:*^K; Methodists,^2,087. and Christians (Disciples), 801. As^to individual member- the growth is mar^^velous. At the convention of 18.H8 the re^^port showed 31U.UJ0 members; in INei^there were t85,0UO; in 1890 went 60),^ ui^and now societies have an aggregate^membership of 1.0.18,960 members. It is^known that 32,600 membt rs of societies^have become church members within a^year. BASE BALL Y fct^ fbHDAY. 200,000\ arils of flue scra|^er work to let^lietweeu Pasco and Tacoma, Api ly to^On-enough 4% Massey, Missoula, Monk Nstlooall.eagoo.^At Chicago^Chicago 11, Philadelphia 3.^At Cleveland^Cleveland It, Boston 3.^At Cincinnati^Cincinnati 11, Brook^^lyn 6. AtPittsburg- -Pittsburg 7, New York t. AsnsrlrauAssociation.^At Boston^Boston 3, St. Louis t.^At Baltimore - llaltimore a, Louisville 0.^At Washington^Washington 8, Colum^^bus 7. AtPhiladelphia^Athletics i, Cincin^^nati 3. ttesiersiI.ensue. AtMilwaukee^ Milwaukee 3, Duluth S. AtSioux City^Sioux City-Mintieapolis^game postponed. AtLincoln^Lincoln 8, Denver 6^ten^innings. V.recked Vessels. SanFrancisco, July 9^The steam^^ship Monowai arrived I mm Australia via^Honolulu this afternoon. Among the^passengers wen* Captain Chapman of^the American ship, Joseph II. Scammell,^which went ashore on Victoria reefs out.^side of Melbourne June 7, an t was lost.^All Iter crew was saved. I h^ British^ship, Craigburu, went ashore three houis^previously and seven men were drowned.^Both vessels were totally wrecked. Fireat Suva, Fiji islands, m May, tits,^atroyed 1200,000 worth of prop. rty. AHumor iJl.provetl.^San DiKtiO, Cab, July 9. ^ A rumor of a^plot on the part of tho Data's officers to^take lbs vessel out of port last night is^disproved by the fact that the vessel is iu^no condition to leave, her machinery^having lieen taken to pieces, her boiler^being overhauled and caps on the cylin^^der brads have been removed. The^Charleston lies withiu a few butidn d^yards of ber. Notfeopls'e I'arly Advocates^SPKINuriEI.D, Mass.. July 9 - An ex^^tended canvass by ihn .Yeic ggtajggej^Homrtttad shows that tbe new people's^party is not endorsed by the farmers of^New England anil New York. The sills-^treasury bill and tbe loaning of new is^^sues of paper by Ibe government on laud^valuta are looked upon as wild schemes,^and the free coinage of silver has but a^small following. HeWas Insane^Vienna. July 9 -During the session of^the lower house of the rt ichralh to-day, a^man committed suicide with a revolvir^at the entrance of the gallery, lie was^identified as a hunter, aud came to the^reichrath to demand justice iu un imagi^^nary lawsuit with the Kothscliilds. War-hips for ^ hill.^Washington, July 9.^Ths Chilian^minister lo day received advices fnun^Paris regarding tbe derision of the^French court and stat ng that the two^cruisers which have been furnished will^immediately sail for Chili. The battle^ship Pratt, will be flu sh^ d so ^'t. Wli.lt1 laos Meol^Cati.i i u' iu'. Ky., July 9 ^The wsr be^^tween ths t line and Deskius clans iu Ida^gan county, W. Vs., is still raging. All^parlies are armed w lib Winchesters and^are bring at each other ueross Tug river.^Tbrss have been killed within Ihu past^week. ALarge Inert.***.^WahHIM. ion, July 9.--1 be sti|^crintend.^ent of immigration in New York reports^that 405.list imitrgrauts arrived then- dur^^ing tbe tlscal year as BJ mpan-d with 3.8,-^t^91 ihe prev oils year. VERDICTOF NOT GUILTY TbeHoled Idaho Carle Stealing Ciss^Decided by tbe Conn WHATTHEi PI-:OPLL BKLIEVE Frye, Formorly s Butts Bu'chsr,^Defendant :n the Case Lxoner-^atcd ^ t tt -or bonny's Trialfor L bel. hpurgeouDollrluui.^Lo.M.oN, July 9^Mr. Spurgeon is^weaker aud delirious. Hp-l.-i: to the Standard. HniKKinr, Idaho, July 9.^The great^catt.e stealing cases tame loan end to^^day. The court has beeu occupied for^three d. yt with tbe cases of C. H. Frye,^the well-known butcher of .Seattle, for^^merly of Untie, and tbe Jure this^evening returned a verdict of^not guilty. Thereupon the dis^^trict attorney enured a nolle in^the rest of the rj.e. Notwithstanding^tbe vrnlicl, it will take ^ long lime to in^^duce the ipie of Southeastern Idaho to believethat then1 was not a conspiracy^such as charged lacing earned o.i by these^people. ihe trial .if Kditor llonny of the Idaho^Full^ Tim * for alleged criminal libel of^Clerk of Court Pattne comes up to-mor^^row. THt MesMtT WITNESS.^A llraats Written I.. Ilsik 'ieysnd Nslsoa^or In. Ms-col theater. SpecialIn the Staml.iiil. MihmoI'I.a,July 9.^The chief feature of^interest iu the Mascot programme this^week is Ihe *'S.a-nt Witness,^ a drama^wiuteii by Herkeley and Nelson of the^house. Tbe ^silent Witness^ is the cam^^era of an amaieur photographer, w-hich^catches a p.cure of the villain killing a^bunker, whose ward and her wealth he de^^sires lo marry. The picture leads to the^detection of the criminal and exoneration^of the banker's son. who was hunted^down for the crime. When the villain is^discovered he docs not .-hunt lemsclf, but^takes the more modern method of killing^himself by running hit ^ an open elevator^shaft. It is a drama of the nineteenth cen^^tury, lilted out with ull iinxlern couve ni^cures. The parts are well taken. A RACE AGAINST HUIN. AnAn lil.on Lorn ber lis re's rest Bids IuTrias. Ka.nhasCll y. July 9.^George Howell, a^prominent lumber dealer of Atchison.^Kas , passetl through hen* to-dsy on a^race ugaiiist rum to Jefferson, Texas. If^be arrives at Jefferson before the clo-e of^the banking bouse tisinorrow and affixes^lits signature to a cbi ck lie can save Ibu^Jelfersoii Lumber compuuy, Jefferson^wooien mills aud J. II. liemis from finan^^cial ruin wb ch now threaten them.^Howell went from here on a chartered^train over ibu Mi lupins. At Hoxie, Ark.,^he will tako a a|icf ial train over the Iron^Mountain to Jt trersou. I'nless be meets^with all unexpected delay he will reach^Jefferson at 2 p. m. to-morrow. Ilaltnsesila'sSi lom ^.^Wakiiim.iom. July 9.^Representatives^of the t hilian congressional revolution^^ists' party gave t tit a statement tonight^iu which they say lialmaccda is endeav^^oring to negotiate a largo loan in the^Tinted Siatt*s,having been unsuccessful in^C ii rope, ami notifying the general public^ih.tt the republic of Club will n- t n'Cog-^li:a ^ the validity ef nu n a loan if ob^^tained. Ant.nglisli synuleale. CHiiAtio, July 9.- An Kuglish syndi^^cate, to ti.- known as ^The Atlantic ft^Great bake Navigation ami Trailing com^^pany, limited,^ purposes to open direct^water ti'luiiiiiiiualiou for freight and^passenger business between Chicago anil^Great Hntalli. 'The syndicate will build^and o[icrate its own vess^ds, for wiucli^purpose capital of ^ . ^^ ,'^^ is subscribed. 4inn in audi il lo llrlve usl isevils. Caiko,111., July 9^Yesterday after^^noon near Olmslcad, 111., Daniel Welsch,^colored, shot and killed two colored men,^Kddie Davis and Columbus, ami a white^hoy, 17-year^old, named Harry lldlo.^Welsch is evidently insane. He says ho^wus commanded by the L rd to drive out^all devils. He was arrested. Batol the I u- h t- Kind. Topkka,lias., July 9 ^Aixaut 15 promi^^nent |ieoo|e's parly leaders ill sesslou hers^have declined tbe pniposiiion niade by^the democratic slate central committee^recently to fu-e with tin m in local and^county elections ill Kansas this year ami^to unite on un electoral ticket in oppo^^sition to the republicans next year. A Muni. r. r ^I lit Savannah.G^..July9 ^ Osnus Lee, col^^ored, last mgiit attempted to kill half a^doseii people, among them Indng I'oLce*^man Clayton, whom he shot twice thniugh^the body. Lee wus finally shot and killed^by another ctlb'tT. ANnlileuian Murdered.^Vir.^Nv, July 9.^C ount Michael Plater,^a Polish nobleman and wealthy land^ownsr, was munlered and roblied last^t veiling while travelling on an express^train between Warsaw and St. Peters^^burg. No arrests have laceu made. Hi.atsssst assess^Sam Fiiam isi i^. July 9.-General Man^^ager Towne of tbe Southern Pacific said^to-day: ^The water in the Cob rado river^gases which the Sallon overflow comes^has fallen one toot during the past week^at Yuma, thus rapidly t uning off the in^^flow of w ater into the desert. Ilealihe K. . .ml. London,July 9.^Iii the Turnell park^games to-day, ^juerkberner of the Man^^hattan athlt t c club, threw a hammer lii^feel 7', inches, lacating the best English^record off 1.10 feet. A ItSSJ 1It. at lo.i. tint'too, July 9^The clsssificstioti^committee of the national world's fair^commission has accepted the new claeas*^h. an.ui for the art department prepared^by Chief Ives.