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VOL.IL^NO. 319. ANACONDA,MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY a3 i*Ji PRICEFIVE CENTS. RACINGAT MISSOULA Eients0! tbe Opening Day of the F^tr^and Racing Association. ANACCIDENT ON THE TRACK TwoKukies Collide, but no Serioua^Injury-Some Good Records^-A Small Attend^^ance. riKTl.il to the Manilanl. Mlssulla, Ju y 22.^Opening day of^ill* rut'i'n win hut. '1 In' track was in^good coutliiiuii. Attcnilanee wan not^large, gate receipt* lieuiff only J'Jto.I, but^llinse who were tlicru enjoyed mine ex^^cellent sport. Everytliinit went vtt^smoothly and .auslaciorily excepting^the starting of ilic runner*. There^was entirely too mucli j cka yitiir, tin^prevailing opinion was there *li^ u d Iiuvp^been more lining and le** l^^*t tune. A^bad start on a quarter of a mile da.h ||m^gavf disaatisfaelion. It was a bad ilav^for the favurite. and imitinil* generally^paid well. Tile stables of 11. ('. llolley.^Vale j 1, t^al., were fortunate, liotu^horses entered l^euig winners. The^judges were. Ur. F. S. Ile.lirr^X. C. Maasliall and t . H. McL MsV^)iesi^r*. lliiiriuukf r and Stafford acted uh^time-kei'i^er* and T. ('. Marshall starters.^George Hooker of Helena swM pools and^John lJoyfran iniituals. Puols 8^^ld lively,^but luiiuials were slower, lb^ first race^was called at 3 o'clock and the last heat^of 2:Llt was Unislied shortly btfore !^^o'clock. l'irstrace, running, mile flash; purse^$411. Kiitnes were: H. I). Ilrown'it eh *^Malcolm, Mclnto-h; H. K rKendall's ch^in Nevada. Nichols; Malt Stunt's ch g^l-'orc^tcr, Williams; ('. West's Gold Har,^Tillman; Kyati Hros'. ch g Lucinda,^Gagnati; 11. ('- llollis'ch s Terry, Law^^less. Nevada was held the favorite, with^Terry and Malcolm for second. John^L. Sloan acted as starter and fluid^Nevada. After considerable jockeying a^start was made, Terry led to the quar-^ter, when Nevada took the lead and held^it till they were entering the stretch,^when lerry came forward again. Tho^riders whipped down the stretch and^Terry came in almost an open length^ahead, Nevada second, Malcolm third.^Time, 1:11. Five dollar muttials paid^Jlil.aO. Secondrare, trotting, 2:3 class, purse^foOU. Entile* were: Sam Haiidley's bis^Don L.; ('. 1). Jt (Trey's brg S. S.; A. G.^llovette's light b g U -n Cole, 1. H. K ir-^kendall's br g Gregory. Each h ^rs^ was^favorite by turns. After scoring several^times, a start was made, with lien C ole far^liehind. Hefore the quarter was reached^Gregory fell back to lien Cole, and the^horses went the rest of the way in pairs,^Don I., and S. S, well ahead. Don L. won^by a neck, S. S. second, Gregory third.^Time, ItMJf. Muttials paid $11. Inthe second heat Don L. led to the^eighth, when S. S. came up with him ami^kept somewhat ahead. At the half mile^Don L. broke mid Ben Cole passed him,^S. S. won by about three lengths, Hen^Cole second, Don L. third. Time, 2:33.^Mutual., paid fl!^ 75. Inthe third heat they scored once and^then got away in splendid style. IS. 11^Co!o won easily, Gregory second. S. S.^third and Don L. distanced. Time,^MMf. Mutual* paid $12 50. Thethree horses thut were left in m tde^a start in the fourth heat. Near the quar^^ter Gregory got u good lead and entering^the back stretch the sulkies rod^ Ijy^llovettc and Jeffery collided. One^apoke of JrlTery's was was broken but^the nigh wheel of llovette's was smashed.^It went down by degrees until it was^dragging on the hub and then the horse^kicked. Luckily Hovelte was not hint.^Ji ll'ery stopped and went in tho wrong^way of the track. Hovelte claimed^Ji IfVry drove him into the fence^and started in to do him up^but officer* interfered. The anpeuranc s^were ill it H ivette did the c owding him^^self. The jti Igcs looked over the ground^and decided not to rule out any horse, but^declared that Gregory won with Best Cola^accotid, S. S. third. Time, 2::;'.i^^. Mu^tual* paid $10 50. Atthe beginning of the firth heat^Jeffery discovered tnat a quarter crack^in the right fore foot of S. S. which had^been closed by a nail had broken open^and he was 1'kcly to hurt him by driving^him so he was allowed to withdraw hiiu^Gregory was first, Hen Cole second, and^liefore the eighth was reached Hen Cole^went off his feet ami Gregory led the rest^of the way and won by several length*.^No mutuals were sold Inthe sixtn Dot.. Williams drove Hen^Cole in place of H ivette, who complained^bis back w is hurt. The horses started with^Hen Cole slightly ahead, and he kept lhe^lead throughout. Finish close. Time,^2:112 Inthe seventh and last heat Gregory^start d in the lead and kept it through-^nut. Hen Cole gained to a quarter then^broke and fell back. He guuiid again^till entering the stretch,-then he broke^and ran almost to the wire, Gregory's^time was 2:34. Summary: Don11 3 dlst IV^'-' 1 3 3 ilr lii11 Coif4 '.^ 1 I $ I 2 Utfijorv3 4 'j 1 121 Thethird race was running, two lur-^longs, purse !r-l^^; entries were Sid Davi*'^y g Yellowstone, D.ngley: J. H. Walker'*^April Fool, Moore; W. H. Chambers'^bgBibWade, My res; A. D. Hitchcock's^s g Cyclone, Hartou : F. S. Paget'* h m^Mermaid, ( ole, A. 11. t ook acted as ref^^eree. About a hall hour was lost in^jockeying, dm mit wliii ii April Fool w is^tilled ib. Hob Wade $.3 and Cyc one $a.^Finally the starter ^aid the next time they^would go. They went and it was gein r-^ally declare! a rotten start. Cyclone^did not get away. Hob Wade and Yellow^^stone were 1.U feet ahead of ban and Apr I^Fool and Mermaid 5J leel ahead ot th n 1.^April Tool son by u length. Bob Wad -^s^ cone. Menu ml third. Tune, 0:.2^4^Mutuals paid j.6 -^^. The2-year-old trot for a jur-c of $:sio^wa* one of the most enjoyablu of the^afternoon. The entries were: G. 11, Huffaker'sbf f Lady of tbe Period, B. C.^Hoplejr'a ch, f^ Extravagant. Sam Hand*^ley's blk, horse Bud L. A start^was made with Hud L slightly^behind. He broke before the^eighths, and there was a procoiston from^there to the five-eighths, where the horses^bunched. Lxtravagani won by a length,^Lilly of Period second, Dud L. Third.^Time, 2:.'-. No mutuals sold on this raec. inthe second heat they got away with^Extravagant a neck ahead. Bud L. took^tbe pole at tbe turn and wa* two length*^ahead at the quarter. HuJ L. won by two^lengths, Kxtravagaut second, Lady of the^Period third. Time, 2:17; Intin- third heat Bud L ed to the three-^quarter, where be wt nt 1 fT hi* feet. Ex^^travagant passed huu and L tdy o( the^Period came up and raced neek to neck^with him to tie- wire. Tune, 2:45, which^was seven seconds better than last year *^2-year old record on lhe Montana circuit. MMagain1 ^_^ I Duil13 I J Lillyof the l'eiiud% 3 3 MISSOULANOThS.^Minor ItaptM-nliigs ^^i interest in tits i,mil11 4 ny. rprrlalto the Manual it. Mis,s,oila, ^'^^^' 1-2^The meeting of^the sch oi trustees, which was to have^been held last night, was post| oned on^account of the absence of Architect Gal-^brailll. Thecity council failed to meet last^week. Mct'onnell,Cook ^ Co. have received^inquiries from Piiilipsliurg and Deer^Lodge for a house like C. M. ^ 11 chllrld's.^They are also Luildiiig two houses at^Mm e, one a residence for W. J. O. nrk,^and ulso a large h dgirg house. JudgeI.van* lined three drunks the^usual $11.L5 each this morning. Oil^ paid^Ins Hue and the other two were commit^^ted. Siiliain Epbn of Horse Plains tele^^graphed at a late hour last nig it that a^woman had died there and a colllu was^wauled. Williams ^-Kl)tin sent it tins^11.01 mug. HUYALMUTINEERS. Iii-lin 1 am ul tlttcnr*. Mattto the Miinilard. MIkmolxa,July 22.^District President^Joiiu M. hvaua last evening installed^oflleers of Washington Camp No. 9, P. O.^S. of A., a* follows: i'ust president, G. C.^ll ggilis; presiileut, N. J. Meyers; vice^president, Kicbard Marsh; master ot^form*, John L. sloanet conductor, L. L.^Wcalherhead; inspector, T. J. McCliing;^guard, Dwight Harding. K. K. Case,^secretary, holds over, as do W, A. lvin,^tiiianei.il secretary, and C, K. Prescutl^treasurer. EASEBALL YtbTtHOAY. Natiouail.i-acue.^At Boston- Hoston 11, Brooklyn .^^.^At Cleveland^I'li-velmid li, I'lU.-lmrg 4.^At Chicago^Chicago lt^, Cincinnati 8.^At New York^New tl rk 0, Philadel^^phia 2. Allien,,in Asseriat ion. AtColumbus^Columbus 4, I. uisville 0.^At Washingion ^ Washiiigluii 0, Bos^^ton 11 AtCincinnati^Cincinnati 2 St. Louis 10.^At Philadelphia^Athletics 0. Haiti-^more 12. Westernl.t-acus. AtDenver^Denver 10, Lincoln 9.^At Duluth^Duliilh 4, Milwaukee 7.^At Minneapolis^Minneapolis 4, Sioux^City 5. Ju'lg* llikay of Kansas, Kansast ity, July 22.^The Star's^Top, ka, Kan., special says: Judge Mc^^Kay, tl.e ulliance judge, who has bet 11^summoned before the supreme court to^answer the charge ot contempt ol courl,^arrived here Ibis morning, I o a reporter^this nftcruoon Me Kay said the storie*^about Huntley Well has been allouesided.^It is not an alliance tight. The statement^that the alliance 111 secret tension dic^^tating to my court is false. Hunney Well^i* of unsound mind and not roinpeient^to manage' his allairs. I think the su^^preme court will uphold my action when^it has heaid the other side of the case. AHeld I Kills It, hb-ry.^PlllM-irslil-ltu. N. J., July 22.^The po-^llceol MM an neighboring place* are try^^ing to get a clew to the perpetrator* ol the^robliery at Ea*ton yesterday. Three men^entered the bank at lhe dinner hour, two^engaged the clerks in onreraalion, svhiie^lhe tiiird crept into the vault and stole a^package of 540,'^JO. Fortunately ho over^^looked another containing $100,000. (rami Ciiunt'il ol Oraniienii'n TottoMO.July 22 ^The triennial meet^^ing of the imperial council or the Ornn.'c^grand lodge opened lure to-day. lhe^election ot , ffleers for the grand council^resulted: President, Clark Wallace;^vice-president, W. H. Trayncri grand^master of the I'nited State*, Secretary^Hubert Hirniingham of Toronto. MMMof the Kuglisli Army Bcfass to^(lb -y ( oiniiiand*. Lo.MiON,July 22.^7Viiia tonlay prints^auoihee startling story of mutiny in the^British aimy winch 11 claims occurred in^the Second battalion of the Coldstream^guard, quartered at Wellington barracks^near Buckingham palace where incident^^ally it furnished lhe guard of honor dur^^ing the recent visit ol Emperor William.^It seem* the extra duty tnu* necessitate I^wa* far from pleasant to the guardsmei ,^who had MMJ been tbe pets of the Brm-h^army. Alter lhe departure of the empen r^tile guards expected a day of Irccdoni fr 111^guard mounting lor recuperation. The^men, however, were ordered 011 parade^duly, as usual, 111 full marching order. As^a n suit th^ y became sulh 11 and unman^ageable. The First and Third companies^ai lirst bluntly r, luecd to parade. The^otliccr* ot these companies held a hur^^ried consultation, not liking the prospi Ms^of a term of exile similar to that wlneh^the second buttalioii of grt nadier guai 1!-^wus sill jected to at Beriini la. A* a ^'^ -^suit they argued the matter with lhe^privates, hold,eg up to them the pro.--^iiccis of exile from England. The pn-^vaics llnaily sullenly coiiscnted to pa-^rude, but their Ivebavi) r beeame. so^glaringly insulxirdinale that lhe ^ fflcei-^marched them back 10 the barrack* and^ordered the commanders conllned thr* g^days a* a punishment. Ten senior pn-^vu'es were uNo placed under arrest Willi^a v.cw of trying ihein by court Jinarlial^for 1 lit-uhord 1 nation. Ninety ot the guards^^men thereupon burric.itled themse vea 111^a room ut the buiracks, ri fining to^1111 rge until their 10 comrades shouhi^be guurallt, ed the same treatment as lhe^others. (ji 111 ral liardiiig MM llnal y^called in ami by a jini:cious MJSMM ^^''^eeeiled in qu elllig tils 111. The signifi^^cance ui lhe mutinous sentiment can ^ e^judged when it is understood that the^guaids are the oldest ci rps iii the uliuy Willia single i Xeeplloll. AN EXM_ SESSION GovernorBocaacan Will Assemble (be^State L'gislatare. CONVICTS AGAINST MINLRS The Trouble in th** Tennessee^Coal Fluids Will be Settled^^Conv c s Must^Work MurdfretlSSI t^^ r * ,^C'HirWPK, Muti., July Ssiiuel^AlcnuuUur. u weaver in tlu* Dwivht idiUh,^il 'I.l \-t;\\^ 1^ bhot and killt I Janu-a \^--^hill on tti^* istn ^^! d^sl moriiriir, (Irmir (our^^ibois, lbrv^* of whirli im.k * !!^ . t. Mu-liai l^M.ii Klt-v. who ctitlcHVor*'I torupiurc A *^ixauder, was i-lmt Iwkt in iftw \vg, I Jul1 tnti hii^pcihIi-iI Nk.wYukk, July .2 ^4mim IVMn^IMi nlnrii'Min craircd an ofsjef sjm rnhi,(^^tii*^ writ cf (iijunctioli ol t inn-il hy ilir^K^lit^oii roinpany s^ejvssl I4^S I'lntod States^Klcf tr r L Lrlit company, u; ^ n fUiiiff i.y^Hi*- latn-r of ili^^ hon i t^^ p-ott v\ the^ivli'on cinpany. AnHonor* d Mu - ^ .111. Londox.July 22.^*.n;uvui Harris,^m tnan'i r of tho royal Ji.i iaii ' p^ ra ut^t ^iv^ tit (tsrti(.-n, has b*'^ n h ^ i-htcl am a^r^ ward (or tin* brilliat.t i titi 1 ainim rit of IhUULiLi- 1N CHINA. IIn- Snuilirrn Poriltiii mt MM Kingdom in^^ * ttr Ul Till m 1.1 I . Victoria,U. C. July u'J.^ Chinese md-^Vivvn hy the meuiiu^r Cm|ir^ss of India^siute thuA tht* whoii^ iiouihi'rn portioo ol^t'tiiua iu 111 a Matt* of turmoil. L.w and^order an- ^rt at dellanct* and urnicd hand-^of plmidcri ri* uiaUt* hu^nii's*s uliu ^nt mi-^poHsihle. WnigCnu 'ii, fjovi rnor trt'tierul^of Formosa, i^ ill an I not ^ xp^ ou*d to^UfSj kMf^ It ih hidiuvi-d Ml death will^bt- the h k for h volis ami a tr^*iieral^upriNinif itKaiust CMMM rule, 'i'tie feel-^111K anaimi Slianu'hai in one of dn-i|Uiel on^at'couut of late riot*. j^'or^ itfii re-iilutite^are uppn-hcu^ive that attaeks may ht-^nimli1 upon tin 111 at any Pine. SanFkaM'Iv o, July JJ. ^ Lieutenant^t'oiuinaUiii-r Martbou of tbe United^Slstes sU'omship I'aios, in a letter to b i*^wife from KsMsfl I- in;, ('tuna, ti*ll^ ot^riots and IrouhU'-* w-hirh have h^ t n men^^tioned in pieviou* *li-patehe^. In closiui;^the h tter Lteuu-uaut t'ommaiider ftlar-^thou sayi the Chinese do not want re-^litfioii, and that bv has ^'^^! to meet tin-^timt (. hn^tiau CslMM The natives ai^-^pear to he troubled wher^ vt-r liussu-n-^aries happen to be i^latioued, and there^is also a sort of gem-rul out break again -i forefflUT-. WITHFITTING CsKtMUNY, t,*jiugti(tin* I'nrnrr Xutif nl iIih UdU WHm^l.iWs' 1 iii|ii^ at Hi 1 iu in, hpreudto tin' Staiiuaid. IU1ZIM\n.July U.^A lar(p' rn^a'dwit-^ne**eu Maslaytaajej| the enriier-ston^ of^the ^^ Id Ft-liowB temple at this place this^afternoon. Masseua L ill lard of lit lena^drl.vered the address, I). t^. M. Do Ihoii^ollic.atetl, DoenuienU w^ re pho e I in^the Ktone as follow-: IV m-eediuipi of^tbe siatecuth session of the Kraud^Io.Il.m- and by-law s ^^f Western btar^lodge, and rer^^rdH of proet edniffs of^the order from tlie lime it was^instituted to date, together with copies of^ci y papers ami mmo coins. Trie budd^^ing is to be erected out of the widow and^orphan fund, and will Ih^ completed in^time for tho grand lod^e to uu el ht-re^neat October. _ CAKTKK'. OHUbKS. IJu y $ at t ov^ ut garden, ^^|M I in h^ ltor of the visit^ol GertiMiiv. 1 he ori/au-^^ h 1 mjK ror Pi I'rlncsLondon. July 2J. ^^Kmai.Ite , Prince of X 1 *V^son ot K ug of Italy, an ved t -^pfSM e w is tnet hy the IV n^and by tue Italian umhassad r. VictorI eldest^^'. I he^f Waits r'ortMuglnnla Military K-scrvatlmi Optn^to Moirrsl Kuirott. W*AMiit.ToN, July -l.'nin miss loner^Carter *d the ueiieral laud oil lee has di^^rected the register and receiver of public^lauds at LewistoWil, Mont., to receive^mineral applications an I ullow mini rul^entries in the ahandoned 1' tl MaKinnis^military reservation, Montana, under tl.e^same conditions as wtu n 1. .ole on eiln r^public lauds, 'l he sum** rule will apply^to the ahandoned F ^i 1 Mel), rmott uni ^^tary resetvation in Xevu^!a. Il**lantl1'iior London,July -.2 ^1^he bouse of com-^luona to-day v ^t^ 1 the sum of ;:'.^^^^ for^the relief of the i utt ering poor in Ireland.^Chief Stcretaiy Halfour staled the g^v-^trtimeut intended the expenditure should^be a permanent means o pr* motmg tn^^welfare of the lnhabnants. lie approved^the biigt*e ^l!ou rn ole to estahhsu an %^tU^cultural d^apar nieiit for g^viug ksitysj^tioiis .11 farming la the you tin of . tM ^!^districts, haying that he hoped to he able^to assist lhe Irish land commission^with money to continue the work ulrcady^begun. in/ in tn i.(*i. Ilnliiats. Herlnl to Uu Manaard. IU'/:man, July j-^ M'nuy was INB*^scrit^ed to-tlay and steps will he t-ik^ n to^organ.! ' a e- iiipany whieh will^charge of the It zeman ball grouml^^grounds will h fenced iumiedia'e y sad^a grami stand 1 oi.it. J he U I -iinni hovs^^express themselves well pleased with tie*^tnatinetii tiny received while ai liutt^^Sunday an I M inlay. i^- .i la i.ias saae a ^ h.oj^u.^Hi:w Yukk. liny The saaeiff t ^^^t ^ok paaaaaaV n ol aai aaaavaa lio * r B^ at^and si oe Mauultactunng coiiip.tny. L t*^bdities are pliO i d at |tfaV ' *K Wo.^largely in ^ xe al th ai sum. (.'Miff*^ u titer* gsstaassd ttieelalto the Ktsn. ar l. IjlTlpulTOal,Julr ft at, II. Tn!c ^. ft^A. t reiser uud Utotsja 'i'. Cteaabef* to^^day Slsjsjssj thet ail liomU lor Uo 1- fn-yU^ in r and aa sa* re.ea-.ed. KnoxvillF.,Tenn., July JJ.^Governor^Huehaiiau to-thi^' la hi a lengthy consul-^latiou with mil ilia oflleers ami the ruiu-^naf ctuumittec. Filially tins i veiling he^anilouucetl h ^ had dcnddetJ to cal. an re^tra bcssiou of ine h gislature ami bad is^^sued a call b r an election to Hit vae.tu-^ries. In the call tor a special scshioII be ^ th^i inbcMly a recommendation that the con^^vict lease system lie modified if not re^^pealed, Pending election, ttie con vie is^must return Ut the liriceville mines, from^which they were t victed. it lhe miin rs^agree not to molest them until the leg^i a uire acts, the mihtia will he^sent home. A committee from^the in nitre decided to lay the^matter btfore a ma-at meeting^of men to-morrow before rep ying^to the governor, ihosc best acquainted^with the mountain people believe the^ii.iuers will accept tbe proposition. If^tln-y do not the convicts will return to^^ oal creek accompanied by the milllia.^If the state iroops cannot furnish adi - ajaaafpiott etion, the Dajaaal statts wilt l^-asked to send regulars. The reports^ab.nit riois toslay ai IC'ieevdlo are with-^t^ut foundation. NICKY WAS liAML, I*r I nee George vYrtivo lo II ^s oi.i Man AH^Alt aM ^ 11e Allot s on i n^- ^sir^witi li^Col'tNII vi.i N. JulyA lies spap^ r in tils eiiy puidnhes what purnoiis to In*^tbe text of a letter from I'rince George of^tj;etcetohis fattier. King lieorge, g v*^aaj an set omit of the attat k made ii|miu^tbe cx irewiicb in Japan. Ho tells about^their visit at Kaaaaj and how they slartetl^for Ottic. In the afternoon as they were^going through a narrow street, Prince^liei rge beartl a shrn k anil saw a pohci ^^man hitting the cn re witch on the bead^with a sword. He continues: *'N.cky^(sin cxarewitch) j unped out and a^man ran after Nicky, whose blood was^streaming ih^wn bin taee. 1 loo. j ini|h^tI^out, stick in hand ami ran af.er Nicky.^Nicky ran into a shop ami came out again^immediately, which enabled the man to^overlak b tu, but 1 thank t.od, 1 arrived^there at the same moment, ami wbne the^man had his ssyats] high in the air. 1 gave^h.in a blow straight on the In ad and so^hard that he probably will never ^ Xj^ rt-^euce a similar one. He now turned^ugainsllLie, but fainted ami fell to the^ground. '*1 hen two of our jiU*hau pulh-rs ap^^peared. ON of tie in caught hold of the^man's legs and the other caught up the^is word which he had dtop|^cd and gave^tbe c.t in-w.ieh'i* as^a I tio a wonnd on ih^-^back ol the h^ ad. It is li ^^I alio placed^lue there at that luomellt ami gave me^nln iigth lo (leal the blow. Had I been a^little later the policeman would perhaps^have i ut oil Nicky's bead. Had my blow^missed niv a'sailant's bead he would^have cut off mine. The whole tiling was^^ o quick mat the oilu rt* behind us ha^!^saen a^aakaaj Hi Nitky sat down and ttie doctor band^^aged his wound as well as he could anil^we tirov*-, t s^orleil by sohliers. tti ttie^governor s liou t*. 1 inu-t say i aomired^Nicky% pluek. Ho did not faint a singlo^Hint, nor did he lose tils good npirits ft^r a moment.Ye tie tiad two largo sjaaaaaa^on his In ad above ttie ear, olio of ih^ m^five ceiiiiun ires long and the olbcr six.^lloih wotiiuK had penetrated to the skin:,^but luckily no lui tl.er. '1 he it gular^t andiigoig of hiH le ad was done at^our house at Kioto and lasted^one hour and a half. Nicky stood it^splendidly. When tins was over he was^tjuite wed anil ha I neither pain or he td-^ache. W hen we had flnUhed dinner he^turnetl in and slept uiiiu hours without^awakening. He had no fever ami had^not even a headache. Huring the day^telegrams were simply biiowered iu upon^us from ud parts of the world. *That afternoon wo rt-roived a tele-^giaiu saying that Aunt Mind (eitrinu)^Mould leel more reassured if Nicky went^on bosrd as soon ait possible. ^ onse-^qnently we left Kioto ttiat afternoon,^going hy rail lo Kobe. Of course wo had^a graud n c ptioii on board. Ail the ofll-^cers assembled shouted 'hurrah.'^Nicky shook hand* wnh all ami^weut Ik low. 1 had gone t^^the cab.u to don my uniform when th^*^c^ inmandiiig ollic r came below and said^the olUcers wanted to see me on dick.^When 1 reached the deck tin y took ho.d^of tue ami p a^ed t^all (an i xceptioiial^Kiissiaii BOB ^r, signifying ^ ftaasssfv j ^^ i^with im, afterward carrying me in^triumph around the deck.1* I hi L^ Hlb OUN.^Usury AtMna DSVSjSSS a Sen*^titon In thr ihiesgo iiosrii ui i raaat^Clin iOO -July 22 -Ib i.ryAikinscreated^a du e th il m n-a ion in the hoard of trade^to-tlay hy appearing iu the great hall^about 11 o'clock and flr^ng three shots^from a r^ v-dver tow.trd the c tin g. H^was tpi c-rtly over| owen d and turnt d ovi r^t^i tiie poi eo. He says be has a claim^agauiat 1 homas \V*dis, iiiinnger h-r^Markso I A ^ ^^ , ami ha- bten unahle to^obtain satisfaction. It- bad no inn ntioti^of harming any one, hut flresl the Baata^to scare W ells ai d w ith a view i f g^ tin g^his ease into the courts, where I ^ c^ uld^tell his story, 'l he trouble gr^ w ^ i ut * f^some deals on the tto.trd and W# Is as^^serts the (Inn t wes Atkitis nothing. 1^i Mow* lie- 1 I (^ |^a WahmimHon.July B ^ 1 he ^\.\\rneiits^of curicnt yto the Wt si to *'m^v- UBl^crops^ ppsaad up hv-ly to-^lay, 1-^ m^i-inall istsj Isnng shipped froM Ite^treasury to Ciiici:iuati su l Cblaatfo in ex^^change for dcpoMis at .New Votib Ac^^cording to the pn sent i-iduat tMM tlie^demand wi t he unusually large in * vear,^one olllcial est in mug it at WM^^^.Uft THE M'K NLbY BILL. Wlutrroasinsnt l-trhrhmM Say Abmi^1'^ ia^y Ittiu't Like II^Paris,, July 22 ^ An a s ^ciated p re-^^correspondent has l^een making nupuru ^^of the chamber of commerce in France^as to tbe present fe* hug concerning the^McKinley lanlT and as to whelln r this^leeimg will all^ ci the French exhibit at^Chicago. The vice-president of the cham^^ber of a ramcrce at Algn rs, ^aid that Itie^chamber passed a n so.mum not long ago^ilec.anng tie* new tar.tr iaw lendetl *o ren-^der very d Iticuli. if not impossible, all^irade between France ami ttie Cuitetl^States. Tbe secretary of lhe ctiamber of^commerce of Kt ime, said: ^r'or the^present at least, the M^ Km ley^tariff bill ia an obstacle to par^^ticipation of our msnufaciuters iu lhe^Chicago exbitutu u, t ut it With n a n a*^n4.nabie It ngtti of time fin mint r spir.l^is shtiwn by the American r^ public fi r^our productions, the eh- tnler will ihell^he reaily to seceiid the minister's i llorts.^^The | rtsideut of ttie chamber of com^^merce of Ifoabaix a rites that the Me-^Kin ley tai ft' has protluci d the moat un-^lortunate impressions and it is feared the^( hieago ^ xh bltion w ill not have the r^-^ccplioti lure il would otheiwise have^Had. Slctinne and Marseilles w rite m^the same iffict. lhe president of the^Hor^leaiix t hainlwr says ctuisalering the^unjust prohibition of the Am* r can salt^meals lor ^ears past, th^ y are not siir-^pristd al the retaliatory MrKuilcy hill. GRtATFALLb NkWa.^I in i rt hum d 1 In ii ft rlrails - ttt-lhodlsi OBaanaaaaaa mhwii i irs. Sjeiial to ihe Maiiitard. (jKKAtFam.s, July 22.^Tlie Mmiie-^sbtoho Itoal c ub last nignt gave a ih ^^lightful i tin rimniiK lit to their lady^friends at tlu ir h^ at In use at Ihoudwati r^hay. Music, itdreshim nis and boat rid-^lug was the older ^ I the evening. A^large number w^ re present. Theannual session of the Methodis*^coulerctice will be held in this city,com^^mencing Thin -oa^, July *H^. A) Mai t^e.ghty preuchcrs ami laymen are t x-^pt cted to be present. Anattempt ^u* made to fire lhe office^of tbe Montana Stage company at nu^early hour Wi s morning, but fortuuately^the fire was duct veretl in lime to prt ve t^a destructive conflagration. Loisin the Itaikir loansite arc going^like hot cakes. Cghleeii lots were sold^hy 0, A. Hasan * I this cny, in two hoor.^to-day. 'l he townsiie company will bund^a IMM holt 1 as soon as they call gel the^mail rial on the grouml. 'f'hetotal receipts ot wool at tins point^since ttie roiuiui no merit of tho wool^acasoii amount* to I.UoT.TTH pounds. KHOM HH IL.P^bU oCi. Kauehers Usvs a LMnmni lln^ Uo|m MillWill HiarL^Hpi rial to tho Mand.ud. PHlLslPMil'Ut',July 22 ^Tlu ranchers^m the Flint creek valley met the other^night at Stone station |sf the purpose of^protesting in an orgam/ d way lo the^granting of the applications to cut limber^in their vicinity. A petition was drawn^up and gem rally signed, nu t money^raised for the purpose of employing S. W.^Lsogborue, who will place tin matter lie-^tore tho commissioner of the general^lamloflleo from tin- ranchers' standpoint. Thetrack layer * on the bo.Metallic^branch broke tho Kocky Mountain tele^^graph wites Io-11 i \ . ThomasTrevadle and Th in \^ L Pen^^rose of dranite came down the lull to-tlay. Aboutlot uteeti miners arc nowji nip oyeil^on the Miduiglit, and th^ ore chute in the^west drif l has widem*d considerably and^carries some very rich ore. Threa sbilts^M ill commence sinking in a day or so and^the H'ipe mill will probably he slartetl up^on ore from this mun- in a few days. vtiiv HaaansaaM aanaaajaaj^Ntw Youk. July 22. Officials of the^Tluiti NatitJiial bank aunoiinci I to-day^that tlie resignation of V.ce Presltleut^llucklu ul has been accepted. Later,^Ituckbout a| pealed on Wall street and^d^-ii nil I be statement. The cast m r of^lhe bank says Huektioiit certainly renigricd^on account ot the association of his name^with tin* Am r can Laajfl mil Trust Man^^pauy's trout-le. He owed the Trust com^^pany (17,(4ilj on an overdue note, made^by him to cover the overdrawn account of^James Silver in the Fust National. Sdvi r^was one of the debtors of the Trust com-^pany ami ol the Washington National^bank. It ^.*i aiell -Uusoi.s MiKr.APobiH. July 22.^The Gent ra1^Grand Chanter of itoyal Areh Masons of^tlie t'niled States began its 28ill triennial^convention here to-day. 'Tins body is the^largest Masonic body in the world, hav^^ing a meinlH r-hip of 14 l,'^Jl. It is also^the oldest body in the Cmicd States. It^will celebrate its centennial in 1^'J7. In^^teresting reference was made in the re^^port of the grand scribe to tlie growth of^tbe order ill Asia. Mexico and South^Aimncs. aMi ul-lliiw ii. Hakkimkit ., Pa., July 22. ^ The great^Peuiis^ Ivaina st^ el Works al Ste*'ltoii ex^^cept the inaeii aa shop, boiler sh ^| , foun^^dry and Irog departments shut down this^morning on a* count of disjgie meiit on^tbe scale ot wages. '1 tie re ha* Im en n^^trouble so f ir. It is undcrstaaal tlie com^^pany will ata nipt to resume with non^^union iii*ii. i.assaaaa aaiaaj^riT. Pr1 MM^Kii. Jui^ 22 ^Tlie confer^^ence of afaaaaaai aasyiaa s m Moscow has resolvedto demand the active etilo ce^^ment of ihf aaaaal laws ugnn*t stud* nu. Thesynod has dtcid- d thai Jewiih ad^^vocates who become ( hn-tiaiuied shall^Hot be abowed to praet.e heir profevsluu^until three years after haptisiu. WiltHaas Aii I lufc Ulssj^Mo Ml lv i b l.o.Jul) 22 ^ The Moutevuleo^branch ot the I.' glisii bank of Ulv.t^Plate, a lilt h a lew days ago was pi .iced^ill the hands of a i q i lator. has i^-ued^an aiitiounceiin tit dee.armg soivetu-y ami^that it w II meet all luxbllitias. ADISASTROUS STORM AnotberHeavy Rain Visits the Horitierii^Part of loti TERRIBLEHAVOC WROUGHT Houses Carried Into the biouX^h. ver-bridgea Carried Away^and Ha.road Track^Warned Out havoc,came^hoiuea.^moved lafaaat carratl CnKUOKKi.Iowa, July 22 ^ Cheriken^coijuiy again has been vinteii by the most^ihsa^tious rain and wind storm ruutintj-^hsj until 4 o'clock this morning. Tho^railroad en ek reached ttie height of only^two feet lower than tughwater mark last^month when il wrought such terrib.e^Many residents on the flits t* -^frightened and deserted their^J wo house* whieh were re-^froin their foundations by*^tl 'ods were this morning^into the Sioux river and^lashed to pieces against ttie Second street^bridge. The timbers and ruins of the^last Ho^k| were also swept against the^bridge, which went mu early this morn^^ing; iwo otucr bridges iu the city were^also carried away. There were washouts^on the Illinois C entral between here and^Sioux City, also tin the Cherokee division^north utul south uf here. The crops are^gieatly tlaiu igcd. GOVERNORCAMHBbLL HOPEFUL. Iif s|^chki of iht* t.iiiip.iign In Uhlu^^t Irvrlmxl U lil Assist. PiTTsmi;t;, July 22. ^Governor Camp,^hell of tbuo attended the annual fete of^the Kandall club at Silver Like to-day.^Fully lO.ts ^^ attended the fete, winch was^a success in every res|Hd. In speaking^of the political outlook in Ohio, (governor^* ainpltell said: ** The ilemiMTits of Ohio^are thoroughly arou-t d, and we are going^to win. bam.it^ ii county dissatisfaction^is fust dying out. Yes, 1 expect t x-Presi^^dent Cleveland will lend a helping hand in^Ohio mis line , lie will In- invited to^make kix s|vetches. (^overiiar Hill will^also take a hand iu our ^ ampaigu as will^also Congressman Ji ny Simpson of Kan^^sas ami Senator Pell* r, who was elected^to succeed Ingalls. I tie two former gem^lleineii will l^* iiivitt d by the ^ sin -^eratic parly, winle the iwo ia'ti t will Iw^\- lii..uglit into the state hy the Farmers'^alliance, 'lhe latter party is very strong^with us now and tin y are baud in hand^With the democrat*. They will i oiiona m^no ticket tins year. Farmers throughout^geuerally fav ^r free coinage. ALLLGtL)HHlBbHY. rroaiotert'sylor's t Harass Against C'alU^ftirnla Mat* ftsimtor*. SanKiiA.M i--to. July 22^The suit of^f^eorge l'.i^lor against 21 state senators torecover ftt.lASJ, alleged to Ih.' tlue for lobhywork,was continued to-day. Faylor,^on ttie stand, told how he made a deal^with a ct nihiue whom Kudiard t tiute^acted as financial agent, collecting money^from corporations, lb* related a number^of alleged conver-atiotis with Senator^Wilhatns, saying the latter had told him^he received money from Chute for him^^self and other senator.a for their action^on certain measures, iu sums ranging^from fftUO toll.UUU. Hums admitted the^combine were to give bun ^ ^ each, but^have failed to do so. V it e I'm a dent^Crocker of ttie Southern Pacific railway^said In* never bad lieen approached by an^agent of the combine and to bis kuuwl-^edge no money had ,-^ ^ n paid. Iuau Kuglub * .*|^iaim IsOlfltnN,July 22 ^The marriage of^Mo. bile I Forbes-Li - i tli, daughter - f Mr.^and airs. A. J. Ntfe s-Leith of \, w Y rk,^to Captain Charles Kootbnburti of the^First (ruyab dragoons ami aid de camp^to tlie Duke of Con naught, took place^this afternoon iu II b Trinity church. A^large crowd of fashionable people were^present, including the l^ukc and Duchess^of Coiinaught, Martpna of Lorne and^Princess L ui-e, I'uii* d States Minister^Lincoln and Mrs. Lnetdn. araVaa aaaa ov^r. Wa-iiinoion,July 22, Acting Secre*^tary Wharton as the depjrttm nt of state^has received a cablegram from M'lilsier^K id at Pari-i saying: ^'The hd! fixing ttie^duty ^^n pork will lot be readied m the^ke .ate before final adjournment.** Il Is^understood al the d^ parttm tit the lull was^attached to tlie new tar tT hill and ttie^fa lure of the senate to consider the pork^question before adjournment was by in^^tervention of oilier measures. 11I'uri nu i rim .^N^.wYi^i:k J-i v -2 - Ttie steamer Prlnc.^Prekt rick lit Bf k hr ngs ao'V.ces from^Port au Prince |a July 10. Lverything wa-^quiet when she lift. KsnuiI usioiiists. Ktvus^ li V.July 22.^The Star*$ To-^peka spet i il says: ^A secret comhiua-^tioti l a- aaaSJ form d by the democrats^and the al ianee ftir the purpose of plac*^iug a j ^mt county t cket iu nominstiosi^iu in s i^lias iieci county, with a view i f^defeating ttie repuhiieaii* in their stmng-^hold. The fusion is said to have bet n^engineered hy Judge John M.irtin, one of^the best known democrats in the state.^The joint platform w II incorj orate the^demand- of ttie St. Louis platform- Noti sxaasaaaaaj^Nkw Votig. July 22.^ 1 be proceedings^iu^tnutt it iu ttie supreme court ui brook*^lyn by the llrotikiyu Su.'ar U ^ lining com*^pany for voluntary tlisstdution, which^was opposed bv J inn s A. Taylor, a formar^stockholder. Judge Cutten decided there^was no cv uh no ^ of a scln me to defraud^Taylor, and a*SS tofaaal * vulcuce rtquireJ^for dissutut aa IB) -ul 1 b ^ taken. DOl= A N U UASHbb, Coiiitenard Nf^^ t n.iu \ *r.o.i^ Vollou of lllf i ill.Ml. tUVWfi - n, I \ *. .hi.y - I-i^t atz t tas It / to*' I illk. il^i;B-il. Liahialht, flUU.UUU; assets,# s\ taa aaxsaatan uud araaanai^Sffs rails arol ctail. Boston,.buy ^-^J ^Tbe repuh i.-.ui ^.ta'eoeniral r , 'ii ^'^ ^!^'^ .ih-il i ' I. ,.t 1 ^^ -l.it.' . mi. ve..Uu I i ti,v^nt Tciiip.c, I o^umi, *'ii \V i'due*.^^ l l\. -e,' i in ei 10. lh*ur^ a a hot Lo^Uc will piesil. s|ot\ t ITA'i 1 *a. July 2^ The ^h |ssj of IIii si isi i in - tnu here kasl ulght,^isrderc4 statu aatsi ta tasavaf m aa] paii aa*a . s - -fi't a s.-nes i^| ^^:!^. ill- ^^ al courts bawu,; dectdsU taat M| sjaj recowr.