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ANACONDA,MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY at, i59t. PRICEFIVE CENTS. SPORTAT MISSOULA SecondDay of the Meeting of RacingAssociation. tie GREATDAY FOR FAVORITES Hot,Dry and Dusty, but a Lars*^Crowd Turns Out^Every^Thing Runs Along^Satisfactory. Specialto tli^ Main:ml. Missoula,July 23.^The public enjoyed^a secontl day of excellent soort at llie^r ice track to-day. J he crowd was larger^than yesterday, the gate receipts Ix-ing^WobU. Again it wan hut, dry and dusty.^'J he Fori Mis^oulu band furnished^splendid music Pool* aold well^early in afternoon, but very poorly^later. It was favorites' dar,^aa tno favorites wou every hunt and race^except the 2:23 trot. Messrs. Ilulger,^Marshall and IliilTakla were the Judges,^and W. 1'. I'll ray of Ueer Lodue and^Henry Worden, timers. ^ olonel Marshall^started the trotters am. Charles Williams^the runners. Tlii-ru was no kick uhout^the starting to-day, as iioIImiu could^have been luirer than most of the stnris.^The llrst race was half a mile, purse t-M^The entries were; James roster'^ ch. h.^On-goii Eclipse, 1*.'2 pound*, Epson;^Spacel's b. m. Ltbelle, 1'H |^ minis, K.^Snnili; Urasuna stables b. s. Kelipse. jr.,^122 pounds, J.Myers; J. II. Walker's g.^Aprd Fool, 122 rounds, Moore; W. H.^^ ham lie's b. g. Hull Wade, 122 pquuds,^Eclly. OregonEclipse sold a favcrite at f.'H);^Bob Wutle, ;9; Eclipse, jr., ^^; the Held,^$\ and mutuais in the ^ .tine tortn. Some^tune was lost in false starts. April Fool^acted badly and had to In- led back and^bchl to the start. Kelly was evidently^hot because he did not will the quarter-^Hi lo dash yesterday and had to^be ordered buck a number of^turns. After Ave false starts, a^beautiful start was made with^ull horses no-e to nose, except Lalx-llt^who was about a length behind. It did^not make much difference, as she was^not in it. April Fool led into the Mr.Mel^when Oregon hciipsccame down on hull.^Epson handled Oregon Kciipse splen^^didly and finally pulled him out of the^truck neur the hundred yard post, landing^bun a winner, under severe whipping, by^half u length. Time, 18. Mutuais paid^f7 2^i. April Feol did not win but his^speed was a surprise to the crowd. Secondrace, 2:18 pace, purse $1,0UU.^(.real interest was centered ill it, as Turk^Franklin, the favorite, i* owned by^Mi ssra. Keith and McLcod of this city.al-^tin ugh entered by li. 0. H Hey. There^were but three entries: Kyun's b m Bril-^liantiue, IS. ('. II .Ik y^a br g, Turk Frank^^lin and E. Kealtiig's br ^ Costello. Each^horse was driven by its owner. I'ools^^old: Turk Franklin, flu; field, J5.^Horses entered the track with I rdliantuie^at the pole, Turk Fruiiklm second^ami C'ostello third. After scoring^twice a start was made with^( ostello still slightly in the lead. Hrlll-^iuntiue broke and was out of the race^before the eighth was reached. Turk led^by a length to the quarter, ('ostello^pasted him on the hack stretch, but went^off his feet at the half and l urk went^ahead and led by three lengths. i'ostello^came down on him till entering the^stretch, when he broke rg tin and Turk^came under the wire 50 feet ahead of bun,^with lirilllantilie ju-t inside of the dis^^tance post. Tune, 2:22*/C. Mutuais paid^19 50. Thesecond heat started in as a proces^^sion, with Turk leading. On the back^stretch C'ostello went off his feet again^and llrilliautme came down on him, but^broke and fell buck. Turk Franklin won^by a length, with iirilliantine just saved^from distancing. Time, 2:21ft. No mu^^tuais sold. Illthe third heat ('ostello started a^length in the lend, hut Turk soon passed^bun, and, I efore the quarter Iirilliantine^parsed him, too. On the backslretch he^came ahead, bnwevcr,passed Iirilliantine^and almost caught Turk near the three-^quarters, but broke ami let 'I uric llrst^and away ahead. Time,2:21. \o mutuais. TurkFranklin never hit Ins fict nor^did he have to be pushed ut the flti'sh. MMmMm3 3 3 'linkFiaiiklltiI | | Coslelln^^ -j a Thudrace, half mile dash, purs- J2X).^Entries were 1*. Ilallet's s tn French Lady,^117 pounds, llryue; Sam (i irtlou's b g^Wedgflcld, Myers; U. B. llefTton's b ^^Diavolo, 122 pounds, Kecd; J. 1*. ^utton'a^r g llluo Dick, 122 pounds, Urewel; John^Rash's b m Telegraph,117 potinds,Sctiwaf.^Diavolo sold favorite at 110, Blue Dick ro,^Wedglleld lift, French Lady tl, Tele-^graph (1. After the horses were^ready to start, lilue Dick was^called back to the judge's stand on ac^^count of alleged irregularities about the^weight, but was immediately sent back.^He bad the pole. French Lady hung back^twice ami Diavola was Ih hind once, but^oil the fourth trial they got away with^Blue Dick and Ficuch Lady slightly be^^hind. Diavola took the lead troui the^start and kept ft to the end, Illue D ek^second, Wedglleld third. Time, 4^}^.^Mutuais puid $7. l'ourthrace, 2:L3 trot, purse, fiOO^Lii-^tries: H. ('. Holly's br s. St. ve Wh.pj le;^Holly; Ed L .Herty's blk in, Katie s.;^Lallerty's Aiex Lewi* br g. Contractor,^Lewis; Wil.iums A Morehouse b s. Silver^Bow, Williams. Silver How and Whipple^sold favorites at $.^^, ('uitrucior tti,^and Kattc S. fl. Tiny ^c red^nine tunes before a start was^made. They finally got off with the^favorites al cad uml Contractor way be^^hind. At the quarter Steve Whipple went^ahead ot Silver How, at the hall-m le K i-^tie S. came ahead, but Contract! r camt^down on them ami Ml the lean uml held^It. Contractor won, K itie S. second. Sil^^ver Bow third. Tune, - .4', Mutuais^paid ;4 i Atthe beginning of the second le at^Silver Bow sold ul |lt^. Whipnh Con-^traitor $11 and Kutie,-. ft. Afitr scor.ng^twice lln-y got away w.tli ^ i i v^ ^. Low^ahead. Katie S. tccom1, ( ontraeior tlnrtl^and Whipple away behind. Whipple, Contractorand Katie S. bunched on the^back stretch with Silver How badly be^^hind. Jt was a bard race around the^turn, but Contractor came in ibe stretch^ahead anil won by more than a leiigin^easily. Sieve Whipple second. Kite S.^third. Time, 2:23)^ Mu Usls paid ^33 25. Contractorstock MM up and be sold la-^voriteat flu with tie Held *6. After half^a uoseii scorings a atari was made in ibe^third beat. Contractor went off bis leet^and Whipple touk ill - lead at the quar^^ter. On the backstretcb Contractor came^tip, he kept moving ahead and came in^llrst again, with Steve \\ hippie second,^KatieS.third. Time, 2:23. Summary: HIevoWhipple4 ii 2 Katiest 3 3 Contractor1 1 l MMBuw3 4 4 Lastrace, a mile dash for 2-ycur olds,^purse 9.b^. E..tries: Kyan Bros.' Itose-^inary, 115 lbs., Gagan; H. K. Baliers,^Livingston, 118 Ins., Smith ; Crawford ^^Stafford's Annie Moore, 115 lbs.. King.^Ann e Moore and Livingston soltl favor^^ites. Several false starts MM made us^Annie Moore was slow about gelliug awuy. Theyllnally Mr iff wiih Livingston in^the lead, folloA d by Kos. luary and^Annie Moore behind, but Alilue Mi'ore^soon went to the lore und there was a^procession the rest of the way. Annie^Mooie won, Livingston second. K isemaiy^third. Tune, b'^/, Mutual* :7.2.^^. HOYALLY Mt-CtiVtU. LordSsll.hur, Kmsuds ths Hand of Uood^Fein w-lup to Aiu.rteaus.^Loniion, Juiy 23 ^ Vnlied States Minis^^ter Luicuiu to-dsy presented the world's^fair commissioners from Chicago to Lord^Salisbury. The l!ritish priniier expie-sed^pleasure ut meeting the commissioners^and inquired into the prospects for the^completion of and prepartious for the^fair. Lord Salisbury added that thcqiiccu^hud assented to the appointment of a royal^commission for the purpose of supervis^^ing the British exhibit, adding that the^MM of tho l.iiiish commissioners^would soi n lie gtiX' tted. Ex-Congress^^man Butterwortli, in behalf of the United^States commissioner-i, returned ihatiks^for the prompt action of the Hritish^government ill accepting the inv.iatiou^ot the Unites! Stales. jtftpf some lurthi-r^iliforin.il conversation. Lord Salisbury in^^vited the Uuiicd Slates MsBsMMV to^uttend u garden parly at the ilaillild^house. Sir QlMM Chubb, director of the^naval exhibition, entertained the United^States commissioners at dinner to-day ut^the naval exhibition. bUPPORTlNdTHL flEPUBL.C^The Val e in'. MUM Tuwards Vraur andItsr It iyallsis. Bone,July 23.^In connesMion wiih il^-^reception aecorxled Monday to Iter.^Fi-rraia. the new papal iiutiico, al Pari-,^by Presidtut Curnoi, and the nunie ^'^aunoum i nieni that he hoped to drau^c.ii*i r ii,^^ tics existing between the Vat -^can ami 1-rai.ee, it is Itarned ibat pra :^to his departure from Koine Ferrata bail^a long MlMM with the pope atid Car^^dinals Unrip sM and lion 111. As a rcsuii^of these conn reuees ho mutt Lav^mapped out n luie of conduct for applica^^tion in France of the republican policy oi^Cariliuul 1. ivigerie. Tin- Vatican is al^so-^lulely decided in spite of the threats and^persuasions of inoiiarclnsts to coliliuue^ibe policy of adliesiou to the republic in^order to restore Krai co to union and to j^rtdigiotis ami poiit.eal paoifleallon. Tnerenewul of ihe Uiple a.banc* will^only give stringih lo ibis evolution,^which will ln.uk a new ih puiture in tbe j^illlernatlolial ecclesiastical policy of the I^Holy See. The pr. granitic- of Ferrata j^will consist in applying Ibis principle to^the constitutional right party of M. Plhu ^^in the chambi r of d- putii-s, secondly in^prevailing upon the bishops ulid clergy to^muke a solemn act of adhesion, am.^thirdly to constitute u vast ( atholietiuion^in tne eountiy outside of the olil dyuastic^parlies. I bit vat.can wishes above all^that lllonarclii.il parlies should pot med^^dle in ihe movement. ATRUST 0FTHE1R OWN FarmersIre Urged to bold Back Their^. Wneat. CIRCULARSSENT ALL OVER TheNews Cot Out Before the Origi^^nators of the Movement Inter^^ceded. Bsil 1 hey Will^bland By It. AHVILLI WIIH Wl \CHt^TEHS. A SAD OEATH. KldrstDsaghlrr el lite Lasts Captain Big^^gins Tastes Away. HiM'clnlto Ihe M Sudani. Missajit-A, July 23.^A very sad and^sudden deaiki occurred about 10 o'clock^to-night. Helen Biggins, tbe eldest^daughter of Mrs. ('apt. C. 1* Biggins, died^from the effects of strychnine, taken by^mistake. As nearly as can ho learned,^slit- took a crystal of strychnine alxiui f:3.^^thinking it was chloride of potash, winch^she was accustomed to use for^sore throat. Soon after she went into^spasms. Drs. ( ram, McCiilloiigh, Par^^sons and llilliiieyer were suiumoucd, and^did everything possible to save her,^but the drug did its deadly work,^and sho died about In o'clock.^She was about 15 years of ago.^The death is peculiarly sad coining to^one so young anil following s ^ closely^the sudden death of John K. Iliggius, her^brother, which occurred last Mai eh. T'rlcndsor a MiimI, i .l Man I'rolret Ibr^Murderer During Trial. Ar.KALliN.Kin , July 1.3. ^At the pre^^liminary trial of Jam ^ lirciinnn for tbe^killing of Samuel Wood, the defendant^was helil without bad lo swan the action^of the gland jury. A large delegation of^Colonel Wood's friends, head by J. L.^Thomas and uriucd lo thu teeth, were in^town when the case was iihi.itt to be^called. 'These men, armed with Winches^^ter rilles, were siutioned ul the door of the^school house, where tile trial sal held,^anil as tbe crowd -Kissed in each mull was^disannul. Three men with Winchesters^were on guard m tbe court room during^the hearing. The pri cautions tuken pre^^cluded the possilulity of trouble, and^tin re was no demonstration of any kind^lunue. A MUUNTA N Ur WEALTH. Ixpir to Soon h it the MMsr HSSft^II. raver. CMMMLJuly 23 ^ Dr. ('lull n has Ix'en^summoned lo London by u cablegram^from bis solicitor, Herbert Gladstone. Ur.^Clafliu is a brother of Victor Woodhull^ami Ti tiny ('.( I Ha. ami his wife is one^of the many heirs to tin* great Kdwurds'^estate in New York. Dr. Chill in ^ x|^ects^to receive the gn ater pari of the vast^estate, which is estimated at fJO0,^*J0,0l^J.^Many ot the Kilwatds' heirs fulled to^comply with ihe ri quireuiciiis of the Eng^^lish law ill regard la ^proving up^ and^their shares, Ur. Clatbn's solicitors Hunk,^will go to bun. Al.rsiul tWIcmus.^ST. Peterkuirii, July 23.^The partici^^pants in the elaborate reception by which^the French squadron was welcomed lo^Cronstadl lot lay were favored wiih line^wentbrr. The roadstead of Crodstadt^was occupied by 11 vessels of the Russian^evolution squadron, ami 50 oilier vessels^crowded with spectators. Grand Duke^Alexis met tbe French v.sitors on hoard^the war ship Asia, while ofli dais of tho^French embassy, a delegation from the^Sluv society, headed by Ignutielt' Slaviu-^sky, and a choir sit g ng odes of welcome^also greeted the urnval of the French^vessels. The Hussiuit military bands^played ^Marseilles,^ and the Fn neb sail^^ors responded witli cheers in thu hearti^^est manner. To U. II. II the Indian. WaMIINOTOS,July 23.^Tho commis^^sioner of Indian affairs received a letter^from F. A. dilley, dean of the university^of Arimiia at Tucson, agreeing if tho^government will iqinp an experimental^station for the development of three or^four seres of land on the Pima Indian^reservation, to operate a station for the^In in lit of the Indian without exix nsc to^the government. Tho commissioner has^asked Gullcy for detailed estimates of^the expiu.se that will lie involved in the^establishment of a station, and will icc-^oniuiend to the secretary of tho interior^the aeciptunc of Ihe pioposition. HlUil.i'sMeallll IS ta.MMl. Df.iuoit,July 23 -The Tr MM says^( upt.mi Cavett, ot this city, yesterday re-^M .veil u letter from J. II. Manhy of^Augusta, Manic, in response to a letter^written by him. Manhy ussi-rts lllaiue's^health is ulmost fully l^ gained. lie^further slates 111.tine cannot become a^candidate for nomination; bill, ill his^(Mauley's) opinion, if the narty wants^him for a standard bearer in 1B'J2 all it^has to do is to nominate him. iMtoJack ill*. M*Mi^PARIS, July 23.^Two murders similar^in character lo itiosu ascribed to Jack thc^Kipper, have liei-n committed 111 Mar^^seilles within a week. A man giving an^Italian name, twico took rooms, accom^^panied by a woman, and in each case the^woman afterwards was found murdered,^having In en strangled and then mutilated.^A letter sent to the police stated these^crimes were the beginning of a series. IgnHiiu-^^ii nt Mi MM^St. Pai l., July 23.^President Ignatius^Donnelly of the Minnesota alliance has^issue I a circular lo mcinh'-rs of the^Farmers' ulliauce ofMiunesoia, in which^be disclaims any connection with the^move f-ir witholdiui' part ol the wheal^crop to raise prices. Ily covert ulliisious^to Pillsbiiry, wheat ring deals etc., he^casts coal water on tin- movement, and^leaves the inference it is unauthorised. Mi.I rc-ui-li Mff Itaiiiisei.la. LoKUON,July 23 ^It is slu ed here that^the Chili cruiser President.- F.uto as she^was about to leave France received an in^^timation that she must liniin diately hind^all men on board who acre French sub^^jects. The commander of tie- llalmaeedaii^war vessel is said lo Ik-trying to engage^Italians to replace the Frenchmen who^were sent ushorc Amongihe Figlllers.^H i ' :^ I^ the Man '.ii I MlsBotla, July 23.^Humor has it that^tbe re will be a 80-round glove contest t.s.^morrow night iM-twceti Cockney MeGuire,^well aWfl to raring men, and Tommy^Devine, ihe Helena pi g. Itwas reported to 1'nited States Mar^^shal Furav tonight tint a number of^Indians on the reservation an diuuk and^creating a disttirhancc. Ik- leaves for^there in the morning. AMM Hies,^bprrial lo ihe Standard. LlVI.NOMTO.x,July 23 ^ Arrangements^have tosSS made tor an M yard foot rsc-e^between Frank Tolhur st and J. A. Browi ,^both of this city. Tbe i.u-e vili come ^ ff^one week from Saturday und will be for a^purse of |M l..o ttsiin lor I 'lnti.it^Pill:Tt.A^D, Ore., July | . - l lie weather^bureau ic|Kir!s say the leni; I r.i-llre to-d .y^has been higher than ever kn Sfa in this^city, kto thernioni'-ter r si 1 mg 102 dt- fMMs No prostrul.oiis are re| rled. A i i'l-1no.ii l -a % Kku,Pa., July 23 ^II. v^Sutlieiliilid of the Huielton ' wascotiVellll to-duy in ihe L' courtiqioii a charge of seuoing obscene^^ natter through the mails. HssstfF.^i church^led xates littlers Cl-eir.l^WAslllMiTiiN. July 21 ^The recently^incoiporaleil National Society of Daugh^^ters o; lh^ K' volut'on has elected the fo'-^lowing - lli'er-: Pn-sld^-ut-geiieral, Mr-.^Bei J mi ti Harrison; secretary, Mrs. (o n^Geo. li. Shield-; registrars general, Mr-.^BsMtoBl ^ ash.iigtou and Mrs. Howard^dark. Isteton ih* i.isi. NkwOltl.KOs. July 13 ^ 1 he last of the jurybr b^ i^ ca as eaine up this moriiitig.^It was li. I- case if Luiile llageiiett^, ..e-^eused of att^ ropling to bribe Duve Hon-^have. Tbe case was given to the jury tins^af it rnooti. Aft-r an hour's debin ration^a verdict of not guilty was returned. IT.Fai l, July 23 ^ St. Paul has licen^made ibe cJlilcr of the Hat oital move^^ment by the united Farmers' alliance lo |^corner the enure wheat crop of ihe coun^^try. At No. 317 Wabash street lor sev^^eral days a large lorce of employes has^MM ciigugcd in sending . ut circulars^wdh a v.ew to having ull clusses id lar-^Ml keep back their wheal crop nut,.^I r res shall have been advanced to a high^point. The plan is to unite the farmers^in u gigantic wheal trust in which the^producers shall Ik* ihe stockholders, and^lie which speculators and she.it buyers^shall be sun. ^ 1 d to the wall. George M.^Muller, editor of the ^ ,iV, and a proud^it ut alliance mall, is a- the head of the^move incut. The wheat crop of the^I nited States of I-'! is estimated al^jOj.OOO.OOO bushels. Promoters of the^fanners' trust believe that four-11 fills of^tl: s can be In hi back by farmers from^four lo eight weeks, by which tune it is^thought puces will have gone skyward.^( oculars have ulrcudy t-ecii sent out to^s en tat ies of alliances in all wheal grow^^ing slates. Washington.July 23^11. W. Ayer,^secretary !^ President i oik of the Farm^^ers' allium e uml mmi of the ^reform^prc.s bureau*' says that the work of send^^ing niil cuetilars tlesigiiatcd to shos- the^Imm rs of ti e coiiuuy that it is their ad-^van illic to h dd ba.-s.tue wheat crop, is^uci.vely preeeeiling in th s ctly us w. II^as at St. Paul. Ayer said already 4,^of tin se circulars had mm sent out Inuu^\\'ash.nglou ami MJfiMJ the In xt lew^days an average of 110.(110 a day will In^^itialled until more than a million circu^^lars altogether are issued. Tbe circular^will ulso be | ublished in about 2,u1)^weekly pu|icrs with which the bureuu is^MMMtoss I '^' in forinalioii that the is^^sue of such a circular by alliance men was^in contemplation became public prema^^turely about two weeks ago, when the^circular, m the course of preparation,was^published in a newspaper. Tbe linal^i ccisiun to mm the circular had not al^that tune been reached, but it lias been^determined upon. Ktos (LEALI'M. W^evening d.-sir^bii-in. s- buikb si. Io...11 li Jar^ish., July 23 -A fir - t^yeil all ^^lit.re block^i-g. Losses will aggr. |^t^O.OUO widi 1 t^ ^- insurance.^Garrison aiul Tiierou Siall- rl^ally ii j ired. Michaeieri' fat- IPa M i'-n ol toM^Hfl Mis Avui July 23 ^ The Arg. tititi'^Mjmi has Voted artductioii in duta-t^on peiroieiun aod r ee. HUsbiANJ -Wo. Plansto Colon m Tueui In Ihe Interior Mates. PlIlhADKLI'IIIA,July 23^Tho Jewish^alliance ol America has issued a lei.g.by^appeal and u plan of action with regard^to Kusalan Jew immigration, ll states^that united effort, by ibe Jews ill all^quarters of the country will lie potent in^doing what is required. Assimila^^tion of these emigrant* has tn-cn^retunlcd through their concentration in^larger MMslHs s, particularly in sea-^Isoiird cities, und tin* appeal says tin y^would pr- ve a more desirable acquisition^it quickly distributed throughout the vast^interior of the union. Let every meuibi r^of the community give a little time and^effort to gti.dii lliein where they can set^^tle and make a living. Pecuniary help^will come from members of the alliance,^from the Huron ilirseh trust, and from^the liberality of the e liiiiitinily. The im^^mediate pin pose lo In- kept in view is Ihe^settlement of small Ji wish communities^in towns mid villuges of Ihe interior.^General directions of the plan of work^are laid mil. CANADIANhtlOULLIIb. lies Mel.rervyBt.olr Mnnry In a lliisl.^^tessllks Maimer. Ottawa,July 23 ^At a meeting of the^privih g - and elections committee, Rob^^ert P. MiGicevy, who is one of iho most^uctivc prosecutors ol the charges of cor^^ruption against his brother, Hon, Thomas^McGrcevy, lesiilb-d be obtained from^Larkiu, Connolly JJ ( o., after the rross-^wall contract l.ati toM obtained for tln-^ilrm through Ins brother's influence,notes^lo the value of ^2i,(^^i, part of which have^la-en used by Thomas M* die vy hi pay^^ing a personal debt ol (I7.0UU. Ilols ri II.^Mt-Grccvy, in continuing Ins tvidi tice,^stated he had been instrumental in re^^ceiving for Thomas, Irom Larkin, Con^^nolly A Co., f.2,000 tor lurdier iulhience^used lo Mtota b r the Hriu a contract to^complete a dock. AFLAG OF TKUCE.^Ibe totoH |M Win Maiutsin i.n e toy ik- toto Xas||\ii.lk. Teiin.. July 23 ^The min^^ers' committee which went lo ( . al ( n ek^tostof to coiiiiuiiiiicat. G.iveruor mmm*^an's decision lo the nien, reached their^destination at noon. A mass meet tig wasalustily called and the spokes- menof Ihe committee detailed their con^^ferences with the governor and ihe re^^sults thereof. They said ibe c^ mmitiee^had received concessions, und ill their^opinion the men ought to make some. Thisdid not meei with unyih tig MM^universal satisfaction but the implied^confidence ihe miners have in tin-leaders^was shown by a unaiilm. us vole to accept^the report of the committee on resolu^^tions. The gist of tin- resolutions was^that the convicts should he return, d lo^tin- mines, the miners guaranteeing lliey^would not be molested, ibomililia Kill^l^e ordered homo. Sixtydays will Isu allowed lo convene^the legislature, during slurb tune no^convict shall t^e molested unit no pro|e-^ertjr shall be destroyed, uml tbe miners,^if necessary, will place guards to see that^promises are kept good. The miners'^committee returned to Km xvdle tins^evening lo confer w 11Is the governor. Theconference Willi the governor tins^evening lusted three hours and ended^wittioiit satisfactory result. Governor^lliichaiian ih cliucil lo consider tin- prop^^osition tor an aruiist.ee on th.- ground it^would to implied as a MM r unise with^the violation of the law, uml ll the leg s-^lature declined lo comply wnb the de^^mands uf the miners, lliey hi ght I^- re^^newed Willi impunity. The committee^disclaimed any threats, hut the governor^was firm. There is no longer any doubt^but that ho will return lie- ^- .nvieis to the^mini s at ( oal ( reek and I'nciVille. The^conference ^-ouimitlee is of he opinion^that if they are returned with only such^guunls as are necessary to keep MMI m^custody, there will In- no llllerler lice^w.tli them until lie- h gislalure lias acted,^but if the nulilia returns ^ ittl Ibem, lie y^lear a terriide coiill el may follow. The^governor wdl meet tin- coinmittce again^in the mortiittg. N* I'or 11 il.se K. r-Ulls, Llsimx.July -d -The i'ortusui^tboiii.es will not a .. w the I luliaii eti.i^Lrrjiuns to recruit Portuguese sailors. HLiALKs IOO MUCH. sirGeorge lladsn-l'uw. 11 sMMAMl by ths^l.oiiitim l-n.-s^LoMio.n.July 23 The CtoMsMattacks^Sir George lladon 1'o^ ell, lie- Lugilsh^llehruig MMMMM for MM I^utterances in the press. The Chronicle^save: ^He MM huvn to talk more aaiuy^if he wishes to make himself uud hi, pr^ -^posuls acceptable to tbe people of the^I aited States and ^ ana la. lie is med^^dling wi-h utl airs with w b eh the llehrii g^s**a c iiimes on has MsssMg to do. It |g^strange lor an ollicial in his Mssstosl to^assert that tie-.McKinh y law is a final af.^fort of the L in ed States to c unpel ( i.ii-^nda to yield her li d peielence. Lord^Salisbury ought to give him a timely^hiul. WITHA BUNG STARTER ABillings Salooc K tp^r lardersd by^a Tramp TWOBLOWS ON THE HEAD Tho tfurdarer Arrested-F^el inm AuanistH.m Very b'roncr and^He May tie Lynched Liy theCitizens. BpfclAlto tlir Mandara. BftUflMB.July --'. ^ A most v l.ninoui^inur..*t wan r^iinn.ittcii lien- utniul^.'^ i'V.m k tii.^s aft* rnos.it. Joat-pti Clancy,^a ^|tiit f, lM^AW9i^9i in.)ii, who kvpt a^biiisil. kali.ou Mmti'-^oi i avi'Mtjt*, ;n,l .ly^ri iiisir .ii tl * ith ,i trains VfMM lis^ine^it not known, hIi i was ipiarn Uoum and^(liMTtlrr.y. I it* irumii \^ vkv*l up u id ivy^nisiilft or I ut.ir fcturtiT and ^trn^ k 1 lanry^iw.c- on MM Ih ad. ^' alicy f* ll to the^11 ^^r after tin* Mr*, hluw, ah'l never re*^^^'Vt-rvtl, ti^ti.l^ beloru intdical aid t-oulil n ir.iui|^ afu^r MMP l*iti(- xUo MMf^drawyt r. nti out. \\ in am nnu, who^w^h a wittu ^^^ to tht' wbolu brutal .^'^.^ r^i ut whs ufraid to intfrtt-rt*, wt*nt ln tond^th-- har nit hooti as tin* inurdt-rer ran out,^sti ^l. pick mu u|i a ciir.Hiii', purMMw the^rulli.iu. Qui un t.vi-rttKik liiu ufi'l held^h ill up un.ll ihe arrival of the marshal.^Tlic tiunip i^ titw hi jail. AnMMjjttwM will U- he.d in the rimriiiiiff.^Clancy wan a wi.lowt r. lie le.ivt s two^l-illc l^'-^ -, Hm a^e was alltlo^d Mi. Me^hui hei n a resident of 11 hint:* ii-ue year*^and formerly had charge of the Northern^I'.tcillc coal iliiekt here. Ihe ft eling^aganmt the lr;iiii|^^ ha^t reached tht*^^.Ut111;^ r point ahd MM thill'* m i^ t^e 1 no^^hr^ ** |y to rul thu coiuiiiuu.ty of the^h..h..M. lumtii hull lu li.^in in,! ^ , July iUi ^J he It ague cor t^^ii-^tion o|n neil tu-itay with a htrife uit' tul-^aiice. I'aint 11. w ho ^ a^ |^te*iulng etlleer,^was wuritii) ^ tc ^ reil. K^ f- rring lo lutl*^four'** prt in se u^ outlined by the local^government tor lr* Iau^l, 1'urnell mi-1 he^wuiihi j un i iiii ithy llealy 111 making it^u\ com, rt lit u^ive u^ |^ ^t.^ib|e. 1 lit- con^^vention ado;-l^ tl a | i ^uraiuiii** w h ch ill*^e luded itialihoiHl m.iTr.laud law re*^( ^riii, and the rc.t.^tan mvut of ev.ctcd (iiriri'. tftclssioti Cui Brhietl^Wamiim.i s-N, July Acting S. ere-^taty ( h.tn .. i hii CfiiHriiiftl law* dec ^ ou^^f tbe commisftiotier of the general land^^IHce in the ease of H**nry * baptn M ^ ^^1 he V^ dlaiuette ^ Cascade M uatani^Wagon Kead c^ tupauy in Urcguii. tKuHb UtnI R jYLU sutiihl^nko it \ im.eil b^ a MMHaVi u^ ll.td Hitor m. St.Tail.. July *..! -A hail Monti in^Dickey and Mt i'ht-i^on ctHitltiea, S. 1).,^lawt night tieuiroyed 1,^XM acres of grain.^A tlebtruet.ve hail nloriii aUo p.tM*etl^through Norman county, Minn., covet in,c^a strip two lirleb wide aiul Hides long. All lailKN, 1^., July ~l UeporU ale (Hiintig hi ol a ilolruciivu hail tatorm^which pubsieil al out !.'^ mile** north it'. Ik re^Tin ttday. '1 he Hut k of the h'orin ritt inU^frt^m jloctn* r, 40 miles well tif Frt*derick,^cuMtwartl over hu iiiilen and ih one of four^miles wale. In n in ^ h culitiea gn at^damage was done. lluilstoues of un*^mciistf sise fell near Westlntrh, some^measuring 14 inches in circumference.^Muuy farmers lost their entire crop of^from AO to 100 aeie* eaeli. MAY UK A bPLlT.^I^r. Krlggs* af^llowt*r^ Msutl Firm^It*v* tlUtttlll lU Pri'sh V lr ^ I at li I-ill Pnihiu ttoii, July 11 - lie v. John q,^l'aHioii. the fuinoiis New York I ,re**l^vter-^laii, in an interview here to-day, i*a.d the^Presbyterian cliurch is undotihiedly on^the In ink t^f a revtdulion. The followcru^of Dr. ltriggH are openly defiant, aiul the^general asseinhly anil chuitdi undeteriii*^tiled, it was his hope that concessions^would be mad.^ ami Ungu'tt arid his fol^^low*, rs remain in the church. Of cotir*e^if they insist, the cliurch must accept the^reason as coordinate with the word of^God, there will he a split. iHstitM.srtiartifMd I^Ir*i-tors.^PoTTftVlsLLK. July :;i. Sik scbool din c*^tors ol Kust Nwiwtigan township were^arrested to-day on I charge of i^*uiug^fraudulent orders and appropriating to^their own use money received therefor,^it is also claimed the directors levied on^teachers, making Ihi m pay fiom ;i to f^for their appointments, and a portion^each month of their fulskries. It in claimed^that in the case of 1. x*i^* II ggms, ttiie of^tho teitehers, olie of ihe directors made^Mrs, Hiugins piy li.m a small amount^each month, threatening that otherwise^her daughter w -uld lose her position. Atiraau Njval l.tialmlsu.^Nkw YotcK, July ..i lh- naval militia^drill in connection with the ships of the^white ttpiadroli were vu-wed hy lilt* rested^ihoUKauds ths ufterno^^n aiul eveiiiri,:.^As n ght settle I down over tho river and^Riirrotiiidiugs, the i x-uhdioii of signaling,^etc., hy a scaich light wus givt ti. This^taoj beautiful spectacle, which lasted^for an hour or mor \ and demonstrate I^how futile would !^^^ the effort of un ant my^to steal upon thutt| ladroti to its hurt ul*^tier cover of thtt night. li..*^ t^ U(in. t Kt.wYokk. July :' '.-^^.ie of the attor^^neys lor the New York uml Hosum srmlp^rate which his purchased all of t .^^ street^railways of Uetroii, Mich., stud this aft. r^noon that the eon suit- ration was some^^thing over f6,^JJ0.Ul*). The motive power^on all lines win be changed to e.i clricity.^This will throw alx-ui J-'HO horses ^ll the^market. He decliiied to g ve Ihtj names^uf the Hi'-rnlt'-r* of the symlieat*'. \t4M4i'*^ !^ r ^ ^iuiii.iioiii^i Hh'Aoti. July -Ih rU rt IS. Adam-,^of the Johns Hopkins university of Halt;^more, was u-duy tituinuated by DaMHSf^General Uavts, chief of the department^tif Inula, arts, and was eoiitirmt-d by tin^directors. W. K. t arlmte t^f Wichita,^Kan.,sou^^f S^ uutorC.irlioleof Ketitucs^,^waselecti d assistant sgg ^ I r gaiierul. Tilt*4 4^ft i- IliiVrttl. Wasmim.ihn,July l'^' I he bureau t^f^American reuutilics hav ^ rtceived infor^^mation from sUu-Atcniala that th ^ c (Tee^harve-t for wdl r- aeh7im,(AAti| nniai-,^representing ^an i he llri.idiau harvestwin l^ !'.'-o-i.n ^ i hags thu year, as^compared w-.th 1.^ d a year aito. f-'stnl i^uilrr I- spl.tttUtH. Lmi k: LO. Ky., July 33.^The Unler^of a i ^ rt.t.'i ^ aOgUMr on MM farm of^Jaim s Hurl in In l- it u iilson county t ^^^ploded ycr.it r. jj, kdiiug three men all i^iu Juriug l.. others badly, perhaps^fatally. CSKtS 1HA! Attfc. HOHMIELE.^One ^*l ih. s iiurti ltt^*uhs of llrlivudlng M**HIn l llll if. !*ak18,July ^ H- rr.hle tceiies have^la-en willlc-sed the past wtekott aiul^ahtiiit the Itace tie la lit ipiette, where^cnmiuaisel. cir.cd by guillotine, trowtls td the hiwcst of thu low hav*t^usm-iiibled tin re i v^ ry * veiling and^past-ed the lllght 111 the vicinity, t ag- riy^waiting to w iln. ns the * cut Ion of Mm-^den-r 11 ri.ihd ami Accoui) 1 m i'ore. tin^^;tiuriiay m^ rmng a large crowd gathered ahoillthe plat e ill t Xp^ ctut'ot) of -^^^ n g^the i xeciitain, which was postponed on^account of ihe marriage ot huerutiouer^lie.bier's sou. Mitee that time, Sunday morning rx*^cicepted, voyous and their cotia-irts, aa^wtdl a- n certain iiumt^er ol people of the^Im tit r cla*s, have gathered * acti morning;^.lb- -ut tUv prison and execution place,^ranging, shouting, lighting and u-n g pro^^fane language. Tii'-t iiiot tiuig the crowd^was more riotous ami otherwise offensive^than usual. Coiisi tpiently the police^Wt-re compelled to charge Ihe grounds,^making many arrests and somewhat^clearing the a;r of the ucigh!^orh^^od. (jargtttes, cages and other puhlic re*^sorts in the iieight^orhoot| have thr ngh-^oiit th^* we' U hct ti tloing a I^ ommg bust-^m s-t as a result of tins h!^KMl-ttur^vy ex*^pt clam y.aiid when the police had cleared^the streets the officers had ailothsr quite^as lively tusk, clearing out the must dia-^ord- rly drinking places. lb r^- again^many arretsts were made and hideous^orunkt ii men and women, yelling ami^lighting, were . -.curled l^^ tho police sta*^lion, sttdiug the very air through which^thi-y passetl by the horrible language^with which they profaned it. K'LLLUA CCJNVlC T. A !*^ lilt sui mry t.uat U wltu Msuts Alls^tlrUri. Ub ^t^^l KNoxvn.ri:.'I'eiin., July -d.- Kariy this^inormug Anth rsoii Ham-, a ct^uvtei, eiu-^ployttl by the Knoxvillo Iron company,^was killed hy a guartl, J. A. Ihllic.ui.^Harris slealthily approacl etl Ci* t rge Tor*^butt, another tif the guartl, ami com*^me licet I choking lutu, I'uucau ordered^Harris to desist, lb* not beetling the or-^tier, Huucati Brad, killing him almost in^^stantly. Much incitement prevails in^convict Ih'adt|'iart4'i-s. ll was evidently^a plot among the convicts to make a^I break for liberty. When H irris was idiot^I afn^ihcr convict who had started lu ussist^i h iu chok^ T irlKdt, ll *d hack lo bis com-^' rades. lil)4i ll'll ^sa*4jlt MiNNK\i'tLis. Ju y 1M.^^ The grand^cluipter oi Kuyal Art h Masons toniay de^^cided to huhl the lull convocation at To-^pvWa, Kan., in July, 1**4 The general^grand council, K. A. M. will also be held^there al Hie saun* tine*. Additional olll*^ccrs w^re eleetetl as follows: liepuiy^h gh priest, Gtt^rg- L. Met ami, Halt^-^uiure; king. K. ^ . l.- uiuion, iolet]o,0.iio(^sent e. James W. Taylor, Lutu* rville,^tia.; treasurer, Uainel Strker, Hastings.^Mich.; recorder, C G. Cog, Hulfalo, N,^Y ; captain, A. U. IV.lard, L ^wcli, Mass. I^principal sc^J umer, F. E. Hyas, l'aris,^111.; royal area captain,! . Swayue, Mil^^waukee. \\i i .VmiiuM ^^ .* ^^ t ruur. tiMvii\, July I'd t fiairmait \Yatson of^the state central rcpubds.-s.li committee^has announced inal the lepubbcau party^w di prtd-ably have a candidate for the^gubernatorial chair in the Held this fall,^althoiig.i the supreme court ha* decided^that lhayer can hold over. .Legal opin^^ions an* so varied afj th s point that it has^decided bt st to be on the safe side. The^alliance ami d^ mocratic parties wdl aUo^have gubernatorial iiuiuiuswa on their^tickets. t..lain-. UiMlt. (i | \m I \rn^*, July :3 -Col. Willinm^11. Msjffrttt ot H ^* Moines died early this^uiorti.tig Ul this city. Colonel Merrit was^one lime prominent |tl political circles of Iowa He was til.' ilelliocra'.a- candidate forgovernor in If*o4, ^ervcd during the^war, ai'd at ana tuue was colonel ou Me-^Clelluu's ItasT. He was 71 years old. v.lontikatprrs I.t|t. St.l.tu is. July -3 ^George Anderson,^a saioonki^-per of Kast St. Ltiuis, Ibis aft-^enuM^u till ^i and kiiled another saloon-^kt t jkt of the same place, and then blew^out his os u braius. Kvasou uuknowu.