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VOL.IL^Na 339. ANACONDA,MONTANA WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13, 189L PRICEFIVE CENTS. WONBY SIR MATTHEW lireisDaly's Two-Tear-Old Ttttt the^Junior Champion Stakes. ITWAS A GRAND CONTEST Excitement ut the Morris Park^Track--! he Prix* Worth Mora^Than Twenty-Flvo Thou^^sand Dollars. Westchfntek,Aug. 11 ^The Junior^Champion makes, worth about 126,003 to^^Ls winner, was the attraction to-day.^Georgia showed in front to what ap^^peared to be a good atari. She piloted^the Held to the top of the hill, when Da-^gotiel took up running ou the inner rail,^closely followed by Georgia. Sir Matthew,^Yorknllo Belle and Atrplant, with Baab-^ford leading the rest. On the last quarter^they all closed in on the leader, and down^tliey came toward the finish with Dago-^net, Sir Matthew, Baahford and Yorkville-^Belle on almost even terras. Amid the^oust intense excitement. Sir Matthew^won by a head from Dagonet, who beat^Baahford a neck for second. Yorkville^Belle waa lapped on Baahford, while Pat^^rimony t oil anil Merry Monarch finished^nest. Time, 1:1. i'^. Sevenlurlongs^Crab won, Terrifler^Second, Siredeway third. Time, 1:07%. Three-quartersof a mil*^Sir Malhew^won, Dagonet second, Baahford third.^Time, 11:% Oneinn,- and a furlong^Riot won.^Reckon secend, Peter third. Time, l:WiJi Threequarters of a mile^Wyandoite^won, Hyaciutlie second, Alcado third.^Time, 1 :U. Sixfurlongs^Sir George won, Laurec-^tau aecond. Laurel third. Time, 1:1S. Onemile and a sixteenth^St. Clair^won, Ben Kingsbury second. Rover third.^Time, 1 :W. AtHswtkorne Park. Chicago,Aug. 11.^Half a mile^Galen^old won, Nihil aecond. Miss Bulwark third, lime, :53. Onemile and a furlong^Laura Doxey^won, Thel second, Prince third. Time, 2:00. Halfa mile^Milo won. Secret second,^Fannie S. third. Time. :^3. Sixfurlongs^Fan King won, Ivanboe^second, L im^ 1). third. Time. 1:10. Steeplechase,short course^Evangeline^won, Leauder aecond. Speculator third.^Time, 3:36. AtGainvid Park.^Chicago. Aug. 11^ Van Duren to-day^broke the record lor a mile and a six^teentli, 1:40% making the distance in^1:46 Hat. Omy an hour before Van Duren^had won the second race in very fast^time. Ouemilt^Osburn won. Bravo se.-ond,^Fir.t Lip third. Time, 1:43K Sevenfurlongs^Yan Huron won. Cam^ille second, Alphonse third. Time, 1 -M% Fivefurlongs^Addie won, Fanue^second, German third. Time, 1:01*4. Onemile and s sixteenth^Van tiuren^won, Silver Lake second, Nina Archer^third. Time, 1:46. Sixfurlongs^Lagavdere won, Mary L.^second, Gadabout third. Time, 1:16J^. Onemile^Hindola won, Ora aicoud,^Neva C. third. Time, 1:43. AtUocliMier. RocilBHTKR,X. Y., Aug. 11.^This was^the opening Uu^ of the meeting of the^Grand Circuit trots. It wss one of Ibe^hottest days of the season. The track^was in first class condition. The attend'^a lice was large. The event of tbu day^waa the 2:30 trot for a purse of $10,010.^divided, and waa won by llappy Bee, she^taking the laat three bests. Inthe 2:1^ trot^Grant's Abdulla won.^Maacot second, Crawford third, Yitello^fourth. Best time, 2 :Vo% Inthe 2:30 trot for 910,000, divided^Happy Bee won. Little Albert second.^Trim third. Wind Brino fourth. Best^time. 2:lev; 111the 2:20 trot (unfinished) ^Early Bird^won first best and Seer won second. Best^time, 2:1^X. AtSoralega. Saratoga,Aug. 11.^The track was^fast to-day snd the weather hot. Onemile and seventy yards^Racine^won, Eou aecond, Madstone third. Time,^l:*t%- Sixfurlongs^Leonawcll won, Emms^Primrose second, Rio Grsnds third.^Time. 1 :16J^. Onemile snd s half^Bermuda won.^Sania Ana second, Bolero third. Time,^2:30. Seven furlongs^Rinfax won, I^Aiigcles second. Time, 1:29. Sixfurlongs^Luroy won, Tesrless sec^^ond, Cereluis third. Time, 1116.^^^ BASE HALL YESTERDAY. NationalLeague.^At Brooklyn^Brooklyn 8, .Cincinnati^At Boston^Boston 12, Pittsburg6.^At Philadelphia-Philadelphia S, Clsvs-^land 1. AtNew York^New York 2. Chicago 0. AmericanAssociation.^At St. Louia^St. Louis 8, Washington 4.^At Columbua^Columbus 2, Athletic 5.^At Cincinnati^Cincinnati 3, Boston I.^At Louisville^Louiaville 8, Baltimore 2. WenternLeague.^At Milwsukee^Milwaukee 4, Sioux^City 8. AtOmshs^Omaha 13, Denver 15; 13 innings. AtKansas City^Kansas City 7, Lincoln 4. Honorto l he Head.^Nt:w York, Aug. 11.^The funeral ser^^vice, on the b^ dy of Herman R tster, ed^I lor of the lllinoii Staal* Zeituna, were^held iu the reception ball ol ibe German^Press club in Hoboken to-day. The ser^^vices were very im-ireistve. There were^a large numlier of floral emblems aent by^the vurioua Gorman-American press asso^^ciations. Addresses sere made by c fli^cers ef the German Press club and Ger^^man Journalists of New York. The bods-^was taken to Chicago to-night, where the^final services will be held. GRBATFALLS RACKS,^^atries Pee ika streets of tbs First Day OiasrMetes,^special to las HtaasarJ. GreatFalls, Aug. 11.^Several ear^loads of racers have arrived for the races^which commence next Saturday. About^125 horses are expected to be on the^^rounds by opening day.^The opening races will be as follows:^One^Pacing snd trotting, WOO, for^horses bred and owned In tbs county of^Cascade. TwoRunning, $300, one mile and one-^fourth. ThreeTrotting. 1400, free-for-all. Thereare several entries in each race^and good time is expected to be mads by^the borne horses. Therace grounds and buildings are all^completed. TheNeihart Herald started to issus an^evening daily on Monday. Ina short time s brand new paper will^blossom out at Neihart. Rumor ssys tbst^the Fort Kenton Prsn will be moved to^tbat lively camp. TheFirst Nationsl bank of Neihart is^now in tbs field for patronage. T. E.^Collins of Great Falls is tbs president;^J. L. Neihart of Neihart, vice president, ndGold T. Curtis of New York, cashier.^The capital of the bank la 160,000. TheSand Coulee coal mines will^hereafter be worked by patent mining^machines. Tbeae new macbinea will coat^820,1X0, and each one will do the work of^10 men. OnMonday a daily train service be^^tween Greet Falls and Monarch waa^started. This will be a great accommoda^^tion to the people having business at Nei^hart and Barker. FOR1 He GREAT FAIR. Workou the Varioua liulldiags Well Us^der Headway.^chicago, Aug. 11.-Work on the world^^fsir buildings is being pushed rapidly,^The Woman's building will be ready for^roofing Sept. 1. Terraces for the^fisheries building are completed, also tbs^dredging of the lagoon, tbs csnal is prac^^tically finished and the central basin well^under way. Fivs thouasnd eight bun^dred snd seventy feel of railway track^lias been laid this week, and work is^progressing on the foundations of the^electric exhibit building, horticultural^and administration buildings. Director^general Davis promises to hand the board^of controll the appointment of chiefs of^the horticultural and machinery depart^^ment this week. It is lbs populsr im-^eression, John W. Samuels of Clinton,^K^\, will receive the appointment of hor^^ticultural chief. Repreaentatives state^commissioners of Wisconsin, Ohio, In^diuna and Michigan to-day rejected the^plan of putting four state exhibits under^one roof. _ GRANDDUKE ALlX 8 His Appsaraues la Parts Ike Cause^Mueh Kslhuala-ra. Paris,Aug. 11.^There is scarcely any^doubt that the non-arrival here yesterday^of the Grand Duks Alexis wss entire y^due to his disinclination to be made the^recipient of the enthusisstic welcome the^citix'.-ns of Psris bsd prepared for him.^The crowd learned that be would not^arrive yesterday, but they did not learn^when be would reach Parla, and conse^^quently when the tram upon wbicn he^traveled rolled into the station this morn,^ing no ons wss there to receive him. As^he reached the platform he was recog-^niied by s crowd of at least a thousand^persona. The greeting they gave the^grand duka was enthusiastic. The grand^duke, bowing and smiling at the warm'^tieas of his welcome, despite his atu nipt^to avoid it, entered bis csrrisge snd wss^immediately driven to his hotel. AttackedMinister Kgsa. Panama,Aug. 11.^A diapetch from^Iquique ssys the congressional steam^transport, Maito. brought a large supply^of munitions of wsr, Including 75 Krupp^guus of different calibre snd 12.000 map^nsine rifles, with a plentiful supply of^ammunition. It is not known where they^were emberked. Ml National, s congres^^sional organ, came out with a scathing^article against United Ststes Miniates^Egan, who in a latter addressed to the^Iquique junta expressed the opinion tbst^it is impossible for I hem to overthrow^Balmaceda. This incident, along with^the I lata business, cauaed a bitter feeling^againat tbs United States. KissIn Breads!atfe.^Br.Ri.iir, Aug. 11.^In consequence of^tbe Russian ukase prohibiting the export^ation from Russis of rye snd rye meal,^the prices of grain here have suddenly^risen. Rye has advanced 8 marks, wbest^2 msrks and oats 1W markr, per double^hundred weight. Potatoes and other^klnda of grain liavs advanced. Ths rad^^ical press censures Chancellor Yon Cap-^rivi for the lack of foresight, especial y^as Herr Ricblsr sarly in the year urged^him to take ths necessary steps to pre'^vent tbe rise. KaiserUlll's L^g. r.FRLiN,Aug. 11.^Professor Beckman,^a specialist of ths Kisl uuivi rally, to-day^bsudsged the emperor's leg In the^presence of Professor Etmsrch and Dr,^Leuthold. Tbe emperor remains aboard^Hohensollern for convenience aske,^There is nothing serious in his condition, MinneapolisSpeculators,^Chicago, Aug. 11.^A specisl from St^Paul says a local paper there published^an elaborate ststenieut showing it bos^positivs information thst the so-called^^bold your wheal^ Fa'mere alliance cir^^cular was gotten up hy Minneapolis spec^^ulators and all expenses paid by tbem. Itdlaeut Jews.^Warhingto.n. An*. 11 ^It hss been de^^cided to allow the Russian ws detained^at boston under the immigration law,^upon tbe filing of a bond In the sum of^f-' MX) for each person, that aurh person^s .all not become a puhlic charge, to re^^main in this country Xekecover Moucy-^BiTTE, Aug. 11 ^A raae mi filed in^In pai in. nt I. of the district court to-day^by I. Y. Wiggins against li. J. Fine and^one by William Yaeger against William^Geisky. Tbe cause of sc. :i iu both^cases is debt. TWOSIDES TO THE STORY. eyerieaVgarstlag Malaga gf tk* Warring^Kl, meats ef Chill.^New York, Aug. 11 ^An Iquique corre^^spondent has been over tbs whole con^^gressional field within the last few days^and la astonished at ihe great change lot^the batter that hss Isken pises in tbs con^^dition of lbs Insurgent parly, from ail^that be has seen and beard be is led to^tbe confident belief that in their exi a b^^lion to Ihe south lbs congressional force*^will meet with success and prove vistor-^ious over tbe farces of Balmaceda. Every^indication points that way. The anuy is^admirably drilled and In some way or^other. Ihe ^enure of the Data notwiti -^.landing, has been armed fully. The^inaurgenta' ranks are swelled by large^accessions of volunteers from tbe mining^districts of Atitofagoste and Cahleru^Tbe utmost unanimity prevails among^the loaders of ths congressional parly.^Balmaceda's issue of notes for 1881 is re^^fused at all northern ports held by the^Junts. Much feeling is expressed bar* at^lbs delay.In tbs Iisla esae. Il is though:^thst ths matter should have .been long^ago settled snd tbe Its la released. Unless^Balmaceda gets hia two new cruisers soon^bis foe will, unless sll appearanoes are^deceptive, gain a substantial advantage^over bim. There is no doubt thst there^are many unwilling soldiers in Baluia-^ceds's ranks. Men are forced to serve^sgsmst their will who are at heart in^sympathy with ths insurgent cause. It^ill not ink* much to put tbem to ft gin.^Lo.inojf, Aug. 11.- Dispatches fr^n a^Bainuvcsda source in Santiago de ^h li^have been received here denying the^reports thst fighting wss taking^place between the government^troops snd tbs insurgent forces^at Valparaiso and Coquinibo Aug. 3^Acording to these dispatches the govern^^ment torpedo boat Adrairante Coudeii at^^tacked the congressional party's cruiser^K - meralda and a number of transports at^Caldera. Anumber of torpedoes were discharged^from the Admiraute Condell, bul as the^attack was made at night and as il was^very dark the reaulta are not known.^Nuns of tbe rebel vessels bsvs been seen^since nesr tbe provinces held by Pres^^ident Balmaceda. The dispatches further^stale that the reports ss to Ihe relations^between Chili snd Bolivia, growing out of^the letters of recognition of the insurgents^ss beligerenta, are untrue, and that the^stories of cruel puuisbnavnt inflicted by^the government are pure inventions.' ATOO MUCH MARRIED MAN. AFormer Rssideni of Ogdea la Treable laLoalsvlllr, kr. Chicago,Auj. 11 ^A Times Louisville,^K^\, special says: ^Suit has been begun^here which rharges that for five years^Edward J. Liddle nf Ogden, Utah, has^been living here under sn assumed tjanie^with a weman whom lie married here^while another wife lived at Ogden. The^suit is brought in tbe name of Maria^Sears Lxidie, by her brother, H. J. Sears^of Ogden, snd saks tbst Mrs. Liddlt's^dower in the 84.000 bouae here lie mail-^tamed as sgsinst the claims of E J. Li4-^dle, alias Duubrich, and G. Dmum h his^alleged wife, ai.d Louis Theirmaiito.wboiii^be (Doubricb) sold the house to. Ths^petition Bars that L.ddie waa fire years^ago a prosperous druggist at Ogden will^a wife and several children; be came t^^Louisville to study medic no. He had^correspondence with bis family and rcjj-^resenttd that be was still studying, fu^the meantime- hia wife ait. tided to his^business affairs st Ogden. Liddle. it is^said, married here snd bcugbt s ho is,^with the money furnished by bis Utah^wife. IdeographicalCongress.^Hebnf, Aug. 11.^At to-day's session of^tbe international geographical congress a^resolution was introduced providing for^the preparation of a map of the earth on^a scale of one millionth, and tbe appoint^^ment of an international committee to^determine tbe principles upon which the)^pre|iaraiion of tbe map shall proceed. In^connection with the congress there is tir^^ing held a geographical exhibition at^which all nations except Great Britain^and tbo Netherlands are represented.^Much disappointment is expressed at the^failure of America to scud the treat c I-^lection of mape recently on exhibition in^New York, which were the auhj ci of ad^^miration by a large number of geogra^^phers for minuteness of detsils of tits^earth's figuration which they sat forth. Itoaadfur China^Vai.lf.jo, Cel.. Aug. 11.^The Charles^^ton baa been ordered to Yokohama and^will learn this port August 18. She is^ordsrtd to Sbsnghsl sfier touching ut^Yokohama, owing to missionary troubles^at points along ths Ysugate Kisng river.^Ses stores are being taken on the Charles-^Ion for tbe voyage, and a full compli^^ment of men wer.1 on board yeater lay^from the barracks. The Charleston 'a , ^^gines wers to be completely overhaul, d,^bul this is postponed owing to the p. r-^emptory character of ths present order-. INA HEATHEN COUNTRY Tilesof the Toriira Inflicted Upon^llttloiurles in ChiBL MANY CHURCHES BURNED Guardedbv the Mllltla-lndemnlty^Demanded by French and^British M nlatera A^Serioua Collision. SanFrancisco, Aug. U.^The stesmer^Oceanic arnved this morning fr^ in Hong^Kong anil Yokohama. Advices from^Hong Kong up to July 10, state tbe fire of^diaconleul is atlll smouldering in tbe^north part of Chins. Occasional riota^are reported. Mission stations near Can^^ton are said to have been attacked, lull^no particulara received. Two Wuaruh^rioters on trial, voluntarily confessed^murdering two fori ignrrs during the^riots. They were accoidingly executed^on July 8, and their heads are bung^up at East Wuscub as a warning^to tbe other evil doers. A correspondent^ai Ticntsen writes, on July 20, that all is^quiet there and no trouble is participated.^Comparative quietness seems to have^been restored in the Yantssu valley, and^the gun boat, have lelt for for other sta^^tions, A correspondent at Toeing Kiang,^under dale of June .7, writes: ^1 he^Viceroy wrote officials here thai the reai-^dencea of foreigners be searched to see if^they bad any babies or dead p.-o|i!e'a^li in-, about.^ The Presbpteriati mis^^sion waa searched by officials^wii.l^ a mob of excited natives wsited^nulaule. The mob broke into the Cslh-^oiic igieaioii, but waa put out by the oc^^cupants, Mr. l ull,ant holding tbe rioters^atbaj with a n valver. The sutburities^finally sent the militia to the scene, who^guank-d the town all night. O.i July 4,^news Came by telegraph from lb*' south^^ern part of tbe province of serious riot^^ing. In this section ibe Catholics have^largo property interests, many fine^chinches and a large orphanage. Several^churches tin re have beeii burned by ths^mob. At Perdue tile rioters racked^out houses and sacked the churches and^ih^ psacliert bouses, but did not bum^the ttsiidiuga. Ii is Icarnwd tbo orphan^uge waia not touched. Soldiers hive been^ordered out to protect Koiiiaiuali pro|^^erty. The town now la left without agun^boat snd a feeling of uneasineaa prevail*.^A telegram from Tientsin stales that lbs^French snd British ministers in Chins^have opened negotiations with Tsungli^Yamen in regard to their claim for in^^demnity on occount of the recent riots.^Tbe sum claimed is ti.000 MX) taela. Advicesfrom Yokohama givs further^particular* of Ibe sinking of ibe stesmer^Tsuiays Marti, and tbe drowning of M^passengers. ihe Tamaye Maru and^another stesmer, Miyoshi Maru wire^racing when ihe latter steered acmes the^Tamnye'scourse, and tbe vessels collided.^The Tamaye Maiu sunk St once and only^aln in l^0 person* who were on deck were^rescued. THEANTI-MONOPOLISTS. fatnisraCarrying Oui Their Flan for a^M nut mot b H Ileal Traat. ToriK \, Kan., Aug. 11.^The lateat In^the way of alliance commercial organisa^^tion are shi| p tigs*.i c alums. They form^part of ihe niliance plan for managing^wheat salea without use of agents, and^the rbarters of three organisations were^filed with the at cretary of state to-day.^Congressman linker, wtio juat returned^from M.uneapolis, quotes Mr. Pillabury^as saying there is no reason why the^farmers should no', under normal condi^^tion, lie now rtc iviug II.: 6 a bushel for^wheat ut farms. Commenting on ill s the^Alliai.c AdtoeaU says tbe farmers are^master* ol ihe situation if they hold grain^six months. SlowlyPollened to Usalk. Minneapolis,Aug. 11.^Tbs |V#sM^bss a special from Seattle, Was:..,^saying: Willia Lytic, ths 18 year-oi l boy^supposed to have been slowly poisotie ',^d.ed ut Providence yesterday. The sus^^picion is raised that his parents poiaoncd^tbe boy lo get tbe properly left to turn hy^his relatives. A chemical anslysis of the^stomach will be made, and if poiaott be^found Ibe parents will be arrested. AssuresFinn sanpnr-. ButUX,Auz. 11 - I he Columbian fa r^commission, r-. liulterwerth ami Han ly,^arrived in Vienna to-day. Count Kalimky,^minister of foreign affairs, assures It,cm^be would report favorably to the^ reiehs-^rath on tbe sul ject of Austrian participa^^tion in the fair, and recommend a lit* rml^appropriation to secure proper r, pre^^sentation of the empire's Industries.^Other comm.ssioners have gone to Swits-^erlsnd. _ KilledHy a Traia.^East Palxkiinf.. Ohio, Aug. 11^A^weal-bound t xpresa on the Fort Wayne^road ran into a gang of section men near^here to-day just after rounding a sharp^curve. Sullivan Pvtio, an Italia^, was^instantly killed, and Adam Ball fataKy^iujured. t^a.rd by MrKlnley.^Hi in, Aug. II.^For tbe purpose of^itudyiug the sctusl effects of tbe McKiu-^Icy bill so far as such cAtcta have shown^themselves ill the short time since the^law becums operative, an Associated^Press corn apondeiit has visited some of^the most important G^Titian industrial^centers, such as Le p ic, Plsuen Creis,^Nuremberg. F.bcmneits and Frankfort.^He baa also received rcporta from other^point', by men thoroughly familiar with^the affairs of the d 11 rent districts. They^all agree that the measure ha. bsd s par-^al) s ng i Hit upon cerlsin industries,^while others tt|uaily as highly taxed have^not suffered at all. k BALFOUFV*IDEAS. I.ill. sit sl.es. Panama,Aug. 11.^Late Chili mail ad*^Vices Iroin the south coaal bring hut liltlo^news of uitcrcat from the seat of war.^There has been slight lighting on laud,^which in one esse resulted in the con^^gressional forces rspturing a colonel, and^on tbe otht r bund their forces were^driven out of Valleiuar and tbst towu re^^captured lor Italmsreda. A^ iuii.i Hurst. Sanlit'.KNAKUiNo, Cel.. Aug. 11.^A^cloud burst in mi. vicinity to-day. It waa^I c heaviest at Kcdmoiid'eand Graflon'a^At the former the water flowed through^the streets for boura, fluyhug all busi^^ness botisea and washing away several^small huildiuga. Much damage haa been^done to young orcharda. kt|nlluu li final.^SAN Framcim-o, Aug 11.^Timothy^Hopkins, an adopted aon of ihe late Mrs^Hopkina-^earlea, arrived from Japan^to-day. He refused to discust Ihe wiil of^Mrs. Krarles or state whether s contest^will be made. Threetiirls l'r^^uid.^Toledo. Aug. 11 ^Tbia sfternoon s^yscht in w hu ll were four young men slid^a x young girla waa caught in a su Iden^'quail and cap*ii^d ^ n Mauitie Hay.^1 hree of the girla, l-enu S snd berg. Kllen^Fenny snd Clars iliurds, were tlKwued. AI I'Uili i ^ i.uait.ny AsXasXtSW^Little Koi k Aug. 11 ^The Oaal Luin-^ner t oui pan) ..I I'rescoti, Ark., wa^ closed^t^-d^y under all altacbfueut for f 101,774.^in favor of K. L. Powers, who euuirols^the 1'rescoll A North western rosd. sTells His sValiasenis la a Saeesh a riymtiuth.London, Aug. U.^Balfour, chief secre^^tary lor Ireland, In a speech delivered at^Plymouth yesterday outlined his ideas of^Irish local government. Ha was aware^thai many of tbe members of the con^^servative parly disliked the proposal, but^be argued thsl there were two reas^^ons why a local government should not^be withheld from Ireland. First a aelill-^niental one^because it bad already been^given England and Scotland ; and aecond^^because a local government bail been^repeatedly promised Ireland. Ualfoiir^declared that It would lie madness to al^^low councils lo administer tbe funds of^any class not represented in those liotl.ei.^hucb permission would convert ih m lino^engines of tyranny and oppression. Tbe^police question. Balfuur continued,^bad caused alarm; but he would never^conaeut to decentralisation handing over^tbe local police eilbvr to tbe councils or^to tbs council, in ssaociation with tbe^grand jury. He further belteveJ there^would be uo serious stu nipt by the coun^^ties to secure control of so costly a force.^He was compelled lo admit that he feared^the first result of the change woultl be to^oust the landlords from s share in the^government, even though they guarded^tbe councils by some form of minority^representation. This was to be deplored,^bul be trusted snd believed, as tbe politi^^cal storm subsided, and as tbe ancient^rancor waa forgotten slid tbe gradual ef^^fect of tbe laud purchase measure felt^these gentlemen, if they remained, woultl^be Isrgely recognisiHl end electtd sa tbe^Iiest men lo carry on tbo county buaineas^and thus reconcile those classes wblrb^bsvs been too much and too long sell^^ers ted. TheStandard ssys tbst Balfour's decla^^ration regarding the Irish police removes^Ihe gravest objection lo the bill, but there^still remains a great deal to justify the^Irish royalist's misgivings ami that it will^be desirable to Introduce stringent meas^^ures to guarantee an upright manage^^ment of the finances. The Iirnrs ssya^hia clesr, vivid prscepllon of tbe dancers^of the scheme Is tbe best possible guar^^antee that Bslfour is fit to cope with and^conquer them. Tbe .Vru-a says: ^We^gstber from Balfour'a vogue remarks^there is lo be no fancy franchise and no^artificial restrictions upon the choice of^the eft-dors. However ingeniously^framed the bill will enormously^strengthen tbe demand for home rule^snd mske tbs cr.iues set s more ridicu^^lous larce than ever.'' TheCsroaiefs presumes tbat ibe inten^^tion is to make the Irish franchise nar^^rower than the English. The i Voa.Wr^emphatically opposes any such policy.^Ireland, it says, is entitled to absolute^t quulity. UARDBLfcY'S)TRANSACTION!*. xp^r^ Uruwn Will BsM Absat tks Loans^Mads. Philadelphia.Aug. 11^ Tbe Bardsley^investigating cuiiimitleo of the councils^resumed work to-day. Lxiiert Brown te^^nded that tbe entire ib-llciency ol Hards-^ley to tin- city slid slut', ulter crediting^him Willi 1030,000, the amount of due bills^iu Ihe Keystone bank, was fai:t When^be was rt quested to give au nccouut of all^Bardsley s loans and payments of pul lic^moneys to individual, there waa consider^^able discussion, some of the coiiimitleu^fearing injustice might be done innocent^part es. Committeeman Ettlng, .aid he^wanted to kuow just what cttii -n bor^^rowed money Irora Hard.Icy after be Ih-^came oily treasurer, adding that he knew^the list of those who did so before hi.^election to that offleo was very small.^Il was finally decided lo allow llrowu to^give the report of all trauascliona in^which Hardslcy paid money lo others,^and he began reading an accou.it of^loaua. There are loo of these transac^^tions, ranging from #.'.'^ to tThe^exuerl bad not gotten far into the lengthy^statement when the committee look a re^^cess uutd Monday. Perhapsa lluuble Tragedy.^Lamol'SE, N. U . Aug. 11.^At Griswold,^Lamoure county, lb miles uorlh of here^last Sunday, Mra. Htrinan Boetter waa^burned lo death In her bed, her shanty^evidently having been fired. The bam^waa also burned, separately from the^bouse. Wilbelm Boetter, her father-ill-^law, is missing, slid il is thought lis may^tie in tbe rums of Ihe barn. Ilia believed^that Wilbelm .et lire to the dwelling alter^killing bis daugbivr-tu-law, and has taken^hia own life. AaotbsrIJuabs Kapaeted. Yl'ma,A. T., Aug. 11 -Ths dsily srn^vals troiu the region of Sonora, on Ibe^Colorado river, report tbe moat wonder^^ful changes Iu the topography and ap^^pearance of the couutiy cauaed hy the^recent earthquake. Tbe damage done^was principally to stockmen, who have^lost many cattle. Tbe Cocopah In^^diana are In ovy losers. The Indian, pre^^dict that another earthquake ia liable to^occur soon. Ni.wYork, Aug. 11.^A Port-au-Crince^diapatch says it is Impossible to any^longer conceal tbe fact that an epidemic^is raging bare. A sailor on board the^French man-of-war Uiore waa stricken^Willi a virulent fever a few day*ago. H-^died and waa al once buried. Others^among ihe crew of the vessel are down^with Ihe discusc. The dtictor prououucea^tbe disesae the aama M yellow fiver. AV.entry lor lbs Kulroada. Wichita,Kan., Aug. 11. -The suit^brought by the Wichita l.ive Stork Ex^^change againat tbo Atchison, Mtesouri^Pacific, Buck Island and Fnaco railwaya,^lo enjoin tbem from | u ting into effect^tbe rate on live slock iu excess of thai^ordered by the state !.. ar.l of railway^commiaaioner', r.-aulted iu a victory for^the roads. APaial liain H reek^Fobt Wayne. Aug. 11.^Early this^morning tbe pas.i tiger train north bound^crashed into a fre s'lil al llnaiit, lml. En^^gineer U.ck and Fireman llrowu of Fort^Wayne were ktlltd. Tbe engine and bag^^gage car ol the paaionger train and eight^freight cars were demolished. Tbe acci^^dent waa caused by a failure of the freight^crow to properly signal the passenger. ANOTHERDAYOF MISERY EicessifjHeat in lei York and Oiber Citiesof the Eisl PROSTRATEDBY THE DOZENS ThaMercury bizz aa Up Near the^IOO Point-Fearful bufferings^of Man and Beast^The Hot^^test in twenty Yeara. Nf.wYong, Aug. 11.^Ninety-four In ths^shad^ was registered by the thermometers^at noon to-tluy. This is the hottest day^of iim season ami the hottest Augual day^ill 10 years. Sunstroke lias carried off,^directly tir indirectly, a doien persons^during the laat Ji hours, antl the hospitals^sre M,, ,1 with others. Tbe suffering^rauaed by the heat ia intensified by a^plugiie of raoaquitoea. Al 2 this sfter^^noon a thunder storm relieved tbeoppres-^sivsnet* somewhat. At3:^J tbe thermometer had fallen^to Hi. I he rain cooled the sidewalks and^tiie houses and I r-aliened up things. Il^wss a welcome relief. All day on the^buainess streets, especially those where^horse cars run, it was piiitable to see the^.illfcringa of Ibo horses. Tbe animals^gave out on sll sides. Altogether tbe^tlsy wss one of misery for man and^bessL At Coney Island tbia afternoon^the murcery registered 03. He porta sent^out by the weather bureau do not give an^adequate idea of tbe intenaity of tbo^heal. When the thermometer in the ob^^servatory on the lop of the Equitable^building registers 92, il ia much warmer^than that ou the surface in the crowded^streets, between the high buildings,where^the heat is radiated from pavements anil^wails. Thermometers put on Uroadway^registered dMVretit degrees of beat this^morning, bul all were higher than tbe sig^^nal service thermometer. At 10 o'clock^the latter waa as degrees, while private^thermometers regiaU-rud 89 and over. A^large number of people found relief on^the piers and in Ihe parka to-day. Since^the rain this afternoon the suffering has^decreased greatly, and it is hoped that to^^morrow will bring complete relief. Duringthe L'4 hours ending at midnight^there baa been 40 rases of prostration, 11^of which were lautl. PiilLAiiF.Li'iiiA,Aug. 11. ^ Philadelphia^lead all cities of the United States yes^^terday, the thermometer standing ST.^Tins iiiorniug at a o'clock tbe thermome^^ter registered 80. At -:.U tin. afternoon^Ibe beat had reached 96 degrees. Bokhkntowk,N. J., Aug. 11.^Tbe ther^^mometer to-day ranged from 98 lo 99 de^^gree.. Plaims-ifi.ii, Conn., Aug. 11.^At noon^to-day the tin Milometer registered 104 in^Ibe shade. Farm bands were compelled^to stop work. WitKFi.ax,Conn., Aug. IL^To-day^lias been the hottest for 20 years. At noon^il wiis 10.1 in the shade. Several cases of^prostration are reported. The cropa are^drying up. I'mHtit ttu, Aug. 11.^Last night waa^one of tbe holiest of the year. At no^time did the mercury go below 75. At 11^o'clock the mercury waa B7. In down^town district, at noon the heat was so in^^tense it drove the people indoors. To-day^waa as hot as yesterday, but fewer pros^^trations are reported. Iu the mill, many^laborers bad to ipnl work. A storm about^2**10 tins afternoon cooled the atmosphere tos' iii'- extent. 1M INn an, Aug. 11.^Tonlay haa been^cooler. No si nous prostrations bare been^reported to-day. The max.mum waa 10,^reached ul _' p. in. Jf.wf.it( ity. Conn., Aug. 11.^To*iay^sua the hottest iu years. In sdditton to^nulla being eoanpells-g to slop on account^of the drought, Ihe farm binds and other^out-door labor, rs have been obliged to^stop work on account of the intense beat. St.I.ol ih. Aug. 11 ^A thunder atorm^tli.u visited ihe city this mom,i.g cleared^the line s| du re of ihe appreht nstveness^that ^nalod before the storm occurred.^A aoukiiig ruin accotiioanied the storm,^doing great damage to the crops and^ft int. To-uigbt Ih- weather is quite^la-arable. 1 be mercury iudicates 7^ e'e-^grees* GENUINE RAIN DOCTORS. i:s|r*rininla if Hi. Iir|iarlanent of Agra,^culture lu c.u.iug sbuwera. Mini.-.no,11 ia^ , Aug. 11.^The^I'mu-d Siates department of agriculture^rain fall eX|m-ihtioii has au fur made two^successful cxpcruii nts. tine of the^party in sn interview said to-day that on^Saturday utnl Monday preliminary trials^on the psrt of the rain making apparatus^was liatl. ami nh^ ut 10 hours after the ex^^plosion heavy clouds gathered and rain^fell over many miles of surface. We do^not think the explosions sclually^I reduced the storm, but they^were undoubtedly instrumental in^precipitating the moisture which the^clouds brought to thai locality and grt-axly^aaaiated the intensity of tbe storm. The^amount of precipitation waa greateat in^the vicinity of the operation. We will^continue to make tin- teata as to the^tleusiiy of lb.- utmosphere,so that b-nibs^may be adopted to mi-el every possible^condition. When stiflV-ieuily satisfied^u|mju these and similar point., a dcci.ivs^experiu ent will be made. The ram to^^day waa the Hrat good rain in this vicinity^for several months. AItistnep's Suit.ral.^La Cki'hsk, Wis,, Aug. 11.^The funeral^of IIshop Fiu-ch took place here to-day^under the direction of Archbishop Katser^of Milwaukee, assisted by several blah-^op- and 175 priest, from abroad. Three^thou-and people witness..,I the ceremon^^ies in the church and the proceaaion to^t lie cemetery was the largest ever seen^here. Irs..'t unsillallee. SaHAxtomio. Tex., Aug. 11.^Tbe peo^^ple of 'leias to tlay voted on a uumber^of constitutional smetidments in regard^to registration, acbool funds, rate of in^^terest, local prohibition, additional courts,^^ le. Returns are coiuing in very slow.^Advices ut a Late hour to-night indicate^all amendments bsvo been carried.