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ANACONDA,MONTANA. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, iSjt PRICEFIVE CENTS ACLEAR RIGHT-OF-WAY ConradFischer Cents to toe Rescu of^the People of itssonli THEFIGHT IS ON TO-DAY Whetherthe Bridge Will Occupy a^New 611* or Not to bo Fin^^ally Decldsd-A Liberal^Offer. Fpecadlo the Standard. Hissoin.Sept. 7.^Much comment^he* been called out by a card issued by^Conrail Fischer to-nigbi, as follows:^Tn the I'iUn iut f f the 1'Uy of MUv ula: (mini!tn the fan thai * great ileal has l^ rn^said about the trouble likely to be experienced^lo nhtaloiiw the riglit-of-wayarrosstlie Missoula^liver upon which lo build the budge, slim d Hie^tarn.' be located ou I he new bite, I desire tn say^as an ewnei of the land over which tne new she^runs wil ofler uo objection whatever lo^the but thug of the bl'ii'gs on^proinsul new bite, and further, that 1^win donate to the city a right or way across my^land free of c s. should the bridle be built on^lanl jnopos il new bile or a Miai-iht bridge. Hut^If i he bi idife t^ buiil on the present, sue with the^necessary add l.ou. I wil- ee l uuly cuutesl the^right of the city to build lite bridge Yours^respect fully.C. IMtsW 'ibislean i A. B. Hammonu'a land on^the island the only laud over wbicli Ibe^right-of-way will have to be secured, if^the new site prevails at to-mcrrow's elee-^ton, and it is not believed that Mr- Ham^^mond will make opposition and cause^delay, if ibe people decide in favor of the^new aite, aa bla interests, as well as tboee^of Ibe city, demand that the bridge be^built aa soon as possible. Various com^^ments have been made concerning to^^night's meeting. It was called by the^president if tbe Trade* Assembly aa a^in s; meeting for the discussion of the^britlge question. This afternoon, bow-^ever, circulars were issued without bis^knowledge calling for the present site^meeting at the same place and time. It^was in no sense a meeting of^labor organ nations. Tba speaker^presented arguments in favor of^the present silo as strongly as^possible, but made statements which^the straight bridge people believe to be^misrepresentations. Tbe uo ^new site^^advocates were called upon tn speak and^tbo statements went tuicon'radiclcd at^tlio time. Of tbe 75 men present, how-^rvvr, tbe most were decided ^present^situ'' men, who needed no arguments to^assist tin in in forming their opinions,^and most of the remainder were equally^strong new site men, who went merely lo^listen, so tlio number who were unde^^cided was extremely small, and tbey will^almost certainly see fit to examine some^of the strong statements made be tore ac^^cepting ilu in and voting ou tbetn. WORK OK A TOUCH. AGAINSTTHE^A Oini ef Ball~ FARODEALERS. atfii l.psburg Which^Was fur ^mood.^^Kpeclal to Ike Standard. PllUHBUta,Sept. 7.^Early this morn^^ing several small crowds were gathered^in different parts of Broadway street^holding whispered consultation), and it^was only after il iligenl ii uulry that it was^possible to find out the cause. It seems^that Fhilipsburg has about gone crsay on^has* ball, and tbe ^faro dealers^ had con^^cluded to organ i^ a nine lo p'ay the^^rounders'' aud if they were succesaiul a^delegation would go to Missoula^nest Sunday aud match a gam* with^the Missoulas. Twonty-flve dollars^was put up aud three kegs of beer pur^^chased, and promptly at I o'clock t he^game was called by Vmpire Connelly.^1 lie ^laro dealers'* weut to bat and made^10 runs, but tbe kicking was too heavy^for Council)-, and be resigned in favor of^Beoley, who was Utter replaced by^another. Hynca, tbe pitcher for tbo^gamblers, pitched out three men in tbe^llrst inning, but all got to first on passed^balls. Catcher Mingle did bis best, but ho^was unable to hold the erratic delivery of^liynes, who was relieved at the end of tbe^ion itig. At the end of the eighth the ^faro^dealers^ were 42 and the Rouudors 45. Tlio^llrst half of tbe ninth put tlio Rouudors'^scote M5, and the first ball thrown by the^Rounder pitcher was lost somewhere be-^weeuhtrjand Cable and tbo umpire^who baa evidently been tampered with,^decided the game against the gamblers,^and il was only by going to town at once^that he escaped violence. It is hinted^that Mike O Mara was hired not to play.^Tbe feature of the game was Kibble's^matchless base running. The outsiders^were very boisterous and meddlesome^and should have been suppressed by tbe^police. KILLEDBY A TRAIN, RobertCrawford Una I^own and Killed WhileDiuuk.^Special te the Standard. Spokane, Wash.. Sept. 7.^A well-^dreaed man, about SJ years of age, was^struck by a Northern Pacific train last^night and dragged for a distanco of two^blocks and dropped on the main street,^where he was subsequently found. The^rain men knew nothing of the accident^at the time, as the train was backing.^When found the man was still^live, although terribly mangled, one^arm aud ono leg being severed^ud a deep bole the iiiola man's hand^n tbe left side. Ho was removed to tlio^hospital, where be d ied a few hours later.^During the brief interview of conscious^^ness, be said his name was Robert Craw^^ford and that his father, James Craw'^ord, was a well-known eitiien of 1'iits-^burg. Pa. Crawford had evidently been^drinking heavily. AMan's Kye Ku^rkml Oat^Observance olLabor Dsy.^tier al to the Standard. (.1.1\ i Fu i^. Sept. 7.^A noted tough^of tins jilace named Harrington assaulted^one Van Kennedy last night in front of^the Bristol saloon, striking him in tbe eye^with a puir of knuckles. Kennedy's in^^jury is of a most serious eharacti r and^will result tn the loss of an eye, notwith^^standing most skillful surgical aid has^been rendered. The eye was forced from^tne socket and hung on tbe cbeek. Tbe^tough was arrested, and is in confine^^ment pending examination. Laborday was not generally observed^here, but tuose *^^ inclined put ill tbe day^bunting, lUh ng and picuickiug. The fee^tivities wind up to-night in a graud ball^IU the Cory block. Thellridg* l^usslluu.^rpeclal to Hie Mand.tld. Missoila,Sept. 7. ^ About 75^men assembled in the district^court room to-night in response to a call^issued for a meeting of those wbo favor^the bridge on the present site. F. A.^Wstkins was called to tbe chair aud,^after a few remarks, called on H. C. Stiff^to address tbe meeting. Mr. Stiff pre^^sented the ^old sue^ arguments in a clear^and forcible maimer, and was followed^by John L. Sloanc, E. M. Tower, George^B. Wilds and others, wbo presented dif^^ferent phases of tbo subject. ItWas Loaded. FlerlalIn the btanaard. Mirnoila,Sept. 7.^Willi* Bracken,^aged 7, ^ho lives on tbe school section^fi uiul a shotgun cartridge in a descried^raidii ibis afternoon and pounded the^end of it with a stone. The cartridge ex^plodeil and tore his right thumb badly^and peppered his face with shot, one en^^tering tiie left eye, whose sight will prob^^ably be destroyed. Dr. Coo was sum^^moned and picked out the shot and^dressed the wounds. Ho fears that the^left eye will have lo bo taken out to save^tbe other. AChill.'. Ueslll. aperta!In the bieudard. Mtssoil\, Sepu 7. ^ Willi* O'Connell,^in font son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. O'Con^licll, died of clioK-ra iiilaulum at Victor^to-day. The funeral will be utleuded^from the Catholic cLurch in this city to^^morrow afternoon. The child was a^nephew of 1^. F. Il.illalmi of Atiavottau M nnw.ua buuuil.^tu rial to tin- Manuald. OoittsT, t'tali. Sept. 7. - -Members of the^Molilalia Press association passed^through this city to-day ou their home^^ward bound journey, having apent an en^^joyable utile Hi the 1'iali capital city.^'J In y all is, pressed themselves as well^pleated with their trip, and are very en^thiisiastie ill their admiration of the^beautiful country which the territory pre' souls. miii llelurn lo i hi in*,^r pet la' ti the Manit.MiL III.i.i.n i, Sept. 7 - Judge Knnwles has^deciued that the i hinainen arrested as^they were being smuggled Into I boteau^couuty must be returned In China. They^will be taken to San Francisco and^shipped., ColonelHsil llead. FngTltiK*Monuoe. Va., Sept. 7.^Col^L U. Hui.i. United Mates Army, retire^died suddenly ihi^ morning. ltealwtby Hswlay. NewHavkn, Conn., Sept. 7.^Senator^Hawlay waa this morning shown a copy of^loot night's dispatches staling that be had^been at Cap* May conferring with Presi^^dent Harrison relative to acct ptiug the^place in his cabinet made vacant by the^resignation of Secretary Proctor. Ho a^asked if there was any truth in it. ^None^at all,^ be answered. ^I have not seen^tbe president slue* last May and he has^not sent for me. Tn* matter referred to^has not entered my mind and 1 do not^know that any of my friends have asked^for the place for me. KeystoneHank Clerk Arrested. PftlhADlLFlllA,Sept. 7.^The arrest of^another of the clerks in the looted Key^^stone bank on the charge of making false^entries in the ledger, took place this^morning. The prisoner is J. Frank Law^^rence, former y the individual ledger^clerk at the bank, wbo is t.ow serving^sentence ill tbe penitentiary for the share^be took in robbing tbe bank. Frank will^have a hearing to-morrow, until winch^time he will bo held in bonds of 110,000.^1 lie two othi r clerks will also have a^hearing then. TENNESSEL'sCONVICTS. Proposition or a Large t'eaapaiiy^I I -red 11, lor. iha Leg Is I si a ra Nashville,Tenn., Sept. 7.^The^chairman of tbe penitentiary n remittee^of the Tennessee legislature has received^a proposition from the Tennessee Coal^A Iron company which will be submitted^to the assembly Its.morrow. Tb* present^contract under its provisions would be^abolished; the lessees build a new prison^at tbo bead of the S quatchie valley,^under the direction of the stale, in wbicli^will be kepi prisoners not aid* to work in^the mines ; storkadee to he built for con^^victs in Marion, Bledsoe and Se^^quatchie counties, aud ahlebxlifd^convict* be worked in the Tennessee^Coal ft Iron company's mines in those^counties but nowhere else, the lessees to^pay tbo slate t.'bU.OQu for labor of the con^^victs during ih/^ term of or 30 years,^the state pay for the clothing, feeding,^transportation and guarding of convict*,^andgivethu leasees a site ou which the^present prism stands in th s city; the^lessees to give the stale 500 acres of land^with a new prison ou which partially dis^^abled convicts can raiae products for^their own consumption. Somo of the^legislators think tlio bill will paaa the^general assembly. INSANELY IN LOVc. ATonne Hector Kills Ibe Ore He Loved^and linn la'.cld.s.^Bloomimhon, 111., Sept. 7 ^Dr. Charles^K. Ballard ol Saybruok, 111., and Miss^Bertha Ison of Baker City, Ore., and^daughter of the late Judge Ison of that^place, were found dead this morning.^Doctor Ballard, a young physician, came^to this city Friday and ever siucc then^has been importuning Miss Ison, wbo^came here with her mother to attend col^^lege, to marry him. She thought much^of him, but begged turn to postpone tbe^event until after her education had been^completed. Th.sHin .ruing be appeared^at the house and had an interview with^Miis Ison in the parlor. While talkiug^with lit r lie pulled a revolver and shot^her twice, nine through tlio bead aud^heart, producing instant death. Thu^doctor then shot himself five times,^dying in a few minutes. AMONOTHE RACKS. At^ liieiuwstl. Ii.i c-inn ah. Stpt. 7.^On* mil* and 'JO^yards^Mean l.imugti won. Drill second.^Silver Dollar third. Time, 1:U^^. Onemilt^ Polk Badgett won, Bettie^Si Mini second, Nepth third. Timo, 1 :l'i'4 Oneinilo and bo yards^Out Cry won.^First Lap second, J. T. third. Time,^1:515*. Onemile and 70 yards Dr. Nare won,^Pnltsud* second, Phitora third. Time, 1it, FiveFurlongs^Falroo won, K. K. sec^^ond, Bob Toombs third. Time, 1 :U5J*. AOsversawst Established.^W amu No ton, Sept. 7.^The depart^^ment of state telegraphed to Minister^Kgsn Sept. 4 that if a government had^bean formed by th* congressional party^acceptal le to the people, be should recog-^in) It and open communication with its^head. To-day, the 7th inst., the depart^^ment received a telegram from Mr. Kgan^staling a provisional government had^been established on the 4lh inst., with^Jorge Monti a* president, and was uni^^versally accepted by the people, and that^he (Kgan) waa In very cordial communi^^cation with It. FrenchArmy Maneuvers. Paris,Sept. 7.^To-day's encounter be^^tween the opposing French forces was^very spirilsd. General Negriur made a^formidable attack with tbe whole strength^of the Seventh corpse, agaiust the posi^^tions of the Sixth corpj, under General^Jagout, who, believing the positions im^^pregnable, had refrained from bridging^ibe river at this point. Thu heat, how^^ever, became overpowering and General^Daussier, c^ mmaiidcrin-cliuf, stopped^the light. bupsmseriTrain R bberw.^Vis \ i.i a. Col., Sent. 7.^William Dal ion^aud Wiley Dean, who answer the descrip^^tion of the Cres train lobbeis, were capt^^ured late yesterday afteruoon about three^miles south of 1 ravers. '1 be sheriff is^positive they are the robbers and is con^^fident he will capture the third soon. Onlythe (sir's 11* lire. PAklft.Sept. 7.^At a banquet given in^his honor at Lnurdes to-day. Baron Von^Mohreliheiiu, Russian ambassador to^France, in his address ba d he was only^promoting the roar's wishes in desiring^an intimate union between ilussiu and^France. Mupi,,'. Met! ug. 11^c'sl to ti e standard. MissotLA,Si pi, 7.^Murpliv'* temper^^ance itn cling waa Urge lo-n ght- After^a st rring address by Mr Murphy about^100 persons signed the pledge. AUusmI tteceld Dayton,Ohio, Sept. 7 The stallion,^Roy Wiikea, Hotted a In i m ^ 111 -;1^^a half mile, muddy track, tu the presence^of a great crowd her* to-day. Attin Held fark.^('HlCAtiO, SepL 7.- S.x furlong*^Oketa won,Lai lord second, Adversity third.^Time, hint Onemile and an eighth^Drake won.^Renounce second, Sau Saba third. Tunc, Onemile t i.ii st K ice wen. Guildo sec-^otid. Prince third. Tune, 1: U'V Vivefurlongs^Unadileta wou. First^Day aecontl. Freedom third. Time, 1 M Sisfurlonp*^Red I.^o won, Oisl.te^second, Pow Wow third. Time, llHK tIne mile and an eighth^Argenlu w^oi.^Arundel secoud, Jed third. Time, llM^f. At^MMsssgtM i'ark. Cmi'AOO,S.-pl. 7 -Four furlongs^^Highwayman won, start second, Mary^Mac third. Tune, 1:33. Ninefurlongs^Klhel won, Dtingarven^secoud. Carter B. third. Time, 67. Sixfurlongs^Little Midget won, Annie^Martin second. Colonel Wheatley third.^Time, lilt Sixlurlougr- Law Carlisle won, Ivan-^boe second, I.-,idle third. Tune, 1:1^. BASEBALL YESTERDAY.^Kstional Leagne. AtBrooklyn- Brooklyn 21, Chicago Ii^first game; Kroeklyu H, Chicago 9, sec^^ond game. AtNew York - New Ynrk 6.Cincinnati 0 AtHuston Boston ! lev laud; both^games postponed on account of rain. AtNew York Morning gain ; 11 inn^^ings; New York 7, Cincinnati 8. AtPhiladelphia^rhiladelphia 1, Pills^burg 8, afternoon game; Philadelphia^Pittsburg 6, morning game. AmrncauAssociation.^At Washington - Washington 7, Colum^bus 15. AtBoston^lloston-SL Louis game uoi^pluycd on account of ram. AtPhiladelphia^Athletics 1, Milwati^kee AtBaltimore ^Baltimore 9, Louisville 6.^At Washington^Washington 3, Colum^bus 3. AtPhiladelphia^Athletics 6, Milwau^^kee 3. AtBaltnnrrc- Baltimore 7, Louisville 3 WORLD'SFAIR MATTERS AWait of Funds i Sonrce or Annoy-^ices to tbo Ccmmissloners. SOME REMEDIES PROPOSED Th*Government Will bs Applied to^lo- Relief Funds-Political^Bearings on the Situa^^tion Discussed. Clintun, Sept. 7.^The national Colum^^bian commission reassembled this mom-^nig. Tbe report of the committee on^awards, recommending the appo.mmeiil^of a commune of eight to have charge of^tlio award* of premium-, was adopted^alter being amended to mako the number^12 and w us referred to the judiciary com^^mittee to form rules and by-laws for Us^govt rnmetit. Commissioner Mercer of^Wyoming introduced a resolution setting^forth that the bureau of publication and^promotion lad scut out a statement Ibal^there would be several theatres on the^world's fair grounds to which separate^rbargeaof admission would ba made, and^di e aring it to be the eensu of the com^^mission that only one pnej of admission^I ^'^charged for everything on the grounds.^Tin- was referred to the committee on^judiciary. A committee of feur was ap-^p iiuied to prepare suitablo resolutions^touching the death of Cmmniasioiirr^Bingham of Washington. A M quest from^the board of lady managers lor permis^^sion to extond their session for one or^two days was granted. Tbecommittee on resolutions touching^the death of Commissioner Bingbhsm^mad^ a suitable report, and alter adopt^^ing it the commission udjourued until 3^o'clock. Atthe afternoon session a resolution^was adopted instructing the mcinbor* of^the commission lo labor with members of^congress in their respective slates to voto^lor the pro|^osetl government loan of^;.'^,l^^i ono. 'ibe fair committee on tariffs^and transportation reported that low^rates for visitors and exhibits would lie^made by the railroads of the country and^asked |^eniiissiou to rt quest from tbe^railroads passes for commissioners and^latly managers to and from commission^meeiiiigs, IBM saving a large in in of ex^^pense. Tbe report was adopted.^I lie committee on Judiciary re^^ported upon ibe recommendation of^the auditing committee in regard to thu^piospi cttvf deficit in the commissioner's^appropriation for the current year. Tl.c^auditing committee recommended that^tbo salaries of President 1'aimer and Virt-thalrnian Mclveni e of 11 each becut iff; thai f.'10.0 be taken trim th^salary of the director general, and that^the April meeting of iho commission be^postpooed until July, in order to avoid^the expected deficit. CommissionerSt. Clair of West Vir^^ginia closad for judiciary committee in^lavor of borrowing tbo dirt dory's^money. He said tbo auditing committee's^proposition to cut off the vice-chairman's^salary but not the director-general's, that^would be taken up by the South as a po^^litical move. Ho hoped the commission^would see the mistake in such action.^Commission! r Butt, St. ClaT'scolleague,^wbo is a republican, ol j eled to the inli^^nation that politic, had anything to do^with the salary f-ulting report. Vice-^I bairmali Mi K-lilie decided l.i.l (hi u year^lo much for the office which had no du^^ties. The funds threatened to give out.^1 lie only way tu avoul n deficit was to^cut Cow ^^ needless ixi discs. Judge^i on-ley of Minnesota said il^locked as though the v.co-cliair^man's salary was to be continued^because the cominissioti feared lo offend^tbe South or some political party. Il was^dishonorable of I lie rominirsion to think^^f borrowing money. Commissioner^Walter appealed lo the speakers lo drop^politics; he offered a substitute for till^pending motions, which was adopted 61^to 7, referring the whole matter to tbe^board of reference and control. In effect^the latter body is authorised to borrow^133,000 of the directors if cougress fails to^appropriate th* money to meet tbe coin^niitsion's dcllciency. All official salaries^continue Ar'KAIKtt IN MfeXICO. tie*.emla'.iga**^Sinux City^Strut City ti, Omaha 1.^Kiusas I ity- K nisas City H, Denver 3 Al ata! IJuarrrL SanFramim ^^, Si pi. 7.^In a restaur^^ant quarril this morning between Saline. I^Mom, a police ^ Hi i-r, and Cornelius^Kelly, tbo latter struck Molt, who car-^r.etl an injured arm in a sling. Janus^Dwyer, a Southern Pacific switchman,^remonstrated ^itls the officer and blows^followed. Kelly received a severe scalp^wound and several bruises, while Duycr^wss shot throitgli the leit leg and alslo-^tnan. '1 he latter wound will probably^prove fatal. K lly was charged with as-^sau,t to ti.up' r, lint furnished }3 ^^' bail,^being confined to his room from the^tffi'Cts of the I.rati n a Jmiuistcrcd by^Dwyer, with a Per glu ^ Dwyi r was^c harged with MMMM with a deadly w ea^^pon. IIi La a fl o r... LoKDOX,Sept. 7 ^A dispatch lo Ibe^Times from S.i.gaporo says: Shanghai^telegratna state that the imwers ure ton^^ing China to recognise the Shanghai^armed volunteer-, a bouy wh.ch has ex^^isted for a long time under sutTraw**,^Chung Jov, governor of Sbang lung, is^dead. He probably would have I - ^ no-^viceroy if lie bail lived. WANAM A K EH INDIGNANT. Afterth. lUpsrter Whs Sua the tmsll^Ti wii Fres-Del.vi-rr Was a fadara^Wa^h 1 s i.ton, Sept. 7 ^1 he postmaster^general was indignant when ho learned^thai, during his absence on vacation, an^111-1nformed clerk in on* of tbo bureaus^of Hi* posti fflce department bad given^cut false information to the press, that^free-delivery experiments in small towns^was not a success. He csu-cd an exam^^ination of the latest reports from MM^experiments to !^^^ made and found that^they were succeeding beyond his most^sanguine expectations, and in a way ut^^terly to conlound the critics of the e x-^per inunt. It is already an established^fad, it is stated, Ibsl the increased reve.^mi.' lit those nffl *es where the frei-deliv-^cry t xperiinent is on trial, slmost pays^for the increased rx|tcnditures, and it is^i.oped by juJ clous mail Igelllellt thai, on^an average, the t xperniient will entirely^pay for itself. As si me uf the offices more^than do that. AKRY EASY GRADE AnEasy Route for a Railway From BoiseCI y to Belts. HAVEBEEN OVER THE: FIELD CRLATtD A feLNSATION. Ba ItWill ks a Ureal tsaxsa Usui -Rrcprec-^Itv With the fulled Ntales. ClIVor Mix. ii. Sept. 7^A number^of thu govcriiora of states are expected to^arrive here and panic.pate in ibe prcsi-^dent'a feaat Sept. 16, and lniUl soldiers^will probably take part in the sham battle^which is to be fought on that day. Mexicowiil divide her Central^American mi-sinn as the United .Mules^has don*. Mr, Lymsntour, appointed by^this government to arrange n cipnx iiy^with the United Slates, la a V' ry able^man and favorably inclined toward that^country. Thef'iiirrrstt/r, a semi-oflt' ial organ of^ti.e government, says th'} officer of the^famous Soppi-ur (l b* Crack i r gum tit is^accused ol having ordered a soldier^hi aim to death. rapy^^^ s^^ueraie^i.^ST. PAUL, Sept. 7.^The r.a-urr /Vest^has a It tier from Consul General L-on-^ar 1 of Sliungbai r' gardiug the Sin l-'r.in-^i isco dispatch in wb ch Collector I'helps f thst city was quoted as charging the^consul at Shanghai with collusion in a^scheme of issuing fraudulent certificates r passtMirta to Chinaiueti leaving that^P ^rt for Ibe I'mted Slates. I', aj pcarcd listno rlnr.-i ^ were entered at Washing^^ton aga list the consul general, ami it was otistquenlly divclopcd in Salt 1' rancisco^that tbe frsudti cnl certificates or pus -^ports in question I ore the forgeil imits-^tion of tne consular ststrn or seal, snd^the consul tlieielore was wholly freed^^ri m tbe imputation originally cast by^i db-clor PlKdps. A stsmped |-tter from^Mr. Leonard is uu i mpliatic denial of tin^charges. I'Jared by Dynamite,^^ clal lo the Miiliilnl IuauoClTT, Sept. 7-orge liall, a^miner iu tbe euitdoye of Henry Whitney^al i*ioue*rville, was badly injured this^eveuiug by an explosion of dynamite.^Tu* particulars sre not known here. Al .Morels Maa feasts His Life by^ylodlng a Dynsatll* Cartridge.^San KrakciSi o, Sept. 7.^F. la I aroln^registered at the 1'iescolt house this^morning as William V. DcYoung of^Fnano. Shortly afterward an explosion,^which shook the buddings in the neigh^^borhood, attracted attention lo Ilia room,^and it was found he ha I commuted SSI ^^rule by exploding sdynamite bomb, II s^remains were scaltrreil all ovi r tbe room,^and one of hia arms was found in the^street. Tile windows aud plastering were^broken and furniture damaged. Tho^dei eased had been working i n a ln.it^farm nsar Fresno. He told it iiuuiImt g|^persons bare that he intended taking his^life ss he wanted to create a sensation^for the newspapers, but in a note to tbo^coroner which ho left, giving hia ago as^41 years and binhplace as Holland, he^ssys he committed suicide In-cause life^was not worth living. Aliussian timer Arrested. Calcutta,SepL 7 General Altkbon-^off, the Well-known Kit siau i i ltilnalider^and diplomat, has been arrested at ^ a^bill, the capital of Afglisnietatt. He is^charged with being a spy in thecmnloy of^the Ktissian government. Goncrul Alik^honotr was captured while disguised as a^Moslem devotee. It is claimed in bis I te^^ll sit that he is no lunger in Hie employ of^the Russian government, as he was re^^cently dismissed from the military post^which be bold in tbe csir's serv.ee. Il is^probable that stern measures will Is^^taken by the ameer of Afghanistan ill tho^case of this important p-lsouer, who is^considered by the liritish authorities as^one of the most daring.astut ^ and danger^ous men in the llussi.ui service. WillIgnors I its jet she. Call^i HlLAIiri.t-lllA, S^pL 7.-The officers^of tho Irish N ational league in this city^at a conference meeting yesterday th^cnled to ignore President Fuszerald'a^circular calling lor a national convention^to ba held in Chicago October 1. Among^the reasons assigned lor ignoring thocull^are: First, that the tune has not yet ar^^rived lor a convention until the Irish^leaders oil th ^ other sido are uniietl; and^s^ comity, tho local leaders hero believe^It Is a plan of Filigeruld's and Alexander^Sullivan's to have tbe convention held in^t Incago to have themselves elected ofll^cers. MalleluaIB Trouble. SanFrancisco, Sept. 7. The Associ^ated I'ress correspondent fr- in Ssnim^slates Ibsl Ibe country is in a state of^great unrest. Matafa is still at Malic^with three or four liuuured men, and las*^sent out messengers again to raises parly^tn bts behalf. Il is generally understood^that the government la only awaiting the^arrival of an Rtigiiib war ship lomakc a^joint demonstration agauist the natives^and to punish thus* who refuse to obey^Malielo*. I nless some action is taken^without delay there will probably lx^trouble. Tile great causes of complaint^ar the way lb* salary list is climbing u|^and the currency quasi ion. ALocal .* sjuallbla. I'HILAtirl.PHIA, Kept. 7.^ After i^lengthy confetence to-day between Dis^trirt Attorney tirs lum, t ity Tieastire^Wright slid Auditor General McCain^mailt, in regard lo the alleged detection^of fivo mercantile appraisers, I'aiton^Craw ford, Htiutch. Ilourtman and Hell^Met aniinaiit nob fled these persons tha^tbey were suspended from . nice | eiulin,^t lamination of the charges made agains^th, in. City Treasurer Wnghi indorse^on a letter that lie lain veil the ordt^should lie one of tltamistal. not suspen^sion, basing hia belief on the i-valvule i^his (sosscssion. Heathat fcea.^San Fbamciwo, S pt. 7.^The Koya^Tarr from Australia anchored in ipiaran^line yesterday inoriiiug, rt porting fiv,^and scurry on board, uud tin* capi.hi^snd first mat* both dead. Tho vosse^left Sydney last March. In July all lo r^stores gavo out and since then ull her^rrew had lo live on was tea and Hour.^'Ibe appearance of the crew is frightful.^Some ure toothless, and others are pute^^and scarred with g.ingrien. It is belivvet^thai the lives of all will lie sav-d. Italianliiimigr.ml.. Ni.wYohk, Sept. 7. -A rorreipondeti^writes Iroitt San Juan del Norte thai tin^govt rnor of N icsragtia has issued ortleri^to Ihe governor of thai port no: to allow^Italian iuiniigralits to disembark miles^their ri spi cttihility is tfllcislly vouchetl^lor. The corresisotidf nt is of the opinion^this restriction of Italian itiuti g aula^ill violat.on of the tria'y lietweeu N.cara^gua aud Duly. HeMa. Itclgu Onawa, Sept. fi^1st the remmons to-^Jay Sir J,..in Thompson read letters ex^ehaiigid between Mr Hector Laugevti^^Ml Premier Abbott. In big correspond^etice Sir Hector asks that bis rcsiguaiioi^lie considered lltial. and I'remn r Abb ^tt^in reply, says he will lay his resignation^beloro the governor goner il. Ilsie I ^11, i^ Id SanFiiaNi imo, Sept. 7.^ United States^Circuit Judge Lorenio Sawyer u dauger-^i usly ill of biourhtti*. What a Member of tha United^States Crtosrraohical Survey^Parly Has tobay-ltMay^b^ built. Specialto I he Wan. lard. Hiii.set try. Idaho, SepL 7.^W. T.^(irtswold, who is in charge of the Idaho^division of the L'liititl Slates geological^urvey, has just returned to llmse. For^thu last no mil he has been with a party^of eight under charge of K. T. I' rk it is.^r, who arc making geographical maps^f the Rajsj i'ooth range of uinuulatns and^the territory lying to the west. He ex^^pects to leave lioiso in a lew days and^^tn the other tl.vision of the geologiral^urvey in charge of S, W. P. Tr jwbncgo^r., now working on the Upper Squaw^reek and the si.nth end of Long Valley.^Mr. Griswold re|^orU that thcro wdlb* no^n nolo m lliiiiiug a practical railway^ri lite iti almost a direct lino fr.iiu li use^^ .^ulinoli City and thence to Unite. Il^will be impossible to state thu^xact grade of such road un^^it tho geographical ttiapa of^The Saw Ti otli range and tho headwats^era of the Hutse and 1'ayeHo rivers are^completed, hut ho intimates thai the^grade w ill lie low and very litiie rock^oi k required. Thosupremo court of Idaho opened^lore to-day, hut little business was done.^After Hearing a lew motions and actling^case for boar,ug on to-morrow tbe^court u^i j lurned. AN IRRIGATION CONVENTION. Hundredsliitherlug ISJSSJBJ All l^rts of^the ttssl-Largest t.*^-r Meld, r-tn-l.ilto the standard. SaltI.aki:, Sept. ^.- J. W. Stevens of^No. C7oS nth Fourth Last street, a resi-^letit of tins city for several years, died al^M o'clock th s morning from the effects of^injuries received iti a runuway accident^Friday morning last. Ills injuries were^mainly *k ut the head ami he di-.d of con^^cussion ol tne brain. Thelocal committee on arrangements^are actively making preparations for^the reception and entertainment^f ih^ del,gale's to the great irrigation^convention, which meets in this city ou^Tuesday, the 1 eh itisl.tut. Tins conviu*^Hon will utidtJiihit-dly he one of the most^important uirairs of its kuul ever held,^and invites die attention and considera^^tion of Ilia i- .tne and region of tho^United Slates. Thogovernor of California has just^appointed a lull tp-iota ol delegates fioui^that stale, and it is stated l.ohU lo -.(JOU^delegates ami oile r persons intcreslid in^irrigation w ill be in attendance. b.^ LABORDAY AT BOISE CITY. AM. nun. Hi Misting tu Ills I.srnlng ^lu-^lereslltoa -I'ldrsMll 11,-1. tri ed. tillSI le III MsliUallL IUiihkC'ltV, Sept. 7 -Tho no misers of^ihe t atpenters' iiiiion, notwithstanding^the fact that Labor day is not a legal^holiday ill Idaho, retebrat* il lure to^^night at H o'clock. GimiI Ti miliars hall^wss well tilled and tiie audience waa well^entertained for an hour I y J. T. Jones,^Mrs. Newloii and W. 11. liorub. Mr.^Jones delivered an uddress, in a hirh ho^pointed out the liicessily of careful^orgauisatieti in tlio various Isbcr^unions, a'.d unity of action iu^their -tiug/le Willi capital. Mrs. Newton^n ad ^llnprisoia il li r D bt,^ with much^f, cling, which was highly uppit riaietl by^her In an ri. Mr. llorali was then intro^^duced, and for llfleeii or twenty minutes^ill an eli ipielit and llupressivo inuunvr^pointed out some uf the i listing evils of^the tluy. '1 bo Juvenile brass baud of^Boise played uscltctiou ul the close uf^each address. Crop,la Itutsla ' ST.I*^.TKIt.-Bl i:i., ^ept. 7. -The pros-^pec is tor a good harvest ill Caucasus are^splendid. T he government has reduced^by MJ per cent, li e rat. s upon cereals^transport'd on Caucasian railroads in^order lo facilitutu the conveyance ot^grain from one part of the country lo ibe^other. It la titieialiy announced there^are largo reserves of rye stored in tho^gruiiertes of the Baltic province of Livo-^ti.a and thegovei uor of that province baa^offered lo lend a million pounds lo iho^pioviuccs which find themselves ilt tlcieut^m their supply of ryo owing to Had crops^or other reasons, Ibe lean lo he restored^lull harvest. 1'-^asaiits i ir t our.and, an^^other of the Baltic provinces, have made^a similar ehTer. ll-llrvi'df'l.ut I.i ^|ieasibll tr. I'hii.aph.I'Hiv, Sept. ^.^William T.^Mi K an, lor mote than .^'^ years man.^aging editor of the I'vhtu- l. djrr, retired^'^ssiay, ami was succeeded by L. Caid^IP,vis. Mt K-'ati will coutitiue on tiie^statf at full iiay and will write oicasioual^ediloriuls, Ian w.ll be reLeved fr- iu the^responsibility of ma uaagiiig. ilia i^n-^uouiicemetit is uiadi* thai G .'org* W.^Childs will Inuiself hereafter be t'dttor-in-^chief. Onlrredlo Hawaii.^Wasiiinuion, Ss'pl. 7. ^ Secretary^Tracy tins allernooti utueil orders for^the I'oittd States ship l'etisacola, now at^San Francisco, to proceed al once to^Honolulu. The slate of ulfairs at the^Hawaii is .ut 1-, resulting from the death^of the prince consort, is such that tbo^pri eence Uo re of an American man-of-^^ar is regarded as necessary lo guard^American interests. BSSBSBtSJSS ii. to, is TounNTi!.Sept. 7 ^ Forty families of^destitu e ilobrews urr.Vsil Here last night romM uitrval and alter being caretl for^during the intervening lime by the Jews^of tins city, were lu-dey forwarded to^Buffalo ami other po uts in the United^^siaua. Lach family was supplied with o.^ 1 for the journey aud a suiall sua ^at^money.