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ANACONDA,MONTANA. MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26, xS^t. PRICBFIVE CSNT8. CAUSEDBY PROSPERITY GreatFills Sadly la Reed of Ion CommodiousSchool Houses. ERECTING NEW BUILDINGS DoingsIn Flnanelal Circlee-Bur*^llngton Railroad Surveyors-^Great Northern Shops^^Tha Barker Mines. EpcrlalIn the standard. Grf.atFalls, Oct. 25.^It is expected^thai ilie liiio new brick school building^on the south side will be completed in a^few wo ks. Work on the second building^has already been commenced and wdl bo^pushed with all possible speed. This^structure will be situated on the north^aide. With three la rite, two-story brick^school bouses, this citjr will be prepared^to train a vast number of pupils. For^some lime past trouble has been experi^^enced tit this direction from the fact that^the Central school building baa been^oTercrowded with children. About two^weeks ago it was found necessary to se^^cure another school room. Rooms ware^ranted in the court house budding.^Teaciiers were secured and everything is^running along smoothly, though these^rooms ure a littlo too crowded. An idea^ran be formed of the state of affairs at^the ( en Ira i school when there was up^^wards of 400 pupils in the building at one^time. Ihe children in the primary classes^on ly attend school a ( art of each day.^half of them in tha morning and^the other half in the afternoon. This^trouble has all been caused by the rapid^growih of this city. A year ago all tha^children in the city could have found^ample school 'accommodations, but now^things ure different. All this trouble will,^however, bo remedied in a lew short^weeks. The systt m of teuchiug adopted^in tl o tel.ools here is said to bo of the^vi ry highest older by ptople who know^whit tney arc talking uboui. The teach^^er, haveull had long experience and havu^the let pec t and esteem of their pupils.^The children take deep interest in their^studies, and through the care and watch^^fulness of Sui^crinteiideni Banks every^^thing is i mining like clockwork, notwiib-^standing tho tact that both teachers and^pupils are laboring at a disadvantage.^Great Falls i-eople should rejoice In the^fact that they will oon have :aci ities for^teaching the ycuug whieb will be second^to none in the slate of Montana. Theattraction at the Park theatre dur^^ing the pan week was a good one, and^has draw n crowded lit uses each evening.^An eiiii re change of programme will be^math- dur nig ihe coming week. A spec^^tacular burlrique. entitled ^Andomious,^the Sculptor.^ will lie produced. TheNow York Phi lharmonic club will^civo one of Is superb concerts at tbo^Park hotel in this city next Saturday^evening, October 31, the proceeds of the^eiitertninmciit to bo used for tbe benefit^of the huihling fund of the new Congre^^gational churcu. LodgeNo. 211, B P. O. E., is progress^^ing finely. The order in this city hss^only been organised a few weeks, and^yet the Klks have a strong membership^list which is being increaseJ at each^meeting. It is understood that tbo initia-^loll fees will herninil in a short time.^The social sessions are highly enjoyable,^it is said. Severalcarloads of ore are shipped into^thia city each week from Barker and^v.cmiiy. A number of tbe mines sit^^uated at Barkc r arc said to be very rich,^at d their worth Kteadily increases, will)^additional development. It is said tbat^tie- shipments to tbe smelters hare will^bo hugely increased in the next month^or two. S.V. Carter, cashier for tha banlware^firm of Hotchkiss A Hawkina of this city,^was married in Waahtngton, D. C, last^Monday to Miss L bh e Swift, daughter of^Colonel Swift of the United States signal^teiv.ee. air. and Mrs. Carter will arrive^here Sunday. They will reside in tins^city pt rmatiently. Tbeaurveyoison the Burlington route^aro working towards this city from Arm-^inton and will probably reach here in^uhout three weeks. It is almost an as-^eurrd fact that the Burlington company^will e xiend its line to this city nest year.^Great Falls is rapidly becoming a rail*^road center ill tins state. Theciiy jail has been undergoing a^thorough system of renovation during tbe^past two mouths. Tho walls, which were^found to be in a dilapidated condition,^were torn down anel nrw ones erected.^Many much needed manges have also^been made on the interior of tbe building.^The work will he completed in a few^days. J.W. Corneliti, has decided to erect a^fine house nn Fourth avenue, north. The^building will be of the latest style cf a rein,^texture and will cost when completed up^^ward] of $5,000. Construction work will^be commenced in a tew days. TbeTod building at the corner of Cen^^tral avenue and Second street north, is^nearing completion, and when finished^will lie cue of the finest structures in the^Northwest. The building is aix storiee^high, the walls of grauite. Carpenters^are at present engaged in roofing Ihe^budding and doing work in tho interior.^A large flagstaff lias been erected on top^of the massive structure. V on. on the Great Northern car shops^It being puxli^d with all possible speeel.^Tho round bouse is alreaely well under^way und will be completed iti a sbori^time, when the building of the shops^proper will be burr ed through. IsSBSBSBIAppropriations.^Was-UINi-ioH, Oct. 25.^ Captain Rogers,^commissioner ot the world's fair in Brit^sd, states in u letter that among the esti^^mates presented congress by the govern^^ment was an item, e qual to'550.00U Amer^^ican gold, for the purpo.-e of making the^best display of Ihe resources, products^and industries of tl. it country at the Cn -^cagu ^ xi..bit; ^n. This am 'tint is in^^tended for the fcder.il e-xlnbii, and is in^addition to the appreipriations of the va^^rious states for their respective exhibits,^which have beet, very liberal. MISSOULAM.LANGE. What Interests a^m^ of Use a per la^A DagFactory,^cpectal is tbe Standard, Mlt.soi.la,Oct. 26 ^Before Ihe fight be^^gan on Thursday evening It waa an^^nounced tbat L*q Kirrhlin of Spokane,^known aa tbe ^Sailor Kid,^ would chal^^lenge tbe winner. Kircblin is said to bo^a pretty good man, lighting *t 119 pounds.^Callahan, the ^Cneur d'Alene Spider,^^aaid after tbo fight that be wcultl cer^^tainly accept bis challenge. He said tbat^ha would fight wherever tbere was money.^Ha don't seem to think much of Missoula^aa a sporting town, for the proceeds from^tbe fight were only about 1125, which ho^says is not worth taking chances for. He^says be cau get a purse of liOO put up in^tbe Coaur d'Aleues, where he is known. SaulHall, who manages Kirchlln, was^In tbe Mascot during tbo fight and after^it. Ho is a colored man. Ha says ho^brought ont George 0 xon, Ed Burny anil^tbe ^Black Spider.^ He tights at 120^pounds or less, ai.d says be is willing, to^meet any man in Montana, black or^white, at tbat weight. Ha haa no money^to put up on the light, however, and has^no friends here upon whom be could call^to back him. Tbogeneral opinion of Thursday^night's fight aaems to be tbat it waa^^rotten.^ It waa on tha square, but the^men were not matched. To all appear^^ances tbe ^Omaha Kid^ bas no more^business to attempt to fight the ^Coeur^d'Alena Spider^ tban to tackle a heavy^^weight. Naturally the ^Snider^ made^quick work of him. After the first fight^be said be had not beau in condition and^thought ha could beat tha ^Spider,^ but^be did not do nearly as well on tbe sec^^ond fight as on tbe first. TbeMascot baa been giving a good^show during tbo past week. Waldo Whip^^ple's dancing waa the beat feature, EdMerrier, who runs the Sideboard, is^also running what Policeman Keim call*^a ^dog factory.^ With his own dogs and^those owned by Jim Hater, the day bar^^tender, ha baa 18 at the Sideboard, and^it keeps him and Jim and E l Rhode)*, tba^night bartender, busy to take care of them^iu addition to their regular work aa mix^^ologists. MISSOULANOTES. atlaorBsppsalags ol Interest la tbe Gar-^don City,^r I eci^l le tbe Standard. Missoula,Oct. 25.^About S o'clock^this morning a painter named Jim Smith^got into a row In ^No. 63,^ a coon diva on^tha row. Officer Btindour who was^passing, undertook to arrest him. Smith^waa tough and strong aud resisted, and^Blindour clubbed him with his oana. Ha^gave him several scalp wounda and then^Smith got bold of tbo can* and Blindour^bit him with his flat. Several other^officers appeared and put tbe nippers on^biro and took him to tba eity jail. Ho^waa shortly taken out and taken to^Or. Billmeyer who aewed up his bead and^aent him to tbe Slaters' hospital. He left^there this morning and waa out all day^till rearrested to-night, because bo had no^bonds. Friends soon went bis bail aud^be is now at liberty. As usual some per^^sons said tbe officers was unnecessarily^rough, but men who were there say ho^gave Smith what he deserved. MilesMix left thia morning for a aix^weeks' visit at Salt Lake. Ho may go to^Southern California before returning. WsOaMurphy returned from Riverside^this morning. GeneralManager W. S. Mellen of tbe^Ne rthern Pacific, went through hereto^the East in bis private car this morning. LittleMiaa Helen Simpf celebrated her^10th birthday witb a party this afternoon^at which 10 of ber young friends were^present. She entertained them royaly^at games and a fine lunch, after which^they took a driva through tbe city and^were taken home. She rocived many^beautiful presents, including a handsome^gold watch from her parents. WilliamWinters of Butt* is here. O.C. Cooper, wife and children of^Grantsdale arrived from Spokane this^evening on their way home. TheyWere Aaaerleaa Culseas. RioGrand* City, Tex., Oct 26.^Tbe^two men shot Oct. 10 by order of General^Garcia, because of their alleged revolu^^tionary proclivities, are now known to^have been Juan Basan and Jose Angel^Vara, and it is almost settled they were^American citisens and voters in this^country. What they were doing in Mex^^ico at the time is not definitely known,^but tbe American consul at Mats moras^is making thorough investigations. These^are a very few of a number executed by^Garcia very summarily. ASocialist Krpabtle.^Paris, Oct. 25.^The iHttumitgent to^^day publishes a communication signed^by La Sont and Roche, members of tbe^present chamber of deputies, and Micb-^aelin and Piantcau, former members, as^well aa a number of well-known revision*^ists, announcing tbe formation of a league^aiming to establish a socialist republic. Boulangerand Morphisi*. Paris,Oct 26 ^It baa Just transpired^Boulanger was terribly addicted to the^morphine hsbit. Tbe most dramatic in^^cidents of his life were passed while un^^der tho influence of hypodermic injec^^tions. It is also ascertained Mine. Bon-^nemain was a victim of the drug. HiWas Well rises). NewYork. Oct. 35.^Isaac Trrkowsky,^a Russsian Jewish immigrant, when ques^^tioned by inspectors at tbe landing bureau^to-tlay as to his financial ability to take^care of himself, greatly surprised tbe^officials by producing 116,000 in cash aud^$25,103 in letters of ere lit. C,itil, er* vs. Barlceislsr*.^Mrr al in the standard, Boef.man.Oct. 26 ^Tne gamblers and^bartend rs played a game of ball here^to-day; score, 16 to 18 in favor of the bar^^tenders. Alter the first snd second in^^nings both sides playeJ ball, neither side^making a run for four innings. HirseIralnrr Dead PAltia.Oct. 26 ^Fred Carter, an Ameri.^can trainer for the well-known horse^breeder and turf man, Paul Aumont of^Chantilly, died there of typhoid fever yes^^terday. Carter came here from Boston. NOT A SMALL business^Heai'quartrra far ^Ursea Coasts^ t'a-^eerthosl ia New York Ciiy. NiwYork, Oct. 25 ^ Central cfBee de^^tectives have just unearthed tbe head^^quarters of ibe ^green goods*' business^in this ciiy together with a cipher rode,^books of refcrencr. lists of names and^somo 6,000 letters received from people.^In every state in the union. They havo^also arrested Frank brooks and Terratiro^Murpbr, bead operator- and leaders in^tile business. They also learned tbe com^^bination had just sent out 50,000 circulars^and letters preparatory to their winter's^work. Inspector Byrnes baa Ibe names^of tbe people to whom circulars were ad^^dressed, and will look after furthor cor -^rcspoodence in his own way. Amongtbe many loiters seliael is otto^from Superintendent Roid of tbo ^Home^Stock Farm.^ Alpiue, Ind. He encloses^160 for which he was to receive (660 in^green goods. Heaikstbat they bo ex^^pressed to bun at ( Jiinorsvillo. and^naively aaye: ^I presume it wouldn't be^wise to attempt to pass them on the^banks. Tbe United States treasurer^lives at Conncrsville. He recently re^^signed, you aro aware, but he would ha^apt to be very shrewd and well posted,^would ho not^'' RACINGAT OSBORNE. Wallaceiaorti Hump Tholr Moaey on Thou-Favorite.^Special to tha Standard. Wallace,Idaho, Oct. 25.^The quarter^mile horse rare between J. M. Harris'^Antelope of \\ allure, and Stokes * Co. s^Dollir, w Inch was run this afternoon at 0.borne, was very largely attended, not^^withstanding ibe weather being very bad.^Wardner, Wailacj and Mullan were well^representee! und no little excitement was^manifested on both sides. Mullan and^Osborne barked Stokes' Dollie, while^Wallace came to the front on Antelope.^Harris' boras was ridden by Glen McK inley 01Wallace, and Stokta efc Co.^s by a party^from Horse Plains not known, but it was^supposed be understood bis business.^The trsck was not good but the horses^finally got a good start tcgetbor for^about 410 or 500 yards when Dolli* began^to gam on Antelope, continuing todoao^all the way through, coming out at the^finish with good daylight between.^Harris seemed to do bad work, as he^Hied to tske tin all the track. Tuere was^fully HJM or tl.KO changed bands and^some ol the Wallace hays came back til a^evening a little worso for tbe wear. Dllbia'sVo.os Hoard.^Dublin. Oct. 15^ John Dillon ad-^dressed a delegation of workingmsn at^Dundalk yesteiday and made a Battering^appeal for their support. Ho dilated upon^tbe stipulation of trying to quarrel witb^England after all the trouble and time^tbat has been ccrupied in securing friend^^ship. A terrible thing to ask of Ireland,^with ber steadily dwindling population,^is to break with Gladstonr, at tbo ri-k of^postponing home rule another decade. If^Ibis spirit of faction ia permitted to^spread, before two yeara are over they^would have as many parties as the re sre^such member', and be in tbe same posi^^tion as 16 years ago, when every man was^for himself. AYoisag Colored Flood. Qukf.nI'll y, Texas, Oct. 25.^Near here^yesterday Lee Green, a IS year-old negro,^shot and killed Mrs. Lowe-, tho wife of Ins^employer. He threw tho body into a well^and threw her 7-ycai-old daughter and^4 year-old hoy in alter her. Then to make^sure of them be threw down awash kettle^and some timbers. Tbe little girl was^killed, but the boy escaped unhurt. '1 he^negro stole a horse and M0and started for^Arkansas. A posse of men are pursuing^him. Against bupsrsllt lous. Paris,Oct. 25 ^ Pere Hyacinth*, in an^address to-day before an immense audi^^ence, including many senators and depu^^ties, condemned the superstitious abuses,^stash as Gourde's vision and tbe boly^coat, and made a vehement attack on^the pope's temporal power agitation as^inconsistent with his priestly office. He^said tba pope would do well to hoed the^will of the Italian people and submit to^the country's laws. Tbe address was^loudly applauded. I'ras field lu Kansas.^Kansas City, O -t. 25 ^A prige fight^took plsct to-night just across the state^lino in Leavenworth county, Kansas, be.^tween Nelson Olden of ibis city and Pas*^Moore of St. Paul, for 1600. Moore was^declared tbe winner at the third round.^He bad tha best of tbe fight from the^start, drawing first blood and knocking^O.den down twice in tbe third round.^Two hundred people witneasod tbe fight.^Both contestants weighed 145 pounds. APreelnas Cargo. NrwYork. Oct. 16 ^ The Hambug-^Ameriran steamship Columbia readied^ibe dock at Hiboken this morning. She^had been watched for some days past hy^(^a, ration army leaders all over Ihe coun^^try, as among the passengers were Mrs.^Booth Clsborn, leader in France and^Swi's rlat.d, and her secretory. Miner^Peoron. ATuuttil C'ollHpsrel.^Madrid, Oct. 25.^Reports from al'^parts of the country say the floods con^^tinue in all directions. Telegiapb com^^munication with Paris is interrupted.^Tbe railroad tunnel between Vslcbi i an I^Santa Clauta was undermined by the^flood anil collapsed. ale-. - Ya.lsy ^* Ssn-Msnr,^wa*gjiN^;iox, Oct. 24.^It is authori^^tatively ami^^u net d to-night Dr. Yau Hal-^leben, tne German minister to Japan,^haa been appointed minister to tbe^United States, to sneered tho lalo Count^Arco- Valley. TwoNss Klllod. VaRCOIVeb, B. C. Oct. 35 ^By the BBjJs^lision of two freight trains on the Cana^^dian i antic, w. J. J..11 i f Ontario and^James Bell, passengers, were killed and^D. Bunting fatally injured. Moatby tlse Asneer.^Paris, Oct. 25 ^ The ameer of Afgan-^islau has t^etit a mission to St. Petersburg^to conclude tha Russia-Afghan commer^^cial treaty. MR.JACK THE RIPPER BerlinExcited Oier tbe Horrible^Buicbery of a Woman. THE WORK OF A MADMAN HerBody Found In ^ Room In a^Terr b y Mutilated Condition^^Tho Murderer Eacapss^Hia Pursuers. Bfrlin,Oct. 25.^The ciiy haa been^treated lo a ^Jack the Rippi r ' eeneat.on.^Tbe horribly slashed and mutilated body^of an abandoned woman waa found at^her lodging in the ii|uad quarter of the^town. 'J he assassin has escaped. Thew. man was seen to enter ihe house^with the man about 1 o'clock Ibis morn^^ing, and within l ^ minutes iho man ran^cut. Tho ^ oman was founel on the fl u^r^luily dressed with her throat and abdo^^men cut open. Her name was lleelwig^Nilichir. Portions of the woman's body^were ^ ut off anil were carried away by^the brutal murderer. The blood was^spattered all over the ceiling and walls of^Ibe room and tbe murder se-ems to have^been the work of a madman. Several^suspects arrested during the day had lo^bo released for lack ol proof. Theb my of tie- woman was nearly sev^^ered and ripped from the neck down ward.^It see-ms another woman tried to enter^the room before the awful crime was^committed. Her atte mpts distuib d the^assailant, who suddenly rushed out,push^^ing aside several who were iu Ilia way.^Tho inmates of the house were awakened^by screams and the unknown man was^hotly pursued, but suceeeded in making^hisescape. lheie have been many crimes,^including suicides, within the past 10 days^in the lower quarters of 11a ^ town. FLOODAND ILAMt. GreatDeatraetlon of rroperly la I- rears^auit swllasrlanJ. Paris,Oet. 25.^Great floods have oc^^curred in tbo streams led by the moun^^tain torrents of the eastern Pyrenees.^Many valleys havu been inundated and^crops and buildings washed away. AtLime, tbe floods underiuimleil sev^^eral buildings which subsi i|uc nlly co^lapsed. Twenty inmates were killed and^nine other persons are still buried in the^debris. Railways have been washed out^and much other damage done. Itis learned lo day that the village of^Meriningen in tho Canton of Berne, bas^hern almost Wiped out by Ure. The^flames were fanned by a gale and tbe^local fire department could do nothing to^check the progress of tbe conflagration.^Nearly all business places and residences^were utterly destroyed in a brief space of^time, the Victoria and Wilderman's hotels^being the only struciurea of consequence^left in the prosperous Village of 3,000 in^^habitants. Thetown was reduced lo ashes in throe^hours. The w.nd was so strong that^partly burned papers were carried aa far^in some cases as nineteen miles distant.^The inhabitant* of the hurm d town are^in a destitute condllicn and relief parlies^have started. FRENCHAFFAIRS. St. MURJtRtu BY A TOUCH. As Awful trim, e omuiltted la^Louts. Ft.Lot is, Oct. 2^ -While Mrs. Sadie^Rleker und a friend, Mrs. Daly, were^passing th^- corner of Tenth street and^Clark avenue to-night, Joseph Parley^ateppeel out from a crowd of toughs snd^struck Mrs. Daly in the face with his^clenched flat, Mrs. Kicker interfered,^whereupon Farley threw ber down and^commenced heating ber unmercifully^witb his fists and finally trampled her to^death. He then jumped into a buggy and^escaped. Causaof the Aall-Jawlsh Idols 6t.Pitrphbi itei, ^^cl. 26^The anti-^Jewish riots at Stariondoub arose from^the people's resentment cf ihe action of^the municipal authorities in granting per^^mission to Jews to open their shops on^Sunday. In tbe midst of the riot a Jew-^struck a young Russian and the report^was spread that the latter had been^killed. This greatly increased the fury^of tbe populace. The rabble looted a^number of wine shops ami many became^drunk. Suddenly a fire broke out in the^Jewish quarter. The molt pieventrd the^Are brigade from getting to work and 10^houses were destroyed. The mob con^^tinued the work of pillage until a late^hour In the night. AaI u fail ill o i Wit*. DeRvr.it,Oet. 24.-W. II. Burgess, a^traveling agent ot a furniture conn any of^Cleveland, Ohio, arrived here ibis morn^^ing and secured tho arrest of ri I'aying^Teller Stem of the National hichauge^bank of Clevelund on a charge of elopiug^and living in adultery with hia wife. Stemha* beon here three weeks and^admits h ^ has lived with iho woman, but^denies beelrp'd with her. Th^y left^Cleveland together on Sept. 29, coming^direct to Denver. Stem declares Mrs^llurgcs left here four dayt. ago for Seattle,^where she has a sister. Burgess believes^she ia biding in Denver aud he will en^^deavor to find hi r. In any event he will^prosecute Stem. lln.eC hlluren Perish. Pentagpishfine,O.it., 0^t. 26.^The^children of John Cumniuigt, a larmer^living near he-re, set fire lo the house^while Ibc-ir parents were ubseut to-day.^The parents arrived iu lime to rescue^one badly burned, ihe mother being fa^^tally injured in getting it out. Three^other children i^erished. 1lio Can', Anion.^Lomdok, Oct. 25 ^ Thocsir's continued^aoseneo Irom St. Petersburg is mueh r^ -^sented in ihe Russian famine district. It^ia roiitendeel lie oiigtil to make a tour of^the stricken provinces, instead of going^to Crimea, in order to stimulate local^activity to palliate the overwhelming^distress. NoledArlor ISsad^l.i'Mio.V Oct. 16 -Adolph Dupuis, tbe^well kuowu French actor, is dead,^agedt*. TalkAl, iu: the N,w tsilrr The Aaaerleaa^Folk Meesare. Paris,Oct. 25.^The new tariff act can^^not be promulgated before tbo enel of the^preai nt year, therefore, there will not b I^sufficient time to make it tbe subject of^negotiations between ibe' i owerr, before^tne treaties with them lapse. Iho gov^^ernment accordingly introduce in the^chamber of depute s, a bill to aulhortso^them to establish commercial relations^with foreign nations. During the year^IrAJ the minimum tariff will be auplied^to Belgium, Holland, Swi xerian l. Spam,^Portugal and Sweelen, treaties with which^will expire in February. On ronddion^lhnso powers grant Prance their^lowest tariff rales, Iho minimum^rates will 'ba also concedetl those^nations now having the most^tsveired treatment wh.cb inc u.le Great^llritain, Russia, Mex co and Turke-y, get^Hie other hand Culled Stales, Italy and^Romania are subject to lb' Nice can tar^^iff. The French government will requ. ^t^Iho powers to rev.vo during the year 1 -'^-^the treaties relating to navigation, traoo^marks, etc. The history of the debate in^the senatorial romtntt ee in rrgtrd lo the^pioposition for the rescinding of Ihe pro^^hibition of American pork, goea to allow^tin- senators who opposed It tlrat urged a^duty of 35 and 30 franca per HO kilos in^In u of rescinding the measure, which at^length passed when aroeneled tn25 franc ,^aud the opposing senators think it ought^not to lie lower titan Germany'a rate. '1 li^^^gove rnment, however, will demanel the^senate to vote a 20-lrano rate, so as to^agree- to the (reposition as it has^already passed the chamber of deputies.^'1 be senate is likely to ultimately support^the government demand. Senator Do^Canville, in an interview with an Associ^^ated Press representative, saiel iho fact^that hygienic objection to tbe introduction^of American pork had disappeared would^greatly help the measure through tbe sen^^ate. Ihegovrrntnent is about to appoint^F.ugcne Spullrr, a wel'-kDown politician^anu formerly minister of fer igu affairs,^lo tbe position of chief commissioner for^France at the Chicago Columbian rxpo-^aition. UOOO As A CIRCUS. Captaintiruub'a stunting Wi:i He a^Itaaety Affair.^Philadi Li'lllA, Oct. 25^It has Just^come out here that Ihe coming weduiug^of F. Burd Grubb, minister to Spam, to^a beuuiiful young Scotch woman whom^he wooed anel won at Madrid, is lo be de^^cidedly a spectacular affair. They sailed^with General Ciuhh on the steamer^Norniandia for South Hampton^last Thursday. Six young men, all^members of that famous Philadelphia^eav.ilry organ nation, tbe City Troop, are^to act as ushers at tbo wedding, arrayed^iu all tbe splendor of the magnificent^uniform which to tbo pride of their troop^and tba most elaborate worn hy any mili^^tary company in tho I'niteel States, li is^of white, scarlet antl silver, with high^boots and silver helmeta, surinoiinted by^enormnue bearskin crests, and in general^magnificence is exceeded by b it few uni^^forms In Europe. General Grub'i is an^ex-captain of tbe City Trooo, ho having^resigned at tbe time he was runmug for^the governor hip of New Jersey. With^his manly form arrayed in captain's uni^^form anel six masculine beauties to back^him up, the wedding ceremony should^long be remembored hy I linburgb so^^ciety. KINNEY KNOLKtU OUT. foeTousey of Hi miihie Troves Hiuiself^a h uegsr. MlLWAl'KCE,Oct. 25-Ed Kinney, Ihe^niidtl.oweiglu champion of Wisconsin,^waa km,i keel cut lo-day by Joe Touaey of^M em pi. is in five rounds. The fight took^plaeo at Alientou, Washington county,^and was for 1250. In the first round Tou^^sey lauded a soaker on Kinney's Jaw.^'1 be latter fell and was dowu U seconds,^Lut there waa such a I,til - bub among^the ape clatora that the call of time . uuld^not be beard, and Tousey continued to^punch bia man until the fifth round,^when another blow in the neck sont him^lo grass and ho could not respond to the^call. Ye*aelsIrsassgrd.^Paris, Oct. 2^. The climax cf the gale^winch haa been raging lor three daye waa^reached yesterday, when Ihe wind blew^with terrible no.ei.ee over tho Gulf of^Lyons and Ihe island of Corsica. An im^^mense number of vessels have taken^refuge at Marseilles and many of ibetu^are in a damaged condition. Tbo towns^in the valley of Aude* urI iii a t'reatly^elsinuged condition. Troops werg called^to assist in saving pro|h-ny and two i f^them were drowned. tsptursctwWO soalers. SanPraRc-ihso, Oct. 25^Tho I'nited^Staiea steamer Michigan arrived from^Onalatika to-day. She captured too^Beaters wbilo in the lh bring sea, ill^schooners May B-He und Otto, the On*^flying Ihe British fltg- About a month^ago Andrew Johnson, captain of the^forecastle, fell Irom the y ml lo the eh ck^and was killed. Otherwise til ^ cruise-^was W ill out a lllisluip .Mi.nn Aitai-k ou Paris.^Paris, Oct. 25. ^ The- o|^eiiii.g maneu^^vers ol the Frr: ch army be g.in at day^^break this mnrn.ng with a sham attack^on Paris Irom the army having headquar^^ters at Poisse y. Gene-deli waa entrusted^with Ihe defense, wh cli is a practical^mobilising of all forces of th^ | arrnun^available by railway. Ihe- geneial en^^gage inrnt 1st gins to-morrow. Afillsr of as* ^ hieieh.^Van lit ni .n, Ark., Oct. 25 ^ A sensation^haa been creuted here hy the- report that^J. M. Weaver, a well known church mem^^ber who haa hitherto born- an trrenroach-^able reputstion, is an emnssa.er. He is^land agent for the Little Kock eV Fort^Mnitti rosd anil has hel l the position for^ye ar*, and it is asserti d h.s shortage will^i un into the lens i t lliousattgsk LAUGHRENFULLY IN IT TroubleBreilog (or tbo CoueOwi oftbe City of PbUipsbiri HE15 NOW HIS OWN BOSS ThoOrdinanc I Defining tho Duttel^of City Marshal Repealed. Ha^Takes Matters In HI*^Cwn Hand*. freruil to Ihe Standard. 1hi li ps.nt least OcL 25.-Kon*s people^who know not.nng whatever about tbe^^natter have been congratulating them^^selves and the board of aldermen upon^the cunningly .lev s -d plan ty which the^marshal was reliev d of bia star. A great^many now suppose that everything ia set^^tled and there will bo no further trouble,^hut it seems that the real source of tbo^trouble has only just commenced. At tba^last secret meeting of the board tha usual^routine was gone through and Marshal^Loiighreti waa again exonerated, after^Which an ordinance was passed which waa^popularly supposed to abolish the office^of marshal, but wh ch in reality only re-^pealed ordinance) No. 7 defining the^on lies of the marshal. The board^were informed that they did not^possess the power to abolish^tho marshal's office, but one of the alder^^men attempted to prove by tbe statutes^that a board of alderman bad power to^fire the mayor or do most anything alas,^and when the section be read did not pan^out to hia expectation ba made a desper^^ate effort to prove that the statutes were^wrong. Legally as tbe case now stands,^Laughren was elected for one year and la^marshal and cannot ba removed exoept^for cause, so say tha lawyers. Tbo board^have repealed the ordinance relating to^bia duties so that he ia bis own boas but^slid a legal officer of tha town. Ho^kindly notified the board tbo other day^that he was ready for duly, and at tho^end of the month li^ will present bia ac^^count for salary and if rrlused, will com^^moner, legal proceedings to collect it, and^good lawyers aay that there is no possible^show for ti e town to win. A FAD OF THt PA^T. Old furniture Is Net Ho Easily Uattest Nowaa II t sell in II*.^From Ihe t^Yw Yolk Dry Hoods I hroatrle. ihero is a local collector who at ono^one lime used to do a thriving buainese^rollectttig in his travele ancient pieces of^furniture. H^ owns bis occupation la^about gone. He talks about it in this way:^^Beg in mug about teu years bsck tho^erase for following up auctions and buy^^ing old furniture set in in the court*^try. In the cities it dated^away bark of that. Tbe first symp^^toms of the disease waa old clocks, homo^of mem were fair looking, and soma wait)^not. Atte-r clocks, e*liair^ set in, fiddle-^back ci airs mostly. I've sold thorn aa^high as f 10 each many a lima. Tban old^writing uvska caught on. VVh-nyiu Mogg to look at it, there's^more sens - in b y.ng an old desk tban^in nnv other old piece, for modern build^^ers natTS made not so much improvement^iu these goods. In old times there were^no safes usril in houses to give secure^keeping to the law and family documents,^so it was necesaary to nave some recepu^nolo lor them. An oid desk of c-urleu^m iple and slanting front. Its lot* of little^pigeon boh ,, sly locks and drawer room,^ia really a Valuable piece of furniture.^Pullet, and other furniture had their turn,^ow nets ol he uses out in tne country and^ilin elwelleri iu provincial cities aro now thoonly ip;e who cau be roped in for oldfurnitutc. O.d furniture which haa^belongs el in aom-uoily else, and old furni^^ture anyway, is the fad of tne past.'' IwoChildren i'.iou-.l^WiNXirtti. Mau..Oci. 20 ^A B rtlo dis^^patch to tne r'eee /V. ^ says; Two youuw'^chilelren of Robert Newshain were left^alone in Ibe house yesterday and in^s^ m* manner set lire to it. Both per^^ished. ASad slat* of ABTslra.^Portland, Ore., Oct. 25 ^TheOregosi-^geVg Vaiie-ouver, B. C, special says:^Am rig the passengers by the Canadian^1'ai itlc ate atnrr. I m ureas of India, which^aailed to-day fur Yo-cahomo, Japan, and^Hong Kong, was N. Y. Walegi, Japanese^eunaeary aent here lo investigate the^traffic in Japanese women for immoral^purposes. Matc-gi said he visited all Iho^coast cities ami some of those of tbo In^^terior, and had secured evidence which^be would lay before tbe government. It^is of so shucking a character tbat^he had no doubt steps would bo^at once taken lo poait.vely prevent any^more of those women leaving Japan.^There arc, he says, over 3,000 Japanese^prostitutes in America, and so successful^ale they that they are able to send boms^from *5t^i to 17 K) every six months, and ho^believi a nearly all the money sent from^the I'nited Mutes lo Japan ia used to aid^other women to get cut here. Mategi will^recommend that the I'nited States gov^^ernment b ^ asked to put an embargo on^J .p inese women, aa the nn-aaurea of pre^^vention iu J pin bare little effect, tba^women be.eg aide to secrete themselves^on board outgoing steamers until away^from the laud. Itt'nu'i l-o Oon*.^U. (jui1 In the Nrw Yark World. Itwas iu a Madision avenue ear. Ha^te^i k out a piece of paper op which there^were many figures aud said: I'veInvert try 11 g to invent a pustlo to^put on the market this winter, but I can^can only get so far with it.'' Whatis it'.''' asked the other, 1 ins represents a streetcar. There^are 12 men ou one actio and eight women^on the other. T-ee. You want lo get 10 on a aide. No,I do i. Another woman gets on^the car, making nine womeu to 12 men. hxaealy. sin-must have a seat, but all are oe^^muted. She looks at tbe eight women,^lut none of them move. She looks al lb*^12 asset, and Anelone of them gets up and offers^h*r ^^ seat, of course. Yes,of course. Now, what I want la^to piace he-r among the eight women. Mydear sir,^ said the other, as ho^lu-ned aw .iv. '-you hael better tackle tho^problem of perpetual motion. It can't^ls^ done. If there weren't but seven^women it couldn't be ooue. Either haws^your ninth woman get off and taken^hack, or let one of the men bob up and^go - ut on the platform and catch a casld^which will result in his death. Tbepopulation of Greece Is Increasing^faster thau that of nag other country la Europeal pre soul.