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ANACONDA, MONTANA. MONDAY MORNING, JUNZ 27, i3j.. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ITIS A BLASTING CURSE APlain Description of What AH^See if They II Suchbright, worm day* as have smiled UponMontana during the past few week*^make one almost wish that he had Ixfii^born a spring i^.^.^ t^ with all the license to^bore other people that Kiirh a birth ennuis.^Hut a plain, every-day mortal must not^give expression to the enthusiasm wlucli^wells up unbidden from the depths of his^plebeian soul at sight of nature's efforts to^throw off the habiliments of death and^clothe herself in the robes of life and love^^liness. Oil, no! This is the espeeial^privilege of the gifted fen, and you and I,^gentle reader, must not eueroaeh upon^their domain lest we Ik^ sat upon with the^Joree anil erusbiug effect of an able-bodied^sl'il well directed pile driver. So do not^fc^ alarmed; wo know our gait, and w ill^not presumo upon the |iuiicnco of a long-^suffering public to indulge in any nonsen^^sical rhapsodies about tho return of sum- What alew York Clergyman Says^Aboot Tammany. likea festering cancer Eatingthe Heart Out of tho Honor^of Young; Manhood-A^List of Broken^Promises. Butsummer is here, just the same, and^we take this opportunity to annouiie the^fact to the |^cople, lest in the hurry ami^worry of business ii should Wasj their^observation. l^esides, it is our cood fort^^une to live in a place where summer an^^nounces its presence bj oilur ami^pleasantcr means (hail suffocating heat^and dust and drouih; consequently we^may have greater reason to welcome its^return than other* w hose lives arc not^cast in such pleasant places, and may^nonce it iiuirkc r. Ourplace of residence is Hozeman,^Where tho approach 'if tint most delightful^season of the year was heralded some^time ago by grassy law us and hurst ;n^^buds and blooming How ers. Now the en^^tire residence portion of the city is em^^bowered in green groves, and to sit in the^tower of the new hotel and look out over^the city one might easily imagine himself^in the midst of a veritable garden of para^^dise. On every hand there is a pleasing^contrast of color, and to a lover of the^beautiful the scene is entrancing beyond^expression. 1.Mending the view up and^down and across the valley the loveliest^landscape picture that ever delighted the^eye of an artist is beheld. In the fore^^ground lies a broad expanse of level or^gently rolling country, relieved of any^suggestion of monotony by numerous^timber-girt streams v. hose courses can lie^traced from the |k.ints where they enter^the valley lo where they Join ami leave it^together :to miles below. Hack of all, and^forming an appropriate setting for this^beautiful scene, are the grand old moun^^tains, rising one above the other until^they culminate in majestic BjajajH w hose^heads tow er far above the hue of pei'iietual^^now. NewYork. June Si.^Rev. Thomas^Dixon, jr., under bail pending trial on^chargo of libelling Kxcise Commissioner^Koch from the pulpit a* a prelude to a^sermon, to-day mudo u statement of the^facts upon which the so-called libellous^words in the *MS* of May I^!* are based.^Dixon said in part: ^Tammany is simply^try ing to throttle free spe^ chof the pulpits^of New York. There is no mystery ill a^Tammany complaint IWoro a Tammany^judge, being shot like lightning through^the district attorney's office into tho^talons of a Tammany foreman, especi^^ally when the indictment is based on^an assault on Tammany. Tammany hall^is the most iKiwerl'til coterie of organized^criminals that ever dominated the life of^any civilization. It makes and unmakes^judges and juries; it fceils and breeds on^vice and crime. With a merciless iron^hold it crushes the weak, intimidates the^half-hearted and defies the strong. It is^the w ithering, blasting curse of our city's^life, damning with its hot breath, corrti|^-^tion and dishonor every ramification of^our Ixxly |^olitic. lakea festering cancer it is literally^eating the heart out of the honor of our^umbitioiis young manhood. If it lie true^(hat the life of u minister of tfie got-|iel is^unsafe, w ho dates seriously attack Tam^^many hall, then in the name of Almighty^God, it is tune the world knew^it. I take occusion to wuru the^national democracy that Tammany^hall is a lead it cannot cany^longer. After trying to destroy the state^of New York, they come sneaking back^from Chicago saying they will support the^ticket. They lie; they will do in Noveinlier^w hat they have done before, und spend^another four years trying to lie out of it.^If the slippery g.Hichildreii of William M.^Tweed believe they can intimidate the^pulpit, let them take due notice that they^huve made a mistake. CAPTAIN MAYER'S FUNERAL. Marquisile Mores' Victim I.aid iu His^I.n.l Resting I'W ,.. Pmiis,June Hi.- The funeral of Captain^Mayer, w ho died Thursday night from a^wound received in a duel w ith de Mores,^was held this afternoon. 'The hearse was^followed by a representative of the minis^^ter of war. by numerous officers and by a^iiuiuls'rof men in public life and other^notables. An enormous crowd waited the^arrival of the cortege at tho cemetery,^(.rand Uahbi I'rance M. Kolm conducted^the funeral services. ISHE THE BOHNEO WILD MAN What a Hunter Mw In a California Forest. Sm'salito,June 35. A w ild man roam*^the forest* near Markham's mill* in^Sonoma county. says n special to the San^Francisco Exaiiimrr. The startling dis^^covery was made bv Al llutchiiigs, a mill^hand, last Monday afternoon while hunt^^ing. Hutching^ was strolling leisurely in^the bushes about two miles from the mill*^w hen he heard a crackling sound piXH'ccd-^ing from a clump of live oaks. He thought^it was a bear, and stiasl for a lew sec^^ond* with his rillc ready to get a (hot at^the supposed bruin when it emerged from^the covering. Whenthe creature did make its appear^^ance it presented a sight that made liutch-^ings'hair stand on cud. It was nothing^I more nor less than a human being, having^a wild, maniacal look ami co\ erctl down^to tin* knees w ith a growah of 1 .:i^ and^shaggy hair, llutchiiigs stood as if rooted^jtothespot. T in* \v^ ird-hMikuig creature^I strode or half-leaped out into the clearing^; and looked about ns if fearing some one^was near. Being evideml^ satisfied tliat^then' were no intruders m the \ iciuity, the^wild man gave vent to a deep, guttural^sigh ami s^ated himself on his haunches. Duringthis time llutchiiigs cautiously^retreated Isdiind a le ighlhiniig tree, from^w hich point of \ MtsgJSI he o!iiaims! a com^^plete view* of the lrcak. Hutching* state*^that the wild man was about -*^ feet H or 9^inches in heiuht. The hair which fell^from his head w as fully two feet long, very^matted and of a reddish hue. His face^was scantily covered with a growth of^beard of a sandy color. Fromthe shoulders to the knees a thick^hirsute grow th co\cred the liody to such^au extent that it appeared as if the man^wore a woolen garment, so effectually did^it cover his person. Afterstpiattiug on his haunches for a^few minute* the strange specimen of^humanity sti-etchcd liiiusclf out for u nap^in the blazing sunlight. Fearing to MM^the w lid man into active hostilil ics w ere^be to make Ins pi-escnce know n. Hutch-^nigs .juicily siipjicd rw.iy. leaving the^strange son of Adam lo enjoy his repose^in |m'acc. No one living in tiie v icinity of^Markham's has over seen tin* man before. FromHutching*' description, the. wild^mult is about W years of aue. It is sii|ts^po-ed that he is the same individual^who startled the country in the vicinity of^(iualala uhotit eight ^carsago by his sud^^den and unexpected debut, li is Isdieied^that he is an escaped lunatic w ho lias long^been given upas dead. Mulchings and^HHM men intend to search the country^and capture the human freak, if they can^do so w itl'otit taking its life. DOINGSIN CONGRESS Plansfor Work in Botb Houses the Ed-^saiDg Week, the appropriation bills Necessityof Hasty Action In Both^the House and tho Senate^^Measures to bo Con^^sidered. FLOWERSIMsntsrck the Fs)H THEPRINCE^^r tira nl ^^vi- RATTLESNAKEAND COON. rightIn SurelyIt Is no wonder that th^ citizens^of Bozeuiau are proud of their city and its^surroundings, and it is no wonder that^those who once settle here nearly always^remain. There is no more attractive spot^on the face of the earth, ami as business^opportunities here are excellent and every^^thing is protiiwrous, there is no reason^why any resident should ever l^ecoiue dis^^contented. Bozemanis a prominent rat.didate for^the capital, und her chances f. r winning^the coveted prise sre very flattering, I Ic^^ing, for many reasons, tho Is-st resi-^dcir-c city in the slate, if she gets^the capital her population will lie won^^derfully increased within a very few^yeurs, and it will be increased, tis^,^by tho better ciass of our people. The^fact that Moiitatiaus ali over the state are^favorably impress^d with the outlook for^Bozeman is evidenced by the givat num^^ber who have invested in real estate here^during the last three or four months. Tho^greater portion of those who have bought^lots intend to build residences and make^Bozeuiau their penii'iueut abode. Sonic,^ho.vevcr, have tiougtit for s|h-ciiiiitive^purposes, know ing that in no event will^Uozeniaii property ever be worth less than^It is to-day, und that in the event of lie r^gettiug the capital their property w ill lx^^worth double w hat they paid for ii just^ss soon as the result of the election is^announced. Forspeculative purposes no one can go^amiss in buying any projiony offered for^sale in Hozemati. bill those who wish to^purchase lots on which to build homes for^themselves will tind our West Side addi^^tion superior in many BJBSjMsl to an^^other portion of ihecity. It is well wat^^ered, bos excellent soil, and is located in^that part of the tow n w hicli I ill eventually^lie biiilt up w ith the Is ttcr class of resi^^dence*. Ourterms ure otic-third cash, the re^^mainder in Hand IS months without intcr-^e*t: or. i.^ down and $10 per mouth until^lots arc paid for. luxN. smi l it. general agent, room |j^Owsley block. Uu:t.. M..:n. GeorgoAudi). Clear)' house, Uranite- llolhDie After a Trrrlllc l ight In a Pi^^ano lit.*. Cincinnati.Ohio. June ^^^.- A pet coon^belonging to William Mayer, a Broadway^gisser, ami a four-foot rattlesnake, the^pin|M-rly of M. A. Montague, a prominent^sal^Kinkee|ier here, wen; matched to Unlit^c.K'h other last night. The ring was a^piano Imix. At the cud of Jo minutes the^cism hail apparently killed tin- snake, but^w bile the coon was wiping the blood from^M*j nose the dying snake stung it on the^cheek. The coon then tore the snal.e to^shred*, but died itself in horrible agony an^hour later. CAPTAIN BORUP'S CASE. :The Arrusrd Man sa^s lie Qui I'rove the^t hni-gc .t|^Hiust Him t'ntrne. Paris.June 'X. ^ The Temi^* to-day^publishes an interview with Captain^liorup. the I'liiteil States military attache^: here, in which he repeats that tho charges^made against hint are gross calumnies.^: t'a'ptaiu iiorup say* mat the inquiry^'which he demands will not fail to estah-^j lish his innocence. 'I he case excites the^greatest interest here, and ihe uewspa-^pcrs are extremely bitter against Captain^I Borup. TheFounding of Yale. NkwII w i n. Conn., Juno '.ti. -Yule oh-^! served the r'lst untuvei-sary of the foiiud-^I iug of the college to-day. President^I Dwight opened the commencement exer^^cises of the institution by delivcnnit the^baccalaureate service to tfie graduating^class, w hich for the second time in the^j college's history, appeared in classic inor-^; tar board and gown. Ihe Twrlfih Victim llrail.^IIAi:tilsiiri:^;. l^a.. June 31. Most of the^injur* d in yesterday's w iin-k who uii* able^to travel left for their homes, and 11 |^cr-^sons are still at the hospital in a fair way^to recovery. The twelfth victim. Ferdi^^nand ^ oh hoiirg of Brooklyn, datl this^morning. After \ nurrlilats. Paris,lunel^i. Deteciivcs have started^from here for l^indoii to arrest Anarchists^Francois ami N'euuier. Ills now prow d^that tin se men are the |^cr|^clrator* of the^explosion at Very's restaurant. ihc^ hav^^ing debt cred Havachol up to the |x^liee. Iteciplciit^t ions. MlM. ii. June 3^. Prince ami Princess^Bismarck and party started lor Kissingeii^to-dav. A large crowd ut tin* station^heartily cheered the prince und saiuj^patriotic songs. Bouipicts were presented^the ex-chaiicollor at all stations along the^route. The party w as given au enthusiastic^reception nt KissassfJSS). In an interview^published in the Munich Xrilvnij to-day.^Prince llisiiiarck says he lias received a^verbal answer to (is* effect that the audi^^ence which he solicited with 1 inpcror^Francis Joseph could no1. Is- granted. At^the outset the feeding was favorable to^granting his request, hut suddenly^changed, doubtless ow mg to strong Berlin^i pressure. The (hiil.toiif *^ liy^ * LjUSJPOsfiJune Ma -dl.ulstone is pro-^I grcssiug favorably. The iiill.immalioii of^' the eye has abated considerably and is^j likely to lie followed by no serious result*. ToMM C ivil Amliorllies. |Om vma, June .'I, \ special from Buf^^falo, Wyo.. says the cattlemen prisoners^at Fort Hussell are to Is' turned over to^the Johnson county authorities. AN'aleU Freichtn hi ln .nl. PaMS*-lime^. Ainedee F.rnest liarth-^ch'iny Moiiclicz, a well-know ti French^naval officer, scientist and w riter, is dead,^age.I 7: ycar-^lii liic hy Scores. st.Pi ti in ia,. June 3^.-- V total of I'd^cases of cholera is reported at Baker dur^^ing one week, with 70 deaths from the dis^^ease. BYA DEFECTIVE RAIL. Kcynlmie Sj\pres^ Wrecked Near^Valparaiso. Indiana. VALPUt.Mso.Inil.. June S\ - The Key^^stone hunt ^*d on tho Pit 1st nirg. Fort Way lie^A-Chicago was wrecked near here this^ufternoon. Six cars and a locomotive^plunged overall embankment. A llreman^was buried lienciith the debris and in^^stantly killed. 'The engineer and a score^or more passengers received injuries, but^all w ill recover. The esca|s^ of |*a.ssciigcr*^is con*idcred marvelous. The wreck was^caused by a deleoiivc rail. . ^aat DEPEWNON-COMMUNICATIVE. tl lot1 iiftft to 'i.i 11* tiMMtt tin- Kuinor*. nl^Hi- A|^p^.l li t in**nt. Nt;wYnfcK, .June Ji. It is r^-|x.rl^'^l that^Mr. Ili-p' w has written a letter to IVeni-^dciii Haffftaaa doeliniua the apiviiiitmeiit^to the vacancy iti th^* rabiiift. WIh-ii Mr.^I^e|x.*\v was ahUed if th^' re|m^rt was true he^replied: ^You MMfl MMMM niofroin lalk-^iitt! ah^nit ihe vaeauev in the calmiet, I^am M illiiis to discuss almost atu other^subject, !^ut I decline to say anything^cither one \va^ or the other about the |^obi-^liolt ^^f a^eeretai ^ ot stale. Tli* I^i-|iO*it^ Wirt- l.tiritr. (ittmimi:, *). T. Juno 19..- W. T. Taylor^and M. It. IffflgM starti d He- llauk of^Oklulioma, u hen ihe town of Chandler^wasM-tHcd. 'I lit ^ had no in^^n^-\ . hut d^-*^lnjHiit* wi'if bin from the tlittt. Wright 1* ft^we* l\*s a^o. Y^*^terUay the kink failed^with 9s.VI.'Mioti dt'itosii. The us^'tH Were^an cu.pt^ hufe and furniture. The loss^w Al tall on Um (mn^r |u-opl^. TImt*' May lt^ a I vn^ lun^. CtU.Ml.sMti., Te\a^, Jua^* N^ ^* ha^^Ik-cii reci-ivi'tl of an ^ utrajr*' HI widow^named IW'asly. m*ar S|.iirnc^.nt W.-din ^^day atlgbla l ive MgMM l.aie In en ar-^refctt d on hu^ptriou. Tne latent account^is to the etloc: that an MM itcd rn.wd in^Itathoriuir at Spuruc^ui. and lytichiriic in^fean*d if the audt^ p n t^ is ,^|.-ntdifd. KtinuNitthln^ ut It. Wasmim.Ton.Jutit- H, Nf n-t.-Liy Kl-^kiris and AstAing Bm^M*tai\ Wharton 'vn-h^MM hi-* eM*u.:.k' fhat tin i* i- tin in fori na^^tion w ha*f \ ^i^ in M*^anl 1*0 tin- * h Mf| i [(at^C aptain Horup. I niu- I Mans mill *f| t*-^tnt he at I'atis, lia-ci\t u itiforniatifti StM^^cernin^ French ^l. [**ns 'o d- tmany and^lt.il^. TrfitMinr Daim'n * In r Bi'trFALo.N. Y.s June Dm full ex^^tent 4if *1 m ieiircr Uutin's inn ad* ^ti tin*^funtls cf the Nata ual *~a\ii'Us bftllll Law^not b^*eti learned. I ^tn- ^-f the I* \- aminert*is ^]noted a^* hie the d^ * ilc-^tu it largely *%Ci ^^^!- *-^*^pi^^l/al l . ^ i Malatest Ihtafl in Mlgbl olaeki btM an^I itn aii'l' -ccnt lamp '^^ r it and a \at*d or^s ^ ^^f ^iiri-w rapped ^ iic wlueii rutll 14 the iba4 ot tie* panoa tHm vWmm ^b know Iwhat time it m in the dark. VTabHIGTOW, June l^t^. The week's^work in NIMH in shrouded in uncer^^tainty. Much depend.. HpfM the responses^to the urgent telegram** m^nt out demand^^ing, rather tbnn ashing, u return of tiie^abtwut inemt'crti to their p^ f.u of duty.^Not a single regular annual appr^ printiou^hill hat* yet laccmc a law, although ihe^lineal ^car it* expeet^^d ThuiMla^ and re-^^ert iuunI I^- li.el to iIm* expc^la'tic^ of ex^^tending the appropriation** by joint reso*^lutioiu to pretcnt a total steppage of the^iiiuebinery ol the go\crnmcnl. Inthe senate u formal vote m ill probab1^^1m* taken on a rsuikdc amendment remain^^ing unacted noon in the agricultural n|^- j^propnatiou bill. The legislative appro- j^priatiou bill u ill be reported to-morrow. t^and u .11 follow the agricultural hill as w ell^as the |x tisioti and |s.siolI^ee appropi i.t-^tioii bilU.w ith the sundr\*ei\ d and gener.il^dettcieuc^ bill** in the order named. It is^expected that the diplomatic and consular^ami probably the naval appropriation bills^will he agreed upon iu logMMNi l*cforc^the end of the week. Action on the anil-^options bill is proltable if it emerges from^the committee .is general!*, t*x|H*cted. Ifa quorum ap|m*!irs in tin* house Moti-^da^ the general dcticicnc^ bill will Im* put^on its Dual passage, and 1^:strict of('*^-^luiubia business will lx^ taken up. The^debate on the tin plan- bill iua^ continue^ttuo4ighout ihe week, but may In* |m***1-^|h^iks1 until next. The intention of ihe^committee on rules to deciguate a da\ Pit*^e^ usiileratiou of the joint resolutions,^pios idiug lor the election of pn'sideul h^^popular vote, in among other matters*. PELTEDWITH STONES. TroubleHt a Polltl* il M**^lliig in ^ICeWfl^^t ork. Cork.June HL While William ^ tTb uui^was attending mas* this morning, a crowd^of 1'aruellites toilirounded the cbui-ch.^jeering und howling. On leaving the^church UTlrien was escortetl to ihe hotel^b^ auti-l*arnellites. A running tight was^kept up between the factious. At the^hotel a berious conflict aros^*, in which^(several ivorson** were injured. The crowd^was finally dis|^ersed b\ the polici*. WilliamKrdiuoud .m l the lord mayorof^Dublin were r* to tied ami coin|^elled to Mee^while attempting to (*an\ass the aiiti-^I'.-ineUue hitoiighold this morning. Tla*^auii-l'nrncliites were addrcss^'d b\ ^ rUrieii^ami broke it up. I.aier Kednioml and the^lord mayor of Dublin, supported b^ .t.o n^J'arncllitcs, |^araded. Tin' 1'arucllites^broke many windows as lhc^ passeil and^the rcfealciitf tot*k shelter in then bouses^and pelted the crowd from the w indows.^Several doom were broken iu and ibe- ^*e- cilpatilsof the houses be iteli. 'i ll*'^liellitea then htdd a iiieetiug, addresses lie-^ing made by Keilmoiid and Ibe lord mayor^of Dublin. Alter the meeting, the l\or-^neilites w m ekcsl tin* rooms of the I Hack^Pool bank. The police wcr^* una tile to^co|m^ w ith the disotder. Fifteen injured^coinbatantii weie l,ih^-n to ihe hospital lot^treatment. Man^ others were slightly in^^jured. U'Hrien addressed the anti-Pat-^nelliie meeting this evening Attn*hi* 1 hy I'll rn ^*t I iQMi I.1mm:i k, June _'^;. Mr. Jordan. M. P..^was attacked by a crowd of I'aruellit**** on^arriving in this city to address au ami-^I'arm-llne iii'-cting. A strong iletacbm^*ui^of pi^biH^ escorted him to the hotel. On^the way the l'arnelliies hooted and stoia d^the (Hilice, who finally Used their swon^to disperso the crowd. Several arrests^were made. CREMATEDHERSELF. llorr.ble 8uleld^ ^! it Wnnim Mad*^In^anr by ^*rl|*. Boston,June J6. Arthur H- Beverly,^one nf Waltbam's besl-kttOWB and most^highly respected young men, is suffering ;^from a fearful atllietiou. caused by the^self-destruction of his wife, an accom^^plished young lady, well known in^Walt ham musical circles. The horrible^manner which she took to end her life^makes the case all the more sorrowful,^and it has thrown a ghxnn aaajf ihe whole^community. Sin-wasthe ^oungest daughter of Mr.^and Mrs. Klias Crati*. and resided with^ber husband at No. 1M High street. She^bad a severe attack of tie* grip la*t Feb-^ruary and never fnllv laWM en d. ^he^showed signs of insauit^ on several occas^^ions, of late, ami b**r sister h is Is-en living^with her and tenderly caring for her.^Yesterday iimming ^4a1 seemed brighter^and more cheerful than usual, and her^sister ventured to leave her to goto !*.^^^*^ton for a part of tie' da^. Her husband^ab^^ went to Ins duties al the eu*^tom- bsMaai. MrsIV'vertv ilnl Icr mi^rning wi^rk in^^cluding her Satunhiy's cisiking and the^Usual L^hisf^ho!d dutie-. \t ak^'*ut II^o'clock, it is supposed, s!i^ sat down and^peuii'il a h tter lo her hiisbatitl, telluu:^hmi of le r intention to kill hersrif, and^that her body would Is* found in the^furrac |aj tie* cllar. Ibr rea^^on^had, utnpiest iouahlN. Is'-m ilethromsl,^and a Uilo sufTei'iug fix an this in-^s.niil^ she went ilown stair**, after^pLo iiig the letter to her husbatld on the^dimng-ivMim table; opemsl tin* furnao^door, ns^k otV her shoes, saturated tier^clothes w ith kerosene oil, craw h d in^through the small 1J b^ I'-iueh desir to lln*^tire-box. closed the d.^*r af' r her. and set^tin- to her clothing. I' ath must have^come very ^puckl^ ln^m lire and fuffoea-^tion. WhenMr. lleverl^. who i* employed in^Noble'.s itMiin in i)n- w n- !i tacton . readied^homo at noon, tail iu: to ti ad Ins ^tfe, hi*^at once feared thai something was wrong,^and Ml worst su*pi^ ion w is eo!i(iruic^l^w hen he iliseovensl the Maf *^u the din-^iuu-riMiui table, Ru*hmg down stairs^In* found that Mi unfortunate wile^bad. indeed, carried out her intention,^t'ndirtaker SjsMUM-r was also ipiicklv^summoned and M-sl eal t.xaminer Mead^of W.iiertown notilh d. Mr. S|ns^ner, as^^sisted hy bis son. * in^e^^*s|e^|, wi'.h much^difficulty, in getting ihe lssl^ out of th^^furnace, and it was found to he burned^Ix-yond reconuitlou. The feet hail been^cotupicicl^ burm d off and the entire bo^l^^was badl^ eharicd. i^^^NO LUNCEil A MYSTERY. FIXINGFOR THE SHOW PreparingFor the Big Third Party Con^^vention to be Held at Omaha. itWILL BE A fjREAT picnic STARTLINGLETTERS. Hoya I AKen sat in ii l ffninl in Knglmiil'*^^irrl**^ by lt^ *eiail.m^ ^Colr. Niw YORK, June IM. A special cable^^gram from London .-,ays : A rather start-^ling series of letters sold at auction d^*^^serils-the private life of his io\al high^^ness, I'rincc Kdwant. Duke of Kent, and^the father of ttuei-n Victoria. They MPI^w-ritten by INN U angenla im. ihe^nriuce's. tutor, and reprt-sent his roysl^highness noi onl^ as a man of gallant hie,^bin as an altwolutc liheiiine. This claim in^^^iibstantiatisl by the most minute details. HIS ARM IN A fellI SLING. iIn III* toataaaiBvaka m* h al IikflH With sut/ln X|:wVouk. JuneA ^|Hs*ial I guidon^cable to lhe H'orM'* says: Peter ^lack-on^did not flnil out until this week that he^broke the Inme iti his right hand, while^fighting Max iu recent l^ . j'hts pa me* I him^so much I .st 'J'uesda^ he could not shake^hands, lie consuhee a ihsMor w ho found^the boie- broken in the wrist. J.n ksou^now carries his arm iu a sling. Af\al|isrii*o. Nlw Yni.k. Jute*Tie* Itmitifi Val paraisodispatch dated \e-iepl.^^ n,i^ h that^the funeral ceremonies o\a*r the dead ex-^minister of foreign allairs, n imr Manuel^\ntioue Malta, was of the most mi|Nising^character. While the funeral pns*^ ssiou^w .is passing, a BHmbaf of oAaaM of BbI*^uiaceda's arrn^ U-g.m to shout: *'di*wu^\\ uh Malta, ' and other epithet:,. i he^pt opl^* w^ re ai oti^ed lo a state o| 1r* n/\^by the action, and the poll- had ditlotlitj^in restraining them. MuvAilot'it ti \m^. Ohio, June JiJ. \o street^cars on* running to-day. Representatives^of the con.i iiaiai arlU waai ratwaxaaDlaa livestit the Mi w.eta aMW H^^* . amlrut-^mit u pro|Misition for a M iiii'itunt. If^lafaaa an* not actaad up at, the niattar pmbabl w ill ba subnuUed to aih traiioti.^pt ud.ug a Inch ears will i^* siartisl. ' ^s^^ - Afciruir.il *4^*n^slloii Hi^ xtai. .June Jfi,^Mr. Wins^on I, 4s^discoveri^l in the national dem.M'ratic^eoiniuitu-e's In'ade|tiai^.ers two Ih^\c* of^iit k* tI .i^ Q each, neither of w hieb wei^^^^IM ie d. I he disco;t i | crcaieil a stir lull UvlalU s^ ami ^^l ih^* Mur^l**r of ^^*\ ashiiininiilHii. SiiTTLF., June '.'*^. The mystery sur-^miilabng Ihe murder of t.i-orge Ri^ hatds^on Mercer island. Lake Washington, on^May 'ix has N-en cleared up and one of the^persons implicated has Imh-ii under arrest^iheee weeks, ahhough Ihe fai'f unl^ leakc*^l^out tosla^. Richards' t- .^! was found iu^the I ikeon Ma\He had Im-ci) stablsNl inthe fact* atid Um1^ several times^and half his face shot away.^Sheriff Woolery was al once notified and^that night be pi ic *d Jim* I'liccia. an^Italian, under arrest while he was drink^^ing iu a saloon, doing k so quietlx that^Pueci.i's friend-. d^d not Utiov*. wli.*l was^going on. lie kept I'uecia set ix*tl^ con^^fined se\ i raI da) *, ami then got from him^a confession that he had h^'I|*cd throw^Ricbanls* bml^ into the lake after au^Italian named Antonio had murdered him.^I*uci-ia was not pro,.-u*. wle-n the iiiur-^der was committed, but had been told the^storx of the crime h^ Antonio. Antoniow as working for Richards and^bad a tpiarrcl with him in Richard*'cabin.^I.ach man had a knife, but Ann nm g^u iu^tin* first blows, 10)4 alter M.ililinig Rich*^aid-- sev* ral times put a shotgun to Ins^le-ad and blew tie* whole side of his face^away. Then be went after Puceia and^got him to help drag the l^ody to^the hike and throw ii in. Puccia^went ut night to Ra hards* cabin and^dug up the bloody kmte. whc.o it had beenburied, and gave other 01 .deuces of tfietruth of his ani\. since then KUaffMI^Windery has kepi I'uecia's arrest ipiict^w hde iry iug to Hud Antonio'- w let ^*^^aiHiuts. Tonlav he learned that the niur*^th iff was near Astoria, ami has an officer^there to seiie him. friends of I'uaval^have been looking for him, and for fear^they would gel out a w ril of ha^m .i- eoi i^the sheriff was lo-da^ eoni|m*lled to suear^out a writ on which to hold him. anal so^Ihe storv came out. ffcaaattn ,t NkwOki.kan-i. June . .. Two of tho^BJaal wounded b\ the boiler explosion al^tie* ( on-aimers' lee works, I'rtsldie Matli-^hise and William DoeldfsX (sah white,^d.i d tt^w|a^ ut the hospil.tl. The remains^o! Kratii is It. Lee, a prominent lawyer^and stockholder m i he i*ouip iu^ . im-sed^from home, were to .I iv found under the^ruins. Arrangement, Bemtar Made to^Seat Eleven Thousand^People In th^ Mon^^ster Halt* Om*ua.Ni !*.. htm - The Coliseum,^which is ti* Is^ used as a hall for the inde^^pendent i... tt'i'.il i*^*u vent ion. is in the^hands of mechanics and arrangements^are rapnL\ ai^;it^siching completion. Tha^hall w ill seat I I.ujm p#*ople Is-sides the dele^^gates. 1: is e\|h'i ted that the crowd in^attendance will exceed anything Omaha^has dealt w ith, and thousands of privata^houses w ill Is* open for the entertainment ofguests. Thelocal (trand Army post propose to^haxc immense c.tiup. where they will^lake care of ih-* confederal-- veteran* w ho^cam** to ihe con\ eni ion. The citizens are^arranging for an old-fashioned Spread^Ifttjla 1 onrth of July celebration. In^maiij ti s|s*cts the c^*n\ cut ion w ill^Is* uui^|ue. It has no pr'*ce^lent^to be guides] by, and it is thought^confusion ina^ result. Who will pre^^side is a tpiestioti of much doubt. Thereis some gi^ .;p attending the dis^^tribution of admission tickets, it lx*ing re-^portod thai members of ihe older parties^w ill secure coet:. I of the lirkets and park^the coini utioii a ith heelers to ;urn it into^a fan'e. V. O. itrickiar. acting for Tan*^beiii cK. no foundation for^tiie r^ p.-r*, as 'h ^ oiiit ention will almost^jbewdio'W w itliiu 0antral of the indepen^^dent part^. j REPLETE WITH BIG HOPCS. |*fopl^'*4 l'a^'v I nttiusiu*ts iioit'.d nt of iraatarasn thr totMsral M^sr. LoCVa^*lttM Pk II. V. T.^ut neck,^ehairin iu of tlr* p^*ople*s party national^exec-utixe committee, was - -lioucd t^^-^to-dny r^ e.irduig iba f ari^ ^s | Maajl ^-is. H^^^said reganhng Iba -not producing state*^during Iba OOAwiOsI campaign: ^Knmi^l orn ^ poiidem e I am r* e. .. mg. ^-sj^ec.alIy^liotii t olor.nlo,i.either !l..rtis, u nor* l^ \e-^land can poll o\ ^ r ' p* i * cut, off their re-^s|s ct i\e p alt ^ \o!e. That hoMs true iu^every other mining -'ate, I think the^convention of ^!* mis-ra's, cilled l ^ the^delegates Item t !it.i^'o .it *he ( hi^-;^go^*on\etitioli. 0 ill di e|.ue 1 otn the Chicago^nomitu e and p!ai'otia a-, undemocratic,^repudiate it and elect d^ !^ g.i e* to confer^with I he pcopl* 's pa 11^ al ^ huaba. 1 hey^w ill also * all on e\ * r\ s.R* r slate to do^the same und 1 think it will Is-done. **'IIn* exis utive ^ . ^tnuuit*-e of the Bi-^Metullic league is now in ses-um, and from^uiformniioii iitrioil tfwy will declare^Is tii Ibe old parties enemies of bi-metal-^li-ni and Issue a call to tfie free silverdubs^and bi-metnllic leagtn s to send deh'gates to^t luiiiha and * oiibr with the |^cople's |^art^.^\\ th proper in tninat.on* and a ;^^^^ d can^^vass, we will *-w ecp t he Soul h and W^ st.**^Asked regarding ihe voting sin'tigth of^the party. Taulx-neck said: ^From the^roll lns^ks of ihe ddfrnMit organisation*^last Kebruary. w e ha\e i ^ ueeu six, and SewB million volet s.'' UNDERWATER- Subwras^^r t hic^sn t-'ioiided und Peopls^It tie; l*lac*'s ,^f s^r*^tv.^( lin m.o, June ;V Kr e Mpian* miles^adjacent to Rauphui, a suburb of ties^cpy, Is'tweeti State stn- *t and L..ke^MichiLtau, is at tin* i.n P0| of the waves,^which a string nuili \-' wind fun*ed^thmugii the baseiuentsaml llrs' iliMvrs. A^great Isslv of water collected in the Mud^lake n-gtoii has hrokca sj| barriers and^this aftei noon ruslusl dewn w ith terrific^force upon draml * 'ro^*sinv. w hose cititens^wen* |*atiu* stricken by the sight of the ris^^ing water, which iti the evening drove^in-ii. householders cither from their^dw ^ 'otigs or to the second stories. At the^pn -ent writing thcie is noi less than two^leet of waler in the streets. Every l^ase-^tuetit is Iffsslcd and the foundations of a^number of buildings an* weakened. ^rdham and Dauphin parks ate sulTer-^^ iig less, but i he w ater is rising at the rate^of an inch an hour. I very eiT ^rt |i being'^made b^ ihoscovertal.cn by the flood to^esc.'i-c v.ith their families. Only I^y means^ot inmro*. sed rafts SSSJI * im nt is possible.^No lo^*-, of Id'*' is n*por:^d. but rcscuing^pajfies are on:. Two U'\s weredrowued^at Mud Uaba this aftera ^ ^n. THE rasat'1** CHAIRMANSHIP.In In\\ itli lie* Cmilw^m nH x. June^trust and wholesale gn^^into an agreement w h^^maintain uniform pr^w ill gi\c those thai do inot. *.*i. The sugar^e r s I. i'. ^ ^ e u t. j-c d^rabfjf sjrararai w ill Iitoi the tiusl^^ a n'hate of olie- araraa]i^obtictaus. i'ighthcent per pound besides the NNsal^!r*'ight discouuts lo piote* t tin in troiu^loss. ^^^ ^^ ^*^ ^ - ^ ^^Mjg ^ MsVfJ r tVuplf. t'lMi^n u i. June ax I h-^ advane.*^guanl of th*' uatioii.it pr^^t. r i'.oti coiix* n-^tion is arriving. A raM0 araatsBfl was bald^thi- afuniuon. swat sTbicb Ktattcis Wd-^Lud of the \\'omen'* Christian TsSttpas^^am a union, ptraalad tddrrsaas arwca^mad** b^ leading prohitiitioniatai ^ - S) ^ ^ ^^^A tafsl t .i|^turrtl. Krastikk. Coi.. June ra^ Uarai J. R^ m. whoab**cotided from Washington w.th^s,Ui.ik^* of the l ulled ^tat* s Lxpre-s Nss^^pany's funds, ha la*en arrested lien-.^] be t* oh n m n. ^ lia . Is-* n n-covcied. Harsrllisn Hell l^e;.il.^I . mm.ion. Kv.. June 1**.. 11. |^. Hell. wi.owas strti le n with paralysis a few^days ago, died1 t^*-*Li^ . Ile w as w ell know u^in turf circles. His-tiin i aasaaa*^IsrafwaV* June ;^.. Mr. Sheldon, Euro^^pean manager of the Jat \is-t oukliil Morl-^gage L-ouipxiny. died to-da^. Tiling*Ho f i*t*rests the Ks- |iiil*lie.tnl.ci.d *rs.^Wahhi.n in^n. June i!6. I'he n*publican^national coiiimitn-e meets here to-morrow.^I he Irasinaaa bsrasta Iba committee m-^r-ludes the -el- etioiiofa chairman to suc-^cetsl CI irUsoti. eleition of other officer*^and the foimaiioti of an ^ xecutive roiu-^^sHtae. 1 la* mam topic of discussion is^tin* s*'l*s*ti^)t: of ( iarksou's successor. It^in understood 10 sllsjhl that the presiilcnt^ibsirt d to ba^a flat ksou c^ titiuue iu the^position, and tt is known that more than^two-.hinUof the c( ini.iiVten favor his^srararasl to th** i th* ^-. ami the matter new^rests eut.re.v w ith dcueral t iarkson. Tins^evening he -^^^ ms di^meliued to accept^the ca;es and n*s|h^nsibilitics attached io^the otllce. im i**i**iPiit Mara1 Kiood.^pwiM oKi , Iowa. June _^^;. - The Mis- sissjaspsjlla live inches higher than the^! Baad of ^s. Along the low Kind* in South^io**-k Isl unl hutulicsls of families have^li en driven from their homes. The rasV^;o als an* thssli^d out of tow u and factories^a-ong l.e river front have been forced to^suspciivl. Meslctu fclprf lass.^City ok MrxifO. June Jti. -The first se-^riei of election* for tiie pn'sidency were^bald lo-da^. Quiet prevailed throughout^tie* country. Then- was no opposition to^the Dial ticket. The final decision will^is* given July X Ai*^ h.-r Mm raraa ***^oi^|. Ixvxsvst i r*^, June -tl. C. M. Porter,^president *.^f the Fort Bond county bunk.^Ku hmond. Texas, was arn'ste*! here to-^dav on a charge of embciilcmant. Tits^amount is uot yet known.