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ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 12. 1895. PRICE-FIVECENTS IP[P(Q)irttaiiininay Fora Lady to buy her Baby^a SOLID GOLD RING lor 75C Fora Gentleman to bay nis^Lady a FINE SOLID GOLD^SET RING for $3S Ora GENUINE DIAMOND^SOLITAIRE RING lor $12.00 OurAssortment^Of Rings Isthe Largest v\ a have over^shown. We have all the^Styles, Sizes and Designs^made, and our prices are^lower than ever. iGraduate Optician.) THEJEWELER, OwsleyBlock, Butte. Doctors'Prescriptions Alwayshave an R in the^upper left hand corner.^This means that thoy can^bo filled at our store. ThePurest^Drugs COMPETENTHELP REASONABLEPRICES GafllQgjIly DRUGGISTS IDBROADJUV LIGHT AnAttempt to Hold Dp the Silver^Bow National Bank. HISEFFORTS WERE IN VAIN TheFugitive Fires Several Shots^at His Pursuer-Will Not Give^His Name - Nervy Officers and^Their Subsequent Reward. Butte,June 11^A lone desperado^made an attempt to rob the Sliver Bow^National hank, at the corner of Main^and Granite street.^, early this after^^noon, which for reckless daring and^sensationalism has s.ddom if ever been^equaled In the West, not even In the^early days when robberies and hold^^ups were so common that they occa^^sioned little comment except when^they were of a particularly nervy^nature. There have been numerous In^^stances of attempted bank robberies^by regularly organized gangs of^thieves, but this is probably the first^case of one man undertaking to hold^up ^ hank in the heart of a large city^in broad daylight, .^ingle-handed and^unaided. The running tight between^Officer John Inghram and the wotild-^ba robber which followed the attempt^^ed hold-up created the wildest excite^^ment, and it seems almost a miracle^that none of the spectators who^thronged the streets were hit by the^flying bullets. Seven shots were ex^^changed between the pursuer and the^pursued, and the desperate nature of^the robber Is shown by his deliberate^and murderous attempts to murder the^brave officer who gave him such a^prompt and lively chase. The officer^was poorly equipped for a light with^tlrearms. as his revolver was an old^anil unreliable one, and it refused to^work when it was most badly needed.^Had Inghram been armed with a gun^on which he could rely, and which^would have tired every time he pulled^the trigger, a coroner's Jury instead of^the criminal courts would probably^have been required to dispose of the^case. Theattempt was made at about 12 HO^o'clock, when th^ only poisons In 'he^bank were W, O Thomas, the hook-^keeper, and Glenn Harrington, son ot^Fayette Harrington, the cashier. Be^^tween 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday after^^noon a rather tough looking character^entered the bank and asked Mr^Thomas for a $1 bill in exchange for a^silver dollar. The trade was made,^and the fellow walked slowly out of^the bank, after looking around and^sizing up the Interior. The man was^about six feet tall and heavily built,^with dark hair and a dark mustache.^He possessed a dangerous pair of eyes,^and his actions were so Ruspicious that^Mr. Thomas decided to keep a close^eye on him in the event of his paying^the bank another visit. The would-be^robber called a^ the bank again at al^^most the same hour this afternoon,^and after waiting for a moment at ond^of the Fide desks as if to divert at^^tention, he walked up to the cashier's^window and again asked to exchange a^silver dollar for a }1 hill. Mr. Thomas^walked up to the wicket as the fellow-^entered the door, and kept a sharp eye^on him. while his right hand rested^within easy distance of I big Colt's^revolver which is kept in an open box^under the cashier's window for Just^such an emergency as arose a moment^later. A sack containing an even^J.r.,000 in gold which had Just been^stacked up preparatory to being stored^away in the vault was lying on the^counter close to the wicket, and the^stranger looked at It long and wistful^^ly while the bookkeeper was looking^through I pile of currency for a $1^bill. He was unable to find a bill of^that denomination, however, and hand^^ed the fellow's silver dollar back to^him Thelatter then went out and started^to walk i.p and down In front of the^hank with an apparent air of nervous^^ness. Sir. Thomas returned to his^work and requested Glenn Harrington^to step up In front and watch the fel^^low, as his actions were not at all^prepossessing. .\:ter walking up and^down in front of the bank three or^four times, the suspicious-looking^stranger leaned up against a telegraph^pole and looked Intently into the hank^for a minute of two, and he then^walked back Into it again and straight^tip to the cashier's wicket, where he^found the polite and alert bookkeeper^again waiting for him. ^Young man.''^said he. In a threatening voice, ^I'm^broke and must have some money,^^and Just as he completed the sentence^he started to pull a big revolver from^under his vest. Mr. Thomas did not^wait to see what kind of a gun it was.^He dropped behind the counter at the^robber's first movement towards his^gun. and snatching up his own revol^^ver, he emptied Its six shots Into the^celling as fast as he could pull the^trigger. He paid no attention to the^visitor, after dropping behind the^counter, his only object being to at^^tract attention. OfficerJohn Inghram was standing^on the north side of Granite street.^Just back of Oonnell's store, when he^heard the shots, and he started for the^bank on the run. As he reached the^corner of Main the desperado ran di^^agonally across the corner and started^west on the south side of Granite^street. Two or three people shouted^that he was the man that was wanted,^and Inghram ran after him. The offl-^c r gained on him rapidly, and when^they got along In front of the Bee Hive^he was only about It feet behind him.^The pursued man then turned around^and fired a shot at the officer, after^ordering him to quit chasing him. The^bullet whizzed past Inghram and^struck, the ground about 10 feet behind^him. The officer then raised his gun^and snapped it twice without explod^^ing a cartridge. At the third trial the^gun mat off. but the robber paid BO^attention to it Hff ran a few feet fur^^ther and then wheeled around and^tired at the Mincer again and then^dodged down Hamilton street. Just as^he was turning the corner the police^^man Bred again and the fugitive stag^^gered up against the I.owlsohn bulld-^^g .!^ th ugh he had been hit. He^quickly covered himself, however,^and ran down the street. Inthe meantime otlicer llarnamin.^who Wat standing at the corner of^Mam and Broadway when the shoot^^ing i'omnv-n.^^^!. had run up Main^street until he saw the man who was^0 ml- I run treat ^n Granite. He then^turned back and ran west on Broad wayIn order to catch him If he tried^to escape down one of the side streets.^As the fellow ran down Hamilton^atreet Barnaman started up to meet^him and he dodged into the alley back^of the Hamilton block Inghram ran^Into the alley after him and Harnaman^started around on Broadway to head^him off at the upper end of the alley. Themost exciting incidents took^place in the alley, and It appeared to^the spectators for a few seconds that^Officer Inghram s life was not worth^a nickel. The highwayman ran up the^alley about M fast and than stopped^and waited for his portlier, who round^^ed the corner a few seconds later. As^the officer turned the corner he trad^at the desperado, and the latter^promptly returned his Bra, hut neither^shot took effect, although the two men^were not standing mot.' than M feet^apart. Inghram pulled the trigger^again but the cartridge f illed to ex^^plode and he could not gat another shot^out of the gun. While the officer was^trying to get his gun to work the rob^^ber stood oft r id took deliberate aim^at him. He held his revolver out at^arm's length for nearly M seconds and^then fired. Just as he pulled the trig^^ger Inghram threw his arms up tu^front of his face and Wheeled around^and the bullet which was Intended t ^r^his body cut through his coat on the^light side Just below the waist. After^tiring the shot the man ran on down^the alley a few feet further and start^^ed down an opening between two^buildings towards Broadway. Just as^he turned the o-irner Inghram threw^his useless gun at him and It bit him^In the breast and knocked him down.^He laid u the ground for a few sec^^onds unit shouted to lnghra.ni: ^If you^OOfJie around the corner I'll kill you.^^N^ thing daunted by the throat the^officer looked around the corner and^tnrew his club at the prostrate man^\s he looked around he looked straight^down into the fellow's revolver, but he^lid not pull the trigger. A woman who^was standing at the end of the alley^^ailed to Inghram that she had a^fresh gun for him and he ran back for^it. At the same time the fellow^Jumped up ami started to run out of^the alley. He saw Officers Barnaman^and Meiklejohn waiting foe him. how^^ever, and he then dodged through a^narrow alley towards Granite street^He ran into a vacant lot almost^straight into the arms of I'nder Sheriff^Young, who ordered him to throw up^his hands. Young was not armed but^the man either did not know or did not^care, and he sullenly threw up his^hands with the remark that he guessed^he might as well surrender. His gun^was taken away from him. and after hi'^had been Identified at the bank he was^taken to the county jail, where it was^found that he had sustained no fur^^ther injury than a slight scratch on^his temple, which it Is thought was^caused by the second shot fired by^Inghram. ^^n his arrival at the Jail he^was thoroughly searched for some evi^^dence of his Identity, hut nothing was^found, and he said that he had taken^care that nothing of that nature should^be found on him. The only thing found^on him was a gold Waltham movement^watch, three Owe dollar bills and a lot^of business cards and a memorandum^bonk containing a number of addresses.^Among the business cards was that of^a Boise restaurant and another of the^California Wine company of Salt LgJw.^He also had a 1'nion Pacific ticket en^^velope, and its appearance was such as^to indicate that it had not been in his^possession long. Whatis your name.^ asked Jailer^Cook, after the search had been com^^pleted. Ihave no name,^ again replied the^man. Imust have a name to put on the^rigistcr.^ said the jailer. Youcan make a tame Just as well^as I can.^ was the answer. ^John Doe^^was written down Hisrevolver, which was taken pos^^session of by the sheriff, still contained^two cartridges and nine cartridges el^a tl-caliher were found in his pock^^ets. Afterthe fellow was locked up in^Jail a Standard reporter was granted^permission to talk with him. The man^is fully six feet tall and weighs prob^^ably lft^ pounds and about 35 or ::^^years of age He wears a rather full,^reddish mustache and a reddish beard^of about two weeks' growth. Ills skin^Is a bleached white and his hands ai^^ns whito and soft looking as those of a^woman and his general appearance is^that of a man who has just been re^^leased from a long confinement, prob^^ably from a penitentiary, though he^was earnest In his declaration that he^had never bu n in serious trouble be^^fore in his life and hud never before^^peal 21 hours in any tall. Theman answered all questions very^readily, except such ns concerned his^Identity or hi^ past career. To such^questions he would reply: ^Weil, ni^you are getting personal. It BOO do^you no good to know and It might do^me harm, for 1 have a few friends left^and I don't want them to hear of tills ^^When assured that his identity woul 1^become known sooner or later, he said.^^Weil, they'll have to tind It out them^^selves I'll never tell them, but I'll^tell you this, that when they do find^out all about me they will find nothing^against me anywhere else. Haveyou ever been in trouble In^Salt Lake^ Iwas there a few weeks ago. but I^r.ever was in any kind of trouble. Howdid you happen to get Into this^trouble^ Well.I ll tell you. I had to hav^money. I was run down In health and^saw nothing before me and I didn't^care what would become of me. I had^no Idea about robbing a hank until the^moment I tried it I then made up my^mlad to break into a bank or break^ltd^ jail, and here I am. Hedenied that he had an accomplice^and denied that the robbery was^planned beforehand by himself Of any^one els\ ^They might Just as w II not^look for a not In r man. for I was alone.^^said he. ^and I did not care Batch^whether I got money or got shot 1^was sick and out of work and didn't^know what to do. Howlong have you been In town Onlya few days. Didyou try to secure employ^^ment No.I couldn't work because of poo^health. I am run down with rbi lima^tlsm. and to tell you the truth, with a^private disease. Theman had his right wrist hand-^ag-d and claimed that i: was because^of rheumatism. He acted BOVVOOBty^and very much Ilk^ a morphine fiend.^He said he was a n-orkltigman. Yourhands don ', look like It.^ was suggested. Will.1 have n,i worked for I |..ng^timi. I have been in tic aojaoa Uri^^nes* and also In other business.^^^Where have you baea in business^^Well. now. I don t wan*, to say^that.^ V Wereyou ever in business in Salt^Lake^ 1won't any. Haveyou any relations in this part^of the country '.' No.but I don't want to talk aboul^that. Thefellow said hi waa not acquaint^^ed In Butte and knew BO one here, bat^to the officers and reporter his fi ^^looks very familiar, and he was told^io. His answer w i- i laugh, and tie Iguess not. Hedeclared that he did not |n In hootofficer lagaram, but thai beared^ft his heart te st -p him. I Wanted^to frighten him tu thai 1 couli - ;^away.^ he said If he was sleu^through the coat he shot himself, or^somebody ago) did n | didn't. 1 could^have killed him If l wanted to, for I^hod several cartridges left in my gun ^^During the day ^ number of persons^ailed at the Jail and attempted to^Identity the man. hut they were un^^successful. Anion:: the number was^Judge Mahan of Anaconda, who s.ud^lie saw the man in thai ^ it\ about .i^week ago. Immediatelyafter the arrest Officer^Inghram and Under Sheriff Young^wars presented with tinn each by the^bank as a reward for their capture^Bookkeeper Thome- and Officer In^^ghram were seen by i Standard re^^porter after the OBI III m^ tit had cooled^loom and they related the story of the^iffalr as given above The officer be^^lieve! that he saw the prisoner hang^ing around the bank corner both yea^I i day and the day before! and thai he batted]with Mat once or twice lie aysthat just before tie man tired .it^him the first time in front of the Bee^Hive he turned around and s.ud ^You , throw up your chase. Th officer kept 00 miming and the^man tired Aboutlit days age I teltgTOBI was receivedat police II.in.liters from a I'nionPacific detecticc stating thai^liank robbers had left Pocatelln be.i l^ed for Butte and wiiM probably ar^^rive here Inside of .i fi w days. The telegraphic description corresponds veryclosely with thai of the prisoner,^and' the poiico believe that be is one of^the pair that they received the Infor^^mation about. The police are BOW SB-^gaged in a search for the man s part-^Bar, it is believed thai the robber baa oneor two and possihly three acconi^pllces WOO were waiting outside the^bank and would have taken a hand in^the shooting If he had secured OB)^money. As the attempted robbery was^a fruitless one. however, they probablj^did not care to get raised up in the troublewhen the telegram in regard tothe bank robbers was received here^all the banks wer^ notified, and the)^have since then exercised unusual pr^cautions. INNOCENTSIX JAIL TWOREAL CRIMINALS CONFESS^TO THE BURCLARY. The Ifiilltlesa Inline* Hare Itrrn Im^^prisoned Mine Augim! 17, and^Can Now Hue thi^ Mats. HOWYork. June II. -William Dunn^and John Williams were Indicted yes^^terday by the grand Jury for burglary^and grand larceny for stealing KM^worth of Jewelry on July 2^, UN. This^Indictment, found on the prisoners'^own confession, will release from the^penitentiary Patrick Shannon and John^Henry, who have been confined for the^offense sinc e Aug 17 last, and it also^developed the fact ihat in such eases^BO one official Is under any obligation^to Inform the innocent prisoners that^the real offenders have been found^Said Assistant District Attorney Me^Mantis yesterday: ^I do got know of^any one whoso duty it Is to OOBVey the^news. As a matter of fact, in the pres^^ent Instance. I will do It myself to^^night. The men should then apply for^pardon, and the application will be in^^dorsed by the district attorney's of^^fice. Thereal ^ rlminals were arrested^about two weeks ago by Detective^Charlton, who heard that Williams had^said that I Ban were two men ^doing time for a crime of which they vora Innocent.Williams was arrest-d tin 1^confessed, nnd subsequently Dunn was^arrested and followed Williams' . x.ini-^ple. Thetrial of Shannon and Henry wa -^before Judge Fitzgerald, In general tOB-^sions. and at that time Mr. Ackel OB^said that the burglary occurred In the^light of early morning: that there wore^three men. and he positively IdeatlaV I^Shannon and Henry as two of tin in^The men claimed that thav were in^Philadelphia at the tiro^, but then^were no witBOOtOl to prod- the alibi^Bad the prosecution produced one wit^^ness who swore he saw the men in New^York at the time of the burglary. Mr.Arkerson will try to BBBBrO the releaseof the men. who have In wrongfullydetained for almost the full^term, oin- year. It Is possible for the^prisoners to sue tie state for damages^under the new law. DIED AT HIS TABLE. it.r. i mil Reaps while gBteag gfhav takergfflBBad In Nebraska. aagalgnjBaM^ reaaaadart Hozetnan.June 11.-M. gj, Jones,^sheriff of BhlO'ltl eounty. .\'--b., ar^^rived In Bozeman yesterday with B^warrant for the arrest of gj, A. Wait' taker,formerly of RaBBvUle, Neb., charginghim with horse stealing. I p-^on arriving la Bozeman he found^Whlttaker In the eounty jail lure, ha^naving been arrested only three v ^ ks^ago for stealing three horses In I urg^^ing to James L i t t and other B^z m in^parties. He will UMWVgtfO return with^^out the prisoner. At2 o'clock this afternoon word was^brought to Boj. man that B. F Kiteii^of Salesvllle hail dropped goad whll-^eating his dime r this BOOS, Mr Fitch^has for many y -irs had a blacksmith^shop at Salesvllle. and Is well know.,^e'' over Gallatin county. He left a^tiumlier af farm rs waiting at hi. .-' ^^while he went Into hi* house at Bit^door to eat. H- s.i1 d e.vn at the t.ihi^folded his hands gasped once or t .i:^and fell over 11 The coroner im^^paneled a Jury .end left for Salesvllle.^which, is mdes from Bozeman. a^about :; o'clock. Willi.1 STRONG BAND UncleSam Proposes to Suppress Those^Cuban Sympathizers. CANT FIGHT IN HIS YARD TheyWill Not Be Permitted to Use^Florida as a Base of Hostilo Op-^orations Against Cuba Lot-^tor to Customs Officers. Tampa.Kl.i . Jim -^c hrod fiom Key West^a schoont r . ft there^part of the proposed MagWe gaaagaj night^'i hureday boob o ith c chez.I. QaaUllo,^Dootlaktaei ami^that four small^^ Mb Blgfel Amerl^If needed, havi BtM shipp^many dynamite hand b^large quantities of arms^nlllon The expedition. It II.-Lettersre-^to-day say that^wlih the m.ui.^Cuban aggOdJI^A tug followed^hlef lt doff ROB- it-oaado Qarcta, i h others It Is Hlli ge.l^and two large gun^cans to operate their. d.-del .il-'^0BB0L Willi^i ti l BBMBM^Is asserted. hasamong the numbers four regular^fulled Slates soldiers from the gai-^rlson at Key West The total numlx-r^was :!i)0. W.i.-hingion.June n arttBg loora taryMcAdi tin- nav^ departaaeBt -- I Ho- aftern thai He instrui Honssent to the commodore of the^. ruis. r Kalelgh for his guidance while^^ m patrol duty off the Florida . mm^were of the most comprehensive kind^and provided for a full and sui t eg.^forcement of the neutrality lawr. The^lialeigh probably will go first Io !^^ If^West. This is the only part on the^l'lorlda coast which a vessel of her^draught can safely enter Sin- h.n^will make a thorough patrol of Hie^coast Inn to render it more dlfwaaM^for a filibustering party to get BOray,^the croBur't steam la an* baa tad small^boats win be Bwaaed w he Barer n is^nec essary to laott Into the narr In^^lets aad pBooaa of Ught-drafl - booa-^^^rs and yachts, which are Igo favorite^means of transportation of the dllbas-^terers. With Spanish men-of-war l^'ng^off 111.- Florida coast outside of the^UUBOHBOte limit and the Kalcigli gad^bar boats nweeping inside waters, lie^'^M r-i nthusiustc Cubans and llulr^Ann lie an s\mpaIhi/.ers who iimb i' ik^to drive the I'niteil Slates into tumble^by using Florida as a base of BOBtall^operations .ig.ilnsi the government of^Cuba are likely t ^ b. suppress ad nrith^a strong h ue! Thepool Hon of the .idniinlstr il ion l^^that they must make all lion liable , I^torls to pn raBl tic abuse of its terri^^tory In tin. w.i\. and if the meus-jre*^alnady adopted are not suit! leui Io seeurothe enforce meat of the n antral^Ity laws to Igo large degree thai we^have oar*, tvaa iBtlattd agoa whog 1 ar 0wbInterests Were CQBCOHMd, thai ac^^tive tit pa may be taken ash ue to moveupon tin paogot who have laid^tin ntaelvea open to pgaaaoatl m by or^gBOtgtBg boettle egpodtUoat ami Bid^ing In Illegal ways the warfare . n a^frk miiy nation Tie-t'oiiowinjT letter was seal to gay^te. all collectors' of customs on the^coast from Ne w York to RtO Grande Treusurj Department, ^ ^mf Sieretarv.Washington, .line 11^To^Collectors of Custom- Bad others: It^Is a matter of rumor that at various^isilnts In the Cnlted Stabs atp-mpts^arc In ing made to enlist gMM to equip^Bad arm VOggaoi and by other illegal^measures lo aid the Insuri 'pin le w^in progress in tie- Island of Caba^While this department has mo lien^i i i in. In el w ith tangible evidence con^^firmatory e.r sii^ li rumors. It gBoaafl II^of gn at Importance that no pnoalbtttty^be given for complaints thai the g- v^^ i line lit of Hie I nitecl state s has in^any Nggejct fallen short of Its duly to^a friendly nation. Collectors of age^^turns for Hi^ several district* botWOOg^Haw York ami DlOWBrtUa r. . spael il^ly enjoined to see that the neutrality^laws of the I'nlted States, particularly^si-ctlons 'ijtsi and .^12VJ of 1 he revised^statute.-, are fully complied with '(Sign. I^S. WIKK. ActingSee r tary. ' KeyWest, Fla . June 11 - As 11 result^of n 1 ireful official investigation, it b is innaalabMahiil thai Ika filibustering1^expedition which tailed from here was farless formidable than was at llrsi^report. .I. Insleael of 2.nnn nr-n. or ,:.ai^^ 1^men. as stated. It is now known the j^party did not ^ Baaed IB, Including the^four leaders The cannon which He-,^carried wen- ancient field pieces, which^had In en buried f ir some years. theRussian government to supply .VmO^barrels of corned goal hi be delivered^In October. The pa king house will be^opened July 1. ^-mplo^;nic M nv n. and^will fill the order as speedily as pos^^sible. The meat Is supposed to be for^the use of the Itussi.m army and naval^forces stationed on the Pacific coast. SENATORWOLCOTT 3 DEAL. tiePoaaBaaai the i^ou*-u^^ ami gwova I,roupof BOWBBB Mine*. Carson,Nov., June 11 - The larg st^mine deal that has b-^ n mil - m this^stale In years will l^c ^^en consum^^mated in Carson. The iBMgjfjBai ,r. 1^llrown groups of mile * will !..^ ' ^' I t Senatorgfeeaoti af Oeearade lot M(b *^.In the Brown gfOOg hi bt bjdBd^the celebrated Hani SeraleM ^ mine.^The sale was maeb- by Jam s V rring-^ton. who had bonded Hk mln^s. ^ ^ lireII,n;. il Heirk. Ptii|!et.iu. 1 1. . June II List nigh'^^crenjlaries set lire- ;^ ChOafsM Cun^^ningham's warehouse containing 2'.'1.- ix^ pounds ..f w..,d Tiv aattro W arW bea total loss. ^ ^n Monday morning^there was an Incendiary fire at th^^same Bjtaea, While Cunningham and^Ills employes w.re yunrding IBO ware^^house last night. Hie bans en pi with^^in the lines ami set tire to IBO gaggl^Cunninghams 1. ^s m |:..i.hi^ . and his^wil d ranch Is de vastated. In-uran -e, tll.iHNl DEBSDID MIT COME Andthe Marshal Is Very Impatient al HisActions. l\|sS KELPS HIM AW\ TheOther Prlaonars Are Aaaigned toThel' Respective Cells, and If^tho Leader Doosn't Show Up^Soon It Will Look Bad. 1haage he yvtvata laaaaaafftasi Washington.June II K. V l-andls.^who was the private secretary af the^late Secretary 'In-sham from the elate j^of his assumption of thai office, bus re- t^slgin d that poslti at an 1 w ill return t ChicagoIo nsume tin pi n 11f law. J Waller tthsadford was to-day ap- 1 pointedprivate taivotary to gacrotatrl^of state Otae] lie aeaopted the s.un- peisitlonto Mr. OJgoy while the latter^waa at the ln.nl of the department .^^^justice. BjafelIC i^oi . Leavenworth. Kan . June 11 Tka^UaawarWarth Times Is in ns-elpt of a^I special report from R7 counties In Boa^j state of Kansas The reports show^1 th e 1111 ^\M.ige of four Inches of rain^', has fallen over the -date In the last 12^days; that IBO wtaagl will make half^a crop, that corn Is in splendid condi^^tio! anel ptom ics the largest crop ein^iec.nl. and IBmV mi frBf! will niak-^two-t'iir.li of a c rop THB^REAT COUNCIL THOUSANDSFLOCKING OFTO DELEGATESMEMPHIS. People**Party Idgoeeali in lows Paw^hgatioalela in Ohio Ham the Mirer OiirMlnnLook* HI Ihr l'rr^enl Ila^. AT NOTRE DAME. CaiaBBaMaBaf lha Bnadoa fahgoa of lbs^gaoaaai loatatasas 1. SouthBend. Inl. June 11.-The gol^^den Jubilee iii i nnection with Hie an^^nual commencement of Notre Dame^university bagjgg to-day Many high^dignitaries of the church and lay tin .1^from all parts of the country an- pres^^ent. The celebration of poni'ltlcal high^mass of thanksgiving mark-d the be^^ginning of the day. The music waa of^t ire excellence, prepared especially for Ih1 -aspen. The celebratant waa Archbishop KIder of Cincinnati, to whoseprovince the dise II s Ihe tafBaoawas by Archbishop Ireland] of^St. Paul. II^ sketched the history of^tie- institution, and comics to the mat^^ter ^f church and stab- schools, said^ha had no quarr. l pflKk the latter. He^was proud of th^ state Institutions of^learning, as of also many other things^that were American, hut the conditions^under whl. li He- American schools are^conducted mak- it necessary for th churchto baaroooi it^ afgarta to tiring theyoung ^f her MtaBOBJ within he,^f. Id. In science particularly. Th^ arcli-^I .-: I' .. Iv.--.it.-1 m -re z-aloua efforts^111 CalhoUi clu ati^n. BB|M^ ^i Ordrr. Tam : W ash Jun. 11 ^The Pic.:i ^^M.at . nipan). which Is completing^hiT^ Hie Urgn,sl lacking house In the^Nor;hw^^i. has rec eived an order from Memphis.Tenn . Jaat II ^The town Israpidly tilling up to-algal with MM^or 2.sou d^li gab ^:. who it 1 ^ up.. t. ,f.^will face PrealdiBl Brown of the local^btaMtaJtef leogas nrkog bt eatat thoooa ventlonto order to-in .rrow morning.^Tlie.. represent .ilsnit BJ states, lying^prill, ipalh w.-st .' tie Mi-m cMt 01 an i^1 south of ihe Ohio river. Sail Lake. June 11 -A sp.-i la I from^Ifjgggdl Junction. Colo, i.i ihe Tribune^I says an Immense an II. nee ggfJoyyad at^e the tgata hmise lo-nlglit t ^ hear th^^great ggVOf woiker and BdrotBle.^Kb hard I' I'l ind. and the recapUuB^j given him was a I. siiinonlnl of the^, swie|iing ttbagf MatWJgagf In the West^lies Moines. |..wa. Jun-- 11 ^The af-^byraooa session af tin |^eo|i|es party^: slate convention made the following^nominations for state officers Gov^^ernor. Sylvester (^ran^ of Dav. ni^^rt;^lleiiaenant governor. A. I! St.rret,^^agabtddt. Tin- platform reaffirms the^prln. Iides of th^ ^^niali:i platform. ,| ^-^i nouiices the late dec ision of the su^^preme court mi the Income tax. the re^^cent acts of the government by Injunc^^tion in the Inter, sis of corporate^I wealth and tin- I tune ..f Interest bear^^ing bonds. (In the financial question It^says: taBOfggkjtggj with BBtaBfajOthva^! the expression if Indhldual opinions^' among e ltliens tr sfiec tive of party^favor of tip. n-stora'lon of silver to Ha^constitutional place In tin- coin of the^, country at a ratio of lit to 1. We ex-^' tend the right hand of fellowship to^all up ti w ho are w ilting to Join with us^In the dethronement of the money pow-^^r of Wall slice and Bumpe and the emancipationof the Bfofkoggoj afaagaa ofthe world Springfield.Ohio. Jung 11 -I. B^Logan nf Alll.itiee. ehalrman of Ihe^state central committee, called Hat pro^^hibition statnvOBtlaa to order this afternoon.Mayor P. P. Mast de'iv-^gfOd an address of welcome Miss^Henrietta Moore, temporary chairman,^set the convention wild wiih her open^^ing agoaga, delegates standing on their^feet, waving handkerchiefs and con-^Igaaaffy shouting BhO sp..k- an hour,^stating the mission of the prohibition^party la to MgOgg afgWOi *^ as to over^^throw the llquir traffic, enfranchise^women, secure government control of^all means of .-^'tini'inicitlon and trans^^portation, to silen. ^ all monopolies, to^establish a tin inclal system tha' a-lll^Issue tu.iin y to the people In sufficient^quantity for all their n ^^ Is, n monetize^silver and m ike ill money legal tender^fur all purposes A state ticket will^be nominated to-morrow. Cincinnati.Ohio. Jun- 11^The re^^plies to a circular letter sent out io BJg demiK-ratllilors of Oggl show that 'M favorfrei- silver and others are divided^In their vn-ws This nsult was ma le^public t '-day after 111^ BggBBgggaMgal ofinaatar Brtaa Bl Lkaa of ins candi^^dacy for re-eloctlon on a sound money^platform. _ KielgaoakoaUaaa^Kiel. June 11^The Austpi-Hungar-^ktg squadr 'ti. ninsisting of four cruis^^ers, commandeel by the Arvh'luke^Charles Stcphan. who is to take pari^In the ci ren.-mi- s planiied to celebrate^the opening of the Baltic and North^sea canal, entered the roadstead to^^day. It was greeted with salutes and^cheers. i'!,iago, Jun- 11.^Flvo of the officers^of the American Railway Union re^^turned to Woodstock Jail on the I.M^1 m rain. Pr-sl lent Kusrene V. Dele^fiil-l to report In time for tho train.^He called on the Marshal at noon an1^whs requested Io rogwrt at 4 o'clock Jt^the marshal's otB-e with the othera, or^at the Northw-^-i-^i-n station at ' 0clock. Messrs. lingers, \\ liher. Burnt.^Bagan and Gooitwln saw th^ir chief at^te n and could not ac-ount for his fail^^ure to report. Doha -old Drl marshal^that ho hart eonsld^rabl^ busln^^a to^transact, but he wouhl he there in time 1. lake the train. Deputies Lcgan and^Currnn Niarded the train wl'h tlm five^BOB] who hail reported, and Deputy^Clark returned to the mirshil's office^with Del*' commitment papora. Th .. I was v xe.I at th^ failure cf^li-is t 1 ri jiert on time and s--nt three^men to look for him. Maghim In wherever you fnrt^him.^ was the marshal's orders to hla^^ I ; tri s ^f do not think he has pur-^peoary missed the^ train.^ said the^ mar^^sh nil. ^yet his failure to report on time^i- annoying. It places Mr. Debs In a^lad light. If he Is found to-night he^will remain in my office until train^tlni- in the morning. Cpto a late hour to-night Deba hart^not returned. Debs' b. ndsmen are no^I tiger liable for his return, as he aur-^raadored himself to the marshal at^noon. F.lliott.the seventh man. wired that^he w is on his way to Chicago from^Harrtobarr. Pa., and would be In some^^line dartag the night. Wh.-n the party^was first sent to tail F.lliott was twi lavs behind In reaching Chicago from^the gBsVf. ilwlng to D^hs' failure to^report. George W. Howard secured^another day's respite. Howard, who^has quarrelled with his former aaao- :it. - and established a rival organ-^i.-atl 11. desired to serve his sentence^s. par ite from the others, and the de^^sire was mutual. To-day Judge Woods^wired Judge Showalter to transfer^Howard from the Woodstock Jail to^the county Jail at Jollet. The commit^^ment pai^era were made out for six^months In the Debs case and three^months In each of the others, leao IT^day! served fr^^m Jan. S to Jan. 24. In^the Woodstock Jail. The commitment^was made on the Interstate commerce otitcmpt. WADE HAMPTON'S TALK. Hay*Carlisle's I'roposltioas Are lasoiwrr-^ah!*-Cleveland Again. I'orlluid,Ore., June 11^General^W.ido Hampton, I'nlted Statca railroad^1 ..mmls.dener, arrived in Portland last^right on a tour of Inspection of the^pBCtfk railroads. Howdo you stand on the financial^question^^ he waa aaked during a con^^versation this afternoon. 1am In favor of sound money. Tho^live prop, sitlona set forth by Secretary^Carlisle an unanswerable. I hope that very newspaper In the country op^^posed to free silver will continue to^I uhlish these propositions. Nothlm ogfd] be more convincing.^ He says^ha d .es not believe the democratlc^porty will gOOkBM in favor of free all-^vi r It would not surprise him if^e'l . land was nominated for a third^term. ONTHE TRACK.^In Kan Francisco. Sin Francisco. Juno 11^Th^ first and^third ami fifth races went to favorites^to-lay. In the fourth race Charmer.^w. |l played at 4 to 1, fell. Jockey Toil^glaaao, Wko was suspended for the rest^of the meeting, has been relnetated^ii: I mda the winner to-day. l-'ivefurlongs^Silver State won. Ichl^Ban second. Mount OogBM third; time,^IFive furl.mgs^Monitor won. loosesecond. Gold Bug third:^tUn 1 ^-''^. Six furlongs^Boreas won. .second. Bernardo third; time.^! 1^.. Mile^Road Runner won, Roae^Clark second, Hy Dy third; time.^I 1 , S.ven furlongs^Captain Rees^w.-ii. Charmlon second. Amette third; tini. 1 27*4. At(iraveiienil. K0WYork. June 11.^In spite of the^u I. the attendance at Gravesend^1 .- lay w as large and the contests aplr-^:^ ! Six furlongs^Ida won. Milton^n I, Fannie B. third: time. 1:1SV^v M I i sixteenth^Patrician won.^Captain T. second. Stephen J. third:^time. 14 ' Five furlongs^Mack Brigrs^^ran. Tenderness second. Bell Ami '^third; time. 1:02V^. Mile and a --ix-^t enth^Song and Dance won, Chlswk k^s. c. nd. Now or Never third; tlm^. I'M.^Six furlonga^Wornberg BtOBl Docur^- til. IXdmar thlnl; tinH-.^1 . .\!.li^Owlet won. Charade aec-^oad; time. 112. llasrhall,Kixilhall. Etc. Ithaca.N. Y.. June 11.^The athletic^cuncll of Cornell university voted to^accept a pgapoBtttaa Uroai the athletic^c.-minlttee of Harvard unlverafty for a^^ \ . n.ars' arrangement in base ball.^; ...iKill and rowing, beginning with^i season of 1*.95 and Including^the summer season of 1S9T. r. lei:. Vratrrday. AtBalrlBaBtl^^: Cincinnati. 4.^At Boston^11; Louisville. ^.^At I'hiladelphia^^; Cleveland. 7.^At Brooklyn^2: Chicago. *.^At New York^*; Pittsburg. I.^At W i-hmgton^15; St. Louis, 10. it.^kagfOBB^* islungton. June 11.^For Montana;^Fair, cooler lu northern portion; vari^^able winds.