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C 16PAGES VOL.VIII^NO. 883. ANU'IIMU, MO\ I \ \ \. St'M^ \ . M^Hf\I \ ^.. Ui.lM I. |s!^7. huckfivk cents. FOURFAMOUS:^ m c nowPRica NickelSilver Watches ThatThey Have Made an Im^^pression on Diggers. MOREMEETINGS ARE HELD OurNickel Silver lit a very strong,^tenacious white metal, the same char^through. It taken a high lasting fin^^ish and is as handsome as Sterling^Silver. TheNew York, $1.50^The Triumph, 2.50^The Atlas, - 6.00^The Elgin, - 8.00 Theabove watches are for every-day^rough use; they are highly finished,^accurate time keejiers and ate abso^^lutely warranted for one year. TileAtlas and Klgin are eased in^heavy screw bezel dust proof cases and^are the best value for the money ever^offered. StrikersAre (lathering at the Camp^A'^Ureat Demonstration Will Be Hade^Monday In the Great tight^Against Starvation Wages. Pittsburg.July ill. - Anxiety. ggpget-^ation and suspense, which were condi^^tions in the coal mining situation about^I^e Annitt's mines, have given place to^, I ^ and iiuiet tci-nlght. Aftet run^^ning counter to deputy sheriffs si ^ v ^^ r.. I^I tlims ilurlng the day, the sink'i-^I i^ an ably withdrew this evening and^ale now asleep in their camp As in-^i miners will not work to-morrow the^Striken will take a rest and no trouble^1 is exptcted befoi-t Mondnv morning.^, The week closed w ith the miners' otti-^1 1 ials satisfied they had made a marked^0 impressionupon the diggers of the New^Yolk ^ Clevtland (ias Coal company,^who. It aeems, are wavering as to their^purpose. Allthe then are out at Sandy fuck,^and but few of them were at work at OHDKRSTAKKN FOR Calling;Cards and Wedding;Stationery Afull line of samples at the lowest^priors. Jewelerand Optician OWBLEVBLOCKBUTTE. MONT. (JANSA KLKIN TheBig Clothier, ASuit^of Clothes Maybe of very |^nor ipn.l-^Ity and still have nunv lu.e^things said of It in th ^ ad^^vert 1st men t. From Clothesthe Best Toclothes the p1-t is a longrange. So Ion'; and so^varied that there are vary^few experts. We data to beexperts. Trimmingthe Finest Meansquite an rteni In the^cost of a Suit. Yo.t wotiid^be astonished to lino v the^difference in ivrnr and sat^^isfaction that is derived^from a well-trimmed Suit^as oop pares* with a Suit^that is t limned to save^money in the cost^and^catch the eye. Fit theNeatest ThatIs our hobby. All our^Suits are cut from patterns^of tested accuracy and can^be relied on aa perfect^ters. To make Pricesthe Lowest Thatpood workmanship^and material would admit^has always' bun our aim.^Winn we tell you that we^have Men's JM.on. flti.uO and^Jls.OO Suits that we in n-^^ Ider good values at that^price, and that by reason ofthe fa^ t that the lots an brokenand some sites out,^w e are w illing to sell Hum^for the uniform price of^ilO.Ofl a Suit, don't jou^think it will pay you to pay^us a cull'.' Freeticket In the Butte^Business College scholar^^ship with trary dollar ^ x-^pended in the Big Store. GANS^ KLEIN TheBig Clothiers WhoNever Break a Promise 120122 North Mala Strwt. Butt.. Molt !Turtle Creek to-day. I'lum ('ret k was^I in full operation, and the entire force^I of the strikers was centered at this^I point, hut without success. Late this^afternoon President Dolan look 25^! strikers from thf camp and marched to^] Plum Creek, where a meeting was ur-^: ganized. Speecheswere made by President^^ Dolan and Vice President Mai key and^the men cautioned to keep within the^law. While the meeting was in prog^^ress. Sheriff Lowrey and Chief Deputy^Richards, w ith an armed force of .hp^utlis. appeal oil upon the scene. Sher^^iff Lnvvry read thi Injunction procured^by l^e Arroitt and ordered the strikers^to disperse. President Dolan replied^that they were on public ground and^produced a certificate from the road^supervisor uf the township, declaring^the place a public highway. Sheriff^l.owi v again ordered them to disperse^and after a short parley the meeting^w us closed and the strikers marched^back to camp. I'pon their return. It^was liarned that men from the Pan^Handle district had started for Turtle^Creek and would ivach thi ie to-mor^^row morning. Whenreinforcements arrive arrange^^ments will be made to gn to Plum^Creek Sunday evining and guard the^mines until men start to work, when^anothtr effort will be made to Induce^them to come out. President Dolan.^Secretary Warner and C. Miller, are all^at Turtl^ Creek camp to-night. The^camp bus been organlxing on military^lines. (Wards and pickets are oil ifuty^and all strangers will be kepi on ^ihe^outside. ItVtraJwagonloads of provisions^were received and enough rations are^now on hand ol feed MM men Sh r^Iff Low l ey said this evening I hat he^would visit lb camps In person to*^morrow and after making careful in^^vestigation would probably decide |q^take some decisive action Monday.^^Camp Desertion.'' at the McCrea^school house, w ill be the nuarters for^many strikers of 'th ^ next few days.^Committees and sub-committees will^visit the offending miners in th'ir^horn-'s to-morrow w ith the hope of in^^ducing them to Join in the move^^ment. Atmldnighi President Dolan stated^he had received word that TOO men^were on their way from Thomas Hun^UNI from Carnegie and M from Mink-^k-rat. By noon lo-morro v he ^-HiJ^2.000 men w ill !^^ In camp. Acall has been issued for a mass^meeting of all miners In the Pint hue ^,^disti ll I at McCrea s school house, m ar^[^e Armitt's mines on Monday at 11^o'clock. The call urges all mi.ievs^throughout th ^ district to arrange to^proceed to the meeting place. It con^^tinues; Theminers of this district confront^a crisis. In their peaceable, law-abid^^ing contest for bread, they have b n^outraged In the name of the law by^the sheriff of Allegheny county. It^is absolutely necessary that the tnin is^at this tin-' administer a prot st^against misinterpretation of the stat^^utes. It.is expected that Ul leHSt a thou^^sand miners will attend the meeting. I^Speeches will tie mad' by Preside.il^(iaiiand of the Amalgamated associa- i^lion: President Thomas of IRS Na^^tional Pattern Makers' League and !^local officials. NON-UNION LEADEN KILLED. TriiotileI. I xpeiieil nt the Sfottdalc lr.ni^and S'eel Works. Sioitdale. Pa.. July U.^ William rum-^mings. the leader of the nun-union^men, brought here by the St ntIdal*-^Imn A Stiel company to take the places !^of the strikers, was shot and instantly '^killed to-night in lioni of the Cum- :^men lat hotel. fummings and three^com pa n ions, who were non-union mi n.^encountered u number of strikers as^tin v eainr out of the barium and a war^of words opsin '1 Some one fired a re- j^volver and a dozen shots were fired In 1^nuick succession. Cummings dropped^dead with a bullet through the right^temple, and his time companions lied |^to the mill hotly pursued by an angry^peas d. Whenthe non-union men renohed the ]^enclosure Ihe deputies mi guard sur^^rounded them and the mob was forced^to retreat. Sh^*riff latUMt of Qttteae-^buss is now on his way hi re w ith ^*0^men. At midnight everything was i^quiet, however, and there was no fear^of further outbreak Reports as to how^tie -.hooting ^^^^! urred are conflicting. ^^James Dolf one nf the non-union men^with Cummings. was arrested to-night. I^and other arrests will follow. Tie -it- 1^uation Is ven much strained and no^one can predict the outcome. IBridge tired. Masslllon.Ohio. July tt.-A Who ling It'l LakeKile railway bridge bttxfcten M IHM I'lI mil l*ong Run was se* ,n nr. I lastnight. Track men put out las 'ire I -ml...**^! Ihe bridge. This loid Is irowd- I edwith coal from West Virginia. I ...| Ilrighi. Pittsburg. July Jl ^ District Prestdtnl^Dolan of the mine workers la * la ted over |^ih^- sut i ess of the mo\^mi ni la bring nut^UM iwii of the New York * iTeveland j^^ i i'ual eompany and says ilo re- ,^^ ull egiecda Ms brighlr-t anticipations. | Themat. h was made on the Pbim i it. k^mines he ^:^id 'al .a early hour ji .1 Willi bllt lew exicptlolls Ho iota, rs :^ fusedt^ w.uk The . vp.. ianun. ot ^In^^ning the I.it strike are greater thin nt^any time sine, it was Inaugurated Ihe^close of the foutrh w.. k of th.- -ink**^shows more miners Idle In (he oountrj^than at any time In the htatory of the^coal Industry. TARIFFSCOMPARED. Iliugle)Hill ll U Per ^ nil. Higher Miss^Ihe Mil Kill. Washington,July :tl.^ The ennm in.on^of ihe present tariff l.w with tin w li.on^act hss bei-n . one-!-1 -.1 Itmade by CharlesII. Kvans, who has la-, u enpaPM^In aouie eapartly In the preparation of ill^tariff bills with which csagTSM hsi dsail^since 11*72. 'Ihe comparison Is ni.ide In^late, ^apresiHtl In adv tlorem terms, la the^present law and the Wllain I. w. The^stattment places the averagt duly rule^undi r the n-w law -it .4.Mi p. i rent, adva-^lotem aa against an avel ige nf e'.hl |a-r^c*nt under th*. W ilson law. tlie avavapg^btlng tigurcd upon the lia.-is ul values lu^im*. The si hi doles show ihe fullowl'g^inert iscs in p. rcentages: Chemicals,flam 2^..*-i to .:n.i,7. wool- iel^woolens. 17.tS! to MJtl silks. eS :ai i^ B.^t;^e.trihenware and -.-la-, war. - lo ^2 17;^met da. B.U u W.M: sugar 47.M to N.Mj loh.o. o. Mi.H la MI.H sgrtcaHanJ praa- inif 22.(4 to 3* 42: spirils. Ill .1 to ^M:^cotton manufacturt s, 42.7^i to :.J 4 !. Some lMi l.4-.aeleifil.il 111 revenue .111 asfollows: I'lnmlcals, from $:.,iilti.24!i m^$* I2l,iai: eurlhenwsre and ^lassware.^BMtlja I i WJUMI; inelala 11 um Rl,-^IH,M 10 117.4117.4X2; woods Iran UM''.,. ^ m^PX4PMM sugar from J2Ii.slu.7e.'! lo ^'.4.2o;.-^i*42; agrleiiltural praiaett from $7.7:'^' i.II^to ||I,Vs; Mis These .-llniat. s in tiaseil^upon ihe lappaBtttM thai tin- value and^volume of Imports will rem iln the aamt. Anllilpiirliint Klectliin. Dallas.Tixas. July '.1. Three ameml- naatgtg tag state coaatltutloii win ts votidon next Thursday throughout Tex^^as. No i leetlun slin e Ibe days of the re^^el listruetloii has involvid so much for^Ihe welfare of th.- commonwealth aa is^ih p. inl.-iit on the l ite ol lh. se three con^^stitutional smeuilm^*nis. Tin tagat .uii'iiil-^ments to lie votisl for are; First,to provide (or lag Irrigation of^arid and seml-aiid Isluls; second, lo )n r-^mit eert.iin counties IS issue b-.uui.- lo^aid in the consiriu tiou of railroads; third,^to v alidate bonds ktaMaee! by e.rt dn ^-oaii-^tles to build court houses. jails and^bridges and to muk* other ImprmggM in-,^and which wel*- agvgglll by the slate wiltl^mtiney iu the larinunru! publii s. In ol^fund, and Wlllell lionds are v thi agMgtg^o' the t.s'hnieal Infringeini in ui viulailon^of existing loiistilutluiial pruvlaloiis. Ilosed lis I iM^rs. A-heville,N. C, July ::i. -The first^Natlunal hank of this lily did nut spaa^lhls morning. The bank will fa Into v ;^unt iry llnuldatinn. Tin ! ist .-inn ii ^ nt^^I iwed loans and iliseoiit.-. 130s.'Jf'^~. A^drafts. |10.:I22; deposiis, |l7ii,SV.c, capital^stock. IWO.nW; surplus. |2^.n^^i. Killedmid It .lib..I. S.Human. Mo . July H.^Tag I ndies of^ilenrge Tinker and W. T Uatpgfi young^SMS whose homes are ^;il.i i i It* In Ar^^kansas, have linn found three nil!. 3^north of here. The skulls of bath men^rdmw marks nf viol* tie. and it is bell-Ved^they were beaten in death and rnhtied. SPAININ A TIGHT PLACE WarWith the United States the^Only Way Out. FUNDSCANNOT LAST LONG Sn- .ct.OO a' ' lie Pi.. ve Settle- lie;.: if U*g S.-M i. -^^-11 Viewed^as a VlOtorv oe \nn ^ 01 Diplo- uiacy-TrluiupliforFoster. SPALDINGFOUND GUILTY THE JURY IS AGAINST HIM ON^HI8 THIRD TRIAL. I'orI7ntliruliiig HiiiiiIh Jlelonging lo the^I nlterally-lle Hill Curry the^I SM' In Higher I ourta. Chicago,July fl fTmlss \v. H|i^hling,^^ x-pr. -1.1.111 of ih- Owhs Si.vings lian!;,^was In-il.iy fnuinl glllltv nf elllhrxsl* Ul. I ll amihi- wataaeg ^. laag si |ggpgiaga mentin the p. uiieiiiiar.v. The sp. Uho^gtaMJi -igalllsl Spahllnir was Ibe gglbtg^xbni.nl of lajiids of Macoupin county. Il^^linois, beloiigille- lo the St-ale lllllVelSi 1 y nfIllinois, t^r a*Mah Ipahttag w*s mag urer,and vtluni at |gt*44tg Thiswas ^pahMBafi Hilrd lllal and the^ev lileiu-e subrntited la th*- jury was pra.--^tlially th. same ^s on fnrnu r Mala In^those lie was SSgSlttsd he. iSOS Hit .liny ii.i.pv'iiin hypathscatal the baatia mi a* mil^Intent to emla-axl. ni. nt.^ Th. jury^found lilm gulliy on MM ssggg gtmniii-^on which he w is twice a.ipilttttl. the^only dUTereiie- Is-lng thai liny i nib i lie differentview of ^paHUaa'i lagaailona Theprisoner lagt Hi- rardM vir.v hard,^and sat with hgsggj hsad while the flstp^nad Ihe llTulings ol th.- Jury, lie will^ni'k^ ^ hard Tight la fori he g.n.- to th.- aggtMaattry ami win i my ih^- saas gp toIhe highest court. Th* hngili of the j^s.111. in ^^ is si ttbd hy tin prison ggjaggj g| -^the slate. Kxlral^* in * ri -1 lev 'diary. NewYork. July .11. -The Kvinlu; Pgga s laOtiihini on*-s| ioiii 1 e m led graph, llI- hgahMlo-day. Two huti.1l.il and tttiy^thousand lioumls Japanes. muny waa^rek^as*il from III. Bank of Knglmil to^^day. Thi- lit lit r. i list d any *fl*r| of tlie^extra ilemand for mom v 'I Hi. OBg of^the month. Il Is und. rstooil lhat tlie^flrsl installment at the Japan-s. lands^recently issued here have Just tain ship,^pen from Japan lo laon.lon. Comln:' Hiua^In Installmuils It l:^ok- a.- though the^four million^ odd may l^ n moved virad-^nally from ihe market, and not suddenly,^but I cannot say definitely. The Austrian^demand for gold la still strong. All ar^^rivals of s ivi reigns for next 'lues.lay^from Au-nalia have already been Imtight^up. TheWapga eg gse. St.Jusepli Mo. July ^I.-Two wee'.a^ag i I. iv. l! Tieney. one nf the bot-known^farmer- in this reaaty, wis gggssgei^i-lni-e with d-l.s Li Ins. i youns girl^nam.d laiura Brown This Hfunioon the^girl's two brothers. William and Charles,^im-et T. ^n^^ on Hi. -tr..t t liekalb Ad^drew pistol, and I.* gan to mi: Ten sho.a^were tlr.d In th^ iriw.l.il - tula and^when the amok* cleared . way Yeerey^vo found to he met a II) wounded i.ng^WlllUm Hrown s. verely wounded. Ill II - . Joseph. St.Joseph Mo.. July 31 ^With the mer^^cury registering I HO degree, m th- sheil-^snd 12e in the sun. the heal was alni .st^unbearable to-alav. A number ul p*i. us^wi re overi-om* b^ He h.ai. i'll .rb- ^ .;..^and Krank White gfg In a critical London.*'al. 31. -A Spanish diplo- ,^mat. who hi In close ton. h w ith Senor^Caiu.vas tie Castillo, the Spanish pre^^mier, inforgta ihe correspondent of ihe ,^asatn -1 ^ I prt that Ii is useless lo**|^atleiniit in ill- -i ih' tin t thai the^Spanish minis'iv is in a v. ry tight I^place, lie gays ^We can kei p up the i^war In Cuba onl^ so long as our funds^last, ami ihe Hun when they will fail^is almost In light. W in n it cornea, gfg^must give tip I lie sn uggle. Now we^ui Umi I'liiad n race to .In ho at any-^body s demand but we can ^lo so by^pleading greater force in a vvac with^tin I niied Slut s. Such a result nat^^urally would be very unpleasant tg us.^hut in order lo prevent a revolution in^Spam ami tht overthrow of the mon^^archy, war la tin-only way out. Thepitaneti knows from President^McKitiley direct that lv pci snnally does^^ ml want war. am! vv isln s lo save us^from iln- coal and Ihe bloodshed. Hut^his cabinet .only partly shares his^views, while lie senate, house of rep-^n sennitives, the American press and thepeople of tilt I'nlted Sillies favor asettlement; With big guns. PresidentMcKlnley, however, while^first for pi art, has dn lured himself as^not shirking from wai I peace meuK-^in i s I ,i il This is i n position ami nut - unitylends sPrein-.tb lo ihe Independ^^ent course wnl' ii i Init ial Woodford^will pui - tie. pis Instructions will be^ui tin- outset pi all. nipt to nluaiii for^i'ul a ih- peaceful in. ana ,,r Cuban In-^drpendenoa Hi Is destined p. be de-^fesled in his proposal tin moment it Is^made; for Spain wuuld Infinitely prefer^war, wHli or without the encourape-^ni lit of other ii.uions. to any surren^^der on the Cuban question. This is the^fact, and the premier sets no other^way out of Ihe present impasse in^Spanish policies He w ill court war the^moment ihe I'nlted Slates becomes^Imperative In Its demands. The wave^of gnat emotion and palrlotlsin such^a war woul|l rail out in Spain would^naturally auig all threatening domes-^lie question* and disturbances. The^Cat lists, rrpphllcans und all others^wuuld unit' for Hi^ nation as th y^could be united by nothing else: and^when ill feanfl. If Spain should If d^^fe.it'll. Cuba ^.mill le surrendered^w ith.nit impajrlliiig all pies, m political^and inoiiarcniKi Inslltut ions. Theengineers' dispute has apparent^^ly settled down to a pratahpgd snug^^gle. Iluth ma-tors ami men are un-^ytetdinfll The fornvr s pganlon has^MM slrengiheii'd by ihe fact that the^.Northampton cycle employers have^Joined thi' employers' federation and^is.su. d lockout notlcis to 2i pel i cnl of^their employes. The engineers haw^responded by tailing mil the other 7-'i^per cent. Tin masters held a meeting^on W dnesda* and declared lhat they^were more than ever determined In re^^sist the action of the engineers. I! is^announced on the contrary, by trade^unions' slut'lm nts, not signed, thai a^t umli r of He employers lederatlon in^the vicinity of London, had yielded to^the demand for aa elghi hour day. Muihdissatisfaction Is expressed In^ollicial and mercantile circles at Ihe^pmsp etlv e si it lenient of I he seal i|ll s-^thin by the ar of ihe Washington con-^f' lence especially as such uu arraugt -^imni will remove a cause of a hot dis^^cussion betvvten tin* I'nlted States and^Qreal Britain, although at the nut- i^of Koster's journey, tllpluiuatists and aganpapanhire iidhuled the idea that^there was anything ageggapn |o be^.h ga Ambassador Huy and Kosler^havi romplelily changnl this view,^an t Ureal Kriiain Is tlnally doing ev^^erything ptiHslble to meet the wishes of^the [Tnlted Sinus Doijbtless It is part^^ly owing to ibe support of Koster's^ideas received from Ittissia ami Can^^ada. Sir Wilfrid I.aurl' i ami Mr. Da^^ves have all along favored a i urn dila^^tory altitude toward Iln- proposals of^the Dallas Slat. - Thecoafi n nee ^ ill m i in IBS third^or fourth week in Octoher, Ihe exact^dale being left lo lie ihti rmineil by the arrival^i th British saaerts froes th^geadag itioumis Qreal Britata win be^represented by Sir Julian fauAcefote,^th. sagbaasaaor. and 9ml Dare)^Thonaaun, Tin Dpjtatl states win pnbablvb. rep! -'in d by Mm w^Kosler; Japan, by the Japanese minis^^ter at Washington, and RMastg by a^i 'mmittee headed by Dr. Mai ns, pro-^i.-sin of lattriinttaigj law at the iirl-^v rslty of St. Pi t. rsluirg. I ho was gV I-^i gated b] Uus-.a to hold the poag par-^It w ith Kostcr i'anails w ill be rep^^resented by Sit u lifted taprtor and^Mr. Iiavies. Thei on!'tern ^ w ill discuss t ii- whole^question as mis. *i by Ih^ Culled s Meg^will graft a Scheme of protection for^the siai- w iiii ^!^' ids fur tarrying BUI^the same, and will decide all open^claims Itsrepot I villi l^ adopted ad nf mi^^lium. bMt as Russia and Japan an ,n^trely favorable 1^ the pretenslnns uf^the tJalted Plat - ami as Croat Britain^is Indifft : ^ in so 1 ng as Canada is sat^^isfied, th- caafereaw may said to lie a^dlplomatie triumph for the I'nited^States and a |- Iinaal triumph for Pos^^ter. I'nh-ss n ttsulta In s- divided r -^port, which Is not eapocted. lite gov-^ernmen's concerned will Immediat ly^emlsidy a scheme In a |^ermarent^agreement in th form of a refe-emlum^so thst it can le executed In the rea^^son of !^^^,' ThePpectator in an article entitled. LgggVI^ ^ l met it an Wealth.'' re- !.i s '., t he retln meat of President An^^drews from Brown unlverslt:- at.d Pro-^f muir B mat ' om Chicago unlv isity^ssying ^We an msrrely esea|t the^oggggggadon thai a conspiracy rtista^among the heads of trusts In America^io Interfere with the ft edom of i. oli-^Ing In the universities so far as econo^^mic qv ain-n- are coin ^ rsnl, In order^lhat nothing shall lie uttereil w ht^ h has^not sgcglved lla trade mark of ^non-^opollst approval Thepa pites the Americans as | rduel altiios in ihe situation of Kus- |^^la by ihe censorship of wealthy mag^^nates over th- universities, and says: |^^Capitalists hav, subsldlged the pul^^pits, bought up lb*- press, seated well- i^paid attorn.: s in the senat^. and final lyhave an.tilled ihelr hands out to^Ihe csWsgss, which It Is sn easy thing^to rapture by such generosity as Rn k- efeil.-rs. Apparent!) It la their Inten^^tion hxconvert th. UaMeg states lata^a laiwerful oligarchy, and Ihey will ex-^tsarg tgk gwgyol ihe oligarchy to .till'i^lands, when they can.'' BtepherCrane has announced thai ha^likes England so well that he will make^Knglaml Ins borne Crane's hunks have^found their grestest vogue In this^country, ami In- Is r eviving consider^^able attei.n. ii in literary circles here IN THE park William.1. Beys* iiij.iiiiis MataM In Wonderland. fountainlleyser, Wyj., July 21.-Will-^inn J. Bryag left lure this morning tor^Hie Intel -lor sf I he pgrt Willi l.ak^ hotel^i- III. Oll.listiVe iHiilll. He spent several^haavg In ihe ii|i|ier pgpasi i-a-i-i among^th.- geysers. He ri ma 1 neat there so long^thai he abandoned all Id. 4 of making^ih- Lata hot*I to-night and dechhst to^camp where nighi found hint. Bine^ ar^^ming here he has changed his plans^samewhal mil will not crimp entirely,^stopping at hotels, should h*' tea. h ili.m^tuw-rds evening, lie Is traveling attiwll^ami will -i^ ml several days al th** lake tphg To-dayBryan and Ida party were ae-^. ^ *mp.1111*-.1 by Qovernor Jam..- P Kaglc gagaMe of l.it11. Reek, Ark The tw gt-ntlem.uare SM frlentls and en|o^**.l^Ihelr eliaiu ^^ nueflng There wi re a num^^ber of hWtJgll belt iSSt night ami ttttr^giach urging Mr Bryag const mail to^niaW. a Itrb-I aihh.-a 1*1 ire tt-lillllg. He^pyggaUtd Hie -lull- in tlie POtSagg and.^sill rounded by guests, hot* I alt lehea and -itiiiiti*.vgea* lm vaveval apaalsa iiis^tagach w.*- nt a humorous turn, not^leih lung on i iiui. -I matters at all. He^aitltl he did not Intend to make gpgat bsg^while In Hi*. |vark. as he .aid he losi ,; mostevery stale tie sp.lkt ill lii fore g|gg imnlast I.ill -anti earrb.1 those h- .n.l^not s|teak in. and h*^ waa anxious oi cir-^ry 1 ns the park al Ihe elistlon anil would^refuse all future ovirtures In maki ggs^i i rasg while in Ihe park. After finishing iu gyaaaa hi aggMaHy sinok feaMta wiih allpresent. ii',-*.i i.nmi Laws* Washington.July II -Tu sii.it real mis-^lliul.rsl auilliu.'s .nut I'lUiletitlons as lo^what laws art- ggpHeahlg lo Alaska, gg^far is I tlltl laws are i-one.lln ^l i'niili.l- sinn.i Manggg of th.- general land sf.^His- has made a slal.in.nl In which he^ggyg lb*-** laws ar. appllcaltle; Klrsl, atatvalIs sal laws of ih. [Tggvsd Hi in-. -eiumi lownsile liws, widt h provide for^acquiring Idle from the governimiu ui^inwnsll*. IrUMasSi third, law provltllug^for Irade ami maniifat lur*- and giving^each la rsmi Ilia ai res of land in ggtggpget^torni. Coal land regul nlona are illsiint t^fi ini mini nil regulations or laws, ami^lurlilli ii in of neither coal law^ nor pub^^lic land laws extend lo Alaska. tb^ MM. inivkatafaapragabji ssetudat by ibe laws ilnin-elvis trum Ihelr oiaralloua. *lS*.**.I.^*^!*^*^ ll^eonaee*4. AtlantaHa., July 31 -At a meeting of^Hie republican isinunitlee of Plekena^i .mnly heM ii Jas|h*t to-tlay reaolutanis^Vgfg atlniil.tl deiio-im ing the partiabtv^of Ihe r^c*'tii ailmlnisiratloii for in gro^paMlMaas, and declaring lllal the white^ii,. nil^ is of Hie party In that congres^^sional dlslrlit would not -laml le-lng ilis-^eriininalt'I ji;ain^t In fuvor of negro-a. KAISERTO VISIT THE CZAR ElaboratePreparations Made for^Meeting of the Emperors. GRANDMILITARY REVIEW OoetalpConcerning Sherman's Retirement^From the Cabinet-Herman Comment^on the Dtngley Bill Very Acrid -^There Will Be No Retaliation. Berlin.July II^ Emperor William^readied Knl mi board the imperial^yacht Hob ^i/.o||ern v est. i d.r nn^Th a i-.lay next, ai companled by the^empress and by Ihe entire suite, under^command of Prince Henry of Prussia,^his niaJiHiy will start for St Peters^^burg to visit the tsar. Prim e II.tin n-^lohe will entertain Ihe emperor at I' i-^erhof TheBMta IpaJ authoriteis of St^Petersburg will signallg* the visit by^Ple-t llllllg lo Ihelr inajestiew all. ea of^bread ag a silv.r dish ami salt in a sil^^ver sail cellar, latth richly ornamt nt. I^In the KiiHshin style und engrave.! with^the Joint arms of St. Petersburg and^Oermany. I'lam the rim of ihe dish Is^tin- follow ing Inst i lptlnii; ^Tn their^inajisiies ||M empirnr und empress of^i iermany Thegrand military maneuvers ut^lloml.trg will begin mi S pt. J and w .li^continue to the 10th. The Prince of^Wales sill la- among the guests of Ihe^kaiser at tin prim ipal reviews lie^has mo.lm- -I hia plans ami w III lake a^course nf the waters next month at^Mnrieiibad instead of al llomberg as^hitherto, This decision has greatly^^ lai..I ihe town folk nt Marlenbad and^correspondingly depressed ihe Mom^^basa; people. Who hud collie lo look uponthe visit as an annual fixture. Professorllirschberg. the well-^kiiowu authority on uplhalniia.' has iln-^isheil his examinallnn into the causes^of Kgypllnii opthalmla which is now^prevalent in many pans of Prussia. In^ihe course of his report to the govern^^ment, he says: ^The old opinion that^h.ui .mil dust helped in pmpagate ihe^disorder Is no longer tenable Th.' dis^^ease Is initsi pi vajjgal along river wa^^it i- gag In bogs ami lake districts It^Is never found in the uplands Hut of^Ih^- -T.iNNi cas* s which have been exam^^ined under sapvrvisloa. it is found^from .'il tn 4T pgr cent among the chil^^dren in v illage schools. Ill to l*i In low n^schools ami R |a^r cent, in high st In...Is The^ luef neaetty is an laepfwyfgntwt of sialsl couttitions M lr Arthur Mm l-giin. head of the^celebrated school nt Frankfort, dud^suddenly at Inlerlaken lust Monday.^He was '^ ^ ars nf age and until with^^in a few years was head master of the^well known schiMil at Uunu, where^ninny prominent Amertrsns and Eng^^lishmen have been educated, lb- ^ a^lending authority on .-'lilt all.mill mat-^t. is throughout (Iermany. Theempress has varied the ninnolony^of her stay at Tegernese by a visit to^Munich She was accnmpanleil hp the^five print 'a und lunched with Hie prince repeat Prta fjaaar eatg*W\Mai his ninthbirthday on Tuesday al T-c-i^nese, from w hen, ,, the empress ami hi r^children will return to Berlin. Therumors In London concerning the^possible r tiremeiil of Sei r.-tai v Sh. r-^Bvaa are et h.Mil here, even In oflrlal^QarBaag and American t in les. but with^this difference^thai Mr. Sherman Is to^lie succeeded, not by Whltelavv Held,^but by Ambassador White liossip^even goes so far as to attribute White's^hesitation lo leave the Kaiser He*f hotel^for permanent geaileig to tli poggtMlv^Ity of his having soon to rnuni to^Washlngtim Thecomments of the QenaM press^upon the Iilngley tariff bill are ex^^tremely acrid, but great satisfaction Is^^ xpressed al the fact that bug quan^^tities of Herman giurils were sent to tlie^I'nlted States in anticipation of the^event. While wishing to revenge them-^selves upon the Americans, the most^chauvinistic journals are not blind to^the fuel that reprisals on the part of OanaaayvomM serecy prove kiaaaMr. angs I.ii. Count von llliiineiithiil. the onlv^garvlvlag commaniier of the army of^I Ult-n, t ^inplet.-il to-day a b rm of 70^, years uf servh Piinn. Bismarck Is In egcellnit health,^tin W.tliosday lie rei^|v.i| print.- S. hn--^nat li-Caruleth the new commander of the^llallaarsla.il etilrsastera, of which regl-^BvJgg the prim^^^ Is liotiurary colonel ow^^ing tn the aaaadaj failures of Ihs Ii. riln^^^l*o^liloii nf ly., ii,,- tomtnltt.. nceiuly^^niMinn..il ilin ih*. :^ i^er rent, guar-.in- thersi,..' two ipalaM lata Owen rar a* faai wwaM have to auiiflceaj thu Iul it*, in . ul il. *^ Ih. law agntiat g. mil^^ling, prostitution .mil Sunday opening:^gpjg against the sheriff, against til*' |(ee* .inBayar, DMdaaaai ami haraMf M I Nicholsonfor failure t.. thilr dply and^enforce the lawa. and ag tlnsi Ihe pr.-t nt^and former lavirds if alderman for al- Ifgeilnegleel of llUly. Judgellw.ra. after the r* port of ibe^Jury made an extended statement, alleg^^ing Hi t the reiwr tsas Intended a- a Pga^lib. rate Insult lo Ihe court and thai the^Jury had tall.al In lis duly hy gajhnillag^to indict owners of batMhgpl and certain^imllis. oBlclals. Th*- . nllr* pro. ee.luiga WHOLESALEINDICTMENTS AURAND JURY TAKES A WHACK^AT IT8 OWN JUDGE. liemid lorly Other. Are (barged Hub^N.il Ikailug Their llulj sllrrrd^I p n **en^atIon. I..a*l\ill*-. Ogle*. July ol.^'I lia- Pay ha.^lain full of aensations in court tilt lea. TWi W.-li - -e.-.t .Itltlge I'Wela *^| the tlls- triclcourl dally* red a siroug charge lo^tint gram! Jury lo- had summoned rela^^tive to tin auppressiou of gainbliug ind^pio'llimljii. The charge was illr^.ilv^alme.l al i wii.r- of buildings ns^al lor^g.tnililing ami |irosl II u l inn. gSal ill.ged^thai prominent pnll.-e ollb * i a wer* gullly a rsaalag beaass for thaai pta^pang JudgeUw.ra' eharge also d* ma tideil an Inv. -Hgatlnn of the prseilee at Ihe illy^in i nl' ctlng llcens. s (tn in .alitiittnn and^galllllling. 'the Jury as aebeled lOllsl-t.'l^^j promiucitl business men mil three min- i-ieis.ami it *vasaa apea seerei lhat the jurywi- nut In symp..ihy Willi lb* judge^tn his action. To-daythe jury haisled In an elaborate^nport ami with it ^un^ *i hull*annuls,^irnat ,,f theai galnal ..nun* ottliers mimingsfalmtt Charles J Von Arn^' alias Robert I.udwig von Turkh*tm. npea thesruund that al the lime of her als^^bgetl marriage Von Turkh.im had aa*^, other wife from whom he bad not been^' *^^'-'I in kef tompUint Miss iYoung set. forth Ihe circumstances eager^| wlii. h -*,,. wis in.In. ^.| to marry Von Ar-^^l whom she suhse.iuenlly iIIsh over.d |to I.* a detsetlre in the employ of C. i. IBllllwell. and .tales thst she hvllevse |h*^marrlige n^ is* ps-t ef a scheme on the^part of Ai ta go! bvr out ofth*. country. FIVE NEW MARKS. \Beeard-Kregklag Hay al the Iteavrv^Wheel ^ Inb Traek. Denver.July Jl.-Thla w-a^ ^ great day^. for r*-t ord-br* iking, not less than ttva^I in w mark- bring made al the Denver^Wheel . lm. - track. 8. U. Helxtll r ,.!*^ for -'1 ii. -^!. II, began^*! . ^ I- In. '. ^- -1 ^ I 11 V .inil 'noil...I at -'^^ h s .u t. i ' sill, covering :SS nlb-s. Tho^f irn.. r r*. ^^^^ ^ ^ .'^' M-ix. ii was off theHack about two hours during the) time. AmosH. Muxliaa Male two miles iin;si^v4^in I jl .'^'^ in.-in.- ih- prof.-.tonal lee.^' ord of I ^. P. J. lie, ger and W. A. Ilea^I sireei broke the am i* ir mil*- tandera^; i-ompetltion record of i.H. making tea .11.1.in.- |^ 1 ,^ I-^,, ll. A. Maxwell eslalw^. Ilsh.d e re, oral of V, ... onds for Ibe bslf- mileprofessional, paesg, flying start. Ji*g^' Hell liwirad th** amttcur unpaecal leg*.^I ord for two-thirds nf a mile from \:M i^* 1:11M Reealte:Mils. prof, nttepal. open^C f*.^Illmslreel won. ii. Maxw. ll s*t ond. W.^i' Mills third: lUae, Ml Two-thirds^ef a mil- prof, aslonal- C I. lllBMtrveg^won. il A. Maxwell -^on*l. E. R. liim-^nmi ih.t.: time, iMile -mat.ur, tandemI*-, k r -ml Illmslreel won. alax-^^ ai ami West la ml sei-ond. Zlnna srnl^Smith ihlnl tim* 1 ^ !-^^.. ^ world's rec^^ord. Half-mil. ot'1 ^sejant^C, I llim-^slr..l won. XI ' Mills --.ond. C. C. CXlU^tins third: time, l ei ToGet nl the gaeli.^Wsshlngiea, July ll.^Kxpert Samuel^C. Iiunham of Ih.- IMeMl bureau of la-^I I^).' left here to-day for Hi- gold belt of^j Alaska, where he will make sn investi^^gation and report in time for the pro-*^i.^ nil spring migritl jus. Hs has ts.ni^I ln.iruei.,1 hy *'omrolssftoner of Iasbor^I Wright to make a critical Inquiry Into^j 11p|M^rtiiitles for business, for Invest^^ment of t.ipiial. employment of labor, v*^si of living, climate, best means* nfr* telling- the geM tn his ami kindred^sublet is lie will go dtnet t^ San Fran-^. Is. o gad will sid from thi re about Aug.^'J. taking Ih. Jun. an oyerlind route anil^leaching the kluii.lv ke region about thu^middle of September. 4arllu (tel. a llivor.e. Sp*^ id lilspat.h iu ihe Standard. Ipglfaai.Wash.. July Bligsdlsw^ihn.r.tl William I' ^ ' ^ r^u,. Vnlle*! Stales^irmv, ntiri.l. has obtained a decree of^ilivor. e In ihe auperlar court. The d^-^f. ml,tin. Matilda J. C*THn. Is In Kuropv.^.ml was inn represi nt^d at the irlsl. IIii nUsed IV^tple UrvSBaS, It.r11ii July ^.^Devastation caused by^' Psoas in nude I. wideepriud. Nothing^I like It ha. n i iirt.d In thst district for^Laetertse The loss alr*.t*'.y reaihes many^millions of marks, and It is estimated)^that I'M persons were drowned. FORTYYEARS A MYSTERY THEMURDER OF DR. BUSDELL AT^LAST CLEARED UP. t*suited in a large meeting of the sign^^ers of Hi.' guarantee on Monday. The^meeting assasne unanimously lhat it did^not ritognlxe Hie right of Ihe . niiitiui i* -^'o aihipt each a measure and a desperate^effort will be mule lo plaei iln r-^i'l!lfl.-^ upon Ihg shoulder^ of the .uiiintH-^l*e. Ibesuiipoaeal Inb mil machine whleh^exploalnl in a m ill bug during a t- ^^of mall, at tin- I'ots.lam r.llway siattou^early In ih*. w*ek turneil out to be only a^p.nkage of large torpedoes of the kind l|ae.|In , y, |ls|S tO frighten dOgs. Tliewhole liberal pre., t. in arms Mis. I- inula Cininlaghana. Ibe keeper.I mi lease, la Having Mru-^gled Her Vlelixa With a I ord. I'liiiago,July :!1. ^ The Journal this even-,^lug publlshe. an interview with Will,no 1K. W oods of Chlrape purporting to glv*s Ithe set-ret of the famous Krutfell murd*t. IDr. Harvey Kurd* II. a New York dentist. 'wa. assassin.i.d In his office. No. .11 I an,I |street. 4V years ago. Mr. Wood in his In^^tel vnw t.e.lav -av.a ihit Dr. Hurdrll'e Ihousekeeper. Mrs. Emma ^ 'miningI.am. |lonlessed h.iaeir Hi.' murderess, she hav^^ing straagicg the doctor with a . jr.l.^while John J Eckel, here paramour, stab-*^I...I him Willi a dentist's excavator. Th,.i ontea.1 ,i *. cording to Mr. Wood,^v* .* inaile nt Mr.. !^r James Kosler, |Wood's grandmother ami wife of Ihe^murdered dot tor's partner In dentistry.^Mrs. Cunningham ho|ied to prove herself^Dr. Burdell'i wife and secure his tltn.isjil^esiai--. Mi-. i'uniiinghuti mule a con^^-^tlant of Mia i'twler beaauae the latter^hail l.^ friended her. Mr. Woods says this^-t.'iv would rnjt have bet ti divulged but^t^i' n ^ -nt until.asanl exi^ riencea u has^ce^t the Wood and Fowler families its^making eta has t* the aslets of J.tnes^Fowler, who dbd a year ago at Hor-^tieaux. Kranve, nhi rr hs rrtahllehsrt bla^.^self as a dentist one year before the Bar*^deil murder. The clainsa of the Woods^.ind Fowien brought out ibe threatening Ma.km*I'.,initial). WgaMaPteg,July ^l MMtaP can lie^.It.la, mo., than ha. already liaen done^lowaril maiklng the laiuiulsry line be*^tw^*n Ala-ka and Ihe Itrltlsh poss*salons longthe mat pbtetMag uniu awpnai hasi*aa...l upon ihe houndarv ireuy^now befese It. Th* re Is. hawever. uo^doubt of tli. loeaii ai of Hie line along^this meridian, a. the |^ uple In Ihe local^^ity know wh.n il I. The work of de-^markutkin will la- gaper1ateejg*M by i'.*e-^eial Duffield in i llarge of Ihe g.odeli.^-urv.y on behalf of the CnltesJ Stale. liexdaygatasg no eptaMa thai a raiiro-d run. aslly be i-onairni ted en route le^the Klondyk* gsM held., and believes l ie^enterprise w.ll worth undertaking. h.vea.lrr.d up - inne-inlous a. n^at. ^u ,^;(ln^-c| of ^ .,,.,rv ^ ,H) , andth.re I. no lelllng where it will end. ^ri,ltily. so|,||er under lUglglly at. . cirrumatsncis.Th. man, Saremba. hail^ovrrslrpped the liounilarl.s of the font-^fitations ai Dantglg and w.i- la-lug ^ .-^^to theguartt hotisi when he broke awiy^and ran. The sentry Pre*l snd the bul!-t^passed through Bar* in ha a heat) and iwo^wall- uf an iron kiosk, burying itself in a^brii k wall. This certainly prov.s ihe effi^^cient y of the German guns but the In- 1-^tlt in adtls fuel to the flames of i*opalir^re-enimeni against military severity. It littl States i'oll.lll ibneral i'harl-s DelI) will return to New York in Sep^^tember. letterslo Mrs. Wood, who was one ef tbe^nittat at tiv. tl.iim.nl*. The letters re-^f, rr*xl i^ in ike mysterious references 1*3 theliurdeli murder. I.oa*uf Ke.emie. W-.hliigton.July .^l ^ The bureau of^tke ef Ihe treasury d.iwrnmnl has^pr^pared a statement -uowlng the ggeV^mate*l loss of rerenu, to Ihs govetumem^feheaS PanbiBed.Bn a . mint of increased Itagarts ilaiuig Madrid.July 21.-One hundred Cuban the mouths eg March. April May and^prisoners, who were recently isirdon*'! I n. IsfeT. In sntlrlpntion of Ihi increased^have arrived at (llbralur, vhenre they duties imposed hp the new tariff act. The^will procee.1 to New York The gov. r - I agaregal* net loas La *siimii^,| al tuai-^m.nt organ, npnes the opinion that cT The lies given on wool of ths nr^t.^they will rejoin the insurgents.101-04111 and third grade and of munufac- agat tes uf wool amounts 10 ti4.^7^41. Phphxwgseain -giii* Molii.l July ^l.-PhylVox. ra i^ ravagingTke Harnwgam, a Oiteiee. thevineyards in *h- provin ^ ^ 1 NavSan ll in. lave. July 11. Jranuie Young, andspnadtng through the central dls- ntbersise known gs ^Bareness von TurV^trlcts of Spam.t lieim. commenced sup for dlvons this \( limb Man, [anndea,July '.1 -The St. James ^.la^^s* ii-. referring 10 iho forthcoming in-^lernatleaal coafareave on tbe sealing^says: ^Americans will is^nsi*ler^snoihrr conference a , limb down tor tho^British, ami not unnaturally. Sherman's^dispatch will lie regarded as the gltapt^cau**. Th, I'nMed Stales makes a ^iulle^unwari-nt ii-le demand We Ignsre H,^TtW'ti ihe Ameri. 1 .l^-|^ariment^' menacing and insulting disp.'- h.^VVe properly yieldeil. Il i.- ih- Ven.guelaa^business .11.1 1'lev. laml message eaoe^again. And um - si tin 11 will .onnrm ihe^Aniert* ^i political mind in Ihe com, 1 Hon^that John Hull always knuckles doua^when bullied ,111.1 ihreai.ned. Our statie-^men ar.. prrporlng for future dlssalera^for Is.th laiuntrles hy carelessly encour^^aging this .langeroua delustea. Ilnrrnnl'aTsae. nglon.July Jl.^The record hi the^tase uf Theodors Dutrant. the dan Prsge*^. Isoa iu- db al student, whose alleged gggps^form**l the sensation ul the^^ - -i',i in the ckrk's oAee ef ^ae I'litledS. lea supreme ^- .. TWO nswaa docketed as No. 4tS far the etgps ingterm. Was,t'.rl.hed. London.July St.^A dispatch from PU^Petersburg says Ibe No.osU igllewtse^that 1* parsons have perished In th^ ra^^ven I Hoods at KerU'h. tn the 1 t tinea.