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G COMMERCIAL UNION
Franme i Left Ont of the -Germany and Austria In It. ULARS ARE KEPT SECRET nown No Trade Relations. Formed 'Without Con sent of All. nild Terriblle estructive e -The Wialla Walla Itynchers. ASTERN STOHIS. MiMleuti Again Devastated by Severe Stourus. CO'rr, June 20. -The south rt of Kansas was visited by rms last night causing great Sluch damage to property rmor ls(l damage to growing storm was of a different na rent places. At Fort Scott form of a cloud-burst and at City a cyclone and at Emporia tsib Its effects were the same, erever its fury was felt. led, houses blown over, away, fences swept away hed and laid low. tt the water poured down hour. the storm having the of a cloud-burst. )11nmq of ck run, which Ilows through of the city, were washed away .ek was swelled to a vast pro ding bottoms for fIur and lep and endangering the lives milies who reside there. 'The of houses escaped as coouldl. some climined trees. ra were rescued by rescuing hInts. ()One of the relief boats ed by John Connalin. jr., B. andt Joe (11man. mIiemb'ers of ny. Their boots proved leaky to e ulbandonied. two iof the saving their lives by clinging Colnldin caught hold of a hich gave away and he a as lost rkness and has not since been ere is no doubt lihe was drowned. lives were lost but dunger to property was great. from t he su rr ounding country t loss to standing crops. It is the loss is 81.:0,(tk). Hereral the Wichita road were washed damage to the Metmphis road F.......... . ansas City, southwest from t, the storm developed into aii Little damage was done in the but barnes and houses out of damaged. Homes of John L. Nooret. Sam Brown. K. Ker nm. Brown were wrecked. All h scaped without serious injury, . Elizabeth Bowman who was l Injured. The wife of Bennett wa. the cellar and was buried under the , but escaped unhurt. A large n of barns were also wrecked. age to mrops in a radius of lt from the city is estillmatedl 50,(0K). Much of the wheat sock, and although drenched a great part of it ,'an Ie saved. cipal damage was to growing oria the storm was a tornado led Iy extraordinary rain. d one-half inches of water fell e loss than two hours. Nearly i Illar in the city was flooded and er floors of many houses were with water. The wind blew a ne, but did no particular damage city be. ind breaking down shade and shrubs. In the country crops ashed to the ground, and along which overflowed their banks I out and luined. The damalge is ted at $a5.iOtlt. ('hahbute the worst wind and rain ever known struck the town lasted about forty minutes. l buildings were badly danmaged. t .(K acres of wheat near Neoshli t east of the city. were ruined, en a loss of about $-q,K00). sceola. Mo., there was a terrible of wind ia,d rain. About three of water ftll. fltholing cellars in ty and doing nluchl damlage to the The stormn could not have come ore time for crops. Wheat was ready for the realnar and semne n cut and stacked. Muclh of the henre the storm raged i i a total nd the rest has been budl danm ('rn has just got ; fair start and I - n" i timdition to withstand ia heavy r rin. Much of it was washed Sy and much will hae) t hle replanted. ,Ularatively meagre rctplrts have been .edl friot counl y districts whoerie *Igsr occurred alind full estilmate of amg'e to crops cannot be madle. l,'rom ta iat hand, however, it is (estimated s.the total loss will not fall far short , full half million dollars. EIUROPIEAN CSITOI I.. itoil':E. S nationl sll Amruoililstll Isll andail i 1 nlwlmlged by Oneit,.l Ciril.... 'oppsghtI I l*1 Iy New York Asoelattled lresn. I Bical. u .lune 20.-- The formlation iof is great central European custunis tsgue is an accomplished fact acknowl dged by ouficial circles. An exchange Scommnunications between (lermuany, Lustria, Hungary, Italy and Switzerland ia resulted iin a basis of agreement vhich It.,aine known here today. In uagt in the realization of the most for. ildablh zollvein ever ctonceived will )ysrtop that in every other public imat whhen the scheime is generally pub . In the iniantinl the official cir alone knows that negotiations hav ._Lmained a dellnately uccerssful stage. ,She ternis ulmn which the cnmmnercia iin was agreed Iare muant to hbe helh secret until after the plenipotentiaries prepare the draft of the treaty. The conference for this treaty has been ar ranged to meet at Berlin on July _20. The league is to be an intimate commercial alliance in which no one of the contracting powers will be I priviledged to form a trade treaty with any other outside union unless it first obtains the assent of the other parties to the alliance. It is understood here the government has obtained the con sent of the federal states of Germany to a denunciation of the treaty of Frank fort, and to accepting what ever grave consequences may arise from the hos tility of France to such a course. The existence of the league will naturally af fect the trading relations of the four contracting powers with France, Eng land, the United States and every quar ter of the globe. How far independent action will he controlled depends upon the nature of the decisions of the Berlin conference. APPOINTED IIT THE GOVERNOIR. 1iegi.iiat. o IIh e Arld Land Conveillllnll ito He Held In Knalt Lake. llr.N t, JTunei O. At the request of Governor 'T'homas, of Utah. Governor Toole has appointed thirty delegates to attend an arid land convention which will be held in Salt Lake City next Sep tembellllr. The convecntion is called to, consider matters pertaining to the rectla- I mation of the arid public lands of tlh west, land to pe-tition congress to cede to eic(h state and territory such lands with in its ltrders for the pnurpoRse of recla -a tion for the support of its publict schools, and for such other public pur woses as the legislature of each state or territory may determine. The various commercial, agricultural, scientific and mechanical associa tions, together with each munici pal corporation in the several states and tcrrito;ries west of the Missouri river are also requested to send delegates to the convention. The delegates ap.pointed by thelc governmr ar-: Martin Maginis, s Samuel Ward. E. I . VWeedt. W. A. Clark, Stephen T)e Wolfe. Lee Mantle. Thomas Marshall, Frank Woody 'i. l.. h. treen ough. W. M. Thornton, 'rank 1). Brown, tH. M. Whitehill. T. W.Poindexter, B. F. White. Thomas Dear,'man. Henry El Sling, Tlonmas Joyes, \ ill Kennedy, J. V. Blgert, Caleb lilch. J. A. Savage, C. II. Middleton. II. .1. IHaskell, William It. STodd, T'. El. Collins. Ernest Crutcher, C. a M. Webster, Williiai Sutherlind and J. It. Moe. TIHE MOltI'HINIE KOI Ti. I.A MIa |isald is it - FIrom i-real Fails f ullide t In utlre. llI i. l, Julne l . .\ rounndelr in town known as Jack the litipper died in a ma Iorphine den here yeste-rday of an over t dose of mrphine. The c-oroner's jury last night brought in a verdict of death vy suicide. Jack eaine here from (;reait TIalls. where lie was knuown as Jack Adams. n No such party ts thel alter is known in Great F'lls. ",lJack tihe Itipper," iotherwise known as Jaick Martin, is still above grounod. M.vil.o.., 0., June *I. A violent aid destructive storm passed over this city last night. Hundretds of' acres of outs, wheat and hay were ruined. Wheeling and Lake Erie road was submerged be tweet Oreville and Creston, stopping all trains. Telegraphic communication in this part of the world has been cut off west of Creston since last night. Along the Fort Wayne road three iron bridges ucross Hippe creek were carried away The damage will be high in the thou Bsands. A lFtal (''lucllte. W\Cirren:t.ih., Ill., June 21. A cycloae accompanied by a deluge of rain passed ten miles southwest of here this after noon. John Brennon eas fatally hurt by Hying timbnrs, houses and burns were demolished; growing crops were destroy ed and orchards levelled to the ground. The details which are meager report the total destruction of houses and burns on the farms owned by John Brennan, John W. l"echenhach and John Good. The imn lements on these farms were caught up Ly the wind and blown a hundred varls aund more. More cotmplete articu Iar,. will probably tell of greater lestruel tion to life and property. Not Guilty. W\.t.\i.At \W.l.t., Wash.. June 20.. 'The jury in the case of the six soldiers on trial for the lynching of W. J. Hunt on April 24, returned a verdict of not guilty this afternoon. Nturaut it Kentucky. OwL:N.,man(, Ky., June 20. A storm of wind and rain, the heaviest since the tornado of March, 1890, visited this city this morning. At lIwsliprt. I corge Itay, a farmer, was killed by the blowing down of a burn in which he had taken sh,!t.'r. Neveral other barns there were destroyed, tund the Methodist church uas blown entire ly away. G(reat danumag was don to the harvested wheat. The Olymple (:luli' B1 o1i1e. Nvw Ouitla.ts, June 19. The Olyme pie club of this city has telegraphed the offer of a purse of ei.t0110 for the tight in the ()lympic club arena between tSluvin oid Sullivan, to take place Fel,. 27. Ilaltronad Accidesnt. N e\w I )I,Ii.ANN, .J n(o lt. A hlstt iex ,ress train on the Illintis Central rail rouedt. due here at T:tl p. mi.. passed Ken IneI' station nearly two hou"rs behind timet. Five miles south of that ipoint anti an equal distance fromn this city the train " was wrecked ated six Isrsmons. it is re ported, were killed and fifteen or twenty hmore or less adly hlrtl. A relief trin has Ieen sdnt to the scene of the accident withl doctors and a uitutur of ambulances ordered to the Sdeptot to receive and io' nvey tithe wo unded to the hospital. The latest rt.eirt is that the tccident is niit as se cere as was first reportetid. lire I Marqueltte. Mlcithlgn. MARlue .rrTT:, Mich.. .1uAne 11.. Th.] Nester block was entirely burned liate to night. The buildiug was iwxcupied b3 Idry gisals firus and various otlher otHices I The less is 11'~i,ti)t, insurailnce 8*;(4;.ttl. THE GREAT AMERICAN DERBY, it tr; e al: e --- on h all e Fifty Thousand People (trowdil and act S Jostle Each OIther to See tlhe S(sreat IHave. e, I = STRATMEATH CARRIES AWAY THE PURSE e 1fa 1While His Most ltangerows Foe. High Tariffl )llispuringll 1,Lays It Down 1111d I)e. r an st in --- d llucidellts of the Have Tile Betting- cu . Thlle Start. and thi, a to Time -:a,. a 4of - r TH: AHMERICAN 11m:aa,: . t. to - hl1 II ýtrtIinthm,,. WilIt hure amid i1meorei '. LE Hllgh Tariflf Dies. ji ~ ('im'. A4 , Jullne '..O). tkaith i4to ,t c horse and 1.01.(N to another: that was I the A.\merictan derby of '. A sAtrrleti Hash oil the horizon; it hltlf hundred thousanld ipeople brieathless, i gleanl o if white beneath the wire antd the richest t stake race ever run ill the west was at in end. It was by Xtrathmeath, New iork's favorite, the battle royal was won. Half a mile off where had been the thick I of the tight lay itmotiohless on the track the corpse of his for in death tligh Tar it?, Toni Kiley. the gallaunt beast's rider, twice thel derby victotr ion that ivery course had this tittle pushed lhe limit of eqlline endiuracl i. Therei was at suldden plunge. aln upward quileei stagger of twenty yards amtl 1 igh Tarilf lsuiik idown into the miud lifeless. lWhether in point of great hNrses; fa mous jFikies' magnificence; oiti f fashion able display and h tlarvelou.s out iurhing of the people its well as in siensational incidents and the lcky purse. probably no snuch lace wais eier witnesul tIthissid of the Alleghnies. certainly not in ('lli -agio. Ni olne of the slteven det rlli-ws that in proceeding years have linuiadle Waihing ton Parks liurke s c eelehbrityv I)ore thain friniiged in the intler-st iiof the classitc event iof today. Juast lenough lbrilliance sho- throughi the pallrtl overI icast sky lto light tiup the hunltreds oif guy l.l bonnets andl bright-hued puartasols that poped-lu lut everywhere froiiii the ctil house toi tie gate. hiutchi na iulli titule of thle fair sex s pulit in an appilranlte was sttnolluhilig wholly unprecedenited here aind sot greit waits the crush that hundreds of them acre wedged helplessly in an enormous 11ict oif heterogeneous intle slorts that packed the lawn solid in front of the betting ring. But for the jutm of humnanity the day would have tbeen the perfection of temperature for spectators. Once within the confines of the park, however. faces speedily flushed and plrspiration dripin-d as eager thousands punshed each other backward and forward in huge waves. No aisle or stairway in the grandstand afforded an inch of unused standing room. Its galleries and rsoof were black with people. While the approaches from end to end of the stretch including even the club house grounds, reserved for mlelmbers and friends, were full almost to suffocation. In the field showed line after line of vehicles, tallyhos. victorias and cabs all lohiaded down with jnople. stretching in bewildering succession far bIeyond a point to the rear whnerebly tny IIossibility of glilmplses of the cioiilurse couhl Iei had. Stable tops, telegraph poles anl fences to each Inuitit of the compass seemed literally festooned with would-he hIokers-on hangling t(o pickets or othe"r points of vantage as if lift- depended iln the result. Everybtaly agreed that despite the yieldiig, dustless coindlition of the sl;l that the recent rains had left, the race with the tlrrav of lpowerful aniliils eit tere.I was to ile a struggle fit for kings t slee, or for that tmatter a worthy specticle for the vast throng of Allmericailn sllvereligens thait hail gathered orn tihet ctoursle. Of the ten noble lbrutes thatil were to. make the contest, niithiilltti Kinglllitnl not to mentlion l igh r'itiT., rcrlnerin ." V'allera and Michael had in tiwity a hardi western rae- under siiilar tiruck catn dlitiions given evitlence of r-liutrktalel form. (iOn easterni tlriteks Piestulia and Snowball were Ino lis notabllle. u Iud owil wits lokedl ioil ii h)t ('tliforniians whit were sulpolledI heost able to jiudge him l its til itlist certain to lProvi it siUr prise, while l trathineath, regatrded it aill arounll thile hiest oit lust year's two utlir tolds. had Ibeen reserved ill thei piresentii selison sotlely ti tllhis racel. '-Sillltllr1'" (iarrisan. Taral, C'ovington and I'itzplt rick, probl)yhiv fiouir as cratck jolke.s i as InisnluSt lany iequal llllllber inow n ti he, turf. had bev-in Ibrouglit especiailly ftur Itw raitc- frlm Net w - lYork. and lit was current gilssiil that 1 iGrrison's pet aliibitioi iwas to ridle tin Am.\iriean derlby wiinnier. TI Kelly. tst. lthe winling jocikey ,of thlo itwo latest of th t great (!hictg clllontests was to Itite mountted and withi ii t chance oif sili-ess iquatl to the ri n iltt .. tlhe idleal rider. litsac Ml rlthli. io intienit wiO theilt huge iotn ll 'rse t of ipple' on 1ithe real event of the III y thati the tirst twl I'raves passedI ilhlutiost ionlili tieed. 'The iconfusion in thie hitsknlakers'ii quarters as thlie time for the- big rao-e ilt proulalhed waits by long ohdds ile iior.t evier witnessedl in Wlasliilngtonll lillrk iluad tbdlhnl scureely initigutglted spreand to othter portions of the groundsllli. So l-iiial tholusand wild steers at lthe sltockyallrds could hardly have haive Iimade sil It a Iei lowing or a llmotre niatllening jstle. The rislf over the Ixakl ektrsI hiads iand thilell li thousatnds of eanger gumIettiierls hiullI by this tihle ltecime thick with othelr th sands unablet to gailt atdmllsiolt htl-liw. ThIe 1lslirce fearing the frail sUllllrts wiotuld give way. causing lperhapills a hies otf sc-ores of litvis. tthttmll tllll'l to clear thel graveled platformi. "T avoid the oaticers' hlulbs. ilailt.\ i)ll the lroof jumptlllel Iphmpll into ith1 iltl ssll l.lh oilt the lotwn-. Sutd.lllyhiil the supptlorts crraketd us the line of hhic clsts forced biutck ein Iiisaseri the ic'riti d I and the fact wasi clearly detitntlstratld'l I that it was less leriloius to alla\\ ithe I reekless onitb tot remalilnl unlitiulteste,.' .'The hulbbuh was at its height wh'ien he back of Snowball cantered out into iew and centered every eye to the rack. He was heartily cheered as was iso Lewis on Kingnman and Fitzpatrick in Michael. Streathmeath's sleek coat nil beautifully clean limbs were narrowly canned by many. This was the way hey were reIorded, starters weights tc.keys and l.st betting: Snowball 122, (iarrison and P'ess1ra 2t. T'aral. \Vateott and ('amplells entri unpled:1 to I. Forerunner 125., Allen l h t 1. lidow, i 122. Hill 15 to 1. Mlidiei l2. I"itapatrick S to 1. Kingmnan 11i,.1. Lewis I to 1, igh Tariff 1l1. Kiley and I',et Scout 115. Overton,Eastin ant Lhar rabies entry coupled 12 to 1. Vallera 127. Britton 12 to 1. Strathnenath .122. (. 'Covington :1 to 1. Balgowan was serlatched about an hour ,before tlh', -. t .There was much regret expressed at Potoiuac's failure to start though it had been known for .nime lays that the futurity winner had pulled up lalme in his work and in consequence could not be sent west. At last the bugle sounded for the race and a frightful crush beguil to secure advantageous iositions from which to view the race. iFor a moment at this jullnction all (ees were turned to the rig orous lookilng cIt that was gallolping toward the grndil stand. The familiar face of Ge(;rge ('ovington was seen in the saddle. "It's Strathlieath." shouted thousands. Sure enough, it was the junior chaiplionii winner. He was cheered tI the echo hy his many aldmirers. Next canllle Kingman the lherio of I nuisville and Latonia. Shout after shouiit went tip as the great son of Glengaurry lalloped by the statid. The Campbell pair were next and one by one the horses found their way to the starter's ipost. Starter Sheridan miounted his box and lectured the iboys. Then the horses wlere placed in line and were ready for the start. The first trial was false, half a dozen refusing to break. The second attempt was without result. At the third tnrial the hoirses nloved in i solid phalanx toward the starter. Sheri dan's red tlhg was lipised in the air for ;In1 installt. Iunl withl a swish desc.udedii. A. mighty shout wtent ui. from'i the multitude: "They're oitf." 'i l tipi toi.d, tlhousainds realized with a thrill if duelight tihait thle great dierliy wsl o11. F'orr'unnr,. as if in. spired by his iuIill, juwlls dlt to the front, aliii closely filluwed ibv I'tessa and Poet Scunt. led to the tirst turn. Lilo, wii. was Istl live lengtlis away. ('4wing dlnlll ti stretchll lIet Sii out hiid forged ito the front. Strathniatlih, whoi had ibeen in the rear division minirg ilul il toi sIeinold plae un il Ki gnuulii third. Plssing the standil these positiions were steadl ily niinainStaiined. \tI the tiiurn l i cinmiel had utork.l to thei front and set i iattry iuaie dowin the back struet-li lPoet lSitnit still secondl, while Kingman and141 Stralthnieathli. the two fiaoritis., wilnt bllck to the Iunch. It was at this point tihiat thie sensation iof the day itook placei . lHigh Tariff. tihe stake winner at LIiiisville. indl ridlden liv Kiley hadl started sixth its the flag fill, and had ieen shoved releintlessly through the lih' 1i uy- ging truck, notwith standing his 127 iiipounds weight. Kiley. lbi sheer force iof will. sieiied detleriiintd to lmiake his shtilllg equaling his past .m l.,1 . tii',untiit. if record on tlhe iu crse. aild saitlicient. if within humlan lpossibilitvy. to again carry off the laurels. \Vell did the good ani nlal respond to Kiley's calls. lle was visibly gaininng anl had passed three comlintitorrs when nature rebelled. An instant later the fleet racer was a hope less cripple floundering wildly ill the mire the very carricature of his forlmer self. Kiley regretfully tried to check the lpor wreck and at least succeeded only a imoment later to feel the animal I tremble and fall in a heap. Kiley hastily I extricated himself unhurt. Meanwhile the pace of the others, never halting a I hair for the mishap, had been getting hotter and hotter and the horses swung into tile stretch with Poet Scout in front, Stratlhmeath second and Michael third. O(verton now began to ride the tiring hoirse leader dlestw rately and for a monment it likkedl as if hle might winll but C(oving brought Stratlahmath by the outer rails up with ia rush, stealing the former tuctics of Kingilian's rider all wion by an open length without the use of whip or spur. Poelt Scout was second half a length ei.. fore Kingman, third: timle 2:491 '. Of the other races decided two were won by favorites. Mile Joe ('arter. Yale ',l. laboldl. Mile undoine-ighth Suntiago.Sp.lrts mani. ID)ickerson. 'lTh'iu :t1i. One and one. sixteianth miles St. Al bains. Martin IRussel,. Mirie K. 'l'ime I" 'i. -eiglhths ,,ile Striitlaiuaiil. Irankl.k Kinne, y. Iirt (iun. 'l'itme 1:li'.. T'HE It.(GIING MIiSitI Ri ( ultllnl .uny I.Htl nltd Tllreatens Yt. J.useplih Witle I olaltiia. Sr. ,Josl.:l'in. ..1.. lJuneii' '. The .Mis smauri river is higher than for siatlri yarms lldtll is still rising. All governnir al wrk in the Kansas shoiire has I mn atlalidoIied snl the igomverniminit leeti Iua reid in iI place of safety. The rapiiity witil which thlit srging watemrs are ulit ting awal thli Kl.lu.as ianik iain lest Ie' ilwagined when it is s|taied thalt hull acre Its of oart h hlm\'n'' he tunhling into, thi river 'ev r sin ' %lsterdllll aiveling. ~lllrknll whii o hiimule i n ola ll i el l a,.nt .i ,i goivernnlmlei t stelnmwr this miiirlingii stlated that the 1'ek of hid which nowi SI parates the rive.r nllcrih and st.hIi is I Imsi thaln a quarter of i iinile wide. At the rate t ihe rivr is now vitIting tihe hall iaway. it would rIequirie but a short i lun to plac'e ElwtIals uolm ain island, ald, lieav St..1ulSp Il h two miiles frilm the river. ''This wiolh ails lueave St..lostph's miiilliini dilllr brige standingl overt a dry spot wherei thriverm lie lended its wayia north. - - Tired of Her iDukll or I.uri. II.\MI:ItI.it.iIN, June 22. Shleaullbmti itilin comlinig lawn the ritir tiat.y bring the report that Mrs. (ura Hell I'ellows i t'1hska. the sis ity belle whose nmarriage to Saut ('haska,. an Indiani. a few t\ars ago. creating ia great sminumtin. a ill ap ply for ai diiorle.. A Strike IDefriatel,. Ihi.Iai::. June 2'. The hriikklmakers strike waas declired .ftl at a meeting held last night. After months of waiting the nlien were cmtpealled to niknolwledge dI , feat aind today nearly all the iiil miin will isk for work at reduced iwages. SRemington Typewriters at Calk Ins' book store. EDMIUNDN INTERVIEWED. Islaine Hlas Iirliht's Diseas--Harriaon Will II Nitnlnat&l anid Cleveland Willi ieat Him. I A u' I tAl I.,.1i. N. C.. June 1. Snittor and Mrs. Edmllllnds of Veirlmiont weri (n the western North Carolina train the. tlher lday. having Nashville. Tenn.. its' th,.ir objective point. "\IiWhom do iou think will likely ibe the next slpeaker In the house of reprIsents tives?" was asked qf Mr. Edmunds by a ntill Fralncisco Examiner tcorresHl-ndent who was n tihI thrain. "'lronl what I can learn it looks as if ('risp was likely to win. He would make an iable presiding otlffer. I see Mills atnd his friinds are contfildent of his success." W"Which of the two, in your opinion, would Imake the best presiding ofilcer?" "They are Istlh men of ability," saidl the senutor in reply. "Crisp is the coolest and Mills the mutst excitable." "What do vou think of Mills' tariff views?" "Home of his papers that I have read are strongly put and forcibly drawn." "Well. I suppolse Mr Harrison will be inominated by the republican party for residtent in 18W)2, will he not?. "Yes. it looks so. He wants it. In his recent tour of the south lie was well re ceived tindt created in some places some enthusiasmI. and. much to the surprise of his friends. as well as his political ene Ities, on his tour lie altde a numler of gtotl speeches. Blaine could get the nomnination if ihe wanted it. He could have had it Iwfore. when Hlarrison was nitatinautetd. Y. IYes choulld get it now. I know Blaine well. Illlineli is a sick man. 1 What lie most wants is health. 1ie has got Bright's disease. tll realizes his condition and is takingo Itl active part in Spxhltics, nor is lie likl. to. Since he has been in lhtrrison's a ,binel t he. has de voted his time and ittientionl tt the duties Sof the eilltet ot.,ti. "Tl' reciprciity tratttt is liltine's Swork. lland what.ever others msay claim ti tlh credit Iunst Ih give'n it, n lit iii it be ht lngt, tltdi that in t it ltaint. e "lll int is one of the str.,gst men iof tii repulican part. and if his ntalth wlitI permit himi ii teniter the iltln Ifasusu andhe Ni aigl the n n·ilt in of the replb. ili 1 l uirt iati W l nltttiilil l I li tilttil I'.l iii litlian partlyi. whic ii t ll le elected.lIl 1 i t'it o)u think Ilarrisn w olld ie" .t 1 this pi l ntli the is iliiittr lir eliktitd out of the \\iinlhw oinI said: "is that not SN I. ilt till view tll , i the rl" at ndl h iP l "\VlWe ll. \hto-i )nl ihink will lIe thel l I " l veltIt ie. ll i, as growing in p il i lriity daily. i i1 is the strongest man in Sthe Net w Eii litd states ( with his pdarty." u scrape .Iin slul Iire the l e repItlick at i anlilate andrsbr ('lt.. tur h elnto ratic Sundidute. which wIould lit litkely ,to bI elehctedI ':" The senator wtis nin l.uiinittail. but t rather intiniited that pi e thiught Cleve n laici tld on Sugar isof election werse bIetteri g thun were Iiarris' 's. a " inenator. what r io tthink of te i l thi A d partya" t I, lt's shor lied altairn.. Ju like.ly to . Ist long enoll gh toi gil bth partinnill Sat s:: troublent. inThe election If ro aident , miy full to th'e houste f irr Iessltlatives v No one uln itell what their stravength aity I- he for a tinre. but nn party cun live on e the demands they are making." A Fake lisIalelnch. SI)t:iiturr. Mich., June 1]!. The dis e patch sent frsom Chiortll. today aru it i etroit special rellrting a Iserious slitre t ing s·crape nn th.e arge ,lne Cook at . Aitl iersbiurg. Ont.. turlns out to behi a . fake which eiminated frm membelrs of y the Detroit light infantry who were pie e nicing on Sugar island. 'There was nth a ing whatever to warrant the dispatch. .4A I'heno-li-ual Italn. |o'oa'r Scutr"r. Kan., June 19. .\ phe . nominal rain fell here tonight, beginning at 7:"10 Snd Continuing one hour and ten inuintes. The streets were lussled and liuck Run ravine, which traverses the 11 city fromn south to north, was transformed of into a raging torrent. It is frnred sew neral ;tlrsons are drowned, but nothing. r. Certain is known at this hour. A MiONT.ANA ItF.LIE ('apllilire at First ighlt OIneC r (lof iago's (Galliat Ii.lhelors. Ct.e.\i;id, June '2. .Mr. .\rthur (1. lirabr.iik. well klnowl alslllt tolwn. frI quenlter of linha Hlnd gillalnt warrior of the C(liiiigo Ilusasais. is luick action eIan when it iolm' tol getting mnarrie ti Ilks dultr rtilnds did niiit round up thisn lay. If anllyllte had suggestedit the idea i A\rthur tying hIimself to a womnn lhis dear friends wiuhI, hayeshouted l.%ever." Ih'e bieliged to fiour anti marriage clubs. linut eiaturday. May :1i. A.\rt intr met his frinld. .lini lie Nii hols. di. ii at (lilly .\lnrne's. *"There's i, C.oule of pretty ,irls down at the Saurnt,,;." said .loules; *let e presenlit iyou." i irir. ibrok Sshoo.k his head with a smihl like a n i who has swal i'o it llox o1r taks. ullt the perlsualsive Ni,'ho'ls insiste. iand at last the pair sent uip itheir iardl. 'rl, girls were situidenlts it thle Chicagol luem le collgi. it t nli'rgi.i paurk. i)inl, lived i ii I intir miil the otheri in Mliia t lun . T'l' , 'sere on heir t hol. hti l li ,.lilt had stopped l ler in towni It, ml!k,, :i f't i iclls and do .illl shopping. The girls aili d w \ii . li i'n M isls-lt afterward thereI h ii a iportl lthin urlll an tl tt&eel ll a r.li l i n.r mil'el . It wii a.i t urn fag iihnil ill l ti, ,. (i il n , . til IMiss \'ilh i wSallta1, niltili .\rtlhi n y ilat ibtyl ni h aill.l th'li t i',,.,ll r ed', ai linlcens gn alli thel r etu lcls l, .il. Misi s 'i~l. couli not rsisst. lito 1i stillru. Miss .lii manu. but ht. fad :ray like it stereeop itday. n ll . 'rillasitud. ihow thi e ii).ays speitii y. i)1 tihlei fourth day Arthur ,rilld: "\Vei ilu elp 141 ." T here' w is il ii real ie .essity for an elopelalnnt.ii 41 but th& young folks thought it was thi' prop. 'r thing to do. s41 they eliloped. T'rlh.y fIed Ito Port Michigaln, acrwss the hlke. \Vheill they reached their obje#-tive point they learned the county seat of llerriin ioullty. Michigin. was tifteeu miles distant. ']the riin was pxiuring dorn ili sheets. hut. nothing duunted, the youig Couple hired ai horse and nuggy mill through the riin and mnud they aint, reaching the county seat by nightflail. They prl'n..rd it license lnd were innnediitely married. w hiereup ()n thei retturnei to this city. Mr. hiribrook his iI.en fouritro1 by his parents, but the news lius lilt yet reached Miss Savage's purents. and the WE ARE STILL IN IT! While for some weeks past we have been busy making arrange ments for our Columbia Falls store, \we have paid but very little attention to our interests here, but I do not lose sight of the fact that t \\are are here to stay, and will still be at your service to make low prices on Dry Goods, .'. . . ' Millinery, Boots and Shoes. .'. SFor this week we will place on t sale an elegant line of muslin un t derowear at prices that will hurry our conlpetitors to match without loss. thdll stanldard lprint at 5 cents, No. I India chollos at 3 cents, etc \\e have ilaccd on our job counter a big as~orlment of Irel nants of D)ress Goods, Ginghaml.. I'rint,, Etc., Etc. Y'ou canll .l e mnone by picking uip amc ofI these bargain;s w hile they list. .inel 1iecial job. t otfler in I.,utlie- iuheti ;ul slipper-. Mail Iorder il i rcceit e protrIpt New York Cash Bazaar. R. D. BECKON, Prop.