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ESTABLISHED 1R9«.
THBgltKISI0IP1EKT
Dedicated in Indianapolis
^To-Day—Immense Crowds
*J*
&rt»l £n^iutt—n, ,y
H&gM Lrwis, Ladd and Wakeftold
Unanimously Renominated
it Cherok«i\
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Chicago Committee of the Col
umbian Worid's Fair Recommend
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IN f*it#
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dedicatory
pro-
The city is packed with people, Mid
solemn anthuRtasin prevail ia
mtmary ai yHMi apMi
IWWlUW»ot4*, Jalf i
!Fhe 4*y for an veiling the Hendricks
•ffoumeut dawned dear end Jbot,
tmi the Mtlf trains feefatt pour
ll| twins into lb# city Gov. fetapbetl,
e? Ohio, Go*. Hill, of N« York, end ifov.
f»eneea, of Htwimh, wfch «hetr stalls,
present and eheat military and
f! organizatfaa lit ImUmMk, many
Ohio. Illinois, Eaataeky Md Hu
rt, were represented, Tb* pwwk
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of ths gsjr&mors of the Htat«« mm•
tiO'iw.l a oil th«ir tait» witlietw anl military
3'aaixatuiHia,
Cborab. Iu4ianaioita
Maato....... tkOaeUon. b| tb« Hwnirtcki
."lob Saad.
Htauwtaal muwat .Ftaatdant Rati.
Mwrta..,. ."Amertaa.*
flafaool Enroll and Aodianaa
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BY Jaiuai WTA»«S«ABI HH»T «F
J. Maak: rti* \*|i.aal NfWB
By Mala t'bosu» I W 8
Jtl bti«b«r
^iattla Ipa o( tba Hanubxa*
Hv Habool
i
AMjnmw.
Dand Tar^tw. a, H»wator fr
Ma»i( Tb*1 t™« Palriol,
:hanm,
Mule i h.-.rua
aokt •fMN(iai tiaaaer
•ylMiuoi
Wtiirtao
Mfaoa* t«oai (iur«t*
w
a. )ar UMiW|«ri
b'*fli ikful AuUli iiO»
i' tawt
lit tti«
uwi brigbt stare tftru' tbe
J|b. tay em y Q» lawn •oriy light.
i?J4(
«a w»«ebMt mm ao gai
lb', txmdMl b«ur*tlb«
tb« uight that oar time
The and four jonag ohildreiu of ,)M.
jjfr txinoi. mauibpf of tb® editorial ataff of
'|bo I'mM trglumi. b*w» baeu (aially
|»oisua«Mi at Sea i'ntul. a watering fd*"'- i'
f'ouoty Dublin. -J *«ating pi. ki«^l
Another s tiildof 0' ouuor and th« aerraat,
Arb' alact ata of tbe muaaala. were |»roa
^.ratad bet ar»- now ont td
^Utwly yooeaanug
4 *Bira
*aiy i.
ji«ws
A
#i'iJ A iiapelah froaa Vmt% iMlh
rvo*ir».i n, 1 .midou *Mt«s ih*i t«#
lruoipa) boi'.dtog* in thai pla««- nave
Xto* ^ptalkwijg mmt
4MIA.
JN^i- —mil fi^r:
judicial eonven»|*»fi awl
boa**- at I i w cloek wills emry
eonirty rapf*eented. J. K, K Tt»«Ktp*»OH,
Of I.TOO. VII called to TKA chair aud J, W.
ftamatls oho new secretary. The committee
en credentials reported ihroagh H. II.
Marsh. Senator t-awreoce mentioned that
,M had been praeitcallj agTeed to nominate
tha peanut incumbent*. and mowl that
^hai* nomination ba mad* waanimoits. Tha
notion VM MMBM bf Htonx,
Monona, Lyon «D*1 Plymoatb.
unanimously carried. A eomnuttee
listing of King of Hamsoo, MUM of
Osoeola. and Pttti of Etaex, ware ap«
poiiiM to go o«* A»4 Isedi tt# th« ca«^.
dftUts TWjr wors foaMi tad broufht bo*
fore the m&vmUon, L«wiii#
W»kefto)d Mid Jndit I*dd Mrtt d«|iv«r^l
(hart atidro—«», tbtuiktnf »h« oob«wII^
for lb« hwor pool#rr«d. e^urwco
of tbo flpNMki aontitf ǤNMi
m%df o/ tb^ @«M(
*r*
HKNDMIUK8 MOh I MXlfT,
aad *t 2 o oiook tiov Hovay
tad tb« TMt aaaaxnbla^t- that bad gatborad
anand tb« uonuiuaut to order,
Md tb« ataqreiaaa of atrv«tiiag ««r» bagnn,
fW «onasu«ut is tb# work of Hiokard
8. Parka. Um o*labrat«! aonlptor of
||rr*XHM, *aii Handa cw» tbo aoatb*
Wti*i wuer of tbe s»pitol gronndi, 8«na-
Ifl I d«U*or»d tli* oration.
-'1%» alialat program ws» follova:
0««rtur« by i«aal.
'^fcwn* Tt» Modal HopoMto,*
bundrwd ablldtas from ttw ptibllc
mtumim. rtot H*ar| M. RaU»r, tnaaieai
(Uiautor.
t. »ii t. lM Wslmtm.
rt* vm (ioTarnor o# Indian*.
l!n«tatiNit«tH,»U trmiwiek Haud.
of tbf X^itduon* a«*'ot»tto«i.
•fl rNHrmauent uhmkrn.ua,
1. Invocation t»: H»» Jaw all aa,
POOH CMICACO,
od*r tb* auya «r a
«*i H«iia~Mo litatlu
Cueio i uiy I.
NatwitbataaiHng tbe rain of
tb* vaatbar bar« aaauuna t^ppraaaii'&lj
waroi. Tbo io*«at to»p«rator« raacbed
bar* durim.' tti»- preaent va«k wan iaat
aigltt nftoi th« rain fail, wbun
tfae goverum«i)t »ign»I «»r*l)4* tberoaom*
ftex auurkad fWi dogrooa. 4t 7 o'elook Ibis
morning it mgi«t.orod It, mm) at
-tiiis boar 'U 4J a. m. it mark*
77. Tiiia by no maaaa ln
di«atea tb« oppreeelve okataeter of tba
boat Mi tbe atroota, for tbe goternaafut
obaarvationa afa takois a* ib» top of 'be
loftv miditorioitt tower, wber* tb# tb*r
aioaaotar not anbjaot to tba radiated beat
from Uw pevemanta and baildiog walla
wbiob bave b#stj baking ondar bltaiertug
•an* and aeonmalating beat for the
ton day a. There acar-aaly lb« sign of a
braaao. Tb« Aaaociatod Praaa
tor at tbia hour raarki H'i degi
TttS WORLD'* PAIR.
•k'
Uug ni tha toeai
World'a fair parf»*««
•f Ph-afea
Tb* f*r«|M»ait*«aui Tkojr Wtlt BmbmMs
CSU'AQO, JUSY I
Tbm looal board of diraotora of tb# world'#
fair mat to-day and by a noaniiuoaa vota
daokiod to aobjaet t«i tbo *pprovtU
of tb« national oommtttaaa tbe propoai
tion to bold tbe fair on tbe lakr
from and at Jaekaob nark. Tbe }ro|wr
t*on« w which it ahull IM divide,I w«r« l«ft
luid^tdiKi. aubjoct to tbe nooaaaitiea of tbe
oasfe. a* tbey might davaiop wdatiwe to m•
flnrtog mora or loaa land o* the lake front.
W?:i| th»- hoan! mm tu mmion a depot?
entered I be room and aerved apoa
(i»g roti»H» thtit a teinporwy ibjanottoa
bad baart laauad tbia toomtug. iu tba
s&it of awrtwn abrnttiof proparty ofo«n
•on tb»» take front raatraiatogtiia boawi toat
proe«»dtug to aoenpy that groaad tm
Vhe f|«M to-day poblitbaa an artlelf
to whteh it attribote« the blunder it made
v sterday lu that the national
bai»k of Koeno^ Ay era had suspended pay
ment uat«ad of that it had »uaj'*ud4d
payment of iui {aarterly dividend, to er~
rs to ('uuctuatiou of the cablu dispatab
a» 4*4i««*ad «t Um of tt«e
VUm
WAXtuwuiv* Saifl,
Thv (wuit« pacse4 tt» Ml FTW HKI
k
MABBON
Indian The Fveiii
^tended Hioy
•ire A^out tlHr Sy«Sln||
Van ktern C»»m«nt
AUioas
Awaici trfu«ut
tfiiili hi
RCDAILVAJUJT. KM., JUIJR I
Tt» l«sf roand.«fk t© bo
Wu Hewteee,
Li***
wawr tbt unif
AMI
oowboy from
dMt&g
oorapMi tfe* IK» long
AlUiOtl
it fieite
Jaly 1.
The return* from the fallowing cities
hav* been annouuo^d Is a
way tba* far:
Hrookiyu ..... !«•-.' 1..
|titilbaoi»«.,. -t*«•.• t'al
lioaton «r Vii Mllwaohe*
HuOab l-v
Ifi ....
r»jaKii'.«
jl His' '»*f
pit lo.Ua. Mo
Mw
i Hr* M'-ii.wg..,
tati.i) u« «...
tmvwp"'
Urend
JId,9Hi«|Kj|fc|..
ijBWievtlM
I e
*w. Sk.fefc ^1 -Ii. 1 i i X. wn.
Tnirteee
tiu-m..*-:, w«ah-. July i
Charley liogap kod H, B. MtUUI, of
Wmnemm, i«ugbt with «?t«v#»' bwt night
before the Heettle atbl. tl eNb for (IM
welterweight chauiptMuahip of the Paatftc
aaast and a putm of •««*». Bapn was
kaaoked oat in tb# thirteenth rauad.
U«"T »«^b*e Ktumi.
BaurtMoae, 'ul? i
The three- story tariek itv«ry and fcaW^M
siabis of Griftn A Man ion barned at Bal
t«»0Bfe. Fifteen of the horse* kept in
the «4abie, and as mtmj rnutkmm*
bwrned. Tbe h»«a.la aboot $60,0# uwttr
anre. m^:(m
wm i**nm mm*m
P*,, isJr f. 7
By tt»» caiaidag af a shiE fas thl *fte.
ghen rt*f»r. near Tareutaa^ two
4m*mb
^TXESI)AT,
to a»
fro»
pant aw to po»ttiltt|ptr fbn.r*4«|
thr mage wi1^M'h»'i »nd
h*a cyme, fliuroday ttorntu^ all tto^«pp»'
boyts on Ibe H«wtn« raueh were in a«|*
dlf «l 4 o'clock, »n! bf [email protected]#» tbe
p*»tar« bad. boan tbu:o«,gbi'
The cattle wore ^radaallf mm\ug tMMK
ib» c^uUir of tb« r*og«, wli«r» Um w»a»«l»'
van to (ok* plao*. Bj 9 oSoek
T,t00 oattle bod bo«c g«tborod into rodiUS
of otoot Ibroo nil«*. Tbac bagou tbo
earofoi work of eiowiig in vttboot c*a«l8,g
a utampwdb. Slowly Hm w«r»
br agbt on o*mt niw, tb %cmtuu of
wbtcb overlookod Atuat #t*4k
about t*ti milaa aoatb of »h« noriboru
t«rrifeoriai boamlarT. Boyond tb# BUM
att «n a booiD forming a bo^|# circle,
="«a»l»riaiHg *r. araa of 4.1MW »c«*a.
aod im that tb« for«w«H round-ap
•a* to take pioo*. A bawtr»d export
boraasMo vara tb»n in aigbt. formiug a
ring on ttw* ontiuk of tb# bord thai provod
tu Iw tmpoaaabla. &»eh hotaemMi W
from two to tbra* botaoa. cbangieg from
time to tte to a froab at««d. All Ibis
H«m tk* "TTTRT'-owt'' iNHMliair tboaa*
aitra bonNw mm* ap lalaofel) th» rt*w,
JU 11 o'clock the roOAd-ui bn-i bmu ma*la
and aioat of tbe roaadora galiofm! a way
fibr dmoar, wbiki a lit* of tboir nunbor
kapt the board from isproadkig,
I be c»ttla at ths* tim« w«ra iboroagbly
maaaad. attd xtaudinii *H1« by aid a tboy
oovarod fro&> twooty tt tvaaty-tlve aero*.
An tb«y uovad about tbay praaautod tb*
appoaranoo of a raatlaaa wave, rolling and
toaawg acroaa tb« plaioa. Proaoritly tboy
amvwl «!.wly away aad tbe itu«t becauia
•o d«oa* that tbe wboie acooe
opad. Not tTto th* daring oowlwy* ooald
bo diaoornod. A pMatog gait of vt&d
bom the dust away and rovoatad tbe herd
o&ee morw qaiaiod and th« oowbova in com-
YANKTON CBMKfrlT,
TIM Caatmit CIMMMI Car THE PWRAFLMAAAF
3,000 AEFM OF
CtuOM
I a aid.
TAHTOH, July
It can now be stated am good aatbort^r
that oontraota have baas oloaod for tba
porchaaa of (h»- 3,0W kct»» of chalk land
weat of Yankton, tl»« «i»tir« tract, to coat
$vii,0tt. Kngliab jArtiM are tba parcbaa
ara, ao it ia aaid, and their Brat lowrtment
Will ba but a drop com^ar«d with tbe bnn
droda of tbonaanOa tboy deaigo putting
into tba btiatneaa- Bughabiueu are toler
ably well pouted spon the valoo of Port
land o«m»nt uiatariai. and hutiiu^ it bera
in iat^ge quautitt^o do not heitUalo about
aaaennti an interest therein. Sc far a# th«*
porrbatf« of tb# land is eoDeemed, the pra
luniuariea ara all arrangad, and it ia now
tb# MHwet&noii of tb* company to Im- fully
orgaoiiw^i for active opermtjoos by tbe iat
of September. City Engineer Wrue« haa
bean engaged to make a topographical ear
*«j» ajad Prof. Free to make g*ograpm
cal aurvey of tbe tract included wilh» the
oontwti. Ibeee *ur*eye will ha far
wardrnl to the Engtiah pnrcbaaera.
JULY
AT tAST AWAKE.
AHb*,u»m"* XrmaM*ea Wt*
t«»»* **wrfcaal» mt immammi*.
Att tea'a eiewptag beaaty. Mr*. KmaM
«««e, who hw« U«u poaliog the doo
aud *et«btMta for tb« laet three yean,
atideriron« a carioaa change in her
•tt»i and wakefnlaeaa ba« aa«eee4ad
trai(i'«a which |o Iaat from three
thirty -aeven days. Tb# cbang* began
iteelf aboot two weeka ago.
penoda of ataoiber gwninali}
1
durattoai sntil ber traneaa laatad
a -lay at a time. Th«rs her «Onlt|on
me normal. Nuw the periods of sleep
•teadily tlaereaaiag, aad Mm, Althpoa#
awake for forty-eight botira at a
leeptag aboat four boara at tbe esd
that period. Wi,»t the oatrome will ha
»at bo prwdiot«d A peculiar featua
th** -Me ia tbua daaonb^d by J. J.
at who bee made it a atady: 1'wo
ago, two m#t lovaded tb# rieeper'a
wbiie aba w«t in a trance, and taaa
with ber medicine. Blaek and bla«
•oon apf»ar#*l all over ber body, in
•l i: «iae and tbeu disappeared. On
Huatveraary. and again Iaat week
the ««co«il anniversary, th© poiaoii
agaiu appeared mora plainly than
ore lira. Altbonae ia aide to predict
duration of bar atom bera aad siMal
:1«.
A HUSBAND'S CHIMB.
la Olaifai Witt Vnm*w «e WMS Out
of the Way.
u»n. Pa.. Julf I.
ohu Kampfar, mi emplofa «f N» lv
«fK ,t Fototnac railroad, who resided
Huutadaie, in Pennsylvania township,
to I huraday Iaat with his wife and two
dreu, has bean arrested eharged with
murder of his wife. On Tueeday
rusug Mr* Kampfer complained of lael
uu»«ll and her hnabaud «av# her a
of what he said was landau am and a
i exterminator, remarking that "ahe
Id b# better aoon In a short time
.''•tiiiati wan eeiz-d with violent eon vol
iiul two hoars aftt-r taking the meet
s. was dead. The funeral took place
•"•dav and after tbe eervtoe ber brother,
Meyer, of Cerliele, maa« informa
Mb agaioat tbe husband for murder.
OUtrsi-! Attorney Maast And tb** coroner
the svn^ of tbt alle«el murder
aw$ /athated the tcatimony of *«ver*l
'»ra to the effect that Kampfer
t*aa«ci hi« wife brutally and that he had
m0m threats that he woald put ber out of
tha way. They will have the body diain
tam-i and hotd a* taqaaat awl pod
asaoouation.
A CAT IN THE ORGAN.
4
*t
ia a
MlXMMArplM. Jttif i
l^we was florr of evoitemedl Ml the
Lyndai* Aveboe Covgrefipuiooal oburob.
MiuaaaiiolM, Monday. When the audi,
eaoe mm well and the notes of tbe
anthem began i fieal forth frr»n» th« organ
a atrango and iuloet sound wiw also
hoaM. Tlie organ aonntlad voditonly as
though it were bewitched and ladies
climbed into their seata while others pre
pared to feint, while all looked for soma
tbiug startliug that nwnuwd alout to bap
p«u. The choir mad* a stampede from
the vieinHy of tb« organ aud tbe muan- was
atopped. Finally the organ waa pried up
and underneath was found a full grown
eat whteh h«l b«wn ^augbt tbeie in some
way and wae loudly lamenting hi» fate ia
melancholy rater waul*. The young baas
who removed tb' feline wag tev^rely bitten
MI tkm thsmb by tb* iafnrialad '^F*1 MM!
fears that he is poiaoned.
iM*#av«rl«e to
V July I.
important discoverlp fir Alhafat
hate b»en mad# by Lieut. Set on Karr, an
£ngiiehman. who two year* ago croeeed
Alaaka from Manitoba aud claimed Mt. St.
Elian British t#.rriior on the strength
of anaiant uxapa which he carried. The
lieutenant reached Va&eoaver on the
•ksaimr Afton after a two moatha' trip,
dwteE which b« discovered .tu eaay pae*
ft««i tt» Chiloat to Altseuf) river over
inOWrteliis.f'ngard*-,i uiatwasibje. From
Klok Waa, thw last Iodiau camp, thirty
swilas op the Cbiicat river, Karr aaeended
as far th« gJlesldy rtver and by canoe
aad aiedgea to tht* Hritiab boatnlary, which
be plainly mark**). He then went to
*arbic (Uacier and ascended several btgb
oi'iuutama. By the new pass they foaud
iHroiig river, with a alow, doep current
Wlttoing weet from behind Mt. St. Ellas.
Amotbet branch oomee from tbe north, aad
l»i»w the fork# a canyon impaaeable for
He ton Karr will write a
about bit a&pedUttou.
kt«M MM
*»., JtUf 1
M.KIOU
lM.oon
iuAHI
fork
^rlean*
^alphli.
i.aK.'vT
IJW.i*
W,-OW«
m&p
ia»sa
12,W.
1.,,,* Ci%
|H». rtuiMilu
Vo.UHWjht (.'at.
3)tA 'QOi^
ttea«v.
?a,ooo|
Mte).
The r«#cu«r» dug through into the Hill
mio« «t 3:Jo thu morning, bat be
te ra they had gone far tw and blaok damp
wore «uoouut«twd and the mm quMhly
their way out of the daugeroiia pit.
Tb« faua were then atarted and at V o'clock
tbis tuorntug nine aeie«t«i man started on
a ««ea f-? the »nLomi»«d men, At II
a'&U»ck nothing bad neeu beard from them.
"Tb# ^apionng party were driven bank by
•laok® after advamuug tan feet into tbe
Farm wine, Aaotim attempt will
hi» made this itftmmmm* It hi thoagfrt
pM«ib|» that Mm ««taaibad nisars
ean be alive.
Wreak la MaatsiMb
.*««.. Jaiy
mn*im nteS 014 tfe#
•Ttt Paoitic roa«i «heu two ale«|ier« of the
&'•»* trai wrrr .luiHtleti kuiI thrown down
mt naar i-ranimond. The
y^aenttar*' were thrown violently from
tb#w- *«au mud hurled iu a maaa
May Cmmm, of Fort Hhermau. Idaho,
itsjwwd ao badly ahe died within
^"ur
A
il««en o{be|i
|ba^e». tip ip^d a^Terai of tham danger
INat? ininrad The plyrMeiABa «gi w
deaths W14I re«nlt
T|m woutuiad www Vaktai to the Macth
haapMa Kiaeoala, whara
v e v i batiSig inui- for than. Th*
isiepanj
-mmx badlr aBamnbea.
h£k *•. "i •-v..' ..V
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WEATHER CROP BULLETIN
Weekly Report Issued Under
Hie Direction of the Sigw
I Sarvioe Offio#.
qa
fowa Report® a Good YielcT of Fall
Wheat With Small Aeraage
MaXninonU Ramarks.
flow sn Amarioan Girl Aett in
Presence of Danger—Tb®
Stwt in Gentral
WaaaiMoniK. Jaty I.
Temperature—Tha waalt ndlag imm
Jf* haa been uunanatty *artn through
out tbn central valleya. the north weat aud
the upper lakn region, tbe daily eiceoa in
temperatnrc over tbia region rangisg from
6 to lit degrees. Tbe heated t«rm contin
ued during th»i entire week over the prin
cipal wheat and coru producing state* and
wae #«pectaliy favorable for tbe corn crop
and harveat work. Tbe week waa aligbtly
warmer then uaual ou tbe Atlantic eoaat
•oath of New York, but it was relatively
eoot in New England, Texaa and to the
weat of the Kocky mountains. The tam
peratare for tbe season from January 1 to
June" 28 ba« leen a)*ov« the average
tbmugout the country eaat of th* kfiaaia
iippi and south of the Missouri valley, but
tbe seasonal excass is 1MS marked than it
was at tbe opening of tbe mouth. Prom
Dakota westward to th« Pacific coast and
o»i'f I be plateau ragioua aud Califxrtiia,
the seasonal t«njjHrature has been aligbtly
below the normal, but tbe deficiency
amounts to leas than two degrees per day,
exoept in uortbern Montana, when the de
ficiency amounts to more than four degrees
per day.
Precipitation—The rainfall for the veak
was iu excess in the lower Miaaiasippd val
ley on the east gulf coast, and over lim
ited areas in the northern states, extending
from Mew England westward over the lake
regiouH to the upper Mississippi valle\.
Local exoeasex occurmi tu weateru New
Y urk and western Pennsylvania, eastern
Michigan and northern Ohio, southern
Wisconsin and portions of Illinois, Iowa,
Dak ou aud Minnesota. Only light show
er*: were reported from the central Missis
sippi, lower Missouri aud tiw Ohio valleys,
wbu« little or no rain occurred in Texas,
tieueroua showers oocurred on the north
Pacific coast and over tba middle and
aoutb Atlantis states. Tha rainfall for
tbe season continues largely in exeees
in tbe west (tortiou
giou, and generally
•mm states eaat
sissippi. In tha eaat
region, including tieor«ia, North and
of the cotton re-,
over the north
of the Mi»
of the cotton
Kontb Oaroiina, tha seasonal rainfall
ranges from 50 to 75 par ©ent. of tbe nor
mal. In Kanaa*. western low* and north
western Missouri, the seasonal rainfall
amount*, to lost* than three-fourths the
normal, while over the remaining portion
of the northwest it generally exoeeds 90
per cent, of the normal.
teneral Remarks The weather during
the past week has been especially favor
able for growing croon throughout tbe
principal corn and wheat states of tbe aen
tral valleys and the northwest. rop con
dition* are reported aa very promising in
Dakota. The harvesting of wheat is in
progreat* as far north as tbe 42d parallel,
aud the condition of the eorn crop is gen
erally reported excellent.
Iowa repofts a good yield of fall wheat,
with small acreage. Miaaouri reports
wheat harveat nearly fiuiahwd, yielding 7f»
per c«nt. of the average and of flue quality
Michigan rwpurta bay»ug in progrwtt, with
large yiaid. eorn aad oats good wheat
rMdy for harvest in ten days. More rain is
uaeih-d iu Kentucky and Tenneasee. al
though tbe erofm were luueb iiafroveil in
the*« states during the week. Tobacco ts
growing well in Kentucky, but tb# hot sun
mused some injury to late tobacco in T#n
uefaeti Tbe weather was eapaciali favor
able for harvaatiafe aad a ku^a atopof hay
IK expected.
Texas reports improvement in tbe cotton
crop, notwithstanding the absence of ram
during the pa-t two weeka. Thi* crop is
growing nicely, hot the fruit crop in this
state is almost a failure. Generally
throughout the cotton region tbe weather
is favorable for farm work, and cotton has
been much improved and iw generally re
ported in good condition from South Caro
lina westward to Texas The rainfall wa®
aacaaaive along the east gulf out^JbfU
crops naed rain in the Carulmsa.
Killrd Ammjr from Mnpae.
Oaui^i^ Mraiaua. Coi.. Jaty
A aarnage eonUimng a pasty af law
l»di»., a young mau arid the .Trtver, wfcne
••ttMmpting to oro«K the Midland track at
ft# Pass waa struck by the Midland ex
eursion train. The carnage was utterly
demolished, and Mrs. u«grove, of t'bi
cagu, instantly killed. Mra. Wolf, of Now
ark, N. revived injuries from which
she died in two hour*. Mrs, (Jill, of t'ht
osgo bad both lejjn Imikcn, and Mr*. Wat
•on. of tbe same ©My. was severely braised
Tbe driver and the young man escape*!.
The ladle* belonged to tb# Travelers' Pro
tective aaeooiation party, who are uow
•afctwf a tour of the atata.
it Mwner bf
IsoiiNA'fi.Lw. ind J«|y I.
J, Stone, of Franklin, Ind-f is at Is
ctianapolta mating for an anknown rfg
bayer, who visited Franklin a law days
ago. Stone "had deposited #40(1 in a rag
bag foe safe kevj-iiufi but said nothing lo
hia wife ab»it tba matter. Vt ben b* want
look 1 !Uf nioit v be oottid not tnd |JUe
bag, and inquiry developed the fact that
hie Wife had sob? it tu a r«g buyer tor
•jentfi tfbe could gite but ftHH daaerip
tiun «tf the buyer, and it ia wA at Ml prob
able thai b» will be overtaken.
1 11
™n|y .4 1. w
mm at Troy,
Mawawmenr, AI».. July 1.
A tifv ti I rny i'S hich iiuuiher of
storaK ami thoir content* bturned, canaed a
litSj iSMl iMtrli^llv
... ^•.v, .,»*i/J
"'^v: v
I, -k ,-r ,,, V r'
«m.i
While tbe vousg vpowan held a# haf
the desperado who had drawn a knife, sfap
used her other band to oall tha naxt etatioB
where a train mm aidetracked. and to h«
joy. after what aeera «d long while, sbE
caught the operator whon ab« informed
ber dilemma. The angina waa detaobei
and with tba araw aboard, ran to th*
young woman's rescue White the creft
was coming down tbe line, the burgUB
tried to induce her to band out th» eoi#
tente of tbe safe and made blood-curdling
threats, bat when he beard the engine
coming the burglar ran away. The ntgtgl
of terror wa* too much for Miss WafceiJ^
and whan relieved she fall in a daad fauujb
•PARKE PROM THE WIEEE.
TKXBK were 1,775 emigrants laadad «l
the barge offtoe in New York flnndaf.
THX allies of tha Italians have defeated
at Karena a foroa of l.OOtt dervishes, kil|»
iug 150 of them
A PK» case# of cholera oontlnue la HE
reported in Valencia, ftnnday thaw «M|i
three new caaes and three d«atha
AT Bahway, N. If., fire to tbe lar^i *41
oaper factory of Jardina A Co. oanaed
i*s of 9100,000 partly aavavad hf insa*»
auce.
D' HINI. a quarrel at McKeMporl, Pa„
Pat Hrierly, a Bill worker, shot
named Ralston daad ta a
Uriah eaoap#d.
AT MoComb City, Mian., ia an altera**
Man between €). C. HaeOnius, af Lineotte
ton, N. and W E. Parker, the foraHS
was inatantly killed.
LORD SALISBUBT has mforiaad 11»
Waddmgton, French laihsaaadui U Eaf»
land, that Eagland will not
nexation of Hyriaia by Franoa*
AT North Bewiaklyf Pa., Jarnea BurueM
atabbed Joe otley aud instantly killeE
kirn. Both part KM were under th# L*.
floanca of hartf cider and bad boar.
IT is said that Emperor William «S1 aa»
oept the resignation of (i«n Verdydif*
Vernois, the minuter of war, and give hi|(|
an important command in tbe army.
THKXK distinct shocks of anrthqoaha
wars felt at Santa Koaa. Cal. They weaa
quite severe. People ware awakened Iran
their slumber. The vibrations were frost
north to south.
THK town of Morriaon, twenty milfla
from Denver, was visited by a eonflagrl^
tion which destroyed tha feaataeae parti**
of the plea#. Tha la« ta $60,600, aad tfet
insurance small.
Iaria« Ij^eaya mi mm (Ms
OabcMBcs, o.. JtUr i
John JohnsOD, a colored prteoa*», eft*
oaped from UMI Ohio state prison, aawigg
bars and making bis way to the roof. froM
which he slipped down a water pipe to tha
ground, a dt»ttuuee of sixty feet. No traaa
«l MM aan ha foaad.
THE MAKKteT*.
ATOUX CHTJR JMWW
iair 1, iaw.
Ho«» Hmt-mipim, x.TW umuu lay
I.t UOW Mwltl t«*d7 milling gf
fa i&fi lu* t.ulk *.t »».«
OalU* tteealpta '**), uffloUk! r**t«Hla7 111
»Uipb.-utt aooM Majrkat sujd u:bEEgi|ii
'teeiw» iSkdMfi*- \0mer w aA
ijuuUU.«i Pai iImw. uniua #S,W
to «O*ki asaoaNL^ f»eA
wr*. sbi«N!. too to i,m)
.fr
't-
FRtrE Fn~E rprvTs.
S.
A
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naft
She Eaaipi tl»» Kywaa
Oth»r «. a*, Werfc.
CaiB. Pa., Jm\y 1
aM rouo^l
'auvill* atap
Mis». Ida Wftk#fy, a bandeoi
night telegraph operator at Swani
tion, on the Niokle Plat# railroad, was
heroine of a terribly thrilling eseonoti
Saturday night. When MUM Wakely too|
tbe position at tbe little out of tb# wa|
country station «h«- resUtaed tbe danger?- 1 \_
which nbe would W xxpoaed by the hordeV
of tramps who infest the road from eaet tf
weet, and not only armed herself, bet praoa
tioad until she became i^n espast wtlh th#
pistol.
Sbavtly after midnight aad at an haa
when ther.» were but few trains, the voanf—
woman heard some on# at the door and ft
second latf-r a viilanioua faoe appeared aE
the window. The fellow demanded ad|
mittanoe aad was rafn*ed, whereupon hj|
oame lack with a large lump of coal au(|
threw against tbe window, cruahmg it u|»
rheii he made a dash for I be pentn||k
Miss Wakely pullad har revolver an£
ordered the villan to retreat. Ba stoppef
to parley, saying "You wouldn't aboot."*
but the brave bat pale young woman too«
deliberate aim. Tbe burglar withdrew hijj§''
bead from tha opaaiai in th#* windaw, htH
did not leave.
II
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hfe out* *nr» ahui«« »•«•#&
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I*.|I TO FT..1
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8hl|)it*bt* lo wars, Market
btrfli' 1
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si- jiuteut*. it eat* Mtlhii mmsimi flf
tfla higher
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HEAVY PACKING ASD
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Uvea, |a.atg|i.» weetems. tfSth
Chtengn* fradwea.
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Barl*jr es
frtw* taieih :»—Eaay tUS. ".
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WhiaSr #!-£*»,
Fiwn*ioae- fork dull aaeh ftiaou. iMf ltE
-•a* |s n- hurt m»4*rj eaeh mm%,
«b. aw.a**ta» w Tsmaiise.
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July 1,
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