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ESTABLISHED lHWk
ffiE JFREEMEHS' FRIEN9.
Clinton B. Ffsk Is Dead
—A Notable Public
Career.
His Politioai Opponents Will Always
JU#nember His Goodness And
Emulate His Virtues*
financial Distress Growing In the
South American States—Sevei*
Storms on Lake Champlain
Ifcw t«M, JaiyS.
0«i Clinton P.
y**.
•&-. w®
•$-
flek H*#
filatmi Bowea flak «u ban at York, IMagh
ooaatv Mm Tort IHhl S UVI R« pa.
M»t- r^tonvad Mb biitai 1* hi* infaaoy
Alter »uw««si»}tii aarrar a* m«rohur udUar
ggt4 iiajaknt
ID
beev«»n«
Michigan for r. mo-.«wi
1866.
Alt.r Hi* *trhi hm dau»i*eJan«r
•B'ic *#ii Howard tt the uan4««u)nt of
Sbe KramlmaJiK wr«*.u Hneturfc ami tan
HHM He afterward rsoa^ed to \a* Jama)
0eu Kak •••aafed in HchiDi. Kl«k
Unl"r*ity. Naahvfliw Tenn in iNk, aa-l it wa*
•«1 for biii. (If tia* t*«h Identified witbfta
mark*I mm! oduvationa! rtar*M anl tru,
u- t' titno of h: d««Uj, prugi u-ut of Ite
I H« wm a tru«t«*» ot
klUiKUt colicjf,
at Dtmv/
TtwoU^tcai
WKalnarr aii1 of Albion collffe. V iebi
gai
H« «w trmiw nl th«'
Aauarioati liiaslooarr a#MMiaii») arid alao a
Mamh*r «f th« btwk "»mnott»ap of ih* K
«fc(ur t. H« wa* pros»ito#**l\ itVi
partitiiioB8t« a Mi **c thetr cauilnlatv for
(ovarnot «jf Nr» Jt-r««.y iu auii (or praaf
eat:* of t!»• t'nifc"! Sia4*« lis IHNK Muoa it74
ha h*« praat«u of tba (if ludtait
WmmT^:
MRS. CAItTBR DBPEATSD.
aaiug on, owui|t lo tin- low priuoa paid,
wh har«s parebaaad haaviir do nat
feel at ail —mj of »ora of a rtoa in tba
•Mirket At pr«Mt#uf ih«* Bcwton iuurket for
Michigan wool i* fallmg t«iowtbe Itartifts.
Tb»* oi.a»oally low prices e.ff^rwtl a hoatoo
•M not at all anetmragiitg to tbe bQ eni la
that Itau. Haul one of tba bajan "I do
•el know what wool is going to do, but ire
an going lo bold on to it nev«Hh»i«wR.
Tfeta outlook i« that it will tow, and if
t*» Hoalon markat k*c|« on falling aatil it
9a*oJbi«« '1 tb«u tkuin» will b«t» atom
•fek wool cuat than jou ever saw lefora."
Tia amount tuarketad at kaiamaaoo bi«
bean &50,(NW pounda, and tbe prte« csnta
Jit waabad and 1? for as¥Mb«d
•wrtag TtMMiaairw* tm* Purmal Dele bee*
Wyo., loly 9.
!V newa that ttw* bew f%»rtmed
la tb«s nuU amandmatitH to tba Wyoming
Mti. laaving the pr»aui«nt'a aignatnre alone
to tuako it law, wn« rac^aivad at
Ob^youue witb gr«*at rejoicing. althoogb
tktr- no poblio damouftratton.
Tba paaaagti el iha bill tbrongb tbe
-ftwto* trratandOQS ttrtOfa
xigLout tb.- territory, Tbia waa foi
by anotbar gr^at (olltfioatiou whan
tbe bin paaHMml the aenata. but th«
ew now aaving tbamaahraa for a foratal
eelabration which will be bald In tea or
t»ai va daya.
ratal lima aa Lake
fcuaR's Pt.orr, W. Y.. Jmly ».
11
oaaday aftarnoon a baavy viad and
tlfil storm viaitad Rouat-'a P«4st, W Y.,
detuoliabtug bonaea aul Ir^ea and upaetting
tbiugK geuerai,
Tm
«twt.nt yaibt Littl#
Nt'Uif, with a pile-driTar in tow, went
4Swn and har oaptaia, Geo. Clark, hia aon
BBd Enginaar Hill vera drowned. One
Mbii on board wa«« aatoii. It in feared
titers war* otbar raaualliea,aa cararal ftab
lafj |»rti«* on th« iakf b»*§ not jet put (d
SS appa»r«tup«.
IBati C«rH«r« Jlate *t**
lif.MiK.N, July *i
Tbt- lattar carrian
tEti (loetoritae want
ll utail daiivana* in the
|Q them aura auapaniad*
Oatlielr.
^aokNSMtt,
VI, Jul
MfMtd
A oallod at tb« ofttee of
•Ji*iuu*#i«»r -gouaral and
tonud
the
him
lie •kjin'-ition luforoti'd the man and
earner* thai ibay bad da^idaii not to r»
sam« w»k until thaj could rauaiv® rapij to
Mkair
Mmwlf
9.
A tarrific wind, rain and thuadmleiMk
orar Vtrgeanaa. Vt., doing $fmk
Stiinag4K Hundmla of shade traaa vara
Mowm ilovn and otbar damage dona. At
Sail Bluff, S. Y ?tin« men ar» reported
irawoed. Tba damage bar« must be
rmry
y Mil, tl I' in tm ~T tf |T'"""
tlmattlaa Ptaaaalial IM'
rrMox Afftw, July s
bf- pt'«e)i««tit of tba Arjantin* i(apuhllo
Jlaa author mad tb« isKue of bank note* to
~''9»e amount of flOtl^HKi.ikXt for thapvrpaae
If relieving the ftnaocial situation. The
fld^ction of th« pr.po»rd aterlini 1o«m» tee
(passed gnmt excitetnent on tha bourse.
tl«M
Auawo* Aratw, July 9,
*"i. Tba {MNMttium on
mm mm*
fckC
...
THE ORIGINAL PACKAGE.
Bll aa ila pen tb« liaaiomrt* WkaftW
the Mil Khali R««*«n* a U«.
WaaKiNnToN. Iulv S.
It d«(u'iii* u mio tti«» damocrata whethar
or not tb- original p«ckag« bill sball b«
oom« a law at tbia aaaalon of congraMHt
Tueadav tba dafeat of the r«aolntion of the
i-ommitte** on ml#1# netting tbf» Ij^ianor of
tht« vwtk foT tb« «l»aciiaaiou of tb»» list
tionai bankruptcy atul original p»ckag«t
dom noi todiratf tbe uefoat of thf
original package b^ reptibhiaii*i evr«t|'
though it wam repablioaii vot«d tbat
faated the raaolutioo. Tb«r« arw two dif
rttMiltMNi tn tba way of the rocKitieration oI
tbtM ti!l lit th» first plar** u iarg- nnm-iv,
iwr of uwnjbttrH of tb« boa**" bi*)tvv«* tn«t(
tbe «Kibatttnt«i i* too awt^pitig, tunt
in tbe aaoond pla««
(tunoenU
eMllir "teef-
flenc* New Vork tbi* morning
111
the
year of bi« age. Tbe funeral will br
beid Friday at 3 o'clock. Tb« burial will
bt tt hia hone In ('old water, Mich., next
fl^tnrdny.
u
It
L»)| la MM Karty te tlx war be beeatna
eetesM) of the 33d MJsaaurt reftmaat
la Uh i'ufcm arm*. wa«
pSornot.l to b» ongadi.-r
gmu&tai
in 1MB*, an 4
nl
vol unlearn tn
tnii«»s
Coart Hun twin* Uk« La««r
la th« famou* Mtwm laH.
0m*«»«•'. Juiv m.
!Tti«- a|toiat« eo«H kM baa dad dew? a
4ecw»on in tbf famorm farter diTwr ~*m,
The daouiou of ib« lownr court ts affirm«i.
Mm.
('artar
its
dafealad, and
rat»ii*
Mr. t^«Ue
poa*«a«ii»u
of
XtM*
tlM -klldL
far Mtakigaa Waal.
Ctt.AM*zto.f*rt««a
||tub..
Jaly
Thf attMou j* rapidly drawing to a
ele»^ and ibi* w««k will probably aae lb*
leet markatad in KalaataMK). MKlngau'a
wool 4eutar Ti»« •*»*•"!, ba» t.wn a de-
hiani
aaerif
atf th*
ar« oppoaad to
tba
proposition
tn any form whatever, an savrrin^ of pro
blbition U'gisiattofi, anil hnving il«*t^rmitt-1
(bat do partiHan or ofteimivt UigiHl*tiort
•ball Ik tnuHiad without a republican ijuo
rom |«rt-*Hut. tb*y arv pr»rti4-«lly masters
of tiiA fate of the bill It i« known that a
aabMtitut« will be offerewi in tb«' hona« aa a
*ub«titattt for the p«ndtng bill, which will
vitrirtlf tb* tarm original pafkag*-."
»tri *hi"h will provide. a« iti thf Faulk
ner «riieri(i!XH«ii! tii the stiiaW*, tlmt whfii
ailj package is deHrared to ita conaignae.
in aoj staia, it hecomaa lObj^rt lo tba
pol:-1- tawa of tbai atata I ha original
Wilaon bill an
it
tb«?
#MM»te,
diatant
"onlitj-
lng tint# lagi«latioit to intuximtita, will aiao
ba oAwrwd agatu in tha boeaa.
THE SOUTHERN 8TVL*.
A MmH« Mm
CNm riwgar MhH Off |p
I'oiitloal
TsxaaaAMA, Ark.. Jivu
Nam baa r«-ach»d Texarkactft
ef
aa
at.
fray at Lawiavtlle, ilk., In tbe adjoining
rlAfaratta) oountj. K aaanm that Dr.
'hi*os, a prominent wpnhlican politician
twai i Itnt Letnay, a union hilxjr man aiut
abortfT of tb«* ooauty. got mto a dvapnta
oticf rutiiK politic*, in tbe conrae of which
bistt. di*w a revolTar and abot one of tha
abenff
a
tiugars
off. Tha
lattar re-
traatad aod waa^ to kb bona,
twer
la
tba
ooaatry,
bare iiaa aince ffittained. Tb«
troublu oocnrrwi Saturday
tiight, and
Mon-
t'aj, it it reported, t# lirotb» ra of Cbtmoi
from a tt«tghbiriog town want
to
Vtiia
and took virtual
Lawis-
poaaaasioe.
Both of
tb* lait^r ar^ L^aniy armed. e«oh r-arryiuK
\V »iicbet«t«'t and au -abootar*- l^uia\
}Kpular sum! baK uan\ atrong adb«raut^.
and it la faarad therv will be
aariowa
(nnbia
wban«»v«r tha man
maat.
Dr.
baa frr)»i«ntly figarad ahooUBK
•orap«a and wan ouf dnvan from l^-wto
ville t»y ita tadufuant citlxant), bat raturnel
nftai tQf nxntement at»«i out. ami ftiM
•uii-r mad- tb pUo bia He ia a
mati of taletit. bat qai-k U'aip«r«n.1 aod
giran to drink, w^iila
litany
man, hat gama.
is
a
JULIAN REITERATES.
If* R#fMHtta tlaa Diplomatic Deaial
Hm eatly aai Mbalwa AddtUaaal
inaatt.
Maw Yoaa. Jnly
9.
Th* New Vork
WorUi
eefe Sir Julian
i'aunoafort waa aaao by a aarraepondent
at W»«htttgt«ai. Ha ra)eat«d tba diplo
matic denial whieh ha ouuia Monday night
aod added "There i# BO doubt that our
wax reaeeta in tba uortb Pacific are there
to protect the Britiah tiag aud our
•eaiar*.' \««teniay hairtnan Hltt
railed tba foreign affairs oommitta« of the
hou»« tog*tb«*r and tha members agreed to
report to Ib* bouaa at ono« a resolution
t-alltux u|ou tho {iraaident to aatxi to it all
«5orr«Bpotdenoe on the aobjai of tbe lt«br
iug N«a qnaation that might protari le
mad« public. Hill was unable to praaant
htx reaolution, as tbe bouae was j|iat ad
journing. Ha said that be had no doubt
tha reaolattoa would be adopted at to day's
aesftioa.
TO INSPECT IMMIGRANTS.
lo Pwraat
tl«n
ttf
Conlagtoa* UtoMMSi.
Ma«r Yoaa. .tuly a.
At but a plan which haa (mm
purged to keep out undesirable imtuigrai)t»
land toprotfot this country more thoroughly
Hgatnat tbe ti.vaaion of oonta^ioaa dtM«MH« s
is to be adopted Dr. Hamilton, I uitcd
Statow Hurgwo g«-uarai, will »*il for Kuroja
on the 16th inst. for tbe pur)Haa of istab.
Iiebing pbyaioianH at every j»ort in E«ro|M
from vkush immigranta niuUurb to thi«
txiuatry in oooneotion with the United
Ht»t«» marine hospital sarne«. Tbe pbyai
oianit will in evarry mm work antler tbaau
p^rviatou of tb« United Hlatea oonau! at the
port where they are statioued. It will bwthf
iuty of ih^sa doctors to examine the immi
grants and to pre rant tha embarkation of
tbe great army of lame, halt and blind
ple who for years ba*« lnwu pouring
into tbia eotintrj ouly to fill op the county
and state pauper institutions, i'wrtieuiar
attention will be given to rejecting
who aie auSenng
tmm
worttagwm* dtmM*f«
and all (HmptaiiiU of a aorofulous nature.
The plan proponed haa been atii^oasaftiliv
Ciiirtad out in eormeotion with tbe marine
hospital aeittce in W«-at Indian and Mouth
Aaaanean porta aud the effects of this pro
tectioQ to the l'aite«l Htales in tba axchi
sion of eontaglonR du»eaa«M in eanaiderwi
in»«4i«iabie by members of tlw* a#r*tc«.
Tbttw while yellow f»tver is raging u»
mud liio Janeiro. Hra*.ti, there i#
varjr Utile danger of its getting into New
fork, even in the rammer aaaaoa. Ia
counaetion with this work the Eoropaan
cooauiK mtm expactad to also tuaba emuim
•tion. partiouhurly with regard to onuimitl
iosTOBtn, July 9.
The run on th« banks is tbis mW oon
ttnues. aotwithst.uiking tbe feet Ourt the
governra«ot bad decreed th«« foroed cor
rett«ty of ootaa of tbe national bank let
mjaouth*.
»a«aa* IKx-pl»iasi '«g
(****#¥, Ear i as. .fulftm.
By tb« «xpio«{on of a gaaollo# stove
Ke«»w fetmvitakv and wife ware nearly
CflUA WIU iETALIAXL
If We Exclude Her Citizens SH#
Will
Mnr Yeas. Mr
Among tiu arrival* on IfiV. steamer
Bretagn*' at Sew orfc tbe othf»r day, warn
hia cKc»'ilcncj Mimatt-r atti, »ed
by Hbon Khln fhing and M. M. li«*. Tbey
took tbe 4 o'clook train for Waalungtoft*
In an interview Minister Tain aaid Ua
leas tbe I uited Miat^ governmeot repoaht
tbe (aw wbx-h now fsriudew my country
meu front this country we »hail treayt
Americans to a of their own niedietna,
1 mean that we «boll exeludt: citiKteOs of
tbe I'uitad ritatea from the Cbioeae eta
pirs. Wa hope we shall not be pushed to
auy roeaatirt«N of tal*ation Tin ('hntaer
foreign orticd b.t- Kt'iit aeveral domnnde
to Mr itiatne to repeal the exclusion law.
We have received no reply from bin. Of
course, oongresm alone oau eat right tbe
present outrage, but tbe statr depnrttM*nt
is tbe proper channel of negotiation.
Our trf-aiica wjtb tbe 1 titled St at as
have been regarded aa sacml trusts
and wa have lived up to tha vary letter of
them. Now, without tbe slightest ware
log or excuse, the United Ktate* oru#lly
breaks its agreement and build* up a bav*
r««f ngniiitft ous fitineus. Aftt-r this erX
oluston law wan {nsa«-'l in deflano« of ail
treaties h»creUr) hay^trd and the former
mimater from t'biua conferred, and tbe re
mit waa a proposed new treaty with ('bina
wbl contained tb«» exi'luaioti law, V*hen
this treat* •*a« aabiuitttd to the «'ni}t«ror
and hi* rouncil it waa instantly repudl.
ated. Tbe indiguntmn agatnat the minis
tar was such that his house wau burned aod
ail hia property within ranch was deatroved.
Tbe Chtticao g«rt-rument nt onee refuaad
to entertain any aucb proposal for a new
treaty and diumnltkl that tbe exclusion
law be at ouw re|«nU»l aud the term* of
Ui£ ^reatiil traalj couipUed wuh.'
SUNDAY BALL PLAYINtt.
A BalUaiw* Pw»kw Ewlsri'flas
Vlnwt an Hw a*-
BiMWOM, July A,
Bav. Charles H. Wel4 ef «fce Vie* U
ie|end'cnt Ohnot charvb. tn bia Merlon
laat Huuday, on the otjaervaaoe of huudajr,
said. ""The recent and wanton Attack*
upon tboae who have been witneaaing
games of ball near our city are grown
a.-id «M(i*eleas that they r«op n thi«
«]uastion and demand some
juHiderat ion of that which lies at tb
La^is of a real Hunday, which oar mcxb ri
life tto much needs. The American gam*
of ball is not in itself immoral or demoral
ising. It cannot be successfully phiyod
except by temperate men. Whether or not
it is the moat ennobling way
ot spending
BunUay aftt-rooou is an open question
but abuac of tha game and of workingmuu.
whom 1 know are living industrious aui
olaau tivaa, is no way to solve one of the
great and dedicate ijuestiotix of tbe pre*«i.t
day. As long as we pernst in cloam.
our gallerien of painting, muse mi.
and lihrarlee we bave bo right i
ooudemn tbesa
mmn
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 18A0.
Bar Our Citizens Out
of Her Country. -i
Strange Experience of a Sei Captals
s Vessel Attacked by ,*
Scheol of Wonstiwrs.
A Baltimore Freaeher Dtfonds Sua*
day Ball Playing—Minnie Mh
mer's tngiish Fancies.
.[
for tbia
*«rti»»6ment. wbtoh te ltaalf ts peTf&et!
bannicaa Modem society lives tn to
many giaav houses to be safely throwiui
stones. It is a law of criticism that yc
a^l.mk. e
RKISfT WOw fwlv W*ly TUgwTT y IIQ wWWv
thing tn ttn plaoe. This ia a great an!
difficult i{uefltton it abould heap uroacbe
with calmn*a« and caution. Th«* coudi
tions of motiern hf« have chaagotl from tl
[Hist, and the stroinwd straaa of cornet!
tion and labor leaves men and women
tbe end of tbe week exhausted aud wear^.
with three great needs worship, reet an
recreation If we persist in cloeinK
this preaent brutal way, our places of
wboiCMoiue diverstoii. then ball, or beer,
theater, or something *l*e will take tbsu
t!ao«. In this city every library, every
museum, every picturn gallery anould b«
opened on Kauday aftwruoou Hunda*
can abused by the church, just as well
an by playing ball. It is aa abu«* of Sun
day to gather men and women together
and tell them that th» bulk of humanity
doomed to an eudless bell. Far hotter pbv
ball than listen to theae perversions of th»*
intk.'
MowTaaai.. JtUy 9.
A man who regiaterad ee 0. W. Yomk.
of Chicago, put up at tbe AI Won Hot*!.
Montreal, a month ago, aaying he waa «i
bia way to England. Re bad plenty
moti' y and among other purch.uws was
suit of cloth* front tt leading Arm, for
which he pud eash. ll« appeared at the
efiothing store again and bought $10 wor
ef elothing aad tendered in pavmesft two
cb*ckh for $75 «ach. with which was a
ter alleged to Im» fron. H. ('. Jamieso ..
aboai a draft which the letter said Youu^
was having cashek at the (tank of Montreal.
After Youug left witb the change the pro
prietor became suepicioaa, and, visiting
Mr. Jamiesoti, teamed that both th# letter
and obecks were forg«ri«M. The poliee
w#r« nif»rta«'l »nd Voting wm arreat^l
the Albion Hotel, At the hotel b« show«d
wreral letters uf totsrodttctlah iium pmi'
in biojMie, um» aeiaesef wboss
we et
remembered.
Cnaaaa* July ».
Tbe promised eeol wave has arrived ao!
bt Uaiw mora tag tbe thermometer w*
fitirel R4 degroe*. with *«.?"!#«.» sky at"*
tnacing brae«« trin the. northwest. 11
weather i« in delightful Mintrast With tb.
I
SCHOOL Or MONSTERS.
iMraage **iwr*e«iee wf
Vttm
Cantata «f Mm
AbM* fliaaa CUa Veesel Allacbetl.
S i w Yom. Jaiy t.
rapt. Graea, of feba schooner Abhie
ireen, now lying at Balaon street wharf,
New York, bfougbt hia venel from Hio de
Janeiro, and when twenty milea off Cape
flattera* ran into a aohool of sea monitors
nuch a* he had never before seen. Tbe
n uatera were sightrd by oqe of tbe crew.
They were nearly 100 yards abead of tbe
veseel, and were apparently rushing toward
her.
When first seen by tba sailore they
tcougbt tba ship was rnaniog into a float
ing island, some of which arc often s#en
at sea. Tht»y soon changed tbeir miada,
however, when tbey got closer and saw a
school of big Seb that no one on board
could recognise aa having s«en before.
The school opened to let the ship pass,
aid than at oece cloeed in and followed
"r. Tbey floated all around her and
Kiently tmpded her progreaa.
Although tbe vt-saai waa gataf at
-)c«d
a
of several knots an hour tbe am
«ters toll 3wed along in her wake, and aav
fmi more daring onaa seemed to oatcb
hold of th- 7easel'« side and let themselves
ix« carried along. They were larger than
th« aver4ge abarks, being al*ont teji fe?t io
engtb and varying from tba
riae ef a
i-ticket, to a tub in cireumfarenc?.
They H.*# m»-d to be running a raft*
aad
having a great battle among themselves.
They had four long arms which r»«am
i sd the hand* of an ap«. Theao em-like
tt mga eitendad from each ante of tbe
••dy. Discovering that they a ere a new
*i«cies of Ash, the captain immediately
.mmumcated the fact to the firat mate,
wtth ord^rn to try to capture some of the
mrange monsters. Buathooki* were first
«M their attempt to catch the fish, but
iuisuccaesfuiiy. Tbe fish seemed to know
what wah needed of them, and tbey used
than "bands" to protect themselves.
i ronps of two and three of the monsters
mid grab bold of the boat hooks and pull
*m away. Eight of these hooks ware
ukeu from the sailors. The arms were
-'•out six feet loog, eald Ospt. Oreen.
iie sailors beeam« alariued, thinking thai
xuie ill-omen had caused the serpents to
How the ahip, and they thought tbey
wore going to be loat. Tbey told tbe oap
»tii tbey thought the ship would never
reach port. Some rusbad to tbe forecastle
«"d soma to tbe oaplain s cabin in tbeir
e ul«avor to eaeajw from tb* wnpposed
wiahs. By this tune the ttab had l^rame
tuore daring and would dwieu alongside the
boat and grab tbe sail tenions and traoee.
At first tbe oaptain beoam' so exas
pemted at .e mm that he ordered them
cast tbe !tne- which tbey use in oatcb
ing drum and sturgeon. This the crew re*
^a^antiy (IKS.
The lines ware bated witb bage ptaoes
ef codhsb and oaat over tbe side. Tbey
were handled by tbe fish tbe same at tbev
band 1mi the boat books. Tbey would grab
tbe lines with Lbau hands and lij to tear
them a|ati.
Two or three ware oapitred, killed and
booked Mid tasted tike boiled shad.
Chunks of the uncooked |arts of the fish
were thrown overboard, and tbe battle
among tbeir companions ia the welar fer
tbe Nest tbe boat sscapeo.
,—
MINNIE PALMER'S FANCIES.
Hl« Aetraan Horn* With Hrltisli
l»o(£«u Cuba, Groom, Maid and Ikreeees.
Maw y i»a*. July ».
Minnia Palmar returned home from
•egiand on tbe Servia witb John B. Hog
Ma, her hutbaud. sixty pi#ctH of baggage,
two English
mhm,
an English groom and
maid aod four new English dogs. Khs
bnsied heraelf all the afternoon setting to
rights bar apartments in tba Gramercy
flats. Her new dogs are a big coolie, Bir
Rupert, two King Charles xpamels, which
ware gft* from Lord lioaebery and l^adv
Aroble »tni|»t«h and an aristocratic pug.
Qjf *t pun if 1" nil v§ h^nflf tu
tin. he silver house waa agift from ttir
Henry Claveriog. Tbe aotreas also brings
bar innumerable new dresse*. Getting
bar dreaaea through the custom bouav kept
her husband buay until dark. Mism 1'itimer
boughi tb- cob" to go with a two-wheeled
English oart that she proposes to drive
tandem witb har little English groom sit
ting i» state* on tbe box The actress has
two new idays, "A Fool's Mate" and "My
Prima Donna." She will ap|«ar in tbe
latter at tba Htandard Theater tu October.
Bhe wears man's clothing la tbe second
SsaaiMl WINS
W»a„ Jaly#.
Fourteen years ago George Blanehard
With his wife and six children had tbeir
borne at Two Rivers, Wis. One day on
aeeouut ef a little misunderstanding with
bis wife tba husband auddenly left bis
boms and went to Milwaukee. From
ibere he wont to Hpauldiug, Mich., and
other northern Michigan and Wiaoonsin
cities, following his vooatiou of stonecut
ter One day a report eame to Mrs.
Blauohard that George Blanehard had
bs* killed in an explosion at Eaat hajri
naw Mich. Hh« had every reason to be
Uevtt that it waa bar husband who had been
fcilied, and moved to Milwaukee where abe
bad friends, wub#». .jtienth going to lUcioe.
Iau*i«fmug Hiaiit hard obtained employ
aeeut ui Kaukauun, Wis., and while ibere
b« learned of the wberealtouts of his family.
Be accordingly wrote, and finally went to
BsHMne and enjoyed a happy re
bb wife aud groan up children.
Craiad by
SUKKiBti., lie., Ja»y u.
Frank H. Holme, aged )M yeage* a
eea
of Johu T. Hoiin#, one of the prominent
toauranoe men of Hannibal, Mo., com
Slitted by shooting himself through
Hie btsftft. Over a year *o he had a severe
epaii of sickneae. brought on by the as
eeaalva
mm
of ••igaretteJi.. For wet-k« he
hetweeu life and death and finally
sufficiently to lie brought home,
but he never fully regained bis strength
and. vigor, and at times he aufferwd from
aWrraliati, H« i*ft .» latter ad
to Mian leanie Kw»lt, a young
to be mar
k#(9 ab«»u. he was tmg»jjed to be mar I died r#c
gH&. a i Jeaete.
•(i.
Hi* Jt'
IKE MIILE Of IHE ELKS.
Rupture Between East and
West—The Grand Lodge
liable to Split
Further Facts Regarding the Fargo
SAerm— Range of Losses fism
$75,000 to $100,0001
Georgia's Supreme Court Renders s
Daeision in Faror of ths
Railroads.
EawYena,J^ra
\TlrBl Tuiriret TW uidiiiTFWlWi TTf IUViU(™ll
of tbe theatrical profesatou in tbe east in
tbe three daya aesston of tbe grand lodge
of I'lka which liegan in Clfveland on the
Mth Many of tbe conservative mamlwrn
of the oidet in New Vork state believe that
the reault of the session will be to divide
the entire organisation between the east
and th* weat that i». the easU^rn lodges
may decline to recognize the validity of
the action of the grand lodge, and may
organise a new grand lod^e, which shall
have jurisdiction over tbe lodge in tbe
east alone, which of course, woakl leave
oniv the western lodge* under tbe control
of the original grand lodge.
At the session of the grand lodge in
New \ork u year ago, a majority of the
members voted in favor of having the next
annual session bald in Cleveland. Tba
delegates of tba Mew York l. idge No. 1
prott-Hted that *u«b a »«s*iui» could not be
Jegalfy held, a* th» charier granted to the
gr.»ii'l lodge by this state provided that its
sessions must be held within tbe state,
The New York lodge* sued out an in junc
tion to restrain the officer* of tbe grand
lodge fiom taking tbe aeal out of the state,
aud in absence of defense the injunction
waa granted. Before it waa served, bow
ever, the aeal and the funds of tbe lodge
were removed from the state. Tbe Ex
alted Grand Huler, Dr. Quinlau, suspended
the New York lodge for insubordination,
and it ia exacted thai the grand lodge will
make tbe s)iM|ensioi. definite. If this
course in adopted a division of tbe order is
inevitable, as tbe eastern lodges
the coarse of their New York brethren.
THE FARGO STORM.
Tha Um lui« Vvwan »7 ft.oee Te Utb*
OM NoUi oflht UtMMtM.
Ps.nwo. N. !),, July ».
It lit almost im|Htssible to give an ac
curate list of the damage of tbe Fargo
ntwltil. bHtUIKIO* mil|(V TlWUl
SliMi.iHKK As tbe reports come in from tba
country these ligaren are likely to be in
creajifd. The Northern Pacific repair and
machine shopx were damaged fJKUKm
worth the freight depot* of the Great
Northern and Milwaukee roads were de
molished. Plymouth Congregational
church was scattered to the four winds,
but the lose i« covered by tornado insur
ance. The Firat Congregational church is
a wreck and twisted oat of shape. Tha
Episcopal church ia damaged to the
extent of ,000. Beporta from north,
South and west of Fargo indicate con
siderable deatrt.otion with no loas of life so
far an known. Map'eton, Caaaeltou and
Bower City lost many roofs and huaioes*
fronts, while almotd every farm tn tbe line
of the storm sustained damage to buildings
and eropa. Moorhead and Glyndon, Minn.,
w«r«» each in line of the tornado. At the
former plaoe tbe Manitoba roundhouse
and foundry are badly damaged and par
tially swept away. Tba Grand Pacific and
Jay Cooke hotels are slightly damaged.
At Tenney, Lb» lirat stop east of Moor
head, the ebivator on the Northern Pacific
tr&^k is a total wreck. It was smashed to
kmdhug wood and carried to the opposite
aid*
id
ih» tAt U yiMl*M th-
of the Manitoba depot is gone with all tel
egraph communication. One house was
blown down and parts of tbe mill twiated
and carried away
The Htorui came from tbe weat, gradu
ally increasing in fury antil it became a
tempest of appalling power, and rain came
down in torrents. The roar of the elements
was something awful.
Glyndon got tha rail and of the tornado.
G. H. Harnes farm building was damaged
about $2M worth. bemobargerm roller
nulls were nnroofed, a large warebouae,
liarn and store colla|sed and many small
farmers lost reeidences or barns. There
was a severe hail storm and damage to
ropsfix miles uorthward.
Caeeelton reports bridges la ell dtiwo
tions waabetl out or blown away. In Ma
pletou nearly every building hears marks
of the storm, and a number of persons
were badly injured. At Durbin there was
a heavy hall storm, accompanied by wind,
and great damage was done to crops of alt
ktnda. Tbe track of the hail storm was
about two and a half miles wide and
twenty mit*n long. Io Wheatland numer
ous bntidmgs were blown down, and the
damage to crops from hail is considerable.
At Ayr nine ma lea and two horaea were
killed by one flash of lightning whusb ran
along the wire fenc*. striking the animals
huddled together in a comer of e fiaid.
Gen. Sargent'* barn, $ftsl*j&, was com
pletely demolished.
A
Jaiy®.
Worrt ?oiH !x-(Mi rweiTed tt n» »tg.. thai
W M. Woodehhi, the well known blcycliat
died recently of yellow fever el Kio de
-j"
PRICE FIVE CENTS
IN FAVOR OF THE ROADS.
Osef ala'a eit|»rettt« «art K—i«wre a l»»i
eialon In
mm Ml«*plim
*2 A DAY.
Saab 1st few IMei
gartraaiaal
WaansoTON. July a
A report haw been made by the commit*
tee on labor recommending the paaaage 4
the bill iotrtnluced by Congressman Coit*
nail fixing the minimum wagea to be patA
to laborers employed by tbe government
at $2 p»r day. The report atatex that tt
has l**eu mad# to appear to the committee
that certain laborer* in the employ of tlie
government were required to work on hall
time at only 91.26, thereby receiving on)f
about 15 per month. Tbe report furthet
states that the minimum proposed by Mb
Conneil's bill is projer and reasonable aqfl
that by its passage an act of justice will lie
done laborer* in the employ of tbe govert|a
meut and prectKkni will be establish*!
of grant benatt te tba waga-workara of tbe
country.
SPARKS FROM THE WIHBS.
Jt*n Ermnni.m, of Findlay, Obio, wag
trampeil to death by a aow be wet trying
to lead to paatura.
R*v.
J.
u Dinhkokjc, paster of tm
Baoond Praabyfenan church at ltloomin^pi
n, ill., concluded twenty years of ooq»
UnuouK service there Sunday.
Herman Km-dEit, a Geraav Widowati
aged (Rl years, committed suicide at TtogJ^
111., by cutting his throat from ear to aaR,
Leonards, Me., was found dead in tba
road near his house. HIM bead had heea
crushed in by a atone bjr a person or p«*•
aons unknown.
AM application fer ibeappolntmeat ef a
receivitr waa made in tho Fnited Btateg
court at Ht lxuis by tbe 8t. Louim UriS
and steel company. The bonded indk*bu»c|«
naea of the oompany is ti,700,000.
8. Biiiu, of Cambria, Mich, mesle
three attempta at sutcid.- Huuday. Hie
family frost rati his attemptM taice, bH
tbe third time be made a gawh hia throe!
which may yet prove fatal.
WAJtuaa DuntrroK, ef Aabais Price*,
N. Y has beeu Marred with a notic- af
appeal, which s+rven as an order to stay
proot^tdiugs in the caa« of Frank Fish, tbe
Canaudatgua murderer, who is under sent*
euoe of death by electricity during tl|S
week riunmenctog Jaly 12.
UiTC
gxrw Yoax. July •.
Billy Maloney, reading clerk of tbe
board of aldermsn ef 18S4, and AldarmsA
Delacy, indicted for cuaiplic ty in tbe
Itroadway surface road bribery caee.walkdd
intw the district attorney office to
.14*
ead gate
bail.
Nwwr York W
N aw o
14*, July v.
The weather is hot aad sultry this mora
ing,
somewhat tempered by ligbtvhreeaes.
The thermometer at 10:90 indicated 4K
degrees in the shade. A half doaen cases
ef Met proetration are already repetted.
THE MARKETS.
man Core inly 9.
Hugo iUKxtiyiu 3,300 otBeial yeat«rtay, 'i.l'Ja
Mark«t. ut»wiM -„.«45e lo* el and elon«d &«a7 -M
iowar thaii »»«t*r.lay'« cl'.atm »«'lliiiK at #4.|l
rfM.ca. bulk. m.^r
Owti!» Reeelpts, *Jt), offlaial -«i«Tdav.
Hhipuo tit IKT Markat dull aud oeli«
Quotation Fat staass. prima. a3.?D
t*i fair to good, eS-Ss^tS
am on»le« 90u to l.OU) #J
1.3& feir to food, 8.10, atookarit, ebola
IHt.ilOrftS i. lair
Uj giMM.1, tfi.
eni ateadv 'tualltv fair
'v
TERRIFIC CYCLONS.
rad fwraowa Kayuilae
the Maaaatt Coaatiy
McacaT Jaly ».
A terrific cyelene bee praveHed at Vat
cat and in the adjacent country. Great
damage was dono io tbe city and sur
rounding country. Many houaee. both in
the city and on the plantation*, wsr» de
molished The losa df life is appalling,
report* thus far reoeivad ebewing Tit sat*
mm killed.
Oo«»
•3
Car Tax tVasa.
ATUkST* Oa Jfwljr »,
Tbe supreme oout ef CkNMfte b*»
randeml a decision wMeb fa of inteiwet «e
r^lroada and sleeping «*r companiea. It
is io the famous sleeping car tax caee, ani
affirmed the daciaion of tbe superior coolS
in granting an injunction restraining tbe
comptroller general from collecting this
tax for this year. Tbe late legislature, |fe
will be rentemtxired, imposed i tax upcei
every railroad company that pulled over iie
road sieapuiK cars npou which taxee
Me not payed for pulling atich car* in eanb
of the years of lHMy and lH'.si, and enarteS
that if any railroad company should fail be
pay the license uu or before tb* lat of
Ootolter in each year, the comptroller geife*
eral should ieeae an oxreution against salfl
defaulting company I his act, which tu|»
poeed the doty of paying the tax on or
fore the 1st of October, did not lieconlS
law untiI Nov. 12, 18^. Tbe sapreute
court holds that tbe judge of the snpencil
«!Otirt does right hi reetraioing the wdle.l
tion of tbe tax for 1KKU, holdiag th#
whether the tax be valid ot not it In nek
collectable bv execution befora Otilqbei 1
next after the passage of tbe act.
7.V'«8.«*mferk
ea.li9SW.cA. c«'W». eitrt eh:4e e.rn tH
av 'ft Kru .*•! k (air to jukh! Ji, a
siitanur u- comm«. St U9 eannses. IHpi
§iM. yearlings, »atra choice.
mm. es T^.U', baUa, shoie*, SaM#^ai|
n, ti.-'s-OAM
veal ealves, poor
etioloa. Saooeu
•ants (Maaka Live
aocrrii !ulv *.
•nga—Meeotpka. ls».»s*t,
TIT ahipui"M» ar« U
and .« tow aalltng at e.%.
arVet
i,W 7tl.
official «at«rJ(
Market vary
Oatkio- !.«».
f-
ciuca«w i«»«e Me||b
Cbicaoo, July
v
Hfiga Hce«4p«a, /iiUO. Market
ti*« a«S »taa«ls I4gtot,
paakiiia as
3»tW» 15. i*» Markat waakt
baav*« XSM-7& «tK-kar« ami (e»»l#r», iS IS
'Taut* ateara.
eaah. SHf« Sapta«itmr, *•**&
aaeh, 36^c, Ssv«auiler. *TMP
87'ne.
Om*» taab. JSe, »i»*8sabar. SIMe.
Bya I irui at »«e.
Barley st -a.»
Prw.r limotuj Ftfm al $LW fl 13ft.
Wtmt firm. »i.m
WhUkf
#i.i«
f«rr,-»t»t3«i» i'»rk lull
i
Wi)«at I-uil
iorwm,
taasilxtr
V-oru
J*1*
A
""i.'S
Hha«i Haeetpta. A.UOU.. Markat «toady
vap Haeetpta. A.UOU. Haiti
^liMSiriO. ttookars au4
4.90.
CmcAoo
Tuty
Kaay:
Firm
Ft
eaadi SMUW
lass. Lesd, Sna
Msaber. e&ie
K«w Seen
Hmv Ynnn
»nty v
-i-
Jul), atjtesnai s^
*t^('.HU-VSe
irtn No. 1.
tlat« i- wsW^ra, •'•is.
Pvovlaion* t-tfrti, uta** SV.
tin. *t $= Huttai w«ak
SjMW, kiiijinSi) 'rt! £«Si,«ati.

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