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: pi. . THE ,. SALT LAKE TIMES. 1M b t zmrrr' 11 ' " ; S SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1890. NQ' 2S-- l.l ll.TY LOVK I I TO IT. Took Mrvrhnltie Iteeause She Could Not Ibit the Man she Adored. IlrNTisc.Tos, Intl . June 27. Mr. Sarah Cetu committed suicide fcy tak-ing strychnine t the homo of her parvuts'iu Fairfield Center. Last Jan-uary she lived here, but fi ll in love with a man uamcd Ktl Smith ami left li.Thiislui-.il- . Her licit daughter she shipped here, addressed to the Orphan' hiinii'. Wlen tho child arrival ilwnl un-able to toll its name or give any partic-ulars. She wait taken earn of ly a pri-vai-family. Mrs. Ilctu ami ?iiiith t HvimI together at Fairtnoitut few week, tiiuttlicu she returned home. In a short time she left again, and w bib' goni- - ntcinpted suicide iv taking limr. phiue, luit tailed to kill herself. Thru she went to her parents' homo and there took largo dose of strychnine and soon died. Shu left a touching llote, ill which she confessed IliT lol! for Smith, and said would kill her-sel- f because she could iu'vcr livo ilh hiiu. Ilor folks arc )iroiuiuciit people. mEBTION If the Candidates Don't Suit the Gover-nor of New Jersey Ee Has Power to Beject. THESE IS DEEP INDIGNATION. Contesting a Big Land Suit-Clai- ming Title to an Estate Worth Mil-lions of Dollars. TitKNTox, X. J., Juno 27. Special. 1 Governor Abbott today, in accord-ance with tho provisions of tho new election law, received the nominations for county boards of registration made by the republicans and democrats. He has approved of tho list submitted by both parties. The governor has the right to reject any nomination ho may consider unlit, but it is not supposed that ho will frequently exercise this prerogative. Tho now election law, winch is rather cumbersome, will have its first trial at the charter electioiUo be held in Newark next October. , 'lw law directs that each year, not later than June 27, the chairman of each state committee shall name two nomi-nees of his party iu each county, and that these shall form the boards of reg-istration. AVIum tho board iu each county is organized the chairman of the county committees will each nominate two officers for each precinct, and the election, from registration to balloliug. will bo conducted by these district officers. The detail of the bal-loting is upon the Australian plan, ex-cepting that there may be a distribution of official ballots before tho election day. The precinct officers appointed this time must be men of more than average intelligence,' for it will be a difficult task to rightly start tho com-plicated- machinery s new law. The task of registration will be a heavy one, for it has'been a neglected depart-ment of the election system heretofore. There has been no registration in the country districts whatever, and it is apprehended that there tho new law will cause some difficulty. vtcri.us oif luua.vpuoBiA. Vagrant Mad CuTri"mcuIatis With the People Deadly virm Cahtiiaue, III., June 27.- -A large i. i Cnnll;'S early this nion.- - li't t ilt n?ial8 in its way. It odogs, ouj. of whiL.h hil,)e(.n killed and tho other is being watched. have T bitPte'8n obfy r"aabnicdcick county dogs, one a vcar-ol- son of Win. Vanarsdale, of T,?i IIoVIlS biU,Ml !l OK" . hiy. Iho wound healed, but on he following a peculiar indura-tion set m, and on the advice of Dr. McNeall the bov was taken to the Orton madstoue all louver, and, after thorough scarifi-catio- n of; the wound, the madstoue was applied, and adhered strongly. Ihe other subject was Frank Wilson, a prominent citizen of LaCrosse. lie w as bitten on tin; hand by Ids own dog last N ciluosday. The dog had been acting strangely, and the next day or two after biting Mr. Wilson lie '.eft his home. On his way bore in a biigo-- hist Saturday morning Mr. Wilson saw the dog on tho road not far from the house, and tried to drive him home, 'but the cur was sullen and paid uo at-tention to him. Mr. Wilson remained here till yesterday and applied the liiadslono frequently. A wholesale on-slaught is being made on all unmuzzled dogs. SIMfLY A H IX l.NUKLSS. A Grizzled l'reacbrr'a Opinion of the Tolleta of Society Ladles. PiTTsarise., Pa., June 27 The United Presbyterian Ministerial association had a discussion yesterday on tho subject of "Promiscuous Dancing." Anioug those w ho participated in tho debate was the Kev. J. Jones, an elderly min-ister with flowing white beard and hair, who astonished tho brethren by his radical utterances. "In my opinion," ho said, switching from the subject of dancing rather suddenly, "the full-dres- s cost limes which our so-ciety ladies of tho present day wear are nothing more than a full undress. I have never been at but ono fashionable weddiug in inv lite, and that was last" fall. That was also the lirst time 1 had ever seen these d dresses on ladies, except at the play when I was n boy. They call them full dress, but 1 think they are all undress. Where is the dress There is nothing but the bare skin of the arm and the. neck exposed. I would like to know what the young ladies of the present day mean, any-how. 1 think there is room here for the pulpit to speak out. If tho young society ladies who wish to wear low-nec- k dresses would go further and ele-vate their skirts it wouldn't be any worse." The other members of the association wero at lirst astonished at " what tho Key. Mr. Jones said, then broke into a hearty laugh, and tho sub-ject was pursued no further. CONGHLvsltlNAU St.NA TVi. WasIiimitov, June the bill for tho dmiviin of yoming was Morgan the senate in opposition. HOI'S. WAMiiN.iiiiN. Juno 87 - loi kery of Missouri made, a motion to reconsider the ole by which the pontul clerk' leave bill was pasted yesterday, lie had been informed yeslerday I y a who called up tlei bitl. Mr. Keti halll of New York, that it did Hot iuuilvc the nppropriaiioii. whereat ho now learned that it would Involve mi expciidiuuo of tllil.nuo. At Ketelmm was not present, I lockery was permit-ted by unanimous consent to enter a motion leaving it pending for the present. Consideration id the election bill Wat resumed, llaligcil of Wisconsin it ad dressing tho liouso in upirt of the bill. Tho bill was further discussed by Co-vert. (New York, and Mower, (New York), in opposition to it . A Bottle, Nut a Package. Atchison, Kau., Jur.o 27. Police Judge lialdwin decided Tuesday that a ease of beer us brought into the state is the original paeliage, not a single bottle taken from such ease. The decision was made iu the case of Charles (ira-ham- . who is selling bocr by the bottle out of cases he gels from a St. Joseph brewery. Oahaiu lias appealed the case to the district court. THE wiJm Ti The Unaccountable Action of Two Bar-rels of Whisky in a Cincin-nati Saloon- - EXPLODE WITH GREAT I0RCE. Sad Tate of Pretty Alice Brown Vic-tims of Hydrophobia Crimd and Casualties. Cincinnati. June 87. "Tho end of tho world is a coming. It's getting so hot that all the whisky is taking tiro right in tho barrels." This startling statement was made by a man w ith a llanuel shirt and a pair of yellow shhes, as lie came bounding out of Charles L, Heisse's saloon, at the norlli west corner of F.ighth'aud Cen-tral avenue, yeslerday afternoon at 1;U0 o'clock. An instant before two de-tonations had been heard, and the sa-loon w as tilled with smoke and lire. Tho big plate-glas- front, was com-pletely demolished, the thick crystal sheet Wing blown into the slieet. An alarm was sounded troni box 471', calling a relay of engines. When tho firemen arrived they found the floor covered with burning whisky, while the walls and fixtures showed the scar-ifying effects of a rain of tho same liery stuff. Amid the confusion the proprietor and his barkeeper came running into the street, fearfully blistered, the latter. John Kieger, having his face puffed li and bis arms and neck covered witli burns. Tho proprietor's arms and hands wero blistered. After the flames had been extinguished il was discovered that the story of tho whisky taking tire was the solemn truth. Naturally, this created a great sensation iu tho neigh-borhood, hundreds being attracted to tho scene to learn what they could of tho awful calamity. Mr. lteisso slated that in the far end of the bar, behind a partition of wood and glass, he had stored away four barrels ot four j car old liqucr. Oftliese, two barrels had exploded from no other visible cause than hhmi-taueou- s ignition, as them was no one in that part of the room, and there was no lire or light about them. The ex-plosions were ticparnto and distinct, there being an interval "f nearly a mo-me-between them. Tho work of de-struction was peculiarly complete, Not a bit of glassware escaped, tho big mirror being split down the center cleanly, The clock vvat blown from the wall with the pictures, and all the furniture whs upset. Mr. lteisso ami tho bar keeper received their burns while endeavoring to cheek the flood of burning whisky that followed the explosions. The lot is estimated at not less than JINX). Tho building it but slightly damaged. It is ow ned by John K. Hell. Tho report of the affair caused great consternation in drinking circles, and a seientilie investigation under the nut-pice- s of the Steady Soakers' union No. 2 will soon follow. It is thought that if whisky will take fire by itself in a bar-rel it may play the same trick. Inside tho human stomach. gtonebaufer Rushes Through Restaurant a Mass aN Town p' Seething flames. lTCKSED LAMP EXPLODES. ; iu, a jjj, in Attendance Pronounce o iring Afternoon The I r I'fate of a Lovely Girl. njloiu'liaufcr of Oskaloosa, tj(, victim last night of a ui Ikl.'iit from the results of , 0w lies either dead '' ,, precarious condi-- : ivsiileiice of her brothor- - n.si'unlai), at 05 East Third t i' Mi9 Stonehaufer was I ..'"start for the opera house "'oivimr a light wrap over her ' tlic garment struck a large 0il' lamp hanging d it. Tho lamp fell i1( voiuig lady's shoulders, , her clothing with oil. In 'aim which followed her per-- ' immediately enveloped iu rim voting lady ran. frantically ,lCiiiiiing hall and turning iu 4 (lushed into and past the iyi were leaping from the 're the lamp had fallcu. She .,(,tk kitchen and to the rear ,.if flames. mJiei-i- law, Mr. Seaiilan, te-nth his wife, the seeoud Vorricr and Joe Audersou, a rsoiijrlit to hold tho girl until H could bo dono to extinguish but she broko from them, a only with great difficulty : succeeded in smothering the wing a piece of oil cloth that y lay at hand in 3rJ. Her arms, back, ut was one mass of burns foil attendance was called, suffered excruciating agony, less site bore up bravely. Ilor lvcrn dressed, aud she was bed wrapped in cotton bat-ni- l Mrs. Scanlau were painfully seriously burned about the The house where the accident iis called the Boston short order int. The lire department in an-ile cull was confused by three alarms, but the services of the v were not required, as the i!d not spread. letini of tiie'accideut rested as illy as could be expected in had unstained such serious day came her strength litiule seemed' to fail her, and atn onr this afternoon the four phyl-a attendance pronounced her Stwieliaufer was here on a visit, case is a peculiarly sad one, ; a bright, handsome youug of 17 years. The SullHil Has Consented. Bkkuv. June 27. The Sultan has consented to cede the Zanzibar coast to Germai-- . MISSIONAIllKS AM) MIOTdl NS. Inlet-ferin- l'reaehort Volitely licnuested to Make Themselves Kesri e. 2vkvv Oui.kans, La.. June 27. Re-ports have been current for .some time that some white men claiming to be from the north and styling themselves missionary preachers were in the parish living with the colored people on terms of social equality. They advised the colored people not to work for less thau $1 per too, and to allow the cotton to rot rather than to work for less. Tho planters refused to aeeeed, and in con-sequence promising lields of a few w eeks ago, through' lack of labor aud sur-plus of raiu, have turned grassy. The preachers came to Amity and have boen pursuing the. same course, holding night meetings in colored churches with armed guards at the door. A committee of young white men was ap-pointed to wait on tho preachers and peaceably urge them to stop interfering with the colored labor. Thoconimitteo visited the colored minister, where tho white preachers were stopping, ami while conversing with him a number of double-barrele- shotguns loaded with buckshot were tired at them by negroes. Four of tho committeo were wounded. The preachers have since left town. I'll K I.IIKAT MKIkt: KUTI.in. Illinois Central Knllnmd Mrlkurs .u IU. fc In Work. CllicAi.n, June 27 -- T he strike on tho Illinois Central railroad was settled this afternoon. The men go back to work on a compromise. They withdrew their demand for the dismissal of Di-vision Superintendent Uussell. and the company taken from him his power to hire and dUchargu men. Dr. Mivrcr Must (id. Wasiikmimn, .hum 27. Secretary Windom ha written a biter In the I'liited Slates appraiser at New York, enclosing a copy of the report of I lie committee appointed to luveMigutt) the charged against lr. F.dward Slu'ier and any lug: 'The department concur iu the conclusion of the committee mid votl are Instructed to relievo lr. Mieivr Immediately from charge of the sutsar laboratoryand assign another chemist to the duty vl polarizing uar at your port. IS THIS A SimlE'l A Local Licd "Company" Which AJrer tises Ttt It Will Give Away "Lota" Gratia. THE NAME OF SALT LAKE USED. . Bat The AJvertijmnt Does Not Sf Whether tho '"LoU" are Em Or la The Mvtfn. There It no reliable autboriiy f.r belieflh.it the intllciiitiui it hre, yet such must bo the ri either that or something else- - at the follow rz ail vr tiseinertt will hear testimony of; W HU AHfc lit r'. I.H'KT MNtBEt? A NOVr.l, A .rStVR MKT NOP Of .si'vi uiisiMi i;it. srn:. Commencing Moml.iv, Jui w willgUe away tfi tlnc.! hut any one sending us their full name and with 2c. for return postage. These. .it are 2",t.Vt feet, and w;Il be worth t'.WJ each in Ins than thr- - ji.irs. 'Mm present populate'!! of Salt Lake City is IJO.iNU, iu live year il wiit I the largest city between Chtcagu anl San Francisco. We mean business, tl if you want it wan.inly deed tt !pleii-tli- d lot, scud on yMir name l.t the Suit Lake View Addition company, ivlt Lake City. I'lah. This udverliscment h.vt In lh p!l few days shed lit lf.tmili eotlnlen ittcrt en the people of the '.t fS'tot the Chi-cag- i and I (in.tlia iMpfl It uttriit trd sumo attention when it reat lied flt l.aku Cil.V from tin eobitmit tif th Umah k lit e, an. I a lep.nt'r fl mt t buy lum If rich w ith a two fenltimp. 1 iist of nil, however. h m vd" a i ircint of real Cstiile itller to meerlam where Salt Lake View ntblilitm lay. In tM he w.it unsuccessful. lei'MxIy t. know when this land ef pmmiso Is. I inallv a still hul l wat made for th ofli co of lh Salt La1. View addition e.imp.inv. l'oslma.t.'r ll.irr.iti t-- t ed tit to' the Identity e! the philtnthro-phis- t who received' wail f r Ihatct nml give it at J. F.. Fin. aud tliu iitltce win re slteti beiirvoier.cn I practiced l room V In Iho Coiuiuereinl Savings batik tmiidliiif on Fat First South street. Doea he pet much mail!' thepi-mast- er wa asked, About I'tMi lei r a day." "I ifteeti biindn d ut 3 etit rh," mused the visiltT, "make.irt a day." I ho staitt of tint Lank hmlillnf weri thru t limbed and room B wa found In the tear. Two young men to hlit sleeves s.tt nMsile rsteh utltrr lnbl-triotisl-rtdiiressitit b tter. Th" tier wa strewn with envelope anl letters, and two small '" iu a etiriK-- r were v igoroi'.sly attacking about four UtM of e nv eiOH" ami opeuing tlsm. A IdtJe stand In one nut of the rtxun w as heat lid mountain Mgh w ith tmpt, Fv try thing had an air f buy m peniy.' It Mr. Fierce In!" th younf ma facing the d r vvat askctl. -- No," busily, "lie in noon?" "I 'annul tell. AuvHiing )ou wbh'" "I want to nk altotit th- - lota von aie giving away, Where ate they ?' i don't know." "What range and wetUm are they lo-cated In!" I don't know. They ar lomn Uul w av out of tow ii." , Have you tiny circular yo' ran glvn ut.; evpl tinitig Tour business ' "No sir. Von In Iter er.mt III atnl see Mr. J'i.'ree. He'll be here sl-- til I IV" A fftiini trip was made slmrilir after I, ami ihere wn at erne nianifl a cobluest of greeting. ). you want buy a t- t!" tint young man who had previously dono all tbn talking asked "Ve, if I can g' t it at a re..inabl price, t 'hiedv. I want to itiestiifie ' "Well, we ain't selling bti. We're giving lliein away." "Have you reeeiled aliv clrcuLiW .Vet thai- you fan give me npUiiitn the lliing' I saw an ,piem.tn brmgieif tip Minto w it It til.) Iialiie t.f t!je SU Lke Addition fontp.'iiiy on iImmi. Ifei On y n," indie il.ng heap f ciri itlars, ''Cui I list" one''" The yoniig toi hi'ttt.'Ucd a nmiiiaut. but the silent personal; who t il tt sit-- t biitl g tve iit - r.liitht Ii;.ite of Mm head ami the talker Kant in-- , he tf'e-'-'- d not. "I don't know w hat their m hemtt 1,' said a tii'-- w bi re 4 I li.e advertise-ment. There used tt l p'mt forimt-late- ii and t arried toil with pruiit to th in ii(iti!ttir In width lint titular lirst sibt be .11 a rem irkitbf. r .nibl.ui. e A man wii'iM get a I. 'I of land f mi lli. plain at l ''" ao ai re, ,l U it lulu si . or e.lil bits l the ere rd d-- i Verliw o gt e it aw;V- - the wiii-- r iwbtt resptitobd wat t"bt l.f e.renlaf j liial by tw iiititia for J. tv .ro ttt I" ti. il .! h wmtid I tivd out. Tli refMrdiiif; of a tel eirst. it( mMt II. .VI there wa In evurv irt.l aS te isi t f rot-- t in givhiit ar !"t. j The laud, of i o'i. u; wjuld l"i w.rtb-l.-s- , Ivtng simelim w.y f In thm I jiiititatis." I "Wintlt ver llii i.ftiie i. I th'.k it J Wi-- W' lt f"r t'.e iivuis if 'he ity have tie lltith kn."tt." gfti-- f -- tiuti said I i:e truth riMV and tit a i lint b' stttuii-e-- l IriiiM lt" pe Mif "f th" j .jriui f th' cmpaliy een bvr ; 'I ii. I iv rt:re.ii it..t. te wui ! I seeu that tu a!v t do- c.-- t ,vav ay'l'.iu2 abwit the property kfiiiK er l!t ititi H l Lindt, " Iheru r ea.et on reeofd of lh4ei ret .irtltr.J srheine beititf worked ia rioti clion of t.'olrto. One ne- - Sfetic person loeatud an addiiioa to Iienver furty mil away frorn lht city aad reaped au eimruiott profit. .kroa, Colo., reeeatly produced fraud of liks ehsra'-ter- , which wvt evpostd. JtESLXT OF TOO MUt'll TALK. Major Scott Spoilt Ilia Hope by Takiwg Too .Many Into His Conllileuoe. Ran Francisco, June' 27. Walter (I. Smith, governor-genera- l of tho organ-ized fililmstcrers, whoso attempted raW upon Lower California wat recently exposed has told the t'uli story of the movement. He says that an Koglisli col-onization company was at tho bottom of the scheme, which was. in fact, a revo-lutio- Major Scott, tho general man-ager of the colonization company, broached tho subject to Smith at San l)iego. Scott is a member of the h royal engineers. Smith said: "It it my opinion that it would have been a success had not Scott taken too many men into his coulidence. He talked too much." TUEKK'8 DEKP INDIGNATION. Displeased With Nationalists Gross Inat-tention to I'urliamentury Duties. Dublin, June 27. Special. There is more deep indignation in the country now against tho men who are styled Irish nationalists for their gross inattention to parliamentary duties, than there was even agaiust the liberal unionists when they deserted their party on tho home rule question and defeated Gladstono when he ap-pealed to the eouutiy. There is uo doubt, tluit l'arnell, owing to his pro-longed illness and his multitudinous law suits, lias lost that control' which he exercised a few years ago over his followers. There are discordant ele-ments in the Parnellile party, and it is known that Tarnell was forced to rule his followers with nn iron hand. The remissness of many of them in attend-ing parliament has been noticed for a long time, but tho vote of last week ou a clause of the licensing bill when their- - absence saved the government from defeat startled the country. The letter of Archbishop Walsh scoring the absentees, and the action of Newry which has served notice of ejectment on its representat-ive, Justin Huntley McCarthy, has aroused the country to a high state of excitement. The country has been very indulgent to some of the men whom it retains to represent it in par-liament, and it is quite probablo that at the lirst opportunity they will be re-lieved from their onerous duties. The I'amtma t'annl. I'aius, June 27 The committee aent to Panama to investigate the condition of the canal, made a further report 011 the prospect of the enterprise. The commit lee says the eonslrtiiiiou of tho canal at a calculated level would in-eu-py twenty year, and cost 1.".17,0hi,. OtHl francs, hi the opinion of the com-mittee the work could only be com-pleted on a basi of international agreement, or syndicate of states in-terested. i . - lil Funeral, - fcviu.E, Tex., Juno 27. Last liin tivelve-year-oh- l daughter, son of James Young, residing six miles east of this ffl to death. They took al can to the field to build a lire purpose of roastiug onions. The iras placed too near the lire, ioik'il, with the above result, with the ot her children was uracil, hut it is thought will re- - A MliilnK Town mi Vir: ClIKYr SM-:- . Wyo., June 27. le!all of the burning tlil morning of the town of Carbon, two hundred mile west of here havtt reached here. Twenty house were, destroyed, a also were the leading mereiiutit'' establishment of the town. No Uvea wi re lost, Say Site 'a From Horn. Hot Si'kings, Ark., Juno 27. Mrs. Sarah Vaughteu comes here from Phil-lips township, northeast of this city, with a sensational story to the effect that several days ago she was ordered by three men to leave her home, and tfie samo night her house and barn were burned. The lady reports that several attempts have been made to assassinate her; besides she claims to be the victim of moonshiners, who are afraid she knows and talks too much. Tho au-thorities have been apprised of tho af-fair. SA1 CASK OF I'ltfcTTV Al.ltK 1IHOWN. 1 l iltns Mho Wua Jtulneil by .In met II. f ish, or Ma ilno llsiik Notoriety. New Yoim, June 27. Alice llrown, of Sag Harbor, L.L, hopelessly insane, was taken by force to the asylum Wednesday for tho mentally incurable. It is the closing chapter iu the sad life of an unfortunate young w an. Light year ago she was an innocent type-writer in the otlico of Ja. 1). Fish, of Marine bank notoriety. Her father, Anson ltrowu, was conlidential beere-tar-for the lalo A. T. Stewart. She returned from the olllce one day very sick. She became a motherand charged her ruin on James 1). Fish. When Fish married hi present wife the girl went insane, and when lie was tinafly sent to Sing Sing for wrecking the Marino bank, she made a frenzied attempt to go with him, and, evading the watchful care of her friends, she succeeded iu boarding the steamer, but was caught and brought back. The babe died in '.'a infancy, and her hallu-cination changed, and she believed that she anil Fish were legally married. Within the past few day her has taken a violent turn, and today it became necessary, as (dated, to take her by fori to an asylum, out of which she w'ill ne'er come alive. Caused a NeiisMttoii. Chicago, June 27. A sensation wa caused here this afternoon by the tiling of a stipulation ditmissiiig the suit of Charlton against the Chicago tin trutl. It wit on (hi uit that Col. tieoroo It. David wan appointed receiver, and Iho dismissal of tho anil will end hi re-ceivership. Settled By Marriage. ' jnf. la., June 27. Willard Best (ilussburner, tho young wrested here Monday upon the 'tfrelalives in Canton, 111.,' were Mayor Craig, tho ceremony wfonned in the Supremo court toting Best's father telegraphed fnt to tho marriage, and after mony the mayor and city olli-wte- d them to a train bound for uwl forgiven mormnu tklkgkams condensed. "Spider" Kelley knocked lleuny Mur-phy of England out iu three rounds with two-ouue- o gloves at Centerport, L.I. A treaty was made with the l'olta-watouiic- They will receive their land in the Indiau territory iu severalty aud $20,000 in money. It is claimed that a new mining dis-trict, carrying 00 per cent of copper ami 30 in silver, has been opened thirty iniles east of Grand Junction, Col. The reichstag rejected all amend-ments to the army bill and .approved, 211 to 228, the first paragraph, which tixes the peace effective at 48(3,983 men until April, 1804. A man supposed to be Harry Hopes, a- - commercial traveler from Kansas City, after writing a spoony epistle to Liliio (lotf, a chorus girl, drowned him-self in East river, New York. a lloted Sioux chief, is lying dangerously wounded at Stand-ing Rock ageuey, having been stabbed by a jealous young sijuaw, whom he had deserted. It is thought he will die. The thermometer registered 98 in the shade in St. Louis yesterday. There were nine deaths and sixteen prostra-tions, some of them serious, caused by heat. Everybody is suffering more or less, aud there is much eickness among children. James Kerr, a prominent foundry-man- , while walking along the street with a non-unio- n moulder in San Fran-cisco, was assaulted by crowds of strikers. Finding that he was being worsted, Kerr drew his revolver aud fatally shot Edward Coogan. The Liverpool board of trade gave judgment in the matter of the accident to tho Anchor line steamer City of Rome, which ran on Fastnet rock. It finds that the accident was due to the failure of Captain Young to attend to the warnings of the lead. , The Cornell University crew scored a victory at London. Conn., by defeating the University of Pennsylvania crew by six lengths over a three-mil- e course 111 the fast time of 14:43. Pennsylvania time, 15:02. This fast time is largely due to the fact that a strong ebb tide was runniug with the crews. The Pelican and Ormonde clubs have each offered 1000 to prevent the Slavin-McAuliff- e match from collapsing. Lord Lonsdale offers an 800 purse and 100 expenses to McAuliffo to meet Slavin, the match to occur at a place as selected by Slavin's backers, and there is now ub chance for Slavin to get out of a meeting with McAuliile. McAiilitle will start training at once 011 Lord Lons-dale's estate. "' The articles of incorporation of the Mexican Northern railway company, with a capital of $:i.000,000, were tiled-i-the office of the secretary of state at lbany, N. Y. The railroad is to be constructed in Mexico, from a point on the Mexican Central railway to within liftecn miles northerly or southerly from Essaloner, in a northeasterly di-rection to the district of Arrojado. J he company will also open telegraph, tele-phone and steamboat lines. The first new United States cruiser Philadelphia, made her trial trip over a forty mile course laid out south of Long and Block islands. According to the given she has earned a speed figures and .f the nium of over $102,000,, estimates are correct she is eonsKler-abl- y faster than the Baltimore. O.i run she made a he northern two-hou- r trifle over the required nineteen kiiola On the southern trip she made Mv enty knots an hour, almost to the second. llenrcscutative Horsey of Nebraska committee ou ba nk.n from the house aud currency, reported a sitbsti ute for the incorporation of an in-ternational the bill for American bank. The sub-- , preserving all the esseu-- S fca?ures of the origina bill has with the object of maiu-Kn- " the largest and most thorough control of the corporation vv, hot. making government a party to 01 Sensible fir the business it may do. Harmony has been restored among the delegates to the national T P. A. at Denver, and the fXwiS officer, elected: President, Srge f. Mctlrew St. and treasurer, L. i. Lebeaunc, .1. tn-- George H. Iouis- tint R t h! New York; second JoJsoepUh Wa er ieen, Virginia; Thud nitional d rectors. J. C. at Little Kock, Ark. Vuilli llrerher Aeiilllltl. SKAI Il l., Wash., June tf7. Herbert F. licet her, son of the bile Henry Ward i'.eeeher. ha lieell aeipiilled ill the i 'nited Slate district court tut a clutrg of larcetiv, in abstracting looks from the records- of the custom house nt Foi l Tow list nd whilo colli. lor of custom. or in the Hands of a Boy. 'MS Neb., Juhe 27. Jerry Hitr-- . eyear-ol- lad, stole out with 'wi' revolver and, taking his 4- -l brother with him, went into 'to to shoot, birds. He shot 'to the left breast, between tho add ninth ribs, the ball coming llls back. Jerry walked home, '? ver tho barbed wire fence, 11 "us morning at 5 o'clock. A BIG LAND CASE. The Title to Over 800,000 Acre of Valua-ble Land Involved. Oxfokw, Miss., June 27. Special. Arguments are being made today in the federal court in the big land case of Ford & Levy of New York against the Delta & Pine laud company, and in tho case of the same plaintiffs against tho Louisville. New Orleans & Texas rail-road company. These cases have been peuding since February of last year. The suits directly involve the titles to over 200 000 acres of land situated in the Yazoo delta. The settlement of the many legal points by the supreme court of the United States where it will finally go for adjudication will be watched with great interest by all claimants of lands iii tho delta section under tax ti-tles of anv kind. The title of about 2300 000 "acres of delta lauds are atfected by the tpieslions in-volved in these suits. A large per cent of the lauds are claimed by the Delta ami Pine Land company, and by the Louisville, New Orleans & 1 exas railroad company, the defendant in these suits. The defendants claim under lax titles derived through sales to tne liquidating levee board and from the state under the acts of March 14. 18tt. and of March 2, l ord & Levy claim to derive title from the 1 111 ml States to themselves. Nearly all of the lands wera patented by the state from the United States under the act of con-gress of September 27, IWO. and was Mlbsequ. ntlv patented iroin the Mate under the act of March 1.1, Mi, "" under the act of 18.1. AuiilJtinl Hie Governor. Governor Thomas announce that he will appoint NIchiilasTrcweek n.t mem-ber of the lioard of illi of the D. crct Agricultural and Manufacturing society, tie" Cbarb- - Reed, resigned. Itlltt Major L. Ii Mrveiisoil of 'ifdeu H trustee of hi' reform school, tlcis W. C. Hall, resigned. OS 'C'HANGK. Today was the biggest day yet on the stock exchange. Tho bidding was lively and 211,500 shares changed hands. The sale of Malad Consolidated was re-markable and amounted to l.j.HoO shares. The bears made quite a run on it and forced the stock from 20 cents down to III cents. The bids and oilers were as follows: TOIMV'S CI.OKING OCTATION : rTiHWCALTrTsriwsiicAU. STOCKS. - - lt)1 XhiT irr.: iTsr riT . .. . iltt:::::::: ?, ' Is ' 5 $ a 1 YHKTHnt ....... t ; sJS 1 40 I H!.r';. v..r 3 J Kiintof West.. M ! ' Man.tnolh 4.'-- r 4 " Ontario.. ; IW Lime Cement 7 J Woodslde j TOIIAV'K SAI.f.S. Ai,pr :W)hares4Jl ai'ieent. Barnes..Sulphur-'- .'" jn.o " " ',',' ,',' , .,.. " If. " rr,,!,(.,n- t- .',:V',:D", MiilaUCon. ' .' i vii i . l Mint ' ' :t ;' j ., .,n - ' I ' .. J'l - - --il " ... " I ' Total ies. Iinwiirit l,y Her Hi al. Fit I l IK. June 27. l h Interna-tiolia- l Sunday School convention thi moiiiing decided that tint second World' and Mitenth triennial luti-n- i ! tional SuitdaV Setiool Coliveiitiona Ui held togetlter'in St. Louis In IWrU. Excursion Wreck. ::is,E. Kan., June 27. The !esr coaches of an excursion wing colored Masons from ',ut.v, on the Union Paeilic rail-J'l'li-tho track about eight 'st,of here yesterday morning, '"'into the ditch. About thirty ' received slight bruises and (f, and seven wero painfully but injured. THK I.OOIIY SIHHT GHOST. Mpeelre Like It A.ters In t iiimt i lion Willi llentlrlek Vlon.iiuriil. ( iMUANAfOMS, hid., Juno 27. The friends of the late t Hen-dricks naturally desire to have the un-veiling of his monument here net w eck attended by every expression of regard from nil classes of citizens. While Mr. Hendricks as a man wa highly es-teemed, the position he maintained during the war i very obnoxious, even at this day, to the loyal men mid soldier of that period. An effort to have a soldier' di-vision iu the parade attending the un-veiling has caused a great ileal of un-favorable comment. The purpose too to make the affair has ex-cited the ire of many who regard --Mr. Ileiidriek's view during the war as hat ing been atilagoiii-lii- ; to the liorlll aud in complete sympathy with lite south. Several olli. ' I "f the Indiana ! legion have also notified the governor ! that they will not take their companies rut in the parade. I hey do not w ih to disobey the governor (all, rather than turn out they ay they w ill reiign their position. I'alnier Oils III" I'lae. Chicago. June 27 F,v Senator Pai-nter. f Michigan. I liiiaiiiiimiHl.v elected president of th" IHIikii biaii exposition at mo ling f the lialioii.il rummis-iiu- i. and J. J. Dickinson, of Tex t- -, it I iry. frobalily HIlfi. Ere Thi. caii, Ky., June 27 Auotlier (i lcre .ist u!gllt nlui 011 charge of raping": white named Amanda Clark, under aances of )eculiar atrocity. The Mcurrcd on a shantyboat Jat a aisreputable portion of the '''"K w what is known as Dog- - j llefrrred It tt lrslie. WAMlt."Glo. June 27 The presj. dent rcueiied the dependent pcml .n bill from corigreftthi mor'iing and re-ferred it to the seciet uy of the Interior for examination and to report. LATLB. WfAHlXGTOX, Jun 27 Th presi-dent ha approved the dependent pen-aio-n bill. t hlcaso .Vlarkels. Chicago, Juim Wheal Quiet ; cash. K.;i;Jnly.5 C.tK.v-.Slea- dy; casli. 31; July. 3fS. Oats Steady; cash. 27J; July. 2.J. lUur.EV Quiet. l'oiiK Quiet; cash, 12..r0; July, Lakd Dull; casn, ; July. .V70. FIGHTIG tOK MILLION- - A Man Ky the Nanse of Cave tlnims Lar;e and I nboiiiitled Eslalr. LONlto.v, June 2- 7- Special. --An adjourned meeting of the erelitrs of Gladivin C. Cave was held in the bank-ruptcy court. Cave is the claimant of theHasop and other estates, of ibe es-timated value of S20.00U.Oi0. lne lia-bilities were returned at t70,M)0.and the awls nominal. A compronpe of two shillings and six pence in the pound was offered, but it appear.ncr the Jlebtor's claims to the estates were still i under the consideration of counsel, it being his intention to pay his lilcbisiu full in the event of his title to the property being established, the ex- - amination was again postponed. Slt"e His Wa, to Heaven. : June 27. Wm. Hoskin--siciei- u of this city, was thrown "eight train near'Plymouth last otn trying to steal a ride to ipM 8 Sl'uo 's seriously injured, ;aers thrown out of place, and all over the body. He f:tr? Brewer and llUtlller loulrtsd. Hf.TiM.HK. June 27. The grand jury i indicted ercrr urewer and distdi.-- r d th; city for a violation of-i- "high law" paid by fc la't legt.si.-- 1 turc. Kfscners St Ul at Work. ,.4!l- l'a., June 27. The rescuers , siipceeded in cutting their way ";.turm ruins at 'noon, but are 'f, to break through any mo- - 10frc is almost no hope that J are alive. - j A ROLLING HTDSB. j Kill a Mao Named llictn oo the piaa'a pk Grade. i Ma.vitgu Shking, Coio , June 27 A ! man nhose name i thought to be Hig-- ! gin was killed Wednesday evening ' m ar Artist's glen, ou the Pike's peak j railroad grade. He wasg ung tb.wu the moiiiitaiit for water to wet blaatiug pow der, w hen a rock weighinfc wveral Liindreil ponuds roiled tlowu upon him. His right shoulder and riba were crushed in. ! linger torn from the i left hand, and he was otherwise horri-iW-miililr. ietl. H.t wa doa. when f found. Coroner Marlow was sum-- i mom d aud the remains were taken to ! olorado spring'. IFzin. if such x ji j his name, weighed about lO Jxiuntls, ! w as spare fated and had dark complex-- i i.u aud hair. I Vessel Wrecked aad i'taplm lM. j J,o5lioY. Jut'" 27. Th' detft"! of tho gaie on Ihf S"U'll eo.--t thi week. I show that nine ve.s.-- I were wreeke.t j and many opie drow ne.l. New Tork Money and Stocks. ew YoitK, June 27. Noon. Stocks were active and strong at the highest price of the morning. ,Monev easv at 4ft. P, ir flvcr, '1.04. Fours, 122: Pacific 6 . 1.13: Central Pacific, IMF. Hurlinglon. 1.05:1). &K 1 17: Xoi-tlier- l'acihc, in; Preferred. Xlj: Xorthwe-ler- n, Fl") New York Central, l.W: Oregon N t.Oi;i:'Irinse.mliuerital, JilJ; I Mail. 44: l''k inland. !1J : .V. 'I.ii:s& San Francisco, If!; St. i aul & Omaha. H:.'J ; Tex a FacinV. 20 i ; L u.on ! Pacific, 4!; WellT argo fcxpres, 4'; Western Union, BttttlM iUpe aad ruotallaaa. WelU, Fargo & Co. report tins fuflew. biiHioa titiotjiioo-- . S.tver, II. W; lead, l.42. Receipt, ore. VcCoum:k to. . rni. k Co. report the following l.riHioa tjuotatiea: Saver. t.iH; lead, ft 4.'. Itccf.nts: II tnaner bullioa, " :.4V-- . stiver ami leader. I3,t0t; to-- T. K. JoSIE CO. T. It. Jour & Co. report receipt, sdver and !ad on--, bar. Six Handred and THirty Grailaates. Chicago, June have graduated this year from the pub-lic hiWi schools of the city CW pupil. These, with their friends, attended a this alter uoorr. at liienu v performance the auditorium. Add rvsses were de , bv the mavor, member of Hit board of education and others. IUak l learlncs. Todav' bk clrariug amounted to to fltl.'r.'it. h ' a'a'j.. l'. wenl ' l,y the Hemp Line. t Minn., June 27.--AI 3:30 ;"g in the county jail. William "a hanged for ih murder of k- - , Wiliiam Coombs and eveniber. .......