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LrEye On TheTimea . I ifc-fc- -' IHE SALT LAKE TTMES Tha Largest City Circulation ( . SALTt7aTvF. P,rTV tttatt wrnvpepy ,TTTT V N0.2K." Mr a i thai li Ji i lair and lovely brow 1, vil --""i w my most gracious bdy raiseil to the rank nf queenhood, I pro- nounce jm. Milima j , or tho "Your majesty, King Kev. U 1 mm-- plan, j yom. ri ht han, the loyal scepter I lie sv'mliol of Power ami obedience, ' thai u you wave it over the. lulls nf your can-yons, down the green trleus of your valleys and aeros.s the arid desert of your domain the thousands that now ow before you and recognize von as KinRkexIl may hierease a thousand fold until tins city aMhu gate of the kooky mountains shall grow u such extent that royalty must be active to keep pace with the development anion" von. B fjsttaillSLookin Wonder Upon '.te OoroBation of utOgden. jGBEAfDAY 01 GAIETY. lts iu Removing the Canvas , far More Noble Oauopy Joy Uncoufined, j1Iv o Staff correspon-'tiieI'oik- The city is full flunse do not understand 'jlometit that the consort of :a of the Hocky mountain jlonius is a maiden of such nflioiisas to materially ooeit-'jiitili- '. On the contrary, she blonde, whoso step is iliiu)f t ho dew, ami whoso n'iseueof grace. What is ,'ihat every Ogden citizen and is at this moment, 10:50 iilkin" about the gracious ! ti?h the archway and into the oitv l their king. I10w that the kiug has t is a hivo ot life, and brass bands 1' a welcome, to strainers from afar. 1 mountains inav be new to the peo-l'l- c from the j.rairie land, the ravines M ange to those from the south, but to all the glorious "Star Spangled Banner" is lanuliar. The mountains are clothed hi mists through which the homo awav oil somewhere appears borne on tho no es of the republic's song of jubilee. lho streets, too, aro more densely thronged today than upon anv preced-ing day. If it were not uneomfortablv warm anyway there might be an excuse for saying that thev are uneomfortablv packed. But then everybody bears the discomforts with a degree of good na-ture which marks all as lovaf subjects to the king of pleasure. The fakir is out in his glory. Demon children blossom from tenis at every corner; the man with the pale blue tapeworm exterminator is busy unliin-benn- g his jaw and the other attendants upon great crowds have worked their way in. Kvery other house has a lem-onade in front of it and the invitations in big fat Uomaii characters lo come in and get a cup of coffee like your mother used to make is freipicnt. The hand of the lord high chamberlain is seen in unexpected' places, too. One particu-lar warning is. couched in tho following terms: j IN" THK KING'S SKBV1CK. : UBl'AKTM LNT OF Til K .niui HUill C1IAMIIDU-- : lain. ; j liKWAltlO OF F1CKFOCKKTS! i Tho local papers announce that there is a reward for pickpockets, but as yet uo pickpocket has been heard of as coming in to claim it. The sleeping accommodations are as good as could be expected. Every house is a hotel, and it would be safe to take another view of an old war proverb which says every man is a host. Vacant rooms in business blocks have been provided with cots, and no-body need walk the streets for lack of quarters, unless it bo tho two quarters which go to make up a half dollar. An enterprising citizen has laid out an en-tire village of tents iu Lester park, and all the glory of camping out, together with the low, passionate snoring of the fat man from l'rovo in the next tent, is to be found here. The trees, tho grasses and the touts make up a very pleasant combination. "lour majesty. I also desire to pre-sen- t this badge or royally, the scepter of the queen, wilii that coiilidence woman inspires in ail undertakings and tho devotion she entertains toward her liege, so that, when your royal consort calls upon you for advice 'he will find you ready ami willing. "And this standard, most noble King, I oiler, that you may plant it on the highest peaks of the Kooky mountains and say" Al this juncture a cowbov. unable to longer restrain himself, cried a mighty " hooray!" For a moment Col. Behah was caught, but it was for a moment only. " Yes. and cry hooray and hooray again, so that as that hooray descends the mountain side and through the great canyons, gathering force and strength as it rushes with the velocity of tho winds across tho deserts, the cotton picker, resting from his labors, the sugar cutter, the rice gatherer in our glorious southland may hear it and know it for the echo from its king's farther domains. This is the only Hag of royalty wo shall ever permit to bo planted on the shores of the great American continent. "And now my task is accomplished. We have journeyed far from the lands where birds forever sing, and flowers bloom for aye, from the land of the sunny south. Accomplishing his pur-pose King Kex I. bids you as his royal cousin to observe that'true royalty will always find respect and esteem if ad-ministered solely for pleasure. The king has commanded that certain favors be bestowed on three whom he thinks deserving." And in concluding, the chamberlain made the royal appoint-ments, presenting the insignia of otlice to the favored: His majetty' conferred upon Governor Thomas a decoration and the title of "The Duke of Utah." Mayor Keisel and Mrs. Keisel were created grand duke and duchess of the sunny south, and were called to the foot of the throne to receive their deco-rations. jo carnival ball. Description 4 at that adjective. While irfcols unite certain that Ilex iiseu the loveliest maid in all be his helpmeet iu the car-,- , entite and full observ ance jth impels lho statement that .nous jusl what lief face and ct her smile, for face and ie w ere cloaked when her sub-ien- d around her for the first nM, and at the foot of tho jlliu caruival palace, declared (fiance in voeifer&us. tones, is beautiful, you nitty rest t. Such a haud ami such a re not created to be crowned tof lesser beauty, the king ami hi3 consort and vaml his princess entered the ball last uight to attend the aa, which was to. precede the dance, there yero no eyes lluwed their movements with jterest than those of the cow-So- l the inakebelieves, you un-J- . who for the time left oiliee t behind and, garbed in the re of the herdsman, appeared ate the season of pleasure not but the bronzed and weather children of the plain, whose roam ranges greater than the jsof lesser potentates than the Bex. These were out in force i clothes, They thronged the ;Joor and pushed about in an manner, enjoying an ex- -' new ' to them and m! at the same timo t new galluses looked to the n. There were fifty of them, rj man of the outfit was a loyal of the royal couple. ;fhe evening shadows fell and SALT LAKE'S SOLDIERY. The Drill Last Night the Talk of the Town. The talk of the town in retrospect is the excellent drilling last night of the Louisiana rilles and the Donhalter rilles of Salt Lake. Tho latter body divided houors in a manner quite satisfactory to themselves and Salt Lakers with the men from the Crescent city. Today the cowboy again took his knife and with it opened the day. Ten iu the morning was tho timo set for starting in on the lasso practice nnd ex-hibition of expert horsemanship, butlhe dissipations attendant upon the crown-- i ing of the lirst queou held the boys over an hour or so into the day, and it was 11:30 before the boys finally got away iu the tournament. The course had been provided with a seating capacity of many and many thousands, but this was nearly all occupied when the tirst of the leather-leggii- i crew dashed down the course aud began proceedings. The exhibition was purely one of cowboy daring and skill, and was such a one as few of the visitors and not a great many of tho natives had ever before seen. King jousting was nothing to it. There are among the boys here many riders whose skill and expertness have given them a wide reputation, and well did they acquit themselves. This afternoon's exercises consisted of laying the corner stoue of the Utah Wesfeyan university For tho time there was a feeling i little deeper than that of simple pleasure. Tho exercises were quite, impressive. The royal tournament iu which the twelve knights previously chosen par-ticipated closed the daylight exercises. The knights of the round table were not in it with tho knights of Netherlands, Hatfield, Mountains, Plains, Monte Cristo. San Juan, 15ek Hara. Malgnyn. Kirk Walls, Pocalello, W asatch and Aztecs. . . The prize for the winning knight is the privilege of crowning the queen at the tournament ball and heading the march. At o'clock this evening tho lo'urmiment ball will open and thn second night of tho glory of Rex will be instituted. AN AUt OK SKCKKCY. 'The Time" Emissary Acciirdcd a Glunie at the lieaiiliea. The air of secrecy which surrounds the carnival is almost impenetrable, but a page from the court, who, like Echo talked freely, fell in the way of Thk '1'ijies and conducted its repre-sentative through the looking glass to the land beyond. The result of the visit was a glimpse at the beauties of the coming carniv al. The Kli"lf! "'as quite enough, however, for are such as to repay one for whatever loss of sleep he may sustain in scarcli-ini- r for tluviu. There are live of the tableaux, all ' built oil a scale of grandeur Dot oven attempted in the home of Hex I. The floats are larger than those of any other carnival procession, nnd there, some who doubt ho are fears among i,ower of Rex lo forestall accidents that hev mav be even a little too heavy. The first tableau represents Rex, the king, seated on a magnificent: throne under a canopv w hose brilliancy o poing vies with those, of Harouii A Raichid The subjects of the good kiutr 1'ow in acknowledgement before him and the sceptre of his power bears evidence waving over them of his sway aud his benignity alike This float is M by M feet in ai?!eenlRegina. the consort of the new Kinc holds sway from the second float. Her maidsof honor surround her throne , wh o is second only to that of her The golden crown of roval spou-- . Men us eleanw from her head and on ere side are evidences of the love of her devoted subjects. XI , , tableau of agrieulture follows. the. horses of he horse powerful as ;,in is the central figure and around t hi, arc gathered cereal and other in keeping with the idea V Ah the King of the wlx.ys look down i; lappings of his class who conduct his ' i oon the cowboys Ante-lop-e and other represent-- ; fions of the wild life participated in by in appropr.a c e wwboy.-in-grm.pe.- l sinking tab-- j This, a very loau. Mr. Willis G. Emerson was created "Eagle Orator of the Far West," deco-rated and the title "Duke of Waehita" conferred upon him. Colonel Harvey was called to the foot of tho throno and created "Duke of Ogden." Dr. W, H. Harvey received tho spec-ial commendation of the king, through Buekhiirst. and was decorated and cre-ated "Duke of Orleans." Ho was called upon by the throng for a speech, and delivered one of ins characteristic, graceful acknowledgements. Col. A. C. Fiske of Denver was doco-orate- d aud created - 'Duke of Denver." THE CHAMBERLAIN TALKS. When He linMhed (he Cowboys' Saluted The King. At the conclusion of these exercises the chamberlain continued m a little general talk on various live subjects among them free silver. When he had done the cowbojs asked leave to appeal-befor-the King. Ihey marched in solemn array under the leadership of George," whose real name is "Chicago F K.Kingslcy. As they n eared .the throne involuntarily each cowboy right cowboy hat. 'GenLlen.cn." said Chicago George m leggms and J'!? w,,en(U "halt." The gentle- - '"..thenameofthe United States I honor von, Mr- - Kex. as lung ot the cwaival," add "W-- who emcd a struck. It was the cue. A bUs age the roar rose which went even beyond skv. It was like this: '" i !!!!!! " Ami every cowboy acknowledged his K A?tWis dance, came the cowboy auemir t iing picture for the visit-?- s The floor vvas filled with cowboys "flashy attire, and gir s m ca boo L it called up the days of Pov-erty Flat, v hen that heroine told of how she rniimltotlietiineor one li.lilK', ot vis-a-- s went down ttie winder, e once AwK mn who shot Sandy MclH. iWeXoniex, and the bail was closed. WHAT THE OIEEN-- WOKE. and M.I ot of the King The Attire Honor. The aueen was attended by two loitvteler maids of bono,. .she wore girls as Barbed with crushed stiawncr y beautiful m? S,mans?uD? ta inall and . q'uisitely formed, h loJe Uel she wore m her bea . haud and arm. blonde with an exquisite costume m- - ThJa attire n which be had stead of the held cowu calKr S"bff original appear- - dressed in of honor were bUe'latin with gol en girdles. ' Se7r fuU ire's aitd the array about THorsASiw r v.siTORs. hear lho..nda oMwtOjnthool SSrS-t- h, sweep l:ml the memories of the weary lige from the southern home of I arch weary, saving as to its behind memories of lluuitiet, memories of cvery-laiiif- ! tho opening cf an era of iy, the cowboys with their lathered in the carnival palace I mi: the only king to whom they lever subject themselves. The liopy of heaven studded by winking, blinking stars I Mm lo look over the ramparts, I'lioti the array, was the only I . such as was typical of the I' the king whose power extends I nib up, up to the land of the Iwl moves along the milky way I land beyond the looking I The banquet was now a I the past. Everybody rcniem-- the banquet bad sped how r1 tempting viands of the royal I had proven insuflicont lo cause I'll prince to raise his wit; how Iw'sel had welcomed and thrice t'llhe party; how the Louisi-I's- , lit conduct for royally, had 'wl tho throng about tlio ban-I'- hy their military evolutions; I l followed loasl, and how the I "i pleasure was recognized as liiniie supreme. .For the had occurred at 0 o'clock I 'Wu'tug, and O! what a grand I nous all'air it was. The ball had I cd with the skins and hides punals upon whose ilesh the I'M dined, and other novel fea-rw- e up a banquet such as no fof the Hex family will proba-l-j- i witness. tfi this was of the past. The the cowboy's. Ho gathered r'umlral strong in tho great car-l!l?l- l. where, as evening pro-I'iat-o night, he looked with upon thu evolutions of r'lf'ana rifles, and his loud II' rang from floor to ceiling, ruling was tho sky. f'A ,4N THK KOV.tr, 1AKTY. j"s Tlir.nvn Open nnd Tlicy Ap- - pvared. I'0 clock there was a commotion j'Uraiicu and the whisper that I I royal partv wore coming ,,t0 a murmur and the. murmur f"- Aud iu a moment the gates open wide and he appear-r1- ' die splendid trappings of his ,V'e lord high chamberlain "' and Hex II followed ou the I wlurielliehan of New Orleans. rCe1 with her maid's of honor "others of the coronation suite 3 the numerically small but I;? array. Down through the I; J inarched and up to the throne l..e Ivit)g. tho prince and thn r5 took seats on three great La,,1suud geutlemeii attending I'., ! crescent symbol of the city l'thplace and the chamberlain IVto the front and made his .k- - He sa;d: subjects of the realm, it now ?m.v pleasant task in the name ? sovereign, Kex I. of New ' to raise ia the ranks of royalty ''i!1 the roval household your and "to create him the 't- - of the Kocky Mouutain and master has bid me to ..giuzing the progress and de-i'- o of ",rt great, and glorious ,'l lal 't is a land whose throne ,,'J ny king to sit r.pon. and for 'wse have we journeyed long "place the crown upon the THAT MfOOTlNO Arr'AlK. A Statement by Policemen O'ltelirT and l'oole and Mr. Anderson. Polioeuiou OTtcilcy nod Toole, who have licon charged with rvcklcsly shooting nt n man mimed (iillespio. called at 'J'llK TlMKS ittliee today and made thn following statement iu regard to tho affair: On Sunday night, after 12 o'clock, while in tho'viciiiity of Second South and Fifth West slree'ls, they lie.ird some one cry out as if for aiitauoo and they next heard a shot, at about a block dis-tant, near Third South and Fourth West. They hurried there, ami found a mail named Anderson and two young limn, who said that. Anderson had been hold up mot robbed, and that the rob-bers had gone down Fourth WiM 'Km two policemen .started after I hem, and when they had gone about four rods they discovered a man standing in tho shadow of a tree. They called on him In throw up his hands, and jut as they did a shot ue tired, but Ihey could nut tell where it came from. Tho bullet, however, passed near tho policemen. Tho man man in the shade dodged aiming the I rets, and the ollicers again culled on him to hull and throw up his hands. Ho paid no attention to ihein, however, hut dadicd across the street. The two oHioots thou lired two shots each into the air. The fugitive disappeared ho hind the residence of Charles 1'aikcr, and noon boiiis; NiimmAned to come out he did so. "1 have no iron on me, and you can search me," said the man. lie w as searched ami no w eapon w as found on him. After somo talk the man, w ho Have his name as (iillespio, was per-mit led (0 ((11. Anderson, Hit: man who wan held up, also called at TtiK Timhs. otlice and the statement, of the police-men. Anderson was robbed by two men, who got about $11. He states that tho ollieers, buforr shooting, repeat-edly called upon (iillespio to halt and throw up his liands. (iillespio, who Is employed lit tho Sierra Nevada lumber yards, has made a complaint against the policemen upon their own demand, an they wish a lull investigation. KKFEKEK ( I.KVtLAMI OVKKItl l.fcll. .lu.l.-- t oirS. U Ail do liu Kasayand ttuda t or the Other Side. New Yui;k, July 2. Siiico Growr Cleveland has bos a practicing law iu William street his professional npcar-ance- s before tho puldio have been wholly in tho capacity of referee in suits of law. His decision iu tho case of l'helps against Vcuuer was tele-graphed over tho country at consider-able length. In (ieorge 1?. l'helps conlraoted with Clarvneo H. Venner, a stock broker, to sell 100 bonds of a certain railroad at not less than ttO. Mr. You-nor- , aeeordiiur to Mr. Phelps, got tho price reduced to tiTJ. and the very next day sold scvetitv-tiv- e of the bonds al 00. The re.s.;-ii- o exchanged for other bonds, and be paid Mr. Phelps 1171 for tho lot. Mr. l'helps sued for tho difference, the whole amount with interest being $;!0,000. Mr. Venner' a defence was that he did not sell the bonds on com-mission its a broker, but bought them outright at tiTJ. Mr. Cleveland tiled his report at Utiea and Walorlown on November last, lie found for Mr. l'helps on every question of fact involved, llo refused to allow Mr. Vernier lo retain any com-missions, because, ho said, Mr. Vernier had violated his duties as agent of the plaintiff. Ho discussed tho duties of stockbrokers toward their clients at groat length and with groat wisdom, and found evidences of Mr. Vernier's intent to cheat and defraud Mr. l'helps. The press despatch which carried tins, news to a waiting world, added: "If t'iis report is to stand as law- - on this fuse, brokers can hereafter bo held to tho strictest fidelity to their clients." Therefore, of course, they couldn't have been. Judge Coxe of tho United States Cir-cuit Court, hitting at Ctiea, set aside Mr. Cleveland's report yesterday. Mr. Vernier's couuscl, Mr. Meb'illo Kj;les-ton- , got tho news by telegram. Tho ordor setting asido the report exoner-ates Mr. Von nor from any charge or imputation of fraud or of violation of duty as an agent of Mr. l'helps, and al-lows Mr. Venner his comuiissiou, which Keferoo Cleveland denied him. I'liuri) rilOIIRKSlNG. The Live Town Fast Assuming Metropolis Uo Aim and Pusaiug Right to the Front. MANY PSOJECTED IMPROVEMENTS, A Street Railroad Service Aisunsd Eioo trie Lights and W.terworks Aa Enjoyable Concert. l'lt'it". l"tah. July 2 (Smt'uI 1'roYo's cilUen will soon Imi enjoying the metropolitan con tenienoes of a street mi I load scrvioM, its Wm. lrobesl. the imperiiltciidoiit, loll for tho cast ) e.Mordiiy to purcb.v the rolling stock. When h retnrtis. tho lino will bo so far eomplolnd that it will be opened for ti atlie. It is due Mr. 1'ridM'st lo say that if it were not for his tireless rffort in behalf of this t nter-pris-and his urging our ritutm t take hold of it. wo would not now be so near a realization of soniethiiii that a year ago w only dated dream of as something vary re-mote, Hut the titrdeu City is now so rapidly In material pros-perity, that it is not only convenience but a necessity. It is now euoutially a 1'rovo institution, as all effort looking towards iut"i(tiug Salt mI rapa.vl resulted in failure, and our own peopto thou took hold of It and carried it on to a successful termination. The track Is now laid from the fovt of J street to it Intersection with Seventh, and on Seventh beyond the crowing of (he Hto (Irr.ndo and I'. 1'. railroad ami is now i.oing rapidly built lo Thorn win & Drake's bathing resort, i.n Hi lUtidv beach of I'tah Lak. A motor has been recently received from Ogdea. w hero wo were also l obtain cars, but on account ot tn cnruitai tney count not bo "pared. Somo step have taken with a view to opening thi lino to the public on July 2Uh with quite lniKMdng public ceremonle. vt jwr.n woiiKS. An ordinance, wa made by th etv council recently, authorising lho city lo enter Into a eouir.iot with a company tn supply u with water. Such a contract w as 'made last Friday night Iwtweeit Provo and Wieher Jnnrt of Salt Laku for furnishing an adequate water to this eitv Thi contract I a mont than usually fair ono. a It reaorvn lho right In tho city council to 11 qulubl raiea, etc. The noiiree. of lho water will be, tho l'rovo river near tho uiouth of thn canyon, giving a preasuro of about l.'il) pound. W ichor Jone and Judga Power, hi attorney, were In the eily yenlerdny settling detail and winding up the al threads. Thn estimated coat of the works is alHiut tioo.ono. All of the pip for the. work will ba manufactured at home by Duvey & Sundhurg, of the Sua foundry, n.Errntc lioiit rouraar. Pole have now bwn ptarad ready fop lho stretching of tlm wire, on J atnwt. from Firt to Ninth, and on Seventh Btroot from K to L treets, and on E from Fifth lo Ninth, which compn all the business part of lho city. Tbi Provo F.lcctrin Light company arw doing ihi work, the plant for which I located lit tho woolen mill, and it i the Intention of the company, lu a nliort timo, lo InoorjKirato the euter-pris- o with that of tha Prnfo woolen mill Seventeen arc light will furnished for illiiminaling tha city. Heed Suioot U lho suiierintendeol of thi work, w hieh ha all been douo na-iler hi directing eyo. A DKI-lilll- I. kNTCKTAiaMtXT. Last night Virgil A. Pinklev. an emi-nent elocutionist, gavo an entertain-ment al thn opera houne of a raried programme, of Jame Whitcomb Ril-ey' poems and other work, omnprU-lu- g tragic, comic ami wniinieuul. lb was nikied by Mi Lillian RoherUof this city, who ha but recently returned from a' two year' eoiirwi of tudy at tho Cincinnati coneervatory of uiuaie. (In her return nhe. wa tendered a com-plimentary concert Jiwt Saturday, which waa very largely atttednd and a lii't geiierou reception ac-corded her. lu that concert aud thn t number which ho gar laat night, Mis Hubert demons! rated thl her studio had been wonderfully beoe-lici- al to her in amoothing ff th rough corner of her voice and in im-proving It In many waj. ller vol.it l a me..o eoprano ot considerable; power, good coiiipa and inoet eaeol-len- t quality. Indeed, therw are many profewdoual, and auuvemful one, to-- j, who have not eo much natural qimlili-ratio- n a he. hrr Vuutli, the short tune of her tudie and lack of experience in iiigmg florid atyui of mimic in public, b r lecuiquu U luM surprising. . She i not yet at Imuie or easy behinil the foot light and thi limidura make hi: r at lack. i met i in'- - faulty, but thi limy l remedied bv an bu reau) v( per-oti-euiilideiiie. Mi llobwrt l tha daughter of Wm. D llolairUnf thi city and l'rovo l very proud id her. After ,.-- r vacation. will return to 1,'inclB-lia- tt and reum.t her ludic for on ear more. whrl it It thought h Wilt 'adopt the oper.'Uio t.gn. Should iht in her tiido a'n oioro in epreioD. Kvmpaiby and prn.il (am aud aban-don, "he houid win u:et and public! (nor, in that very bard profession personally he l young, pretty, aud of good tisuro and ba a (rtm splendid voire a a foumlatioa on whic li to build a pier of musical architecture JUST A MHF HOPE Pennsylvania Democrats Hope to Win Because a Kicking Republican Bolt. i CLANS ARE GATHERING TODAY. Celebrating the Tonuding of a Town-Survi- ving Veterans Dedicate a Monument, SCUASTON--, I'a., July 2. Special. Tho democrats from all over the state came thronging into Serautou today to attend the slate convention. The dem-ocrats of this city in full uniform, with music and lings wore out to receive them. With cheers nud shouts tho vis-itors were taken to headquarters w here they were welcomed to the usual hos-pitalities. The democrats aro jubilant over tho boll of Wharton ISarker from the republican party on account of tho nomination of Senator Dclamaler for governor. There aro but really two aspirants for the democratic, nomina-tion in tho Held PuUisou and Wallace The Wallace men aro endeavoring to neutralize tho ell'uct of Barker's revolt beeause ho declared in tho American that ho w ould support l'altisou if nom-inated. They infer from this thai he will not support Wallae should ho bo the choice of the com volition and couseipiently they aro endeavoring'to convinco tho delegates that ho is, in their own Jangnago, "only a kicker,"' ami not entitled to consideration. The leaders arc of tho opinion that if l'nttisou is not nomina-ted that the republicans will roll up the usual majority for thoir candidate, xho speech of tho chairman, although not a brilliant effort, was greeted with rap-turous applause, especially when ho mentioned tho name of Grover Cleve-land, and held out hopo of victory iu November. The platform denounced the McKinloy bill and doelamt for tnr-il- f reform, as outlined by the national democratic conveniiou. ...in A NEW l OI II ITAL t'AKTV. It Will II Burn In th tW ot Michigan Thla Month. CltlCAdO, Julv 3. A new political party will be born In Michigan at a convention to be held July 111. It will bo lho queerest amalgamation Over een in a slate famous for Its political oddi-ties. The call for the organization Just issued Includes Knights of Labor, Farmer.' Alliance, Patron of Industry, Natioinillstclulmnnd every organization which will agree to the following declaration of principles: Abolition of national bank ami the mibatllutlon of legnl tender treasury notes, the aboli-tion nf hoard of trade gambling, the free and unlimited coinage of nilver, no alien ownership of land, governmental ownership and control of mean of transportation and communication, suppression of monopjlies and trusts, a undiluted income tax, and government fonus t the people. There aro enough chronically dlssat-islie- d elements iu the state to make the 'new party daugeroua to Loth old parties. MM). ALLEN'S MISSIM1 111 SUA NO. Kb Tliought lllm Ioal, Married Again, and Kow Hear ot lllm. SwiiNGKELD, Mass., July 'J. A strangn experience has been that of Mrs. George T. Allen, who, thirl v years ago, young, pretty, and happily blessed with worldly goods, was married amid much ceremony. For years her husband continued In tlie drug business hern, and finally moved down east. Several children were born to tho happy couulo as the years Wont by. About twelve years ago Allen mysteriously disap-peared, no ono knows whitlier. lie started away one morning on a busi-ness trip, and wa never again soeu by his family. Seven years went by, years freighted wit h much unhappiness for the deserted wife and her little family. Finally, giving him up as dead, she married an aged but wealthy man. Life w ent hap-pily uu until a few days ago, when lho woman was startled by receiving a let-ter from a Taunton asylum that her long-los- t husband wan lliore Inaitue. He had lost all knowledge of his therea-bouts, and his wanderings, a blank to himself, will probably never be known. Thn woman has left her sec-ond husband, pending proceeding for a divorce, which she has Instituted against the husband whom all these years she thought dead. PAINTISU TIIK OLD TOWN. Down Kunters are DlalrlbuttiiR Vermillion In lliu ketsfull Thla Day. 11 A VF.iuiiLL, Mass., July 2. Spe-cial. J Tho 2501 h anniversary of the founding of this town Is being cele-brated with much pomp and ceremo-nial. Prominent men from all parts of the state are present, and there aro also many distinguished visitors from adjacent states. The exerei.se opened with a civic and military parade, after which a number of speeches wero de-livered. A letter was read from Presi-dent Harrison, regretting his inability to attend as it would have afforded him, much pleasure to visit Haverhill, as it was from the vicinity of that town his ancestoi-- emigrated to .'ha'e.t. Haverhill has had tho distinction of en-tertaining Washington as its guest. THERE HI Ml ( It HtrrrKBINO. Immediate Keller Needed far Widow ami Orphani. Dl NliAK. l'eiin., July 2. Thn work of smothering the lire in Hill Farm mine has commenced. The mine can-not bo llooded. Tho liKiuest over the bodies of thn two men brought out of the slope began on Monday. What I most needed now Is relief for lho twenty-on- widow and aeveiity seven orphans of tho victims. Thero is much Niiffoting. DRINKING 'ALK AND 'ALF TODAY. London I'ontaiie Htamp Dlafl'giirer li ar 'Avlnga Merry Time. - London, July 2. Spooial. Tliis is a general holiday in lho postotlico by the command of tho postmaster-genera- l who took this action on tho suggestion of tho queen, so as to give tho employes an opportunity to attend lho celebra-tion of tho jubilee of uniform penny postago which was held at the South Kensington museum. Tho queen natur-ally takes considerable interest in the glorilication of the penny postago w Inch has been so conspicuous a feature of her reign, and sbo has become a patron of the Sir Rowland Hill benevolent fund, Itr I lUSIIIMi t'OOl, WAVE. The Hwelterln- - Popular) of Large title Afforded Flra.aut llrllef. Cincinnati, July 2. Thn tempera-ture moderated fast night and U alill lower today than at this liinn yester-day. The accumulated effect of the previous hot weather, rather than tho heat of that day. caused nearly twenty prostrations from heat yeiterdny, and four deaths. Ciiicai Julv 2The long promised cool wave has arrived, bringing relief to the sweltering inhabitants. At b thi morning the thermometer registered (W degrees, a drop of nearly 20 degree since yesterday. A MI01ITY 1ILNTKR IS MAINE. lie II Klaln Hundred or Hear aud Other (num. KAMioit. July 2. Tho town of Wes-ley, Washington county, s to bo a favorite resort for all kinds of game, being especially noted for tho great number of deer ami bears killed w ithin its borders, and so it is not slrango that its male population includes many mighty hunters. Chief among these is an old fellow known as Uncle Gideon, who has slain no fewer than 225 bears since ho tirst took up his residence near Wesley Corner, twenty-liv- year ago. Uncle Gideon keeps tally of all thn bears he kills now but says he has no account of lhoe ho slaughtered prev-ious to JHlia. This silting ho lias pith-ere- In three, an old she bear and her two cubs. Most, of (ho Wcslcyan go bear hunting when they have nothing else to do, nud as continued heavy rains gave fanning n great set back this spring, they have improved tlm oppor-tunity to scciiih lho furry crop that grows in all weathers. The low n treas-urer has paid a good many bounties on bears during the past, month, and sev-eral of tlm hunter huvc made, quite a pot in lho business, for, beside the bounty of W, a bear skin is worth from $15 to'lW. Property of World Wide I'ame. Sr. Lous. July 2. Special. j The members of the merchants exchange aro holding a hotly contested election todav to decide upon the purchase of the old Planters House for $:IOO,0()0 for a site for a new exchange. Tho propo-sition will probably receive a majority of the votes although the minority a stubborn light. Tho price asked For tho property now is SiiO.OUO less than the amount demanded last November. On a Much Smaller Heale. London, July 2. Special. This year's maneuvers, which are lixed for next week, are to lie du a somewhat Miialler scale than formerly. Fewer ships will bo engaged, but as usual these will be divided into squadrons. A new feature will bo the comparatively large proportion of small new craft. The fleet is short 200 lieutenants to bring it up lo war strength. Sal. I II Mad Killed Man. MkihoIiI". Wis.. July 2 Joseph Kramer gave liini-e- lf up to thn author-ities, saying he had killed n t ranger w ho tw ice shot at him oil the road lo town. Thn authorities went to tint scene of the encounter and found blood on tho ground, but Ihe man had disap-peared. Kramer had I wo bullet hole through bis coat. He say he don't know anv reason for the at ranger' action The latter asked him if ho wa from Sheboygan before liring. A I'olltiealand nt lentllle Trip. LlsnoN, July 2. -- Special A political and noieiililie expedition to Mo.am-biiiu- e tailed from !h! oily today, nnd will disembark nt Quilllmanc. Carvalaiio and Kiliero, formerly of the Portiifese cabinet, accompanied tho expedition, Hll.t KK IIOI.I.AHS. Olllclat Comparative Nlatement ltegarilln Their Coinage. W'AMMSfi-ros- July 3. -- The director of the mint has prepared a comparative statement iu regard lo tho purchase and coinage of silver, from w hich lho following lignres are taken: The amount of silver purchased under the last administration (that is, from March 1, 181-5- , lo March i, 1H!,) was :.! n worth, an average of 2,(M I.O'.MJ worth per monlli. The number of sil-ver dollars coined was I2.M7.4'. or an average of 2,(W.,li.i, per month. During thu fifteen months of President Ilan-ihoti'- s administration the amount of silver pureliaod has been 12.702, ;i22, an average of $.'.1M.N21 worth per mouth, and thu number of silver dollar coined has been .',42,77rt, or uu aver-age of 3,02H,C.-- 2 per month. Since the present director of the mint look charge of the purchase and coinage of silver (that i. from OotoUr I, W.t, to June 1. 1 1:90 1, the number of silver dollar coined wa 2",iis1.61, or a monthly average of 3,2l,077. The H.Mnea .Ue In. ClM.iSM.WI, July hn sliiking carpenter have agreed ! tetiini in work, for Ihe boisc are willing to it'ive ton hours pay br nine homi work after July 11. ( Ihi: IVKt iii'-- unemployed 1'W w ill be able to oU till W oik. ON 'CH ANUK. Todav was rather a quiet day on the exchange. The attendance was good, but the bidding was rather dull. 'Ihe sales amounted to (i.iiOO shares, 'lho bids and offers were as follow: TODAY'S OI,oPIN!UI'TATIONKJ - I pI "S r. S O 8to;KS. :r s I ...... am a r. s m r. A Hi irice g en 4 1 If" I w SKi'iVphar u; n nut :c r'rr.WHTit .... s mver:::: 5? i?; M ; S:: MhimCoo 4p g .S J 4 Xunh-raKp- 2 . . l m 43fl 4(l 4K" T's.&aiio::: ? franOHCo ,:. WoWile. . .yj: ' TOIMT SAI.KS. Mi vUianre-rj.O- 'i. J no Apex 30' i :eil. .1 u Unmes Sulphur- -! I'J cent. crefti eDl Total, shares. It All lepol. Jul)' 2 -- fSpei'ial - Tho ae- - fonching of the dm-- of Sparta. m- - terof Kmperor William. iieprrted lo tak plaoo this month. Jf the child is a son, the k'.ug of Greer will abdicate in favor of the duke of hparia Will H'lp ta Make Soew. Pobtlaxu, Me.. Joly Atlantic qiiadron In ob-di- to the orders of the nat depail .in n!, ar-rived today to participate in the n of the Fourth. tttm BJlv.r tuadarea. WiSnrvoTOJf. Jul? 2 Thn confer on the silver bill ad journed t mr to-morrow. The hnuw eonft-re- bronghl to the meeting a cop of thi bill a tl pjw.i thai Ixnty, and till formed th liaiifr)rwhU!erdiiMroioa tank place, Tfjfl greater jxiriion of th tint M nt in irtneral talk upon ill aubject a there tva no detlulte proponitioo be. (ore them. Thn conference wa iatu factory in iU tune and leodencj. Mailed lor r.nj l.nd. New Yoiik. July Th liev. 'J bomiwC. Hall, of Chicago, nailed today for England. He will mnut lour of wven week through i.reat Britain and Ciormany. WAT HI JIAME cH.isoen. A tirqn rltlrM Who Wanted Irlh foicooaieB. Sr. Lot I, 5lu, July 2.-- of Ihe most peculiar ea-- s which hai ljeu Ik fore tlie court here in year occurred, when Maximilian Kdward Spar-a- a (iei man only a few month from the old country, asked to have his name, c hanged. Sparsain can scarcely apeak English and bis (ierman dialet U very rich. It can tasily bo imagined that a ! great laugh wa caused in court when I he asked Judge Dillon to change, hi name lo McHotev. because his friend ! were joking him about hi own uame, i which, when translated, signifie mg-- i gardlin-Th- judge threw aside hi !d '.gnity for the moment aud nald he ' kiipixed Sparsam realized that he could not get on the police force with his (Jermaii nan:"., i be choe an Jriehcog-- i uoiiieii. l.iaii fjamsc tiam ViEaa-A- , July 2 Terrimc rain have fallen in the interior of Antna. ami ercat damaa-- 'a l.n ioue by th-- J eiornis. e.p.-c:a!!- in upper AtMtna. Sew York Mnr and Stock. New Yokk, July 2. Noon. Stocks dull, ralher heavy. Money, letf 7. P.ar silver, ll.dt. Four-- , eonpon.1.21 ! ; Pacific C's. l.!3; Central Pao:lie,:i:i,; HurUngton.l.07J: l. & It. li-- . 1H; Noitheni Pacilic, t; preferred wt; North we.-ter- 11 U; New York Central, 1; Oregon Navi-gation 1 (;'J"ranM-on- l mental, i'n: Ma':!, P."ck Irfiuis & San Franeiaco. 84.; St Pai.l oi Omaha. :2; T xas Pacilic. 2!! ; I Mt; Wells Fargo F. press, 40, Western Union, M Ho H aa la Baa) B.nlam Hooptitirowii. IIU July a.W. P. llen-- e i the mayor of thu city. Ua waonf the mot rabid prohibttion-- i ist in the stale and wa elected mayor on the prohibition ticket. Mayor Plere wa taken I" Springfield oa a warrant ,,ni out by I'nited Hute ortlcui rhtrging h.m 'with ellin. lienor with-out t licee-- e. ller.-e- - baRgiri larger in eational proh!bhifa cABveatttn. , One llor Tk"a Vlmn. j S;rri K. J'dr 2 The lu-t- s by lxt j night' tire 4 ,' '