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M5THESALT LAKE - TIMES. SlSgr. ' " : 0L. - ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FPJD.W OCTOBER 10. tt. ' piRtiR.iiiiT.j' lis PrssiAsat A raw at Si J acd a' i Sterna by w latliasiaata J l Pjpnlace, j ES XjflW THE CITT3 313 TO ST. Cajs Tiit An Sot to be Eespisei Eswati7'i Jaiai to tad Wast. j Atchtsov, K.iB.,Oit, 111 Th presi-ee- nt arose r!y thia morning, asd when St. J iseph was approaohei he and his party had only time to hisu'y taite a cup of Ijefont entering th city. At the anion depot a ro,me a.- crowd was assembled, eutupictiotta la the assemblage wis th Custer post of j the grand army of the republic, which, I drawn up in line, made a piissugit way I ' for the president and acted as escort uaul ca neighboring hotel waa reai-he- when the public reeept.oa was held. As th president and Secretary Trscy ! appear-- d on the balcony in front of th ' hotel. Colonel A. C. Dawes, gimeral j passenger agent of the Hanmbul and t Sc. Joseph railroad. Introduced them ia i a short speech, which was received with chers by the cowd j The president thanked the ernwd for iis cordial welcome. In th court of' his remarks he said. "Many jean ajo I read of St. Jowph. t kaow mm thing of iu history. When iastea.1 of beiu a raiiroitd city it was a pla: for outritting those slow and toilsome trains th-i- t born the early pioneers, toward California and the far west. Those days wer days not to be despised. Those means of cmr.iuunieaiioa were slow, hat they bore men ami women full of courage and patience to do for as on the Pacific coas t, aad ia th great west the work of peaceful eonquest that has added no greatly to th glory and prosperity of our country. "W are her a American cuuens, nut .is partisans. W are here a com r uis of the late war. or If them b those who fought under the other 6a-ne- r for what teemed to them right wa are here to say to one aad all that Cod knew what was best for th.s coun-try when h east the issa ia faor of the onioo aad eonstUut'.oa." Ap-plause. At th eouciusiott of the president's remarks, the party returned to th ro-tunda of th d pot, where the president shook hands with, th crowd a they filed through. , At T 30 o'clock the tr-ti- pulled oit f St. Joseph amid the chwringof th crowd, and th rua to Athsoo was made without incident beyond th cheers of the crowds at th depots as the train went by. Atchison was reached at S sV5. A Urge crowd bad as-sembled. 0 ?Tr'?: if. CwAH. Spraaht mt It Mw faM a- fwat Ammmm FTwt. ftn, Nh... Oct. ! -- Ipcarfa. i w:,;cl ther ha n crasioaal a.t for tb pvd tans month, has been on thai iucrea lately, and i spreading !a the acrthera and aorth- - wnin part of lis a'ty. . a t eoa-.- i !crii aliam. Althing th mortality baa tt.rt Si lar;. m tain of a psa:8 .ta uoni eh.!i!r ami parents, and a a eo8wvinew th seimol ast9laae in th WaUfoa affected ha f iben tiff very rapuCy. la Walnut Kill schnnt. ont of a httal miuneat of 2 pup. is. tar i now an l a: tend anc at only IMi. A utm.'ar de-crease has taken pi; in ether ehfw.a i ia that part of ti!n cy. On principal cans of th i rl of th ebsaas t i thought .i be tit faiit that ornp&nui f ; house ia which there are raws ta:t ' th wtr lin placard taokati up by order et the ;t hk..a. THE SUMMITQF pKE--s PAK. Tl1" Iaa"nm BPla... Will r.rmit WaShinoTOS. Oot. 3ob 10. -S- ecretary haa repik.lt, a let: ec from the comimaionar of the general land tfic ?fTZt a p'iat fiied fey th Maaitou aniPke'Pealtr;iilway comoaay aa-dert- he riat q act of M;trch, 3, 18. ). which Hho .vs a sIectioa of ia purposes at the summit of Pike's Pc-al- t. lUe cnmrninmoner'a letter refer to the fact of the approval bjr the de-partment on March 10th laat, of a plat ih.e.1 by the company and embracing a tract of ttve acre at the aame point se-lected for station purposed. The com-missioner's letter alao directs attention to the fact that on Annat iOth last the department lieclined to approve a piat pied by the aame company and cover- - m.? a selection of two acres,, on the ground that it wa4 not deemed wise to sanction the o.'cuoancv by a pri- vate corporation of the summit of thi prominent Deaic to toe exclusion of t:ie publ- ic. The secretary av he !oes not winsiuent mcirabent upon him to sup-plement his views as expressed in tr.e letter of Anitnst as jrrouuils for de-clia-to approve this piat. It i.i ret-urned approved, conpLt with the di-rection that Mr. VTeir. the custodian of the reservation at Pike" peak, be in-structed to notify the representative of the company that any encroachment by them beyond the tract of acres already secured to it will not be tolerated by tii department. Vi,V!2flf CP FATHER MATTHEW. PatLADEUPSTA, Oefc t. p5ia!. -- Tae Catii.iiic s.cieoesof this city h.ui a 'denwnstratioa to.i.ty ia honor of th centennial anairenary o? Fiitiicr Hit-thw- , the yreat Irish tei;?traae fvo eat. Areubisluip Eyaa who daCvBretl tiie oration, sketched ita a master h.:..i the Ufa and aat?r of Ui Iriaii friar. FiUier Matthew wis bora ia Tbo:natown. Tip-pera-ecuaty, IreUad. October 10th. irjt). ami died in X"6. II wm year of age when he bejtaa hia grat temper-ance work. Hi-ui- ( truTeied thronah Ireland administering the pleil, he visited his feUo.vooatryniea in Eii-iaa-and afterward cam t.. America Hta iaiiir3 her aaionj hii owa T.wt are not forgotten. Th fonii of th pievte partook of th relions and was accompanieii by the prsMnttiao of a medal to which tho utainst reverenon was attached by the recipient. So eim-plet- e was the revolution in tiie habits of the Trish in Frelaad that nearly all the distilleries and breweries in the coun-try had to retire from busines. Amonif the suiTurura from this great moral revolution, the members of Father Matthew's own family, who were estensiveiy enjupid iu the distill-ing trade, were some at the mtrliestand most sera rely visited. Ia his deeiiniuif yr the aoveraraent granted him an annual pension of it.'SiMl, in aokrtowl-edjiemen- S of his eminent public ser-vices. The Caihiilic temperance socie-ties of this country r uaw endeavor-ing to rais a fund of $.W.0i)(), with which to endow chair in the Catholic university of America, in honor of the jrreat apostle of temperance. In the parade in this citvtHlav, it Is estimated that there were boys in line. The celebration will ciwieiml with a ban-quet tonight. iliLlSS amor Carrent Tlat O'Briea and Dillon Have Sailed for the United States. EEEEE3T ET TTPPEIAIT. r0 Abandoned Tieir Defeme and Tlieir Soil Will be Paid by the JTitkmal Leagua Other Sawa. Iratnr,. Oct, 10. The case against Jrien and Dillon, charged with ia-3- 2 the tenants not to pay rents, was ,i n called' this morninff. Jfeitlier of lefeudants were present. Both are mhers of the committee appointi d at meeting of the committee of Irish iiinalists in Dublia to visit America the purpose of soliciting aid for the iunalmt cause. A rumor Ls current t they have forfeited their bail of pounds each on the conspiracy p. and that they sailed yesterday iii Queenstown for the United States. I ich excitement prevailed in Tippe-- when it became known that Dillon O'Brien had abandoned their de--e and left that place. Confirmation, ha rumor that they have left the aim' has been received. There is riinnrmatioQ, however, to the report t they sailed from Queensland yes-i.;- y for the United States. The thn far received shows that c did cot leave by the ordinary nneis of passage. Their bail will be beateil and be paid by the national pie. the request of counsel for the ivn court a certificate of c jv:w attached to the Bail bonds of ni and O'Brien. An adjournment then taken to enable the crown to Miler what steps should be taken, rants ha'.--e boon, issued, for the wt of the missing nationalists. BALFOUR AT IBLE i Separt Tiat Lord Zetland ia DimtisSed and Waata ta Kaiga aa Saon . as Poasi'ale. 13 CJLT A CA3TIZ miSSZZAS. j Ovarahadowed by Balfour, Ha ia Only Heard nf Whea Ea Ha'da a Levea Other Special Items. DrBT.rs Oct. 10. Special. Secre-tary Balfour arrived hers from London this momin-- r and proceeded without escort of any kind to the castle, where he held a long conference with the lord lientennnt. It is reported that Lord Zetland who came to Ireland with the object In view of achieving a repu-- : tatioa as a statesman is very much dis-satisfied with his position, and contem-plates resigning just as soon as he can do so without embarrassing the govern-ment. He is overshadowed by Bal-f;- and unlike his predecease rs is but little knova ia the country. When E:irl Spencer presided at the castle the chief secretary was but little heard of. His principal business was to attempt to answer in parliament the knotty questions flung at him night after nishc by the Pameilites. The re-lations of the parties now holding these positions are entirely reversed. Lord Zetland is never heard of etcept when he holds a levee at the castle, while the name of Baifour ia known all over the world. Although Balfour enjoys this notori-ety, there are indications that he feels keenly the crir.icism of the tory press on his course, toward Dillon and O Brien, and that the attack of John Morley on him on account of the brutal police outrage at Tipperary has ant added to his peace ij mind. The indignation aroused in England by the discourteous treatment of Morley by the police in Ireland and his narrow escape from be-ing clubbed has not vet subsided. Alfred IHir.gworth is still hTe watch-ing events ami his presence is very em-barrassing to the authorities. Ke is a man of great iaauence ia the liberal party and he proposers to ring the changes on the condition of atfairs in this country on English platforms during the winter. The announce-ment made today by the political organ of the castle, that the govern-ment intends to bring in an Irish local government bill at the next session is believed to have been inspired by Balfour,, and is taken to mean that it will be a proposition to substitute county boards, that shall be partly elec-tive and partly appointed bytheemwa, for the present grand juries, wn:ch now rule the Irish counties ia the interest of the landlords. THi MlSSiSS:051! CCSTiTUTtC ctw fWiMta to :k HkpulilM C Jifwn, M ,t , Ovt. If). Tb emit.i- - tiuioa.ai i.savn;';.ia adoffd th fellow- - J ing nb!t;tu fin" the much l hm"1 e.tion of M.?. JUnjiaoa uut;tuf rt port ft.vrt. TYif ?:' h tl 9 iwr "HiMii fltmi, wtll.'H .ft l iJR!' M Tfcrt ie i u &h a -- i a n c.m ft irhp t ilH I ftli"M 0 itl t:.fi. HiU tr t imt ia tMMiri tt!H,t.nK t inMutAin flia unmnum ; t t.HH i.ni.4tf!tti,i tmrm Aiv Kmism. ftt ,'ti. in 'Hr Ah wn t,f 4"iS rii. in f.ttrt in pf'H" fiio iv wit. .n 'iK tm!rn In .u',li ..umv M. ot 'imrf j Mptur u- -. .iirrt mf v nTB i j m io ui;ta Bit mmi 4 rrj", n4 m- -t niriJMi t. w taiUiiMm tiir rinmm ri U numr tun &)an sh NiT,t.itlinl f hiif m.milt. V m'tpiMm 'H,it m.i n.t J im iimi ii.ntf iltrt ftrt iiiHintv 4n.l .ml in SMf'o.ir?., n f J M trt,i;ni. ll i.li-- Ainnrdaitf ft. ,iai . 6a ni' nlr.l by tila mrm mi ilai.ta j nf mlitfct'!ti, f IND1CNANT MORMONS. Th Elder d not LiSca Rotfora K.gg ami rathrs. LoNTJOTf, Oct. ilormona are traveling a harsh and cruel road, while it seems to lead to no green or pleasant pastures. There have been expressions against them in various) parts of the tight little island. Th elders who were stoned and clubbed out of Siierbourne,. Dorsetshire, ladt Friday, ha' e Issued a stirrins appeal to their friends to assist them in prosecut-ing the "ruffians" who treated them with such marked indignation as ropn and tar and feathers. If these zealous gentlemen show themselves again in that county they will be given nitioli roagher treatment. Meanwhile the oc-currence, which was stirred np by thu Methodists especially, is receivio uist.a attention from the Church, of Englanu ministers, atal the Mormon revival meetings will be sqnelcnml ia the future. It is understood that thfs archbishop of Canterbury has ordered the facts concerning Mormon "converted" emi grants gathered, and that the matter be laid before the house or lords when parliament reassembles. THEY CECISC C)MST CANC. Ta Caaanlauanam ml Faaai Wimluaa ' .14l Ida Hayaat mt IH I L. t MiisiAPotits, f t. Id Th AmrJ-- ! caa hoard of eommiiwioaers for furaiga miasioii this mornitiir Usumed t t.t rvpi.it of th eimim-ttei- t of tinr,,' a m organisation. Thiseommittea has bma at work for tlira r-- trying to (Tt at the opinion th Coagregional churches at larg as to whether a changm in firm of la hoard's orjani-la- i ion m as to mak itmoredemocratiei and fepreseutativ I aliabl. Th committee, while admitting that Us f forts in thisd.ractina ar omw(it reeommeods tliat ao changn be made. This was adopted NO CASTEfiS IN THAT SCHOOL. Dr. Hliry V Kaa th Tanc Laitta In Hr caarirn .If'int W f,M Stutp.a.lars, OswRiio, Jf. T..Oct 10. The e.t'--t has bet-- n issued, and by it th young lady students of the Oswego State Nor-ma! school are forbidden to wear gar-ters, or at least th historic style of garter roade famous by Fdward III of England, who ia 1h) created the "Order of the Garter.," reeogniaed to this day as the first knightly order of Enland. Kiaif and queens, and the tit.ed women of rovaity may, if they wish, continue to wear t i old styU but Dr. Mary V. Lee will se to it that the young ladies who-atten- her elaase iu physical culture ia our normal mdmual wear their hosiery suspemied by side elastics attached to aa uedergarmeat at the waist or by eoa at all. Dr. Lee says the old style., whetner worn ab'e or below the knee, hinders free circula-tion, prevents development, and is in jurious to the ladies. Dr. Lee first made war npon the corset an t tight lacing, then she gave ner attention to the high hel shoes worn by the young lady students. The first mentioned garments were supplanted by snug g wai.its. and now a pupilof th nor-mal can be told by her shoes. ILICTIGN OF- - INTERNAL REVENUE. i tiuw Law not to- Itaaiilt la m Dunreasa in ttia 2Ftluilr of Dmcr'fits. ruHWJTO;. Oct. t(). The opera-- i if the internal revenue sections of new tariff law is a subject of consid-hi- e interest at thii- treasury depart-nt.- . Internal Eevenue Cora.iiiasion.er nn stated that the reduction in rev-:- n caused by th cutting of the to-c- n tax from 8c to 8c per pound will l imit .14,000,000. aad the reduction ped by the abolition of the special es will amount to rci. The total revenue eollect- - hy the bureau: will not fall short of what . it reached, t ha fiscal year, w hici was nearl y 1(10,01)0. Wen? it not for the new it is probable this revenue would enin up during the current fiscal r.m li.lO.nOO.OOO.. The present cost milection is about 2.9 per cent of the Dunt collected. This percentage will halily not be materially altered. A ement has been published that the r law will result in a decrease of the nher of internal revenue districts jnghont the cruntry. This, the com-moner says, is an error. There will is many collectors of internal reve--s as before. The- abolition of the t:al taxer however,, may cause a til reduction of the clerical force, h in the collectors' offices and in Ellington.. A Ckll Mataaa'a 4fl Crlata. SicD.t.tA, Mo. tht. 10 A firl ap-parently about H years f . wht wa tramping through th enantry and carrying a Jarg bsai!. aimiped th resldtftiie of Chart Ukcfc, a Uaier. living naar this city, last night, and asked to be allowed to stay "vr aight. Her request was (fTaoted. and sh was furnished with njpr. of which h ate ravenously, as though ah had hvl nothing for suveral diy. la the oight she got ap went out of dr, and gave birth to an iafant. Mi polled the eruid it hea.1 off ami threw It n th Ktround, and thraw th bexfy ia a fhickita eoeip. This morning !) wts la gwat pa.n, and elaimd tit ha th cull, but visit to th backyard of th house disidoa-- il th troth. Th irt gives hr nm as Martha Stan!ey, and says her hom is In Cafcrville, M.. !h says her mHher ts Mrs. Mursua Crtwf.-ird- . and that she lives ia Carter ville. Th g rl lays ! walked hr from Csrterv.lle. a"nt that sli was en her way to relatives in "aiin county. f I A Fliia T.9 r.ta ST Sjsmt on ti ! C-- j f tii t7r u l EELAT3 53? T9 IE T31I1ATI , A Cm ef l?.,"ZZ rau:?e!ri Ar.se Eifurs tia TTalial Cumuissitfsrt. Ft was IivjKt f-- ' th' mefi'aij tSat whea J.idg an opnd eoeirt li,m li.iRe .!y rrtntempt aittir, whfm saa) defeadaas ieaarje.f w.t . ln mer;-- s if th Wymaa h.'B.tl !a ih pfusoni: of a juror would fc r orenad aad a ehapfr n-- on th 4tty that th w.ideyd Baag!er of IA mother t.m-i- ti ta Ul'hmb& and to th einirt. Ffura the hiataat sowts ik awnm t. kn.w th arft. si on Uii bfr-- sf has hewn almiud to say lijht wSatevr, th enart has air4 rmid.TaM asnoysac. to ronch ia f: that when il a?tnti.M wss caiit tit ti prwsn'Ot effn, Ja.lg 2Ua. shakiaf h fcear-h- Sucks, erd.ny at'rl th ht aad the pact4t,irs that hi tatstiMi la lnfra-ti.ica- this eharctr w to p-- th ewit hro pft'.. the nmiir then lha th Nrpnon wa tt be biutnd to th bull la K sai!y" anatomy a?ctd a larg t.rabf (f visifrs a.t .te.! paaentiy trsat.n. K.iua!?j ae?r a .war and th idl mitt away tt. that fnrV. oow !!k ia th ry of a tropicaf n lb defendant u thus .as ia not th ooiy gotim for whom th eottrs ha prprl th keaa-biad- wrf tLs rcniaraS wdl fill vwdently on a aumfcar f noaitr rld til fcubita at til fi.Wif l do w; wun th &oir dit rrt U jfv hi thu th?tr aadivnted t!Ua-liof-l. Th ewnrt was in a ' Wtur ag" ml n ?,. a fvt tii.t w iitrayt w deiavs fcrgii b Jtrtipcgat. nd pmiUMf tfl tleavr id t. aatfuti ftafia aU kn bar wrist rli. asHs - llait.-- ; rti w r tar trial want it ad..rsuwl that thary must b tneif at that Unit er if ant tla will h pasaed tt Is t aa.L Ti tini at til eoiitt eaaan h ocrid to iloiay and f rwem-w-i- aid tm mo a raty tit :.id by ta mi With this admuaifiiitt ait th tipTs' annonn. anieot laat on Stflf m,imrit( ta trial esldr aanottacfld. tha he; bg-i- a to frjid at.a on dry cii'.l mttrv C. r mli''ar C.raawrita opt ! .14 y w.Jh a dora Uat i rrM4rf iaaa," th only eamt evmmit on fcelns; that of H .hep.viov wV I ebaryd with Hyd 4 t', with ia ittt-,aat- . Th i wuiiwtinn a fat U niug when Jt4f F. lt appvarad fer th defa and lonkingr ova bis uld r.bh"J pi-t- U a to r.b np th eompiaiau ( a d mnrrar Thi eo ip wa amd l stierawfid termittatli.B. th pr was dispharg-- d, r.. wa gmptnf in way fnm th But'dinf fur prae'ticaily bliad whan aa Sr agaia ia.'l hand on h.m and h" was ar rested in a ehrg of larrany a .;. Th' BKirniof tli dfod nt aad his -- tortjay appeared feafiHT tha) mffiiftiia i.t.iar ag-u- aad applied frr a chaag of un, whrupa It u sent bffor CoianitonT Thf aa paiketi faamr In jMiepardnfln's trifcalatiotta. iat Mtara! yxt ra lnw.bl gl has bn fobbing k.t nf v sigSt until at prwtam u I iwp ' h to dttsng!nt a ehjec aaydi. sutrJ years ago h --nt to Cisiora4.j aad . tfi la miaia la a bntd aad fprl way. H uparasiiss r fortOJiite, wra shoa il hno.trf of ftthan, and ia ih varaa. of hm fm(ttir is want iwik It aTrrv hi iii. irasu hi sight hg " krs antU at U a tint h it traawt aa kind ef bwia. Tr fa. a in.i.r.g U is to b a9d tfcat tm i an M asoaerat hiouwd en tai raau;a. it isroafist innc. Oaeala tha TtWa a aJa taA Orf mj Kaaartlae Wataaa, I Jinfg A hi read d I fisioa that wul aaarebM UnpoWaat i bauix ' th f'tf on ta! j,j(. last tha std to land UR dry hy to i rapasa.on of waiars ta tpr,ug !. i Th opii 4arnf frin 3 ess of I William Bwt i 11 P fotaoaaui mkieh ' th Ltad ng-So..;!- e'.d by H.i I Snriags ia was ia disgat. "Ft enrirt j fiads t.iat th liad en ki-- pU.a-..- rrwttd h.s he wis at p'shtie aa-- 1 B'it cpan T.ry . ihaf th Uad wv I aoclewd on thrsw a Jtnsw and on aiif--a by th Uk- - tht F-- ; was in prxwawioa ft !h laad fr 'r tm jr. that Vm l k thr i a.-- now aad hj fr & yara ! wr in fa 'tt U t hortfta-- g an avd tt dedial lliamsefc is th 8'fr. "sa f,. f So t on .d I; Siat aid i. w- - i.ft-r-4 Sy a aia.v dr Ua aaad J lif g ata-i- tt at a nw el it pthljc ry ; V--t ss Un.i ' on h.a pija-afi- inc la right 1 ment j adr ytontujusm W'.thih : Biatadar 'in af -t vd iota t ( m4 Cut a Uad wia-- h pUiaft 1 ' aTrt4 d & o.0 vt ! w to--t .vt dry ty t- - j wa ra.td u pmsrmnmom nf I aa l defendant Fni ta f s3a vd ths pUir.a aa 1 1 ; lm .iaat aifaaa rBd if. that fefa?--y ta aat.ra tMPMana at la is w L ml wh wn aw ly ral :! and ra-aa- of ta ws vta U1 ' w lata im . a kiis bnis 4rr : in mt u It Cm Jt was rwiMuit f mm tad! dl land for panCHTOf; " tat if rtM ..a 4 liTM wi lsl to attOSB Ot Mad i Iwiod .hkmmC nt tmiaM tt ' Mirtttyn ta annaatn nf !s am -- TSai rwaa-s- m r as t m mmmntM at afc laaft a ka tlll i LARGEST TREE IN THE WORLD. In California, and Rita a DSamntar of Vtrrty thru Faefc. FBZ.ssro, fal Oct.. 10. The; largest cree in the world has just been discov-ered in Fresno county, beating by all odds the wonder nf Calaveras. Frank Loomis, an old mountaineer, with, .a party, was hunting bears in the Sierras east of Centerville, and wounded a birg fellow In the most rugged portion of the range. Ia pursuing bim they were forced to nse axes and knives throncrh the underbrush, and they unexpectedly came npon the king of the forests. In spanning it a rope 14U feet and 5 inches long was required, and its diameter was found to be over forty-thre- e feet. The great tree was christened "Los Orejano." The truthfulness of the story Ls vouched for by the fact that three-brow-bears were brousrb.fi back, one weighing 5(i0 pounds. CHARGED WITH EMSE2FLEWENT- - Damuaratla Es rlty Traasnara mt Kama Clrv Amatad. KsAsCrnr, Mo.. Oct. 10. William Peake. the democratic es city treasurer of Kansas City, was arrested this even-ing and arra.gnert before Judge White. T'.ie case was eontiaued for want of time to try it. He gave bond for ifMOO. Peake is charged with emiiezlemcnt of the eity funds while in office. The father matthevw centennial Hnmtrillh annivaraury nt rh Birth af th Catlioii apoarl of Temparaac. Couit. Oct. 10. SpeciaL The cen-tennial anniversary of the birth of Father Matthew was observed very generally throughout the country today,, but now here in so marked a manner as in this city. The early masses at ;th Capuchin church, which the apostlsof temperance heft uncompleted at his death, were largely attended by pious worshipers, who afterwards took part in the similar exercises in his honor,. Barely has there been witnessed in Ireiamt a more interesting demonstration. The pea-santry from the suiroundinfr country came into the city bearing flags and headed by brass bands discoursing pat-riotic airs. The procession was the largest seen here sine the days of O'ConneU. It was headed by the mayor, who wore his full robes of offisa ami who was ac-companied by tha members of the council. There were also many of the nationalist mem hers of parliament pres-es- t. After traversing the principal streets the procession halted at th i er Mather monument, where tae great multitude was addressed by the bishop of the diocese. Father Mathew's church will be completed this year. A member of the Capuchin order who had ben collecting funds in America for the church has Just returned, and the work of dniiiiing tha edifice will be re- - snmeil at once. TH Wlalli.ia ASjamrm. PrrTsara, On t. U Th doe! tea-lio- n of th iroa and steal institute was called to order this morning and nnm-t- a of papers read after which it ad jouraed. A COMMON PRIZE FIGHT. rln anrt HoAuliflTa Committed for Trial bjr tha Xagtatrats. hsdot, Oct. 10. The case of Frank r:a and Joe McAuliHe, the pugilists r?id with taking; part in the recent t at the Ormond club, eame op in Lambeth police court today. The ft committed them for trial for en-'n- g ia a common prize tight. .Waxlaaaa H.l.lm f wa Kdltora. Soriatts, Aria.. Oct. tV Meaicati residents of th capital of Arizona bava petitioned Gov. Corral of Honors, to liberate Bemat and Aguirie, th No-gal-editors now ia prison la sonora fur ueing strong language against th Mexican ffivennnent in their paper, t.l Monitor. The governor replied that h had nothing to ilo w'uh the eat-- , thia tiie matter reats entirely with the courts. Tins means that the imnris-one- d aditort wiil remain ia jail at least antil after state eleeiotw ia April next, and s Uing r, DIED FROM NEGLECT. Ran Over By a Hack and Tliem ti-f- t With-out Cars. ToraaA,. Kan., Oct. 10. John Butler of this city went to Kansas City last Thursday to witness the Priest of Pallas parade. He started for home and as from the street car at the depot he was run over by the hack of a drunken driver, the hack pole striking him in the breast and the wheels pass-ing over his body.. He was picked np and placed in an empty building nnr the depot by some bystanders and lett there alone. As he did not retnru home his Wends went to Kansas City on Fri-day in search of him, and found him where he had been laid. He remained thore twenty-fou- r hours without any attention from the authorities. He was brought to his home in this city and died today from the effects of h injuries. Chaatlue Iha lira tm4. Chief Staaton nf th fir department has aet out this seaaon with the deter. mination to cheat th SaUm iadr sit j of iw usnal eiriy winter carnival, aad to tha: ! i evarlookm aothmg In which a Same might erigiaar without i nafenean raun Ftir a month ar nnf hehasbeeil running Sar hiniaaf.ep with sort tt fel'ut agility, and 4rtnf that periwl has thrnsr hi r.oe lata ral huni'.rad fines, a Urg ouroher of which threat, a at any nnsment t eon-d.ie- -t th Crm nnd t a f itamg ia rod ttr wall. Tasterdav km bagtn fcis crj-u'.- arinat merrh.in's wBo at or inSam-a- ct and enmHnstlhl m.i'-r- d in th and awd W i'iiam Lang-to-as a tartar, la aii.iil.o to Wi. ther is a h.g afoea, ef "r"Uar;Br' warrant that will b wnrad in J,rnr time. If is detemiiBed to di bin W'irk falthftily a4 vigi'an'fy an long a he i at the b!w. a-- th tnhabetant of sals Lake wiil ettead bim vry Tlia Battlaflelds irrmtosfD, Va. Oct. 10. Thismorn-th- e Corate de Paris and party left Horseback for a visit to the battle-'i- s nf Mechacicsville, Gaines Mills, il Harbor and Seven Pines. Sta.laaC JafOata. Cn.wp.iiis, IU., 0;t. IU Quit a sensation has (wan ereated by th th Champaign eirauty grand birr, which Ls now in session in l.'rtxin. ia fndicting eight yonnpj men for Illegal voting in th bat spring aleetiott. Ail ' war ia attendance at th L'nirersity of j j liiinois at the time they ,ted. aad are i at prvseat. encaptmg two who gndu- - td last June, It is a notewortiiy fact j that th you-.- g men have been iaeilcted I by a democrauc grind jury fur toting ! In an election in which a democrat was j ! defeated by their votes. ( ei!EF FLASHES BY WiRE, The jonnt of Caia Mora, leader of the Cutiiui CoanerTtl''a party, Is JemL Hon. Isaac Stone, formerly United, States nunlutMr to Japan, atait at IMaaO, VXa. laet nlnliU Olaf Johnson, a worthy pioneer of CUMyanne. Wyo.. w .s Timh ,l to daiita Snrara tlia ars at tha Cn.on Pa-aa- ynta ytt T ftiy. Dr. Robert Sncasn. who succeeded to tt pramdeney Nlcuraiiipiaiw tji.t nt Cafala in W. B.UI Ueeo Cbf four ywars, The ld filly. Lady Wilton, has bfan sol.l main, fly Braaflal'l to Kami Dly. of anacoBi'.a, Hunt. Tlia prtra is saiu to ho siiviwt The sheriff-L- s after an organized gang of c irtle aa t aors thieviw uonra t n f an i amae prairlo. Id.iJio. a id thrrni fit iat swtioa of wunfry as far at an Lot rl "ar. The Diiff opera eompaay last night oX','"mt tt,,! mauniacent PiueDU- Grand opera honita. T;i builitinif iuw Iwrn a vesr aud a tout ta eonstmeBon. and eot t O.Jid. John S. Smith wns shot and killed at Hatana ystria? Bv Doe. For)H. T!i latter w aarvlng an oraer of lentm npr,n ismitft. wSo iwMlnij a ii!a-e- r aiaim. James Simmons, who was indict! wltt tlia tunmui 31 tw Tor aee. was ntit no hand f.ir c nil trtitlay. aatl ais fJim'Ss of wrs liUwd (ijrteltml. Lientenant Colonel H-n- ry C. Corbin but ivy a" haaiei'iart-w-of 01 dlvfrlm of t ami tiiK rtppr'rnttt ot Ar aa. ae"a. tt ta stlt stavM. to wat act s asiit ant anrast gwn-- I arL Ail of the Denver croe-ke- r ma'ting arms have ratwwl Kia w-i"!- r f'inni ei.ia bine. Its rival, tha 5w Y.ira Mwniit anrt rrv-iiH- cvmpioy, no tiaa a txirmnttwi :a toaselty Makliia fcicaOon tot turn arwtttoa of axrenMve .ir!eA At Der Loiige, Mont., yesterday th jnr? is theaf th at . K,r!er. j a.jae anita Kid." 6 'he mord sf aasrost j Turner at iarrlson. on aan-- Jta. ratarnd rrlict if miifH ia tii jw.ond 'tnre and I ai-- l to piai.tbmr.t t lurprteminnat Usr a;. A London disoatch say-- . Lord Sa.i- - hurt ret:imd from tn enntinn -t a gat. ' AS Xew Hvan tae a--ii n o flraf ei.l ti i snrt haif sriit 'im if aid anaeit: f ni c jan ftmad :n SS --arr..u-a. wics aS Saa or trim atepp I"5 sownm-i-j Aitaoiitrh Beuevue, Idaho, won the amraty sat of Lovaa imnt VtHkn. or a a.i-- 4 1. Tt zam .a rt s.joa.ma la ;a i atn .t ta won. and Bsr apf-Uw- t li ' OTnrt ror arjoia orlr to- p nrrvos ta fnm3'-!re aniasRii( tsn and 4 j i.ji.i3i4 i,e ri..:-- j A rnirkabie story eotnes from Vse-- : sirfa Sy-iz- ' t The r f ValJ o ' f. Hiw5on. ws a kuted y t sa.-iv.--a m 'ae Bjr !..!: emw H fk Uaa aa-- . an. awsaflt M.s o e r".a:;-- . f ,m tnro-'tn- pnaa.. Mr asp-- a .f ta 3rrr.!.a "East a."r.- e5'-f-. James M. IVmgherty. who was placed ai wi :3saaa flain trmJ 7r av '"V pa"--i Kft ncy i Mary ,ii.ir"'m- - turn )! i a 'tr"i. w a 9.ia f U...ri of l.a. es- - e;ad i iii.y 3r. rd r-- fi 'T tei- -i Atan 9ra;-a 'jm P Utft. X 1 -- , errsry mui. ; ti-- a at yacarttali.. Advice frma ta i th" a...n, ,rf anrert-- r Ssusiwa wjodttam m i sria.; ;jxirt nrrwa Kairaad- - ta.T. niu feat lara-a- t r. t mm ' itrr m:itvf turt Witln a mow a.uiaa.3aaei n ta H srfn wv..a ay w t adrrwtip j ef IX yamrt, AN INDIAN ON THE JURY. Hrst Caaa Known Whar. a Brt Mao Hfa Sarvad in Sa!h a Capacity. Siocx Falls, S. D.. Oct. 10Th United States court opened in this city Wednesday with a d radian His name ia John on the grand jury. Eastman, and he is the leader of the Flandreau Indian tribe. It i the first of the officers of the case known by any ha wrveei as court where an Indian crawl juror, and is thomrht to be the first in the United States. Mr.Eastman minister, wek is a Presbyterian and speaks English Eke a native. NEW MEXICO'S ELECTION. Th Conatttntio i'jMd by AUont TiHHI Majority. Ai.ErjCEBQrs. JJ, Oct. 10. As the returns come in from the resuit of the election, it is found that the eomstirutioa is rejected by a much Iarjtr majority than at first supposed. The total vote wiil exceed 2.",Kili; the majority against it will be at least TDfiO. The result oilers no idea as to the sen-me-of the people on the question of statehood. The men who opposed the constitution are in favor of making the terrieorv a state, bnt don't want it to in under a constitution which they believed would put the state in the hand of tha land grabbers and arms claimants. It was simply fight between the nnit.ee: ormnsitioii to the eiemocrattc pnrry and the party of land barons who claim to own lO.Of 0, acres of land in the farrtory, and the peoole, the latter coming out ahead. i Italy Baat aa aallactoa. I Bona. ()-- ,t. V). The eomm.tte p- -, pointed to arrar?a for a pr- - ;f ypr- - ; sentation of I'al'.an art aad industry at the international eth tilion in Ch 'Wgo ; ift Jt)3 h'l !ioivd. having neidl j ! that any further efforts to accomplish th work f jr which it was formed . would fee useless. The ommitf i in view rA th new I'nitad Sfa.'.es tari'J law. that ry few Bi.tBfi-- i j tu'f iirers or artirtis were willia to send ' shib;ts to C.hicitgo-- rHOUT ANY SPECIAL FEATURES. ithar Cnnettlaoi Day an th Ifaw Tork Stork Exchana. York, Oct. 10. The stock mar-ipene- d with an active business and p,,iilly strong tone, the first prices w'ng advances over last night's fig-- 5 if i to. Business however was o well distributed. The market still feverish,, and after further "ional gaina extending to Per cent. there was a 'tion, which generally wiped he improvement over the 'Opening ""es. Another npward movement nwed, however, and prices, with "lent reactions, gradually though t;y worked up to a higher range, 'dealings ara- withont any special '""e r f impcrtance, however, and at ' nck the market was comparative-- "liet and firm at a fractional ai-- 1 e over the opening prices. 's qcotatioss. j Oct.. 10. 5"oon Stocks "r-- weak. !ev 43. silver, "41.10. ,Jrs counons, 22i; Pacific fixes, 13; '" Pacific. 31 i. Burlington 91 U Eio Grande IT; SoTTh-Paciti- c. 28;: preferred. 74: "Western, 84; Jfew Tork CentraL tnn Navigation 9il; North Ameri-- ; t; Pacini Mad, 3D,: Eock Isiaad, i f Louis & San Francisco, 32; lu' Omaha,2ti; Texas Pacific 171; tt V; fie. 5ij; Weila. Fargo Ex- - t,; Western Unicom 80. T fraaja tu fLuf Crrr. on. iJ. -r.- Kt-TS TiM- Fn th paMhe r" :! ;ot pieaa inaort the foiinwisy frm f.V;l.--'t!- ' MeOooa.. - W wr lo f nenl t?. erttn'j.a t ",o. o aa trr-- a to. a .."- - f"rm wr sa. Ml iww sieaa nr. It rf "r S n er- - rr ltira nzv ?fta l aa aaa 4eaw al ta MW kia"hHt:..a mm mt.ir aa r-- 'l 1- - "to; " Aad ih ta. tftm ti Br!t, f r it t m I a . I "Ka rr iar &." mrrm " a jr ' f x- J r,i ra ml. T' aio.t -- e. !'. a a a 9:ia ft- a ae;l i.M va-- - IStif ' 1 wvl v - j- ;,(,arf i. m -- ". r vm f-t-f lart aiy it " (" A M M? . A."tlig F"a Cernaa t tor I sah. A Lataifca4 tmmyrr't Dtk. f niii M.. (kt. 10.Lewi Car--' ! a r. a."d '!. a mnVr ef th Ptih-- ' aee.t tar for u.'r l year d wh. Hit , hrf.d every nrr.ee of p florae ace ta i tar ax-ej- it that of enserw.-r- ' csnht by a runaway St hi leg ' so VadJy cn-- H t;..as it bai to I am- - j pu'ajrfi. H diiw! in a .' boars. I CEST3UCT1VE PRAiRiE FIRES. in Portia mt 3T-r-t. Heavy Loa. Eportad Dakota. Hatoas. 5-- D . Oct. 11 -- Par. from north and south brinj the news m the terrific eharaeter of the late pr:une ftrw It is estimated that ontn of the Pacific railroa.L m Cnty.overiI00.W worotdage was done. - mountains. bumed m hav and ca.i-- e were value' of thonsan.U ot dollars. I , was the worst ana F'df?j rr. ever known west . m ' A RA3ID AUSTRIAN EDITOR. TTa SCeKInW Bill X io Him B" Kanrs Ml Koropa t Kia. Vncva. Oct. The Frem-leohlnt-ia a bitter article, ean the McJCmVv mm a measure of viclenee. wortV of a oation aircsstonusd to the nse of in revolver. It apoeaia to the cnaatnes of Earope o act "in tt prevent their tributary to the n, w world. . it sars. threatea to comp-n-sia- te for her kisses ly aeciincg e'iera markets. Thus tha McKiay bill threaten to eng-end- ecocomie enmiiy between Great Britain and ce-ntral Elirope. LATE LCCAU Th keen if sf IS wetna.l w;od avaa 'S f l,.eltimar-- :l Straat Thay w,;j b niAUl when s aurnacar ni pome again fcy t- -, --it.n wao tt vtmih ta ahad dnr.ng to torfd aaasnn. H--- J I ! praaident nf ti KxnM Munal Life ia. ra- - '"- - mt J'wai'i. rilf Mr. P ft Maun, majttr as .t 4- ' SiiC CTS. j Th Centennial Eareka is ihippia ; aarij two ear load of r aacS day. R.tir.ors are that an important din- - eu.are has isan made ia !a jluar j BSil-th- i Ta ?. '- - tit'ay 4itrirt is attracting j m.-- astsi. TV iorationa tJtere ar a!' practrfaily '? , Th value of er and W!in haad'ed 1st the basa ia ta eity for a week end- - lag ft-ij- r 9 w r;rTB. 1 loo-- i il rrray fv vary firor I I hif asa the Mnmr H- i asin aaf I : ' ' t.rse i ad money wiil pi-- : it ames; th , ivB iSiJ. I Trtc LEAgV'.LLE M'NEo. j L-k-wr Untpo - H " tory af rt 3fia Oct H.-- The Her TvVTlXE-- Colo.. pumes P or UlDi imonT of September, or aa awfcxaa j tons per i oaiSK TWii- - Chicago- - Xarttata ;.?ago, Oct. 10. Cliise Today's .'"it luotaticna were as followi; iEAT firm. eMn. W)i- - --Firm; cash. 30-- . December, 'J Firm; eaah, 4Q; Decemher, Ma7. 433. 'St-E- Qmet, 73. -- Poa Steady; cash, 19 75; V?tea.dy; cash. $6.22i; Jaa-- May, JU.J. Taa wa. Tii eniv taai d'h rfiaaar fa tht aarraeJ at ta Ejmraot 5 rs-tasfr-i- ia a t;. i4 C asaawmai M. ma Bmnm tm Baadw C-- t. W.-- The da:h U of ChnrtM;l 7, thirti baron t EdenUn'gh.