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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL. ... VOLUME IV, NUMBER 3. mm soLeine. The stock isrAOAU. CJBE. jue company capital aiij do busuteM on an enorBiOba avade. TU toot-erwill bare its ow n tin sua and reducing plant About j,m,UUU will be SENSATIONAL BKEAt H OF KOH- - id uw put into the Baltimore plant itarlt. It 1SE SUT ENBED. win ewer several acres and will be the ir,foKi un plat concern oo ths globe. tuff ura are to erect a tin Husatboe Get Thrao Thousand plate Biillcapita' at luquenae at the cost of Dollar from a CWvrmu as tha f.V5",'''0A on the property of John A. Wood. bout tin) men will receive emPrios of Hc Huin. ploy men SHE A OflDEX, I'TAII, SA1TRDAY MOltNINCi. OCTOISK. IT PXJE a f VKUHOMA-- S CAPITAL THE iu .l r-. " -- V.Z ' STILL .. ,v . 'j.i - l JMUCE, FIVE CENTS. "IIoo of people I,y-n- i"l' netrr agiun be eootect bine that doni oi4 rtvtrter it butuneM. actlf BALANCE. . IV IBBII wiu AS EXtTTI.VG M KSE IX THE TKIAL. t u V Lot II U Life. TsiSIDAD, CoL, (X-- 3. At Chuimm t. rtoa C M. Lauigan, a Fort Worth brake 8prs Dtrtr froci the Cue and the WildWe while in the act of un- man, hu tothePrlae. est Coafuuuon Follows. coupling car. Wh ile alkimr bet w the cars he tumbled and fell, the Ttw riariauatt 4 tub U Brutkto wheels PasKinirimr ai.l LHMwa Ulr1ruut,l- - War liHw rrbwMi for tJi.ooo-Tl- w the lower tart of hU lxlv il.,; Traaaf Tk and i single claitiietl Mw Tudav-T- hr ate his Umpur MiU hiMiie. X bli,Uie & 1 Mnlf j,ttjcLeil to auvtwe Adupt a Vt- l .mlrart. lor the airframe Bend Armed Force to Beck Cp Their Claims with reference to citizwns hav bet ortuuiucing towrds defecse. A spa. cud duptch recei ved tonight save that an old time 1 iitanoe rnxuautUw b Rival Thm men and others tle burning the ton. The fllEEIK today and three men were Kdered to leave town ia fifteen minutes, including the two burglars suspected. Tlie men left There is great excite-meand the tow n wdl be well guarded at night to prevent any act of revenge. t. dy Work-Harrtnt- nt Or-tf- rd kt Indian Kirited. Governor Thomas Import. L;w M Four Kkxo, I. T, Oct Choc-UWamujiutox, Oct 1 The Mormon Hf IIm- r. p. iu resume negotiations coumiteishH, is quetwo by Governor tol. rrrara'. f.a,r!. Saturday with the Cheyenne Thomita, of Utah, in his annual and reirt f, Ara,iah. He the sale of their that the Mormon lands. are Sirwu. Pa, Oct a The l t ,.le Gi . . . The Indians at prtweut take little inter-e- l of breach of promise case of Miss ku,riu-- i i... ana mat in over thkik, LT, Oct 3. Tlie excitement i .tinrir Di hijx, O, t. X In Ui Irwh xtnpir-acpruig Work Twain's the in tlie niatu-r- , iu.t of them location toevery political and buMneM act the routinues IlirlLplare. capital Annie Husaboe airuiiiKt l;.. I..i... w l trial t..lay a jM.lioeman Minl that i H I church w put first and countrv being greatly over the After F10KIDA.M0L, the tX day. demonstration uftr. 3. t. The hou.it. he followed never a of sgaiut.t t..rie told by one. their nuud-- who lbert of the Plymouth Congregational ward. The population of the territory i Membra. Daniels, l.u-the I Mark Twain .Samuel L On,cU. na Xwbitt IVrry an VlMtiuif Keen Si.1111 cuurcn ended today with a verdict of estimated at 'iJUtJi an un real of' 5j the . . - Ltmous into the vestry of the t'atholic h Whil. there he hal a talk will,I...i;n. iter cent during the pavt ten wars. Tlie lad evening had subiled S. R. Mit iiumort was born has arid tried tb. ul for the woman. 1 V ovcrh.-uto what was bv said been Hint t.J.I bin, . Mormons are hell, city attorney of Oklahoma f'riMn Great so! bv the Uu. l The cat Las created ity, known w tremendous Untaia and Soajdinavian sud will U- removed to fhi.-agr.miai..v, hi h l.e had en cir The who chanced to be in town seulShw sod them, lids textiliionj, aroiil the ,. I.,.;iauii for M.n, rtir here for a Ung time past Roberts average nuiubt-- f f f.w:ga-bor- oountri. filiating anionf riii.H-- ai the Worlds fair. The trf the missel f t!ie brought . to . of one hio .1 telegram friend t int... at home, ouiKuug ia a .l.iuole frame U the territory by Mormons ia a graduate of Vale, and while at r i UIU.1 WhlCh. is . ... MI.II..M ... Ir during the "Vour ,, JH'Udl ' 'llll were i mobbed r to overw helm all representatives on ten is l.WKJ pant years ,uru.ry llUfn, with brick aud stone days had returned when the i.t:i.-l!seduced the girl and then conalut annually, the street o. i tad Iniliunn. on of 'he tthit. aud this average had probably HIV W.u today. Send 100 armed emmnevs at the en. I n.i .,Li.n be?n " it.u nived at a criminal operation. He prom- maintained wm.-.of ,0 g,,d Indians will find new could be iude4. the past year. men." ooui eighty years ago. Tin theconfe.-i.iiduring aud ised to marry her, but while she waa fertile lands. 1 he governor suys that latlitical and wid be Tlie court room became a haliel .if moved entire. .. . ... i building Tt, arrived ims morning ...vuiuirumni ill fled to Walt. The girl followed hut olli. ial Moriiuinittta deals in evasions and cries and confusion, o great that it was were among the first to secure The President's Trip West. seats He WaMi't in It. he again promised to marry her, and aud raeijuiuglcss word of double moanf vantage in the hall of the lower hoiine. iiiijKissible to go on w ith the proceed hyMxrilica ing, asfalse and U'AsiiiMiroN, j.reteiices Oct. a-tully as many friends of the Guthrie UKMvtR, r,lo.. l t. :i Jim D.ji,., they came hack to America, hut after lie sert ions. ing. The court w as therefore declared details prelimioary of measure, eeoureu me pastorate here he the President I'nion a tor Pacific hair hour. equally strongly armed, were brakeman frtmi Montana. a.i;ouriHM weUrn trip Its attitude 1 heir iino prefect. When refused to carry out hi promise. sive in the lasttoward polvganiv is delu the have court caused been arranged, aubje. t to an who claims to lie a the iwv degree. It knows that intense feeling auditpresent slight pugilist, fought ... .....in KoU-rtwould have taken near attorney made overt urea fur a there has been no change on the iTm fHiiiuusi oy llarritig- changes. The President will leave tt. .1.. .. here lint i;. with .i subject W0.1ds.chmn today who Billy calle.1 the uitneMia shadow. ton, settlement and once prolTered tl.UlO.but but mnuuM tiuioreaa to have miii w to oonvey tlie imprewion that The magistrate rlltd iitu tl.e ..ninsel Washington on Monday morning for c.uiscu serious troublt!. me girl would not aocept While ne jvioou i,j,ir,H r,ir ,,urM, llf there h;u ben. I ineiuiiati, where a short stop will be unirKwl him senseleHss in the to withdraw the exprenxioiu nMaker Daniels waa nation were in progress It .lert marrie reHrted ill, suf Prominent church officials, the Harrington ...' a .i ' nrsi n tit.uyt round. un I.. I.. nervous ierUil irom reiunMt was so, morning, lie will caused uitio ami una to ordenxi .V .. i.iuy oi place. nor state, hiivedoclantl thut thei hurch by tlie excitim? then proceediu..iay t.i Vin.vnnes, Terre Haute leave raw. the the which girl brought suit r, rinaiiy now grant erinits to enter iu ot a to and Job. (iood Danville, then to Galesburg, I1L 'I "Hill, An uproar ensued, O'Brien and Dillon Htilted as nljove. arid the nominal bead of tlie .. . T ......... .. .1 ,.... reaching thereon Wednesday morning, .......... wiien the ILmse was calle.1 to order. Tha deacons of R lerfs' church have IMilygamy 01. upi is, ih'i. .i. 1 i,e com manner cnurch has announi-e.- l that iMilvgamous I... iijkki to fit the reunion of his brigade and' w mittee-- . f the Southwestern wmcri tne case was a res icrrin Fnn.liu willattend lioejalpholding him in the matter for a marriage do not now take The olution calling attention intntuctd Railway and another half hour condueted. k.ve the same evening f.r to the fpresen- -t .,ong tune, hut it is thought he will now goernor adds, houever, thatplace. was or atljourmnent ....... : .. Aitociatioti i.ilnv ..fT..r.l when the ttt. bn.iu.1 i rueamsnip Iowa, where he will Hismd bn compelled to get out. The evidence me ciiauioer, ...: uicii in .l tiereo. " the adjournment tlet'lanug I attention or the head of the oiiuch was 10 trallio manager nugton simnng at the ex,mit ion. That night hurstlay lllelr presence was undesirable and uomrinanHnip clients decide.! to.l.if.m.l b...... against mm is very damaging ami it is cilKvltoa notorious case uncnvnritl in Nclinevof tho Atlant ic avHtem .if tlio will he taken to Toi- - ka, lvts. When the proiNe.lings were ro- the I directing the sergeant at arms to eject cam mm it inert has been deceiving his the first district oouuiern racinc. but ho tleclin.?d. court, hedisclaimed any ail sjiectaUira, sumed Dill.m had just begun to sddresa arriving in the morning and remaining counsel a well as (he women and the newspajHT men excepted. until afternoon, when he will take tha Ihe rm lutio.i was vote.1 twn 2i) ine m'uch when a cheer was raiHe.1 train church, for the counsel presented no On the Turf. to Kansas City, arriving two hours Admitting that these BUden ends to 50. Considering the for of in defense. so This a Harrrington. probability testimony are nierauy true, the irovnrnnr exasperated later He will be the guest of his mircr, a Mounts the riotnua -3. onl.ire.1 he Oct that "i""iimui yesieruav magistrate tl.. ,u..,ri Three quarters ii.n Park, says u aas not prove that the church stration, wlio is a resident of that it was deemed advisable to post- - or a mile: brother, cleared The Idaho Election. and the nnieeedi city, nas not the public sentiment of the na olunteer walked over. until the eveuimr. wh..n m ... 1...... , U rI Lfl1 journed amid " the abruhtly tion as expressed in its laws, nor does it uie uiiui uimorrow iurther action on greatest Special to Tbs Commercial. mile: Objection won, OL JjOUlS. to attend tll u.innul f......l capital question. Boisk City, Oct .1 Unofficial returns prove that the church is loval to the A large body of notice wh n,nuu.wi of the followers of the "Veiled Proiihef ine sieaker has nretmrtvl r..J,, ? DI'r won ,ond, Joe Courtney are now in from all counties except law. i here is no reason to believe, the tion, which will be introduced tomorrow, third. Time 1:30. outside of the court There was no Saturday. That night he will go to Inasserta, that anv earthly uowr Mile and one eichthl dianapolis to sicnd Sunday. K or a recall or the bill from nn rioting. Next Id iho and Cassia. These two are con governor eiaci irom me enured declaramorning he will leave for Washington, uie oonaie. vhen this resi. ntin 18 Castaway second, others drawn. Time! sidered Republican, at least on the leg tion opposed to polygamy. any He accounts presented a lively time is Gas Company Troubles. reaching there Tuesday morning. expected. islative ticket. Every county in the tut wie uoki w nicn MoGrathiana handicxn tnr tKn.v... .Ln .lormoniem lias upon kA 3. Oct Ixwnojf, The directors mo ra vnnw of tlie ut I innt tnut dm state has gone Republican en the state The Sprccklfs Case. Gone to the Brotherhood. olds, mile: Blithe won, L mdon Gas Company today declined to taught to keep aloof from the inrlunnerui forerunner third. ticket by 2,000 on a low estimate. Willey, outside Time PMrtAOCbPHiA, Oct fter hearlnsof the church. Oct Cincinnati, was a irreat accede to the demand made by the candidate for lieutenant governor ran the arguments of tha counsel in tha I he governor recommends the na-- gathering of baseball men here Mutterhorn milA handi.tan kftnf a National Gas Workers Union that tonight ahead of his ticket all ever the state, sageof the bill reported in the Senate by The transfer of the only United States court in admiralty todsv. Cincinnati club will heat Benedictine won, Eurus second, union men be employed. Th which Ldtnunds, authorizes the .i.,b.,. Los govlie to the report that Dubois third. Angeles 1:42. giving the take Second Time, tomorrow. place threatened to strike. The storm has Judge Butler made answer in tha claim ernor to appoint certain nmnl v ofli It is learned from heat-Euwon, Benedictine second, been and his friends were intending to vote and a trustworthy source that the price brewing between the oonipany and ofClaus Sprecklss to reoov providing for legislative reappoint$.7,000 third. Tim M'!U in,;. the men was 138,000, of which 120,000 is cash. paid Los Angeles months. Tha numlxtr in. .mui viiv owners 01 ma lira.io against Willey, and elect Taylor, Demo- ment A Eurua won, Boikdictine 'second. Kttlvnl la for timim hat I.-j- m air In an interview with the Associated He statee that if this hill rwnnrriasi a JK$Yl realized by Capt Harrison crat, lieu ten tut governor in order to xinio, a:.). hom the sale of damaged sugar and re law it wjju nlace the control rf any Hi'(i iu ine men fc t frees reporter tonight uvrntm r nd tntv. keep Shoup from running for the SenR4covJ Lting sheds h e been erectft tain 115,000 to secure them the payment i n the hands of men loyal poll of WOU.. I 1 works for riving quarters for ate. fird. Tim4:48. of the sum to be ascertained by general ern minis . i onir.-rvear. tJJ estn&aies lie Jure. , and hundreds of beds have average and other charges. L. rwv Tom Mil Taylor was dofeaWl.in. l,;. .. Ifie League at sXuch groS, bill, .... Jones second. been provided , won, for the;r use. Authorities, In complance with this order the se ira. lime, 1:11- ivnnht: einct, while Boise County, the home W and upward", mile-w-on, too, have taken energetio measures to curity for the release of the attached NjVVN TO ATOMS. Thn Bon Wilson, Democratic candidate Vor A Nes,'ontract. Dver second, Ten Like suppress any disorder. Orders have al- steamship is to lie largely reduced. Pullm governor gave a majority ior onuuy. A Ten- Oct .3. A new form of third. ffime, 1 :i ready been issued that BOO soldiers at in Phiijidelphia, Boiler Explosion Fatal The lienublieans are sure of fortyifour ofChatham lie in readiness to proceed at a the mileand and Lo Must Stay at Home. has been contract Thref upwards, by prepared nessee. Nina moment's notice to protect the gas works Gvmnast wnth won, members of the legislature out o: one-siball league. of the National base ficials at Washinoton, Oct 3. Acting Indian Tenn., Oct aoond, Hydy third. Time, 1:01. and tho men who refuse to join in the four. Indications now are thart reserve of the eighteenth paragraph Archer The been served Commissioner Belt has issued a letter to has soldier Each mileand strike. were men five Three upwards. will have one more. Price in Alturaa ChenaUa, McNairy county, them ' to Indian agents directing a saw is entirely stricken out and a new para seventy ards Bobby Beach won, Jjotlie with twenty rounds of ball cartridge. beinff in doubt with chans in his instantly killed by an explosion of This evening to a deputation of the club the Ltiuisa Forrest the third, ts. for secoii' lime, inserted, giving refuse applications nny graph promptly mill Iwiiler helonirinir to Mr. Uurley. whatfavor. 49. gas men, the directors declared they bore Indians for "Wild West" shows as it ia Win. option to renew the contract for into was torn shreds, and the toward body tho union, no Ourley's Bis furlongs Semjier Two-enmity The Democrats concede theVtate, but Johnson's head was torn from his body ever number of years may be mutually Palestine would always give preference to old now acainst the txiliey of the interior think the majority will not beWmuch and thrown tifty yards; Walter it. itninn agreed upon. The word "reservation" in Pidele wT m, Rosehend second, for such hands without distinction between union department to grant permits third. me, l:b!g. . as given here. The state board of can- and his brother and a son of Gurley were case of disbandment is also stricken men. At a mass meeting purjiosos unuer any circumstances .t..A and was out of the thirteenth paragraph and If any of the Indians should atof workmen later, a resolution was vassers meet here on the tenth to can- horribly mangled. A negro laborer BASE BALL. club to assign contract for the directto to leave the reservation the injured. hereafter thanks authority fatally tempt expressing adopted vas the vote of the state. asserted. ors and declaring that the men do not for exhibition purposes prompt measures Command. clause is materially National League. Relieved from The will be adopted to detain them. desire to strike. BOISE ITEMS. to the advantage of the player. Lieutenant altered ci.kvkimsu. Washington," Oct 3. at A player under this form cannot be re Disastrous Fires. Effects of the Cholera. 5 The U. P. to Extend the Xampa Commander Reiter of the United States leased between seasons wiuioui pis con Clovelandl. i.... 4 Philadelphia discontent Rapid Citt, 8. D, Oct Scakim, Oct 3.Great Called by rain. Branch -- Col. French's Vuncral. Ranger has been ordered home and will sent If during the season he be re he the with abroad the to forest fires are still devastating while leased club, continues stringent here, owing AT CINCINNATI. be relieved by commander W ungate. Special to The Commebcial. to traveling expenses be entitled shall the in the southern hills. Minora taken TirnciuitionHrr measures by timber com 2 here Mr. 3. As 8 Boston that Cincinnati The impression is general Boisk City, Idaho, Oct. back to the home city. irovernment airainst cholera. Trade is and ranchmen in the Etta mine district the because recalled is BROOKLYN. home AT late Reiter was mander White Another change in favor of the player returning George narulvzed. Hundreds of na 4 completely have fought tho fire for four days to 10 Pittsburg last ni jht, he was held up and robbed of secretary of state is dissatisfied at the 13 his right to appeal to the league di Brooklyn .1 tives in the interior are dying from star10 rectors against ciuo nnes ana penuries mm save their homes. For nine miles along in i course regaru CHICAtlO. and AT vation. pursued by nearly seventy dollars in money Guatemala that may be considered unjust between neirntiations the Battle river the pine forests are en 3 New York I ' other valuables. The robbers handled and Salvador and also in regard to the Clauses acainst dissipation ana 1m Ohicatfo... Effects of the Tariff Bill. tirely destroyed. is uurneo mm him pretty rough. The ltamindia attAir. The K;inger was in morality are strengthened by adding orioge Uliy llarney is bill 3. Oct. TheMeKinley London, Brotherhood. the shaft sheds aud timbering of the harbor of San Jose when Barrundia that the player must absolutely refrain It is now tolerably certain that the the to destroy the Birmingham button Crties tin mine and several other mines excess from and likely late hours on from the any killed was Acapulco. rrrrsBCKG. will the extend at Nampa Union Pacific trade. Many orders have been cancelled in that vicinity are destroyed. Tlie timand dissipation in eating, d.i.iking or 0 and 4 Boston branch through into North Idaho. It employes in most of the button ber about Hill City is rented on fire. Notes otherwise and must keep himself in Pittsburg Washington are on short time. works to condition Fires are also raging in the northern ball, I'HICAOO. best will go through Boise City, and thence AT play the physical Oct' 3. Messrs. White- - etc. Washington, hills. The damage to timber valuable 0 New York 10 j no th. touching Grangerville, Lewiston, as first and Schwab Will Stay In. for mining purposes is almost incalcula"While the reserve rule is no longer re Chicago a id Moscow, extending to bpokane a alls. field and Boll today qualified C'UiVEbASn. AT d Sec -- In a very few words ble. Factories on the outskirts of 3. Oct The fuaoral of Col. John R. French, second assistant postmaster general re- ferred to in the contract" said Chicago,' 9 Philadelphia. . . . . 9 does not Cleveland narrow ly escaped destruction Mon"It tonight, Regers are rotary not decided lite editor of the' Boise Sun, will take tsneotivelv. j. These appointments Gresham -last evening Judge will be stricken out of the follow Called by darkness. a day. place tomorrow. His death has cast line of civil service reform. national that it to grant the writ of habeas corpus peti,Tn all probability T. L. strictly in the agreement over the entire -community. Rain. gloom Canitda Selling Out. postponed Other the games Michael postmaster gen it or its equivalent will always be as tioned for by counsel for Ki ni:all,of the Union Pacitic,is expected With these changes for of as a heretofore a the necessity preserved is New eral who reorganization to tunerai. attend the serving contemplates York, Oct. aDispatches from to be here Scwab, the anarchist, American Association. is life sentence at Joliet. several certain offices in the department. Offices the perpetuation ofmthe game but it or points along the border of to tigure legal contracts not matter . AT TOLEDO. Sued by a Bishop, Judge Gresham, looking at the not of a great rush to ship the which are in the same general line will law likely tell Canada courts hereafter. see 1 1 !hester with a broad view, said he did Toledo all the barley, peas, eggs, United States Lincoln, Nob., Oct 3. Patrick Egan, be placed under one bead. That is rail to allocutions in tho petition at 3 LOVIS. of etc., possible before the MeKinloy bill The Laud of the Dakota writ a issue the noted Irish National League, organ' wav mail service and railway contract or relator tho release : 5 Syracuse. Louis... .... l,d..-!icornus. !! would sustain the goes into effect Buyers have stopped izer, is having trouble with Bishop Bon offices will be under the. immediate su Pikrkr, S. D., Oct. 3. Reports from St second d inurrer and dismiss the peti- buying anything inoro in the linos afnew assistant, of Darvision the AT tIVISVIbbR. over a special acum of the Lincoln diocese, the Sioux Cheyenne camps along Whitofield. as first assistant will the 3 tion. Tho matter could then bo taken fected by the tariff. In the United - Bsll. 5 Columbus Louisville ?500 subscription for St Therese's pro- have supervising charge of salary and received today state that the fanatical tin to the United States supreme court States markets and in several points Rain. dOther games postponeiutholriil. in ad Mr Solomon. Schwab's lawyer, re thin has caused almost a stagnation in offices free ot over the ind tne Indians fervor expected allowance, delivery ' Mr F.iin savs he Subscribed the dition to his other "duties." ' leave to in ike some amend- barley, eg:rs, apples, etc. The majority is Messiah of quested their increasing coming monev with the "understanding that ho o.Hoes heretofore have been re dailv.. Incantations and religious orgies The Portuirese Cahiutt. tin petition, and Attorney of. this pr.jduul.on will got to to These ments . over market under the old tariiT. t.o he treated with distiuguislied re would lxik as independent burenns their are kept going and r.n aged medicio' Hunt Gaueral is .cabinet tratdej new Lisbon, Oct 3- The but he has not been chiefs as a rule passing upop nearly all man called 15 d the 3r,i Shirt, v hose age is Rait: Senhor Fer'ao. premier and foreign them '.ml ju.ike un awvr if accessary. - ' . The Last 1'iiper. aeoriKM such IMMlors. raiinTti iciuc questions. to be over lf0, lends the pwgramm iitT iiif?: Oonl Uiberra. interior: Bran le i, ,'V1S to pay Iho nuionnt ami. tne oisu Via: lie. he secretary of tlie new and st'irtilnif H'Slnresof wor with rviu ?. Tlie members of Xiav Vo.'.K, O tl.irr.ilho. ttoanee; Utnnl .mmonced suit for tlie recovery fXho aiiuortiaumont of tha mouoy, It, is evpecte that he' will soo" .1iirttice; - It i d. lied war; Dr. consul at IjONOON, Oct. (i n. S a in iv). ciau Iron nnd Su el li stiiute this the !lri'i-;survevs 01 puhuu tauiU for ship.and develop V..., it uresoat American from loolted-fofor priated tho into hiuwlf him try wo.'kis aad education. 1M" sred 13. Chili, and a letter Iovda" ih It th. (!, pa Ij.mthe rat endiu-- Ju an 3 . to th coiii'l'idi'-.S.ivior, as hi prosti'5 wwntlhe iii'iriuug leaiul cta! !1 the w m liVd today in the di. 'vt court thr.t V!.).l. C! ilif taadi N'lhvi'Te v" enis bv rwlnkius to "Aluminium f tho creut se"nis aaner Hi I'.;; Vir.Hi the :!!.':.. Citholu and h'-Mint uri tirely ' Idaho ftamWiacro-iI. be- -, Ta v u v pifjetly A. Hi lent, of S!lef:ild. b '! f." li. s' .'..!, V I' in .20.stron.y ?".".KX1. incro" 1.000, Orerfo-U ;). Gr:Ti' v T., ponn! it ion. l'i h enistlo !!. no'tceablo. but Oo not like to Ikivo the i..i' i n Vis d Voted him. rW,o,in.-e.the bWrm nud d X. ei'VM'l. Ut;di KH.OOrl, in- - w '.l'tU- -: i:if".r.:."0 ..r ;;i t to close to tin if 1V V" a J w on. '.o v "I V SVO n. r. .' ,, f Th f.vlowi:t4 is a t!tip sentenee: wiH eiviii:-.-.r.r'i T'etribe lM!'-Inch !r e;i IV. k, X. J., '.hi I,' t.iw.ird intlr? " ml'U't pur?iv:-cvni S'ii, li'.iviii' w, Wyoming e .c re cro:i' h.ive r.ot'th;' to do with the new fad :id a itc ' ;! to'- io;. M n:;ts R.utJCiuu n h,- l!i . j urease ta.'." lt j.iiiia I) lie frf.::tien!y r.'ii and urge their wilder nl T :)UI thiT:' OiT iii ;ir,d V('!io;:in,!-:f'l idjur eoritii;;fi'neioii is o a irs t Otvist fro n ih"ir practi'-esi,!ii tl.r,'. bitthe to tH' T! .:.; m d.'i tW), uure.ise '.jJii.iV.i luvu,' bift, yoar. no avail. but v. ' t r ead." h lor cxiU'ii.vn m j ; lira or W",'1 ' ' i T.!;d th.. :i;eir;ii.ri :tc.l f. Heed iu t amn-'srWor. ' O . t ' 'J'e t IB ' ' ' lr: ijiri:u'i li;l;ii"ltC Tinned n ' ' ?1'!mUi. M. S ia O. Nkw Hvr'.N, Oct. 3.- - Speaker R:t.-to ay. t!i. r .el't nf ti ' Dil Pi rrsiirwi. OA.X Tii.-'L'ie'n a lotfer to thi fni- - was Acre the occasion ot wrctary nr- e toni;hJ S. inni its ave I' "ith :i of til- t i:rl ,Aii p misiiner general of laud ofiW". m.s: the opcii::;; of the Connecticut, cam for f ai'v portion of the moneys iipprojiritie eftabll-- ' JiUtf rl hi mo wi:n r of tho u'.id'-...v tii auspiciM paign ati'.l i the seve.-.i- l st iles an, I tRrrito7!-',!:ia' f O t" n i'U'itiV ,e ti. toen ni " to VjJ in ex'v-- of the Jtrmeeit. V.iam M a's i; publican (",nl). '.hjnded i; The ,r... iMi ':; tur-an e:ivlv d iv in i'e ob Four tho to a l.i re'err be changed at ii..vi;d, it ily t.i0 !ll"IIIO!' 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