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Tilt: SkiKXINO EXAMINER: HIS BEST STORY PRINTED THIS TO BE IN UTAII, OGDEN, TllISHAY MORNING, was ing in this race, and on: the chief sufferer, ben.: m rider, the running, and J. J : it Boston. 4; Cincinnati, 2. was thrown against a fiun Resitiis: Gu.d-lili.itton. Oct 1. Boston won tudai'.i F1i si race, six furiona-- . in-game from Cincinnati. 4 to 2 r won. Adtsation , uu. lYuarn R H K. thud. Sii'iv: Time, 1:13 :u mini imx Boston Second race, aieepleeli.ixv a ,mi two Cimilili.iti ms) imsi ta'2 2 ti o miles T. S. Martin wii Batlerira: Young aud Brown; Sjiu'Iu third. Ti,.!i- ) 15. Richard aud Wiley. Third race, the Produc, .akce. for fillies, about six furlongs i .u Dress i .i. Common Chicago Wins Two Games. Willi. Harbary Belle National Sue third. lliiUiiciphia. Oct. Time, 1:12 5 ii'sg'.ie m avuu here clued Four-.th a race, the Pro.i i.'. Make for between Chicago aud iiti! col's and geldlugs. six t k adelphia, tl.e visiters winning both won. Demund Sanu-s- . Luudgren allowed Philadelthird. Time. th.-ein hits the first gam.'. phia only ter Red Fif'.h race, mile and a The socoud was calej at the end of Friar won. First Mauoi: TarIhe sixth inning by agreement. Scores : tan third. Time. 3:tHi. R. H. E First game: Sixth race, ntile end a ixiiciith W2 4 a 0 Holtscher won. Adonis Chlcag i ll t nlO lady u 4 iNnl innl hio 2 2 3 Philadelphia Tarantella third. Time, i Batteries: l.umlgrcn aud Moran: Moser Mild Ikmivau. ILLINOIS ATHLETIC CLUB. K H. E. Second gallic: U 2 ooo tnni inii) Philadelphia iHn nl2 nu- n- :i 4 l of Chicago Chicago. Oct. 1. Deiiiti- Batteries: eultiach uud Moran. Hamilton. Canada, won iiie Illinois and Geisl. Athletic club's Mavatbon i.u torn tor forty-tw- o kilometers today over a starters, coveting t dimatuc in Pittsburg, 5: Brooklyn. 1. Bru.jkl.ilt. Urt. J.- iillshurg hatted 2 hours 41 minutes ' Mtund. and ni.. re timeli than the locals today establlMhed a new record m ihe nest. His closest rival at the tuii.li was S. and won clereriy by j to 1. K. H K. H. Hatch of River Forest. III. whose Score: non 22U Ool 3 II 2 time was 2:46.53. Rtiviui.i Iurk. 25 Piltsl.ui'g 1 12 2 miles north of Chicago. w.,s the starttHiit Dili (MM) Brooklyn ius Batteries: Brady nud (libsou; ing point for the lung run The finish was at the Illinois Ath.etir club on and Kilter. Michigan avenue. Mayor liiinue fire. the pistol that started the held away New York Takes Two. New York. Oct. 1- .- New York look mer a course that was in excellent condition after the hard rains of the both games of today's double-headerScores : past few days. Nearly a hundred auR- H. E. tomobiles followed the runners. Thu First game: 1 finish of the first five was as follows: tMhl 000 0000 k Ht Louis 1 o Dennis Bennett, Hamilton, New York (ton ihmi 30x- -3 Onl., llaiteriea: Kratner and Noonan; 2:41.33. 8. H. Hatch, River Forest Athletic Ames and Breanahan. R. H. E. club. 2:46.53. Secoud game: 1 UU0 000 0 0 J. T. Armour, unattached. Chicago, HI. Louis 2 4 101 10a 2 2:55.46. New York New Fred Ijorx. Mohawk A. Batteries: MrGlynn and Noonan: Ferguson and Breanahan. Game called York. 2:56.35. E. Y. Hohntan. account of darkness. Chicago. Seventh regiment A. C., 3:1)2.25. tat 1 - 1 Klee-lioi.c- -i Paj-moiiu- . Ihnv mouth. tii-I- J m,- - Ia-l.ir- 6t. Paul Dispatch: la many ways tba best thing Mr. Garland has ever done. Independent, New Yorit: A thrilling rameoce worthy of the author's reputation Buffalo Commercial: Beat constructed end most realise tic and Intense story that he has written. Outlook, New York: Mr. Garland Is at hie beat showing us the miner end the cowboy as they are, without the glamour of romance. Look lor HESPEB by HAMLIN GARLAND In This Paper. To Begin in an Early Issue ROBBERS it and Schmidt.- - Chicago, 1; St. Louie, 0. SI. Isiula, Oct. NEW BULLET FOR ARMY. Long Straight Tapering Point Inatead of Rounded Point. Washington. shortly adopt The Oaljr tte DeeMc-Trac- k RoBway MiaaaaH River aal beteeae CMtagab une-tiilr- d Overland Limited Laiarlees Trail lathe WwM Compartment and drawing-roo- m sleeping cars, observation fars, din and library ing cars, buffet-smoki- ng SWINDLE WAS NIPPED. rs cars, with barber, bath and Library; entire train electric lighted, through to Chicago without Direct connection for charge. Book-love- SL Panl and Minneapolis Tlckrts. nwrvatfcmt. ant full ran b obUisci tana C A. Walkar. Ucnanl Aacnt, Chicago & North-Weste- fy. rn 1 Mato Street, . Saetb Lako CKy, Utah. MOt ; BRYAN'S RECEPTION. the 100 Nebraskans Who Received Him In New York.. ' Lincoln. Ort. army will l.-- The the new bullet which waa recently tested by several of the m at the national rifle target expert meet at Sea (iirt and found it to be satisfactory by them. Instead of the rounded point of ihe bullet It has a and is long straight tapering point also about lighter, weighing about, lot) grains. The new bulb A has a greater velocity up to 2.M00 yanls. a greater energy up 10 1,4un yards, a flatter trajcctor) up to 2.060 yards and a little better accuracy up to 2.000 yards. The new bullet will require a lightly different firing rhamher In the rifle, but this can be readily effected in pieces non- - under manufacture and the necessary changes can bo made In the pieces now In use with but contps rati rely small expense. The The Meat On. J. Bryan. hn returned t his home near thle city yesterday, will entertain at hi I'cxiilence tonight more than one hundred Xetiraakans who comprised ilia Homo Folk delegation that met him in New York when he returned fiom his trip around the world. Wednesday of this 'week Mr. Bryan will go to At. Joe, Mo. He will speak In Noli make Thursday. Friday. Saturday and Sunday. and next week will go to Kansas fur a speaking tour. Philadelphia, Oct. I. An alleged swindle was nipped in the bud here Sunday by the arrest of Wm. Trimble, formerly of Han Francisco. According to the postal sulhnritiex. In many letters have been received England- addressed to men who died leaving fortunes. These leltera Invariably stated that a friend of the person adrlreFRpd had found a gold mine of rare value, and. recalling the favor the writer had received at the banda of the person addressed, he desired to share his fortune with his old friendi and benefactor. One of the letters brought to this country from England, by William E. Moore, representing the estate of Thomas Hick. Moore waa shown samples of ore and agreed to invest. later he became suspicious and notified the postal authorities. A message In Moore's names was forwarded to the alleged swindler, who assumed the name of E. A. Bandya, making an appointment to meet him In thin city. Trimble, who is said to be Sandys, arrived here Sunday when postal Inspectors took him into custody. ble followed by TannehlU' single score won the game for Si. 1 sails toR. H. E. day. Score: ooO Olio oooii 0 2 Ht Lout 000 OOO Ool 1 7 2 Chicago k Batteries: Pelty and Spencer; and McOarland. Alt-ruc- WESTERN LEAGUE Sioux City, 5; Omaha. 4. Sioux City, la., Oct. 1. The lari: game of the Western league season was played here today, Sioux City winning by a small margin. Hall, though hit frequently, kept the lilta well R. H. K. Score: 020 100 02x 5 Hi 1 Sioux City ion nlO 002- -4 14 1 Omaha Batteries: Hall and Pettit; McXecl-c- y and Townsend. ecat-iere- LOUISVILLE RESULTS Oct. 1. The fall at Churchill Downa began ltttisrlllc, Ky., meeting today and will continue Results: day. tor eighteen First race, six furlongs Charles Kastman won, Dun Demo second, Hector third. Time, 1:18 Hecond race, five and a half furlonga - Triumphant won. Malta second. Attention third. Time. 1:12 5 Third race, six furlongs Marvel P. won. Matador second, Tarp third. Time, 1:18. Fourth race, cine mile Charlatan won. Mlltladee .second, Harry Bcoit third. Time, 1:45 Fifth rare, live furlonga Minot woo. Chase second. Western third. Time, 4-- 1:12. Hixth race, mile and sixteenth Katie Puwera won. High Bear second, J. P. Mayberry third. Time, 1:53. BRIGHTON BEACH RESULTS New York, Oct. 1. J. C. Vannewx' Electioneer, winner of this year's Futurity, won the 111,000 colts' half of the Produce stakes, six furlongs, at Brighton Beach. He waa practically neglected In the betting. Opening at 6 to 1. his price gradually went up to 12 to 1 at the close. J. P. Rainey's Cellar Rapids. Iowa. Oct. -' William Demund and the even money favorite, A. Hunter, warden of the state prison waa second, with H. P. Whitney's 12 to 1, third. The time waa at Anlmosa. died last night, aged 70 which equals the best time years. He came Into national prom- 1:12 inence because of hia advocacy of pris- uf the stake. on reforms. There waa considerable rough rid- 1.-- Pan-muno- 3-- mzzeeizhbszhse Where Baking Begins Right The baking of the NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY therebegins with right material, and every step of baking is after through the whole process right. There is not one point of quality that It Ends Right it retches your table nntosched by atrsnge bands, and freshness tainted by odor. The quality, are preserved in a dost and moisture proof package, distinguished bv the trade mark here shown. It always appears in red and while on each end of the package end warrant the perfect condition of the content. For example try package of GRAHAM CRACKERS powesring the rich, witty flavor of graham flour unlike any graham crackers yon ever tasted. FROTANAa temptingly delicious uuioa of biacuit and fruit the newest delicacy of the National Biscuit when oven-flav- t' Company. Ml (Continued Sill H UKE IHE POLICE" from Page Two) The next action of the officers wax to search ua ail. They look nty pocketbuok, containing $07.1, com pooed of eight ilngle thousand dollar bill and three single hundred dollar bill. The rent of the money waa in eeverai smaller tiotea. making m up to $73. When he seised money I asked him for a receipt, which he gave me. He put all the money into hia pockets and a lire took wav a gun from the mining expert, and then ordered the doctor and the fellow who had decoyed ua up there to accompany hint to the police station. 1 said that I wished to go with him, a he had my money, but. he threw me back Into the room and said that the other ufficer wnuld bring me up immediaiely, and that 1 would get all that he had taken from me when I came to the office. The other officer ordered ua to accompany him about live mlnutee after the others left, lull the mining expert stated that as he had given $2,206 to thla officer who was with him there waa no necessity fur liim to go up to the office just now; that he would rather wait and explain Ihe occur ence to hia friend, the eokinel, lint would pome up to the office and surrender to hia bond inside of an hour. Immediately un our reaching the (reel the supposed officer dontiled back to secure the Img with the poker chip. We folliined him up to the room, but both the mining expert, and the hag was gone. He said it waa a bad affair the loss of the bag as It reduced the chanrea of a criminal , prosecution. He then tnld us that if we had any grips at any ltoiei we were to bring them with na. My brother went for the grips, while I remained with Ihe officer. On my brother's return, we boarded a car, preaumably for ihe police station1. Whilst the car waa In motion the officer jumped front the car. and I after him. whilst my brother went un with the car and I officer the asked the reuann grips. of hia action, and he autod that the doctoi was a very dear friend of hia, and that it was hi Intention to see a friend of the chief's so that be might get the matter settled without Its going to court. He took me around the southern pari of the city and stopped et he old sanitarium. On entering the sanitarium he naked for Mr. Da via. The landlady said that Mr. Davis was in No. 3 dreeing, hut would be down Immediately. When he came down, I recognized him as the officer who had taken my money. I asked him bow he came to be here, and he said that he had been to the office and the mutter waa now nut of hia hands: that on reaching the office the money would he returned to me. I requeateii to be taken there at took aside onre, and the officer Davis and parsed to him the roll of notes, which were taken from the mining expert. By this time my suspicion" were aroused, aud as we returned to the street, the three of na together, f naked several people whom we met If they could identify these men as having anything t do with the police department of this city. Each and all passed on without giving nte any reply and the two men threatened to do me if I spoke to another man on the route. care, skill and modern bakeries could make better. It is pfrfrtinn itself through and through. f dou- 11 KZ or 3 i Davis then left us. going earn, and the ether suppos'd officer took me up to the police station, entering by the back way. He approached the chief, who was standing In the corridor and ask:Ml to have an interview with him. The chief showed ua into his room, and this biggest officer said to the chief that this young man, gambling pointing to me. had been and bad lost about $10. Odd and at my me to had he the pobrought request lice station to lodge a complaint. I was staggered at this, and asked the chief if this was not an officer. .The and I chief said. Decidedly not to the went on to tell my story I said lliat the oi leas! I could go into Iniaiiiekk with would In $l.iuu. uud he said he would li and oblige un wiih ibis M brother cuuic up lo the officer later, anil we staled there until aliout 1":4" p. m., when the bogus officer came Imek. saluted us all. ihe chief ine'iideil. with "Good evening, gentlemen.'' and sat down beside me stating that the most he hail been able to get for mi- was $751. I said that it waa of very little use: that even $l.omi wua all too III lie to give me anylhink like a stun. He thereupon mated that if agreeable to let him go for auothcr hour huiI lie would endeavor to gel this other $2ril. asked the chief to telievc him first of the $7 in. and the chief took him iiiiiaidc again and returned alone with the $750 in gold, telling me to pick It up before auy of the reKirters came ill. one of whom had just left after asking fur informal regarding this same ease, whirh the chiif refused to supply. in about lo minutes the bogus officer returned with the other $256 In gold. While he was sway this last time, the chief said lie was not sure hut that it waa better for ua to may a few days in Ihe city. 1 asked what, rhauees there were for recovering the money, lie aaiil there were ten chance to one against It, aud as our ticket expired that same night, and no enrouriigemeni lo stay, we departed fur our train, which left at 12 o'clock. The bogus officer amimimnled u lo the ata i ion. giving it some fatherly advice on the way. and aloud In the train until It wa moving out of the station. Nearing law Angeles, I broached the mutter to Mr. Davidaon of the Ran Iedro line, who advlaed me lo come tip to Ilia office and he would Introduce tne to a firm uf lawyers in hia town. Their advice waa that it bulked g bad case agalnat the chief of lailiee and that we ought to go straight back st once snd aae Mr. Whlttemore, attorney in Balt Lake (Miy. Thla I have done, and on the advice of Mr. Wbitte-morI engaged Mr. Uraffett, who had ihe ruse In hand since Monday. 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit. 3; Cleveland, 2. took the Cleveland. Oct. firs! ol the last game of the aerie with Cleveland by the score of 3 to 2. R. H.E. Score: 003 Wat OIK) - ! 11 0 Cleveland Del ruil 200 010 00O3 7 0 Batteries: Rhoades and Clark; Mul-ll- DISTRESS IN THE STORK-SWEPGULF VILLAGES. I I Heavy In the search, but be Eald Have Mdiile. Ala.. Del. Interfered With Mobile, m. wln.-- 1. A tu-a- MEN'S lain-ato- t greatly interfering with the railroad aud tolcgraph commm in last, night ami i still on. panies, No wind has accompanied (he rainfall aa let. Inn t lie dowupour has tieeu aud ha muh uu.usly the illffieuliiea id eoumruci-mgaugs. It tb fearej. too, lhai it sill cause mpeh increase uf buffering aud some ilcathb along Hie cornu of ihe south end of Mobile bay. Many people are luiiueleaa iu that Minion and are living in the wood with scauty mipplica of pioriaioua. The exposure if another storm cannot but have a serious effort on women and eliildren. On iktnphiu bland there aie but) people homeless, with omy three email buildings iu which they ran obtain shelter. Despite the fart that two relief expeditious were scut out yesterday. there are not more thau enough provision for more than one day, snd additional supplies were arm down early today. While there la no suffering in Mobile proper, there is urgeut need si many points on the southern pari of the bay snd saaiatsnre for these people will be gratefully received. Arrests were made st some tif the lower coast resorts today of negroes who were rauglil looting some of the wrecked houses, and il has been determined to send additional details of militia lo Ooden and other point near by to protect property. Word waa received last night that from thirty to forty Crivlea ou Monloui island are death me and in Imminent danger of starvation. It la doubtful, however, if anything can be done for them before mam tomorrow. The rltlxena of Mobile have undertaken relief measures with energy and are sending food and rlolhiiig to the stricken points as rapidly as )ssible Next to food, ihe great need la for Aten and women In some clothing. places have been reduced to wearing coffee aarka for clothing and there are few sacks to be had at- that. The Drat thing done by Ihe relief eaiieditkm sent from here yesterday to Codnn waa to give Ibo people riolh lug with whirh to cover themselves. The suffering; has been Intense at Bayou I Hairs, and la atilt acute. Memd ber of the relief committee which that place, reported that they were followed through the streets by little children who ware crying and begging pltemtaly tor bread. A large n um tier of tents were tsken to Dauphin Island last night aud inure will be taken today. ASKS FOR SUGGESTIONS HOW TO SPEND IT. Will Not Support Minister or Church With Hi Service Million. Ijondon, Oct. 1. Having supplied in the way the requirement of pnblia libraries, Andrew Carnegie la now seeking the opinions of acliuol d boards and other public bodies in aa to the heat means of disposing of the port of hia fortune which he desires to distribute during hia life for the benefit of humanity and aaka for 'suggest Iona regarding the mori beneficial object a. He says that while he la willing to aaaiai ig providing 'rhurrh organisations, no money will or be given to support mlnlater church services, which he mnalder should be paid for by Ihe congregauniat, of Kcol-lan- VICINITY Of NEW ORLEANS MORE THAN A DOZEN FISHERMEN ARE MIS8ING. Eastern Mails Are Now Three to Four Days New Orleans Overdue. AND BLOOD NERVOUS TROUBLES. CATARRH, DYSPEPSIA, KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH DISEASES. SKIN VARICOCELE ALL DISEASES. Cured to stay cured. Yen have our Positive Guarantee Drs. Elliott & Norris ..".-SPECIALIS- 2361 Washington Ave. Office Hours to 7 p. m. 10 g. m. Consultation free Trsatment by -- Appointment. Drs. Elliott & Norris Ki Jwi h U Wm . sMt In IN. ALL COUNTS I (S. wilt lit M'i Patiot Ml MHmiimt Rm6m VlttoWMMlBNMl tuInkS WAtMlNOTON, D. C. via-ite- PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH MITCHELL BROS. LIVE! LOST AND SHIPS WRECKED Mobile. Ocl. 1. Tho following list received from Herron bay of live lost and liuels destroyed at that place I the Oral complete Hat which hee been obtained: Hrimoner Oyster ilant, total. loss; (Hie man drowned. Schooner Rthcl, total loss; William and Richard Taliand, brut bora, drowned. lore Bird, lolai loss; Captain June and Mate MlUhidl Pendleton lont. Hm(. Gov. Stone, wrecked, mi live Edward L.. wrecked; no live lost, 'wintry Girl, total loan; no Uvea hist. Kits, uf Point Clear, Ala., Captain Phillips, two sons and one unknown drowned. Agnes, total loss; Captain William Jones and Mate lien Yearger drowned. Nellie, total loss; Captain James Read, John Biahl and an unknown Norwegian drowned. Meadow (Spring, lolai lops; Captain Ram Hahn and a small boy named Wlnburg drowned. Bhaip Two Friends, Captain Milton Jones of Alabama port and two boys named Jackson, brother, drowned. In addition lo thla the following boats were destroyed: J. T. Ultle. AH Mangold. Omits, Never Tell. Edna B., Lillie Kelly. . Other Uvea lost at Herron bay were: Mrs. Oliver Doian and two children Captain Talhard of the schooner Never Tell was drowned attempting to reach another Imai after he saw that hltt own waa doomed SIX MORE DEATHS. Orleans. Ocl. I. Six more deaths were added to Ihe lint of drowned in the Mississippi sound region yesterday. Captain Culver, hi wife and four Ijualsmen who were on an inland in Grand Bar on the state line when the hurricane began, have been given up for lost. Every building on till island was washed Into the bay, leaving the place almost barren. Monuments, Copings and Head-- a tones. Don't buy from agents, aa they get Urge commlasxma and you have to pay them. Bee your home people flraL Yard opposite City Cemetery. OGDEN TURF 263 EXCHANGE St Twenty-fift- h Eastern and Raeae. Direct Wire fm All SpcrtliNI Event Callfemla and Indians will not be detained on Kills laUnd, they are ail citizens nf the I'ulted Plate, that men LAW. MEAT INSPECTION There Are Seventy-Fiv- e Dealer Whe Have Net Compiled. Oct 1. At least evmeat dealer and pack era throughout Uie United State are with, mit the pale of the new meet Inspection law, which became effective today. acoordlng to a statement by Secof retary Wilson today. Tweqty-flv- e these already bave had Inspections, lint It was found that their planla were not in shape to permit them to enbusiness. Fifty gage in Interstate others, many of them in New York, have notified (lie dejiartment that they have Just beard of the extent of the taw and asked for inspection. en Washington, e AGAIN POSTPONED. New LOURIEEN DEAD IN DISEASES, 1 g tion. Oct. 1. Fourteen New Orleans. dead and as many more missing Ik ihe result of last Thursday's hurricane In the vicinity of New Orleans. Twelve In Mississippi persons were drowned sound, two wen- killed in interior and towns of southern Mississippi more than a dozen flahermen are reported missing ir the delta region of the Mississippi river anii'h oMhia city. This summary is baaed on repurtn from almost every loan or settlement in or about the region named, aurh places as could not be communieaied with by telegraph having been reached chief. The chief stopped me in my dPsrtlp-Ik- by boat or horse.i still without suffiNew Orleans stating tht my brother had alcommunication and ready been there, and that it was the cient telegraph same old bunco game again that I eastern malls sic three to Bair daya overdue. had just been buncoed. could he done. He 1 asked if nothing said he had sent out a sergeant with There wap foine thing about I hi my brother in the hone of identifying fonnatie. shpeliln' a man kin c .me some if these me. I asked fur an of- home full a goat an' wroi'e jlsi a ficer to accompany me that I might sinstble a sbpet letter aa he klu whin i take a hand Rain the Rebuilding of Alabama. ha AND WELL I o.n-aid- -- QUICKLY GET : : double-- one of his best which we shall begin to print in a few days. In selecting Hesper we have been guided not only by our own judgment but by the opinions of competent reviewers who agree that it is the author's best story. WELL - e HESPER GET would bv hei cv to await mi I a:.i that un liiv.t.c; and 1 wen- Itf- h iiuiioK. an. I the chief tinned to tills Hgus office aud uskii! if he coiiM uni arrjugi the to get ret urn f of 'h lUuluj II in ihe lhice. and U- .. if lha he gate him ail lumr m plied two lie ihniighi lie couhl gc in touch them with mn and co.ihl promise a of some I:1 lie annum: of the ni.nc. The chnf asked :f was .tg,vf;t:i'.i to this and 1 said that if f.e mt.i an ufflcei or de:eciie well Inin I was quite ag:i cable f ir turn lu ir to got a return of tin inone. Th- - ctiifi theree upon asked this Ulan o sp.ak uu.l :hc lei: me .ilnnc Un 'lien : re! urn the chief sutd t:ia. his tuan had a pinposinou to make to me. und the prop.. sr. inn wan ilia1 he wouM loan me a lew humped dollars mi of his own private aivoiiu: to he oil the tvcoieri of m inoucv, bn; to negotiate Ills cti.vU i:c would require an hoar or iw... ,uel asked me Sim: was the least I riall could d, wi'h and get back ini indie? say .u S-- header CRYING era return. Wei-mc- Most of pur readers will recognize In this portrait the author who lives his stories, making them highly realistic pictures of the west. We have secured for our columns CHILDREN it i.-- r- ,. OARLAND IWfi. 2. IN THE DOMAIN OF SPORT PAPER NATIONAL LEAGU: HAMLIN NTOllER Sultan's Reception to American Am baesador Will Be Oct. S. Ambassador ConKtantlnople, Oct. 1. ldahniun' consultation with the Bui- -i an. which waa to bave taken place Or). 2nd, after a number of poatpone-mentM- . ha again been postponed. The ambassador has been Informed that. In view of tbe fact that the Sultan's birth alSTORM MOVING day la celebrated Oct. 2nd. end la ways succeeded by a religious feetl-va- l, his reception must be put off until New York. Oct. 1. The weather bureau tays: The gulf storm of last week Oct. alh. The audience, however, la afis now centered over the non beast a mere formality and in no wise emrelations between the portion of tbe Gulf of Mexico. It ha fect the nut developed aa yet sufficient energy bassy and the government which are to cauae more than fresh winds and normal nd friendly. rain in Ihe Gulf and Houth Atlantic IRELAND'S COMING GLORY. states. skin eruptions, Moat disfiguring scrofula, pimples, rashes, elr.. are due to Impure blond. Burdock Blood Bitters I a rlesnslng hiond tonic. Make you clear-eye- T. P- - O'Connor Conveys Hope. a Message of Ne York. Oct. 1. T. F. O'Connor, member of the Brill ah House of Common and president of the United Irish . of Great Britain, at a reception given him Sunday night by MuSENT BY THE POPE. nicipal Council of the United Irish Rome, Oct. 1. Baroti Paul Vnn league of New York, said he brought of the a message of hope to America as to Mathiea, a private Hope, and who receM ty abandoned the Ireland a future. "Thirty years ago," he declared, ''landlordism had ruled world- - becoming a priest, was received this morning in rivil audienre by the Ireland with its power to evict, to and to exile. XoW that powPoie. who' created him a monsignor rack-ren- t i'i'-and appointed him a pried at er la deatmyed. exrepl as to the price It will reertoe to leavo Ireland to the Cincinnati, saying: There you will have a vast, field for glorious future that await he'f. I believe that In quarter of eentury your energies. Ireland will have all the right that, bave been accorded Canada and AusCODY'S WILD WEST. dear-brained- , clcar-fklnne- h tralia." New York. Oct. Immigiani Commissioner Watehorn last night received a wlndeaa message from William F. Cody r'Bnalo Bill"), statin were due that be and his her today, on the Red Star steamship Zeeland. Colonel Cody ask the com1.- - euw-bov- s missioner to make anaugouents eo MOUNT CLEMENS FIRE. Mount Clemens. Mich.. Oct. 1. Fii early today destroyed the Avery hotel. !. $5u.rHin. The annex, containing the first bath house built here, wa baved.