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INDEPENDENCE, l'OLK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1895.
I'ivo Cents 1'cr Copy.
DR. S. A. MULKCY,
The l'nft-Um picUvd In lu various
dram-he'. Satwraothm gumnniivil.
OAW inuil wont ,Mmli Hull, eornvr
Vain an.l .Uttmotttlt atrveta, epp.it In
(Vii.tcii.v Nalloiml lanlt.
T? L KKTCllim, M. IK OFFICE
C, ami residence, comer Jtnilroatl
iuJ Mimtuotttu !. ludeeudeno, Or.
rtt. J. ft JOHNSON, liEMDKNl
J IVnlwt. All work warranted to
girt Uif best of nUgfiwUou, ludepen
rH E. J. THOMAS, rilYHICIAN
L and Murgstm. Call itttnnlmt lo
or ,,,u OiHee Tiomac Phar
macy, ou .nta ctt, iuoitmouiu, ur.
GEO. A. SMITH. ATTORNEY AT
U. Will practic tu all UU
and federal court. Abstract of title
faruil)tsl. OMcu over Independence
8 AS II AND IKX)1.
11 JT ITCHELL ItOHANNOX, MAN
Y1 nfaolurer of Hh mul iWr.
Also, scroll sawing. Main street, hide
A O. U. W. INDEfESDENCE
, Lodge, No. 22. meet every Mou
dav n ik' ti t lu 1. O. O. r . It'ill. All' jour n
init brother lire Invited to Attend. V
U. Cook, M. W.j W. h. Wilklu, Recorder
HOAIKK LOUIE, NO. 45 K l of V
Meet every Wednesday evening
All kniiftit are cordially luvited. John
Kiohar.l'U Jr., 0. C-; J.li. Murm, K. of
East and South
r.iprcM train, run dully.
"so r. m Uv. T'ortUmF Ar. j :lo a.
ItlBf. . l.v. Allmoy Ar, 4:.l A. M.
)M a. . Ar. hm rrii.ii l,v. Ti . x
Eri''rtiiiml. ortiu t'liy. WMllinm,
Hair in. LiiriKT. Murlim. JollirMl, Allmiiv
Juiu'iinn. ThikiiI. hiimIiI, llulwy, lUrrlo-
brK. Juiictmu l.'liy, trviiis, Kiiif'iiB,;r,frll,
Drmin. nun all .uiiumh imm n.wvuuni awuiu
Uianil HKludlliK AlilMna.
rnrtland .M J A. M. I ftiwhur 59) P.
Uiwr .. A. M. I rurtlMitt .,..: A.
Ifirtl.iii! 4 fti h. I Siili-m e l'- r.
h.lcm mm a in.
rUnnil .l'rl A m.
Dining Gars on Ogden Route.
ri'LLMAN 1SUFFET SLEEI'EHH
Second Hbm 8Ih'io Cum fttliu'lied lo
nil tlinmcu trnin.
West Side Division.
Btwn Portland and Corvallla.
Mall train dally (e xtvpl Himrlwy )
1:4) a. uii. I l,v Pitrtland. -Ar I W p. m.
ll:t)i a. m. Ar..liidfpendt nce..Ar l:M p. !
12:15 p ill. I Ar. ... 'orvaUt.....l.v LJ:i P.
At Albiuiy'afiil ('iir"viUlironM'i Willi trains
U. C, A K. Hallmad.
Er'""" train diillyirxn'pt "iiriilayl
4-4.1 n. in. I l.v. Fnri and -,Ar nca.m
lj& Pil Ar. MrMliinvliU- l,v
Alrlle moll Tn-wwkly
te) . in
m a. m. ,t rrtUnil ...Ar :w P. hi.
p. iii. I.v. Muniii'iutli I'V t:!". '
kfi i. m. I Ar....... Alrtlo.biX'a,jm.
TlirmiKh tli-kflu lo nil pjilnu In thfl Vm. Irn
PtalM, ( mnula. and Kiirupv. ran bn olilalueil
from I. ('. I A HKV. AfUl, lnd-inili-nrv.
.MMiniKf-r. Awt. O. K. A r". Agt
VI V ' H a I K H .
hflU If ma xl!
JcaveatiK and Trade-Mark obtained and all Pat-
Jimt businein conducted lor MooraATf rtta. r
Jouaornet isOP)iTe 0, . P!"!?' '
Jremote from Washington, , . . . J
S bead model, drawing or pnoto, uh dewrlp-J
Jtlon. W' adviie, i( patentable or not, lr oil
Jcharif. Our fee not dua till patent l wcured.
I A P.mphlit " How to Obtain I'atenu, wlinj
jrw cl taow in'tht U. S. and foreign counlrie.J
Jient free. AddreM, J
I Oo. PATfMT Ornce, Wmihotoh, D. C. i
)lf you um! the Petalom
Incobatan a Bnadera.
i Uaka money while
i others are waatltig
1 time byold nrocraaea.
J H,ndilecTibe every
1 artkleneedcd for the.
ip-mi try buiineH,
mechanlcAllf the beat
.wheel. PrettlMit model.
I We art l'acific Coant
fAfrelita. Bicycle cnm.
Jill dencHptloiij TiricMi.ete. , aofwts WAWTKn.
fBTALOMA niCUBATCK .,PetlBnis,Ct'
BaAMcn liotmB, t?! ft Main fit., Lot Angeles.
American and EnropeanlWan.',
THOS. GUINEAN, PropHator,
Bcventli and Waaulngton 8U.,
1W'' ' HI) BM all W V 'W J
m I Hi lor hi
Oulside I Scfiool.
FostotBos Rubb4 at Waitsbarg, Wsih.
Kirlr.c of PsndUtoB with Coun.
SAX FRANCISCO, So.it. ltl-At lrut
1 mrml.iy'u tHWMUia of the utKrttr
court, wluTe TtictMttWw Durrwit U on
trhvl, wlnu tti fuurt mtjtiunnil until
litis iMomliiK. Mrs. AlUv Itnntnu wa
ou th stand utHltirirutuif cMss-pxitiirt-tiatUm
by ttie iliifciuto. siiuHi Hum tint
wttni'Shmi' inotticp huts illoil, d, as
tho funoral l Unlay hT tesrtuiouy wan
tlofomit In th iniMtulmo mul amithor
s'himl frloiij of IllanoliD Uimmt wiu
taf I mi tli wnml ly tlm prtmit uUou
lit Hii la-rsmi of Mis May Laiilunn.
Sho ii-Milllitl thai itlie ktunv Mr.
iHif ttJiuiuitl ltliirh ljutioiit, Kin- luiit
last n lilaui'ka ou April 'M. Uo
Ml Kt-luKil with Mia I'li'ajtinit, Utrtv
Mr. iMvan, a few inltuin-s nfKor 3
o tu artfrntam of April ltd. Tlioy
waiKisi ut rowiii to I'iiliri.rula trtHt
two lilia-k. She mw lllnmliu Ijiiiiunt
on tlit t-ant itltU of the Powell mrt'ot
dummy K"l8 toward Mark-i. Illiimhu
wa ai-fuiiiiuiiiiiHl liy a ymina man
whiMii nlm UMUitto.t a Dnrrdnt, Sho
was i.imi,'umriy nnprvmnsi hy itils, U
etit tlto rii'os of i!n aclm.il tltmtiun
toitanml ifhln roIiik to or fmin ai h.n
with youiitf nun. 8ho tltwilU'd Dt
rant's owtuine tnltiutt'ly ou that tc
in cni-exa initiation the uVfoimo
trtinl tu Uiw that tho hloMiiUatlon of
Ihirr.int wn m(.nrftct Ix'-aiine tli
wlliu'iut rould not i all o( hu finv
sa at on the far. Tint wltnttm
mi Id mho tMuliI M' his fact' from his
ii. mil down, and warn ootflUve In Imt
riu ii fuliawtvl a tiutuU'r of iiuosilou
In thi! smut tttraln, nil tint with the
luirii.wi' tkf irt'ttlnit tho Avlliu'iut to n:
kuwlt,U,t Khu wan not In a nwltt,m
to iimkn a ihisUIvo Idi'iitllltnilon of
lMirnmt at that tltuo mid tilaii. Mien
Ijinluni, howpvrr, anlil she rv itnut'd
him iiitmlmakalJy. frmti ninny t-hnrar
liM-lNtlcx, pitrilrularly hi lontt hnlr and
tlk'ht niinutiai'ht. I'mlcr qinvilloii of
tho ili'f.'iisii tho wit nt'ss tuld how nh
had Kmn to th rliy prldan hi w If
th iirbtimcr who had Jut hwo arrfttt
txl was ih iumih man whom h saw
with Ul imtlii'. The ilrtiwtlvt had told
hr tit hlt'iirify tho younit man If ltt
rtiiicnlxwl him, If not to say 'nothing
l)in rim t was thn lirtiiiitht Into tht
room of Um chlt-f of jioniv, and wit-
ins had iMSltlvt'ly rtvoKiilxt'd him.
rhruiik'li a loin; writ' of outtnlnim df-
fciiKi! trit'd to shake the wltup' Idi-n
tltlrathiii. hut Hlit) was 111 m In lu-r
opinion and was a roh1 wiuh-hs foi
!. A. Sti-vt'ti. a crtpm.in on 'Hip
Powpil HtTift ahle IIiip. knew ii Mhlna
nuUi'tUil, and was not cruKS-rxamlncd.
Mrs, Mary oki1, the m-xt wlintfis,
was juikitl by th tllstrlft Utornt'y:
VIl h of tltfse iKTaona prtwut la the
"J'li u yminc man alttlnfc ihero," uu-
h'Sitatliufly Tfpllfd th wltmx.
Jnd-iP Murphy waattti muro posiiiva
hlent ih .ttloti. Amhl gTeat pxi'ltpnn-nt
the wlincsn l'ft the sriand, walked to
where Purrant witsalttlng, awl, touch-
In him on tlie ahouhler, said: "Here
he Is; Nun's the man."
Duirant was the only man In the
court room who annwvii no sutus or
exflt'ini'iit. Throughout thp scrutiny
of tint wit nun he sat 1n perfect jippar
ent calmm, nlUioUKh uw that the
ae him every day a more serious os-
p"ct, he hold no more 'numerous con
versations wllh hi vnrtmt. Mr. Vt
Kol then told 1w, from her window
he wiiicIkhI Theodore Durrairt walk-
iu ix up ami down In front or the Mrr
miil m'liool. lie U-gnn his waltlnn nl
von minutes ta two, and rt'in.niH'U
until school was out, at 3.
She wa suspicion or his aniearnnee
id Intention ami wntcln'd him
tiiroiitfh her opera Ki.'isse. neii
fli.iol vu over -two Kins fame out.
Durr.iiit appronelif.il them, !if tint? hlit
hat. All three ttiuinU'd n no row en
street ear going toward Market street.
One girl went Inside the oar, and one
with mtrraiit, sat on the dummy. She
tuld her hiwhnnd of he young man s
Conduct. Mie nrierwuru hi''""'"
the prisoner' picture in inc pajM-rn
uiin im u-n iirrested. Mrs. Vok'1
wna very Indignant under cross-examl-n-iMim
funaiilorlnir nnv douht ("fit up
on her testimony n a personal Insult.
Dofense gained nothing Dy tne cros
exnmlinuMon. 8he wn jiosmve lie
yond n douht that tho prisoner was
the man ne imii wen koihk ' "
eM dressed ttn was isiancnu mm
on the last auernoou ou ,o
Mrs. .Tame Crossett was inc li
nes of the day. She Is on ciueriy
womnii and said she had known Dir.'
rant well for four years. On the day
n.nt uinn-he I,amoiit was niunlered
she said that she was riding in n a
lencla street car when she saw Dur
rani; silting on the dummy In company
wlOh a young woman wnom
uot know. . 4
Hhe Identineti nurrnni i
noBltlveni'SH. Winn Known tn .:......-
L,.vn i.ir ittnnehe I.amont at the time
of her murder she wild that the young
woman she saw wiin jMimn.i
" . i...ll mul innti.l'llll
garments or sunnm -
The pair rou " ib - ----t
2"d wlreet. wihere they hft tho eat,
... -i. ,i i I,. r. ,t TtiirlloM
procwtiiuig ' "'"""; ,
.tw.iif. Kmanuei cnun-n m on
street, between 22d and 2.1.1.
Mrs. (;rosseiis u-nunwnj
shaken by cross-examination.
Tlin ELIiBNSittJK i,i.viiiviki.
. . . . s ti .,iTf wno
Kllenhnrg, Wash., Sept. KS.-'iiie
trial of Mike Llnder, 1 Illlitslnker,
V Keimwly, Frank Fiegole and Uob
ort Miiko fir camplw'lty in the lyntfli
Ine of the Vlnon lat nmnth began
todav. Mnn Juror -were temporarily
iiasst'd when the list was exlintisled.
'rim enitrt ordered a special venire nnd
ndjouritod till Wedniwwlny.
hop ncKtoTts' quarrels.
T-,.i. VnHmn. Sent. lrt.-An un
known Imp-picker hulling tm
halls litis evening cm uimr
field of Mayvllle, Oregon, with a case
knife In a battle over the Pwess4n
of a stove Claimed by both. 1 ho left
oar ami Joft thumb if Redlleld are nl
most nmputeted. Tho assailant Is
...mi .f nniri. with officer on the
run b i
tratlC' POSTOFFICE nonnBD.
Vtibi Walla, Sept. lC-Word -was
rwelved by otllcer this monrfng from
Waltslmrg, a small town elKWm
miles west of here, that the ipostofllc.9
had bouu ruMmt, The thlew effected
an pirtrtuax) by brmiklng optn a rear
tutor onitt tune iH'tween Hatimlny
evening ami Huudny morning, nnd ty
insi use or (lytutmlie or slntit powdt
ltlew nen the tstfe. They . ttecuml
M Mih nnd sininp to the amount
of 1.1ft, The fildiery was dlm-oveivd by
in MtimaPer wheu lie opeiied tho of
nee Mimiay morning.
WU.V tX HtNTKIlFlOlTKUS,
reiuMeton, Or., Setd. 10,-rendleton
antl I'matlllA county nro having quite
an pfperletico with eoimterfelier,
Iteputy U. 8. Marahal Iteniioy ha two
beforu CtmmlsltMHr Iteeti' court and
the third got lu hut wtirk on 8. II
I lick, today. A man came Into Hicks'
grain yard and said he wanted to nur-
ehaso etwugh chop feed tu IniH hi
team over night, llhks charged him
00 cent. The stranger gave him
ten-dollar gold piece, lllck gave the
man .so in gotni money. The trnn
ger nld lie would leave the feed there
a few mliiutMi and go to a aloon for
a drum, returning inter, lie han
conm yet, Hicks ha a the $10 piece,
which 1 no good, V, 8, Attorney
Murphy come WiHiwday to the ex
amlnathm of Iine and Clark, the
eouuterfcltor now In custody, It
sahl I, sue lm made a written cou
ran ITAI.UNM ti t.MajcmuTi'
The Taklin; of Home u a lirt of the
tnilcatro, Seitt, 1i,-Thn Jialhin md
dent of (Mikturi are urgiintnliig for
two das' cololinttlon lu honor trf On
a.M'h annlvemiry of Itnlmn ltulit'ud
eiiH awl th witraw'e to Itoiue of lltt'
It.tllau tna Nitcmber UM, ls"
Pherw will In .i liamim riepiemher -
Mill a 4tko.mt,r p trade on the '.':.
Coiiiit ItiixadiirtMkl, I lie It.itlnu consul
ttt t'hlctiH rtnt'lviil revutly an oillclal
cotitmtinli-itlon fiitm the Italian inln
Ister tf foreign affair ttt Itoiue that
Hie Inllnn iarllamitt had itisnetl
law making the aunlvcrs.tiy a national
t'outit Itaxiilowitkl itlale that tlie
anniversary will -lie celebrated wher
ever there I any l.irve iiunila.r of Hal
l.tu resident, and In ll ue the fetlv
Itie will lie on a grand settle. The
eomojl, IsMiig li-rnr!tlisl a to what
action hi Jiollnu Hm (tope would
lake, Willi refer iui' In the Italian
pirll.'Mtieut actum, ai d If any tb inon
Mratlo!i fr-eti the vatleait wa i-x
"At Itoart she holy fill her I an Hal
inn. ami cannu help viewing wilh
tin r.tof on Mw ifngn-t md prosper.
lly of Hie Italian mtilon timing the
list ttiar'4r of a century."
YANKKH 1UIV.S WIN.
rhll.ldeihl. 8,,1. 1H.-The Inienm-
llonn Tset ttmti'h laltveen the tlx
fonl and Ounlirldife, past nnd prttfoirt.
(imi tnn uiuvemy or renmylvnnld,
patt and ireont. team, which began
l-'rlday, .wa llnWiml Mil afemooit,
and wa won ty the Amerlean tiam
I.v 1UI num. In the first Innings the
visitor (Mhil up 2Kl run, ami as the
home cloven made ltt i:w. thing
iitOKUti tlociilHlly ,lui. In the seoond
Innings, htiwever, the American put
together ;ti7 run, irlvlng them a lend
of Hil run. The visitor ctmld ihi
gang. lher.wl.ft bowling of Patterson
and K. W. Clark In the wi-ond Innings.
II ml made Imt ill mux.
DRAMATIC SCENE IN THE H0UTH
Banstor Tillman and His Brother liar a
Bittar Paaaac Orar Baa
COLUMBIA, S. C. Hept. !i).-The
prxHtNHllmg of the constitutional con-
veutloii tialay were churaeteiiwd an
exciting IlgJit bcliwtvn SMiaior Tlllmitn
and hi brotlier, (ieorgu 1), Tillman,
on the (iiestiou of naming a new enmi
ty, ileorge i. Tillman on Xaturclnv
had sueeeedeil In geltHig the county
named ltunhT. HeiMior Tillman wes
absent at the time, and returning to
day, Hie moved to change Hie name to
Saluda. In a imismIoimiio speech he
charged Henator HuUer with lading a
traitor to his party and said that to
name a county after him was an insult
to the reformer of the rnte. Oeorgo
D. Tlliuian, in trcpiy, taunted his broth
r 'With lighting the man whom he
hal defeated and dramatically strik
ing hi In-mint ex oln lined: "Thank (Sod
there 1 no ieutlmcut In my heart that
would make mo stoop o low."
Tho eene 'beeamo exlwinely excit
ing and the convention was In wild
mtifiiHlon, which conlluued linlill ad-
Journiinent. A vole wi tlnally Af
tainetl, Menator Tinman carried hi
IHiljit iiuul the new county -wn named
Saluda instead of I! u tier.
THE CHURCHES ASSESSED.
I'lireo Million Dollar Added to
Portland Assessment Roll.
Portland, Sept. Kl.-Tliero will lie a
great flurpruw In church circle when
the new assessment Is made public.
About three million dollars' worMi of
property belonging to the various
church, which hitherto has not been
assessed, m included this year. As
sessor Oreenleaf ha assessed all
ihnreh property except that which is
strictly devoted to church purposes.
RICH GOLD MINES.
Union, Or., Sept. lfl.-TAnother rich
discovery of quartz, la reported from
tho eastern part of the county. Tho
ledgo wa found by David I laird on
Oooao creek, about twenty-five miles
from Union. It Is about twenty Inches
thick and show a truo Unsure vein.
Representatives of lx placer mining
claim on tho headwaters of the
Ornndo ltondo river, in this county,
were here today getting tho title to
their property perfected. They expect
to soil those clnlms to an Kuropan syn
dicate, whoo agent will arrive Mil
WILD MAN FROM BORNEO.
Denver, Colo., Sept. 14. A special to
the Time from Cheyenne, Wyo., says:
"Jame Wnlrfh, agt-d I0 years, tan
amuck yesterday in the region along
Rig Goose creek, near isiierldan, Wyo.,
nnd shot and killed II. N. Robinson,
a ranchman, and Herbert Llnvllle, a
farm laborer, 'Walsh was a u,uaner
on Robinson's kind and was enraged at
effort to put him off."
Tnnver. Colo.. Sent. 14. 'An addition
al shortage of $!),027 has boon found
In tho county trenmirer'g accounts,
which may Increase tne namiity oi
tho bondsmen to nearly $220,000.
noliMiilbn. O.. Sent. 14. The Colum-
bu. Sandusky & Docking Valley rail
road was sold today for $4,100,000. It
wa bid in by W. E. Gucrln In behalf
of the bondholders' commidttce.
xpecls lo Deiiirone the Prest
Cholr Hit Tska Ortr Ituld
Honolulu Than tha Authorltioa
Ar Wllllni to Admit.
RAN FRANCISCO, Sent. 1 Wiener
at Antonio Kteta again nntkoiinces his
determination to rciuru to Salvador,
tieptwe rresiiient titiiierri and as
sume control of Hid country himself,
lie tui gone so rur as to secure mis
ago on the steitiner City f Sytlney
which will sail fur Central American
port next Wednesday. Kxeta says
he will land at one of I tie Mexican
port and thenco procetxt to Ii Mln-r.
lad, where he hope to be Joined by
a trusted twillil of follower, the liUlli
ber lucrcMNtng s the stjeadron chargt
toward tui capllitl, lie exp.t.' to en
tor the city of Han Salvador lu tii
Theohliery will desi'rt the dandard
of Oiiltenv and the fierce trllie of
half -tiriHsts and Indian under (leneriil
Rlvn are exptvletl to flm k to Eiieia's
side. Eeia hits been waiting for
fund and the failure of rt'inlilancrs
to arrive before Wednesday will, he
says, aloim prevent his embark lug on
hi career of capture ami triumph.
San Francisco, Sept. ll..-1'rlvaie nd
vice received from Honolulu and pub
llshed here todny state that tholera
Im tteeured a stronger bold on the
Hawaiian capital than the authorities
there ore willing in admit. The na
lives are said tu he inuiii .nfincd ai
the local health nllli lalM. They ml on
ly coinisil new case, Imt lUtilne to
use lite treatment tirexcrllc, ami hhle
the fatnllile riiiliaitt from the col
Hemic. The unlives will tint trust
thetuselve lu the hand of I lie hoard
of health If they can avoid it. believing
such treatment iiteiin eotimln death
IS NOT A CANDIDATE.
Cleveland Wants no Third Term-
Rochester. N. V., Sept. 11. Mr. Lu
clan T. Yoiiuiaua, a staler of Presi
dent Cleveland, living at Ontario.
fiayne county, snld .emphafteally to-
Jay (Imt the president had told her
peisouiilly that lie would not lie a can-
diiiate for a third term, and did not
believe In it.
THEY FAVdll WHITNEY.
San Francisco, Sept. 14. The Even
Ing Pout has asked the chairman of
the varlottM democratic county commit-
tciw In California fur their oi'liiion as
to tin iiiont aviillahle cnudldate for
the democratic pri'tilth-uUal iiomlna
Hon. The aliwist tuianliooit verdict
I for William ( Whitney for the
nominee. Out of a large ihiiiuht heard
from all but one or two are outspoken
In their preference for the ex-were-tary
of the navy. Two or thru' of the
remainder would prefer other lenders
did (ireumtauces seem to render them
available, but, as lliey say ihl I not
the case, Khey name Whitney.
One Is decided for Aduu Stevenson.
There was not muck unanimity on the
iitestlon of the vh-e-presldency except
that a Weetern iiiiin shoiibl be select
ed. Two named Stephen M. Wlihe, two
nre for (lovernor Hudd, and exCon
gressman (leiiry, Kx-Oovcriior Role
uud (leneriil Paliner are also men
CHIEF OF A TOUCH OANC.
Jame Clark, a Counterfeiter,
PENDLETON, Or., Pent. 1I.-A tele-
phone messege from Pilot Rock was
received Ihl afternoon from Deputy
United Sloles Marshal J. M. Iteiilley,
lying he caught .Ins. t'hirk, the coun
terfeiter, chief of a gang w ho have
been operating In tho county noiiIIi of
Pendleton. Ileiilley left Pendleton IiimI
Wednemhiy in possesslirn of liiforiun
tlou where Clark's rendezvous could
be found, also where a Lime- Amount
of Hptiiioii 'half-dollars bad been
burled In a secluded spot. He saw
where the money hail bet-n tiinied but
some one had been there before him
nnd dug It up. Clark was found on
Texas bar, one hundred miles from
Pendleton, on Ihu north fork of the
John Day river.
REVISE THE HULKS.
Mako Them lo O.it off All Sports
With Hi'l'h'h SnoltM.
London. Sent, 1 1. Tho Pall Mali Gu
ise! to this Afternoon any if the rule
prevented tho New York cominlllec
front declaring void tho race Inst Tne-
day iM'lween Vulkyrlo ami Defender, II
I high Hino tho rules were revised,
In tho saino article the owners of
Defender aro reminded Mint, there Is
an Ititermitloniii cup offered by the
Royal Victoria flub, of Uyde, await
ing a challenger and It Is suggested
that If the AtnerUiins have nny fault
to find with l.lio com! I lionet under
which coiHjHillllon for that trophy Is
to 1 conducted, tl.ey 'had belter rilale
Unir objecthuis wiUiout delay.
A COSTLY RLAZIO.
Cincinnati, 0 Sept. 14. A building
on tho southwest corner or inn anil
Water rttt'celm luirned entiy today, en
tailing a lo of $11)5,000. Tills Is tho
third tlmo itho plueo has boon burned;
twlco while oivMtpled by Kmery Rrnl It
er, tho present owners, a a candle
.'tctor-y. Tho Jacob Weller company,
packer of plckli and manufacturers
of cider and vinegar, loso on ma-
hlnery ami stock valued nt $70,000,
witih $i!0,(HM) liiruiiaico. Tlie origin of
the Uro la believed to bo Incendiary.
HE COULDN'T HIDE.
Washington, Sept. 11. -Prof. O. V.
Riles, for many year, entomologist of
tho department of agriculture nnd well
known among gclentlsls In this conn
try nnd Europe, while riding a bicycle
wus thrown, his head hitting the curb
stono with eiich force 1 bat hi skull
was fractured. Tho Injuries aro be
lieved to bo fatal.
LONG DISTANCE RIDING.
New York, Seit 14. R. P. Searl, tho
blej'cllst who left Chicago rnt 4 o'clock
Sunday morning, arrived in New York
at 3:35 today, 8 henra and 25 minutes
ahead of tiho host previous record be-
twoen the two clllcs. ,
dent II salvado
NOT THE FI RST TJ M E.
Ooru to Re Used n Fuel lu Hie West
Chicago, Sept. 14,-Wllh a 2.ftoo,0U0
btirthol crtflt the Wtt will have i-orn
to burn. Anvordlug ttt A Kaiisa City
dlMNtih a ii'lug houac ciimiNiny Im
nlwidy lne4l oiiler to II W'tehllit
hoiimt to ImvUi tho 110 of corn for
fuel as so. ,n ns It can 'Is' Drought for 12
ooul a ihtiMhol, Ou 1 lit liasl of the
May juice, wli.li due Allowance for
freight and for tho dlrtcotiut from the
cout rset price for off guide, corn on
the Wtwlern farm 1 tiol much over
1 o cent a bushel.
Tlie isti.'i rop of com I practically
made and without doubt 4t will be a
rtvotHMireaker. It I llgureil that the
total yield f corn till )enr will ls
2'l2,.iHSi,(Nifi biiMhels. It will not be
far from double the quantity of corn
produced lust year ami fur In exec
of tlm quantity of corn produced in
ny of the mar eroii In the hliory of
I'rlci hive ls-n tlemoralired alitiply
III ailtuipiiMon. JlmemlMT
toiuihetl 27 cent lat wts-k. On the
b:il of the prtwent price corn will
I mi cheaper I'hau ctsil for fuel during
the fall nnd winter In the ft ate w st
of the Mississippi river. It I sal
that cxptirliiient hit wliown Hint a ton
of dry corn will go further In priHluc
lug si en in Hutu a Ion of coal.
Anthrnclie coal lahl down In Kansas
City, 4veu at reduced freight rule,
tHwt id a ton in car lot. At iMiinm
in tne interior r Ktinsiis. NobnifkM
and western town It cosi from $7
lo $11 a ion. At tihofc anie Milut corn
i wort ii rroui j .,,- tu I a ton on Hit'
cult, low iiial can delivered lu
central NobroHka t nlsitit $;i.fi a tmi,
.tun iiiinoi ckii nt ft. Jn lowa native
lufiimltioii coal ci.tit over f2 a ton
A pcomtniiit operattir ou the board
or trade today offered to forfeit til).
nt") if he could not furnish the Alh-y
i, wiui Nru for fuel at a hw nmt
THE '"SWEET PEA" GIRL.
Peculiar Anion of a Young Woman
lu the Durrani Case.
San FrniietKco, Sept. ll.-Tho eighth
wee or tne Durrani trial w i t h has
Jiiat closed ha become celebriled by
tne peculiar action or a young wom
an who l known lo Hie notice and
niitniiiant at the trial as the "Sweet
i cii tun." ine, niywieriou young
woman who na won ihl it.tiue Is one
of the conundrum Hint the iioliie enn-
not solve, nine Ihe trlii begun h
has occupied a cat In the court room
near Hie prisoner neary every day.
iMirnim uni not noiieu her at rst. but
after a few tlttys he was eeti lo cast
simile nnd sly glamvs lu her direction
In return for Ihe smile kIic liroiighl
llowcr -elmoat Invariably weot unit
Tint cxeliiinge of glance became more
frequent ami the Interest of the polh-e
wa aroused. At llrst it was smmoKcd
simj was a deluded crank who had
been attracted by Durrant wenk-
iiilmlixl women often are, bv the no-
lorlety of his position, hut Hie (Killer
were convinced unit he had some
strong motive for her behavior. This
belief was liiteusllled by an Incident
that occurred lu court Thursday. Af
ter the usual exchange of glances
Durrani wrote a note to her which
was handed to her by his father. Tho
elder Durrant and Ihe girl chatted In
the corridor a few minute, afh-r which
he returned lo hi son and Informed
hint of Ihe Interview. This fiction
nimtxcd the police more than ever,
and It wn determined lo make a
strong effort to ascertain the Idem lly
of the woman. When court adjourned
detective trailed her. lie followed
her till nightfall, when she crtcd on
i ferry to Oakland. The young wom
an evidently knew she was followed.
howevnr, for upon landing she rode
to the suburb where she was lost
to view after a long chase. The search
will ls continued as the jmllee believe
Durrant nnd she have some important
HciTut In common which concern the
OFFICIAL CROP REPORT.
Wheat Yield not So
Washington. Sept. H,The ftatlstl
nl report of the agricultural depart
ment Issued itoday gives a review of
the general crop condition not com
prised lu that made public en Ihe 10th
Inst. It says Hint In Minnesota there
Is a lower wheat yield than was nntlcl
piiited, and considerable smut also Is
prevalent In North Dakiin, where
IhrosJilng show a very good yield.
A to the Pacific coast the report
show Oregon Improved since An
D I S IM ' Rl ! E D CO N D I TI O N S.
New York, Stilt, 14. -The develop
ments beating upon tlie prices of stock
xehntige sit'iuillcrt yesterday were
I'galu operative today, cawing ex-
Ircme acuvlly In dealing, iitlemlisl by
a pronounced weakness. Calm reilec-
tlon over night on the part of the Hit-
nuiial otinminll.v at largo resnlled In
the conviction that the general nut-
look Is such ns to warrant decided
tuition. OulHlde holders of necuiilles
were not disported lo risk the possl-
1 1 lly of heavy liquidation In nppre-
lieiiclou of large .withdrawal of gold
for Hhlpnient next week.
Up to the close of biislnes today no
news of contemplated exports for next
woek had .been reported, nor had Any
further dopivslls tf gold by bunks or
Ihe wynd lento been made. The ex-
lituiige market showcl no rcllccHon of
today's heavy omtgo of gold aside from
an lnslguillcant fractional decline In
the rate for demand sterling. The un
settling Inlliience of tho tronrmry nit
nation wcio stunpleineutetl by rumors
of air Impending mlvawo In the money
market. Thus far a limner tendency lo
money rati has been Indicated ou
WOULD NOT OIIEY.
Chicago, Sept. 14. Mrs. Ruinehe
Smith of 42(17 Ellis Park, was mar
ried last night to William Allan Hart,
of Tucson, Arizona. Tho ceremony
was performed by tho Rev. W. P.
Merrill. The word "obey" was strick
en from Hie ceremony, which was pri
vate, only tho relatives being present.
"I nm not a 'new woman,' " said
Mrs. Smith last night, nn hour previ
ous ito tho ceremony, "hut I do not
think any woman will 'obey,' nnd
therefore I think that part of the cere
mony should be omitted."
Mr, Hart is n wealthy miner of Arl-
sionn. lie owns the oro million mine,
beside having a 1000nie.ro fruit farm
Hi vicinity of Tucson. Mr. nnd
Mr. Hart, After tho ceremony, left
for their future home In Che West.
A DAY OF MOURNING.
Calumet. Mich., Sept, 14. This Is
funeral day f.t Call ret. Every henrso
in the country hns been pressed into
wrvlco and tho mini ore Idle, tho
miner being Imsy going from one fu
neral to Another, in addition to tne
30 killed lu Oweol.i a week ago, four
miners have since teen killed hero by
Jniltte accident. i , , i
in flPifi myitis
m nmuiiunn niiiLLiiuu "TN
, ,. 1A
lOfl l (ill
Th Wlnnr in Each Cam Will Enir
tha Inumatlnnal Contaat with
NEW YORK, Sept. 14.-Cre.it inter
eat wa taken ttoduv lu American Ath
letio Union cluuuploimhlp event on
am ii nun an iieni, owing to ibu fact that
(he victorious one would pariklisitu
lu the Iniernalloiml game next Sat
urday with representative from the
London AUileilu club. Tlioo who ex
poeted to e sotno record broken
were dlrHippoluted, a only two record
Half mile rtin-C. Kllpatrlck, New
org A. U, llrst; W. H. Illjiple, New
Jersey v. A eeond. Time IM !.
One mile walk -S. Llebgold, P. A. 0
tlrst; L. Lieligold, New Jersey A. 0
second; (line 7: HI 2 5.
120ynrd hurdle- Stephen Chase, Now
lork A. C, tlrst; K. 11. ,;,aly. .New
York A. C, ccond; time, 15 3 5 see-
4 tl yard run T. E. Hurke, Huston A
C. A. A., llrst; (1. Sands, New York
a, c, second; lime 41) a r second.
one mile riin-O. Ortoii, New York
A. C, llrst; A. Walsh, A. C, second
Pulling 1 pound hot-W. C. Hieock.
New York A, C, 43 feet, tlrst; 0. Wut
terlch, Pnsiltne A. C, 3S feel 3 Inches,
Two-uilio bicycle, clas A.-P. ,T.
Dickey. New York A. C. llrst; W. A.
R.Mitne, New Jersey A. C, sccoiid;
time. ;:.u 4.
Running high Jump M. F. Sweaney,
Xavlcr A. C. llrst, six fct; S, A. W.
Itnltaxxl, New York A. C, second, five
reel ten inches.
Throwing Hl-potmd hnnimer-J, S.
Milchell, New York A. C 13!) feel,
indies, ii nut j n. ii. rri, new
irk A. C 131 feel, secmid.
Three mile walk-H. Uilrgold, P. A
( llrst; L: I-elbgold, P. A. C, second
22ii-ynril dashWi fers, Ne.v York A
C first: J. V. (runt second; lime 'l 4 5
Riiiiutiig broad Jump F. Itlon, It. A
A., 22 feet 2 Inches, tlrst; H. II. Clark,
It. A. A., 21 feet Mj luclie. stnond.
Throwing fid pound weight J. F,
Mlt 'hell. New York A. C 32 feet 74
lncH. lirsi; (1. Wllerlch, P. A, C,
.11 feet 7'i Inches, second,
2-.iyard hurdle, tlrst he.tt-E. H.
Cody, New York A. C, llrst; M. Cohen,
New Jersey A. C, second; time 2515.
Second heat S. A. Syme, New Jersey
A. C, tlrst; J. Cosgrove, Rldgetleld A.
C ecoml; time 20 3-5.
FIRE AT NORTH REND.
A Small Town In King County, Wash
Seattle, Sept. 14.- Fire broke mil al
North Item), In do eastern part of
King county district, thi evening. It
started In a store owned by W. S.
Taylor, who had bought a stock of
good, but had not put them In the
building, n hen the tiro was ciscov-
ervd this building wn a mas of
Ihtmc, and istipie turned their efforln
to saving other property with a bucket
William Ilolbrooka dwelling and
Holbrisik' shoe store Were destroyed
and W. O. Weeks' store nnd Hustln's
hotel were damaged. The total loss
I $4,ow, with little or no Insurance.
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
SupKrsed Iturnlng Ship Seen
1oiig Island Villagers.
Southampton, N. Y Sept. I t. There
I every reason lo liellovc that a ship
was burned at sen oir this Long Island
village early this morning, Imt as yet
nothing dellnlle can be learned. The
Haines were seen by cottagers, nnd In
a short time a large crowd Assembled
at the liciHii watching the unusual
sight. It Is thought that the vowel
was about nve miles from shore: As
the crew have not landed they must
have either been picked up by a pas
ing vessel or nro lost.
liio fact that a thunder Storm pre
vailed At the tlmo lm led to the Ixilcf
I hat the vessel was struck by lightning
and net on lire.
AN UNPARALLELED SUIT.
Snokanc. Wash., Sept. 14. -A suit
was begun today lu the superior court
of this county which hns no parallel
anywhere In the world. Iionls Zelglcr,
one of tho highest Masons In the Unit
ed Stnttes, brings suit against four Ma
sonic bodies for claim aggregating
about $2,000. Several month ago his
son. Win. II. Zclgler, wn sueti for
$1,411, balance lit his hands nt the ex
piration of hi term ns treasurer ror
the consistory bodies. This suit is a
counter action, and claims nro lor
money loaned, expenses Incurred, etc.
RIGID INSPECTION OF MEAT.
Washington, Sept. 14. Secretary
Morton twhty fliodllled Hie order Is
sued by tit I ttt AiigiiKt 2S, concerning
tho exportation of meat, changing tne
dale when It was lo go Into effect
from Septounber 10 itt) October 1(1.
rh! order provided for tne most rigid
luspiMilon of unent. ReprtwutaHvcs
of large packing Interests In New
York reported 'that Hie time given In
tho order was not sultlclent to allow
them to comply Willi its jmovIhIoiis
and if enforced their loss would run
Into the hundreds of thousands of dol
lars. SORT OF STEM WINDER.
Newport, Sept. 14. Tom Winder, ihe
United States const-line bicycle tour
ist, has Arrived here, having 12,205
miles to Jila credit. Winder started
from New Orleans March 14 In nn at
tempt to ride around the boundary of
the country In 300 consecutive days.
I lo crossed Texas and tho Sandy desert
of New Mexico and arrived in Souih-
rn California, followed itiho raellle
coast as far north At Seattle, thence
e,it alon'g the Canadian 'border as far
it Bangor, Me., whore lio turned his
wheel southward along the Atlantic
coast, which ho will follow as far as
St. Augustine, Fl.i., where ho will
turn west for New Orleans.
KILLED WIFE AND SELF.
Chicago, Sept. l-l.-'As the result of
fiiimily quarrel, Louis Hoffman, of
159 North avenue, shot his wife, Ihen
sent a bullet Into Iris own breast to
dny. Both will dlo.
Highest of 11 in Leavening Powers
1 1 II IIS
ii e nm ikes
IH LESSON EXPERIENCE TEACHES.
Th Vain of Printar' Ink to Him 'Who
Intnlllguntly Uat-a It How
to Out Heat Rnault.
Every hnslm man can Imcohic sue-
lowful ,.y piiijier Adverllrilng, It
never yet failed an ex'iieniiil toaster.
Given a iiierclunit who keiqi fair
go.Mi.-i nt fair prices; who iiilfrinrc-
sent nothing and treat hi 'ulom
er fairly; who ha dally ttpiu-e in a
bright iinwas-r of approval clncula
lion, mid who ha Ihe knowledge ttml
exHi-len to use-that spa'iioLhlng
inn proven htni Iwrtwlug hi buwl
neri tqi to the Mislble limit luqiosfd
ny terntoriai conditions.
inn not every man know how to
advertise, mid few of those who l.nk
the knowledge realize Ihe prollt that
tie in iiitelllp'tit ise of iii'ljitei' Ink
or will give the tmbJiH-t the careful
nwy ii.iat alone will Insure a kuowl
edge if the science.
Nome remarks on the aubjert of
k letitllie nderthtlng miade by a Imsl
i i- in in go tm lo the kernel of the
lulijii'f, ami have such value a cm
iKMlylug a ktiowletlge Ihrtvlmg from his
iwu cxiiperlewe, that they art; given
I ant a firm believer In advertising.
The advert Lament that we are wil
ing daily lu your p:iier ikivs ns a
i iiuln-d fold. Ft en j oti in-i-tiap'r
u-eii faiuiol comelvH of the large
liuoiiut of btirtliieM that I directed
o our tore through that advertise
ment f our. Why, sir, during all the
IM.rtt ycat. when ihe crv of hard
lime went up all over Hie land, we
were kept busy filling orders, find act-
!ally had the 'most prwporou year of
ur Ill-ill's existence. The ecret of
our riiiccess wa the manner in which
we used our Advertising space. Ad-
erasing pays, imt very few men
know how lo advertise so that It will
ay. A great ileal of ntiH.ey I wasted
In public announcement which bring
no retiifii, direct or Indirect: but the
icerchmit who, having the gcnls and
irtvitliig hi customer fairly, Intelll
getttly utlll,i ruitice in a wcll-clivu-
ited u.HVupaper, Is alieobttelv certain
(futures. Advert Ifeni do not get the
lull beiiellt of Hie space for which
they pay lu your paper. This, by the
way, Is not Ihelr fault, for advertising
is a science, and not to lie learned lu a
lay. I w us a Ignorant a other, nnd
ha taken careful studv. Inves'hm-
lion and experiment to learn what I
know Hint advertising doon par big
when properly dnno; and siiii more
important: I have learned lnw to do
properly. Any one else can learn
Imt as well, however. There nre nil
Kind i of advertiser. If an ad Is not
ittractlve It Is not going to enMi the
ye of nil. An nd that Is left In the
:iper, from mouth lo month, nnd yetir
to yeir, without hi nge of tvpe loses
ill Its nttrncllvenes!. To get the liest
wiilta from advertising, oim must
.iter to the wishes of tho public. An
idvctils incut Is like a show-window.
It should be neat, Attractive nnd give
cws of goods and price that will
n.nke nn Impression. An ad that Is
never changed Is like a show-window
that Is filled with goods In the winter
md I hca allowed to remain the same
iroiigh spring, summer and autumn.
show window filled with blanket
In the summer when the mercury is
loverlng around Ihe hundred mark is
anything but attractive.
The nd of n wide-awake merchant
lianges as rapidly as stales do, with
every now article that he get In stock,
and then It imist bo newsy. The rend
er iiiHist lie educated to look at your ad
or styles and -prices. It U a very
asy matter lo intake j our nd readable.
and oiteo the people get to looking for
It every day, th.'ii sum's lu .business
1(4 assured. ,
"Tho local llrina who advertise
properly arc siHvcssful And owe it to
ti e fact that 11wy have learned how lo
advertise. Their announcements nro
read every day and every week, not
by a few, Ihut hy all the subi-x-rihens.
Why, 1 know lot of people who look
for our nd every day. That Is what
wo 'want. That Is the icttrxm we
litinge It every woek nnd always
give thtitn something new. Some
meixthants adver-Hse every other dav.
This I n tgreat inilsttake. A live linn's
ml should, like the railroad Uine-tahle,
tie in the paper w cry day, and always
fresh nnd readable.
1 notlt one thing Yhat those who
advert bu host, get the ,tnost trade and
are prospering. fPhe limn that nre at
sla.inlI.IIl, or retrograding, nre the
oi'ios who doiK'ttd en their personal In
fluence for trade and Ignore the ad
vertising icolunins of the newspaper
wHh the circulation.
lite secret of fidvertkliifr ,nivnniilv
Is not known to nil. If some of our
llriiis who complain of lmnl times
would do a Utile scientific advertising
their ibusluoH success would ketvn
paoe with their advertising experience
Vast Unknown Region Retween Hud-
so-n's my and Rocky'Mouutatns.
A representative questioned Lieut,-
Gov. SchultJ! AS to whether It was In
ontoniplatlon to send any further ex
pedition, similar to that of last year
and the year previous, to the northern
part of tho district of Keewatln, Ills
honor said In reply that so far be had
not heard of any lu that direction,
and that there otily remained one such,
viz., from the west of Great Klave
hike to Christ iinniflold Inlrt, lo do Away
with the largest space shown ou Dr.
Dnwflou'a now well-known map of un
explored Canada, lie went ou to snj"
that lu his opinion the result of last
year's expedition was in every way
successful, nnd likely to be followed
by very important results In the fu
ture. "It will bo remembered," tilio govern
or observed, "that tho three great
- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
htkit of our vast northern region,
which are In area e large a Lake
Huron, Lake Erie, and lJike Ontario,
lie about midway between tho Rocky
mountain and the west iLre of Uud
ion' bay mul Hie lce4locked channel
which communicate with that tiny
from Hie Northwest. Between the
lake and Hudson's bay, It -will be
een at once by a reference to Dr.
Dawou'a map, lie Hie larger portion
of unexplored Canada. Thi great
area would lmve Iteen very much
greater had It not been traversed on
It western lde by Caitt. (afterward
Sir George) Rack, who discovered and
descended the Great Flh or Back
river, since that time rendrjd of pa
lliotlu Interest from the fact that for
It mouth tho scurvey-atrlcken rem
nant of Sir John Franklln'a crew
were making when storm and famine
stayed their progress, and left for
McOllntoek's battered Ixwt. the ekel
eton of brave men, and a cairn, which
told the sad story of their fate.
"Thi route lay almost dirotrrly north
from the head of the great lakes, but
still between It and the eastern and
northeastern conm tlrere lay Hie un
known kind, first traversed by the two
Tyrrell, in lXlKJ, from the head of
Athabasca lake, by a river which they
discovered, to the head of Chester
field inlet, and thence past Marble Is
land down to Churchill port or factory.
The exjiodltlon of last year was over
known water only a far as the head
f Reindeer lake. Thence eastward
and northeastward lay the dark tinea
hy which Dawson designate his unex
plored aerca, Tho expedition waa but
a small one, two white men Mr. Tyr
rell, of the Geological survey and Mun
ro Ferguson of hi excollency'o staff
with four Indian voyager, accomplish
ing the Journey through the t?ntire un
explored portion in a way which wa
In marked contrast to the large, well
fitted, abundantly stored and well-provided
exiMHlitlon of Sir George Rack,
who brought boat especially built
from England, with artificer of varl
ou kinds, nnd who had at his com
mand all the material resources and
the knowledge of such travel as the
Hudson's Ray company could afford
him. Loavlng the head of Reindeer
lake a short distance only, although
at a considerable elevation, brought
them to the watershed between the
eastern and western waters, and there
ceased all knowledge to be derived
from the Chippewyan of that region,
for between them and the Eskimos of
the coast there had been war so long
as the oldest member of either of ,
those people could remember.
"To thi fact I due, In some meaa
utv at least, the preservation of num
berless herds of reindeer encountered
hy tiio explorers in their perilous trip,
for a mutual fear hns left a wide line
of neutral territory, Into which no Es
kimo nor Chippewyan ventures, end
where the reindeer thrives. At the
summit of this divide the traveler had
to In some measure guess their way. '
Rills trickled Into pools, pool Into
small creeks, creeks Into small lakes.
These, combining, made a stream at
last down which cauoes might mok
a dangerous passage, for the descent
was great bet worn the divide and the
waters of Hudson's bay. They were
fortunate in rinding a river, which the
Eskimos, when afterward met, called
In their language tho White Partridge
river. This stream, with its formida
ble rapids, chutes, falls, And narrow
gorges, and with many ond perplexing
turnings, brought thein st last to a
point where, after fatiguing and dif
ficult portage of twenty miles, they
wore enabled to reach a smaller river,
which ttowed directly eastward, and
carried them to the shores of Hudson's
Mr. Tyrrell's report has not yet been
issued, hut it is understood that his'
olwervaBiona were scientifically of the
greatest interest, Aud owing to his dis
covery of the fact that a lluronlan
belt divides the ordinary Ijiurenttan
formation of the region there are fu
ture metalliferous possibilities which
may yet be very valuable Indeed, from
their nearness to shipping points on
Hudson's bay. From an anthropolo
gical point of view, the discoveries of
tho party wcro interesting from the
fact tliat there came under their notice
the peculiar condition of some hun
dreds of Eskimos who had fixed their
abode, unlike the habits of their race
elsewhere on the Arctic ami other
coasts of CanAda, in the Interior of
the country, the cause apparently be
ing tho complete destruction of almost
all sea animals of Hudson's bay by
tho whaling ships of Nantucket and
other ports, which, not content with
tho ordinary summer's fishing, have,
since the bay became a Canadian sea
till they ruined the source of supply
annually wintered at Marble Island,
off the month of Chesterfield Inlet.
This coiMlition apparently has driven
tlvese Eskimos to depend upon tne
reindeer and the fresh water foot!
fishes, with which all these northern
lakes nro stocked almost to repletion,
nearly altogether for their support,
and tho difference of food ond mode
of life has led to a better development,
at least in the statures of Eskimo
men, as Mr. Ferguson had Informed
him ho saw Eskimo men who varied
In height from five feet six Inches to .
perhaps five feet nine or ten inches,
though the women wore more than in
TJIE MORIA CLAIM iPSAJD.
Washington, Sept. 14. Seror de
Lome, the Spanish minister at noon
today delivered to Mr. Adee, Acting
secretary of state, n draft for an
equlvnkmit of $1,440,0001 drawn on
tho Spanish flunnclal Agent In London,
In settlement of the Mora claim.
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