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CLAIM A THIRD OH MONTANA.
Uuttc, Montaiin, fob. 24. Clinncellor
Chntlcs O'Donnell, who has been re
tained by the chiefs nml hcml mm of
tbo Hlackfcct nation to prosecute n
claim ngalnut the Uovciiuntnt of thr
United States, returned to lJiiJto yv
tcldny from tho UBervutloii, while he
attended Inst Sunday what wna ptob
nbly tho most Impottnnt eoutull ccr
held In Montana. Tho Indians claim
that through false representations
Timlo to them by tho ngents of tho Uov
, rmueiil lhc lmu been defrauded of
vrom 20,000.000 to 80,000,000 ncies of
land, or nearly u litis il of tho enthc
area of the territory now coinnilslng
ilio otato of Montana, 'lhe Indians In
terestcd In tho claim ate Uio Illnckfcet,
l'leRons, llloods, Illver Crows, Oros
Ventre, Asslnabolne. Teton, Snntcc and
Yanonal Sioux. Their grievances date
back to 1SS3. when tho Government act
npart for them, bo they claim, for a
period of nlncty-nlnc years, a vast ter
ritory as a milium; ground.
In 18S7 the Indians weto talked Into
a new treaty nnd their reservation was
cut down to a comparatively Bmall
area. Prior to that time, In 1871, tho
Government, by an Act of Congress,
took fiom tho Indians, without right,
as they claim, 20,151,200 acres, and
when In 1S05 tho Indians agreed to
release to the United States C30.000
acres for mineral purposes, their reser
vation had been reduced to a territory
about B3 miles square. Al lthls land
they claim was taken from them
through misrepresentation nnd fraud,
nnd In violation of the treaty of 1S85,
by which they wcro given a 99-ycar
grant on tho land which was nineteen
years later taken from thorn.
Tho suit will bo filed as Boon as per
mission can be obtained to do so.
AUSTRALIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY
Tho cultivation of sugar-, cano is
largely carried on In tho norllicrn coas
tal districts of New South Wales,
where soli and cllmato nro admlrnbly
adapted for that purpose. The gathcr
lnc of tho cano Is n picturesque accno,
but one that has rarely engaged tho
pencil of tho nrtlst. When the cano Is
ready gangs of cano cutters nro found
at work In n great field or paddock,
studded with Innumerable stumps.
The cutting Is performed with a curi
ous knife, with an exceedingly sharp
edgo nnd a llttlo hook nt tho back.
Tho cutter slnshes down n stool of cano
In a few vigorous strokes, severing
tho Btalks rU'ht Mush with tho sur
face. Then with the hook on the back
of tho knife ho picks up n cano, holds
.'.t bottom upward and with n slnglo
Liash sovers tho top. Tho baro stnlks
nre thrown in a heap ready to bo car
ried to the trucks. ' It Is said a gang of
good men can each cut, top nnd load
about six tons of cano n day. Every
thing depends upon tho condition of
Tho sugar presses aro not unlike con
certinas In construction, nnd at each
bulge or segment thcro is n tap a
regular regiment of taps opening over
a llttlo gutter, from which any Julco
extracted runs Into tho subsldcr. Tho
reslduo is n dans, slightly moist mass
of material called filter press muck,
which, on account of tho llmo It con
tains in tho first placo nnd of tho or
ganic matter, is a comparatively use
ful fertilizer and Bourco of soil humus.
Tho Julco Is tnken from tho subsldcr to
tho evaporators on tho top floor. Tho
juice, or solution ns It Is called, goes
1l:o tho evaporator at n certain tem
perature to nn nppllanco for determin
ing tho density of perccntago of sugnr,
nnd passes through a scries of four
evaporators. In each evaporator thcro
Is a eort of window, In which tho solu
tion can bo observed boiling furious
ly. Ou emerging from tho fourth nnd
last evaporator tho solution has be
come a fairly thick syrup, and Is pass
ed up into tho vacuum pans. Tho su
gar is removed to a funnel, through
which it passes in u brownish yellow
stream into bags holding about 200
pounds cadi, h'ach bag Is sewn up
wltn twine, each mill employing n dis
tinctive color, and shipped to tho re
fineries In Sydney, fiom which It finds
Its way Into every pint of tho southern
Now Yoi k, Feb. 13. According to nd
vices reeelved by tho State Ocpaitmcnt
nt Washington from Minister Congor,
accredited to China, there la n beeret
society oiganlcii In China, tho avowed
object of which Is tho mm dor of expul
sion of nil fotclgncis In tho Celestial
Empire. Members of tho society aro
Xnown In China aa "Tho Iloxera."
Mr. Conger haa Jitat Joined with tho
representatives of other Powers In
presenting n Join, noto to tho Chlncso
Government demanding that It provide
adequate protection to citizens nnd
RiibJcctB of western nations residing In
Minister Conger's despatch to tho
Stato Department shows thnt the Gov
ernment Is making efforts to check tho
Thus far "Tho Iloxors" hnvo confln
ea their operations to tho province of
Shan Tung, wlnci is under German In
fluence, ono missionary, nn English
man, having already been killed.
Tho Information received Indicates
that missionaries nro much nlarmcd
over their safety and it is responso to
their appeals, nnd In the case of Mr.
Conger in compliance with nn Instruc
tion sent by Secretary Hay, that do
mnnds have been made upon tho Chi
nese Government that It provldo for
eigners, and especially missionaries,
with necessary protection.
KRUGCR APPEALS TO GERMANY
New 1ork, Feb. 19, A special to tho
Herald from Washington says:
A report Is current In diplomatic cir
cles In this city that Dr. Leyda had for
bis sole purpose In going to uorraany
the establishment of n Gorman protec
lorato over tho lloer Republic.
The German i:mpcror, It Is believed
ins been approached nnd asked to tnk
linrgo of tho lloer Republic. Th
loots, It is said, seem to re.illzo tlin
iielr defeat nt the hands of Knglan
.III oe the ultimate ustut of the pits
Hatlur than submit to subjugation U
i.mt brltnm they will voluntatis
c me under tho sovereignty of tho Get
kiIi i:tn)lic, under certain stipulation!
.hlch whl guatantco their local sell
It Is stated nero that President Km
er. loallztng that tho llboitics of hlr,
i.eoplc arc In danger, nnd that the con
tinuance of tho republic lu tlneatencd
i refers a Get man Emperor rather than
an English tuler.
Tho overture to tho German Emperor
was made In tho flist place, It is re
ported, with a view to creating n mp
ture between England and Germany.
This, however, wns avoided, as it la
understood thnt Emperor William de
clined to consider tho proposition, nt
least for tho present.
According to tho report, Dr. Lcyds
beforo leaving Uerllu prepared a secret
treaty with Germany, In which thnt
country wns guaranteed certain rights.
Although tho text of tho treaty la not
known, it Is said to glvo tho German
Empire tho greatest possible privileges,
amounting almost to ownership, In the
'l rnnsvanl uepuhllc.
Tort'cn Still Lives.
San Francisco, Fob. 21. General Ra
fael Yzabal, ex-Governor of tho State
of Sonora, Mexico, nnd a brother-in-law
of General Torres, commanding
tho Mexican troops, who was reported
k. led by tho Yaqul Indians several
days ago, Is In tho city.
Tho General arrived fiom Mexico
this morning, accompanied by his wife,
nnd immediately went to San Joso,
where his daughter Is very sick In No
tro Damo Convent.
Wlillo enrouto to this city, General
Yzabal received n telegram denying
tho reported killing of General Torres.
Gcucral Yzabal emphatically denies
tho truth of thu stories telegraphed
hero of the killing of Americans by
tho Mexican troops In tho Yaqul dis
trict. "The best of feoilng." said ho, "Is
entertained by our people for Ameri
cans, nnd General Torres would ho tho
last to Inflict Injury upon ono of them."
Salmon for Jnpan.
Tho channels of commcrco nro con
stantly changing. Japan has been n
good customer for Puget Sound salmon
for Bovcral years. Sho is now in tho
market for more, because- of changed
conditions. An Oregon paper says:
Japan, driven from tho Slberinn fish
ing waters, now turns to tho Pacific
Coast tor n supply of salmon. M. Go
da, of Yokohama, who represents sev
eral of tho largest fish Importers of
Japan, has Just arrived In Seattle from
tho Orient. His mission tttcro is to
purchase between 300,000 and 400,000
salmon for export to his country.
"For the past four or five years," ho
said In nn interview in tho Post-Intolll-genccr,
"fish have been growing scarco
In Japan. Prior to a year ago tho Ja
panese Becureu their supply of salmon
oil Siberia. Then the Russians passed
a law which practically expels us from
their salmon waters, nnd our supply
of this vatlety Is thus cut off. Wo
must now look to tho United States for
It Is likely tho Japanese will send
over ono of their own stenmers to exe
cuto tho abovo order.
Chances of Cnnnl Bill.
New York, Feb. 21. A special
tho Herald from Washington sayj
It is posslblo that tho Hepburn Nlcn
tnginn canal bill uiny b passed by tho
Houso of Representatives nnd It may
oven become n law bcfoio tho Semite
nets on tho Hny-Pauncefoto treaty
Representative Hepburn Is determin
ed to picas the bill nt every opportun
ity. It la expected that tho Committee on
Rulea will report Mr. Hepburn's reso
lution favorably, though it Is posslblo
that some chnugo may bo mado In tho
date ho has lived for tho considera
tion of tho bill. Mr. Hepburn nnd
ninny others of tho nilvocntcs of tho
cnnnl bill In both Houses of Congress
mo In favor of passing tho pending hill
containing tho autboilz.it Ion of thu
'fottlilcntlon' of tho cnnnl, without re
gard to tho action of the Scnnto on tho
In 8pcnktng of this subject, Sir. Hop
burn said It would mnko no mntcilnl
diUercnco whether tho tronty waa rati
fied or not. If it Bhould bo agreed to
by tho Scnnte, nnd It should bo deter
mined thnt tho President had no pow-
cr under tho treaty to fortify tho ca
nal, ho need not net under tho nutltor
Ity given him to erect formications
Ho thought It would bo well for Con
gress to glvo tho President nil tho ati'
thorlty that ho could possibly want.
Cliurletiton Money Lnt.
Now York, Feb. 21. When tho cruis
er Charleston was wrecked two months
ago on nn uncharted reef north of Lu
zon, tho ship's paymaster wns com
pelled to abandon his money safo,
which contnlned nbout 20,000 Mexican
dollars and ?0'00 In gold. Tho weight
of this nmount of specie nnd tho strong
box wns too great to Imperil tho lives
of tho men set ndrlft in tho open boats
with no certainty of being nble to keep
afloat until land could be reached. It
was necessary to utilize all sparo capa
city of tho boats for food nnd for nrms
and ammunition, for fear of a land
ing having to bo mado in a barren
shoro, or that sympathizers of Agulnal
do would offer a reception nt which
guns and cartridges would bo worth
nioro than Mexican money. Tho money
left behind bad been charged against
Paymaster Reynolds of tho Charleston,
to tho amount of $12,240 and when he
reached Manila his accounts wero
found to bo short that much. Under
ho tcgulntlons Admiral Watson or-1
lered n board to litvestlgnto this fall-
M.llilllVU IIUUUIIIIIEI. i IIU lUl'Ulk
hlrh has Jitst reached Washington
fully exonerates tho paymaster from
ay iuiu.it wickedness or crlmlnnl I"
ait In the transaction.
iMedlntluii Politely Dccllneel.
Paris, Feb. IS Tho Lou b.n t n
undent of the Flgnio saja that tu
inns that President McKinliy uci
y Bounded Lotil Pulincefoto with
tow of naicttainlng how nn on c of
iiedlntloti in tho Transvaal di. I ';!',
it tho pntt of the United tUa'ej mid
bo received nnd that tho Eugil li to
.ily was that Bitch an offer, mad' ilu
lally, would bo consldeiod nil
i loudly net.
iiu.mi rait tiuksday.
Mappings li a 1 Inl that wp pursue our
Ufa luntt without raulilug It. Vlrcy.
' .-I. Trull.
Stowed Trip-. I utntotM. Oirrlal Hies.
Coff.-v. Tout. Mirnmlidi.
R llakctl utlli Ham.
Dsan Salad, tttmiwlilin OHre
Mock Turtle Soup.
Broiled Milne), Tomato Pauw.
Celery Mla.l with Cheev.
Daked Custard, bpongo Cake.
it M,U3 ll.lhl) milt iiaji. I pffs uaaru 7
1 Willi umn vr kiuiivjb luriu an vaixttiiii
1iitr liiw... illlh float . fiallnn .ll.ti. till. In
Wo tilileFpoonfuls el butter. When 11 ti
J? melted, break Into It scleral ego;, sprinkle S
with salt and nenner and a lew bread zc
'! erumbs, plrwc the dish In a hot oten for i?
three minutes, then pour oier the tgfi
1 i msa-ifial r$ vlnli tirnll n as its. as an. I li 1 a i-itrv
IUIIIUI VI llll inwnil sa ui faaau nan .- j
' fif nf mntsn.l lim ri 1 m-u-ilabl Llilnaw rlirtmiii1 7?
Illinitrn KI11VF.VS Till ll. ll.tni.va In V'
!' the thin, elrganl allots before trusting them V
' to the melted butter. For seasoning add
salt, pepper and parslev for thickening,
uuur, iur .irriiuiii, .atiwiriniiiu. vi tnu.u .
of stock; lor stimulus, as mucn good ciarei,
An Idle man Is like stagnant water; he
corrupts himself. Lalena.
moiled Calfe l.lier. Paeon.
Potato?, Hashed, l!roncd.
Celery. Olhes. Gherkin Pickles.
boles Fried with bhrtmp Sauce.
Spaghetti, Tomato bauee. Letturc ftlUd.
Iloquefort thee.'. Toasted lllscuit.
FLOUn AND ISI)IN MAIZr. wArrLrs.
Two and a half rups of sifted flour, half. a
cup of sifted Indian meal, tea.iioonful of
soda, teaspoonful of salt, heaping table
spoonful of butter, two eggs lieaien lery
light, two cuns cf rich sour milk. Mix salt.
1 snds. flour and meal well tnmther! melt the
butter, make a hollow In the Hour and pour
! ' In the butter and eggs and sour milk, stir
! rime as you nour that It msv be a smooth
!; baiter. Kent the waffle Irons, oil them Jj
well wim irebii iru aim uu mem uinr. .)
: quarters full, Like over a clear or and
f.irn lh Irnn niton In nnl.r that ihv nuv
MENU 1'Olt SATtinDAV.
Lots Is tin sit of all men. Du Dose.
Dsked Apphs, Whlpiud Cream.
Uold Ham. Plain Omelet.
Cabbise SjUU. Cheese faiidnichea.
Comed Ileef. Kixiuli PatierVriut.
Urown llrtad rudilinir.
CAUTT nP.MNS WITH IlICE. Tlie ft
i is no i inu 1 11.1' 13 iv niuusiii iui a s,ui
tliMi, but an lion ri'iHunri In particular.
Itlanrh Ihrm and ttike 01T the little bloo!v ;
Mk-t. cut into tnu il ni rath ami t-oak
tliem In a mixture of white nine am vine
car. ftc.. for an hour; nut them into n
7 atcuj.an ulth fu-m culUi ami Kray ami
h Maf lliiilrt anftllt tilmllt l.1 Btl lltf.SIP thll
rirn aniiii auiti auuui staais mn uum f evs
mi clod In iiatnp a law tnlnsitnsi strain It
t Ji'Ut IIVV IIS lS4dt IV" iiiinim fi vswB
nit and stew it In I roth tid It Is ttnd.r
nit 1 a I tile sa t and a lilt of mare, nun
up the tiratns and tour some saute to the
rire; squicze In lemon or orange lulce and
pour oer for serving st lahle, hfn )ou
iirocure two cr lliree pairs of sweelPrcaclfl.
the make an excellent dish dono In the
Thore 1h only ono Jpbsc Moore Whis
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