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VOL.XXX. -NO. 337.
HELENA. MONTANA. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 30. 1889.
PRICE. FIVE CENTS
THEINKI.l I'.NX A SPREADING.
WashingtonWomen in Official Life^Claim to be Afl'ronted by^Mrs. Harrisoa.
Mrs. McKce, tho President's^Duuphtor, takoa Precedence^Ovor Cabinet Ladies.
AnotherOMM ^^( Wrath tlie Srttinc 1'^ K^of BBBaBBCB and liepri'se.tlattves--
Itis probably no disparagement toour^business abilities to Bay that, wo cro^HARD L'P. Mnuy people will pay, How-^is it^you. doing tho loading clothing^business of Montana, und probably more^thaa any otber two la Helena, hard up^^Why, wcisin't boliovo it. Hut the fact^remains, gentlemen, just tho same. Wo^AitE ^hard u]^,^' and compelled to hn\o^money. Our accounts oro duo. I.iko^us. our creditors want their money, and^the only way we know of is to take the^bull squarely by the hornB and inaugur^^ate ft Offend Sacrifice Sale.
Wew an't to be thoroughly understood^iu this matter. It is money we want.^Wo need anil must have, within the next^30 days, something like ^^^,(^ K). The^only way we know of is to (IET IT OUT^OF OUR STOCK.
OnMonday, Doorinlier M. we com^^menced what will probably be the great^^est Sacrifice Sale over seen or heard of^in the History of Helena.
Welink you to remember this is not a^bankrupt stock, tho tail end of a swindle^of brother merchants east and west. No^taint of fraud upon a garment wo offer.^Every article sold by us. if only bringing^J . original oust, was or will lie paid for by^us, with the full measure of 100 oents on^tltfj doOaC RomemW. also, no shelf-^worn rubbish, no auction or pawn-shop^stocks, but clean, honest goods, free^f'.mi taint and tarnish. Ail Inmost^goods, sold by honest men, and we hope^be b.night by honest people.
ToouroaatOBMN residing out of the^city we would s.iy your orders w ill re^ct ive first consideration. Those who are^not BWimnBj known to u - will hnvo to^ton., tiulicient to co\er express eii!tr|.r.i.^Prio* lists will l^c sent on ipfllrathm
,.uia. Kiiiiur entertained yesterday^I luueheon tbe ladies of tho cabinet, says n^I Washington diapatifc of the Md. Daring^the lunch the New Year's day programme^for the ca'tmu t ministers' hoims was dis^^cussed. At tins lunch nothing was said^..bout the notion of Mrs. llntrisou in assign-^iug to her daughter, Mr.;. MoKce. the that
placeIn tha m aahrtan line en Now Year's
day,Imt the new departure in the etiquette^of ofticial .'Gcicty has raised a horn^t's nest^among the wive | of all the cabinet ue ni-^liers. It hud not boon eipret^tl that the^prosidir.i's v. iir Mali appear M tho New
Fearttoanntlon, owing to tho death of her
sister,bu! the impression prevailed in ofli- 1^atalaiaaM that the vice president's wife^would take Mr;:. Uiurison'fi place in the line^and ttdio precedence, of eour.vj, over the^ladies ^:,' tho cabinet, all of whom are asked j
IsTraveling at In Ji speed Among^K^irope.m Soldier*.
London,Doe. ^_^.^.^ Ti e opidoniie of in-^' flutn,- i continues in Paris ami then are no^| signs of improvement. Iu Munich the dis^^ease is increasing. In llerlin it is accom^^panied by di'iigur fever, attended by rhcuni-^.itism and rise of temperature. Many of^the ntnecra of tho Iterliu garrison are af-^iBBted. About ono-third ot the military^workuu u at Spondon are ill with the dis^^ease.
M.u.Rin,Deo. '.v.^lho influenza contin^^ue!* to spread and has appeared in most of^the large towns of Spain,
Hostox.Die. :^.^.^(leorgo W. Sowin, an^instruolor in mathematics at Harvard Col^^lege, died this morning nt Massachusetts^general hospital, aged .':^ years. Me was^seized with an neute attack of peritonitis^Tuesday and Wednesday was taken down^with I.a Grippe.
Ci:vklam^, ^)., Doc. :^i.^The Kiissinn in-^laaaaa is quite prevail nt in Ch i t land. All^classes of people seem to be affected, and
nwaeaiaonoinelhd to take to their bids.^No serious results are apprebi nded.
HELPFOR MONTANA MEN.
KB.GLADs iom; s BIXTHD4T.
fMeOJfBOMnf ( oiijcrutulul ions routing in^at ll.iwiti-deu.^Los-pus, Doc. The eightieth anni^^versary of Gladstone's birth absorbed so^iiiuoh attention as to make of tliis quiet
laMaak^ day of national PMaMBkaaMai
Telegramsand letters of congratulation*^and admiration pound into 11 .warden from^not only all qu.i.tcrs of buglaiid but liter^^ally from all parts of the world. All menu^Iters uf tho (iltidstouc family and branches
iwere gnthereJ nt llawnd. ii to n.eit and^to assist tbe priHidet.'. T no ofbcial pro- I ... ,^maiuu.e. lun ever, gives the first place t(,, greet their emiie at kinsman.^Mm. MoKen ;lie president'! udUghtor. H 1MB I III b) Mr. Sevtoii at the farewell^WMn tho Woman riaalM* baa noollleial feaannet in Dublin lin.t night Lave caused^lau'i whatever. T lie wife takes the rank of , ,^^. ^,mtnent Bl^oUttoal dlWfcta. Ilitoast-^^ bus iaad always. Mr. Mehoe is not in ^I(,,|^. ,,^, ^ n.-oessnry ceremony which^^ bcial UfR, und therefore, they ssy.Mrs. jB ^,uerally ROM over with as little^Mchi, ha - no oflwial statu i. VV, re she the Rriu.,, p,,ssilile tiv n .timi ibsta on hucIi^unmarried d' nghier of th- piwident she 1^couid witb nnioh more propriety MtpNatMM^the president's wife on otlieial ocejisions.^l hat Mrs. ,\lci\ee is n e!i::^!iniiL' woman all^recognize, liii' troni an olle ^ il point of view^shew wholly out of place as the official^ft \H si ntative of her inotllel during the
lifetimeof Mr. Harrison,
upat tlie outset of
Thequestion eanie^Preaidaai OUvelnud's a'dniiuistrntioii. when^htian Eatharim Bayaid w^ given tha first
placein tue line lit one ot the official recep^^tion-at tin- white horn... Though Mrs.^Hayard was noiuethiug ol an invalid at the^^Mi it was after much discussion iletirin^Rjad that during Mrs. Ifayard's life her^ohiee at the white lionse oouhl not be tilled^by her daughter. After the dealh of Mrs.^Bayard Miss Anna liavard, then the recog^^nized head of her f tin t' house, at once and^by right took aMMdaaMOWat all others iu
thaaabinat,luthapraaidaatial neeeMian^is direct iroin the vice president into the^aahhML tha leenwn of state bong but
one^t,p Maaovai from tbe throne,^ it^can be imagined how weightv a thing be^^comes the order of precedence.
ThatMrs. McKee should precede the wife^of ibe \ ice president and the w lves of cabi^^net olBeers is no trifing cause for alarm.^What will be the end^ If Mrs. MoKee takes^preoeslcuce on New Year's ^lay, w hy not at^the Htate dumers also, and on other adMnl^aaaMkaail lathe vice president's wife to^make her own little court^ Are the wives^^if the cabinet ofUoers to bo ranked by the^wife of a private citizen^ What, hMhad,^is to be the outcotif the pr, sent situa^^tion.' In tin- nieaiitnae the talk isgoingim,^haadi ire \erv i rtct. and alt igetlmr there is^an undercurrent of deep faollBg that proiu-^i~esto teach tidal-wave overll iw by New^Ye ir's d v.
Thepnlilished prograiiitne for the New^Year's day reception also makes another de^^parture from tbe eMalilished order of^I hi B^a whieli is eausuig nearlv as much^continent as the designation of Mrs. McK^ e^to outrank the cabinet ladies. The pro^^graiiitne for the fir-1 tune nives precedence^to tbe justic e of the supreme court of the^district of Columbia over the collators and^nKMaMlafeWaa in congress, and admits^the.n with tin ir legal brethren, the justices^of tbe 1'nitcd States supreme court, during
fieIrst half Imar of the reeeption, which is^the most brilliant portion of tbe day.
Iliccoligieoi:eii and then ^i\ .do l.ot^accept the ii^W d parture -raoefully. and^tho ladies especially are doing a lurte
aaaoaaiot Rrambllns, Tbay art aarnestly^eniieavoring la ascertain tha nnnie uf the^!^^ son raeponaiblefor this innovation, but^have not yet succeeded. T he Mate depart-^inent shouldi s no respons.lnlitv in put in
thaoaVialprograauM aaoapt thaAawai-
thMof tile diplomatic corps. 1 here is no^evidence ^ otineolin^ Secretnrv Halfofd with^tin aaaaadad proa ramiif tne n#w adntin*
i-trat.on.lb never iMiniiiiti. any rash acts,^and if be had eonv.dted precedence he could^have found B0W8IMBI for it. Tha i|ues-
tiontii,' eosiffrtaejnea an khaji is: Who nt^tha gudty paraaaf
OSIiYMNF. VF.T A HRBO.
eeei,u s- Sexton said: ^Nationilists will^vote Sir royal giants so long as her majesty^docs not ri fust^ to sign bills enacted by her
piopie. Tbiaaaay (^^ taken in a doable
sense,as indicating loyalty to the eiown^andbbhinting nt fe ir that the queen limy^Home day abase her prerogative bj denying^the will of tin |ieople as expressed through^parliamentary enactiueut in favor of Irish^self rule.
Thereis a serious shortage of eoal in Bel^^gium, owing to labor I roubles in mining re^^gions. Mlli:ufaotllrinl., interests are Is gin-^ning to sufler. ami even the government is^unable to obtain its usual supply of fuel. A^singular Hpcot '.elc is likely to bo witnessed^of a goveriine iii of a aaal piodui ing coun^^try sending abroad lor its coal supply.
CongressmanCarter Will Not Rec-1^ommend Them, So They Look^for Help Elsewhere.
Itla Very Doubtful. Howover, if^They Will Roeoive Any^Asisi8ttinco.
Itlaeh llo) i (inbl Medal
111) I relleh Ihivio Itlllent,
Aiittie bfatah boy on the tv negal river, in^Africa, 'f. t!i pu ml pos.e.'sor of lipoid
mdour fftiaranteota that price- win ba|madalMn1 tohiai by tha fiaaah atlalUw
1marine and the colonii a, Tho boy ia now
ftotn3S to :!^^^ per cent lower th.n: any^tblag solil by your local tnercliants.
Toour ^ ity customers wo say botlOV^niouey if you arc short and buy your^mippl'os for a year or two in BfltaiMBY
Thisis r.n oji]iortunity that proscntp
It^ If but once in u lifatine. It is our
;i^-s but vo irWe .^^^^:p -;j to ^se
butit will bi but .is ^bfaad eaa( upon
thewatera,^ and we iadttlga ourselves ;n
thehope Uial It v. til return baton atawj
twelveye..i.i old, atid tho act which has re-
aaivedthiat ki ^. of rteogni'iou fiomtht^I Fiencn gover .in nt occurred when ho was^only nine. Hi lives m ar liakol. the chul^lovni, far inf .mi, on tin apjs r Seaagali Bad^hewitm ssid *^n!t af the stirring soi m
thratjn ata a| ^ whaa ;b.- Ilaiabaal LaaauM^I hud aaata u I ir-M di- ferial and aava Praoea
!:t ti r--ts .n appei ^:rr i s-jch a lively
IOue day In v. ^.i h Lis i:i^.thcr in t!e-ir^latrav/ hut, w en l o si.v. home of the M r
Isbnai*eetailfeaeeat iiafei some huts near
by.and then st ul to apply thetoie!. to
aiaown hoait. He ptefcad ap blafaihar'!
bretcli-loader.nndlh.iU;h ha was not BtroBfl^mai 'li to hold i he wiap m to h.s ifeonlder,^boahottwwof tbt aoldiera dead, and the^a hers ran for deer life. The inaidoeif i'^I mentioned in tin^ odhtlal repofta on tb
'I'mnc'i catupai'in ^;gams! too Maraboi.l.
.indtin b iy now baa ^ needa! la ihow what^a plucky ;i-^eiu-oid ha waa.
KQMX JACK EXBIOH1.
i'ii i iiine-e Qnnvtat ^^r PfclUpahnai^eueii Ovee ii Itow.
PaaaoaaanavMoat., Dee. v.k^ Special.
-There are about two hundred i^s.ident^Chinamen in this town and most of I hem^live on a bark street known as Chinatown,^whiciiconsists of OhatMae stores, gambling^houses, opium joints and laundries. All^Ghiaeaawa Waa I veiled this morning over a^,1^ sperete struggle between Ah Tung and^Tuie: Lee. who had been partners iu the^laundry buntiess. bee drew n murderous^knife and did bis best to bury it in Ah^Tung's heart, who. however, after a very^narrow esca|k', managed to get away, and^there was a very lively foot race in which^VliKuugtook first money ami got away^with bis lib . I'ne slruggli w is the pnnei-^pal topic of conversation among the ChhnV^men to-day. ^o am sts have yet been^made.
civilBEBVICK REFORM.^Who Mm itiioini Leagwa Peepeaet
MiPtU/t, Dec. St.- Sherman S. Itogers,^laeal member af the 00111111111*0 of five Hp-^isiinted recently by the national civil^service reform league, to examine into the^leaoagemi nt of fedcrel civil service to-day^suys: ^It was hardly contemplated that any^imnortant action would be taken by tbe^conimittee until the hist part of the coming^yen. The general scheme of the move^^ment.^ be emtinued, ^is for the pnr-^imisi of furnishing information ol^every kind tending to show peo^^ple the henet'icial character of civil
sirriee tefutai. We will eartaialy tind some^things which need correction ami cup. t t.i^lind lunch to attest the fact that civil MTV-^lee reform la higlilv beiielicial in its natun^to the public at huge. As soon as the Bee-
p'eBaaaretand this it is our eapeetetlea^they win not allow the noaeaaaM la he
crippledfor im ans to snstiuti its action, but^will provide for it with sim ws of war.
Iold Weill her Coining.
8t.Past, D'c. ft,-^Winter Weather is re^^ported as having set in generally through-
thalaathaael Heavy snow has fallen over
aw ide an a BBd trains are delayed at many^points. The gentle snowfall which reached^tht I win citi. s yesterday i v^ mug. Htn ngtb
eaedlata a ipile of bllaaard and aaathawd
fnriouslyuntil inorninc.^lit^.ax, H. DM Due. The in arent ap-
ntoaahto e bliaanrd ahtee ^W bus leeabad
'iin .^foutitiii, A11 \
inrt of prtpsl*
'^^' ' I W vent. dl^.^^r -ilrty dav^ only s
.i.ir.'hiugfoi^i ,ng in tht
,fur im kiio
Baeaiicaa boo Dr. (inm reeefeed i letter^from i' lady in DeHitaore, Md., iayj^tue 8chttl^ Journal, tuukiiig i. uj :
asto tho whereaboata of her hu.,^Imnci, Patrick John rnilahl Mrs. KB^rfejbt atated he had left that cny in Jean.
ry,. and sue has beta^aim tear einee both by i det
i|Mis and by Int..-. Dr. fj
eaaendnaa mac wim wai^^nui end known ladeeh I'm
liei npfK.n and bistorv i^: him. laaterda* Dr. Grant laeeived ^^letter frt-ni Mrs. Enng-o siying sin- had B^^loubt be is her hasbai.d, llioiigh aha BUI^i . Mru de.id long ago. us liupJiry at th.^pi union oilier in Wnshili^! on. D. C r -
reeledthe feat that be h' d aot drawn hi^; ei-Hioti since 1S7U. Knrivbt loft here am^east to Winnipeg, and left there and i^iow iii Montana. Mis. Luright is v.-rj^niious to bear from hfaa ami will pay foi^By mforinstjon roncernilig him.^The conph were mafllad in Anaust, Wtt^His puients heard from bun twvi*.^igo, but that was '.he last trace of him uuti.^Dr. Oraut waa hoard fr ^x.
lore. Snow lias drifted badly. AM tnuns^wen held he a II si n.gbt and Pi-day. bat^will go out to.morrow morning.^^S'.H Ami \;-.. TVv.v . Deo. L*.^.^I he first
genuinewwthar of the teeaoa made itsiit^bit tins Beoruing and the aaaaaaty has fai^lea M iVvri, i in M hours.
Mr-,^ofeetl Tyler Dead.
Hovnaanaw,Ala., Dea. Si^Mm. Koharl
i'vir Med thm ui .ruing, agid 71. Mrs.^I'yli r w is tie- danghter of Tnoadiea^FhoBaM OeefWt and M tv Pnirlie, the orle-
brated belle of New York In IMO ihe aaa^^r..-o Robert Tyler,the wldeet eoaof Praet.^deal l yler, and upon epeeial reqneal of the^I i'm lent and hie wife, who waa mi invalid,^l.i pie^id'd as ^lady of the white b hiss
lartnathe tirst three yoeta of neafeleai^I j;. ^i BdniaietraUo u
TlneeW omen a^pliv^lull il.
leaFaiaoreoa, Dea^ A^In an Oahhaal
boaidhmb Bee this morniiig, Mrs. Jan.^Knria ami hat two daughters, Mary am'^.~ ie. aged bl and IL' n -pectively. win
,and d' ad m badi haTtod bu Q asphyxiated
i,.s. They had jn-t arrived bete feeai^lliseoerl, ea ronti t^ Vesture county, tin:^i.. v.t.. re the i. labaad ol htn. Krwm h
aatoataa - Revotatten,^' moe Jii.'.i' o, D.'c :'.^. ^TaleRnaaaffaa
iberepubla of .Sun Snlv idor. r. ceivi d to-^day, abate that aatweatleadete m the deppn^aantaf Oaaaatataa are retreatine befeee^piTemaaant troopa eeat ag.on.t theoe,aad
ihat tho revolution i - of no import;.nce.
\ M| rile.
KarV/aenaiteaaBi u. c, Dea, 2'.^Tb-
o. dea buildings occupied by the Cohlai^a Printing Co.. l.ovul i Co., Htat.oners.^:.d Waldoneii Bros., grocere, burned yen^irday, together with Cunuinghain's anvet
!pof. T le losi s aggregate p'A,WK The
insuranceis if L*^.oou
Niitki i Paeeaaoal Bovfteaa \m the sen-^aaaee ataaw B^apatfehHi n^ intrr-
frrelor Moutaim applIcrtllts,
Wis.iiMiros,Doc. i^i.^JSpi^iiil.^, ^ The^president is in.! bored b , applioations for^oil'ueformeti from tho new states. llo^daee not know who aie candidates. The^tppotateaaate lor the new Btateef Washing^^ton are no nearer made than n wc k ago.^So far as is known the BpBOtathBJI powers^Bee ready to act as soon as the delegations^from the now Htate make recommendations,^but il:. delegation proposes to aot solidly^if poeBihlc, and this prevents any hurrying.^A slate was nearly agreed upon once when
BeweompUoationelaIhe shape of strong
ndorsciuents came, and so the pi. sident is^still in ignorance of the lucky men who will
i.mdofaedi Moeeelea is laaeabid fore
v.e.l . Senator Squire went to New York^afi r the last eonferiiice ended and is not^vit back. Senator Allen is to lie away for^two or thiee days, and representative Wil^s.ai is toing lo New York on Tuesday. No^recommend: t ions will be made until they^return,
Montanais not yet heard from in the^shaiw of applicants for federal |Misitiotis.^Congressman Carter will make no roeuni-^mendatiotiH. Il is undei itood that several^senators ^rom ob!i r slates have been the^recipients of letters from Montana nun who^want office, asking tbein to lay their casi'S^and the desirability of oroanizing the^I'nitid Stales court before the president.^In tbe i bseiioo of any senators from their^own state liny believe that senators from^otber states should come to the rescue.^These lettefBate from men who bave |s r-^sonal uci|uaintan;Y with the nu n they ini-^pottuue. it is doabtfal il any of the men^lloi'i othei states would f rl like intrrfi r-^ing in so di In ,it.^ a mallei, and it is pretty^sure thai the p'isiilint would look li|H^u^such iutcrfenoc i:s uncalled for. The eon-^di!ion of alfairs in North Dakota is similar^to that in Washington. The maaalB are^nwav, and no rocommenilatioiik ore i \|iect-
ledaatflaflet recess. Beetetary ftoatot
Iwillco to-morrow to liethleheui. Pa^ to^visit tbe miles there. Stiator Allen, of^Washington, will accompany him.^^^ ^ ^^|ha Nov lee it Hoi ked Out.^I.vl tViiTTK. lint.. Dec. ^.^.^A prize tight^occurred thw morning near In re bahMH^liehaad Keating, a pugilist of some note m^this section, and Kdward Carey, of Craw-^fordsville a novice. 'I he ineii v.i re evenly^matched and weighed ; I mill is., pounds^each. Keating bad trained but little, and^was over-confulent. Carey played a very^cautious game in the first part of the tight,^and alt hough receiving si i eral heav y blows,^managed to intlict s. nous diuiiage on his
opponentand boom pel Ihe apper hand. In^the fifteenth round Keeling was knocked
downthree tunes. Oaatloaa sparring fol^^lowed, and in tbe twenty third round Keat^^ing touched Carey ligbtlv on th^ nose and^swung bis right just below Carey's ear. It^was a di cisim blow, and ( irc\ .the game nov^^ice, was knocked oht.
anaaMain a ^ haeahi
S\sMatMB, Dec. ^lames l'igsrt. a^well-dressed and apparently wealthy man^sU)i|Mised to be from San I'rancisco, created^an excitement in the Catholic church to-^aifjht by committing suicide. He arrived^this afternoon and, rushing to bather Cal^lain,n. threw himself on Ins knees, crying.
Saveme. save me, I'm going to die; evil^spirits are after me!^ Ihe prieat called^him to a hotel. I igart appeared again at
evenlnaeetvieeand wee very devoted. At
theclose In C limb rose, drew a |h nktnfi^and cut his throat before anyone could in^^terfere, lb' died within live minutes,^withoal apeahina a word. It ih thought
thathis ininil was affi cted.
hUaOOaai.,WlH., Dec. I'l between .'land
io'etoeh this BMfaina ferry o'Neii ami
wifewere shot in bed by an unknown as-^^aehaalMta Sterling. Two daughters in^an nil joinin'.' rooiu were av.aketi^d by the^soot, but win u they reached the bedside
theirparenta weee dead. There are m^ clues^to the perpetratan of the attaM, as the
lf Neils, w ho wi le well !o-do farmers, are^Bot known to have had any enemies.
ileaving House IU-|miiIh.
IlosroN. Dec. ail,- The t. h|e compiled^finui ilespateheH from managers of the jeai'^ing i lea ring houses of the l ulled States,^shows that the total gross exchanges for^Ihe Wi ieitdi d Decemberlssu, w,.rc
|S47,yws.Vl'.', an increase of LM |H-r cent as^eoropared with the oorfespondian, week for
BALTtWDB]!)!^^. L^.t.~Mr. Itobert Qaiiati^is ill M i y poor lieultb. At times be is very^it mh depreastd, and occasional Iy becomes^en i Edited. He m still at hiscountry
home^i piauds,^ Bear Oatooeviiie, He^frh idi have not been eoeoaraejed by the fa^porta iroio inn phyehuana, ^ ineeially as he^Baa been aaweQ W and mi for more than^I tWO years.
', ei lal Com ui Itteee Bi Work.
KaWYoiiK, Dec. fet, - Two Kpicial com^iniit. 11 arrived here to-night and will begin^hearings this week, ^.no having been^appointed to look into our trade with^Canada, the other will rxaiuino witnesset-^re rardlng the el portatlon and consumption^of lo f.
ia*. lYi'Miir- Dvawaaa*^boraoa, Dec. I^.!.^ During a fog on tin^river Clyde, the steamer Covington came
intoeoliiaioawith the steamer Qweea Vfe^^toeie.eadtbe foraear sank. Five iierson-^mm iliuwaedi
(banire of Ileal 1.
Soeialmt:cmob^tiring htm out! Hang^him ! Down ;.nt monopoly !
Inventor(putting his head out nf tin^window/^ Uoudtuss me ! What does this
MobHp ikesman^Yoti BMOBt die I V.^losir vo l invent a machine vat do do vork^uf \iiii hootrihet m^ ti. You dake brent ou.^(1 den months; you
Inveiito'Tins machine of mine ia nt^attachment for hrcworus, and WtUoffeB)^beer down to 1 c nt a g! .
fetobI wildly ^ lloor..y '. ^ New Yorl^Weekly.
TheOvine Itegrrts ol Ihe t:iii|ire^^ That
tfeaOawtd Bol feitirai^OroiiTo, Dec. ill.^Dom l'edro has re^coivod many telegrams of eondolenee on^tho death of his wife. Among them was^one from ijuceii Yictoriu. When it becaun^evident that the end was rapidly approach^ing. the ex-empress was advised lo summon^her confessor. Although in groat agony,^aha replied: ^Yes. but we must wait fct^the emperor: ho will give instructions.^ '^Her last words were : ^I regret that my^children and grandchildren are not around^BH that I might bless them for tho last .^tiuio. Alas. Hra/.il ! Hre/.il ! that lieautiful^country ! 1 cannot return there.^ Dom^l'edro ins,, carlv this morning and att. tub .1^mass. He was greatly dejected and so^weak thai Ins doctors were obliged to iup-^poit him. Much anxiety is felt for bis cou-^dit ion.
WhenDom Padre arrived at the bed sale^of his dead wife he knelt and kissed her^forehead. He ap(nared unable to move and^did not apeak for twenty minutes. Then^hejHaid: ^I have cxperienecil the most^bitter trod (iod could mttiet ii|*^ii lie^Her faithful and xdeOtioMte companion^^ship has sustained me for forty six veals.^000*8Will bo done.^ 'Then untieing his^wife's evi s Nt ill open, he commanded line
selfHint tatrleinirdi ^is it poadble theai
TenMembers of One Family and a
RelativeRoasted in Their^Own Dwelling.
OnlyTwo Children of tho Entire^Encapo Family f rom tho^Tragedy.
TheOrigin af Hm l ire It.main-a Mynlrrr^TIioiikIi Hum BfeBJ time^I aii-ed II,
DrriioiT.Mieli., Dec. ^.'. -The Tribune'*^special from Hancock. Mich., savs a calam^^ity not surpassed in the annals of tbe^oounli v. oeeejnad at ;l o'clock this morning^at Hurontown. A family named (Srwts, cou-^t.e of the pan nis mid eight children,^w ith a visitor, wore consumed in a burning^dwelling. Theodore (irons and wife re^^turn* d beat a iawee nearby at J o'clock,^von w ill never again luighteu At I'M a son. T'liwidore. jr., returned from
whentin v see me.
Havingclosed her eyelids, ho tevnentb^kisseil tin in. He then asked to be alone^ami so I. m,lined for a long time, after^which ho beOBBBB elm and iiHked the at^^tendants to heM all i|iliet till the MsImiu^fetee ended. News bad. bowel or, alroiulv^Ihs ii sent everywhere. Later in the even^nig Dom l'edro sent dispatches aniioiliicing^Ihe death of hie wife to various monarch'..
theHuron damp mills, where he is em-^ployt .1. lb- went into the house and to bed.^Shortly after he was awakened by bis^brother Nicholas, who beatd screams com^^ing I rom an adjoining room, occupied by^their three elder sisters end three little
brathora.They raa to the dear ami found
tini.nun a BjeOJ of I'ames. Hmokii^and ife Were eaotndlna the stairway, and
TheHra/,1, ,1. mimster.it UaboO. hae nm,- j 1VH ,, |,y jumpnig through the^liid thc p. iv.s.oni. government n II,../d wind^w .,-^ ., ^..^.,^,, he ground sen-^ol Ihe death of the impress. I.slay the,, _ , ,..^ clnd
Iami t Naaafarfed to tin
Theinterment w ill be
illslycut by glass, and but^lino' attempted to enter the house on the^ground Moor, where the falher, mother, and
Iiii nblhliea aleoti bat waa dtleea baea by
IIme -that enveloped the building. It was
imjaoaibla for the spectators, who qaiofciy
gathered,to save the minutes. I hey were^aaaapelled to stand by and hear their^agoni/iuo ones. In the eonne of three^bonis a nunching psrlvwi nt uitothe nsmis^and il mum tul tin charred remains^! of eleven bodies, distinguishable^only I y the size of Ihe bones.^They wen gathered iu a riahdhhaa and^ui 11 ills-din ti e public hall. 'ihe victiina^., '* Killed - Theodore dross, aged fi7, his^wife, aoed 47] Catherine, John. Toney,^hiery. Lu le, Jaaauh, Miohael ead Jennie,^all Miildit u of Mi. and Mis. (iross; and^I., mi I rbet.of bake iiladaa. a aaeet The
ages ol the young p.opl^ nnige fioni two lo^twenty-two years. There is no reliable in^^formal ion as to how the lire stalled. T lleo-^doretlroBB) Jr., says it might have origin-^Bled front B lamp that he supposed to be^rftlngnlahed In Euee he went to bed. 'There^m e i to hoi s t hat t ho dreadlul accident opour-^red I broui/h tbei'areleHstieHS of parents, who^are alleged to have ntinueil homo iutox-^lea ted Horn the dune. .
intlie punt hi ou,
WeamaoioniDee. nil The BfaxlUati^niniatae today raeahsad I aahaajNai from
llarbo/ii.minister af linancc. regardln j^stall im ins repeatedly made tiial the pro^visional government of Ureal! had BOBBa
eatedproperty belonging to the aaaparor.
Itnays: ^The nroperty belonging to the^imperial familv lias not been coiifiscati d.^On Ihe contrary the decree has gtiaraiilis.il^to allow t ie laMMffed family a term of two^years within wlne i lo di |sis^ of its prop
TheBraailiaa minister and Cap'.. Maun^ty, delegate to the iiiantimo congress, who^were pre.-i ui when the associated press re-^BBtter e.tiled lo Hie the minister,' dis lared^their tlriu belief that the republic was as^Ml red I i yotid quest ion. Keptu ts of I rouble,^they Kind, were all hatched up in Lisbon by^enemtoH nf the n public. With regard to
raportethai the I lermaa ami other eeloalBla^had petitioned Iheir govenuneola for pea
tectloll ile um t I he del l ee of t he BtOei loll: I
government,Yulcnto and Captain Miurit/^said Ibis was a mistaken understanding ol^the government. The decree ihsui d de^^clared all foreigners resident within the^countrv al tbe time tin republic waa pro^claim d to be i iti/.i ns of BrBait, unless tin v^^hoald pu lor to continue their iilleguilii.^I i their aatiea country. There was nothing I^Doaapohioiv about il. 'There Heeins lo be |^a grow in feoUag lu re among BrailllaBa in I^supis.it ol the republic and of oppoail 'on to |
aaonnvohy.Thia faatiaa apparently ia doe I
toa con ulerablii extent to supponed at^b inpts nt inlerfereiioo on the part ot or later Is come Ihe wife of Ihe famous^Ltirotie iu governments with Ilia/.Ts ua- Aicitduke.bilin of Austria, whose advent-
1alatahj. Jbiaa Qum HrajUjlane who j ur^llH ,.H, rer and preeenl aotambaeMeii to
reiiouioe his wealth and title and lo earn
.iohnoicrirs i.nvi: All AIR.
HisI li il oilne Hoi.-, l.eepe. O.l-ts All III-
iiiUhiiiIlleeoti.es un ArrhtlueBeea.^The latest rumor in Austrian circlea ia^that th^ queen regent of Spain will Hooiier
wereformerly devoted to Don. l'edro and
forHome nine w^ ie uoi friendly to tin Bew
governmiiilare now efewaj iidhereiits of^the repi.blie.
\MVIi WITH KIMS.
A\ I.u.oi ..n's Ite-lio il inn lo ^'.ilili, ul I'i i,
Urge*BjoeeMa h PJoeol loetoanta^'The |s litioul disabilities of dipt. T. Kpi-
binliving as plain John llrth aie well^known. Who started the rimmr no one^knows, hiutlico it to say if the .picci. r. grnl^is a believer ill monogamy she will Ibiuk^twice In fore she bui Is her count, nance to^mil such propi srd alliance.
why!Reaaaeea leenopoa secret that
ArcboakrJohn is already married. hh^h tha^Ni w \ in k lien.Id, His imperial relatives,^cerCuiltte, incur re I under tbe dueling j the \ niinii pies, the public, do not know,^ad, wen removed by the legislature to-di.y, I* l^^(^*M I^ kBoW Unit there is BB nich-
ducheii, but there ure do 'iiiui uts in exm-^aayaaHichmondapeoial. Capt. Curletteawllld| w,^^,, ,,,.^, ,^..^. hByond
ciso was .. novel one. He waa the eonunon* | ouaation thai a woman now In the
ip.estioiithat a wonuiii now ui^wealth's nttornoy of Lancaster county, and j auk 's hoiim hold i.s his h gal w fe,^having had a difb rent e witb the counsel on Like all the men ol nil n Be the aivhdnko^tho other udesent him a challenge lo in.,, - |^' t. a cotiu iis^. ur., aie heauty.ai.d
hasb. i n lavisii of his gifts to siieli wouii n
laloombi.t, which was accepted.^When the dueling partv nut on^the Held, and the usual preliiBiBirioa were^gone throe ah. it was aimed that bjataed of
usingpistols the oumhatatits should tighi^with Iheir lists. 'The light that . iisiied was
ainrahlnndi than Ike avetana duel, aaaeoa
asMr. Curlette sent the challenge he i^signed his posit ion 101 eoiuiiioiiwealth^h al^toniey. It was alterward contended that^be had nut .ought a die I. as lists did not^come iimh r the head of deadly We .pons.^The indgf. however, held that it w.'.k a duel, I to | ranlcin
sall tin- prrllmlaarlee of the code had bet alaat or of
e.iltil d out.
i.spleaaad his lalicy. A lew years uuo a^oom. lv Hungarian damsel attn eti d bun
andin- showid harfliaeh attention, s.r.^^eoaently tUedeaeaal aaaaa to New York,
andonly a lew mouths ago she^ion Iv. d .Mil guldens as a present
fromher former admirer. The aien*
dukev. rites to her frequently, and I under^^stand t hut Ills hi lei s are mi ^m may and con-^lid, nt ml.
Alfr the departure of tins favorite tho^arch duke, it ih saul, took a fancy
T'.milyHtabeli tie yoona-
l.onStub. I. an i i soubrettu
of euneiderable notoriety, He bud
**^^-km vvn I'rauli in Kmilv lion. I ^ r el. Idliooti
^n and Mm Mnfeeelatjami bad freqnentlj eipreaaad ins appawahv
Withnn ninbrellu. says Hal. in Ih- Courier I ^^^ .'^ r '^ ^^^^v ^Ul1. ^ro^^.n.1^. 'pmlities.^Journal, a woman is more at home, aerial
regardsil as a .tick dr. ssed in petticoats,^hut then she is exasperating in her manage.
1u.. tit of it. On u clear day she holds it^limply ..'id it falls down on the street, is
Ipeaked Bp by a galleleaa Btan who haada M
tober,and who gets in return not a polio^^thank lull,^ l.ui n very dignified one, that^iuaiaaetea he meant to keep d. (In ii rainy^day it is carried Ht.lfly . ml steri.lv ..verier
heedfor aafety. The real of the world
walkon i aeh side of her. for men may com.
BooIn her tarn showed be reel I devoted to
bisinterests, and tin result, 1 am told, waa^I but one hie- ii.^it.in.' Bot long ago an iiruiy^chuph.uiareaeameaonad ami laefewndas
alesArchduke John ot Austria ai d Kmily^hi .lb. I wire made mail and wife.
Aostrinnein thiaeity are ^aliened that a
.enee hast nil n pio.cn and are equally^Hatislied that Archduke John contracted it^with nis ^ y.s Open and v.nl never make any
attemptto break it, ^ii.s conduct iii the
Mattelis entirely ronsi-tent,^ they say,^^Is .'iii'.'. it is only natural that a BUM who^prefers the life ^f a bard working pr.vite
andmen may go, but that iiiubr. Ua pursm s ril i/eti to that of an archuuke shall look for
astraight earner regardless ofthsnghta a wife aiwina the pennla and n it aaaonajtha
ofother |iaople. When she gets in a uobilily, If the aielidulo should change
fejaetaer the anbrelli Is dripping. Doe* hie inliid and ilaafda In telaln lili Htfe) and
Biobold it against her ovvii ^lr. sj^ ('. itainly ; rank, why, then, it might lis eaef for
not.She holds the umbrella and lelo the^water rui. down the nidi s of Ih. trousers i.1
thennfurtanate nan who may be Bast to
her. 11: only safety from pneumonia ia in
iliglit.Scowl i will not btdan her tan^More thai umhrcll i, and she is hap, leal .1^it has i. eword handle tin t will .uggisi^deeda of darkneaa tkat ahe kae in eh v. ii
insteadof doing ..wuy with skirli, some,^body would keep B woman in the house on
hi...to |M rid of a woman who, when^Be .e o ried feel; was not bis social. quid, but
asii is pretty aerlale that be will not^ananga hie mind his wife any feel sun- that
leB II not disc .id her. lb^ only dllfer-^me lo her will be that insb ad ot being an
arekdnobaaa,if In nana only, she will m^future In known as Mrs. John ^ bib.
1am assured by a gentleman who has^s 11. certain document* relating to the inar-
|rainy daya or t.iiehher bow to carry mi I ring., tbtit no ipuntioii as to the validity can^antbrolla properly, tha thanka of an ant ^ ,v rariee,
InatioBwould be given I . that person, and
becoui.i bare laaay aadwi lie ataada araet ii^to his iu. inory or b.s statue placed wherev. .^In- dcHired it.
kriailaa lalentleta of tfrlea.
TheIt ,i i lube, with many Hiiliilivi-ini-.^occupies about two degrees of latitude, and^then eon... tbe Hadli Ihe Slusili, the Lango^and Inally the powerful Wanvoro ami
Wagaml..who |pie the count! i -s of I n.
yoraand Panada, iiuniediat. ly Bnath of th.^province, nf tie equator. All of tin^people i ;e. as I bi.vn said, hi allien Witil
th neat radtoaeatary notiona or religion.^Th.y bavi ti eir coojoors.or naMeinii . arli^are ibior only pi lest s, and to whom re at.^tr.bcud laihiaeaepeahiimaii powers, win:^iia- other miti Wear Bo ooveriti^the coojoor usually lias n skin^.f sola.- alad hanging down I
i.aik.it.- ween ct.r.i.us ehanna and^ixnalete, end freonentiy ^ irre-s a gourd ra.^tie, or a horn to baow upon. He often est
insu b nn Ulled with dust, or with ratio
iiddaend ende. whtoh ia aappoaad eebav.^nagic:d \ it lues, ity Im uativi Drall le^keepa alive the faith of the p.opie in in^iii-gie. lie eon.nils the weather, an.^Munitions thefaloof w-.r. Hefevofe an^the physician, and whether his intn nt bt^i ow or a i.a li. the result is probably BJOTI
favorablethan it would be if bianhanna^opeia were fetrger, The treatment, w.f
-I the dut :es Oi the pl vs.ci iu go, ia Otdblll^i ily by dsnoes and incaiitalioiia on hi- pa. t
t.i'the prototype ol the Chriethta Nleo.^tint.^Barood Bey m Beribner,
ii.eRoayn ^^( Pte,^The pie, we ie \ n ^ark, in Ih ^ ..r going
bail: to Adam, is by no means of Yaiikeu^origin, : ays the Spiaiiglicid It. publican. H
1s oi peoelne Engl tab aneeetrya bnglish^in. rataie aavore of pie from way back, .md^.t aadonbtedly landed al Plyinontk loek^with the germs of other free in-litutiona,^i ly to develop in new forms and nropi-^|Bla :^ Wide accept .t ion. 1 ho Pur.t.uis and^ihe I' I;:.n.is oattM to a land whose surly^. I,, ite :n. led the enjn)meat of fr.-sh
. . to hix im.,:;'!. nf the year. What
.,..(^ natntali Becaaary and wise than^that the boon wivee abonld dry a] plea and^panpkiBi and eouipoand the u.vaterioaa^inlnceuient, in ordei to aenre a proper dea*^-.-it 1, .or., ti... lords i r the new ountineatf^PUj reigned by tore , ol neeeeaily and wit.
TheLugllabmcn left n. hind took ale and^o i r. but tin-' not .' developed a strong
aid on tiie .New Rngland table. Hut^and.ni eonuaeree and lartnti a are sup
t.sit friots I he yiar i'and, and to
n.ii pie yields. WitkMrawoerrieaha Anrll^i^d nay, and ^ ' ndy succession of other
iil.v miitatillK. a .ear's, and thereafter
ran^ i ad haaariaa, lay aothina oi^inn dfmitajtbea eeaaityofi arydeeatei^.mi-i ee. When .or tin* abondanae of^.mi onn be ii' tnl.'itrd and edordedi it will^.jseo.iy revolationiae tbe popnlar dietary;^ipon the farms the swav of trudition and^iu ibjeetion to pla are les^ eaailf broken,^n eaeoant of the aheeaeeaf these snb-^itltntee.