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VOLXXXV.^NO. J 46.
HELENA. MONTANA. SUNDAY MOHNING, JULY 15. 1804.
BigClearance^Sale of^Boys'^, Children's
AtMarvclously Low Prices.
AGESFROM 4 TO 19 YEARS:
i' ^11 ^^ ^ i to
Children'snull* From (1.50 to f.VOO.
Toreduce the Btock materially^we tiavo made such radical reduc^^tions in prices that you cannot^aliord to overlook them.
U3-2BS. MAIN STREET.
WeDo^As We Agree
Ifwe ever advertise^to sell
Wewould deliver to^every man, woman and^child that has the neces^^sary 65*90 tne Om Hun^^dred l'ounds of Sugar.
WeDo As Wo Agree
Weare selling all goods^at the eld puce. No^pushing up prices be^^cause ol the strike.
SovtrtlgnCost Home and Debs^Says There Is Nothing^fiVw to Say.
TheLatter Told the Btrlkera the^Only Thins Loft Wu to^Oat Them back.
a.It. II. to Kami Dot Man to Work t'p^tl.otlin.nl In l .lot of tit*
Cnu-aw).July 14.^Th* executive connoll^of tb* Federation of Labor finlab*d it*^work to-night lod adjourned. I.Utle in^^formation waa given out rxospt tint the^council bail darltlatl to appropriate f to^^ward! tba Deb* deferiee fund. Pig*) U^tited to bii room aarlr, and daollnad to aaa^an v out. Ilia r*rrc*.ntativ*e aald b* bad^notblnu to Bay in adultlou to wbat waa^Divan out. Urand Master Workman Hov-^araiiin lafl tbi* evening for Has Molnaa^wilboot making any further ordara in re^^gard to Ihe alrika.
Everythingal.ont tb* eity ie quiet to-^n'l'bt. and llirre buys bsen no davelop-^m*nla In tba tin-up, announced for to day,^wbieb fails 1 to oi.te ir.l-.
Chicagola returning uornial condition^Tb* aotion of th* conference of tb* Fedaru-^tion of Labor yesterday afteruaon, ^upple-^mcnt*d by a ma tint: of tba Hulldiug^Trade* aaaarnbly, at which it waa resolved^to resume woik at oner, ia sooaptad uul-^vtnilly aa a deatb blow to tba 1'uliman^boycott.
Deb*and Sovereign aay tiny ate going to^fight to tb* bitter and. Debi goe* *o far a*^to aay that bo will tla np every raliioad in^th* t'nit*d Btatee, Lnt be alio laid in bla^ep**oh laat night to ftlM atrikeri: ^Tba only^thing that now remalna for ni to^aacompliib ia to get you boya back^at yoar work. I hope, boy*, to^tee the day come aoou when every railroad^man and laborer will bi leady to lay down^tb*ir work and light for tb* tight* of any^body of brother* who aro being wronged.^Mot till yon are reely to do tbi* run labor^make any demand* on capital,
Tbieitntement i* acoepted aa an ac^^knowledgment of defnat. Deb* oalled In^conference thia morning the member* of^bie exreutivo board.
F01the null part the railroad! are tak^^ing back the.r old employee at faat n* tbey^apply, bat bavo not diichurgad the new^mm. The striker* who were unable to ^*-^our* lemstateraent a e Inilatlng upon oon-^tinning the etrnggle.
Uenaal Matter Workman Sovereign aaid^tbla moining: ^Knigbta of Labor organi^^zation* throughout th* country. w*te to^meet to-night to eontidar the queitlon of^etanding by the A. II, I). I may telegraph^them to day requeeting them not to eon-^elder the matt, r at ell. It ie a qoeetlnn^wbetbfr they aannot help th* A. H. U,^more bv remaining at work,
ViceI'reeident Howard, of the Amerioan^Hallway anion, adviaed tte em. loye* of^th* Chioago. Milwaukaa A HI Peal and^th* Chloago Jt Nortbw. *t*rn niilwaya to tie^np both ayiteme, at a meeting of the rail^^way men last night, numbariug I'.000 m*n.^Howa d waa enthusiastically applauded.
1he board of direotoraof the nwitohinen'e^Mntnal Aid association to-dar adopted n^e.olation nudoreing the action of (iraad^Maeter Mil** W. llarretl dltconlinuing tb*^^t ike.
I'reeidentJ. J. Ky*n, of th* liallding^Trades oounoi1, sate tbe oonnoil was undo*^the impreeaioa that tbe General Hallway^innnageiH wonld ecoept Deba'iiropoallloii^when it wee deoide 1 to call the atrika off.^However, Uyan aay* tb* light ia lost and^tbe council will not reverse lta dcoiaion.
JohnM. Fgau. ahai man of th* U*ner*l^Managers' association, announced at noon^to-day that the nction taken lest night in^leturning to Mayor Uopkin* tbe prnposi-^tiou inbnutted by P eaiJent Deba waa^^ndoraed by the matting of the general^managers to-dar. '1 he General Manager.^^association adjonrnad ana die el 12:30.
MayorHopkina to-dar forwarded to^Preaidcnt Deba tbe communication of tbe^general manager* r.tuiuing D.be' propoel-^tion. I ho mayor laid: ^1 think the rail-^uiad eompaniea ebon .1 have taken advaut-^ago of each a fiiir offer in tbe mt. eat of^1 eace, law and order. Gl oou ee thut^know their bmines* belter tiinu 1 do.
Sovereignletttheconteienceof tbe Amer^^ican Kailway Union dinolor* at H.':ftO and^atated that tb* gene.nl at ike of ibe^hinghta of Labor wonid not be ordereJ,^^ nt that tba knigbta will be called out^whenever U will be of service to the Aniori-^can Hallway anion.
GrandCulef Stevenson nod Secretary^Uoueuiuu, of tb* llrothorhond of Bel way^Carmen, epreasutlng tboy obiiui 7,dl0 men,^announced tbemialvea 111 sympathy with^I lb* A. K, I . and aent telegrams to local^union, authorising them to go on ^syiu;a-^tbetio 4trik^ if tbey an* fit,
'1Uo executive committee of tb* A. H. 1'.^decided to aeiid out aix men and aa inauy^il.rector* as c 111 be spa ed to work up Monu^^ment iu fnvor of tba A. H. D
Gnnd Chief Howie, 01 tbe itailwav Track-^m.o.' aaeociution bna olTrred the A. K. I',^th. e.rvceaof bla aaaociation in any wsy^requir d. Aoont l'K) number* hr.ro already^struck.
Summon*was eorved to-dav on Dobs,^Kelib.r lingers and ilowar.l, ofiloers of th*^A. 11, U.. lu tli* I'niteJ .-tale* cirouilconrl^tor tl.e weet.ru diatrlct of t'enmylvauia,^to ai Mai lu Aoguat to euenar nu informa-^11011 Hied against them. The trouble Is Ibe^sunvj as that ll.ad In court be e.
Anllltlor'a i. irhe I poll tho Strike.
Ciir.VKtNr.July 14.^Lirnt.-('ol. Ilrady,^of the Hevent entti infsntr., who bad com^^mand of the troo[L nt liocit Spring* during^tb. sl'ike troubles, returns 1 to Fort Hu.-^eell t^^-dar nud ra^o'tod to tha command^lug oltlcer that he been orJernd to report by^Geu. Iltooke n* being under stroat. Uol.^Ilrady'aarrest is b.lUv.d tu be tba result of^intemperate utterances upou tba link*^quf*tion.
t'lillitinnMake. 11 Statement.^New Yohk, July 14.^Pullman haa t*^ued^a Ungtliy statem^ nt 011 tbe nttitud* of hi*^oompiiny iu ref* enc* to tb* itrike, It*^MMafeTa merit* and it* settlement. He^does not declare deuuitel* toward sub^^mitting to arhltrntlon, but urgee that it^would b ^ unliuaine.alike to o jucida an ar-^bltratioa whieb might deoide that tbe^I oiltran worka be operated at a loss.
TroubleAlong the A. A I*.^WAtiiiKiimi, Jn y 14.^Gen. AlcCook be*^reported lo th^ army beadqaarta ^ thai th*^situation at Williama, Wmsow and Peach^' p Inge 1. .0 a Ulmil that he bae or irr.d^Ibr** liilanlry compinie* from Whlpile^lta rucks. Aril,, to Inks ntatioua al tbeei^points and 1110vj aliin^ t i* Allnnlic ^. I'a-^oilla lailwar aa daeiu.d iieoeasari.
Arthurami lit. Knglneere.^CLivtLxan, July 1J. ^Chief Arlhu ,^wb.n aboaa lbs dispatch in tefereuoe to^SIliBg tb* places of ilnkurs, deol.ieJ Ibat
habad not lasu.J ancb order* a* those^mrntlonsd. Engine*!* w^r* upheld when^tbey rnfoaed to run with non union flre-^oieu. and brotherhood uiea wero luatraoted^not to take tb* pi sens of stake a.
MONEYFOR ALL DEBTS.
r.vldeneeeaf the Tie I s IM.spprarlag la^Mmiy fleeee.
Ooiibm,Jnly 14. A Hootbern Paalfle train^left in r^ for Han Franolaeola two **ot|oua^al four o'oloak yaaterday afternoon, under^trot**liuu of Hulled Htate* troopa. Th*^train carried all delayed paesengera nnd^many lona of mall thai bid accumulated^during the elrik*.
ILoot* Jnly II ^All trains *r* now^nrrmng and d*| arting na time. William^Hack. William Waalrope, K. A. Huberts,^A. J. Hoherk nnd Dick llrown, to mcrty^Mleaouri Pnrlflo firemen, bnv* been ar^^rested for causing last erenlDg'e awltob en^^gine wreck. r)
LixNinoN, Jul. 14.^ Junes Murphy,^abisf of the A. lb I', lu Kentneky, ieeelve^l^a teleg am fiom Eugene V. Debs orJering^all membrrs of lb* oidar lo strike. Ill*^men refuaed to go out,
Winnkmiiu:*.Nov . .Mir 14.^Four trains^*nd an engine aniv.d b*ro to-day from th*^r*st, Tb* mall car* contained all thn de^^layed mall which ba* accaoulatiidat Gg leu^^ ^.11 g tb* atrik*.
TaOVMA,July 14.^The Northern I'aelllo^is now esnding out trains on tbi* division,^this being tbe Orel time tba entile s*ivie*^hue 1.1 tn maintained.
AHEW St A NAG Kit.
ACalifornia Man lo Ink* ^ harge of the^Auacnnila Maedard.
Tbemany frimds of J. H. Darston,^manager of th* Anncoudn ritandard, will^r*gr*l tn learn of I.is r*tir^ineut. He ba*^be*n conu.cUd with tb* (Standard eser^sin,* its establishment. *ud tins made^many friends thiougbout tba *t*te. Tb*^following from the Oakland Tiibuneof ie-^cent data exi laine tbe situation:
1'o-dayW. K. lioud aavers his connec^^tion with Tb* Tribnn* lo ihooi new hoai-^neaa HlMlwaM in another itate. M'. Hon i^was aenala elerk in I ^ '^ when ba joined^The Tribune etaff, and for yean uaat he^baa been lta business manager, lie now^leaves to become tbe manager of the Hian-^dard, o. Auaoonda, Montana, which ia thn^leading paper in Ibat atate. Tbe Standard^ia owned by a wealth, evnd'cta and baa a^daily circulation of over 10,000. Tba com^^pany owns Ibe building winch it ocouplsa,^and bas a apcclal train service of its own^covering tbe entire .1st.,
Mi.lloud is remarkably bright and capa^^ble, and ia an excellent bnainne* manager.^H* baa also the faculty of making frl.nda,^and aft* making them, tbe rarer faculty of^being able to keep tbem. He i* * man of^the stricttat integrity, nnd, while regretting^tb* severance of bn relations wilb the Tri^^bune we congratulate the proprietors of^the Anaconda .-tauda d on their good for-^luue in eeourlnu, his ssrvices. During tbe^eight years bs lias been with tbe Tribune,^bis rslationa with thootSse have bsen plens-^snt, and be hue enjoyed the good will nnd^oonfidanae of every one connected with the^rstsbllsbuienr. In leaving the Tribune, be^oarriea with hi in tha good will of all and their^best wisbss fur hit succsss in bn new held.
NOT I'll K FAV0K1TK.
Henry Young Heals the Fnvorltee nnd^llrenk. a llecord.
(iin*nn, Jnly It.^Henry Young, al fif^^teen to one, won the Colnmbn* handicap,^beating tbe belt lot of borsc* that has^faced a (tarter tbia aenaon. 1 'ash Day and
YoTambien rau on nearly even ttrma in^tb* lead for a mile, then Henry Young^r*oed by them and won by a length In^1:68%. a itoond and a quarter falter than^tbe leoord tor a mile and tbre*-*ixteentb^.^It was not a popnlnr victor^ and there were^few to applaud Clayton aa he rode back to^th. aland.
Fiveand e half fa-longs - r'lving Dutch^^man, Kitty Clive, lough Timber, l:ii7 ,;^aix fnrlongs^Lindolette, Lawyer, Volaiio ^.^Ill,; ^ 'jliimi.ua baudicap, mile and lbr -e-^^ixie utb., net value to winner (II 0^Henrr Young, Yo Tnmbieu, Cnsh Day,^1:68)^; mile nnd one sixteenth -Linde,^8trainmeatb, Piinoo Carlo, l:4t!'a: male^^Senator Irbr, Flora l bo ntoti. Loudon,^1:40s,; six fnrlongs^ Pop Gray, Chnrmiou,^1- Hon Gray. 1:10.V
NrwYottK, Ju.y II ^The grand stand at^Hi iklit on lieach wna paoked lo-day, and it^wa* frightfully hot. Tbe track was dry^and fast.
Mil*nnd three furlongs^Mary S., Tiny^11111, llarrv Alonzo, LMl (tx furlongs^^Stonenell, Flo rnoe, Micwao Gaesn, ItM)^five furlongs^J*e^i^ Taral, King Go.J.^Gulden Gate, l;iKt'4; mile and une-aix-^teiuth ^ ^^ir Wait r Comanobe, Gold l^ol-^11 r. 1 IK',; mile -('bant, Arab, Capt. T^^1:1.' Ml at*epl*rba*', (hurt courl*^tit,^Luke, hi. John, Japonic*. SiOCi^..
Ilragseilto liar lieath
Couninii,N. Y , July U.-Whlle Mr*. W^P. Hnrron, of Addison, aged lio yeara, wai^oat driviug in compiuy with her daughter,^tbe hone baciine frightened and ran away,^hue attempted to jump, bat her dreee^caught in one of tbe whuell and ahe^waa drsgged quite a ilistauco over the^rough ground. Her rlotbee w*^e torn^from her body, and when her d ingbter^leached her aid* ahe wa* dead. Mrs. Mat^^ron waa the mother of Dr. W. K Marron, of^Addiion, nnd of tha wife of Judge Mc-^Ltnuan, of (Syracuse.
Iho Christian I'Inileavor nnmety.^Cx.ivn.xnu. Ju'y 14.^lu th* Christian^I'.tidcavor mealing to-dly there was an^upun discussion on ^What are lb* llentfits^of lull-national Fellowship^^ onaduoled^by D . liewis Howe, of Louiivlll*. Kev.^Wayland Hoyt, of Minneapolis, apoke mm^^Inter-denominational Fellowship.^ Tb*^morning exeroiae* it ria*n^*rf**t hall war*^lirgily divoted lo tna Junior aociety.
KxNakaCur, Jaly 14.-Ilogan and his^in iMtriaki left by riv*i to-day lor Mi.
iMTBaMJuly 14.Th* Canard Hlsnmsbip^oompaiiy baa cut the etearag* rat* lo tb*^Hulled HtatM dowu to SHI.
br I'kti HHiit'iKi, July 14. ^One hundred^and levetily-ou* now cases of cholera and^fifty deaths from is. aa- have been re^lotted lure.
Wiiulinii,W. Va., Jaly 14.^The rem-^naiite ol Kally'e itidustntl army were ar^^rested and aeulciieel to-day, eu maaae, to^U'tcrii days in tb* wo kbouss.
loi-Kai,July 14.^H. J. Moat, preaiduut^0ftbe1ocalA.lt. I' , haa bean nouiluateo^ly acclamation lit the populists fur repro-^a.iitatiye of the To.-eka city diitriot.
KxNatnCut, July 14.^Dr. Carver to-^d n won the last of the aerial of livo pigeon^lunula with J. A. It Klllol, of Kansaa (Tit.^and time takes tha match, ( arvsr killed^ninety s.x bnda to bla oppousut's niusiv-^toar.
Clin-1110,July 14. ^Chicago H, Ilrooklyii^8, tlri m. Louis M, Italllmore 7; Clevelaud^111, Pulladslpbls f| Cinelnnstl 14, Ho.ion^I.'; rntshaig ft, NvW York li; Luatsvill* ft,^Wssbiagtou 'X
Houdkkm.N. J., July 14-Striking Ital^^ians on ths nsw lloulevard threw stones al^th. polio, to-day. The policeman, Audnr-^aou, ttlnllr aliot on* ltsllsn. lb* mub^then quinied kown.
11 iuHNvii.t.g, T.nn , Jaly 14. ^ News^reached here from D.cksou count' thai^masked uim sbut William U.I I, uliaa Diew'^a negro. He waa a barn burner aud *ua-^peet*d*yf atsuy srluie*.
Bill Introduced to Rrf/iilata^Practice or Courts In Enter,^in^ Judgments.
ItPropoaoa to Make All Gontraote.^Payable In Legal Tender^Monty
Practicent Nnllnns In thn Matt.r ot Die^erlrnloaling llalwern I'aper and^i ..in Money.
Wahuim.to*.Jaly 14.-Hutliuss circles^will bs iiiteroitil in a bill lepo ted bv th*^1.on ' commit!** on jadloiary, providing^that all contracts hcresfte- *x*cutnd for lbs^payment of any sum of money, whslbsr In^gold, ellver, or cola, may be discharged by^any ninuey which is by law lecal tender for^the payment of debts. I be author of tbe^ineaanre. Lane, af Illinois, etplnln**that It^11 intuuilsd lo tegnlate praetico In lb* fed^^eral court. In regit d to entering judg^^ments, and to preserve tbe stability and^uniformity of currency. Tbe luw ia now^that gold end silver coin ml traaanry^uotea are legal tsndor for tb* payment of^all debts, pablioand private. For private^transactions balwaen individuals th* law^make* both kind* of money eqanl, and^Lano any* neither cunrta nor pnvatu Indi^^vidual! hive any rigbt to annul^the law, ae th* federal court*^bay* done lu boldiug tn-l judgment^oau bo entered for ^coined dollar*^ for tba^purpose of annulling tbe act of ^ong eas^making treaaury notes legal tender.
luLngland il was a ftdotiy to dlacredit a^coin of ical money. The courts of France^have lia'U that psrtle* ctnnot, by *pecial^contracts, d sc Iminale between tb* bank^note* of tb* ltsnk of I'.anco and com^tnonsy. btv*r*l *talunou't* have passed^upon tbe question, end oouutrued tb* law^substantially as it was held by thw courts^of Fiance. It il to th* Interest of society,^lay* Lane, that money abould ba u.eJ 111^bo*ine*s, but it la unjust tbut bo rowe ^^should, in i.dditlon to ths risk of hutinsss,^be b*ld respnusibl* 'or tb* fluctuation* of^currency. When tb* money of tbe conotry^i* loaned under go.,1 contracts, tben tb*^money power can iticreaau ila wultb br^foicing go.d to a premium and compel tb*^debtor to pay murli more than the amount^borrowed,
Adifferent view of tbia question is taken^by tbu repnblicsus of the oommltte*. except^liroderici, of Kansas, nil ot whom voted^eg mat Ibe bill. W. A. Stone, of Ponnsyl-^van ia. say* the success of such a measure^would be a menace to tbe vert foundation^of business. Particularly would It be dis-^nstioni to foreign dtnliugs, nnd to com^^mercial paper. Most of tba bond* of^muuicn aiitie*. states and enrpo ationa, be^.aid, are payable nt gold coin, ami nnd- r^^acb law tharu would be no eafeguarda to^prevent tbe lender* of money, bit nor indi^^vidual* or orgen /'itions, from being paid^in depreciated on renov. lis regarded it aa^the outcroi ping of a free *llv^r measure,^aud a step iu tbit diiectiou.
NATIONALA it It 1 Til A f ION,
Mprloger lntrodnoes a Hill to Kstab-^llsh It.
Wahiiinoto:),July 14.^ Hepiesentative^Springtr has introduced a bill to create a^nitlonal bosrJ of arbitration, whiob fol^^lows in Its main features suggestions on^tun subject in President Cleveland's mes^^sage of MM Tba board 1* to be a part of^the department of jnatlce, and ia to cuuaist^of three member* appointed by lb* presi^^dent, or two appointed member*^nnd tb* commissioner of labor. 1 he^member* aha I hold office for six^yearn, at 11 salaiy of (.'i,0U0. They aie lo^bo emiowered to settle controversies be^^tween railroad or other eompaniei engaged^ia tho transportation ot property or pas-^seuurri among Btatee, or to foreign ntlion*.^nnd their employee, whiob did rencus may^hinder tbe transportation of property, pis-^srugsrs or m ills. It is proposed the hoar I^.halt have power lo Invalidate all d fler^auces, whether called upon or not, an J re^^port to the president.
MNP*tl.l.All i nil MCAKAtiUA.
Iinporlnnt Warning to Inter-Mountain^\ t s.nl llws.ri,
Wasiiinuton,July l4.--'lb* traninry de^^partment to-d*y issued Ihe following cir^^cular: ^To collectore of initoii.i aud oth^^ers: Thil depirlment ii advised by the^secretary ot statu that be has received a^comniun'.cttion from Dr. Gaxmau, Nlcar-^aguan ininlsier al this capital, stating that^| an insor.-ection exists to Moantnto strip,^partleipatsd in br Amoiic.iiis, and^that Ibe government of Nicaragua^feara tb* insurgouis will b* tided^bv the arrival meu from the I'nited State*.^\ our atUnl.oit is Invited to the neutrality^iaw^ embodied in lbo revised statute* of^tha United States, and yon are inalinotel^to canae their observance in your district,^nd to detain any vesiel departing af at-^tamptlng tu depurl from the I tilled Stat**^111 contravention of Ibe irovtiioua of th^slatutia. (Slgiinl),
W. a Ct bun, Acting Sccr*t*ry.
th*(eaate. N.llher Iron any ooal has been^^srried back to th* fr*e ll*t and p'obably^tba s.uat. tale of 40 oenl* a ton will *l*nd.
Itie quit* definitely Milled that lead ia^lo remain nt Hire.-fourths of a *^nt per^pound, a* fixed by lb* uttate bill.
Hiin.^ I'roeaedlng..^Wa^minotiin, July 14.^Altai passing the^bill foi tka coii.lrugtioti of a bridge across^tb* Mississippi at Kagl* Point. Dubuque,^tha boa** went into eomaittUs of tba^whole to consider tb* bill fo lb* creation^of a retire 1 list fur disabled ofla.r* of lb*^W*SfJM msrius service. Clark, of Mis^^souri, contlnusd bis opposition. He de^^clared tbe e.vil mivio* *y*tem lbs^monuments! fMud of th* century. ^Not^ten In this hoass,^ bs said, ^could at-n I^tbe examination for a $'.^^^) clerkship.^Why, they **ked ens niun how many^lirilisb aoidiara war* sent lis e da-lug tbe^revululiou*ry war. Tbe applicant replied^I that be did not know tba exact number,^but bn knew a d^lhaii weul back.^ |Lj*gbtai.]
.caudal-Mongerllelmkail.^W*H)ii^ntTf)K, Joly 14 ^The aenili pro-^eecdiugi were devoid of lllteieal, tbe only^th ug reli.-ying th* gtneral monotony baing !^a peraonal explanation by Allen, A re- 1^oently published newspaper charged Ibe^Nebiaaka senator with being intoxicate! |^and indecorous in bis conduct last I nea-^dai, which Allan denied. At theiame time^Allen arraigned tba fabricator of tbe atoiy^a* ^an esenasiu of per.ooal obarucler, aud^mora dangerous to ibe buppiuess and wal-^i fata of tl.o couiuiuaity Ibeu ail atmy with^I banners,^ (
amis for Individual Ind'aas.^M AHuiNdTuN, Jaly 14.- The bill permit^^ting Indians who hold lands allotted lo^tbem lu **vrr*lly to lease their laud*,^passed the bouse yaaterday. il waa pro^^posed by list rosentativ* Piekler, of Sooth^Dakota, a* en amendment 10 Ibe bill to^ratify tha treaty with tbe Yuuia ludiaua of^California, aud few member* appreciatid^ita impoiianoe. Tba length of U**ea is^limited to tiv* years.
Wahiihhton.July 14,^Commodor^i Car-^peuter has been assigned to the command^of the Asinlio station, to succeed Admi si^Skerritt, retired. My virtue of his com^^mand be will haye tbe rank of rear ad^miral. Command of tbe Fiuropsan itatiou^will go lo Commodore William V Kirk-^land at his own r.queat.
ior.xtarraluate the Thistle.^Wahhisokin, July 14.^Sanitor llnns-^broogh b*i beeu authoriz.d by tb* com^^mittee on agricaito e to report an amend^^ment to the ugricoltural bill, appropriating^tl.OU0.OIO for the extermination of the^Kuanan tblalle, tb* amount tn bt disbar*, d^by Ihe governor* of th* various statss on^^cer th* direotiou of In* aesretary of ag. 1-^oulture.
SENTLP FOU FIFTKKN YEARS.
TheSentence Impo.ed 1 poo st Highway.
nasial ('real falla.^Special to Thn Indnponden'.
GiikatFalm, July 14.^ JnJg* Itcnton. of^ths diitriot court, lo-diy leoteucol W. 8.^Smith to tb* penitentiary for fifteen yesr*.^Smith I* tbe man who dabbed Tboua*^Wiutor* with a ooupliug pia near tbe rail^^way bridge a week ago and tb*n went^through him. Winlei* is illil at tbe hospi^^tal, under treatment for ikutl fracture, but^the physicians think be will pull tbrougb.
IVIIII'ni.braln Labor Day.^Special to Tho Independent
GbeatFaixh, July 14.^Lsit night lb*^Trade* and L ibor council deoided to aele-^brute Labor day and ap oiatld Messrs.^Keyno.ds Gay, Young. Lstbrop aud Parry^acommittee of arraugeiueata. Thiy hop* to^to iu*k* theoaoasionexo3lanything hitherto^attempted in th* city or (tute.
Specialto The Independent.
MiHsot-LA.Jnly 14.^A aummary of th*^^lienor's books show, th* uascaaniant of^Missoula county r*al estate to be 7:11.210;^personal propsrlj, (1,070,1180; meichaudiae,^('-'.^i7,7.V^; hors-s. (ir_',l!.YJ; cattle, (^;; ;^The Nortti.ru Paeiflo assaaament will make^a total of about (ft.OOd.OXJ, which make*^this ouuuty iccond class.
Advsncnor thn liarllagton.
^^^ al to 1h^ IndeixiudanL
Jin1 in..1, July 14 ^Tue Uurlinglon rail^^way I* rapidly progiaaaiug toward* Millings,^and sxpects to b* ready to raeeiv* ship^^ment* by 8*pL lft.
THEIRHOPES ARE RISING
Managersof the Southern Paeiflo^Gaining the Mastery 0^er
Butthe Dloolcado Huh Not Yet^Lioon Broken In Northern^California.
anmeTrains Pant Out lailer (near of Mil^^itary I'mtnetlon - Arrested loe^Hi* Treslla Crlinu.
I'ACIITCIt. It. dbmiv
A I'laa for I'liyiiinut Agr**d l'p*n In^1 ut.i 11111 (...-.
WAitiiNitTiiN,July II. ^ Hy a tateting^wh:ch lastsd all day thu h use comniltt**^on Paolfio railroads w is able to finish lb*^problem which biiengag.d il through the^^ a ion and to reteh ^ practionl sgre*ni*ut^ou a plan for the s---t em ..t of th* debt* of^th* Central nnJ I'ulou Pacific. Tb*^bill wblcb will ba reported will be,^in lie in 11 . featur.a. the one intro-^duced by Chairman lt.illy, with som* le^^^1 .-r: mt aineiidinents. I b* ttm* for ^ it e^itietil of tha debt to tb* government I* lived^at fifty tea . sunil aotitial iMyinanta 111^Ihjuldation of it lo be made; interett is lo^be at tb* r*te ol Ibr** pa' cut. per annum.^I un principle ameudmenli adopted to-da.^we a In tu* direction of mailing iroiiolnd^the governtu.nl'* hold upon the piopartr.^and tnaarlug it from losing utiy of it* rights^by tba n*W ar 1 mg.m nt^.
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onin Items Agreed I pan by thn Con-^fvre.a.
Waihimuiiin,Jnty 14 ^lh* conferral on^the tariff bill hive agreed on tba following:^Ibe polte v rate Is lucrsassd tiv* p*r oenl.,^making (hem th* sum* sa th* houae bill;^glassware Is leducal to lb* hone, rates.^i ha common .abed 11 lo is scaled down about^live per oenl from thu sen ite rstes. The^uooleu eebeduln is broogbt down cone der-^ably, makiug II more in acc.irduur* with^1 He house ralei Ibe hous.i tale of (1 ou^wiuppers in ths tobacco schedule I. not^c. ai.ed m.t.itally from Ihe relei llxid by
Mewlllcyoi* Kacor.l*.^HoaroN, Jaly 14.^J. 1'. Bliss, known^among cyolnti *^ ^Flukey^ Hits*, of ( hi^ccgo. si:cc eded lu lowering tie reeor.l* for^a mile, both atanding and Hying sunt, st^Walthaiu tbia afternoon. He alao broke^tbe record fur two-thirds and thieo-qnar-^t*ra ol a mile. The iwo latter record* were^^maahed 111 tb* last part of the dyiug mile.^Nat Mutler, of Cambridge, waa *l*o suo-^ceaeful lu bis onslaught on th* on* mil*^reior.l (or cls.i A, riding lh* mile in^X:012-5.
liliesitiadj a mile lu two ralnate* Hal,^breakiug Ihu previous recor.i of .' U.' I ft^bed by Uirry Tyl*r, of bprmgfWid, Mas*
Itoiiidn'lI'raellee ou .Sunday.^Omaha, Jaly 14. ^ I-Tudmg* of tbe courl^uiartlal tbftl tried Private CeUa.quial, of^th* Second inftntry, for dt^ob*yiiig urdar*^to inform Urgel practice on Sunday, were^mad* public to-day. Cedarqatsl was found^guilty aud senleuoeJ tu six moutu* laipris^ouio.nl al hard labor, aud to forfait (10 a^mouth of bi* pay tor tb* lani* period.^Owing to tk* peculiar nature of tbe crime^the sentence wa* reduced to two months^lint risouiu.ut und*r a guatd at Fort^Omaha.
Iire in thn I'uor Ills tie'.^Sin Fmim isc i, July 14.^Twenty small^dwellings and twu human lives were de-^^troyed in a H e that broke out ou North^Ittacb ehorlly b*foro uouu to-day. Tb*^house* w*ro tb* homes , 1 many poor fam^^ilies, loiiiu uf whom lost *v^rythlug. I he^lolalpioperlylo.il* eetimetid at (ftO.OOO.^Two Utile sous ot Ml*. I.. Lndick*r, aged^two and four year*, were burued lo a crisp.
I.nweameasat Anaconda. ( ol
Cuiii'i.kCutis. Col,, July 14. ^A tele^^phone inasssg* trum tbe mining luwu of^Anaconda at uue o'olook tin* morning re^^port...I great *xcil*muut ov*r *u attempt to^lyuch a utuu couuued lu tho jail, charged^with having committed rape. The slsle^militia wars nsll*d to the .u ue audsur-^^ ouuded Ihe jail.
IheHank htalraa.nl^Nkw Yonx, July 11- lb* wsekly bank^(latemeat show*: Itsuns, lucre***, (1,-
SCOliftO; lo na, d*or*aa*, (1 0'.'3,1I0(), sp-cie.^dec ease, (lls~^.00(^; legal b ndrra, tnrrrase,^l I '^ ^-U; u^i o.tia, Ino case, ('J'-(^,lt0U; cir^^culation, druieaae, (2lft,000, in* bank*^now bold (7U,041,J7b in exes* of require^^ments.
HanFaAMiisrri, July It. ^ Io-nlght th*^hope* of tb* Soutb*rn I'm be managers a e^rising. Aided by tbs strong *rm of tbe^fade al government they ara gradually^gaining tha maiUry over lh* Atn.rioaa^bWilwur anion. Tbaitiiksri, howsvar, ar*^not gi,.ng up without a deipeiate llruggle,^sud tho cud II not yet in light, Thongb^pnsssugsr I aim have ba*n tanning^Ibroagbout uortbnra c'*llforuia ainoe^^irly tbu morning, and it n*uuot^h* laid that tb* I,lurked* hsa been broken.^Ibe tralni that ar* running have bean^moved under cover of lh* miiitiry, *nd^^vary train that proceeded any considerable^distance b^s borne * hsavv guard of sob^dlsrs.
Notwithstandingths presence of these^*rm*d gurtrde, uud . military fcioe of ^^thousand man acattered thiougb In* yerds^on Oak Ian 1 mole, tb* *ti iters succeeded in^frequently interrupting tmllioat tbat point.^About noon a mob of 21X1 atrikeri itopp^d^an Oaklsnd auhurban train at Wood (treat^and attempted to pull lbo non-union tlr*^man from the eab. 1'ronipt pollca iular-^farence prevented a delay of more than tea^milint**. Later in the day anotber .-lowi!,^nnmber.ug folly laJO ilrikirs, gathered *t^l-cvonlh atrsrt and atopped* tbo tlrat freigpjl^t Din that started out. Tb* uoB-uuleo^lirtraiu wa* dr*gged from tba locomotive,^lie wa* rescued from lbs mob by policeman^aud Unbelts, local pi*ni*nt of Ibe A. 11. C ,^etooited bim back to tb* locomotlvs, Agala^tb* mob interfered ,.nd lh* epgineer aban^^doned I11 comrade and pilled onto lb*^next siding. The fireman wa* badly pum^^mel ed by *trlk*ri.
'lb**lrik*ts at*ll*d an ther train that^haa beeu taken from tbe yard* und*r an^]e*rortof two com panic* of artillery, one^marching on either aide. Th* moh ran far^ahead end piled boarda ml tine and aton**^npou tb* traok. At Sixteenth aire*! th*a^^ucoecded in cutting tbe train iu two. If^ill **v*ral bonre b*fo * lb* trainmen^conld be gotten out of Ib.ir pt*dlc*m*ul.
Deapit*all tbi* rioliug ind dlaorder, th*^railroad ofhciala luvesedaxl ia moving^utarly all their local pe***ng*r train* on^lime. A through paasenger train from Lo*^Angel**, tue List unoi lb* atrika wa* in-^^nguiattd, *r.iv*d tbi* morning. Ou that^train waa a patty of *aateru louriala in a^Pullman coach, who had been aid .tracked^for over two week* at Mojav*, larroundeA.^by tbe hot sands of th* deserr. lbs av*r-^lend train kuowaaatba JaewOrhan* sx-^I re** was also dispatched for Los Angela*^at noon. Tb* *vening train for Lo*^Angeles, an overland train via Olden, ^ ud^tba O egon exprees, were uot sent out.
a11overland train wis di.patched tot^Ggdeu from Sacramento, boweve . Only^thirty paseengera ten of wbom were wo^^men, were on board. Other psssenger^l-stu* left S*or*m^nlo almoct ou scbcial*^time, bet no I am* wer* ma witboaliuib.^Iiry escort.
InSaoiam*nto lb* exciting event of tb*^day wse tli* ansst of Harry knox, leader^of tb* *ttikei^ at that point, for conspiracy^in connection with tbe wrack horror at tbe^tr.itl* wsat of Sacramento, Wsrrints ar*^also out tor the arrest of two othe- mem^^ber! ot tbe iirikera'mediatlou oouiroittte^on eimilar charges, Knox, who waa taken^to Woodland and, in default if (1^000^bail, thrown in jnd, insists thst he 11 inno^^cent of Ihe anfnl orime, nod deolurea tbat^the Southern Pacific com any bae effectjd^bis an eat to break bn lallueuce wuu the^sllker*.
Thnafternoon it w u publiabid tbat a^oonfee.inn bad been made by Worden, the^.truer under *ne*l ai principal in tb* per^^petration of tbe crime at tbe trestle. In^the al'aged cunfoiitou it ia said Worden^.on licat a Kn 11 and others for whom^warranto have been issued
TheSouthern Pacific company haa iasued^circulars announcing tbe oicuiug of its^1 Hi-ei for tbe sale of ticket! ovulandvia^Los Augelea. It I* lilted, however, that^lor th* lime being trains will not be ran in^northern California at nigbl. To avoid^poaaible diaaater* whan da kn*s* comes on^t (in* will be (idetracked tialil morning.
Asmall bridg* wa* burned tin* morning^on tbe ooatl oivisioo, and tralllo noith ot^Mid Jo** wna delayed several houra pend^^ing repairs. Al Los Angeles tbe hoatheiD^1'aclUa superintendent baa posted notices^that no tuo ^ men are wanted.
InSan Frnnciioo nt coaal divlaion head-^quarlera a blackllal vontniuing lb* names^of about fo ly leading strikers baa been^posted. Tbe otber strikers will b* taken^back. At San Jose, where considerable^violence waa done, nnue of tbe st'lkera^will be taken beck. In Oakland and Sac-^rsmenlo tbe question of returning to work^is not yet under discussion.
TheMain ol Trmla.
ViveYohk, Joly 14.- Hrsdstreet's sayi^there w*i*::'4 ftilare* in the I nitod M^l*s^reported this weak againal lb I last w**k,^^nd %IK In the second w*rk of July laal^yrar, and lt'^d in that week two years ago.
II.(1. Duu A Co,'* weekly review of Iritd*^^ay! dullness st lb* ws*l and south sfT.-cl*^th* Woolen manufacturers, but riolhl.r*^have poatpom d orders .u long Ibat Ibeir^effort* to net tbe good* tbev uow hsve give^a better lane Sales of wool for the week^were U,:i8u.t^J0 pouud.. against :i.l'al;l,700 last^*^*'^ _
A('uiiimleslnn.r la t ont.inpl.
CiNoiNN.trt.Joly 14.^Judge lafl to-d*y^nt'poiuted William ( tird I nurd Mai.-*^comiuisaioner si Mount SI*, ling, Ky^ vie*^K, M. l oroh, iiimovsoVjIor conUmit of^court. Tb* latter l* accused of advising^Ibe striker* to demand triala before bim,^and thsy would b* nil tight. Judge 'left^also ordersd the immediate erred of^l orob. and set his bearing for Monday^nsxt nt Covington, Ky.
M1NSI0NAKII811 I M WKII.
TwoTanng vTawtea A***alleai hy I Hlness)^^XaUrinlnallan ml Hmies.
VirroatA,U. C, Jaly 14.^llong Koeg^p*p*r*, arrived by .learner Viotollo, cbroa-^icte a *crlou* attack upoa Iwo ladles uf Ike^' ^ loan P.*ibytotl*ii mission at 1 anion.^Juue 11, a* a lAoll of which II is^slst*d, on* uf lh* Itdl** may die.^Mli* Bemler and Miss l(alv*riton* at*^tha names of the nntnrliinala mlHlonatU*^of meier, wbem ml.l.ap wa* so 1*4y u 1. to^their inl*t(k*n ministrslious. Thee an)yg^walking in llonsin In lh* afternoon aud^ram* aero** a ( blusinan, avl taolly la dvittg^cundltlon, by tba aids of a read. With^lander ear* they raised hltd and procured a^eug of ton, while one of tha ladle* applied^ber emailing aall* lo th* man's nostrils and^1 mover sad With Ilia*.
Theyrevived the inios ^ is toraablehlut^lo walk a few yards with support, hat sybils^^-nuv*elng bim on a eapau, with lh* latan-^lion of placing him lu a hospital, sum* of^Ihe Chime* who had gather. I mound nsk.d^If anything hsd been sdiuiuisUr.d to hint^I y lb* ^foreign woiacu,
WhenIbeyTeerned Ibat som.thlog had^been d in* for tb* aufortunst* man tbey^^pradily mad* danionilrallua* of r.eeat-^meat, and, uuhsp.uiy, al Ibis niomfal MM^obj**l of tho lad! a' attention etplred.^Instaully tb*y w*ia embroiled in a wordy^altercation Willi tb* su r landing mob, nnd^111 * moment or two tbe ludiguatiou ol tbe^erowd veot.d iteelf with brutal violeae.,
VIis* Hesa sr s*oap*d nahad and bunding,^after reo.ivlng a stab In the thigh, lo *^friendly Chtnnmau'a shop, bci il looksd^^ ia.1 .-rate for Mlas Halvsrslon*, who, torn^and wounded, wnf endcayarlug to r**oh^the eultom* ststloa sloee al hand,
ForlanatolyJ. 11. Marten, one nf th*^offios a al tk* nation, observed ber^1 ledicam.ul. east harrying to the^.cm-, vraa abi* lo roeene h*r.^shortly ifltrward G. A. Foraythe ar^^rived with a party ot oustoma offio.r*. and^rracnrd Miss H*mler, who wss in lb* Ctti-^nsman'* shop, lit moatsatsry danger of^b*lug attaoked by th* enraged natlv.a oilt-^aide. lbo mob followed, bowling and^bootlnr, until tbo mission boas* was^reached.
MileHeinle '1 wound has lino* given her^trouble, wbil* her oompamou has com-^pletely oollspsed andsr the mintal itrsln,.^i.nd lie. al tb* point of death. Tb* affur^has csnsel much exoitemenl end at^Shaman apprah.nalons of further trouble^ara eutertaiusd, *o ranch to that tba It tx mix^gun) oat Hauler bas been anchored eloee to^tbe *hor* to be r.ady ahoold ame genoy re-^^ieir^ It to protect tbe white residents.^1 nine** supers!.lions conns-1 lb* ml**ioa-^urle* with tb* *pp**rauo* of tbe plague,^and their prieat* sr* i r.sohlug tbs *xt*rav^inatioo of white oiuiader*.
IrlalIrlp ot thn Mlnnanpulls^lloatov, Joly 14.^l b* 0 uiaer Minneap^^olis ui*d* h.r otllcial trip In-day. Tb*^course waa over that on which the Uolum^^Ida made her famous run last November,^exleudlng from a large whit* bu jy off Cape^Aliu lo * similar bnoy off Cap* Porpoise,^ibe Mlnnerpoils tliuahed at l:ftl:4d. Her^nw rags apssd durlug the four l our*' con-^eeculive run It eiumatod al ^H knot*,^which, if verified, would giv* h.r (IS,Ud0^pr.asiam.
AUlsaitrwu* Wreak.^Sinei'A. Mo, July 14.^A soatb-boaml^ftsigbl 011 th* K*n*a^ City, l'UKbnrg A^Gulf rsllrond mads a disastrous wrack at^MoKlbaney'e switch. Ave rails* auutb of^Neusho, killing l'.ugine.r 'lrnve s iu.lnuily^aud fatally ecaldtug tb* u mau, U. A.^Ursula*.
THE(JEN MUSTS PUHIOIS.
Ilseaas*ol Ihe rata of tha K*lohstag'a
l opyrlght, ixtl. by thn Assuciaesd Psaae.1 ,|^Ui n, July 14.^Tba centrist party ie^furiuus at tbe bundeeratb'e rejection of th*^reiobstsg's enll-Jesuit law, sud tbrntoaa^tb* government with sll kind* of retalia^^tion at tbe aexl eetaion of lb* relohitar,^1 b* ^ 'atbolio oongresa at ite session ia^Augoat will deoid* opon th* genets! alti- .^tude of the centrist party lo view of tha Ba^^llon just token by tbe buudeerath.
strictmcasars* ^r* being taken oa the^froatieie of (isrmsny to eictad* obolcrg^from tkl* oonntry. Six r**e* wer* found^u**r Wsriew durlug Ibe past week. They^are b*iug isolated *ud no *ppr*h*a*loo el-^ills.
Tb*boyaoto Inaognrated by social let*^against certain br.wsrle* li waged as wildly^as, ever, lbs sutho itiss er* assisting th*^brsweri by removal of the prohibition^a.a ri.t toldirri visiting b**r gardens fre-^queuted by *oclati(l*. All ie* btewerlee^of north (isrmeny ar* foimlag a leega* la '^order lo flubl Ihe socialists.
It .-a of lh* manenvay* will be SO^eiperimcnt witU lh* re laced weight field^kit, designed by tb* *mp*ror, who Will | *l-^^ounlly command tba daylight cavalry^maneuver*, limp* or William bn* deoided,^against tb* advice of many promluset g*a-^era la, to rsintruduce Ibe ligbl bayonet^which th* infantry earned attsobed to^r.llaa upon all ocoaaioo* eio*pt wh.11 on^march, since tba introduction of quick^U ing gun* bayon^t chaig** bare beeu^r.gaidsd as almost uteaiet*.
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JoneaN r., Jul. U.^^e'HsjL,.^steamer Hritanui*, ( apt Keunrdy, arrived ,^^t Hesrt's Content, a etaport of Newfound*^land, on (he soutLeast aide of Trinity^bay, July 7, In in London, having^011 board about 100 ml lei of oahie,^tbe ahor* end of Iba uow Anglo-Am* I-^oiiu cable. 1 lis llritsuuia was lollowad on^in sdev bv tbe Scotia with tb* deep-eea^section of tbe cable. I he llritannia, after^receiving a anpply of ooal, will atari to lay^tbs cable, ^hor.' and outwa^d. She will be^nicompanieJ by IbeBcolia, wuich, when she^1 ecelves tbe and of th* osb e to be apliewa^from tb* Uritanma, will begin lo pay oat^ber cargo of cat Is, tbe llritannia 1^meantime proceeding to London tn teoelv*^tb* final leellun, returning In time to meet^tb* Scotl*. w ben lb* great job will be 00m-^pleted. The uvW eahl* i* tbe large*! In tb*^world, aud considerable Inlereat baa beeu^manifnted in tbe completion of the work.
MrltishV ui- on Mesrsisssa
ICopyrighted. Ivill, br th* Aaswalatod l'r**s,|^liijoB, Joly t4.^Advloe^ received bar*^to-day liom Coin lllind, Ik* spot laid to^have been so much coveted by Kuglend,^^ay a (^ilooa encounter hat laksn pine*^be I ween Hritisu enbjsaU, residents ot lh*)^islnuu, and Niosragnau troop*. The Milt-^lib, It is added, defeated tbe Nicarsguaa^soldiers, and caussd tbs goveruer ot 1 oru^ui ,od to fly to lbs forest for relate, Tb*^liritisb, It slso sptsars, s.i/sd upoa tb*^Nicaragua!! troyeinmeut otllca* aud npon^Nicaraguau Itsgs This so eursged lbs^u.lives Ibat tbey oblsiued alms and tue- '^seeded ia rsstonog tba goveiuor. bevatai -^w*re wounded un both *id*a In eucoantei*^which bay* tak*u place. Martial law b*e^b*ea proclslia*d.
n11. navaa Knmn Ilea** Hale,^Dmi.ig, Joly 14. O'Doaevin Host* wai^received *nthusl^^iteally y*sterd*y by th*^p*opl* iad aotborltlM of Neusgb. lu te-^spons* lo cevsrsl address., of symtathy^and oong.ttlulatioii, ho .poke at length of^Ireland's prsssnt oondillou aud hopes ol^th* fulare.
Aft*rtwenty u:n* y**r* ol iniprisimment^^ ud baalsbineiii, h* s*id, bo loaad bi* 1^spirit aaalweiieu. lie hoped ibat Ike ifleh^atuuld gel homo islo^and that tbey wonid^get it 1 .ace-,tei, 11 mil p.aoeabli, ihea^utberwlee. Thsy were trusting ilngliah^proirna**, and b* hoped that lor oac* tb.**^ptowieee would b* k*pi.
noloI.**** His Nerv*.
liorga,Jaly 14, iii. I.tot* aoirsepoud-^un! of tbe Messngeio seyi uf (Jseerio nauto,^in mordarer ol I resident Curnali
ill*iplrtt 1* ccmpl*l*ly broken, lis)^He. ou his lot, uud groin* aunlluiiallr Ibal^li* is 1.oly IfO y*ar* o.d and done not wiih tw^d.o. Tin gusrds wsleh hies tavel raisiully^p. irsvsat bis sultlda.
ItII. ahoullnt In l.eglaast.
Ijinooii.Jaly 14.^At Ike) Ritleoa) Ulna
association ma*iiiig t..-d^y th* McKlllaa^ohslieog* cop wa 1 Won try lb* Kngh.h^.1 . lb* sen'* was I iiglari !, IJS| M.uU^w.l,. ,, lh,
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