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IllLLNA. KONTANA. SUNDAY IV.OHNINCi, DECEMBER 9. 1894.
Today the site will be conse^^crated in New York for a mil^^lion dollar monastery of the^Sulpicians, one of the most^powerful of religious orders.^Some ^ 18,000,000 will be^spent to establish the Order in^America, and found other nion-^astcries in Chicago, San Fran^^cisco and New Orleans. The^first chapel of the Cathedral of^St. John tin- Divine will also be^dedicated to-Uay.
IMonty of opportunities to save^money for the careful buyer these^days.
Men'sMixed Pattern, single^breasted Suits, good wearing,^well made - $7.50, $10.00,^$11.00. Batter ones^$15.00,^$iS.oo, $20.00, $25.00.
Justreceived another lot of^high grade overcoats in all styles,^.si/.i s and prices.
We'repar excellence the^Clothiers to the Hoys' and Chil^^dren of Montana. Perfect goods^Mid lowest pfici do the business.
Hoys'and Children's Suits^^$2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and^upward.
Hoys'Overcoats, Cape and^Ulster Sty lei $4.50, $5.00 and^upward.
Nearlyseven hundred heavy^l isters, blue and grey with large-^wide collars, a perfect storm^coat $10.00 and $12.00.
TheFashionable Poole Over^^coat, with 4-inch silk velvet collar^extra large pockets and sleeves,^large sweep skirt and loose back,^very swell^$18.50, $22.50 to
Allready for your Holiday^trade. Hundreds of articles in^the stock that make appropriate^and sensible gifts:
HolidayTies, all shapes ^25c^upward.
SilkKmbroidercd Suspenders^at prices of common ones.
SilkMulllers and Handker^^chiefs.
Plush,oak and leather Collar^and Culf Hoxes, Tie Boxes,^Handkerchief Hoxes, Toilet and^1 )i essing Cases, etc.
Sixcases of heavy I'nderwear^have just arrived and we'll^make prices on it to make it sell.
Onecase of Sanitary Under^^wear at $3.50 per suit a bar^^gain not tO be overlooked.
TheBrutal Assassins of the Minneapolis^Dressmaker Have Been Run
THEYARE TELLING ON EACH OTHER.
CamblerHayward Confesses That He Hired^a Thug to Do the Bloody Work^for Him.
Minneapolis.Dm, R-Adry Haywanl^has confessed (hut Harry T. Hayward^I ^ lit 1111.. 1 tin- murder i^r Mi - i-.hi. ,in^(ling, and that ('. A. Hlixt. tin- engineer^at the Ozark tinIh. committed tin- deed^Ullxt wbh arrested early thlx morning^and locked U|i In the Mlllll Hlatlnn.
Aftercommitting the bloody dI Hlixt
returnedto the city arid disposed of j^some of hta clothing t^^ a work-house^prisoner named ^i|i lOrloiui. lOrhson^left next morning fur Hloux Kails. Iowa,^where IiIh wife Ik employed In 11 In.I. I.^and there had the clothing, waahed.^ii.- returned to Mliin.-u|sills unit sold^some of tin. clothing to a iiHwnliroker^on Washington avenue aouth. The re^^mainder of the el.ithliiK was undouiit, ,|-
'ifi In the furnace of tint tizaik
flat*.The motive for the crime was^securing the Insurance ot Alius flings^life.
Lastevening the mayor ejrnt to the^Wist hotel and repaired at once to a^seeludid room on the (op floor, where^he was soon Joined hy Detective Hoy,^who had In charge Itllxt, the engineer.^For some time the mayor ami detective^^WW their mun. upiiarently without^success, but soon It wan evident that^they had struck a lead which they ex^^pected to develop well, for they sent In^hot haste for the county attorney.^Then the conference was resumed. He-^fore long Detective Hoy was sent away^In a carriage and returned with Mixta^wife, tile KrlcHon, who did the work^around the Ozark, was Introduced Into^the circle. Then the court of Inquiry^settled down to business, and during^the long session which followed Sher-^W Bg* and a cou|ile of his deputies,^Willi Superintendent Smith, put In an^appearance. About UM Sheriff Kgo^.merged and said: ^We have the man^who did the shouting and are going to^UfWl him in a few minutes. JJllxt is^the man.
Thesheriff returned upstairs and^within live minutes Detective Hoy had^come down, taking Hlixt wilh him to^the lock-up. As soon as he arrived^Kricson was taken to tie- lock-up. The^charge of murdur was also entered^against him.
Itappears that the scheme was^broached by Harry Hayward to Adry^Hayward, and that the Utter attempted^to dissuade his brother from the com^^mission of such a bloody crime. W hen^he became convinced that Harry was^iletei nilneii to carry out his scheme, he^Went to Mr. Stewart, who has In .11^MOM than a friend to the family, and^told him of the plot. Stewart took no^Kt^i k In the story, but when he learned^of the clime he at once communicated
withtin- authorities and Informed Mm ^.
ofthe story that Adry had told hinT^Winking upon this Information the 01-^ticcrs ferreted out the mystery. The^details are largely to be worked out.^The oltleers themselves are not entirely^Ml lifted how the murder was commit^^ted. They are, however, .it ..... .1 tliut
theyhave the right par Ilea In custody.
AdryHayward has been taken io^St. Haul for safe keeping. He Is ex^^pected to make a written confession of^the w hole plot. His attorneys are very^Indignant at the action of the author^^ities In preventing them from seeing^their client. The manner in which his^nerve was finally broken, and he was^induced to confess, is sensational.
When Adry was llrst taken under^detention ami the sweating process ap^^plied he was totally invincible. His^course In all of the terrors which WON^applied to him to induce him to confess,^and other appeals made, together with^confronting him with pretended proofs,^to which levers were applied by Assist^^ant County Attorney Hall with all the^consummate skill he was able to bring^to bear, was greatly admired Hi^stood like a mountain in a storm, ab^^solutely unflinching.
Iknow nothing whatever.^ Adry^retorted constantly. Finally he ex^^plained, ^If all you say is true, and I^knew aught which would tend to con^^vict Harry, still would I keep my mouth^Closedi I would not have the blood of^my brother on my hands.
Itllxtis said to have been Implicated^in the burning of the buildings. In the^Insurance of which the llaywards were^Interested. It lias developed that Hlixt^left the flats at 7 o'clock Monday night
andreturned at '.cm itiixt had former^^ly been driver of a street ear and had a^car driver's overcoat. This coat he sold^to Kricson. he claims, on Saturday.^Kricson was in the city hospital at the^time and agreed to pn^ J.'i for After^getting possession of the coat, Kricson^left for Iowa Falls, and while there bad^the coat washed.
Hairyllayward s apartments on the^ground floor of Use nzurk were searched^this morning by Sheriff F.ge, Chief of^Police Smith and Detectives Hoy and^Howard. Several spots of Mood were^discovered on the Hour of the elosi^t ad^^joining the room in which Hurry slept.^Sheriff Kge, ftftef scraping one of the^spots with I knife, turned to Detective^Howard and said: ^The bundle of^bloody clothes was probably thrown mi^the closet floor and left there for the^time being, until taken away by Kric^^son the follow Ina morning
DetectiveJohn Hoy. who arrested^Kricson, stated that he had positive^proof that Kricson left Minneapolis the
Morningafter the Murder with ^ neatly
wrappedbnnillintnlnlng the hily
clothe*,lb' stated that he look a train^for a point In Iowa, where the clothes^were washed. The motive In having^the clothes washed and brought back^to the city. It is claimed, was to evade^'suspicion, the owner wishing to con^^tinue ti. wear them.
Thusmatters stood until towards^midnight last night, after it was known
thatHlixt ami Brkteon were safely an-
del'cover Levy m Stewart's ofllce Is^In the Kasot 1 building, one block awav.^and here Adry was brought in a car^^riage, stewati having been rsoueeted^t.i lie at Ills office The moment he was^In Stewart's presence he showed the^first signs of weakening. When Stew^^art snld tlnre was no use iiulbbling,^that In knew Of his brothers whole^plot Adry broke down utterly. He^[timed to the country attorney and^said ^I am done. 1 will tell the whole^story.
Hedid so. nnd It covered his own^knowledge of the plot fiom near the^time It was conceived The plot was^for Hlixt and Kricson to do the actual
murderAs Adry enderetood it. mish^(Hit wna to Liu decoyed by Ullxt, and
hewhs to kill her and Kili-son Id assist
III hiding the clothes ol Wlllll.Ml else
Battleof Tramp* on a Freight Train In
Fostorla,O., Dec. H.^A ghastly find^was made to-day by IIrakeina 11 BSibs,^of thi' Italtlmore a Ohio mad, on an^east bound freight train He was look^^ing for trumps, who had bunded UM^train at some point in Indiana. It^seems thut a general light bad oc^^curred, and wIhii he found them two
wendead ami one In aa unoonaotow^condition. When ili^- train reached^here the dead men weie taken to all^undertaker's and 1 be wounded man con^^veyed to the American bouse, where^Modioli aid was summoned and every^thing possible was dime for hint I n^dar surgh al treatment, he revived and^made the following statement.
Myname is Henry Harris, and my^two companions are named Henry^IteeHh and Arthur K. (frown We all^lived at Auburn, lad . ami last night^boarded a freight train to strike out^ami look for work. When we got to^DeskJet* ulsiut twenty-live miles west^of here, lout men boarded the car and^made .1 desaaad for money. We had a^light and they commenced shooting and^I was : hoi down I think the men left^the cur at Heshler again. They got^In money from me.
Ith was found to have four bullets
Inhis head, any one of which would
haveproved fatal. Brown was shot
fivetimes in the body and once III the^head. Harris had two bullets in his^hca.il and on.- In the left breast. The^car In which the shooting was done^looks like a slaughter house, and about^twenty-five empty shells were found on^the floor. There la no clue to the mur^^derers, except a description of five men^given by the marshal of Garrett, Ind^who says he drove five tramps out of^(iarrett, and that they Imurdcil the^train.
ObstinateAction of the Socialists in^Reichstag Working Against Their^Cause.
MurderedTheir Employer and Packed Him^in a Case.
Chicago,pec. 8.^John B. Jersey to^^day confessed that he, with Kdward^Jordan, murdered A. I). Harnes, whose^mutilated body was found In a Freiu h^shipping cuse yesterday. Hoth Jersey^and Jordan are under arrest. They^were the employes of Harnes, and the^motive for the crime Is thought to have^been rivalry between Jordan and^Harnes for the chief Janltoiship of the^Hiawatha building, Jordan being the^first assistant. Jordan has exhibited^remarkable coolness throughout, hav^^ing been the ilrst to Identify ttir body.
Jerseysaid that Jordan, 011 the after^^noon of tile murder, gave him some^money and told him to get u few drinks^and be Isick to work at H o'clock that^night. When he reappeared Jordan^asked him to 1 ^ry out the shipping^case, unit In so doing some blood from^the box ran out Into Jersey's sleeve.^He asked Jordan what that meant and^he told him that there was a dead man^In the box, and he had better keep^quiet. The badly scared Jersey kept^silent until the leffrow of the ^sweat-^box ^ wrung the story from him.
Thisafternoon Annie Muhmiey con^^fessed her knowledge of the Karnes^murder. She told the police she was^present when Jot dan killed Harnes, and^said the murder was committed last^Tuesday, and since that time, according^to the woman's story, she helped put^the body in a box. and on Thursday^night helped Jordan to hire an express^wagon. She added that she had lived^with Harnes for five years. Her sister^wiui present while Ihe avoman was^making the confession.
Pursuingtho Train Robbers.
FortWorth, Tex., Dec. 8.-Pursuit of^the train robbers Is stlli being pushed,^and It is I spoiled that dlfTcr^nt posses are^netling* the fugitives III close quarter*.^The robbers, at lust accounts, were In^Parker county, northwest of this city,^beading for the Indian territory, with the^rangers Hying to head Ihem off. It has^been learned from reliable source that^their booty's value will reach high up in^the thousands, the estimate now being^as high as $14r.,00U. Kxpress officials here^decline tu make any statement of the loss.
butenough hits been learned to warrant
thestatement that It Is above Jl'n.ioi.^There Is also n great deal of lalk iinmag^state and city officials of there being In^^side men who gUSt pointers to the three^MM w ho did the work.
London.Dec. K.^ Reginald Sanderson,^charged with the murder, on Nov. L'tl,^of the woman Dawes, In Kensington,^was arraigned to-day. He Is a tall,^dark, well built youth of gentlemanly^nppearance. He seemed extremely de^^pressed. A letter which the police re^^ceived from Dublin, giving details of^how the girl was murdered was read.^It was signed ^Jack, the Hipper^ It is^said fo be In the prisoner s handwrit^^ing. After formal evidence had been^pram a tad the prisoner was remanded.
Chlcngo,Dec. 8 ^Nicholas Seguda. a^meat dealer on Western street, was^murdered In his bed early to-day. His^clerk. Frank Heller, who told the police^he was sleeping with Seguda. and saw^MM shot by a burglar, was locked up.^Mrs. Seguda, who told several conflict^^ing stories, Is under police surveillance^The police place little confidence In the^burglar story told hy Heller.
Suicideof Warden Coblentr.
Portland.Ore. Dec. S. W ord was rIc^^ed h.re thai evening thut Iterdog Oak*
lents.of the Washington stale pcnll 11-^thiry Ht Walla W'ulhi. had committed sui^^cide. rjeMoatl eras formerly special agent^of the treasury department, and Kilned
eoaaldorabtopraeaiueued in connection
withthe trial of opium smugglers In this
Richmond,Ky.. Dee. 8.--David Doty,^a farmer and Justice of the peace, was^assassinated at his home near here l ist^night He was a brother-in-law of Gov.^H IV Kagle, of Arkansas. Thomas,^Abram and lllll Taylor, colored, have^be. 11 arrested charged Willi the crime.^Thole Is talk of lynching
Minneapolis,Dec. S The Second nd
timiaiconference for pood city govern*
nietitconvened to-day. Vice |^ri dd! 1 1
Charlesuiciiiirdsoii. of Philadelphia,
called the convention to order and
Qsurgeinnni.am. Jr. of Philadelphia,
wasmade chairman. The convention^was welcomed by Mayor Kustls, and I c-^s|nuise was made by Prof. Kdmuiul J.^James, of the university of Pennsyl^^vania. Addresses were made during^tin morning 011 municipal conditions m^western cities The subject of Method!^of work and organisation was discussed^In papers by W. C I,owe, of KeW fork!^Herbert Welsh, of Philadelphia, and^OthM s
Themany friends of Ferris A Anderson^will be glad to leHin that they have iv
parebased the Capital Heataaiant. neat
tothe Klrst National hunk They will he^ghat 10 see all ul Hu ll old It loci, aud^patrons.
ITUNITED ALL OF THEIR ENEMIES.
PrinceHohenlohe to Make His First Speec^as Chancellor-Cerman Eiport^Trade to Amerioa.
TheStory of the Rite in Life of Jo* Brown,^of Ceo.gia, Entertainingly^Told.
DR.STEELE CROWS REMINISCENT.
PresentDay May Study to^Advantage.
(Copyright,iwn, by Aso^lnt^d Press.)
Itetllli, Dee. 8. - The a lit I i e Mllllt lon-
arybill Is now published textually and^Is almost eveiywhere subjected to very^severe criticism Although the national^liberals alone give the bill their un^^qualified approval, the general opinion^Is gaining ground thut Hie measure, if^modified, will become law. For this re^^sult the socialists have to a great ex^tent to thank themselves, their action^In the telchstag on Thursday having^produced ^ very bad effect upon th^country.
ParagraphIM Is the one which Is^lllo: I likely to be rejected. Jt runs thus^^Any person who shall. In a manner cal-^ciilalcd to endanger public peace, pub^^licly Incite the different classes of popu^^lation to ads of violence, shall be laid^up to Ml marks, or be Imprisoned for a^period not exceedlny; two years. The^same punishment will \m dealt to any^one, who. in a manner endangering the^public peace, shall publicly attack re-^llgion, monarchy, marriage, family, or^properly, by Insulting utterances.
Thelight will iage aiouiid the above^paragraph, which will be opposed not^only by socialists and lllx-rals, but by^other putties. For instance, the anti-^Semites and Catholics oppose it. The^orthodox Catholics do not recognize tin-^validity of civil or mixed marriages, yet^both an- perfectly legal, ami any at^^tack upon them, even by a priest from^the pulpit, would be violation of the^law. The anti-Semites are also liable^to punishment for antl-Jewlsh agita^^tion. The Vorwaerts. the socialist or^^gan, to-day says this paragraph Is mod^^elled on an act of th^. state of Illlonis.^under which the anarchists were^hanged in 1K87. Debate on the hill will^Ipiled by Chancellor Von Hohen^^lohe, after the Christmas recess
Ae,Hiding to the Cologne QojMtte,^iwing to Thursday's scene In the n ich-^stag. a bill will be Introduced giving th-^Ichstag power to repress similar^^00nee of disorder.
PrinceHohenlohe is to make his first^speech In the capacity of chancellor of^the empire next Tuesday. Emperor^William, after attending numerous^public functions at the beginning of the^week, has started for Hummelsheln. to^participate In a hunting party on the^estate of the duke of Saxe-Altenlierg^Ills majesty will return to Herlln to^^morrow-, that he may attend the service^In honor of the three-hundredth anni^^versary of the birth of liustavus Adol-^phtts of Sweden.
Accordingto announcement made to^^day, the emperor's song ^To Aeglr^^has produced iltl.uot) marks, which will^be handed over to the building fund^of the William I. memorial cathedral.^An interesting fact In connection with^fills song has Just transpired. The^Maennergesang Vereln. In accordance^with their statutes, recently sent the^emperor n diploma of membership and^gold ducat on account of their per^^formance of tills song, ^To Aeglr.^ The^emperor has Just replied expressing^thanks for the honor done him and say^^ing that the golden ducat will ever re^^mind him of the hcautirul city on the^Danube. German song and music have^met with remarkable encouragenn'nt.
TileHamburg senate recently sent two^experts, Herr Hoysen and Heir Vniters,^to Knglanil with Instructions to inspect^the methods obtaining there with re^^gard to the Importation of American^cattle. They have returned wiltj. their^report that no hindrance Is placed In^the Importation of American cattle on^account of Texas fever, and Kngllsh^authorities regard It as quite Innocuous,^it remains to lie seen whether this re^^port will lead to the withdrawal of the^restrictions placed upon the Importa^^tion of American cattle and meat into^1 lermnny.
It.Knllle, representing It. C Dun ^^Co, has returned here from a circular^trip through Germany. In an Inter^^view to-day with a correspondent of the^Associated Press. Knllle said: ^The^most palpable revival of export trade^to America is noticeable in the textile^industries of Saxony, and especially In^the cities of QlaWChaU, Una, Chemnitz.
b ritz, Ptuaen ami flrlMMltettheu This
Isdue to the fact thai the tariff law^lowered the duties on textiles about llil^or 40 per cent., to take effect after Jan.^I. leVa. Large orders are now being^placed. The Clef eld silk industry is re^^viving slightly. Tlie full effect of the^new law will be experienced within a^year. A revival in export rude to Amer^^ica Is also in-curing In woolens, china-^ware glasware. gloves, toys, tinware,^drugs, chemicals, and very largely in^electro-technical articles The tariff^untitle had suspended the effects of the^world's fair, but they are now becoming^apparent. The American exports, which^are sure to Increase, arc furniture, car^^riages, drugs and plated goods '
Thereports which Frank II. Mason,^t'ulted States consul general at Frank-^f u t-011 Ihe-Muln. has forw arded to Sec-^lelary (Iresham. on the reasons win. h^Herman financiers have for distrusting^American railroad bunds, arc generally^commented upon in the iletinaii press.
WilliamDver. of Kills ton, is In tow 11
K.H. Heekei. of the Hillings Gazette^Is In tin- capital.
tourge K. ltoss came oxer from Mis^^soula yesterday.
\lS Guiiii left for Hillings ycstcrdu^^011 legal business.
Slatebtfeor Commissioner James H.^Mills, went over to Deer Lodge yester^^day.
DP,James lb Id. president of the Agrl-^rultUltkl college, came In frOM Hoxcman^\ c^ let day.
Edwino. Child, brother of George h
Child,has associated himself with the^Victoria hotel. New York
I'II. Wilson. Ivpl i'Selililth e of the^PIOneOT Press, of SI Paul. Is III Helena^on business connected with his paper
MissK. S Shoemaker, a teacher In^the public schools of Hum-man, and^county superintendent of schools elect^of Yellowstone county, ts at the Helena
I,.A. Walker. Charles Pitts. W K^t'o\ and II P Ketinett arc hunting^duck* and geese to day on the Great^Manhattan hurley faun in Gallatin^count).
MissPhctia Smith has returned from^Holler, Mn., whi te she was called re^^cently by the sei loiis Illness of her
brother.She learned yesterday that^h. i brother had suffered a relapse^.lames Harrington, representing the
FYaaer-Ohalm.rs company, ami a
Inothet-In-lawm' panlcl lliinley. Is In^the city, after a long tour In which he^\lslted parts of South America, Africa^and Kuiopc.
1111.1.111: BBTTLBD son s.
TheOld Merchants Will Probably Be the^Home of the Legislature.
Themotion to dissolve the temporary^restraining older In the Injunctnon suit^of Chatbs K. Mcflure versus C. N.^Vawter wait argued lefm- Judge^Huck In the district court yesterday^afternoon. The Judge afterward In-
spd the building and will probably
givehis decision to morrow.
IIIs believed that matters will be^satisfactorily arranged between the^parties b, time for the alterations neces- | An obi4ct l esson That the Boys of the^sary to Ml the hotel fur the legislature^to be made. Mr. Vawter, It Is snld.^Is willing to give bonds scenting Ml^Mi l'lute from any damage that might^arise from the changes ta the building
juiiea number of contractors visited^He old Men hanis' ^^ sterduy, and after
beingshown the nature and extent of^the pioposed allerallotis, many or IhOM^put In a bid for the work. These bids^will be opened Just as SOOg as Hie lujuiii -
Honproceedings in the district pourl
Tin-alterations proposed to b^ made^In the hotel ate gnlte extensive A hall^flfly-seven feet long and sixty feet wide^will be made fur the accommodation^of the lower house by removing the pal ^^tltion sepmatiug the dining mom and^kitchen and by fearing out the wall^between the dining loom and the looms^to be used ns lobbies for the house. A^wall will be built thiough UM ^Id^sample ami end risims and the north^walls of the*^ rooms n moved, making^a lobby thiity-elglit feet long and six^^teen feet wide for the house
Thedesks forming the hotel clerk's^Inclosure will be removed, and Hie^south wall of the sample loom scparnl
IngIt from the office will be tmt
niHking,with the ofllce, a hall sixty^feet one way and thirty-two fed the^other for the use of the senate
AsMMMtdslM inuli i/nlli/.
WhenWelnsteln A Co. completed ar^^rangements with Singer and Fllgman^to enter Into the business of retailing^high class dry goods, It was the mutual^desl.e to make the strongest possible^effort to keep people from sending to^the east for their goods. High prices^and small assortments had forced half^file people to send to eastern cities.^What low prices and large assortments^will do is denoted by the fact that sam^^ples from the eastern stores ate swept^out of the department every day, while^not a customer goes away dissatisfied.^New goods are constantly an Ivlng. and^as In the rest of Welnsteln's stock, noth^^ing will be allowed to grow old. To^^morrow they place on sale a line of dress^goods at unheard-of prices.
TheC. N. Signs.
Portland,Ore., Dec. R ^It was IMMMMOd^to-day that Assistant Hernial TiHfih^Manager Shelby, of the Great Northern,^has sinned an agreement to maintain pas^^senger rates. All other lines rcio hiiiK Hie^coast have slgneil the agreeinnt except^the Canadlnn Paeltlc, and It Is stated on^good authority that the Canadian will^sign.
Chicago,Dee. 8.^Representatives of^the Transcontinental railroad lines hi ve^agreed upon a basis of advance In freight^rates to the coast from sll points east.^There will he a substHiitlal advance. In^some cases rangtiiK as high as .VI and H^per cent. Details of the classification w ill^not be made public for several da^s.
JOTTTNOMABOUT ion v.
Thenext meeting of the Do] IfOOtt^club will be held 011 Tuesday evening,^Dec. 14, at the residence of Mis. S11I-^grove.
There was agree t crowd on til^smooth, glassy surface of the Hroud-^water lake, The skating was excclh nt^and was enjoyed by both young and^old.
Thereport of Chief Wade, of the^Massachusetts bureau of labor, com^^mented on editorially In yesterdays^Independent, has Just been received at^the public library.
Inthe district court yesterday motion^for Judgment on the pleadings in the^case of the Kmplre Stale Mining com^^pany versus Fdwurd W. Heattle was^argued and submitted.
InJudge Hack's department of Hie^district court yesterday default of the^defendant was entered In the case of^Hi- Montana National hank versus D.^C. ltoss. and judgment for $2.(^^I4.46 and^costs of suit was given defendant.
Themembers of the Citizens' Associ^^ation of One Hundred will meet at the^hoard of trade rooms, in the Granite^block, Monday evening. Dec. 10, at IM^o'clock. A full attendance is desired, as^business of great Importance will come^before ihe association.
Noticeof Intention to hold and work^the following claims were filed yes^^terday: Uorotta. by s. .1 luuoheei sil^^ver How. by J I.. Neemati and A. W^Plialt. 1 trull Stake, bj F A lb land^Golden Chariot, Treasury. St. I.ouls and^Gold Carbonate claims, by Oliver^^ frogs.
TheInterest In dolls seems to have^Haaed strong In Hcl. tia of late. La^^dles of all ages are buying and dress^^ing dolls for the bazaar to take place^at the Auditorium next week. Judg^^ing from the amount of Interest and^enthusiasm shown It should be u gnat^sue, ess.
Lastevening Mrs. Henry RrUOjttMf^was the recipient of .1 very pleasant^surprise party at her home on BOUth^^WWg street, where about thirty-live^of her friends congregated to enjoy her^hospitality. Dancing, cards and re^^freshments provided a most etajoyable^evening for the company.
Kx-JudgfHenry N. Blake, represent^nig Henrj Filing and S It Itulord, of^Madison county, asked pet mission of
JudgeKnowles In the United Slates^court yesterday to bring suit on behalf^of his clients against the Northern Pa^^cific railroad la the Dulled states court.
Thep,s mission was granted.
Theguiles of the Central Pi ^ lahl let It R^church will hold a bazaar and have a^New Kbgland dinner in the church 011
Hohmmlive. Tuesday. Dee. 11 Dinner^served from I until PI p. m Pumpkin^and mince pies, brown bread, baked^beans and all the toothsome delicacies^thnl go to make up a New Kngl tint din^^ner, all for H cents.
Theofllce or the clerk of UM county^did a particularly brisk business \,s^tardU) Permits to marry were Issued^to Hii- following It. T. Jackson and^Itosa Bird, the former of Helena and^the latlci a lata resident of Missouri.^Chatles P bond and Mis. Anna J.^Donnelly, both of Helena; Stephen D^o S, ul ami LttCy Carman, and John K^111 1 ami Polly K Carman, from the
vicinityof Bojcendale, ami F. M. Cooke,
ofWhite Sulphur Springs, and Maty^II. Scheare, of Castle.
ItIt Quite Proper.^To play the guitar, and If you desire^to lake lessons. Harry \. Daweon, tid)^eminent guitarist, can nooommodule a
fewmore scholars. Apply to Jackson's^or lb-eves' music stores, or ^n Broad^^way.
Para inn piece decorated dinner set.^13M for s IS-plece decorated chamber^set. e*i J. fcdwaidr, I i'ark aveuuo.
Ifthe bOjm of fhe prcHM day, who at^bud graded schools and rei'ilu- an^dm uHon belli 1 Ing He in for business^life, should want an object lesson to^point out to them tin- advantages they^possess over the boys of half a century^so ago. b-t them read the story of^the late Joe Itrown, of Georgian-senator^governor, lawyer and capitalist. Kx-^Oov. llruwu married a cousin of In^WllllllirPl. Steele, of Helena. Df^Steele Is always an Interesting talker,^and nevei more no than when he giowH^reminiscent. The wedding of Joe HloWll^ml Kll/.abi'tb Grishain was the first^^ermoiiy of the kind Dr. Stele hud^ver seen, and though he was but a^hoy at th^ time, In w -ll leim-mlieis all^the 1 erenioiiy.
M40WphK. llruwu, though identified^rnr the most of his lifetime with IM^state at G-oigia. was still a native of^South Carolina.'' says Dr. Steele ^Ills^pel,|i|.. we|e poor. W lu ii they got over
litQejprgfdl they were ton 1r to send
Hiebo) to school. The system tin-re^provided for i'ducalltig poor children^The trustees 1 ecoiniin nded IhOM and^Hie state paid for their schooling. Joe^HrOWU was recoiMiieiideil. but as he^had to work he could only go tt school^Hue., months In the winter. He learned^as much In that time as the other chil^^dren In a full term, because he ap^^plied himself and studied hard. Old^In Lewis, of Canton, Ga.. saw the boy^and saw also thut he was unusually^bright He told old Muxey Hruwn. the^Isjy's father, that In- was not treating^the boy right, ami off.nd to hav lilm^educated. And be took Joe away and^stinted him toward a good education,^as he Anally gtaduated at Yale.
WhenJoe Itrown went to ask my^uncle. Joseph Grlsham. for his daugb^Pi. he put his cuse this wuy. '1 am^tl.MW worse off than nothing, but I can^say that not a cent of It has bOOS^wasted. It has been expended In get^^ting an education.' ^Well, what docs^Bllaabetb say'.'' asked uncle '1 huve^told her all,' said Joe. -All right, 'ben.^says uncle, 'here's a clu-ck tor HJM M^get you out of debt, uml here s WMM^to start on. Now. keep out of debt^Joe Hrown was a splendid lawyer, and^got ahead rapidly. He was sisjii chosen^circuit Judge, and down there that of^flee Is much looked up to. He started^in bv fining every lawyer for contempt^who ilidn t Obey the rules of the court.^The luwvers didn't like II much at first,^but they soon got to like it. He made^a splendid Judge
W.ii, they finally got joe Brows, to^rut: for governor. Hen Hill was run^ning against him on the know-not him-,^thket. The gnat Issue In the MM^^palgn was the sale of tin- slat, railroad
rmiknow the Cherokeee hud owned
theupper part of the Plate and when^tin v b ft and went to tin- Indian ter^^ritory th. re weie s s, leiiilld farms
Kingaround. In old^ tO gel this^niuntrv settled mi tin- stu ^* hulll a mil^ruad through It. 11 settled up in no^time. The railroad was run as a big^political machine, and . very session the^legislature had to make an appropria^^tion to pav for the i tinning expenses.^Pen Hill had promised to sign a bill to^sell the road. Itrown said If the legls^lature would puss such I bill he would^sign It However, he told his friends^he did not see any necessity for selling^the road, as he believed It could be^made to pay. ,
JoeItrilWII w.'is elected. Slid lie took
holdof that road, made his old friend,^lit- Ki wis, the manager, and soon had^it earning money. The legislature^didn't pass any tdll for Its sal- The^road not only pajd expenses, but p it^money In the treasury and paid off the^debt Hrown. at the end of the two-^vear term, was re-elected, almost uiian-^imoirslv. his opponent getting only^about i.800 votes. The constitution only^^d a governor two torWM In suc-
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Hearingsto Be Given, Men From All Sec^tlont Invited.^Washington, Dec, I.^Care la being
lllkiII to have all sections of till) coltn-^ti^ bend from before the bouse bank^^ing mid currency cuiiimiit'i ^t-1 net
v^^k, i oncernlng the propoaod ourrenoy^' in. Chairman Hprlnger le not MUM^lining his invitations to eantern finan^^clers. He has sent to Chlcaito, Ht. I.oule^and Cincinnati, us repreaentnlvs west-^^rn cities, and to N^souhcrii cities. He^as Denver and Kan
people||| those Beutl
iiitime for tho hen.^Is ing taken In secure only thooe rei %^i ,. autieu iii^.i In practical ttiiuii-^^ l-ilng such lin n as l.yman J. Usg^ ol
i'hieugn, being ang tlmee tnvH 'l.
Thehearing of Secretary Carlisle and^Comptroller Kckles, on Monday, la at-^iiiin b ..ii nHun. and thern^to be such a crowd present,^I irge iii an uf the ways and^immli le w III he used.
Iftin*^^ I hero^Is also
11act Ing^promise i^ili.it lie
onTin iinptruller Hepburn
andlb.race While uf New York. Will
havean uppuitunny to he heard on the
I1 ' plan It Is under^^stood by the committee that Mr. Hep^^burn Is. the original projector of this^plan. . m eia.ijjaifdi
Sconto Become Due and Must Be Cared
Washington,Deo. I.^Repreaentatlvs^Mi Gone, uf California, will mako vigor^^ous opposition to the Paclflo railroad^funding lilll. He will also contest ths^mi u ul - on the floor If Chairman Hellly
sds in having Speaker Crisp fix
limefor Ihe bill before tho holidays.
SaidMr. McGulte; ^It la true ths^bonds are about to mature, ami tho^government will hav.- to meet thein, but^It has linen paving Interest on tho^bonds for yeais. and these payments^fur interest reach the smustng Itgurn^..! | .n.iinu.oiiti, wlnl^ tin- principal Is only^mm mm. There should be no alurm.^ideli'tore, ovr the payment of the prln-^ipal win ii ii^ i ^ ^i uinent has already^paid out twit ^- as much as tin* pi u^ Iph-.
Th mun ol.] . Hon to I In |^ inllnsT^bill Is thut If extends for llfiy years th^i
absolutedomli of the Pin lib: roudrt
,r the 11 iff of the great west. It^also limits tin- security of the govern-^tmnt t,, e. ii.nn designated roade. It^will be better ir congress lets tin- IUb
(eel ul and makes no adjustment,
rutini tl make one of disadvantages
inHi.- government mel to western ds*
MoGiinrewas asked If congress did^not a, t v In Hier the I'.o He made
wouldnot laps.- into government OOPja^tiol ^I'niloubtedly they will. id le^^and Ii would i,,- a pnictlcal ri^of government ownership ^f rallwaya.^It would not I - i^^ i -sary for the gov-^,., ,,,^. i! i , i .|i. : ate t hem. howeVi l . Un^^less private ii,iis i-ius-d to tarry
themon. Their Cm Mime to the guV-
:et ^ ' i^r any
..lli.r ini.iigage tut leltuie. anil Ills te^^tual assumption of guvernment prw^^prlelursblp would come some time be^^tween Jun. I. IM e and Jun. ^SOT.*
ClarkCots Funny.^Washington. Dec. ^.Less than^iwenly-flvc members were present when^the house wait called to order at nOOtl^lay. In the morning hour Mallory.
o,iiHiHinduu interstate com*
calledup the bill I :
,,irevenue fritters, This bill^was considered several times last ses^^sion. Ii provides for the retlrcmnt ol^Hi, . rs in the service incapacitated by^reason of Infirmities or physical or men-^t il disabilities. Mallory, Kngllsh and.^f.ivcrl supported the bill, but It waa^Kill i| onlzeil by Clark, of Missouri, who^deliberatel.v avowed his Intention of^lalkliiK Ii t^ death. Clark's speech was^hat actei Istlc. humorous and aiitlacloun^to the point of sensationalism, at I it.^kept tin- house In a confusion of laugh-^ter, ' hi i rs and jeers. The inornltig^hour expired without action.
Looksfor War,^Washington. I^ ^ I '^ legate lUwMntgj
ofI tall, says he looks for war in t'tsK^lie fore the Indian din lenities are settled.^Tic Indians have advanced within thirty^miles of Miuih and caused the settlers a^great deal of trouble, robbing, pillaging,^ami driving off stock. Itawllns says that^the white settlers have notified everybody^in have the women and children removed]^to pieces ot safety. The eettlers are arm-^Ing and Intend to drive the Indians back^luin Colorado. Itawllns has notified Boo*^.lev Smith that the settlers will re^^move lie- lull.ii.-. ii the government dues^not.
cession.About that time Georgia se^^ceded. The constitution was changed^to make the governor's term six yt ITS,
andnot allow him to suci1 himself
lb-served nearly all bis term until the^reconstruction period, when he was re^^placed. When tin- carpet bag govern^^ment was displaced, the railroad was^bankrupt, lis lulling stick gone, and^they were a;-aln thinking seriously of^selling it.
Atthis time Gov Itrown and s,,nie^others came forward and made a propo^^sition to lease the Georgia railroad for^tvvetitv years. They agreed to pay^tl.tsSl a day rental and pay 11 each^night In advance. They got the road,^equipped It with rolling stock, ran It.^and kept their agreement, IM MfsdO^live or six millions apiece. Joe Hrown^wel I mntOff fTOM Georgia until he got^tln .l of It.. ,
Ithas been Stated In some of the^^ketches of his life that Joe Itrown s^wife educated him after their niatralge.^You sc.- that was a mistake '
HisFa^orite Baking Powder.
t'lllcuKC Dee v H was discovered to^.1.1V Hint Itev ConcHtl Itfiin-y. one of^the most pi tiniliieiit i'hleago illvln^s, hsd^^Hand with Mrs fjeorgt w Bmad, wife
inthe MMUbgW ^f UM MM Unking Pow-^gM company.
ill BOM trim BBt i i in
Auburn,N. V . Dec * The funeral of^Catherine Gins, who was murdered in^Minneapolis, nik place here to-day.
Newfork. Dee K. The gross earnings^of Ihe Great Northern railroad system for^Nnvembei were II l.l*Kt,:M. an increase of
|1 v I'.V
1,1'bamin,Ind., Dee ^ -A freight train^rain Into mii open switch near lure ihls
nioininaand was puuiuiv derailed Three
trumpsstealing i ride between box curs^were laetealt) killed^Iloslon, Dec, I.^Jim Ashe, colored 101-
pouudohaMpion ^f New Bngtaadc to
dayagreed to go to New tlrltv.ns to light
JimmyHurry, of Chicago, mi I It. '^on
nors,who was io have fought Harry, fluk^^ed for MSSt 11 SSeS.
Washington.he'. H Itcprcscntu 11^^^^(loliUler. of Chicago. Is preparing s reso^^lution fur govi intneiit Investigation of Ihe
antitoxinfor illphtherle. It will
proposeu mlio-'l commission under the^direction of Ihe surgeon general.
NewYork ti.ee H Mgr. Hutolll arrived^In this illy from Washington this sfter-^niiiui He vvus sveoempaMed by Dr. Papl,^his weretary, end Kev. tleorge Karmer,^of lleorgeinan university They will li^^the guests of Kather Murphy duilng Ihni^stsy lu lliu city.
wi hliiKiun. Dec H. The friends of tho
iiI.ill . I^. I line Ii re^^lieved ever l'i^ a, lion of the demo, i alio^nut,null ni , m d' ^ idlns to place three^1,111 on the preferred calendar. Tin re had^I,,.,.a ..ome opposition reared lest the fact^tb.it Ail/on.i and N-w Mekico hail elect^^ed rt publican delegates to congress at tho^|,l i . I. Hon tt .ml I hav e I II^ effect ot^.... Inc. Hi^ democratic senate to decide^against taking the bills up at the present^session.
ToTreat for Peace.^Washington. Dee K Information has^reached here that the Chinese government^will appoint an ambassador to proceed to^.Inpun and treat for peine. It Is expected^Count Ho. and In all probability Mr. Mat^^su. Japanese minister ot foreign relations,
will,, cics. nl ihe Japanese guvernment
ChineseTreaty Ratified.^Washington. Dee. I.^The president,^signed a prot Initiation announcing the rat-^ill. u11.in and taking effect of Ihe Chinese^Immigration in-uiy. The i Initiation M
pie,Isoly iis those Issued 111 Bitch UUSeS,
ml I ^ , online.! to a recital ot the text nt^the treaty, with liotlou tu ths publto of
Montgomery,Als., Dec. i.^A secret cau^^cus or Kolh's friends here last night^adopted Hi^ following compromise resolu^^tion ^ Itesniv cil. That we set Inside ths^law until the preeent session of the leg-^i I.inn, closes, and Is a fair election law^I- passed, as well lis a fair contest law, by^whi^ h the Isst state election can be fulily^ponteated, we will stsn l hv the result In^Hi, , oiliest, but If the legislature shall full^or lefuse tu puss the two acts above res
leired ni, or shall enact any oppressive
iitt Hon we shall call upon the chair*^man of our slate cue, utlve committee ta
,,,|i ii statiiv ^ ntliui to consider the sit-
lit.i ion ii nil stlopt some Use ot action by^win I' we shall bo given our lights.
WorkedBeyond Their Line.^San Francisco. Deo. I.^The Ourgosj^City Gold ami sliver Mining oOHpMJf^has tiled a bill In equity In th.. I n |^States circuit court to recover MMMJ^damages from the North Htar Mining^company. The plaintiff Is owner of Dpi^Irtah ftllHrteSII mine at (trass Vslb v^i n . and defendant owns the adjaoeot^mim , nil. ,! the North Star. The dam^^age is alleged to have hsen eeaMed i^/^lb.. Not in hi.ii pe..p|a working beyond^Hu ll boundary line and Ink,^on Iti^h-Americas prsjMU t.