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DBCINYOUR SUBSCRIPTION^^WITH THE FIRST MONTH.
ETKDVSRTISINC RXTIt^' RT THE BUSIN8SS OFFICB
TENDOLLARS A YEAR.
ANACONDA.MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1889.
BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. WcDONKLD
HI'KiEON lH'NTIST.^orrn'K 1 ivkk .n^.*. mm ^^^^.,
Kmsi Strut. -Aliaeiilld.l, Molilalia.
F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM.
Resilience^^u HtHitnd street. si. .lean Hutliliiif.^Hitter ^^u First SI., in St. .lean IttiiltliliK-
OIHivHours: ^ to la A. M^ -' t^^ is and ^ I^ *^' I' M.
WWMVCISTKVIK, JUSTICE OK TMK^PKAI K, NIT\UY I t ISI.II , t'UX^\ KYANl I^.It. a*:
TwoMysterious Men Woo Followed the^President to Deer Park.
MAINST., OVK.lt It A It mkt X
T.O'LEARY, Attorney aid Counselor at Law.
ITa-Hicf in all of tin-Stat.; ami I ulttHl States^^oil its. Collections promptly made. Si..-^ i.U ut-^t. titinii Kivcii to Mining Ki^l^-ni^ ^ ^^'^^^ ^^j^in^^I n^ Ileal KataU*. Immim insuiam .*. i i^p^irty K. ni. .1 and Bents l oll.H-t.fi. oill. e r^^.ias^.land-1 Mat tie lll.a-k. miner .if I n st ami oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont.
F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S.^nnw, First Street Between Main ami oak.^Anaconda, Montana.
TEETHbxtbactkd without I'AIS
.ya new pris-css. All classes of Mental W oi k^executed in Hit* class manner. Ariiluial^Tcet Ii Without H-.t. ^.
Tlirc.itcttiiui l.ctlcrs sent ^^^ Friends^4 ^u porul Tiihiht i'^um' H0t.1t* I 11-
^JHPH Ul i iii^ Willi* House
Trtlnglo Keep ii Olti.-t.
H-NH-lalto tin- Ktnutlanl.
W\hiii ni.toih. Sept. 17. Win 11 Presi^^dent Harrison left the city on Saturday^lor Dm Park his iniiiHHli.itf (MVMHlMI^wcii his Mm Kitsscll ami i niiun ^^man M.^|nMM*t ^^ * Hiio. They were driven^liut'i-ii'ill.v to tin' BUlkMfl m ^ MM station,^anil wort1 noticed l^y only a few of the^watting passengers. 1 In ^ Imrri1.1l out a^side gate to a aian-itd car which was ill^witing. AH ^''^^ way from tin' white house^10 tlif depot tin- ptx-sidoiit's carriage wax^followinl by a i-oii|m-, tin- ilrivi-r of which^kept Ins horse's now almost touching tin^llrst mentioned vehicle Tin- president's^party liail not tinn- to alight when two^mi ll j.ini|M-^l ipiickly from tin-coupe and^liui riiilly glaiie.il up ami ilown tin street,^ami 11 it -11 in tilt- direction of tin- slat ion.^t ^m- of tin- |-4tssollgcrs nodded to 11 it ^ ot't-11-^pantsof tin- carriage, and President Har^^rison ami his (MMMlMi got out ami fol-^lowi-il Mm through tin- station. 'I'ln- otlu-r^stranger ft^Uow^-tl closely in tin- rent- ami^imitatnl tlK* example of his comnulf l^^^scanning I loscly tin- fan' of ^-vi-ry |m-i-.-oii^win^ passed
Wo.Mltutltin* Forgotten Muii.t I'olnl* ^'.^it-^iti-^ t^-il wllli Ins'. Transactions.
NkuYllKK, Sopt. 17 lii tin- Ivi-s case^unlay WiMidnill again IimiU tin- i t.mil ami^was put through a set ere ^ ross cxaimii.t-^tion. Hi* stitrttnl in null a ml nm-oiiccrmsl^hut ImTiii-i- Iiiiik began to tft't hot ami^i'vi iitiially two sii.-aius .^f |.i inspiration^ran ilnun liis fai-i-. Tin- IttMl of i-n-ss^t-ii*'si i.^ns was iliri-i-n-^l 10 iniuuliai' ul iln-^traiisai'tioiis ti-stiti.-il to yi .ti ril i.v. sin-li .is^tin' ovi'i- issiif of stoi-k w.i li tin- ptridml in-^-.i'lition of trippint; liiin. I In* vi%nttM 1 m-^MuntB iiiut-ti i'oiifn -11I arte] was ratitp*%llvcl^l.^ t.iki- ri'fuifi' ln'liiml a faulty ini'innri.
Linyir Itrook.' mImkI \\ imsIi-iiiI alioiil^liis stall uii'iit in suit of tin- Ni-tli r .u_'a:ii-t^Ivi-salul Staym-r lint to t-at-li t|iii-stioii^wit Hi's , ri'pln ^ I, ^I il.oi't know.
Tlif its oiils of \Yimnil-nil's -l.il. iii. Ills
MJMri*ail..uil Ivi's i ouiisi'I askt'il ^Oiil I
.Villi IIUll.l l^^tll of tlll'-l' - t.lt.'llll'll tr. *.^*
Amiwln'it you mafic tlii'in you km*w :^you won-committlns wilful pt rjury
'1iliil.^ saiil H ...slriilt.
YYoiMlrtilT'sotllilavit in July lsxli n l.iliiui^to tli.' alii tri-il fon 1 try was (MWNd witli j^liis sv.orn MtoWM. Tlif (NmI '^ai-knowli'ili;i'il ili.it it was wilful ami^^ ^oi-rupt pt-rjury. Two or thrt-t- otln-r I^witni-ssos wit.' t'Xumim-i! rt'i;artliutr Inniks^Itf.fort* ailiooriiiin-nt ^.f i*oiirt.
KEPTPRISONER A YEAR
HorribleDiscovery Mud9 by a Polica^Oatcer in Hew Orleans.
1Tin* A| y^l 1 l.oi* |li~.t|.i.t'-tritii^ nf 1. VMJMJ^Willi.- I.til K^B4MMM| It.-tollinu^fl'rtno- ul Ni-acrtt It.*..^l ^.!...^I^nr. I.y ... IiIiik.
N:w ^^i:i.i \ns, s..pt. 17. Dm of tli.^mot.1 btN-ril^lt- i'.isi-s tin r.'i-.itsl in tin-i-riin-^iti.it . n ^ ^ 1.. I - of this i ity was liroiiL'lil to^lift til tft-tl.i^ .mil tin'pi rp.'tralor of tin* out-^! iMLTt- s^f*-l\ l.mili'il in jail. I.oiiisi' Si I.im-.^! luaivi'i'. a pis ity- I1I0111I1', atfi-il U yi'ar-. has^L.h'ii nii- ~ni;j from In-r pan tits' rmltletMHt*^for ovft-.. ^ . ar. All .11. .rls t.. I.s .it.' the^Ifirl |.mvi il liitilt- until this uiorniiiu win n^Si'tVi-uiit Kfiiiiy was inforin.-tl that a^you: .if wlr t.^ uirl Wits ki*pt prinoiitT in a^room in tin rt-.tr of a Imrlwr ^ hop aiUMtMl
JUDAHNEU3TADT S W.FE
sti- |^ in Nt-s Y.irli Mtttl !.^^ r.i-^^^ I*. Iti-liirn^I.. II ill..
\twYukk, S^-pl. 17. Jmlah Ni'iistailt^of \i ll~tailt A Mlyi r of l^.s \uifi ami
I.iIitof N. 11 tu.lt A HuiiKitiun of I'ortlaiMl,^I Irt-t/oti, passisl a v.-ry |gl^Kitliy^\i \t York. Jinly, as tin* Is.ys^in San rr.iiii-tsi o, hail i-omi*^^ 'oiitiui'iit on a ~iiitrli- i rraml.^nut for his wifi'. Sin-
1.^^ nils of ^tol ktoll l^ f.
Shu.layin^knott hint^ui-r..ss th.-
Ill'is |' . .k-
raaMi^ Rirtlit*^In- inarrii il I.. i .
HEMADE A BAD BREAK
Oneof Harrison's Mew Postmasters Ar-'^rested For Writing Obscene Letters.
\rr,l ..f Tw.Mif 11^ Mift 1'ruiif
t^ i * 111 C It I fn^+ mi ^trr-
|.i|- f It I l'i;i
.T BRED MUCH STR KE
onI'. In |
BntlltMi i .
-liti l. Iiy a
ri. p.un il t^losi-il, I.rokt^ o|m-^-hop. A horriM^Statulintr in tin' oi-iit^^tli.' tt-.ol f.iriii ti
pISMami.^iloor in th.'^tfltt ini't his^i-r of tin- room^whit.- tril l. In i
Attorn,y at Utw.^Oftli-f In Barrett fc.la. ky x ltl.u k. Main stn-i-t,^AniK'oiiila, Montana.
Is* H. W STEPH6NS.
Dfllcrin Iktrn tt AJw ky Mm k lhniih-m;.' on^^ei'iinil str.'.-t wi'sl, opposite Montana^i'allH iiroinpily attfrnletl to. t.ratlualf
LoinsMisliral ^ oll.-^i'.
DRS.MITCHELL a SNYDER,^RNKCONDR HOSPITAL,
(Nextto Montana lloti-l.i
DR.R. C. BOWDEN,
*mMmkrmuif amy mm**^***
AlliliwaKi-s known to i-xlm in tin- animal fam^^ily BtUHfitHfiilly tn-atisl. 'I'li-iitnii-lit of rows a^^|irs irtll .. I'UarK.-i r. iiMiiiahli- anil ^ In-ri- a . nr.-^i-annot m-alTiHl.Hl but half retfiilar Ins will Im*^^hariciHl. om.-i- at Warm Sprinus ls.ai.lnin^houae. Front atrect. 1'iMttoftli-o Imix 74l^.
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
FITZl'ATRIl'Kdt ASI'LJS'O.^REAL ESTATE * INSURANCE ACTS.
'MlnlnK BrukeiK.t oll^H-tors ami t'ouvi-yitni'i-m.^ANACONDA-^^ MONTANA
PH.BEST BEER HALL
TheBeat BramU of l.lipiorK ami t iicarn
ThurstonBloek, Corner Cedar and Kir^t Streets.
Hunslnger,Bvett k Burnett,
Wholesaleand Retail Butchers.
FamilySupplies a S|HH-lalty.^AllOrUerw lti-li\ereil Kree of Charm'.^Shop on First StreetAN yi'oNliA
lOI'HOHITKim BANK i
MAKESa SPECIALTY OFEISE CKIAHS
ItOMKHTII'.lMI-IIKTK.il ANII KKV W KHT.
oiltin- way to tin- train. Tin'^two mysterious men ImmiihIihI the pr.-si.^ileiit's lur, ami that was the last seen o^them.
Itwits learinnl to-slay from triistwoi thy^authority that the two mysterious iii.m-' ,^Iters of the preshleut's party were th-ttn-^tives who hail he*m iletaih-tl from a pri-^vati- aireuey to si'e the presiiletit safely to 1^Deer I'urk, ami that their i'spiotia^e dM^not ii'iiM' until Mr. Harrison hail erosseil \^the tlin-sholil of his eottaire. For sevi-ral |^^ lays Ultimate frit-nils of Mr. Harrison^have Im-i-ii miieh auitateil OM aceouiit of |^hull feeling iiianifestetl ill eertain rumors |^over the Tanner ease. Several very itllly ]^anonymous letters were fouiiil in the |^president's mail, ami this at. liiiltr renuirks I^hy iles|m'iati ami injmlieious frieml of ex- j^( omuiissioiier TmUMT have n-ai lu-il their^ears. This matter assumed so seri. .lis all^aspect that it was thought la-st to take^Komt* aetioti to prevent sueh a i aluie ity as '^hail Im-i-ii hiiiteil at. Aeeoiiliuirly. after a i^eoiif^-rem-e MMMfl elose friemls of the .^presiileut it was deckled to auniiiMin Ru^ ;^sell Harrison ami make him aetpiainteil ,^with the jrrave appreln'iisious. i ^u th. ar-^rival of the presi.letit's son a eoiisultation^was held ami the situation thoisnitflily dl^ i^eiissiHl, and yoimir Hurrison made known^to his father the apprehensions t.f his^friemls.
Atllrst the president refused to enter^^tain a proposition to t-uuairc the services^of a detective, holtting that it would Im^^tloiiiK the soldier clement of the country ,^an imimruhlc injustice to put such a :^reproach on them, hut after the irr.tvity of^tin- situation was jsiiiit.il out to them ami^the possibility of some half demented^imlividual i-xcittnl over the Tanner case^crealiiiK a scene, lie airrecil that his friemls^miirht take such action as they iMh-iikhI^Is-st, hut nMMM tlii-m to avoid all Jiult-^licity in their movements. The ih-cision^was reac In si Friday iiioriiilur ami those in^the secret were conllrniiHl in their juilit-^meiit hy an iMH-idcnt which happened at^the white lions., at iiikiii. A half drunken^man who wore a faded hint- hloiise with^hrass hiittons made liis way to die^entrance of the HNHN mansion ami^heiran to address the pis-sideut in a loud^tone sayiiiK iimoiiK otliei- things that the^(.rand Army would irct even with Harri^^son for his treatment of Tanner. The^intruder was hustled oil' the wounds ami^visitors all.^ilt the liuildiiit; who were tif^an iii^|iiisitive turn of mind were irtven to^understand that it was only a drunken^mall. lK'tectives wi'i-e placed on duty^Saturday nioriiinir and while they MM^not BMJMfMl diri'clly hy tin- prcsitlcnt or^any in. nils i-of his olli. ial family lie was^aware of tin- steps that had Im'. ii taken^to protect him.
4. r..t% els..
t'oluiiiliusHe-^National Wool^demand of tin*
ButteSrt West Park St.
tlaeeill tin- elty^to I'lirtliase ItOoTs ami HHOBtt^Is at the COI.II BOOT,
MKSTamlCHKAI'KST p^I MMIT
F.H. Shaw, I'roprietor.
Anarontla, ^- Montana.
The^ Morris ^ Cousins,
IIwork prtmiptly done and^autis'il.
ai^-rfis-t tit iruar-
rarlorsin IM-lmoniisi Hotel.^Hallway on Main street
Takethe First^ott First.
Haviui:I'm. lias.il the
OnF'ronl Street, Anaconda.
-4-7*. J. BL1X +
Isprfliaml to eonduet a tlrstsiass hotel. None^hut w hite help employ .si.
FirstClass Board and l^^lnui^;
Kai.h.tl.OO per day. MMMMMki ICtte* for week^Boarders.
FancyCakes, Candies and^Ice Cream
-TrialMoney Can Buy ! Rivals Any Kastern^House ! t^lve Him a Trutl Order^and be ConvimnHl.
MAILORDERS GIYEN PROMPT ATTENTION
rwWest Park street. Butte, Muni.
iout .-ill lou ol' W .tol^OoUIWMi ^^., Sept. 17.^In no, president of the^Growers' assiM-iation, on
OhioWool (irowers* association ami as^they say, In-cause of ilallir. rs thri'atciiiuir^the wimiI ifi-owiiiii imlustry, has rei|Uested^a deh-irati- iinetiiiir of wimiI gmvwi to^coliveiie in WMWM0M on the day when^the next congress is convened. He says^ill his call that the wind pMrfag states^and territorii s should Im- ri-presented and^tin- names of ik-legMM forwanled to his^address as soon as appointed.
Northerni-Mil Hi- \n^irs.^N k\v Yokk. Sept. 17. 4 llticial auiioum e-^mellt of the details of the new li n.ini ial^Hellenic of the Northern Hacillc railway^was made to-day. It provides for a^hlalikct lilortiraR-c of $liil,l^^il^,Otlt^, of which^liram-h lint* Isimls will rtH|uirc f:ll,illl,illi,^trihutary nutds MljBtUjUH. ami terminal^iM-ttermeiits |MjW^jOnH The most im-^portant feature is a provision to pay a^cash dividend ^if 1 |M-r ^h-iu on preferred^st.s k in January. IKm, and quarterly ilivi-^tleinls thereafter at the rate of I pMfMMjt^|m-r t|iiartcr.
A l...ii;i' Ham Hiirnls.
Wkst('hkhtkk, Po., Sept. 17. The^In-east of a lai'ifc dam hs ated a Hi|rhl^oi-o^hurst this moriiinir ami a MMMMM^amount of water rusheil down BniiMlwym-^river overflow iiur the hanks and swin-pinir^evcrythillir iM-fore it. A larRt* bridge In-^low the dam was swept away ami several^frame liuililings carrictl down to i iHttes-^ville. Several of the stn-cts of ('oalesville^are under water. So far as lieanl from no^livt-H have Imh-ii lost. In places the^meadows are covertsl t^i a ilepth of aAjM^and ten fin-t.
Hlavlnami smith Muu-li. .!
Spei-lalto the Stauilartl.^New York. Sept. 17.-
|Hi tell says : Yesterday^-urn.si iH'twe.-ii Frank^tr.tlia, and Jem Smith^light under London priz.
Ohio M ..mi li tlo. li Wurketl I |. Iliu
Bpm(Mi.i a RMMtohMl t oiliest.
V^ks.t_Fniiin, ^^:.l.St'^ii;_i7. The l^iK1rc~t
pnHUltim..t the Mallt'lll'sterTaTr l lst wi-eTt !^Win- i*-la for the Im-s| loi.f ^,f salt-ri-iiiir^lircad, ami il stirr. .l i.p a lug tow . Nearly^every woman in Adams county ami many^fis.in adjoining counties who were at all^verso,I in th,. culinary art must have tried^for that MM rihlMin, as there were loaves^upon loaves piled up in the tloral hall.^Tin- directors dually prcvuil.'d on sonic^parti, s to assume the risk of tying the^rifahoM, After the premium was award, d^it was disi o\ cfti-il that one of the ImMm^was is'l.itcd to ili^- - mi essfitl cxhii iiur^and of course this created a liig rai-ki-l.^New jiidgi s hail to Is- selected and tin^rihlton was tied the second lime. I'he MB*^successful exhibitors didn't MM down,^how.'vcr. They do lais .l tin- judges^^didn't know any thing uls.ut bis ad, ms^how.^ More than MB families are at^s|sirtls^ BtMl and at least one eitgaire-^mi'iit has Im'cii declared oil'. Scarcely a^day ^ lasses without a lighf ami the whole^MMM1 pcJtrtftcM of the county is worked^up over the allair.
It.lll i'l'llllH. at i'olllMlt.lls.
t'oi.tMill s, Sept. 17. The most MmmH^^aut matter consiil. reil to-tlay by the Sov^^ereign (.rand l^slgi-of i Id.I Fellows was a^pro|Misition to change the age of eligibil^^ity ^^f in.mis i-slup from -1 to _'.s years.^After discussion it was ilefcaUHl. IJ. ini^^si niative CiM'kram of Illinois offertHl a^resolution authorizing hnlges in citi*-s of^iVi.lHill or more to assess on iiicuihcrship a^|s r capita tax of tlfieen ci-iits to keep up^eiiiployiuetit bureaus and public libraries^organiziHl in the order. It was referred to^a committee. A resolution by t'oekburii^I of Minnesota, declaring the Sovereign^(.rami bodge l.si large ami that a ihhIuc-^tion in iiicliilM-rshiii of one-half would Is^| iM-ut-lh-ial, was also rcfern-il. (Ivrr oiie^! hiinilr.-.l delegates met lo-ilay anil ttiok^sti-ps toward foi niiiig a national HelM-kali
Idegree. A coiillllittis' of judgeslisist-
!ilig of ollltH-rs of tin- state triHiits of patri-^I an-hs inilitiiiit ami two I'uited States^I army otlh-ers, cantons I Iccidcutnl No. 1 of^I Chicago, mill Monumental No,-J of Halti-^morc, went through niiiiiiM-iivn-s. 'I'ln-^tmy clositl with it dress |taradc.
' N KW YllKK, Sept. 17. At the second
day'ssession of the Cigannaker's Inter-^I national union, I'resident Mr.iss-i's MMB*^1 nial report was is ad. He staled that the^! increase In the iiiiiiiImt of cigars and^' cheroots priMliiced during the years Ihss^' ami iNH'.l w.is much snialh-r than .luring^tin' two previous years. In New Y'ork city^during tin- liscal y.-ar. ending .lime.^there w as ad ^s i-.-nse of Jl,iis7.:(7s cigars^' ami cheroots. The union has now over^, l.'.HS) mi nils rs. The n eeipts from all^soiiiH cs since last i-ollvelltioll sit* $47,i7L',^ami the ex|M tiditiircs pp to S.-pt.'iiils r 1st,^MSJBBi leaving a balance of |MBt
lackI i-o-i ami the i'nrii l'r^.|t.
I I'llKAial. Sept. 17. I'he editor of the
A'.i^//..'.^^^ BmMM being interviewiHl this^i evening as to what damage lo the corn^crop wouhl probably follow the frost at^this dale, ,me hat ing Im-cii pro.li. toil by^the signal service, gave it as his opinion^that as a general thing the corn crop is^out of the way of frost. Frost would un^^doubtedly injure late plalilisl corn wherc^a su|s'i-abuiiilam-c of moisture tends t^^^make the corn rank and gr.s n. In north^^ern Wisconsin whore a drought has pro-^vailtnl corn is already dry ami pa-t injury.^In Illinois and Indiana corn MtBOMMMMMl^practically out of danger except along the^rivers on what an- known as the bottom^lauds. In northwestern Kentucky and^northern Missouri tin- frost will probably^not do any material dam.tgt^crop,
itakfdln^. Is iug I ^ it I by a tattertHl and.torn^litiderV'i'in.nl. Her face was pale as^death, '.- Iiilc her .'Ves gh anii d in an nil-^natural manner. As the si i g. nil cnteriHl^she |MUisJ tow.nxl him ami dung lis-m^hliugly lo his arm repeating half a dozen^tiiii'-H in piteous tones, ^Save uic, attVe^MS
KennyattcmpttHl to coiis.de the |^mr^but her mind Is uig somewhat^^il, it was oiilyafti't- is-|s*aleil as-^Ihal she was now in friendly^unfortunate gu I r. ali/o her^Im-coiiic .pii.t. Sin- was
^reatiir.^lililml.iu.^siiratit ^^hands, did tin^IHisitioii and
Mrtocrop, however, in many^will Im^ si'veis-ly damaged should^any si-verity MM at this time.
StrikeIn a I 'ol.O i.it.. Hi,teller.
I'i.iii.ii. Cil., .*si-pt 17. The employes
ALondon dis-^ai-ticlt-s were^Slavin. ^if Aus-^of Kuglaml. to^ring rules, for^stakes of from i.J^*^ to AT.tJUU. The light^to take place outside of Kuglaml within^three months. Lach side d.|^o-it.d i.t
llealltuf a Valuable stallion.
LtXIIi^Tii!i. Ky.. Sept. 17. ^The valna-^ble stallion. The Clown, is dead at the^AahlMiry stud. He was a soli of the^noted G. S. Wilkes, dam hy Mcmbrino^Star, and valutnl at $|o.um. I^eath was^cauwHl by pinkeye.
ofthe I'hiladi-lplii.i MMMMM MWMMMMMJ '^over Jill struck last night. Last June the^furnace men made application for eight^hour nliifts iluring the MMMMtM ami their^ri-i|i|cst was i^rantisl with tin- tmili-i-staml-^i'lg that twelve hour shifts Im- MMMWMI^S.-pteiulM r IS. I'nd.-r the eight hour plan^tlu.se Mien who li.til Im-i-ii getting $u for^twi-lvi* hours w.-n paid tt'J.'tll ami those^lulu* who had Im-cii getting M*7B paid M.J5.^tin tin- 10th of this mouth a .1. h g itiou of^the employ, s waited ii|miii the MMMJIM^aiul rcipicst. d that the eight hour -y 1. in^i-otltilllleil. This the lllitllagers |msi-^ti.jcly refused to concislc ami the strike is^the n-siilt.
IndianTniulilr, in \ riaoita.
Nkkiu.^4, Cul., Sept. 17. llllclllg. n. c^n .i. Ii' il her. of anticipated trouble with^tin- Indians at H.ickhcrry, Arizona. Prom^^inent t-itisi lis t.f Hack Is-rry I. ^-sS' telc-^graphtHl to Kingman for arms ami aiiituu-^tiitioii^Tlic* cause of trouble i - not definite^^ly known, though for some time tin- Hitul-^ipi Indians have Imh-ii dissatisfied. The^tribe has Im-cu holding a big |s^w-wow and^w ar dance in the mountains adjacent to^Hacklier!^^ for some wts-ks, ami though^it was . all.si a ^dance for rain,'^ old set^^tlors have pr.-.li. tc.I trouble. Lieutenant^Heiisey t.f Fort Mojave is at Hackls-rry^ami -ays trouble in inevitable. Citizens of^MacklM-rry are fortifying ami sending^. their fauulieit away.
muchemaciated. 'I'he officer iiiunish-^ali'ly mviii-.i1 clothing, ami MJMM tpies-^tioidug lbs girl.li irnetl that she had MMMJ^bMMMl in the mmu by KihhI over a year,^ami ^'ompolliHl to submit to his Itasc pur^^pose, ih-cil was found in the shop ami^taken to the station ami the proper charge^preferred against him.
King-lonWins iii,- Oriental BMMMMMJ ll.t^it Head Oilier MMb^tint M-'si Nit. L. I. Si-pt. 17. This was the^llrst day of the fall meeting of the Hr^s.k-^lyn Jis key club. The mooting ju-t Im-^gining bids fair to eclipse all other meet^^ings of tin* year. Hwycr lirothcrs hati-^oH'en-d purses worth SMJWl With one or^two exceptions all Hm* noted flyers of the^season are i|iiarterc^l here. The sum^^maries-five furlongs. Volunteer won in^1 anyiX.. Knnlluim hi'iiiiiI, Madstonc thirtl.^Mile and eighth. Stridcaw ay won in I dHjtj,^4|A. H. stH-oml, Jim- Lee third. Tlu-ce-^Cfonlis mile, Ih-elare won in 1 :lr.-*4. Mag-^li.ue MtsroiHl, Ttinriiumeut tliinl. In the^(Oriental bainlle*a|i mill* ami fourth these^wore the starters: King-ton, l(a. . land.^Kxile. Lo- Ang. los, Madge. Cracksman,^Tavagou, I Iritlamme, Joe Courtney ami^Cortcz. At tile third attempt oil' they went^with Cracksman. ^ Iritlamme, Kingston^and Badge in front. They bum hi d Ih-iiii-^tifully in the run to the stand but Hndgc^led by a Hcaiit^length. Hndgc was still^leading a length at the half-mile Ml with^LarJ Angelos ami Cracksmau lapiH-.l a^length mill a half In-fore Cortcz. Ha. eland^was fifth anil that was as near front as he^coilltl get throughout the race. At the end^of die three ipiartei-s. f rack-in.ill hail^wnik.il himself to the front hut Hadge^ami Jim- Courtney were at his ouurtcrs.^I'aragou headed Cortcz. Kxile, Kingston^and Jim- Courtney, OriSaMMM ami^If.Icelandwereoutof it
At the mile |mi-i Hadge ami \ams Ang.-lcs^were on even tcruis% Kingston amM'or-^tez were close up. From the lii-ail of the^stretch to the wire it was a pretty race.^Kxile, Kingston. Madge and Lot Angeles^ran almost Iui.|miI. Then, as Murphy^slowly hut surely forgiil Kingston's mate i^ill trout anil MMM umli-r tin- wire in I^th.^t |m.si1i..u. mighty cbei'i's rent tin* air. |^for Mwyer lliis.^ gical MDMM had won tin- i^( lrieut.il handicap for Is*1!. The finish^was almost an exact connMflrt of the 1^Hr.Mikly ii handicap, he.ids only sc|iaraf-^ing the llrst four. The oili. ial finish was:^Kingston llrst by a head. Los Angeles^siii.llil. a head Is-forc Hadge. who was a ;^li. id ill front of f '..rl.'/. who ran ,t re- '^markably gistd race. 'I'avagoti was m-xt i^t'racksmaii, .Iih- f'..iirliii-y. K.icclaml ami J^^ Irillaiue follow e.I. TltlM, it:13||f.
Five-eighthsof a mill*- Li-nn.ny won in |^1 :^l. Hall. i ( 'oil second. ^ ortland thuil.^' Mile ami one-si xtei'iith Vivid ami |^Hridgelight ran a ili .ul heat for place in I^1 :Y-'i.. Golden Rci l second : on the run-..II |
\'itill won in 1 : .1.
MajorVMM Will MM MmMJM.^W tsii I ni ; it in . Sept. 17. Major Warner^returned last night from II.it I'ark !^i whither he went to sec the president, and^it is umlcrstiMMl he will remain several^days in Washington. Major Warner de-^i i lilesl to talk for publication, but his^friemls say be has made up his mind not
Ito aipt tin- olfii'e of -m-usioii coiuuiis-
'si.iner. S|MH-ulatit^ti as to Tanner's mn^i c.-ssor under tin* changed condition of^allairs includes a iiuiiilM-r of naim-s, two
ior tlinf which have not heretofore Imh-ii
,named. The |aMMiil*4litije*t, a- far as know ti.^; arc GiH.rge S. Morrill, of BnMMM. i-x-coni-^, iimiiibir hi rhlnf ^^f Ibe *i. A. IL. .I.ulg.
JohnI*. Itead. of Miniica|m^lis, ex-coui-^' uiaiidcr o^ tin- O, A. IL. IV il Kin tli r. cx-^' |m tision agi-nl at InrllaWpolia. Lx-l*.-iiHi..u^Agent I '.s.l. . . .f Sy t-.u-llse. Geli.-ral Charle -^it. MisM.ii, of f iiicuiuati. ami V\*. A. Iloac.^of I Ihl ..
DmjwPakk. ^sept. 17. 't i- atatndtos
nightthat Mai. iTm-MT has not deelltl.il^tin- MMItniisH|ctlierMlii|^. He still ha- the^iii.ittir under cousiilcrntioti. Maj. G*-o.^s Merrill, of Mi^stelnisetts. is Isbctisl
Thi'.vmoved to Ptartlaml, when-he ilist,tl-^l.-.l betf ill a Im at.1*ful horn.- anil gav^- In-r^eyery lutitiy Ibal hi- . I .tuforluhio MMHM^could proyi.lc. She was not cotitciit lo^itajl in ill.' W'cbfool m.iii' and ma le fri^^ipicul I i-.li to San France.. ... w here, it^was saul, she coiiiui lted many in.lis.Ti--^li. .lis.
She left Portland ami is now in New
Y'orU. She made the .l. i|'l il.itllll.'.- ..f a
womanof ila-hmg manners wh^. ilrcw^fair picturi*- of the pl^ u-urcs and tri-^lllliph-. of gay New York, and w as exceed^^ingly pleas.,nt in her odor- of friend-hip^and a-sistatico. Mut Mrs. Ncustadt iiinst^have Imh-ii not a little i lisa p|s .iiiI.hI to^wake up one morning in New Yori, and^lii..I herself in a doiiblful establishment^in I'liirly-ilrst MMi 'I ho trail-form ition^of b r tr.etul into a trust, c for vice must^have had al h a-l an edge of painful new-,^but -he ap|m-ars to la-, if not riH-oiieib-*tl to^her lot, .11 I. .1-1 obstinate illmMil h. r pi.tils,^in spite of tin- fact that her liu-ls.u.l. for^^giving ami forgetting e\ ^^!-^ I lung, is en- |^^ Icavoriug w ith the aid of friemls to in^^duce her lo return w nil loin. I hough she^siH'ius 1'iitircly uurcp.-iitciit and Is-nt on^i living her ow n life ami having her own^way . her liu-l.allil has not gitcii up yet.^| He is willing to brave all tin- sneer- and^. ridicule if only he may- w in bMBb. his wife.
I He still ho)s - he will sII.-cihhI.
I'm:I I \Mi, tire.. S.-pl. 17. -lu.l.ih Ncii-^I slant, w ho is named in -|h . lal dispatches^( f.-oiu New York as having fotftoWt'fJ his^I truant wife to New York in a vain emleav-^j or to imlui-i* her to reform ami return to \^I lu r homo, is very prommeiit in Jewish^circles here.
Forthe |iast three or four years Mrs.^Ncustadt. a Is ulltlful |s lite MTMM tie. al- ^^way - fashioiialily thosscil, had MM aeon- ,^i -pi. u..11- prouu nailer on l-'ii-t street. Ib-r^I Im aiily was the talk of men and the envy^| of women. Not long ago she went to Sail^' Francisco, but returned here several
Iweeks ago. Hilling the ab-. liif her
\hiisbaml recently she visited a MMU al .^j S|Mikaue. known as Mrs. Kilclmuii. tin- :^widow of the lial k^ o|mt w ho e. .1111ii11 le. I^suicide on her ace. milt at Spokane MMJMJ '^j months ago.
Withthis woman sin- recently left for i^! New York without lu r hiistmml s knowl^^edge.
! Her father. Mr. Chen, kept a small ,^j clothing store in l'.urcka, Ncv, where she^w a~ unite a Hi. I w MM yet a y oiiug girl.
THEYWANT A REVISION
Mmnifwliirrri Prol.-sl \gnln-l Makintc |^W.m.I Hie I im.IWhII of ^^..lilies.
HitsliiN,S. pl. 17. The MMMN 10111-^mittiH'of the national assis iation of w im.I-^eli liiatuifaetiirers In in m-sshhi iM-re to-tltiy.^The ipn-stion of fr-iH- eiir|M't wisils is one^of the principle topics under discussion.^No action has as yet Imh ii taken, but the^association's .piarti rly bulletin just pub^^lished sitys iHlitorilly : ^It is ndmitttHl that^the Is.,7 duties |||m^ii carpet WimiIs were not^dc-igiied to serve as protis tioli duties but^were iui|m.scd for purely revenue pur|m^isc.^We cannot snlaterilM- to the claim now^made that conditions have so changed^in twenty years that prot.it I v.-duty is now^desirable and wouhl la. atlt alltagous. The^aggreemeiit is that tin- comlitiiMi then ex- |^isling which renewed all ntH^^Htity for ;^|irotei ti\i-iluty on cat-|m-t wim.Is ha- Im-cii
Si.Pxt i.. Muni., s.,.,,, \-_ Aiioiiym.^1. Iter w rit.n have 'm-cii cail-itig a great^-^ -ili. ti.it k..--..0. PhmIiz.' county, fjet-^ti-rs have MM MMI MmmMmM atMM to
theii.w -|..i|m Ts . 11111 |^^ 11 : ^ I , t i^ 11 l.l I - ^ uiio
ofthem of the vilest character. The^I'niti d KMm authoi-ific- hate Im on in^^vestigating the ^ - .tso and vc-i. rtlay ar^^rested August K. Am!, rsoti and Henry D.^AMMM on a charge of -h iidilig .ilii.liyill.ini^and threatening letters, through the mails.^T he guilty parlies h..ve Ih-. ii doing ., |^r^s-^lil'u hiisineaa in Ihc line of letter writ.ing^I In re liayo Imh-ii coll.i t,il .iIm.iii forty^letters which are sup|m^s. ^| to have Imh-ii^written I.y aMMM aiul Austin.
Oneletter was sent to the Winona /.V-^fMiMteaa in the gui-e of lis .,i new s ami had^tin- signature of A. M. -Johnson. This,^eouimuii.. at ion, in speaking of eonflrnia-
ti. .11 sot , ices in the ^|. Peter's hpiseopal
.bar* h, calhil the exercises a ^|m-rfortu-^aiic.'.^ and MsM that lo hide it- true char^^acter it was given in St. Peter's hall. Af^^ter -|s .iking of tli,. iNtrticipaiits the writer^-a.d that the chief |^ rfi.nin r was Mr. Gil^^ls rl. who is none other than Hi-hop tol^^ls it. The m-xt item w as aii account of a^theatrical company's |s-rf..rmane. , and^the communication cn.l.il with a sbiti-^lii. lit that Ka-soti was m.t Itadly off for^aiiiuaeiiH'lit. I Mber and pritatc letters^were of a much more serious nature. Mar^^ried lad.. - have rce. iviil them ii'iitaining^^ harges ..f infidelity against tlwir hus^^bands. ..ml ad\ i-iug them to -. cure a di-^i vori-e through certain attorneys. Young^| ladies have also r^ eciv.il olsseeiie letters.^TIm^ |mtsoiis am -till are^of Kass.iii.
Andersonhas la-en just:f the |m an-
andis at pn -.-ut waiting for his cmini ^^-Ion as |ss.tmaster at Kassoii, his Isitid^having Imh-ii sent to Wa-hingtou. Austin^i-a proiniiicni merchant. The chief wit-^mmmIN Miss M. K. CMMMMt, a lady^druggist ; A. J. 1,1Tb. a mercluiut, and^1 I nil K. J.m-ly n, assistant |mm,tmaster. The^i ^ xamiiiatioii was held lM-fore l tiit.il^| states I ..nimissj.,ner M. I air. rty ^ liis foro-^n.sin. I he examination of Amlersou Im^^gau al II ..'cl.m'k. Th.- letter prsslucsl in^ct idem ^^ against him was one wnlU-li to^Miss to rrauld aei u-mg h. r of immoral^actions. Miss to rrauld is maiden lady^Mi years of age. She w ish.il that her name^In- not known. SIm- t.-stitml t,. having r^*-^cciveil the Idler in ipn-stion. t^. ('. t 'nr-^liss am| m/. J. MmHIIhiM of tin- ^ MM^IIIIsilicss college ap|m aml as willlesses,^and after comparing the writing with that^of Amlersou they tcstifl.il that tliere wen-^many similarities hetweell the hamlwrit-^mg of the letter and that of the ai custil.^Amlersou and Austin were held to tli.^grand jury now in session, ami in default^of bail were committed.
toIm- the only ..tin^Harrison is consul.
W'ii.ki.s-Hakmk.sm,.|,^. 17. The case of^M iry Glynn, of Pittston, was . tll.il in^the i riiimi.il court tietlay. SIm- is a. cu-. il^of poiaotiiug her mother and al-o I cing^i i.lu at. ^! in |M.isi^uiiig her falli. i'-ili-law^.mil mother .n-l.iw some mouth, ago. It^is alleged that the three victims were^uiurxk-r.il by Mr-. Mary Gly nn ami her^hiislaiiid Kdwanl. in order thai they^might obtain insurance money.
AThreat I'rtnii link the Itlpiier.
LoaiMiN,Sept. 17. A letter signctl ^Jack^tin- Kip|m-r^ lias Imh ii rtH-eivinl at a news^agency of this city in which the writer^state* that in als.ut a week aliotln-r mur^^der will Im- added to tin- list of Whiti-^rbaMM horrors.
itu-rcascdami iiitciisitl.Hl by Imm^of tune. Prohibitory or highly protective^^ luty on cln'a|MT graih-s wouhl not MMM to^prislu. tioti in this i oiintry of MMI simi^^lar to those now itii|sirt.-il for this pur-^imise, MatiilfMi'tiin-rst wouhl !^^ jiistittctl
III ill-i-t.llg lll.lt low grail.
w.m.Is.hall go MjMM the fr.h^ I^|..w* grail.-s of eai'tM't wim.Is arc alMiut the^only raw uiati-rial MJMM which a MMJMJ^duly* was |M|MMM MM th*' got'erument^iiiihI.-iI uioiicy from w hich it has not sine,,^Im-cii rciuotnl. for it is not there |M IMP^si-nate tarilf bilb |Hhi|mmi^hI to remove it.^Argument in favor of free MMI w.m.Is^is vastly stronger than that which was^made f..r free hides. The dilflculty in the^way of giving the manufacturer the full i^benefit ^.f the principal arises from tin*^trouble in securing at tin' custom houses^the i las-i lt,-atioii iiiH-cssary for the prt^ ,^veiitioti of fraud-. We hold this ihlll. ully .^lo Im- the only valid argument that can Im* I^urged agaiiisl the free admission of car-
pet W.m.Is.^ Tile plH m11 -t I i tigs of the ex^^ecutive i-ollllllilt.-e art* private.
Iliiriugtin- aftcruiMiii resolution- wire^adopted declaring that the Forty-seventh^congress rciluciil the s|m-i ittc ihitu ^ iiimiii j^maiitifacturcil i-i.'.Iii. iM-yoiul Ihc rtHliic- ;^tioii m duties on w.m.I so a- to de-troy^their c..m|M'iisatory character, causing^iiicrca-.il uii|mirt.itions of certain MMjl^ami H.MMling the market that Ihc w.m.I. ii^it lauuf ai't uri-r-s of t hi* I^ n 1 I.i I KlaMftlebfltlM^.m-eiipy : that MMB utamifacturers mm^man.I a ret isioii of the tarilf in w hich^MMM shall in every instance Im- olaccd^MJMM Ihc manufactured pissluct tin- full^amount .^f^.|Mi-ifli- duty* mn --ary to com- ^^MMMMAb whatever ran - of duty public pat*^ley may is-.|Uire to Im- uii|m^s.iI u|m^ii raw^material, that, as existing duties aiTord^nearly|mt cent mm proti*.*tioii
thanwa- il.i iii. .1 necessary for tin- devel^^opment ^^f the imhist ry w In n th. rates of^lss7 were llxed, the a-s.M-ialion .1. uiaiid-^ati in.Tea-.- in the at I \ a lore in i III i ies a i ii I^ask for the adoption of the single rule of^duty as applicable locach |siragra|.h of^ihc MOM sclnitulc ami for tin ,iil*.,.li.iii^t.f tin* -y MM of iiiititmiiuis. It is bjeM^that no rati- of duly on w rol MMI proi.i t^the Amcrici'ti manufacturers, which are^aci-om|Nttiieil hy corrt'-i mmu hug MMi^| coin|m-n-silory ami prutcetitc MJMM HMMMM^, fa.-tuts .I articles siitli, ictit to i-u.ib|e th,'^| Ann rie.,ii MJfMjbrtMM to hohl tin- home^' market. I lie re-olutioti- solemnly ami^I emphatically protest against making ^tin^wiM.lcii industry any longer tin* footls. i of^Mntnira. The resolutions will Im- sills^mitt.il to the annual meeting of the na^^tional MMNM to Im- held in New York^i I. IoImt i'.
TlteW yi.iialnif- 4'olive It lio il.
tiiivi.nnk, Wyo., Sept. 17. In tin* con^^stitutional convciitiiMt tit-tlay the sutlrage^committtH' iH'|MirtiHl in favor of uiiit.-rs.tl^Hultrage. ( amptM II. of Liranni , submit-^teU all aiiieiiiluieut that the woman suf^^frage plank Im* aiibuiittiHl separately to a^vote of tin- |m-^,ple. This was l.^-t.
MlsaHall Uets a PiMtllluu.
WysltiNi.ton, Sept. 17.^ Miss Sallic^Hull, of Alaska, was to-day ap|Miiuted a^MMjriatt ill I In interior tle|Hirtua-tit.
Itiol.In I......I..., lft.m*lt^arils.
I-oMmix,Sept. 17. TIm- advice of ihc^l. ader-s of ||h* strike to the d.sk l.tlM.rera^to ob-i rt c all the provisions of tin- agrtH*-^uicnt under which tln-y rclurtiiHl to work^was cffiH'tnaJ, and this uioriiuig the meti^went to work |m-aeeahly with tin- ^black^^legs.^ Very few asseuibhsl outside the^diM-ks. Th.. strikers ami ^blacklegs^ on^I southwest hull., d.s k Imh-uuic involved in^a dispute ami the uien who hail Imh ii on^! the strike drove the ^blacklegs^ out. The^! |m.1i. e interfered ami tile striker-, then^, withdrew and tile ^blacklegs^ re-suilMHj^, work.
Winii the strikers were alMMtt to resimi.-^i work at the Alls rl d.s k they found a^IiiiiiiImt of ^blacklegs^ . mplovul. Tlie^knl the ^til.n klogs^ and^from shut lo sh,i|. Several^^blacklegs^ were iiijuiHil and niimviil to^the h.m.pital. The men who mailt* the aa-^-ault were ills, har-giil. T'lie directors of^the il.m-k c^^iii|-stuics threaten a general^I.m kout if tin y do not live ui^ to their
-' j.l-litl.Hl ^-'I'll-T of
of. ..r,m t si' ,, ors alt...^ist. I Iiik cha^,..| then, I
Trial Trip or II.e Hull MM
WysiiiNi, i iiN, S^-pt. 17. Tla- general^topi.- of interest at tlie navy tM-|Mtrtmcnt^i- the retuarkabh* |M-rform.tiiei- of^tin* new criiis^ r Hultimore on h.-r trial^Irip la -l Saiiui|,,y. Karly in 111.* il.iy Coiu-^iiiamler Ida-*, who was ,t MMff of the^ii'i.iI iM.anl, culled u|m.ii Sei-rct.iry Tracy^ami gat ^- him some data r *)ative to the^trial which pl.-a-.il the siH-retury so well^that he ist-ul th*- following tel. gr on to^S.iTctary Whitney who pihm-iiihhI ilesigus^for the -lu|ss hull and contracted f,,r her^i oti-tructiou :
ShiI tic IT., W \suiN,,t,,x. s,.|,t. is, isMa.
II i II h it If ii. hlfi ^. co i.iiij .^^' th* .Mlf*V.
I'ermiltin* to .imgr.ttiil.it.* ^ou ..it tli.- in.-tjziuJI-^^ i. ut |s-i torman.-e ^.f tin- Iktltintoie
BKNJ.F TKAl Y^In res|Mrtis.- to th^* telegram of congrat^^ulation sent yes tc rtlay by S.h*retary I'rjr)^l^. his predecessor, on the su.*,i-*H,ful tetaj^of the MM 41 alas r Maltimor.-, the follow^^ing was ni . it.il this morning at the navy^ilcparuiciit:
Umi\,Mass., s.*pt. 17. To tin- Sin-^tary of tin* Naxy. Washington, 1). C.:^Mailt thanks for your kind ilispatt-li. I^h iv. felt eertain that tin* iH'sult wouhl he^sat i-fact, .ry as 1 do also that you will con^^tinue to raise the -tatiilartl ami in time reg-^i*li r much higher ix'-ults than i ii,
W.t'. WlllTN i- * .
KailrtMullimi lsl. Iu.llil.il.
NiHmi NHWtt'k. N. J.. Sept 17. It ia^-aid here that the M ii It lletsex county grand^jury !i.i- indicted t,^n.-rel K. H. Uipley . of^New York. PiH-siilciit, Colom-I T. Holstrt.^of lb -iBank. \. ,J.a Yi.-.^Presideiit anil all^o Hie.Ts and dm it. ^rs . .f ilu- Karit.tu Kivt r^Kailts-ad Company, also N. P. Heii.lt t.-k-^sou. Ill Mtnal Passenger Agx-nt. 1 lioui.t-^llu-.-i-y. foiH'tuaii for company ami Wil^^liam I ishcr as ... ei'ssorii s to tin- killing t.f^(.^n^rgc I..-singer tluriiig th,- Saverhill riot^May '^. la-t. when the milroutl eo4ii|M-^liy^ittcinpted to lay tracks on the land t.f^N.sth ami I .!w in Funiutr.
TrialTrip of the 41
SfKWPtiKT.R. I.. Sept. 17. The cruuwi-^Chicago liiiish.Hl bertrial to-tkiy. Altai rev^o'titioiis she av, rag.ll 1.V3 knots an btuirw^and at TO revolutions. 1U.II6 knots. Th^weather conditions were uiifav-i.rablc antl^the s,-a choppy.
Vmmr( hltasu-s Kill
Sim FBA^clsa-o, Sept. 17,--^*mw^namt-ii were killed last night at^f liahol. near tkaklantl, hy the e'^of a dy li.unite eartriilge.