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ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1889.
DR.D. J. KcDONKLD
HURUEONDENTIST,^emcc over joh. mu^ c^ .,^Mr*. Htreet.^ Auunoda, Montana.
F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM.
Residenceon Hecond street, St.'Jcan building.^Office on First St., In si. Jean Building.
Ileum:9 to 13 A. M., ^-' to 0 and 7 to ^ P.M.
rourr.magistrate, juhticb ok the
peace, notary public, con^^veyancer, am'.
MAIMST., OVU BAIIRKT Jk JACMVi STORK,
I.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Uw.
PracticesIn all of the State and Cnit*.*d state*^court h. Collect Ion* promptly made. Suectnl at^^tention given to Minim* Propertic* and Mining^Law. Real Rotate, I/hiii and Insurance. Prop^^erty Rented and Rent* Collected. Office room*^S and 4 Mattie block corner of Kirst and Oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont.
F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S.^^fftce. Pint Street Itetween Main and Oak,
Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIS^by a new proce**. All cl^*^e^ of DentalI Work^executed in first claw manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plate*.
Attorneyat Law.^Offie* In Barrett B Jacky't Block, Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana.
Office,in Barrett ^ Jacky Work. Rc*ldence3^n^Second street w^l, opposite Montana ^^tc^-^Calls promptly attended to. Graduate of St.^bonis Medical College.
DRS.MITCHELL. 8c SNYDER.^HNHCONDK HOSPITRL,
(Nextto Montana Hotel.)^ANACONDA- MONTANA
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
REALESTATE B INSURANCE ACTS.
MiningUrokers,CoUectors and Conveyancer*.^ANACONI ^A -^- MONTANA
PH.BEST BEER HALL
C.CARLSON.^The Best Brands of Unuors and Citcars in the^Thurston Block, Corner Cedar and First Streets.
Hunslnger,Barrett t Burnett,
Wholesaleand Retail Butchers.
FamilySupplies a Specialty.^AU Orders Delivered Pree of Charge.^Shop on First Street - Amacowda
MAKESA SPECIALTY OP PINE CIGARS
domkhtii, mrORTU) and kky wbt.
TheBEST and CHEAPEST place In the city of^Butte to Purchase HI Mils and SHOES^Is at the GOLD BOOT,
16West Park St,P. H. Shaw, Proprietor
READS DRUG STORE,
Anaconda, ... - Montana.
FancyCakes, Candies and^Ice Cream
ThatMoney Can Buy ! Rival* Any KaRtern^House ! tlive Him a Trial Order^and be Convinced.
MAILORDERS G1YEN PROMPT ATTENTION
1XWest Park Street, Butte, Mont.
The^ Morris ^ Cousins,
Allwork promptly done and a perfect fit guar^^anteed.
Parlor*In Dclmonlco Hotel. Take the First^Hallway on Main street off First.
OnFront Street, Anaconda.
+7*. J. BLIX +
laprepared to conduct a first-class hotel. None^but white help employed.
FirstClass Board and Lodging.
Batesfx SO per day. Reasonable Rates for week^Boarders.
HEMAY LOSE HIS HEAD
TheFate that lay Befall the Chinese^Consul General la San Francisco.
HeIs Charged With Taking; About ^^00,^OOO Due His Fellow Celestials^for Indemnities Paid by^I licit- nam.
SanFrancisco, Sept. *J6.--Tlie sensa^^tion caused by til*- recent pufalit'utioli of^serious cburgfes of crookedness against^Leong Hang Tsang, tin- Chinese consul-^general at this port, lias not yet subsided.^It is asserted tliut Tsang has retained in^the neighborhood of $JUu,OUO due his^countrymen for indemnity claims granted^by the United States government for^property destroyed during the unti-Chi-^nese riots at Rock Spring*, Wyo., Tu-^coma, W. T., and several other places.^The affair was lirought to light^by the arrival in this city of Bock Hing, a^merchant of Portland, Ore., who repre^^sented himself as the assignee of a num^^ber of coolies who were Justly entitled to^part of tlie money which had been paid^the consul-general and on which he is^said to have made no accounting. Mas-^tick, Belcher * Mastic, as attorney* for^Bock Ming and many claimants residing^at Portland, filed a auit in the United^States district court against Leong Hang^Tsang for eir.OOO. The defense set up is^that the consul-general lias paid that^claim and holds Bock Hing a receipt^for it. He says that the money was^paid through one Gum Yu Sam, who^Is now in China. A letter recently re^^ceived from Hong Kong by a ('hinese^merchant declares that Gum Yu Sam was^given 92,000 fay the consul-general on con^^dition that he should sign a receipt for^the $17,OUO due to Bock Hing and others.^The rest of the money, it is charged, was^divided among Tsang and two firms of^Chino^e*ierchaiits In this city. Knowl^^edge of .this conspiracy leaked out, and^Gum Yu Sam was arrested soon ufter his^arrival in China, where, he remains in^custody. The impression prevails that^now Hang Tsang will be placed under ar^^rest and sent buck home for triul. Should^lie be convicted there, his head will liter^^ally fall into the basket.
USEDTHE STATt'S MONEY
Bow Kx-Treasurer Hurke, of Louisiana,^Braced I'p Bis Private 11 us I ties..
NewOrleans, Sept. 26.^The state^^ment of the cashier of the state treasury^during Burke's term that lie had called^Burke's attention in lSUti to the fact that^coupons hud hecii presented of bonds^supposed to liuve been destroyed, was^cabled to Maj. Burke in Loudon. Burke^lias replied, telling how the apparent dis^^crepancies might exist, unci says lie is^tied down by his business in London, but^when when he cuu get away will sail for^Louisiana. It is understood that Judge^Ma it will charge the grand jury next^week to investigate the matter and faring^indictments against those found to^have been engaged in placing in^^valid securities on the market.^Judge Stanberry, wlu^ wus for^some time engaged with Burke in u busi^^ness capacity, lias made a statement show^^ing he negotiated loans for Burke at differ^^ent times amounting to thousands of^dollars, always depositing as collateral^state bond* handed him by Burke for that
tiurpose.In comparing the numbers he^Kindled with those now published, he^finds that amotig the ImmmIs handled fay^him nearly $2U,UU0 were fraudulent. He^hod no doubt of their validity until the re^^cent disclosures. Stauslierry's statement,^which is made on the advice of his attor^^ney, shows that Burke as fur liuck as 1KS4^was using faotids then in his keeping us^state treasurer as collutcrul in borrowing^money for his own use.
InFavor of the Northern Pacific.
Washington,Sept. J6.--i11 the case of^the Northern Pacific railroad company vs.^Randolph, Secretary Nohle to-day decided^that fay failing to appear to op|mse the^final proof of proceedings on the part of^pre-emption or other claimants u railroad^company does not forfeit the rights which^the whole case made shows it to |*^^scss.^It simply cannot insist on any further o|^-^|m^rtiiiiity to contradict proofs submitted,^as it has hail its ^day in court,^ but if on^these proofs themselves it still up|s*urs on^the face of the whole record that the com^^pany lias prior or sii|s-riur rights, judg^^ment must go accordingly. This decision^corrects the widely prevalent misnpprc-^liclision us to the effect of the ^Forest^^and other cases which were sup|s^sc^l to^inflict forfeiture of rights upon railroad^companies who failed to appear at^hearings.
Oliservailreof the Malilmtli.
Pakis,S.-pt. m;. - The Sunday nlmcrv-^unee congress passed a resolution to-day^U^ the ell'cct that in cuses where oliserv-^anee of Sunday is iui|iossihle weekly^holidays should he given to employees.^The congress also adopted resolutions ad^^vising employers not to pay their un-ii^Saturday or Sunday. The president of^the United States in his letter to the con^^gress said: ^Kxpcriciico and observation^have convinced me that everyone who^works with his hands and head needs the^rest which Sabbath alone can give.
KumU* Railway Nystem.^Berlin, Sept. 38.^The Cologne Oaxettt^says that the proposul of the chief of the^general stair of the Russian army that a^second line of rails Ik- laid to the western^frontier, is Is-ing curried out, despite tin-^opposition of the minister of nuance.^Three hundred locomotives and tho^requisite amount of rails have Im-cii or^^dered for delivery in May. This willcom-^plcte the strutogetic net work of Russiun^railways, increasing tin- capacity to muss^troops on the German frontier.
TheAmerican Humane Association.
LoflsviLLE,Sept. 36.^At the American^humane association to-day a resolution^was adopted that the association rxipicet^every' state or local society in the union to^endeavor to obtain from the legislature, u^law making it u pcnul offense to dehorn^cuttle, to clock the tails of horses uml^shoot pigeons and other live birds from^traps.
The Barrl.su Clan usmI all the Other^Clan. Are There.
Fromthe lxsilsville CiHiricr-Jisirnal.
Sincetlie days of Gen. Grant's adminis^^tration there lias lieen nothing like tlie^nepotism, that at present exists under^Hurrison. It may lie news to the country*,^but I am told it is a fact by a trustworthy^man, that two of tlie president's cabinet^officers--Secretary Noble unci Attorticy-^Gcucrul Miller art- Isdh distantly related^to Gen. Harrison Mr. Noble on the presi^^dent's side, and Mr. Miller on Mrs. Har^^rison's siik*.
PresidentHarrison has directly or^ttireugh his up|Miintees up|M^iutcd the fol^^lowing of his connections to olhee:
Hisbrother, t arter II. Harrison, to lie^United States marshal in Tennessee.
Hisbrother-in-law, J. I^. Scott, to lie^su|ieriutciifletit of construction of the pub^^lic building at Port Towtiscnd.
RussellHarrison's fatln-r-iu-law, Alviu^Saunders, to lie Utah commissioner.
BabyMcKec's uncle Frank to he deputy^collector of customs, Washington terri^^tory.
Cousin-in-lawD. \Y. M. Clung to be col^^lector of internal revenue in ^ Hiio.
Mrs.Russell Harrison's cousin, William^Haynes, to be law clerk in the |^o^totnec^dciNirtinctit.
Lieut.Parker, nephew liy marriage, tie-^tailed to nominal duty ut Berlin.
PresidentHarrison's appointees have^imitated his example fay appointing or se^^curing the ap|Miiiitmciit of their connec^^tions to federal otliccs, as follows:
SecretaryBlaine's son is the law officer^of tlie state department; one nephew is^the assistant postmaster at Augusta, Me.;^another nephew is a special agent of the^census; the brother of his sou s llancee is^secretary of legation in London.
AssistantPostiiiuster-Gciiernl Clark-^son's son is in tin* |M^stoflice department.
AssistantLund Commissioner Stone has^a son in the general land oftt^*c.
Ex-4'omniissioiierTanner liad two^daughters in the iieusiou service lately,^and has one now.
FirstAuditor Fisher has u daughter in^his oillee.
PrivateSecretary Hulford's brother-in-^law is postmaster In Champaign, HI.
ComptrollerMutthows's nephew is as^^sistant district attorney for southern Illi^^nois. ,
CommissionerMorgan's wife is in the^Indian ollice.
EMMONS BLAINE MARRIED.
Rrn at Boston Postponed.
Bosiot,Sept. 3B.^Tlie races announced^for to-day at Mystic Park and Franklin^Park were postponed on account of ruin.^Tlie events announced for to-morrow take^place Saturday.
FOURMEN WILL DIE
FatalAccident la the Carnegie^Works Rear Pittsburg.
TheHon or the Mecretery of Mute Wedded^to a Chlcugo tilrl Yesterday.
KlcHKIKI-oSPBIJtus, N. Y., Sept. 6fi.-^The wedding of Emmons Blaine, son of^the secretary of state, and Miss Anita Mc-^Cormick of Chicago was solemnized here^to-day nt noon. The little. Presbyterian^church in which the ceremony took place^is situated upon u knoll overlooking the^village. It wus lighted with electric lights^and its arches trimmed with smilax, aut^^umn leaves unci ferns. The pulpit was^a mass of flowers. As the guests Is-gan^arriving ut the church soon after 11 :IV^ the^dark clouds broke into ruin. Ten minutes^Is-forc the hour of the ceremony Mr.^Stephen H. Klkitis and wife entered and^were soon followed fay Secretary of Staff*^Miailie and wife. The mother of the bride,^plainly attired, entered soon ufter anil it^wus now that the bridal party wus making^its way into the church. The clergy man^entered tlie chancel and the groom fol^^lowed. At tliut moment, the bride, attired^in a dress of Valenciennes lace and white^satin entered, upon the arm of her^brother Cyrus. Kiiiiiioiih Blaine awaited^ller at the altar steps ami presenting them^^selves, the Rev. Or. V. Holmes, the local^pastor Is gan reading the marriage serv^^ice according to the Presbyterian church.^Rev. I^r. Merrick Johnson, of Chicago,^taking up the ceremony. 1 he bride was^given away by her brother Cyrus. The^marriage wus with n ring, the couple^kneeling during the invocution of the di^^vine blessing upon the union. The newly^wedded pair then led the procession from^the church, taking carriages for a'drive^through the pouring ruin to the Met or-^mick eottage whither the invited guests^followed to the wedding breakfast. The^party left ut 2 o'clock for Mar Marl sir.
Racingat l.oui^t I lie.
LoilKVII-I.K, Sept. ISi. The attendance^to-day was small. Jis key Hay wus ruled^oil^ for striking Jockey Sloan after the^fourth race, Sloan's mount having inter^^fered with Kay on Bouair and preventing^his getting through. The results:
Seven-eighthsmile t lamor won; F.lee-^tricity second, Lucy 1*. third. Time, I
Five-eighthsmile Kuglish l-ady won;^Milton second. Uollikilis third. Time,^1 MIYa.
MileQueen of Trumps won; I'lumls r^second. Mill Leteher third. Ti, l:li'4.
Three-fourthsmile Bettlna won: Amos^A. s,-, oiid, Bouair third. 'l ime, 1 llT)
Mileand eighth ( yru-. won; Autouia^si-eond, Tcnlike third. Time, 1
Veteransut it It.imi net.
Cincinnati,Sept. :^^.- Over :*^^ |s-rs^nis^sat down at tin* buuipiet of the Army of^tlie Tennessee to-night. The president.^General Sherman, sat at the center of the^table, at right angle to tables at which tin-^multitude feasted. The llrst toast, ^f'ani-^pagn for Atlanta,^ was re-ponded to by^Geticral Sherman, in which hi- wus brief,^anil in which he related only the already^known facts of history of that memorial^event. The plan of the programme of^toasts was followed out, each as they^currcd on the famous Atlanta campaign.
Boycottedliy llrltisli-A ^iierleuu..
Boston.Sept. Jr.. ^The Dorchester^branch of the British American associa^^tion lust night resolved that no British^American can vote for Mr. Hraekett. the^republican candidate for governor, in this^campaign, ami Is* true to the principles of^the British American association. This^action is based ii|Miii the statement that^Hraekett was invited to attend tile l'ucfii'^^jubilee iMilifplet and r fused and a short^time ufter made u speech at u land league^meeting.
!^^ more.I KuilroiMl Mule.
Omaha,Sept. ati.^Sidney Dillon is here^and will meet President Dfslge of the Dell-^ver, Texas A Fort Worth railroud. It is^re|^orted on what purport-, to he the liest^of authority that they will negotiate for^the sale of the Fort Worth roud to the^Clliotl Pacific, and the sale will be coll-^sumatcd at the October meeting of the^I'nion Pacific directors.
TheWatch Trust ^lusted.
CARMM, ^^.. Sept. 38. ^ A privute dis^^patch from New York says the four larg^^est jofafaers in watches in the country'^have withdrawn from tin* trust, breaking^the combination.
A Monster Furnace Hursts B'llh Fatal^Results A B'ell-Kuowu Bun lu^Mteel and Iron Circles^Badly Hurned.
Pm-siiikii, Sept. M. At Carnegie's Ed^^gar steel works ut Mradd.s k to-night fur^^nace **(',^ one of the largest of tin* glass^furnaces, (rave way at tin* bottom and tons^of molten metal like water escaping from^a reservoir run out. Tin- furnace bail not^been working pro|M-rly during the day and^Captain Jones, general manager of the^works, culled to-night to see if In* could^ascertain the cuuse. He wus working^with n number of men near the Isisc^of the furnace when the break oc-^ctirred. In an instant flames of tire^shot forth anil the hot metal exploded^ami tell like sheets of water. That any^one e^eu|m'^! instant death is marvelous.^Cunt. Jones was horribly burned ami phy^^sicians aro unable to state to-night whether^he will live or not. Micliael Qiiiuu wus^so I mm ly burned that his flesh itecled off.^He ea inot live. John Mokuke was I sully^bur lie I ab nit t he Is s ly. NedQuinii was^Imdly biiriied als.ut the chest. Two or^tliriD ntlier workmen, whose names it is^im|^o*Hihlc to get to-night, were serioiisly^iujurttl and may not recover. Capt. Jones^is well known throughout the United^State* anil Kill-ope, wherever iron and^steel is manufactured.
AtlMer dispatch says: The names'of^the ^it icr workmen who were burned arc^Patrfik Hughes, Michael Conner and^JotutXffdcn. Michue IKiug, n Hiingariuii,^wus present when the seething muss^| sin re I out of th^* furnace, ami as lu* can^^not b^ found it is feared he is covered up.^Alsiiit six furliMids of molten metal^IMMinri out of the break. The terrible^rtishff I i, pi ill steel kiiis-kcfl Jones down.^Fortaiutcly he fell Is'twecu two trucks or^he wsuhl have Im-cii fannied instantly.^When removed from the pit his clothing^had b*eu burned entirely from his Issly.^The l^ss to the company will be quite^heavy.
Atmidnight Captain Jones was resting^ciish. His physicians say lie will recover.^Two.ithers will die.
Th*West Ktlucullonul Commission.^f'HliAiiii, Sept. a;. The new west ^*du-^eutioti coiiimissiou, object of which is to^pronute christian civilisation in I'tali and^udjaetnt stales and territories, had an an^^nual lie, ting here to-duy. Tin- report of^Goueatl Si*eretar^- Bliss, who s|m*nt seV-^eral w-eks iii Utuh this summer, im*hides^a brie suggestion that the general |siliey
low V-iitg pursii.-d by the commission,^could not Is- radically changed without^expottlig to great peril the influences^uml probably tlie existence of tile^Ma-hook. Tlie academies instituted are^IsHT-ojoiim more im|^ortaut. They ore ud-^mirahly hs-utefl and well managed. But^expenditures will Is* necessary for a new^department for hoarding houses and ad^^ditional aecomnifMlutious. The common^sehisils are having an iiu|m^rtant iiitluciicc,^but the iiitrisliu tion of public arBooftfl is^so uncertain and probably so distant, that^new scIiimiIIioiiscs should ut once ls-^crccted ill several hs-ulities. The s^-cre-^tary says the work is fur more extensive^than tin* public or even tin* church sii|i-^| loses.
Yesterday'*Itall (lames.^At Pittsburg Pittsburg ^, Philadel^^phia '^.
AtBultimore Baltimore ^, Athletic 1.^At BriHtklyii Cohunbiis 7, Bi-isiklyn 7,^At Iniliaiia|Kilis I udianapf^!is ti, Bos^^ton 12.
AtKansas City - Kansas City M, Cineill^nuti ti.
AtCleveland Washington O, Clcve^laud !*, subject to the decision of the di^rectors of the league oil account of Wash^iugtoii not arriving ut Cleveland until^nearly dark.
AtChicago New York Chicago 4.
AtSt. Lottie St. Louis Louisville 4.
AtBaltimore Baltimore to ^^ in favor^of Baltimore, second game.
,Sj ^^An till Firm (hh-^ I nilt-r.
NewYork, Sept. 2^^. Pogcustecher ^V^Co., exporters of petroleum, made an^assignment to-duy. Their attorneys say^that th** present difficulties arc solely due^la the failure of Andrew Mrown. of HutTa-^lo, to take car,- of his iihligatioiis. The^direi-t liabilities as near as can Is- ascer^^tained are Is-twecn luVJHO ami MOUftOA^The contitigenf liabilities are about SK^i.-^ihhi, on imi'i im mi slut ion acceptance and^endorsements for Mrown. If Mrowu, the^lawyors say, would lake fun* of his out^^standing obligations, ami pay Yogeu-^stetcher A Co., tin y could show a hand^^some surplus. Andrew Mrown is well^known as ^the MulT.ilo hunts r king.
iiiii'I Vote for lloiilaiiger.
P^^ Rfs, Sept. -.li. ^I'll., uiuiiie pal com^^mission has d .-idi-d that the votes cast^for lloiilangcr in Moiituiartre in the n-^ceiit eli-ctioiis are void unil ilielured Jof*^friu, tlu- lalsir camliilute, elefte^|. the^eommissioti also uullitlefl tin* votf-s cast^for Henry Uochcfort in M. lie toil |e.
Th,*f-oiuinissioii lias con Iirm^-iI the e|is--^tiou of Count Dillon i M.Milangist i for the^department of Morbihall.^^ s^^ ..td Weather In at. Fsul.
St.PaI'L, Sept. aii. To-day lias Isi-n^th*- coldest of the season thus tar in this^city. Similar ri-|s^rts have Is-eii received^fmiu a numlier of points in tin* northwest,^and snow has fallen at St. Cloud ami Du-^lutli, Minn., and Black River Falls, Wis.,^and sevcruI IfM-ulities to Is- heard from.
liri|*|M-.l 1 lend st a Funeral.
NewYork, Sept. -J)i. While attending^the funeral of Colonel Governor Curraw,^the journalist, to-duy Jacob A. Water-^house, a friend of the dc.-cased and u^meiiiber of his regiment during tin* war,^dropped dead of paralysis.^^- e^He Aided the Johnstown Mufterers.
DENVER,Sept. '^*^. Father Mann, a^Catholic priest who was most diligent in^rendering assistance to sufferers in the re^^cent disaster ut Johnstown, died ut the M.^^J.lilies to-day of acute stomach troubles.^The remains will lie sent cust for burial.
I!-^-*u Mteumship Arrivals.
AtNew Yoi k, the S|ui^iu from Livei*iKM'l-^At Houtbampton, tlie Hunuoiiia uud
Saale from New York.
AtQueciistown, the Wisconsin from^1 New York, tin* Kansas from Boston.
Iua audi Downs la Market Values en the^Mew York Kxchange.
NewYork, Sept. SB. -Tlie stock market^to-day showed little eliange, and although^tin* tone of dealings was tindouhtcdly^strong, fluctuations were us sm til as ever^anil realizations of the lust hour wiped^out many of the gains made in the early^|s^rtion of the day. Governments were^dull ami steady. Petroleum oiieliefl firm^atfaut after the llrst sales, HHkBW
dullami sagged oil' to levt^, then n-acted^Ulltl clos^sl steady ut !^!^. till the stock^exchange the o|s-iiing was !f!l'^c, highest^W^c, lowest ttK^c, closing !S^c. On^tlu* Consoliilatisl exchange tlie opening^wus !^!i*^e, highest !*^K.^-, lowest ^.^^'4i-,^closing SWe. Sales, 4lT,til^ barrels.
Tin^ c losing i plot ut ions w*-re;^C. K. 4'. reKistcred^C. s. 4*. isall|Ni||^I . m. 4','s reg .^1'. S. 4^ ,'^ eiHipoll.
tan. fa.-!t'n-^fan. s, uRhera
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Itiirl'iigton...^l-i. 'kasamia^IVnver A K. ^J.
lmfs. A Nash.^Mieliigan I'eiitrsl^Missouri n*eWr,^Northern Catitti-.
Moneyon call easy, at .Soil^mercantile pa|s-r. (hu ~Vf Sterling^change tpiiet and steady; sixty^faills,^l.K(; deniaml, *4.M7%.
Mining^piot.ni..us ns follows:^ftclcher
lU-sland Hcli-lier^t'aldonia, II. II. .
t'oloradoCcn.^Cou. t 'al. and Va.^Iiciiii-r t uy Cuu
i'oniiiionwealtli ...^I ^ea. I *a ... si i'er^F.iireka t 'on^^ ...ul.I mid i urry^Hale and \ort-ross^II.Hlli-slakt-
Cop|M*rdull and ln*avy; Lake,Oct.$10.TO.^I steady; ls-tter demand: domestic^firmer; Straits,
BANKbRS IN SESSION
IlliparUatHualness transected Yesterday^and the Convention Adjourned.
KansasCity, Sept. *JB. - In the laxukers'^eoiivciitiou, to-day, a resolution from the^New York delegation recommending to^congress tliut such action Is* taken us will^revive the American merchant murine^and one from the Kansas delegation^which wanted the convention to endorse^the object of the Texas eoust deep hurlsir^convention, to ta* held nt To|s*ku in t ^^-^toiler, were vigorously iliseiissisl nufl final^^ly referred to the executive council. The^si-crctury's report showed uu increase in^ineiiils rs iluriug the |Kist year of 157, the^total membership now being 1,870. Mr,^Sliced of Kentucky offered a resolution^that section .*^, I'.et of tin- revised^statutes of thei'llited ^states
governing national bank- should Is* so^umciidisl fay congress us to exchange^clause governing forfeiture of interest.^Mr. Sinssl coMdeenned usury* laws in gen^^eral. Tlu* resolution also proiMsw*,! tliut I^all banks should Is- amendable to tin* J^slate laws of the state ill which l'M*ut^*d.^It wus not just that so heavy a |M*uulty^should Is- meted out to national hanks for^usury when state banks wen* not amen^^able to the same law. It wus Dually re^^ferred to a special commitee which rc|Mirt-^eil recommending tliut congress Is* re-^uuested to amend the law in ipiestioll so I^the |s*nulty would Is- forfeiture of only tlu- |^amount of interest over the legal amount. ,^The liveliest discussion of the convention^occurred over the reix.rt of the executive^council recommending that the pais r^read fay Mr. St. John yesterday^on coinage etc.. Is- n-fcrreil to the^next executive council. The recommend- j^atioii provoked a long del site. Finally u^plan was Mlopted to fully consider Mr. St. I^Johns' projHM.iti.ui, and take a vote on it I^b.\ mail after the executive council had
sent its reports to tile delegates. *l'|u* uoiii* I
matingcommittee mail*- a report which^was adopted, recommending the n^elec^^tion of i Italics Parsons, of St. Louis, as^president of the oss^m-iution, and Morton^Michael as vice president. A new t-xecu-^toe council was chosen, a it ti very feu* ex- f^ccptinus, the same as last year. I'll.- con- j^volition then adjourned.
flutherFutents lu tlie Northwest.
WVsMIMiloN, Sept. Jli. The olfici.ds in
tlu-generalland office say tliey are not^aware that as -latcd ill a Portland, * Iro-^gon, dispatch the govcmilielll is witli-^holiling from settlers m i Iregoii patents^for tiuils-r lauils to any grt-at extent oil^the grounds that t he lands an - agricultural.^There arc some cases held up |m-udiug in^^vestigation by s|m-ciul agents to determine^tlu* character of the laud. Tie- great^trouble that tin- laud officials have to ileal^with, they say, is to prevent vi^^^latioll of tin* law in rcga:-d^to the entry of i iii!.*T luml not^only in Oregon, but in the northwest gen^^erally. My law one |m-|-soii can make only^one entry of lisi acres of timlu.*r land.^Syndicates have Is-cu formed and great^Isslies of timls-r laud, soiiietiiuis^ much^us r*^,tRJU or hut.'!^! ui-res liuve Im-cii pin^^chased hy iuiliv tibials with the Ullik-r-^stumlilig that wh. ii they n*ceived a pati-ut^it would Is- turn^-il over to the symlic.ite,^hIiicIi not only furiiish. il the money to^individuals to purchase th. land, but^paid him also for the use of his liauie. In^many fuses these men are brought from^eastern cities, as men living in the coun^^try who have us u general thing exhuustisl^their right to either purcl use or cuter^government land.
HowClerks io tba PensJoi Met fim-^ally Robbed the GoTenuneaL
TheReport of the Investigating Commit^^tee ^iradaally Leaking Oat^Crooked ^^ateluls Mill Ke-^talne.1 lu Outre.
Washimiitom,Se| 1. SB. The Pruning^('nftifnl says: The report of Messrs. Ew-^iug, CamptM'll anil Bruce, the commission^that investigated tin* |ieusion office,though^chmely guarded by tin- interior department^officials, is gradually becoming known. It^is known tliut the report takes up each re-^rating case separately ami each case is ex^^hibited in itself. Stress is laid upon the^fact that Deputy Commissioner Hiram^Smith, Jr., received over BkOOU as a re-rat^^ing- This action of his comes in for se^^vere criticism in the report. Whether^Smith lias returned this BLOW or^not tin* report does not stale.^Smith receives his pension at the Topeka^agency. Secretary Noble in view of re-^|s^rt of commission has himself quee^^lioucd Mr. Smith as to the facto attending^tlu* re rating. Tin* report also contk -^na^S.piires es|m-eialIy for his action in making^cases sptsrinl. It states that Squires pos^^sesses tli.^ stamp of Tanner as commis^^sioner and affixed it to popcrs. without tlie^commissioner's knowledge in a number of^such cases. A very large numfaeris given^and Commissioner Tanner is criticised^for his carelessness in thus entrusting^his official prerogative to a mere private^secretary who violntcd tlie confidence re-^poHcd in him. Tlie names of pension^ottlcinls who causexl themselves to be re-^rat.si, form n conspicuous part of the re-
Kort.Several were discharged at tin- time^y Secretary Nofale and they now point to^the fact tliut one who received the largest^amount of all deputy commissioners is^still in nlflce. A member of tlie board who^made the investigation intimated to a re-^isirter that tin* chief culprits were still in^jiositiou but would soon follow Tanner^into privute life.
Fx-PeiisiouComissioner Tanner admit^^ted to the ass^M-iatcd press that the letter^iiurissrtiug to he his, telegraphed from^Caldwell, Ohio, is genuine. He says it^was written in confidence. He believed it^was stolen. This evening Mr. Tanner^telegraphed to private Dulaell to know^whether his letter had been stolen or had^reached the public in some other manner.
S|s-akingto a reporter for a local pa|s-r^regarding tlu-rerutuig of deputy commis^^sioner Smith. Tanner said all the rerating^cuses came Is-forc him last May and while^the matter wus under discussion there^were present in his office (general Lew^Wallace, tieiierul Barniim, of New York^ami u iloaen ncwsou|s*r men. There was^not. he says the slightest criticism as to^tlu- justice of rerutiug the pensions. That^of the deputy coumutsaiouer was with tlie^others and Tanner does not remember it^particularly. The commissioner d^si-|ined^to discuss his letter or report of tlie inves^^tigating committee which has not yet been^made public.
Cheeringthe Whole Tlehet.
S|ss-ialto the standard.
GltKATFai.i.m, Sept. *JB. An excursion^train returned uhiMit midnight from thai^grading camp ut Suutl Coulee, where a^great meeting wus held. Mr. Johnson,
tlu* milling f.r.in. presided. The
Americanand Scandinavians Hugs were^displuycd in tlu* hull, which was crowded^witli intelligent workiiigmen. merchants^uml ranchmen. S|m*oc!m*s were made fay^t.eorge W. Taylor uud Robert S. Ford on^county affairs. Judge Luc,* of Ho semen^made uu ehspieut address on campaign^issues. He wus followed by Sam^Won I of Helena who spoke^until near midnight U|miii tlie claims of^Tisile, Mugintiis and the entire ticket to^public support. His s|s-.-eh was warmly^received fay the miners, who ure enthusi^^astic for the state anil county tickets. Mr.^Word made a telling appeal to tlie repub^^licans pn-scnt, who evidenced a liberal^spirit and join.si heartily in tlie applause.^I beers wen- given at tin* close for Toole,^Magintiis and Jerry Collins.
Ji.Tlie track wus^events resulted as
muddy to-duy. Tin^follows:
MileAiirauia won. Cracksman second,^Ktruriu thirxl. Time. 1:41^.
Mileami otie-i-ighth Vow or Never^Won. ( uliellte second. Ib-llu U. thirxl.^Time, f :.^^s'.4.
Mileand one-sixteenth Gulop won,^Zeph^ ms second, Sam W^ssl third. Time.
Second s|ss-iul mile and one-eighth^Kf-|s^rter won, b^ Anip-k-a mx-uiiU, Teiuiy^thinl. l iiue, I:^*.1,.
Sixfurlongs Cortlaml won. Civil Ser^^vice s^s-. ml, Kalph Ikiyanl thinl. Time,^IMM.
Nixfurlongs. F^h-iIIiuiii won, Brightlight^sixmiiI, t l.irNiii.ui thinl. Time 1:1*4.
I'nitTi.vnii. tign., Sept. '.^ii. - A Spokane^sp.s ial says: Tb^- city hull was crowded^to-day by citisetis interest**.! in tlu- urgu-^mo.it iu the cose against 1 ouncihuan^\V ati is, eliarged with stealing provisions^from the n-lu-f coiuinitte,*. Argument^wus concluded unit tin* case taken uuder^oilviseiueii* -uitd morning. This baa been^the most interesting legal contest that^ever is-currcd in Spokane Fulls. Robert^luglis, ehargasl with the same ..Ifciu-e and^whose voluntary statement led to the ar-^n*st of I'oimeilmau Waters and Buefer^ami Policeman tiillcspic, was at Missoula,^Mont. Chief of Police Warren went up to^urn-st him, but la* eluded the officer and^escuiMsi.
How Marriage Altet-ts Nome people.
Krointhe Terr^- Haute Kxpress.
Judge You are u freeholiler V
ProspectiveJuryniuii Y^-s, sir.
Judge M.irr.eil or single '.'
Pn|ss-tive Juryniuii Marritsl three^years ago l.ust mouth.
JudgeHave you formed or I'lpn-KMil^any opinion'.'
Pros|s-etive-Juryman Not for three^yeun, pa-t.
Readyto Help Out.
Fromthe New York Sun.
MoneyI sags: ^Yihi say you wish to^marry my daughter '.' Well, you know 1^luive tin*,*.*, and on tlie marriage of each^I shall give her huslsoul ^lu.i^o. Which
1one do you want'.'^ Jack Na|u*a: ^I'll^t. ll you what we'll do. You'll move out^to I'tuh. and I'll take all three of them off^your hands. I'm willing to do the souarc
TheTemple of Heaven Hurned.
IBBBBB,Sept. Jii. ^ -The Temple of Hea^^ven at Pekin, containing the dragon^throne, has been destroyed l^y Ure.
FivePersons Instantly Kills*.
Milan.Sept. JK. By the collapse of an^^infinished house yesterday Are persons^were killed uud twenty injured.
Ueethof ua Kx-P-resMent at Vs..sr.^Pkovioknck, R. I., Sept. Jb. ^Samuel L.^Caldwell, ex-president of Vasaar college,^died i. ssluy after a brief illness.
MinisterFhelus at I
B(RU!f,Sept. JB^Mr. Phelps,^American minister, presented his en^tials to tlie emperor to-day.
DwktoiMSvn (Mrlhe at^Lii.MHi.N, Sept. Jb^An extenaree struW^of dock laborers ha