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NBDOLLXR PBR MONTH.
IT XDlfBBTISIHG ItX
ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30, 1889.
DR.D. J. McDONKLD
HUKQKONDKNTIRT.^^mci ovM jm. Htm 00..
F.L,. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D.. CM.
r-4-*on Second utrwt, M. Jeau BuiMinjc.
Officeuo First St.. lo Ml. Jean Building.^Mi 1 II^ to 12 A. M.. '4 to ^ and T to^ P.M.
POUCHMAUIHTBA1 K, JUSTICE OK TUB^PEACE. NoTAKN Pl'BLIC, CON-^VKVA.M Kit, ^^:.
ONTHE WAY TO HELENA
ContractorWoolston and In. Wells^Leaf e lew York for the West
maimht., OVKK hau1ikt * JACKKV'H STOKK,^Anaconda Montana.
T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law.
I-YactlcesIn all of the Slate ami United KUtUn^oonrta. CollerlitHia proinpllj made. Sueeial at^^tention given to Mininit Properties and Minna;^law. B*a| Estate, Loans ami Iumirance. Prop*^erty Knnled and Item 4 Collected. Office roonm^5 and 4 Matlie block, corner of First^street*. Anacouda. Muni.
F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S.^inTlre,, First street Itetween Main and Oak.
Anaconda,Montaua.^TEETH KXTHACTEU WITHOUT PAIS^by a new prm-ess. All classes of I^eiit;il Work^executed in lir^t class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plate*.
7^ F*. BROWN*
Attorneyat Law.^(Mkt In Barrett U Jarky'* Block, Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana.
akaixindamoktawa^om^*^ In Barrett ^ Jacky block. Residence on^Mceoo.1 street west, optMMlle '^Calls promptly attended to.^Louis Medical College.
MontanaHotel.^Uraduate of St.
DRS.MITCHELL A SNYDER.^HNKCONL HOSPiTHL,
(Nextto Montana Hotel.)^ANACONDA^ MONTANA
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
FITZPATH1CKa* ASPLIXU,^REAL ESTATE * INSURANCE ACTS.
MiningBrokcrs.1'oUca-tors and Conveysarien.^ANACONDA^ ^ MONTANA
Hunsinger,Barrett A Burnett,
Wholesaleand Retail Butchers.
FamilySupplies a Specialty.^All Order* Delivered Eras* of Charge.^Sh^^p on Kir^t Street - ^ ^ An Ai-a^Nl^A
MAKESA SPECIALTY OFFIXJC CIOAKS
domkstic.IMfOHTRU AND KKV W KST.
TheBEST an^l CHEAPEST place in the city of^Butte to Pun-haw BOOTS and SHOES^is at the (iOI.lt BOOT,
ifiWert Park St.
F.H. Shaw, Proprietor.
J.F. DUNCAN,^Tonsorial Parlors
Ceir.Maiu and Front Street*,^^da, .... - Montana.
Importerami dealer in
FineWines, Liquors and Cigars,
MainStreet. Anaconda, Mont.
D1DESTAUMGAMD ALL ITS BRANCHES.^E. JACOBSON.
FirstStreet Eat.^Anaconda, Mont.
1m.c. hhynes,^uyert and feed stables.
TransientStock Carefully Cared for.
+7X.. J. BLIX +
COMNG TO PITTSBURG
HereKrupp. the tin^l Oaa^tmm ta Aswrlcm.
PiTTaMi-Mi,Ort. W. Here Krupp, the^great wiiu maker of Essen, (mtiuuii/, ia^stnatigly rnnsulcriug tha- ndeisuhility of^rominv to this city anil budding a plant^after the motlel of his trent factory in the^Rhenish raroeincen. Several represcnta-^tivea of the famous gun man have heen in^the city (luring* the last mouth or so, gath^^ering; oil kinds of information which^wciihl warnuit such a pltin. (hie said:^^TlM-re nn* .^ good many n-aaaan* why my^muster wisln** to remove hi* plant t^^ Ihi*^countryc*|Ms*mlly to this city. The
llrstis the fai't 1l1.it Euro|M* may at any^moment la-come tin- *cciie of a^great wnr. Of course in kim-Ii^case Krupp would have to stand by^Ilia fatherland, and from patriotic .^on-^aitlerntious In* would iiiiiuufuctiire gun*^for Germany al- tie.w. u* all tin-
DAVITTAND THE CLAN
1-eIrish Leader Denies That the Order^is an assassination Society.
First-ClassTurnouts and Mod^^erate Charges.
BBBstreet. East of Main. Anaconda, Montana.^Having Purchased the
OnFront street. Anaconda.
1prepared to conduct a fl net-class hotel,^but wlute help employed.
FirstClass Board and Ixalging.
Hlamed for the Meaadal by^ff the Wealthy rontrsftor^reaper* Found la Mr*.^Wells' Trunk.
NkwYork, Oct. ao. -Nothing; hu* yet^lasui heunl from Contractor George P.^Woolston, whose peculiar relations with^Mrs. Caroline K. Wells tiave 1* en tlM^^talk of the town for day*. It ia douhtful^if the two huve yet readied Helena, Mon^^tana, wliitlier it is iM-licva-tl 11 icy were^Ixuiinl. Mr. Frank V.. llng-cr*, of Morse A^linger*, wlio ha* heen more intimately an-
tMH'iatetl.Im^||i tua-ially ami in 11 Imaine** j world knows, Krupp make* more pin-^way, with WoolHtoti than ally one in Ni^w^York, said ye*tenlay th.it no iutcrenting^story* misht hi- told on la-lialf of both the^impliean-d im-i-koiih, hut he did not f^ -^-1^iiutliorized to tell it. Much miitlit Is- aaid,^Ik- alllrm*, in mitigation of Mr*. Well*'*^olfeiiee.
**1know nil the fact* in the ^^^^^,^ ^^*-^plaiueil Mr. Kouera yesterdiiy, ^and 1^know the woman i* more *iuu^-d aitaiiiHt^tlian vinniuix. She is the 1111fort1111.it)- vie-^tim of unfortunate ^-irt-uui*taucc*. I don't^la-lievc she ha* a dollar of Mr. WooImIoii'm^pn^|m-i ty. The ImuhIs and other securities^found in tho^c trunk* at SlMt^pMheud Hay^were not neifotiiihle. None of them had^la-en transf. rred to her. Most of the se^^curities found there were sliares in u de^^funct insurance company. Mrs. Woolston^lias liarrusM-d bi-r huahnud in ev^^ry way^ill her power. She swore out a search^warrant for the examination of those^trunk* hy Htating that she wanted to^search for ^ hair lirush ami cumh iK'long-^ing to her, which husband had carried^away. On the strength of that warrant^she examined all the private imoers of^Mr. Woolston and Mrs. Wells, and she^curried away some that didn't la-long to
her.Here ia a letter ill my pocket now.^addressed, as you see, to M-. Woolston,
whichthe took from one of the trunk*^and oftcward sent to my wife. But she
hasn't succeeded yet ill milking any
troublein my family.
Ihave known tieorge Woolston, a* uiy
partnertold you yesterday, for a great
manyyear*. I did not know altoul hi* re^^lation* with this woman until about a year
iiRi). Then he toltl me all alt-nut it. I
knew that there was trouble Ix'twcen
Woolstonand his wife.and that they could
notlive together. I huve seeu Mrs. Well*
onlyfour times in all. If all the facts
aboutthe business relation* of the two
wereknown it -vmilcl place tin* woman in
amuch more favorable light.
Aitetitleuiuu who was present at the ex^^amination of the content* of one of the
trunksat SlicepMhcud May, but who dis s
notwish his name used, said:
Among;the woman'* |^a|*^i*h wa* a rc-
cciptdated alxiut sssjsjsj yi-urs ago, 111.11I1*
outlay Oeisysje K. Wiwilstou to Caroline l^.
Wells,for more than BCtjOOO. This shows
wheresome of BllMMCl Well*' money went.
anilalso that WiMilston knew tin- woiuuu
byher i-ii^111 name, a* well as by the nalllc
ofMrs. E A. Willianl, which she thi n
1 he woman had i-riilently pr^-served
allher eorres|M^nilelice with great care,
butshe hail Ix-i-u shrewd enough to cut
outfrom the most compromising letter*
thesignatures, dates, anil often names in
thebo^ly of the epistle*. Most of the ell-
VelopeShull also lai-tl destroyed.
Ican i'oiillriu that portion of Mrs.^Woolston's story relating to the attempt^to coiiIItic her u* an insane iktsoii at the^Grand I'nioii hotel. I was one of those to^whom she sent an appeal for help hy^throwing; the letter* out of the window.^The letter which reached ^^^*^ wa* cruiil-^pled and stained with mud. On receiving^It 1 went tit once to the |h^lice station^nearest the hotel, ami. getting a detective,^we went to her room. We arrived Just af^^ter she hud been lit^cratcd, and ^o there^was nothiiitr for us to do.
KmiiictWell* will probably soon la-gin^a suit against hot h his wife and Woolston.^He will seek to recover from hi* wife the^$11,UU() which she carried away, and tin-^case uKuinst Woolston will probably be^based oil alienation of the alii ctioli* of^Mrs. Wells.
HE PREFERRED SU1C1DE
An K*cape.l Cunvlcl From slnK sing^^^rl*^n Kill* llliu*eir In Mlniiesola.
UmLWATKH,Minn., Oct. 5!9. Kreil^Thurlx-r. mi esca|MHl Sing Sing convict,^lie* dead at the house of Thomas Wall*^gate, a wealthy farmer at tin-y Cloud. Mr.^Wallgate hiri-il 'l^hurb^-r to do farm work^through a St. Paul agency Octols-r 9. Mr.^Wallgate hail occasion to visit St. Paul,^and in hi* abseiuc tin- man iui(uired^anxiously of Mr*. Wallgate if her husliaiul^was an officer, or if he hail gone after a^sheriff or other officer*. He was answered^in tile negative and Thurbcr replieil^that he hail recently escaped from^Sing Sing after serving; three years and^sixty days, and that seven years of hi*^sentence remained, hut that he hail served^long enough, ami if there was any proba^^bility of his recapture hi* would cut his^throat or jump into the river. When Mr.^Wallgate cumc home at dusk Thurlx-r^took his horse and cured for it. and then^going into a building next the haru used^as a blacksmith shop, killed himself with^Wallgate'* shotgun, which wa* stored in^the building. He tied a string to one of^the trigger* anil explislexl the charge hy^pulling the string with his fooL Thurls-r^had in his pocket an unused eiivcloi*- ad-^dressed to Edward Hendlinski, meat mar^^ket, corner Main and Water street*. Sing^Sing, N. Y.
L.lvlngston* New Host mauler.
WAHHlNiiTOM,Oct. a. - The president^has appointed the followiiiv-named post^^masters : Charles A. Post, Modesto, Cub,^vice Charles A. Pinley, resigned: Simon^K. Burstow, at San Hafuel, Cul., vice Itus-^sell Chapman, resigned ; Melviu W. Ever-^leth. Colorado Springs, Col., vice T. H.^Crawford, removed: Stiles M. Park* of^Livingston, Montana, vice Carl T. Peter-^sou, resigned : Daniel M. Williams, at l us-^carora, Nevada, ofllce Im-cuiiii- pn-sideii-^tial; Walter E. Marble, at Kingston. N.^M., vice K. H. Mapper, removwl.
THE CHEROKEE LANOS
A Mt^ tattle MyasBeate Thai Will Hi
JBEGGSONHIS OWN HOOK
thanany other tlrm in the world; if, there^fore, our plant were established in a neu^^tral country we could furnish our guns to^any 1 ^owcr. Hut apart from that tin- nat^^ural advantages of western Pennsylvania^are so tempting ami their value ha* been^so conclusively shown to Herr Krupp that^hi- is favorably inclined ton removal.
Hut you do not mean to suy that he i*^going to remove hi* entire plant, bag ami^baggage, into this country 7
* Yes, 1 do. Do not forget that Krupp^is a ^young man. Since hi* father died^the young man ha* dev^-lo|sil all kinds of^notion*, and he will not stop until they^are matcriali/cl. I know that a syndicate^has tiered him l.iUMi.tmn.imo francs for hi*^plant in Uru**eii, and whether or Ml he^refuses it would not ufTcct his plans ri-^gurding Pittsburg.
THEY FAVOR ANNEXATION
ThePeople of Victor!^ Anxlrou* for floaer^Kelatlon* \\ 1th I in lr Main.
CmiAiai, Oct. ^ii. -In an interview in^a I^m-ii1 pa|m-r, Joseph Habri^-k, a miiie-^owner of Victoria, say* the largest portion^of commerce Is-tweeu British Columbia^anil the I'nited States is in Chinamen ami^opium. He talks of what is well known^to Pacific coasters, uliout the way loads^of coolies, which formerly went to Sun^Francisco, are dmii|Mil at Victoria and^thence make their way across the Immjii-^dury, and also about the unparalleled ex^^tent to which opium smuggling has^grown. Hnbrick further said that Un^^people up hi* way were practically unani^^mous for annexation to the I'nited States.^^Itcccut event* in the relation* of tin- two^countries have spurred the desire,^ he^said. '-Nobody blames the I'nited Stall-*^for seizing seal |m sic hers in Alaska^water*, although they were mostly Vic^^toria |m-ople. The blame is wholly laid^uiHin the British government which, after^ti lling us we had a right to llsh for seal,^refused to give 11* protection. Anyhow,^even if we were iii touch with the govern^^ment ti.tlKI miles away and we are not 111^any sense tin- natural rcluti^^u* of our^l*-ople with Americans would iTemaiuf a^union. Wi- need American capital. Wc^have American blood. The English arc^a iMisitive handicap tin tin- nlii iiiiils of^the young and profrrcMHivc |* ople to d^-^velop the country.
Thinoiitrlilir.-.l* s,,:.i at Auction.^Nkw YoltK, ^^^-t. ^.^!^. T'ln- anuouuee-^^MtM that Col. S. D. Brunei- would sell at^public auction all the race-horses and^thoroughbred yearlings Is l.uigi.ig to A. .1.^Cussatt, of the ^ hesti-rbri*^k farm, at^^tracted a large crowd to the American^Horse exchange to-day. Among Un^^horse* sold were the following: Eric Bay-^colt, foaled 1 ^^^*;. hy the Duke of Ma^^genta, out of Imp; Second Hand, dam^Exile, tot;. 11. Morris for *-l.4U^; Now-or-^Ni-vi-r. a brown colt, foaled \HKt by Strut*-^fort, out of By-aml-By, to O. It. McStca^for $.^^,4^M; Turugoii, a i hestllllt colt fouled^ill 1KK'^ by Stratsford. out of Tartu, to t^.^B. Morris for Sl,7l^i; Mud*tom-, a brow 11^colt foaled Ires; by Vuiiderlnlt. out of Nina^Turner, 10 J, Duhlmati for*^..^^ ^': I'haneiv.^a bay colt fouled March M, ln*7; I'le^Itcuteli, by iiii|h^rted Mr. Pick wimmI, out of^Bonnie WimmI, own sister to Hclliot Mead,^to Mr. l-akclaud for 54.m^i. The total^sum realized by the sale wa* rt|.*^.Ol5.
TheBtM ^^ 111 men 1 Navy \ar^l*.^WamHIM.tom. Oct. ^J'.: In hi* forth^coming rc|m^rt S^-^-r^-liiry Tracy will, it is^11 in li istoi * I, urge upon congress tin- adop^^tion of some positive |m^Iicy with reganl^to the various navy yard-. I'sjajple inter^^ested in the o|*'iiing of those now clos, d^and maiiitaiiiiiig them in a stateof activity^have presented their arguments to the^secretary anil these have Im-i-ii submitted^to the chiefs of tin* several bun-.ins for^their examination and ri*|iort.
Se,retury Tracy will probably ask con^^gress to o|m-ii the yards for tin- coii*truc-^tion or repair of ship* or establishment of^training ship* with I^arracks for appn-n
tieesor else elos^- tllelll i'lltirely allll llls-
l*si- of tin- property and plants.
NewYork Wlu. thr t'h.iiipliimlilp,
NkwYiikk, (h-l.'JS. Then-wa* a wild^scene on the New York grounds this morn^^ing, when the (aiunts for the see-on ntinie^proved their right to the championship of^the wiM-lil. Hunk IP Day wu* ill the Imix^for tin* champion* and the hridcgriMnns^secured hut four hits oil' him. while the^Ciiiinl* touched Terry up eight times and^won tin-game. The scon-:
NewYork...... I o ^ u o I I ^ ^^ 3
BriMiklyn3 o o 11 o o n o ^
Basehit*. Sew York a] BriMiklyn t. Erroix,^New York I, BriMikJyii 1. Isttti-rii-*, N.-w York.^U'lniy ami Ewing; BriMiklyn, Terry and lhit.li^^ Mjg. t utpires. Lynch and tiarTiu-y.
4'aallnMliiglit* Spsrrh Ik fur. It*.- l-aruell^Ciiniiiil-MluM iM-x-mllM-Uc the AulKor*^of i ,e Artlt-tea on ^ i'sruelllsM*^mill Crime.
LiM^^^^, Oct. LSI. Michael Davitt n-^altltMil hi* adiln-s* lM-fon- the I'arm-11^coiiuii.--.ion 10-1 lay. lb- r^-ferns I to tin- j^actlmi of tin- t 'hicago i-oii vctitiau a* ills- 1^approving the assertion that the Clun-na- I^toil ! was actively allied with the league.^Tin- author- of the articles on ^Paruell-^ism anil Crinii-,^ printed in tin- Loiuloti |^7i^m^ he -.ml wilfully invented garbled j^quotations from tin- Aun-rican p.i|*-r^. j^lie ailmii- that the expressifMis of some of^tin- -|^ akers at Chicago wen* bitter^against l.ngland. but the con vent ion wa* j^helil during a |* rii*l when the league wa*^under tin- bun of *uppn-*sioh, when a^uumlM-r of promiueiit mcmlM-rs of the I^Parm llite party wen- in prison, and when I^furl ^^ had crushed oil the coli-lltil- |^tion.il movement. Hi-iu-e tin- s|*-aki-rs .^wen- laboring under gn-ai exciti*ii*eut. !^Tla* ^P.irni-llism and t ruin*^ eat.-chism^distorted everything relating to the iiiovi- I^incuts of the lri-d.1 in America. He in- !^st;iMi-*-il as a liasi-li-s^ lie tin* statement^that In- met tin* chief* of the Anirrir.ui a*- ,^sasiiiali.-n party while ill the I'nited I^stati-s, anil concerted with tin in to form j^an Irish federation, and that Paruell as^^sisted in thi* scheme, lb- iDuvitti often^reiMnliatcil the |*i|icy of n-veime advo-^cuU'il by extremist* in America. Davitt^also -slid that many erroneous n-p-ort* in^America wen* curn-iit rc*|M-cting tin*^Clan na-(iacl, which organization was not^an assassination society nor any more a^MOTH siM*ietv than wa* the free ma^^sons in (in*ut Britain.
FallMeeting mt Nashville.
Nahhvil,i.k,Ik-LThe fall meeting
atthe West Silk- Park l*-g in to-day. The^attendance was ;t,^^^i. The track was^slightly heavy.
Tin'Inaugural purse for three-year-olds^and upwards, live furlongs Hilly I'inker-^ton Won, Deer l.-slge second, Tom WimmI
thinl. Time I *^\yt.
Maidenlithe*. t'wo-^ear--Ids, live fur^^longs Ophelia won, Milton llallyln*i sc.-^olid, Aniliel thinl. Time I ..
Threi-year-oldsanil upwards, mile anil^six furlong* Elsie H, won. Buckler map.^olid. Dutchman thinl.
Thela-m-OMti.t i ^ e tail; I u*.-1 *..
Dl-.NVKK. ^^ct.The engineer* this
morningelected P.M. Deitrick of AltiMiua,^Pa., second grand assistant engineer, to^till tin- vacancy caused by the r-* .igu.it ion^of Covuucr. of ( Licugo, an I A. II. Butler,^of Pitt-burg, Pa., third grand assistant
engineer. I InllVelltloll llecllled to hold
tin*next con volition at l'iltsburg. Pa.^Thfjrc wen- ten candidates for the honor,^Pitlsbiirg.Poi-ttutMl. Iluiiie, (.r un! Rapkln,
I.ouisvdli , Washington,.\tlunt.i. St. Louis,^Siotix ('ily. t..de-burg and i iiicmiiati.
Attin* afti-riiiMiu session tii'iiri'i' K. t.a-^ledo was i*i'-c|eeti'il grallil i-hapl.iill, utltl^VY. 11. Hii-kt-v. of Ml-Miuiiugtoii, III., grand
guide.'I Ills colllpletl-s till* election of of.^licers. Til-llli itTim (^llief ,\l llnir will t.-illll-
II.iti- the chief cxi-eiitivi- commune anil^present tin- iiauies to tin- oonvon 1 Inn for^approval, after which ro-oluiion- will I*^taken up.
\Yliileon the excursion over M 1rsh.1l^i-s Sal mil.i^ E. Mc( oi iiin k. a del- gate^-om Bihiiu-. low.,, was so utli-ch-d by tin*^high altitude that he was taken seriously^ill. He was brought back to Denver and^every ell'ort iiiade to re-tore Ins health.^He, however, grew rapidly MM ulul iln-il^to-night. Heart trouble was the cause.
HisCase Will be Conducted Independ^^ently of tne Other Sospects.
Washimiitom,Oct. 30. Sa-crctary Nolale |^has aihires.si a long letta-r to t.overnor^Fain-hihl. a-huirm.in of the i'lierokee i-onr^misHion, in which he define* certain po^^sitions tin- da^portmelit will maintain in
iiegoti.kling with the ('laa-roka*.-* fate tla- t^ ... , , . . .
_.. a a*... ,Ta.llm1.11j tlrian^l^l to Light by Wit
purch.iKcoff Indian lands ill the t Iterofcce ( YasateMlay Prylaa lata Ihe^outlet. Tla- wi nlnry refa-r* to tin* ilia- :* J2 ,
_ . ..' .. ...oftaanp ^^ H^H. (n^lif^llii.
gitimuta-iiiIIii- in a^f tin- ( herokec strip^^*-..^_ .^ ...
7..iWlih the ( Un-sa-llwl.
live st.s k ass.s uilloii in attempting to 1
thwartthe Im-ii. tic. nt pur|m^s, s of the g.,v- i ^ ^^^ ai.i^. 0.*t. ^^.^. The f.irt tfiero is a^^mm 1 ill Tin- secretary n* n h- * the eon-mu-rest-* 111 tin- defence tn th*
lu-ioii that tin- *y 11.heat. |sir|m*aes to ; ^ roil 111 ca*.. and that senna- (.iiunlian^outbid the Cnita-al Sfcita- for tin-*.-land- ^^^ gg* .* lu.vuig hi* . ana- colulin ted inch*-^anal to niter tin* arena ..- citiieus. .I* ^^lently of Un-..tin r-a w-a* *h..wn t.~l^y
ta-ndiugwith tin- nation.il g-.veriim. nt. when l-..rn -t 111 is half of the defemhinta.^I In- Mi n lur) insists that tin- cattle syudi- ^ objea-leilto tha- iMlniisauaut off O'Connor *^a-atc falls within tin- law pr. -lulii t tng eit 1- t.stiiuotiy. Mr.l on nor*.counsel for 1-* ggs,^/-^us from 111 iking li ases w illi die Imp ins. said 111 tin- latU-r's In-half In- wanted die^that leases of t hi ( ha n^ki a-outlet an* tin-. ,r,| p, -how that 110 obi.* tion is ma.U
lawful an. ill- It.. : that the pr. s.d.-nt has ,,^,,,. , ,., ,nlr.*luet.on of this t.*
authorityto .lecl.tn* ilivahd any agri-e-,.., ..., ,
mint or lease for graiing pun*.-. - m MHI , ,l^*' U' mvit. * the fulla st anal cla ar-^i-oiiirary to provisions of tha- law. which ^ ^ ^^ investigation of hi* conii.* ti..n with^pro villi- that tin* pun-liu-.', Icasa- or grant J tin* Claii-iia-t.aa*l and doa** not nlijai't lo^of Indian lauds to In* valid must he made any testimony tl^ut w ill forwunl tin* inveaa-^by tn .aty pursuant In tin* a-onstitutiou, anil ! ligation.
mattin* president basaiiUiority to n inova , A| ,,rt^-rt|.M.ii ^^ ssi..^ Audn w Poy. a^unantho, ./. ,1 peNMH fr-.m the r. -c-v a- ,ll,.,1^r-.P ^f ...^^w.^ , .,^ ^^. ^tMrM|
In-11w in in v- i their pll -em e Is believed11 .
10Im- .1. truneiiial to the pa ui-cand wa-1- | '^^*^^ witne.*. M - was very iion-co,n,,,,-.tal.^fan- of the Indians. Tin* government MM with the greate-t |m-rtinacity avonle.1^pr^-|^-sitioii show* that tin* ( herokei's giving |m*aitivc answer* to the maiaft inatns^will gi-t from tin- I lilted state, at least 1 a-a-nt ^jila-*t ion*. I'm .Ily he w as brought^jr.l^^i.U^i alter dednctlou of |*iymeiit^ al- j to aahml that lie had ui.uk* a speech at a^caily niail.-. Tin- a-uttli* *y mlu*ati*. In* ^ iiiccti ng of camp :n u lii-ii the ui.atta-r of^s.iys, i* pn-siimably aatie a^f Ilia* onlui.ary t Uu* n*|m^rt of the trtatigl.* coiinuitta*- a-ania^kind of which hundreds have henlofon- : up. It., muiale w^iTil at tern (it* ta^ ^-x-^i-xisti-il ami ilis.ipp.-ar.il with tha- loss of plain tin* a-iff-cuiiistances uiula-r wl.u-h^tln-ir assets. No r. sponsibilny attaches to In- uiaale Ilia' ^|*'.-ch, and got^individual- composing the cor|s^i aliou. 1 b..,IK tangled up. Finally he said:^ami if it did tln*y are |**rsoii* w hose for- ^^Ear as I n inrmler ( uptniii O'Caumor^tunes, howcvi-r gr-'at they may Im- to-duy. I nuwle tls* itaVlMMM that b ^ anm was a^are liable to Ituctuationa attendant U|mmi ' ixiid ag^*nt of tin- exe-cutira^ Issly of tha^sait-h vi-nnms.| Irish organization in this country. H*
Tin-pria*a** offered as n-ntul are iki-meil I ^^.aiil. I think, thera* wen- *fcjH,li^lof funds^by all acipi.iuita il with tha* *ubji-a-l as ex- I of tin* orgamiatloii, which had gone lo^tiavagaiu from llr*l t^^ last. I'ln* govern- 1 Lzi^Cun^n for simi- obji-a t in England and^mellt of the V lliteal Stuta-s is seeking laud Irelnilil.
onlyfor tin* g-**l of tin- |m-oi^Ii', to furnish I'oy also *aid O'Connor spoke of bavins;^new home* foe a vast milillsT off i iii*^mis lu-.anl tha* re|K^rt of the trial raammittco^who wish by their l.als.r to re^h*-m it from ni eivasl in auotlaT camp. This caused^wilderness or plains roaun d over by neat- mveh exciti'ineiit and was tin- cause off^ti-n d herds.1 tin- wiln.^**' s|m-^-a-h. Hi* auger wan
Thescon-tary. in a-olli-lusioli, says tha* causa-d,In* said.by the thought thai LWarun^proposition of the I inted States is not g.-tany of the Clan's fund* for any pur-^only fair but muuitlcicut. Tin- |mmu-, anal ulaao to learn that tin- report off^cattle syndicate has no authority to make tin' trial committee had Is-a-u given imiI^leases such as proposa il anil by it* evident 111 other r.ini|w m-Hiiu-r than in camp .N.^iuti-utioii to rival ami MM tin* govern- | Mn h i. I J. Kelly, Junior giianliau of^meiit on what it tBMMMi for all claim to ! camp ^Jl. told of tin- pr-* isibngs. though^iiiilulga* consi.li ration anal can, and ought | In* memory wa* itcMclcllt us to detail*,^to Im*. cx(m*IIciI from the outlet. I he sec- ' 11 ^ 1 ^' '' ' - ^^ - - *
n'tary*then-Ion* aiiiioiiiica-s 111 ordiar that
selll.-.lttul a.r t ulirl.
Ni:wBut nsw11 K, N. J., Oa*t. _^i. It i*^uuiioiitie.'il that a coiiiproiui*.* has Im-i-ii^ctl ll-tatl in tin* conlest over the will of the^late millioiiain'Christopher Meyer of this^city, by which his widow. Elite Meya-r of
I9-LOO par day. Keaaa.n *-l^le Bates for weak^Ma*ai tlora.
Killeda I (rant Heat I'
Hk.lUMA,Ark.. Oct. '17. -Ah tin* steamer^^lames Lai- was making' the landing t^Island Sixty, John Chillier*, one of the^clerk*, at leuipteil to collect fun- from a^negro pas-eiiger and was shot ill tin-^lm-a-t by tin- negro. Chilala-r* then shot^tile negro, killing him instantly.
ForestFlr-aa In Mlaneaotam.
Fakihai1.1, Minn., Oct. *.*-.^. Kin-* in^swamp* and forests an- doing more dalle^uge each day. Tin- gn at marshes arooual^liia-e. Mud and Wat kins likes are burned^ova-r, togctlu r with many tons of hay. At^Mud anil C'calar lakes tb.- winds have^1*-i-ii on fin- uud over KiUi) conls of wimmI^biirneil. Much bay wu* also burm d 111^this vicinity.
WhartonHutter* m Kelapse.^Washi.Ni. I'iiM. Oa-t. -JK Tin- ua*ws ffniui^i William K. Wharton. flr*t assistant MM^' tary of state, is not a*suriug. He has *uf^t fen d u rt lapse and Im-cii coiii|m-IIi iI to^take again to ImkL Much anxiety is felt^I a* to the n-sult off hi* illiie**.
No Truth In the KepurU
Ottawa,Oct. 2^. Tln-n* i* no truth in^, tin- ra-pa.rt that Uu- iui|*-riul gov.-rnma iit^ha* asked the alominioii authorities to^uuslify tin* Canadian Chinese act in onh-r^to avert u |Mdia-y of re|^ri*ul on tin- part ^ :^I t lima.
NewYork, and grand daughter Mr*.^Mollie lEeg.'tislM'i'gcr of t'ahforma, will^receive larga* sums cua-h ami withdraw^from tin- contest. The amount wa* 110I^m.iala- publia*. I In only contest against^the will now i* on deli.ill of Ma-ycr's iu-^suiia* sou, llowanl, who is ill an insane^asylum.
Naal1 Ms..ill tll.r All.
I1111^ \i.ii, ^ let.A photiigr.tph w as n-
cciveiiIroiil I'hilailclphl.i this iiioriimg of^the man supposed to Im- Tascott, the uiur-^den*r of millioiiain' Siu-ll. It proved to^I** *oun-other man. 'i'ln* |*ilii*e hen- do^not know hiin.
Pun.IM I.fill A, i h-t. Lit The man *ii|e^posed to Im- 'I ascott coltfcw*a** that hi- is^Saiuua-l Mom-mail. ra*la*a*a*il from tue Ohio^l*-uita-iittary last April, wlii-n- In* sa*rvi*il a^t.-rin for robl*-ry.
sh.n.llaaaAITray al E.art smith
I'iihtSmi 1 11. Ark.. Oct. M, William^1. Morgan, u promiueiit citizen and n--^publia*aii, wu* shot anal killed la*t night^by D. taibb*. Morgan ha* held many pr-an^uieiit |*^si*ioii^ and n**eully sa rvi-al u term^^a a-in uit judge. Morgan was tin* ag-^gra-^aaor.
HeavyFailure In Ho*U^u.^Pait.Aiif 1.1-iii a. ^ h^t. a*. The failure aaff^tin- Mosn.11 and ErlM U wim.I dealers im ali-^Iiounca-d. Liabilities over taW^/^1-B- The^-lirinkage in values ami discrimination of^banks against ^wimiI paper^ are giva-n as^the a-uuses.
KAMA!CtTT, Oa-t. 29. Tits- Fertiliser^building ami contents, counts-teal with the^l^4kekiugli-^u-.' of Armour A Co., Inirmsl^Ihia luoriiiiig Tin- loss wu* 9110.il*^. It^i* iM-hevcd a uumls-r of uegn^ employes^I* rishasl.
Fleelrle1.1 rzlli I ouip*aile* ^ ensured.
N.w Yiiiik, l ^ct. '.^^. The Jury in tla*^ea*a- off Uu- death of Lineman Pis-k* this^^ veiling, returued a venlict 111 which th. ^^e.-n*iin- the i-om|Kitiii-* f -r impa-rffas-t m-
isiiliitioii, ami i'oudeitiu tin- system off i^ver-
'In nl win-s.
Siat.-late^*f a l.eraaiaaa l*r.afe*sor.
Illm.iN. t ^i t. .^!^. Pn^f. tbsa-lie.is-cupaiil
Iof the chair^^ff llturuture at the university^I at Hall. , bas MMMM suicide by cutting^[ hi* throat with a razor.
itmay Im- riuiiiiiiiiiii .1I1-1I w ithout delay to^the i iiorokeo nation, that in his opinion^that thosa* who purpose t^^ make leases do^1 mo with the knowledge that such li ases^I an- unauthorized and may at any time^' within tin- ih-^ ret urn OI tin- tinted^State* government to l^- *ct^aside. 'I hat their lllti rli n lln- with^the negotiation* ofthe llllled
state*giv^-s uccuaiofi for go\i-rinneiit to^consider the propriety of laying it- hand
uponthese citi/eiis acting in defence off
thelaw ami ag.niist public mten*st and to^re-iiaui lln-iii from pr.M eeihug fiiftln-r in^Ilia dii'^M t'011. Lt ia. aleeuieil lacci -s.try^that such la-s*a-^ slnmlil lae -oiii|* ll.-^l to^leave said outlet w ith their proj-erty on or^In Inn .lulu lst.it l*-llig ili-a-llied pro|*-r^not to II x the tunc earlier that they may^1 sca|*- without siilb-riiig or 111 jury lo cattle^herds. If the ( In-nik-*** llu MltMl to^s.-ll th^*v an- at bts i-ly to keep their lauds,
unlessM l lllted Stales sees 111 hereafter
loussa't-t its right by sii|m*rior title, und^the I'ln ri'ki is shall iiti ivi' under any^clii iiiu-tain ^^- the sane* indulgence and^geii.-nuis treatment tlu-y have hcrctoton*^and *o long cujoyell.
K\Ns\sl I I V, I li t.A s|s elal to the
rinnfrom Taleipiah. I. I'.. siays I hn f^Mays will advise tin- Cba roki** a-otma-d to^accept till* goverilllielll'* olfer. Ilushy-^head w ill join ill n commendation. II,.^prosp...-ts an* now that tin- ('herokec coiii-^^MM will meet with siic.-i s*.^- -a.
NationalI aatlai lala t'aaaifereaaa*e.
|*HIL*AIIKI.PII1A, Oct.Tin* national
aoiifei a-tia e of tin- I'11 il.iriaii anil other^('hristiau i liiin*ln s, a-ouiliM-IM-cd tln-ir ^a s-
sion tin* ruing in Uu- Academy of
Music.Justice W'llls-r. of tin* I uitctl^States supreme court, pn-stil.-ut of tin-^i miffl ii m i . regt etli il that In* was unable^to give the tune ic.pui. ^! and urged that^his nam.* Im* not pn's.*uti*al for r*^Interesting t-a--*trt* wen^ing tin* pr**gr*
lb*said tin- ih-maml for tin- report off^that pnmmiltcc g-n*w out off O't '.atuior's^statement Its Uu- effect that In* had heard^the report off tin* committee in the camp^of which ('ntliln was u uii'IiiImt by t ronui^hiius.-tf. This Mtata-m.-nt, by tin* way, is^111 coiitrailia-tioii off tin- etrkh-iic-a* iatt this^siibjas*! hen'tofon* given, anil of all pub-^I is he. I st.al.-mclit*. which have agreed in^saying ^that O'Connor did not mention^( r-.mil's natiii-.
Thei-nsi, examination of Kelly brought^out th.* faet that although In* knew of tin.^trial of tin* triangle. In* did Hot know who^coiiHlitutasI that ^*^!^^ till their name* were^publish.-.1 in the iti-w s|iaf m-i-s.
AnthonyJ. Kor.Ll*i-l giiunhuu of Camp^-^'. testified that at ^ mas-tinglha- 1 1.111)1 on^February 7*J, Patrick Mi (i.ir)' anil IClchanl^Powers niaili* Mpe*^*x*lH*s deiiouiii'iug tha^triangle, ami s.*uior (iuanlian Ii*-ggs n^-^phed, il- feiuliiig Alexander Sullivan, ^^no^of tin- Iriaiigle. It was .1 warm ali*a-tis*ion^and Ih-gg* *saiil it would huva* to Im* |. .u-u^or w-.-ir. or w-irals to that eiras-l.
Stcva-n( oil.-rail, a lalaon r, was tin* last^witness. Ati attempt was mail.* t.^get a^ilctuil.'il stateiiieiii of Uu* priM'.-isling* of^camp '-li on the n.ght off Pcbriiury a from
him,but with 1r sin**. lb- wiit ipn***
tioiuslsharply by tin* pnaaw-etitioli as to^what be knew of the n-lutioii* of the vari^^ous 1 left-111 la 11 ts with i ii* h other and their^movement-. It w a* di*vi*lo|M*il that Mar^^tin Burke and ( -ill. ran had^ollh-a- twice in January ami^ruary. I'ln* witness -aid lha*y went llia-r^lo MOT M.-gg-' ..id 111 gelling work.
llgone to M. tigs'
mlonce in l* eh-
linn n-ail.^Cuitariau* 111 \
Ttiei..-1 011111 Ituillfel.
IlK.ki.in.^ let. I'ln- n u hst.ig to-day^coii-nh red the budget. Herr \ on Maul-^zahn, secr.'tary of *tutt* for tin- iui|m-rial^tri-asiiry, said it s as ^-xi*-cteil (hat cx-^|m-iubtiiie- |n ailditiou to those already^announced would I** n-ipurcd for tin-^army, lla-spttc tin* a-011 liila*iif cotitin-
111il |* .u*a*. Germany iim-uii* t^- maintain^the strength of the army.
BImMmMiv111. i ...ts.
Wisti 1 ni . 11 in . ( let.Ill the supremo
courtcan-. No. l.P'l. K. S. Hale, plaiutttl^111 error, vs. t.ottleib S.-hern-r, a-t al. in i-r-^i-iirtn iIh-wi|in*iii^ riiiirl off Montana ter^^ritory, on Motion of W. K. Mi^for the 1 lefetnI.int- in i rmr, was^and dlsiiiiiisesi with rial*.
BMPUHiMich.. ^ h-t. 29. Tlae trial of^Ib-l/huy. tha* mM higbwayman, Is-gan^loxlay.
Dknvkk,I nl., I let. '-*'. James and^( 'harles l oiinotr* and James Marshall, the^men coiivulisl ya-sta-nlay f^*r tin* Kio^Gminla* csauspiracy, wen- bnuight la-fon*^Judge Decka-r t.-dav ami aalimtta*! to bad^in tin* sum off *_','^^^ MM) which tlu-y^furtilsln d.
ThreeItaUauts K11 lea.
FoTTSVILlJt,I'a.. Oct. ^^.^. Hy an ex^^plosion of gianut tin- Lehigh A Wilkesls.rn-^coal Mine to-duy. three Italian* wen* in^^stantly kilhsl uud two otiters liutlly in-^jun-il.
ThreeMeu KllleU at st nastus.
noBaMmtn,Pa., Oct. ^.*.^. Tlirae men^were instantly killed this morning by the^explosiou off a locomotive ImiiIit at the^Pk*eee coal iiiincs.
Mllas to Marry a NfMM I a.t^.
LoNImim.i h-t. 'J^J.~ Ai-a-onhug to a. I vices^from Melgrade ex-King Milan will shortly^Is marrii-il to u Parisian lady.
Theirtort) -third Aaiuual llrellaaax.
CHMMMMajOct. JO. Tin f.-riy-thml an^^nual mas-ting of Uu- American Missionary^^ncM'ty began lo r.- this .iftcrMML lion-^tine busim*** ot*cupied both session*.
TheirVt e.l*llu( INmI|m^s^I.^Putts. Oct. -jn. lt i* said that tha* nar*^riugv of Prince Mural to Mi** Caldwell is^I |s^t|s^ued.
Three Men Killed.
Sr.Lulls, Oil. ssi.- Inffaarmatiaan haa^Im*-ii nss-ivisl ha-n- thai KolM-rt lle.il, a^Mexican, mill a (nek Indian named^Wila-y atta-mpt.-il to arrest a n.-gr. 1 In-r-ia^^thief named llriiuner, 111 a remote part off^the Scmiiioh- nation. Tin- horsa- Ulieff^Iln-il lip-iin tin- ollicers anil w is -In.t ik*atl.^While tha- otllcaT* wa*n- returning they^wen- killed by llva* negr-Ms, fri. inl* aaff^llrtiinier'*.
Iel.-I.ruling in Ku.*tia.
ST.PKTKK.sm*Wi, ( ^a*t ^JW. A year ago^lo-aluy while tin- iuir and czarina wen- re-^turning from tln-ir visit to the. CMMHt^th.- tr.iiu 111 w liicli they wen- traveling was^deraili'il near BncM and their iiiajcstic-a^narrowly .--i-api-il In-mg killed. Thanks^^giving sa-rvicc was held to-aluy tlmaigliout^Kussia for the almost miraculous cs. ap^^of tin- czar from death.
Kid.llncihe t iiuiitri or Outlaws.
Lot'lMVt u1.K, I let. JX. A Mat I Miurvilla^s|m*cial eoiillnii* the n |*^rt that Jiulgw
II j wis ha* full control in Harlan. Tim
illowanl outlaw*, who constitute a small^part of tha* extensive family, an* leaving
Itin* county. Lewi* -says he will not stop
'until peace is n-store^I fully.
AFreight t ar Fa^a^laa^.
NkwYiikk, ^act.The rimes says, ia
*|m*ukingoff tin- fn ight i nr famine: lt ia^sign 1 ticaiti that within a fortuigbt or so^the Nia-kle-plutc has received more than^one thoiis.iiul car I.sails of t lino gra[*-* far^is .nits west off the Kocky mo-iutaius. In^Montana these gru*,*-* have ahuoat drivou^I'uliforuia grain** ffnaiu the market.
Againstt hlnese Laundryaasaa.
WasIH-ni.tom.Oct. 2S^. - Sa-cretary Baeb-^a-lla-r bu* decitlexl that Chinese lauudry-^^uen an- Uhnrern within the meaning of^the Chin.-*.- n-strictive act anal are the ra^^ff ore prohibited from lauding iu the I'nited^Sluta-*, w hetha-r they have Tw-eu here laas^fort* or not.
TlaettiHil Market al
litisnit, i let. Jm. Dealer* complain of^the unsatisfactory condition aaff trade but^an* ^-bbge.l to sell to reduce their stocka.^In la*rrit^iry wtaal then* has been done^g.-sl. Sah** off fine at ^^^. line medium^.v^. 1 .^vx, ami medium '*o.i.Vi. Texas wool^apiiet, California dull uud weak.
ThePresident's Private H.s-retary.
WAHHiNirniM.Oct. JW.- Private Seem*^tar-)' Halfonl is very iiiueli iiuimaveil anil^will MMH In* ilutiea al Uu- White Htiuua
Toiii*. Parliament la Fersa
Loitnox,Oct. JV. - lTae uin-elt w^tla* coming -m-saioii of parliament^sou.