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ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1889.
DR.D. J. KCDOHKLD
ttUKUEOXDENTIST,^owes ovu JOB. rrruut it*..
F.L. ST. JBAN. A.B., M.D., CM.
DSecond street. St. Jean Hulkllng-^OOW ou Klr^t Ht.. In Hi. Jean Huildluc.^Hour*. ^to I. A. M.. ^ toaaad 7 tor P.M.
pphlic,con^^vey A M'KK,
Attorneyal Ij^w.^ontcein Uarretl ^ Jacky's Muck. Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana.
T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law.
PracticesIn all of the State and I'nitcd States^court*. Collect l^n^ promptly ma^le. Sian-lal at^^tention giveu to Mining Properties and Mining^Istw. Heal Kslate, l^ians and lusuranee. Pro|^-^erty Rented and Kent* Collected. I Itnee rooms^s aud 4 Mattie Hl.sk, corner of Plrst anil Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont.
CHRISMAN.D. D. S.
NOUSE FOR JUMPERS I
GorernorToole Declines to Recognize^toe Republican House.
WTW.Plrat Street llctwcen Main and Oak.^Anaconda, Montana.
TKKTHKXTHACTKU WITHOUT PAIS^^iy a new MM All classes of Dental Work^executed in first ckiss manner. Artificial^Teeth Without ITatem.
PHYS1VIASA SO SVRUXOS,
MMIn Ilarrelt ^ Jacky blook. Meaidenee op^ktcctmd street west, opposite Montana Hotel.^Culls nrotaptly attended to. Graduate of St.^Ixiuis Medical College.
DRS.MITCHELL A SNYDER,^HNHCONDH HOSP1TKL.
(Nextto Montana Hotel.)^ANACONDA- MONTANA
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
FITZPATltlVK^t ASFLIN9.'^REAL ESTATE ^ INSURANCE ACTS.
MillingBrokers,Colle^ loisaud CoiiverkiMrrh.^ANACONDA -^ MONTANA
Huusiager,Barrett A Burnett,
Wholesaleand Retail Butchers.
FaintlySupplies a Specialty.^All Orders Delivered Free of t'karife.^MMM on First Strict- - Anaionoa
MABBB A SPECIALTY OFFIS^ C1UA ItS
MMMMMlimi'dktkii anii kkv w kmt.
An.acoo.la, - Montana.
PlaningMill Fast End of Town.
MISSH. V. WHITE
Hasa Full anil Complete Line of
Tm-tr Chaplain Ha* Dwwrtnl Them and^Will Kealga MU Position The House^Klet-ta I'srumsml Officer* ami^iii Heady for HmIhw.
Kp.-.illto the Standard.
Hi'.i.kxa,Nov. 25.--The flay lias Isftuli--^voi.l of any very exciting Hidden ta ami^the situation apparently rt'inallia un^^changed. The dciuocrula still maintain^their vantage ami arc full of MmMMWX^Messrs. lioltcr, Hcardiiinn ami Harring^^ton, tin- three republicans appointed to^wait ii|m^ii the governor ami inform him^that tin- rump house whs ready for buai-^neas. called tin his excellency at his olllee^this morning. Governor TwMM MMM^them with the Utinont courteay, ImiI frankly^tohl them he could give them no ollleial^rccognizi lion.
Theli-.use met this nioiTiiiiK. Chaplain^Hawkins was not present, hut it was un-^nounc-d that In- was MMM on the nest^train. a^MMMMM iMMMj of Deer^Ltalge. who was absent on Saturday, pre^^sent. -.1 hia credentials, upon which the^committee reported favorably. He was^then sworn in by County Attorney Nolan.^A recess of :*^ minutes was taken to en^^able tlie committee on poruiniiciii organ^^ization to complete its report. I )n reas^^sembling that committee recommended^the appointment of all the temporary of-^fleers to be the |M^rn)ahcllt olliccrs^of the house. The rc|Mirt waa^adopted, ami tin' election of all MM MMM^unanimous. Speaker HI ikely hriclly^thanked the house for tin* honor conferred^upon him. The secretary of state was^taken to task for u.-glcctilig to furnish the^MMMMM with stationery supplies, ami a^committee consisting of Messrs. Wallace,^Clark and Burns was appointed to wait on^him ami demand the supplies. Messrs.^Pool. Wallace ami Whalcy were appointed^a committee to wait on tin1 governor and^inform MM that the house was organized^and ready for btisincaa. Messrs. Harrows,^Condy and Toole were appointed a com^^mittee on nilcs. All the olliccrs of the^house were sworn in by County Attorney^I Nolan, to whom a vote of thanks was t x-^I tended for his services. A mileage com^^mittee was appointed consisting of^Messrs. Penrose. HuiiiImt and Higgina.
Atthe ufl.rii.siu session the committee^appointed to wait oil the governor report^^ed that they had otlieially uotilicd hia ex^^cellency of the organization of the house,^and he hail slated to them that as soon as^he received notification of the organiza^^tion of tin- senate he would MMMMM^with the legislature in his otticial capacity.^'1 he committee instructed to interview the^secretary of the state rc|s^rtcd that that^MMMMM had told them there was no^law MMMMMMJI MM to MMMMM supplies^for the house.Accordingly Messrs.
Hcach,Hay and HuiiiImt were appointed^a committee to purchase MM^supplies. The house tlien adjourned^tinlii to-morrow at Ida. Ma
position,it la said, that lie cannot^siune to set in judgment as to which ia the^legal house of cpreaent*i11v^*s. ami to pr^*-^retit himself and tile respectable Intdy of^christian-, to whom lie niillialera from lad^^ing brought into disrepute, lie must de^^cline the position.
NmOunniHi In the Nrnatr.
Hisetiil to the HMM
Hki.f.ma,Nov. l'o. Lieutenant Coventor^Itickards ami the eight republican s,*tia-^tors met this morning at 10 o'chs-k. No^quorum la-ing present a recess was taken^untilo'clock. At that hour they again^met, but again there was no quorum. TIM^is'publii'aus, however, went into what^they called an ^executive* session.^ They^will meet again to-morrow.
1he MMMlk repis'scutives had a^long caucus this afternoon to ilee.de upon^their course of action. They di-cliuo to^give the re-lilt of their ilelilM l .itioli~ to the^n-porti-rs any further than to say that^they are coming out all right.
BURGLARA I.it tie BMM
Tlieriest Kvor ^ MVereil^in Anaonntla.
ALLKI N I^S OF STAMI'INtS NFATI.Y DWXB.^ANAi'ONIIA, Montana.
te GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
MMKS. ItAMSKV.^ANACONDA, ML
mks.e. It. waiiken, Prop.
EASTSECOND-ST., - Anaconda, Montana
CIGARS. TOBACCOS, ETC.^Postofflee Newz Stand.^ANACONDA .... MONTANA.
Offersto make up SUITS in the i tft*m^LATEST BEST 8 i Y LES at ifgH
1IU)NT-ST.. - - ANAOiMlA. MONT.
CENTRAL^ MARKET I
WHOUtDAUAND KKT ail
TheOnly First-Cttuui Family Market^in the City.
Hp.-ei.ilto the Standard.
HKi.kna,Nov. ;.'^. Tile house that Wil^^liam M. Jack built, met al 'J o'i'l^h-k this^afternoon. A new wood pile hail Im-cii^erected near tlie door, ami a big lux of^coal sto. si just within the MMM 1 he^watchmen had two stoves roaring ami the^place looked a little MMM habitable. The^rump speaker culled for Itev. C. H. Allen,^a MMM clergy man of this city, who was I^appointed chaplain last Saturday, to I^come forward and pray. To the MM|^of the ruu,|M'rs Mr. Allen MM^not pn sent, and a rumor prevailed^that he MMMMMl to serve such^a house. ^^ii motion of Mr. Uray,^of Silver How. MM MMM was^instructed to appoint a committee of one^to wait upon Mi, Allen otlieially ami^learn his intentions. Tlie s|M-akcr said^Mr. ltolicrts, of Silver How, was ihc gen^^tleman who had pin Kev. Mr. Allen in^nomination, an I to Mr. MMMS there^^fore, was assigned the delicate duty of^calling on the minister and imploring him^to come down ami pray for them. Tin*^committee on rules presented a set, the^consideration of which was made a special^order for to-morrow at - p Ma The com^^mittee oil credentials presented a report,^which was adopted, seating :ti) republ -^cans, including the six from Silver How.^The committee which waited on the gov^^ernor preaeliteil this report.
TheMMWalgned, the committee ap|siint^sl 1^^^your honorable btaty to Inform the governor of^the stale of Montana that the house a] represent^^atives of the legislaliue wwMtf wm in MM^and hail duly ortiani/eU and ^as reaily to receive^any communications which he niiKiil he pleased^to make, have diacharged their duty this M. He^lufornitsl us that MMM as he had oaiMMMMl^ill a proclamation a place where the house of^representatives was to meet, he could ImM no^oilteial cnnimumralmii with your honorable Ixsly^al present.
Thisreport was referred to a committee^of seven, namely: Bumpers Holter, Nor^^ton, SmMMM, HMkMPi Wain-. Ulair^ana Newcomer. Mr. Heardmau then of^^fered this reaolutioti:
fftWrol,Tluit the house of representatives^priM-ecd with reKiilar BMiMM so far as it is ui^its |s^^ er to do so, wilhoiil present aMMMUUea.^twins from the uovernor, and will await siieli^i-oinmuiucatiou whenever il khall he Ins pleasure^to transmit the same.
Thisresolution waa also referred to the^committee of seven.
Thesecommittees were ap|M^mtisl: 1 o
rrocuavsuitable rooms, Messrs. t.oodwlM,^ory Jhtl Lockruy; on mileage. M^-~sr^.^Katou. Hastie ami Wing; to confer with^the senate Messrs. Watte, Holmall and^Loud. A. C. Smith, of I)e. r Lislge . .unity,^waa uppoiuted assistant to the chief clerk.^The rum per* th^n adjourned to - p. m. t*s^morrow.
Itia h'arued to-night that licv.^Mr.Allenrefuses t^^ a^-t
as chaplain for the MWMI^and has written a letter of ihs luiatioii,^which will Ik-sent to them to-morrow. Mr.^considers it MMWMM l^ tin gi ti-^tt who tendered him the posit.on to^say anything to the MMMMM to-night- He^prcfera to communicate with the gciith--^tne-11 MMMM through the regular chan^^nel of correspondence. An liitimati- frh ml^of Mr. Allen, however, iuforiu.'l the^Stamiakii eorres|M^ii^leiit that Mr. Allen^had made up hia mind to decline, and hia^j decision waa irrevocable. He takt^ the
neeAImiiii i^and Maiden.
OMASA,Nov. 2d. C. Slieekler is a gay^deceiver as well aa a burglar. Some time^ago In- won the UiTcclioua of pretty Alice^Hastings. It waa the same old story^love, trust anil la-trayal. He Dually in^^duced the girl to leave Kearney, Neb., and^travel with him as his wife. They came^to t luiaha. but hardly had In- set f.Mit on^Ihc MMM block MMMMMl mini the lly^^ ops had a description of him and in^^structions to arrest him on ^sight. It was^not on th^* charge of elopement, however,^but a more serious MM of burglary. Hcforc^leavitig Kearney Slieekler helped bittMMx1^to another man's gisal*,, breaking in a^house to do so. 'I^he detectives Ittiully got^on hi- trail ami he was MMMmI by^Vaughn. He made several desperate^lights on his way to Ihc station and Dually^siiecccded iii breaking away from the of-^tleer and making go.sl Ml MMMM, t he^telegraph, however, MMM Hie iiifoi-ma-^tiou to police MMMMrtM yesterday that^Slieekler was arrested ill Nebraska City^Thursday night. I^etcctivc Vaughn in d^-^scribing Miss Hastings says that she is n^|m-rfect little la-auty and has la-eu terribly^wronged by the mall. W hile they lived^together aa man anil wife, Slu-^-kh-r sule^jci-ted her toall sorts of ahu-.es and final^^ly desert.*! her |M-tiuilesa in this city. The
Isdie.-,however, have taken care of her^^ut refuse to divulge her present MMM^MM is but ix MMM ^^f age ami formerly^lived ill the Indian territory.
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TlifMl. I..oil* Kidliapplnir fuse.^St. I.iii is, NiivJI. Alice .laekmau, tin-^Ill-year oil I heiress who was kidnapped in^front of W. H. BmmN1 Iioii . and taken^to tin- mm of the QmI Shepheiil, and^mm spiriteil a way, is in the house of^the same MMM al Normandy. Ihiriug her^removal she did not MMMMM or MMMM,^She entered and left MMftafi without^the slightest objection. Although the Sis^^ters of the House of Mm ti.MMl Shepherd^claim M r. Spink placed the girl in the insti-^tution, Mr. 1'aylor.who has no knowledge^of lu-r where id .iits, says that if either of^the Spinka, Charles C^ his aott-iit-law,^or A. H., th.- mmv ^f his son-in-law.^placed Alie.- IMM M* had anything to do^wit biter kidnapping they m-vcr acquaint^^ed bim with the facts ami acted without^his knovvleiljj,-^^r consent. Mr. Ilroiithers^and Mr. ICstes, his attorney, an' very^MMtM MRMi over the girl's absence,^anil have iIctcrminc.l to make every en^^deavor to regain ponae ^ ion at her. The^law against kidnapping in this state pr^ -^vides a punishment ^^f MMMMMMMCm in^the iM iiiteiitary lor a term not exceeding^In y.iiN.
UNCLESAM'S BIG MAILS
Whatthe Serrice Costs ltd Where the^Appropriations Went
lti-r^ptt^^t laa th*^ \iiuil^i^i-iir l*^^Mt^^fll^-^-^ I^^ *^liitf- MM I'm,-I KIoi mI V*itr V Htill^I Mi^tr*r lnrr^^HM^ tlx |irt t -^*^^l N. *| Vi*Hr
WlMUM.TUN, Nov. ^_';^. Second Assist- I
nutrMMMMOMMkl VVhitll-M in his |^annual r. port shows tin- annual rule of '^exi eiiditure for the star route service to^June i shu. was #.^^,_-^^.1^7; the uilllllM-r^of routes la.nrr. ami the aggregate length^MAWU. TM appropriation for th^* last lls-^i-al year was ^x^.4 ^^,i^^'. and the sum ex-^MMMM I7.*,l!^.^^. The report -a^ s t lu re-^fore u |a decidedly an improvement. The^coiii|h t.tioii has become very close, and^awards h.iv. fie.pieiitly |M en made al a^rate so low as to prevent sub-letting at a^MMM. The bidder then wilfully fails to^assume the service, trusting in adjust^^ment with tin- department to dismiss^or in some way compromise the finan^^cial loss and thereby MMMMM^^lily avoid tin* pi-u.il.ies prcs.-rita-d.^Since Is-giuiiiug the MMMM contract^term, .buy i, UMa, such bidders hive
CHAULKSTON,W*. V^^ Nov -J.'i. ^llevil^A use^ Hatfield, of Logan comity, of whom ,^so tmii'h has been said ami written, ar^^rived in Charleston last night anil was^taken in charge by the I'nitcd States an- ,^MMMM This MMMM he was tried^anil aeipiitteil in the 1'tlitcd States court^on the charge of violating the internal^MMMM laws. Judge MMtaoa, of the^I'uil.sl States court, guaranteed that In^MMM not be MMMM route to his ,^mountain home mid In* started for there '^to-night. A conspiracy was uu.-artlied 1^during the trial showing that he was to^1m* inflicted in the federal court so as to i^gel him to i 'harh'st'iu, when- he could la*^arrested and taken |o Kentucky and^turned over to that state. He and his^friends MMV all heavily armed and thns-^deputy marshals accompanied the party^te whets- they left tin- rail. 1'ive or six of^his rel.itivea accompani. d him to Charles^^ton to see that he had a ^^fair shake.^^This was the first time ^Aiikc^ was ever^arrested, although many murders are^charip-d to his account in connection with^the famous Hat tichl-Mct oy feud.
lloulileMurder In I tali.
SaltLakk, L'.V Saturday evening at^Matiti. San IN-le county, in a dispute over^a game ^^f pool, Parlore MeFarlane shot^ami killed William Hansen, of Kansas^City, and W. (.. (olding. of Salt Lake.^Hansen lived about an hour after the^shiMititig and ttohbng d:.*^l this morning.^They both Is-loiig to the Hio (tramle sur^^veying party. A posse i, out butitilMJ for
failedin unprecedented miiiila-r and t h^^seriousness of the matterik-nuiiiMla prompt j^ami elbs-tual mcasuri-s. t niiirneler. woo^have made low MMi frispicully awanl the^ai-rvi. e to MMMMrMi w h.^ umli-rt.ik*' ]^it at i ui.*i.uis rati-s and without elllcieti*. '^eipiipiiicnt, iimI this MatMl in many MM |^is a cor..-sp.^iuliugly pOMtT s^-rvi^-e, l.-.i.luig, i^fre^|uciilly, to persist. :ii etl'orls ley sun- I^contracioi-s t.^ ta-iter their comhtioii by I^application lor an MMM in the fre^^quency ,,| tin* trips, change ,^f roiiti-,^sen. .one. MS) MMMM solely for tin- Im iic- i^lit ..I' Hie coi-ti-uetor or mMMMmM and ^^^ lot in the interests of ihc |n*o|itc. Many I^ilisiaii^*es came to the knowledge of the I^otli.-c a-Mere ih-bmpum-ii-s mm M re^^port.-il by tin- postiiiiisti-r MMt M a ih-^su-e toa.l.l no more to the already heavy '
IIn- report rei-oiiuii'-u.ls the apiioint-^m.-nt ..f a tMMMHOM to i*ar^*ftilly eon- i^si.h r the matter,in.l re. .niiii,nd . n.iugi-s.^The appropriation for tlie sic.imli-sit ser^^vice tor the current llsc.il year was *l.'^l,-^ffcHt. arhUe tlie amount ncee-sary was^9AC2^*UUII. Tile ffetieral lemli-ney, however,^is toward a decrease of sti-auilaMl service.^The rapidly iin-r.-aaiug railroad facilities^are hav ing mudi loilo v\ ,th th.s, 'I he an^^nual rati- of i-xpen.Iitui c for railroad^transportation is Sl'.i.t 1 l.ir.r., the iiiiuiImt^ot r..utes *J,l.l.t, the ag^l^-|twle length l.iO.-^BH miles. 1 ne amount climated as lie. -^i-s-.u-y for the current llscal year is ^,-^lAJU.lAJtA,
Ili st Assistant I' i-liua-1^ r ( .eiier.d^f'l.u-Kson m his MMMMl report show - thi-^w hole iiumlM-r of |h^stottie.*s on .bine .1.1,^Lss i, was MViMNk an inen .ee of l.i.J.lov. r^the previous year. '1 he iiiiiiiIh-i-ot presi^^dential ollh-cs was *_',.~^sl. an iutcn MM of^IMJ over Mm previous year. I'ln app.iut-^ita-lil-* to Viiriilli'lei, i*.iilscil by rclii.il al^^tar tno year a.aling June :ki. Isms, wa-^i._'14 ; and lor tlie y,-.,r MMM Ml^Issil, was rjiNh 1'he MMOtbM of M ^n. y^ordt r olli.-.-s in op. i-ation at the close of^tin- BmmM year MMI BV-ftML an iiicr^ asi*^4W There w is 4o| fi-t c delivery ollic^an MMMMM o| 4 ^, and up to bOVMMtkM
,.k* more liavi* KMMM added. Tin* supcr-^IMMMMMl of the free delivery service
'itnimciiits it. extension to all placca
ivlnriihue .i popipatioti a^*^'or.luig to the
l:|st general -tale or fisleral census, of
.tail,the MMMBM of which pr.slu. ed a^(..i-osm ri'vi'iuie for the pi-. , ,'iiiug banal^1 year of ,,l h a-l MJgOVA I In- would i-iii-^bracc all import.ml MaMuBMM '^^ the^MMMl i-iass. 'I In* appropriation for this^, si-rvii-i- for the pis-sent mmm| yatar tWMlJM*^utm. and the a stiui.it^- for the next MM^yi-ar is Jfr,u^.,.^,4.'si, a large inert a.e iu the
IIIIII|Im-|-ot olllee-. Ilelllg ^-x|m-cleil after^' the CellsUs of tS'M |s colllfilcte.l.
NEW NATIONAL BANKS.
laereaaela Ilia MjMMM Itarlag lite Vnar^Mwma ytaaite-rl legislation.
Wahhimutos,Not. 'Jf^. Tlw f^irttM-oiii-^ing n-fsirt of Comptroller of Currem-y^Lacey MMMM the year ^-tMhil ^ ^^-tober .tl,^lio^!^, at which time there were in existenee^:t.:tp^ National banks, the largest iiuiiiImt^since tlie inauguration of the syaU-m.^Tla-ae associutiona |mm*s^-sm an aggregate^capital of f .jn.l 71.The last rc-M.rta of^their condition exhibit their MMMM anil^liabilities Scptcmla-rIBM MMMfM
|hrtitig at that time was :t,'JJllli. Tin* aune I^inury of th.s.- reports hIhiwa a capital of j^;..|_'..'Vs4.ir.i.'.. surplus #pi7.:^^4.7iil, undivided |^lirottts *sl.siHi.Mi'i, er .as ih-|MM-ils, iticluil-^ing amounts due Kinks, 4tl .ts^^0.!^.k'.. Ilio,^MMM and discounts ^^l.s^ia.7.l.i.7'!!i. all of^which items show uu increase over any^MMMM MMM,. 1 he amount in circula^^tion ami outstanding is tJ^^l,^'*\J.7rj, of^which $l:tl.:-M:V^M ia secured by Tinted^^tates Is.nds ami tin- remainder.
-,'_'.represented by a dl'|.osit
oflawful money iu the treasury.^These lianks held #P^J.^r.T.-i.^! in l intel^Stales Is.nds. of which *14-^..471,7'm were to^secure circulating notes.'.J^..44'i of
s|a-eieand tMH.7N*j,OtK1 of legal lender^notes. Within the year I'll banks weie^ori/aui/.sl. having an uggregao- capital of^s'-'l.-^P.tiln. I hirty-six of tie- new banks^wore orgttii/c.l in Texas, the btTMM iiuin-^ls-r in any one state. Within the year 41^I..inks wi-iil into voluntary li.pnd itn.u^and only two faded, leaving net additions^to the s\stem of P-s, us ugaitisi last^year. Not hm-ithatnn^HtnM this increase,^says the cmplr* ^lh^r. thi- systi-m has nut
kept|MiCC With til,* needs of till- p.s.|.h- for
incrcasislts-inkitig facilities. 'The grow-^utg teiiileiu*y t.i im*..r|Mirate uitil* r the^MMMMM of MM sevi-ral states is not attrib^^utable to any change in tin- law atr^s-liug^cither national or state institutions, l,ut is^| charged directly tn the fact, MM thi'^comptrolhT.th.it no pr^.lit rc-ults tolmnks^, hy MMMMM of the dc-Misit of MM MMi thc^I MM MtT circulating notes. It is Is-h. ved,^j in fact, he says, that actual laM r. -nils in^' many we-.tern stiiies and territories where^I interest is lughc-t and iKiuking fa**tliti**s^I most MMCMd. H isileemi-.l eer ain by tla*^I comptroller that tin- withdrawal of bonds^' held iii excess of MMMM MMMMM^, a ill continue so long as the present MM^! ditioiis exist, and that h-gislation is ncc.-s-^| sary |M pn-vent a MMMMM **f national^| bank MMMf.
INTHE WILDS OF AFRICA
StanleyDescribes Incidents of His Trip^Across the Dark Continent
ZOLA'S ^HUMAN BRUTE.
IIs kola's s^pc^.ii.I Menalor.
Bls.MWt. K. Nov. mJ~^. Lyman IL Casey I^was elected I'nitcd States senator to-night,^being the tenth ballot taken on second |^senator. The vote stood ij fiirCiise) anil i^for Johnson, with other voti-s aeatt.TisI I^among the candidates. lie fore the vote j^was announced votes were changed to !^Casey until fie had IB, Cuscy was ^^-- ^^eorti-d to tin- hall ami mmmm the mm' i^tioti ill a neat -pee. h.
tloo-lutc House t. , i-liangea.
lliisTo.N,Nov. ^5. ^The table comp led^from the dispatches from the lea.lint, i^clearing le .uses of the I' n iteil States sh ^a s
MMtotal gross exchanges f^^r the Week j
endedNovciiiImt 28, were $l,^!'.l,iits'i,Jl'.'.i. an I^increase of IU Ii |mt ei'llt as compared I^wtth the coi ros|^oinllliif week of last year.
SaltLakk, Nov. ^1. Arguments were^heart I m the Mormon investigation ...-^^^to .lay ami JmMm MMM then took the^case under advisement, lie released I'.-n-^rt.se from the pcuitentiurjr to-tlay.
lit*nifM-mtlrI ..itu. .---i.oetI i MMMA
W\ -iii Mi i on, Nov. Mi -The deiiKs-ratic^coiigreaKtueii deciilisl to hohl a eaUCUa to^nominate house officers Friday night.
IronWorks llamuite,! liy VMM
NkwVukk, Nov. 25.^The tits-la iron^works at Williamsburg were damaged to^the exU nt of f J.Vi,i^jo hy tire lo-uighl.
1'elislnM^ no ot- .oi.l .4|.|m^.iI.,
Wvstiim.'hin. Nov. 2a. Assist.uu Secre^^tary of the biu-rior Husscy, iu his annual^report of the o|m-i-.ttioiis of his office, in^the at I judication of pension claims t hat MM
MMMAMMMMM tlecisious of the cr.llllllis.
sionerof pension-, s;iys that out of-S,2ss^appeals op file l.itss w'ere cousiclereil and^tlisposctl of, It-aviug l.'mii ap|M*abal cases^IM'iuling July 1. MM* y,|r, MMMMM MMI^^Much tune has bM atiplietl to the exaiu-^inatioii of uiotiotis Ml- d by claimants and^their attorneys for the c.msitlcratioii of^appeal- that have been adversely adju^^dicated by my predecessors. In many in^^stances these motions acts* given apacMj^attention. imcMIIM they ralatt-tl to cases .^f^law. of fnct and ..f practice, that seemed^to re.pure immediate a.-tioii ami iu MM^not only that justice uui;lit Im- tl.ctt- to^claimants, but that the judgment of this^.h-parttin-111 m ght Im- promptly staled with^MMM to a large class of claims that^have la-en uiiiieces-arily rejected. As a^result of thi- course, a iiuiiiImt of MMJMM^^ant ftlHaat have Im-cii made with a view to^broatlcniiig departmental operations ,,f^law applicable to miiiicrous im-ritorioiis^claimant-, whose applications for |m-ii-^siotis have Im-cii unjustly denied, partly^liecaiise barred through the technicalities^ami the narrow MMMM of MMMMMMM^rights.
Makes an Immense I'oroar In I'arla^aotl a II Heal of %%'ratli.
I'akin,N..r. V.%. Tin- sensation of the^iiiomt-ul is the publication of the opening^chapter- of Kmile Zola's new MMM, ^La^llcto Hmnuiiie*' .^The Human Hrut.-^i.^which has so motiofMtliacd interest that^little attention has Im en paid to half a^MMM ^f the llrst mMMMMM of new^plays tluriiii; tie- wt-ck. This uovt-|. for^which the great |*rirtruycr of the tl.irk^amI re|M*llatit side of human nature has^MMM making s|M-cial stiitbes for five years,^ippt-ai-s in I.n I i#' I'ofni/.Mrr, ami the llrst^itnmrtcea bare had tl..- prodii;ions aale of
'J'.'l.tKIUcopies, a result .itt.iint'tl as much
l%yIngenious atlvertisPiif aa by ita literary^attrat t iv eui'ss. IC.-irly ill tin* week 11 ParM^was borrillc.l in Itn.hiig t-\cry wall where^bill sticking is |iermissili|e pl iear'.lcd a-ith^bbtroMM an.I rt-pulsiv'e picture-,illustrating^brutally aMMMaMlfM incideiils in Mm story.^There were miles of these pi icartls, and^the 111.1 of' i.iti. -ii of i, MMM class . .f I 'ari-ialis
knew tlo bflMMi w lletl they found /.oi l's
indaciouslib. rtineaue thru ! under the^verv no-..--, of their wives and children,
M./.ola amioiitiet-.l -..me mouth- ago^that this novel would Is- the greatest sur^^prise of any m his long serie-. So many^serious i*.implaints Lave Im-cii made that^/.ola has issued ii characteristic letter, de^^fending himself and placim. the entire^re-p. .tisiliility on the publishers, whose^side is not heard. It is tbouirht that the
extremelicense of tile sf.iry, as evlll^ need
bythe pictured advertisements.will tin.illy^alienate the strictly literary class from^/...la.e'ttnl a-dl do MMMM damage to his^candidature foe Mm Academy.
ruiil.hmoilthat Maa Kalian mi MTMMM^to t'n.In Mey'a IftormHiml strvg-^glea Will, Ik, MMMMsM^Mia Way MM
LoVMBM,Nov. 25. A lettiTfr-.m Stanley^date,I South Kntl, Victoria Nyaaa, Se|-^tember 3rd, s.,ys in part: ^It is hmusing^to I.Mtk ha. k ami note how pun stimeiit^has fallen on the relasls of ti e Kmin gov-^MMMt 'Traitors within the camp ami^traitors without were watehetl and tha^most active cotispiratora discovered, triad^ami hanged. Traitors without fell foul of^one another ami ruined themselves. Par^away our own |w-ople, tempted hy their ex^^treme wretchedness, sold our ri flea^ami ammunition to our natural cm-mica,^the Moftyema, the slave traders' trim^friends, without the least grace of either^Isshes or souls. Since that time of anx^^iety an I unhappy outl.Mik 1 have Is-eu at^the fM.iiit of death from ilreatlful illncaa.^i Little by little I leathered strength, and^I finally gave orders for the march for^; home. Discovery after discovery in thia^| Wonderful region was made, until at last^' we came to a church wteste cross ilciiiMTn-^! inatttl a christian settlement and^I we km w we hail readied ihc oiitskirta of^MM^eM I ItiMMtlina
Mackitiman,. hairman of the Rniln res^I lief committee, also MMMM a letter MM^Stanley tlat'sl August .*^, in which Stanley,^after describing how he hunted up tho^missuiar rear column, cotitiimea: ^Tha^learcohimu was m a deplorable state.^| i Iut ..f KM iiiciiiIm-i-s rt-maitiiug, 1 .!oobt*d^i w hetber lilty irnnid live to reach the lake,^i but having a large number of eunvaaa^g.MMts the sick men were irans|a^rted Iu^such siii.s.th ami exiaslitiotis manner^lli.it there wen- remarkably few casual^^ties in tie- MMM ^^f the n-ar column.^Hut tin- old natives, having lefa-utcdly de^^feated the I garrowwa raiders ami^hy this discovered the extent of^their own strength, gave considera^^ble trouble ami inflicted consider^^able loss among our Is-st men who^hail always to ts ar the brunt of the tight^and fatigue of marching. When progress^by river Is .-am.' i.s^ difficult an order to^cast oil tin- MMMMM was given. This waa^four days' journey MMMM I'garrowwa sta^^tion, or about Ml mMmmMMM Ha nay a, a nil^we decided to try the north bank of tho^Itura river, although we should have to^traverse for some days thetlcs|aklled lalida^which had la-en the common tenter for^the I'garrowwaa ami Kilotigalaugas lunula^of raiders. We were alarm! lui miles from^grass laud w hich niamed up proapMMI ^f^future feists of Is-. f, veal ami MMMMM and^a aleasmg variety of vegetables as well aa^oil and butler for c.m.king.
Hetells of the severe struggles hail for^several days Willi the Wauitsilti dwarfa^mill many other dangers encountered by^the cxpishtfoti, mill Hie tale' of alteruatiiig^pr.valious with plenty ami fighting ia ex^^tremely interesting. Stanley tells alaiut^^ he terrible time with smallpox among tla*^Motiy. ma. The morUility was great, till^i-eai lung the village called llmlikuui, a^large pi iil'atioil of baualiaa ami plautaiiaa^was fonntl ami after a severe starvation^during 14 days, the party gorged them-^selves to such an excess th.it many tliisl^ami many of them were incapable for^^Inly for some lime.
Affairsaf tlie Postal lle|iartmenl.
Wasiiimi.tiin, Nov. '_'.^.. 'The assistant
attorneyMMMMMl for the MMMtBh'fi.irt-
iiient.iii bia atuiual report recommends,^among other things, a radical change iu^the law concerning obscene MMIMMfl^and publications ao as to bring all filthy^and indecent publication found iu the^mails, whether published or pretended to^Is- pulilishtsl in the interest of MMMM M^not. within the seo|a- of the law.
Theanimal rc|M^rt of superintendent^Mclloliiilil of tin- money or.l.-r ilcpartuieiit^shows total gross revenues of $7s7,sn4.^There remains a net loss for the fiscal^year of J*,lL's, so the system MM nearly^sclf-siist.lining. 'The report shows ., fall^^ing ..If of tVYJ.JiS ill Is.st.ll noti-s Is-ued^during the year, as compared with the^year Is fore.
Wli.ilt-salel.r.m-rry House ll.iine.l.
Pn11,vio i.rill v. Nov. Nov. ^J... The^whole-.tl. gr.m-.-ry house of Jaini. y A An-^tlrews liiirue.l this moriiuig.causing a loss^of f.'.Vi.ini. Huruiiig fs-pia-r ami mustard^scut up funics which greatly interfered^with the work of the llreiiiell ami live of^them are iu the hospital. Is nig trt att-d for^partial l.biidii. sj.. During the fire one of^the walls fell catching eight MMt.
!Jaa Met lien was fatally injured, a id an^^other man had his arm broken, while the^remainder ^-^ aped with -light injuries. A^wool warehouse next iltair sustained M
|-id.-rablc damage by water.
THECASE NEARLY ENDED.
4losing tile ^-*.^ l-leiie-* far Hie llefansa la^Ilia 4 riMitn t'ase.
ClIlt'At.o.Nov. 25. \\ h.-n the ( rollin^case was called tilts MMMlMjM, Nlilkiuaii^Mertea, who had tcatitltsl f. ,r the prosecu^^tion,was recalled by the llefcllse. He went^over thi- testimony again and also testified^as to the coiivcrantinn with the inlicciimn^a. lay or so after the Is sly was discovered.^The witness told tin- ollleer he saw a bay^horse with a w hite face stop in front of^the ( arlsoii cottage and saw ii tall man get^tint and go into the cottage. He admitted
lietohl the ottle.t. h.'.ll.lllot kll'.W wll.lt
.layhe MM the horse and buggy drive up.^J. W. T'r.ilick employed deft aidant KttM^from April J'-th UtltilJuWi Mtb, The day^of hi- in ri-st he MM MMMM worked as^usual.
Thetestimany of several witnesses was^then taken to contradict tin* iriMMM^given oy Carlst.u to tin* i'lTii't that oil a^certain time ion March 17 he heard Iturkc^tell O'Sullivau that he bad rented the^cottage. The testimony was t^^ the elTect^that ^ I'Siillivau was several miles from^Lik.vicw.it the time mentioned. 'Two^more witnesses were examined, after^which an adjournment was taken, the^slate's attorney prom sing to conclude the^rebuttal testimony to-morrow.
I.ImIi.is Insane to linn Hunted.
Bxai^kftMiT, Idaho. Nov. ^JT^. Tlie terri^^torial asylum was hurtled this morning.^Fifty-seven tint of i.7^ inmates were re a^i in-.I. 'Two men and two women ara^known to have pcriabetl, a...I four are yet^missing and siip|mmm-^I to have Ist'lt^burned. The buildings w as partially. and^the contests totally destroy. .I. The 1.sta^is A4UU,UUII.
MMMlfttr It..1,1.ei y.^Mii.wai kkk, Nov. '_'^^^. S^'vi'ral inoiitlaa^ago the Iron Exchange bank at Hurley^was MMMM of OBMM put into ita vault hy^MM MMMM mmi company. Yeator-^^ lay Assistant Cashier Perrin, ulid a man^named Maker, from IroiiwtMal, together^with a woman, were arrested ill conneo-^M with the robin-ry. Perrin ilenieM^being eoiicermsl in the robbery.
HeldI'p a Train.
Kas\sCitv. Nov. 25. The north MMMMl^Isisseuger tram oil the Misaouri, Kansas^A Texas was held up lust night near Perry-^station, Imliai Territory. Th^ i'xpresa^and mail car w.i- rolilasl but the passen^^gers were not molested. 'The extruor-^ilmary b.Illness ami skill indicating the^work of professionals. 'The express ear^MMM inMMd nl* anil.Onn The loM will fall^on the PaciHc expn'sa conifiaiiy.
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HankerMMMMMl Willi Missing.
NkwVukk, Nov. 25. - Hanker MMMM^who did business at Canal ami lloitcry^streets, and who s charge.I with havll g^run ..If w ith his tlcfMisitor's money, is still^missing. This morning, despite the^dowu-|MMiring rain, a crowd of cxcittsl^tieruiaiis, Norwegians and I lanes congre^^gated in front of tia- bank'ug lion-,-. 1 hey^wanted to break in the M ^r of the desert^^ed Isiuk but w. rc prevented by the police.
Iin.oi MMk MMMM^llosroM, Nov. 27^. 'The statement of the^DMM Pacific for I M-tolaT shows the ft^l-^lowilig increases over th*' same mouth^MM yar: Earnings, 4tl.-v-^H,tXA^; exp^'l^aea,^nifJHLMOl aurplus, 11MMMIl Por ten^mouths ending t Ico'kt the earnings show^an increase of $4^V^.45M antl a surplus of^IKM.1,147, ami ^-X|s'iisi's a ihsTea.se of 4^-lor,-
Iy nt lisJ i
lloi'ki^ sv I f.l.K, Ky^ Nov. 25. Informa^^tion has la-en rceiveil to the effis't that^Joseph A. Smith, the man who k.Ilctl \V.^C. W illiams, town marshal of Toronto,^two week- ago. was taken from jail at^Idktou, county scat of Todd county, Sat^^urday night by a mob ami hanged to a^tri-c in the court house yard.
FatalKallruad MMMMM^P.iKT W ^v ^'k. Intl., Nov. 2*^. Hy a rnia-^umh'rataiiiling of train unlt rs two freight^trains i n li.lisl on the ^nickel plalc^ near^Arg.st. Iiul., at a late hour Saturday nights^Knginccr Wilson was killed. Pi reman^Pcrctpiay fatally MjHMML anil three othor^train employes seriously injiireiL
tiettlngAfter tha Trusts.
KansasCity, Nov. 25.^The JuursaTi^JefTeraou City, Mo., apertal aoya tbe aecras^tary ^^f state will issue a proclamation d^-^claruig forfeitisl about t,UU) Miaaouri cotfs^porationa which have faded to comply^with the tcniis of the suite anti-trust law*.
AMtutl Farm H
Villky Palls:, Kan.. Nov. 25.^Tb^^stud farm of J. C. Wet later A Co., at^i it. hard Hill, burned yesterday morning,^pour noted stallions, Eveiuuond. PrairiM^Wilkea, ticorgc Larkiu and Weagh^-^lliotlt, were burned to death. Loss $15,UUO.
NkwYt^kk. Nov. 25. ^Tlie weekly hank^statement shows a rrm-rvo increaae otT^#'.i.s\i^^j ami a siss-ie increase of f-4.Vi.tlUu.^I tanks now hohl 4M,4^su,UUO ill MMMM of tha
-4per MMt MMM
TwoIfluudrssJ Miners Keseaatf.
lbklin, Nov. 25.^Two hiiiulr^sj and^fifty miners, who were entombed in a^Banded mine at Keckleiihuuscii, In Weat-^phalia, Priilay last, liaru all tss-n rest ued.
Mr,Hrlrn Alive Again.
Hkki.in.Nov. 25. - The Germani-otuail
atlUMMf MMMMM *bv^ reportof tha
safelyof Dr. Peters.
Ex-MinisterHendtetoa MMM^[MMM Nov. 25. -tieorge Pcudleto%^dictl ut llrussela lust evening.