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VOL LNO ': NAONASMOTAAWIDerD MRNN0 DCR * I d rtounw Ilr
DR. D. J. 3MCDOKXLD
-rr oum AM~ &mom.
fteft - Ames~ 2606M
f. D. WITZ@M"ULD,
FNMO ~ o-st Ammsm O
4*3. P. UROCIMPS
A~sruy at Law.
flIM* t oamfi & Jackys boak. Maim ULrest,
T. O'LER AUttguq .i& Cumnw at Law.
PraoLeve In VA r$be tats ..4 USKe"d ais.
Soon. =6 =#:= a· luuaaPm
ortiltomo and CddkeOd. 4WIM TOOM
3aIrww.ae of P1if a"d Oak
~Lrs AnaoOadL YouL
1. P. CHRISAN., D. D. S.
ees, FarWs mw m Mas mmd
rgETr EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
H. Buse STAPHONS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ANACONDA " MONTAxA
Oses i Barret & Janky block. meeAemie oa
sa ,,hrIeet t, Slt Montan HoteL.
ie Sso ·Yoraduat ot m.
DRS. MITCHELL & SNYDER,
NIRCON DR UHOSPITRL-.
(NWet to Montano Hotel.)
ANACONDA . . . MONTANA
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FITZPATRICK " ASPIINO.
REAL ESTATE " INSURANCE AOTS.
Mlat okerCoect nd Ceamveoyacers.
ANACONDA . . . MONTANA
imasisr, Barrt t kn tt,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
THE OTH ER ONLY
Vro.elasm famlty market i t city. AJI Goodl
L.,kvmed Fra d lVargle.
sbo ti ru n a V es . . . AAxnboAr
ELEGANT FURISHED ROOMS
e'IHA. RRT1 'I$ Prop.
" u. n RIRTI .N .
(oPOnaeIn Tia SANK)
1/AKX A 8PZCIALTY OF FIN OIlOARW
ain.arsiC. IIOsIT AIP eD at R wint.
READ'S DRUG STORE,
,lr,.. . . -r
MRS. D. VILLIAN.
French Nrse and lIdwifl,
Says at lte
PALACE HOTEL, ROOM t7.
rsn al. Fris-st.. Ausoeda, Mms.
MISS H. V. WHITE
Has a tll mad Compalse Use oa
ALL KINDS OF STAMPING NEATLY IM)NL
ANAEO4DA . - - ontana.
T=. GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
ANACONDA M y t R. .MY.
FINE FURNISHED ROOMS
MM3. IL WALEN. Prop.
fIST MUI0-IT., - Ammis, IM t.m.
NERiL & SON .
I, elI ms m . w.,..f
A aNs sar"V O.r NJ cr GOUD FOr
area.. - - - A
Fre Geme, Oysters and Fli,
Liquors. Cgars. Candes. Nuts and
Fruits. utter. Fresh Eggs, asm
.' CQiLtTRY P" RODJCm
-A ar S.L ar
as il lrr,. iaaoa- Mo.
Firste-t., Detwees Oak aad Cherr-.
ALL MalS. s CNTS.ra lactudlum
Turkey. Chicken and Game
Per iamer. vestryaa Udr mand dsea
OPEN SATURDAY DEC. 7.
TO SENATE AND HOUSE
pin it W9 o mf To*i nom
A Altat PVaop WVbbts WIU ISMae9et vwear
Clumem-, on""m or Pabie ltoremst
D a--m9s a" Tsmely SegletOe
Made to 20tles 0 at etleum.
HRuMaAw . De. t7.-GoTveno Toole's
lrot annual smeses e to the state lecala
ture was uMd Ia lha senate and bouse of
reprwnetastves t~oday. Accompanying
the muesge w the followlag conmuni
cation addrl.esd to th· preoident of the
I have the bahom to. trmult herewith a com
munlkmetu requied by the conMSituthm to be
made at the "beg',una of each usesson."
While I have deviated from cunt om in trans
mitting this mesae before your body is organ
aed I hope the Inprte- a of the mibjetts rI
sIdered threIs wll justify a departure in that
resplmt which is lno without great precedents.
The following s the text of the me~
S". +rArli l l. ie l1a. %
To the PRrwdrat of MIs Messg sad the .:y m'ker
of ther Mouse rmstaaýe :
(:onstitutilal goveremient has been
conferred am as and for the nrst time we
undertake the sanagement and control
of our owna .ira. The responlsiility
rests with us..n As in our power to make
this the wie slmte of the unlion or to
hamper as dr it for all tine. In view
of the diftlealltI which have attended the
convening el the Seit legislative assembly
under the sta cnastitutiona, I yield the
opportunit.. wle precedent has establ
lialwl to i in the patriotic senti
mesata wh ic yeb an occasion, under dif
ferent cireasastscees, might inslpire. I
am content to gongratulate you sand the
country upon the acquisition of another
colmonwealth of such magnifient rl
portions ahtn geat pslsbilitieus. Ti
gralkndeur e Veklth wih whkwih protliga
Unature lhas endowd her and the intelli
gene andL apirations of her people
verify nmy rdiction that financially
and polit icji ontana winl he a colusna
of strength la t.he national fabrlc, sup.
porting with sturdy might her share of
the public.bhu.n s and formsing anl ele
ment of natol greatness whicll can but
rehound to the honor and glory of the wRe
public. We Were uniformly prosperous
as a territory amud starting out under such
favorable auspices our progress ought to be
phenomenal. Having full confidelne in
your ability to provide the necesary ma
chinery to put the state gover.mite)t in
operation a-ni betai fully asuur of your
patriotlic ieite .n that respect. I promnise
you my active and cordial co-operation to
In obediencg da constitutional provis
ion I now lny before you such Information
of the state as I posmems, and certain rec
omenemdatioess for your conscideration.
After the payment of all outstandling
claims and isdecbt.lneu. of every char
acter, I think the state will on January 1
ensuing, have a small amount not ex
eeeding $I,tJUO in the treasury. Tbe exact
financial conditiou together with an eti
mate of the amount necessary to defray
all expenmes for the enaulng two years
will he ouresented hereafter.
The penitentiary formerly belongng to
and ulnder the control of the United
States. has now become tle property of
the State. The same with the lands con
nected therewith were t.!anted to the
state by the act p.vidinfr our adnatms
slont into the union. Ua our territorial
organisation the control and manage
mest of this insitution was under the es
elusive juerisdicton of the United States
with whom te territory contracted for
the maintenasse and support of its pri
oners. In proiding fr te change from
territorial to state overnment, no provis
Ion was made to cover the pelo:l
between the date of adnmission
and the time when the ei
Iature ood rprovide fur the proper man
agterent os same. Temna rrly the
United Sates marshal is in ce under
the contract between the territory and the
United Stats. It is therefore important
that you shboukd make early provision for
its govenment gd maintenanee. I there
fore recamndthat a warden he pro
vkdld, who may be authoreied to emnplay
such guards and assistants as you may
deem proper, who shall ave the control
and management of the penitentiary un
der proper restrictions, subject to the
supervislon of the board of state prison
commisnsioners. On the 10th day of t()to
her, A. ). 188, the United States marshal
reported to Governor B. F. White. lrte
governor of Montana Territory, that there
were confined in the peialtelntiary 17. con
viets and that number would be greatly
increased rather than diminished In the
future. The capacity of the penitentiary
is only for 140 persons. It is therefore ap
parent that the present overMrowde- cosn
dition of this institution is a constant
menace to the security of the persons con
fined therein, as well as dangerous, from
a a.litary point of view. The present
United ttate marshal, whose opportu
nities for observation have been superior
to mine, and whose judgment is worthy
of at olree. sent the following
communication toGovernor White: IHere
follows the leter of the marshal on the
Te insane of the state are upported
under a contract between the Terrtory of
Montana and Dr. Mitchell and Muswsin
rod at Warm Springs Deer Lodge county.
at eigbt dollars per week. making an ex
pense to the state of about 7TUUU per an
iutm. The number in iincreasine rapidly.
the last report showing 184 ptients main
tained at publio expense. The mainten
ance of the Insane and the penitentiary
will form the larget items of expensel un
der our ~tate irovemnut. The proper
treatment of tuma unforunates conmmitted
to the asylum at the least posilole ex
peas to the state. calls for the exer.ine of
your best Jodgmnt. I nm not prepared at
this time to my that any new arrava
ments would be advantagenue to the state
or to the persons conflned therisl,. hut in
view of the great and growing exim'ns-. is
that ie.ialf. I urge the nmoat thoroughl in
vestigation of the subject.
IraT a LrzIA.
Section , asrtUle 14 of the eonstitutio)n
matkes it incumbent upon the state to
maittain the militia lby appropriatiksas
from the state treasury. In view of this
provision and thRe st drean wthich this
arluantioln is alteag upon the trta'aury.
it Le es a s question of the graves c.t
oer bhow to eainmatlm he militia so as t,
preserve its ehei euer in ease of dasger.
and at the m sme time reduce the expenlse
to the minimem. I submit that all ma a
rims per d:em mad other extraardinary es
penses nnms he materiall reduced *t not
athig. y dlm. *away wit. Tb.e anual e-,
-M-to .aw pnrvolde for by law may
be i~etcll as a aswof dMpllar U to
M- sand e -n but I enMt nOhUIr
tat teadvantage tot ata ormrmsurw
Wt the mbton inpods. imtob
06 Oa *b-e ---= of -.a -M
ae ab-ut w-emary to the ad
aidntration of its altlr, s oe rmom d
emoamy rmust ht practlmel in evrv y
partent of government. The expcnar
t theb tate militia or natkonal guard, am
far a call he a.eertained for the paot
year, Includirng the bulkling ao an ar'Mwnal.
will amount to $U1.',tt. an inlcreae over
last year of about MOO). I rcomln-nIl
this subjet to your careful ronsok-ratklm.
and aruneftly hope that you nay flnd it
practicable to uraterially reduce the ex
pensro of this organization withlut lni
pairing itl usefulneas. This. it minems to
me, nay he effected in the nanner haov«e
ugLesLted, and by reptealing tlhe law pre
viallrn for manneal encampmeI1nts.
STATK INSTITITIONS AND PURIIIi I BUILD
at eer Lodge anU te armenal now in t!.*
roums of constru.tion at the sert at go -
ernmenat, the state has no lastitutions or
Proviuton however is made t yection
1, article 10 of the constitution for the es
tablisbment and support by the state of
educational, rformaatory and penal insti
tutions, and those for the benefit of the
insane, blind, def a nd mute. soldiers'
bhone, and such other institutions as the
public good utay require. While the es
tablishmnent of the.m institutions I maude
madatory hy the constitution, no time is
tixed when legkislative action shaull ih*
taken. In view of the iner awe of es
penme to the people clWsequent ayponi a
chanlge tnfrn territorial to state igOvern*
melnt and the limnitation placei by thteet.l
stituttosl upon the public explenditurns. I
hope ao effort will he made at this sessiotl
to prorkle for the construction of such
huiklings. It mnight not he nolwise. lu.w
ever, if the location of these inlstitsrtiom's
shouldl h tihe subject of early eunsi.lcua
tiln and settlencInt. The onae.r
that is delayed the grelater will
he the struggle hetw.eln aspiringm
sections, of the state for rrecoq.itsen il
that behalf asndl Iteling such oen.tention
tile nLterests of good legislation may bt.
subordinate, It not wholly igauOred. l I
this connlection it is pro.ter to call your
attention to the fact that legislation will
he required to give foreu and effect to see
tion 2 of article 10 of the constitution pr.y
vidling for tihe pernmalent locationll of the
meat of governmelnt. The manner of stal
mission, the mlethl of canvassing the
ves, and the details generally should he
ramem r COU'NTY OlPICKnM. .
Your attention in directed to the present
fee hill of the respective county ,*u.eers.
The complaint is unliversal that the eesm
un.ker the territorial laws and wlich ar
mow itnjected Inato the state statutesm are
ulreasonatbkl aind excessive. While all
officers shoukl have fair and just en smwemll
satiom and ought to he Coslluslted in the
establis.hnmnt of fee,, the citisIn 4trught
not to he conplllled to ulrrulak r eatirely
to their demands. I reeounllemad, there.
fore, a comnlmlete rvrisinil and ad.Iiuitemnt
of the presemnt law flig the tees of onmtmty
otie.erm so as to iuake thetn aplpronimatel
commnnensurate with the mer vis remiktre-a
a.nd that all fees when ollectled he pins
into the respeutive county trcasurkes and
that in lieu thereof salarkes he paid to
The act providlag for our admission in
to the Union alntsa to the state public
lnds which poerlr elected, nan
aged and controlled will Montana
second to no state in the Union in respect
to educatlonal and other institutione for
which the grant was lntended. It il there
fore of te highest coneern to the people
that Peedr legislatise action shokld .e
bhad pro, idnag Moa t early selection of
thele lands. Every day that pass lees
ens the value of the trant by affording
an opportunlty tar individuals to initiate
settle.nmets and rightsl under the land
laws of the United States whk-h will he
superior to ours until the selections ae,
made. I call your attention to ..ec. 10 of
the Enabllne Act rLeerred to and other
ections of the same act relating to the
anme subject. See. 1. Art. 18 of the con
stitution seems to coatemplate the crea
tion of a Board of Lased t.lonaulmiuner
whose duty it shall he to classmiy all Iulh
lie lands. It appears to nw that this
hoard should he charged with the duty of
making the selectionis provkidel for in
Sec. 10 of the Enabling Act habove referred
to. I asaY lhave oceasion to oLmake this
matter the subject of a separate
comanunuklation hereafter. but ftr
the present make no othe.
recommendationis concerningll the silma..
except. that in any provisionl you tuy
Umake for the sale or leasilg of ipulhlie
lands belonglig to the state, Iprelferee."
shouldt he .ivel to actual settlers. whoe in
good faitht orated upozn the isaue by mnis
take or who, be..eving such prefer.l..
woukld he given, have muade valuablde sl
prove-tlents upon the msase. These two
classes of persons should he protected ;
the former for the reason that the failure
of tile general gover.llnent to e*xtend the
public surves made it impassible in mla.ay
cases to disngluish a school section from
any other section, and the latter for the
reason that the constitution adopted anll
ratifled by the people in laS. contalned a
provisions sinliar to the recoamensdation
abovenade, sand upon which nauwerou
persons have relled and made settlements
aoordingly. If, as It seems prtbable, the
tederal governament shall ultimately aid
in the establishment of a system of Irriga
tion and the storage of water by ateas of
reservoirs, no man can approximate tle
value of these lands to the state in the
future. I make this observation to guard
you againsst the demand of these who.
eager to nmonopolise our lands. will doubt
rees he on hand to urge a hasty and Incon
siderate disposition threof.
SALE, IINTAL AND DeTIMI'nTIOM or
One of the mnat salutary provisions inl
our declaration of ights, is that wlhtch
nakes all the water now appropriated or
which may be herahser appropriated. for
ale, rental, distribution, or otber btem
Acal u a publIc usne. Under this
pr-ovi , I as.e lthat yuu are inveustail
with ample authority to provide by ar
.pr.riae legislation ial iat eeer.m ve.
anrs etlrtiosatat chargeu by indivIdualu.
companmee or corporatlsoa len.lmed irn the
sale, rensal or distrlhutlons o water, ani
to prevent the unjust discrisaninatloa its
the dispositoon of tta rnamw to the pullie-.
In nay opinion the right of the state t,,
regulate thi sMubject should be assertel
"sod mnaintained. I accordingly ll vite,
your attention to this natter as oli.
worthy of your early consideratio.
Every persmo wbo is consverment witl,
our clllmate and the lcharacter of the soil.
nmust know that great posibilities await a
general and co.nmprehensive system of ar
rilatlon of our lands. I do not think the.
(usintmewd on Ei1Ath Pups.
BIlLS IN THE SENATE'
at TENON T rcrrc
-*a.....Y Lr lr I...Ir ..
U -u Vim es.m te tM Uawv m. Ek
wjUus trnt se '... 0
R iw rrtrx. 17.- Ana~nh avS hille r
1 porg Irons a mmvtu.m6. plated o.
crrlr is- the senate to-day ware the ,o -
To sulk. the Sweaaurnv of the
U tate Rens the ammunt now
to him and depotaeid with mcv
oral tee; t iacrrrcrr the pennons of~
re who are entire'ly helpasm. The
narhill appropria·ting nr10im or
printing and bindingl. and P1,000r
for liminar, printing'of the eleventh
f rtleuncatlos froom the preatldnt
Im rd to the iateramtlonal snauatins.
i-e now in uession. and 'ewn
as eamneetly that a further eItensI.m
cf limit of its continiance for two
Isom January 1.1Mltlrwheautorisrl.
w *nts.l. and with aomrrmpasying `..
Item erred to the nommittee on foreign
e .handler offered a resolution call.
ing Slat sureretary of the navy for in
t ntw an to whether an organiaati'.ai
not ".m'ly amathoriseal by t(. severtary
ofI naiv). doe. inot exiust anuosig niaval
o fIor pwarrp ,eas not s"nr-ly literary or
se tIC. anId If s., what are thi. oblji.rte
of Ii .rguanisation anid what otfle.vr.o
are ntaheri tlhwref. Mr. Hale aklsh.
that resolution Is laid over anld it war
)iLaatkklraon .dfenuIer a rri.iat anl.
wbl w"4 agiri cdl to, cailing
tom Its' meere~tary, of the' 1.
t-e fas infarnniatau an up 11w
tpio Moslt of izi1lds, c(-ilgrisai.a within
il Ia reservationa that hae.' heetss re
linqmuseld r thme war departamw',.t. MIr.
Mit tI witl rew the reuisautitn oflren( l
bg last week ii referente no twh fail
tire gw i *wiiuiotl m lan-tsa to fsanlishisag
him, Ith a'nivie.' of cera'fla wmmw'rm in a
pem"uinea (Assist. Canumnlmssiomaer ausu. hadl
weta the palwrm withm a letter stating
that fetfSwma tJunrish im 11w- lhad 1w-a-g
oa eas. uuld -t aiatiaiu ut f1t' otle.
whir .eernw a Jaaalia-ias/ s onej. Its
ouuea to proIve at a waste 40f'
the ."ofative s tnrenth of a.111..
Mr. Mitchell reniarkael tha(t asmy
mnrrepreumeimativa' air cia autimor
laai A rnmey of asn apieiiialsmt or time api
jiB k bt hint If mtiillil have a right to
of paiw r rm. Tlh wras. a brie-f alts
'S its an this 3aoijt. bir. micis.-mall
aiff.a a ramlaatiain. wiaia'lm wvas nf..rraml
to OW paiteolec cinfltehsttle aiiitmg tesi tie
``meetpaatar *swt~erai faw stia-saaata'a o ut im
inrt"Iwl t o the cxleu~s/r n of lbs
fr-s a eli vry system 14) all twnos. anal
fnot ea three thtiwaand in
ta.oe where time frams pomluihee'
reva-mw is at be-imst 1.tI1); akin cin tlies
mand taiwnas of 5.(EJU jsmlhallitasmtsa fussa with at
grie.- tn nle. nrva-smi af WI .4MN). After
aml .-St alive maasioui th1e maamatea.lj alUtmrsma
S4-am4tow Tsmrjsie fnmsn list- e eaiuistt.s oill
pus imi-asna to-diay smiada- a faIvairaisia- taswirt
onu QsaA).bill f ithing S%, pmer asmaeth am time
pri'iaea to Is. griet.alI all imermein wlha am
air imnay brc.-cwswue tlly Ihelgilem frown its
Juriea " rwae-lye-al air a seamens censitracteu
while In the. amliiitaay or narval m.rvk'ea
Analoalg t hills i.stru.atewl i tin. men
ate to.ay were the followingl: By Blii
chell. tle ('hbusdler hill of last congre.s
for the ereations f a divisokl of silk cul
turn in the departasaenst of agrlicektuse; ale
tlaurising the ritiellis of (olorado. Nevada
and the territeors to fell and remove
tianher usl the public domain for mininag
and doenetlic Ianrplsase; alno providiag
that the half dollar shall contain one
half. thet quarter dollar one-fourth anld
the disnue re-tentbh of the amontolt of sil
ver contained in the stasulard dolalr; alas
the 1)il of the last congress to grant irri
gation co.ltpanil' the rigt of way thirougla
public laldls for Irrigation pearploen.
Tlh execsative -saitl of tsie senate this
afters. oso laiwted more than two hours.
The principal topic under discuss om was'
the nmainations of Jsudge Heewer to, he
masr.iate Justice of the suprenme enarnt.
This was calleld upl by esenator Ilsgalls,
spi.a a favorable* repoIIrt of the venlatulttee
on- jastlldicry. Althealgh tl-ere was sIn
minority re*port,. c.nstlsnnatles of the Ienon)
i.atilon was oppuassd her senatars of IbtnI
jiarties., i i saidl. whol, uased their olje)-r
tioisal sipois two gr."edesl, : First. hi,* leries
oanis l Ithea pr.ahibition v.'ise0 ain K.nsais.
wtli.lh were nft.rw&nrlPi rn-vernelI by tl.h
nuiara-sas court. Secondl, that thue
;.tatvln-sst of fal-ts ins JIselap
(.ralihansn's revie.w o.f thae appoi)satre"ast of
as rr_..iveroif tlae- %.ahI.ish 'syst-enl of rail.
ratlls by Jaidgel IHrewer. whll.e osker l1n
thal e'ase. Jsulge (Grsllasa valcatel .o far as
it ifirTe..al roa~uls wilhin lrthe limits of lais
cinl-lit. It wars a.s.rtet. that tile..- tillsna
justify the asaaspi."sin tlat Jlsauge Brelwer in
a frienrld of Ior e or alinn inteie.st an
aglainast thsu*. of Ithe slhlki. asedl tlUa the
fae"tss at stated ins Juilde Gureshatn's Ireview
warrant an investigation. The freevnds of
JudIIe Brewer. it it* said. deakled Ilast he
was in any wise asuaL. aly Influesseeed nls his
aertian in the Wabash reeele·rsbulp. b
adj.uarua .ent *amne b. hor the e e wae
lisposed of. It is believed, Lowever, that
tla nminaltiosn will he confirmed, . o
Tuaa.d Abeat Use Lover.
ST. JonarH. Mo.. Dec. 17.-Julius Hnop.
er was yesterrday sht and killed by Laulo
E.pleason near H.skersmlrel. Hunpe.r f.r
nwIe timtae has i-new teasing Mise Eperioun
iliat her admlnirer,. and had driven her
,narly fran.tih. Yesterday at the dinner
table he rcon,,uneel joking again, when
the- rl left thew rnress. glt a revolver.eanw
haewk sad without a wordl shot Hoaper isn
The errnser's jury te-dday returtwd a
verdel%(o Juetatial.. hneonkile ils the case
of Miss EpsperSm. who yesterday shot and
killed JuliBus Hoffer. her father's fan
ui.nd. It develo.Ipe.l at the inquest to-day
that Hoffer hadl *nd.eavoe'vl rrimsinally to
ai..ault thw girl. anat only erH k.lste.. whien
Ilw other hlandls e',ne to ulilllser. T.ie it
w-'e that Mime Epperpros got the revolver
andl kUlled hjini.
Throw HS. ('hIlldrea Elms lb WIKaaw.
N aw YoMK. Liar . 17.- Jaxmwpl KrmeIkd. a
ti..taetuian eurlwt~ttte . taallnre insan~e tart
eight and t w .hrew ir eaiailren a uat .If a
tlhin1htawy window. He" mid he maw J.*iu.
an the yarand14 threw tie, 1,itlregao in hint
ia. a ('brirtnamaa ;prtwcIat. 1T147 y tel l Ia
(Ire .maupe and were reriiwaly injuredl.
Kraekd then ran amuck anu a Umaultadat
.."veral ulater 1v4d w4Ieq). H wars lnaully
uthaliud after a tfer-t truggle with four
pouicemen. He La in the buipital. a raw
CRANK OR CROOK?
Joter Cutte ri the mse Woods"
em ohe Comaas
Csuesao Der. IT.-Ase*'s A*-rwy
Leaomgemeher tLeb eeles after wease
we wish at the Cmlan jr, who. e
-s.eo he wrhbl tol hew lb, vrwdie
we rwebei. As muruhesid, Juror Jobs
ulver, whle apeat much .1 his paem s ti.me
during the blou evening. reading tb.
bible was the Infuenl iah l Ihetor. Tl
firm Iacideent in this comeetMion oesrred
while the trial was in perW~gro at the tim..
wheas Mrs. Conklin temliled. That
evenling C('lver notified bis felUow
jullrr that he solemnly believed she haul
esanmittld perjury. Later Mrs. Haiertel,
he thought, was a liar. and Martinasmn. the
sprewman. l did not really know Burke.
while (arisen was plainly telling false
hatsle. To illustrate as to Elprrusnan
Martinman. Mr. Culver told of a mistlake
snadie by the wife do his parsier, who one
day saw a nan riding in a humggy whotm
sne was sure waus Culver. when in point of
fa.t ihe was entirely lulmtaken. (alver
rneelned to see in nearly every witnes for
the .}ate a villice-tive or lerhast per
jurer. He )plalnly hinted that it looeked
like* enapirsay .nt the stte's art. Tiw
~matterof hlavislg witne.ues nterr char.e
of khetestive. was one of twe thiisags he
we thlultit I~aLke. hadl. He was not iure
Dr. Crontin ever werlt to the ('arlson .t.
ta.l'., asnd when asked "Ho.lw do y.sa aa"
crasaln for ew Isha.ly trnk .'" sail: "Why.
for all we know, a slug mnay tw1en tLake.
F~c ·w ~mrauw' of tr(rn,,Iua ehlatlu hIlr Slo
Il,,u~r...auul withl t1a. lk'a that Daiajl
(uc~ayhlln haul a "p*ul'· wtai-.
tialve~r voted for tla. aequtltal of all the
ek~lafcsadaamts. H.. 4rasilfaatlyl .harlau~al that
HiGaiw. guartlesalaarly. 1w' rwiaal not~ uwnal tor
jalil. ..veg fer rno.·clay. TI,.. r..mlt warn a
I~leumg niggqlle as~ci fl3)Pat441 hutlliiti. ~ntl.
Pailraar P·ienson lasul votedl .stualily fur
the~ etuitr~~lon of~ all five. tr·,k~.m.lammlrn.
aiuiel arn t)HIne' ~clattta. gklil. It wrn* ha.
macat un~til ama Incur .ar m lafur..· the venulie
~.~Rrala.l ~a j,eahli* alll e. iv* an o la
tlaiaaa(salvler cmiiil Piemmoug. wue.mmwa lea la, to
cialy~ lwhli.~veiI thatr a usda*-tral warn what
h~ad lucia ain,.cl at Ity 11w d..femii..
THE SILCOTT INVESTIGATION.
What 1k. II.... E'.einwlIN.. will 3S.cm...w
mc..d in The Matter.
1AMtttII.YlKa V U. 4'., Z. . 17.-Tlw Sil.
cotlt 1lmiteatigti..n 4'@llfictt@e 1.4y nt
rninlmetl .·iwiil.ratii.( Ef 1114 l',gal iiuiitu
insvsolved Rl p.ratict ally r,.ae"l w-d an
attgrcn..Itmt oil a ,nwau.uare whklclmaty Ie.
n·errerrk l 'r a tumnpcmulim lwtw..n the
dliv. -wE views 4f nelPtnhEm . Thies nearurs
will pr..vwl.. f.wr rfre nncef time "subjc·tto
11w court o1 cluitng. awhkl1 trlubunal is to
cotetabhitl.' tb. re p4S liIi) for Sh iaMI.
E'atiutu aigtl adjust tIme .laisus o.f nNenithgis
wimi. lEI..t *In*)4I4. if it fill.i.we fgE145 tIN~ir
l)e~r..."mu4*tit by tilE EEI.w.rtIwtt. AnothNrr
snc.tasallg .r1fw EI" flhflitt.E' I.E tp Ior 164141 141
.u.-rf.~t 11w" forn .lf thew rassurus and
agOG. 1514)1 iltail~s yet unstIMO 1144.
A ball andi rnpwwt was draftedl tonight
motel will It. *WIb4ct4E14) ti h IMe'se to-nw
row. It is U/lmlders.tCw, that site cionumittwe
is of tIm opiasmn that te mrg"rnlafwt-arnIa
i. ulnklr the estatutea. a gowerummwmt t.l
huriing oiltk eIUring th nors. of cn
#tua. ift in iwegr Mt erwtlEm all quem
ti.n as to the uses" being owe whichb she
oV4-anwtut abtuesld not only rqiitahty
but legally hear it will he recomna.ndml
that the mnatter 1w" refe"rre)d to Sl court of
claimsr. Proviesions will probably be made
for ate apsal t., tie. .urnmw court, if
thoughlat Ist. The bill will give precwed
Ptce to thir crav over all others before
ARRIESTS AT SALT LAKE.
=akhig Th.slI W.ar ft., D3a).h..te Ciay
and ('emma Oetal..
S4ALT LAK, Da. 17. --The rncet inv...
tigation of thie grand Jury ins. the alleged
frasudl in the llsuhuruing of hsnds and
making of coualtratis by city and county
ofIheals i. reoslltisag im a large number of
arre."t. Mayor Armnuarungt was aursetlJ
leas night. tlwre Iw.isg nalne indlictnmeau
agaalllaet hla, harglmlIg intenlt to defraud
time city ald cenallmty. TowLay ('halrk A.
Sonith. Hisulo) (;:.ge . Raslty. Je..e W.
ot, ('OnmIty Surve.ys.r John m'. ('utiler.
'.aluty ('lerk L. D). Ye.uang. Alarm ('an
ron), A. Yn.unag, J.wlamali Midgls*y. Ste.Ieh*.Ia
R. Mark. andml W. V. Williaeam were alls
arruistttl Un ilnilir*tllemnlate of t1e. imlnr
nlatare. All wes* taken hefore L'moaetd
Stat.`'. g'(arasmiMinjemlur aild gave Inlseela in
$1. MU. All1 will Is* arraismged > atura lay.
Ris.as Inueawsa a Me w YTrk.
New Yosta, 1Dc-. 17. The unitary in
spector whon inv.,,tiat.eI thr re n5rt thai
Ruassl ilan sl.na huadl arrived reported to
day to tlar hard of lhealth. Ther matter
wa trought to the atteation of t he ba.
by Dr. FY.IInan, who nouteed that seven
memnber. of the fasnity of Albert Klasm
eroth were suflering from what he believed
to be Rsuela. Inlueasa. The inspectro
asys: The. agsu f lhuse attacked~ rang
friml ) years to 4 years. all but two little*
cLal-re, tbing over 1 t y".arw. No ca.ea of
the attack is appasrests. None of the faon
ily recently arrivet frona urope or have
ausaswiated or been throwna l contact with
recent arrivals or say one sufferigs frnnt
the diswase. Certain ones recently re
ceived Europeans I-tters. The tlrut case
uccurrel Decr. 11. The Sre symptoms are
sudlen fainslre.m. chill and narked pra
tratilon. They a*re suceeded by headache
and a georal feeling of malaria. followed
by acute orysa pharyngitils and a slight
laryngitis. windsamg uap with bronchbiti.
An examinatiosn showed tie patients were
about as sack as patiesuts with a had -cold.
The duratIon of attack is two days and
upwards. Health ltil er Ekdsoa said he
Ihad no doubt it is i the real Russian in
LnE uo,'. Lec. I1. -Tha r iaaaistrate at
the Bow strsc1 5i1licc A'rt hatd before
hissa 14)Say avevrol ePwwu liawyraw. a miusa
1wr of a..[y r alledrd tS, have tweaa ctnnava'tt
.4l with. lw ~%Vewt1l k.e41 amatlal. asial sv
i orl other witaaev..W. It its ha~lirvel fur
thwr warrntlt will The ijataed for the aarreut
of Is wrr aa alaargecl wiLth .soaagslicity ina the
A amehe. flak (Ieoed.
iA &4HVILLh. Tein.. 11w. 17. -The Bank
of Gallllantiu. Surun."r vuuuncy. arrinel
yrntfrday. Arre. abut O),4WO; IhbWl
i tie, about $ tEN).
AGAIN IN THE ARENA
)urda's lum In L" SWUM"L
SP"u Lat sawmaUu~
Spoesb LA 3dWe inu
of th A budr Whieb U116" AS
Wnud- MS G.3uu...Se to "m
T" e- cv..
Losera. . Dine. Il.-PareuL, who Is to
sprak in reply to the spewe reseemay
sniam by Lord Salisbury as the eose vr,
tive merting at Nottingbatrl , arived as
that city to-dlay. A gr crowd was at
the railway stasti and be was gsmesed
with mingled gr.ans and cheers. Mr.
Parnelt adidressd a large audlase Ills
afterenoon. He declared there sever has
been a movement of seab iqagnltud its
the c.unntry whickh was so cmparatvely
free froaI crime as the land league amov
nwnt. Thi.l. obj of the home rule move
ment was to egFulate Ireland. espesially
with regard to her industrial .oadtlnea.
Balf.ear's plan of making railways through
senpnverisheld districts was a vain exopetdi
ture. Hoes- rsale aimled at national r.egn
-ration. This impltedi the regnesra.tie of
intluEltrie and the indastrial u and cona
mnrenal spirit of the lin..qle. If horns rule
we-re graatled it waalt nhut timcourage the
rickh lople. of England from promoitnl
ilIaustrial ldevelopmeºuets. hut money would
he. jauliciusly. ai.dvantalRge.sly enrploayed,
instand of twing wa. ted, as Inow. to
lailtan in n power a government of
fraeated and trackery. Es pendituess of
that sorat would enable Ireland to me
auml t keep twher headl above water an sn
e- .*rciu n, aml develohs the qualities of her
pIlople that she wuenhl he no laoger as
rxthi bition fer the wonder and scurn of
tie" 1iatiotis of the winld.
Mlr. iarnell devoted his speech to(night
to thei Tenantls League: He said this was
by far the gratst and em t powefl
in~a~a.fat mov..ment ever organiWsd in
Ir.hatid or an.y other enlntry. altbotsglh
Ireland was tranquil she was not ap
I'-amld,. she did not submit. On the nco
trary tl. peIople's dislike of the govern
nt-lat was te -ftold more intense for the
.lperi easce of three years of coeseson"
Hlet lhew rcotutry. though it did not yield.
v as tranquil he~ ar of the faith it had im
the assurances of G(laltons that
the triulmphant liberal party would
morn give it legitimate freedom. Mr. Paw
nell weuuki not nay it would he imposlible
to govern Ir.lanrdt mere eaercion bat
lalfour's mniture of oerlon and eo I
tulionamlisnl woukl never mswceed. or
had made several mistakes. An these
was that he hadl nltected to provide fr
arrears in r-ut amul for the restitmltio of
evictcl tenlants. This had led So te for
nastlmn of the agrarian nveesment, whieb
wnmlsol sweep aDfa.fur and his prope neu
as clhaff swept bour the whiewlind.
thr governn eat had umeothi to be
hy arsakios knowa the truth abetm
nsatter. Thie Parnell l
.ft tryinlg a s.rmwnal iandictlment bad riled
the Irish natik and the moveseuets of
the Irish parI -
Panewil ke.-tang. that all talk about the
Pro.ertant minority heing animated Iy a
spirit of hostility to the eIrs prarliseat
Is fallaiousa. He further declra that
nmxillfed hoM e rpule as propol by .d
stoite is preferabhle to Gratnto's ~rhees
whlich contained severall elements of fl
RAZORS fni CHURCH.
flaw Neg,.... rnewalr Whale D6wu.mm. It
a [crne. t+.Wa.
KwAism ('try. Dec. 17.- DIN marere be.
twen factions in lb. fIrms Rapo.r[ ebu.h
icualrd) at Kanam Cite, Ka... rculmi
nated last night in. riot in whi c two
ment wr dange'rouily injured std quIt
a number seriously burl. olio fation
skied with Pastur unues aed macohe op
posed him. A .n.. .g Wl. mauomr tb
.elect o.lcers wars pesaided over hp tl.
pastor. Tb. anti.. bowayr. ,wor Ia lb.
majoarit. but whenever a masoioa bualis
t11 the' ptrnt'r tdwir. awar n b
woataI call for .onte hrtbLr to ply ad
by this asmuch. Of BhibtMti.e~ag .ht'od hsin
te.. until onew of the orpposie betS..
startd a nerw b thero.wng a utae bohk.
['hair andl hyun bonks than Saw abort
tlw hall and rurnurs were also usod. Twa
emegnraw nanwed Buujamian and Knight
wtrs* ieriaarniy cut antd a number of others
lrally pwonasuad with chairs. The J....
fu-asteiE nstl sanl their opponeultn pro
i...alr.l to it.. clattina oIf 0 c ".r..
firemt Mat .1 Misting Week.
lJr " ou. lc. 17. -The mnt notabl
event ian the history of mining in (Cokmb,
and the West. and. accurdlng to fbo tots
namaniy of the oldest uopmator. of the coma
trv war tie sale of Pay Rock suck oa the
listing of that mine on the bhamd at th
(oruk.rnal m.ehange to-day. The ch1aber
of coummer4 was crowded to oufoeaoad ,
sad whebn the stock war craled the cache
mesaS bee ame lItes. and hut.. the elm
of the erwuod call Sb. whole of the We.
urw stack. mamoualng to 33,US~n s e,.
woer old So the mamt subetantiam laL
mand mi ninag ten of the state. The ihsm
cot was so giut that many adim mamid
. utoike of thu pit called beak.. is she
Anad pgve orders for thsousands of abe....
At the clues of the Urat cai t. Leela
bruksra wisedl oreress fmr inpin ·Lt
which coukl nao hle ile.L Ths St.
thu day bwere MX she...,'0O wibheats
(ae dsy crr fof any an a
Inva" m IMP"Iftsa
(CHCA'ko. Datec. 17.-Tb. Inkw'..Sale
Crssnnirc Railtwasi AssciAlio nbekt hsw
Lo-das o onsidk-r Use anaIt.. oI Sb.a Union
l'acifte -Nortbhwvatertonblnnatioa. Tb.
Rock Island sand St. Paul joined in a m.
plaint wI CLiuaan Walker.cailking a h o
vtinatrtw the k-salty oA tSb. combusation
tender Ow agreemeI nt awcHt do
vlionbrl Sn tan lhiw c*tp on vol of %be
aIU4Maati)Ise .Iwc -sa sf ia. AU
tke liame. werm rvkrvsntd euxept the S%&
LUmsis unit - San Fraaicbiam.c The mattee
wala r¶yutml warmly and fnally reerred
b tie.sruirnuar n for iumevestigratki and de
viaismI bal as whwtber the Agreaeusect be
vaprk nacastillg of prevaidenta its Jauuw.
wt... Hat rit.ýI.
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 17.-Th. b uwf
aurroumlu tbe wbereabuuL o -b
Ditman is as deep aseer Cbsun
bard at work endesswea v um
Doaman's complieald aesoumm ht .
.er no intonaaioe as o Ow NOEaat cil alms
tomto eat. then~r oom~ri