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ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE II, 1800
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3LICKMAGISTRATE. JUSTICE OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, CON^^VEYANCER, ETC.
U Y. CBKISMAN, l^. I^. H.
Hew,FlrM Mreet between Mali) Mid Oak.^Anaconda, Montana.^I'EETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^by a new urncesi. All clasiei of Dental Work^rxfi-iu-il In tirat ela^^ manner. Artificial^Teeth Without PUK-i.
PHi'SICIANAND SURGEON,^LnACONDA^- MONTANA
1Office In Barrett ft Jacky block. Reildeuceon.^lecoud stiwi well, oppmite Montana Hotel,^lulls promptly attended to. Graduate of St^all Medical College.
|K.K. L ST. JEAN, M. D. C. M.,
hntWIAN TO ST. ANN'S HOSPITAU
officeIn Dwycr Block.
Itlcr|MII 9::^tOlO '30a. m., l:00tO J iOOp.m.,^7:00 to ^:^^ p. HI.
TheDeed Was Done in Arkansas This^Time -Toe Train Wrecked.
OneMan Killed and Another Din-^gerously Wounded Armed^Men Searching for^the Robbers.
aft.N S. SNYDEK,
Overl'laytcr'i Drug Store,^I'lSITlN'i SURG EOS lo ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL
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7 W. M.At'KFORD, M. Am. Soc. C. E.
LulledMates Deputy Mineral Surveyor,
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Specialattention to Carriage Work.
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minim;and civil en^;ineers,
slaversaud Chemists, U. s. Deputy Mineral^Surveyors, Butte, Mout. P. U. Box 77*.
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|CONFECTIONERY, NUTS. FRUITS, TO- i
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Texauk ana. Ark.. June lo. Tin' Texas^A Pacific train which li'ft here Inst night^at midnight was robbed ut ^Four Mile^Junction.1' The switch was thrown mid^tin' train wrecked. An unknown uisiu^who was stealing a rule was killuil.
Theexpress messenger resisted the rob^bet s and w as shot in I ho right huiul ami^ear. The rohlwra then went through the^express safe and made their cscu|^e.
Theamount of money and valuables^taken lias not yet been learned.
A|swse of men hits gone in pursuit.
T'hi'passengers und trainmen were^Iwidly shaken up when the train left the^track. The engineer and MMH hud^scarcely recovered from the shock when^six sliouters and Winchester- were^rammed into their faces ami they were^ordered to lead a march ti|m^ii the express^ear. The robticrs bad turned the switch^and caused the wreck. They entered the^express ear and after a short resistance^from Messenger Nesbitt, they went^through the safe securing, it is claimcn,^less than tJIH). After they had gone through^this car, the nihhers marched the engi^^neer and fireman und messenger about^1U0 yards from the track, seated them on^u log and told them to stay there with^their eyes shut for one hour.
Whenthe bandits had gone a distance^of about SO yards they turned and tired a^volley at the men on the log. The mes^^senger was shot through the left hand; an^^other shot pierced his ear. The robbers^then disappeared.
Itrequired but a short time to^notify the officers here who are^now in pursuit of the hauilits. One^part v has been arrested, but not fully^Identified.
Yesterdayafternoon S10.O0O was taken^from the Southern F.xpress ofltee to the^depot and sent north. It is supposed that^the robber- thought the money was going^south.
Greatexcitement prevails on account^of the robbery. Within the lust few years^several rohl^erit*s have been |^er|^etruted^within a radius of lot) miles of here. The^people here an* exasperated and if the^guilty parlies are caught Judge Lynch will^save court cx|^enscs.
Abouta Man Wli.t Whs Said to Have^Happed on the I nstdc of HI* Coffin.^Clin ai.o. June It). An evening paper^publishes a lengthy aud sensational ac^^count of the death and alleged interment^alive of (iii-tave Cantor, which, when^brought down to a statement of facts,^seems merely u suspicious cuse.
Thestory' was first told by a workman^named John Sticr, who said th;^t on I Vb-^ruary 2^^ lust, when passing Itidge Lawn^cemetery, Su|a^riiitemlent Miller called^him in. Miller was filling in a new grave^and told Stier he Iselicvod that the man in^the collin was alive. They listened and^heard sounds which, Stier claims, sound^^ed us if made by some one rapping on the
insideof tinIlln Miller, however,
commencedto fill in the grave and water^also ran in. covering the collin, und the^sounds ceased.
Stiersays thru Superintendent Miller^subsequently told him he o|M'lled the^grave later on anil found the Ixsly dis^^torted and every evidence that death had^^ M'curntl lifter interment.
Su|si*rinteiidentMiller, wheniiueatioiied^by a rc|M^rtcr, said that when burying^( unter he did hear noises, but on taking^nil' the lid of the cotHn found the man was^unmistakably dead.
Afterreplacing the collin lid he saw^Stiers passing, and thought it would lie a^gissl joke to scan* him. which he did. He^subsequently clinchccl the story by telling^^f tlic alleged exhumation. The noises in^thi' grave, lie now thinks, wen* caused by-^water running in uroiiud the collill.
Attile hospital, to-day, it was slated^that ('unter died of heart disease, ami the^physiciuns scout the idea that he subse^^quently survived.
THE PARIS EXHIBIT.
Commissioner Franklyn say* tile French^Treated I In- A merh hii- Handsomely.
WAsiiiNi;io\,JiinelO.Secretary Hlaiuc^to-day transmitted to congress the ^|rlc i.d^repori of General Frauklyn, United States^commissioner-general to the Paris ex-^|m^sition. General Kranklyu says the^United States section receivtsd high praise^from the president of the French repub^^lic, ministers who visited the MBMMlM^officially and from the jurors. The gen^^eral appreciation of it is shown by the^large list of priies, a large proportion of^winch were high ones, awarded. The^French authorities have becuwry generous^and the number of decorations presented^to the I ultod States citiiens was greater^than those given to any other foreign na^^tion. This is an evidence, not only of the^kindly feeling that the French hold to^^wards the United States, but of the high^appreciation of the French government^of the exhibit of the United Mates.
Th secretary of the treasury to-duy^sent congress a supplimcniul estimate to^Is' inserted in the legislative executive^and judicial appropriation-. The bill^aaks for an appropriation of $So,U0n for^sixty-nine additlonul clerks, copyists, etc.,^aud messengers in the general laud office^and tt'i.UUt) for rent for additional room for^the land ollice.
Salutingthe Cpieeu^New Y'oKk, June 10.^Advices to the^Assis'iated I'ress from the United States^squadron of evolution, dated Gibraltar.^May J4. give a detailed account of dress^^ing the ships, firing salutes and other^honors to Queen Victoria's birthday. A^parade und review of British troops took^place on the shore, etc. The squudroii^wus expected to leave for Hrazil on the^following Monday, stopping eu route at^Maderta and St. Vincent. The Iwalth of^the squadron isgissl.
MillAnother Wreck.^Ht^.MIiAI^ Mo., June 10. A construc^^tion train collided with a freight on the^St. Louis, Keokuk .V Northwestern road.^IJ mile* south of I^ re yesterday. Twelve^cars were wrecked. mwh Arthur a.^Taylor and Herry Nelson were scalded to^death. Several other train nu n wen- in-^; juicd.
Melllauie* the Republican l*an^^ver's l^ln1cultles.
Washington,June 10.^Among the |m^-^titlon presented and referred in the sen^^ate to-day was one front the New ^ trleans^chamber of commerce asking an upprc^-^priution of *50O,0UO for the establishment^of a steamship line between New i Orleans^and the west coast of Africa.
Thehouse silver bill was referred to the^finance committee.
Hlairintroduced ihy request' a bill to^prohibit intoxicating liquors on the^grounds of an ex|H^sition for which an ap^^propriation is ex|HMided by the United^States. Keferrcd.
Thesilvcrbill was then taken up. Unan^^imous consent WUS givetl at the request ,,f^Jones of Nevadai that after :i o'clock on^Friday next the debute be limited lo live^minutes by any senator on any question.
Shermanexpressed opposition to^IMumb'- amendment as the effect of it^would be really to leave only a working^balance of ten millions in the treasury.^Besides, he thought, the silver question^was im|M^rtunt enough to he considered^by itself without lugging in other com^^plications as to balance- in the treasury^und such matters. Sometimes on quartet -^duys the secretary had to pay over^forty millions and sometimes he had to^pay twenty millions u day for pensions.
Keaganwas of the opinion that the re^^serve of fifty millions would be ull-sulli-^cient and he intended to offer an amend^^ment carrying out that idea. He thought^the policy of punishing the people for the^Itcnellt of tlie monomctallists und MB*^trnctionists had Inch earned on long^enough. The retention of that hundred^millions of gold had already cost the gov^^ernment forty millions in interest.
Tellersuid it had cost M^i,ouo,000. He^went on to question and deny the accur^^acy of some of the statements in .Sher^^man's lust speech on the bill, t tne of the^points was that the gold dollar had al^^ways been on a unit of value. That is not^true, said Teller, whether it comes from^the ex-secretary of the treasury or any^be sly else. Another |m^int in Sherman's^speech Teller disputed was that the in^^crease of circulation had kept pace with^the increase of the |Mipulation. Teller^argued it would require an annual lll-^iTease of $44.i^m.^^^i of currency to meet^the annual increase in the population.^As to the statement by Sherman and^others that the sup|s^rters of the bill^wanted a cheuii dollar Teller saitl it
WUSa species of de I n.i gogllef \ , which WUS
adisgrace to the senate. '1 hey wanted^the honest dollar restored the dollar that^had Is cu stricken down w ithout tin' will^of tin'people ami without their knowl^^edge. The man who stood before the^senate arguing for a single standard was^either dishonest or ignorant and had no^right to represent the interests of the^American |^eople. Teller went on to^speak of the silver plunk In the republi^^can national platform and said if lie hud^supposed it men' clap-trap the republican^ticket would not have hail such support^from him, ami would not have got the^great majority it did in Colorado. He^said the bi-mi'tullie principle hud had its^worst enemy-its most efrective foe in^the treasury department. It had been^within the power of the administration to^relieve the people, so that what^the people have now suffered wus^^ut the door of the administration,^^but then* wus no feeling favorable^to bi-metalism in high places and then'^would not be while Wall striM't could in^^fluence political parties. Each party had^lieen met by the declaration that congress^must legislate so as to gain the gissl will^of the business interests of the country.^That meant Wall street. He remembered^the case of a president iCIevelatidi ad^^dressing a crowd of |h*ople in Wall street^anil saying he saw MM him representa^^tives of the great interests of the country,^but tin' fact was, Teller said,^that he ilid not ace before hiin^a single man who had cvt r done^all honest day's work, or ever product*!^an article of commerce, or ever pro noted
theindustrial pursuits of tininitry. Ill
conclusionTeller dcclorcd that no mat^^ter when' the republican parly or himself^should Ih^ left, his vote should be given^for that measure which would unloose the^bunleti put upon the debtors of the coun^^try ami do it without detriment to the^creditors.
Call-poke in favor of free coinage, und^then the silver bill went over till to-mor^^row.
I'osurtey Montana'* I'ulille I and*.
Washington,June 10. The speaker^to-day laid before the house a communi^^cation from the secretary of the interior,^submitting an estimate for the increase^of jsin.ni^i ill tlu- appropriation for the sur^^vey of public hinds for the liseal year of^18H0 to lie apnlicd to the cx|hmiscs of sur^^veys of public lauds in Montana.
Thisafternisiu while n private bill was^pending Is fore the house for the relief of^II. C. K irk and others, which had Ihhvii^vigorously opposed by Springer of Illi^^nois, the representative hud occasion to^pass out of the hall, and at the dtsirway^was confronted by Kirk, who demanded^to he inform'd why he opposed the bill.^Springer replied that he op|^oscd the bill
becail-e||c iM'lifVCll it Id be all improper
measure.Kirk retorted in an insinuating^manner that he knew the real reuson of^the opposition. He refused to say what it^was. springer became indignant ami^told Kirk that if be insinuated any mi-^pro|icr motives lie would have him
TheTown of Channaton. 111.. Said to^. Be Destroyed.
FearalofCreat Loaa of Life and^Property Physicians Leave^Johet for the Scene of^the Disaster.
JoURt,111., June II. A fuillicl--haned^cloud passed through the village of I hall-^uulioii at M o'clock to-night, doing im^^mense damage, killing und injuring, it is^nuderaUMHl, quite u number of people.^( hannahoii i-a town of bJ^N1 I.^*X^ |ht-^soiis, nine miles south of Juliet, w ith Uo^railroad or telegraph facilities. A large^strip of country is devastated. Keports^indicate a list of killed and wounded very^large. Surgeons were sen! from here to^relieve Ui' ir sufferings. From meager^information at hand it seem- the most^damage u.i in the country around Chall-^nahoii, and that the majority of the cas^^ualties arc outside of the town. Although^the place is not far from here, then- is^little hope of getting anything from then',^owing to the bad condition of roads.^While it is believed the report sao far re-^coived are exaggerated the Isdief is pre^^valent that a great disaster has occurred.^At 2 a. m. nothing has Ih-cii heard from^parlies Who left here for Channuhon.
MAYCO DEMOCRATIC.^Politics lii smith liMkolH I iidergo a (.real^Change.
St.PAI7L. Minn.. June 10. To-morrow^at Aberdeen, South Dakota, the demo^^crats will hold a state convention to noni-^iiutc the first party ticket in what prom^^ises to be one of the most exciting and^uncertain elections ever hehl in utiy one^^sided state. Last October the vote for^governor of South Dakota was, republi^^can .'si.!M. di mis-rune _^:..^^^^. and that was^a wurmly contested campaign. However,^then- are factors in this year's battle^which uuTe been absent heretofore. Last^week the farmers' alliance, in convention^at Huron, organized uu ilide|^endeut^party, anil i ailed a convention to meet on^July !* to nominate u state and congres^^sional ticket. Disclaimed by the fann^^ers'alliance that their liicmts'rship ex-^cecds ;W,0U), most of whom the leaders^ex|Hi't to carry with them to the new^party. It is generally acknowledged that^molt of these will come from the repub^^lican party, in which case the pn'seut p^-^liticul status of South Dakota may Is- ma^^terially changed.
TODESPOIL THE SAINTS.
t-alm u in Is Wants All Mormon Fundi.^Turned liver lo the I'uhltc School-.
Washington.June 10. Senator f:^l-^itmuils has iutiisluccd a bill in the senate^pnividuig that all funds or other property^lately IM-Ioiigiiig toor in the possession or^claimed by the corporatioa of the church^of Jesus t hrist of l.atiei Day Saints, shall
bedevoted to the public common SclltMlls
illUtah, tlu* money to he iIIs|msmmI off by^the secretary of the interior in such a^manner as shall seem tohiui most expedi^^ent. The supreme court of Utah is in^^vested with authority to make all neces^^sary and proper onlers und decree- for^th*^ purpose. After the United States su-^iireme court reiulenii the decree annul^^ling the charter and escheating to the^United states the pro|s rtyof the Mormon^church, it withheld the dis-rec in the case^through a desire to Hud the MMMMkMl^off dis|Misittg off tin* eoullseated |iro|h'rt^'.^or huding private owners to whom it^might Is' n'verti'd. Tlicoblect off Senator^Kdniiiud's bill is to doclun' by congres^^sional enactment to what use tin* money^and pro|^ rty may Is' dev oted to und re^^lieve the court of its embarrassment.
Thet(c|io,i ol lite A |ipro|M'lst Ion fJetM*^otiltes* Accepted and I'a^. -l
|WanHINIITON, Julie 10. The s|s'.iker^laid before the house the senate bill^amendatory off the internal revenue^laws. It authorizes the commissioner of^internal revenue to formulate rules^und regulation- by which Iscr may be^carried direct fnuu the vats to the Isdlbng^department without |iussiug through the^intermediate pns-ess of being draw n into
Tin-senate bill passed changing the^pn'sont system of drawback on imported^Is-er and fermented liquors and |m^rmit-^tiug the ' xporiut ion in ImiiiiI hi the suuie^^MMser as distilled spirits are now^bandied.
Thehouse went into committee of the^whole mi the iMsttotlice appropriation lull.^Then^ was no opisisitioii ami the commit^^tee haling spc. iliy i-otisidensl the bill re-^portisl it to the house, when it passed.^The house then adjoiirnisl.
TOIMPROVE OUR NAVY.
tills lor New slilp. Opened si Die V^^^De|^artnient testerdsy.
Washington,June lo. Bids for over^live million dollars worth of new naval^vessels wen- o|h iied at the navy depart^^ment at iiisin. The vessels bid for wen*^of three t^ |ieH. There has Isi'ii consider^^able excitement alsnit the contest betw^^eu^the rival ship-builders. The largest ,,f^the tlins' vessels, in fact, the largest^vessel ever designed for the United Slates^navy, is known officially as an armored^cruiser No. I1 is all s,|0ll-toll vessel.^She Is longs to the class of swift cruisers^and is very close to a Kittle ship, in^that she is provided with a moderately^heavy armor In It Is'sides a protective^deck. Her armor will Is- afsmt four^inches thick and a curved protection deck^six inches thick. She will be a mull with six^eight-inch and twelve four-inch breech-^loadiiig ritles and can develop l.illl indi^^cated horse power and a s|s'ed ^^f twenty^knots. The dimensions arc: Length 2*n^feet; extreme breadth lit fisvt, J1/, inches;^depth in hold 41 feet, :1 inches, flic other^large vessel dcsiguuUsd as cruiser No. II is^to have a displacement of .^^..V^i tons. She^bus no armor, but is provided with a pn^-^teetive deck 444 inches thick. Her main^MMaries consist of two eight-inch and^ten four-inch bn-ecb loading rifles. She^will make twenty knots an hour^with ld,aUl horse |Miwer. The dimen^^sions un-: Length .'laO feet, extreme^breadth vi fis t, depth XI feet. The^thinl vessel is a practice cruiser off sill^tons ami is a miniature man-of-war for^training cadets at the naval academy. It^is generally expected that the builder who^is awarded the contract for this vessel^will lose money, us just as much materiul^is to go into bet as in some of the larger^cruisers. The appropriation limits for^the three vessels arc: Armored cruiser.^^MMyflMl protected cruiser, #l,M00,0U);^practice ship, f2O0,ll^l.
Bidsfor the armon-d cruiser No. 2 wen-^first considensl ami wen* us follows for^the vessel ai'eonlitig to plans and s|K-cifl-^eations prepared by the navy dc|turtmetit:^Union Iron works. Sun Francisco, ^t,10O,-^tUO: William Camp ^V Sons, Philadelphia.^s:.l ii.iui. Kisdon Iron A l^ocoiiiotivc^works. Sun Francisco, $d,4.V),000.
KANSAS CITY DERBY.
ItileytVa^ Lame and Didn't start terac^llor W.ni In 4...... I Time.
K\NsasCi i v, June lo. The o|h^ning^day of the spring meeting of the Kansas^Jis'key club was Derby day and was^atti'iuhsil by over 12,0110 people. I'orri-^gun's Kiley wus entered for the derby,^but he showed up I.line this morning and^his owner scratched him. The winner,^however, was a Kansas City horse, Verge^llor, owned by William Mulkey, owner of^La Premier, who who won the lust year's^derby. There wen' nine entries for the^derby, but when the bugle called the^horses to the saddle only four responded^Dollikeus, Blue Vail, Verge Dor and Lord^of the Harem. Verge Dor kept the leud^of a length ahead of the I .mi I of the Harem^into the stretch und at the Is'tting stund^iMMMtM it to another length and won as^he ph ased. Lonl of Harem second anil^Dollikena thinl. Blue Vail last. Time,^SlM 4-5.
fluemile Three-year olds and up-^wan Is, Chun-bill I 'larkc won, i ^ni second,^Panola thinl. Time I :!ii; 2-.^i.
Fivefurlongs For 2-year olds, Para|M't^won, DowIs'itx second, Shawnee tluixl.^Time I ill 4-5.
Sixfurlongs Heats for thns'-year olds^and upwards; llrst beat, Ixiro won. May^Hart second, others distanced. Tunc^1 :22Second beat. Kirn won. May
Hartsecond. Tune I ;22 SJL
Mile aud a sixteenth For tiirveav
oldsand upwards. Mandolin won. Metal^second, Iteganlle-s thinl. Time 1)0$ 1
.!CLOSING THEIR COURSE
CommencementWeek of the College^of Montana.
TOSHUT OUT JIM HILL.
broughtIn fore tllf^contempt
nturned to the hoiisi^the bill.
hi Their Yta^ lo Killer tin Hed^Man*- Domain.
St.I.ol Is, June ltl. The /.v/zii/iio oil'i^,. Sue and Fox agent y s|Mst-ial says the
Kirksubsided, and Spritiger Chi'mkis- i*oruuilssioucrs believe that to-^1 ^ ^ and In I pi 'I defeat^^ ,,
inormwwill end the work of arranging
barof the house for
A Hlg Hanking Scheme.
Pmii.adi.i.I'HM,June 10. W hurtoii^Burker has organised a great American^and Kuro|m'ati banking company w.tli a^capital of I-''..i^^.^^J0. one half of which is
tolie issued at once. The puny will
conducta general tlnulicial business.^Among the American directors art' Whar^^ton Burker. I'n'siilent; Wilbur, of the 1^-^high Valley railroad. Vice President:^King, of tlx' BattMMM A Ohio, I.corgi D.^II. Ketaa, of tin- Reading railroad, John^H. Converse, of the Baldwin locomntivc^works. und others. Then- will Is^ MM*^^MM brunches.
Illinois.In MM Wounded.
KknsvsCim.Juno 10. The nmnant of^the wns kisl \\ aba-h horse train arrived^this morning In the t alsMise were eight^woundisl coloi-'d men, most of them In^^longing to ( hum A Morgan's stable.^Seanely MM csc,i|shI with less than u^bmken leg. They were removed to the^hospital. I ll' -table most affected by the^unt il was that of J. Kellur of Cyntliiun,^Ky.. who, with hi- sou, perished. They^had five horse- and every one was^killed.
thelinal details in connection with th^de.il made Sattmlay for tin* sessional^hinds Is'loiigiug to the Sue und Fox In^^dian-. The Indians an- in high glee over^the pni-|^sfta of securing a big payment^siHiii and seem to realize that tfiey have^the Is st end of the deal. The richest one^in tin- tube is H. ('. Jones, who Imsshhi's^the owner off l.UUO acn-s of land Is'sides^ns en nig $12,000 in money. Other Indians^become rich hi pn^|sirtion. Several^boomers' wagons lisnhsl with tents und^other ii's-easities w^*re discovered last^evening making for Iowa county to wait^for th' ^iM'tiiug which is MMM MRi
AgreedI ism s BoMMMMM Hill.^W\-uiNiiTON. June 10. For the fourth^time tin republican representatives were^in cam it- bwiight upon the subject of u^national election luw, the Ixalge and^Uou. II bills also coming im. The pn fer-^cin e ..f the Southern republicans was for^the Lodge plan. Finally S|s akcr Keed
pointedout llOW the dlffcn'llees Is-taecn^the iilli'TOllts of Hie two bills colllll Is Ull-
jusledby a combination of the features^or pi in iplcs of each, w hich were utiob-^jiit- 11 1^. His pn^|SH^itii^n was n nan i-^Illou-ly MMMML and Bowetl and Lodge^wen iistructisl to formulate a M^^MOWlM bill.
theKorthfirn Pai-lltc C'lnsesl the North^em's i'.i-- to tin* l n.i-t '
\l Yiiltk, June 10. The Time* say^that the conference of railroad men held^in this city a few days ago n**ult*sd in an^agreement by which the Sortheiu Pucillc^obtains control of the Seattle, Lake Shore^A I.astern incompleted road pmjected^from Scuttle lo Spokane Falls, Wushiug-^latl, by assiiiuing the obligation of all its^IhuuIs. One hutidrisl miles is ulready^built. The contract is signed by II. II.^Armour, t.eii. Thomas M. Logan and Ld-^ward D. Dhe-ter, n*pn*senting the Seattle^road, i'his deaf practically shuts out the^(in-ul Northern from connecting at Puget^Sound. It is authoritatively stated that^Vdlard had secimslmost of tin- laud^Isinlcting on Laka Washiuglou ami the^line aill run aroiimlthe lake.
Iti- also rc|)ortcd on the authoritv of^parlies high in Kiclimniid Terminal alf.urs^thai the Northern Pacific was joini-d w ith^the Itichmoiid Terminal in the ileal and^would use the Baltiiiion A Ohio a- an^eastern connection. The deal is also^said to include prov i-ioii for an arrange^^ment by which the Pad he Mad Steam^^ship line will make Tacoiua the terminal^|m.int and give the Northern Pad Ac rail-^nsid a trans-Paeilie service.
CalvinS. Brii-e and Samuel Thomas^will Im^ ilin-ctors of the Baltiiuon'A t thio^in a few days and nmn'setit the new in^^terests in the hoard.
HighI'rlie.l |M Flesh.
MountsPuts. S, \'^ June 10, A niini-^Iht of prominent horsemen, each of^whom wen* anxious to secure a yearling^from the great Met.rath, at the Met.rath-^iunu stud of l4*xiligtoii,atti*fiilfHl^tli^* sales^tonlay. An average of $l,.vjn was had,^whii'll is the Ih-sI ever raisi'd in this^i'ounlry. Among the high prices paid^| wen' for a bay colt by t Inmid iga. s.i|d to^^ J. A. und A. II. Morris, for Hjtttt a luvy^or brown colt, by 'Isuigfellow ; a bniw u^coll, by Strathiiimi'. loCol. Hill, MJOOi^a brown tllly. by Duke of Moutnso' to J.^| A. and A ll. Morris for VMW| a ehestmit^j Idly by Onondaga lo P. I. irnllanl. fl.sin,
\aleatlns Oela Ilie Plum.^Washington, June lo. 1 he republican^' senators went into caucus to-night for the^\ selection of a successor to ('ol. W. P. I an-^' inlay, sergcant-at-uriiis. who n tin's Mjg^| doth. Candidates for the |smiiiou wen*
Hcadeof Maine. Ityugloii of Connecticut,^| Dunn of llelawan . Bailey of Pettusyl-
\.iiii.i. Sw.nls off Iowa, Yulcntiuc of
Nebraska.ICI of Minnesota, ami (.en.
LssMrS. Wilsf llnti tiijii, Mont.
IAfter much wrangling ex-Kepresctitutive
Valentineof Nebraska was ch.su'ii.
W-C. T. U. Ladies Visit the Peniten^^tiary Death of a Butte Burglar^The County's Registra^^tion Districts.
Isiss tal In lln- standard
Di'.KltIyotii.i-., June In. Barring the ex-^j MMMMMM aM MaMJPMMMMM! cxercisi's^Is-gati on Sunday aftermsm with the Ba^--^eulaunate sermon. The sermon wa-^I preached by Dr. D. J. McMillan, president^i of the college, and was listened to with^I the greatest attention. Last evening Kev.^F. D. Kelsey of Helena hs tunsl Is-fon-^the literary sis iety of the college, Ium iub-^ji-rt U'ing ^Ivauli.s .^ He told the la-au-^tiful story of Ivnnl ami then com^^mended the novel for its purity of style^and its elevation off womanhood.^Thmtlgliont the lecture was a grand piece^of wnnl-pailitfng and debvenil with^splendid voice and magnificent acting.^To-night the concert of the musical de^^part!I look place ut Cottonwood hull
andwas largely attendistl. It was under^theinanageuieiitorMrs.il. .1. McMillan^and Miss Kate ( olvui, music teachers at^the college. The |m rforincrs wen- the^pupils ill the musical department. The^pnigramnie was entertaining in^every isirl and exhibited the^most failliful iM-rformuiiee on the part^of the teachers, and the gn-atest progress^in musical sMMM, both instrumental and^vocul on the |uirt of all the pupils. To-^uiorniw night the mulct -graduate exhibi^^tion will hike place.
To-duywus Mission Flower day in Deer^Lodge ol the W. ('. T. I'. Visits wen-^made to all the sick of the town, to the^hospital, to the juil ami to the |m-niten-^liury. The services at the penitentiary^wen- elaborate. Then- were about sn^ladies and girls present, besides many^men. Then' was a s|Ms ial service belli^which was not on tin-original programme^F.dwunl Brady, a prisoner who Fiud been^hut MCclltlv sentenced from Silver Bow^county for burglary and forgery, died this^inorniug ul a o elis-k fnuu the effects of^ill juries nst-cived in jumping from the^train when Is-iug brought from Butte. It^wus concluded to hold the funeral of^Brady while the ladies wen' there, but^Is'fore the mission services. The Issly^wus brought in in the coffin ami^placed at the end off one of the long^corridors and the prisoners marched in^and seated themselves, almost tilling the^corridor. The funeral sermon was^im-ached by Dr. S. F.. Wiahanl of l^es^Mmnes, Iowa, who happened to lie pres^^ent. Tlie sermon was practical but im-^^ H-cssivc. After the funeral services the^Issly was taken to the prison grave y an I^south of the prison, four prisoners acting^as pall Isan-rs. This service Is-iug fin^^ished, the mission service began. Mai y^Is uutiful songs wen- sung in which the^prison choir parliciputisf Mrs. Charles^llich of llo/einan, su|sriiitcndeiit of^prison work in Montana for the W. ('. T.^I ., then gave a lengthy but inten'Slmg^talk to the prisoners. Flowers in pnifu-^-iou were then distributed to all tlie in^^mates with gissl Christian advice. After^the Mission service was lini-hed the visi^^tors wen invited lo take seals iqsin the^lawn iii the shade on the west side of tile^prison lo b. entertained by the prison^ehmi . The piano was bnuight out ii|sin^the steps and for one hour at least the au^^dience listened to the most excellent^music. Tin' voices of the prisoners an*^well truintsl ami the prisoners make as^good a choir us can Is- found in Montana.^Coin McTagtic and Frank I onley, the^IMaMt did everything in their pMMT to^make it pleasant for the visitors.
Thecounty commissioners to-day di^^vided the county into n-gistrution dis^^tricts and appointed registration agents^as follows;
No.I, Anaeouda. i ^|eson QsjMi and^Blue I'.yed Nellie; Fred Pockovcr agent.^No. 2. ( arroll. Willow Glen, Lost ( n-ek^and Stuart; A. M. Walker ageni. No. ;t.^Knee Track and Warm Springs; T.J.^Elliott. No. 4. Champion ; J. P. Ilicc. No,^'., Dis-r Izislge und (.arrison; J. v. Butti-r-^ton. No. a, pioneer and (.old Creek; J.^K. I'ble. No. :. I lltston, BloHsbiirg.^Avon and llluckfisit; Ld Burns. No. -,^Lincoln, scvcii-l p |^,.tt. all^| MeClellan^(iiileb; John Met lure. No. Oruliik',^Boyd und Swift, lllanehanls and Sunset:
H.MeNally. No. 10, W asliingtoa t.illch,^lb luu ill. and Kttipatriek ; K.. Man'iim.^No. II, black Pine: Charle. Miller. No.^12, lleartnoulh, Beartown and I Ik ( reek;^P. Biriiiiughuiii. No. LI. Dnmimond.^Willow Cns-k. Ilcmiessy mil Diuikleherg:^Dan Bairjr. No. H, Pbibpsburg, Tower,^Stone Slain,ti. Ilasiuark and Kirkville:^f. D. Bniwu. No. i:^, (.ranite. Hum,.-,^and Sidney Mine; Dan Herd. No. lii,
IIMMNLl able ami Silver Luke ; Will^^iam H dls'i'l.
1bere may perhaps Is- some changes^made in this list lo-morrav
%IbMMM ^ sd^ I.im.1 11,-r llrsaSM
NiuYiiuh. June lo. -Two thousand^dollars' worth of silk dresses and laces^Is'longiug to a Mrs. I.lein of Montana^sen set/.si at the customs house to-day.^Mr-. Chill arrived on the Arizona fnuu^l o. rp.sil, and said the trunk which tuii-^I tamed the gissU had tlotOtng dutiable.
AI'rie.l Imlb led.
Toi.kimi.(^.. June lo. Kev. Father^(^mgley, off St. Frulieis de Sale- Catholic^MMX MM to-ilay indicted by the grand^jury ^for niisik llleauor in m-ghs ling lo^n-|sirt pupils to the tsianl of edue.iliou.^^as pnividisl by the law passed last year.^It is undersiiMsl that be refused to do so^under the advice of counsel that the las-^is inn oiiHiitulionul.
Mri liol 1xk, .lills- III llelir^ l.enrir -eiisl^lor Knglaiul to-da^.
Nix^. ,k\ Fn i.s,.lunc iii \ man MatsM oil^l.nat Island. ^^aui lo tin lunik nr lite Vin. n. ,ui^fall- and ihsa|i|m'unsl.
PaotIMm t. Juue In The oriental Mill-^riMiipauy lias iniiite an asstgiiiti.-nt. Cusis'iired^delits, -t:\iin, ipiick assets. il.HMu.
lollmhi s, o., .hue in Font lung n ,|i
inthe street eat strike F.a. Ii -id.- I- waning for
till-tlliT tike II HI^^ No altelU|S Is In a,.
madeto rim ears.
Cm.vi. o. June In. lln W.-iiih I'.is^cuk, i^assiN tatn'ii asseterteil J. F thaalaril. ftiranrli^general managei of tin Chicago. Ninta Fe a^^Call forum, eliHirtuan.
\\tBMIKUKta, JiaSJ Ml The senate MMB^. otiuintli'i ^III lake up Hie house sihei hill lo
morruannng. and tin e\|^, tatu.u is that it
ill Is- re|a^te^l to the u-nali in the artertHsm.
Wv-hi\i. io\. .bine in. | lie republicans .if
thesellalr llliam e i-oliuultlee this luorillllg fur
theriximaleri'il the tatrtl MIL l ln aajsj aM^-ilk schedule wen i'vaiinn.sl and -.sue item-
wen- agreisl lo.
Mrte.oiitxi. luu, in In, h gi-latne as
m-uihliof \ ictoria lias luiauiuiiiusi) s|usroi.-d iS^the sellelne fot the ftsleration ^l t e Australian^^ilotin - and ha-a|i|m^iiiteil delegates to a iimi^\elitloll wluetl Is to oiusidcl tin -uli)eet.
Momnr vi, .luiie in. i Mil he t'l.shslimi ol^Ktlwiu CowW* order IB omrt tali iin^tDiug ^li-^Costes wit- noell the eilshsl) .a Ibe elilld.^lowles i- no tH'tter ami pat| Mr. The essr^aa.utist Hale, who ^h^4 him. i^ tint \H . alksi