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Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^abreast oFtHS times. T/N3T3H TheOnly MORNINQ++ NEWSPAPER ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Olvlnffall the Hewsof the World Dally. VOL-30--NO. 42. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1889 FIVECENTS A.GRAND BALLAND BANQUET YVUlbe .-Iv.-n .ii '-r the auspice* u( t be CaledonianClub of Helena, onHUM* biuthhay, Friday,January 25th, AtFnif. B^irir^' Hall In ^ir*-dt* Hl-^k Acdr*e*a* BOB^Mc onmdt, Hen byCol. SeniWs, Hon. 1 i) McCutchmm, Hob^W. J. (Jalhrelto, Hon. N W ' I.hMeuti * and others. I Vocal mi i lD^trum^DUl M rati KuNDrr^ Mrlru' tfabd baaquwt bjgtns at 8 SO p.m. Ilcketesdiutttins: Uil ud UwntJwnan f^^lfiRl^'l'lcki^twlmlttlD|r i ad^|l Ticketsfor sab- at Calkin* A Pewtberly *, K. C^Wwmm a, Mndeay 4 lu'i tad J. f. w ol man's^^tore*. fSaBBSfl Hack ^ .in pear will . MM convey mmfmtmtm. kini-ay m.rak, hecretery. ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyana Counselor at Law IMHOTJtMl^K. HELENA, II T. MASSENABULLAKD, Attorneyand Counselor nt Law, UBLBNA, -^ MONTANA Willpractio* in all canrta of record la toe Tar rltory.Oflloa In Oold Block. R.G. DAVIES, ATTuHNKV-AT-LAW,KOOM S, A811BY BLOCK, * UBLBNA, M T. DR.M. ROCKMAN, PhysicianSurgeon,Acroucher. Oculist andAun^t *J*rab*rof Haa Francisco Medical Boclsty, alao^Nevada Hiate Medical Bociety. Ogic* Parcssn'a inor store, corner above Main^and Broadway. Entrance on Broadway and Jack^eon. Helena, Montana ConaulUUonA In (*^nn*n^ar d Enyllab. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS. Fifteen)earB' experience aa OCULISTAND AURIST performsall operations and treata ell dlaeaaei^of the Eye. Ear, Noae and Throat. CorrecU er^rora of vlalon and adjusts trlasse*. Infv ... corner Main atreel and Sixth avenue,^over Jno. Murphy's grocer* slurs. J.H. FRENCH,^Veterinary Surgeon. orriCB-Joa,o NeiH't eiahle, corner Mate^and Prlre streets MONTFORDS BACON, M. D.^Physician, Surgeon, and Oculist MELENA, M T. Specialattention riven to the lye. Ear ted^Throat. FnUsMortment of erttflrlal eyee. W.LONG, V^ ** HIN A li Y 0UUOBOA, OFFICEBrack A Flaher'a Hteblea. Lower Mate^Street. Telephone No. ISO. FRENCHLESSONS. PROF.A. DANSE, Lateof Western I'nlvendty, Fa. Koom ^ Oold^Block. A.M. SANDS, TYPE- WRITING AMD AmanuensisWork. Officewith I'aulaen A MoConnell. H.BAUER. TANNER^ DRESSER, ICSLawrence Street, Helena, M. T. muma. eAixss*. i m'oohhbll. PAULSENh M'CONNELL, srtenrfStmtlf to Architectural Work *Mme and apedA^tlone drawn. Work an per rMM. 'H'WCB A'Ue^.n Bio^*s, it-inn a. Montana. JOHNA. SCHNEIDER. FRESCOPAINTER, No.sh South Davis Street. 1*O Box 7Hfl, Helena, M. T Publicbuilding*, rbnrchea and dwelll g nontei^d^i orated in th* latest style. Willfurrdeh rteelgns Decorated Hon. W. A^Clerk's ^nd M J. Talbot'* residences, Butte. Scratchwork and Bmhoaeed Ornamentation^patented, a specialty. BBKOHK AKTEK. Nothingrendace* ao moch to a woman'a beaut)^aa e beautiful akin and clear complexion. OK.simm'S AKSBNie CoMi'LElION^WAFERS, Aftera few d^v'a oae will permanently r***^v^^all Blotches, Moths, Plm.'iee, and Frerklee, pro^ducli^K ^'i Kntmn' lr..-!y Beautiful * omplexlon^that abames the nee of Powders and Cream*. Warrantedperfectly barm lees and aold by *1^lewllnif dragnets, or *ent by mall (secure) on re-^(eli-t or price^11 (Ml per box of lut^ wafer* THIMLHK A CO.. W Chamber* Street, N T^ter-Bff mre ar d set Dr. Sim ma in Kilt boxes forsale by R. ft. Hal* A t ^^^.. Helena. M T MILLINERY No.12 Warren St. Stockholder'sMeeting. Notice1* hereby given that there will be a^nwtlDi of the atorkh dder* of the Montana^ParklDK and Pruvtalon Company on Wedr^e*day^'enaerv *stb, ISMt *t 7:V) p.m. at the office fe^U. O. Mclntire, room* lH^nd IV teuld Block IM^en^, MonUna, for thepurpoee of electing n rv ard^m trustees fur the wnsulnn ^ear. and th* traaaec^tloo of su^ h other boslneea ae may come bafoK^ths meeting. C.L H. AN,^Helena. Dec 11,1sml SecreUry Noticeof Dtssoiutlon Noticela hereby given that the m partnership^bere'ufor* *Tl tlig between the andervltrned un^der the Arm name of Steele * Nelli u thl* day dla^solved by mutual romcswt. Both pertte* ,..n^tlnue In the real eatai hualnee*. Mr SbM^l* m th*^old office, Broadwste' mssb, Main *tre*t, and Mr^Netil In r uni ^i and 7, Aebby hlork. Main *tr**t^Either party 1* authorlaed to r*r^tpt for demi^In favor of *nd to pay (Vtnands against said trm JOHNs M NEILL T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN MINING^^-^.INERY ! AgriculturalImplements, Jostrt'tvh.Ml, a Urge stock of Bement^o Son's Celebrated ^ Maine ^ and u Brown M BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLt AND 'STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage R-n n |Heavy ITeam Harness. Ourstock of flue Carriage* and Buggies if* the largest and most complete evei^4hown in Helena. Afull line of Mine and Mill nupplien embracing Blake Steam Tumps, Kevert^Rubber Co. Mechanical goodH, Common Sense Whim* etc., etc. Sendfor CircularM aud Price List. Steamboat Block, corner of Main ntreei^and Helena avenue. 3.O. AHHBY U.A. BKOADWATH S.C. Ashby^Co. HELENAAND GREAT FALLS SWEET'SPATENT 'Common Sense^ ^Arctic^ and ^Manitoba. BOBSLEDS. 1Mitchell^ Farm and Spring Wagons, FineCarriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Buckboards,Road Carts, Etc., ttc HARNESS,BARB WIRE, VICTORFEED MILL WALLTENTS. WAGON COVERS, ETC^FURST ^^, BRADLEY HARROWS,HOOSIER DRILLS, DEDERICKHAY PRESSES BailingTies, J^tc. Ktc. IMPORTEDFRENCH Draftand Pereheron Horses Welave just arrivfd from centra^Illinois with a shipment of imported^French Draft and Pereheron BteUliOM^and Mares of superior style action and^colors. Also a number of high grade^French Draft Stallions which we v ill^sell at Eastern Prices. Every animal^guaranteed a bleeder. Call and exam^ine our stock and judge for yourself oi^its merit. BAKER^ CLARK BROS , Helena, M. T. Headquartersat Breck ^ Fisher s Livery and Sale Barn. F.S. LANG ^ CO. (INCOKPORATKD.) WH0LK8ALK AND KKTAIL. Ranges,Stoves, Crockery, GLASSWAREAND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Granite Iron, Copper and Tinware. MarbledGlassware,Bohemian Vases, PalmettenGlassware,Mush and Milk Sets, JapaneseChina.China Dinner Sets. OPAQUECHINA, DECORATED AND PLAIN. Haviland'sChina, Decorated and Plain. Cupsand Saucers, Salad Sets, IOB ORBAM SBT8, WINE SETS, ROCHB8TER LAMPS. 41Aurora^ Quadruple Plated Silverware, THE BCBT IN THE WORLD. ATTENTIONLADIES! UBveyou tmn the Finest Line of ALLISOnjAEASURE. Passageby the Senate of the Substi^^tute Tariff Bill After a Division^on Party Lines. THEDAY IN THE HOUSE. Report of the House Committee^Amending the Naturalization^Laws -Additional Arguments^in Favor of Utah. Evening^ Party Slippers Intadreseed Kid, Beaded, ever ebown In the West. lfvyoo would like^to nee them call on F.E. GAGE di CO., No. 25 Upper Main St WAMiiNt*ToN,Jan. at^ Vest pr^*eDt*Ml^a ludicrous allt'j(t*d memorial from uYntisU,^asking the bounty of a dollar each for^teeth extracted, ^In order to encourage^home industry, lower the coat to patients,^encourage the Immigration of dentists from^other parts of the world, thereby making a^bitttf market for the agrirulturae-^sml^other products of this country.^ The sen^^ate resumed consideration of the tariff bill,^the pending (question being on the amend^^ment offered hy Keagan to the wool aec-^tlon. Morrill read some remarks to the^general effect that the republican party^was alwa^s ready to reduce the tariff^whMre It could safely be done. Morrillcontinued, sa^lng that Krgland^by free trade had tiitrnnced her landed cs^tates i^ trade supremacy abroad. The^Mill* bill was a distinct ahaiidotinu tit of^protection, particularly ^ s regards agricul^^ture. A tariff reduction on sugar would^reduce the cost lo the consumer not less^than a cent a pound, and the proposed^iHtuiit) on siigsr would multiply the 8TOBB^of the farmer hy the introduction of a per^maneiit and protiwhle crop. Keagun made^an argument in favor ot his amendment^changing the duty on all grades and kinds^of wool to 25 per cent advalorem. Coke^expressed his resdiness to vote to put wool^on the free list whenever all manufactures^w. n- put on the free list. Reagan's amend^ment was n jected^yeas 22, nays II.^Hrown and Payne voted no. Vauce mowd^a proviso that no art it 11 in the wool and^woolen schedule should pay s duty exceed^ing 75 percent, athslornn; rej. cted^yeaa^27, nays 88 Hrown voted aye. I'awie no. Thewheduleot wood and woodenware^ware wh.^ then taken up. Aldrich reported^an amendment to insert In paragrsph 2ul^the words ^white pine, #).6() per 1,000feat,^tnfsrd ineKSiire;^ agreed to. Vest sWVM^to amend paragraph 207 (as to nine clap^boards) by striking oufl the words, 1 N BBS^I.(Ms).^ and inserting ttie words ^shall be^admitted tree oi duty.'' Stock bridge op^posed Vest's amendment. Vancemoved to amend Vest's aim nd^ment by makirg it apply to all lumb r^paragraphs. Ve*t auaiu took the rlooi and^commented on trusts generally aud par^^ticularly on the fact that the great lumber^trusts were now in secret session \n Michi^^gan. A lengthv colloquy of a political i a^ture ensued and finally a vote was takt-n^on Vance's amendmeut, which was ac^^cepted by Vest as a substitute for his own,^and it was rejoctiil^yea^, IV; nays, ^.^Hrown and Call voting agalust It. Jliscock.^on h^ half of the finance committee, offered^a proviso which was agreed to, that In case^of the imposition of export duties on sawed^lumber by any torelgn government, the^duty on such sawed lumtter shall remain ^s^under the present law. Aldrich, on behalt^of the finance commlttie, moved to insert^after paragraph 207 the words ^reeds ^y^per cent, sdvaloreui, chair cane 16.^ A iw .^to increase the rate on sawed bosrd bs-^hogany, etc., (paragraph 216) from 16 to DU^per cent, advalorem: agreed to. Voorheessubmitted several remarks on^trusts, . principally 1st a poUM^*ai vsSf^^SluTinan offered a proviso which was^agreed to, to paragraph 2r^7, in taxing fresh^fish one-half cent per pound, that the duty^shall not apply to fresh (ish caught hy citi^^zen* ol the I nited Mates on the high seas^or In the open waters of the lakes forming^the boundary batWflBfJ the Ignited Mates^and Canada. N umerous amendments^were reported from the finance ooBiBlHBM^and agreed to without objection, among^them the following: Reducing the duty^onnickleore for the nickel therein con^tained trom three to two.'ents.and on nickel^in matte, from 10 to 5; reducing the ou v^oq eiM-oa matting from 10 to s cents per^pmiare yard and on cm'(^a matn from 5 to^4 cents p**r square font. arm tiding the pro^^viso to paragraph 162 so as to make It read^'^ That all iron or steel wire valued at more^than 6 cents per pound,^ Instead of 10^cents, shall pay a duty of not less than 86^l^ercent ad valorem, inserting In paragraph^417 I which tmiMises s duty of 86 per SBBl ad^valorem on manufactures of leather, gutta^pet elm, etc,) tbe words ^vul^^canized India rubber, known as^hard rubber ^ Kuatis moved to amend^paragraphs 21V and 220t in the sugar^schedule hy reducing the rate on sugar^ahove No. l'^ sod not above No. 20, Dutch^standard, from I '^ to 1 \ cents per pound,^snd on sugar altove No. 20 from 2 cents to^l\ cents. Rejected- \eas 22, nays :tl^Keagan moved to amend the hill by adding^a section imposing a graded Income tax.^Rejected. I'.iragraph 412 (calf skins, etc.)^was amended by Increasing the ad valorem^rates rui sheep and goatskins from 25 per^^Bff cent, and on skins from morocco from^10 to 16 per cent. The amendments re^^ported yesterday from the finance commit^tee to paragraph S21, as to stockings, hose,^etc , were agreed to. Manlord offend as an amendment the^bill heretofore Introduced by him, to an^thori/.^ the producers of pure sweet wines,^who are also distillers, to use free of tax,^the wiue spirits necessary to fortify such^pure sweet wines up to the alcohol r^strength of 14 per cent; agreed to. The^amendment heretofore off- r^*d by Hrown^to the rice paragraph, was rejected. On^this vote Camer ^n, Mltctiell, I'Juiub and^Quay voted with the democrats and Hates,^l'^ ir^, Ulodgett, Cockrell, Coke, Faulkner,^Harris, Jones, of Arkansas, Reagan, Tur-^pie. Vest and Walthall with 'he republi^^cans. On motion of Aldrich the paragraph^finally was amended by making Cue ratea^on cleaned, nneieaned, aud broken^rice or rlne flour 1, \% and 1H^cents. IMumb moved to Insert^an additional paragraph relating to a^treasury depsriment comiulsalou to be^known a* the customs cummiaston; agreed^to without division. It provides for the^appointment by the president, with the ad^^vice and coitser.t of the senate, of five ^'Hi^mlstoners to hold ofn^e two, thre^, four,^five and six years respectively, not more^than three of them to be of the same polit^leal party. The salary Is fixed at 17.600^per annum, with a permanent .Jhce at^Washington. Theamendment reported from tha fin^^ance committee to paragraph 2S7, as to^oranges, lemons and llmea was agrei*d to.^It Increases the rate per package (accord^Ing to capacity) from 10, 20. and 40 rente,^to 16. 26, and 60 cents, and from ft cents for^every additional cubic foot to pi rents. AI^derson offered an amendment (agreed to)^repealing the provision requiring a^stamp to be affixed to every^box of Imported clgarn to Indicate^the inspection thereof by custom officers.^The amendment reported from the finance^comniltUe as to paragraph 688 (putting^rough diamonds, etc., on the free list), thn^words ^and jewels to be u^ed in the manu^^facture of watches,^ was agreed to -yeaa,^82: nays,27. Various other amendment*^were offered and rejected. On motion of^Allison the date for the bill tngo into effect^waschanred from Feb. 1. IHftV, to July 1.^lftfftj. There being no further amendmenU^^ ffered a vote was taken, first on agreeing^to the substitute and scend on the passing^of the hill. Jioth votes were Identical^^yea*. 82: nays, SO; all the affirmative votes^being republican and the negative demo^^cratic. The senate at ft p rn. adjourned. Tinnoi'sk. Sometime was consumed In an endeavor^by Crisp, Oeonrta. Ui aerur* action on the^contested election cose of .Smalls vs. Klllott.^The house refused to consider it After a^delay of half an hour, caused by filibuster^^ing by Cheadle, Indiana, the house went^Into nommlttee of the whole on the river^and harbor bill. Aftersome filibustering McAd to, New^Jersey, moved to strike out the appropria^^tion for the Improvement of Ahnape har^^bor, Wisconsin. The advocate* . f other^Improvements talked In a desultory way^foj some time, when McAdoo's motion waa^lost and the house adjourned. THE NATURALIZATION LAWS. T*stof ^ Bill Pr*p*r*d by a Houa* Com^mitt** to Am*nd th* Praaant Lawa Wakhinoton,Jan. 22.^The Oates sub^committee on naturalixatlon to-day re^isuted to the judiciary committee of the^house a bill prepared In lieu of all others^amendatory of the naturalization laws.^The provisions of the bill briefly stated are:^A requirement that an alien must reside^for five ^ears In the United States before^he can ttecome a citizen; that at the eiplra-^tion of that time he must appear in court^aud prove his residence, good moral char^^acter and fitness for cltlxenshtp. In case^of a United Mates court, notice of his In^^tention must tie served upon a representa^live of tbe I lolled States, and likewise In^case of a slate court, a representative of^the state government must be notified and^Attend the hearing. The present require^^ment of the declaration of lutentlon to be^^come a citizen is dispensed with. The bill^will be discussed Saturday. ThoUtah Cass Wamhinotom,Jan. tL^ Judge Wilson,^ot this city, concluded his argument to day^In behalf of tbe ad ui Ish ion of Ctah terri^^tory as a state of the union before the^house committee on territories, lie argued^that when a territory had population auf-^licient to entitle it to representation in^congress, with other conditions incident to^I Isasj population, there waa moral oblige^UOB resting on the govemmeut to admit^that territory as a state, lie declared that^not two per cent, of the present adult pop^^ulation of the territory ever practiced^polygamy. He argued that the tenets of^the Moimon chinch required the people t .^obey the laws of the state. That was one^of the fundamental tenets of the church.^He maintained congress had full power to^make such a compact with the pro^potted state as would secure the sup^pressiou of polygamy. It the state^violated the compact congress would have^the power to enforce the terms or relegate^the state bsck Into a territorial condition^and resume control. Atthe conclusion of the address Dele^^gate Smith, of Arizona, addreased the com^^mittee in favor of admission. NationalCapital Culling*^Washington, Jan. 22.^ The secretary^of war has transmitted to congress a letter^from Oeu. Casey, chief of the engineers,^slating it would cost $300,000 to make a^twenty-foot channel In the Willamette^between Portland and Oswego, Oregon. ItIs said the California delegation In^congress will soon meet to endorse M. M^Kstee tor a cabinet position. Thesecretary of the treasury baa ap^^pro, ed the recoinndatlon of Acting Ap praierStearns, of New York, for the re^^moval of nine examiners and samplers In^ii r appraiser's office, aa the result of a^recent examination Into alleged frauds^there. ConsulOeneral Sewall, of Samoa, has^returned from New York and expects to^appear again to morrow morning before the^Semite committee on foreign relations. It^is probable at that meeting action will be^taken expressing the committee's, oplnlou^upon the situation at Samoa. Thearmy retiring board appointed to ex^^amine Judge Advocate Oeneral Swalm for^retirement found him not Incapacitated for^active service. Tbepresident has approved the findings^of the hoard, and the status of the case re-^malna unchanged. SenatorStanford has proposed an amend^^ment to the tariff bill reducing the rate of^the tax on fruit brandy to five cents a^gallon. Theeonferees on the Nicaragua bill have^agreed The following house amendments,^it U believed, have been dropped or modi^ii^*i: requiring thai W percent of the capi^^tal stock be paid up before any bonds are^sold; providing for printing across the face^of the bonds notice that the United States^Is not respons ble for them, and allowing^the United Status to fix tbe rates of tolls on^the canal. Ihe I nited states steamer ^issippee has^been ordered to proceed to A spin* all with^^out delay for the protection of American^interests on the latnmus. Vmojnii Vindication. Washington,Jan. 22.^The vindication^of Judge Vincent, who was removed from^the office of chief justice of New Mexico by^President Cleveland a year ago last sum^^mer, and who was recently offered the^chief justiceship of Montana by the presl^dent, was made complete to- lay, so far aa^the administration could effect It. In the^supreme court Attorney-General Oarland^moved that Judge Vincent be admitted to^practice, eulogizing him In the warmest^terms, whereupon his name was placed on^the roll of attorneys. ToOlspoa* of Dud Tlmbsr WAhiiiNUToN,Jan. 22.^Senator Dawes^today introduced the following hill: ^Thst^dead timber, standing or fallen, on Indian^reservations or allotments the fee to which^remains In the United States, may be^felled, cut, removed, sold or otherwise du^posed of by Indians residing on said reser^^vations or allotments for their benefit, or^under such regulations as the president of^the l ulled Stales may prescribe. Th*Mlnl*t*r Wa* Inaano 1'ATTKHHON,N. J., Jan. 22. Kev. Mr.^Lockwood, pastor of the Reformed church^at Fairfield, while suffering from acute^dementia last night, made a horrible at^^tempt to burn up his family. Ills wife and^^ hMdren, owing to his wild threats to kill^them, barricaded themselves In a portion^of the house. The mad man then kindled^a fire In the center of the back room, and^as the floors and furniture blazed up, the^husband and father made threats to brain^the meml^ers of his family If they attempted^io escape. A neighbor, attracted hy the^flames, gave the alarm and people oiiickly^gathered and secured the maniac minister^and rescued his family Just In time to savo^them from being burned to death. JubilantArabs^Zanziiiab, Jan. 22 The Arabs have^made the evacua Ion ot the coast by the^Germans the first condition to the release^of the missionaries captured by them, rhe^naval garrison of Dares Salam has been^compelled to withdraw, owing to a severe^outbreak of fever. Further fighting occur^^red at liagomy Saturday. Thecoaat Arabs^are Jubilant over recent victories and cap^ture* The Italian war ship Dogall haa^withdrawn from tbe blockade. l,arge^shipments of arms and ammunition are ar^^riving from lielglum, Kngland and Off^many. The British Indians are preparing^s petiimn demanding compensation for the^ruin brought upon their trade by the fight^^ing between the Insurgents and German*. CIVENTOJARDIFF. TheFifteen-Round Contest Between^Jim Felt and Patsy CardiI! Re-^suits in the Latter s Favor. SOME SAVAGE WORK. FellNot a Though Wished Matchfor Hia Antagonist,^Neither Was Badly Pun-^Awarded the Minneap olisMan On a Foul Th*Croak Wins. s it*NToN, Jan. 22.^A wrestling match^catch as-catch can, between the Jap, Mat^ssda Soraklchl, aud the Greek, Antonio^Pierre, resulted In a victory for the latter aftera terrible struggle. In whleh the Jap^was strangled so that blood flowed from^bis nostrils. He won the first bout, in the^second he was strangled and downed. In^the third in spite of weakness he atruggled^for forty seven minutes before the Greek^succeeded In downing Jiltn. The crowd^was eieeedingly exasperated at the rough^treatment accorded the Jap, and there waa^nearly a riot at one time. Minneapolis,Jan. 22.^The fifteen-^round contest with small gloves, Queens-^bury rules, between ratav Cardiff, of Min^^neapolis, aud Jim Fell, ttie champion^heavy weight of Michigan, came off this^evening, in the first four rouuCa Fell was^on the aggressive and got in some heavy^blows. Card ill claimed first blood In the^second round In the next three rounds^the honors were about even, hut In the^eighth Cardiff began to rush and did some^effective work In that aud the succeeding^rounds. In the eleventh Fell seemed to^weaken and the most of his blows were not^effective, while Cardiff did some telling^work. From this time It was apparent^Cardiff had the best of It The fifteenth^round was a rough and tumble, in Which^Fell tried hard I ^ hold his own, even when^forced against the ropes. Finally the men^begau t^ tight savagely, clinching and^wrestling in defiance of the referee's^orders. Cardiff's friends claimed a foul^and the referee gave htm the tight on that^ground. Neither man was badly punished,^although Cardlll's condition was the best WASBOODLE USED Th*Minnesota L*gl^latur* Investigating San^^atoria! to iiter v Ohargaa. Minneapolis.Jan. 22 ^The Minnesota^house of representatives adjourned until^tomorrow without balloting for ( tilted^States senator, pending lite Investigation^of charges of bribery in connection with^the senatorial light. Thesenate considered the bribery mat^^ter In secret *cMatoti for two hours to-day,^and a partial report was made which com^prised charges in which Sciiabir lliickmau^in an eloquent speech said were ^made hy^men whose characters would not hear very^close investigation ^.senator Ward,another^strong Sablu man and a member of the^investigating committee, announced that^both Washburn and Mibin had been impli^^cated in the charges made and he would^vote for neither. The substance ot the^partial reports offered hy the committee^was that one man was offered a good gov^eminent position if he would vol^for Sahin. Another claims t*^ have been^offered *I,0C'J to vote for Washburn, while^a third says a Washburn man gave litm^wine until was so drunk tie did not know^Whether he received mi) iimney (fr not. Ata quarter before midnight the hear^^ing was concluded, the doors opened aud^the senate proceed) d to vote for a I'nited^Stales senator. Senator Daniels nominated^^!eu. W. 1^. Washburn. No nomination^was made hy the dunoctals and they re^^frained from voting, several senators^made brief remarks alMiut the alleged hn^bery. The ballot resulted: Wsshhurn. 24;^^. M. Wilson. 2; Knute Nelson, 1. The^vote was completed at 12:lfi and the senate^adio timed. WRfitAPiitr.n,in., .1an.19.-~tn ar^parBCr^^sessions ot ttie legislature Senator ( u I Join^received a majority of both houses for^I nited States senator. Tkknton,N. J., Jan. 22 In separate^session to day Sewell received a niaj irity^of bolh houses for i'nited states senator. Auhtin,Tea., Jan. 22.^The senate and^house re-elected Hon. Kn hard Coke I'nited^States senator without opposition. Th*ToHan* Blund*r*d St.bona, Jan. 22. A dispatch from^Austin, Texas, referring to the blunder^committed by the presidential electors ot^that state In not slgniug their names on the^envelope containing the vote of Texas, aud^its consequent non acceptance yesterday^bj Acting Vice Preeldent lugalls, says^(Ut\ Koas Immediately telegraphed all tin^electors to meet at Austin at once and pre^pare another return. There || some chance^of not being able to do this In time, ^*^some of the electors live in remote parts of^the state. If there is a delay on their part^or loss of even two hours' time on the part^of the messenger, the count will have to bo^made without l exns. Blain*Vol** Bayard * Block Hai.timouk,Jan. 22. Hon. James U^lllalne presided at the annual meeting ot^the West Virginia Central ^ Pittsburg^railroad today snd caused some aiuust^ment by voting the proxies of .Secretary^Hay ard. Hon. W. II. Ilarnum reMgned^from the directory. Illaitie told un aVtefl^elated I'icsh reprettiiilalive, when asked^^Will you be our next secretary of state */'^^That ' onid be belter answered at Indian^a polls. 1ho Edict ag*Inst MiQIynn's Followers. KkwVokk, Jan. 22 -Archbishop Corri-^gan's circular regarding Dr. Metilytin's^meetiugh and the Auti Poverty S'm-lely,^Bttd tliowe who at tend them, was read at all^the maxsen in the various Catholic church^es of this city Sunday. Some priests com^merited strongly on the netmji of 1 ^r.^Mctilynn in continuing his tirade of ahus*^against the church authorities. ProhibitionIn Pennsylvania HaKltlMiii uo, l'a., Jan., 22.^A Joint^resolution proposing au amendmeut to the^constitution prohibiting the sale or manu^fact ore of Intoxicating liquors waa passed^by the house to-day. The resolution then^Went to the sedalo. CRUSHEDTO DEATH AnAccident on the Montana Central, by Whi h^J. A. Hulslon Loaoa His Life UiTTB, Jan. 22.^[Special to the Inde^^pendent]-hast night about S o'clock a^wood extra ol the Montana OH tral met^with au accident on the high trestle over^Yankee Doodle gulch, five mllea east of^this city. The engine and three cars^passed over the trestle all right, but the^last car was thrown over the side of the^trestle, a distance of seventy-five feet, to^the bottom of the gulch. The accident was^due to the breaking of a wheel. The train^was on a heavy down grade and was en-^tirvly under control, as Is shown by the^fact that all the rest of the train remained^standing on the track. lirake-^inan J. A. liazleton was at^Bis post of duty on the car that went off the^track. Ills head was crushed by the falling^wood, and his breast bone caved In. He^lived till V:ft^ o'clock this morning. He^was unmarried, about 9U years old and^lived In Helena, where he was formerly on^the police force. An inquest was held on^bis rumalns this afternoon and the com-^pauy exonerated from all blame. The^damage has been repaired, and tbe Mon^^tana Central trains to St Paul will leave at^the usual time tomorrow. OutHis Throat With ^ Rasor,^Chic aoo, Jan. 22-Frederick W. Kid^well, treasurer and w^ stern manager of the^Manufacturers' Paper company, ef New^York, was found dead in his room In^(irace hotel today, having cut his throat^with a razor. His wife Is at present In^New York, and his friends here know of^no motive tor the suicide. BigFire in the Cuke Meglon. Pittmiu'Hu,Jan. 21.^ A fire Is raging at^tke Jackaon uiNies, near Jackaon, in the^Connelisville coke region. The mines are^owned by J as Cochrane A Sons, and are^among theoldeai in the coke region. It is^feared the mines will be totally destroyed PoisonedNor Ulster* Coi.L'MitL'H,^ia., Jan. 22. -A special from^Mechanicsvllle, Ala., says the 17-year old^daughter of Joe Weeks, colored, top 11^four of her younger *tstcr%to take poison^Two of them have died and the others suf^fered terribly. The girl admits the crnm Th*Waahlngton Park tntrles.^Chk aoo, Jan. 22 - The entry lists for^the seven stakes offered by the Washing tonPark Jockey^completed to day.^thirty horses were^160 over last year. HEIS HOME AGAIN. SheriffJefferis Arrive* From the^Northwest Territory With Geo.^Godas, the Murderer. THELATTER CHEERFUL. Detailsof the Trip and What the Half-^Breed Under Sentence of Death^Hat to Say About Hit Crime^and Sentence. clubwire practically^Thirteen hundred and^booked, an increase of BoatonWool Msrkel IftuHTON,Jsn. 22.^Wool the past week^has been firm and in fair demand, with^prices unchanged on territory and other^unwashed grades. Boundfor 8amoa. London,Jan. 22 ^A cruiser belonging^to the British Australian sgundron has^been dispatched to Nairn a, where she will^arrive at the end of the current week. aComplicated Vorriaao Probtvm.^Quebec special: John A. Flanagan and^Miss I .mm* Murphy were mart led here by^a Proteataut clerg^mau under a license^signed by the lieutenant governor. A few^days afterwards the Lrlde was induced to^leave her husband hy relatives, who as^^sured her that the marriage was invalid.^It Is claimed that under the French law,^which governs such cas**s in this province,^the marriage of Catholics by a Prote*taut^clergyman Is not binding or legal. An ap^^peal will probably be taken to tbe highest^British tribunal. Th* Band Oc ul** Coal Fields,^i. i.i \i Kali s, Jan. 22.^|Special to the^Independent.) Prof. (1. C. Swallow, of^Helena, lias just returned from the Sand^Cou lee coal fields, where he has been tor^the purpose of examining a large area of^coal land. He expresses In stronger terms^than ever his high opinion of this excellent^coal. He says there is a vast area of coal^In this part of Montana, and that the de^^velopments In the near future will show^the coal flelda extend from Smith river^skirting the licit mountains i southeast to^Sand Coulee and Belt Creek, and thence as^far east as Judith ^3ap, a distance of 12ft^mllea. Advicesfrom Crookston say Dr. Brown^may be released to-morrow, the authorities^being reluctant to hold him any longer. Emigrantsfor Northern Montana. (iitKATFalls, Jan. 22. (special to the^Independent. | There Is a large colony of^Scandinavians coming early neat spring^from Minnesota and northern Iowa to set^^tle In this vicinity. These people will^bring their horses and cattle with them^ami will be prepared at once to carry on^farming and stockratsing combined. This^clans of immigrants has proven to be^among the most valuable In Minnesota, as^they are very frugal and industrious.^There will be also a large Immigration of^farmers from Ohio, Michigan and Wiscon^^sin during the present season. Communi^^cations are being constantly received hy^the townsltc company from many people^who are preparing to come to northern^Montana, and sa a general rule they will^all ship out more or less live stock. Montana'aBheop Industry (iitKATFalls, Jan. 22. | special to the^Independent. | ( hah. (iihson, one of the^largest sheep owners in Montaua, was in^^terviewed on tbe theep outlook and said:^^In all my experience 1 never knew sheep^to be in tsattttf condition than at present^They are as fat as seals. Ttie Montana^wool crop In the coming seaaou will not^fall short of lO.OUO.OUU pounds and as Mon^^tana wool leads all other wools on the con^^tinent In point of uuallty and desirability,^It it safe to estimate the net product to the^witolgrowers at not less than $2 02U,0U0. In^addition to this the sale of Hiirplus sheen^by the Mock owners of Montana will^amount this year to $2.(*JU,^MJ0 more. The^sheep Interests of this territory are in a^very sound and prosperous condition and^no branch of the live stock business u more^proHperous. TELEGRAPHICBREVITIES. \pig Iron trust is being formed at Louis^ville, Ky. IsaacBell, Jr., ex I'nited States minister^to the Netherlands, died Sunday. KingJohn, of Abyssinia, is making^preparations for a war with the king of^Shoa. Threehnndred houses were destroyed in^Sarahat valley, Turkey, yesterday, by an^earthquake. MissHarriet Coffin, the heiress,, who Is^mad over actor K^rle Bellow, was tsken to^M ddietown insane asylum yesterday. JohnWamiHiuaker left Philadelphia yes^terday for Imlntnapolis. A friend of his^rtnid to a reporter that he went hy invita^^tion and not of his own volition. Barf,Thomas Marcy, a superanuated^Methodist clergyman at Newton, com^^mitted suicide Monday night. He was 75^years old. ItIs alleged that 2.000,000 women regit^terod and voted laat week in hi gland,^Scotland and Wales for members of city^councils. F.I). Knchtsamen, a wealthy retired^banker of Hohoken, S. V., suicided by^shooting yesterday. His mental faculties^have been falling for some time. LadySallabury and Lady Koseherry^called at the residence of Phelps, I'nited^states minister, yesterday and presented^Mrs. Phelps a superb bracelet. TheChicago anarchists had another big^meeting on Sunday, and listened to a rabid^speech hy Paul (iroltkau, of Milwaukee.^The police did not Interfere. Examinationof the books of Kev. A.^Pearce. secretary of the Planters' and Met-^eh mts' Insurance company, who left M^bile, Ala., last week, discloses a shortage of^over $2U.(MI0. BridgetKelly, a woman of loose morals,^died in the police station at Pitts ^urg, Pa.,^yesterday, from the effects of the ravish^ment of eight men Sunday night Five of^the men have been arrested. Thedead lock In the West Virginia sen^^ate, which !. id lasted since the Wth Inst^waa br dcen Monday evening on the 12fUh^ballot by the election of Carroll, union^labor, aa president. TheIrish Parliamentary Fund Asaocla^tlon of America has issued an appeal to the^liberty loving people of free America for^money to help Parnell defend his suit^against the Times. PatrickBradley, a married man, ar^rested last week at Philadelphia, charged^with assaulting little girls whom he en^tlced to lonely places, was yesterday sen^t ie ed to twenty nine years aud eight^months imprisonment. Inadensefegyesterday a freight train^crashed luto the rear of an accommodation^train on the 1'ulon Pacific in the suburbs of^Omaha. Johu Connors, brake man, wat^killed and a number of passengers seri^ously bruised. Apassenger train on the Kaat Tennessee^road ran into a freight at Rogers' station,^Tenn., last evening The engineer, fire^^man and a man named Kufus Petty, of^Johnson City, Tenn., were killed and sev^^eral other* slightly injured. Theweather In the trans-Caspian terii^tory Is very aeveie. The port of Usunada^is entirely frozen over ana whole herds o^cattle have perished on the steppes, while^the inhabitants are suffering great hard^ships. TheI 'ntted States supreme court hat de^^cided that a broker who failed to obey the^Instructions of his principle to convert cer^tain st'K*ks into other stocks Is liable for^damages, where the stock ordered to be^bought advances in value. Thesouth-bound pattenger train on the^Philadelphia A Beading read ^esterday^ran Into the end of a freight train near^Locust Gap, and Engineer Wetmer, of the^passenger train, waa fatally Injured. The^passengers were badly ahaken up. but no^one except Weliner was seriously injured. (reorgeftodas,the half-breed murderer,^It once more In the county jail. Sheriff^Jetferlt arrived wltb him about 6 o'clock^yesterday evening. As the train pulled In^a crowd of two hundred or more people^bad collected at the Montana Central depot^to catch a gllmpte of the now notorious^prisoner. In general appearance (iodas is^greatly Improved since he left here, being^much fleshier and showing that he has re-^ceivi^d good treatment. Sheriff Jefferis^said hit behavior during the trip waa ex^^ceedingly good and that not for one mo^^ment did he give any trouble. Ue said the^statement that (todas lumped from the^train to escape is absolutely false. The iniKoner was quite cheerful and talkative^all the way until he came within sight of^Helena. Several who noticed him say hit^ounteuance suddenly showed a pallor aa^he reall/.id where he was at last, and that^he seemed deeply thoughtful. When he^stepped from the train he teemed to regain^his spirits, but paid no attention to the^crowd which gathered around him. A hack^waa in readiness, and the sheriff and bit^ward ttepped in and were rapidly^driven to the county jail, where^another anxious crowd had congre^^gated to get a glimpse. The prisoner^alighted rather sprightly and exchanged^turtesies with the oft1^*lals as they recog^^nized him. ^Hello (George,^ said Jailor^Witten. Hello! Well, I'm back home^again,^ cheerfully responded (iodaa. The^distinguished guest wat well received at^the jail, and knowing that he waa due yes^teruay, the most elaborate cell In the place^was reserved for him. It la called the^bridal chamber, being the cell set apart for^female prisoners. It it In this cage that^Oodas will remain under a death watch,^two special guards having been employed^to watch him. liehas aeouuTtsI a much better ute of^the hngiish language than he had when^bete ht tore. In relation to hit capture Ins^story doc* not mater.ally differ from that^related in these columns before, lie says^he ^stood ott^ one man who attempted to^arrest him single handed, but the mounted^police proved un^ much for him. He denies^tin stories; sent heie to the effect that he^said he would not be taken to Helena alive.^He stoutly claims that he is Innocent, how-^ver, ot the crime for which he waa con^^demned to hang. SheriffJefferis has been gone ten days^snd does not appear anv the worse from^his trip. He arrived at Kegtna at 7 o'clock^m the morning of the lKth, and burned^nt i.mul to arrange tor the custody of (iodaa.^He went to the headquarters of tbe mount^d polnv snd met the commissioner, mtrt -^limed hlu.self and stated his mission, lie^said he was accorded every courtesy In^procuring the pro-oner. He tirat settled,^lo^ expense bill and the reward, which^amounted to ftMO. Of this was for the^^oit^ e who made the capture and ^310 for^teeplng and feeding the prisoner. After^presenting his requisition papers he re^^quested that the prisoner be brought to the^train and told them to say nothing to^Coda* of where he was going, (iodat waa^furnlthed with a suit of clothes of The^Canadian tlyle, Including a toboggan cap^and big woolen leggings. Ue was kept in^tbe barracks about two irrileB from Keglna,^aud while there w as under a special guard.^The soldiers at the place seemed glad that^he waa to be taken away, as^It relieved them of patrolling night^and day in the cold, by turnt.^Godas was taken from ttie barracks In a^wagon with his hands shackled. He^seemed deeply Interested in knowing^whi te he was being taken, and not until he^was in the car and introduced to Sheriff^Jefferlt had he any idea he was on hit way^to Montana. The train pulled out of Re-^glna about noon. Sheriff Sefferls having^transacted all his business since 7 o'clock^in the morning of the same day. (iodaa^occupied a gissl deal of Mr. Jefferis' time^the first few hours In protesting his Inno^^cence, but finding the sheriff not greatly^Interested in his conversation, he dropped^the subject Arriving at Winnipeg that^night, and having some business^to attend to, Sheriff Jefferlt^remained over the night and had Uodaa^plaoed in jail there. They left Winnipeg^the following morning at U:3uand ban to^stop again at (irand Forks, where they re^^mained a ctaiplc of days, (iodas being fur^^nished quarters In the (irand Forks Jail.^While there he sold a cartridge belt to one^^d the prisoners for IW) cents, which he In^^vested In tobacco. After leaving Grand^Farks, which wss Monday morning, they^came right through without any delay,^reaching here last evening as stated.^Sheriff Jefferis says that Godas Is about the^best prisoner he ever traveled with. He it^an enormous eater, said Mr. Jefferis, and^can getaway with more food In one day^than an ordinary person can In three.^While not engaged in eating he was iruok-^mg, and used up a good many cigars. (ieorge(iislas has had a long vacation,^and since the time he was captured at Kd-^ninuston the county has been put to a great^expense to regain him. He escaped from^the county jail Sunday, July 15, 1HH8, in^company with Sam Williams and kill I^Davis, hy cuttiug a hole 7x14 Inches In the^Pauley ceils. He was under sentence of^death for the murder of Farmer Knibody,^ami was to have been hanged the 10th of^last August. The supreme court wat In^session at the time and an appeal for a new^trial for Godas wat to have been oontld-^ered. it being the general Impression at the^tune that a new trial would be granted. Thedetails of the crime for which (ieorge^(, d is w.n h. ntenced to be hanged are re^called at this time. On the night of Sep^^tember t, 1HK7, at a quiet little ranch on^I^esrborn creek, Johu Knibody, 70 years of^age, was murdered In his bed by having^his head split open with an axe while^asleep. The murderer then dragged the^body to the center of the Moor and tet the^cabin on fire, but it did not entirely burn,^and when the murdered man was fount!^the next day one side of hit body waa^bad I v cbsrred. The murderer fled, and aa^two norsct together with the man who^worked for Kmbi/dy were t dsslng, the^coroner's jury returned a verdict to tbe^effect that: he old man was murdered by^(ieorge Godas. The farmer had the day^previous to Ms murder disposed of his^ranch and stock realizing $1,260 and the^following day Intended to start east to visit^his wife and children who reside^lu New York. Kvery circumstance pointed^to the guilt of (iodas, who wat a stranger^on the Dearborn. After his capture, which^was several days after the murder was^committed, he wat brought to this city,^where he was tried and received a death^sentence. Be claims he wat not fairly^dealt with at the time of his trial, saying^he was allowed to see his attorney only^twenty minutes before he was brought into^court. DemocraticPapar for Deer Lode*. DantI.oi.oK, Jan. 22.-[Speclal to the^I ml. peiid. et.l-Laat au miner an attempt^wat made to establish a democratic paper^in this city, and the democrats throughout^the territory w re solicited to subscribe for^stock, but the scheme fell through, and hat^since been regarded :*s a dead Issue. But^in the last few days the original promoter*^of the scheme have quietly perfected ar^^rangement* whereby beer Lodge county la^to be represented by a flrst-clasa weekly^democratic paper. ii ltd Marshal It s Kelle) Is at the^head of the c mpany. This fact alone la^sufficient to commend the pMposed publl^cation to the democrats of Montana, aa Mr.^Kel ley it au old time newspaper man and^will spare no pains to make the only demo^cratlc journal in the county worthy gt Its^object