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VOL. XXX. NO. 271
HELENA, MONTANA. friday MORN INC. OCTOBER 18. 1889.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS
CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK,
Itin act crfte.n you can hear of m deni^^er la Vhe Kendy MhiIk article of (Moth
lagissue a challenge ko the Custom
TailorsId equal with their work the^steji ^f |Hdl lit' ih selling, hut hero in^an oonasion where fOV can Bee it.
Takea stroll nlsiut our city, examine^the Suits you see your friends have^worked a Matt t^^ pay for; lis^k at the^ipeoimeiiH displayed nt the tailor simp:.,^anil the* i'oiiii'ilowu to our store; and^if we can't discount them m STYLE,^in PIT, in Al'l'K.YKANCK, in TKX-^TUIIE. and in PRIGS, M irifl lOsBlwH^ex'-ira th^^ corn. MWMl our advertising^contracts ami retire from business.
Youfoolish men ! who have Ihsmi pay^ing $50, UK) and $70 for a Suit of Clot hen,^ooine anil see what we are olfering for^anywhere from $^2^. to *$^^^, and we will^fuaraatee you will regret your reckleas^Waste of Wealth, and hereafter buy^your Clothing from ua.
Butanother point that will interest^you is our cut on
FALLOVERCOATS,^the Finest ^t #18. Take your pick for^$18! Those Silk Lined, Wide Wales,^formerly $.'^^, now $18. Those Beautiful^Kerseys sold for fcir^, now $18. Those^Silk Faced Diagonals, worth **2K, now^$18. There ain't many of them, so to l)e^sure of MOWing your choice MM whiii^before Uiey are all |0M
Toour numerous Laily Patrons, we^would say : Our Department of Cloth^^ing for Boyi and CliiMren is more^worthy of their attention than ever.^Complete in every detail, linen tinnier^oub and varied, we feel that M have^autdoae all former efforts in the display^we make this ^ear
Tnenobby little .Jersey Suits are the^admiration of all that Hee them, while^tlie llush Trimmed Overcoats lin 1 H^10 -have induced purchases from ladies^which had never before failed to send^east when anything wrb needed for the^little fellows. Fully Ljfttt pairs of odd^^airs for the ^little shavers,^ and Flan^^^1 Waists from $1 upwards
TheNational Board of Trade Favors^River Improvements and^a Naval Reserve.
The Torrey Bill Endorsed and^Its Adoption Urged Upon^Congress
HenryWntlrn^nn Speaki on the (Jcneral^state of Ihr ( ountrjr, Particularly ^l^in. Houth.
I..i nii i i Oct. 17.^At the second day's^session of the National Hoard of Trade^to-day resolutions wen^ adopted in subatnnce^as follows: That our rivers mid harbors^should he improved and maintained by the^general government; that congress grant no^charter for s bridge over navigable streams,^unless it imply sufficient in width and^heigbth: that congress should organize a^naval reserve force, and that congress be^asked |o foster tlie merchant marine BJ^every legitimate means. especially to South^Ainericii. The TutfSf bankrupt bill was^endorsed, and a memorial adopted reciting^its virtueM and recommending it to congress^for enactment. A resolution was passed re-^qucstingthe Fun-American congress to take^action for the establishment of a unil of^coinage coiunion to all American people.^The meeting closed to-night with a (fraud^banquet and address by llriiry WaitetBOB.^who s|)oke on the general slate of the^countrv.
Inconcluding liis address Mr. Wutb r^oti^referred to the Kl Dorado, the new south, at^length. Speaking of the richness of the^tii-lils to be opened up there, he added^^Hut what is the value of all this, if we^have not order and law, regulated by an^intelligent and responsible government^^How shall it profit you or us, or anybisly, if^it he n.it brought under the spell of that^wizard's wand which we call civilization,^and to whom shall this mad be coiiiiuittedr^To the Anglo-Saxon, with centuries of eu-^lu'litcned freedom liehuid him, or to the^African, just Biaatgcd from slavery
Noone can comprehend the meaning of^this great menace to the prosperity of the^south, who has not l^een there, who dis s not^live there: nor is it possilile for it to^be treated with wisdom by any other^then local agencies. Cannot the thinking^paofric of the north imagine, if they are nn^able to see this, call they not feel that they^m ly Irast the tetel'igSBOSi the humanity^the Christianity of the south, and the testi^^mony of I few truly reHiHinsible northern^iim n, who lu.ve gone south to deal with the^disease which outside pressure has always^aggravated and will always aggravate^ 1^struggled earnestly and long to establish^the black man and his rig.its under the oou-^stitution and its amendments, but 1 am^tilled with no vain illusions, bop of sym^^pathy and ignorance, lam blow, to some^of tlie dangers that lurk amid I In -'indows^of this great cross which for a mysteri^^ous pur|^ose, 1 know not what. I lieen put^upon the south, but which, I il i know, the^south alone can break, as the -uith alone^has Ixirnc it.
ThrPreliminary Changes Iteinu Impl^for a Ifusy Session.
Wasiiinoton.Oct. 17.^ The International^Marine conference convened this morning.^After preliminaries the conference began^lin- Bonsideratirn of the rules to be followed^in the navigation of all public and private^vessels of the I'nited St ib it upon (be high^seas and in all the coast waters of tin^I'nited States, except within the harhors of^lakes and the inland waters of t he I'nited^States, as a basis for the proposed interim,^tioiial rules.
Thediscussion to-day was based upon the^revised international rules and the rcgul.i-^tions for preventing collisions at sea con^^tained in a circular issued by the I'nited^States treasury department in Kept. 1MS7.^This was adopted at the suggestion of the^American delegates as a basis for action,^because H was in convenient shape and af^^forded a good starting |siint, The votes^upon nggaatioaa or propwitioiis of change^are seldom taken, for the reason that after^the regulations shall have hi . i, thoroughly^discuasi^d I hey will be put into shape fiii^limil acceptance by the committee appointed^for that purpose, and who will Is- guided in^their work by the expressions of the con^^ference.
Antruiinienl lor New Vork.^1'ahis, Oct. 17.^The Temps, in a MM^of the financial results of the existsition,^says before its close the number of people^who will have visited the great show will^reach 3'..t)UI,^U) or more. Heferring to the^proimscd World's Fair in America in lSltl',^letups says it is by no means as certain aa^it secined a month ago that the Americana^will select New Vork for the location of^their ei|sisition, aa Chigcago is making^strenuous efforts to secure it. Commenting^on the availabilities of Chicago as compared^with New York, Temps says: ^We wonder^how many ('hicagoans whocroased the ocean^to visit the exposition of the first city of^France would take the same trouble if the^show had been held in Lyons, our second^city of importance.
PtKHlii,S. I)., Oct. 17.^Hoth branch) s^of the legislstnre yesterday voted separately^*oi I'nited States senators. In the house^K. ft I'ettigrew received 1^K votes, H.^Moody MM, Harth It Tri]^p 14. II. M. Day 14.^In the senate l'ittigr,w and Moody 41,^I ripp and Day 4.
Aresolution was passed asking congress^to make an appropriation for Imring ar^^tesian wells.
Thelegislature met in joint session nt^liism and prcs'eed^ d to canvass the vote for^I nited States senators. They declared^Mixsly and I'ettigrew the senators, with^rousing diet ra. Taw body then adjourned^to meet in January. Kdgertoii's friends to^^day commenced an aeli\e cmnass tor his^ap)Kiintineiit t^^ tin- I'nited Mads judge^^ship and secured the indorsement* of all^the meiiilH-rs of the legislature. Senator^Miasiy, Judge Kdgtrton. the state otlicera^and memlH-rs h it this afteruisiu for Sioux^Falls, where an immense celebration will^occur.
Alliiii.lreil KhiiiIII.. ^re m^r\Inu.
QiEBKc. Oct. 17.^A messenger from^Hishop It..- ^ of I^ahrndo coast, has ar^^rived here with the news that the fisheries^have altogether failed at Esquimaux l'oint.^' and over a hundred families are starving.
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rio|h^-it ( liani.'e^ in Hie rrayrr ll4^ok^Adn|^te^l h) Hie man.
NkwVo^k. ^K-t. 17. - !^^. the F.piscopal^convention to-day the repirt of the s|HH'ial^MMlMM to which Hm niemorial of the^coloreil clergymen was referred was read, a^majority and minority report being pre^^sented. Dr. Philip Hnsiks. who presented^the minority report.said, in speaking of the^church: ^She knows nothing of the color of^a man's skin.^ The reports were made a^special order for Friday. The committee^on const it ut ional amendments reported that^they Were of the opinion the general conven^^tion have power to grant a prcahytci or^deacon the right of appeal. The recom^^mendation of the committee for the inser^^tion in article six of the words ^including^such court of appeals i.s such das-cne may^^ I.. in expedient, was placed on the calen^^dar. The house of bishops this afternoon^non-concurred in the tentative list^ of the^hymnal for the ensuing three years.
Atthe Protestant Episcopal convention^this morning a resolution providing for a^joint committer to prepare a standard^prayer book in UN was adopted After the^adoption of various reports providing for^minor changes in the phraseology of aer.^mons. the house went into committee of the^whole on liturgical revision.
Severalamendiuendiuenta were consul, red^and adopted. The discussion on the pro^^poned adoption of a change in the prayer^tssik, which has ts^en passed by the bishops,^but was not contained in any report, created^a great deal of confusion, but the matter^was voted down. The question of the adop^^tion of the lust prayer in the lasik was then^brought up. Several s|^s^'hes were made^on this, and in the course of the debate Ml.^Handing, a lay member from Missouri, ob^^jected to any more revision. The only per^^sona, he said, who will He lienetited b* the^revision are the hook sellers. Dr. Hunting^^ton closed the debute, and the amendments^pro|s^aed bv the comniittiv Were adopted.
To-night'ssession of the board of mis^^sionaries was occupic' with a discussion of^the $1.^I(W.U^^ endowmeut fund subject.^Filially it was resolved that subset ibi is to^the fuild uiuy, upon demand, receive I heir^inoiicv'buck. if the demands are made with^^in DM year. At the expiration of that^patted the remainder of the fund, which^now amounts to MMM^Mkf expended^for missionary work.
PACKING A .11 I!V.
Thet io^ n Trylnu lo Secure rrole-tmils In^Try m Case.
Pini.iN. Oct. 17.-The trial of Falla r Mr^l'adden and others, for pnrtici|Mi(iiig in tin^murder of Police Inspector Martin at (ilee-^nore, began to day at Maryborough It the^crown attorney succeeds in his evident pur^^pose lo ablate I jury of twelve Bfoa st.mt^,^it will not Is- without many unseemly dis^^turbances. So violent Were the protests to^^day at tile action of the crown in dismiss^^ing every Catholic venire man. that the^prix-eodiugshad to be sus|^ended, p^ ndiug^th^ arrival of a large force of liolice. Iwo^jurymen were accepted hy both side*., hut^told to stand down when the prosec.itmn^was informed they were Catholics. They^refnaed to leave aiid had to he ejected by-^force. In the struggle that ensued several^hot-headed memlHirs of McFadden's tlock^took part and for a tunc it looftwdaa though^a riot would result. A large font of police^is on the way to Marvlsirough from Dub^^lin.
lievv^^ a Daf Laaa^^Mishoi i.a. Oct. 17.^[Special. 1 ^John It.^Higgms, cashier of the lliggins bank, and^son of the lute C.ipt. C. P. Higgms, arrived^at home this morninc. He was found by^the searching party and told of the death of^bis father. Hoping to arrive in time for^the funeral lie rode horseback over a rough^mountain road a distance of fifty-four^miles in fonr hours. The scene at his home^was heartrending when he learned Ins fatlu r^was Mattel the day before.
Ii..i lloilglio.' MUmIoii
Wvhiiinoton.tk't. 17.^It ia reported the^minister to llayti, Fred Doug lata, is com^^missioned hy Btetea to try and convince the^powers in Huyti and San Domingo that^while maintaining their autonomy to put^themselves under the protect'irate of the^I'nited States: furthermore M mister Palmer^ia to see what he can do at Madrid in n^quiet way to scenic the severance of Spam's^relations with Cuba.
Mr.New in Mas a ro^ltion.
CmcAiMi,Oct. 17.^It is scmi-oflicially an^^nounced that W. H. Newiu, late vice-presi^^dent of the Missouri Pacific, has been ajv^taunted second vice-president of the Chieii^go A Northwestern, taking effect Novem^^ber I. As the office of traffic malinger will^be alsilished with the retirement of Mr.^Wicker, Newin will have charge of the traf^^fic of the system.
Simmli-tipon tlie Northern.
CoNcxmn,Oct. 17.^This morning the^Montreal rxpreas over the Northern rail^^road, drawn by two locomotives, ran into^the rear of a freight train near West^Canaan, causing a bad smaah-up. The offi^^cials refuse to give any particulars Tin v^state that none of the trainmen were in^^jured and the only injury to the imsseugers^consists of slight bruises and scratches.
WillNot Iteeognlre Mulaafa.
liriii.m,Oct. 17^The North (ieriuan Ga^^zette aaya it is not unlikely (ierinany will^refuse to recognize Mataafa na king of^Samoa: that it must be assumed the other^powers, parties to the Sanioan treaty, have^similarly expressed themselves, because nt^the conference recently held at Hcrlinull^the repnsu ntatives agreed that Mai'ton^should be king.
Chicaoo,Oct. 17.^The tenth annual Coli-^v.'tition of the American inter-seminary^alliance Is _;an here to-day. The alliance is^C i i |s^scd of theological students of every^Protestant denomination, except the Kjiis-^iopals and liaaforits aim the union of''II^these denominations in home and foreign
Wanttlietio^erinl lo ^ n-o|ierato. II
NkwVork. Oct. 17.^The Mexican board^of commissioners of foreign missions this^morning paastd a resolution calling on the^pn sident of the I'nited States to get con^^gress to lake such action that the I nited^Htates should co-operate with flermnuv and^Orent Hritain in trying to alsilisb slavery^in eastern Africn.
THEHUNT FOR BRIBERS.
TheChicago Grand Jury Leaving No^Stone Unturned to Secure^the Guilty Men.
Employe*of Alexander Sullivan^Under Fire, but Released After^Examination.
A Number ot Indictment* li.nnncl N^,^^Ittrora Secured In the I'ronln ^ use^\ , -lerday.
Cmt'Aito,Oct. 17.^Great excitement pre^^vailed alsiut the grand jury mom (his morn^^ing. Witnesses came and went and officers^were dispatched here and there rapidly, and^ap|M^nrnncca indicated that something im^p.a taut was in progtess. The first witness^was a mnn mimed Kelly. When he came^out he refused to talk to the reporters.^Henry Stoltcnlwrg, the atenographei in^Windes ,V Sullivan'a office, was in for half^an hour, and w hen he came out rushed off^in a great hurry to find Mr Windes. nfter^he bad disappeared that gentleman made^his way into the court house and was ex^amiiied by the grand jury. When he nunc^out of the rismi he said to the reporters he^bad uot told the grand jury much, chiefly^b-cause he d d not know aiiytliiu : they^u ished to hear. He had (Mine around in Hie^interest of Stoltctiberg.
AtI o'clock the grand jury came into^court and hundid in twelve indictments,^eleven of which were on jail esses and the^twelfth I joint bill against Mark Sdoiuon,^John (Iridium. Thomas Cn\utiaugh. Fred^Smith, Jeremiah O'Doiinell, Vlexamler 1,.^Ibinksiaud Joseph heenan. All these men^were Already under indictment for Con-^spnact to brila'jury men. After Mr. Windes^left t|^ grand jury nsun he asked Stales.^All.'iik v Loiigeliecker for an order to see^Stoltealierg. i he states-attorney wrote^Minuet king on a card ami Mr. Windes went^to hiaj office, where a policeman on guard^refused lo let him ill. The attorney went^aw,iv. but returned shortly with an^application for a writ of hals as corpus,^asking for Stoltcliberg's release. I lie^matter was set for hearing at 4 o'clock, but^as in tin' meantime Stollenberg had been^rel used, tlu- application was withdrawn.
StoHvlihcrgrefusisl lo answer anv quea^lions pot to llim la-fore the grand jury un^^til he could M^e an attorney. He declared^he Wat unlawfully restrained of his liberty^and that he could give no testimony under^duress.
Nonew jurors were obtained to-day in^the Cronin trial and four places remain yet^to be filled. The defense still has eight^|n remptoiy challenges and the state thiii\^three,
(i ding to the News the oriiiiilcia in-^dietmeKl letui-ned this afternoon was a use^^less proceeding, except on the theory that^the [arsons against whom it was brought,
nilof wli wa re already uinl. i indictment.
havebeen made the subject of new
chart;e.The district attorney ' ^ |~.ri^ ^l^a declining to allow the new i d a nt lo^be seen, and this ih taken b^ the .m ws aa an^indication that n new charge has been made^against the alleged jury fixers, it is sng-^L'CMtcd that the accus. il are to Is put in the^same IhiiiI with the Crmiin sns|a-cts. as ac^^cessories after the fact. All those reindicted^were again arrested, except bailiff Salomon^. , ' is supposed to have confessed. tint^iiiini secured ball, hut the others are kept in^confinement. The News explains the pro-^c ad In [^ Hoarding Stolfenberg by stating^that i it to Kricsoii and Win. Dahl had in^^formed the state's attorney of a mysterious^corn sisitiileiice which itoltenla'rg nail con^^ducted in July throiiuh Dahl. Latteta hud^been received by Stoltenberg from Toronlo,^iiiclowd in env lopes mailed for Dahl. The^efforts last night in the stab 's attorney's^office to make St ilteiiberg disclose what he^knew about the letters proved fruit leas.
Tin:BRAXII KXCAMPMBXT.^i laal aaaalaa oi Mm nidi Paltewa at Oiaal
ObkatPam*, Oc(. 17.^[Hi^cinl. I^The^Grand Kncampiuent of Montana nut in^hixt Ii regular session to-day. The follow^^ing Grand officers and representatives were^presiiit: Grand patriarch, J. W. Miller,^Occidental: grand senior warden, 1). Meikle-^john, Summit; grand scribe, A. .1. White,^Summit; grand treasurer. J. J. York. ^'rn^sader; grand representatives, Itis'ky Moun^^tain, I*. S. Washburn and II. II. Heckwith:^Golden Star, Hen I'izer; Crusader, J. H.^Coulter; Summit. O. I'aaco, K. Cnm-^pnun mid V. Miller: Missoula. Frank^1\ Kerns; Kiaing Sun, Ijirs Anderson;^Schuyler Colfnx, J. 0, H*-rg; Little Horn. S.^S. bynch: I .aim I. C. T. W. Criss; Crescent.^Jno. T. Athey; Vanannt, J. J. Henneasy^^The reports showed satisfactory progress.^July I, I--*-, the membership wiin :;c.i on^July 1, IKK), it was 411. The encampment^concluded the annual meeting of the Odd^Fellows, and most of (he members of the^grand halge left for home to-dny.
IndianaKIIII -g (tame.
Wasbwoton,Oct. 17.^The interior de-^p itment has Imk-ii reliably informed the^Southern I'te Indians are far from their^re* rvation in southwestern Colorado, and^are wantonly killing vast numbers of ths r^for their hides only, contrary to the laws of^the state, and serious trouble is feared.^Indian Agent Kartholomcw has been in^^structed to sis- that the deprt ibitions Is' im-^ni' diatt ly stop|k'd: that the Indians conflui^their bunting to the territory win re tie v^have the right to go for thai purpose, and^kill no game not necessary to supply their^needs.
Moldto Their Rivals.
Ci.evklakci,Oct. 17.^President G. W.^Htuckly, of the Hriiah Klectric Tight com^^pany, confirms the report I lint the plant and^business of the Hrush |^eople have Im en sold^to the Thompson-Houston company, of^New Vork, on a basis of *:;.i^m mi
Pataateataa,a i: ^u.. ,.i
DksMorN'Es, (K t. 17.^Judge Sliirna of the^United States court, has signed a decree of^foreclosure against the St. Louis, lies^Moiuea* Northern railroad in favor of the^Mercantile Trust Co. of New V^rk on a to^^tal claim of $4S7,l^lO.
Gen.John F. Hartranft, of I'ennsylvania,^died yesterday.
PLYtun in i hi: IA8T.
Oreiron Win- . It.,,, ,i kiiihIm-IIi On the
iataada Track.^Ki.ir.Aiu/Tii. N.J.Oct. 17.-Conditions fa^^vorable.
Swi-'pstakiis, one and one sixteenth of a^mile^ IiongstriK't won. Cracksman m^nuid.^Ke|s^rter third Time lrfxlSS-
Swee|mUik^s. three-fourths of a mile^Gregory won. Killv atvond, Mamie H third.^Time I IS,
Sweviistnkes.thrts' fourths of a mile-^Oregon won. |M$J second. Kleven U'inl.^l ime ItttK.
Handicapswcc|islakcs. one and three^sixteenths of a mile^Hamster won. Kuril^side second, Thciolosins third. Time^1MI7'4.
Sweipslakes,five and one-half furlongs^Meriden won. Swift second, Kginout tbirxl.^Time I in.
Cincinnati.Oct. 17. Attendance large,^track gissl.
MaidenIt-year olds and upwards, (hree-^fourtliM of a mile^Chandler won. Gov. W^^^^second, Maud II. third. Time, I:IS.
Three-year-oldsand npwarda, seven fill -^longs Amos A. won, I'ritchett second,^kfeekic H. Kurd. Time, 1*^U.
Three-year-oldsand upwards, seven fur^longs liiicv V. won, Keuoiince second, lal-^irell third. Time. IM.
Two-year-olds,five furlongM Chanlress^won, Sena second, J.i-.lo llnrif I line, l:(M.
Threeyear olds ninl upwards, nine fur^longs, hniine won, Hrandolctte sticond,^I'rince Fortiiuatus third, rune. L.'ai'^.
IxIgewntrThandicap, for 2-year-olds,^three-four!lis of a mile Kx|^ ricnc, won.^Dollikms sis-oud. Ml. I.. I..iniiii third, l ime,^lbi'v
I.kximiTon.Oct. 17. AfleiidaniM large,^track tui-f.
0|aal$4iCad Wade first, Bracelet sec^^tid. M unpiis I Iiint, Jeunii' It fourth Kest^time Ii'.' ,,
Mulchbetween yearlings Stamina won.
Administersecond. Ib'st time l':44'^.
Free-for-allJack won, Harry Wilkes sec^ond, Juncuiolif thud. Heat lime 2:1
Class2:L'l^ Gold lu af first, Hermudii we-^ninl. Lottie W tliird. Minont third. Ibsl^time :^:I.V
teajMKorty-I l\e Uouii.l-.
SanFham isixi, (let. 17. -In a fight to a^finish at the room* of the Golden (late Ath^^letic club last night, William llelinessy, of^Kansas City, was knocked out in the forty-^fifth round by Charley Turner, of Stockton.
InAIki r's Stale.
Dkiuoit,Mich.,Uct. 17. The I'an- Ameri^^cans arrived Ian this morning, and after^breakfast bom.led steam yachts for a trip^up the Helioit river.
AnnAasoa, Mich.. Oct. 17. The All^American excursion arrived this afternoon.^'I he city was decorated and thousands of^town and countrv paopll lined tlie hillside^and riMiilH. The visitors were given a tre^^mendously enthusiastic reception b^ tin^.'.anil students of Michigan University,^which institution they ius|a-ctcd. After re^^ception exercises the delegates attended a^dinner nt the residence of President An-^gi II, ami to night left for Grand RapMl
JUNKLYNCH VKKV III SY.
IDEVILLARD PLAN GOES.
ThreellMllalllgs In the Houth Without Ihr^A lil of a ' ourt.
Coit'MiiiA. Teiin., Oct. 17. A negro, name^unknown, under arrest for striking another^man. was taken from in ullicer yesb nlav by^the man's friends and strung up, but cut^down before death and taken away. The^officers have I sen searching for him all^night, but it is believed hehaslas'ii lynched.
K-ANavaOnT, Mo , Oct. 17. W. H. Hilde-^branil was arrested at Hirmingham last^night for rape, A lynching party was or-^gani/ed bill the officers escaped with Hie^prisonei to ( I. v county. The Ivnelieis^followed, and the officers again eluded them^and are now with the prisoner.
Coi.tmiiia. S. C, Oct. 17.^Holier! Herrier^(while i, who last week murdered In- mot her-^in-law at Is lington, N. ('., was taken from^jail there by u mob and lynched.
HlliMIN'.iiAM,Ala., Oct. 17 James llickey^was lynched in Chilton county yiKb rduy for^murder.
^ ^^\\iii Arrest ih.- Mateaa
I Hai.timokk, Oct. 17.- l ulled Stales Dik-^trict Attorni v T'homaa ('. Ilayca, acting un^^der orders from the secretary of the navy,^^ willed (his afternoon on Hie revenue cntter^Kwing for Hie month of Hie OkjHHkjk)^i arrest the I* 14 colored Nassau rioters who^( will arrive on the brigs Alice and Homuiioc^! at Hie capi'M benight or to-morrow.
l'ro|,i-e,l Iturh M Ire ( lonlilnr
CmiAiHi, Oct. 17.^Itepreaenlativea of the^firms engaged in the barls d wire industry^were in Hecret conference to-day nt the Le-^land hotel with a view, it is nnderstissl, of^forming a trust. It in not yet known^whether or not Washburn and Mis n lire^parties to the movement.
DrNvrn.Oct. 17.^The convention of ]a^^o .motive Kngirieera met in aecret si'ssion^this morning. The entire day wnslaketi np^considering the report of the committee on^credentials mid other routine litisiiiesa,^preparatory to Hie regular work of the con^veution.
ThreeTrain Hnmls Killed.
Jmftm, Tex., Oct. 17.^A freight train^was wris'ked by a washout on the Texaa^Pacific sixty miles east of here. F.iiginccr^Hible, Fireman Jones and Hrakeman Mans^^field were killed.
I'hoIcM , lie the Man.
WAaniMiTON,Oct. 17.^It is reported that^Harrison has decided hi appoint ei-I'eiisioii^Agent I'aole, of Syracuse, N. V.. [s nsion
commissionerto sucra ed Tanner.
In,b,m U still Ton.hlei ln(.
WAaiiiNOTON.Oct. 17.^Secretary Win.loin^has not rendered a decision on the lead ore^^piestioti. He still has the mutter under^consideration.
yfaUtamu tteateai^Nkw Yobk, Oct. 17.^A cable to the Mari^^time exchange in bounces that II ypolite has^Iwen unanimouuly elected president of^Hnyti. Ninety-one votes were cast.
TheNorthern Pacific to Issue Five^Per Cent. Bonds for One Hun^^dred and Sixty Millions.
TheWhole Amount of New Stook^Due Preferred Holders to be^Soon Distributed
4Majority or the Mock \ ol.il Hy Yfllanl^liii|Hirlanl ^ hanges In Ihr Hoard^of Dim tor-
Nk \onK.llct. 17. The Northern Pacific^prcfi rrcd stockholders held a meeting to^day. Chairman Harris presided. The only^other directors present were Henry Villard,^C. 1,. Colby and Hrayloii Ives. A large^ntindsT of Wall street men and holders of
aba'kwere present. The only bu ^^ lie
forethe mis ting was voting on what ia^known us flu Yillurd plan. It aiithorices^the issue of $lii.i,d^l.inill new .', per cent^bonds, payable one hundred years hence.^The voturg on the plan began at 10:!*), and^il soon Iss'iime apparent that (he Viliard^|atrty would win. Joliuatoii Livingston of-^fcrcd the following resolution, which was^adopted, and which is in direct sympathy^with the circular issued SeptemlM^r^l$$$, bjT Chairniiin Harris. I'lie resolution^wis seconded, much to fvcrytsidy'*^surprise, by Hemy Villard. The resolution^is as follows:
Itesolved,Thai the holders of Hie pre^^ferred slock represented here suggest to (li^^incoming Isuird of directors to take into^consideration the distribution of Hie whole^amount due the preferred stiM'kholdcrs a*^sisui us the company should be in pro|a-r^pisitioii to do s|l.
Nota negative vole was received. Just^before noon James II. Williams announced^flu financial plan had been carried, but ow^ing to duplicate proxies having been de^^posited, he could not announce the exact^rcsiill. Vdjotii .uncut aTM tin rehire taken^until Monday.
Banry\ ill.ml voted a majority of the^shs-k. Hola-rt Harris, president of the^company for many years, and who last year^acted as chairman of Hie Isuird of directors,^w ii dropped from the directory, and so are.^Braytoo be . i, C, Bullitt, Fred Hillings
andJohn II. Hi a .km in. I he new dneetors^aie t.mrge Morrison, .laines llaggin, C. II.^ladaiid, Charles ('. Id aiuan and J. H. Wil^^liams. A slender nteorH] of slisik was^voted by Hubert Harris in favor of re-elect^ing t he old board.
TheINillejr aft r band Offlcr to he a Wall^^ing one.
Waiiinoton, Oct. IT J ami CteMtte
aionerGrotT tins received a letter from the
generalc^sel of the Norfhern Pacific
askingthai the company's lists of indemni^^ty selections along (hat part of the line of^the rmid which was not completed within^the time named by the granting act be^certified to the secretary of the interior^for approval. The secretary bus informed
theCounsel of the f ibey of IiIn ulfice in tin^iiinth.r. and that peiidiiig action by congress^^ l ing tea forfeiture of the granl. tlim-^leaving the lands embraced thereby to ills^poaal under the I'i'tieral land laws, lu. action^will be taken in cases where the aaine would^be adverse to Hie settlers.
SIXTYTllol s\\l^ HOY TliAMI'S
TheA run Which in Nnld lo be Traielina la^the I tilled SlHles.
Wasiiinoton,Oct. 17.^In an address he^fore the Hoys and Girls National Home^ussiK'iHtion to-day, Alexandea Ho.'land,^president of the associiit ii hi. made Hie start^^ling statement that there are le.uin la^y^tramps in America. He advocated the es^tablishmenf of a registration system, by^which box ii,inipi might be found out and^sent to farmers, who were willing to employ^them.
STALKSI KGM TBI Willi
AdmiralI'orter left Janu stown yesterday^for Washington in improved health.
Anepidemic of typhoid fever prevails at^(iraiidin, N. I)., and great alarm ia felt.
K.K. Kimball, I'nited States district at^tornev for the western district of Missouri,^died yesterday.
bastBtejU Haul Mcllriile, of St. I/olllB,^the sou of a leading lawyer, shot and killed^Frank Ijoftus, an ex fireman, in a suhaiu^row.
The'ierman anarchists Kemp.of Wurtem-^luirg, Schinid, of Haden, and I'ueschel, of^Hamburg, have been ex|a'lled from Switz^erland.
I'rinceFerdinand, of Hulgaria, is now in^I'aris. Fearing attempts may be made upon^his hie he is guarded by French and Hub^gariun detectives.
Itis said that Honlungi r will go from^Jersey to Hruasels and then to Geneva and.^suddenly entering France, demand a new^(rial.
Geo.H. Sipiircs. M|ss-ial agent of the gen^eral laud office, has been diamissi'd. Squirea^was formally private secretary to I'ensiou^Commiasioiier lanncr.
AtCaraville, Ohio, last night, ('has. Hen^denreich, aged LD, shot his wife dead and^then suicided. The tragedy wus the out^come of a domestic quarrel.
A.II. Campbell, of Arkansas, contradicts^emphatically the dispatch from Toia'ka to^the effect that he has been offered tlie posi^^tion of consul general at Melbourne.
(Jen.A. H. Campbell, one of the promi^^nent candidates for the pension rommis-^aioliship. has been tenden d the ini-itioii of^consul at Melbourne, Australia. He will^accept.
Thecontiact for (he construction of mi^Indian industrial school building at Carson^City, Nev., has been awarded to Charles H.^l'eters. of Carson Cit\. The contract pric,^is PM$Jti
Thereception of Gov. Hill at the Hied^mont, Ga., exposition yesterday was only^equaled by (hat given ['resident Cleveland^two years ago. A hundred thousand peuph^win on the grounds.
Amongthe HMHMI81 N' Slerdayfor Liv-^atpool were Hev. Dr. Charles Keillv, of^Detroit, treasurer of the Irish National^league, and las copatriot. Col. John Atkin-^^on. 'I hey deny they have been called i^consult with PUmII, us has been stated