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VOLXXXV^-Nft 12^k HELENA. MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 22. 18W4. PRICLFIVE CENTS OnImported and DomosUo Winesand Liquors. Weoiler the following well-known^Brands oi case goods at the followingpriest: ImportedChampagnes. FarCaw GrandSec , 12 halt plnta9 7.60 GrandSec, 12 quarts25 00 Q.H. Mum nut, 12 quarts ... 30.00^White Seal, 24 pints 34.00 RHINEWINES. Deldeshetmer,12 quarts.^Qelsenhlemer, 12 quarts.^Dinlcheimer, 12 quarts...^Wlerrueiner, 12 quatti...^Marcobrun, 12 quarts IMPORTEDWINES. Pont Canet a Cruse Flls Freres PonteCanet Mirhaelson.^Grand Vln Do Eoulltae... Bordeaux Macon llautSauterne 600 7.037.00^7. SO^BOO 13.501260^lOOO^10.OO^9.00^14. OO LIQUORS. PeruvianBitters CascadeBitters Vermouth^Italia^ Vermouth^French^ DanskBrando win Aquavit GenevaGin De Kupher, IB bottles OldTom Gin MarteleBrandy Gilt Edge Monogram Whisky Allbrands of Whisky In ^ oh a^at equally low pr.ces. FancyLiquors packed in as^^sorted cases at same prices.^25 Gross, l pint flasks at$6. CO Gross 25Gross, 1 quart flasks at9 OO Gross eoo 6.008.00^BOO^9.00^9.00 15.OO aoo 9.0010. OO Mo.S ^. Main StrMt, lltl.D.. Telephone121 OMEpeople with^^^tv very little^senBe CLAIMto sell goods^for^less money in H R I N ELENAthan any^other dealer,^wholesale or ETAIL People with^the lea: t bitof NTEBPRISEare^going to makea searching INVESTIGATIONbeiore buying, and^there has been R Osuchinvestigation^without proving^to their NTIKEsatisfaction^that we are^selling the 1GHTgoods at the^right prices, giving^porle:t SATISFACTIONto all^purchasers. BI G LUSTERdoes not^go very far;^cash la what counts Nany country. It^counts here because^the people aro ETTINGsick of so^much humbug.^Jf They want to feel ATISFIEDwith their^purchases Speclil^attention at s T ii HIStime Is called^to the lntest additionsto URmoot. It is our^Qunnntware and^Glassware. They^n r | ECiULARmade and^all fine quality^goods. VERYdollar's worth^we sell is honest^no need oi a^written guarantee 1,011SILVER KLGttM AnImmense Demooratlo Demon-^^'.ration for Free Coinage^in Nebraska- Membersof the Party Urged to^Select as Candidates Those Favoring8llwer. ongrnie.iie.i ftr^ an Miln ^ ltrillia.it^r^^^ Coinage ^!^^^^t^ Hefero a Large Au.l ln..r^ at Night, OutnA,Jnne 21.^There wire 1,000 dele-^gdei Id the doinooratio conference, opened^to-day fur ^he purpoae of o geotz.ug e^elate free colnege league. Tbe w.ldeet^obeerina followed the reeding of tbe oell^declaring for the free end onllmlted oolo-^age of Ibe while netel. Whilethe committee on retolatlont wet^oil ofBoere were elected ee followi: I'ieei-^dent. J. E. Oug; iicretery. T. J. Morgan;^tretearer. (). A. l.oihbert, end nn exeoattve^oummillee of Ira. The roeo ntlou ^n-^^atltee't repoit wet idopled ee followe: Weeend greeting* lo oar fellow demo-^orate of Nebreeke end iotile llielr caned^ce-operation end aid in dealing delegetee^from i v.ry eoonlr is Ibe elate to Ibe Jem^oeralie elate eonTtnlloa of 1S!)4, pledged to^Tote for the iotertion Id Ibe demoetalle^elate platform of the following (.leak: 'We^favor the immediate reetoratloa of tbe free^and unlimited coinage of gold aud allver el^Ibe preeeot ratio. sixteen to one, without^walling for the aid or content of my olber^nation on earlh.' Inan effort to obtain a fair eipriiiloo of^democratic tentimenl, we ntge upon every^democrat who be. levee in the prtnotple^herein enanoiated to participate sotlvely^and vlgoroatly in the aeleotton ef delegate!^te the elate convention; we recommend^thai in every oonnty detnoereti who oppoee^thie pi opoetd plash be invited lo a thor^^ough dieeaeelon of lie atrlte, to the end^the! the demooralle party may ael Intelli^^gently and harmoalonely ucob tbla great^qsetllos. Wepropoie Ihie eonttd ehell be foaght^oal upon clean 11t.ee, and with intelligent^eaelhodi; bat, confident in the correolneee^of oar poeltlen, we aleo propoee Ibal the^fight ehall be vigorous, and Ibtt no effort^ehall be apared to plaoa la the pletform of^the detnoeraile party the aame empheelt,^the eerne anmltlekeble allerenee concern^^ing the greet qneelioae of finance aa bat^been latltngly imi noted upon oar party^plelforiai eoaeeralag the great qacation of^tariff reform. Wm.Jeaninga Bryan, member of eon-^greee from the Fire! Neb-aaka dittrlol,^bowed hit acknowledgement to 4,500 peo. It^from the elage at the Kxpoiitlon bonding^thla evening. The epeeeh tbel followed^waa a lengthy eipoellion of the sttrtade of^the repabiloaa petty and the change of^eentlment in the demon alia party. The^popatista, he eeld, bed teught the reformere^mora in two yeara taan the demooreta had^in thirty. He waa greatly (ratified el the^change of eenllmenl In Nebraaka in tbe^laal lew montha. Maeb credit wet dot tht^mtn who had originated lha Idea of the^coaferenee. II wee a grand and noble r ur^poor, a ehelleaga far the foee of free allver^to ootao oal end moke en boneel fliht. liebed preeched tariff reform for yeara,^and had worked herd and earneellr, and^wee eerry to eee hew little he had none. Ilie effo.le, though, bad been ably aided by^the popalieta. and be wealed lo give credit^right now aad here to tha men who led thel^perty. He waa aare Heaetor Allen woald^prove a belter aenetor for Nebreeke then^eny republican ever aent. fcome people^had eppoted a free allver confetenee la*^ceote II woald aplil the parly, There were^alwaya people who thought mora of htr-^moay then of priaoiple. bat thie very thing^had led to tbe dttlrnetion of hermony. Silvermen,^ aald Bryan, ^have been^called anareblilt and bave been branded at^oatlawe. An aaarahltl la a man wao op-^poeee law, bat the mta who waote lo make^the goverament good and pal only good^lawa on the tletale booka la a f iand of the^government.^ He weneed to eey to the^batloeee men of tbe country thai they ware^not tbe only once who made a living off^aome one eler. 'lha hnmbleel toller wee a^conlribalor to the nalional wealth, end the^bcelneae man eoold not ilta to poiperity^on the ralne of the common people. He^then proceeded to enelyze the platform of^tbe coaferenee. oemmendlng II In in every^reaped. He followed with a long dliquiei-^llon en colnege, and laid that more eilver^wae needed. Wenetd money at we need food,^ aald^he. ^We are hangry for allver, aad we^matt have it. and will have It, whether it le^mined in Colorado or I n le from beeven.^^Hie apeeeh wee eloted wltb generel re^^mark! on nee of metelt for money. ADMITTEDTO BAIL. Harry P. Ilateliotor Forn'ohee $10,000^Honda reading Appeal. Kx-Oev.Toole end W. I . Cnllen, conn^eel for Horry F. Hatchelo', applied to^Jndge Knowlea yeelerday to admit their^client to bell pending deteimlnetion of hit^apptel to the United Staler tuprtme court^from the ^1^ allien ovirraling hie mollon for^a new trial. Jnlge Knowlei greeted tbe^epp Icettou and flxad Ibe bonde al $10,000.^which were farnleiied. Tbe bonde ere jaet^doable tboeo required of Batchelor daring^lilt trial for mieapplylnii tbe fonde of Ibe^Htookg'owett' Nalional bank of Milan City.^Tne appeel la not likely lo be readied In^Ibe eopreme coart for eoroe time. rlhould IIrecall fivo ably lo Ibe defeodent he will^^eonre e new trial. Otherwiee be will have^to aerva bla five yeire' cenlenoe. Paidficara at Cincinnati. CntcmiUTi,Jane 21. Hanke and oapilel-^I tie un the board of t ade nra exerclaed^over a olrenlar letter from Mo-sao, United^Hlatee Iriaearer, Inetrucling tbe oub-treae-^nrer to eeouraell tbe gold poiatble here,^end Biking hanki and otbe e to eiehanae^gold In earne of $100,000 and multiple! for^uew paper currency. Ibe Ohio Volley^bauk bed t romittd Ibe enb-lreaaarv $50,-^000 of gold lo dey, bnl tbe prnipeol o( e^premium on gold lepdero II donbtfnl^wbatli. r our coin will be rel.aeed here.^Thoinee Kmery, ooe of Ibe lergeet invrttori^here, baa lor eoiae ttruo rue ia all hie aoa^^trade potable In gold, and otbera to-day^atete that they propoie to adopt the etme^policy. DerleloaInva'vlng Miialt Maaay.^( HIl'AOi), J^^' ^I. Judge I nley It . of^t^ruoon raid tbe opinlm In the hlurgto-^Ferwell llllgellon, finding for Mr. Hlargli^In lha earn of $75 0U0 In ibe eell agalnel^I. V. Farwetl, C. II. I'arwell and Abaer^Taylor, on Keetlnttan ooulrante. lo be pel 1^in nlnrly devt, with five i' r cent Inlereel;^^Hiding tor William Mlureli In the earn of a111 ^i. to beit^) on e note for $140, ii.made In Jnlv, i^ '. finding for J. V.^Karwill, for lha nee of the eyndloete,^eielael Wllilem Utatgia for $-'H,mjo payable^la ninety daye. HAHHMM I \ I!K\.oM^ BBMEK. rraotlaedI poa Bvlntad Miner. In lha^In.lie.. Terrltery.^FobtBsitii, Ark.. Jaae 21.-I)ilalle af a^horrible aliti of affaire wh eh exltte In Ibe^mining region of Indian lerritory have^been broaghl to thla olty by Ibe evicted^mlnert. The atorlaa Ibey tell of opprei-^eioa, kardthip and craally la llnmaelvaa,^thalr wlvae aad their children by deputy^merehele aad federal troope are eimller to^thoee which eome eoine llmec from Hlberie.^Many of the men were thrown bodily from^their horoee, their wivea aad children^_ . aten and hralMd, and thalr hoaaehold^V fleete duitroyid, efter wbiob they were^| loaded Into bexoere like Celtic end thlpped^unl of the territory. Ihe etory of brntallty told by lha men^from tbe llerttkorne dletrlol It rivoltlag^la the extreme. Aagail Hmltb, one of Ibe^lie tehomi minora, eeye Ibe troope eome^to hie houet and arretted hliu. Ibey^would sol allow him lo pot en hie eboaa^end coat, aad refuted lo lit the family eat^breekfatt. The eoldiera threw hie furni^^ture into e wagon and Iben naked tjmitu'e^wife if ebe wanted lu ^o. No,^the told, ^I have worked for tail^home, end if I leave you will bave lo thool^me. Thehonee waa ball! by me end belooge^lo inn.^ eald Mmltli, ^tbongb I have no^lagel title to It. Tha commander then^o dared Ike irlvatei lo pal my wife end^five ohlldren oat. They jampid el ber, one^of them palling a knife, aad look a babe^from Iter breeil, when four or five took ner,^drecgod ber to a wogos and threw her bead^foreaieel telo II. SVa were thin uartid lo^tbeatetiou end put in a box oar with doz-^ene of olben. Moel of the minora nud^famlllee were thrown out in a driving rein^and had no tline to dr aa or get breetfaat.^In one lettanae a family of four wire^evicted neer Anderaon. The wife of a^miner wee etrnok over the heed wltb a^Wlncheeler aud aeverely malt anted by tbe^eoldlere. The women wat tnciente at the ilme,and while being carted to tbe railroad^tallon gave premelnre birlb to a child. MAKEEXAMPLES OF THEM. WealereWBo Hald Up a Trala If ay Qo te^tha I'anltentlary. Duma,Jane Be.^The federel eonrl to^^day-loft for Fort Kidney to try 260 weilere,^confined there for holding op a Union^Facile train at Ogalltla Ittt weak. Com^^plaint! were prepared by tbe dlitrlot eltor-^ner. cherglng each men with contempt of^ooutt, interfering wltb Interttate t.effle,^and delaying l nit.nl Sletea mailt. II !^^laid tome of the leaderi egefget whom^itrona cieee may be eetebliabed, will be^made an example by glvieg tbem penlten-^tia-y eeateneee. Tbe olhert will be tried^In bunenei of twenty-five and gives jail^eontenoee. UbaniiJunction, Col., Jane 21.^A few^Induitrlali, memkere of Bmllh'e army,^elracgled In here to-day. They report^about 160 of their comrade! al the point of^atarvatloB aad thirat aoettered along the^deaerl between here and Ball Lake. Tha^K o Uraade railroad will not curry them,^and IraiBmea have atrial ordert to keep^them off. Smith le here end le endeevor-^lag. with poor eecct.ee, to aaad food to^them. Topxaa,Kan.. Jone ft ^Oapl Hunter't^home saarde held a meeting, and after de^noueoltg the federal court and oflioore for^eotidlag the Handera eommouweetari to^jail, aad deeliring thai Ibey [verweod lu^bnv Wlucheelera and meet foroo with force,^went to the eeaelj jail and gave thrre^obeert for the eommonwealere confined^Ibere. QRKENRBt'BO,!'^.. Joae 21.^^Uaknown^^Smith, the oepoeed lleuteneut of Cexev'e^ermy, wae erreeted teel oigbl for Inter^^fering with a laws fete, io-day ba wai^flnee $)i, and In defaalt wae teat to jail for^fotty-elght hoara. CALIFORNIAREPUBLICANS. CompleteTheir Ticket and Kuloglee the^Late aanator ataaford. Baobimknto,Cel., Jane 21.^With tha^nomlnttlon for tha gnvernorthlp (M. M.^Kitae) oal of lha wev, the repabllota elele^convention proceeded with the nomination^of the rait of the atate tlaktl to-day. Thay^ware it followi: Lieutenant-governor, n^Q. Mlllerd, of Loe Aug lei; jattlaei of the^eopreme court, Klleha 8, Tor aaoa, of Ban^I^.eg^. aad F. W. Ueeehew, of Oeklenil;^ehorl term, W, C. Van Fleet, of Ken Fran-^elics; aecretary of elate, L. H. Brown, of^Ban Franolecu; controlle, E. P. Colgate,^of Bonomi; Ireaeerer, Levi ltadeliffe, of^^-at. Late Ublepo; ottorney gene al, W. F.^Fitagereld. of Han Franeieco, Arotolniicn lalogtBing the late Feaiter^Blanford, p alelng hii benevolenoe In^founding Maafo d aniverolty, and expriee-^Inu eympBlhy for Mre. Steeford, wn adopt^^ed by tbe convenlioa, Tha reeolntlon it^nodoritood lo be en aniwer lo the recent^eltook medc by Conateiimen (leery, la tbe^honee, upon Kenetor Stentord end bia mo-^tiy.e In aelahllehing the unlvereity. NotaeEaohanged fee (told.^WaimifnTON, J one 21.^Advlaee from New^York atate tbel the olty benki to-day do-^potlled $400,000 la gold in the lub-lreatory^In axohaage for United Btntee notel;^$1,000,000 In gold wat to-dav eageged for^export, leevlag lha net gold reia.ve at the^aloee of bnilneee to dey $fi4,127,'.IGi). the^each balance to-dey being $116,165,404. TELEGRAPHICBREVITIES. Bohton,June 21. Geo. A. Htewert, do^elgner of tbe ya-.'ht l'llurim died eo-dav, MoNTicai.t.o,N. V^ Jane 21.^Mrt. Hell-^day wae found guilty of mnrdir In the fiiel^degree. WioiiiNOToir,June 21.^Viee-Preeldent^BteTeceoB baa recovered from hie ladlepo-^tltlon. eented by heel. Cmi'too.Jane 21.^ Tha work of ncurlng^e jury In the I'.eudergr.at eeae netted foar^new reen lo-der. making ail In all who^have locepted. CoLOMntra,O., June 22.-Wm. White,^colored, aged 111. wae housed In the penl-^teetlory thla (Friday) morning, for the^murder of Allen Wlleon. Bai.TtxoBB,JuueVL^Balllmo-a'.^; Phlla-^delt.bla 6; Cincinnati 4, Loalevllle 5; Pitta^hnrg7. Chieaso 10; New York 1, Biooklya^111; Weihington 7. Hoaton la HintI'm'it Jane 21.^The hoaee of^reegnoieo to dey pateed the long dlecnoied^elvll inornage till by n majority nf fair.^Tha announaeinent wae received with loud^cheen. IraiNiiriri.i). Mate., June Jl.^K. C.^Kneppe, bookkeeper of the Chloopeo Ne^llonol l.onk nf Ihla city, emtierr.led $25 (K)0.^iho difaleatlun la Ibe rem.I of etooe opec^nlellon. PnlISJLffoUA. Jane 21. -wtl firemen were^iojared by l.elng eruobed andei tbe falling^walla of the cotton warehonoo of lln.r^Itroc'on booth VSaler etrevt, which wee^deelroyed by lire to-day. Knur,June II.^The I'rlneeu Colouno,^doagbter uf Mro. J. W. feteakey, hue en^^tered eellon fo e^pa alios from her hue^baud. The caeo will be tried in Nai^lee,^where the prlnoeea will epptnr In perann. BooNavu.i.a.M ^. Jaue 21.^A evelona^ewepl over the country e mile weal ^f^Boonevllle el fear o'clock Ihla afternoon,^nnrnnflng houiee, blowing down trees end^fouoee, nnd eaaeieg j eat daiuige lo cropa Kmenoaoa.June 21.^ The liberal! of^Midlothian htve eatooted h, l Thomae^llovld (itbeon Certaloboel, Bart., eeoeudi-^dato for the eoel In pnrlteiaool whlcli tin I^..tie, who hae bald II alsaa A' rll, 1KH0, hae^on y eoaaonled to ictelu until next elec^^tion. SOLONS11HOT TEMPER. Chandlerand Allen Resume Their^Angry Collcquy of tha^Day Bifors. TheLatter Uaud Words Bo Strong-^Tney Are Possibly Unpar^^liamentary. They Were I'adaretoaxl I'arTer'o Orad-^^ated Ameadinaat llorcntad-lllll^liOade tua Oppnallloov WaaiiiKoroH,Jane 21.^There wat a fairly^goud Bttiodance In the gallerlea In iBtiel-^patloa nf the ^i en lug of tbe Income lex do-^hale when Vico-l'rieldcBl Bteveaaon celled^the eenate to order to-dey. Hilts were^peeoed ee followi: To anthoriae e oomnili-^elon to draft a coda of lawe for the dletrlol^of Alaake; lo promote Ibe effiolenoy of Ibe^navy, and to define the bonndarlee of th ee^jud . ml dlotiiott la Aliaka and ragalate^tbe jariediclion of United Ptatee ooarte^therein. Ateoon ai tbo olerk hid real the provl-^eloui of the tariff bill. Hill, who aiiamid^the loedorihip In oppoiilion to Ihooe pro-^viiloaa, delivered e eorefally prepared^ergameot. He contended that It woald^have biea good politic! lo beve averted^thli noBCocitary leioe. Ipromt,^ he eeld, ^egaloet tbe repudi^^ation of tbe promitee of the domoeiatie^parly, laordnr to adopt and aarry oal the^promitee of the populitl perty. Ibe moil Haetrouedefeel ever experieaced by the^democratic party In Oregon wae Ibe retail^of en effort to eubitltnte newfangled popu-^l!el principlia for the good old prlncioloeof^tine demeoraoy. If thli ii the belt leader-^ahip we can preient In tbia g'anl ^ lili, I^for ^tie mull decline to follow it. 1 repa-^diete tbe eparlout dcmooieoy of Iboeo .nod-^em tpotllee and propheta who are pari^mugwump and part popalltt.^ The impo-^eilion of the income lex, Hill olid, woald^drive New York, New Jeieey and CoBaectl-^eat into the repabllean column, there to^remeln. Hlgglnefollowed Hill and Chandler rote^to recent the terme need by Allen yeolirday^In replying to Ibe charge tbal Alleu had^been given free lumber on condition tbel^ha vote tor the bill. /.Ilea replying, cold^he proioied to do wkat ha eoniidered^proper, In iplte of ^Ike dirly Inelnuellone^^of Ike aenetor from New Hompeblie. 1 ben^Allen renewed hie expreailooi of yeittrday. Thlaii the fourth time,^ ha bigae,^j ^thai theianitor from New Hempehlre bee^coon fll lo ei^eak of 'bergelna.' In connec^^tion wltb ii. v vote. I do not know whether^the language ie parllementery. I am not^tallied in parllementery prooeednre, bat 1^do know II le outrun and angenllomtnly. I^think he made the lailnuetlon deliber^^ately, knowing II lo be falee. Ha^baa tried to t ooe ma la the poillioa of a^treJI'.-ker of fotet. Tha taalBaation or^ellNtaa Ibal I have trafficked wltk my vote,^tkat 1 heve agreed to vote for thie meaeura^In ooaetdtretton of eenceeeione made, or to^be medc, la nnlraa. If I we e where 1 eoald^make It plainer.^ he added, looking Cbend-^ler In tkeeie, ^I would meke It plalaar. I^mode a molloB a tew weekt ago to itrlke^lumber from the dutiable int. and I hed e^right to do oo. 1 have a right to gel whet I^oau for my paoide. I am aol bound to the^demoaiBlleor republican party, but am en^humble ropreeenlative ef tbe new pa.ty.^Aa inab, 1 em more or leea ekt.miakod be^^tween old perty lluee. 1icpel Ike low, dirty Inilnoellon of the^icalor icnetor from New Hempehlre,^ ha^laid, la oouolnelon, ralalng hie voloe antll^It r^ug through Ibe chember, ^and 1 reiter-^ete aad reaffi m with a. I the energy 1 poa-^eeoo wbet 1 cold yeelerday. WhetIheeenetor hae eeld,^ aald Uhand^ler, jumping to hla feet aa Allen eat down,^^ualy empbatlzia whal I aald a momeal^ago, samely, that he doee not oom proband^the eonrteey the! obaiaelerlxea dibile Ib^tble boJv. Theeenate eit breathleat for fall^ a^minute after Ckaadler reenmed hie teat,^but Ihla oloeed the eeneetionel epleode, and^debate on the Income lax wae prooeeded^w.tb. Hoar meklng a aomewhat long a ga-^ment agalnit It. dwelling pertioulerly on^lit inexpediency In lime of pe^flt ^u ; Ik^objeellonable feetarea a mode of lelatug^revoBne for the federal government. Ald.lehmoved thai the dele on which Ibe^income lex obonld oeaie be Jtn. 1. lrfJH.^The flnenoe oommlllee compromlie amend^^ment to the boooe bill, which provided no^time limit, fixed tbe dale on wbiob it ibonld^oeaee on J an. i, l'JOO. The amoadment wai^dofeeted, twenty-three to twenty mue All^the deroocrete voted egilntt it, together^with Dabole, Teller and Mitohell, of Ore^^gon, repoblleent. end mi. n. Kyle and t'ef-^fer, popolleti. Hill, who wee not priienl,^did nol vote, 'ihe flnaaea eomrulllea^emendmenl fixing Ibe Mine limit during^which tbe tax wae ' ran at Jaa. 1, 11KK),^waa then agreed I. refferthen offered Ibe amendment of^which be gave notioe yeiterday lo levy a^graduated income tax. l'effer eeld II wee^t ne, at tad i eon charged bv Hill, that en^income tax wae e pupuliol Idee, l'areoa-^olly he would pi of or a grodoeted lend lex^In a giaduated income tax. Feffer eeld^weiie.n people had been hewere of wood^end dreweri of weter loag enough Ike^popallit petty propoetd now lo rnakt Ihe^ceil ohoulder III ihe e llllltook Ibe floor when PeSer concluded^and congratulated the demooretto mejority^on lie new leoderebli. The aenetor from^Kaneee hod ennoanced that the Income tox^belonged pecullerly end exclutlvily lo hie^parkf. Before be had mode thel eanoanoe-^^uenl there bed beeu eome oonetcro uu Ihe^democratic elde who evidtBtly hed lebored^undir Ihe Intp.eeelon thai II w i In aome^wey a democratic doctrine l'effer wat^tlgat. The Income lex wae one of the^flrit ptlnclplee ol Ibe democratic rarly.^the i o, ii lieu bad been eoneiitenl In lie^edvoeacy end were now obout to wilneoe He^triumph. He did nol deilre lu moke any^reflection! upon popnllitlo or a. cialletio^Ideoa. Thee wae a difference of o^lnloa^eo to what Ibey believed. bocieliett U^llevnd In pelernal gnvernmenl; In Ibe to-^dlolribntlon of properly end community of^inltreot. Ilolh lociallete end poaalllll bt-^lioved lu the lucome lix. Ifthey do tbel Ii tha only teepeel In^wliloh they ere almllar.^ Intcjeoted Allen. Honot tho populieli believe in Ihe gov-^^ rntnent owncehipof rallroada, banki and^toleg aphof 1hoy believe lu Ihe gradual aeaumptlon^of Ibe ownrrablp of rail o^de and lele-^grapbe by Ihe gnveroinaiit, lint Ihev do nol^believe lu etole owuorehlp of hanke. I bal le It,^ aild Hill, ^both believe In^paternal government and an Income let.^I he only difference heiweeu them le tbel^the aoeteltel parti gnu turlha: Ihea Ihe^pupa, tell. 'Ihelaronte lex.^ Interrupted Aldrioh,^^ii edveoetod by Ihe eoelaliol. Ibe popoltol^and demeoretlc ptrllea, with a few honor^aide exoeplion!, oi a miatie for Ihe rodle-^ii in ii nf weellk. IIIi not advooaled ae a tnoeae for Ihe^re.lnlrlhatiou of weeltb,^ broke la Tiller,^olmool oegrlly. ^No one aver betid tbal^aletoraenl made In any peroon whelever. Hillnipraoeed Ike opinion that, dteplte^tltn deoielou in Ihe Hp'lBger eaae, let tax^would hold to ba a dltecl tax, and would bo^deolared UBcooetltutienal. I'oflor'ogredueted inoomo emendmenl^wee defeeled aud al alx o'olock tbe eenate^adjourned. THEJl RY VERY LENIKNT. .tadgaBoat Mahea aeai Kemarbe In Beo-^teaclag Keooa.^JuJge Haul yeitarday gave Charlet te^Keene lot eenteaae of elghleea moalke'^liiiprlaonmeal In lha penitentiary, aa ree-^nmmended by Ihe Jaty before whom he wee^tried for ambexxllsg $4,H00 from Ihe^I/jolleble Ateoraaaa euclely while Hi feeb^^ler ot Holme la paaelBg eonlenoe Jadge^Hunt elated thel there wae ample proof to^^utteln the verdlot of tbe jury. I bet lha^repoil whleh be had mode lo the company^ebowoil Ibe receipt of eo many dollara end^ointe, ond a failara to pay over moaoya^which appeared, by hla awn etetemente to^have been colleotei1. Thie wae proof^enough of the olenae rherged. Hal In^eddltloa to Ihet proof Ibere wae tbe oolerar.^^lotenieiil mide by Ibe defendent of hie^own ombezileuieete, end hie edmleelone^thel be hed collected theraoneya ami felled^lo trenimll them. The jary aoald sol^have helped finding tbal the money wee of^the lawfsl mosey of the CulUd Hieiai.^bocaaee be had ekerged bimeolf wllh eo^meny dollare end oente. aad hed edmitled^thel be owed tbel mncb money Tha^jedge further elated that he wee In^^clined to think that ll wae Im^^material el any rate whether the money^wae United Btelee money, or not, ea under^tbo teoenl eolherlliea defining ewhsggle^raenl, Ihe old technical releo of Ihe common^lew hod ooen eo fur twipt away eo to per ^^mil troof of ony money to ho edmltted,^providing it bed en aelael value. Iblt weal^Ihe ruliag In a lale eaae In New York, an i i^eeemed founded upon good rcoion, It wei^Bag! to itupotilble, onion tbe e wee a con- |^foaeion, to prove In embezzlement the por^^tion er kin le of money which peeoed Intn j^the haniie of a pereon boldlag a poillioa of SILVERBOW POPULISTS, Plentyor Candidate! for All^OIQcaii Are Bafora the Con.^^entlon. the TboClark Men Down the Daly^Men In the Contest for^Chairman. J. II. raldarwaod for atate eaaetor-^Elavea Laglolaltva Caadldalae Cbaooa,^rlray Mot Anions Iboiu. t-i ial to tha lodenendant. Hii ii, June 21, -The pnpullat enunly^convention wn e fight from Ibe eterl to-^dey, cad ie likely to be e fight lo a fin lib.^For temporary obelrmon I'olrlok Meeney^and W. ll. Clark were placeJ In nomolloe.^Meaney wae eocueod of being e Cla^k men^aad Clark of belag a Dtly man. Heverel^bitter tpeechie were mode and on Hie ballot^Meaney wai elected by eixly eight to^forty. The eommlltei on credenttale re^polled con toiling dolegatione f om pru-^alaeli two end covin, and there wae on^other hoi figbl before tkli waa decide I. I ho^pletform end reiolutieoe donoanoa Ihe re- troir. In Ihla eoee Ibe difficulty wee wall pablicen and democratic partial, advocela exemplified. I he oorporellon kad lie ofllee^in New York, end the defendant alone re^^ceived ite money end waa auppoeed lo^trenemlt 11. *^Keene look hie lenience very eooly. RUDtiKRSMKT HIS HATCH. ThePrlae Flghlae and tha ftararea lloth^Kanebeil Oat.^i hick ltodgere, who baa lived aroand^here for lome yeara on hie roputellon ee a^prize tighter of the welterweight elaee.^win! down to defect la ehorl order leal^Bight before Al. Crowell, a young man who^doee not pretend to be a profeeelonal. Ihe^fight look piece in tbe beck room of tbe Foyeietore piece on Clore etreeL Acoounte I Wm. I enamgbam. Ibe Coxey leeder. waa .!^.H,l0.^.h,',,,^i'- r^j,T'^'^.'!,^ I nominated. Ou Ihe third ballot J. H. Oi -^ranged match or an Impromptu affair Hutall aooouale ayea ae 1% lha rceatt. VirgilKeoae, colored, who le eeld to have beenthe referee, denlet acting In Ibel oepecily,oil olalme to have beeu teking I theperl of a penoemeker. If Ihe latter le I Ihefeet bo lafferid tha fate of moil peace tbifree ooinege of Oliver, denounce unite,^monopotlee, etc. J. II. Colderbeed wee^nominated for Hate eenelor by aoelBme-^licn. For member! of Ihe legleltlure^thirty-five candidate! were placid la nom^^ination, eleven oaadidetee lo be eboeea.^Tbe convention edjouraed until cvenlug^before taking a hall.it for uembere of^tbe leglelalore. -heentire evening wae concerned la ee^^cur'ng n logiilelivi ticket. KigDI of Ibe^eleven were cboean on tho fiiel ballot,^aamoly M. J. Elliott, It. F. Ualy. J. W.^Hbeldoo, Tbomee Howerd, 1, H. Tlgge -^man. Alaxinder Filtgerald, I'atriok Meeooy^and John Osebal. On the eecond bellol mekire,^^ he got Ib the wey of a bio^aimed by Crowell at llodgiri, ind ' went^eat.^ la the language of the^rlgg. The tight leeled ooe round^aad part of a eecond, and^Crowell hed Ibe beet of it from the elirl.^ltodgere wee aboal doae up^whol the pro^feeelon cell ^groggy^^when the word^pateed thtl tbe police were oomisg. Before^they got Into Ibe hoeee Ihe p inelpala were^removed. Ihe proprlelreee, Violet Foy, wat^orreetad on Ihe cha.go of allowing a prize^tight to lake plaoe la her bonee. bbe gave^bell fur her appearance to-day. The police^were looklag for UoJgere and Crowell oil^night. It wee eald by aome thtl tbe men^eiBited aparrtag Ib a friendly menner, but^got mad and began hilling in earned. FIGHTINGI.N SAMOA. RebeleTry to Caplare Chief Malletoa In^t'hwroh ^ Waan't There.^ICopyrlght. 1801. by the Aeeootated I'reeo, I AccBi.tau.N. /., Jaae JL^Advicee from^Bomoe, deled Jane 14, reaahad here to-dey.^Tbe Brilleb werihlp Carteoa and Ihe tier^mia werthlp Ba/.ztrd viilled Ike locality^of the rebel ramp recently and notified^them thai if ten ohlefe ead fifty gaae were^^arrindend no altaok woald be mode upon^tbem by the government foroeo. Ihe tebele^were alao Informed Ibel If they reeolved lo^reject thie prepoeltioo, eud to fight, they^were et liberty to eend their women ind^children eu boerd the Coraeoa and Baz-^aarJ. After came dellborelloa Ihe rebele^cent ten ohlefe aad fitly worthloei gone on^boerd tbe warahlra. After Iho departure^of the werehlea Ibe reeeouplad the forte^aad openly defied Ihe goverament foreee. Oatbe Bandar following Ibe tebole fired^upon Ihe vlllege where Chfef Malletoa wat^^appoeed lo be alleadiog dlvlae eery.-a,^end odvoeoed apon tbe vlllege Iteelf. Ihe^rebele, however, were repnleed by Ibe gov^^ernment force, wllh ellghl loee lo both^ildoe. It waa evident thel the Intention of^tbe rebele wet to altemol to kill Chief Me-^lletoe, bat he wae ablest al Ihe lime.^When theee diipetchet lift Himoa tkir-^mleBet wire leklng pleoe betweea tbe^rebele aad Ihe government for ooe. but Ibere^hed beau no aevere fighting. VilaFire la l.endoa.^London, Jane 21.^ Fire broke oatto-alght^el the Agnet cabinet maaBfaetory, Tiber^niole olreet. Tha flamee, aielelod by a^teroe wind, epreed forlornly and within en^kour eight or ten other faetorlee wereburo-^lag. the greeted diflleally wat expiri-^i need ia approaching Ihe burning batld-^laae. The whole blook wae deelroyed.^Almoet Ihe entire Condon brigade, over^fifty eaelaie, and 400 man, were Ib elMod-^BBoe. The fleuiee were vielble from all^parte of London and the tobarba rightingon aa leland.^Muiuio, Jaae 21. ^ Dlipelehoe received^by the goveroment from Mlndleao, one o^tbe largeel of Ihe Phtllipine ielanda report^a battle fought on the '.lib inil. between^Mpenieh troopi end Mnieeliaen, inhebilenti^of Ihe lelend. and Ihet Ibe bpenloh were^vlelorlooe; lt^J Maeeelmen were killed: the^tspenloh lou le nuly a few woauded. right^^ing dill contlnuea. lickgot there, end on the fourth J W.^Well, wbleh completed Ihe legitlatlve^ticdel. A.F. Brry aad Btmoel Mulvllle were^emoeg Ihe defected otndidalea for ike lag-^ieletore. KIVRRftlDKm.i l.Ill ProperlyDeeded to Daly April BT, Oeodeol bylllm May i.^Special tu The Indcpendont Mtmoum,Jaae 21.^The Klvertlde breed*^ing form wai not Included la tha property^tieaaferred by Mr. Dely to the Aneoonda^Mining oompoay. Tha lail.omenl fl'.ad^with Ihe recorder of Kavalll ooaoty wig^dilud May 1, lrCM, and the properly trono-^fcred la deeeriaod ee all Ibe pereoual aud^property rlgkte aotialnd by Uaroae Daly^from the Bitter Konl Development eom-^peny by dead of April 27, 1894. and laoladae^Ibe tow cite of Hamilton, aleo bolldlege.^wirihoueee, dock In trade, eew mill, tim^^ber eat end aaeat, limber laud^ and Umber^cutting Dilvllegei hitherto owned by Ibe^Bitter Hool Development company, wBlef^righte. flamee, dltobee, etc., and covers!^reachee, sod all Ihi landa aeqolred by deal^from Wm. Toole of April 21, l-.M. 1.- . I SUBURBANffOI BY RAMAI'O. uui- gl.r!Ju. CnvballWilt Wall Awhile.^London, Jone 21.^In rreponae to a men-^cage cent to Jemee J. Coibell al Sboffleld,^oik lug what he Intended to dn ebonl tbe '^offer of the Aoditorlnm elub, of New Or-^leane. Corhelt lelegtephod lo the Aoioei-^^led prod tbet he will have nothing lo eay ,,|#0#i 0TI, die heed,^antll hie return lo Amcrice. Ilaaejuet Baeoad aad Nporl Third ^ Big^I'rawd fraoant^Kn ^ r i - itra n Btl, N. Y.. JBBC 31-Thf)^waebaburbea handicap day. Kvery Mat^wae oceni led long befotc Ibe racing began.^Tbe Bret oddi were: 8ir Walter, foar te^one; Klsg Lee, fifteen to one; Hemepta,^sight to five; Kinglet, twenty-five lo on i^Comanche, fifteen to one; CBarida, 100 to^one; Hoary of Navarre, forty to one; Stow,^away, ferty to one; Pickpocket, eight le^one; rtoort, ten lo one; Banquet, ten Id^I one. Don Alonxo, twenty-five lo one. Kemapowon eaelly by a length, Kanqael^I eecond, Hi or! third, lime, 2:08 1-fi. ihe^I dlelence wee e mile and ono-qnerter.^Five furlonge, three yesis eld and up^werdi^Corricllou. Htonenell, Dolly cmt,^fi'.i 2-o; mile end one-eighth^Cendelobroa^Long lloeeb. Melody, l:Mi 2 l| b^lf mile^^Maretti, be. l'anllne, l.ncenio, letaVfj halt^mile^Tbe Bleffer, ranch. Joeie Tsral.^:4M 2-^; aaliarbeu bendicep, mile ead one^qaerler^llamepo. Bouquet, clporl, Ml 1^mile^Ckant, Faolotum. Mr Jtngl.^1:40 2-6; bardie, Iwn milee Bollard,^gurlba. Woodford, 3:54. Phii.i i in .pint, June 21 lo tho match^race lor $2 000 e die betw.ei Haledlu and^Maicot to- lay, the former pace 1 the firefj^bed ia ohJotMi tbe fetleit mile ever made la^a lace el Belmonl park, tialadin won the^eecond heal and reoo in ftM _, ) leaaai ..pull.i. Wain, Tex , June 21. The popolleti nom.^Inded Jolia I. Nagent. of Fort Worth. |g|^governor. The platf.i tn advooatai the^d j abolition of all private benke; ot utlruMioa,^f j ownerehip end operation of ratlioeeV, tele-^phone end telegraph! by goveramoui; f ee^aud anlimlted ooinogo af gold end olivet^upon a ratio nf eiiteen lo on-; leeoaBce by^the government of legel tender pep.r Baoaey. lion,, ^ liars i - , Matoa.Oa., Jane 21.^ Newe waa received^here tc-day of a double tragedy In Crew-^fort county. Watt Deut and O. P. Wright^had a difficulty la Denl'e tlore. W.ighi^cut Deal ec sea the abdomeu. Wright^went aaieea Pie etreet, wne followed by^Dent, who plunged a pitchfork Iclo^Wright'e bread end broke Ihe fork le^llolb men will die. PKMSOMAL IIr. Itolfe, of Ureal Kails, ll at Tha^Helina. OeorgcTravla of Cascade, laat the Oread Central. Mr.aud Mre. I. M. Crutohfleld. of Deer^Lodge, are In tewn. Jaa.L. Thomae. of Diamond City, le a^^;^,to in lloleue. UohorlCoburn, of White t-ulpbur^Springe, le inn.nig the Meeghe^ county peo^^ple in town. MiceKile C Knowlea baa infflelently ra^^covered from Ihe effeele ot bet eooidonl al^Hetle lo be el her ofllee, and ae eoon ae ehe^tidroiig enongh to travel will probably go^lo Ihe coael lo recuprrele. II.M. Paicbou aad family ead L A.^Walker and family left yeeterdty fur Ibe^Helena olab reeort on Flolbeed leke. Wllh^Ibe cice. t on of Mr. Walker, who will re^^turn lit s few deye. Ibe perly will be ahaenl^eome weekl. Hon.Merout Dely, sconmpaaled by Mre.^George klierel, widow of the lete Benalor^Heard, of CellfmBle, ead Mr. Clarke, it^toraty of Ihe lleord odete, errived bore^lad night in Mr. Dely'e privete eer. Mr.^Holy opeul two boaio el Ibe Montane club,^and then returned lo Iho prlvele eer, where^they bpcbIthe night ihe parly leave for^Ibe Hitler Boot reach to-day. Aaho.1to Kotraot or Defend.^Ciiit aoo, June 21.^J, M. Towniend, preo-^Idenl of Ihe out'-lynching league, hae writ^^ten a letter lo Mlet Frenoee Willerd, eeking^her tc rctraot or defend Ihe elelemente aba^le aliened to have made regarding Ihe ne^^gro while in Kuglemf. Mice Willerd wao^quoted ea l aving a, oken dlepatoglngly of^the negro, and atellng last ehe lleiugbt^lynchleg ooinollmee Jueliflable. LiveAtiiitB Men A.li'iuru.^W inn ini in. n, Jaue I. Hepreeentetivei^nf tho live clock boside wbo have l oeu^boUlag a three d .y^ meetlBg here tin ^' ,1^their work to-dey ead adjournal lo meet lo^t bieaeo tintt year. TBe greelor poillon of^to-dey'e aeeoloo wie concerned In Ibe di^-^oooolon of tbe eabjool of the uniformity of^elele roloe aad resulalione for the eoppree-^bIob of collie dleeaaee. IIaeh tin a Hank Huepende.^WiaHiNiiToM, Jane 21.^The comptroller^of the cummer wee edvleeJ lo-dey Ihet^the Blaeh Ullle National hank, of llapld^City, H. D., had euepeaded peymenl. A^benk exemlaar wee at ooee pleaad lu^oherie. II le nudrreio.nl the led report of^Ibe beak lo lha comptroller waa oueetla-^factory, sad lie taipeuelou wee nol o i it -^price.