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The^Standard* Prints Every^Day In the Woafc More Papers^than any Rival in Montana. VOL.II.-NO. 95. ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8,1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. QASHCLOTHING put in plain words CONCERN 45East Park St., BUTTE,MONTANA, Theliberal patronage bestowed^upon Nf, by the public shows us^that they appreciate our efforts^to establish what has been^hitherto unknown in this city,^viz: A One Price Strictly Cash^Store. Wc claim, and are willing^to back our claim substantially^that we are selling goods cheaper^than any store in Butte. And^we should, for as wc arc doing a^strictly cash business wc do not^have to make those who do pay^for what they buy, pay for those^who do not. Neither do wc have^to employ collectors and pay PresidentHarrison Heirs About^Son's Interference in Affairs. IHfcOLD ROW IN HELCNA Ata Conference In the White House^the Executive Is Told How^Carter Was Hurt by the^Postofflce Quarrel. specula)iiif Standard. WaSHIM-TO*,Dec. 7. -The Montana^delegation lias been pouring hot shot into^tin- white house about tin- Helena post-^mastership. They have la-en to see Har^^rison ulxitit the matter ami as the elci lion^in now over and they do not cure tuueh^about how Harribou feels, they have told^him what they consider the cold truth.^They have complained that a democrat^has been permitted to hold the office for^months while there were many patriots^willing to take it, and that ill disgust at^the indifference of the president the^people who were hoping to see u change^neglected to register and so deprived the^party of a representative in congress. Thepresident is reported to have taken^the lecture in his usual cnld-hlou'lcd^fashion and to have made no response to^the suggestion that he had played the^mischief hy |iermittiug his son to run the^administration of affairs in Montana. He^apparent!) felt more keenly alt nit it than^his silence indicated, for the delegation g^ it^tin impression that if they could unite^upon a mall his name would lie sent to the thema percentage of what they collect,nor bookkeepers at large i senate for continuation ri tf mm^salaries. All ot these things^combined show our expenses to^be a smaller percentage than any^of our competitors in conseipience^of which it stands to reason that^we can sell our goods at a smaller^profit than they can. MILESIS ALARMED. TheIndlsu. May lirt I p id Tbrlr Ear st^aajr .Yiouivut. Ihp mo, Dec. 7. tieneral Miles said to^^day: ^Generals Ruger and ( rook have^mm doing all they can to put the small^number of available troop* in a position^to be useful, and so far as possible m^stay the threatened cyclone; yet the end^of the Indian troubles is by no means im^^mediately at hand. No other cirilii'd^country on the face of the earth would^loU rate the many thousands of arnn^savages scattered through the different^states and territories. The people of^Texas. Wish ru Kansas, Nebraska, North^and South Dakota, Montana, W yoming.^1 ..k, east, rn Washington, Idaho, \i^lonaaml New Mexico are seriously In-^1. 1, si, d in this suhjeel. While the lire^may It- suppressed in one place, it will be^still smouldering, and is liaide to break^out at other places where least eipeeted^under the present system. c/hhm.o, Dec. 7. Advices from the In^^dian country received at army headquar^^ters to-night show that everything I^quiet. Several regiments are expected ai^tho Rosebud agency and other stations in^the country to-morrow. There are al^^ready nearly MBO soldiers in that local^it^, under the command of lionet^Brooke. It is the gener d belief thai^when (oneral Miles null , the I tit! i..:^country his policy will be to immediatcU^disarm every Indian found with a gun. St.Pail, Iter. 7.^A Dine lodge agency^special says: Reliable information re^^ceived here to-day states that Indians an^stealing horses, and robbing houses north^of the Cheyenne river. Scouts were sent^out to-day to ascertain facts. troubledold ireland TheIcCartnytte^ Will Start a News^paper or Their Own. LETTERSREAD AT CHURCH TheLord Mayoi ot Dublin Upholds^Parnell In a Fervent Spuech^Healy Hanged In Itfigy. BfcCOMINt. lit- MOCRATIC. II..' OYERGOATS Theweather is against us for^the sale of these goods and the^only way to avoid carrying them^over is to put a ptice on them^that people cannot resist. \\ e^are selling for S5.CO a good heavy^watm ulster, an article worth^fully half as much again and for^Jho.CO a neat dressy chinchilla^sack coat in blue or brown. For^$ 15.00 wc offer .1 brown Melton^overcoat, well made and war^^ranted to last fully two seasons. For$ 1S.00 wc have a steel gray^cassimere, one of the cheapest^coats in our stock well worth^$2$.00 of any man's money; also^a brown frie/e coat, neat Tilting^and well made, with aline flannel^lining. In the higher grades \w^have all qualities and styles and^can only say ^Come and Sec^Them'' lor the must be seen to be^appreciated. Whilethe delegation is said to he united^on a in in, they will not mention Ins iui^ .^going no further than to say it is not^Walker. CARTERMIGHT GET IT. speakerlined I aunnl Name s 4 hairiuaii^lor the t oiuugs t uiumittee. Specialto the stanclan:. WAsitiNcms,Dec. 7. -Under the rules^of the house there is no way by which^lb ed cm put a new incmlx r on the coin-^age committee and si cure Ins eh ctioii as^I 1I1.linn.in. The only thing fur hiui.oilo^is to name a new man and let the man^who stood 111 xl to t onger take tho leading^I place. The next man is Mr. Wickhain of^j I lino. Wickhain voted on June .'^ with^Mckinley to pass the caucus resolution to^rush through the caucus silu r bill anil on^June 7 ugaihst the motion to refer the bill^hack with instructions to the committee^to report a free coinage hill; yet the ohjec-^tiou to him is said to tie that he is a free-^coinage mun and therefore one whom it^is objectionable to put at the head of the^committee. The committee on ruli h is^said to lie considering the propriety of^reporting a rule to enable Keed to get^over the difficulty. The trouble will ba^that the silver men may lie too strong to^rmik^ it iKMsittte to get through a rule oh^noxious to them. The next mail to \\ u k-^hum Is Walker of Massachusetts, who is^an anti-silver man, next to him is (.'after.^Reed could do the handsome thing h) n-^tiriug Wickhain and so give I am r a^chance to be chairman. The Montana^man would lie glud to give up the mines^and mining chairmanship for that on^coinage. THEWEEK IN CONGRESS. Thetone mil Will ^ out I u uc to Occupy^the Time of Ills Neuale. WAslliMInN, Dec. 7. It is the llhdi r-^standing generally among the MMM. 1^that the national elections bill is to oc^^cupy the greater part of the tune of the^senate this week. Ill the house the Indian^couiiniilce will have Wednesday and the^committee 011 private luiid claims Satur^^day for the consideration of hills reported.^Then arc a number of matters, any ot^which may take up the remaining two^I i) of the week; though it is likely that^the appropriation committee will occupy j^part of tins time, c ither with the urgent |^ili tii 11 in y hill, making appropriations for j^tiie printing for the census office and^rations for the turbulent Sioux, or with !^the formications hill, Isith of which an^expected 10 lie ready for consiiluatiuii by^the house next wet k. BLAINEAND THE PRESIDENCY. beginningmeant into TO.Our SUITS. Oursales on suits during the^^^^I^^^last week has been enormous, manyof our lines being entirely^gone while others are broken.^We have, however, telegraphed^our eastern buyer and will have^new fresh goods in the^of the week. In the^the broken lines must^profits go ^ ith them, but we do^not object to that as ue must not^carry any odd suits. We have^cut the price of these suits from^20 per cent, to 25 per cent, anil if^teat does not sell them we will^give up; but we think it will. In^these lines wc have not only the^cheaper class of goods but MMM^^ we were selling at $22.00, $25.00^and S 30.00. These goods are^now cut to $15.00, jfiX.oo and^$20.00. They are just as good to^you as though w e had a dozen of thembut not to us and we arc^ iiim if mil ml perfectlywilling to sacrifice our everywhere, I do not think the siren^profits in order to make room for ' v^^'^''''^' ^x^li,io^1 ,^^id,n '''^^^^^the new goods to arrive. oneof itia Manga Bays nr win sm lie^a Candidate. Ni.wVoi;k, Dec. 7. I.x-Congnssinan^Am ^s 1 ow lis, ml of (lino, who is at tin^^t-Mill Avenue hotel, docs not think Mr.^Illume is ill the presidential rare, says a^s|icrial to the San Francisco ( hronicb. He^said ill a conversation lo-ila): ^I wish to^pierce the lllaine bubble right here.^111.due is a friend of mine and I admire^him very much. He is not u candidate^for the presidency, lie told luu himself.^I had a long conversation with him one^day and lie said thai he had I Hen a candi^^date several tunes and failed of nomina^^tion. Whet, he did get it he was defeated^and he thought that was enough. Hisambition, he added, was to full II^the duties of secretary of slate in a ^^y^thai would reflect credit ion, the country^and himself. He has tired of the political^excitement involved in a presidential^race. I believe Mr. Illume, and while he^is popular ai.d his reciprocity ideal have c himfrom his resolution not to Im^cutididale. MARRIEDON THE FLY. AWedding Performed Helmut a Pair ol^(^alb,plug Horses. Kewfokt,Ky., Dec. 7. One of the most^exciting weddings on ri-ioi-.l occurred^here yesterday. W. I1. Weldlin ami Miss^Lulu Helicr drove 40 miles from Williams-^town at a break-neck speed to get lien^ahead of the girl's angry father, woo pas^posed their marriage, -ays a spei 1.1I I^^the San Francisco ^'/ii-uMirfV. They went^immediately to the court house, where^they were refused a license. A hack was^s^ cured and the anxious couple drove lo^Dayton, to the residence of County Clerk^Jones. After some persuasion ibe old^gentleman agreed lo issue a license.^Sipiire Hallen was found, and the ipiur-^telle started for this city, w hen lie In nh -^lo- 11 espied her father III hot pursuit 1he sipnre could not murry tin- couple^111111I he got inside the corporation lines.^Tin- ha^ Kiuaii had he- horses going at a^wild gallop. At last they approu, hci! the^Inn-. J he couple stood up and cjeapad^hands. Squire Hallen braced himself^against the seat, and, clasping the joined^hands, watched for the hue. Hy this time^the f uller was within 1^I feel, yelling^madly as the buck dashed across the line,^ami w hile it was rocking like mail in its^w Id rush Hallen married the couple. The^father concluded to let it go, ami ihe party^returned home this morning. AMURDER AND A LYNCHING, 4'ulorril Mrii Hung One of Thrlr Uwn^Nulnhrr lor shooting a Willis Msn. (.1.1i.Nu^mii^. Mis^., Dec. 7. At Ki .chuck^landing, on the Yazoo river, IVnnis Mar^mi. ill company with other ingrocs, en^^gaged ill a game of craps close to Mr.^Arou's store, a prominent citizen and |^wealthy plantation owner. After playing^some lime a disturbance was raised,^h, 11^Aroii went out to rciuuiisliale, and linding^that Martin caused the disturb.uni ad^^vanced upon him. Martin drew a rcvolvi r^ami llrcdupoii A roll without effect, Amn^went into Ins store and Phillip Tlinina .^followed by several other colored m^ 11,^eafried Merlin into the store 10 apolog:/,^to A roil. Martin,upon seeing Aron, pulled a re^^volver and hud |Mutit blank at Aron,^killing him almost instantly. Martin^then luriicd and llreil upon n w ralothers.^Martin then attempted to eat ape hut was^captured by a posse of colored citizens^and lyncin ik TEN MILLION DOLLARS. AnOiler for Ihe Property linuwn as the^^ lierokee si i i p. Chuai.o.Dec. 7. -Colonel A. .1. Snider,^u wealthy Kansas City cattleman who is^in thi* city, had a consultation with some^stockmen yesterday, and as Ibe rc-ult^sent a message to Chief Mays^of the Cherokee Nation, tend, r-^ing flii.onu.Ulu in cash for the^ti,aUU,UM acres of land known as the^( lierokee strip. It is undcisto.h| that be^makes the offer as Ihe representative of^the ( lierokee Strip Live Stock Associu-^lion, (jovcrnment .Hirers claim the^Cherokees have no right to sell their laud^to the parties. The Cherokee legislature^is in session and ( ol. Snider says lie ex-^|m-cts a reply to his telegram Monday or^Tuesday. GOOD EOH THE GOVERNOR. He kills a fellow Who Was Trying lo^A,v.i^li .ilr Mo. CmiirMtXIi 11, viatialv, ston, Dec, 7.^All all'nipt has just been made to assas^^sinate Colonel ( aria-isis.1. the governor^of the state of I liiapas, at : all Cristobal.^The governor, instead of lieing killed^'himself, shot the would-la- assassin. Healthauthorities as Vera fjfcgf will^give out very few reports to the press^als.iit the yellow level m that city. How-^^ear, popular rum r ha- it that the ili-^^eaea is cpid^-mic there. 1 he bishop of^Vera (. nil is ilying. LONOOK,I'ec. . , rha conference of ibeMcCarthy iM proloafed until^after inidnight laat night. Mi l artby pr^sided throughout the-osion. The roni-^roitti -, consisting 1 1 Murphy, Barry,Mrs^rough, Henley, Sexi 11 and Power, was appointedlo draft ^ praapacMM for a I ledci inpaiiy to tatabl sh a daily news^^paper 1:. In ! 1 'nl, \ lie devoled to the III-^I' i' -I of the nai ^ aaJM party. Harry^Wcl b, the treasurer of the new company,^1 opened a list, and ih,* memlM-ra present^. uibeeribed 4l,U)D. It it probahle that^I mint 11 t ltunl trill U come a daily pilbh-^' canon. Themajority of Hie party w-crc keenly^alive to the disadvantage of leading na-^iioiialist paper* inning with 1'arnell, and^ihe whole of the machinery of the Na^^tional league being under Ills control.^I hey arc hn|m-ful, however, thai the k^^lluciico of the bishops and priests will as^^sist lb, 111 to obtain a popular verdict. Itah sides are pi^ paring for all imme^^diate campaign in Ireland. Aletter from the arch bishops and lush-^ops was read at all Catholic churches in^In land after Ihe celebration of the masses^of to-day. At St. Column's cathedral,^Qllcellslown, after the letter had been^rca.!, Kev. Father IVk addr .-s. d tin con^^gregation. He declared it w as no longer^possible for Pariiell lo remain ul tin-bead^of the Irish party, lie bad d.sgi ared, dis^^honored and degraded himself by Ins own^act-, and could not lead the smallest sec^^tion of the Irish people. In refusing to^recogtiixe the authority of the bi^b^n^,^i'aruell was doing incalculable mischief^'.^the Irish cause, lie was performing^the work of the enemy, and rendering the^people disunited and distracted. Mi( arthy has addressed a circular to^all ihe Irish uiemb- rs of parliament, in-^1 lulling Paruell, calling a meeting of Ihe^part) all'o'clock lo-tiiorrow. The first^business Income tie fore the meeting will^hi- the election by ballot of a consultation^roininittcc of ^ ight iim iiiIm i's. Ihe parly is discus-mg tin udv i-alnhiv^of Dillon and O'llrien returning by way^^d France, where the convention could ha^held, at which the advice of the envoy^could Imj obtained Is fore their arrest. Ullkooty,P. 11'llrn 11. Carew and Mahon^arc still classed wild lliei doiibiful. The^slrengtb, therefore, -f the MeCarlhyilea^is ,^i and that of ihe . arm Mm - :l. Fariut-rs'tllisioe tliuul Kcady In^I idle With ihe Itighlvous. Olvl.A, Dec. 7. W hile Ihe National ll-^l:auc^^ delegates have been resting more^or less to-day after the labors of tlvedays,^still Ihere has Is-eu a large amount of^coiiiinilU i- work going on and many ini-^|m,rtant couf, roil'-' s have Im-cii held. All^this wid facilitate f-otiveniion work to^^morrow and it is predict, d that more r^ al^business will lie done than during all die^pn \ urns sessions put together. Itefon-adjournment last night, Wash^^ington, D. C, * as ih 1 lid upon as the^place and the third Tuesilay in Novem^^ber as the nine for holding the next an^^nual niceiiug of the National alliance,^strong efforts, it is said, will Ih- mad^ to^^morrow lo revoke this action and make^Indianapolis Ihe place, with consider^^able hop^ ^f sin-cess. Prejudice^ag.iitiM Washington has 1st 11 exi ited by^westerners lien-. The opinion is gaining^ground that the national leaders of the^democratic party have many lobbyists^hen- in their interests and thai tin- policy^of the alliance in many respects will Im^^llltliicliced by tbem, notably 111 the rase of^tin- sub treasury lull. Thai measure is^now under eoiisideral ou hv the national^alliance and Ins be n for several days^paal. |l is predicted that when it llllalli^comes from the committee it will have^Im-cii iiiishtled and changed lit many 1111-^|m^rtanl particulars Willi the view^of making it accord with demo^^cratic doctrine lo such all extent^that it can easily Is- adopted hy the na^^tional deiiiiMTatic convention of Is'rj, or^perhaps Is- pa-setl t.y congress prior to thatevent. With s slight changes andmodifications the alliance plalfoim^could, ii is predicted, secure absolute^adoption hy the national dcimM-ralie con^^vention, and this, wilh the endorsement^of the nadttod sub-treasury bill would^place the democratic party squarely up^^on the Farmers' alliance platform. Ill^this way it would gam the support of the^entire alliance and Ihe democratic voles^throughout the country- A^ iimeiis' alliance was formed hen- to-^^ lav I- r liie piir|m^se of establishing a hi al^citizens' ulliaucc in the cities and large^low us,if the country. It organised wnh^J. D. Holder of Kansas president, lialph^lleaiimoiit of New York ^i-crclary, S. P.^Wild of Washington, D. I'., treasurer. lb, Ulcers also constitute thccifs-ti- livocommittee. It w ill at once establish^national beaihpiarters ui tVashinglou,^and as it increases its executive memlMT*^ship w ill Im^ enlarged, to include one from^each stale ill the organization. This body^is an outgrowth of Ihe citizens'alliance^movement in Kansas and other western^states. As these local citizens' alliances^arc increased the national body will hf^made up of prominent residents of cities,^11 . .pit tin- .1 tb. If trades or professions. mar,h^t| in pn cession and carried cups^i1' nt.11'img large doaes of whiskey and^wh.lea li.niilM-r of biscuits colll-^pn-ed the dietary portion of the eeca-^1'ide, ibe w:covered with a Whitecloth. ,en 1 - went He- rounds of eye,lutteiing open doors and^forcing their way into the bedrooms of the^freshmen. When they bad dragged out a^nt nanabef of victims and gathered^tla m log, ib. r 111 their scant night dresses,^tl . m is^pi^.radcr^ proceeded lo celebrate^high ma.s, anil forced their victims to^go through the ceremony to it* smallest^I. ..hinging them thereto with cutting^blows from switches or slicks. The vic^^tim, were I rcciI lo drink quantilie* of^v .11 I gorge themselves with bis-^111.1-. Many were compelled by fear of^further blows lo cat and drink far beyond^their comfortable capacity. Ibe party Iheii broke up, but five^participants went to the r^m^ni of a^fellow student, who bail not a*^Ml Imcii ihsturtird, and dragged^him out of bed, stripped bis nighl^shirl from him, tore it into shrrda and^then carried him into the court, where , jrag_,|^they tint him to a tree and left him. stark j _^naked, mini morning. The outraged men,^,0 ling on the advice of some of the more^llantloj coll, g.- men, applied to the^anil.'run s for r^ dress, and gave the^names ofltlie aggressors. The deans, af^^ter hear ng the rase, decided that the.^charge of blasphemy was not proven, but^the forcing of their way into the men's^rooms ^ as proiioiiced lo be a brutal out-^1 , .., an I punishment . were dealt out ac^^cordingly. The punishment dealt out was^1! ' -ending of two men down for good;^la., more were restricted and others were^gated for one or two terms. The major^^ity .1 the college,however, declare agallist^the informers and s'lll more against those wliii-clod them hi lay information ts-foit*the faculty. goreby the bucket WhatCimtofiSdbbatii-OajBillFllU inMexico. THECOUNTRY'S BUSINESS,for the Past OTHELLOAND^Mis Theatrical THE SUN GOD.^Hard luck in tIrsrlllg House statement^H*vt*u Hays. IIn. Dim . '.. The clearing house sisieiiieiilfor last week is as follows Nis York Hostm . chjeago Philadelphia M,I -^us I11-'in. sailI ranclscu i'null Isjnver s|.Paul....' Minneapolis lialvrsloll... luliiiuorc1 inrtniiat! New01 leans K.iousCity Milwaukee I'oiilaml.lire KaNlake IksAngeles Iaflagkt N-allle Tolslilearinits lesdl mi 'u si .'' iir.'.aaj 'ineaaaa 1en!^ompaiisl kaine week List )ear. SOMEMUPriFPS THROWN IN Whilethe Soldiers Are Gone to Saa .theFun the Convlcta RIM^-A Free-for-AII^Slaughter. Dm. bee. :.- A special from II^Paso. T exas, to the K. puhlicnn says -. Tba^bull fight* this afternoon at Jaurea. Mex- :co,ware viewed by an immense crowd.^They w.-re brutal and fierce in every re^^spect, and one horse, ridden by a fighter,^was horned three times, ripping the left^foreleg almost from the body. Tb^ bulla^were virioui and kept the crowd hi a^(ever of excitement during the afternoon.^The last bull was sabered and^from tba arena dead. While^the - ^ rs were absent from the^poet, attending the fight, the convict^soldiers revolted at the barracks, killed^the sergeant of the guar Is, the corporal^and a private. Themurderers, 1- in number, broke^from the barracks and escaped to the^mountains. They were followed by the^soldiers. Three men were overtaken and^shot 10 death and four were captured and^returned to the post. They are ordered^tobe killed st sunrise to-morrow. VIOLATINGTHE LAW. .S|^er HEALYEUliNLD IN EFFIGY. Ii, ASHCLOTHING CONCERN 45East Park St., BUTTE,MONTANA. tineIndian SitikvM1'M.i.sDec. 7.^A special to^tho /iVri'ic from Okanogan announces^the killing by Deputy Sheriff Ives, after a^iles|*ratc light, of the Indian murderer of^1'reighur t'olcs. The Indian had Im.h^hiinied by theolllt cr for several wit-ks.^Ill the light a sipiaw was seriously^wounded. Ina Cull11. Nivv Voi;k, Dec. 7. -The French steam^^ship la( h.unpagnc which suiicil from this^port for Havre on Saturday, returned to^her duck at the foot of Morton street be^day, having Im cu 111 a collision early this^morning with the freight steamer Lie*^bam z. Isiiind for Brooklyn, from K10^mm in-. The damage to both ^learners^was slight. Nobotly was hurt. IlooiuersItun 11111, Kansas, Nov. in Wi lit r v. Kansas, Nov. 7. - Lieutenant^Elliott, of the KifIII cavalry, with a force^of .11 men, returned hi t night with 1.',^Isioim-rs, running them over the state^line They were found on lllack Ik-ar^creek in tents, hoping to remain^there until the ^trip was open for settle-^in. id. 'Ma- boomers consisteil ,,f men, In del rluldreo, and there is mucli sullcinig fi ^in the cold weather. Annie II,, w II. the daughter of a boomer, died^to-day from ex|iosure. taaaaaajM itejoic*. MewYork. I'ec, 7.^Lata this afternoon^Kaniest ^v Itli r. aged M, shot his win Aim, mmwnold. in tba arm and then shot^hbjawll'' '^'uple. He died in stantly.'1 I ' woman's wounds are not^datigeruu-. TheI lo.i Msvol ot MMfel lllltrrly aeaaeesthe tiiiposiiiun. Dllit.lM. Dec. No references were^made to rarncll 111 the churches here tie^11.iv . A meeting of nationalists was held^to-day 111 I'hoinx park. The attendance^was onlp nualeraie owing to Ihe bitterly^I cold woatlier. The lord ma.v or, m ho prc-^1 sided, moved a resolution that I'arnell^I alone was fitted to lead the nation. He^condemned the llcalyit.es, wl inde^^pendence and integrity, he said,had Im-cii^snapped by Knglisb wire pullers, lie^called on I'arnell under 110circumstances^lo abandon his p. itiun. dladstoric, he said,was still Iibiigguig Ireland. When Sexton,liealy. Dillon and O'llrien^Kroaiisi were dining with (ilailstom-^Ihey were is-rhaps ding the lush cause.^Sweet breads ami nice dishes had over^^come them. Ii- challenged I'arnell'^opponents, whom he rharactcriEcd at^|Kilitical h I^ rs, lo come to lit laud and^sit* how they in old la* received. The^resolution wa ^ carried llllaillinoii-ly, and^also a vote of 1 inks wa lend.-red to^those wImi stipporh il I'arnell. The crowd^burned all 1 Ihg) ^f Healy and kn k^ d lln^remains alsnit the park with shouts . 1^derision. Otherwise the meeting was^orderly. ^^^ ASTATEMENT TO THE PRESS. lour ul Ihe Irish I nloys I nlte In a Vtunl^no 1lo^ siin^tp,,, NrwToM, Ike. ; -O'Brien. Sullivan,^Dillon, ill on in 1 id lull, Irish em 01 ,i^.^America, arrived in this city to-day from |^I hit-ago. Harrington, who decided lo j^tast his lot with 1'arnell, did not ac^^company them. I . I'. O'Connor went to^a hotel where he lias friends, w hile the^other four pul up al Ihe Holftnan house.^They tiMik the lim st suit of rooms m the^house on the first tl sir. They refused i^^^Is-Interviewed, bin all signed the follow^^ing stutciiichi to iln- press: Weregret to It- obliged to continue^and tiiainlaiii absolute silence in the cir^^cumstances of the present moment. We havecabled our approval to lb. rl o| Jii'tinMcCarthy a- chairman of Iln Irish^our earnest hop* is^11.d our |h-oplt- may^-ee in ihcchoice and^I* ss blessing of unity^raf additional com-^municatiou we inay hnd oursi |vi n at hie^erly to make to Iln- public will Is- made^collectiVfT) and will not Is* made so long^as wa can si e an; 1 ibility of -avingoiir^country from u ruiuoue rontiiei. Wc^would prefi 1 ibe ^ news should suffer^by our holding mil '^ ngues ratio r than^that a posninht. of unity should ha^prejudlcitl by a single injudicious wordal ll.laMlnl.al .... ...... a, i nationalpnriy ali i^that our roll, agin^see the way i^ acip^thus restore the pi^in our pal ^ Wh , thispainful inoiueni.' MaatJ010 i^ '.mis sn*l s Hrsw.^Omaha, Dec. leffafa the South^limaharliib last n .'ht Tommy White of^Chicsgo and Dan Daly of Maine fought^'^1 rounds in .it and .'..'1 it.unites.^It resulted in a draw, with l^othmen badly^punished. .A thief's liig Haul.^Lonpom, Dec v pan-el containing^^vi.OUO francs, frmii all hiiglish bank, lias^liei'ii stolen l^i ^ 1 '-lend aud Antwerp,^on ita way to Ai mi. Luisul 1.01,. All Aruuuii.^IlLMlK, Die. Ii ^ re|airled In re hs^night that a ntimls r of people were killed^al a bull flght at El faeo, Texas, to-day. suprs MMag I-loin the clip ago Tribune. TheItomaiis lis, 11 to select their tallest '^incii for rulers. T he same rule holds 111^making the cast for a spectacular plav .^For instance,ill Ihe ^Italics of ihe Wooil,^^tin man who is the hun (iud was selected .^for thai part iMt ause he is wcU-miiocled^and hat a frown on hun like that which^hovers over the hin d girl mi wash-day.^1 be .-sun I.ihI is also Ihe (J/AWiu of Ihe^cast 111 Ibe Shakespcrian procession 111^tin-third act. I he O'AW'o in Hut pro^^cession 111 the ^llals-s^ doesn't have to^ktii'w as imieh as the (^'ir/ioait hucansl^by Mr. Irving or Mr. HimiiIi i^T Mr liar- 1^reit. All tin- Ottel ' 111 Ihe ^HalM-s^ has^to do is to come down the ^mar- .^hie st.11rw.1y^ like a Venetian Misir |^with htati-iitn-ss ami head afact, I^ami not stale down mi ihe rail .^^they do ill Indiana. The other^night this dual character. Sun (omI and '^OUK la, wan doing Ihe OaVdh) pari.^When be was about to descend the^^marble st.nrwiiv^ he looked down |a^ |^stead of up, as ic/i.//,^ should. Tlie scene^Im-Iow and the heavy costume which ibe^Mimic wore made him did), and for a I^inoiiiciil he tottered. Mr. A Ihcrl, si-cine^artist, who h is more to do with the Sun^(,.hI than b^ has with i ^AcJ/.i, saw l^)^ll^^toller mi the ^marble steps. (esslinss!^ -aid Mr. Alla-rt, ^my Sun |^GimI is drunk ami be won't Is- able to do^bis act.^ And Mr. AlU-rl riislu ,1 aniiiud^on Mi -lage to Mil l (hat he was mistaken,^bid also lo Ibid that i'^ni'o was kicking^because b. had l^^ carry ^all Ihein^git-rin's^ around. Intliesanic cast is a young Lnglishmaii^who is a ^sti|s-r.^ The pniieip.il thing^In- has to do is to step off in the m irch 011^Ins loll leg, but In- tol gets that in. tit ol the^lime. Can'tyou n-iiieuilM-r that'.'^ yelled^Manager Leslie to him the other day^^If you had any brains yon , ouhl rvmeiii-^ls-r it.^ ^I f I had any brains.^ retorted^tin- supc, ^I wouldn't Im- a -ni^'. BELMONT'SPOTOMAC. CooperHoe.nl Se^ Any II, is.01 HhvMrtl^Sim llrsrst ShiMilil Itn, Hon NywYtiuk, Dec. 7. AllH-rtCiMi|m-r, Sen^^ator lb arst s trainer, now here, is dubi^^ous n g inling the truth ^f the re|s,rt now^in active circulation among racing men,^that the senator I IIP tided lo bid high for^1'otom.tc at the approaching sale ol the^Ih liu'iiil siud. Idon't know w hy the senator should^want I'otomae when we already have a^Ih in r colt 111 our stable,^ said he to u^Ti i' msc rcporii-r. Voumean Yoscinite^ Exactly,^ said CootM-r. ^lie is in^my opilinu gissl enough to hold^his own with Ihe ts-st two-year-old thai^tan Im-bniught against hun. (If course^-senator lle.-irsl ma) h eide to buy bun.^but I think the colt 111 spite of his futurity^v .1 lory is not Morth anything like the ex^^travagant prices that will likely be of-^fen d for him. ANOXFORD OUTKAGE. freshmen llrsngul lion, Their Itnli lu^(slrhrsle High Maes. 11\hirii,Dec. 7. 1 linen s college was^lately the si cue of a serious ouibn-ak^among the und.-rgraduates. A-party of^hftit-n or sn'i en young men ^^ 1 out in^luasi|Ueruiliiig costuiiie, the h a.', - Is-mg^dressed as .1 I. .hi p with a mitre 111 I cro^^sier ami all tin paraphernalia aagavJaW to^the ..Ihe. . - c. ^ a -pit lal lo tin s.iu 1'ran-^, .coi I,, 1. Among others there was^one null, two acolytes, with censers and^incense, w hile H e balance wore surplices.^Ail is.n a sanctimonious ami highly^mock iln orous hsikaud semblance. The) DENOK COUNTERFEITERS. In 11, .1 Males iimeers Cawtara Thrss Men^sml their tVhols llullll. Dim..ii.n. Mo., Dei-. Special Treas^^ure ti'. ni M.iri'in anil so ri'i s,, rvl,^((f.^Ilcer Tn adwell desceiuled upon a den of^coiinierfciiers m ar New Market )esler-^d iv and captured Hurnbarker, a man by^the name of Henley ami a third whose^name could not be learnad. The officers^also coiittsfntist their entire plant. 1 n^Misting of plates, diet ami presses and^more than J I^ ^.^ ^^^ spurious money. The^counterfeit money made Ihey have been^^hipping I ast for circulation and Mason^sat t it it a verv dangerous imitation, es-^p. . i.dly Ihe JJo lulls. The public has^Im cii warned against tin 111 hy eastern pa^^per*. vPlalu spokru I'reochsr. Ihen are Millie pi on spcal.dig clergy- lueii111 the ITnlitl Male-. An exchange npitsih.il Kev. James W. I'liliiam, abaptist minister at Tioga, I'a., rei clitly^- ml to his people : ^The church is rolti-n^1 1 the con-, from the fronts*-.11 tolhehack.^j and if ti c people wh^ In,- 111 large houses^ami pnl ^ii Ih, most stt |, paid their boll, st^debts they would not have a .planer of a^dollar to call their own.^ It is alleged^1b.1t he threatened to kick some of thi^^ne ml- rs of the church if they did not go^voluntarily. T here was ah uproar in Ibe^... sty, but his salary wa- ri.-ed * fi.^Kev. W. I . ( arrof the Shiloh rhun-h in^New York, is reported lo have -aid thai^^ n lam members wi i^ using the church's^for bona rariag. gambling ami^other immoral purposes. Also that sonic^of the female members wen^ dishonest. \l.iiioniollvs Kuglussr's Fears. Kioinihe 1 lilt ago Mail. Iwas a locomotive engineer for fifteen I^years,^ said a le w Iv elected member of^tl.^ Indiana house of repn-selitati xes.^^anil I always was chicken-hearted. I^never cIiiiiImmI up to my cab thai I wasn't i^appn-hfiittve thai something would pap- 1^|m-u to send me home as freight. I eiMild !^never gel over it, and I unit railroading 1^, -^ I came to the conclusion that I 1Id make a living at something else thaididn't have so heavy risks. AbsentMln.lril [t loin iIm- H-s4oii I'iMirier. IIn- I'rofess r, at the dinner lable Ob,^bytln-wav, Mrs. I llopstifks, have )oii^' seen your lltlle boy, Willie, lately '.' Mr..I hopsm ks No, I'rofetKor, I have^not ^, en bun sine- 11 o'c]tM-k. and 1 can't^1 imagine w list has Imme of him. lu fact, IIam very much worrusl about Uiiu.^1'rofceaoe IVall, su ing Martha imur^urn that glass of water jtisi now reminded^me ^^( something that I hail 011 my mind^I to tell you wane tune ago, but which un-^, fortunate!) escaped my mind. Il was^lust about 10 o'eioek, I HMMk, that 1 saw IIntl.. W lib^ fall down the well. Ashrewd Move. K1..111ihe 1,. in lal Mauagcr. A.Vo l ^ that fine house .' The man^wlwhs it made all his money as a cab-^driver. II. How did he manage lo do it^^vii iugli. He made il a rule tu knowlis exact minute when tin-tram left^m whu hint passenger waa going, and^1station al the very last mo no1.1 the passenger could not dispute^with him. ii^ matter what he charged. Hunk.I iigl.mil Will II,.. lu Help i*.^I OKUON, Dee. 7. - A wnler of the flnan- rialarllcle which appeal* in ihe Hatg|^1' ^ nwming. aaya ha thinks it will ba it) i^ assist iln- New York banks to 1.1 ih. .r difficulties in getting gold tiin London. TheOaJaeM HhhbiI to Pea OleomargsrtM^lastsad of Hatter. '^rrmpooiteors of the Maarlaril. .^PlttLIPsaCBO, Dec. 6.-Webster deflnea^^- as -'artificial butter mada^from animal fat with the addition of some^unlk and nlber substances.^ 1'opular^opinion inclines to the belief that it ia^made of stale grease and any slaughter^house impurities of an oleaginous nature^not otherwise provided for and notwith^^standing the allegations of the manufat^Hirers of the stuff as to its virgin purity k^is more than probable that tba popuUa^idea it more than half correct. AnywajA^there ia a federal law compelling thoae who \^manufacture il to pay a revenue lo the \^government and to stamp each package \^111 such a manner that whoever used it^should not be deceived or deluded into the^U li,.f that they were using the production^of some well trad Jersey or Holetein^creamery. There it alto a state law, paga^^at, aaettai lf^l revised statutes of Mon^^tana which provides that: Am|^ r^uo or nrftooi who shall offer, rxpoa*^or have for vtltor tivr m offer to give away or^in .ui^ niaiiuer iH^|iose of oienmai i^rtne. butter-^ine. siiuie .,r.uij article, MilMUoaee or prepaajl^Im^ iBtemM t^ hsiis.-dia can he uaaT^sivrn awa^ ledispxseit of as aiiihatBIt^iMiUer or .-lieaw or for snv of the pur|^sr^ for^tier nrckaejt are ateU hy whatever nagaa^tin same mat brtlesiguah-d shall in sditillna tulhe^rr,|Uirrrarntt aow nxsds by law as la the aattea,^en , 1-at at lessl four u-gu-es priati-d in pkun^K 'liiaii iv|* of st l^sst one inch in length, tbree^of xanl D^tl.e^ la hr in the English and one in^the liermiataagasgr id font . oii-picnum place*^in each salesroom, slur^', office, place or place*^where taM rabttaore srucle or preparauoa la a*^hi pt ^^ ^ ffered tor sale or dlspisMtt of, said no^^tices in 1 isitaia the true name at iirh article^^r preps' at inn over me words'For^s.,., lb 1. sint u.. .'llM-r word, whatsoever. -Ifeat any prrmjii uoloting^snv . 1 il..- |.r.'vi.,^us ^I slsive sci-tiiMi shall be^dei-mcil Biulty of a miMli-niesnor and u|m^ ma^^in lion siisll It- niii-l mil less than Itfty or newe^III.111 .me Imnitred dollars or hv anpi i^unieul ia^the roiint) jail out lrs^ than ten da^^ or mora^than Hurl) *iy^ ^* h) huth such fine and.imprla-^onnirul. It,, gkggt law seems to the average citizento ls^ grtsl sense and should be en^^fore d strictly but so far as I'bdipeburg;^and i.ranitc is concerned it seems lo ba^void and of no tone or effect. In the paal^par Chinese restaurant* have sprung^into existence in both places like mush^^rooms ui June and presumably on account^of their cheap rates get considerable pal-^piii.tge 'I he argument is made and it^does seem to he a g-^-l one, that with but fewexceptions I ^ -' ik* were em^^ployed by ibe restaurants and hotel*^and the only apparent difference^waa paying your bill or giv^^ing the ^stand ^If^ to a Chinaman^instead of a white man, and thi* doe* not^seem t^^ justify the difference in price.^Hut as ever the way of tlie heathen i* dark^and peculiar, and it ba* been lately dh^^covered thai all, or nearly all, of the^I hun -^^ restaurants liolh al I'lnlipsburg^ami GfanHi have la-en using oleomarga^^rine 111 place of butier.and in no rose have^they complied with the above law in re^^gard Ui posting notices. The 'Ulcers know all about the matter^and have bail evidence enough lo convict^several of the proprietors of these places,^but for some reason have as yet taken no^artion 111 the mailer. The attention of^tba county attorney, it is understood, ha*^also It eg called to the matter and it doe*^, be tonieltsly'* duty to tee lo it^that the l^w I* enforced, and that people^who eat oleomargarine shall at least know^what they are eating as the law directs.^The Chinamen have im-.-h shipping it in^here all summer from a wholesale grocery^bouse in Huttc. So far as known none^ba* Is-eu tbipped to any wbia^ person and^tlis- heathen teem to have a monopoly of^the trad*. mmWm, Ue Waa, from Dm Mtsburt Chronicle. AnI i'l laid policeman observed ^oeae^htMly 1 limbing in the side window of a^prominent Clinch s house after midnight,^ami pi 'iuplly seized Ibe intruder. IP roved 10 lie a fourteen-year-oid boy.^'^Wnatarayou doing hen .^' demanded^the policeman.^^1 liv* here,^ declared the youth.^^^I don't know alsiut that. We'll aae.^Cniu, around at Ih* fnmt door. After* f*w pressor** of the alagMa^butu 11. a marcidine Head waa pnuruiled^fr. 111 an upper w in. low. audit was saluted^1 ^ query from the youth:^^Ha. ami I your hoy^-It siHjnd* like his voice,^ replied the^father; ^what's tl^- matter Ifound him getting 111 iln side window,^sir.^ replied iln officer, ^and 1 didn't^r, , ,. him s brought I hg i^ the^from 10 tea if he was your ^on. i,ime rigid. ^I^ ^'r;'lme right Slow,^young in^^, come 111.and we'll investigate^the n .itoa of your being out so late.^^The two adjourned i^^ the kitchen, and^^Hut we will i!raw a rail oyer what fol^^lowed.