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ANACONDA,MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1891. PRICEFIVE CENTS. G ASHCLOTHING concern. 45EAST PARK ST.. BUTTE THEYSIDE WITH US EnglishPapers Ridicule tbe Motion ol^Italy Declaring War. Inthe past few davs things arelooking considerably more^favorable than lormerly.^Spring goods coming in and as^we are l.appy to say some are^also going out. The styles this^year have not materially^changed fiom what they were^last year; both extremes being^worn In suits a plain black-^garment is proper but also a^garment with checks, 2 inches^wide is just as ta liionable. The^^Black Craze^ is still on, black^suits, black shirts, black under^^wear, bl ick socks and black^silk handkerchief^, being still^very largeiy worn. Outside of^this, however, and except in^su ts, plaia colors seemtohave^taken entire possession ot the^market in underw er, shirts and^socks; lew fancy uarments be-^int; obt unable. We are happy^to state, how-'ver, lor the In ne-^tit ol those who still persist in^the old styles that we are^amcntjst the favor* d lew who^were able to obtain any and^while possib y Ml able to show^as large a line as in former^years can still show a jrood^assortment. SUITS. Weare this season going to^make an eftort lor the trade of^the working man and to that^end have provided ourselves^with lines of suits especially^adapted for them. We have^goods at jSio, #12, Si 5, Sis and^^20 that we offer as leaders^that were it not lor the fact^that we desire to start the sea^^son with larg_^ sales we would^mark from ^3 to #5 higher. Afew we will mention: At^$10 we have a dark mixed^cheviot guaranteed all wool^and fast color, and a suit that^no man need teel ashamed to^wear on anv occassion. At $12^we have a light brow n check, a^very nobbv suit and in lact one^that would very easily bring Sis'^were we inclined to mark our^goods at the same prices that^our competitors mark them.^At Si5 we show a very neat^black cassimere with a light^stripe, guaranteed all wool and^a last color. We have others^too num jrous to mention and^can only say ii prices or the^saving of money isan obicct to^you, call on us and we can fix^you. BITS OF FOREIGN GOSSIP AComp'lment to American Inge^^nuity Italy's Allies Will Never^Permit Hor to Risk^a War. Asbefore mention the^^Mack Craze^ still being on we^have laid in a large stock in^underwear, ovcrshirts, socks,^ties and handkerchiefs and we^are offering them at staple^prices instead of the fancy^prices usually obtained lor^noveities. In our ovcrshirts^outside of black we are show^^ing a large and fine line of^goods in Jerseys flannels and^Madras with and without silk^ttripes. In Jerseys we have an^exceptionally fine line^some of the finer goods^running as high as ^7.50^but they are the very finest of^the kind obtainable. In under^^wear we have some fine bal-^brig-,ran^, cashmeres and lisle^threads We are now closing^out our line of bar coats as we^are not 111 the right location to^sell them and we can only say^to some of our dandy mix^^ologists if you w ill only ^tep a^little out of your w ay we will^sell vou for ji.(0 and ^2.00^what others will sell you for^$2.50 and S3.00. STRICTLYCASH. PASHCLOTHING l)concern 45EAST PAr.K ST.. BUTTE. CopyrightIk'I by the .New York Associated Press. London,April 3.^The current of opin^^ion lure is settling more steadily off MM^the action of Margins tie Kudini in trying^to force the hands of Mr. Maine in the^matter of the lynch.ng of the Lillians in^Now Orleanit. To-morrow's leading; high^class weekly devote* considerable atten^^tion to an analysis of the |m^siiioii, and^K^ nerally ditcusses the affair from the^standpoint of the United States constitu^^tion. The N/uetutur holds that ^serious^flunking; Americans will admit the imper^^fection of the constitution and aru bound^to remedy the defect all the more because^there is small chance of their being com^^pelled to remedy it. Touchingthe talk of war the Spectator^ridicules the notion of Italy declaring war^against one of the greatest powers in the^world^^a power capable within six^months of buying and building a fleet tint^would block every port of Italy. Ameri^^can ingenuity would be so stimulated to^out lo its'lf that it would turn every^steamer that could float into an impro^^vised ironclad. VImJPMMHMsays: ^Marquis dc Ilu-^diiii ami Ins govt Turnout are in a cul ih-^sac. They cannot sit still; they cannot^light, and ibey mm obtain toe redress^liiey want without lighting. Italy's allies^will in ver permit In r to risk a war that^would disturb Kuropeau combinations.^The t'niled States holds an exceptional^position. It cannot lie conquered by any^power or probable combination of powers,^even if all F.uropo was allied uud made^thi' attempt. llaioul'ava's note,^ says the Cutlmlie^y^i/iVf, ^I egged every question at issue.^1 lie real explanation of the precipitated^action of tbe Italian minister must be^found in the fact that they feel that pub^^lic opinion in Italy required some demon-^s rat on. Tlieconservative press applies the dif^^ficulty to illustrate tho ev.l that would re^^sult from a concession of home rule to^Ireland, and tbe comparison will have an^undoubted potency ill the electoral plat^^forms. Areport prevailed in political clubs to^^night that Lord Salisbury, on the instiga^^tion of Kudini, would offer to mediate lor^an adjustment of tbe difference between^Italy and the United States. A high for-^e gn office official said the question bail^not been discussed. He admitted a com^^munication bad bMB sent to Sir Julian^I'aiincefoie to re|iort on the question, es^^pecially as affecting the position of^Hritisii subjects. Tbenatioualistsdiscountcd their victory^in SI,co to some extent by exaggerated^predictions as to their majority. Speeches^made by the Parncllites allowed unabated^pluck. Th^ Parnellitet tried to dupe^( atlioiie Tot'TB by the display of a bogus^telegram troiu Home to the effect that the^M| disapproved tbe auti-l'urnellile pol^^icy of the Irish ln-hop^. Germanscmi-olllcial papers have been^authorised to deny the report of tho^transfer of Hussian troops to the (aulyrun^frontier, and to minimise the importance^of the czar's dccurutiug I'resiilent Carnot.^Nevertheless, uneasinessin official circics^remains the same. The government is^reported to be in possession of informa^^tion placing la-yond doubt tin- existence^of a formal lit folia.vc and offensive alli^^ance between Kussia and France, includ^^ing stipulations that Franca will support^Hussia in her plans against India. Illlcllerrd by tits Mailt. NkwY011K. April 3. ^Details of a butch^^ery I y the Malia have been received here.^Hclghr., overseer for Mr. Treacher, who^is erecting a large number of cottag, a^near Alberni, in the Atg^ iitine republic,^in some way ^ ffelidid the Malia. Febru^^ary .a at daybreak the house Helgieri oc^^cupied was found to be partly burned,^and Itelgicti and his young wife were dis^^covered deail on the floor, their bodies be^^ing hoiiihly mutilated. Ata Reduced K ite.^S|^ccla! to the Mautlurd. Hm.kna,April ;i.--Miissigbrod and^Mite.all have again secured the contract^for the cure of the insane for a three^years' term. In the uh-euct. t f the gov^^ernor, Lcutcnuni Governor Kicknrds^signed the contract along with Secretary^K itwit and Attorney General Haikcll.^The contract is for (1 a day fur each in^^mate, or a ri ductioti of Jfl a week from^tbe late contract. SewOrleans Uses. New(Juli ans, April 3.^The track was^fast to-day. Maiden allowances, live fur^^long- ^ Miss Francis won, Siberia st eotnl,^Lord Totn.Hiinyar thirl Time, IgstM Sixfurlongs^Charles Head won. Led-^stone second, Atlanta third. Time, 1:17. Handicap,seven furlongs ^Leon won,^Wbituer second, Prcd Faik third. Tune,^1 :'^. AnArlur (Joss Waft.^Nt.w Yhisk, April 3^A jury diclared^Wc^ley II. Ii^ ii ii. r, an aged actor, insane^to-day in the Brooklyn supreme court and^a committee will Ik- appointed to take^charge of his property. Ucnner was man^^ager of a theater in California many^years ago and also in Oregon in 1*79. It.gut.emu *'ral|(lll Idles. Dinvki:, April 3 ^The Utah Traflic as^^sociation reorganised hers- to-day. i be^association is composed of tbe Denver A^Ho Grande, the Colorado Midland. Km^Grande Western and I'll ion l\iodic. Its^object is to regulate the handling of^tr..llle to Colorado atid t'tab points. SOUTH AMERICAN WAR TALK. Ill-FeellngStirred I^ In Vriiniirln Over^hu Old Ituundary (laesiloa. Panama,April 3.^The old boundary^question between Vcm tucla and England^and the ill-fcclicg re ulting therelrom ri^^suited in a murder last month. William^Campbell, a Itr.tish grant-liolder on the^I! ii una, went to visit ^ friend on the^Vemiuela side of the Oronoco river.^Three Vein mi Ian policemen went to^arrest h.in and notwithstanding ue offered^no resistance one of them shot Dim in the^right hand, shattering it badly. Ha was^soon released, no charge of ally kind be^^ing preferred against htiu. Ho died^in a couple of weeks from blood poisoning^induced by iicghcl of tho wound w hile be^was ill charge of the Vcimiiclan police.^This affair has aroused bitter feeling^against Vein /in Luis among the British^and the Dcmerai a A ^ prints a long^article demanding that the governor in^^sist on the tri.il ^^f tbe murderers and int.-^males to the atlmirul that the services of^a gunboat may be necessary. The article^suys: ^Wu arc not confounding the Vein-^luelan government with the rough men^who represent them atOroneo, but if that^government should be unwise enough to^stand between the mmderersand the fate^they hare conned, our country should not^hesitate in resorting to an action worthy^of its naiue. DON'TLIKb TO TRAMP. Itis I^i.iili, rut Whether a Hingis Indian ('.miianv tan u - Krrruittd Out West. Washington,April 3.^News received^at the war department of the result of^efforts being made by western army offi^^cers to carry out the provisions of the^army appropriation bill authorising the^enlistment of _l,'^^i Indian recruits is very^discouraging, tiUlcers report the Indians^will not enlist in the infantry under any^circumstances us they abhor walking.^They will not enlist in tiie cavalry ex^^cept as scouts, b. cause they do not care^to bind themselves to five years service,^n^r to I., sul ject to removal to distant^parts of the country. Then loo, they^want their worn -n with them and a great^majority of the bucks arc physically unfit^for military service. it is doubtful^whether a single Indian company ran be^recruited in the West, Hut the outlook^in the South is more hopeful. At tbe^Mount Vernon burracks, Ala., where the^Apache Indians who led the Geronimo^campaign are placed, it is. said, ail the^Indians some 35 or 40^are about to en^^list. These Indians nro said to be pro^^gressing rapidly in the path of civilisa^^tion and tbe almost incredible fact is^reported that the renowned warrior^tieronuno, who was for years the terror^of tbe West is now a prominent teacher^in the local Sunday tchool. THEFIlZblMMONS-HALL AFFAIR. Imma' Manager Would I.Ike to fetes theColor ol .liiii Halt's Money. (HieAlio,April 3^J. Harry Ballard,^city editor of the Inter-Orta*, said to-dc^in regard to the I'uz iininioris-Hall matter,^that three weeks ago I lurk, on behalf of^I i 2-immons, deposited with him (2,6(10 to^bind a match with Hull; that ho had re-^eeiveil disutili ties from Jim Hyau, whom^hedid not know, ami from John Grant,^president of the Astoria, Oregon, club.^Grant want, d the $-'.')' Oacllton to Astoria^but to this Clark demurred. If tbe Hall^parly mean business they should si nd^some one here to cover tho money how^up for K-t2simmous. With a ri prcsenta-^live of Hall here articles of agreement^could be drawn and the final deposits^urraugtd uud the final stakeholder^agreed upon. Mr. Ballard said in con^^clusion that the San Francisco I'out of^Mur''' 30 Says that Joe Harris would that^day forward $J.5^t^ here to cover Fitisim-^mons' deooMi, but lie has heard nothing^of its arrival as yet. Adispatch from San Francisco to-night^states lltll and Harris leave to-morrow^for Chicago, expecting to meet Fdzs iH-^inoiis tin re in about lb days and arrange^the match if possible. OPPOSINGPAKNELL. Mr. O'ltc.lli'v \.m - - i i i. mi. i,| Ireland Solto Contribute to the Fund.^St. LOOM April 3.--l)r. Thomas^O'Heilly. ot this ciiy, a member of the ex^^ecutive council of the Irish Nutnniul^league, has received a letter from Fits-^g. raid, president of tin* league, announc^^ing that he iias called a meeting of the^council, to I e held in Cincinnati April '.I,^to discuss the question and take action in^endorsing 1'arnell. Dr. O K. illy has^wiillcii a letter to Fnxg rald in winch be^takes a decided stand ill opposition to^PWMM and says I'iii/urald will meet Withopposition 111 tile council, as llloat of itsmembers are adverse to l'urncll, and^he advises all friends of Ireland hot to^contribute a dollar to the Faruellitcs, as^It will lie used only to continue tbe dis^^graceful scenes now In mg enacted ill ire-^laud by that faction. ituveriK.i'*in.y.r. seta Limi'LN. April 3.^Govern, r Bays]^v. t...d the maximum freight rat^ bill to^^day, on the ground that It is unc institu^^tional. The hi use passed it again, but^the senate sustained the veto. AS^TURMY tjfcSSION. TheMMMbI Miner* Congress Agl-^titlng n aMtss fear.|n^.^Pakis, April 3 ^During to-day's session^of the international miners' congress, tin*^advisability of a general strike was^brought up and a stormy debate ensued.^The discussion was brought to a close^amid the wildest disorder, socialist and^anarchist delegates vociferously exe^^crating delegate llaslv, who took an utt;-^ttide of moderation. Finally deeded to^put the question to a vote to-morrow. A^howlinginoli gathered outside the build^^ing and threatened vengeance on dele^^gate Itasly wdio had to make his escape^by the back |m SOMEVERY PU1N TALK TbeInqaest dd the Bodies of tbe Roant^Pleasant Miners R.sumjd. QUIET REIGNS ONCE MORE Doubt Exlata ^^ to Whether the^Shooting; Was Done by th* Strk-^^ra or Guards The Testi^^mony Favors the Miners. Mt.Plk.asant, Pa., April 3.^Quirt^reigns throughout the coke regions this^morning. Nooutbreak incurred since the^fatal ra d yesterday morning. While the^situation is still threatening the presence^of the militia bad a reassuring ^ IT. ct.^Two regiments are upon tin* ground. The^uncertainty and fear of last night lias^proven an awful strain on both the^strikers and citisens. No sleeping was^done in tbe entire region but crowds^paraded tbe streets or gathered III knots^at tbe corner or disappeared in bunches^over the dark hills, h aving doubt us to^fla ir destination and intention. The for^^eigners are quiet but ulwuys in crowds,^and the momentary fear of an outbreak^which an i nure regiment could not quell^was only dissipated hv the first streaks of^early dawn. So far 10 Heaths have oc^^curred and several more are in a critical^condition. The funerals will take place^Saturdav. PeterWise, master workman of the^Knights of L thor, said the entire coke^country will turn nut and about lb it time^the p- ople must take care. The inquest^on the bodies was resumed Ibis morning.^Neitlcr the sheriff nor the coke MM^panics were represented, hut the labor^leaders wore pres. ut iii full force. .Yin. rt^Hal ley sw ore the only shooting he In urd^came fiom the guards. George Taylor, a^watchman, tcstttleil to h-nring two or^three pistol shots before the regular firing^of the guards. The witm si was a ih-puly^and earruil a revolver. He had not known^whether all the guards carried revolvers^or not. This doubt created as to whether^the pistol shots M fired by the guards^or sinkers was receive 1 with cheers by^the crowd. Mostnf y esterday's testimony ami this^morning's was favorable to the strikers^except Dr. Plainer, who testillcd that the^company's gate hail been broken down. Fearsare MMMMvJ for the safety of^i aplatn laiar, whose men did the sIumiI-^mg yesterday. Threats ugainst bun an*^loud auil lie is going annual with a iMsly^guard. Trouble is looked lor in Fayette^county. It is probable a regiment of^militia will be sent there. Thefollowing telegram was received^this afternoon MM Alex. Jordon, Italian^consul at Philadelphia: ^Impossible for^me to come. Denounce tie- killi ng to the^uroper authorities. 8covrsialk. Pa., April S.^The strik^^ers are centeruifeT in Scoitsdule to-night to^attend the funerals of the 10 victims wio^are to be buried in th^k Catholic cemetery.^A long trench has liecii prepared to re^^ceive them. Tbe strikers an- gathering^here ain*ady in such numbers that try to^^morrow fully 10,0110 men will be present^at the furcrul. A s|a*cial train has Just^brought in 7n0 armed militia from Ml.^Pleasant, and oilier companies will In^^here in tbe morning, a. trouble is fean-d^Irani the great body of strikers when^ihey see their fellow-strikers buried, who,^they say, were simply murdered. MayorFe.ts ot Scoltsilale has ordered^ull the saloons closed to-morrow. It is^reported from Mount Pleasant that this^ullcrnoou a number of militiamen en^^tered a store belonging to a cripple named^Daniel Somera and mude demands which^he refused, whereupon they broke win^^dows and spliiiterid tin* door into frag^^ments w ith bayonets. One of tho guarus^Is came so hilarious that a sinker named^Kelly stiuck him over the bead with a^pick liaiidh , inflicting an ugiy gash. Dif^^ferent captains have been apprised of^their act. hi N, ami they promise Intake^su ps to discipline the unruly members. Itis re|ha a d In re to-u ighl that a striker^died at Tarrs to-day, Mipp iscil to have^been a victim of the Mori.w.ssl riot.^Colonel Hawkins in command of the^Tenth regiiii' ii', says ^ i far as tho investi^^gations go, ^ upturn 1. i.ir was perfectly^jiislilied in llr.ng on the sinkers ul Sinn-^wood, and that he should strongly advise^tiie mililia to he k pt ill the^regions until the strike ia uvi r.^To-night Hev. Father Lambing of^the Scotldulo ( ull idle church, who^is greatly res|iected, and ii ta a airoug m-^llucnce over the strikers, issued an ap-^|s-al to tin* ri g on. He suys: ^It is nine^for all parties to r. Meei. Men cannot di^^rt placed or displaced, and the v.tat in i-^jonly must remain in the region.'' Hi.^udvisi a u peuceful, am cable settlement^licforc the trouble goes further, ull.I per^^haps both parties fun- w. rse. Tin.mmmi stilia Tlirin. Kansast itv, April 3 The following^telegram wua sent Si crctary ltlame to^^day : We, the i x-Coiifederate Sis isl and^Benevolent association of Kansus City,^express the hop,- that in your official dal^^lying with the ltabuu government it will^Ml be forgotten that the form of our gov^^ernment la entirely satisfactory to the^I i i 11^ who made it, uml that ua to main^^taining the integrity, honor uud dignity^of this government there is no divisiuii of^sentiment among its people. A Si m law Nsrrxar), WasmlMHin.A;.nl 3. ^ The /W says:^It is probuble the necessity nf a law^making it a -p.-cibc misdemeanor to vio^^late tin- provisions of a treaty with Ma*^other na ioii, thereby g.ving the I'lliteal^Suites the power in such cases, will be^urged in the next message of the presi^^dent to emigres. 'reparlngfor a Kevolullon. PaNaM\, April 3.^Humors are rife in^till the towns of Costa K ca that subse^^quent to the Coffee crop having lieen^gathered, a general n v. lutionary move^^ment wid lie n.ado throughout the repub^^lic. Iiivi-.llgatl^x; tils Killing Wamiinohin.Apr I '.. Attorney ti. n-^cral Mulcr received u lclcgrum limn tin-^l imed Slates district attorney at New^Orleans, saying thai he was eng.ig- d m^uu investigation of the recent kii dug of^Italians in accordance w.th instructions^from Washing!.^u, and will forward the^re[k^rt as promptly us pos-ible. IWon't sisnd 1u l^-clalto the Man.lari1.. 1'fli.i.vi 1. Idaho, April 3 ^1 he boanl^at capitol commissioners for Idaho have^refused to nil -w the I mted SM4M dis^^trict Court to have tl.e use of the state^rapiM for its session. The national gov-^i rninent watlteil to get the Us- of the^bo Ming at a monthly rental of fin uud .eomiiiissioners would not aland it. MISSOULAMATTERS. AnOpium l-'li-nd Mike. Ilia Crape From OMil-rKlein.^Kpn-tsl to ths Maiiilan: Mlssoli.\, April I The case lln-^Slate vs. K.ait and Shi ffelhurger, alleg il^fur thieves, lias Isieii on Iriul all day.^Fdi'Ven witnesses for llu- state wa-n- cx-^amiut-d, bringing out a strong chain of^evidence uguiust the accused. The de^^fense is to In beard, however, and the^nature of its evidence is not known.^From lbs evening. It is understood, the^case will b ^ column d to Monday morn^^ing, when some important MM) s from^St. Paul are expected M lap here. Thisafternoon two men named Sheeley^and I'ierce, wh ^ were arrested Tuesday^night in a den on thu ^row,^ charged with^smoking opium, were tried before Judge^Lvans and bound over to tbe district^court in tbe sum of i- *^ each. Sbii-lev's^trunk was down at the house where he^was arrested, whose master mechanic's^name is Lva P.arce. He wanted to^change his clothes and Officer Klein^went with bun. He was in the middle^ro- in of the three wh.cb the bouse con^^tains, while the officer sat in sight of him.^A female friend of his came in uud com^^menced lo talk to him uud cloaed the^door enough so Klein could not see. '1 hey^continued talking until the ^ filer heard^a lock creak uud, entering the room and^passing on to the rear one. In- found^Shcelcy hail escaped by the back diair.^He iraile diligent search but was not able^to IIml him. That is the first instance nf^a mail's escaping from (llllcer Klein in^his tim e years' a.-rv ce, uud be is m any^^thing lint an agreeable state of mind^about it. The woman was locked in the^county jail charged with aiding in the es^^cape of a priaoiier. VincentHurch to-day transferred to^Marcus Daly 13* acres of land near^Gruutsdale for IMMa PHILIPSBUHUAFFAIRS. Al ively Kl^hl A ul li . pstrd Ou r To-!^^)' siiI Ki.rtlnu. MelsJ Inll c MsnUald. l'llll.ll'slula., April 3. At Inst night's^council lueelllig a petiii ill for a fram-hisi*^lor all electric rat road from tin- Northern^Pacific railroad depot to lln- Ill-Metallic^in II was p cM-nli d ah.I i ferred tmi com^^mittee. It is now claimed thai al the next^regular meeting of tbe council and also al^the next meeting of the i- unity commis^^sioners then- will be lw.. pet.tioua pn-^seiited asking a franchise to build to^Grumlc. It ia aguiii |s sitively ussertcd^that the spur from tin- depot to tiie Hi-^Metallic null w ill be put in at once. Lotswere purchased to-day from Iko N.^Smith for tbe purp M ^^f putting up u^sic.nn laundry. T he purchasers propose^to put up a budding ami order the neces^^sary machinery at once. T'htre arc two tickets in the field for^to-morrow's school cb ction and a lively^tight is anticipated. A KENTUCKY DON JUAN. UtlvsrIlraron 1'rcin *^^* In Marry Klglll-^t-su loll la on III.-.Same Day. PakkukshiHi., W. Vu., April 3. Oliver,^Mm a weil-kiioa-n society young man i^of Tom's Creek m-ighhorhiM il, t alkd |^coiini.i, has mude a it putation us a Don^Juan. He deceived u young woman i^named Hash under promise of marriage, ]^and officers were scut alter bun, Inn he^inaile hia escape into Kentucky. He was^to have married Miss Hash on Match J'.^It now uppears that the Hash girl is not^th.- only one interested in Deacon's^whereabouts. Then* nr.- not fewer than^1R young and handsome women in thi^^amin- neighborluMMl in w hom Deacon was^engaged oil the date fixed for tils wa-d-^diug with Miss Hush. People in t ala l^county threaten to bang Deacon, but he^evidently considers hniisi If safe, as be^has mm (^i a friend that ^they don I^hang gentlemen in Kentucky.'' THERISING WAIEHS. AnOhio Town In II nicer of llrfna; t\ l|n-d^Oat ol t. vi-i. hi^Lima, Ohio, Annl .1, The heavy rains^of lln- last three days have raia. il the^water hi a dangerous height in the St.^Mary's reaervo.r. and the town nf Coluiu,^w ith l.litio iiihiiiiit.it.l-, is in iiumini nt^danger of la-lllg awi'pt out of existence.^'1'bc tracks of MM base Lrii' mid VVi-sieru^an- siibiuerged for a distance of V2 SBUS-a,^D^ 2' tis of auiull houses owned by fisher^^men have beiu swept away, and Jo oil^wells along the banks an- - iibmerged.^It |- oilman d lhe total loss by tbe llo.sl^w ill n uch fM\0Mi it is anil raining. ANegro line llaiig.il AMIa I'm.I*, Mil., April 3. Frnest^Forla a, thu eolori'd Is.y w ho MaMMUM^uu outrage oil Hi*rihu Phipps Nov. nils r^luat. Was b iiigi'd tliia morning. Forbes^made a brief speech on the acalfold warn^^ing others against the crime he com-^milted. When the black cap was placed^over hia l.i .el he Iraiiln ally exclaimed^several times, ^Oh Lord, Oh Lord.^ Other^than tins there was no spectul feature^..bout the execution. KipluslouIn a I oul Mine. I.OMloN,April 3.- A ^ 1-.,. irons cii.|i^^siou took pluce to-day in u coal mine at^Apellate, Staffordshire. Ten men wen'^killed und several others severely injured.^Tbe hollies of the deail have hci u extri^^cated fro-n tfu- mini'. Tin- cuusc of the^disaster is supposed to tan air damp ami^llu- loolhanbneas of one of tbe miners^after the presence ,,f danger w ^s discov^^ered. Hurl !\ oh shol|.||ua. Maynai;ii,Ark., At nl 3. MI ton Owuby^and'1 oiii Kirby, prominent SltaMSMkMIS^tied an old fin I with shotguns last night.^The duel bad been agre. d ttti-ni to take^place the first tune the tw o men met.^T'bey met in a stor- an 1 11 red annuitant -^ously. Kirby s laad wua blown olf.^Owuby was seriously wounded. The^form, r was m 1^*'' a lunula r of the Ar^^kansas It gislalure. Ia lure ol a shoe Filial. St.Josi l-lt, Mo., A| i d '. The w hole-^sab- b-^ol and sh-s- so.r.-ot ^mitb. Hlas-^:uml iV Co. sin clo-etl iis.l.iy by lln-^shcr I' iiait.niaii. il a uggr. g mug fl.m.-^UMJ. 1 he stoek is ^a!il-d al - - ^^^J All^claims w ill be paid. ^iuith turned MM^to the firm fJUO.tW worth of propert* to^satisfy his personal tlebts. OURDIPLOMATIC WAR DiRadiai Pi cbes Ii s Litest Message^Io a lilder K6y. PLOTTING FOR REVENGE TwoThousand Pennsylvania Ital^^ians Announce Their Intention^of Marching to New^Orleans. PlTisiuuii, April 3. -A special from^Newcastle, I'a., says: To-day Sebastian^f.ab.irno, the leader of the 3.H) Italians^employed near Wampum, told a strange^siory. tjaharno, wtio is a iiaturalis-Hl riti-^2eii ami a projierty owner in \Vaui|^uin,^seemcil to place considerable weight it|*on^the information imparted. He said a^strange Italian asked him if he wouhl go^into u pail to .iv -nge his c.aintryinen wtio^had I Kan killed at New Orleans. The^stranger said L'i.iiii Italians would lie^brought into Pittsburg in five hours' time,^and with the aid of guns and by surpris^^ing the eiti2etis they could be able to take^the city w ill unit much i rouble. He strongly^urged tf.ib irn.i In get the Italians at^V\aiiipum to consent to meet tin- others^in 1 iits nirg al a given signal. He then^told how every Italian settlement in Alle^^gheny-ami lieaver colintlea were receiving^the same information, ami how each set-^in ui it expected to st ml a large tlelegaV^Hon. In tbe afternoon the Pittsburg en^^voy left for I arts hi lo stir up the Italians^there,ami a lid u st crct meeting was to tss^In Id in the near future In talk the matter^over among themselves. Adispatch fr. m Wlling states that 2.110t Italians near Moiimtsville, now em-^pioyi tl on a railroad and wtio have been^drilling, intend to go to New Orleans,^though for w hat purpose they refuse to^stute. Whateverof truth there maybe in the^reports from Newcastle and Wheeling as^to the attack on Pittsburg in case of^trouble mm tins country ami Italy,^one thing is certain, for the past week an^unusual number of liana is have been ar^^riving in Ibis city daily and today sipiuds^of ^Hand 3d wen- unusually numerous.^The police department has been ipuetly^al work and secured a list of several hun^^dred I lab.ill iKiarding houses, anil Ihe^daily invoice of slruligers are under strict^supervision. GAVE HIMSatLF UP. Uelrrllti-O'llalley surieadsra ii ina-t-lr In^tile Sew Orlt-aua polios. Nt.wOiii.kans, April 3. Dominick G^O'Mulley, the initorioiisdetective chargiil^with having attempted to pack the jury^in tin- Henneasy caae, ami wfio mya-^tcriotisly disappcan-il,created a sensation^this morning by surrendering himself. Ho^was ,ii n nn. I In I ,ni. O Mailt y l.aiks^well, though rather pile. H^ says^lie will make it atatetnetit. He would^not tell whether he left the city or not.^A friend of bis says he bus lai-ch here all^th*- tunc. OMallcy said, when he got ready to givehis statement, it would contain many^auiprising disclosures, und cause a num- lar of people how Joining ill tin- cry againsthim In huh-. The Italians killed^in the Pariah prison were innocent, and^tin- people iiia.lt* a mistake for which tie^hoped they would prot-crly apologise to^the widows uud orphans hereafter,^o Mallcy suid th.- talk atxiut^suborning witnesses uml bribing jun*rs^is untrue, lb- never approached any wit-^nessesi.r jurors, uud lb.- truth of bis state^^ment would la- math- apparent in gixixl^tune. It is said thecitui tis' committee of 00tiehl u conference benight with n-fer-^t nee to o'M.ilb y a retiirii and decided^not to uioleal li'iu, ull.twang the law to^take its course ami ttie courts to try him^upon the charges preferred. Ul HUUINI'S LATEST. The .1 11.1 Tune of lilt' Premler'a l.oat Mt-a-^aiiav Indicates sit lasrly iwttIt meul. W\siiim.i.i\.April 3. ^It is said to^^il gbi the piesitteiii uml his utlviaorsare^much grulitleil t.ver thi* n-ceipl -^f ihe^laits1 nn^a ige from Premier Di liudiui,^which was lite sul j ct of consideration at^the i alum t meeting lo-tlay. 1 hey are in^^clined to think it iliilie.it. s an early set^^tlement of the diplt malic war. Tbe^milder loin- ussumcd by Di Kti'llni^in bis measiigt- to Martpiia Impi-nali,^is. It Is coiisidcreil here, due to the clear^^ i,in incut of our government's position^by crclaiy lllattte, suppit meiited by the^al'le pn'seuiatioii of the case at Keiue by^Dorter. I'liitiil Slates minister. It is re^^port- d tli.it ul the cabinet meeting a let-^it r was re.nl from either Huron Fava or^M minis llu,snail, iiiiuuatiug that the re^^call of ih^ miuiaier was really but a leave^of absence. Duron Fava is still ill at his^rcsiiK'Uce. IT MAY fcE SETTLED. MinisterPorter ftais Ihe lueldt-nt Will lie^Hallafarlortly Arrauued.^iMIMMj April 3.^ The Home corres^^pondent of the .Nfirs telegraplis: ^Porter,^I'iiib d Mules m.luster beie, has informed^me the federal governtiient has promised^to do evt ryihing possible to bring New^Orleans lynchers lo trial, and that both^lie American ami Italian governments^are confident that ttie incident will be^promptly and s.instactomy arranged.^^I he corn spondent adds; ^This opinion^is not very g^ nerul here. inmm mhm4^iMUBi April 3.-t hancellor von Ca- 1rivi baa scut a note to the Italian gov-^ernia- tit criticising the Maiquia De^Itiiduu's remark, n cenily, that the triple^ail .nice is merely defensive in 1u opera^^tion. aloltollAltairs. liivn.o,April a. In.- Molloll litiga^^tion, instigated by W. S. Alley of New^Writ, came to a sudden eud to-day.^Wlute u motion in docket the case in tbe^feck ra! court was (sung argued. Attorney^Uocd riccivid a it agram from Alley that^Ihe mailer lia.l been settled and lo dls-^coiiiiliue all proceedings. The attorney^for the Motion rtc-'ivod similar advice.^Ntnlner . f tin- lawyers had any ttetaila,^nn the recent change of tuauagciueul ia^supposed to explain the matter.