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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1891.
3teSocial WfoM- ONETHING AND ANOTHER WHICH SOCIETY PEOPLE LIKE TO TALKABOUT. MUUMDAYNIGHT of Mi week^^ I ^ brought the Kastcr dancing parly^given in the Montana liy members^of tne Lowland club. It proved to he 0110^of tbe most ^)^ hchtful companies ever^given in Anaconda, in up no of the fart^that a number of ladies, who nrr constant^patron* of Lowland parties, kHM to lie^oat of town just at tin* lime. The occn-^aion brought out several ainkingly hand-^komc costumes. The number of |^cople^in attentlancr, while not ns large an on^some former occasion*, was still lar,:e^enough to give lirillianey to tin- eoinpauy.^Excellent refreahmetita were served in^the onliliury of the Montana, ami ihu^inume was excellent, li is quite probable^that one more eluli parly will lie given \^f^tbe Lowlaiul MM the season la declared^closed. Amedley party wan given at the resi^^dence of Mr*. Judge \\ mstoii Wednesday^night. '1 he games introduced in the pro^^gression were whist, tiddie de winkavhigli^five, jack straw s and euchre. Partners^were drawn I y liuu.hpaiht. .1 eanls.^There were two llowers for each table,^^nil thoae drawing the same flower were^partners. The ladies present were Mes-^dame (louticr. Koine dy. King, llallahati,^Corey, ('. A. Tuttle, Welih, Illusion. l!a^,^Leonard, Shelley Tuttle, Turns, T'oinei-^inghain. II artlctt, Merrill, Turiioy, Max^^well, Smith, and Misses llolisoii and^Dlaekfonl. Elegant refreshments were^served. Mm. Victor Ray won the lirst^priie, a hand-painted pal^ tie, Mrs. L. Li.^Smith secured the consolation prize, a^daintily decorate I lineket. Mrs.Ed. Maxwell is seriously ill with^the grip. Mr*.E. C. Thomas was a visitor in Uutte^on Friday. Mrs.('. II. Tracy is the guest of Mrs. M.^S. Fifer of llutte. F.E. Sargeant passed two days of the^week in Anaconda. Mrs.Konert McKitiney is recovering^after a week's illness. W.Killhouse li lyinoud was a guest at^tbe Montana on Friday. Mrs.W. M. Thornton expects to return^from l'ortlaud in a ^ In rt tune. George('. Mott of St. Paul attended the^Lowland party Thursday night. Mrs.Addle Davis passed Thursday in^Butte, tne guest of Mrs. J, It. liny. J.L. fierce, thief clerk at the Molilalia,^has been con lined to his room sivcrul^days. TheWhist cluh meets at the residence^of Mrs. Victor Kay, on next Monday^night. TheFortnightly played high live at the^residence of Mrs. W. II. Hums Tuesday^night. * MajorDawson ami wife arrived in town^last evening to puss Sunday at the Mon^^tana. Mr.and Mra. Shelley Tuttle have taken^possession of their residence in Park^^venue. FrankS. Gorh.iin returned yesterday^afternoon from an extended trip of live^moiitha in Eastern cities. Mra.\V. H. Harrison mid daughter of^Butte will soon return to thia eny to reside^here during the summer. WalterMackay, who iias been seriously^nick, la gradually recovering. Inn in slid^confined to his room much of the time. MajorMagiuuis and George I'. ICnck-^well were in town on Friday, lie Major^is about to make a trip to the East. J.A. Duulap went to Silver How Junc^^tion ycsicrday tonicet his wife and sou on^their arrival from t edar Kapids, Iowa. S.V. Trent of Salt Lake city is in town,^ill company with a resident id Japan,who^is ins|Hi'Ctihg mining works in tlu^ vicin^^ity. Theregular meeting of St. Mark's guild^will Ihj hehl at L'o'clock next Thursday^iiftenioon at the residence of Mrs. Frank^Kennedy. W.J. Matthews arrived in the city last^evening, after sp^ tiding several weeks in^visiting various cities in die l'uget Sound^country. CaptainTranchmontagne has receive I^newa of the death of his sister in Mon^^treal, and will start for that city next^Monday. Theweekly meeting of the Pansophian^society will be held at the resilience of^Mrs. W. II. Hums at '1 o'clock next^Wednesday afternoon. Arrangement*an- progressing for a^brilliant reception to be given in the Mon^^tana Thursday night in honor of the Mon^^tana memliers of the Grand Army. MarcusDaly left yesterday forth I Itiver-^side ranch and will continue his j uniey^after a few days to I aliforma, where he^will meet Ins family now on their way to^the Pacific coast. BUTTE'S SOCIAL L Kt. BistarWeak llriuga lis l ull share or^I nu riHiinneiil^Bt'TTB. April 4 The I'nion club con^^centrated its energies to make the mas^^querade party of Friday evening the^crowning event of ii^ season's entertain^^ments, and the hrdhatit display of hand^^somely arrayed guests attest. .I the suc^^cess of thc.r etlorts. 1 he toilettes of^tlie gentlemen wore eoneided by all, to^surpass in elegance th.ee of tin* ladies.^'The inspiring strains of the oicii. sirn^brightened the gay spirits of the dancer*,^the lloor was in prune condition and the^effect of the gorgeous colors of Mm ^ . .^tumes was intensdied by the evcrchung-^ing glow of hues of the calcium lights.^It was the verdict of those who attended^the masquerade that ita success ^ us com^^plete. MissMattie Evans passed the day in^Anaconda on Friday. Mrs.L. G. Smith of Anaconda, visited^Butte on Thuisday. Mrs.J. li. Bus .-li pa-sod the day in^Deer L-xlge Ms lay. PerrineIrvine is confined to the house^by a severe carbuncle on his foot. W.M. Jack ami family contemplate^making u two nionihs' trip to Portland. WillCraig will go io Ins hoineiu Helena^to-morrow ufter a sojourn of two weeks in^Butte. JohnH. Reed of the Inter Mountain will^soon leave Suit Lake ( ity for a trip to St,^Louis. Miriamlodge No. L' I), of K. will go over^to Walkervdle tins evening to confer do.^gree- on iivp members. Anumber of friends assisted Mrs. D. I. Porterto celebrate her birthday on^Wednesday evening at tho residence on^West Granite street. Tile guests were^minded that the day was also the first of^April by bonbons- composed of cotton del^^icately coaled with chocolate, which were^greedily devoured by some of the guests^Misses Hlackistou and Hammond were^the readers at the Homer club last Tues^^day. Mrs.J. C. Etrensprrger passed twodays^with friends in Anaconda during the^week. Mrs.II. M. T.vaiis and children are^spending a few mouths in Salt Lake City^with fiiends, Mrs.W. It. Davis visited Mrs. W. E.^Clowes at her home in Deer Lodge on^Wednesday. Mrs.Ed Owen and little daughter^started on Tuesday night for a trip to Se^^attle and Victoria. MisaAllieWarlleld was the guest of^Miss I'rahkie Horat for a few daya in the^early part of the week. Mrs.J. V. Creighton of Portland, and^Miss Lulu Lyda of St. Paul, are guests of^Mrs. 1*. A. I.argey. MasterNorman Jack will entertain^about llfty of his little friends at a birth-^d ^y party on Tuor.day afternoon. Mr.and Mrs. li H. II.of low have leased^the Hrov. nlie residence, corner of Wash^^ington and Granite str^ ets, for one year. D.M. Lvuns, after u few days'viol in^Portland, has gone to (.rant's Pass, Ore.,^where he will remain for several weeks. Mrs.G. W. Dickinson went to Helena^on Thursday after having passed a few^daya with Mis. C. S. Warren at her home. Mrs.L. O. Leonard of Anaconda, who^is visiting Mrs. Charles L oiiard, s ill be^entertained by Mrs. N. C. Kay to-morrow. Mrs.Agues Stranathan lias removed^her studio from Granite street to the cor^^ner of Montana and West Galena streets. Mrs.E. M. Ldwards of Anaconda, who^has been tbe guest of Mrs Kate Hon-^nessy for a week, returned to her borne^to-day. Mra.Atchison returned to Seattle on^Wednesday after a visit of six weeks witli^her granddaughter, Mra. John Mar- hall^of Salt Lake City. Mrs.K. D. Leavitt is rapidly recovering^from an attack of pneumonia. Shu will^probably remain in Minneapolis until Ihu^latter part of June. Mr.and Mrs. M. U. Brownlee, children^ami nurse, and Mrs. A. A. Forbis, left^Unite this morning for a year's residence^in California. MissOlga Fildebrindt of Berlin,^Germany, arrived in llutte on Friday and^will make her permanent homo with bur^sister, Mrs. Frank Leonard. TheEaster music which was enjoyed^by a very large congregation at St. John's^church last Sunday will be repeated by^general n quest to-morrow. Mr.and Mrs. 11. C. liccrmatis, child and^nurse, of Corning, N. V., and Mrs. II. P.^Harbor of New York, were guusis of Mra.^J. C. Masuii on Wednesduy. W.II. Harrison has accepted a position^with the Gnat Northern railroad, and has^left llutte to superintend construction^work on the line of the railroad. OnWednesduy Dr. Charlea P. Hough^sailed from New lork on tho steamer^Germania for Europe. He will visit tbe^hospitals in London, Paris, Berlin and^Vienna during uis absence. Cardsof invitation have been issued^for the wedding of Charles Bronson Castle^of llutte and liebekah Moultou Hills of^Waukegati. Tbu in.image will be sol^^emnised at Willowhurst, the home of the^bride, on thu evening of Wednesduy,^April 8. Afterthe led masque, on Friday even^^ing, Mr. ami Mrs. James McCaig gave a^charming luncheon; their guests were^Mrs. Siegel, Misses Hoist, Irvine and^Ill-hop. and M^ s-rs. W. A. ( lurk, Alex.^Johnstone, MacWhite, Welcome, Parker^and Lewis. Theformal reception to lie tendered^next Friday evening, by the Silver Bow^(dull to its legion of friends, will h# a^notable event in the social season. Many^elegant costumes are bung prepared for^the occasion, the decorations will tie of^the tlnest, and | rouieiiado music will bo^furnished by the California orchestra. St.John's church was the scene of a^charming wedding Monday afternoon,^when Miss Anna Julia Kohout, daughter^of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohout, and G. W.^II. 0^leudorir of Charleston, S. C, were^married by K v. S. ('. Hluckiston. The al^^tar was handsomely decorated with ferns,^sinilax and llowers. Mrs. Hill welcomed^the bridal procession with the beautiful^strains of i he wedding march us they en^^ter d the church- The bridesmaid, Miaa^Husch, was accompanied by Mr. Eichel^of Charleston, in the capacity of Im-sI^man. f ollowing them came the bride's^mother, leaning on the arm of the groom,^next came tho bride and her^father, who weru J lined ut tho^altar steps by the groom.^The bride's beauty was enhanced by her^charming toilet of while faille en Iraine,^Irmuueil with elegant white laoe and soft,^cm d by the debcate folds of the tulle veil.^Her only ornament was the tiny necklace^from which hung diamond pendants,^wh.ch gliilend with every in ^tiou of the^wearer and w b oil was a gift from the^groom. The bridesmaid was lovely in a^gown of cream silk Henrietta, trimmed in^bronze I.raiding and nhb m. A beautiful^band bouquet of hyacinths and roses com^^pleted the costume. 'The groom was at-^t red in the conventional suit of black.^After the ceremony the intimate friends^of the bri le, iiumlx ring about thirty.went^to the home of the bride's parents, where^they were received by tho bridal party^standing in the bay window under a^horseshoe ^ f II iwers. After the congrat^^ulations had been extended a sumptuous^^eddiiig least was served, the profusion^of which ehtiracteris-s the entertain^^ments of Mr. and Mrs. Kohout, II teller^lx-ing tin1 caterer. Later the guests were^entertained by mm e and dancing. 'Tne^presents w* r ^ numerous and very ele^^gant. Mr. uiul Mrs. O-dcmloiir ielt Mon^^day evening for all extended bridal trip. MISSOULA'S liAY SlUt. IulerctluxBMSsH ax and (.osnI|^ from ]^^^Social Circle.^Mtssnin, Apr.l 4 ^ Scarcely had Lent^given place t^^ Eastertide, when society,^which for forty duys bad cca-u d from its festivitieabegan to run again tbe round^of pleaauro. The grand opening of the^pi.st-lcnleu season occurred on Tuesday^evening when Misses Sanborn and Caul-^Held, of Fort Missoula, entertained a^party of their friends with dancing at tbe^post ball, It was at once very elegant and^very enjoyable. No pains bad been spared^to make every preparation for tbe event^perfect. The programmes were made in^Washington. D. C . especially for tne oc^^casion and were probably tho most beauti^^ful ever seen in Missoula. 'They were^baud painted, tbe design being an infan^^try sword and gun crossed, together with^^ti Indian bow ami quiver, making them^very bountiful souvenirs. Tho music was^furnished by the post band and, as usual,^was all that could be desired. Dancing^continued until midnight, when ^ delici^^ous supper was served, followed by more^dancing. When at length the time for^purting csme, tbe party was pronounced^by all a very pleasurable one and Misses^Sanborn and Caul Held charming enter^^tainers. The following were guests from^Missoula: Dr. and Mrs. Buckley,^Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick,^Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Thompson,^Mr. and Mrs. Haskeil Dr. and^Mc Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Koardon, Mr.^an I Mrs. Winstaiilry, Mrs. Bruytou,^Misses Kobinson, Buckley, West, Hatha^^way, Wordeu, Beck with, Kuapp, Spurrier^and Billmeyer, Drs. Uillmeyer, Coe and^HiUnianiel, and Messrs. Ide, Draku.^Mann, Will Urayton, Gillespie, Hoaey,^Landers, Settle, Graham, George and^Andrew Hick with, Hatheway ami Nuse.^From Fort Missoula: Captain and Mrs.^Sanborn, Captain R itiiua, Captain and^Mrs. did, Lieutenant and Mrs. Devol,^Lieutenant and Mrs. Andrews, Lieuten^^ant and Mrs. McAlexander, Lieutenant^and Mrs. McGuire, Lieutenant and Mrs.^Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. Woodruff, Miss^Matties, Mr. and Miss Uriggs, and Lieu^^tenants Caldwell and McMarnn. G.J. Reek of Granite is in tho city.^Shelley Tuttle of Anaconda is here.^Gust Moser spent Thursday in Helena.^Mrs. T. J. Tread well of Bonner is in the city. ColonelEsles of Anaconda is in tho city. Hon.D. J. Hennessy or Butte is in tho city. H.H. Brown of Helena was here yes^^terday. LymanLoring of Fort Owen is in the^city to-day. JohnD. liuff of tbe Gazette spent Mon^^thly in Helena. Mrs.T.J. Pernors came up from French-^town on Tuesday. NeptuneLynch, Sr., of Horse Plains,^spent the week here. UnitedStates Marshal Furay was in^tbe city Thursday. E.N. Knight of Helena has come here^to run Hie Rodgers hotel. WillKennedy, of the Boulder Age, was^in the city Thursday. FrankD. Brown of Pbiiipsburg is regis^^tered at the Missoula. Hon.E. D. Motta went to Helen* last^night on business. MissR. M. Melifee of Horse Putins was^in the city Tuesday. Judgeand Mrs. Hiram Knowles arrived^from Helena on Wednesday. JohnPurtle, the lumberman of Purtle's^spur, was here early in the week. RobertCoombs of Victor came down^the valley this morning. JudgeJohn M. Evans returned from^Deer Lodge oil Monday. C.H. M^^ I .cod returned on Sunday from^a weeks' visit to tbe Sound. AlexDowers of St. Ignatius mission^was hero early in tho week. WilliamWatkins, jr., post office in-^specto-, spent the week here. It.R. Shulder, the mining man, arrived^from Vermillion Wednesday. Dr.J. A. Ghent of Elliston was hero^several days of the past week. Mr.ami Mrs. F. J. Davies leave to-night^for a two weeks' visit in St. Paul. Mr.and Mrs. J. A. McGowan of (Horse^Plains were here curly in thu week. E.W. Park, the Carter mining man,^spent part of tbe week in Missoula. Mr.and Mrs. Alfred Cave returned on^Monday from a wiuter tour in California. T.J. McKctisio and F. H. Carson of^Anaconda are registered at the Missoula. JudgeJohn Lang of Egan is in the city.^He expects to leuvo to-night for Doer^Lislge. Hon.Marcus Daly was in tho city a few^hours to-day en route for the Riverside^ranch. ColonelJohn McCormick came down^from his ranch on the Ulackfoot on Tues^^day, E.E. Racket of Victor, superintendent^of the Curlew mine, was in the city Mon^^day. FrankGray of Sprague, Wash., a popu-^lar brakemun on the Idaho division, is hire. RichardMarsh leaves to-night to visit^mines on Fisher creek in the Kootenai^country. B.('^ Kiblet anil Jerome L. Drumheller^of Spokane wei o here on Monday and Tuesday. lornCooney of the Northern Pacific^land department was down from Helena^on Wednesday. Mrs.J. A. Ilogati of Heron visited her^daughter, Mrs. Mar-h Hartman, of this^city part of the week. JohnWooldridge of the train dispatch^^er's olllci1 left lor a two weeks' viait ic^Portland on Wednesday. MrsL. van diu St. en left yesterday for^Tacoina to join her husband who is mak^^ing a tour of the coast. Hon.William Harrison returned to bis^home in Helena yesterday alter a few^days spent here on business. CharlesFelton of Superior, secretary of^the West Iron Mountain mining com^^pany, was here several days of the past^week. MissGeorgie Holmes of Fon tin Luc,^Wis., is the guest of her mint, Mrs. Dr.^Cram, uud cxpccls to spend the summer^here. W.Elliott, n Great Northern conductor,^accompanied by his wife, left last night^for their home in Great Talis, after a few^days spent here. Mr.and Mrs. J.N'. liradshaw, who have^long resided ben1, will leave smm for^Santa Rosa, Cat., where th-y will make^their home. Mrs. Hello McDonald will^accompany them. Dr.Coo cx|h-cts to go to Helena on^Tuesday to appear iM'fore the state board^of nodical examiners. Since leaving the^army he has practised on a temporary^certificate granted on I.is diploma. Lastnight occurred lie llrst post-lentcn^party given by the Social Dancing club. Asusual it was dressy and very pleasant.^Tbe atteni'a ice was just large enough to^comfortably 1111 the K. of P. hall. The^music, which was furnished by Professor^Race's orchestra was the subjoct of praise^from all | resent. Tho party broke up^shortly after 1 o'clock. SenatorThompson of Park county and^Cashier E. C Cory, of tho Livingston^National bank, visited tho city on Wed^^nesday. NextWednesday evening Mrs. Charles^F. Dorman and Mrs, John M. Price will^entertain a party of their friends at whist^at tho home of die former. ThomasM. Long, well known here as ^^Northern Pacific conductor, has been a|^-^pointed Union Pacific roadniaater, with^headquarters at Pocatello. J.W. Pace, formerly of tbe Helena^Journal, left here for Columbia Falls^Tuesday night, where he will publish The^Columbian, u weekly paper. E.A. Tweedale of Fredrickton, N. B.,^recently arrived in tbe city and has en^^tered the hardware department of the^Missoula Mercantile company. Thetableaux und Peak Sisters' enter^^tainment, to bo given on the 10th under^the auspices of tho ladies' guild of the^Episcopal church, promises to be a very^plea; ant affair. Mrs.(.'. S. Prowell, wife of tho superin^^tendent of the Cascade division of the^Northern Pacific, visited her sister, Mrs.^Dr. Bdger, and other relatives anil^friends part of the wuek. ChiefEngineer E. II. Beckler of tho^Great Northern, and Peter Siems of shep-^purd 4 Siems, contractors, arrived here^yesterday from tbe West,where they wero^gotting construction work on tho Great^Northern started. Mrs.J. W. Hamilton of Hamilton re^^turned Thursday evening with her chil^^dren from a winter's visit at her old home^in Madison, Wis. Charles H. Truinor of^Madison accompanied her. The} wero^met here by Mr. Hamilton and went up^the valley ycsicrday afternoon. G.W. Dickinson, assistant general^superintendent of the Northern Pacific,^accompanied by his wife and child, while^on their way home to Tacoma, Wednes^^day, stopped over here and were enter^^tained at dinner at tbu Missoula by Mrs.^John McCormick. MissMary T. Hucklcy, who for several^months past has been a guest at the boinu^of her brother, Dr. J. J. Buckley, expects^to lcavo for her hotco at Delhi, N. Y., on^Monday. She will stop for a few days at^St. Paul to visit her brother there. Miss^Huckluy has become a favorite in society^here, and many friends will regret her^departure. Thoball given on Monday night by tho^local Carpenters'union for the benellt of^D. J. Cuvanuugh was largely attended^and highly enjoyed. The carpenters^^pared no pains to make their guests en-^Joy themselves; the music was excellent;^the banquet at the Missoula was fine; tbe^cause was ^ good one; and the affair was^^ success in every way. The carpenters^certainly showed that the word brother^^hood as used in the name of their order,^has a real meaning and are deserving of^praise for their noble efforts to assist one^who has suffered a sad misfortune. CAPTUREOF FORT THABAT. THECROP BULLETIN. FridayNight's storm Itaraaged Fruit In theKast and Mouth,^i Washington, April 4.^The weekly crop^bulletin says: Tbe season continues late^and owing to excessive rains, muddy^roads and cold weather little farm work^has yet been accomplished in the North^^ern states. Cohl and rainy weather re^^tard, d growth in tbe states of Ohio and^the Upper Mississippi valley, but gener^^ally throughout thu winter w heat region^wheat, fruit and pasturage continues in^good condition. The ground is in an ex^^cellent condition in the spring wheat re^^gion of Minnesota and Dakota. Excess^^ive rains also retarded work in Kentucky^and Tennessee, where thu season is re^^ported from two weeks to a month lato.^Grass and wheat in these two states are^doing well, but tho snow and freeze of^last night will probably injure fruit, as^trees aro reported in bloom. It is also^probable damaging frosts will occur to^^night as far south as the northern portion^of the Gulf states. Oregonreports show ers, but little spring^seeding done, and damage to fruit from^recent frosts. Full wheat is doing finely.^Reports from California indicate the^weather for a week has not been favora^^ble, although as yet no damage has been^reported. The absence of precipitation^and dry north winds retard growth. Ruin^is greatly needed in the main district^,^whero crops aro turning yellow in tho^foothills. Tho prospects for fruit is re^^ported good. In Southern California^crops are coming forward favorably.^Sugar beets are satisfactory to planters. COPYING OUH CONSTITUTION. AustraliaTaking *l^a^urea to lleeume a^Democratic ledcratiou. London,April 4.^'The creation of tho^commonwealth of Australia by tbe feder^^ation convention at Sydney is barely no^^ticed in the morning papers, which fail to^recognise its imiMirtance. TheMur grasi s the significance of tho^convention's actions. ^The Australians,^^it says, ^hove copied the constitution of^the I'uitcd States, avoiding its defects^and evils. Australia will, accordingly, bo^a democratic federation, practically a re^^public with nioiiarchi.il vender. Ti e del^^icate tosk develops on the queen of a|^-^pointing a governor-general. Auatralia^will not accept a tilled nonelllty. Anns-^take in choice would endanger the con^^nection between it and the mother coun^^try, where every thing is ripe for a decla^^ration of independence and the election^of a president. The conventioii adopted^tin- clatiscof the couslitut.on providing^the chief executive of the federation shall^be known us governor and shall he a]-^pointed by th. queen. The proposition^that the governor-general be elected by^popular vote w as rejected, 5j to .0. MUTUALCONCESSIONS. tirealIt.Jolelag In l a.iads Over the Sue-^gsajSj of 1 upper's Mission. Ottawa.April 4.- Sir Charles Tupper^reuched this city from Washington this^morning. A meeting of the cabinet was^held lasting two and a half hours, after^which Sir Charles Tupper, Sir John^Thompson, minister of justice, and Hon.^Foster, ministerof finance, left for Wash^^ington. Then, ia great rejoicing m gov^^ernment circles over the success of Tup-^per's mission. It is learned the Canadian^government, at a conference to he held^ill Washington Monday, will submit a^proposition which it is ho|^ed will be satis^^factory to III.one. This will noi propose^any radical departure from th^ present^policy of protection, but will lie b .sod on^mutual concessions which will not sacri^^fice the vested int. rests. FurtherDetslla truis the Keens or the^Itroent Masaaere of Itrlli.h Troops^Calcutta, April 4.^Furtherdetailsron-^cerning the capture of Fort Thabat, near^Muuipur, the scene of the recuiit massa^^cre of British troops l.y the natives, is re^^ceived. Tho British force which carried^tbe works by assault numbered only K^^Indian troops. Tbe garrison of the fort^composed 9-0 Manipuras, but the on^^slaught of the British was so fierce the^Manipuras Uud in wild disorder. Rein^^forcements had been dispatch, d. but it is^feared tbe Manipuras will return uud at^^tack the British detachment in full force^before tho reinforcements can reach the^scene. Informationreached here this after^^noon that Lieutenant Grunt's light force^of Indian troops are now confronted by a^large force of Manipuras who, in addition^to being well armed with rides, have aev^^erul field guns. It is fearei Lieutenant^Grant's force will bo annihilated unless^reinforcements ant hurried forward. Ranuoon,April 4.^The natives of^Maiiintir arrived hero rem.rt that Chief^Commissioner James W. Quintan, taken^prisoner at the time of the massacre,^was, together with the party of ollicers^who accompanied bun, kill.- I on the llr t^day of lighting. BLAIR AND THE CHINESE, TheNew M Specialists, ItIs llchevr.l the senator Will lie Ac-^rsptulile to Ilia CcIh,toils.^Washington, April 4 ^Tsui Kwo Yin,^Chinese minister, and suite arrived last^night from 1'aris. A reporter called at^the legation to-day, and, as the minister^could not be seen, called the attention of^Mr. Ho to a telegram from Sail Francisco^published in the evening papers, to Ihu^elfect that (. Inn.'so meicliants in San^Francisco would forward to Washington^a protest against thu appointment of^Senator Hlair as minister to China. Ho,^evidently speaking by authority, said no^information regarding such a protest had^been received, and he was conlldent^should it arrive tho minister would not^present it to the president. He believed^Senator Blair would lie acceptable to thu^people and government of China. The^l-.xauilncr^ ISurcau.^Washington, April 4.^li. W. Hearst,^son of the late Senator Hearst of Cali^^fornia, has ju t established in this city a^bureau to cany out the provisions of thu^hill championed by his father and passed^by tho last congrcsa. providing for the^payment of Indian depredation claims,^which will probably amount to JJO.U o.O'JO^or more. The bill trausfers thu jurisdic^^tion over these claims from the interior^department to thu court of claims, and^extends it to all the cases examined and^allowed by the defendant. It alsodt Clares^void all contracts between tho client and^attorney, and will alleet hundreds of at^^torneys who already have contracts, inas^^much as their efforts so far will bu lost^should their clients desire to employ new^legal assistance. Hearst's bureau will lie^called the ^Examiner,^ in honor of bis^San Francisco paper. LIBERAL MHS. PALMER. WillAccept Only So Much of Her Salary^as Mhs ftSss to Pay Iter fcccrrtary. Chicago,April 4.^At to-day's meeting^of the world's fair commission, the by^^law prohibiting members from holding^other positions in connection with tho^world's fair was rc|iealcd. A communi^^cation waa received from Mrs. Potter^Palmer, president of the boar I of lady^managers, saying she would only accept^so much of her }5,00U salary as sho was^obliged to pay her private secretary. An^attempt to annul, and then to cut in half^tho salary of Secretary Phoebe Couzins,^was made. TheKarward Case.^Ottawa, April 4.^Sedwick, deputy^minister of justice, says there is no foun^^dation for the statement that thu Say ward^case will be withdrawn from the supreme^court of the United States. That in the re^^ply to Blame Lord Salisbury intimated^that the suit was in no way to postpone^or stop diplomatic corrcsiiondenco in re^^gard to Behring sea. The Sayward case^will come again before the court on tho^return of tbe writ of prohibition on tbe^13th inst. VictoriousInsurgents. Pakis,April 4.^A cable dispatch from^Chili, signed by tho leaders of the con^^gressional and n voluti mist party, an^^nounces that 2,1)00 government troops re^^cently defeated in Antofagasia took ref^^uge in Bolivia, where they were com^^pelled to lay down their arms. By tho^victory tho insurgents become masters of^the provinc.' of Antofagasia. Illsirand ilie i'r.sl.tcnt.^Washington, April 4.^Senator Blair,^minister to China, was uniong thu presi^^dent's callers to-day. II ^ eonlirined the^report that he was going to China, but^saiil be did uot expect to leave for suv. ral^weeka. He said Ilia sentiment in regard^to tbe question of Chinese immigration^had been misrepresented by a number of^newspapers, lie was willing to stand by^his record on that qucsticii and .lid not^care to uuswer now the .u ae .s on linn. Faliturttcsl Ke-lntlicteil.^Chicago, April 4.^James G. West,^former editor of the Chicago Timet, was^rc-indictod by the grand jury to-day on a^charge of fraudulent issue of stoeU of the^Jinn's. The indictments take the place of^former ones w hich the supreme court^found to Im^ defective. Si.or.ot a Tan.lrrtoot. Fromthe San Frauctaco Call. Ayoung man from the I'a^t was lured^toplowa Held near Madeira. One day ho^found himself surrounded by seven hun^^gry coyotes. -Ho left his learn and broke^in a swift run for tbe house and qu i work^right there. The team waa f mud all right^by the owner, a w oman, who told the ten-^derfoot to go back home to Ins moliier,^while she Ituished plowing. Kyi*,l.ar, No-e ami t hroat.^All troubled with c. inpin-ati d ailments^of ubove organs should have a full exam^^ination to-day with the aurgi-on of the^Kansas t ity Surgical Institute, now ut^H Easi Broudw'iiy, room I, BsttSS City, un^^til 31st, April 1 to 7, ut Merchants' hotel,^Helena. H.H. LOGAN, WarmSprings Shoeing Sbop. 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