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VOL.IL^NO. 297. ANACONDA,MONTANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY I, l8w. PRICEFIVE CENTS. WORKOF SAFE BLOWERS ExpertCracksmen Rob a Liquor Store In^Granite. GAGGED THE WATCHMAN CouldNot Break Open the Buralar-^Proof Money Box-Only A^Few Hundred Dollars^b^ cured. Specialto Hie stamlariL tiKAMTt,June 30 ^ The flrat safe blow-^ing cuae in the tiisiory of (irauite oc^^curred at ttio Molilalia liquor store l^^-^tween the hours ol 1 and H tins muriiinif.^Mr. Trevaiiie, one of tile proprietors, waa^very active in collecting money for the^Fourth of July celebration, anil aa the^firm do a heavy business, atiywuy, the^cracksmen evidently thought lust mulii a^most favorable lime to secure a gooit^^mount of boodie, and it is gener^^ally atipposed thai tbis company's safe^ia the (attest in town. About^1 o'clock two men entered the building^and covered the mun alio sleeps there^with their culls and lold him to keep still,^and then proceeded to lis him in such a^manlier that he liud to keep ^|Uiet. He^Was securely bound and Kiiimed. They^then leisurely pulled out a kit of tools^and commenced work. A hole was drilled^In the door and die s-nfe blown open, hut^it is a lai it^ mfe, l aving what is sup-^posed to be a hurglur proof inside com^^partment, and in this case it^worked like a charm and resisted^their efforts. If they had succeeded Ihey^would have secured about flu.UUU. As it^wits tbey got into a s.dv drawer and got^$250 in money and two elegant gold^watches, one of them being valued at^S175. The outside case of the watch was^numbered L',-7l),l!^'.l; the inside number^was ^5.!.4:a. Oneof the men was a young man ami^quite tall; the other was medium-sir d^and bad a grey moustache. Deputy^Sheriff McLeod and several other* are^after the men mid it is Uiought that they^now have them located in I'liilipsburg. prison,t) tie by oftc tbey were tortured^and literally made to go without food and^water two or tune days at a time. The^cells to which tbe men were assigned^were recking with filth and vermin. On^the day ou which they met their doom^tbey were so weak that they bad to b*^assisted to walk. The tortures to wbirb^the prisoners were subjected by llalma-^ceda'a agenta were almost past belief.^The correspondent relates other horrible^atrocities committed by the adherents of^Halmaeeda. Information, he says,^reaches there that the insurgents have^about 1 i,U'M men inlquique, and tliat^they are waiting for the word to march to^Coquunbi and the south. Ualmaceda^fenrs tbis, and extraordinary activity^reigns here. Everything possible is being^done to receive the enemy. It is stated^thalall negotiations for peace have elided. THLKAUir.U MlaSOUKI. IOWAtit PUBLICANS. Apprehension u( l-urilirr Damage at^Kansas City h-I ul Host KankahCity, June 30^The fl ^od m^the Missouri river reached its highest^stage at 4 o'clock. The water is now^falling and all apprehension of further^damage ia set at rest. The river at 4^o'clock registered 1M feet above the low^water mark, having lallen one inch dur^^ing the pre v.on. hour. The water is^steadily falling at tlio rate of an inch ati^hour. Harlem village across the river^which was flooded yesterday is still under^water, but no further damage has been^done. Tarts of Kansas City, Kan., are^atill submerged by the back-water and^the Kaw but only houses of squatters on^the low lauds hare been badly damaged.^Various industries in the bottoms have^been seriously inconvenienced. Aspecial from Atchison says: ^The^bouse of I'Jeasuut Little, ou Dophiun^point, went into die r.vcr with corneals^yesterday ufteruoon. The house was ew^cupied by John McQiiccn and his family,^John Little bourdiug with them. They^hail vacated the house four hcurs before^ft lell, tukiug refuge ou tbo main land.^Little escaped Willi bis family, but has^not been seen since, uud it is feared that^he relumed to the house* uud was lost^with it. Two other families living on ihe^point also soiightsafely ou tbe main luud^yesterday, leaving behind all )ais~cssioiis,^including luu la-ud of stock that will per^^ish if the river curries uway the point^as the current is too swift for^them to swim ashore. The neck across^which tin- water Hows is alxiut 150 yards^wide ami the stream is ubout 100 yards^wide. The current has not yet got through^the ^gumbo.*' As long as ibis tough crusi^elands the point is sufc, but should the^current cut through the ulluviul soil be^^low, it would be only a mutter of a few^hours until the great volume of tbe river^would be passing through the new chan^^nel. Between Atchison and Hiishville^tbe Hannibal A m. Joseph and the Kansas^City, St. Joseph 4 Conned liluffs tracks^are covered with muter in several places. AbOUTALUMINUM ItsProd an I cm In ilu I inteil Mates Fast llertiuillis;llll|m^rtaul. Wakhinciton,June 30 ^ The ccnin*^bureau in ns huileiui ou the subject of^aluminum says: ^This interesting metal^has at last naelieil the state of uciual^production, and the United States is now^one of tho h ading producers. The im^^portant features of the indm-try at^present, however, is tho illori by^a ^ new process to reduce* the^cost of making the metal. Promi^^nence is tin re-lore given to the^concise and very exact result of the^methods of extraction of aluminum uud^their results for a ii unilier of years, with^other valuable inf irm ition leading to^this industry. T he product lor the census^year 1(-^'J was 17,4b^ pi amis, including in^alloys \aiuid in K'7,;a5. The principal^sources ot aluminum have heretofore^been cryolite from (jreenland, and un^^pen-.. i Imiuito hut leeeiit discoveries of^ballade hsve been made in Arkansas^which ^ill mi doubt leud to more exten^^sive use of in,, domestic article. TYKX.MNICAL i L MAC t. DA.^Man TarlutHl in fesj Am.ill Msunrr, Then butin lii a li.^I BW YoKK, Jiue DO.^A corresnondi'tit^at Santiago, MsJap on Slay 3b, says:^^In this city to-day J^. .iKioitng of o|Ii-^cers and sailors t f to. torpedo launch^(iiialela was a succia. feature of the^wholesale execution. Vlie men were-^mart-heel to a pin la where hey were shot^tlown by a company of sh.ri shooteis.^This butchery not only caused Indigna^^tion among tie Trle-mls of the ile^ad. but^also among lbdmae-eda's ardent i!i f'.mj.^era. The elead sailors and ^ fflcers were^in charge of ihe steam torjiel i iauticb^Gualda m Val| araiso bay- tine night^the commamii r proposed to Ins crew to^desert ondgoivir to the constitutional^party. All acquiesced i xcept one.^He notified the authorites at once^and tbe men were captured, taken^to Valparaiso aud throwu into Work 1'rellmtnteryi^* the Male Conven^^tion In bs Held lo-Uay. CedarRapids. Iowa, June 30.^The^Iowu republican state convention meets^in this cny lo-in rrow. It is believed to^^night that Hiram C.Wheeler of O leboltu.^Sac county, will lie nominated for gov^^ernor on the flist ballot. Ho is an exten^^sive farmer anil stock raiser. Lieut. Gov.^Alfred N. I'oyner, probably will lie re^^nominated. The platform framers^aro bn i Ij- at work to-night. At^a meeting to-day of the state^central committee und prominent^lead, rs, including Senator Allison and^republican e'etng'cssincn, the platform^was discussetl in all informal way. It can^lie safely preelirtd that the prohibition^plank will be rculilriue-tl and a demand^made for a vigorous enforcement of Ihe^law as it i lands upon the statute book.^At the same time means for less cxpen^sivn etiforci ment of prohibitory statutes^will be recommended an 1 the democratic^party aud democratic county and ciiy^oflieials generally will 1st) arraigned^for connivance with lawless classes in^violation and nullification of the prohibi^^tory law. Oil II ii.mri.il questions lead^^ers of the party counsel a mere iiidorse-^in. nt of the recent act of congress, with^the further declaration that free coinage^should bi^ exteuded to tho limns of Ihe^American output as soon as the financial^necessities of tbe country may justify.^The llamson administration and the Mc^^kinley law are approveel and reciprocity^was warmly indorsed. COURTAT BLACKFOOT. PhelpsWill aervs Fssr Tears at Boss* Cltv-Oher Cites.^Special to lbs ist.iud.il .1 Blackp.ot, Idaho, June 30.^Jm'ge^Staudrud adjourned the district court at^tb'.s place this i veiling until July 7. when^the famous cattle stealing cases will be^taken up again and likely disposed of at^once.This evening was taken up in passing^sentence upon those convicted up to tbis^date. Patrick White and James Melrose^were given two and one years respect^^ively fur burglary, while John Silver and^John Braithwait will keep tbe warden at^Boise company, Ihe former two years^and tbe latter one year for grand lareeti y. J.H. Hawlry, counsel for III* defense^in the I'helps murder case, Phelps hav^^ing been convicted last week of man^^slaughter, argued for a new trial before^Judge Siandrod this evening, claiming^improper evidence was admitted and an^error of the court during the trial in ad^^mitting as evidence depositions^taken at the coroner's Inquest. W.^H. Smith of Ogden combatted tbe motion^for a new trial and the motion was over^^ruled by the court. Sentence waa then^passed upon Phelps, he be ing given four^years in the |^eiiileiitiary. Public sen li^^nn ut is in favor of the verdict as given^by the jury and the sentence was ex-^peeled to be ihe full term of 10 years. It^is considered that Phelps fared well in^getting such a light se-nteiice. A LAKUc DEFICT. AKensstionsl Uiseov.ry Hade In the f*l-^iiMiirtal Affairs ot Ke-nyer Collage.^CiniinVati, June 39.^ At a convention^of the Southern Ohio Diocese of tbe^Protestant Kpisconal church held re^^cently in this city, the most exciting topic^eliscusse-d was thu alleged mismanage',^ment of certain endowment funds of^Kenyan college at Gambler, Km x county,^Ohio. Afther the, ibtcussioll, tho^matter was referred to a^special committee with instruc^^tions to report to the next diocesan con^^vention. It was stated, howeve r, during^the discussion there was no dishonesty in^the^ trunsactiou, but that they were un^^businesslike, aud to that extent irregular.^A rorrespoudi'iil of the Coniiuerciu/ (Va-^zette, writing Iroin Mount Ve-riuui, Knox^county, Ohio, says that last .Saturday the^ibscov ry was made of a virtual deficit of^tL'1,000 ill colle'ge finances. Several^special funds were regularly loaned ou^interest, and when the principal or inte r-^est was puid in, the* amounts were dumped^into the general fund and checked out for^general purposes, uisieael of being re^^stored to their prop, r places. It seems,^however, as the trustees collectively are^financially able^ tu make gooel the short^^age, the funds will rpeedily lie reimbursed. DALY K .ULKtO OUI. TheMugger From IPtiivor, Mr., Whipped^In t in Heest Minneapolis,June 30 ^ The fight be^^tween Juaniiy Van Heest of this city and^Dan Ibiiy of Bangor, Me., for a purse of^|7iU, came i IV to-night ut the Twin City^Athletic club before it good crowd, Uoih^men weighed in und. r 122 pounds and^were in good condition. Van Heest won^the Unlit in tho twelfth round.^During the entire fight tho Miuiie-^a|K^Ux man rushed anil clinched.^Daly stepped the rushes in flue^shape, and had Van Heest groggy in ihe^llfui round and would have probably^finished him but for the call of tune.^From that time until thu 12th round it^'looked as though Daly, who was playing^u waiting game would win. Van Hecsi's^left eye was badly cut aud blood flowed^profusely. In thu 1- li Van Heest landed^three body blows and following this with^a rush, got in a right bander on the point^of Daly's j is-. Daly reeled and fell, and^lielore lie cou'd piss was counted oui. Iteceiveellolo Ihe Sola. Pitimjiia , l'a., Juno 30.^At a meeting^of the* likiusburg Presbytery of the^United Presbyterian church to-day, sev^^eral dcpo^c*tl ministers of the Keformed^Presbytcriuu church were received witii^open arms. Keverend McAllister, mod^^erated of the Reformed ] 'resbyleriuit^synod winch depo-ed the young nun-^iste rs, ar ise in tho tinted Presbyterian^presbytery meeting to speak in defense^of his action, anil was roundly hissed by^the audience'. The Allegheny I nite-d^i'resbyl. nan presbyt ry, in session at^Diihaveu. near here, admitted other mill,^isters di po.ed fiom the iieloruied I'reslij ^^tery church. .VI In. I S ii i.l.ie in il) . PittsbiBO, June 30.^The conference^he'tweeh luaste-rs uud men adjourned^after midnight, the amalgamated being^jubilant and tin m inillaciiirers satisfied.^1 lie scab' as signed has but one change-^Ir m that llrst present d. The manu^^facture!* insisted that the nitie^hour iient^must BS extended and at Ihe lust moment^the men a,ree'el to make it nine hours^und fifteen minutes. This wholesale^signing o! the scale is cxpee-ted to bring^in the Mahoning and Shi naiigo valley^operators, who are now the only ob-^ji rtors. t'pnulb- Mi.uulMiii Tip liip.^(e'l.oiiADii SPHISeis, Colo.. J in* 30 ^^The 1'iu.cs I'tii. railway isle w in success^^ful i p^ raiioii. The first puss -t-s'' t trs.n^reuchinl the summit this afternoon. Tbe^lower terminus of the line i- M'Ufect^utxivc sea leved and lhe^ upi^er 14,147. The^length of the line ut nine miles. A aUBTERHANtAN RIVER. ALake Reported to Move Formed la the^Colorado Itssin. TrrsoN,Am., Juno 30. ^ A special^from Yuma says the* Colorado desert^basin at Saltou, U0 miles we-st of Yuma,^is rapidly filling up with fresh water from^a subterranean passage believed to be^connected with the Ceilorado rlber. At^last advices tbe desert waa being con^^verted into an immense lake, and if tbe^water continues to rise tbe southern^Pacific tracks will be submerged for a^distance of loo miles and the Salton salt^works will he coiupcllcel to close up. The^temperature there is very high, the ther^^mometer registering 146 degrees. TrisuN, Ariz , June 30 ^Advices from^Yuma say the water in thu Colorado des^^ert basin continues to rise. Two cars at^Saltou, which is live miles from tbe main^track of the Southern Pacific, are five^feet in the water. A boat arrived to-day^with a crew who are exploring the lake.^It is learned Indian runners e ncircled^tho lake to-day and it is certain the lake^is fed from a subterranean surface, aa no^surface inlet was eliscovcred. Artesian^wells in tbe basin have ceased to flow. GAPENSLEY'SSCHEME ASecond Memorial Addressed to tbe^Ho!; S'.e. AGAINST IRISH BISHOPS Plea For tho Establishment^of Catholic Colonies In Amer^^ica Comprised of For^^eigners. AMONG LABOR ORG AN IZ ATlONb. ONLYHIS St COND VICTIM. AnIn- Whl.key-SrarrherPieree Nhoets^oflVustve Old Mau. DksMoinks, Iowa, June 30.^ Tbe no^^torious Frank Pierce shot and fatally-^wounded an old man named V\ utnard^this afternoon in a controversy about I ha^right to dump garbage at the city ere.^iniitory. Pierce was the aggressor and^public sentiment is strongly against bun,^Threuts of lynching are freely indulged^in, anil a crowd has surrounded tbe jail tmidnight. Ilevuledto ihe Urest West. Washington,June SO.^Among the^many publication* isstleil by tbe several^departments of the government for tlis^coming report of the bureau of ataliatics^that on international commerce will be^of unusual interest to the public. It Is^devoted to the interests of the Pacific^ceissi, including Alaska and the slates^and and territories lying west of^the Rocky mountains snd will set forth^their wontlerlul natural resource*, includ^^ing forests, fisheries and milling interests^and agricultural, manufacturing, com^^mercial and transportation interests in^that region. BMMMgusl Service.^Washim.ion, June 30.^Acting Si^tary Craui to-day signed an oreler dis^^charging Hi-' i mpli yes of the* sfgual ser^^vice now eugage-il In weather bureau work.^Fntler the law the se crctary of agricult^^ure is bound to give | reference to these^men in making appointments on tbe^force of tbe new weather bureau and^with the exception of a few men who^were elected to remain in what will here^^after be purely a military branch of tbe^signal service, all employes are likely to^be appointed. AItig Ttberru I^ m NewYork. June30.^Official announce^^ment Was made to-day that the property^and business of P. Lorillard A Co.. tobacco^maliu^aclurera, was turned over to a^-lock company to be known as the P^Lorillard Co. with a capital of |6 000,000^of which K.OOO.OOO will Ik- preferred stock,^entitled to *^ per cent, cumulative divi^^dends, snd (3.1X10.010 common stock.^I.ornlards lake the common in payment^for ihe property turned over and will re^^tain the management, i he sties, will be^listed on the New York exchange. Supportedby l lie f'euple BcenohAyhkn, June 30.^All influen-^tial people of ihe province support the^bloodless revolution winch, as announced^in these dispatches of June -'^^. has broken^out in the province of Santiago, where^President Delestro was forced to resign.^Troops have been dispatched to tbe d ^-^turbeel province and in addition a gov^^ernment commission has started for th^^scene of the trouble in order to erratic-^the elifferetici'S wbie-h have causeel th-^forced resignation of President Dclestre. At ire Ml s^^. Moktkf.al,,June 30^The steamship^M- ii ei ill an, which arrireel here tej-day^from Loudon, had a terrible cx|ierie^uce^on her way acrofs the Atlantic. On die^afti nii of June 114. while the steam^^ship wus a little east eif ( ape Kay. flrr^was discovered. AtteT three hours' iiartl^work the tire* was extinguish^!. In the^hold MR i. tons of guniKiwde-r. Copyright,Me h) the New York Assoclsle.1^l'n Ii in.in, June 30^ Copies of the full^text of the see-onel mi mortal presented bv^Hei r Capensh'y lei tin- papal sei retary of^stale have been put into circulation. The^greatest importance is attached to the^memorial. It is proposed that if the holy^see csn be induced in follow out its rec^^ommendations and appoint a large num^^ber of Uermali clergymen as^bishops in the l'uiied States,^Ceiman influence across the Atlantic^will be vastly increased, and it will re-^tiound dire-cily to the growth of a homo^Ce'rmaii government in American affairs.^Ca|iensie^- uiili'cd appeals for aid to other^foreign governments, bay, Austr-w.,^Spam ami f utiadu, promising them in^return a due sliare of prvstigo which will^conie from a division of the Kpiscopal^sets of America among represen^^tative's of different classes^of immigrants. It is felt here, nt -vert he-^less, that the lion's share will fall to the^tii email empire. A war oil ^Irish lush-^ops^ hi America will be prosecuted Willi^rigor, ami it will lie no taiill of lb rr^Cupchklcy if he fails. The memorial^gives statistics showing that 4 ^ ',I ^ Cath^^olics left Kurope for the- Ameri^^can continent in 1n-'i. Of this num^^ber l'e.WM went lo the I'mted^State*. 1 lie latter country also received^thousands of e-miuraiils from other gov^^ernments of the- Latin Americas. Calcu^^lations based upon authoritative statistics^indicated that Catholic emigrants anil^children ought to constitute in the l'uiied^Slates a Catholic population of 3i.OJO.000,^but the fact is the number of Catholics in^that vast country scarcely exceeds 10,-^UjO.OOJ, Catholicity,therefore has up to the^present date, sustained a loss of lti,O0O,OOU^in the great American republics, Tbe^memorial assigns the following causes^for this falling off. A lark of sufficient^prote-ctton for emigratits on arrival in^America, etc; insuftt ciency of priests anil^parishes of their own for^elifferent nationalities of em^^igrants; pecuniary sacrifices, often^exorbitant, exacted of the faithful;^the public schools, insufficiency ol sitii-^tjes (Catholic) and national association-^ml mutual aid, etc., for laboring classes;^want of different repn s lilatives ot^different nationalities of emigrants In the^Episcopal. Kach of these beads^are dilated ou at length. It^is strenuously urged that the^high protection of holy seo is^indispensible to the Ki Kiphaol societies^ia order that they may extend to all^countries from which immigration takes^ulace, and to which it is direcietl. Il Is of^the utmost importance thai every natiou-^aiiiy should have priests, not only able to^! ancuk the language of that nationality.^Put to bo of Ihe eame nation. No doubt,^' says the memorial, in the course of year^emigrants come to speak huglisb, but lo^wait until they have le'arned that laiiguuge^before having lllcin prart.cj their^religion, is to run the risk of timling^them no longer elispeiscd to live utter^Christian fashion. As to stsie-ments of^some that the language of the fatherland^cannot be kept he-youd the second gen^^eration, and that thu third will certainly^speak nothing but Luglish, the memorial^triumphantly e-ile-s the Kre-ueh in Lwu-s-^iana, Geriiiuus in various seedions of^America and i uliinliali-l reucli us ol j-c-^iioiis to this opinion. Theme mortal says that ^to American-^ilu ones self ' is the first, and above all^to ae-cept ami respect the- right re-e*ognisi el^by the constitution ol every nationality^to retain its religion, lis language, its^character anil the like. To want these^nationalities to forget their languages and^country ill order to American se^themselves is to pursue a work^direrily opposed to the constitution. It^oolongs peculiarly to every nation te^take^thu initiative m the matter of American^^ising itself and II w-oti.el lie gross preten^^sion were any particular nationality to^arrogate to itself tho mission of Ano n-^canising others. Toue-hiug American^public schools, the me-nioriul says^the organisation is sue-h a*^to lead to carelessness in^church duties. The organ sation of^beiii fit and other societies is belli veil t^lie a d o g- r to Calliope's, for they cause^legulanou of all lives wiihout any e-on*^sab ration of religious duties. ^P. ril e^lous secret sejcieties^ areeliscussod. Much^space is then devoted to the sub^^ject of bishops of elifferent natioiislties.^Stress Is laid upon the gnat influence of^bishops, and it is said thai bishops who^are .Hang rs to the cb.irscter, habits and^customs of other nations ra.inot, in the^required measure', despite their^v rtuos, knowdedge and teal, appro^elate aud effectual.y aitenel to^the wants of those nations. Again,^tiarmony and concord between difli rent^nationalities are uffected by Ibis sjssb^^tion. If the episcopalo lie handed over^almost exi'lusitely to one single nation^^ality to the ilciruue-nt of the others, u^feeling of ihe gem ral disconlent is cre^^ated which assume'* pro|s^rllolis of jeul-^ou* national rivalries. Knights Arrsyrd Asaiost Membsrs ol^Hi* Federation. Wamiiniiiun,June 3d.^Hugh Cavan-^augh of ( inciunati ami John De-vim of the^e x-cuuve board of the Knight* of Labor^had a consultation with .*se*retary Foster^this uftei noon on a subject which has^been at Issue some lime between the^chief of the bun .in of engraving and^printing and the Knights of Labor, in^which the reapisaiiiimenl of si ven plate^printers reniovi d in in the bureau is in^^volved. Arrangements were progressing^for a settlement of all d (Terences when a^delegation representing the Kederuiion ol^Libor, a r.val organisation, called^at the treasury elepartmeiit ami^asked for a bearing, b 'fore any^agreement was made with the Knight*.^'1 he federation elelegates were admitted^anil at once objecteel strenuously to any^concessions lieiug made to the Kniglun^which would place their mi u ahead of^members of the federaii in already on ihe^^chalice^ list of the him an waiting em^^ployment. This new complication made^any final agreement iinpeiesihlc and the^societary was compedleil to le-ave the'^ipn stion pending until to-morrow e^r until^ihe labor organ sitions rsn settle the in^^side fight among themselves. THE COLOKAOO OVtHFLOWs WANTONE OF THEIROWM RailroadM:n Wbo W re Denied Ad- miss.onto the Federation. I.ljuyeelf.oeeil Credit. NewYoiik, June 3J ^The schedule in^the a**gnment of McDnde llroe., wlei^eliil business in nearly every state in the^union as the Uuion Pacific Tea coui|^ai:y^anel who faileel tn-Ouy. set forth thai ihe^liabilities ana t31J,O00, nominal assets^$J04,d00, actual assets, f lW.OoO. ThrsatealagPioeeUs Art** la Arlviiie and theHill look Is Hset. Le)sANOILIH, June 30.- The Arriine;^iLxprnsi special from Yuma ^ay* the^water which began rising in Saltou salt^mines Saturday aftermath, driving out^the laborers, how covers an ana ten^miles square. '1 be water is three* toeight^feet deep. The lower end of the side track^from the railroad to the suit works^is gone, ami the mines are fl lodi'il.^All that prevents this water from (lowing^into the Saltou sink is a bank of loos,^sand nine feci high and ever a mile wide.^Parties in from Indian Wells n'pi rl the^water well up against tins bank. It Is^thought that the water has found an SS^^dergniutid p-essage through the sund into^Ihe basin. If so It will carry the fined^into it. The Colorado for ten tilde's has^overflown its we-albaiik and is pouring an^immense boely of water into the* Laguiiu^rvglou at Indian Wella. NOTON TMK RILL BOAMDS. I.iii ^ I i -nc li ul.^WAkHINoioK, June ^*^ ^ A re-|^ort has^l^een re ce.veel by CsjbTMBnwtoMf Morgan^freilll the agent at Pains Yale ^. I tie I. J 1 .^[cgunliiig the removal of 3jo famila- -^who are said lo bo iiitrude'r* on land of^the Chickasaw nute n. lie says only time^such were- f ^ uud in certain districts,^where many more' were rc|*-irte'd. 'ihe^agent further says that the l.unites* of b^^iiude-rs has been ruiarepre-seiiie'ei to the^Chickasaw authorities by colleclors and^by them to the ageni y and dci artim-nt.^Tbe agent recommends a suspension of^the work of removal. CONDUCTORSWITHDRAW Chargetot Splto Atfainst the Su-^pr#*m^ Council - A Second^Federation of Kai way tm-^pioyes *o be Farmed. AHeil-Knuwii Tli^'^l^ leal M;,ini|fr hirml^lit A^ftlgn. NewYohk, Junr ;w.^A diapatcli from^Huitt^m *^a^*^ J. M. M il, the well-known^Ilu atricel maiiai;^-r of New V- rk and^11Mton, has fu^ !^^^ I. Tlie liuhilitn*^ are^very Urge. It i^ re|m^rtetl ho rrcently^mortffeired 1* |M of his two tliealnre in^New York in onler to diaeolvo an attarh*^nit-ill placed on hU liueiun rt-eteurent.^Nodeltuiie inforinaitiun could he obuiiu-d,^hut koine went mi ler ^^ to amtert that Mr.^Hill's assets wi re very meager. In New^York it is denied that Hill has failed, lie^mortgufffd his two theatres here for f^.'^.-^UU0 in hehalf ^^f a Boston reHtaurnnt, and^he says he will Im^ straitflitened out l^cfurc^January. ANUIHtKWILL CAbl.. AFather and Hup-^*^n Apply r^^r Letter* ofAiiiuinUirsi Aiikkieen, S. I)., June M. -Th * oritf-^inal Hill of Mrs. M.ty I. l)*yuui, who dieil^at S.tu Francisco the Nth instant, leaving^|iro|M^rty In BWsfJl Dakota, Minn. s^.iu^and elsewhere valued at 91.5,(fl), has^liefii in the ofTleo of tlu* county judge^here. Iloth her husband. Lvman l*ay^ton, and her son by a former marriage*,^James ^ . Keed, have petitioned for letters^of admimstratioii. Thu hearing of ihe^case has been set for July 14. I^ lyloii al^^leges that to the beat of hit beliefs the^deceased left no last will. The context^sill Ik* prolonged and bitter. James * ^^Keed. the son, w4^ private secretary of^ekd'resnleiit Arthur and is an influential^gentlemen. All Itllpt.f (Mill I i J II lit I tun CliU'Ai.o,June .1) - The injuuetion n-^straining certain creditors from proceed-^nig to t-ollect from tne original diri ctors^of the I'acitlf K nlw.iy Company will, il^is ei|^ecte^l, bu rescinded to-morrow.^Argument was made before Ms-w-r in^i halteery ti- ' rge Mills !C^iger^ lo-ilay.^1 he finding is of much importance, as it^not only opt-1in the avenue* of the courts^to the creditors concerned in this partic^^ular case, which involves worth^of notes aud bonds. Out alter.s direetly^other cases involving much larger^amounts. The master in chancery said^to-night he bad found in favor of the^creditors, but refused to talk concerning^the case for the reason that Judge llortou^has not passed on the finding. 'Jeukk lln rt, iBstsa Juno 30.^ The su-^preme (uuncil ot tie Federation ^t Kail-^way Lmploye** ihit morning lo^tk up the^ai plication of the * ^rder of Hallway Con*^ductors lor atlmusmn. W'hdt* discussing^the piocecding, however, the ^^^nductor^^withtlrew their appl-ration, (jrand 1'hief^t'ouiluctor^ lark giving his reasons sut^^staut.ally as follows: **Theappluut ^ n was withdrawn be^^cause we do not w ish to belong to an^ere.in sal ou which makes us own laws^ami d^M ^ n^ it goes along to suit the mem-^Imts themselves. The action of the^c^ un^ ii y* sterdsy in expelling the^|Irotherh^m^d of Hallway Trainmen settled^the mutter, hacli organisation in federa^^tion is entitled lo three votes on all^(pit htiOiiit, hut b* cause Mr. Sargent^a.!^* in ihe chair yestetdsy the firemen^were only allowed two votes. Whenever^a representative of a labor organisation^allows personal feeling to influence his^rote or sction, so soon does he tail iu bis^C4Mf t^^ h^* fellowmeii, and 1 believe tbe^lcelnig has controlled the action of the^Council ever since the Chicago nivoting.'*^i be application of tbe Order ot Hail-^way iccgruphers was next discussed.^It was rejicicd owing to complications^ex-sung between the Order uf Kailwajr^lehgrapbers and the Brotherhood of^Hallway telegraphers. They will he ad-^vir-ed that until they can harmonise,^neither organisation wilt la* udiuiited to^the federation. Ilolli orders admit com^^mercial telegraphers to menilMTship anil^It is thought thttt from this point detri^^mental r. implications might arise at some^futurtt time. Theapplication of the Brotherhood of^Hallway Mutioti Masters was next taken^up. it was rejected. ^ ^ne of the reasons^lor njtciion is the small memt^erabip^and the poor maimer of organisation. Atnoou Messrs. Thurston of the Order^of Hadway Telegraphers and William^Mitchell, grand secretary and treasurer of^the Ibotlu rhoud of Hadway Station Men,^and oilier etltclals of the same orders met^at the hotel, formed an alliance, aud took^steps toward federation. A meeting Will^be held in the to-ar future, at which ar^^rangements will be perfected for a sec^^ond federation of railroad employes.^These two organisations wereretused .ad^^mission t*^ tne present leileratiou and^they pro|Miso lo organise now for their^own protection. PATRIOTIC DfcER LODGE.^Mi* Will Olehiat* ins Fourth la the Best sjrWA DkEltLot hie, June 30. -Peer Lodge is to celebratethe Fourth in right hearty^fashion, and extend* a most cordial invi^^tation to all good citiseus to come and^join in. Thirteen guns will be fired at^sunrise, and at 'J o'clock in tbe morning^there will lx* a general parade headed by^the Abe** band of Hutte. At 11 a. in. the^sjsjsjsji at the court house will begin,^Ihe chief feature of them Is iug the ora^^tion of .*^( nalor L. I^. Matts of Missoula.^At noon refreshments in the court^house t-4piaio will be served by^the cbuich mk'ietiee and four^guns will I^ ^ fired In honor of^Montana, Washington ami the two Da^^kota*. 1 here will be all sorts of races^for prises in the afternoon, and in tht*^evening a grand display of fireworks will^be given in front of the court house. Ihe^celebration will close with a grand ball.^Excursion rates may Im* obtained on all^the railroads. All who attend the Deer^Lodge c debration may Ik* assured of the^best Four h they have s|^eut in many a year. LUNTbsUD WATfeR RIGHTS. It-le. u ' Ml IIt Washim.ion.June 3'i.^Mr. Monit, en^^voy of tne congressional party of t hiii.^has not yet called at the de| arirueut of^state. A friend of the congressional^pariy, speaking of the situation to-day,^said it was true It was the pol.cy of tbe^Cuited States not to recogu x^ the revolu^^tionary party, but it was hoprd t^^ estatt-^bsh to the satisfaction of the government^of the United Mate* tliat it wan not the^coiigrcssioiialUts but Hilmaee la's gov^^ernment which was the rt volut ouary^party. Senor Moiitt lo-day receive*I from^the clnef of the navy a dirpatch denying^tho truth of the r* port that he had not.*^tied the Americaii admiral at li| lisjsM^that crews of Ann rican vessels ouglit not^to go ashore as they would run the risk of^being assaulted by revolutionist mobs. K*U*ii ^*^ a t'**r^g*^. London,June U^ ^It is oftlcially an^^nounced that Lady Macdotiald, widow or^the lute premier of Canada, Sir John^Macdotiald. lias been raised to a peer^^age us an acknowledgment of her hus^^band's long and distinguished public ser^^vice. Ottawa,Out., June 3o ^ News that the^queeu liad conferred a peerage on her^was received by Lady Macdotiald wuti^great tdca-ure. it is said she will bo^called the OHMMMI bw K irn-.cldf^*. ABgMMMl o k t bmbssI^Dallah, Tex , June ixJ. ^ Bank Kxam-^iner Spsu ding look charge ot ihe Ninth^National '-auk to-u gtit and its d s^rs will^t^e cloaed tomorrow. H^* make* a state.^^MM that | very depositor a ul kt set ur^ d.^The causes assigued are strutgeiuy in^the money market, and wore loaus u.an^capital would warrant. Judge Dui fre'i Atirnuoa Takew i'p by UU I iii |' M l All t I M Sr* . Mp.Ti..lto Ihe MautlaiiL Didit Loim.k, J'ine 30.^ Judge Durfee,^sitting witnout a jury, has lieeii bearing^tesiuuoiiy since y stenlay morning in^the water right case of William Mitchell^ei at. vs. H. H. Mitchell et al. 1 here are^B litigants, and all the water iti tbe Deer^Lodge r.ver is involved in the contro^^versy. 1 be case will probubly be finished^tomorrow evening. testIXSMfS ttui striae.^I'll I smm., l'a, Julie 3u. -A spec al^from Wheeling says: Delegates from the^coal in'ties of lieluiout, Jt sVHMS and^tiijernesy counties, Ohio, to the number^ot Tu) met to-night and resolved they^would strike througtu ut the three couu-^lies named to-morrow for a 111 lie-hour^day ami what it known as tho oim ^im^day scale of wage.. About J,U0U miners^employed along ihe Wheeling aud Lxko^Erie, Cleveland, L ^ra^tie and. Wheeling,^aud the I level an I and P.ttsburg roads^w ill go out. It is likely others Will fol^low them. fun- MrM Ki l*-ri. WHITEHavin, l'a., June 30.^The^(Miller of a locom divo on the I entral rail^^road of N^ w J rsey exploded last night^near Ncquehoiting junction, instantly^killing the engineer, fireman and two^brakemeii. I he iu^ u were hurled for a^instance of HO yards aud their bodies^were horribly mangled. IIioi M -i^ Sausage. Iim*\i.*^, June All officer of tho^Lealm orp iriuii in asserts he has discov^^ered that tlesh of broken down.emaciated^and diseased horses is t^c!ug made into^sausage imat and sold m the pooler^o iari- rs of ttie city. An investigation is^t*eiug made. IlyOnlrr ef II* i ^l LoNihn. June 30.^The ^ h - ut' OixneiU iautuniticesthat by order ot her majesty^the name of Sir William liordon C um*^iniiig*has been struck off the bat of deputty^Ueuteuauts at Llgiushire, Seotlaad.