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fmtititffr VOL.IL^NO. 31a, ANACONDA,MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 16, 1891. PRICEFIVE CENTS. FORft SECOND TERM GoierorCampbell Rtncmlnated by^Ohio Democrats. planksof the platform ASpirited Convention^ Opposition^of Hamilton County Dele-^gat**^Speech of the Nom^^ine*^The Stat* ticket ClivklaM),July 15.^j uu^^ E. Camp^^bell is renominated by (he denu crats of^UI110 (or governor, and ibe uuxiety of the^parly leaders is now directed to the ab^^sorbing query: ^Will Hamilton county^support the ticket 7 ' If Cincinnati dele^^gates in tkeiriiiunifentatioiis of relentless^opposition and hostility to-day truly rep^^resented the feeing of the people, then^the conclusion ia irn sistiblo that a con^^siderable portion 01 the dsmucrnta of^Hamilton county will not support Gov-^ernor G'ampbtil in the November elec^^tion. It !^ almost proverbial in the^trickery state tliut ^As Hamilton county^goes, in autumn elections, so goes the^state of Ohio. ' If this he ucceplcd as the^infallible rule, the impon.tncu ^ f har^^monium^ discordant elements in Hamil^^ton county may well merit the anxiety of^democratic leaders. Thevast music hall in which (ho con^^vention cm held was parked to its ut^^most capacity long before the hour of^meeting arrived. The decorations as^usual conssn d latg'ly of American^colors. Suspc.ded above the singe was^a vast floral creation lieuriug the Icticis^^Greeting to the Democrats of Ohio;^Welcome to Cleveland. Promptlyat 10:110 ^ hairmau Norton of^the state central committee called the^convention to order, and Her. J. W.^Ciimpbell invoked the Divine blessing^upon the convention. ChairmanNorton then formally opened^the convention in a brief out stirring ad^^dress. In his speech opening the con^^vention ho denounced the republican^party and the M'-Kaiicy tardl' bdl in the^usual terms, and asserted everything good^under the constitution was inspired by^the democratic purly. He closed with a^eulogy on the lion. 1. G. Thurm iii and^introduced his son, Allen W. Thuruiau,^as temporary chairman. Atits conclusion Allen W. Thurman,^temporary chairman, stepped forward^and addressed the convention. Thur-^luau, after a lew preliminary lemarks,^launched forth with a denunciation of the^rt publican parly and lis methods. He^paid particular attention to the acts of^the last congress, which he denounced^for the enactment of the McKiulty tiitfl^bill, and Ike subsidy bill and its efforts to^puss the loree lull, t oniii.uing. he said: Thetune 1^ Lore whi n the people will express^their he lef in a s couiplcte and not restricted^rerliireclty; when they win u ^ longer mbMbBj^am patty which ktVBSI and rn:h els MM d .1 ar^tuXt-soYi r and sb ^\e that wBBBk is r ,| mc I t.i^wis. ly and cfiiiiuniicully ut.niiiiisif r tin- . ff.crscf^llicgoveruineul i when luey will give due iint.ee^to Hie liilaul ludiiilitea thai havu beeu uuisid^for iu' years mid Ii i^e sirivitl at the aire win a^they must take care of tic nisclvcs; when tin y^w.ll brand a prot^rtiVe tin li as stealing, us ml-^Vecatea as beggars, and demand lh:.| He must^have it tariff lor revenue only. 1 most tai nt s ly^l**stvch tlie Linnets, wlio-e intetc.-ls are idi nll-^eally I he same ss m^ own, to follow tlii ^ course;^the wild schemes of the government loaning^money upon wart'house eerllll. ..P s or ii|mli^lands; the taking po-sessioii ^.! railways ami^telegraphs ly iiiiveiuiiieiil, internalional im- pllllemetlts that alee, Ulilllilrd and a ilo/.ell t llier minorissuesu.l leail u t emy to greater i. Na^^tion, hat to the l ithl.cst k nil of soc.a-^Ism. I say to them, put it in one side ami^stick to Hie i.ii ii asue uulil you gel w..ai is iiaj^you. Inclosing Thurman character t*J the^McKtnley law as class legislation with^most vicious tendencies. As an illustra^^tion lie instanced tiu, which for 15 years^bad been protecied by a 'J6 per cent,^duty. '1he committee on permanent organ^^isation reported that cx-Congrts. man L ^^blond had been selected as permanent^chairman of the convention. 1 ho com^^mittee escorted Leblond to the chair.^Chairman Loblonu'a speech was brief^and to the point. Ho thanked the con^^vention for the honor conferred and then^proceeded to denounce the last icniib i-^can congress for its bad legislation an i^its attempts to pass the forru bill. GeneralArmstrong of Cleveland moved^that the convention adopt the p dure of^the victorious rooster as a device to des^^ignate the ueir.ocratic ticket, as the re^^cent reform law r. quired the selection^of some device. Tile motion was adopted^by acclamation. Thefirst contest in the conv union^arose over the report of tho committee on^credentials. The report was in the^Twenty-fifth ward of Cincinnati and the^Hamilton county delegation was the sub^^ject of the wrangle. Nobody but Hamil^^ton county delegates appeared to under^^stand the points in the dispute, and T. J.^Coogan, secretary of the convention,^started to make an explanation. Sitdown, you are not a delegate,^^shouted a dogen Hamilton county men. Thechair decides the secretary is an^officer of the convention and is entitled^to bo beard. Anappeal from the decision of the chair^was ruled out ot order. SecretaryCoogan made bis statement^amid many interruptions from the Ham^^ilton county delegates and was replied to^by Judge Lrinston cf Cincinnati. Hoth^factions used many harsh words and the^chairman Dually called upon the^sergeatit-nt-arius to maintain order by^suppressing any lecalcitrant delegates. JamesK. Neal mov.-d the prcvuui-q les-^tion. Tile minority was overwhelmingly^defeated and the msj irity report of the^credential committee was then adopted. ChairmanI'mley oi Hie (omiuittee on^resolutions presented the iollowing ma^^jority rrport of the platform: Theadministration of Governor Campbell Is^CDdoiscdfoi lis honesty auU tee orny and t. e^List of the Kfi-Mimt tltegencal iss nn ly u^rommendi d for its ^^oimmy ami ivfuitii and rs-^peeu Iv for h t\ h g t^i ^ a ute i for a el t ba I t.^Ciumiiu.ug. Usi Mfsrlal ti e n...j ^. ^^^ raaasi^^^w ^ are opiosed in all esses sadskaues saw Be.^la ve in a t..r,n leti-d lor tlie sole puips. , f^pro4ui lng a rrvrnui* MMBSssss ts ieuoy ta* h^^gitinat ^ eiicusetot a government ecunoiu.ca.ly S-UllhllStTcli Wenop- Ibe Issue t. nlered to us by the re- Iiihhcan party ou thf tuhjeet nf the ta iff. at^represented by the so-called MrKinle) tariff act,^t Utl nic confident that Ihevernict ofl.e is-ople^i f Ohio win be rrcord^ d against tne Iniquitous^policy of s i called urolcc ion. fltanipiuneu I y iln^lc| bbIbbBB purtv in the tlltetrat ef f.ivorcd^ei os sa.auis. the nia^i-c^. Wei ,\ii' a irrad'd has me lax. We denounce^the tlt-un uelizalien of diver ill 1S7J by the par.j^then in p iwrf as an ui.qii.tuii a.ltTa.lou of Hie^nanny st n ar.i iii lav roi, i. ditors and against^debt.us. t xpucrs and pi..diners, and which,^by shutting olt one source of stipp.y ^I prim ,ry^money, nitrates rjntlutid) to luerease the^value of irulti, depress pi ices, hamper Industry^Slid tbs|iarsre t nt-tpr.sc; slid ss tlenisnd the^leiiitta.eiucnt or ihe c.iustuullnu.il s aadard of^1h^ Ii gslil auJ i liver, with the tqual lUjUt ef each^It. free ami unluul cd c (usee. Wceen uncc tin- n pttidhan b lllon dol sr con-^: rcss which liy Its extravagant expenditure rx-^liaiisutl i he tut plus hi i lie in louai l*BMW| tsR^UMN by a d MMSjHl ailnilulslrsIII n ami^crealed a deficit; wllll-ll subslllutrd a despotic^tulc lor free tlwus ion iu tlie house of icpn -^^St l.ilives, ss* nr i' tn^ralllLtte til I people on^the Ueleal of th ts.1. us lorct* lull demanded b^a icpub.K-au pics Ucin ami champiom d by the raaaaeisassarts iur Las ssesesi of sfesetastlag^Us rule by p.-iverting lbs consiliutli u.il ^^wets^of tne g v. riunetit, destroyuii; free e cc ions and^placiu.^ lue ba lot mix iu I tie hands of uasciiipu-^b as |isitls uis in (iid-r. a. decl trcd by ^p ahcr^Keeil, ^ to register tile voters, supetVise the ^lec^^tio s, eoiiul t.is ballots and t.ei lare the result. Wcopp.se Hie enacinpuit of alt lass^which nun c ssanly in crl- ir w.ta tin hub.is^anil i usiom. of any ol our people which are nut^oUcnsivc lo the moral scntui.eiil of the tivd./ctt^koi hi. We 1 tvur closer coinnierclsl relations with our^t'anu'tl.iu uci^.tbors. * f.^vor nbeialand Just nenslumto ike dt-^^eiti iir i.ml iiisahh-tl s Udiers .u.d sailors aud^llieir willows ami utpuaiis. IkS| rise, lit on of the Jewish people by the^Russian govcrniueiit Ju^tiy tlesi rves uur uiKpiai*^ill -d censure. We believe this BSMffSSS ut iu lo.uectlollWilli tile t-Oh;'..Hi Bed govi'llllller.ls of I.iu |.e tlbji red lo nunc Willi the t liiled Males^sh u U take proper steps to a leviate l.iesc^srongs. 1in minority n non was then presented^by Fti.nk Gorini.li ot ( iiiciiinati. Ii gives^tliu ioilowiug us u substitute lor the nlv. r^|.l.tnk in the platform: WcI elieve ill i.q b tiiesi inan^v, the coinage of^g dd ami silver, and a elreul-iiiug medium con-^vtr.ibb- lido such iii.uii v v ithoiit loss: and wc^epp ss all b u' sh.taui slneii 11 ml I to drive eitlier^goal sr Silver eul of circulation, and we btheve^Iu maintaining the coinage of bats in' tab on a^pain. italso retoniim nils n resolution declar^^ing lor the graduated income tax lo be^stri^keu out of the platform. The discu.sion of the platform brought^forth some lively deli.He, Gorman, lor the^minority, urging that the democratic^party could not utterd to put itself upon^any pia'.fortu that advocates any dime hut^honest money. The minority believed^the democratic paity cuu win on tar.ir,^and that it is not in the province of the^democrat!* convention to tako up the II.lit of tho republican senators of Mon^^tana, Nt vadu and Colorado^the fight of^inilliouairt s. General 1'iulcy, of tho ma^^jority, argued iu fuvor of his report, say^^ing the dt uiocruls nitut meet this issue,^ami that the tune aud |-lace to meet it is^in this convention. Theminority report was rejected by^ll'ii. nays to UU ;; yeas, and the p.atforiu^an itporltd by u iii.ij.rily of the commit^^tee wits adopted. Nomiiiutiugspeeches for governor^commenced ut 1 o'cicck. r'olltlef Cincinnati placed in nomina^^tion Neal. ai the conclusion of which the^convention went wi.d. Michael Kyan ot^t BsBBMksti nominated Governor Camp*^bell: K. in sal I: Isni sent here I y a large Isslv of il-moeruts^from Hamilton county to say to Ibis convention^that llicv are in har.iioav. Iie.u-t and soul, aitb^the general fcibii/ of d'inicr..ry tluou^iioul^I lie suite I bat the wise, proper, pulitoUe thing^lor Ibis convention lo d i is to reiuunmate our^pie'cul Wfrlliy unit rsBSslBBl governor, Hon.^.hum s Campbell. | Prolongeil at p'ause.J iWe}SSs*tSB*Iksgnat ressiMkMB die ator^BBJI iu the 111 1 title of u.s PLWar uml g 0:^^ id^I Is s a e IbIBBBBsIb* kf his toititlltl, ill^mini of orticeiiolders of bis ow i mak.ng. and^h.-.cked by Ibe tin ngih ami wealth of me na-^tiotai i*| uhlitun n.scliiue ll dm in ke*l stem iu^Baast*BStcBsBsBBt*skl*fl*tr*l K- r iLer Hut^BBvff heiess se pin up tampbell agninst b in^A b.tt:gttl up ettfioi and a BbbbbI bslt. i box was^all that was .eft iti commemorate the Ba uio: y^of the one mighty I tusker, llau.liter j Ity^the nouuliatliB ol MeKinleytl.c repnblicsiis^bate iiiade the tarilf the Issiis in i ur state elec^^tion, it isa ^:es|k-rate aitempt on their pan lo^con Bi t chin to .Mt hli.lt j.sin n 1. e prcsi.1t ii-^l.al c u e I. They fear Ihf tcrut.t of the slates^n xt tear: tin y dxad the rreuirtuce of last^^t itr's th- . at. Therefore tbev wid have r. course^to I f in s. desperate m'atii lo attain t.icir^BBSS. \\c nee. pt the gauge of battle thrown down lo^us, llhuli). i nieifiihy, wllllug'y wc s*Bt them^on the I.lies tliey marked out. lor it sill be the^most asitiuml ng oceurrenee ol the century if the^progressive, int ll g. ut ami euteriuusing BBBBBI^of Ohio du lit I pu' the st al o( their ceiiuciiiua-^titiu ou class legislation, the bidi tar.lf tobbcr^BlcKiniet inlli- eoiiiiua election. Itui wb lis^niosi iif. ttetl in ti is year is got d goveimn-iit for^our slat. ; tbcr.fore, we sunt JsSSSSa.CBBS*.^bell [(' eeis ] H ^ nominal ou ln-rc Itv'ay wdl^be rat lib tl I y the pt ople iu .N'ovrniliei . Uis iipm-^ii aUtui by ibis eoiivculiiHi w.ll bi an intense-^no id ot ul^ that is hoiiorable dS'etit sntl tllgul-^BBS ill our |*^hc). ll Is our duly to si.y lo b m,^^Well none ibuu gotd and lul hlui servant, p..^cause thou bast been Irue and loyal iu etcry^tiust re;s^sei in thee, wu invite dice again to^cui r intii Hie seriiee ol the ueople. Thefirst ballot taken resulted as fol^^lows: Campbell, SU8 7-K; N'oal, 134 9-lti;^Kl.ne, U^; Johnson, 1. When the result^wua finally announced, showing Camp^^bell's noniinatinn, there was another^repetition of wild seem s of the enthusi^^asm of tho day, while delegates cheered^and waved their handki'rt biels and tossed^their bats. The band in the gallery struck^up ^The Campbells are Coming.^ There^was dissent only from the Haiuillou^county do legation. While others were^cheering, the CincinnaliHiis hissed vigor^^ously slid refused to be quieted. Thein initiation was declared carried^on a ViVa voce, tho Neal nivn failing to^demand theyeaa and nays. ThwUumii.^ton couriiy nit u vottd *'no^ in aciiorus,^however, and as if to emphasise their op^^position ri pealetl ^no, no, t:o, no,^ for^half a minute. Following the announce^^ment lb.it the motion bad prevailed they^Ins-etl loudly ami rcp'-ao lily notwith*^standing cries of ^bbbMb*^ If ta iheCay.^BBBafa county delegation. a committee^wus appoiiittHl to escort Cam; . ell to the^rba.r. While the coninai'ii e was out^nominations for lieutenant gov ruorwere^.1 clired in otd-r. For this^ Cic ^ W. V.^M iroU -. He prison, n ci.lllbi was^MbVMbbB** by acclamation. At lot* Junc^^ture C, mpbell apitearttl aud ^Whiiegtatt fully acct piing t IS tccond^^ .i .i o:. from the democratic party of^Ohio my thoughts naturally revert to lbs recordand achievement of that pany^since the memorable Dayton convention.^Th^ electors of Ohio have oilier reasons^lor voting with us this year, besides such^as solely affect tins state. The battle be-^fore us is essentially a national one, he-^cause tin- republicans of Ohio have iden^^tified tlieiu..|v.s wilh every phase of^iniquitous legislation accomplished or^attempted by the fifty-first congress. The^republican party ap|icars as a defender of^that arbitrary disregard of the minor. .v^rights wb.cb disgraced the last bouse of^representatives. HJ bitterly arraigned the republic in^p ii iy in a speech of considerable length. Theticket was completed as f. Hons:^For auditor of state, Hon. T. E. P cki i-^baugb of Wayne county; tor attorney-^general, John 1'. BbIIq^ of Putnam^county; state in asurer, C F. Acks-mi.it. ;^ol Mansfield ; judge of the supreme couit,^(Hist iv us H. Wald. Hamilton county:^commissioner of common schools,( barb s^C. M l it, Krl^ county; member of lie^board of public work-, John McNamara.^KsbbMbM BSMBBt*| member of the loud and^dairy commission, H, S. Trurubo, Lis-^re nee county. Then after passing lie^usual vote of thanks to officers of Iks^convention, at 5 o'clock this evening it^adjourned, sine dio. THROUGHOUTMONTANA ia.cresiiDnHcppemcg^ Rep^ed from DUrfcDtPLces. FROM THE GARDcN CITY ONtOF UOULO'S SCHtMES. HeLook, after II.a own Interests Only ThePresident's Agreeinsat.^Cuicauo, July 15 The fact that no'!,^ing was ui-coriiplished at the meeting ol^the advisory board of the Western Trallic^association in Now York causes no sur^^prise iu railroad circles here. The presi^^dent's agreement is still looked upon ss a^make shift lo tide over the crisis in^railroad ulTairs, and now that the^crisis is suptMised to bo passed, n^ia belie veil the organ salion will^be permitted to gradually sink out of^sight. It is said the disposition mail* by^Jay Gould s pet icbenve lor the establish^^ment of a joint agency was premeditated.^No doubt the secret uf the oj position is^the distrust of anything proposed by^Gould. T he recent rnte cutting perform^^ances of the Missouri Pacific apparently^convinced oilier roatls thai Gould is look^^ing after ins own interests t xclusively.^Another reason g.ven by many railroad^men for pictliciing the t arly downfall of^the association is the failure uf the t fl'ort^to bring the Alton, Kansas City Slid other^important roatls into the combine. JUMPEDTH . TKACK. ATrain Wrecked on ills Colorado Mid^^land suit Two I. ves I.-ist.^Dekvkk, July 16.^The 7'itnss' s| ecial^from Cult ratio (.ny suys: ^A terrible^height wreck occurred on the Colorado^Mi..land at Das puss about 1 o'clock this^n'oruing, which resulted in tho death of^the t n. im or ami fin man of the train^and the total desiruciion of 11 cars loaded^w.th ore and bullion. I'm man James^Wilson was buried beneath tbs w^ ^k^and bis body has not yet been recovered.^1 he accident occurred jusl alter lbs Irani^hail left the tunnel, and sti.ru -1 to de^^scend a steepgrade. The bruk*-a refused^to work ami the heavy loaded cars rush, tl^down tho sleep declivity at a frightful^rate of speed aud at tho first curve^jumped the track. IJi'CilngCatllrmcu. KansasCi i y, July 16 ^ A special to the^Journal troni Arkansas City, Kan., says:^Captain Hall, United States urmy, who,^Willi a company of militia, has been^driving intruding cattlemen from the^Cherokee strip, arrived hero to-day and^reports nil BSjMBS east of the Ko^k Island^railway baa been driven out, but that the^country west o. the railway ia stillcovcretl^with herds. Tho captain w ill begin elec^^tion of the latter to-morrow, boomers^who ate awaiting tbo 0|ieuitig of the strip^to settlement have organic I to burn all^cattle ranges within 1U days, uuless the^cuttle aro all removed be.me that lime.^They say the grass is now dry enough to^start aud make a splendid prainu fire,^and they will start such u lira if the cai-^tlemen dare to return to the strip slier^ejectment. Intoa Chair Car,^Foiit Srorr, Kan., July 16.^At the^crossing of the Missouri Pacific and Mis^^souri, Kansas A Texas railrovla this^morning, a freight train crashed into a^chair car of a Missouri Pacific passenger^train, knocking ll I IT ibe trucks and turn^^ing it on its side. The following persons^were iiijuted, more or It sa seriously;^Mrs. W. 11. Taylor. Salt Lake ( ity; Mrs.^W. S. N cksoii, Kingman, Kas.; it tX^l'arkrr, Kiderado, K**s| ts L Sheldon,^Sedalin, BBSs| Mrs. Nannie Parker, Mrs.^Jennie Corner, Setlalla, Mo.; child of^Mrs. S. H. Hallingcr. J. W. Holm s.n,^Walker, Kas., and Mrs. George Millur.^None of the injuries are thought to lie^latal. lllaineI. .ok. Weil.^BOHTO!^, July 16^A rc| orter of lite^Bcstou Jtatillrr secured Mi inteivifW^with Mr. Ilia no at liar Harbor yesterday,^antl the report bears out Hie previous^statement to the effect that the secretary^of Slate hat simply Im-en suffering fr m^overwork and nervous trouble.uud is rap^^idly recovering. T he re|^orier says Ins^face shows no traces of disease, ami he^found the statesman looking much betier^than he I.us appeared m Boston ft r si v^eral yt ura. September lit ^ r 'JS has In 11^set as the date wr.cn bo will return to^Washington an I assume active duly. Colorado's(irassliopper Crop.^OemtBR, July 15.^A special to Ibe M*M^from JJrusli, ( oio., says: The whole^county south of here is completely in^^fested with young grassbop|iera of the^locust i pt clt s, the sumo thai laid was e^Kansas and N ebraska years ugo. Tint^seem to lie increasing dally antl arc SSW^so numerous as to drive sheep and BBtu^before ib^in. Alfalfa, unripe grain and^gartlensatc completely ruined. tslritekll W ith s Pirb.^Hentkb. July \-^ -Five workmen at tie^el- e r i works were fearfully burnc I, I to^fatally, by an explosion of a car. ot giaul^|^owtler, which lay utleiiipled to op, u by^striking with a p ek. The^Cantts^ May Absorb th*^^Mlssouilan^-! he flayer of^Dlisworth - Phil psburg^t vents. IBBBBSlo the Sisndard. Misstii L* July 15 ^Tho report to the^i tit 11 thai BBS Missoul t Publishing com^^pany, publislnrs ot the (f'oie'fe, have^taken an option on the MbMSSBB**. plant,^goti 1 will an fraiicliise, is aouuittd lo be^true iu an editorial in ibis evening's 0s^^Mssk The report also slat* 1 that a iiioin-^n g rc|MibliCau paper would Im* pinlislied^and that is not denied. The Uazrlte sava^that il Hie money can bo raised die M ^-^bMbbbb will Ik* IkOUgtlt. 1H. Lit ot U . . AKrAIKa. A Hii k Yard gtBttBBks* ^^^ II uis a^llini.clio^A 1 .mi It tes. Heels'to tl e Maliaald. I'llli.irsinmi. July 15^About two^niouihs sgo a man named Hugh lb.ll^^Bsbb* here lr tin ( asi'atle and started a^brick yard. Philipthurg iiicb il bus of^brick and it moked like u go..il scheme,^but the rainy weather caused considerable^delay and losa of money, and Mr. Duffy^went to lh i man where he leased another^sieam yard, ami undertook to keep them^bulb tunning, and the result was that he^made a total failure t f the enterpriae.^I he yard here was attached to-day by I).^It. .'.Ii Hi a st Co., ami it is also litung by^the laborers,!!! ll ol whom have iiccu paid.^J. M. Lindley of Host-man came It town^to-day, looking for Duffy, and reports that^there arc si veral people in Hi s 'man very^anxious tor an interview with him. He^lett on the Irani this morning Ms* his^u l.en alien is are al present unknown. Oneof the ^broncho busters'' had^some fun Willi ulle of his city frienila to^^day, l'rituk Nownk, the barber, has been^in the habit of gelling on bis horse and^taking a rule nearly every time be came^in town, and uu innocent-looking^lulls- buy luaro was rode in and^lutl up in Iran of sir.^N .wait's place to-dc.y. Frank dried Ins^bauds on a towel and went out ami got^on, but wua almost instantly thrown^about 3 i feet lit the air, but fortunately^nut hurl. THEUILWOHIH MUHUtR. UecfTrrylieinsrs H^Uud Over 10 the Dis^^trict Court,^(special to the standard HkuLoih.k, July 15^The preliminary^exam.nation of Dt men, the Frenchman,^^h^^ shot and instantly killed Col. James^D Iwortb on the ltnh Hist., has been com^^pleted. The testimony confirms the llrst^report of the cause of the shooting^a dis^^pute over land winch should have been^settled in the courts. Homers was bound^over lo the distr.cl court, Ilia bonds being^fixed at ^1,(100. The sympathy of the peo^^ple generuily is wilh the Frenchman. tunei^ Kiscicd. specialto the standard, Liv.nos'I'on,July 16.^At ameotingof the^Livingston \N aler Power company. In 1 I^luat evening, the following were elected^odlecra. George T. Chambers president;^George A. Gordon vice-president; J. C.^Villas, treasurer; A. J. Campliell, seen-^tsry. Thrschool hoard met last night for the^purpose of electing a principal for the^ensuing year. H.t . Ottorii of Neieigh,^Neb., waa elected tu the position. Miss^leBBfl Duke of liarifoid, Ky., and Miss^Anna C. Madden of ^ rooklyn, N. Y.,^were elcctrtl iidiliuonal teachers for the^next teun. T he buanl decided to erect a^two room frame building m-ar the site of^the present school house for the accommo^^dation ior the pupils until the now i J) uu)^building is c unplclo I. A%\olusii's It-llel lurps. BperiHlto li e standard. Livini.ston,July 15 ^ Mrs. Hugh Kirk-^eiuiull of lie.ena was iu L vdigston yes^tenlay ami org.tins tl a blanch of the^\\ oin.iti's llel.ef corps, to tie known as^Livingston Helief corps nf Karragul Post^No. 2. The follow nig ladies wcrocho-^oOlcera of the organ latum: Mrs. liattie^M. Joy, president; Mrs. M. A. Williams,^senior vice president; Mrs. Jennie Lung,^junior vice BSt siilfirs; Mrs. P. U. \\ tight,^chaplain ; Mrs. Gertrude L. Gordon, sec^relsry; Mrs. II. II. Harm hi, treasurer;^Mrs. Jennie Ouiiuet, conductor; Mrs.^Coru Ba llai.ehe, guard. So:km I.nil, aslsr.^fSjSSBB to tie Malitliirti. Cillims, July 15 ^In the case of the^state agaitisl Pretlerick J. Mastisw^charged with emU iilemeui, the deiem -^am leaves the court fully tluilicaled. The^jury took sksBSM live miuutos to strive at^a verdict of not guilty. The verdict is^heartily approved by the ^bMbBBBSi Cttiiiat.AU nrs,^Pamams, July 16 ^ll Is thought proba^bin iho i re-eut condition of uiraira in^Clii.i will coin.line ui.nl the entry int^ofllce of Prt aideiit-Llt c: V.e.uua; tlieii^nrgctiation of tuiistaciory urrangi inents^will not only be poasible, but very prol^sble. Trasport Mm... lias turned up with^mei.it.. .ii - for an army of lf6.U0J men for^the reiigrcsalnualtsts. The foreign cle^^ment In Chili set iu lo be gr.-a'ly favoring^the congressional csuse. Sympathy ImiIIi^din ct and mil re Bt of lh^ itritish cleiiuuii^with the congressional party is noto^^rious. ^^^ Aries.m| lor BtSeSkea^SoFTA, July 15 ^Police toKlay srrestrd^two stutit tits lor the murder of M. Con-^atsnlitie lialtciu IT, ibe 'liilg.tttun ii. lus^^ter lo I-'raiic ^. t^u Marsh J^ last. The^prisoners made a conlcssion,aud it^ BSBB^Dr. Mol IT. Dr. Ku ebiui a..d Loloi.el K i^^lt of hiring lie in lo commit the deed,^anil ihey b ,ve Itc. ti arreate.l. THE HOW! I L FAILURE. vthv Ibe nig I.tunbtr ( ompasy VI ss^I recti in Assign. C'lllt'AOO,July 16 ^Pre-idciit Gage t f^the V rst National bunk, sprakiugof the^Howell Lumber Company failure, said:^^While Spoouer Howell has a in ^si un^^limited credit personally in the bank, we^found it necessary to foreclose for pro^^tection. Howell's brother waa going at^such a rate as to scsre every bank in the^city. It was rumored other creditors were^about lo swoop down aud we had to take^this step lo save ourselves.^ The^local attorney ior the ilnn said:^The trouble has been brought ale ut^by Geurge Howell, who managed the^linn's affairs ill tbo South. He made^breaks of huge proportions whu^h tho^local end had to see through. As a result^they overdrew their accounts and tlually^the banks thresteiit-d to fort-cloae. The^First National got there Mrsl.^ The bun^will pay liabilities ami resume business at^once. Presideul Howell said the trouble^is all iu the Western branches; here the^firm was making money, hut out there^they have been paying ll out until^the pressure In came too great.^Several mouths ago Howell, as presi^^dent of the company, waa indicted^by the federal grnt.il jury for violation of^tile inter-state commerce law, the com^^pany being churgt d with hiihtug the^wcighmaaters I f various railroads. Many^rumors gained publ cny ut the nine, one^being lo the bbVmN that the railrtiads had^forced tt.e company to pay u largo sum iu^damage s. Howell to-day adliilttcu minora^of Ibis kind wereau eh no lit in the llnun-^ciul trouble, us they liatl damaged the^company's credit. The exuel standing^now is not known, but last March the^assets were placid at ^3.50ti,(XA), and the^liabilities st M m.u. u Omaha,July 15.^Tne first movo made^here iu cciiiueclioii with the Howell Lum^^ber company case was ibe tiling of a bill^of sale of the yards here, teg llier with^the entire stock aud books of accuuuu to^Cnaffee. Attorney Ashcroft, who is here^representing the F'.r.t National bunk^f Chicago, said to-day that tin-^sale, a transfer of some kind had^been arranged without the knowledge^or consent of Howell and will amount^lo nothing. The bank holds property on^chattel mortgage which we took lo pro^^tect ourselves aud not as asaiguee lor the^bent III of ull creditors. We liuve replev^^in! d everything here. I ^up|ioae liabili^^ties will reach a million, while assets are^probably double that.'1 Jusl at present^Attorney Wagoner uf Atchison baa pos^^session of the yards in this city by virtue^of a writ of attachment issued this morn^^ing, be asserting the company owed huu^t6,UU0 on a due bill. NOTHtrl bUN. stag*Hers Wases^Toli no. Ohio, July 16^All the sire'^^railway employes in the c.ty struck this^morning for an advance in wages. linni I by l ire. Shamit, Me., July 15.^Tho Sbamut^Filler company's pulp null was fl-ed by^t vvrbeated machinery this noon aud Ue-^j slroyed. Allegationsef the Uu-btiiU at May Day.^lea la Ibe Molest Will Contest Case.^Aiit.itiir.KN, S. D., July 15 ^The matter^of the appointment of au administrator^in the estate of Mrs. May Day ion, sfler a^lengthy arguuiriil between attorneys for^James C. Heed, her son, si.tl Lyman t .^Dayton, her husband,was continued until^September IV Day ton llled a long list^of objections against the appointment^of lb cd, alleging that the Instru^^ment ou lilt! is not the last will ami^testament of May Dayton; that Heed^is not ber son nor any relation ; that the^said May Dayton waa of unaoiinil mind^when the will waa alleged to have been^executed; that Mrs. Dayton waa sepa^^rated and concealed from her husband^tor upwanls ol three years by su.d lit i d^and others; that suul May liaylou has at^all nines declared to the contestant,^Lyman C. Dayton, and uunieioua partu s^fur a period of more than H years, that^she bed no children or kin whatever. TtMPtbANtTi-WOhKtRS. A Meeting ef tu.d staler feople al^naraluga SaKATOUA,N. V.. July 16^The tenth^national wniicrauce convention met^here this morning, about I'd different^temperance oiguini.uiotia being repre^^sented. After an address of welcome by^Ktv. Mr. Gates, piaicr of tho Methodist^I .lost opal church, slid a response by He v.^Dr. Cyler, Lugene II. ( lapp of^Uasion was chusetl permanent chair^^man aud John M. Stearns uf^Green Point, N. V , secretary. Al^ibe afternoon session,several essays were^read and discuss d. Among the topics^were ^Total Abstinence sa a Christian^Obligation,^ ^T he I'so of Temperance^Literature,^ ^Methods ot ( huicli Tern-^Iterance work,^ and ^The High License^Method of Dealing Willi the L quor^T ralllc.^ In all essays and discussions ti e^seiit.uienl was opposed lo high license.^Th a evening s mass nice dug was held at^which addresses were made by H v.^Joseph Cook uud Mrs. J. Ellen Foster. biriiin r -ojiis'^ C suditiais.^Lot isiViLLti. Ky., July 16. ^ At Pailucah^yesterday Hie republican convention de^^cided not to nominate a candidate for^slate senate, but support Graham, ibe^Peop.e's party tandidate. Iu an inter^^view, Jesse Harper, the Pet pic's parly^leader, said the purpose ia to gut a strong^vote iu Kentucky tu show that iho Peo^^ple's party will n caive the support ol the^Farmers' alliance in the Souih. What^Kentucky docs, lie bid.eves, will largely^tic-tct unite the success uf the party. IhMs, Inn. that Kills.^Nr.W Yokk. July 15.^With compliance^of Ibe law \\ srdeti Hiown of Sing Sing^lo-day ll Is tl a t trlillt-ate of the death of^the four men icceiitly executed. With^the certificates aas dc|K^sited a statement,^signed by Dir. Mi D maid ail I Ward,^staling that in S**aWioeaySb*SS was ksBSBSil^wnti the a| piicaiiotiof . he current in each^case. The opinion is expressed that tt.e^method ia the beat in use. I'llSupprtssetl. PaSam a, July 15.- The Guatemalan^assembly iius th creed a aupprcaaiou of^tne ilu y on cattle. Hour uml oilier pruvn^siollS imported In in abroad. 1 he press^praises uuati uu u-ty tins measuie, as it^undoubtedly saves the poorer classes^from famine. BADKOOTENAI INDIANS TheyDry! White Sellers Off Land^Along the Kooienai Ri.tr. THEREWAS NO BLOODSHED MilitaryAu'horltles bay th* Land)^I* Not a Rt*erve-Th* Mat-^tar Referred 'o Depart^^ment Headquarters. rstteci.i!to Ibe Standard. M-ukanf,Waali., July 1*.^News of^^ rouble net ween ibe Kootenai Indians^and whno settlers along the Kooienai^r.ver h is reached Ibis cny. 1 he Indians^cla.ui the laud alouir the river iu the vi-^cin.ty of lion tier's Perry, aud for some^time white men have in en settling on^it, T..e Ind.jns ol jecteti to ibis, but^the aetth-rs paid no attention to ih~ni.^Finally the Indians drove the settlers off^III* laud. The white men uu chore- s.stanceand no Id a.ta spilled. T he matterwas reported lo tieueral t .trim at^Fori Sherman. General t arlin aaya he^has no jurisdiction in the matter as the^Indians are not on a I Inte l Mates reser^^vation, lie lias reterreil the subject to^dcpurtinent ueadquarlera at Vancouver. THii U^Sfcrtr LAKfc. Nuaretlof the Watttr g*gSJI y I.oil to the^I ttloratltt lliver SanFbancim ii, July 15.^The i'xaiiiinsr^has a iiiigihy ct iiiniiiiiicaiiou In iu lis^correspondent al Saltoti, who made a^trip by bout over the Hooded distr.cl. S x^miles iroui llaiib.u's ihu party let the^Colorado river and turned uortliweat into^a wide aloiiiih. After proceeding Ho miles,^they rati into a laguiia of the i oioraUo^river, and tins waa the Ural place where^ihey saw water leaving the river on its^way to the desert, ll scciu-'il lo lie break^^ing out in many pliicca and the correspon^^dent t xprcsacs Hie opinion ihu river will^pri habiy eventually change Us channel^und throw its great voluuio of water into^tin. desert, t'urthiir down snoth r stream^came tu Irom the lake ami a lew miles^flintier still another. There ia a great^volume which must apparently com* ia^Irom tho various lakes along the route,^and the corn spoil lent believes the chan^^nel is permanently cut and the desert^will always cualaiu water except in th*^lowei sia. o of the Colorado river. Yl'ma,Arix., July la.^A well-known^cattle man who arrived ih s morning re-^pons a large body of water running^through into the desert, lie says should^the channel be cut a little deeper the^water from the Gulf of California will^Und entry into the desert. Ue reports^lour other breaks from Hie Colorado river,^bui says all could be rep ured or shut off-^by the use of piling aud levees. NsJTFUND UK MaTHOOISTS. Msslria Caibolles liaise Nheol at ilie^l.a)taf of a t hiireii I'oraer-Btua* SamAmii.mii, Texts, July 15.^A letter^from Durango, Mt xicu, saya that on Sun^^day, July I) while Methodists were laying^a conn r atone of a new church, a not^occurred between the citisens of that^faiiu und Catholics. K v. Mr. Giltuore,^who officiated, said: ^My friends, for^the aake of that gentle Christian in wbom^we all believe, let us proceed iu^|tcacc.f' Scurcely hud he finished when^he was knocked senseless by a stone^which struck bun on the head. Police^^men dispersed the crowd before lurtber^injury was done. The letter luriherssys^American residents of liuruiigo have^called upon their government for protec^^tion, und that ihe more ignorant umong^tbo t aiholic residents declare services^hall never he In hi in the now etiurcu. aMiir letet .Hu BSBB*,^Chatt s.Ni ih! t, Teun., July 15 ^Judge^Warder, Bauer itiuicimeiit for iuurd*^r of^his soil-in-.aw BaBJSVBf Simpson Fayrt, ,^commute-1 su.c B* last night al his resi^^dence on Lookout mountain by blowing^out his brains. STAUbLU rHIHTY iiMLS. A tlurrlb ^ trsgetiy lt.-poritsl to Have^Otcurretl In Peru. Panama,July 15.^a horrible murder is^rcporw-d Irom Peru. A woman named^V.garni baa been living with one Cuslcl-^lanoe, but h it him because ot brutal treat-^mi'til. He iM sougtil the parish pr.est to^uitercetle and promist.d to marry her at^once if she would re turn. The priest^summoned both tH-foru BSSB and argued^with the woman, but she was obdurate.^T his enrageil Caslellauos, who deaplt*^Ibe protestations of the priest, sprang al^the unfortunate woman and stabbed her^JU limes With a dagger. To add lo the^h rror of the affair the woman was en^tieute. WinKssBBSSj His K-sirlriloa,^Pakis, Ju y 15 ^ It is be ieired tho gov-^eminent hut decide 1 t't accede to tho re-^tpueat of Keitl, the United Slates minister,^to ieno ve the embargo upon American^pork, as it is known the government baa^agreed lo bring forward a bill modifying^ibe general customs tur.lf of May, le^sl,^anil Hung tho duty at 2d fiaucs per lot)^kilos ou all salted pork, hum and bacon^imported frt m the I'uited States. IrttubivAu. Icipaled. Naishvilij:,Tenn., July 15^Th* at^^tempt lo operate coal mines at lirarwville,^in Andersen county, with convict labor,^has It d to serious trouble. Free miners^yesterday drove out the convicts and^guards, ami the sheriff has been ordered^by tne governor to uiforce the law against^the mob. If troops are needed, the gov^^ernor himself will accompany them. 11Mini aa Fxpress t-.tr.^Texakk vNa, Ark..July 15 ^ T he express^car of the Pacific llxpreas company,^winch left here on the Texas Jl Pacific^passenger train tins evening was tioarded^as it was leaving the local yards aud^rt blied. Messenger Kvau being held up at^the point of a revolver. Particulars or*^unobtainable to-night. lltMills'slmi.ll He ti Ii. PakHai.uhu, Me., July 15.^Secretary^Maim- took his usual ouittig to-day, ap^^p taring to etij iy the strong brecse wtuch^was blow ing. He appeared to tie Weil and^chatted pleasuntly with his daughter,sirs.^Duiuroac.i. w ho acc.aiipanied hina. tecs eaut's Itwts \t its.^Totto.Mti. tl.it., July 15.^The inters^naiituial cricket match was concluded to^^il iy a victory for the I'nued Stales. Tbs)^grand totals were 19U to 150.