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ANACONDA,MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST I. lS3l PRICEFIVE CENTS. OURTREATY WITH SPAIN Proclamationby the President Announc^^ing the Tex'. TERMS OF THE DOCUMENT Arrangement for Partial and In^Some Caaes Complete Reci^^procity In Accordance With^Secretary blame's ideas AGOOD R.PUB CAN HANO^U VMMMiJ u ^^ 31.^The Spanish^reciprocity treaty und diplomatic cor-^resiondciice pertuiiiinir thereto was made^public lo-^l.y by the president isMiing a^proclamation uimounciiitf the luil text of^the treaty. It was luailu pursuant^to the lu.t tariir act with a view to^^i-curnig rcciproru! trade by reason of the^exemption from duty on sugar, innlu*i.u*^^and M U^ e upon their iniportatinti into^the United Slates. Underthe terms of the treaty the fol^^lowing urticles manufactured in the^United States und included in what i^^termed a transily scheilule, will Im ad^^mitted into Cuba and 1'orla H.co free^alter Si pi. 1 nut: Mi .it.-, -.ill and^canned, jerked beef excepted; lard, tal^^low, fresh, dried und smoked Ush.canned^oysters and salmon, ouih, barley, rye,^buckwheat and flowers of these grain*,^starch, main; und other alimentary and^products excepting corn meal, cotton^seed oil and meal cake, of suid^for^-cattle, hay, straw and bran, fresh^dried and preserved I nut* except 1^Vegetables, resin, turpentine, wood of all^kinds, wagons, sewing machim-h, raw^petroleum, coal and ice. Tho follow.nL'^the duties staled: Corn, 23 cents per 10tJ^art.cleswill be utlmitletl on the payment ot^kilograms; corn meal, 2-^ cents; wheat^lrom Jan. 1, lS'JJ, ill cent,; win at II ^ur^from the same lime, f 1 lliitierand cheese,^refined petroleum and boots and ihoes^will be admitted ut a reduction of 2a per^cent. Fromand after Julv 1, 1692, 111 definite^arrangements the following urttcleswill lie^it united free: Marine, jasper, ulabunter^and other sioipts, including cement; min^^eral waters, ice, coal, pitch, tur, resin,^turpentine, asphalt, raw petroleum,^bricks attd tiles, gol I and silver com, pig^iron, iron pipe-, beams, rafter*, wrought^iron, steel wire, nails, screws, nuts^and pipes, raw cotton, cottoti seed^nil and meal cake, tallow nnd^other animal greanoi, book-* and pam^^phlets, woods of all kind*, manures, agri^^cultural implement* and machinery, ma^^terials and articles for public works,^such as railroads, tramways and roads,^salted anil canned meats, j- rked beef ex^^cepted, butter, lard, cheese of all kinds,^and caiintd i-ysters utnl salmon, oats.har-^ley, rye, buckwheat and II ur of these^grains, starch nisliens and other^ul mi litary products of corn, except^eoriinieal* fruits except rai.iux, vege^^table.., bay, straw, bran, tree*, plants,^shrulii and cardcti seeds, tan bark. The^following will bo udmittid 011 payment^of the duties-taied: t orn or tuuiiu 25^cents pi r Lutein d kilograms, crnim ai^25 cents, wheat 3U cents, wheat fluur $1,^carriage*, curs untl other vehicles lor^railroads, etc , where utithoriiutiou for^free admission has not been obtained one^per cent, ud valon m. The follow^^ing will be udiititled at reduction^of 50 per cent.: Marble, j.i*| cr, alabaster^ot all kinds, glass and crystalware, plate^and window glass und the same silvered,^quick-ilvered. etc. t'lay ill tiles, coveted^tiles,toof tilt-s,gl.iieed tiles and pipes,stone-^ware,fine earthenware and porcelain iron^attd steel axles, tires, springs and wheels^for carriages, rivets and wushcrs, iron^wrought and steel in flue nianufui tun s,^or those polished with coatings of porce-^luin or part ol other metal, needles, pins,^knives, razor-, scissors, tin plato in sheets^or manufactured, all other c^ niuioii met^^al* and alloys of same, furniture^of all kinds of wood or^metal, bruslies, vegetables, hair,^broom corn, willow straw and other simi^^lar articles, pastes lor soup, rice, (lour,^bread and crackers, and alimentary^farinas not comprised in other schedules,^sausages, stuffed meats, mustard suuees,^pickles, jam and jellies, rubber, gutta^percba and manutactures thereof, rico^hulh d or tinliiillcil. Thefollowing will be admitted at a re^^duction of 25 per cent: Petroleum, re^^fined and bet.zme, luauufsK'tiired cotton,^^pun or twisted, and cottoti goods of ull^kinds, woven or knit anil the same mixed^with other vegetable or animal llh.es in^which cotton is ttpial or greater com^^ponent part, and clothing ex^ !ti-:vely of^cotton, rope cordage und twine of all^kinds, shoe blacking anu varnishes, soap,^perfumery, medicine atid drugs, stearine^tallow inantifuctiiri d into caudles, paper^for printing, for decorating rooms, of^wood or straw, or wrapping und packing^bags of same, sand paper and paste^board, leather and skins dressed, bur^^nished or j ipaned, of all kinds, im-luiling^sole leutlur or helling, boots and^shoes, trunks, valises and other^similar articles, in whole or part,^of leather harness and saddlery,^watches und clocks; cartiages. It 1* tin.^dirstood that flour, winch on its 1 xpona-^tlell from me United Mules, has been fa^^vored with u drawback, shall not share^in the fores; ' lief reduction of duty. Theprovisional arrangement, as set^forth in tho transitory sciiedule, shall^come to an end Ju.jr. 1^92, and be substi^^tuted by the delitnte urtutigement out-^lined above* The correspondence pre^^ceding the promulgation ol the tresty was^licguu by Secretary titanic, who, Jan. 3.^last, trau-mittid a copy of the tarill law^to Setior iauaues, the Spanish minister,^riqnc-tiiiir that the attention of his gov^^ernment lie culled to 11, ^nh n view to^the in jiistuieiil of c-iiiiiiu tci.il relations^b tweell tne two Cixiairu- - '1 a pi ruia*^Pent basis of ret-rpnciiy profitable ulike to both. Ill the | ii'-e ,.f lirther correspondencethe Spanish g Ven lU'-nt^submit* to a c oiisiiierati hi of tip.^United Stales government the .. neii*^Injuries occasioned to tti ^ tohaeeo^production ol Cnoa an 1 1'orto Rico,^In co|isetpii-li^- ^ oi the inere.i**- of tin*^tici, Ms**, lary liluuie mill rccoiutiiend t ^^congress a reluct on of tuc duiv on the^toliaccn of said island*. The corro-[ionii.^ence closed with a letter bum .-ectetary^basinu under date of June 16. Heshot s Unrtti, lieiaucr.t Who was^Htldin, Fsaslly Praysrs. HofSTO. Texas, July SI.^William^Caldwell, colored, was hanged here to-day^in the county j i.l. His neck was broken^and he wu* pronounced dead at tho ex^piration of eight minutes. The crime tor^which Caldwell was executed was the kill-^nit' of Dr. t . VI. Sin nub. en on the null^of July 31, 1838. This was the first mur^^der of wl.al became a notable vendetta^U-lween what are here Known as the '^Jay^^bird^ and the ^Wcodiieckcr^ factions in^Ford 11 ^tid ci ttnty. The warfare cxisti d^twoye.tr* between the factions 1 xierinius-^ting whole families ami scores of til' n^were muidi'red during the regn. Cald^^well was the only person who met a judi^^cial death on account of it. Dr. Shant-^h.en was a prominent ^jaybird^ ordeino-^crat and leader of the opposition among^those who were controlling 1I10 political^destiny of Fort lletilou county at that^time, and ( aid .'ell was a ^woodpecker''^or republican. On the night of the ass^^assination Dr. Shumbleu was holding^famdy prayer near ltichmond. Fort llend^county, .suddenly a load os buckshot was^tired through tha window into l)r Sham-^bleu, lie tell to tin- 11 sir with a groan^und ^ xptred, still holding closely the bible^from which he had been reading, (.'aid-^well had been reining a farm from tho^murdered man and there has been iron be^between them. The evidence on which^be is convicted was puiely circumstantial. TWOCAHfj I .e-PfcO OVER ThryWer. lull til t'.upl. and Ftvs Were Hurl.One t-MiwIly.^I'f.I.LAIUK. Ohio, July 31.^Another hor^^ror has been udded to the late list of rs.il-^roud accidents. This morning the pas^^senger train on the ltellaire, /. iiie-ville A^Cincinnati narrow *Ms*J railroad left the^track three miles seiilh of Uellaire, two^cars being overturned and drugged some^tltstauce. Seventy passengers were on^the train and the two cars turned over^were crowded. Assistance wus soon at^hand 1 rum other passengers und train^^men, and when all were Dually tukeu out^of tho wrecked cars, it was found thut^14 people had been injured, four^seriously and one fatally. The^train was rutin g 8.1 miles per^huur, and as it reached the curve the curs^were noticed to sway violently, and, un^^heeding the cries for the passengers to^keep their seats, a rush was made tor tho^doors. Many frightened passengers had^reached the plutform when the cars^jumped the rails, and when they turn, d^over lit another tin-incut they were hut-led^Into the ditch. I be seriously injured ur :^John Morris, baggagi master, will die;^Charles Mci.lroy, John Irwin, G. V. \Vil-^cox. In addition to these many were^badly biuised but able t^ tuke care of^themselves, and this afternoon they went^to then- destinations. WENT KOH 1 Hfe MINISTER. AYoung Woman l'.e^ a Kawblde and UstsId .1*11.^0HM| N. J., July 31.^Adelaide^Brown, 11 domestic, entered the study of^Rev*, W'ilnuni 1*. Jason, past- r of St.^Johns M. church, yesterday morning,^drew u cowhide and commenced striking^him sting tig blows. He sc z.-d the whip,^put her 4 tit of the study and stibsetpieiitly^slio was jailed on a warrant sworn out by^tbe minister. The young woman is^thought to lie out of her head and is said^to tie ill love with the minister and angry^because fjgf uflection was not recip-^rocuicd. HOW MAO I HlY'LL BE Ntaety-iiixAnplicauis for JMvnrre la Booth^lltkuta May list I.i ll^Stoi X Falls, S. U., July 31.^It is c x-^tremely 1 robuhlo that the 90 applicants^lor divorce now hero from other stales^will be disappointed in the realisation of^ttieir desires. Judge Aiken, who holds^the sword that severs unloving hearts,^lias concluded to interpret the law ac^^cording to its spirit instead of its letter,^and lit r.-after applicants will have to fur*^tush something stronger that affidavits. Anoilisrt...nil Man, K.c.^I.01 I8VII.LF.. Ky., July 31^Syl^^vester 1.. Vuun.-, cashier of the^southern div ston of the Chesapeake A^Ohio railway, is missing, and is alleged to^be a defaulter. Voting was to-day en^^caged preparing for his 111 ntbly trip over^tbe road. Shortly ufter 3 o'clock he dis^^appeared. At 4 o'clock the railway of^^ficials notified the police hcaihpiarters.^Young absconded with u sum estimated^ut 6J.0-ju. The police up to a late hour^huve been unable to truce, him. Young^bus heeu regarded as a man exemplary^in Ins habit*, and has been prominent in^Sunday school und chinch ulTuirs. 11 Mole H.-r tVnp MMBM,Va., July 31 ^In the Ilaker-^l.i.iiicr trial to-^luy it wus entirely con^sullied by cross-i xaiu uiiig Mrs. O liner.^Her evidence corroborated ull the slate^incuts mude in her confession, she tit^tuiled the circumstances of the death of^l^r. Maker's wile, the plot to poison her^Husband by the udiiiiinstrutioti of prtiss.c^acid, tier intimacy w ith Ur. Uaker and^her subsi quetit arrest. Several times dur^^ing the examination the witness bur^I into tears. Nebc sticks^CAM M Mf.N. J.. J11 y 31^The reported^r* s gnut.oti Irom ibe cabinet ^^f Nt cretary^Noble is etiiphaticu'ly dl med tin- morn*^11 g by ih^^ president. I) 1 retary H tlford^on lM-half of tin-pri sinent said: ^Not^one word of irnih in it. S cr^ lary Noo.e^1 us not rcsigued, and, 11* far us the presi-^derit knows, ha* 110 intention of iiuitig^so. lit1. its'- 4 ..111 iiiiile-' el thirty.^^ l. ^ KM !^^ il ^^ Msudara. IllLt.na, July 31.^Helena'- 1 xn utile^coi.iiuittec of 3d held a m-epng to-nigtit^t^ arrange for Hie taking cire of 1 lie^National l'alucaiional a-- cia .on next year. '1 he 1 x^ cutty togamil'f the assoc.aliouwill bo here at^ Ml August 15^t ^ ^ x imiti^ nti'l dettrtui'ie ^ heller the^city can ace iiimo,l.,t,. t^... t.- i, h re. THE TALK OK LONDON. Ctinimsnt en the Ai.iuN of Hilton and^O'llrten^Intsi-sstmg UvMslfS Copyright,Is-.T, by the Nt-w York Associated^Ires-. Lo.MioN,July ^ ^Dillon and O'Brien's^repudiation of i'artiell, though a forgone^conclusion, has profoundly depressed the^rartiediies. 1 '.trli.-11 hope.I until the last^moment to again entangle them in ma^^neuvers for reunion, l b-ir prompt and^decisive declarations as soon as outside^the prison doors and their relu.al to listen^to any advances from the l'aruelliles fell^like a tl^ atli blow up ^u the fac^^tion. To-day Tartu II telegraphed 10^his cciinnilleo that defections on every^side would not make I11111 alter his course^a hair's I in adth. He prupo-e* Sunday to^speak at '1 imrles, the strongest ecclesias^^tical center in Ireland, probably anew to^hurl defiance al the bishops und prophesy^h.s Inline triumph-. To fill up the gaps^leit 111 the committee ly the deserters,^another syndicate is forming, aspiring to^found a dully pa pi r for l'arurll. One^Dublin tvilitng organ save that their^cause i^ nigh extinct ami it will be use^^less to continue the struggle. It is thought^l'arnell will soon appeal for the nlpporl^of revolutionary partisans at homo and^abroad. Thegovernment training college bill^which practically propo-e* to endow two^large Catholic colleges in Dublin and tine^vt ry minor I'rotestanl college has causetl^u revolt m the const rvalue runks. Ual-^four, however, sklllully resorted to a plan^to provide capital lor the colleges from^the funds ut the disposal of the Irish edu^^cation board. The bill, thcreiore, call be^postponed. WilliamO'llricu was finally adjudge I^a bankrupt to-day ut the instance ol Lord^Salisbury. He will come to l^indon on^Monday to try to arrange a conference^with l'arnell and McCarthy in regard to^the Tans fund. McCarthy, at the in^^stance ol Tani'-ll, already agrees to with^^draw all ol X'5,'NIU to meet tbu legal t-x-^licuditures incurred when the purty was^united. WhateverO'liricn's plan may Ixi, tbere^is small In pe that Tan.ell w ill ussent to^release the fund unless he shull be per^^muted to control its disposition. He has^made an extraordinary claim agulust^Captain O'Shca for JM.GUu advanced to^him betweeu Septtmtier, 1**'^, anil No^^vember, l*9.i, partly during tho |M-rind of^the divorce proceedings. Captain O'Sheu^denies the tit lit. Cur,out disclosures are^expected oil Paruell's attempt to provo^the claim, Oilicialsof the board of tiade are^wutchiug ills meihod* of inquiry of the^United Stales imm.gratioii commission-^ers. it is b. i.- ved that the inquiry will^result 111 ihe u|'pomtmelit ol American^inspectors at all the leading i.uglish^point* and aiso some systtni of consular suspensions. TheWcslcyan conference alluding to^the D.Ike case, adopted s resolution protestingugainst the introduction into^puhl.c life 01 men convicted ol flagrant^immorality. Tiletheosophicul constitution, as re^^vised, amalgamates Allure in, Lnglish^und Luro|M*ali sections. Lady t aittniess,^111 virture of lo r millions untl her en^^thusiasm, slice.-tils Maduiuo ILavatsky^a* h.gh priestess. Ahigh ofllc.ul of the b^nrd says the^Lt g..sti goverumc-ut 1 Ulcers will be in*^struct! d to cooperate with Americans to^st cure reforms for the regulation of title^emigration. Aiile-ugh pitPlicly protesting^there is 110 necessity for spceiul provision^ugaiusi the influx of disunite ulieus. 'Ihe^government is using Ihe utmost tigor ot^the existing law* 10 stop the settlement af^foreign paupers. Oilh iuI uiijury ha* n -^iu|ted ill MM tl sciosure of syMieinui.c^fiaudson the pari of Jewi-h t migrants^r in llu-sia passports, mumituciureil^here, have been sent to Ktis.-ta to t-uuine^the Jews to cvude the payment of AM^levied oil eucu permil to i-uiigrale. IWO 'rtlUril III llt-hll iy Sea SanFltAM Isco, July 31^ The steamer^St. t'aul, Irom Oiiualasku, reports in^^tense excitement over the settling edit t.^I'p to July 2^ two seistires of sealing^schooners hud becu muib ^iliu Drittsh^schtKiin r K D. M.iivin und American l.a^N Ufa. lit fore the news of Ibe close ol^the season reached the North American^Commercial company they had taken 75,-^0.0 sealskins. Wasiiim.tow,July 31.^Secretary Trniy^to- i.ty rt ce.veti the lolluwiug teh gram^from Commander Cotton ol ihe Thetis^from Ouuiasku, dated July 12, via Sail^Francisco; ^T he Thetis arrived at Sand^I'olnl July 2U untl reached here July^went to Tt iby.t II ..nil reiuriitd July Vi.^VVuruid tight vessels. Nyiulh urritt 1^on the Tin lust*, Moti.cuti on the t^.h^and the Alert on the 9th. Moiiicuu uinl^Nytiipti go to I'libyloll to-duy, lllttis n^^morrow und Alert 1 uesduy for two weeks'^cruise. Warned lour vessels and seised^Urttish schootit r 1. E. Marvin. Marvin^will lie sent to V.t onu by the llritish com^^mander. ST.IGNATIUS' MISSION HolyCommunion Administered to Six^bundled Indians. ACLASS OF 5O CONFIRMED Pleasnar Exercises by th^ Chil^^dren-Many Prlo^t^ rnd O'.hftr^Visitor* Present -i vents of^the Day at Missou a. UbATH OF bHOWtLL. M.r. '...U'-y iu Hi*- |i. -u v \ywh;n^ ~on, Ju y 81.^It !^ ^IImM^tin r.* i..t^ bt wi au HMfsjAss ^ f I4*A09^1M^^in the trt*.^Mirjr in va*U av.ri .*^''' I^^^-^sjsjsjl *,t puli.ic (ieuu slsjsjs Jll f ^ Ulster^tt.t- olU t-Tiii of the iJeln -i., 'i.''it ih ^^w u.d be biaU-U aa a r^.du^-l.uij of the^Ucuu M|s Hi^ ^^^^Wi-ii li .i.i.r^\V.\shim,toN, July H. ^ S. rn-tary Trn^ y^U:\rn Ituully **^*^*i l*d o a^.tr^l the co:i-^1 rat-t 1 for i. : . : ^ r. - Mssl r 1 ^ to t psjsnp^^ Imil I'i.iiatit- piiia, aithuugh bulk^Ihe iron wurk^ of Manic ^^ n* the* 1^^*^^^^*'.^of the *^ith!i r-. In eiplunutM'ii ot In. ac*^lion ihe Mtt-retaiy fitym tin* Haiti rompal ^^cannot I m.-i the eiiffines, but i n.p. ut- to^oiitHiet that part s4 tin* work.Hiid it won '1 t*elliC'ollVelil* lit lo t.rtVe tie I..... 4V'.| SS Ifjltie*tin It ut ^1 fft rent pl.tceb; furtiu r^itiat ttie i tiii company aOmr. they rou i^not c^ mpli te lbs Vianet within MMfM^tune, unit litially, that it w^ uM Im- |SS^great a n*k to k.' V.' the bu'ldinu of one ol^the sjpsjsj imp ^i 'ant slMM in tln^ navy If I^new und iu^ xp r ^ tie* 1 Hrm 1III' I I .1 in ^ I' i II *^^ IM 11 I i r-Mt V, Lonuon,July 31.^ i he 7 mr^'M V-^IWsIHMsJ cor: * -pout^ nt ^u^ h tie h urn-^from tilth niii.-orny ttiat tsllsWMsf;va*^noua **i ^ ur |iul^ rs^ U'twicti |iar ^ti^Mohreiiheir, lie KunBian nimiMtr at^Par.a an-l the Ft- im h k'('V* ri nieiit gSJlksV1^it]^^-*, Ailnnrul Ci rvum brou/lit with 1. in^Ml Ifu^sia a drutt ot ti.e MMMsSM of tin*^treaty .ii.i.it ( ^ i ^ ^ u ^ . ii Ffiin-1- a' 1 K^^ ia for c ^nsideiation und eiabotatioti.^I ti' eorrt BjsMssV ut u^hU: When tie- u^ -^i/ot utiona ure c iiciii le I the ti^ cuiiient^wilt 1m* oignetl ly tbe Ru^M.tn in ni^ter^and leit hi i iiibr^ ^ utitil it bee^ in^^ op^^portune for tbe iiar to sign the trt-u'r. Kjerlaltoitie KtanuartL M.Ion atit h fciiKHiox ria R ivr.Hi,^^Jn y 31 ^ t il-' eelet^iat.ou of St. l^ruattti^t^liay at ihe inih^i^on to-.'.iy wua a complete^MMMSjSji i lie weatli'-r wui perfect. At^uti early hour the liuliatM hejssj| u^ oh-^^**mt^le anil ut li:Jt* o'chn-k iiia^a wan e- le-^brateil and ttie imiy eommu iieii w.it uil*^niiiuan red to MO liul ann At PaTJ cam^*^the relebratiou of pmt lli at maaa and^tbe ^acrallieiit of coliilrm.ktioii. I lie^e* Mirant was the It . Ilv V. J.^U. l^roiidel, bi^*hop . Helena; _#^^ti^.taut prient, K v. Ktthir ( otald^^;^h^norary ^li ac ^iih, H ^v. V.i\U*r*^1'rarnbi un I Puilipt; deseou, 11 r. Fstln-r^Allae^')^; ktilxleueoii, Key. Father Nt-ate;^niakler of cereiiiouu k, Mr. alai khaiit, S.^J., M'hoiuittic. llurintf thi^ tiiiis. itifhop^Uroinlel conferred minor orders upon A.^kock, IS. J , tcbolastic. Following tie*^eelebration of the n^a-s Hi^lu^p llroiidel^delivered an eloipe nt and Impressive aer-^im* i upon tne tutjTt of r^^nllrmaiiou,^winch waa lraiiblan d into ti e liul an lun-^ssjSjSSj by lb v. Fatbi r t otuhlo, after^wtneh lie confirmed a rluaa of al..^m 5^^^im ml er^, mostly mission chilitn n. but^uietudiug a few adult* and u fea Indian^eh till en in native coy costume^and with long hair. The ser^^vice wus very impressive and was largely^ait* licit d, the church bi-ing packi'd. Major^Koiian, agent ot the Fiatlicails, acted us^f^otlfatlter ut the confirmation, und Mi ^^Maiy lo nan, bis daughter, us godmother.^1 tie nigh ultur wus b uutifully d^ coratetl^^ llll uatuiul Uowt ra. 'J'he presence of ko^|sjSSjg a number of Indians und the nun c^by ttie Indian choir made thu scene one^not soon to ht forgotten. Afterthe cert monies at the church the^d i.tier wus in order, und the vinit^^rs^fcpeut purl of the time, till |afls\ m looking^over the grounda and I uitdiugH under the^guidaucs of the hospitable lathers uud^sisters. About2:30 o'clock the uftt i n* on enter-^taininciii ct iiimetietMl. '1 be court on the^north Mile ot the ina Ii Ih^^** H boot hud^been eovt r* d wuh M awning of rid^clotti, atid Ihe luoud porches bad Im eti^decorated Willi I'nitc*! Malm flags and^evi rgreens. 1 he children w^ re in their^plans and several hundred Visitors,^Ui^ slly liuiiui.a und butUbn etlst In led^lbs fcurrounding ^puce. The prokrammv^was at^ futiow d : IjitSW\. Ma't TneI'..simp's BssmbssIhit lie Ulrta Btsjsj * ^lia^ily,^Annie l :n I n, Matt fcssinilisi Taw rissjss of the lagin Itri- sssstMI tl IssMWH Halo,in ^ | be t sates! ot u.s Nat ^^us/ .. ,Uslis^( horn- ^iliim el lice*,'.. KiSjttstgafSflSj MssMtssjsji^Hitter Nu^ar, ^.... Ma^ti'- Still ssd HieIVo^ ASjMSJsl,*1* I Moll mean hoax * 1 til I, a\es ot nlialu tx'k.^. M lit me Malaga*^I'ih lail.e l'liiioi^o|.ia*i. ' l.oil .^arah. ('hsllilii^'^ Mn ion hi small r.o^M Inkami t.ivkUtile t.au tioottitjeImi)S Alltin- children utquittid lueiuaelves^most creditably und w^ re generously a|^-^pluudi d. Oncol Ibe in -si phusing t. ,t^lures wan tin- ixeeliiiii muaic rendered^by the Indian baud. I^ nto u huge mini*^her ol v.-Hon* were \ reoeni, among win in^wi rc K- v. Palbers Schwc rerol Lhie.go.^Van do Veil of tiutb , AUaeys of Frcucb-^lown, Matioiiy of M Paul, lluwlet of^UciiV'r, Neale of MsMsoiiia.l'raii to of the^Crow Aireney Mission, uud CatalUo,^Superior of the Kocky Mountain Mission,^Mias K *ei runs of \\ ushmgioii, li. I .,^slater uidaw of Gov. '1 ooie, Mrn. J. \V.^Sandi r- ^ f Helena, Miss Madge Iloihwell^ol New York, sister of Mra. Saudera, Mrs.^liuckley and Mi-s Venn llcdibijed ol Mis^^soula, Mi** Ih.ith * ot 1*..rt M nl.i, Mrs.^Ueiuersund Mihs Adaevs of Freuchlowii,^Mistsut* Mary and Kan: K ^nau of the Fiut-^head Agency, Maj r lo-naii, P. M. Me-^Hule, traveling corres|Kj|ideut of the Cathl^c Bssrts*s| of l' .rtland, Ore., and^IJr. ilinmaiitei, K. S. Hathaway and Mr.^hi tiu^ter i^t Misi-oula. FiveI row chiefs, who W re w it It Fattier^Pralido attracted cou*iderul^le uilentioii.^Ttie duy BJSjg tic st inj- ^ubly puaaetl by^all who wen- present, and the visitors^had a good opportunity of seeing how^gi'-al an iiiMiium ii St. Ignut.iM' sajssisjsj^is and what excellent wor* is being done^hi re. Htshopllrondel ami Fattier Allaeys^leave uwnorrow for Ueiuersvdls ami^I olumbiu Falls to look after Itie erection^of a church at each place. '1 here is talk^of budding u large ho-pilnl in ttie Flat-^hi ad cm itry. Mr.^chuster, the contractor who has^charge ot tie- election ot the chureli here,^came out from Misfouia l^-day. The^inali-rial i^ ^ Ipieted to ai^ofi be on ttie^ground, wlien tbe work will t^u piiihed a-^raj idly as poMsdde. fOm i Hi i XCUHjIun. Miftsoultrrrparifa SB I urn me si d Vi^lt tliftnruruMlenn,^s^Hsal 1^^ the Muudbiii. MtshutJuly -d. ^A meeting of bu-i-^ne-s luen *a^ In al at the c^ uri bou*e to-^night to arraiieu b^r lb C^ SSJf d .\hajsj^cxi ursion. A general sentiment * a* cx-^MbmjsjssJ m (avor of u MssssSjsB#SjgSJfS^S)SJ^in a tdii.tjti to the Montana BSjssjssisSj |sj^la- run by the Nortln rfi Psjfl Ssk Av^m*^lidttee cons sting id i ran* ii. lli^tfinn,^Wi M. Un |,( til uml G iti .'^loser, fsj ap- pi-iutedlo gel rati* t f oin the runioad fora tram to carry p^ op*e there an i re^^turn, to cod. et money to pay tor it, to ar^^range for etiiertu.t un nt ami lo ssa to all^other deta U. It.'- SjoMSBjItsSS h.i^ power^to appoint whah rer suh-commilteis may^be found to ^ aa iry. Iii i in . i ti i A up^ Ml^London Ju y 'l ^It ih annouueed that^P.irni il intemls to enter an B| : Ml^against tin* decuioti of tbe Iwnkruptcy^court that, his plea ot n ^n*resideiie^* as^the ground for not payunr eo^ - :i the^U'bheu d.vorce suit was uuteuubu*. Iwo Mm Hurt It. Msj tailing of aa Iron^Inn in ^%iiaanuia Mruilon. hprrmlto the Mandrvril. Xi.kmu l\, July M sfBMM Stiowcll, tbe^man who idiot himsed la^t TiiesMay, died^to-day at noon. Ilia mother arr^v^ d front^iirautsdale at at oni U :;H. It is not yet^known when the fuuural will take pi set. kS ba r, tho gi uial i ro)^rietor i f tin- j^Hon Ton truit and e.gar store, w ill sptMid^a week *^r ten daya fishing at Loii |sM^Mot Rpf iig*. (in his return he will go |sj^the ('. cur d'Alelie country, where he in^^temls to keep a wholesale ami retail^lapcr s'.ore. Ameeting sil! !^^^ held this evening nt^the court haute to m tkn arrangements^for ttie 1'oeur d'Alelie excuraioii. Theaeverul comi^anie^ who uttartied^the flxturea of the L. ttie l^ciHtn saloon^a few ajsjssj ago, wen their ca-es to-day^la-fore Judge Login. 1 In* day the attach^^ment was severed, Mtddooii, the pr^ pric-^tor, gave I.. J. U.erih ii, liH bartender, a^bill ol t^itc for tbe future*. Ni i her one^stemeU anxn u- to settle the b.lN which^had been contracted. Twomen were hurt thi* morning by the^falling of ati iron beam-Nick llreunaii^ami llarry Sinad. *1 ho former had Mi^h g badly hi uisi d. ML MUel ACCOUNT. JudgeHunt llamu HaSBSj a llieiilon in^au Ud t mm, RbjbsJsJlo ihe htatalaril. IhUMA,July 31.^Judge Hunt, In the^district court, to day rend, n d an opinion^in a singular case. Anna Miller uud -Mtlly^llutck, a Frenchman of leiaure, lived to^^gether for about nine years in New York^ami Helena. He wan supp* rled by the^woman and made aeverat trips to France^at her eipen^e. Initiey wi re here andthe woman had urenmtnated about^fla.OtO wortli of it al i Male in thin county.^W ben her cuse was heard in court she^claimetl that the man had promised to^marry her but bad never done so. Shortly^alter pulling la-r in nicy into the^real chiate, tfny^ k iM'gaii to ahu-e her^ami maltreated her in various way*. He^made ^everal all* mpts to get bold of the^properly and one day while she wut un^^der the Influence of liquor got tier t^^ con^^vey the properly to b in for J3.i un.^Anna says she ia not familiar with ti.e^Bl gush laugu.ige and did not know what^she waa signing. The jinL'f ordered the^di ed set aside urn! that ttuycfc sle ul'l ac^^count to ttie woman for all the rents and^profits growing oul of tbe property. He^also ap|^ointed a receiver lo take cliarge^of the properly. Tarts of the opinion,^where it review* the relations of ihe par-^tier*, have ull the ruciuess of a French^novel. WAITINGFOR THE TRAIN Wbittbe Snor: of lbs Lccomatln In^tbe Coeur d'Aleses leans. MraIsraeli Agaiu U^^r^ ^^^!.^( HK AdO, Ju y M Mm h ttie II. k.^Gn-eg, a weuithy New Ycrii woman, wus^again defeated to-day in a phaitw of MsW^traded litigation whtrh sic brought to^act uhidv tin* tab* of section -1. township^of Cicero, Cook county, to the I,runt L^ ^^coniotive wtnaa of New Jersey, for^something over MbVHb\ Uheii^under tie* t^ run-r dee noon ahe faded to^have tin* same set a-ide, ihe pre went suit waabegun on behalf of her children und^aetlmg forth that as tin y were not parties^to the f inner ami itiey had not bad their^day in court. Judge) Til ley ot tic circuit^court, in tin* decision rend* red to-day,^h'dda that the children were not prop*: rly^part.es to the bint; that they could only^establish their claim afler their mother's^tba'di; that they might die Isrforo her, so^Iheir cIuiiim might m psjf mature. The^bill was accordingly disimsst-tl. nIIMSUBJ lii Kaasia'ft fuller bcMioN,July 31- Ihe Dunlai -Daliu 1^news ugency has several times given^euriency to a report that the stale de^^partment of tin- United States has been^informed that lie ex ,r of Ku-s u, ut the^llialaiiee of the l ulled Slab's, has ordered^ttie temporary relaxation of laws for the^expulsion of the Jews. These statements^have la en each lime pronounced untrue.^1 bey are re|M'ated uguin to-day. 1 o day^the St, Petersburg com a|a^mleul of the^JitnrM ^uy^ these stories are circulated in^the interval of certain oUPmuU. Tin* cor-^respondent suys nothing of tbe kind has^occurred. Private advn es say ttuy ure^worse ttiaii i ver. Wasiiim.ion, July 31.^Acting Secre^^tary Wnarton asserts po.invely that the^department of ^iate in wittiont any in-^foriuatioii respi ding ttie alleged au^pem^siuii of the BussiM , diet agaiusi Jews. AtiibltluuftWall a rest laara, NKWVOICK. July .'il Ihe fnst MyM; Thereare i ceuaiotis when the rank and^tile of stocks exchange operators i xhth.t^us much senae aa a err.up of tiysler.cal^chddrtli, ami yi sterday was sucii an oc^^casion. The sei ies of canardt which^threw the a bole trading community into^a | uuic y^ nit T'lay hud tor il^ basis a sim^^ple business meeting of bankers in draw^up a petition for ttie Liverpool cotton^coll'ereuce. Some ambitious manufac^^turer of Wall street hen, s t in.' tin1 bank^^ers on ttie ^ay tail o* thu con fere nee,^atarted Ihe story that one of them hail^come to grift ami Walt street la in veil^the story. 1 his is the sum amlwultntunee^of ttie whole series of teusalions of the^attcruiHiii. TRAFFIC WITH MISSOULA An!d^a of th^^ Coun'ry's Hemark*^ab o hoacurc^s ^ r.v^ Thous^^and Mmera Within 1 wenty^Miles of Wa laco. Anotherlri*liutsii *u*iBt-^ Paraell^1H ul.in, July ill. tl Uwyer t^ray, pro-^prietor i^f tbe /Vcimnn i Journtt', nub-^l.stiea u letter to-d i^ in that io-w^p4|^er^aayiug tbst iii View of the r relation* in^the i ainpla d law sil l ale) tbe utteruticea^yekterduy of U luni uud t * i ru n, he will^hencelorth rejicl the lea IcTsliip of l'ar-^DSlL Harrl*uu1. kr^ II i m^Nr.W VoKK. July al . ^ I o. icctor of Cus^loin* J. i^. 1 ; . o l; has received u letter^from tla* prt ^idetit accepting his resigna^^tion atid giving ^i|Tc^^i^ti lo a Ucling ^ f^i tie highest esteem and con tl b lu e 1SJ^nun as A ciliieu und rubl e otlb-er. tr-^bardt's ssjsjsssjsjsjff^ J. sn^at Fa^s.-it, called^on the president ut I ape May, N. J., this^uiorutug. IViiiieii ttuu'i * Ihcff.^MDM.Y, N. S. W'., Ju.y al ^ Ihe motion^of MK IliiiD i'arsc-. in tavor of granting^MM right of kutlruge to Moineti in .V ^^S .uth Wales, lias been n j cU-d by a Vote^of 67 lu .4 by the legislative assembly. r-rsiial to the H; nd.ml. Wallac., Idaho, July 31.^In anticlpa-^ti -ii oi tin opining of ttie Northern Pa-^^MM cut- ir to Mi^m)uU, Wallace, and in^fact ad the cities in the I oeur d'Alc-no^country ure preparing for a great in^^auguration of the important event. There^appears to be a settled determination in^the people of this district to m irk in tho^opening of tins new line an entirely new^era in ttie trade of this aect;on. Hitherto^all the vast trade from this rich mineral^district has mce*^arily gone to Spokane,^and it is a remarkable fact that the- busi^^ness men ot this country feel that they^have la-en shabbily treated by the Fails^t ily peepie Tho trouMo seems to havo^Im i n that Spokane MMSMM hoiis^-s fell^that they hud a ^ciui-h,^ so to speak,^BJSSSS tin* trade of ttie Coeur d'Atoms^and const ipiently took little caro^to iinrne it. 1 he last penny was exscud^^i Very fibre of the pound of Ih-sh was^demanded and no tie u^*lil waa liad for^tbe future when lu w lines of communica^^tion Would la* opened up and lleW SSBSSJf tuuiiua fcr purchasing goods afforded^ttie Coeur d Alene merchants. Thaiopportunity is Bjssj in sight, and^the average m^ reliant of this region is^ready ami wdtitig to transfer his account^from Spokane to UissouMj and other^Montana cities. Tbere are iwo import^^ant advantages which the wiiolenaler i:i^Miamiula will have over tho whoksalo^im n haut of Spokane m catering for tho^trade of t!n^ coui.lry ^ an advatiluge of^ci.t aper freight rates ami a very material^saving of time in the shipment of orders.^\i uear.y all the comiuoiliiies sold in this^i oiintry are shipped from e.ties of tho^Last, the im (ch.itil of Wallace who or-^ib rs his good*. In in the ^pokano whole^^saler is r^ ipnted to pay the freight charges^in the first instance from the eastern^point of shipment to ^pokatie, and tin* In*^cal freight rates from ttial city to \\ al-^lace. liythe mpcum^ of this new route the^merchant of this place can mise Mi--^aoula or Hulte his purchasing point and^save tho distance lr^ in Mi-soula to^Spokane plus lint difference from S|k^-^k.tue to W uilace. Al the lowest calciila-^lloii the wholesaler ill Mlsaotl la doing^business in the 1 oeur d* Aleiies will havu^one cellar a hundred o- fn ighl rales aU'l^four days in lime in Ins favor a lien com*^pi ung w itti the Spokane houses. Ail^otlier considerations a-cle this would ho^siitlicn ul lo tlrive the trade of this see-^tion into M^ ntaiia. 1he new road wdl In* opened lo traffic^it is thought within U daya. Allthrough ihe t oi ur il'Alene country^great uetiviiy in mining prevails. Moro^than ntn men ure now emph yed c n-^atant.y in the little ctty of Wardner alone.^I he grt at Sullivan i^ Hunker Hdl prop^^erly is grow tug greatt r every day. About^IWd men are now emtdoyetl there and ore^i hat pays m l from i'-^ lo $80 a ton is be.us;^lakeu oul to tin* extent of ab^ ut^4 u tons a day. The pro^tacls for^this property are v^ ry bright, tver^since thu mine passed into tho^bauds of its | rest nt owners ttu y tiave^been harras-i d u ilh nt gallon arising oul^of disputes about a* j ailing pro|arties.^lieceiit court decisions, however, wouid^set ill to iinhcale u final aeltleiiielil of ull^these d.aputes with u a tsMft lime lavor-^abie to tin* Sullivan ^ Hunker H li p.ople. 'IbeMcmw.nder, a No located at Ward-^u* r, will shortly resume operations on a^larger scale than t ver. '1 his tl no prop^^erly was practically closed down about^tbe time of the Hussey bank fanure last^year, ami since then only half a desett^men have La eu employed in development^work. .Now, however, arrangements have^aii' nt been completed lor the r^ sumption^of o|a-ruliuiis win re by al loa^t lid men^a ill Uud employment. During the^iditil-duw ii ttie company's plant has^In en thoroughly overtiained uud^r-paired and everything i^ now in first-^ciass ahupe. A new aire rt^ps haa Just^bi en received for the tramway whichcon*^v^ ys the ore from Ihe mints to tbe com^^pany's mill, the resumntiou of opera^^ted* in tins mine will add muteriaily to^W ardner's pr-'upi rity. Thelaiaiit gu up, m ar Ih-ulder gnlcti,^and o^ m d I y Jim I^ sWII and Hilly Hu^^lls, are being worked by a gang ot men^under the supervision of ttie owners*^Good paying ore is beiiut taken out in^considerable q iatititles. Ihecompany which recently bonded^the bueii iia has awarded a contract lo^l .p Johnson to ruu a tunnel liu kel on^that property. Upin ibe m. Kegis country a number^of vi ry valuable prospects have recently^been d;-e^ Vered, and new ones art* U .; g^. ealed i very d^y. M ^re than UU liieu^are roving ar^ und in the vicinity of^I'ucker creek lo^ king for mineral de^^posits. Tboutfli few M the prosnects ill^that vicinity have been developed yet, it^ia u safe preilicl.oii that there will la* a^MSjtpvrous tinning camp in ttie St. Kegts^MjfMsj many more uioiiihs clause. It is^cm'..mated that not less than .'^. 1 men^art employed at the prcscul t.uie in the^business t^f mining within a radiu* of JU^mil's tr- in V\ allace. This country should^certaituy ta- prosperous. I.ntII - Hun- UlnU Mn- laved.^Niw V' a. July ol. ^ Due of MJi execu^^tors ot ihe estate ol the lute Mr*. Hopkius*^xi ar.i'S says the eiau-e in her Will relat^^ing to Timothy Hopkius was nut causetl^by any ill feeling, but that Mrs. Hopkins-^dearies t ad transferred a very consider^^able amount of ber propt rty to har^ad* ptetl sou in her life tune, uud that he^waa so well provided for that thsrv was^no tccaaum for making any provision for^u iu ni tn r wdl. He is now on his way^r m Japan lo Sau Francisco, where he^resides.