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tanafi. VOL.HI.^NO. 17- ANACONDA.MONTANA. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER It, 1S51. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BalraacedaBlows Out^His Brains. WASBROKEN HEARTED Foiledin His Attempt to L^ave Chili^He Remained in Hiding. HISLAST TOUCHING WORDS My (Jnnjra's Lied and Deoelvad^Me ^My Heart Was With Chill^Always for I Thought I^Was Right. followers will be shown mercy, since^about H ilmaceda to direct them tbey aruTory little to b^ feared.^Italy, France, Sweden and Norway have followedtbe lead of ibo United States in officialrecognition of tb^ Junta. Germany,il will be remembered, was thesecond nation to do so. No official recognitionhas yet come from England. Thiscreates considerable coiumeiit. NkwYork, Sept. L').^The //.raid's^Valparaiso telegram slate* that Lx-Prcsi.^dent Italniaoedn of Chili .hot h.iusclf^through the temple in his room at tile^Argentine legation at Sari Die-go Satur^^day morning. Thu story became known^in Valparaiso Saturday afternoon and^created great excitement. Last erening^the city was brilliantly illuminated and on^every hand was heurd sounds of rejoic^^ing. Itnow seems the story that Haliuaccda^escaped on the United Slates steamer^San Francisco was erroneous. lusiea't,^he left San Die-go on August 3 in the hope^of escaping from the country, hut finding^every avenue of escape closed he re^^turned to tho rity September 'J aud went^direct to the Argentine legation. Since^then he has been extremely nervous. No^one save tbe Argentine minister and one^other man, devoted to Ualmaceda, was^permitted to set' him. About8 o'clock Saturday morning a^pistol was heard in Halmuceda's room,^and Seii^ r I*. It. Kileuria rushing in found^the ex-president had jil it put a bullet into^his brain. Thejunta was notified and a commit^^tee immediately went to the houso and^viewed the body. Asthe news spread the pt ople gathered^around the Argentine legation. They^cheered, hooted and nearly went into a^freniy over the death of their lute enemy.^Above all was heard the shouts of con^^gratulation that in taking his own life hn^had etca-icd a worse fate at tho bauds of^the junta. Heleft a letter to bis mother and also a^statement to the New York lierntd. Almostthe last declarations of tbe dy^^ing man are of very s|^ecial importance,^He says, among other thing*, ^I acted^during the past 18 mouths with tliu con-^victioii that 1 was right. I had no nuu ill^the army I eould trust. Tile generals lied^to me. Had they obeyed my orders, 1^think the battle at Corcon would have re^^sulted iu the defeat of my euemios. Myheart has been with Chili throueh^the whole trouble. I sought the resrtie^of my country from foreign domination^aud to make her tho first republic in^South America. My enemies say I was^cruel. Circumstances com|ie!icd me to^sanction certain acts, but many acts at^^tributed to me 1 never knew of until after^they had been eumuiitted. ^I'ntilthe final battle at Plaeilla, 1 had^strong hopes of triumphing. My generals^Assured niu of victory, but they ult lied.^1 know now they only pretended to be^my friends because- of tho money they^could get Irom me. All the money 1 have^is fJ,5'A), that my wife gave mu Aug^^ust S Yourminister, Patrick Egan, many^times offered me good advice. He urged^me to make peace with those who on-^posed me and to rotire from Chili. 1 did^not heed his wise adv.ee, for 1 thought he^was under the influence of tin junta^who then was a rotugee of tne American^legation. All through the trouble my^closest advisers were opposed to any^ove: hires for peace. Balmaccda'sbody has been removed to^the general cemetery. It was accom^^panied by the members of bis family and^his friends. NkwY/oiik, Sept, 20.^Tbe Hcruld*^Valparaiso cublo Buys: Tbe suicide of^Haliuaccda yesterday morning at the^Argentine legation in Santiago is ih ^^one absorbing and exciting topic of con.^vcrsatiou ill every part of the city.^Ther' is u mingled feeling of suv-^age rejoicing ut his death, and bit.^ter regret that he should hare^kil'od himself instead of fa Inn in the^clutches of tin* infuriated cit MM who^would have delimited to rend linn limli^Irom limb lor the list of cruellies for^which they bold Inui responsible. Jtis iiii|iossihle for anyone not in this^country or not a native to 1-aaJsM tho in^^tense hatnd entertained toward the ex.^president. Tiianational holidays which wero to^have ended Saturday night, have hern^prolonged by the suicide. Feasts, iiiuui-^illations and other celebrations in honor^of the success of ilia congressional party^are kept up and ciro lollowc-d by the^marching of .'rcln.ed crowds througii the^streets shouting songs of triumph over^the death of their former ruler. TheValparaiso pap rs are just^out wnh isrns (rem Suntug^about the suicide. The Argentine^minister at S uit ago positively refused^to furnish any of lite local papers witli a^copy of the pathetic letter written by^lialiiiaceda a short tune previous to Ins^suicide, in which he defends Irs course^as president. Thecorrespondent of the llrni'd aloti^of all the newspaper men in the city of^Santiago was ab.e to get a copy of this^interesting BtMfcH m ^ -: 11. It was through^the indefatigable i If oris of Minister Kgau^Ihat the correspondent was successful^il is the general belief that Baimaccda'i^d^ ath will hasten in a great degree the^restoration of peace throughout Chili. K'(that the chief cntm. of the Vic^^torious junta is uo mom it is lik^ly his JoseManuel Boliiiseeda, in- Chillm states,^man, wss bora in IS40. He nsi trail his rilucs-^lioustthe hrmiasrio Oswesssff sf Naatlagoila ''hill,and rsrlv disilnguishc i himself as a p^^lihrul oraior. his speeches faiuriug isdiral ie-^forms |:i tits c.institution of is .1 lie lias been^d-ptity iu live c.inscciilive Icds'atur s, was^lecttil sen-itor iu Isia, Mini was fraui April 1.',^Imj, Minister nl tin interior, appointed^by l're-ule it Santa Maris. He was in istis^oue of Hie loutnler*. together Willi the brothers^Malta, Isidore hrr.ixtiri/, and o:her lltieral^Chilians, of lbs reform rluh, sail In 1874 l-nldly^but unsuccessfully advocated iu congress the^separation uf church an I stile. As premier, Iu^IM1. Italiurii'isla siieceeilea. however. In intro^^ducing e vil insinagH and other liberal laws. As^Chilian minister at Buenos Ayrcs, lialiiiaccila^^ 'ndi-rrd els c auutry a great service by uauun^^seegasst wiseftee Argssstie* swesxetsi iiuriier^the war beitveeii i luh and rem. II ^ was nomi^^nal, d at the convention el Jan. is, la tsnn-^tiagi, aud siiuscrpiculiy elecled president, to^succeed .'-anl i stai .a al l ie ^ xpiralluu of 111*^Iciui, Sept. is, is is RCLISVCO BY UBATH. Kx-t'angrMiiNn Nruit al Penns- Ivsuls^Paste* Away. hWMfiK. tsj Sept. 30.^Ex-Congreis-^^M W. L. Scott of Pennsylvania died^suddenly before midnight last night. Dr.^William Pepper stated to-duy that Scott's^death was very sudden and unexpected,^and was due to repeated heart failures. Thefamily leave with the remains in^the morning for their home in Eric, Pa. WilliamI. Kcoll was a native of Hie etv of^Washington, whero he was horn July j, Isjs. he^saved a coininoa school e tueatl *n, securing^in apjsiiiitnieal as isige in uie liou-e of repie-^scQlalives wheu he was ij yea s old. and ror.-^linuiu* in that service during six years. At Hie^sgeolJOhe mode his liomcal Erie. l a., engig-^IU4 as clerk in the shipping husiucss. lb, lie-^came a-sociaird iu t li - osuersiiip of several^bonis ^ ngag.'d Iu transportation . n the lakes.^Later iu life lie wa. engaged in i he manufacture^of iron and in cod luiuing as we I as in the enli^^st niei ion and operation of rail.oads, serving at^presidsut or director In various nucs wlilrh ug-^gnvaied more t.ian j ,o^^ miles al e .lup'.-a-d^luilread. Mr. Si'att rcpreseutct a IV iiisyivuiiiii^isuttieacv in several national democratic e^litmus ami was a iiieuib r of ti e national ^a^raile committed from IsTU to is-4 He a.is^three lim s chos n mayor of the eiiy of Fi le.^He served two terms iu luo IsSSSS of represen^latives, his career thjrr beginning wl h luselis--^lieu to uieiiilHrrslup iu the Ker.y-uinih congress. HkAHTRfiNUiNliir.DL.tU. ACru/y Mother Drowns Herself aod Two Chlldrea. SiouxKali.*, S. It., Sept. 'JO.^Work^men on tbe railroad saw a woman walk^to the Great Nurlberu bridge yesterday^and throw bur 8-year old boy into tbe^river. She then flung her 18-moatbs old^baby in after him aud plunged ill herself.^Heats soon reached tile scene and dragged^the three ashore but too late to save the^mother and berhab'. Tne woman was^the wife uf Contractor Meprosich and was^erased on account of b.-r husband's busi^^ness reverses. BLAME THt LOCOMOTIVE. Lyons,att Iowa 'lows, suiters a Sevar*^Liiss lly f ire. Lyons,Iowa, Sept. 20. ^The mill of tne^Lyons Paper company was destroyed by^fire to-duy. Proiutil work of tbe Lyons^llrcmen, aided by the companies from^Pulton, III., and Clinton, averted a gen^eral blaze in the face of a strong wind.^Chief C. L. H^ol, who is also mayor of^Lyons, narrowly escaped death from fall,^nig walls. The loss is estimated ut ^~j,^^0U0, .'ully insured. The fire caugdit, II is^believed, irom a spark from a passing lo^^comotive. JOY IN THt MUSICAL WORLD. AuOriginal ^ epv of tlie Words of Hss^del'* Messiah Foiled. London,Sept. 2J. -The musical world^is excited over tho discovery by Uowden^in an old back shop in Dublin of a copy^of the original book of words of Handel's^^Messiah,^ printed for the first perform-^ancc ill Dublin in lfU3, of which not a^single copy was hitherto known to buve^survived. It shows the story tliat tbe^ballalujah chorus was written at the end^of the work and placed in its present^position because Handel found tbe work^was dragging, to be unfounded. HOLYINDEED. ANotable I van.pie ut Christian Charily^la r'ar-Ofr Itussla. St.Pi.TEKoBL-iiO, Sept. 30.^The holy^synod has dircctol that assistance be^given tbe starving without any distinc^^tion between creeds. Tbe synod also (11.^reels that food be given tho mi Hirers ill^preference to money. Thegovernment of Saratoff has pro^^vided food and shelter for tho German^iiiimigraiiis of that section who are auf^lcriiig. TbeyWill Mal.il loL-f-lll. r^London, Sept. ju.^The t luwiirfe'i Her-^lilt correspondent says: A prominent^cell terisi s'.utcs that Chancellor Von Cs^privi ami the papal nuncio at Mimic!^have arrived nl un agreement whereby^the ceuterists will heartily support the^g ivertimeiii in return lor concessions on^the ^ duration question and the readmis-^slou of Catliul.c orders. TWO R VAL WIDOWS- BathLay Claim la Court to the Uf* In-^saranes of a l ioml V.^ t as.^PlTTKBLUO, Sept. 20.-4bTio lutefwaling^fight of two wives for the insurance oil^ibe life of W. H. Over beck, who was^drowned in tbe Johnstown flood, was^heard In court to-day, says an Bdeas.^burg. Pa., special to the Pittsburg Out.^jmlvh. Ovcrbcck was living with a wile^in Johnstown when he died, and It Ml^not known that ho had two w ives Mill^another claimant tippcarcd for tho losui-^ance money in the person of Mrs. Jonuic^Overbtck of Philadelphia. Thefirst witness i xannue.l was alary^Orcrbeck, the Johnstown wife, who l^tilled that s4m was married lo \V. li.^Ovcrbcck in Pittsburg, June b, 1881; that^her husband had come from Philadel^^phia, but that she had always known lam^as a single man. She said bar husband^went to Philadelphia only once a Mar,^and that It was to see his mother. Tbey^bad oue child and il was still living. Mrs.K. W. Vans.dt, a sister of Over-^beck, and J. V. Ovcrlicek, both of Phi ^^^dclphla, were then i x mi ned and swore^thut Mary Ovcrbcck, the Johnstown wife,^had visited ihciii with her husband, a'd^been in trod in . d to his w ife. The in n-^riage certificate, whitfh hud been lost in^the Hood bui found by a mere accident,^was then produced and sworn to. Mrs.Jennie I Ivcrbeck, the Philadelphia^woman, was then sworn ami test.fled that^she was married lo \V. il. Overbeck in^Philadelphia on tho _b n of May,^187^, the ceremony being pir-^formed by Kiv. YV. I'. Robin^^son. Tiny lived together for a time. Afur^her husband went to Johuslowu he^suit her t Jd a month for herself and child^^ren, sending tbe last money a tew days^before being drowned iu May lasL Dr.W. C. Kobiiison, pastorof tho Moth-^eillsl Lp,nopal church, Hroad street.^Philadelphia, testified that In had mar-^i led Jennie Uluck to W. H. Overbeck lit^the time mentioned, and Mrs, Margsr t^Hi.ick tesliticd to being present at iha^marriage of herduughter. Theattorneys then begun argument,^but were cut short by tbe court. It being^decided that Ibo tangled altair involved^some complicated questions in law and^that tho verdict should be rendered by^tbe court, tbe jury b ing discharged. The^trial involves some $7,000 life lustiranc^which the companies are w illing to pay,^but do not know winch is the propir^cluiuiant. I'rcaiisr(silts 1^ -. i- . IlLHTINnroB,Pa., Sept. 20.^A peculiar^disease is playing bavt^c willi the cattle ill^this and a f/SShlsVg counties. Alreatly^butiilreds of cattle have perished. When^attackcil the animal's h-ad falls beli^.^lessly and Us legs seem unable lo beur^ihe weight of its bus'y. It is Udn v. d tbe^disease is from the Texas splenic fever. 'IhU 4 i ^p ll^.|Miris.^Wabhi.ngton, Sept. 20^ The weather^crop bitilelm says in parts of California^the raisin cur.ng lias begun. '1 he wenthir^is good for late crops, Oigm's burvtet^is practically over. U somewhat^.1.iinageo the pasturo and serked injury^to the sun drying fruit. FOR THt I'HuM.btu LAND. liein u *, i Me S'tsi'i eu the Hol ders of Ok^^lahoma lerritiiry. GcTituiK,O. T., Sept. 20.^The Santa^Fu four regular passenger trains, two^from the north and two froir tbe south,^all came iu to-duv m oil four or five sec^^tions of 10 and 12 cars, eucu section car^^rying hundreds of home-scekcrs. Tbe^latter are liifsllnig around buying outfits^anil bargaining for conveyances to tbe^border of the new lands, (libera were^preparing lo siart and still others were^just going away. Therewas a bedlam in tho streets and^confusion everywhere. Those who w. i d^until to-day Is lore taking their provisions^for Tuesday's rare have tbe advantage^over those adio rushed pellmell for ti e^bonier. Tbe list of those sections re^^served for ichool purposes and those^allotted to the Indians, all of w h ell are^exempt from preemption, was published^c-day. LandCommissioner Carter telegraphs^that tbe settlers can enter the land Irom^tbe Kickad hi reservation, which is not^included in the lands to be opened to set^^tlement and lies in the very heart of^those tliat are to be opened. This per-^mission gives tho home seekers many^nioro miles of available border wlieie^they can innis for the race. WhenIbe contents of the telegram he-^came known hundreds of boomers l.ur-^r.ed to Ibe Kickupoo reservation uud^have taken up their positions. Much sat^^isfaction is expressed over Secretary No^^ble's order to registers ami rvci ivYrs to^prevent fraud in connection with the^filing of declaratory stuleiueuta of old^soldiers. ACOLORKD GALLANT. MsUsftods Wlilis LaUlo* From a Whin^Man's lu.ulis. rillt,\nr.t.ilinv, S^pL 20.^Tho well-^known colored j ^ekcy, Stoval. hist night^shot and probainy fatelly injured Alex^^ander Robinson, a clerk iu Mm shenir l^oflice of this cily. '1 he parlies wore on a^ferry boat from Ulouc *sler to tills City^about midnight. Stoval being iu tbe com*^pauy of two white women, Robinson^made a remark which the women re^^sented. Stoval, drawing a revolver, hied^a bullet into Robinson's left breast. Si r^val was arrested. SHOTHISHAND OFF SeriousAccident to a Popular Ycnng^Han at Missoula. GARDEN CITY GOSSIP kii^Mi i^y a Maaa tiail. ('aihsom,Nev.,Sept. 30. ^ Ralph It. Stan^^ley was killed at a base ball game to-day^by bring struck on the necL by ^ ball.^He fell on his knees, arose, tried to run,^but pitched forward on l.is fuce and died^iu three minutes. Stanleyhad u birib mark on his ueek^where tne ball struck inui, ami death was^caused by the suddeness of Hie blow^thereon. ATrraiy Wl h I ersia, Jinssa, Sept. 20 ^The Russian min^^ister to l'ir i^ lias been insirueled ;o^arrange a trade treaty l^-lwc^-u Run* b.^aud Persia. The ol ject is lo bring ulx ut^an exclusive market for Knghsh goods.^One million roubles worth ot cotton i^ t*^ttires so mark'd have crosseJ Ibe Persiau^frontier m is ^ i. l it Klchl lor I'ai ii*H IIPBLiN.S^ pt. 20.^A man ww^ killed in^a fierce l'..-bt between tin l'ariielliies^aud auii'i'aru.lliic* atNcnai: i yesterday. tr'ireIn A1.bains^skMssMMAIsi Ala., Sept. 20.^A ^p c al^from ShifJlcid gives meagre parte in is^ot a lire ilu re to-uighi. 'I be Ch va Ian I^hotel and three bsjsssasMS bouses ar toed^wrtx'ks, Ibn loss b-mg fll'1,010. Insur^^ance light. The lire originated in tuo^hotel an I it is b la ved to have been acei-^dental. .XIur.lc oils lurks.^Const VNTiN' P..i.. Sept. 20 ^Th.- 1'i-iir-^geuis iu Vein ii have captured Satin,^capital uf the pi evince. 'lha grand Vi^^zier intends to send the troops to Vein u^now stationed at i'edjaa where tl.. chol^^era is racing. Il is rumored the Kurds^are murdering many (-bnsliana iu Ar^^menia, APlaca Filled With Homes and^Churchaa-lrnprovementa of^a Y-ar - Personal Talk. tpre ai lo the Standard. Wissotla, Sc| t 20 ^A serious and sad^accah-nl oi'curred yesterday north of this^oily. John A. Weller, a young man :1^years old, who, for lb.' past eight years^has Ih en cashier of the 1* rst.National^bank of St, Louis, Mich., has been the^guest of II. C. HollenlHck for a month^past gelling acquainted sfitli the climate^with a view of residing here |^criiiaileiitly. Yesterdayaflcriioon he took a shotgun^and went out to shooi birds. He shot two^and wounded another, lit going into lie^biii-h after the weiindcd one he fell, and^in trying to save the gun it was disi h irgctl^and the charge of shoi went through Ins^left wrist, completely severing it i x i pt^one bono and Hie skin on one side. With^great presence of mind Mr. Weiler took^a silk handkerchief Irom his neck,^knotted it, put it over his wrist and^twisted it with a stick, stopping the Mow^of blood and probably saving Ins life. Dr.Parsons aud Ulllmeyer amputated^the arm a short distance below the elliow.^Mr. Weller said to-day that he Ullevi d he^would .ciua.ii here, as ho has a n ady^thought of several occupations which he^can follow witli one baud. Senatorllolph and parly passed^through here en mute lo Wuslnngioii, i).^('., to-night, in the private car of Paul^Si hu'i , gi'iteral land agent or the North^^ern Pacific railroad at i'acoma. J.it. Kauids or tho KwHtmmt tHkmm, Sicvcu.villc,was in the e.ty to-day on his^way iu II- leiia to uttend the democratic^convention to-iii'trrow. AC.TV Or HOMtb AND CHURCHES 1'rsityMl.souts slitiw* Much rAnleiioe of^Sloral :^i.^l Mslerlal luipiuvciueat, 11mm iii ti e Msiidant. Mlssoi'i.v,Sept. 20.- Next week prom^^ises to be a lively one lor the Missoula^base ball club. Today Holly, Mason,^'.!. r .s A cninpaiiy's team from Spo^^kane are here, inn ing the state fireman's^tournament ut llox.-mati Hie Missoula^club will play three games with the Hi s -^mans. A wick from Sunday the Spokane^league team i. i x pec led here to play the^Missoula boys. tinThursday a parly went bunting up^the Ulackfoot. I'earl Hodgcrs was onl^^ine in be r of il. He was armed with a r.fi 9^and a kuife about the sise of a com-^cutlcr. His Ii muds are awaiting his re^^turn with anxi. i) as they fear ho will en-^couun r a bear and be loo scared to use^Ins arms. 'Jlie city is now enduring or perhaps^vi j ^ying the lull between ih ^ excitement^ol the r. cent ih eiion and the commence^^ment of woik on the bridge und sewers.^T lie prospective trouble uImhiI ibe new^right of way has apparently disappeared.^Mr. fisher bus promised 4VI feel through^his land free of charge and 11 feet addi^^tional if Ihe cily w:ll raise his barn to the^level of the new street. Right of way^over Mr. Hammond's land iu the island^will be obtained without diflifulty and^apparently nothing stands iu the way of^hurrying the wurk forward as soon us the^bonds are sold and lie- bids received. WillFanning left yesterday for Chi^^cago where he will live at lie* ^homo of^hi. s.stcr and go to school. He bas been^a newsboy here for more than a year^past, handling the ST vmiaUH almost ex^^clusively, and has proven a good rustler. Thewalls of tho new Si. Francis X ivier^church uri- i i.iug as fast as a large force^of men can build liiem. Already the^building is one of tbe most conspicuous^in the north, in part of lie-city. When it^is completed, uud tho lop of Ihe cross^sui mounting Its* spire stands 132 feel^above the groiinJ, it will bo one of the^fir.t buildings that can lie seen from tho^railroad entering the city from either^direction. It will give the visitor or one^passing through Ihe cily a favorable im^^pression of Missoula lo buve a church tho^first nbjiet be sua. il speaks well fur the^moral and religious condition of the city^that so fine a c urch can lie built by any^denomination ma town of tins sise; it^speaks well for the liberal luintleslnees of^the pi ople that much of tic money spent^in tin- erection wss contributed by those^who are not I atholics and do iiot e ven^attend the Ca ll die church,aud il is much^to Ihe credit of the reverend fathers that^they have curried out succcs,fully thus^far their intention lo build oue of tin- flm st^iliurclios in the state, which shall b Ibe^pride1 of the Catholic church and also of^tne city of Missoula. Itis probable that the Methodists will^follow Iheir ^ sample in building a fine^church lint summer. Their present niiii^is an old building aud not huge eneugli^for the purposes assigne-d. lJurmgIhe past summer Riv. Charles^11. Clark, a Coneregntioiialist uiits.ouary,^has l.uiil a neat liilio chapel on Ihe^s nth side, wh^se congregation is soon^lo lie orgunis wJ as u regular church. Rev.W, C. Hale, iu Hie short tune he-^has been here, nas succcdod in h'-almg^the breach in tin' Baptist ^ liurch, caused^by a very unxitinly ii|^tabblu t^ Iwccn^two former preachers, and hss put the^church in a very pru.perous condition. '1he Episcopalians larlt a neat rectory^last winter and have made further ka^^; .- v. in ails this summer. H-v. I had^11. Llnhry haa proven one of the Bjassl^highly respected and popular niinisK r^ in^tins city, and b is succeeded tot budding^up his church Hi a manner vi ry grant^^ing lo us friends. The hub cl uich i^fri quciiily iivercrowdcil, und it is only a^matter of lime when il will bur.' to be re^^placed by a much larger one. The re^^cent addlilou of Mr. uud Mrs. li. U. An^drews lo the choir wi I doubtless prove id^great advantage in improving the niiisir,^which is the life o ihe Lpiscop.il service ThePresbylen in church has lieeu^fortunate iu securing the services of Prof^Carl Roese, the noted Philadelphia musi^^cian, who boa taken ihurge uf the music. Itsgrowth for some time past haa been^steady and substantial, as is usually Un^^case with Presbyterian churches. Iuthe I bristian church some changes^are in prospect which will probably prove^beii^ ll nl. Takenas a whole, the recent develop^^ment of ihe churches of Missoula has^been such as lo make ihe hearts of Chris-^I.an iieople glad. Although there have^been some narrow-minded and uncharita^^ble remarks mad- from time to time, the^general conduct of Ibe various denom^^inations toward rarh oth -r has been lib^^eral, charitable and praise worthy. Oosvpy BILLINCSsbR-Ers.^Nates From iha Llvsly Little^tlly. | Mfjtf in ilis standard. 1ILLlMi.s, Si pt. 20 -The authorities of^I usiei county have seu-d 1^ carloads af^cattle belong.ug lo \\. J. Audi r^on of^L viug.lon. 'The eciiure was made on^account of taxes cla'tiicd to ho ilu 1 lo^Custer for th - year MM, Mr. Anderson's^cattle tango on the Crow reset vatuvn.^which Custer county claims as ns own^for lax ilioii purposes, though by ihe de-^I sioii of the rourts the reservation is at^^tached In Yellowstone for j id cad pur- Is. The rattle of R. It. Uriggs, I'aul McCormickand II. Asliwortb are ulso lo^Ih. se i d for the same kind o( a claim. It^will be bitterly resisted. OlioFranc of Wyom iig is hi town ibis^week shipping ksMWWa. Mrs.Sharpley of Iowa, mother of Her^^bert Sbarplcy, rccior of St. Luke's, ar^^rived in Hilling . on Thursday, lo visit her^son for a few mouths. Mrs.L. P. Willislon returned on Friday^after three months' visit to friauds in^l'eunsylvania. MissKditb Maihrrson has returned lo^Hillings after more than a year's visit to^friends and relatives iu Canada. Judgeand Mr*. Fruscr w ill remain seme^time longer at Hunter's Hot Springs, as^Mrs. Frasrr is deriving great bjueIII from^the waters. GeorgeFraaer, fellow of Toronto uni^^versity, Canada, spent a day iu Hillings^this week. He was on bis way to lleer^I, idge, where he goe-s to lake the }Hisitiou^of professor uf classics 111 lliu university. I'..H. L^c is slill inking ih ^ medical^baths at Hunter's Hot Springs for bis^rheumatism. SamHunter and J. H. Conrad were m^town this week. Plummiiigparties arc all Ihe ruge. Tenuisis being revived with Ihe cooler^weather. Dr.Woo Iroir of Sail L iko city, with bis^wile and child, are visitiug Slier IT uud^Mrs. Matsey of this cily. Tln-y have just^la-en through the National park. Mr.Hooley of New York, well known^in Hillings, is here at present. He accoiu^^panics Elijah Smith, i x presidotil of the^N. P. It. 'Ihe liiH'ky Jfouhftiiu/f u h iiuiiriria speaks^vi ry biguiy of Mrs. Ntrhoisor ami Mis^lleiishaw.lhe new managers of the (Iran.I^hotel. He predicts great popularity for^the (^ rand, judging from Ibe .in cess of^the While Sulphur Springs hotel wbilo^under their control. Mr.and Mrs. Donovan are back from^Ibe park. Mrs.Hadamakerand her children have^relumed from the park w.th Mr. L sler's^party. THECOUNTRY'S UUblNcSS. 4bating House Mali-meat lor the I'asl^six Hays. ITDIDN'T LAST LONG riii-s of th ^ Uaaea Mate. seek,* .J-U.s SI.iso. in.^iiupireil null the cut res. fiico'sReTolQtion Terminates in t^Tragic lanner. THEREBEL LEADER KILLED And Hla Followers Pursuad and^Dispersed By Government^Troops After a brief But^bloody Battle. Illleii.o. Sept. ^ A spir al from San Antonio,Tex, say.-: Juan Mai aerto,^who has arrived from Nicr, M' ^.co, says^the Mexican re v-dulioiiists were over*^taken near that place by lbs government^troops and a battle ensued in Winch scv*^eral on b-.tli sides wero killed. Calanaliareia, leader of the revolu*^lion, was seriously shol and then hung to^a tree. Ssudoval, li s chief lieutenant,^cscapt d to the motiutains w ith a few fe ^^lowers. He is being pursued and wnl^pn bibly be capture'd. NkwOklkanh, Sept. 2D.^The Piea-^yvtte s Hrownsville, Tesas, sp ci.il says:^^It is rt'|iorte'il from up the rivcrth.it^tiarcia's forco of revolutionists in Mexico^is receiving daily reinforcements from^this side of the r.v *r. d ireia is still re*^poried making toward ibe Kio tiramie,^closely pursued by M x c iu troops. Au^i'uga^eincnt was expected to-day. tNTil LLY NLW. Aa lavralive BsMSatM lias a He he ma far^I'revsiiliuc Itttaswsys. (Uii'iiiU, Sept. a^. ^A uuw system of^stopping runaway horses by electricity^was g.veii a practical test on the lake^front yesterday I y A. H. Hat-s.m, the in^^ventor, liaison got into a carriage where^two horses were attached, and, Willi no^drive-r on the bos, the man lusiied the^horses with a whip aa they dashed away^al break nick speed. Suddenlythe animals raised themselves^on their iiauncnes and came to a lull^slop. The invention coiisi.ia of a dry^battery under the driver's bos, connected^by wire with metal balls, placed in Ihe^horses' nostrils. Therewere two buttons, one on the^driver's In-x, the other inside, which^closes the circuit when pressed. The re^^sult is a in id shock, by which they invari^^ably bring the runaway horses to a^stalidslill. Totalfor pthii ip il^ami CSAsaSs lor th I^eresM' a4 |mt rent, ss^Isiiniiug week a )ear i PAKNLLL'MNtW FtAH. MeSays N i Krigllsli I'sirlv DaS lie Tru.tnl^a-iil Tlirre l* Mure Imsli e lor lr- a id. Ill111.IN. Sept. J). Paruell, -peaking at^Cabiuteenly. to-day said one of ihe^datigers of the future was d.mmishcd by^Irish representation in parliam ent. No^Lnglish party, he said, could be trusted.^The adoption of the '^One man, one^vote^ principle would mean a grievous^reduction in Ireland's cleeiorul strength. flllth, ii Hue. is sb. I'M.IB,Sept. ftW The I, ii ib ah 11 fetes al^Nice are likely to la* without elithus asin.^Few delegates are present and the host^ktinwu members of the dunhaldi un on^are out of the city. -mi ^ n Issessj snip.^Nl w Yuhk. Sept. :v. (ieii. Joseph 1'.^Kuiipp, president of the Melropolllan Life^Insurance company of tins city, died on^Moiulay lust abourd the French at* aim r^Lat hampagiie, which arrived here to-day. AiIvisshIlly lli.msiek.^I mill'S, S-.pt. '^^ - ll 'itili .ryh'r Such^rieairii, inspired by Prince II -mares^advises the withdrawal of the bill to pre^vent driinkt niu ss iu order to pn vent its^rejection by the reiciisteg. i. sdi wi ^ IssraasssM^1'oKii.vMi. Me., Sept. L0 -Ira Herry.^grand secretary of the Masons of Manic,^dud i.^.lay aged DO II ^ was the first^telegraph operator and manager of ti e^Hi-sluli, Mais., i 111 ^^. Metritis UiisTox,Sept. .') ^sadi^ and Mary^Cuileii, aged 7 and 0, were burned to^death this morning. TTuy bad been^locked in the bedroom by their parents^when tbu lattir weiii la church. lbslot ^^^ a teal,^I.uMOOH, Sept. ^J.- Alex iiider Jacques,^the French faster al Itn* Westminster^ai|uariutn, has completed his Ci- days'^fast. AI-FLICTtL)KUlsalA, try I'lie Ten iii ^ lilllll.l.lU ut 111* l'*a Iiiihe Africa Mara! Iiisir.es. NkwYiii.fc. Sept. 'JK An t xhsustiva^- iu l^- of tin- world's bread supply in the^forthcoming uuuib. r uf the AMTiraa^.^Ificieiiffarufisf ileclares that thu half has^not been told about tho European short^^age in bn adstiill's, whicn not ^ veil tbe^bountiful ^*rop of this ycur would have^relieved. Tho coutineiiiul powers, es-^peciallv Hussia, suppsess ill ^ facta. Iumany Kussiun iiroviuces llie scarcity^of food l.eeuuie pronounced as fur back^as February last. In ibe konslaiitiuovka^district many families buve not cooked a^meal since Easier, but subsist on bread,^soaked rye, grain, etc., bestowed in char^^ily. BUHNeO UP IHt CC-RPSC AIli ad Womsn's 4lotly 4 on-rd Walls I.ml llu* la Hie I urttii.^Kt-ai ( i iv, Minn., Sept. JO ^A pecu^^liarly sad aud strange accident occurred^at the farm house of John HauuicbeD, two^miles fri m ibis town. Ibis morning. Mrs. IImine hen died yesterday and was laid^out f ir leirial in her coltln in tbe house.^Mrs. Poller, st-ier of thu dead wi in ill,^put a boiler on Ihe slove partly filled with^a hat she supposed was water, but which^proved to be kcrose'ne. The oil soon el-^pioded, selling tiro to the house. The body was badly burned before it^eou id tie* rescued and tbe lliree* sous weie^s* nously scorched in rescuing it. Huuut-^chon was asleep and hail lo jump from an^upstairs wiudow, while Miss L snu^Stcngcr, the nurse, was badly injured by^jumping frem the second story.'Tho house^was consumed with all us content*. Ils-prait* sVtSfB *s ut s* I on. loMnox,Sept. 31. Tho Vienna cor-^resp-indent of Ihe i /*^-o^iietV says: There^have recently tn-eli a large li umber of iri-^i mliary IIres in Kuiaia. The starving^peasants are selling lire to houses iu or^^der to buve an op|^ortuuity to plunder^them. N.ue places in the K'* If district^have been burned Hi two days. Many^attests have kwM made. At*s Itips Old Age.^I'HILaiii ' phi i. Sept. 29.^ Mrs. lkliia-^beth Hoy.ion Middle, who is grand^^daughter of Francis llopkinsoti, signer of^th*' dcclarutioti of iiuiepeinietice, and^daughter of Judge Jo.e|di Hopkiusou,^iiuthor of ^Hail Columbia.^ died this^evening of heart failure. Mt was in Lev^^J I year. AuAppeal I n Irmeerauee. Lunooit,Sei^i. SJ.^'Cardinal Manning*^in a pastoral teller read III all the Cath^^olic churches yisterday, points out the^m ccsslty of rearing chtldrcti in the prin^^ciples aud prae.U^.* of total abstinence,^and he earnestly calls on parents to so^Irani iheir ctuldreu. 4^til IrlliiS. lirsnil I.Mlg'. St.hMM, Sept. 1').^ Kvery incoming^tram to-ilay brought large delegations to^attend Hie uicciing uf Ihe Sovereign^l.i and Lodge of 11 Id Fellow*. It is esti^^mated that at least 1,000 men iu full re^^galia will tase pari in the parade. Bj*i in ,*a issinss*. Lomkin,Sept.The London corrc- spoiuleut^f the f Mdi/ Mkesj says that the^t* i man govsrniuent intends to repeal^ilu* restriciiv.' pass|torl decruo in Alaace*^Lorraine aud uhousti the rvgulatious al* together. IllsrarlU t r. railiissl. (uLlxtlilA, SepL IM. A slight earth-^ipuakv shoes was felt tier.* at 1 ' 4o this^morning, accompanied by the usual I^oliugs. ^'* damage was done. V p I'l.ss sxilirU. IONHT.VS I IM'i'Li:. Sept. J). ^ Y'tp i'asha,^formerly miui.icr ot Hn slice, was thrown^from bis borso lo-dojr aud killed.