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ANACONDA.MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23 -S^:. PRICEFIVE CENTS* H0RR0RS_0FTHE WAR TerribleScenes on the Battle Grounds^Hear Valparaiso. AN A.UcRlCAN GIRL'S TALK Wounded Government Soldiers^Slaughtered Without Mercy by^the Insurgents.^Women and^Children Murdered. NewYorrx, Nov. 23.^Somo interesting^detuil* regarding Ciulian events imme^^diately following tliu battles winch re^^sulted in tile downfall of llalmuccda mi l^followetr-, are contained in a private let^^ter received from a young American girl^who li.tr been I.ving in Valparaiso and^Santiago. The writer has been a mem^^ber of the household of twine of the most^influential families in Chili, incliidins^iluii of lialniucedu himself, and also was^lor a lout; time with the Edwards family,^who were exded by Uulniuceda ami after^^ward ^ allowtd to return to Santiago. Thefollowing are portions of the let^^ter, which is dated Santiago, Sept. 15:^l.efcr.-ing to thu treatment of th ^ de-^feateil leaders of Ualmuccda's forces^after tbo fall of Valparaiso, the writer^suys: ^It is sickening even to write it,^but 1 saw that mob fl.'Lunr* for a bone, a^hand, a mi.ill piece of flesh, anything^out of MM containing the bodies of the^dead general, and six ofllecrs of the junta^looked on and smiled. Tbo generals had^done nothing but remained loyal to the^government. They were not good men,^but tin y led Halmacena's army and after^the battle MM found wounded on the^field. When the enemv found tin m and^demanded their swords, they answered,^'Cenerals never surrender.' So they^were killed, their bodies stripped, cut to^pieces and carted an tind Valparaiso.^Women, inotlicrs with their daughters,^looked on and H.tid: 'Well done; this is^a vengeance of a constitutional party,^t utcli Halmaceda and roast him.' Speakingof the battles of ' oncon and^Vfna L^.dinar, tho writer fays: ^From^the top of the house we could see ten is^and bear every shot. Thousands of gov^^ernment troops passed MM to the opposi^^tion. On the iiiorningof the 28th, after tho^final battle at Placillu.the firing continued^an hour and u half, then ceased entirely.^Twenty minutes later, remnants of artil^^lery dashed by as though the devil was^after them, and one shouted up to us 'All^is lost.' We immediately signalled to the^H.ilt.mote and the San Francisco for help^and a marine corps soon arrived. About^noon II.e opposition ^ ante in. All ill.'^church ami lire bells immediately rang it^medley. Tlie whole population turned^out to moet the invaders. Never was a^town M wild to lie taken. Ladies pulled^the oilier* from horses and hugged and^kissed them. Pandem initini reigned^that night. lb' next morning^in various parts of ills city, ^J * ^^men, women and children were found^dead. Halmaceda turned the government^over to Central Ba^|uedauo, who was^neutral, aud sent Ins wife to Minister^Kuan, MM disappeared. A week ago to^^day we returned to Santiago, and as soon^as wo arrived Chiliatis shut us up in the^bouse. We til phoned to Kigali and so^ret-, ived assistance. 1 ho Chilians wanted^to search for Halmaceda, but wero not al^^low . d t ^, but they appointed a guard to^w itch our going and coming. A guard is^still w.-ttchmg. Theluslbutle occurred Friday. Tho^v.cionou. army forgot its MM dead and^wounded on the battle lleid and the first^ambulance sent was by foreigners on^Sunday morning. Fur 10 days 1 assisted^the surgeons of the lialtiniore and the^San Fiancisco. Many of the wounded^whom 1 attended, did not know what^they had been lighting for. After each^battle, government men who bad been^wounded were all killed. At one time in^Valparaiso tin M were s.tTJO woundedcot:-^gn s-loualists. When the s. Idlers went^lolmy tho dead, they first stolo the^clothes and arms. For a day or two they^dug deep wells into which bodies were^pitched headlong, but this occasioned too^much work, so they piled up th ^ dead,^p inred kerosene over them and burned^them. Our doctors did noble work, aud^although culled Yankee spies, soon won^the good will of everyone. AFFAIHS IN eraz L At'rot-l mi itltiu li.U'U lly I'ousrr.t ^ flans oftils IttVftlutlOUII'S. Loxtio.\,Nov. 22. ^ A dispatch received^from Hio Janeiro says Fi n ^ec*a, in a^proclamation dated Nov. 21, uppoittted^Feb.next as tho day for the holdingof general elections an 1^luminous congress to assemble.^'Idle president says the ri ipnrctii 'iils of^the constitution art- so limeade 1 as t o se^^cure the llldeiieliueiice of the judiciary^and executive, provides sab guards for^upholding the presidential von, limiting^prerogatives of congress, enluigiug tho^powirs MMMlM ami reducing rei n si-il^^lation. Tie- president .ntists that deco^^rations and distinctions will he respected. Atelegram from rernaiinhuco says the^railway was cut near liio Janeiro last^li ght ai d a portion of ii removed. It is^M 'posed the work was done by revolu^^tionists. It is reported insurgents in R.o^Grande ure fitting up au | xpedition to^capture IK sterro on account of its bur-^bar. MasHoly It n,v^-reU^Frooklvm, Nov, VI - Workmen la-^Ixirc. a i login and ad day at Hie conduit^searching lor Hie bodies of the burled^men. At 3 o click this afternoon the llrst^body, that of an Itadan laborer, was^r. uche 1. It was f mud :!^ feci below the^surface, stand ng in nil upright pos.tion,^both hands grasping a shovel. The bod^^ies ot the otu^ r three men have not yet^1 MM found. LIVINGSTONNOTES. A ratal Aec dent^The Caslla Railroad frj^ ^siols Cigars.^^|if rial Corn sis licence of the Stanuard. Iivisicsto.n,Nov 23^ William Butler^returned yesterday morning from the^Boulder mines and reports the death of^William He ffelbnwer, which occurred at^Hick's park Wednesday evening, lleffel-^bower had gone across the creek for^some wood, and while returning on ll'.e^ico his foot slipped, throwing bun for^^ward on bis bead, tbe wood slnk.ng In in^on the neck. He was picked up in an un-^conach ut condition and carried into his^cabin, where be remained in an uncon^^scious condition until the next evening,^when he died. He was about 35 years of^age aud unmarried. HoiDnllois, a helper in the machine^shops, was attempting to show another^helper how to oil a machine Monday alt-^ternoon, when his hand was caught and^carried through the roj wheel*. It was^found necessary to umputate tbe middle^finger at tbe first joint and tbe ring^finger at the third jo lit. HenryC. Howell, one of the prominent^mining men of Cooke, has been ap^^pointed ^upcrintendetit of the Pilgrim^quart! mine in Madison county. The^property is owned by C. W. Hoffman of^Bcseman. JosephKeeney was taken to Red Lodge^Sunday morning by Under Slier iT Jack^^son to answer to the charge of grand^larceny. Owing to the f u-t that his^witnesaei are now in Wyoming, the bear^^ing was postponed 20 days and, the de^^fendant released on $500 bends. HomerHans, who hat been employed^on the round-up ou the Lower Yellow^^stone, was discovered aa'.eep in h freight^car in the yards Wednesday morning. A^few hours later 86 c-gara were missed out^of a case in the car and Hank was ar^^rested for burglary in the second degree.^At the preliminary the facts wore de^^veloped that when the train left Billings^there were 17 sealed cars and six more^were picked up on the road. '1 hat wheii^Laurel was reached, Hatik gave a brake-^man s-1, aud wae shown a box car into^which he crawled and went to sleep.^Supermtindent Finn w is uu interested^spectator ut the trial mil at the conclu^^sion of the hearing H iuk was held in the^sum of $1.0o0 lo ap| car at ihe next tenn^of court and the btakemuli was ritpiested^to hand iu a resignation. It is probah e^that the defendant will b'j released us^there was no evidence against Inm, and^tbe justice stated that his reason for bind^^ing him over was that he evidently was^trying to beat the company out of the^difference between the dollar and the^regular fare fr in Laurel to Livingston,^and ought to be | unished for it. M.Koth is in receipt of a letter from^Simon Bamberger iu which that gentle^^man states thai tbo company lie repre^^sents will not undertake the building of^the Castle road. Mr. Uatuii. rger, who^represents the banking firm of Bun-^Im rger Bros., made a trip MM the rome^from Hca-unai! to Castle, returning by the^Shields river route surveyed I y tbe North^^ern Pacific. While in Livingston he ex^^pressed himself as highly pleased with^the natural grade of the latter route, and^expressed the hope that ho weiild bo able^to do something for the relief of the m u-^ers of Custle. But it seems that he hits^been unable to make the necessary ar^^rangements and will not undertake the^project. Urimsny's^sw Uuns Br.ni.iN.Nov. 92- The extraordinary^^Mi4 of lC0,COO,^X0 marks is asked for in^the budget for artillery, intended for pro^^viding the army with a new kind of fl eld^gun, which has been perfected under the^direction of Emperor William. Ciunt Von^Waldersee and Genoral Von I dilieffe. It^is estimated that the peace ^ Active force^will bo supplied with the new weapon^within a year. and the war^effective within three years. Ger^^many thus will be placed in a position^of superiority to France, the work of^improving artillery in the latter country^being still In an exoerimentsl stage. Tho^Krupp works will supplv tbe cast steel,^ot which tbe barrels of tbe new gun are^mad^. The gun will lie lighter than the^present weapon aud will be fired in ^^ne-^thirel the time with double the eft* rt.^instead of the M*M projectiles for^^merly in use, an universal cartridge will^be used with mi ikelesi powder. Asiealner sunk. Mii.waikee, Nov. 22^The steamer^Samuel Mather, from Djliith lor Buffalo,^with .^.n^^j bushels of wheat collided^with the steamer Brui 1 eight miles from^Iroquois point, near Saull Sle Marie^this morning. Th- Braxd struck the^Mather on her starboard side aft and in^2a minutes later the vessel sunk in 25^leei of water. Th-^ Mather's crew were^rescue*! by the Braid, that vessel being^but slightly injured. 1 lie- weather was^clear enough to see lights at it consider^^able distance. Th ^ Mather is owned by^Pickards, Morto * C ^. of Cleveland, and^has an insurance va.uation ol $'.i6,'ii0. VIhit** soil Hint k-.^iMMtk Miss., Nov. 22 - A few days^ago a crowd of whites went lo Tp* heuise^of I'm Clad my, colored, shot Inn and^severely whipped several other negroes.^To-day George P cklc, while, was arrested^us MM of tbe leaders. While the deputy^sneriff, who was guarding Gladney's^shanty, was examining his pistol, the^weapon was accidentally discharged, the^bullet killing a negro named K^iinedy.^As a result it is feared there will be war^between the blacks and whites. The^origin of th^ trouble is unknown. NEAR TO THh GROUNDS. Jltllipi-tl i rant tile I;. ;d- . NewYoi.-k, N v. 22^This afternoon^au unknown man jumped from the^Brooklyn br.dge into ^hj E ist river. 140^feet hi Imw, and was drowned. It was ^^e'eur case of suicide. The niun was nit ^^dium six , middle uged, and dressed as a^e r man. AV trli- i uptissil. (niCAt.o.Nov. 28.^At 6 o'clock this^evening a Jackson park policeman saw a^yacht cap-os) in tbe lake, about half a^rndc out Irniu shore. Though the life-^saving crew al S nth Chicago wai at^once notified, up to 1 o'clock this morn^^ing no trace of the boat or ot its occu^^pants had been discovered, it is known^that two persons were aboard, but it is^not known whether there were any more.^The identity of tho yacht is also a mys^^tery. _ Mil,*^^ st*,,,|. turn. Nr.wYork. Nov. 22-Dr. MtGynn to-^nigh', announced he would not accede io^t ie conditions imposed by Koine for his^reinstatement. FiftesaUre .1 Midway. Will Una Access^in Jai ka in Faik. Chicago.Nov. 2.'.^The Faltimore 4^Ohio road is de- prime mover inascheme^to secure entrance at .the south end ol^Jackson park to the world's fair for lines^running south from the Unien, Van^i MM and Polk street stations, as wt ll as^tin-Illinois Central. 1'nder the terms of^this arrangement 15 great railroads will^have direct entrance lo the grounds, ji.-^e.uding the Illinois Centra', tbe Michigan^Central, Ihe H. 4 O, the Big Faur,^the (..ratal Tiiink, the Wabash, toe Santa^He. the Like Shore, the Pan Handle, the^Hurlmginii. tho Alton, the It irk Island,^the P., F. * C , the Eastern Illinoisai.il^the Erie. Theex|^ositiou management ^ ill^MMMH all obligations for i ha grounds ov. r^wh.c.i the trucks pans. 1 ho right of way^will furnish room lor four tracks, begin^^ning at the intersection of tbe B. ^ ^^.^and Seventy-fifth street, running nonh to^the sotiih M point of Jackson park,^where terminal facilities will be afforded^by the exposition management for load^^ing and unloading passengers. IN H.OH SUCiAL C HULLS. MuchKn Hi in, ut tsti.eit in tt'ilkt sbarr*^^ A Kpirv srandsl.^WiLKF.sn\ki:i:. Pa., Nov. M ^William^H. Shepherd, a imminent contractor,^wiio-c mysterious disappearance last^September created a big sensation, re^^turned late Saturday night. E trly this^morning h^ was arrested on a warrant^sworn ^ ut by Muvor C. B Sutton, charg^^ing Shepherd witn criminal intimacy with^the mayor's wile He gave bud in the sum^ol (11,0.0. The arrest created a tlecldeil^slir in social circles, Ihe parlies beng^very prominent people. The mayor win^to-morrow fi e a suit against Shepherd^for ii.it^) damages for alienating the af^^fections of Ills ^ ife. IMNfcO OF Lirt. It-v lr I s-a Mar^li llaring furamlfa^Kuieidt. at I v iii^i,'ii HOaVMh Nov. 22 ^It lias been learned^th at Kev. Ezra Marsh Baring, who dhd^itt Evatistou last night, commillid sui^^cide. H v. Mr. llaring, wlio was cue of^the oldest 1 v ng Methodist ministers in^the Noiihwesi, a'ld who bus been MM'^^neiiily cont ecu d with IM Cnicago dp -^trict organ x ition. lor some lime past has^MM on ill'* ni'ierai liualeil list. F i^some time old age und ill health have^mad I him despondent anil he* threatened^to take Ins life two we, ks ago. Friends^prcvctittd him fiom currying out lite^threat. Saturday night his dead hoi y^was found in the attic, where he had hung^h mself to a r.if n r. He was about HO^years of age. CarrierMMl llratll.^( HlOAtiO, Nov. ft ^The circumstances^sum uniting the death of t arrio Smith,^the stenographer, whose b idy was taken^out of ihe lake S itur lay. are mysterious.^Theie are no marks of violence up^ n lb*^body. Her friends refusal lo credit the^theory site commuted suicide, but^tbe police are inclined to that^belief. Thursday she said tliat,^owing to inclement weather, sh^^w, uld not return for luncheon and^luncheon was accordingly put up 'or her.^At noon, however, sli'j r^ turned, and sur^^prise being expressed, she said. ^Yes, I've^come home and am not going to work^iiliy more.^ Her friends thought this^meant -lie was not going to work again^that day. Friday alio lilt her hiurihng^house anil never returned. She belsMM^to a respectablo family, the meiubi rs of^which insist that MM MM Ml victim of^li ul play. A postmortem will be held^under uilviseuunt by the authorities us^many be.ieve ll the only means of ascer^^taining the cause of death. HieBMMaW Affnr^New Yokk, Nov. 22. TM MmM*I Val^^paraiso cable says: Jittl^e ol Crimes^Foster has cone u led the seciut MM^nation into the as'au'.t upon asMMMMaM^of the Baltimore, and the result of the^testimony will probib'y b^ obtainable^this week. Evident-^ will show R gun g^was killed by a rifle shot, afier hav^^ing bei n stubbed. Itcguiduig Shields,^the fireman, who was sui^j^ctel^to such ill treatment, there will pr ihahly^be an argument over his nationality, li^will be alleg) d he is not an American^cini^ii. as the shiw's articles show he is a^native of Ireland. I'hlbiisliurgNotes. l-peelnlto the bMBMM PRIl.lPsBt'Kti,Nov. J^ -A Well-to-ilo^MMMiMMM named 1'iatik Young, who lias^lived about se ven miles east of this place^for the past five yeurs, sold his place u^short time ugo and yesterday started to^have, owing n ClMMatMM naineil Tim^K in (15^^. The eclesi ul Had linn arrested^and Mr. Young is now in jul. Mrs.Maria L S.iuudera, aged fl year-,^died recetil.y In Sn Francisco, Cal. Si-^wits the mother of C ile and PMI M. Saun^^ders, well known in,nine men. In.l.untitle* Se,lletl. I.osnoM,N ,v. 22 -A dispittcii to liie^Chronwl4 Irom l ien Trien suva th it of-^lie al iiiforinatioti has b,en g veil that all^indi inuitii s to Em n|H'atis are now pai l,^witn ih^ i xcepi.ou ot MM arising oui of^tno li li intr riot, 'i he government has^strictly enjoined the pri vinciul v:c n J ^^wiihoiit reserve to pay indemnities, ad^^ding they will be held responsible for any^funhi r otuhrcaks. Mptin's N W Mllnaliy MaORIP,N^ v. 112 -Queen Regent Chris,^t ^ li fa has upprcv d tl e following uppotnt-^meuts, neci-ssitated by the res gnuiioti of^the miuislery J ^ eter-la; : Minister of^Ulterior, Sen r Elluarg.in; minister of^publ e works, L uares R.ver; iniinstcr ^f^colonies, Sablt do. The oilier portfolios^are assigned us in the last cabinet. Mretii.e;A e J ^ti raa.l. Indianapolis,Nov. 22 - Ihe supremo^council ol Mm Firtu'ra' alliance has^in journrd. Tbe place ol the n^ SI meet^^ing bus not been selected. The council^n fuaed to give the Reform l're-ss associa-^t on any endorsement. LATENEWS FROM PARIS Tilkib:ot tbe Alliance Be.istn Fraccj^and Roisii THl-J CHURCH AND STA il: Rightsof B ihcpi to Leave Their^Dioceses Ui nou: Consent^of the Minister of Justice. rAltih,N'. v. ^ ^The MMM Vnm-jm of^Si. i'clersbu g expresses the opinion that^a formal MM iween France ami l^ns-^sia is aupi-rtluoiis in v ew of the recent^Croustadt fetes, on which occasion, u^says, a community of I'reiien and Russian^i.iierests was solemnly al'.inned. Moiisiguor(ji'tithe Sola'iar I,archbishop^of An, has airive-d lure to answer the^summons of the* court of appeal, in c. n*^MMtM with the dell mt letter sent by^him to Fahere-ro, MMM of jus^^tice aud public worsh,p, iu n p y^to tbe lain r s circulars rcmiiulm.'^the French bishops tiny were no. at lib^erty to leave i tie ir ilieceaes w uhout tne^miuister's consent. The trial opens^Tuesilay. Fears are entertained ihcie^will be au attempt to make u d in msira-^tien and the iiuihoritica will take the^greatest precaution to keep or dir. Uelcgaiesof strisitig miners have^agreed to submit the questions ill eliapuie^lo arbitration. Thetor.- gu press synd.cate. under^pressure Irom the government, has ac^^cepted un obscure Russian, M. l'aulo-^vuski, as president ol that body. Thein niaier of justice has ordered a^report on the spreail of toe morphine^habit, preparatory to uiir uluctioii iu the^chambers of a b.il to regulate the sale of^m drug. M. 1'. ii iyc, poiit-cal t-cono-^mist. is authoiity lor ihe state iiu-nt that^luu.lXXJ upeiaiives hi l'aris will be without^work lining Hie picseiit winter. wenr TNMOUOH frla ice. P.llntkMull titan ItM.tv .ied lu tits V 11 ^w- ti^nsll.ver.^i ^i r m) li tit- MaMMaV LiviNi.sioN,Nov. '.2 Patrick Mona-^h.tii, a rc--p cii-,1 cu x ,i of tins c.ly, was^drowned ah-.ut three miles above lowu^yesterday alti-ruttoii. Moiiahai', who w its^a i aged MMaa bail gone up the Yellow^^stone fishing, an I on arriving at a p ^mt^win re a ledge* of rock cxu-tideil out ubout^41 feet in the water, walk- d out on ihe ice^and began ll-dimg. List night he fa I d^to r.'lurn home and a search was made^for Mm, and a hole in the'ire through^which he had sank was disco ven d i^* mg^to the thinness of the ice the party was^itfranl to venture out to where the body^had satis. Fills uiorning I'at Tieruey und^Myron (jougliuoiir seciiri*.! a boat and^forced their way out UiroitgU ' 'h; \ ^^-^and found the body in an upright post-^Hon. with Imih bands tightly clam -d^around Ibeh-liing rod. aMaatalMTIM r.aufr.^FKA.M isrti, Nov. 22 ^S-nator^Stanfcr I has isrn subpoeuaeu by the^grand jury to appear Tuesday next and^give testimony. IWi)S.OLti. IsVr-fetarisnl-in a Matter ^t Hem IInonce orof * ruelty I^From Ihe Boston I i.ni-eiIpi, YestcriiaySlmgpat, who de-lights in^paradoxes, ami eats two p ^unds or t^o of^rare* I e, fstc.tk daily, met Slnbley on the^Common. Slnbly is a serious Boatoniun,^always somewhat iu trouble about Ins^soul. The following more or less Socratic^conversation was overheardi You'regetting thin. Mi b y. Ihave taken to vegetal i inimi lalely.^' (ioodMM lis! A matter of princi^^ple f ' ^Well,not liMMMn Partly on^aeslhet c grounds. M at is so grose, you^know. Alseiyou commiserate rattle n ml sheep^more than the Stnbleian boely 7 *Ycs^i'lie ri v dls ut IM tlioiight that^he is being |M by crut-ity to annuals. Cruellyto ut^timls. Don't you think^you are ibogical^' Certainlynot. How can that be'/' Letus ook into the thu g. You do^not wish the annuals lo be- deprived of^life for your sake, eh T Precise.y.'' Hutto shut ^ creature out from living^is mre-lv us bail as to deprive it of life^ ' P-rnapt wor-e.'' Nowil all were vegetarians, few ^ atile^or 1 luff a would M bred.^^^I Ibvioiialy. Whichis lo say tint general vej-etur.^iane in w ould si.in out from Up- j ^yaof^i-xiateuce multitudes of annuals that^would attain io tliose j ^)'s if we all con^^tinued to t at meat Tliitl'sa way of looking al it. Surelythe I iilnulio way. I sk ^ your^own ease. Vou've eaten, say, a i ow arid^three sheep ihw last iwo years. I y y.-nr^vegei.-risiiism you will limit Ihe ileio.tiel^for 20 an,mills the MSI In yeuis. You^may in- said to kill IbatMl unborn. Aren't^yau going to be guilty of e rueby to an-^iiiul- *L'ulH.rti aniinala don't -i lf^r pain.^^'^No inori* do dead mi mala ^^^Hut iley have mil-red ih * ptui of^ileum. Hutdeath is oniy tne p ru d ut theend oflie HCIIlclirc i,f lite. It:Ll ^ oil ugrce th.it|| is betnr to live unto ileath than^never to have lived at all^ It'sa itssiiiiipt.ou. AllMMMpisOM! To discredit it is^tantamount lu MMsiMMBaM the Duty for^MHUM living things Antlifyoii dou'l^di.cr.ilit il your v-getariaiiisin la*^voIt.-s a gicatir cruelly to ammsis^than my add.eti -u la beef and^mutton. Now I wish well to dumb^animals. I w ish them to live ill multi^^tudes. 1 lierefiiie 1 Mi.I cat ull the gbopa^and steaks I call without n j iry to li y^digeai oii. I'm 'princip.ed' liial way.^And don't you see, Sh i^l^, that you're^locally b' tmd to cme und have a sle as^Willi me ^ ' Iin it vegetarian o*i princip!e,^ sa d^Shlbly, iipt ^sely, as ho went up tie* stc| a^to Ihe state b rusa, IIll g**d b. It line t.e. Nl.wOki.i.ins, Nov. 22.^ A Moscow,^Texts, spec a I says: Whin* ('ape but^tdgiit lung Hilly ll sck, en,,red. Ilew.ia^a stranger in thai city and ll t I been W4tf^lustiliing io Indies and cnildrap, MuiUer... ^t *^u^e il.^El.KlieRT, liul, N .v. 22. -Early this^morning Harry Fave fatsdy sli d a man^nsmed Coot rr, bis wife's paramour, tin u^i Olnmitt' d sule.de. slo(-Its el 1 ,r,l qitsltai^AlHENs, Nor. H 11 is re p Mi ilii-r.i^of ear.I o, lake were telt to-day at Pattaa,^Tripoiis and through l'elouuesus. IDAHO'S L OUCR LAW.^The ^slling of Mlla B MaM to Minors glinulil be -i' l'pe,1. sprrlslt oi rrate Dili Due t f li e Sian lard. InAlio I itv, Idaho. Nov. 20.-Peopla all^ever ihe slate are couip,uui ug Ih cause^mitnra are allowed in s.ilootia, wh to^ill-y pi ly cards, drink and oficn attend^bar. As the complaint Is il i.T. rsal, being^talked of in every city, town and village,^it m ty iiot he* amiss tor your correspond^^ent to ot*cu| y some ap ice on the subject.^F.r-t, I w ill suy that any one call put a^s op to tl,e piacticu w I.ere he* lesides, so^b ie la no t xcuse for saying that i: eujnt^IM M attended to. It is y^ tlr o* tl pr.v-^lege, reader, ii*ide*r the laws of Idaho, t ^^do so, atal ii you do not, whv should yen^complain because others f I ow in yur^own loiitsteos. Every* retail I i| I ir dealer,^on proci.r lig Ins license, must giv - a^bond in Ihe MMM of 91.000. lo be approved^by ihe board of e-ouuiy coiiiiiitsstoncrs, its^u Marat!ISO that the laws in regard lo the^sale of i tplots are otM-yml. '1 be two sei -^I o is quoted below of ill ^ law panel l.i-t^win! r, wLich was appr ^vc I on Feb ',,^HMa are plain and to tho p nut. 'liny^nr^- us follows: Si-I ii in. It sh ill Is* iml.iwr.il fir any per^s iiin. Demons to s 11 o. i;ite sway an* spir^^it, mm Mtx-iis or in.ill l,i,u its lo * minor. Any^p.r.eu viniitiiig tins se imiM gu by sf 1 MM^il, MMf, Mili.in .U It isliereh. 111 adi* tin* ilutv nf IM^ibsiii, t aiteiney, sin rill and ai SatMHak'SI slid^p, ii, ,^ i fllri-n i f iii - eoiiiity in MWlelMU -.^ktl'Wilie of BST*| tl'llal oll of this .lei, to M kg i'mplaint llu-ieof In-ioie the prep r till' utul. Tinse sections could not cover more^ground. No person^ ^helher he has a^license or not ^is allowed to sell or give^to u minor any lupior, so all who desire^to I ul a stop to minors drinking in Ms^loons or any where else, all they hive to^do is to inform the dletnet atiorm y, sher^^iff, co-istab'a or a;iy MMM edtl *er, and^such oftleer is rcipuretl, under his bonds,^to HNSff ccmplauit. Tin re is also u^law on the revi-ed statu'es, si 11 m force,^prohibiting per-ous iiiuler 1ft Irom euicr-^ing suloons unless accompanied by par-^cms or gutrdiuns. Il parents do tiot^complain lo the proper aiuhoruica and^compel Ihe saloons to stop sclmg l ipior^to their chiidn ii, ctTtuitily no one else^will. The public, generally speak,ng,^consider such things none of the.r biisi-^MMi (iir-.l.er than to coiiipluui to tin ir^neijIilHirt and friend* b cau-e the law-^is Ml t'lifotced. Let it bi- understood^lb it those who wish lb ^ law enforced cm^have the wish ^ arc.cil tut ut any nine^i,y g vmg tic* n -ce-ssary inform.il.ott lo^an i Hi er. ALLWANT THE PRIZE Dilutionsof Different Cities ifter^tbe Reparian Conreniioa. 'TWILLB= DECiDKD TO-DAY Nams of tho bpe. k rs Who Will Toll of the Creat^^ress of Thoir Ke-^Mject.va Cities. MbaOUl.ANOItb. hatoil Sltliurllu|iprlillls- ol Intt-reai MaiCity* MlMsS the MstnUrl. MtMMOtasViNov 22^A party of N rth-^tri Pacific official-, consisting of C -n-^^ i.il Superuitfinieiti K itilM-rly, Ceut*r:il^I r.tille Manag r llauiiuford, Master t ar^lliulder Hurl * r, Mf|h-rinieiiib nt of Mo-^ut i. i'oae*- Haesi-y, SutwrintemlMi ^T^J e , ,'i.ii li Ci-i-i^ii and others arrived he-re^on a special train of five cars last n.gbt^aud leit for tin- west this un,ruing. ^u-^piTUilfiidi lit K niisi-y acc^ nipatiiod tin m^over this division. Tin v arc on a tour of^inspection, u:ul will op^ n the b g shops of^the company ul Tae-oiuit. Itad Masier Chub s liuss.dl of II -I, na^la here, having ^^ ^iuo over Willi HMMMl^lend, ut It mis. y. M.M. Perl ^ f the assistuiit general^superintendent's i file,* at Tucoma is vis-^mug bis many Inet.ds here. He will^go to lluue and Helena b fore returning^home. P.M. Haynurd, of the /sfer-/.oAv, is^down In 1.1 l)^ m rsvdle. He says tliat^tin* bout encountered a Itcrce storm at^^ he head of the 1. k * In lay morning, ami^foratime s^ iu .* ol the-p.-tsae*ugers t Imtig Ii t^il was th ir i.,st 111 p. liny got tin oiijili^it all right, li ^wt ver. Acar tantsiuu g 11 ponies from the^Flathead reservati ai went through with^N i. 4 lo-ilay, consigned lo Auslui Corb-ti,^M irth Newpori, N. II. Theli .ot her and slater of Conductor 11.^A. ^ rand.ill arr.vi d Ir an llarralse , \S is.,^with Mr. Ciaii'Ull. liny will visit hut^for a while and then go lo Oympis.^Wash. Mrs. 4 i aiidull uecomp lined them^Iiom Helena. JohnS.nrr.ick of ll.-lena M at the Mi-^aoult TheCriiim l Dav ies company, wl.o will^ai p- ar ut the opera hi use mmm and^lueaday ^ vi-uings, urnvid to.titty. Or.Lander-, '1 ksiMi liiinn and olliera^are MM from Hemcr-villo ^s MtMMMi^in the Jordan miird* r ca-e, wluch MMtM^to trial for the third t me la urMMa Uli.t (In- Kmp r,.r sa.il.^I HTfatlft HtTi -.1 ll is n P irle-d Em-^p. ror tV ill.am M m irked la Ihe prt-siileiil^of the geue-rul synod apr ,p ,s * f tin* com -^ing consecration of the 1 aiuce ^ burch ^t^V* itii-mburg: ^ 1 lie Ib-furmed ctuucti^has bit^ me great under tin- protection ul^li rin in princes. If it should again r*-^i[tl ie their Sid they will Mai fail I'.^ Tie'^r. mark has excited MM h at'eniion in^llerilli. Iti I H -em. tlie t MM. Huii.n,Nov. ft -Tits .\^n i, qmmmm fjbjaM ssy, that uM gover-.m-ut Mi^i gaj iiutted witu E-igbiu l M 1 Am MM^and. it is slated, obtained their const ni^io the relt niion o! Ilar -u V ui I'l.-ch i s^pr^ sub til of the Sal, MH Coll en, I III re-^lore bit res gnatioii as iu.li Mat Hot b en aeei pti-il. VMMtticek Vl:^^VWB, Ki l-. I 'V. t% TMI Xuresa^winch leit here ai ItaV lullIglM, ran into^a freight tram a iinb- east if C f-astot t.^1 he wreck look fire, burning s^ v rul t x-^press and freight cara. Iloth pssye MMtlvi s^were damage.', .in i ll i.'.ni-er Park an I^Edward Heard, llreiiiau. were* seriotisiy^UsJttMtt, CaMM *^f tin* uei ideul uuklloa i . InI'li.lte Jiptui-se. laMfBOMaNov. B.^A Tokio tlispalch^says: 1 lie I ,pui-si g, v riniii-iil Ilia m^di rcd men i, -war to t hiatal to MMM^^I ipaneae ml jects i'i o; eu ports. There^is no MMMsM ^ f furt!.i r MSMstM^either w un the powers or (. Ion t. . - a,^ . - t llig * ,ti- BMHeUMMMiV... Nov. 22. ^ Mitld e-^bmy was VMMi by a disastrous Ure to-^uighi. Nine I MMMM blocks were^burned. 'Ihe origin of the lire at.d loss^are uol yet known. WasIUNoTon,Nov 2.' The national^republican committee meets to-morrow^morning. After organ niion is i h* cted,^the resignation of t MlM an O lay will be^acted oti aud some one* lie elected as his^Micecssor. I i the afternoon, delegations^from the various MaM deatring lo enlcr-^iaiiitheuatioii.il r pi.1*1 can envenuon^next year, wol bo t card. A member^of tlie commute** to-iugtit said^each deb-gallon will proiably b^^allow, d au hour for argument. Then^Ih - committee will ballot until a cny lie^S' dieted. 1 lie Omaha delegation has^MM Judge C. K. Scott to present^(I.n ilia's claim, t'liic.ntiati will be pre^^sented by t |4mMM Foraker.^M. j ir Mi K nicy is . xuected to^^morrow and bis support is exisected^to Materially assist Cuciunaii.^Minneapolis will be presented I y a ni.m-^i er ef speakers, each witu*h brief argu^^ment. I he ssme ru e will he followed by^U.-lroii. It is now stated ^enator iiiscock^will present New York's c.aims, assisted^by II ni. J. S. Fassi It and Senator Haw-^ley of Coniiecticut. Committeeman^l umpb-ll of illino.s will at th - proper^tune itnuouiice to tin- nut o-ial commits^tecs Chicago's willingness to enter tl.a^convention should th^* committee decide^it is the prop, r city m which to hold it.^1 be I'd i-biirg dclcg ilmn has not yet ar^^rived, tbe tram having been delayed. SunFranc.sen's claim Mill bo presented^by lb presentativ ^ Mi Kenns, Frtticis^M. N.-wlaud, and posubly others. I)-le^^gates to-night concede th-ro will be. jin^choice M first bullol, but ih.- various^d 'U g itions are bopeful tnat their cms^will M selected on mo second. Holed^I' b in-, and tne b ^ iet| lartera of the vari^^ous tl. h gallons were intensely I.vely to^^day. All ih b ga-.i s an- pulling forth their^t ff.it is, aud to-mgiit are comparing with f--iiow tislegal s ih** results of Mtaaf labn. ll is-bill ull to say which de't- gallonbat l^l^ gle.ilcst i oti lid, i t'e, fir nolleure backward in niuku g estimates^in 1 presenting statistics to back them.^Vai ions rumors of deals and combina^^tions between certain si clious, ou Inves^^tigation show no fotitidatiou. TOCACh HIMs_Lr.^A MMM Hid li ^ ^^^ MlMMi ths I .in WashiiK^on t ern -o udeuce I', tshuiit Oispatc'l. I'nlessor Carm-i's pri st ut uneiiiiou is^to 1cam something of un* apet-ch eif gor^^illas. The-M gr* at apes n-pretcnt an^id- v ited type among the anthropoids;^they are rapidly MMMkM m liiimbe-rs,^and it is ih sired lo secure a few last^words from tlu-in, at all evems, before^their kind In MMM MlMMi Accordingly,^h - proposes |M MM a few weeks lieuce for^th-.- we t roast of Africa, whence he will^make bis way into the Cahooti country,^w l'ere are vast forests, winch ail r 1 a^I,oiiio to the greatest tiun.ls-r of gorillas^peday. II-*^i^l take with him a large ,ron eag ,^conalrucled ui section, soas to Is- readily^transposed, lbs c t ^^^ is Dot ri tended^to ca't b gor.llaa in *^ i ill- ro Hrsrjf, ii^is in* it111 io keep ilium out. 1'nfissor^tiaruer proposes to occupy it himself,^h v ng set ,1 up lu lM MsMal of the forest.^It a ill lie big enough to provide h in with^ru. in to altt-p ami to study. The se-ctions^wdl M coiif^|cil by carriers lino ilia^bowing w ibii rness, whe re ihey will tsu^put together. Necessarily, the cage will^nave lo lie massiv dy bunt, m order to de^^li ut any t 11 oris that may Im* iiii .ii by ag^^gressive gorillas to |U I it apart. Illthat region tbe torests at luglit ar ^^kept in uu uproar by the howls of goril^^las. Then- are the* bachelors of the^species, who are naturally disposed to^postpone going to b tl until moruirg^while the ii...I ^ that have bundles seep^un iilireslbn guai'd at He* fool of the trees^wiu-re tie ir wives repose among tlie^b am In s, in ill* iiiit-rvais of the squall^^ing of iksMMMl tor lick of ipecac^ainl soothing syrup, lor, I'. oftss r Car^^per will ca ub.isli bis raasst and try lo^catch by ear a f^ w aurgesiioiia ol Ihe lan^^guage t in iloy.-d by 111 s.- w i tl creatures^ui shoiitti g to one another. He antic*^pates mat lie- study In- has ulready maili^ol monk- y talk will be* a help Afterati| tiling by guess the meaning^of a lew wor I-, he wol mine use f iu-in^by laking part ui the bowls biuisell. Uy^day as w* ii as l^y nigln he win make rt -^spoils* s to die yi lis aid cries of gorrtllss^that b** bears in the woods, ami he thinks^that IM litis way lie will I B abie to uuracl^certain ind.viouals, mil ^ c .iliy '.males,^biut llllll. I'reanm tb.y tiny will be^lavorably preposs* sscil w.tb so agreeatile^an atithopoid as the pr -fesaor, anil lilt:-^ittsCM may result wuiih will afford^moat proIItable ypporlu lilies for couver-^- Hi.no lb* will not veiuure out of bis^e.u-e. In WeVer. I'.ofessor(a truer will carry along with^him si.sh' I'hoiiographs sad ag.osaof^b auk rjriimiers. The pbotti grastM will^la* placed t.r u nl ih - ns.de t the cage,^with large tin l.uuipets llx -d on il.eir^di.n do .ignis and pointing ou,ward. I'any^g r i. is ,i, | roaea Ihe barrets uteloaura^and have any ri marks lo make of u bos ir aina'oi-y uaiurt, the t-iectric but- t*ries c.unrolling ilu piiouograpas can tie^turned on at a moment's Hot c , aud the^Sri id, u ten,I will be indelibly reconle I^f r tie- iipure edille*alii*'i of civil l**l lecv**^tire audi,liecs. KaMltis lights will ll-^liuuiiiat - tie t ag.*. InK ItMMaM 1 inn-.^Li'SIHiM. N 'v. 2J ^Tee i'unta corn -^apoiiueiit at I'aria says: Il la related that^I.rstiil Duke Vladimir oil vlamng the^K .Ihachiiela. was shown a vau.i contain^^ing a milliard la K las au atocks. The^gra I iluk ^ laWMMMi reit.aik d lo^Koilisclu el's son, ^-l^jn't ted ine your^lb :u is trying lo depreciate 1; ItMM se-^curates.^ ttamsar.s. U.tilruw.l MtMt^I i rm , Nov. :2 - Ihe report in Gar-^many -hat a syndicate o.' bankers bus^been formed with the ol J^ct of purchas^^ing Swiss railroad shares, has created a^sensation here. It is Mltevtd that the^pnj cl covets political des'gus.