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VOL.IIL-NO. 106. ANACONDA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1891. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ForSale. ioo-iiiipniiiiiimiLOtS-ioo 30x100Feet, Locatedin the most desirable^part of the city of BOZEMAN WarrantyDeeds, payments in^Monthly Installments of^TEN DOLLARS. Onlyone - fourth mile^from postoffice and city^hull up a gentle incline^brings one to the center of^the Prospect Hill Addition.^It can he said without ex^^aggeration that the location^of these lots commands the^most magnificent view of^any residence site in Koze-^man. It offers large re^^turns to investors. It has^an abundance of the finest^water. Its scenery is un^^surpassed in Montana or^in the Rocky Mountain re^^gion. Of all other places^in Montana it is the most^suitable from its location as^well as its advantages for^the permanent capital of^the state. It is the geo^^graphical center of Mon^^tana. It is beautifully lo^^cated in one of the most^productive valleys in the^entire country. It is a place^of permanence and its^growth will keep pace with^the growth of the state.^The rich men of to-day are^those who bought real cs-^statc and held on to it. Will^you follow their example^while there is still a chance^and purchase lots from first^hands PERLOT. $10Down and $10 l'cr Month. JamcsW.Murphy RoomNo. 6, Marcliessau ^ ValliloD Block, HITTK. MONTANA. THROUGHOUTMONTANA O'LearyDies From the Effects or the^Shot From a Policeman's Gun. WORKOF AN INCENDIARY ACabin and Content* Burned Near^Helena- Boy Thieve* Arrested^at Great Falls A Miner^Killed. S|iecialto the Standard. Hhlkna.Dec. 18.--Early thin morning^eight stack* of hay were *i*on burning on^John W. Wilson's much, hi .u l ast Helena.^Thi^ citizens of the suburb* ruidnsl to thu^lire, hut which they were unable in ex^^tinguish. They had returned home when^an unoccupied cabin on the ranch wan^m en blazing. Susiiccting iiicciidiuriani,^they formed in a wide circle and sur^^rounded the cabin in ttine to discover a^young farm lalaircr. John Glouson, in Iho^vicinity. There were threats of lynching,^but giaal onler |^rc\ailed and lie was taken^to the city. He is, pcrliup*, JU ^curk old,^and has liecn cmployid for route time at^ranches in Die vicinity of Helena. There^are said to lie suspicion* circumstances^intimating him with the fire. The hay^and cabin were entirely destroyed ut a loss ofIMMl DanielO'Leaiy. ^ho was t hot in tin1^neck by Oftli er Li^ n iici' while escaping^from the chain gang, died this afternoon at^the Sisters' hospital. The bullet had not^b^a n extracted and death resulted from^paralysis of the spinal cord. He was Ha^y ears old and leaves a widowed mother in^Chicago. He w as employed for a time en^the Great Northern extension. Just I a-fore^his dealh he said he tried to e*cu|** from^the chain gang because of the disgrace, IiK K AT I A I.I.n Mi WS. 1.1FK IN MM IHS. ItoyaArrested ftir stealing Sentenced to^the iv11. Specialto the Standard. (iHK.VTFalls. Deo. 18. Three young^ls^ys, Patrick Rcardon, ugid 17; Willie^Smith and Andy Crogun. aged about IH,^were a nested late last night on complaint^of the proprietor of the Pioneer hotel, who^accused them of stealing two valises la-^luughig to his tumrders. The valises wen!^louud on the roof of the hotel building^and their content* scattered all around.^Hans (llsen. proprietor of the hotel,^claims to have seen the boys jumping^dow n from the roof.and going there found^the valises. The oldest boy denies having^Iwcii at the place and asked for the sum^^mons of two. witnesses by w hom he say s^he can prove an alibi. Willie Smith and^Andy Crogan are also charged with steal^^ing a variety of goods from filestore of^Churchill d Webster and other places.^Both ucknow ledged their guilt and^showed i he place in w hich they hud hidden^the goods. The hoys belong to a gang of^yotitlif ul crooks vv ho have illfcsti d Mm city^for some time, autl Kill Ik- lookctl alter by^the |^^liee. PatCrogan pleaded guilty to the charge^of conveying mnrlg.c.'i-d property mil of^the state, in (lie district court tixlay. and^w ill I ^^ sentenced to-morrow. ThomasOolan wa* today sentctici d to^servo five years in state prison for com^^plicity in the Turk theatre diamond ml-^bcry case. H*I*JKelly, by request of leading^citizens, has consented to allow his name^to Is' used as candidate for alderman^l-'irsl ward, to serve the unexpired term of^A. Nathan, resigned. Mr. Kelly is a^staunch democrat and promii.eul citizen. t.tnivor if^MBT ADecision In the Noted Missoula ( hi^nrse Outrage Case. Spcrl:ilto the Standard. MlssoiI.A, l)ee. 18.- The ease of the^State vs. Jonas Fried, one of the men vv ho^assisted in the Chinese outrages of Aug.^IV, last, went to the jury this alteiuoon.^Tin1 jury remained out but a short time^and tetiuiied u verdict of guilty of bur^^glary in the first degree, and fixed punish-^incut at three years in the pen. Tried vvai^the fhsi of the live tried sonic time ago a'id^IV und guilty and was granted anew triul. The0M*f*l announces laliiorinlly to^^night that, comment ing on Jan. -. it will^Is- ismtefl as all eight-page morning paper^every day except Monday, himm ku.lkd. TerriblyIVi.n tiled Christiana^No Mope ofI.scape. Cairo,Pec. 18. More new* of the Aus^^trian missionaries, whose arrival at^1 lonudto, near Wady llafu,after t* aping^from the hanils of Mahidists. ha* been rt-^ccired. In an interview at Kon.sko,^Father Ohrwaider state* 10 F.ui-npeatia are^still held in captivity in Oinduran. These^captives, he says, are kept loaded with^manacles, often cruelly beaten, and are^so strictly guarded that they have lo-t all^hope of being able to effect their escape.^The priest say a fissl in Soudan is now^cheap. He d^*oluros. however, the people^an- tired of strife and desire the Egyptian^government of the country restored. He^avers that the dervishes are losing their^ascendency. He says they have a lag^camp at Fashoda ami their position iH^la-iiig strengthened by the possession id a^steamer, but they dale not venture far^from the Nile for fear of being attacked^by the hitherto friendly tribe*. Slatin^Hey is still alive and belong* to the Isaly^guard of Mahdi's suceeosor, but i* clo^t ly^watched. ii11.1 ok a nun man. HeI sea a Itcvolvrr With Deadly MM^lllen Out His P.rain-. NewVokk. Pec. 18. Michael Harvey,^ugtal 31, vv ho has Ih cii in the Flatbush in^^sane usyhini for some time, wa* dis^^charged t * o days ago us cured, and went^to laiard w ith Mrs. Catherine Duffy at LSI^Van Dyke Ktroct, Brooklyn. To-day, w hile^the family were at dinner, Harvey sud^^denly went ins,,ne again, rait to hi* room,^and snatching up a revolver, retunnsl to^the dining room and la gan tiring. The^first struck John Connerton in the head,^and he died in a few minutes; the second^bullet went through Samuel Dickinson's^arm. He made for a w indow and 'uni|*d^out. His sister, Mary Dickinson, was hit^next, the bullet lairing a hole in her arm.^She run out in the hallway crying murder,^anil Mrs. Duffy, w ho w us in the next room,^jumped out of the window, spraining her^ankle. While she lay moaning with pain,^tile fourth and last shot rung out. Harvey^had put tb^ pistol in his mouth and blown^out his brains. 'I he affair created the most^intense excitement in the iieiglila^rhex*l. LOW It ATI.* THIIKATLNKH. lay lient'ox Loses His Lite In Hie Cmuhlna- tion.Mine Ht III.i. I. Pine. pa*Wl^^ thu st.indard. hWOWM,Dec. 18. Hen Cox. a^milter employed at Hlack Dine by the dan-^biuatioti company, wus killed by an ex^^plosion of iHiwdcr yesterday morning.^He waa working in a drill alone, and juat^how the accident occurred will alwuya re^^main a uiv stcry. Do, tot- Heine attended^him mid found Isilh t yes gone and other^IMirtions ot his face frightfully lacerated,^and bruises all over his Isaly. He dual^this iiioruiiig and will probubly he Inn u d^here to-morrow. I'lllllpslMIIKKollllol. S'svlalto the .standard. l'lliLIIsiit la.. Dee. 18.-The Philip.Inn::^public m-ImniI closeil to-day for the Christ^^mas holiday -. w ith recitation ^. siiiying and^ot her exercises. A gn at many of the par-^cut* of the pupils wen' present and aie^|m*ui*cd to lie well entertuiiicd and much^pleased w lib the progress made by their^little ones during the pas) lew months.^Without any desire to unduly compliment^cither the teachers or trusties, it eun he^truthfully said that the Phllipsbllrg public^school, uiiilcr the present management, is^giving splendid satisfaction to every |*^r-^son in the district who is interested iu the^^a innd matters. Trouble* Set Ileal.^Sak Fraxi Isi-o, |^ec. 18. Tlio general^committee of adju tment of the Brother-^llisal of Llf ouiotive Kflgiliccr*. tinl^\^^ettli d iimieulily w ith th^^ Soiiihern Pa-^cillc company . the gn*1 aliee canplallK d ofon tie- Salt Like and Visalia dl\ iss. Acoinproiiiise was made, both sides^making colleessiotis. (omit Vnn i aprlv I. Heui.in,p^s'. 18. Kniperor William^made ( hancellor Von Capri\ i a count a* a^reward for his efforts in the successful^^aUibhsliinciit of commercial treaties. How the Alton Itoud l'ro|iosrs to^BatM on an 1 ufalr Heal. Cllhwoo.pee. Is. A rate war is alamt^to o|m n up in the Missouri river pasaenger^rules which may spread w idely. The Alton^i road bus served notice on the Western^Passenger association that unless the^short line rates from Kansas City to Cin^^cinnati v ia Chicago uic withdrawn in -^^hours, tin* Alton would make a riMluclion^| of ^2 from Kansas City In Chicago. '1 he^Kis-k Island and Atchison, ueidier of^| which has a Si. Loui* outlet to Suit In in^i Indiana and tlhio. ur^^ |Hirticulurly indig^^nant, and the mil ting to-day ended with^1 id solute refusal of the Atchison to widi-^' ilrav.-the obji'cti^iiuible rnt,^. The Alton^I uss^*rts the maiiipiilation of these cireiul-^i oits route tickets by brokers is demoralis^^ing rates. An ollicial of one of the inter-^j state roads said he would not Ik- surprixd^to sec the rate decrease to^t fioui Kuiaaus^| City to ^ hicago. IN !^l NNV MKMCO. Sllflcrlllgsot the People Nol Si t.rcat US^llcpl, te^l. Cityof Mt.xn o. Pec. 18. Rc|^irt*^from reliable sources in every state ol the^ri'iuiblic are to the ellect thtit the rumors^| of great distress caused by the famine ml^of riot ing by the im|Mivcrisheil pco|ih'. are^untrue. In Chihuahua, Piuaiigo, 7.,i^ ate-^i'As. Chiapas und Potosi the crops failed,^causing some suffering, bu* nicaattres for^the relief of tin* needv have laf n ulreaily^taken. There has Ik en no actual starva^^tion re|Mirti*d in any of these states. The^federal and state governments and pri^^vate individuals hit* iniim^iting provisions^tu supply all lieells. 1(1.IdledWith lliillela. I.ivfOak. I'la.. Pec. 1^. Juat before 12^o'clock l.'t' night a mob of alx.iit ]i^i uieii,^n run ii w ith lilies or revolvers, called on^Sherilf Potadumor. si-ixial, ov^T|aiW'cred^and took hMM MM the k^ vs to the coittity^jail, and pl.u iicr a guard over him. they^made a rush for the jail und took^from their cells tin* two uegiia-s ^us|s etisi^of tlte murder of young Huramoaa in tho^atreets of Hranfonl last week. The |n is-^oners were Isiund to tns*s u short distance^from the jail and their Ixalic.t riddled^with bullets. Hal.logthe Kate. NflNMAPld is. Dec. Is. [^MllkMMW^agents have i-eeciveil iiistructioua front^their home otfiees that dating from tiMk.y^the lales on risks on wholesale uicrcamih*^cstnblishinents will lie advunced from J^^to-10 |h r ci'iit. This advance ia to I** gen-^era! all over tin* country and ia the result^of the alarming prcvalcucv this year of^disastrous fin s in jobbing establishments.^Th* company declares that losses frami^these fires have more than uhsnrh^*d all^the premiums paid during the vcur on all^i lasses of ri-ks. i a AIt* ,111.11 llroflier. HKIKKH.K. Dei*. 18.- A dia-iatch front^N'amuer say s a slua-tnukcr naiinal Vaiideis^avers, for atteinpting to poison hi*^brother, has been seiiteiw iil to death. The^evidence sleiwed V-iuderavers has tuiti*-^deia-d tliriH' brothels and a sister within^the past two veais ami was preparing to^kill ofT the rest of the family, actuated by^a design to g,*t th^*ir sav ings.^^ - a loutc;I i- I.' ludlfted. |MYohk. Doc. ML- The grand jury to^^day n'turm*d an indictment against Kil-^wurd M. I o bi of the defunct firm of^Field, l.indly , Wciehen A Co.. cliargiii.'^him with fot*g^*ry in the aecond degiaa*.^The indietiiK in is pretlieati d on the slat*-^in* nl made b^ ikiiikers Kliailth, Nachuud^A Kulitie. t*a AI'eiiii.y I v unl i Onake.^HARRIHIIt'liii. Pa.. Dts . 1^. A \ery|a r-^eepliUe ^ artlnptakc shock was felt in this^eity and f inioiiudiug towns at IM III *^mortiiug. No iluti^.!^_^ - was done, but^lioui-cs wcie sbaki n a. by an explosion. TreatiesA^lopt^*U. VttNNV.Del*. 1^. The comilM'ia.nl^tta^ali^ s isuninittee of tie* r**ichrath to-day^adoptial tb^* t,. iitiaii. Ik lgian and Irish^tlvalies. 'St to ii and paly'^ trvaiy to 0. FEDERATIONOF LABOR Doingsof the Delegates id the Big^Birmingham Convention. BACKBONEOF THli NATION Rt.-.oluttonsPassed Tending to tho^Betterment of the Laboring^Classe* Election of^Officer*. Birmingham.Ala.. Di*e. 18. The con^^vention of the American Federation ^^f^Lalior adopted a resolution at its morning^^elision favoring a w oman suffrage amend-^ne tit to the constitution. The conv ention^refused toudopt a resolution recommend-^ing pointed action on the p.ut of the^trades union. Aresolution waa passed demanding that^no further subsidy la* paid to the I'aeillo^Mail Steamship company miles, the com-^pany dischatges all Chinese and Japanese^ill its service: also ,i la-snlutmii lo amend^the shipping act of lslMi so as to make ves^^sels liable to damages for cruelly to sailors^at the hands of officers. Inthe ul'tcrmsin I hi* constitution was^amended so ill ease of the death of the^president the executive council shall tem^^porarily (III the vacancy from its in* tnls'i-^ship.ln.te.nl of the first v ice president^succeeding as now . A pni|s^.ition for Ih**^establishment of an organ to Is* edited by^the president was voted down by an over^^whelming majority. The committee on^rules n'|Hiiicd unfavorably tie* resolution^offered h.v a Michigan delegate, prohibit^^ing the holders of political office* fiXNII^acting aa organizers. There was a long^discussion which bnnight out tin* fact^th^^ resolution aimed nt a certain sidewalk^inspector. Most of the s|s*akcrs s|aiko of^the w ise laws and givat reform* bnnight^alsnit hy the working |veoph* having their^own representative* in the legislature.^The convention concurred in the unfavor^^able report. l.ninpeiswas ill-looted president, re^^ceiving |,:m; vote- against .'.la for harlh of^Wheeling and IH (or Dcluhur of New York.^A motion to make trumpet ..' elect inn unan^^imous wu* objected toby IMogalo Hard^^ing. Other incumbents were also re^^elected. ATI. \HT. Thet ruel llase liall War Seems to he^Nearlng an iinil.^l.NPIANAPOI.Is, Pas*. 18. The eon sol id-^.tied ball leagties now know n as the Na^^tional league and American us-ociatinu,^adjourned at 4 o'clock this morning. The^two old oiganizAtions held separate Head^^ings this morning. I'laeived till.ll |a*|airts ofeomniilteea, terminated their affair*^and dissolved. Ata meeting that lasted all night Nick^Young was cli*ct,*d president, s.*cn*tary^anil treasurer of tin* new league and Cash^Philips was chosen na solicitor. The^houilipiartcrs will remain as in the old^h a,.-ii*- at Washington. The laiard ofdircc-^tors were ijru'.vn by lots and w as eoinpo..,sl^of members equally from the eastern and^wcstetiiein'iiits. The memlH rsare Brush,^of Cincinnati. Von der Alic of Si. lamia.^Hart of Chicago. Salen of Hostoti. Yonder,^hoist of Baltimore, and Scuiilon of^Washington. Preaidetit Young ha* ^el to^11 anie tin* schedule and plu.ving rules coiu-^inillce. Thenew league is organized on an iron^^clad t**n year busis and no club can Is*^dropped without the unanimous consent^of tie- clubs, including the one to Ih* dtai*^-^|h*iI, and a thria*-fourths vote is uiH'cssary^to change the constitution. The.VI |a*r cent.division of receipts waa^adopt * 11. The admission was made Ml^cents for general, and 115 coins for s|M*cial.^The arhedule pommitteo will neat the^llrst Wciliiesday in Man*h in New York. laiulslaual^emocrats. BatonKi i or. 1-i.. Pis*. I*. Tho Ad^^ams. Fanners' alliance and anti-lottery^combine convention last night uihiptid a^platform, nominated their state ticket,^provided for the appointment of a new^slut** central committee and adjoorni d^sine tin*. The platfonu adoptisl ileelan s^allegiance to democratic principle.,^praises the pieaem stale goveriiiueut.and^concludes w ith the declaration of unalter^^able op|Misitioii to lotteries and the adop^^tion nt the pr^i|h^ac^l n-v cuil* ami'lldnietila^lo the constitution. The conibtm* candi^^date* an* now in caucus mapping out a^plan of campaign. Theregular doims ratie cotiv, nt inn this^nfteniiHiii nominated Judge S. D. McFn-^crv |or governor, ami ex-^iovcrnor Hubert^WickliMe lor liciiten.itit go.ernor. A n-^ceas was then taken until iisinorrow. Tin*ilenna*ralk* caucu* ttenight uiaih'^the following nominatkitial s*ia-retary ,*f^stub*. Leonard F. Mason ; auditor. 11. ||.^Steele: sup i lutein lent of edui at ion. John^V. Calhoun : slate treasurer, (iabriel Mon-^tegut ; allorto y general, f/lgar W. Sutheis^land. Aa th' si* liomiiialiolis w ill la* eon-^flnued tieniorrow by tin* convention the^Hlato tu ki t may la* regarded aa com^^plete. _ TroubleOver Indian Land..^PlKKKK, Dei'. 1*. Ilcferring to the n-^eent dis iaion of tin* interior d^|Nirtiueut^that half lire* d* are not entilhsl to the^rights of Indian., the half bns-da aaacrt if^this is upheld ih^ necessary numls r of^names vv^* not seeunsl for iho o|a*tiing of^the gri'at Sioux n'w*rvati^m at the time,^anil the o|a lung was illegal. A large^liumlrt-r of tilings on Indian allotmetiis^wore made to-day. N't si-rious trouble vet.^though some mi'i.iw men run the white,^off the claims w ith guns. Lor ^ le.l.-.l Unite. Dtnv'i R. D*s-. Is. Tivsips hav e Ims-ii or-^densl to ( leslcd Unite, and w ill leave a-^aoon as possible. latterNo foundation is know n foi the^re|s^rt tun- lit to-day that irtsips were **^^llensl to l 'n*atvil Hlllte: on the contrarv .^n*|sirta to-night show the strike there i.^Hearing tin- ^ tel. AOame Kcper v| urili*red. Dt'BLlN,Dec. 1K. A game k^*^'|M*r named^Mi rrigan. in the s,-rv ice of ('olonel Plow,^was fotiinl MHfdered in the wisais near^Mary lamiugh. tjin i us etwinty. tixlay. lb*^waa shot in tlie back of I he head, vv! I*^^citing a rabbit trap. AHI.I II LKOM LONDON. TroubleBetween Kranee and Ituluaria^Other UMH t'opytL'titIWI b^ New \ ^rk Aa^*^'Uted Pre^^. LiiMKiN.Dia-. 1*^. The rupture of diplo^^matic nlationa la'twccn France and Bul^^garia on the pretext of the expulsion of^the French journalist Chailoiiine, now^pnwe* to he the initial step of the French^diplomatic scheme in a-k the sultan to^us*' his suzerain right* to interfere in^Bulgaria in Kussia's iiitcri ^i. This devel^^opment is no stirpri. c to l^iril Salisbury'^and his diplomatic allies in Vienna and^Berlin. The Austrian govt Turnout i*^proliublv acting in conceri w it h l.onl Salis^^bury and Von Caprivi. si*|iisirti,sl by^tlieBnlgariaiiliiire.nl. The Si. Petersburg^/vr.iiiu'afi. alter suggesting that ii is poaai-^siiile Fntnee. failing to obtain isit iafac tion,^may bliN'k.td*'Bulgarian |sirts, .ays Rus^^sia will pmtest against the ap|s .iranf Frenchirolli lad-la*fore Varna or Boiirgu..^If liihot** polie) results thus, the |^'uce of^Kuniia* is ov er. Asa coiiiitetx'his'k to the tits*m! gam*'^pla.ved lo win over the rural districts, the^exis'iitiveof the conservative association^has urraug**^l a serie.. of agricidlural coii-^li n llces. Mr. Chaplin, having got the^promise of the Ircusury for live millions toia- llsetl ill ta-gimiing the o|m'raltetl oT hisland scheme, cull effectivcly induce^some rural aup|a^rt. t otisrrv ativ ^ organs^an* trying to educate the British public^into BWapproval of the p.vrliamcutarv^grant raising the iiiisime of the recently^atliancial llitke of Clarence and Avondale^to 4t'^i.t^tin y early. The i|tieen, it is under-^*tood, w ill not consent to o|mti the coming^session of put Ii.uncut unless the cabinet^assents lo taking the risk involved in^bringing forvvaial the pMp ^s.vl. Tin- min^^isters uic iiiiw illuu* to go further than lo^pro|sisi* a dower for IViiiooss Victonu^Mary, or an anuuit^ of **^ aa a mar^^riage settlement. The radicals w ill uu'ia-e^ton moderate dower, but to no furllier^grant, and if the government venture* lo^ask for a *|m*eial pioviu lor the duke theop|s*sitlotl Vote Is reckoned at lio againstthe incisure. This w ill take cor^^diality out of ih** grant. OlT ON A ST 1111,1'. 0|eialors ot Hie Nurt Ii m ,-atet 11 sy.ti-lll^Have fail.** lo CuniplalM. '^Omaha. D^v. Is. An onler was sent out^.vesicixlav to tclegrai h opciators working^for the Fremont, l.lkhorn ,V Missouri Val^^ley lasid notifying the men dial thev MMiat^leave the thdor of iC.tilvva^ Telegrapher* orleave the services of IhIllpaliy. This iiiorningt|u* sii|s rlinendi nt or the ro.ul^n'eetvisl a reply of several or the men n*-^fusing to ola-y the onler and trouble ts^^'x|a.'tisl. Chief ^I hursioti oT the railway^telegniphiT* has Is en liotitliMl and the^matter will Ih- brought Is'Torc tla* local^halge to-night. It is said similar onlers llUVI'la-ell sent to nil Hlell laiiploVI.I oil entireChicago A Northwestern system. Itwas 1111 l i ^ i * * I tin * aft, i'ii'miii that the^strike was ordensj on i V i.lktuu u. l.u,^Rtiperlntendetit SfcFarlatid nports the^men all at work, ami no sign, of trouble.^l,*m al otlleials of the Telegrapher*' bro'h-^erh*m*l say the oflleer* of the lis al hslfcte^an* satisflial that the Northwestern nut-^leiiiplatea general ^arfun* on the older.^They ..av organized telegraphers will^stand by cuoh other and if itiemlaTs an*^disch.iigcil. a strike will la* onlt*reil. wmnrTm hub. HeWill Llillst the Power of IlieVlu.c. Inthe VI nrld'a I air.^Chum.o. Ik-e. is. I'n sidetit Bonncv of^the world's fair auxiliary has map|a*d out^an Mlaye and ceinpn hensive literary^*eh^*me in t*oniu*ction with the world's fair^cotign'ssi's. He ha:^ M'lit itiv itat i^*na to f.i-^moiis men of letters of all countries ask^^ing them to prepare i s|m*cia||v for the con^^gresses some contribution of prose or^viim*. It is cx|m etial to have songs ami^verae* front lheablci.1 of A.iutn . F.uns*^|HMti. Auslruli.ilI Ann in .in wiileia. Thethreat 1.liken.^DttUOIT, Dec. is. When the deep^waterway, convention n-ua-.ciiihli-d this^morning tin* t*omimltcc on n*a*^lutioua in-^trialiMtal a memorial lo congress ilrging^that lssl^ to author.ze the iiinuialiate mils^uienci'iiieiit ami *|**ody cotupleiion oi an^unobstructed eh.nun I, not le.s than H^fis-t in de(iih and of sitlTlciciit widih^through the lake, and their cotill^*cliiig^water. Is-twis'ii Chicago. Dultlth, Sii|a nor^and Buffalo. (ejected the IH ill.^W vsiiim. n^. \Uv. 1*. The bun .ill of^American republics is iiiforiu**d that the^congress of Bolivia, by ,i majoiiiv of one^vote, roj^s ted the tn-aty made with the^new government of Chili. In this. Bolivia glinitial t hill the exchlsiv ^ and |a'l'|M tllal^right of aoveicigtiiv ov^Tth^' province of^Cobija, which has ls*eti in |M^sscssiiiu of^Chili since the war with Ik In ia and l'i i i^ill HM. IVa a Hold I hl. f. PlTrsltfRii,Pa., lbs*. Is. Main! In^o'eliK'k lo algllt, a* Willi on Wilson waa^preparing to close his jewelry store ill^Fourth avetine, a thief fa-ten,al tin* door^on the outside, smashed the window with^a coupling pin. aeixial a trav ol diamond ,^colilailltn : ^.!.'^^^ worth, and Ml ais d. VI*.lioi for Son.nil sustained. JMMto the standard. IlnlslI ITV, Idaho. I lee. Is. In the c.I e^of (illpin \tin* Siena Vivadu Miniiuf^Banpanv. for **.'^i^.izo duuiuir***. a motion^for nonsuit made by counsel for tho de^^fense was sii-t.lined. a 1.,-neralRati I're.lded. lAVMBiBee. 18. f.cn. John C. New.^I'llilcd Mali a eol|s||| pMMMit plT-ii|eil It^llie nntlllal b.lU*|UCt of the assis t.itffill of foreigncou-uls last eienuig. Memts'r.^of I In* 1/an Ion corporal ion and other pmm-^llll lit (s i - ins wcie present. Iteielver % |i|*ol llte,l. Wv.hi m^ i ^^^*. P^a . IS. | he rm|l|il laillcr ofcurn'iicv IimIu.v ap|suiuis| Fiaaleiuk^V I' i'.iIv of l.o. Au.'ide- iiri iver of the^I .diloinia Nut'oiiul Uink oi HmI Diego. sIn11lo lleslli. IfBMBAJI,Mi s., |i.e. Is. The mm^vv ho iissnultcil Mr-. Baiighon Wmm**|^wa. taken from the -hcrill^. |.i...e last^ll.i.ht and shot to death. a^Tackled tlie King and tllleen.^OHUIMBi Der, Is. Ikilh the kitlK undipus-ti ot Denmark ate suffering from illlllletiza. ONLYA WOMAN'S WILL Howa Sensation Was Created in the BlaineDivorce Case. SHbT\LkLU AS SHb WISHtD AFnond of the Wlfa of Jamea C. Blumi. jr.. AstoniGhes the Son^of tho Noted States^^man. Ni1W ton, D. e. p. A very dramatie^in* Idafal enliveni'd lh^* Blaine divorce pro-^cisslings in pn gre-s at the office of Rcf-^croc l^onl yi*stenluy. Mrs. James G.^Blame, jr.. arrivisl wuh her friend, Mr*.^I Igden Dori'inua. sin* did not know that^the law gave her husband the right to ha^present. W hen she saw him there, though^she hail not met him since she bid^him gisal bve at Bar Harbor three^v*ara ago, shs controlled her surprise^so well her companion never suspected^the man w ho rose as the;, entered waa the^ih-rsoii in ijuostion. Duringtin pnaeiahngs Mrs. D,.remit*^got into such a stale of mind that she^looked around for some sympathetic |ar^^son. Tu tin* |a rson next to her she said: I he man in this case n a s^ oundrel^and a lailtrtam. *'Dovoii know whom veil are talking^to^^ '.napped ih^ illdiv idil.ll addl*^ -sell. Nii.^ she rcpliial. Well. I aiu Mr. Blaine. Mrs.Doreimis Hushid slightly and then^coniiiiind ipiieily ami witti increasing^elil)ihas| ^ : *'| did Hot know yiMI^were Mr. Blaine when I s|^.kn^but I 0'|s*ut now. ,i man who would ahan*^^don not only his wife but hi. in:u^ . nt^chilil al the dictates of Ins father and^*'liou't mention my mother'*^name.^ bur *t in Blame. Sinceyott have mentioned it,^ calmly^coiitiiiiii d Mr.. l^orenins. ^| will add. or^his mother, is a paltn.Mi and a s^oiin**^dnl. Blaineh id nothing hajnly to reply and^the pusaagc al arms came to an end. IMIIt.X\XT I tXtlll tNX. TrouldeIn the fulilli il | Irrli ^ Across tha^llonler. I, i uic. l^i*o. Is. Monster muss mi*et-^ilig. are Is iiig organized by hiatal*^throughout the province. The police ale^ill rcudiuoaa to march lo lie* official resi^^dence of die lieutenant (t^e.ertiur to pro-^bat it against aiiv ho. n'.c deinoiistrationa^that may he made. Thecitizeiia of St. Kia-he and St. Lav-^^^tier e |s . i.dly arc ladling with indigna^^tion. Men il l' has made public In. views^on the imliiicat situation and puis*^lish'al fai|-res|wii'.il**nco Iw'twectt hmi-^self and the lletilcu.'.iil jpivenior,^1 and the uitorfm report of the^ro.v.il couimisaion. This ta*|s*rt legiela^that certain isirr*i*sfaiiiilen^*e was not pro*^ilit. i d. and coiicludcs ih.tt it is not proved thatMen ti r knew of the existence of U* lairgon la-twis'tt Aiinstiotig ami Ducaiid,^and the gentleman iha-lan-a he was lauie-^filed in no w .iv Ibi-ri'bv. It is sigmal only^by Judges Baby and David son. Mender,^in Ins dual reply to the lieutenant gov-^ei nor. tolls the latter he has had the ouda-^* it^ to do what the ipos'ti would never^d ne to do in laigluiid without provoking^a la-v nil!! loll, least citizens say he must^admit then* is ,t limit to tyranny,^and a man. though he may h.iVo^Ins ii prime minister, is not a slave.^Men ier characterizes the report as that of^^two ikurfisuna Inun whom yon have^dragged unjust ami unfounded opinion*,^iilti gctlier informal and without legal^value, containing gratuitous iiisull* to^your i x-miiiiiiister. sup|sirt.al by a^great majority of the legislature/* Mer-^cier chargi s the liciiienaiit governor w ith^a iiorsoiial and autiaratie goveniment^w hich Ii iv ing i ari'ied out one of tho most^lalioiia coiispiraciea i-vit entenal into^ugainat lln* i niistitutjofiat liberties of a^in c |. ople. He taunts the governor with^a desire in place |aiw**r in the hands of^|sdiinal friends against all nilcsofdi-^eem ^. and w ith traiiijiling utiiler fisit the^dignity of th^* crown. The govi-rnor's eot,-^iluct. I,e sav a, put. |ailiii^*al institutions in^j. ^ipardv. He n-fi'is to the Pucihe ai'ati^^dal ami charges the governor with^sup'Nirtmg the then guilty minister*.^^To-duv, ' sav s he, ^voii ola-y the will of^I'l-dci-al l'niiie Minister Ablaut, who wu*^himself a distributor of this hrit*-ry^money lo the ministry- I will try to undo^v our nefarious w ork vv ith the assistance of^my colleugiies und |ai|itieul friends.** Inclosing Mi n n r say*: ^Voii will^shoitlv laaeive from Ablaut, voiir lua-ter,^the price of your nutioiial tnacln ry, and I^shall go la fore the |a ople and nss'ive a^new muiidaie wha h will enable me lo re^^sume the |awition from which you have iII i x ell inc. TooTough to llie. pii I ^i to th^* st uidard. Mns,on. 1,1.dm. Ik.-. |.. The condition^of the \u ba-w . laiys, who vvclx* ^|iot^Wcducadu) night, remailM a'siut the^same as ix'|s^l'!*al la.i night, ticrtbldid progtas-uiy ulrely, but Will's condition^n mains ^ citic.il. The bullet lialgcd iu^Ins gi'oin. ami w ill la* allowed to rcuiaiu,^us no ill ia ,ults will art.,'. ^ e MMCollision.^TvM vrk.nii, P.i., Dot-. 18. A collision be^^ta,a ti two freight trains in a tunnel on ih^^^Heading natal near lo re lust night, re^^sulted iu tin- fatal injiiiv of Kngiii^*er 1i - ll, I' Old the |Mlllflll WoUUllillg of * fcW otherIruiniucii. a^ i vli'KlnlevImproving.^I tviiin. i lino. 11.au is. Then* is great^improvement in the conibiiou of McKtu-^le.v lis,lay. He is not aide lo see caller* vet,how, .er. N.ue.iMetaa itead.^LMMB, Dee. I-1. Tlie Right Rev .Kak.^wanl Harold llmwne, D. D., bishop of Wlllchcater.is de.l'l. Twoyoung men m ar Los Angeh-a, Cal.,^an* rapidl) making a fortune slaying^raayott l-isi Vprtl Ibry wen* not worth^|SU, bin now ihey lia-, SkTUiilo their endit^iu I sink., and they an* adding ahout 9U0 m^we, k to then ik |s^.sit. \t Ki a sculp there |lniilti mi le v iii tltltipillg Hid sbiauing coyotesthan iu glowing gram or fruit.