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ANACONDA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 189:. PRICE FIVE CENTS. i I I ForSale. joxiooFeet, Locatedin the most desirable^part of the rity of BOZEMAN. WanantyDocd.s, payment:, in^Monthly Installments of^TEN DOLLARS. Onlyoik' - fourth mile^from postoftuc and city^hall up a ge^ftlc 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 Bozc-^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^(^I permanence and its^growth will keep pace with^the growth of the state.^The rich men of to-day are^those who bought real es-^state and held on to it Will^you follow their example^while there is still a chance^and purchase lots from first^hands PERLOT. $10Down aid Sin lVi Month. JamesW. Murphy RoomNo. 6, Mdrrhessau 4 Vailiton Block, MJTTR,MOM 1 ana. AMONTANA COLONEL SandersSucceeds id Astonishing a^Newspaper Reporter. WANTEDHIS FAMILY HISTORY NormBut tho Learnad Must Ap-^Droach the Great Unelected^Other News From Wash^^ington. 'W1*1 th* stamlapl. W.v-Hi.Ni.TON.Dec. Sanders is one^of the ^knowing^ men at ^ lie capital. He^wa* ^talked^ 1^^ to-day by u new reporter,^who desired to interview the great nne-^locted. Would^ 011 have any objection to let-^tins Me know who yon are^^ ejueried tlie^ooloaaL Hereis ni^ ^^anl. Thnnkyou, hut even MM doesn't give^111c the infoiiiiitK.il I am looking for.^Where were ^ou boiii^ Who was your^father, or who no* your mother J Did^either of them ever do anything rafett-^tate.l to earn the applause of men T fiiil^you receive all the benefits which are sup-^notiet] m spring from a common school ed^^ucation, or was knowledge pumped into^y ou from academic aud collegiate sources'.'^Are vou bright mentallv. and doxouknow^how to transfer your impressions to pa-^net^ Hjvo joii accomplished anything^which would fairly entitlf yen to a icaiou^able amount of renown ' Thescribe xvas dazed. 1ask you these thing*.^ continued the^eolonel. ^because I uni very much in ear^^nest. Why should I be interviewed by a^man of whose ability or lack of ability I^know nothing'.' 1 might talk to you most^entertainingly. might conversationally out^^shine historic chatterers and promulgate^idea* ^^n which fortune and nations might^be uprearcd. hut all this could avail me^nothing, and if you were -excuse the term -achump- I should appear like .ifool;^but, if you are brainy and keen, witted^and able to write, it wouldn't make much^difference whm I an id. 1 could lie as dull andas prosy as Senator. No. 1 won't mentionhis name, aud you would heahle^to ho sketch my conversation that^the world would admire and say. ^What a^statesman !' It doesn't make much dif^^ference what the man who It being inter^^viewed bays, the main |^omt is the inter^^viewer; iliat'a why 1 insist oil knowing a^IWIMJWMM before 1 talk to him for^publication. Thereporter will need to rest a week^before trying the colonel again. THORNDYKE-SHERMAN. Nsrrlageof the Daughtet ot the v'oiert^Henersl. W\sHiMvrnv, Dec. .ai.-The marriage of^Mic Rachurl Mimmw. dnughtev ol flwi. W.T. Sherman, and Or. Paul Thenidyke^of Roston was solemnized at high neon to^^day at the residence of Senator Sherman,^in the MJHMJ of a large number of^friends, relatives and high officials fmm^here and all parts of Mm coimtrx. Father^Sherman, hrothei of the bride, jierforinrd^the marriage ceremonies. Afterthe ceremony a re* eptinn was held^and the guests par look of a neddiug break^^fast. Among llioso present were Prc.-j^dent and Mrs. Hailisc-ii. Mrs. McKee.^Viee Pit siilent aud M .. Morton. Scop-^tary Blaine, Mist. Blaine. Mr. and Mrs.^Datnroscli, Secretaries Rusk and Tracy.^Senator and Mi's. Staufonl. Mr .1 uIimii and^l ady Patmcefote. Cisurra I Alexander and^Xduiiral and Mrs. Franklin 1 I I AmericanForestry Association. WaHlNfnoN. Dec. -The American^Forf dry association elected officers today^for the ensuing year as follows: Presi^^dent. William Alvord. San Francisco;^treasurer. Henry M. Fisher. Philadelphia :^recording secretary. Dr. KfhVston. Wash^ington: corresponding secretary, Edward^Bowers, Washington. Vice presidents^from several states were reelected with^a few changes. Before adjournment MM^^lutwiis MM adopted expi'ssing it a* the^opinion of the association that opposition^to the establishment of public timber re-,^ervatioii:. arises from misconceptions as lo^their objects and manner of their manage^^ment iis io the result of efforts of individ^^uals toi private gam, without regard in^publu welfare. The resolutions asked^that more attention be hud to the study of^forestry in the high sell.Mils and apt (cultu^^ral colleges of Hm country internal!History.^W v-iiim.ion. Hoc. Tlie meeting of^the Americaii Historical association was^contlliueil to-day. A larg* aiiilience lis^^tened to six |^apers on \merican history,^two of w hich were leail by ladies. Miss^Mary Parker Folleit. Harvard annex, road^a MMSV on Hi nr\ ^l.n. ^ I he Farlicst^Texas^ w,is the aubicct of a |^apei hx Mis.^I,. C. Harby of New York. Rertptoiii v Treaties. Wxsiiifn.rox. Dee. K^ ^ ipr.y-nv ar^^rangements w ere signed to-day by So Cre^^tan Blaine wnh the oiinistcrs of (iuiite-^ni.ila and Sab udoi. for then; respective^* onnti ies. Thi' arrangements * ith dilate,^mala mmjm the MJMI al of lb^ oongi-es*^of that counlry . but it i-expected th^' ar-^tniigcnicnt* with Salvador will go into^op. i it ion Feb. I next. T..Balp tl^ s^|,||,,. WyMiixoioN.Dec. :m. Tlx- DbMm]^^ I 11-i ian commission adopted Hie leport^^ ^f ilic MMJMjiNM in favor of th. i haplain^ior every army po-t occupied by two or^Mlt coii.|^aiii' s : the erection of a library^building ami the i real ion of a library ami^the expulsion of all all olioln diinks from^military reservntious. .on l Martial Onhoeit.^WAMUMN|r^ Dec. 3(t.-The presiilent^t.edax ordered a MM liinin.il to meet at^Cleveland. Jan. 1''. for ilie trial of Major^Overman on a charge of financial irregu^^larities. tnrmallvOpeneil. Wt-.HiM.in.x-. H.h :*u The handsome^building recently riix-tcd for the arirx and^navv was formally opemil to-night with a^brilliant lecrplion. Those piesctit in^^clude il President .111*1 Mrs. Harrison, mriu-^N is of the cabinet and a large number of^members of the diplomatic voips. CHINAAND JAPAN. Reportsor Rebellion anfl Riot In Ihe^l.snrt of the Heathen. SanFr ancisco. Dec. ,^rt. The steamship^Oceanic arrived from ^ hina and lafJM^this afternoon, bunging f'hinese advice*^to Dec. ^. and Ja|xain.^^e advices to Do-.^In. Adv ices from the scene of the salt^tax riot at Nlekhuea. are to the effect that^the general commanding the government^forces has issued a proclamation to the^tow n people to MMMM business, as thev^need fear no MOtl trouble ftotn the leliels.^The latter to the nutnlver of ;W0 have^fortified themselves in a small town^some distance from Tekhm. The x io MJJ^objocts to the proposal of the general of^the imperial foix cs that he bombard the^town, as the viceroy fears innocent i^er-^sons may siiffir tlieiely. Tin^ vieeiov^nt oiuinendcd a ^iege of tin place. \n^official iv|s-irl states that .jHOrebels and K^i^of the government troops were killed or^wounded in tlx' Tekhua engagement. Tl' \^nih Chum .\oo savs foivigu con^^suls at llank.ii have made a joint protest^to the viceroy, (hang li tilling, against^tlx Huuun publications and placards.^Rc|*^rts of a massacre of Christian - at^Kinchow in Mancliuiia. noi lar fi-nm Ni w^Chang, have been receive^l. hut wt*n^ not^generally credited. Wordhas been iccoivcd that the ludi.ui^marine steamer F.nterpri*e. with a ^ re^ ^)^77 men. foundered off the port of Blan.^on the Am,in islands. Nov. J, and only s.\^men were tared. SUCCESSFULBRITISH. Ttonpsllelrat Trlhcs Xi mi the HMlll^of Cashmere.^C ti.ctTT x, De^-. Ml .Dispatches from^Gilgil say the British have advam 1 1^close to the borilcr- ot ^ ashniei*e. ftoni^whie h vv ill be the base of the operation,^of the British ton M operating against Hie^Hunra ami Nacar tribes. The advam.^movement recently ma igui-iled liy tlx^British was entirely successful and the^town of Nunza is occupied bv the advance^oxliimii. No opposition vvas offered by^the tribesmen, they having Iw-en tboc-^oughly tlefented in several engagements^which hitherto iK ciirii'd.anil submission M^British authority is now complete. The^Bt'ithish will now lie able to finish the^construction of tlie nsid from (iilgil to^Painpirs, vvhiili the HMJM and Nag.n^tribesmen snupht ^o pr#'\*-nt, ami this,^upon completion of the road of Cashmere^to Gilgil. w ill afford easy mean* of access^for the British to Painpirs. the countiv^now in dispute between (neat Britain.^Russia aud Hnn i. The state of lluuta^lies on MM southern slope of 11mdookoosli.^back of which Ilea the Painpirs country ,^an elx-ated table-land know n as the ^h'oof^of the World. WORDSOF ^ TRUTH. WhatIs Katd In London Tapers About^the L iilteil Mates and I aaada. LogDON,De^'. The Troth, Lahou^ehtro's papsa- P'ihbsbe^ nn article on Canada'sFuture.^ as drawn out by the^troubles in ihe province of Quebec. Tin^T'rufJk says it is the manifest destiny of^the Dominion to Ixoeomo a new t'nitcd^j States or to become ail.o lied to the gn n^republic. The change is inev itable, and^I the sooner it occurs the lien* i. Thcctuin-^| cipatioii of the Dominion and its ah-^i sorption by Ihe L'llitcd States vxouM^hi- a Ixenilil to C anadians and al-o io^' Great Ri itaiu. Such a i ourse xxcoibl re^; licve Great Britain of the im essily ol en^gaging in transatlantic sipiabbles m^[ which she hasuoconecru. It MHlf] MjMa^^oxer gixe ( anadianr the energy xv hieh no^mere colonists can |^o.sscss The only siil^fej-ers x% itlkfl Hal Indians, who xxill lie^transferred to tlx- tender men ies of w hat^is probably the most cnn iipt and iin-'.illy^institution on earth-the W e llington In^^dian bureau.^The pa|^ei further says that ^ anada oik*^j fiee. Australia would soon follow. The^talk of Australian loyally to the Bntish^crow u, Tniih savs. is all buncombe. Ki'stlxe4.hunt Uanceis. ForTRino. Doc. o.'i.^The messiaheraie^has broken out afresh among the t'hex^rimes and Arjpahoes. ami no little anxiety^is felt. While it is ipiiel enough near the^leserxation huililiii_'s. dlin ing has kMj^going on among the lulls foi several xlaxs^and the cru/e is apparently spreading.^The leader* are Whirlwind ami Old ( phi^of the f liexennea anil l eft Hand. Ix .nl^chief of the UMMMbM. \t first the gath^^ering xxas small, but the Indians have^been streaming into camp until now there^are from 1.0UU to 1.200 pic.^ lit. Thevileclare that the messiah. who is^to expel the vvliil.'S aud who vx ill bring^back the buffalo and restore the hunting^gri^iinds is ^on coming, and the ghost^dance will la kept up (lay and night visit^ I^he arrives. Rumors have ^-ome in from^Walker ^ lake. Nevada, inciting the In^diant to activ ity and predicting I he cat ly^ariiearunee of the mes^iah. The ghosi^il.ini'* goes on day and mght. thr huh ins^lieing dlvi'leil into relays, one party reliev^^ing another as fatigue MMMMI them.^All arc provided with ghost spirits and^seem terriblv in cat nest. Scouts rcpor'^wihl whoop-, could la- heard all dav MJgaMS^day and last inglit from the lulls vv lien ilie^trifles h.ive gatliereil. As yet the excite^^ment has not reached lli'' Cnlll.llliiir.. hut itis feared thev too max Is-come involved. |'1 hi- is i-egatdcd as a s' i inu. danger, as the |Couiallclies haxc an ample siipplv^ponies, in which the' hex cures and Ara|s^ah^^es are deficient. All are well auied Iwith WiiK'hest.i^ atnl revolvers. I n!i. ^^cx|m iieixed In Indian vvaifan an- not ni-^clhicd to think llial any serious online..k^will NMJf at pie-cut, as the Indians ha\ Ia In'ni ii of xv inn i ^ imp aigiis. Inn the ^ x^ci'ement may cause tlain todep.nl from^their usual pi c in e. I~~7' \~ . Trr*pM.iiig on Piililli I anils. MlKXtllAPlItIs. !^,^^. .111. | he gov ^in meuiev|Militiou whii h ha* kMM llllrsxetl^gating the stories of i' i -[in -s.iig on gov-^faTMMMM llniher lamls in Northern Nfintie.^s^ita, nn Ihe hxaiiidat-x. has returned aflM^.i suci easfnl cx|a^dnioii. Iinli-i'in idl.^ev id^.|i^ e was found of i-xten^ivi tie MM -^nig on ^overtuneii* timta r land*. Spain's^ew larlti.^Manttin. D^i. Wt, IW new tanft^adopted bx the cabinet, and w hich is lo he^published on Inn. 1. iiup^ xes pi olubttiv i^duties on alcohol and sugar. It relieves^the present bunleu* on rail* and railw iv^matcliaj trtutialL). LEADEROF THE GANG HigbiraymtuSiy of Nitso^ri Arrested^in California. A WBM f^Rf,AM/Hi R^Nf Detectives Capture ihe Robbers^That Surprised tlie Agent of^thr Adams ExorcasCom-^panv at Clencl.ilc. ST,I ot is, Dec. The leader of the^gang who lobbed tlx Vdani-' I xpress^agent at (ilendale the night of Nov, 30,^together w idi tlie female ac. on plice. are^nii'ler arn -i in San Frau^ IMA ind the^capture of the remainder of the gang^seems only a question of lime. 1 he leader^is Adelhert S. Mv, a noted ex-Missouri^loiiviet. The latest seins of exploits by^Sly and hi* gang lieg.in w ith I he robbery^of an ' Unaha stp ei car batu last o^ tolxrr.^In the same month thex niblied tlx KM^^sast'itv street car kirns. Then came the^rohherx of ihe Pacific l\pi^ ^ - . o i.panv^on die Missouri Pacific near ^ hnah i. Nov .^4, and the American Kxpti ss rouipan.x^near Western I inon .luiiciion. \\'is..^Nov. IS, In all of thes^ :-lv was the^leadci and the engine ol w ir^^is ahnia.1 inxauablx dvn unite, \fier^the Weslcnt 1'nion -lunctioti iol^-^herx. William Pinkeiion h und that Sly^in lss,.. vx liili. in the duplex of the Ainen-^nan txptci ^. iMiii|i;iin it si I, . . def aulted^e-illi a (linkage ^ ontalniug t- oim After^a long scan h he was MMPsM MjM] in i di^loima. IP-vias it luined to Mi-sonri and^semen'ed to ev en v e^i^. in the Missouri^pcnileiltiarv . I hi bt ing released from lie^|a iiitenliai v. he ass's iated bilMMlf with a^gang of rough burglars, then hcadrpiai-^lers bring Kansa., f 'lty and Omaha, A^ipnei in vest iga I ion la'gan ami Sly was |o-^'ateil in M. I on: . a h vx il.iv. previous^to the I,lend,iIn robhrix. u In uig^thought he wis coiiiHcted with the^Western I'uion Juuctioii MjMMfrir,^t hief Harrigaii li*arue^l Irom a futuituie^dealer that a hous. on Swan avenue had^been littiNl up for four men and one^w oman. The gnnn dis-ipi* an d |MM)tlM^house three days alter the Ideudale mh^| berx. leaving the furnitnic U luiid them.^Their baggage xx a - tiaeed to the MMSt,^thence to Omaha, where Ilie paitv split,^taking different route* wi a lioinile.^scription* of the fugitives, no doubt vv.c.^left in the minds of the mJMm and dctec.^lives Sly xv as their leader. Sattiplax last a man answering Sly'sde-^m-ription w a-, arp stcd bv Robeit Pmkei^ion in the I,.,s Angeles p,i tofflce.^He denied his name w a* Six . sax lug it w ,is^A. S. iM'tifoli. Thai i linchisl matters^^^ly^ full name it Xdelhert Denton Sly.^In Ins po. wssion was lonnd t-.Hf. a lot ol^yeruoual pro|^erty antl the watch taken^from Messengi r Mulix mi.in ^f Hie Ad on^F.xpnss at Glendale My's ani'st wa^kept nuiet until to-^lax with a v h vv of get^ting i onic of the balance of tlx MjMJ Thi,^hope was |xartially re.ih.'d trsday when^a dispatch from S in Flam n-co announced^that .i MJMJ cdling hcr .lt MMMjeg^Watemiari. who tlie detectives suspect Is onuected w nli the gang, was .up.steil m^that ^ |tx to-day . TM ofherr* feel ^ onfl^dent now that it is a eoui|airaiivelv i-.i-v^task to secure the rest of thi'g.iug. s|v'.^axoxxreil ambition n to be a sccnil .li-.y^^lames, but aside from lu^ daring and ut^^ter ilisrcvraitl ,.f distimtion ,if MMM al^boon. In* most notable cluuaeici isi |e |ahw^smgul.iily iibatemimis liabils. I'lthermen that MR M Ml i.ilel villi^My in the robfw rx are ,h|u.iIK d^ ^|ierale^and as well know u io the pnllee. Milium^Redapetli. whose wife or tnistre** to-day^was arrested in San F'an^ isco. wa^^Hist . .iui'^ led willi lie affair by^the local deieitixc. i nder I'lnef^lle^mond. AiKitlx r man whom the detec^^tive* w mil for the rohherx . hut w ho i^ s^jl|^at large, is I.. K. WiUon ot I IMjMMs 1 '^ ^ti^of noturiciis i l aracti-r. vv ho I'ii laeticon^reined in several affairs, fun alw.i . . man^^aged lo e ^ a|M' from pi ison. THKFIGHT IS ON strugglingbo Ihe sm m the s#n,ie Made^Vaianl ^^^ thr Heath ol l lniiil. ToPUvv.l'ico |)ie siniggl. for ap-^|K^inlineut io the vacant ^ ui t'ic Cumd^State* senate caused bx Hm 4V htk of Sen^^ator Pluiiih has d^ v ^ lo|ad mi.. ., disgrai ^^lid scramble. The 1 arnMra' illiaixe.^tluoiigli the chairman of il., . ..nine^committee, sent a written demand to Hie^gov ernor this morning that he ^ all an ex^^tra session of the legislature to choo . ,^MseMJMjOff lo . -^ liatot I'luinh Thefai t that the present legislature is^controlled bx the f ainie|.' alliain. and^tli il liovcni ^l Hilinpluev i t icpiihltcali^place-, the extra session out ol th, ipiestioti^entirely, n is said. Thegreat stiength of Majoi Hudson^know ii i. tlx- fighting eihtoruf the *T opc*.n^i e/u//i'. ii just lie* i.iiiing i v i,but lielega HomAmninil ovet the att arriving totake up th^ fight. Noialilcamong tlx- MalslfMJ i^ out^from l^av* tisoitfi composed ol IMxgrm^heaileil b^ B. K Bruce, ami one from LaM lente, headed bv Jolltl JollllS. IliSn,ilea's \ iMlM,^TUJMt, DM.M Prince UfM Mont.^Neuvo, grandson of Archilm In s.. atarie IOllis*'. ^lice the W ife of \.||H^|^ oil I. |s ti , |latesi prominent victim ol iulhicn/a^I tin* city. He th*il '.silay from die ihse.is,..^i '! lieil^ ^ . as.il |^^ nice w a ^ lm 11 111 Vienna^' in 1KS4. and married in l*r*i to Juliemie.^Connie** Kientskv. II. was a grandson^of Adam Albert, m ini of Kei|tpetg ^i ^!^In-se, on,) wife, die Vo lujuehi \l rk I.oil !^ e. i||. w idovv of \.i|.oleol| I. i^ * ^^% ii % vv till siege.^Vtl ^n x. Dee..^!. A letieris published^here describing I I'lun k-'-ii,^ ^f y cux n^b^ the Arabs. Tin town w.i i.ml, t boM^Kitdturnt daily, while a tenible laiunn^prevailed there. When the 1 nrks relieved^tlx *iix a general bun h, i v ^. ,| ini.oners in ic,l on Ik ii |i side. tlreltvx..i '- llao.age*. (tin ai.o. Dee. Thomas t,red t-sdiv^llnallv .\,rt is I iml I i -In, ,^ . ^ . ^ p.. Ilea* apta u Mal um y .ui.I (napactor^l^ wis for MMM kiniagea, bastil ^^n ^ '^recent laid on tin *^w ailed anarchist so, j.^i tit/s hokliug a uieetiug lu Orvil's hall. IMPORTANTCASES RullagtMad* hy th* Register of th* Ml* aula1 and Ofltt e.^special ti the rx'*Dd^nf Mis;.rui v. De^-. This morning Regis^^ter Fisher of the local land office gave an^important deri^ion in the matter of school^lands. Sections |i, and of the publu^lands of each township were set aside bx^die cuabliug act lor sclnsil pin pose*, ami^die provision w as made for taking up un^^occupied lain) in lieu of such of these sec^^tions as were occupied under 'his law The^^fhonl commissioners through Hon. tiran-^v die Stuart made appls-ation for ^^aere* in lieu of the land* already occupied^Of this amount, howev er, only about i.On.;^i^ re is to replace sil t lolls ut tow nships^surv e .cd ami found to be is cupied Krgic-^tei Fisher denied the application, except^^ing in case* of the '.\nn.l acres^on the gniund that a* Ihe re^^maining toxxtlslups where ncfyxo!^land' were, aud claimed to be occupied^vxcre MJMaTveyed. u is unpossible to deter-^initie w h' tlirr school latiil^ are oecupied or^not. The ca*e will probablv ls^ appeale,!^to the general Isml office. Tow usliip*^I and .^^. aboxe Craiilsdale, will he thrown ^pen and lo selth tin nt on Ian This^land w as surx ev cd about five xeais ago.^t.v MeDaniels, w lio*e stirv ex wa* re)ecteil^bv the survrvnr general. Two or tlire*^v ear* ago Mctulenhall surv eveil it. anil his^survey of theae three particular *crtion*^was rejected antl he wa* reipnreil toresur-^vcv it. The surxcv xxa* .i.cepleil .ibout^th* months ago bx the turveyor general^and Ihe department of the interior. M ^*t^of Ilie land hav.alre.idx been taken up as^unsurveyeii laud undei decliration of oc-^^ 'ipam y On Inn .Vsttileis xv ill be p^ r^nntlisl lo file on it. and a gixv ii tush I* ex^pi ^ led at the I ind ofhe, . as most of t|io-e^vv Ii. took up lamb Ivefore tlie stirvevwts^ai, ^pled went bx tlx Mi Daniel* rejected^si,ivex i laiiua will conflict in manx in-^staneet and eotiflu t* are rxpectetl. Itlies com^ out that abo.it In day* ago^Fiatik Merman jumped a ipiarter aeetlon^of land in Ihe city limits north of the rod^road track. taken up bv the railpxad cotn^MMJf, and sohl to Wolf A Rxniati^Dierinau alleges to the laml office, that as^this tract xv as occupied bx ^|iiahliod entrx-^men Feb. 1. |^t1. and -Iills. ^^. I**;', the^dates ,,f the withdrawal of the original^roiue ol tlellnite h* atlon - of die N.-illiern^I',ti die Railpsid compmy . n w as exci pteil^from the operation of tlx radioed land^grant. The trial of the ea-e in the land^oflicc i* ta-t for'h'n. AWHJI ..NOW STORMS. Sin,It stiffei log n.tlit t^, he t *itsed lo Xe-t^Mexl. e. AtBt ','HFiii i. N M.. Iiee :m. -Don.^Ihe Santa Fe and the \tlaiit|^ * Paritl.^iiiads are irotihled with set iou* snow^b|.- kadi . No ^'astern in.ills have been^, reeeixeil hete over the Stnia Fe road fot^i four day*. Passenger trams arc blockaded^I in the Baton mountains and io Ihevp-initv^of Springer. There la a bhakade mj the^Olantu A I'aelfli latweiii tirant* and^Clio.is. about let miles w^^*tof 1 lite ^ itx^The snow siortir- in tlx* moimtain*. at^-^leportotl as soinethiiig unheanl tit for^leveral yeurs. and *tori^'^ of great 'uffct^|MJ among tlx tow us in tlx mountains are^, iii cll^ illation THHFFMtN KM I KO. jW re. k ,01 Ihe I tiliin Ta. III. Italltnad N^a^^I e t.rande. ' U ^iexN|^l. Hre.. Dm^.The fast jmall on the I'uion Pa.-ifl' wa* wrecked^1 near here last night. Fnctneer l.ang.^Fiieiuaii Miller ami a tramp naniefl^Suiiuicski wep killed. ^ irniup uauieil^! ^igm r fatally lujurtd. It is siip|*^se^| that^in piuiiding a ^ ut' ^^ (he head cngtuccaiiscd^i tlie rails to spread. M ipiiatuig da'^M'l-ond engine mad mj baggage c ir into^th^s tint, .1 distant-*'of H MM, The re-^ntaindei of the tram kept tlx ti a* k. No^mmjmji wen lli|ljt..| H.xemanReal I slat*. pe.ul lo the StaiKlapt BoLMAN. Doe. .10. A very large real es^^tate *leal was BMJMMMaaaMj hep- i.wIhv^Iix parties MMJMJHMIllg pe^^ons in Butte,^w ho -land lu*Th in mflueti* *^ and repteiient^.* large amount *^f capital. The parties effectingthis tl.iltsfer have twen in the^citx sevr-ral dav. ami winking ^iutet|v^Not itvtieh * an If learned from the nut^sub . but 11 is ruimired that still another^I large tract of Ikisemau dot will ^ li.mge^baud, in which protnlneiH Butte |mrties at*'also mteiesteil. Earning tn t'a* overs. IKxns xs CITY. Dee. in. i, mjbj ial 10 tlie^^'^o tpim l'o|iek 1, Kan. sax* The^Alliam-r I^/***'ote. tlx* state organ ot the^Kansas Farmer** alli-une. * hirg*-s fli*t^ttx'Naiioual I'iii**ii ' oui|*auv. a New York^concern with a ^ appal Mot s ^f l.n.inxin.^1 which |a trying lo gel touttol of th.. ^\.^Ilanee business of the atate hv nulling all^alliam ^- slot* .. is nothing bu^ 1 biain h ^I^j the jute Isigguig trust, and it wa* formed 'vv llii the cxplt'** pill |si*e ol g tilling COtl trolof the alluim e hnnitioss. The !^/ vvarils tlx- fa 1 loot's again*! il. .tnIntetesting f a^e. ttin x*.*'. Itxee. ^'. Ititlg* t.resham in^t Ihe f^*|eial ^ iturt i.s^lav p-tidere*! a *l* ^^1 1-1011 stav ing ttx' ni ^* * * ding . in the .11 * 1. .*t^, at law brought some lime ago la, 1 . full^[ man Falac*'t ar , oinpauiv again*! da f In 'ago.Milwaukee* s,|. Paul K.i lit1. 0111 p.tuvlo get |maat-ssioii of palace car*^w hied h ive lioen jointly aMMatMj bv |ajg nip mi s and for ^n*n.'^^i damagte for^abgl'gating tlx* contrail. The suit will^in .vv Ih 11 1* *1 on i he St. Paul * bill m . i h i^or in Ih*- *.itne matter aguiust the Pull-^man ^ ompau.v. The% Irler's II. .. .1 Pi . I'. . ^ I Ix Turki-h grand^v in* r has asked Rilaii. miuietei of let ign affairs, lo renew relations will Hi I^MMria, Ihe grand vulci MjMJ thai the^Turkish g. v erumenl will pledge Mm^U,^soiinld relations l*'twe^.n tlie two . ouu lie- I^ l^ utii'd. thai helicefol iii all m*aautt s affecting bHangners m Bulgaria^w ill he 111111111111111 at* d to Ih*' peels antl lo therepresentative ^^f the ctMiuiry con- .1. i * I o| , I iii i He. letlOtl. I. ^1.1*11..u In Imll*. piivih v 1 . i ^^^^. ^^^ I lie Indian national^clijP's.11 Vagpill. adopicil a resolutionilc. la: 11.; i *-,. ,^it) the estate^lialiraexxlf of a hvislatiire in India, to^wind 'he Indian people sha.ll elect repp^-^ssiitatix^a. ABOUTOUR EDUCATORS SeconlDay of tbe Teicbers' Meeting at^Bozeiai. i.IMN A ',P\\[i BANQUET Clfiren* Show Thalr Honor for^Their Guest* Tha Different^Mat'ors Discusead--Elec^^tion of Officers. Srelil t^ the siandar-l Bojr.yixx.DxTli^ b^n*yi^^ given hvthe Boteinan bo.^pl of trade last night^wa . a succes* in every particular. No ex.^peu^e w as s|vare^l to do honor to the dis^^tinguished representative* of Montana *^educational ^y*tem. The teacher* her*^^are very much Interest**! in the work, and^the |xi|iers read and th*^ di*ctission* *hoxv^tl'ii - . t 1 r is abihtv i^ concerned, th^t^teacher* interes'mg themselv e^ in ttxa^MMjajMJ of tlie association this xear arm^up to it if ma above ihe siandanl. 1 he in/ens of lioiem in. w nh their usual ho*,^pit ilnx. g .v. in. in a si ind ball an*l ban-^'ind la i 11 ig I it and t.vmoriov*. will give^the eiitne part} a -leigii ride. Theregular work assigned fo*^ to-dav^wa* carried out w nh a few- change*. At^Hie husine*.. meeting Micsoula x^*s chosen^for tlie next animal meeting of the a*soei-^ation. V A samle of Dillon wa* cl,^v^ei|^ire,:.lent. (*. V Hurchard of Twin^Bi idg*;. first v i- e president; Mist Olda af Mile*t itv. n*l vi.e president. M'^ Cox,,f Butte, thud v ice president. S. A.^Morntt of Helena w.^s .1*. ted to the MJM*^^mix e c.minute, \V \\ W'v be of Bore-^man w ill be the , liaii in m of the exocnto x^eominitfee. * resolution was pasted tn-^stnn tmg the committee to carry out. aa^far as possihl*-. the suggestions embodied^in President Stone', adilteas. Tin-,ev enttig'* .-a.ssion was v erv ui*ere** -^ilia. Mihs lav ingsioiie's |x,iper on phx steal^culture wa* read hv Mis, Wolfs- of Deer^lodge, after whit'li \ti^, lav ingstone eon-^dui te^l a ' 1 adi ill on physical culture, he ' I i-- Ix'ttig l omposcl ..f teat her^ from^the Anaconda *ch,s^l*, who ap|^exred in^neat uniform and went through the exer-^i l-e* gracefully and with preci*lon. Thei^ex* i|. pies, iiied |, t ut* I praetice avoi^Ihe ctii.il i'*.m. anil was given to illus^^trate that w*irk rather than attract atten*^Hon. Tlx* i Ir ill waaone of the most al- ii.nins (^ nun's of ihasiou \fis Mbe|.ef Bozenian letl the dlsi nation on^phv.i. ilr ulture Petei K.s h debvred so^address on the early lustorv of Montana,^w lu* h w as Inghlx interesting. CROTONOIL. ItI n*te*thte^llr f aii*r*l the rieath of aa^m i Man at Hnietaan. S|e^ i i| to Hie SUndapt B*x/ixixs. I^. ^ in. Soma dax* before^Miss Mingio Mount* was poisoned with roton oil in bcei, an old man who had^been around Roietnan for -om* tint**^inostlv stopping ui th*. saloon* w a* placed^in jail for sunt* nusih'ineanor aud while^there iIiihI. He wa^ hurie.1 ami abo*i' for^^gotten when Mi** Mounts wa* taken til.^S^^uie one suggested that he might hav^*^died from Hie effect* of cpxton oil. To-^'t iv Ins hoalv was taken from the gra^^^ami it n .-aid ^ tot..ii ,ul wa* found in tin*^stoma* h i hie |m i ix . supi*o*e^| to be con -^nected w ith Mis . Mount.' |axi*oning baa^I., en cti* t^'d 11|.I others mav follow a* anytime. Miss Mounts is a little better loalay. leiN.,i the l.niltr r^, ane. specialto tli^ latatx*lata Boii im. Idaho. Dec. .to. In tha^I'nitcd State* circuit court treatav thi^grand jurx made final return*, and i* is^IKMuttvrlv known that F. B, ^so,uire^. fortn-^eily eiipeiiiitendeni ot publi*' schools of^Boise ^ itv. afterward. Measurer of the^notorious Northwestern Mil* atiotial bu^^reau, and Dr. f I. M^ twen. treasurer *^f^the sain*- xxeie indicted, hut Hon,-I. F.^Harroun. president and vice presnletn,^I atnl Sila* A. Moi*dx.of the same outfit,^| were permitted to go free. It is a matter^j ol much talk here how the iury happened^j lo discriminate m favor of the tv*o*tata^i ofti' tab . ^ 'ix ^ t nod Htormon the **n*in*l.^v' xt ut. ^\a*h.. Dec. .m. Th* ttarm^on the sound xeaterdax was the tno*t ^.*- ,-ie i.f th*- season. A ttumtver of steatn-^^Ii'Vifif blown again i the wharxeaand^tlamage,!. Trams are Isidlv delayed and^It lagfaott wire- ppH.tr.ited. Iii 'he inoun- '^^^ ^ l.ii gI 11*11b*^ i wis h'o.v ^! ihiwn.many treeH falling on w ires and^railroad tracks. No sert.aiscasisaltie* at**^r* |xilt*d but n i f.'.ited v* s.* ls ilong the^coant have .offered. Weatthv XXI,o,ialtan Heart. Spe,Ial le Hie MamUpl HXt.cnv. Dec. ^^. It i^ learned that ta-^enh Severance, one of the w *-a|thie*t and^ni'tst influeniial t-itiienn of V.astern Mou^^lin, i .died Mania' ,t t ika. bom injuries^reeeixe,I tiv Iwing ihoav u lt.,ui .* horse 10^^lay* ag^. Ih utd his sou control the^Ciimlwrl ind. ind he w as one of the latgewt she*p ow Her* iii the Wi'.l, Iwent* 1'etnon* hllleH. Pni^. II., ji x .lisp.it, I, ln^m St.^Petersburg -.*' s \ tei-nble radixuad ae-^^ ideal an urred xe*t*.piay near Ko**a. on^a inlioi.l i. tw.eo Minsk and ^molen^k.^\u exp'.-ss tram ran ui'n th*' rear of t^tr 'i ^ .iriviiiu tr,,.(, fwenty |h^rs*ina^I were killed and Im iiijureil. IXlav i ii'. the /ullvrrem.^I ox ^ i, ix . I *^^^ in l li, pa11 - ^ MJMMj^I *|ent of tlx- / iax s thai a conference jI*m.king to tlx' admission of Russia into^th. msiv*p in will liegm iii St. Peteisbuig ut Natunlav. .io.u, in 11 eta ii*I. l.i'm'i'x.IH. . ii. \ lerrih. gal* is pre^^vailing ui Ireland. V number of house*^and much otlnr pro|vertv has Iveen d*^-^^Itx ,vet|. tnlileloiintl l.ull'v. !^^ -i. t ii v. idai.o. Dae, i^. \nnia Iatupbell. a*'* uscd of |sis*ing ^ ,^iiiterfeil^niom x , w a* found guilty by the jury to^^night. LatalItiriucMia. Bi';i ix. lie.- :^i. MaPiuis de PmiafoiL^Portuguese minister lo Uermauy, died tt^^tl.xj ol influent.*.