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ANACONDA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1892. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BOZEMAN FORTHE CAPITAL. Referredto the People^of Montana on^Nov. 8 Next. Wcsincerely believe that when^it conies to a conservative an.!^imparti al hearing, men will con^^sult, not only their own interest,^but that ot posterity; and the^suffrajjists of this!nturc great stite^will walk forth to the polls and^at the ballot box by their deeds^show to coming ^chelations they^had M^Kted to the memory and^name of Hozcman, who paved the^way thfOHgh danger and hardship^that we, nine-tenths ot us, night^till our coffers from the great^mines and irranaries of an empire^within itself. Situated;is Ho/.cman is. almost^in the geographical center oi^Montana, with iifitiiing to hinder^wiien you have donated to Hi the^Capital, through the goodness of^your heart-, of our ap] reciating a^kindness that we really think we^sh^ u'd have. Anothtpoint in favor of your^locating the Capital at Bo/eman^is our churches and schools, as^there is not a lather or mother^who has spent years in mining^camps w ho does not look furxvard^to the day that tiny may choose^a town of churches and schools^for the welfare oi their children.^We do not even wish to bring^forth a pang of e.dousy, as v\e^expect nothing, only that which^leads to legitimate ends. Inthe future we will present^our claims as they may and will^appear. Thatyou may become more^interested with \u, we have placed^on sale the West Side Addition^to BozetlMIl, where the better^class of residences will be built.^The ground lies perfectly level^with a gentle idope, just enough foruood drainage (A painting of^this addition on canvass, 9x1^may be seen by calling at our of-^tea),and is only four blo:k- from^the finest residence in the state;^six blocks front the new sixteen^room Central School building to^be erected this summer, ( S44 en^^rolled pupils ot sehool age in^Boaesaan l; ti re ^ b'^ cks from the^City Park; two short blocks from theElectric railway, with side^^walks built to tile addition. Thereis sufficient water (a^water tight ) fo.' every lot to irri^^gate shade liCSJB. lawns and gar^^dens. The present owners will^spare neither pains nor money to^make the West ^side Addition a 1ark almost of Itself. Asan inducement for von to^invest, tile lots 111 the West Side^Addition have been placed .it the^low price ot ft I Oct one third Cash, 6and 13 months; will give yon moretime at .1 low iate ol inter^^est if desired. Listen to out^agents, who are in the field, and^learn for yourscll thai Bozeman^is the most -olid town in the^state. We want no booms: there-^lore we wiil have no depressions.^Only offering n good place for a^HOME, and the best place for^the CAPITAL, 1 ok we \ki sound kiOCT rHSHE. We bc^ to refer^you to any business man in Boze^^man as to the West Sidb^ Addi^^tion. Callon or address IKE\ SMITH GeneralAgent.^Rooms 2 and New Owtley,^Butte, Montana. CHARLEShoick. 204Fir*t St., Anaconda. GEO.AUDI LY.^Room f.C caiy House, Cranitt. GOSSIPIN WASHINGTON Speculationas to the Cause of the^Resignation of Carter. COMMENT OV THK PRESS Adoptionof the Conference Com^^mittee's Report on the Anti-^Chinese Bill By the^Senate. Specialti^ th* Standard. ' Wahhinoton.Miy X -The coincidence of^the ui)iioiino^m, nt of Carter'* resignation anil^Its loss ^f IBS Helena primaries E NSfftMB^lias not HSSSSS observation. BBSS Skfl New^York pa|m^rs M-i.-e upon his leslguatlon to |-oint^MtSBMni. The Now York Timn says cdlto^nail): fonimlsslonerfarter of the land office has^tendered his resignation. Our Washington ills^patches state tliat no reason is assigned fnt tliis^action an'l that the only one within the range^of Washington guessing Is that Mr.^farter does not care to uurk few^Mr. Harrison's 1 ^nominal ton. There are^^SB simple minded enough to ask wh; thai^should make any dittorenoe, why he should Bl^called MBBS to MfeJB rather than VMS for Mr.^Harrison. M to work for Mr. Harrison if he did^no! resign. The platfoim of the republican^BBTSJ four vears ago declared that tlie spirit an^l^purpose of the reform of civil service should I^'^observed m all exec utive appointments, to the^^ 11 ^ J that the dangers to fiee luslitulions thai^htrk m the power of ofl'.cial patronage may 1-e^wisely and elt.Mtually avoided. Now there hi^no more obvious use of the power of official^rationale than foi Mi. Harrison, directly or In^directlv. to MjBfeM au officer under fefeB lo work^lor his renoin.nation or resign. Were the^promises of the republican platform and Mr.^Man ison's own promises with springs to eaieh^wood.-o.-k with^ ' Chineseto be kept away. TheSunate Adopts the Conference He-^port on Hie L-(elusion Hill. WABSIBOMLMay a. - \fter the usual morn^Ins business Morgan called up the president..^message on an imeru.it tonal e. nleienee if~ t^ ^^sil\er coinage ftolph tried to get artkSS hist M^tin- eoufereia e on Ihe ^ hini'se exclusion hills,^hut Morgan lelu-eil to give BMBtBMa lo thai^^ ul jcct. remarking that there was not much^pressure ahout It tliat the si n itor from south^Dakota who desired t^^ address the senate might^not have the oourte^y o| appearing. Kyle lie u^proceeded to iiililress tlte senate in favor of the^free eoiua ge of stiver. Atthe close of Kyle's s|^eeeh the message^was again laid on Uie table. Morgan giving uo-^tiee that he wanted lo speak on it. Theconference re|Kitt on the rhinese exclu^^sion bill was tln-u laid liefore the senate. Soon^as read, Sherman stated through a memher of^the conference committee that lie was not ahl^^^to sign it. He was very w illing to provide any^necessary legislation for the restriction of^fhiuese Mbor, and thought that Ihe senate hill^had done so very broadly, Sherman looked^u|m^n Ihe Introduction of Chinese laborers^tin ^ ugh Canada as an iusult to tin- fulled^Mates. Such incidents created excitement^which some day would lie the cause of great^difficulty. Those who believed that the fnlted^states had a right to trample on a treaty an I^disregard It. might vote for the conference re^port, and vole without i ompuuetiou, but he did^not feel at liberty to so do. Dolpliof Oregon deiended the report, Iiawex^opposed it at being a violation of treaty. Vest^was not disposed to violate treaties, but con^id^ered self preservation the fust law of nations as^well as iudividual*. Avote was then taken on tl^^ conference aa.^pott, which was agreed to by vims. .in. nays,^asfolloms: Vetis Messrs *lien. Allison.* hand^ler. OaSfeNSa FMfeMaV, PMsfc, MMB,^lialluteer. ^;orman. Hantbrouifh. Harris.^Hlseock. Jones of Arkansas, M ^Thei ^on,^Mtt'hell. Morgan. I'efler. I crkuis. Power, l.'au^sum. Sanders. Slioup, Si|ti|re, stauford, Stewart,^Stockhrldge, Vest, VV'altlum. Warren and^VV hite m^. Nave;- Messri Bate, t all, t'olqultt. Uawe*.^Ib'.on. Frye, George, lira). Htgglti*. Kyle.^I'almer. I'latt. Tugh. sheiman and Wilson t.y. Thehouse bllj placing binding twine on the^flee lis! was hud before the senate and reierr ^ I^tothetluance committee. After an evcullve^s^ss^on the senate adjourned. mexicanSILVER-LEAD ohes. l:fl'iM-t ol Ibe Mcliinley Law on the^Mueltlna; Industry. W.vsHiM.TdN.May a.^Heprrsi ntatlve Whit,^lug of Michigan has prepared and will submit to^the house, a report of the inajortiy of the wajs^aud means committee, lf-ci mmei.ditig the pas.^sage of a bill lo place on the free list silver-lead^ores, when the silver exceeds the lead In value.^The re|si| t sa\s that the MeKlDl^^ bill Impost d^a duty of |i, cents a ]H^und on lead iu silver on *^with the result of increased and Increasing In^Mm to American ISMSM * aud all Interesis con^nected therewith. The use of silver-lea^l ore^^for smelt.ng Ihe dry Hirer ores mined in^the foiled States, Is au Imperative necessity^and they are not ealy rerptlred as the^raw material of smelting, but an essential tool^of the Industry. I he America! mmSM must se.^1 tire this P ol and as the domestic supply does^mil meet ihe il^maud, hi av) ipipcttatious of^Me\|c;ui ores ale made. Now. however, new^I MMUtfeNM 1 onfront the MMSSJS feSSI re.da of the^^ oitntty and thr* atti , unless the relief proposed^Is gi IBM soon, to u aiisti r M real the M^ vt. au^bonier a latge projMUlion of the smelting jedtll^try to the gicai inptiy of American lahor^and the railroads ami other klndnd^pui^tiiis. The rtsuits of tpe HeKMr)^BN has been lo hcnelit bue gn interests and |B^^jure our people, IBS unless ipllckl v remedied,^al Injurious results will he past a cure. Inconclusion Ihe report sa^s tliat while Ihe^hi I will not c ue the evils He preaent law^^ r ^ateil. It w ill modify the injurioos i rTc i mat^^nir home industries. Ihe f.ireign ooBMBltlee^has stc-rsted that this MBflBMBIB probably^would ho of mutual advantage in securing re^eiprocrts w'.tli Mexico. \ol.ove for Holtnan. S|iec|j to the standard.^WtsHiviTcx. May a. Tie Helena people erevery sore on ftotman. V ho was ^hasty^^BfeBBt his BBSMSSta to the nnlltarv pist ML^sp .11.11 (lisp It ptatsed by Mi. Ptoas for his^BMSBMMSAllng spirit In giving one Montaea^mens 11 e ,, chance to ;et a vote. Kdltor l.yinan.^w ho lias been a lesideni here * aaa w u,ter. laofe.^MM afi. r th^- lull, left for New x.,,rk to-night and^will start for Helena Thursday. FOUND 18 INDICTMENTS.^Tha 1 nned si.it,., (,i-and .lury speaks^Well of the state 1'cnltcntiary. Specialto the standard. Hrtr.SA. May s -The foiled States grand^jury was discharged to-day hy JbSbS B*BiimI*I^They found !^ lodlctoit ots. among Ihetn two^MJOaBM Ah Let an I Ah I^o. the two Cfejfel I ^^chanted with killing VWB l^e on the fort I -^tei reservation. They also tecoiumemled ttie^pardon of William Ht.ni^.. sli'i has serial a^vr.ir 111 the I^eer taaSB^ peultentlary for coi.nter^felting. I he jury vl.i.e i the penlt. nf.arv, w In. h^theyia is well manag^d aud In MMBl ent i on^dltlon Ihe republican county convention met today.^Front all that can be learned, turee fourths ..f^the ... hv.iies favor HI.1.tie first and llariisoii^^*i ond. ANTI-SILVERMEN.^(.illfninla Republlram Meet la Slate^rnnvrntlon al gloeklon. STorKTON.Cat. May I, -The repnblb an state^convention of i alifot ni.i ^j- called to order al J^o'clock this afternoou. In adilltion to the regu-^lai del. gales. Ms in 1101111*1. Ihe city w J^ tilled^with prominent politicians of the party from all^paitsof the state. The call for the convention^provided only for Ihe selection of delegate* to^Minneapolis, hut it was also known that the^^BfeMMsa i f lour ileiegates at large would have^some bearing ursou the eleclli'ti of a Volted^states senator, w hich Is to MM at the next^session of the legislature. Among those pronu-^nently mentioned for delegates at large were^t inted siiiiis senator riiariea W. I'eton. M. M.^Kstee i.:d M. 11. de Voting, all of whom^were prominent in the last MSBMBfefeJ^fight and representing ncessarilv somewlut^divergent Interests, in calling Ihe conveutloo^toordei, Hon. Irwin f. Slump, chairman of the^slate MBSM ^' MSM after i ongratulatltig^Ihe delegates u| on the large attendance, said:^^ The principles of pi.deotive tariff that piote, ts^are nf vital liii| orlaiice to our vailed and ra|e^Idly dev eloping hetiislrles. and Ihe btislues* of^this i otivention at all stages should fef so eon-^ilucud that In the full campaign those pilucl-^ples may n^ t sutler by any act of our*, hut may^he sustained and endorsed by the people with^more enthusiasm than ever liefore. I cougratu^late out that we ^ ntt r the ciimi itlgu w ilh no^a|Hi|ogles for our ci^oouc| of BBfefejB affairs, and^that ihe manly, patriotic and consistent admin-^isiraiiou of our loreign affairs under the gold^ance of that matchless statesman, .lames It,^Itlnine. w III |.e a lower of stiength in the eon-^test. We can congratulate ourselves that^lime has pro\ed ti e wisdom of the measures^bearing the name of that eminent sou of Old*.^Wm. McKni|o\, and durhij these veais. In care^ful and conscii ntioiis devotion to his duty aud^his country of out feasaicS chief magisitate. the^great and |tood u.an. Iten.lamtB llarris^.n. is a^mailer of ilte in noil pride of out . iti . us It leniaiusfor us to dM du(^ well and raaafeMI, andto place laeasutcs abo\e men and pnnciplo^above personal MfeSjtM. Therewas gieat choi ring at the mention of^the n.lines of Ptcsidcni Itaulson, secretary^lb.tine and liovorimr McKiule .lamesII. Xeft of Plaier county w i-cho.en^tempor.it\ chiirman. lie sail ^the gentle BMIWhom \oll select to go to Minneapolis w ill representIhe party of prelection and NM^city. W lieiher .lames li. Plalne or William M' i\inie\i.e aaaraMtaS, we avaaaai to akMl Ihelil.' Afierthe .election of ci tumlttee. op organl.'a^lion, ciedeullai-- and platform. Ihe convent ton^adjourned until 7 ^i to nUht. Theplatfoim which Wl!! In' presented to the^republican stale conveniioii here, endorse-.^President Harrlsiin^. adininlafenttaB aud Ins^action In the rluhan. Italian and llehring Sei^conlroversie... rite plan of nMfejias^f Is also^eudolsed. a MfeSaS of tlie ualural^i/ation and iiumigtalion lco is de-^manded. so thai uudesirabl^ MBM^who ate sent here, or MSI feM i-'hnitanly.^can lie kept out. Improvement 111 tie- enforce^iiienl of the eight hour labor law- Is demanded^and Mie election of fntted ;*talc* senators by^po|Hilar vote enforced. The platform declares againstthe lilinage of stlvet and fa\ors a ic- strtcfioiiof coinage t.^ the product of American^mines i.overumcnt control and operation and^the speedy eniistrin lion of Ihe Mciraguao canal^Is also favored. CAN'TLIVE WITHOUT HIS BRIDL. A Young Hebrew Mauled lo a ^ atlioll.^i.nl Trie* to t oiontll Suicide. P^' vi kmix.MIss ..May a. M . .1. Hart, the young^Hebrew .w-ho clandestinely married a ^ athoh. -til^herelwo weeks since, attempted suicide tilts^niorntug b\ Jabhaig himself in the breast three^times with a pocket kulfe. The mother ol the^gill has kept her away fiom her husband ever^since the marriage w:,s announced, a ^wk ago.^and the youus man Is half eraz\ bui sternly re^fuses remarriage by a priest. He called at ihe^ho.ise of hi* bride tilts evening, demanded pes^..esston. and. being refused by the tmpl.e a^hie mother, stabbed himself liefore their c\es.^Physicians pronounce tie* wounds not fatal. BASE BALL YESTERDAY. AtLouisville I. Klltillinic. (i.^vi i hlcago al. Ro ton.^AtCfektMaH New Verk. 4^At Cleveland-No game with Philadelphia on^BM oiiut of ralu.^At Pittsburg 4. Ittooklyn, a. second game^Potsbuig. n. Hrooklvn. *. AtSI. lamia. St.Lot is. May .t I be Hack was in go..d . ^n^iltliou. In an attempting lo cross the track lo^Ihe stables. Mike Wats,.ii p. |. iniurlng his .pine^and receiving probably lai il injuries.^m five titrlongs Irlsi wtdi. Sacramento s^i-oud.^BUfl third. Time, l u4',. Iwo-year-olds, four and one half furlongs^Minnie II. won. .lick Mulhns second, lominy ii.^third. Time, ..v.e,. Fivefiirlouas -.Indre Arkell woo. Hut kbound^second. Woodioid ihlrd. l ime. I ^sv sixfurlongs-.liui Murphv w-ou, ^ p., second.^Z^ ke Hard) thud rime, j p;'4. sixfewtaasa ' all.it.in won. Miss p|.kwi-l^second. I.lllle Phil tlilid. lime. i hTfej, Handicap,seven furlongs- Kay *. won. t.orer^uni lloss ..trond. Deacon thltd. I line, l si. Al.Naslitille. N'Asiiviitr. May a. File fur|on;s | title^Crete won. i arinen second, lioh Jacobs third.^1 line I IBM. Mile Fugeillewoll. IMWMI. NSSSl third. Time i 4a.^Handicap, year old ami upward, mile and Se\eut\latds llr.L'Os Wo t. F,| |le|| second, p.ob I'ors.vihilurd. Tune i Mia. Two-year-old*, one-half mile Fringe won.^SSMBI sec,ml. Time ,| . Ii nr ind one half hNfcMBi Interior won.^GnUMM W hite second. JafeaatM third. TSjaa Fivelurlongs lom liarllug mm, i ro iin- se,^ond. Maggie l^. Ihtrd. Time I ire . At -an I ram iseo. sinF'l.\X'l*i ^. Ma^ a. Six fuilong- feoyal^won, Itikeriiian second. Henri I. tint.:, lime.^1 IIV Mileand one-half .lames won F.o|.se,^ond. Flinwood. third. Tune. I1OI4* Fivefurlongs BaMSSl won. Irish Itlly BMaS,^Martinet third, lime, i n' -even fuilona* Sally Mills won, |;raw s. ,t si' ^did. I lltle. 1 .'^I,. Mi.eaud To \ards Montana won, Iultl.iti t.^sid. King Waotvat nurd Time, i 4;. AtVV ushington. VVisaiSOVAB, May .1. -six furlongs |i.,:s\r^Ian won. SI. Mark second. Forei/ner Ihlrd i^Time. 1 ISMj. mxfartaaB* BbsmI saa, KaakMa, Wsatlaiai^second. Time. I l.v Mlieundon-- furlong I.epmta won. Front'1^nac see .ud. feasant* third. Time. 1 v.1.. Mile-lAnhmont won. Km- MBSSi Mi sas*^third. I tine. 1 i t Steeplechase, two and r.Qe h^lf nilles F'^turity won, Pat Oakh-v second. MBffl 1:^Time. 4 l '- AtLeiingiou. LaSISOTAV.May I. BU furl*at^-Teemike^won. Major Tom second. Savation third. Time. IlkV Tireand one-half f urlongs-palisade won.^Itett.na si co.id. |ha thud, lin.e. 1 0. ,. Milefmatltla Ma, Natalie MBBS, Maiele^Howard third. Time. 1 11. Mi-'Irish rit.ef wen. The Kal*er ^e.-ond^Kuni miner third. Time, 1 |.ot. lourand one dial' f.along* OaS/atlfei Bas, -uteN- iiiid. tiiteen . 1 the |;ioD,,e^ in.oi. Iline, n.i3'^. COL.SHEPARD SAYS SO Harrison'sRenooination for tbe Presi^^dency Certain. THEDELEGAThS WANT HIM EstimatesGathered From Trust^^worthy Sourcea Show That^He la the Favorite and^Strictly In It. NrwVoHK.May \ The Afmf ind Frpr'.t^to .t.n admits that President Harrison's nomina^^tion is an auured fact. In support of its state-^ne 111 it prints tbe following table of instructed^delegates fiom compilations of figures received^from stale and district conventions aiie.(.|^ held^oier 1 he cuiintr) 1 Alabama,li Arkausas. M, falifornla. .'. Flor^^ida, s. Illinois. ^. Imllina.au. Kansas. ^ Ken^tuckj. -.ii; Maryland. 4. Michigan.! Mississippi.^I* Missouri, al. Nebraska, in. New York. Mi^Ohio, ^, Koutti Carolina. I^. South Dakota, Hi^Tennessee, 5. Texas, n^. \ irginia, *, VV isconsiu.^l^^ loial. arr.V Thep.i|^er continued as follows ^Private In^formation SSVfeMSMI others, who are either^chosen delegates or will tie, and in Ihe absence^of instructions can vole as the^ w ish, and that .11^have ahead) put themselves on record as in^tending to vote for Harrison. Additional dele^gates w ill lie from state* and territories as fol^lows. Alt*ona. Iowa. Maine. Massachusetts.^Michigan. New Hampshire, New Jersey. New^Mexico, North ^ arohna. Ofeja, Oklahoma. Tenti^** h inia.llhode Island. Vermont. Virginia.Wash^In glen. West Virginia, i.eirgn and Mary laud. AN AWFUL DEED. The Mrs. for Hotrlhly Mutilated Ko.lv of^Walsh Found In Chicago. fhicaoo. May a. - A murder that rival^cruelty ami horror the fate of the numerous mc^tlnis in the London WfeSMfBMBal district, was^loinmnted ln'lween E^ and a o'clock Oils evening^in MM home of Michael Walsh at BM Washhuru^avenue. The victim was Mfs. Iliulget BfetSfeM^Walsh. Walsh left his home for work as usual^fill* morning, leaving til* wife following^her customary occupations. He returned^some few sasBM after a aVBMfe^and found th^ ftont door lo, ked^and gained entrance to the house through the^kib hen. A tire was buinlug in Ihe stove and the^evening meal was partially pre^pared. Tlie appearance of the loom attracted^Ills attend, u as Im-;uc j^e, ttliar and he started In^sear' h of his wife. He searched through Ihe^house aud not finding her, Isegan to fear some^harm bad In-fallen her. Noticing a-Hong and^disagreeable odor from Ihe lieilroom. he re-^lurncd there and made a more mlnule examina^tlon. rsaroom was partlalh darkene.1. as the^window curtains were lowered. He raised^^ In in and a pile of raus met his BBS*.^The first piece of ctolh he lifted was stained Vfefe BtBatL He theil threw the pile aside and there onihe blood stained car|^et was the nude body^of his wife, sixty five gashes, varying in length^from a half Inch to a foot told the iiory of her^death that came only after a violent sliuggle.^as was show u hy the disarrangement of the fur^^niture and the spattering of blood Not satis^fled with killing his victim, the slayer f^o horn^b|y disttgured the corpse, that even Walsh could^hardly realize he wai gating on the dead ludy^of his own wife. From the ciowu of the^woman* head 10 her feet were cut* In^every conceivable direction Wounds were most^nuinerons on the breast and lower limbs, w here^Ihe flesh was ripped and hacked In place* until^M skin hung iu shreds, along the upper part^01 tba right h u. was a gash more than a tool in^length. Along either side of tills Mound was a^tew of smaller gashes made with ituifonn length^and evenly arranged, as if to give a horribly ar^Itstle finl-li lo the work. Over each eve was a^deep gash, another beneath the right eye an^other along the left cheek aud still^.11.other en Ihe neck under the chin. In^the left breast. Immediately oiet Hie^heart, was a pair of long bladed shears,^that had been driven into the flesh. Inimedi^ab ly undei taeni was a small round hole rosem^bliug a bullet wound, but there was no trace of^powder bums. A broom that was e,ldently^arrled front the kitchen into the bed room, had^lieeo broken and the handle wa* thrust through^the entire length of ihe woman'* trunk from the^lower portion to the throat. Pieces of vital 01^cau* were torn off and carried along by the^blunt wood and Ihe mouth was filled w it li a^mas* of b|oo,l aud IBJS. The broom^handle had been thrust BM with^terrible force, for the woman* feaSy^was terribly torn and portions of^the oigaus were left lying 011 Ihe floor. All the^aaaaBa IBM evidently inflicted bv a pair of^shears. Ihe edges of the cuts were rough and^notched. At the lower par* of the trunk was^Mill especially manifest where the flesh w as cut^and torn. Fora moment tin-il-ht of hi* wife s N^lv so^unnerved Walsh thai he was unable to act.^1,'ecoverin,- himself he notified the pohop. t aaB^aitiving tie- i*dice examined tlie room wheie^the body was found, aud on a narrow bed^were three pillows BSaBM with blood^on the wall, also, were great sploti lies^and the bed clothing was stained.^The rags arlm h covered the h^*dy. among^v.nte|i also wa* Mrs. Watafe'* clothing, were^saturated with blood. The police made a liasiv^survey of the situation and started in search of^the perpetrators of the outrage. Their efforts^v.eje rewarded, for within four hour* a self^confessed murderer wa* arrested In the |seis,,i, fIhonias Walsh of ill Wa-liunrn avenue, the^dead worn m's nephew. When the prisoner was^l iken lo Hie station be artu^^ledge*! lint aa^w as the ajaatl party and said he and Uf*. Watafe^aBi lieeu drinking taSBCfear and he mad-- tin^I'topei pro|sisai^ to her. BSati aBafl she afeMBBa^his face. ||e drew a knife aiet siahheu iiei . i he^sight of Ihe blood suddenli ferntra him Insane.^^ itli the result that lie mangled and tore tie-^I oor woman, as n dated al me JESSIF HOWELL IS bOHRY, .*lleKm A war From Her Ohio Home lo^HI:; Newv \ork. Atiiv*trr.Ohio. Miy 1 Marshal M I'ar^1.old, with ,lcs.;e Howell, tie- ynutliful runaway.^1-lurned from New V-irk early tin* morulng^Vlrs. Howe I say* she has been disgraced by the itifortunateaffair, and will not remain in tie- 'y.She is tnakuii; pr- BMations to move |a^1 iilforiila, ami will tike h-r daughter along. JaMfelsavs that on the train between here and^Pittsburg *h- liecahc- a'l.i ^I to a tie e trave i:gcouple, and hefor^ slie knew It sh^ was In^New York wandering atml-ssiy to the crowd,^she lieeame frightened nn-1 appealed to a kind^nfej atSy, who loformei Ihe poil ^-. Bat* was^taken to an Institution f-u immbni children til her parent- telegraphed she criaS bitterly^1 1 day and said she h id enough of running awav^1 he youthful l. dhano w ho wa. o. hive aeeaat-^l inled her is still lo ulsgraceand will not he ai -wedmeet latBM) again SOLID fOH CHOVER. VTIaenosInItemocrata to Co lo Chicago^Instructed for tlvveland. Miiwaihu. Ma\ ^.--Wis-IBBSfel * de.egaiion^s going to the demo-ratic national c.invention^'itli direction* to vole as a unit. They will la,^ii f hlcago to help make Qtovar fl'veian l llta^party's presidential BaBtfeaaa, ^M^ w*. 1 have^1,0 second rhafe**.^ lie Saei*i*a aarlafltlni^a(M wa^ m.e!' : 1 Batfet by 1 : itnBBB Wall of^tlie state centtal .-onim|it^e. Ml* word* were a^' ^ic-j.l of the |u obable a-'tion of th* W ...-011*111^derath-ronveutiou. wlu- h will be held in III*lit) lo mot I oa. AHOLE INJHIS HEAD.^Wilson Says He VV as Kicked by a Mule^In a llallle W illi Indian*. Spe.-iiito the standard. 1'rrnl.ot^..r. Max a In the VM'son case^tin. morning Mis 11 al-eth Ann l'avis. the^moiher of Iteiie PB*t*, w.is . aB*d t-i the -taud^die testified that they liv. .1 at lie toad house^hot ween i Iran 11'- ,;n-i PfetitpatrtM .-. thtee B/BMBJ r ^^of a mile from OffaaMt*, that on the BMBfeM 14^Mar. h fl she left the i.-a l t, .-^^ Mtt w ent to^liranlte. and in the afteineon aSBSNl MMBBfe]^her hu.-h m l. who informed aef arfeat h oi h^p^lieped to lilt!^ Ilene. She then a ompallled^her husband lo their home, and from there took^Irene baik to QfaaBBl for aaaaSfeMSaBS bv I^r^Mclxinnen. tohiiMi Klver st.iteil that he w . s .i.-ommen^laborer, had been in the oountrv about I*^months, and had spen' most of that time in^Hulle. tiii March j| he w.i- .^n hi- way fiom^Phlllpsburr. He made lh^ BMwBC* fca twee.i Drummoml and ihe pi.f the aisault in the wI. at about ao'clock in tin- afternoon. While traveling^along the road he heard what he imagined to fea^a lad cry,tig. and then thought thete had l-eon^an accident. When he went on a liltle further^he saw the bov In acarri.c.o lo witc h 'here^were attached two horses. He went up to ih^^^boy and asked w hat he wa* crying for. and the^|soy said In-wanted lo go home. The wiine.s^stated ^I ask.-d him if lliete w.,s ,m\ one^looking after Ihe team, and he pointed down^Ihe road. I went down the road about .no^yard*, and I saw thl s man VV ilson on the right^side of tlie load.^ The witness bb9bsmbb f* laiedall Ihe details of his etnler willtVV il sonand the utile giii. aanafeasaMai tt** BM| of^Irene In ever) particular. The witness stated thatoil the Wa\ to llelle's house tl-e defendant drovehis buggy slowly until he got near the^house, aud theu dioxe ,oT ,d .1 taptd rate of^sjss-ed The defendant on the way^tojieatedlv begged the w iiness to sa\ aatfefeafev^th^ mailer Theiaseof the -I ile n,|. tested^w Hh Ibis w iiness liail.-s Wilson, the defendant, wa. calh*d m^the stand In hi* own feBBBlf. Ins MaBfeaMBI w e^suhstintially as follows lam s, u;is BfBSB^auilwasborn iuN'^iw.i\. I ^ mie to tlie f nited^Mates w Iu n I w as |o year- old was matiiedl-^^ear* ai.o tn Ihe i ity of New Vatfe. Vlvinoih-t isdead. Mie died in the .-Idnin in an uis.iu^- a*Mum. I believe she w a . i i or SIfaSia Bf .Is when she died. I h ive a st-i.-r ^lined in an insaneasMum in lite Fast.bul BfeaSaSf It I-in^New Jersey or New Vork I don't kie-w . I came^to Montana at i in- Hata*of tta* faatef ataaaaef*^in l^T^; and hired out to t^r Sleigh at aMSSSS in^the mouth of August last \^*ar, I tu-lge I IBJBB^feaaa drinking for the feat) i . or I* yc.ns none or lessand on sexetal .I'-toiis hate drank to ai cess. Thewitness stated that dining lie- Indian war^w liiie In the army the Indians stnmpcuc.i th^^hof*e* and he attenuated to t id.- i aattfet BBl was kl'ked111 the head. Will, h kick left a hole or llll^picssloli. CBtaSfeJ Alletnei MaaV, Ba*n**W,*fBI^iinat-le to hnd the escalation i-btieil to and^asked that the man s head l*c examined l-^ He-^Jul Theafternoon w ,* . en-uined mostu m taking^the testimony of phyMciaus as to the difb-icnt^kinds of Insanity BaVaSaeaaM, al . o'clock^founty Attoinev Shaw began his argument to^the ferry The case w a* ma flut-hed it i. o'^ lot k^and w.,s adjoin nod tote morrow morninu. MEETING OF THE MANAGERS. Montana's World's Fair llfiatd In OjB ferenieat STBBBl tall*,^special to the Standard OSMAffal1a. May ^. The state board of^mi'iiagers of tin- werhl's f.,ti feafel a tegular se*^slotj this morning, called to order by Judge | lieWolfe, president The fell,,Wltlg gentlemen respondedto Ihe toll.all ,s. lie Wolfe. J.c.^Hamsev. VV M. HI. klot l. ^, VV iSaraa, V.K.^Veikes. (,. M. Mais. T. F. ^^l in . I II H-rs-h iieid.vv K.SathariaaS, I f.Stephens. H.o^t h-iwen and l^. t^. Mrowne. the se,-reiary read^a cognmiinteatlon from Mrs. I.nu Ko*.-^-rans^Toole, containing luformalion MM ISBBfaafeaa^suggestions for the benefit of the hoard, stn-^stated that she wa* c itrespon'Mng w ith Ml ^.^John smith of Meagher, relative to furnishing^a ram's head carved in datti butter^Mr-, ileorge Fields. Vlis .1 llonkwaller^ami Mr*. M. s. Parker aata BBSaaMaS assistantsto the ladles bo.it.I nil is. ade. .,, m\ Mr*Parker and Mr*. feoaltwaMer, a*|B*aaatty la^look afb-r tin.-aits and n iiive tl-.w.-t s. and vii . t,...tge Field- on aaarf MaO* ii l,\ec-ji|ve roninussioner VV M lb- kford manea supph-mentai \ teport on IIlui d.onal evhibit.which was raSattad la Ihe ^ omtultin .dec ttlon The MMBl BBiMlai B*aMBBB*e, feHBare.Hersciiiieid, fafeMM aad Maara, were^made |ieimanent. ioinmunl-atlous relative I-. a mining esiuiut^fiom J,C. shop.ltd aad V II Andiew - \^.. .^were lefelTeil to Ihe exc utlie . otnmittee ta be^ap|KUiite^| latei. I.lllle w.i- done at th. afl.-i^lu session, lild* on lla* -VI. nlaua building wef'r^-fe| led to the BStfeBBS cofu til .llee. with iustiin-tiou* to r.-|*irt to morrow. THEGAME LAWS. Alter Huuleis and I isherinen In lleer^Lodge founts. specialto the standard. riliLiraiit'H'..Mai .V In the case of the men^who were caught killing deer and l-rou-.-. ..tie of thempleaded BBS*! to t|MfetalBI and wa - fined aud costs for each .-flense, at-d tlie^Btfetf afet BBtBBaal not gaSK] an-i a^awi tOad I^aa| 1 ^Bar* a jut^ aad laaad guilt. and tin- i * . each.T heir cases w ei.. iMjatafealtolfea djatrl I^. 'out. It Is Said that tie- pi..*-- nlioiis h. v - . in^just commence.I mid that I heie nr.- men n-ov en-^gageilin m-inlng lisii on low.-i i;.M-k craak. I dispensing of them in s..tin-u i- Ii MaaMJ knowii that tins was .h in-iet^ apaaly la*l^met. and there is sopr.it^ fair evidea ^that thesame per.,,!, - .11'- It I i.|i i d (' . |.,.|^.llld I .nil ci'lb pro|^i.e lo stop It If p..,s|l |... \s MotafSio in Mis-oal i ^^ty, tfea Mm s-'uiaclub wiii fef asi. -.i to i-stst lamas, aad hefotelong thete may b- soni-- more muu^t.-.iis. CANADIANF.OODLERS. tiimUlenceuienlof tlie t rial ol I t Pre^mi. i Mer.ler mill III* I lieli.ls. M'tS'TiifAL,May a. tlreat interest wa*^i rlBaaS M day in th - DfWafeuJ .-f lie t,. ,| of ex^Pi.-mier Mender. Ilou.^ haries lasaajetlaf ami^Kni' st ivcaud. on a efeBi;'- oi coaaaarae] in ran lie.-tion w.th the | lagBVlB B*alfS*l Jagfeaj Iliauveau ^tale.| iltai I e --f Merrier and Pecan.1 would necalled t r*t HefeMS Mad the^Investigation would be Bftvale an.I raajM MfeMaS e\.epr the pt isoliet s' .-^ei'ise' and W ltnes.e. |o Willi.iraw.the mdg- - 1 ^ , .- ir!\ ptatad that^lite BIBM would tie given suafe part of the teste^liinti) a* the i ourt might tu after each day'^^silting. The action of tin. jit ige BBBBMd gn at^ludtguation Th^ trial hk.-'i v ill last some dais. Vi*poiuteiitiv tbe MasagL S|ieclalto the Standard. ttHFAiF ai ls. Max '. Max ^r VV'et.ster, on^afsuintng the duties of feMadBee.af^aaaated Ifea^following municipal offlcets Marshal, lieorge^II. Treat. ^eigeant. Jol u F Moi.iii taii-t, %.|^Vale*. . ity etigiue.-r. i.eorge p.. Worley, chief^ef the fire departmeul. J tines Itiinies. ToKslal.llsb xtililaly Posts. VVm1im.|..S. Viala,II Itneudnienl to thei-indry civil appropriation bill to day was re^|-orie.l fr.-ni 111-- sen.f-- i nMMMIi' na nulti.iri^affair*, authotifing the secretary of war toes^tablish. not lo exceed two mtlit.tr^ [sist* on the^northern frontier, wher-'.^ asay Seenl u best^for tlte public good. Hiedin 1 on.I.hi imi. ^...^. May 1.^Kot-ert I'. Fea lei. of the^Vliglo Allien, all Plollsi -u .oUt|-an^. d: d llll*^uioi uuig in Loud -u. TWOOF THEM ORDERED SeparateDemocratic State CoD7enUoD5^Will Be Held. ACTIONOh THE COMMIT 1 kb National D0leRatf;s to Ba Lhosan^at Bogemjn June. 9-a Nomina-^tinsi Convention at Great^PSllS Later. SBBlalto the -tar. lard BBSIT F'mis. Max ^ The dem's-ratic stata^centtal conim tt.-e assembled at rc^m^ at the^Park hotel at 7 BtXaS this eiening It w is^called to order bv i halrman ^ afeaa*. The follow^^ing .--unties were represented II-.n T K. fob^I ns. i.,.,rin.in. p VV. t .sdey secretan and J. N.^i lark ' i - - eh- I P lladlei. II.-aierhead t'and^ii. Brown, i hoteau. John Ke||.-i. [lawsoa A.^h. Verk.-- i.aiutin. A. .1. Steele. Lewn and^i i irk w. II Batfcaftta, Meajh^i Frank^Ili,::iii*. Missoula, lieorge I., carey.^Park i K Toole. Iie-r lodge,^H.I. I tank, m ver How. Oeorge M lta-,^^.^faaaarstoue i nsb-r. Fergus, Jeflerson and^M.ollsou w^-re uuie|ireseii:eil. Vftersome dls.-ussion It wa* decided to ho'd^tw.. aMSaaasvantlon*. one to meet In Pavem.in^June for the purpose ,,f choosing delegates to^Ihe national democrat.- BaBSaBBBBa and one to^he held al I.toil I ill. at a date to lie^fepfaaflaf i|.-i'-tmin^-'t f--r n--nitn.it tn^^candidate* on the state tickets. Ihei.rtsis ..r r-j-reseiitat)..n will be one^delegate f..r e.,. ii o votes ami mapir fraotlon laaraiaTcaaifarDtaaalatfe* ia-t eaaarsaMlaBal tesl I nis will nuke the total number of delegatesu.i. T he delegates to the ftrst conven^^tion w ill also he delegates to the second. rfeaaTatsaaT B. folllus t- ndered a magnificent^re eption to the visiting .l.-iii ^ r it* al the con-^. Iiision of I! eion at the Park hotel. FLOODSIN ILLINOIS,^filters .in the ltani]iaste and Thousand* otfeaaa* ot raaaa i amis inuniiaie.i. ^itt xv x. Ill . Max i. StBBBS to div the T^x^and Illinois iii.-rs P.-_-an rising rapidly . nearlv^tw-.f -ei of cater feeln : made t-etn-ecn i: m and^^o'chs-k, I i,.m tiiat feaa^ till t o - b-ck the rise^was fr-un four M vi\ inches ,n hour and r'-a :-. -I^a stage higher than ever before in the history of^Ihe city. The entire Illinois va!!e^ fiom the ion.tlon of the RaBkabaa * Maafci to ia sail* isniuudat.'-l. Vlativ Mi ^u*aiii| dell.,1 s worth of^nfaaaftj has isc-n dosiio\e,i. InOttawa several nianufaeitirins estaBSjaV^liienls were ohllged to -hut down, and theelec^to.* ratlwax. sotne tw o mile, in length, is under^water from two to seven f,-.-t, p.-.,pie on the betloillt.inds W-re obliged | n \ .,. .|te tll-lt f.trttl-, andII e v it. i it lo.l.sk ui matix instance, is wit ii in a lew f'-ei ..f tfea feaaaaa, v ri**ef on*^f.H^t more w ill in-e .it.ite the vacation of many^hollies. Vsw.-de nam-d .l inn- rn w a- irown-d UK^evening while h^lpin^ to MBBBBI st.*-k from ah^Islrnd. 1 he Illinois river is no.re than a nr ^^^w i.le here, and at Ilea. nearU up to the city. Vi ion. damage is anticipated to au^ -if the .it|e.. .i. the water ha not risen over an inch^since * o'clock. MAINE'S PEOPLE'S PARTY. treetoinace tdim-ntct In ill.tine * State^Hold a ( onirnllnn. i.VHrivrit.Me,. May i A state convention^^ f ihe pe.,ple-. party was held here to-dav.^Vfter tcptporari orjani-'atiori. a c,imrnlttee on platfoimand tlotion, was appointed. Th plalfoimappiov.-s the plat'-rni adopted by th*^in-bistrtal easBBaBl at st. Louis, demand* a ltd. safe and flexible curren--^ w hi' il shall b* alegal lender for all debts, to be controlled ^x- eiusiveivb-. ihe national government and ls*ti*d^to the extent of ivi per capita, also demands^the fie. and unlimited i oinagc of sliver, and thIt all revenues sh^|| be hnillc.l totheneees saivexpenses of the goverment. demands a^graduated income ta\ and the same protection. tolabol as 1. ic. otd-'-l to. .ipltJl. and tlieeuact- BBSSof a law bv ^ otigrea* that^tlie emplo-ini-nt of ah-n labor kaS -ul'ie.-f the^eniph.ser la i Isa ^I *l i^-r da^. t^^ be pud MB*^the fulte^l .-la.*-., tteasuty, for every day that siHhforeigu laborer shall U- pi v-l. or *'teh a.urn as shall Ipial to tlie hlgfeM aaaajs* ofMaSBaMaa hi the aBpRal mbbmbiS in the^rarlaaa aysaati Mof themti ^ that und n--w heldbx capitalists for s|^- nutive purposes^shall b.- I. . I.iilue.l hy Ihe ^jMBtBSMBl and held^fejf BMBl inllfelll oul^ that all trusts for the^pnrpo.e ,.f . .mirolling prl. es of articles of n* ...tt^ I..- pi.I under ih^ ban of tlie law aud iu.le a B*BBl oflen-e. tiiat the gov^^ernment at on * lafea aafeM of th* raii-^r.,^d. telegraph aud t.-hpli--oe -vsteni*^SMBBBSI a - hung' sistent la I at Mat. aa eight-^hour si .leiii in ..II mills, loiiu-s. Ira-lcs and fac^t ,i a-s. ^ t- tl - .ft a.-- it ^ ii-ib-ss ,-fsex^ strict^.-i',.t -em.-nt of tlie -t it- | iw^ reg irdlug prohl-^feafeSB BBdl il..-^ ti.i. In.eiit cf such law* as mav^lent... ^ rx ho a onipl. tc and universal over^^throw ^f -al. .tis. The lonventiou made the^following iiintinali.u For governor. I.. I*. featn of teartpart. I^;.- lor- ,,t huge and detegate*t*^ th* ffeaafea convention wete ^U^^nonilnaled. ^ TELLGHAPHICBRIEFS.^IT.islirs *^fl New* From V ainnit I'art* ot in..Mia VVseitiN-.f-ix. May i. rii.- *en.ite .-o-nnuttee^. n finance ha. not ^et con*id- r^-il the tariff^i-i i. aaaaad at tin- n.ui*e. oilmi i. out .May ^ Word I- rec-iveil here^Hall He- feawfo.indlaud legislature ha, patse.1 a ieBM renewing the I - - in Mat| tat iff a.i list l au ^da. I,..i -N.M n ll-'il.-t in in 'o l iters have^decided to refioe the ib m-fid ^f tie- men for a^i.it. ^ hour dax. and should the men strike to lock MaSaaMMaa The BarttsM am Sat Mb ll-emallt-l to IBjfeL Wveint- x. Max i. Springer presided at a^meeting of the house w.-\s and means commB-^t. e this mom tu for the t r^t tune (n s^-veral^months. He i. begiiiiuiig i^ l.s-k llae haiiself^agalu. but is st'll weak.^Mil net i;--i M iv i I'.em u- w is looked m^. a cell heavily it- iie,| and closely guarded to pre-^! vent si-n ide ||e s oft calmly List night and n*.^! -'tod the a ill lag m 'u* kkasnsas iiii^ra^rn-^itu BjOMK.Hal i feaaaa FatBsM Italian min^^ister to to- I n.ie-l ^t.l!es. t a. slat ;.-,t -u hi* maila Waahlagtua. taa bBMarlSfea * i^a^^set-,i i-aa 'I-' si. line: \ -tin.in . whii'h leave*^tsouthamptou May '. WASaiaWtoV.Mai ' I I.* commissi-n*r of^patent * hat .*^ led tine.- pateati t.^ T. A. EdMoa. ilgnerof tb* vv.-st.-in I'M Telegraph com-^pan*. covering the feat ties .-f th* speaking Mfe^^1 I'h-.ne The oiginal appllca'-.'ii was flletl in t^*7. V|\ -Ilk. M ix ^ II I- -^ i - Is received BjaMi uha of the murder of liou.ale*. a wealthy^i-iaatar. i v laapailiii HataaaalM of Havana,^llernande' savs l-andit* munlered iior./ale*. hut^l-|o ..Ntmis Ml Hcrnan-le/ s ,-:^tfee* led to his arrest. iii xki r^ros. I i' . V!^v ; All counties in thestate xesterdax held conventions to chooa*^. . .it.^t.. tfea Mala - BaaaatM to tfeaaM dele-^gales ta mm BBBMinal .icmo.-r.itic convention. A^it-.v counties instructeit for Hill, hut a larga^tu Mat ii^ were utiinstructed. lv^ - Max Itava. lu-l. who has recorerwd^it at feM teoent H aldeje.-tM'ii and now laugh*^Mfefet VBTM Vfekrh fea s^ .ii. .1 the jury, etpect*^a verdict of extenuating cir. i.instance* in the^Moallbtiaaa trial. lelying on the eflet-l*of suu-^liai . - ei^ lie Uxtist again*! the jur).