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VOL.Ill^NO. 256. ANACONDA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 18. 1892. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THELOVE OF HOME'THE NATION'S CAPITAL Desireto Possess One of Our Own In^^nate in Ev^ ry Heart. WHEREAND HOW TOGET ONE BozenitnOffers Greater Induce^^ment* Than Any Other City In^Montana-West Side Ad^^dition the Best. Theholiest insiinri of the human heart^is (he love of home*; anil within every^man's ljiT.11,1 is implanted an innate de^^sire to at some tune imisscss a home of^his own. No mailer what hi^ efgttsta^^stances may he, some when' in the ileep^recesses of his heart nestles the fond ho|^e^that a pleasant home, together with all^tho tender associations which the word^implies will yet lie his. Man'slife may lie divided into three^periods. First, the happy home life of^iiis boyhood, when hu j^ surrounded by^brut hers, sisters anil lricnds, and is^matched over w ith tender solicitude w hi^ h^only a mother's love ever knows. Next^comes that vague, unsatisfactory, dream^^like period of existence when everything^is to he and nothing is. It Is during this^period that vice presents itself in its'^most alluring forms, and happy is he who^comes out scatljless from the evil in^^fluences w hieh beset his footsteps where-^ever he goes. It is the unutterable^longing lor something better that^takes |Kisst ssiou of men's hearts^during this period which is^responsible f^,r the doubts that arise as to,^w hether life is worth living, and the sooner^the |^eri^sl ends the lietter it is for the in^^dividual and lor Mm world. Last and best^is the time when man takes unto himself^a mate ami the true responsibilities of life^begin. From that time on he has some^^thing to live for. something to call out his^Is'st energies and develop the innate no.^bilitv of his soul, il hi1 has any. Andit is now. more than ever before,^that he feels the want of a home of his^own. He may lake Iiis lair young wife^into a house in longing to another and Is*^happy there. Hut he caiinut help but feel^that they BSW mere sojourners in the place,^ami that every dbllui s|ient in beautifying^thc.r home is a dollar invested lor the^lien* III of some future tenant. II he is^w ise he w ill not spend much money in that^M|. He w ill apply it to the purchase of a^home of^ his own. and then cwry dollar^expended m tin- way of .idol nun-ill will^add to the beauty and \ulue of his own'^property. Inselecting a place of permanent alsxle^it is the pari ol wisdom to choose a locality^combining good business and residence^ijualitii'atioiis. in this icspcc t Hozemau^stands peerless among Montana cities.^Surrounded by the largest area of pro^^ductive agricultural land between East^^ern Dakota and l'uget sound, besides^being in the heart of tin' great mineral dis^^tricts of the state. Iloienian is tho princi^^pal financial and commercial center of^Eastern Montana, and the prestige it now^has it can easily retain to the end of time.^Its constant anil steady growth during the^last few vein s is a sale criterion by which^to guage its future progress. Only it^should always he borM in mind that with^each succeeding year its advancement will^be greatly aceellerated l;y the infusion of^new blood and the incoming of outsitle^capital. The present season, for instance,^w ill see the city taking great strides to^^wards metropolitan appointments and ap-^|ieurances titan ever before. In a few-^weeks it will have a daily paper equal to^any in the state ; by the middle of summer^it wi'l have an electric car line traversing^its principal streets; contracts have been^let for a etkUAr t se ll.^ol house unci for res^^idences that would 1st a credit^to uuy citv in the Noithwcst j^It will have a ttoiiriug mill^of sullicient capacity to grind half the^gram raised in the valley; it already has^a hotel large enough 10 accoinmodute hun^^dreds of guests and w Inch is firs'class in^all its appointments: it has city hall^which tot be,uit^- ot architecture and con^^venience of arrangements is second to^none 111 this state; it has an elegant opera^house with a seating rapacity of nearly^1,001*: 11 has a public library containing^ovei 1..KI0 volumes ; it has sev en c hinches^and .111 e xc clh ut | ciiicational institution^aside from the public schools. \\ hat more^need be said to prove that Bozrmati is a^c ity in fuel as vv eil as iii name '.' As.1 rcMileia c city the preeminence of^hMM is cone riled b| nil w ho have any^knowledge of the lac is. Its beauty is so^striUtiig 1h.1t ottN -. . i. it lorevei 11 mains^11 pleasing 11 e.ill.ctioii in 1 lie n.mil. the^re |nil tk ol its hi alth olllcers ;,im e it to lie^exccptioliall.v free fr.au di -case and d^ at II:^its chiiiate is deligli: tul ^ its water system isthe- best ill the stale; its molality is provc-rbial. Withall these points in Us fat or. Ilo/i-^nianofl'eis greater iiicluccnienls tothose^^ ho desire to pur^ li.ee i esiileni e property^than any other ciiy in Montana. lajts m^desirable locutions laiigc in price from j-.'tn^upwaids, and the Iclfajg .lie so easy that^any w01 kingmau can seeuic a home with^^out 1.1k.ug any el! in. ^ , pf m any way di^-^coinnicKling hiiusclf. The*West side addition gesMggggg p. c u-^liar advantage--, ami in oUcring lots for^sale 111 that aialite'ii we Joel assured that^we arc llllliisli.lin people ^ith just what^they vv ant in the way ol residence ggajge^rrty. In ma olttcu rooms. Owsley block,^we have 1111 elegant oil painting, fJ xlt^lect. showing this aiiditioii, and^the public is 11 spec tlully invited^to call and examine it. Our^property is located jgej west of the city^rvrk. and is only tw..blinks from the elec^^tric stn-et railway line to he completed^tins summer. The soil is of e xcellent^quality ^ and w it li each lot we deed a water^right, the water being nlnailv on the^grounds. Wc a!-o gu.u.intee a liv ing tree^on eu li cornei of even lot. anil vvc pro^pose m .I.iti.. tic \\'e^t Side addition a^park in itself. Ourterms are one.third cash, the bol-^onee 1:1 six and te/ejee. months without in^^terest ; or jju down and tlO per month^until lots are paid for. Ike\. Smith, general igent. rooms '.'4^^Owslcv block. Hurt. . M,,:it. Uv-orgcAudlev, i \-ai^ house, (ji auue. Considerationof toe Provisions for an^Increase of the Navy. SA\IN( . I'NCI E SAM'S MONEY Commissioner Career Says He Hasn'tResigned-Members of^the House Indulge In^Harsh Words. W.shim.ton. May 17. ^'handler intro^durcd a bill to authorize the registration^of certain steamships as vessels of the^I'nited States; referred to the committee^on commerce. It recites that Austin for-^bin of New York and associates, propose^to organize a company to he known as the^American Steamship company, with a^capital of at least $1(1,000.000. for the pur^^pose of i .instructing and purchasing first^class passenger steamers to run between^the city of New York and some port^or ports of Great Rritian aud pro^^vides that all vessels of the com^^pany of not less i han 7.000 tons^and capable of a speed of not less than 0^knots an hour, anpiircd by purchase or^otherw ise after the passage of the act.^shall be entitled to receive American reg^^isters in accordance with the conditions^of the act of May 10. \W2. provided the^company shall show to the satisfaction of^the secretary cvf the treasury that it was^built oi contracted to have built la an^American ship yard, a vessel of equal or^gieater tonnage with such foreign built^ship. also, provided that no register shall^be issued to a foreign built ship until the^company shall have acquired, or applied^foi the registry of at least two such fot-^eign built ships, with a specified capacity^and speed. Thenaval appropriation bill was then^taken up, the pending question being the^provision for an increase of the navy.^McIJhcrson. who Friday last offered nn^amendment to strike out tho bouse pro^^vision for an armored cruiser and the^senate provision for a battle ship, and to^prov ide for three, instead of one harbor^defense double turret ship, monitor ty pc,^modilled his amendment, leaving the^number of monitors at one. Higgius of^Delaware favored an inc rease of the navy,^even if it involved increase national debt.^\ ilas said the amount of annual^appropriations imposed on the country^might not improperly tie desc ribe d as ap^^palling, and he did not think tne senate^should go further towards increasing the^uav y under the present circumstances than^the house bill provided. Vest of Missouri^said he would vote against the proposed^increase in every shape aud form. Allison^of Iowa, c hairman of the appropriations^committee, asked the democratic senators^to indicate what statutes they would like^to repeal in order to reduce the^appropriations now necessary. Vest^replied he would repeal the siisar bounty^law and the postal subsidy bill.^Allisou calculated the amount this would^save at about s*.000.0ut) and said the coun^^try was asked to elect a democratic presi^^dent aud senate in order that the sugar^ts-.unty aud postal subsidy laws might be^repealed. Vest replied that would just be^a sturter. Allison referred to the condition^of the public treasury and. among other^things, said to the senators who were dis^^tressed about a sinking fund at this time :^^I will say it has $:i*.ono,000 to its credit^and the chances are before the fiscal year^every dollar that ought to be applied to^it for the year, or within a few millions^ot least, will be applied to it. When the^fisc al year ends wc will have instead of^bankruptcy K.S,000.0n0 surplus, and prob^^ably j:^).OiW.00O. That is the latest esti-^mate, and 1 havn no doubt we will keep^w ithin il. I will venture my statement ^^u^the ^.'.'i.ou0.i^^i. aud say every requirement^ol the treasury w ill have been satisfied,^and thai there w ill be t2S.in0.unii surplus^on the 1st of July next. Millsof Texas said the report of the^se cretary of the treasury did not coincide^with Allison's statement as to surplus.^Hawley of Connecticut said none of our^w ar ships could go out to open sea for bat^^tle. They were splendid chasers-and^probably splendid runners but what was^w.lined was at least a few of the old kind^of 1M2 and .V. and '00. Finally n vote was^taken on Mel'herson's modified amend^^ment and it was rejected yeas Is; nays^30. Morganol Alabama offered an smend-^meiit providing that if harbor defense^ships lie p it on the I'acdtc coast, an al^^lowance of three |^cr c-ent. may lie made^on its cost to the contractor in addition in^the contract price to cover cost of the^tiaiisportatioii of the material. Agreed^to without division. The on est ion re-^^ Hired on an amendment re|Hirted by the^e.iinmitiee on appropriations. Cockrell^^^l Missouri op|K^sed iton1iiegroiindih.it^tlici-e is no absolute necessltv for the new^vessels i unit-mplutcd, aiiilih.it the condi^^tion of the trousiirv did not justifv -tie-h^.hi e^ \pcinil111re. Without coming to a^vote on the' question, the senate ml^lourncd. OUR MINERAL LANDS. AHill lor Ho- I'rotec tlcen nl the- Miners^Reported tee the. House. WasHim.ion.May 17. The bill to pro^^vide for the examination and classifica^^tion of the mineral lands iii Montana and^Idaho to-day was reported to the house^from th ^ committee on public lands. The^object of the bill is to prevent ihe acquisi^^tion of lauds said to he rich m minerals^by tin- Northern Pacific Railroad company^under its land grant. IN THE_ HOUSE. TwoMsiiiImi. Indulge In Hot Weird. In^the Vinii.emeiit nl Tlicdr Associates. WashiNoton.May 17. The following^bill, among othcis. was reported and^plio ed on the calendar : For the survey^of a sliip canal to connect Lake Erie and^the Ohio river. The regular order was^taken up despite the effort of Holm.in to^pus ced with ihe sundry civil bill, the^^hii-tihi teeing .en Walkers expunging^le solution. It was referred to the com^^mittee on mles and the house went into a^committee of the . ts* ,,|, e|J(. -uudi-v^i iv il bill. Pic kler of South Dakota inovi-el^n. iiie-rcase the appropriation to asset) the'^c\|Mii-es..f protecting timber on public laudsfrom sUBjO 0 to KtO.ooo. lost. Dur^^ing the disc ussion of ilus motion Otis ol^Kansas. Wilson of California. Bowers ol^California and Snislgiass of Tennessee,^engaged in a noisy controversy as to^whether the law was efficiently execute^!^Bowers antl Suoilgruss had a difference as^to some remark that was made by the^former, or which Stiodgrass understood^him to make, and although the lie did not^pass, the ^l-dkl-not.^ and ^Von-did^^style of argument was indulged in, to the^amusement of the member- I'ending ar -^tion on the hill the commit tee rose and^the house adjourned. THAT BUffc POSTOFHCE.^Postmaster F.vean. petition Will Receive^Attention X^v^ Idaho ontres. tpectal IINpstoh t.i the Standard. W\SHINi.TiaVMay 17. T|,^ postoffle*^department is taking the condition of ihe^Butte oflice into consideration and may^be able to enoourage Postmaster 1 vans^before long, although it is admitted that^the difficulty of increasing salaries is one^of law. Twonew ivoatofflces have been estab^^lished 111 Idaho, one is at Midway. Brice^county,with Presley Moore as postmaster:^the other at Wapi. Logan county, ^ith^John F. Powell as postmaster CARTER'S FUNNY DOINGS. HeSsv , That He Doesn't lotrud to r.lve^I p His Jab. SpecialMajaMi tn the standard Washinc.ton. May 17. Commissioner^Carter has changed his mind ^he says his^resignation has not In-en sent in and that^he has concluded to hold on to his office^tor a while. For a man who appeared^very anxious to have it understood that^he would resign, he certainly acts queerlv. DEGRADEDHUMANITY. Devilish Work or One of the Many^Wolves In hheen's Clothing. London.May 17. There appears to be^an epidemic of assaults on women travel^^ing alone in railway compartments. Yes^^terday a painter named Windle was ar^^rested at Ketfonl for assaulting a rook^named Hannah forelock, in a railway car^^riage. The prisoner was arraignod to-day^aud remanded tor trial. Another case,^w hie h is all the blacker from the fact tho^offender is a minister, was reported to^clay. Itev. Kennedy Hell, ructoi of Little^Bedwin. 111 Wilkeslure. was travel^^ing in company with Miss Pi nan.^daughter of the Kiltenburv station^master. He s|s.ke to the girl and^she seeing he was a ^ lergy man entered^into a conversation with him. Finally he^made an impioper proposMtosV w hich she^indignantly spurned, hut he took advant^^age of Ins siipcrioi strength and indecently^assaulted her. though not until she made^a desperate struggle toesc ape. When Ihe^train reached fireat Hedw in. Miss Britan^got out, but did not mention the assault^to the guards, telling her parents, how.^evci.sooiias isjssible what had befallen^her. The train proceeded on its way and^a telegraph operator took Miss Rritnn's^seat in the compartment. Bell engaged^her in conversation and at last tried to^fondle her. She repelled his advances,^hut he persisted and grasped her abnu^^the waist. Despite her frantic efforts to^free herself he succeeded in assaulting^her. As iisiiul the communication cord^was not in order, and leuth girls, though^they shrieked for help, were not heard.^After Bell had committed the^crime he talked to Miss \ leery,^pointing out to her the disgrace^that would accrue to her. should she tell^of the affair, but she refused to listen and^at the next station notified the guards of^the occurrence and the rev erend scoundrel^wss taken into eustodv. shortly after^ward the police were informed uf the fea,^sault made ii|s^n Miss Britan. Bell, who^is a married man. w ith tw o children, here^^tofore has borne an excellent reputation.^The gir!s are also of Ihe best c haracter.^The affair has caused w ide-spread indig^^nation, and the feeling against Bell is very^bitter. He was reniauile-d foi trial. HEDIDN'T MENTION CLEVEI AND D.It. I^. Murphy Mm led t halrinau of Ihe^c nllforula Deiiioeiallc ('on e nntlon.^Fffsno, Cal.. Mav 17. ^ The democratic^state convention was called to order here^this afternoon. J. lb Ostium and B II. I'.^Murphy were placed 111 nomination for^chairman. E. E. Leak.-, who plae-ed Os.^iron. 111 nomination. sai^l thai On nun^recognized the fact that all issues in the^coming campaign inusi be siiteorcliii^ated lo lie- issueof lurifl reform, aiidlh.it^firmer Cleveland i- the candidate of the^people ami the. one iiudei whom all dctn-^is-rnts must light- At the mention of^( leveland's name then- was great en^^thusiasm. .lacksonHatc h, in nominating Mm pi. .^declared tilat tariff reform and the regula^^tion of railroads must Is- the great issues^111 the campaign. He denied the assejrtious^that the county delegation to w hie h^Murphy belonged would scud no one to the^Chicago convention w nee is nut uifavoref^t levelatld. Hull call n-sulted in the elec^^tion 01 Murphy us chairman by a vole . |^.^to Js ,. I ieoli taking the chair Murphy^Iliad*'a five-minute speech 111 which the^name of Clevelahel was not mentioned. sheDoesn't I.Ike* Vi. loria.^Vfcw York. May 17. Mrs. Km ma Berk-^w orih. to w lioin has Is-en offered the nom^^ination for the vice presidency of ilea^I I'liited States on all c-cpi.il rights ticket,^declares that while sin- would accept the^position with either Belv a Loekw nod or^i Frances B. Willunl as the nominee for^' first place, she would not run on the same^ticket with Victoria Woodhtlll. tTaahret \ vrsv Ills c.reds CoikcilBlifi-s. Iowa. May 17 The^I'nion Facille- grade in this city has be^n^washed .ait and travel over the line tn iu^here is suspended. Through tram* 011 tlie^Chicago. Milwaukee et St. Paul and the^Chicago. Kes-k Island * raeitlc. whi-li^pass ov er the Cuion Pac itic bridge-, aie ly^^ing in the yards and can get no farther. !^^^H. .Inure Dead. ChaMPaii.n.HI.. May 17. James Be^Jones, who was chief of the law dr. Isjeej^of tbir tiension bureau under Genora*)^Black, during ( lev eland ^ administration,^died to-day . aged ^,J vears. licev inslcrt-s strike. Clticyiai.May 17. Five hundred ecit^^hers of the- Boxmakers' union struck here^1e^doy for increased wages. THERE18 NO CHANGE Thingsire Quiet Id all of ihe Camps^of the Coecr d'Alene. AIDFROM OUTSIDE SOI RCES All Sorts of Stories that Are^Startod and Easily Run Down^Minors Who Trust in^the Can-in- Srertalnisnstcli to the Stsodard. WsLLsc-k.Idaho, May |7. There is ab^^solutely no change in the situation to-day^involving the Mine Owners' association^and the Miners' union in the Coeur^d'Alene, although a thousand rumors^have been freely circulated, nor is there^likely to be any change for several days^to come. It was reported that a number^of non-union men had left the T'nion I^mine this morning, but this statement^has since been denied. Tbe mine ow ners 1^claim that only 18 men have left the mine j^so far. and a number of these have been^discharged for incompetency and other^reasons. The miners claim, however,^that the number is much larger. Itis a well-known lact that ihe agenis^for the Mine Owners' association are^scouring the country in search of men. It^is also said that a large number have lieen^secured. East and West, and that they^will be brought here in a few day s. It is^evidently it hard matter to get non-union^men to come into the Coeur d' Alene^country', as w arning has been sent broad^^cast of the trouble existing here. The men^w ho recently arrived here from the West^Superior mining district say that a force^of fully iUO men had been secured to come^here, but that all but H refused to go^w hen the train was about to lesve for the^West. A majority of the miners who^remained behind told their friends to^write to the tn upon their arrival here and.^incase there was no trouble, they VMM^e otne on at once. Ithas been reported that the mine own^ers offered these non union men i.V^n per^day foi miners and t^l for car men and^shnvelers, but. on their arrival at the^I '111011 mine, told them they would pay but^MJi and a day. This was denied to-day^by several prominent mine owners who^say that the v have in no case attempted^to rut the scale of wages offered 111 their^ultimatum to the Miners' union. Withregard to the men still remaining^at the I'nion mine there is a difference of^opinion. The mine owners claim that^there are about lun men there. This^number, the miners rlsim. inc ludes the^^tO armed gusrds under the leadership of^Joe Warren, who has returned to the^mine since furnishing bonds for his ap^^pearance before Judge Angel, on Monday.^May JS. to answer to the charge of having^entered the state aud unlawfully im-^psraonsxad a I'nited Stales deputy^she lift. It cannot be definitely learned how^many of these men are at work. Some^sat that all of Uism are working, while^others say that only six am engaged in^mining. Men who have quit the I'nion^mine say that not a single man is at work^who arrived here from tbe Fast last Sat^^urday . They aay that they are all anxious^to leav e the mine, but are intimidated ba^^the dire threats made by the |^osse of^arineel guatds. and then reason given is^thai they elo no) want to leave without^their baggage, whh h is stored in the com^^pany's hoarding house at the mine and^which the non-union men fear they would^lose should they desert. Prominentmemlwrs of the union say^that they are not at ail anxious to have^these men quit at present, as they will get^them all out when ihe proper time routes.^They say that the mine owners csn feed^ihem just as cheap as they can. The min^^ers are in receipt of letters and telegrams^daily from all parts of the I nited States^from labor organizations in general offer^^ing donations to the bind. Five hundred^dollars way received from the Miners'^union at Eureka. I'l.eh. te-day. and a tele^^gram from Spokane slated thai the union^mineis could have any thing they w anted^and that a carload of provisions aould he^forthcoming at onc e-. Several carloads of^supplies are now on the way herefrom^Montana Hon..bulge Frank maid and C W.^Bushiiell. attorney s bu tbe miners. I ill^remain here for sevrial days. Tliey are^preparing a counter action against the in^^junction. Both gentlemen are retice-ni re^^garding matters |M-ri.lining to the coming^suit 111 ihe I'nited Mates district court at^Boise m bine. The miners have-every^oontielclire, howevc i. that the injunetion^w ill be quashed, as thev claim 11 was sc-^eured by gross misn-preseiitatton. Oilbeing interviewed by the stani^-^sRn's correspondent to-day. 0. B. Me^Atiley . a prontiueiit nuneownsi and mem^^ber ^ if the association, said: ^The real^cpic-slion at issue Is w hether skilled Ishoi^is to be classed with common labor. Per^sexually I be-lieve in miners' unions when^ggajgetrig coneiucteei 111 any uud every nun^ing camp. Tbe miners have ( perfec 1^right to ask for flu a .lav or f J a niiliule.^on the other hanel the mine owners have^as much right tee refuse to pay that amount.^Simply hi - .u.s. we have asked the mine is togej tO Wi/rk Sr*0 tunes. It does Hut tl.m-. -- sanlvfollow that we sic compelled to ask^them TOO times. If we cannot run our^mines 10 suit ourselves this summer, we^will wait until next summer, or such tune^as we can do so w ithout interference. As^far as I am personally concerned. I do net^care whether a minet who works in my^mine boards at tbe company boarding^bouse or not or trades at a company store.^He can hoard or trade where he pleases^I realise that this tight may l^e a hard one^and work hardships on ritnens in genersl.^We do not eare how much money they^have in Montana or how strong the union^may be. we intend to iiuietlv pursue the^co urse w hie h has already been planned^we do not c are if every man at the l inen^mine quits or how inati. others wno 1n.1v^be brought 111 quit. That does not rut any^figure w hatevei in this fight. Mr.McAtjley was apiiarently g'wsl-na-^tured when interv iewed. but inclined 10^lee a trifle sarcastic 111 his remarks, lag^McDonald has been engaged to superin^^tend the Tiger mine at Burke, and 11 St^probable that, should a force of non-union^tinners be lleporteMl. they w ill lee put to^work theie at once. The miners claim thatthey do not care how many^men are shipp-d in. as ev^^ery one of them will come high.^Many men ant w illing to como hen: just^seseg the country, ^s their fares are^paid, they ire at bin little expense and^w ill not go lev work when thev reach ihe^Couer d'Alenes. X fight of tins nature 1-^an expensi.e article, ami it is to he re^^gretted that some kind of an amicable^settlement cannot be arrived at. Such^an agreement would be bailed w it 11 joy by^every retailem in this section. WANTTO KEEP IT OPEN. Vlaws Of I nit 11 I ens on the ( lie.Ing nl ths^tVnrlct's Fair nn stiinlsvs hk AieO, May 17. At the I'miai ian con^^ference today the report of the s^h-rci^n ,^Mrs. Reed, for the last year was presented,^ancl shows a vast amount of work has ls-cn^accomplished and the financial condition^ef the society has proved to be bevond ex^^pectation In the afternoon a number of^interesting iea[K*rs were read and the fol^^lowing officers elected Rev . Ida C. Hul-^tin. Mohne. HI., president. Mrs. Celia P.^Wooley, vice president. Mis. Mannut H.^Parkins, secretary and treasurer] Mrs. H.^('. Reed, secretary of ihe Posiofflre^Mission society. A lengthy preamhle and^resolutions regarding the world's fairwere^adopted which declare 111 part. ^We re^^gard it as the w ish and conviction of the^Women's Western I'nitariau conference,^that the world's fair in all its educational^aid art exhibits should Is* opened 011 Sun^^day . and we hereby petition the dins tory^of the exixcsitiou, praving them toconsider^not the denominational opinions and be^^liefs of any one sect, or am ono of the^religions, but in tlie light of that progres^^sive faith which is limited only by the^needs and aspirations of the entire race^and the development of our entire hu^^manity. The1 ouventioii adjourned to meet next^year. The annual convention of eliffeerent^I'nitarian societies will last three days^longer. AFTERTHE KILLING TakingTestimony at Red I edge in the Hweeny-Wlllett Bgggt^special f^1S|^atcb In tlie standard. RrnInner. Mont.. Mav 17. In the^reweenv-Willett shooting case. 1 orotic r^Moore of Big Timber arrived ti^dav. He^examined the bodv of the de. eased man^a ud de. ide-d that an inquest was not nece s-^sary. The preliminary examination began^at 7 o'clork this evening liefore Keyser^Brow 11. justice of the pea^ cat Blackburn s^hall. Acting t ooniv \ttornev Miller of^Livingston is conducting the. ease for ihe^state. and .hvhn T. smith of Livingston.^W. F. Meyci and t V. MeAnelly of Red^Lodge appear for the defense. One wit^^ness was examined this evening, when^court selloutm ,| until o'clock to-morrow^morning. The defense admit the killing^and claim it was done in self-defense. The^interest in the rase is intense and the hall^was packed with spectators. HISINJURIES FATAL. JohnSweeties. M'bo Was txaulied ftf^Thugs la Helena. (perial f^l*p^t' h In the standard Hki.TNa.May 17. John Swendsen. w ho^w as helef up and brutally Is aten by tluee^thugs Minday night, died from his injuries^at St Peter's hospital this morning, offi^^cer Scharienbroich. who was shot, is im-^prov ing. News came this morning that the^three men answeriug the ilesc riptinu were^seen on a ranch on ihe Canyon Kerry road,^about five miles from this city. A box saw^the men with guns. A strong fotee of offi^^cers were immediately sent out. hut thus^far have failed to find ihem They are^scouring Ihe country along the Missouri^river. SHOWMENKILLED. A Trsla t srrtlng lllngllng lliolhse.^I lee ee^ Derailed In Kansas. Anmsiis. Kan.. May 17. I he first sec-^tion of Ringliug Bros', circus tram .in the^Central branch load was dm he.I bv the^giving way of a culvert near Concord-.1^this morning. Four shownin wire killed^and five badly injured. Twenty he ad of^stock were drowned in tie- *iie-am. Two^dead bodies were taken from the wie. k.^Assistance has gone from here. Again on the lli^e. ktokt'fc.tc ^wa. Nifty - tjoth ih*1 Pffc^Moil.** mid Mi^msfttppi m*rs ftf** utfnm^rifting an^) water from in** In*- Mom's^is pounnK ttintu^'h a brraU in Hm Mnt^lev****. F^'^i^ iii a riiicri.iin* ^| th.it |M^Y.tfy ptian \v\ Ma pMtMlftflfl \ l'*\.ttnlt ..i.^Mo., ^ ill ^ u ^^ u .t\ il tho riM* t oiitniN* ^. .ii Itlis .^criOil*lv wcftkfMIC'l l^^ *l^ ^ l^ rill*..^YUo Mifts^i-sftip|.i Ikj- mm 11 MM i^-utti .Hid^th#^ \h't Mi uiir ^ -six nn do * ^ 1 ^ 1 ^ inc Mi*' i|.i\ .^K.irn.crH ^r*^ Mflkl b**hui't ^nli tln-ii^Milk - ^^ -mm. m Al.mkv Mnic Fop tii^Mint MONTHKAl. sMa^ 1*. Tl^^ V,f,\ I o(|.| ./i riri*f^ii|^i^iif|i-iit *^a\^ . \t ,4 miftin^ of tlfet^^ liM'p M^a lUhcrtni'ii, ^ir f^^,org^' WmU n I' Mill ,1 :-^^| Itll' .i'lilli'llff* ll|;|1 *. i ^ . 1 t 'Britain at ou^^ tin^^* w is r|#^*#^ upon ^ ar^' with Hfcti I * n 11 - m I Mat^*^.oiit t|i^\ MM) mm^^^^! t*i r^#*ti|i' th** 10 itior hv aroitiaiiffi. I- - * - llolsv* lllicsl-n, I. gel *||^r. f.NprH, W^o.. Ma^ 17. , huu refill^lail 1'ii .tk ill iimcI*' h*^ro laist m/lit, t^^^w Inch all th^^ priftoin-r* 1 -i ap^ ^l X ^ ^^j1 ^^teh'Tiff wlm aMfinptiil 1.1 rr*rnpitir^^ ^li#*in^wan tatally MttCtstodi Among the 9uttgm4^pri(*oiier^ art- HI.-- ami ' oilaM, im a of ih*r^inottt notortoiiK Iioim* thinvrnof (lio waji t-Oftft Of Mm k. riioeMx.Arizona. Ma^ K. \n rfttimate^gathered from tha ,-nnnpal ^ ^t*tle ranges^throughaut th^* trrritor^ , ^lio* * itu- to^^ of^^lock th*- paot ^rar aaj 16 to *h p#^r rent^Tha loa^^, How*^\er. ^ab niort^ than ^'^^^ **rrr|^h% tha inrrvaa**. ARrrriirer Ord^r#d. Bmtimovi.. Ma\ I^. -Iu^lge^ r-itting^ha^r siMAaM to onler rtl^ n i ^ininieut of^a r***eivcr for MM Ameruan Fraternal^( irrle, a mutual benellt a^ui-iattnii ^hu*h^ha* l**.ni)0 member* an*I f*^i.oj^i ,1, .^[toait. AgftlRftt 1 *U^ LWl| ^^^II. Komf,Ma\ 1^. The \aucan ha* M^n' a^nroular Ifiter to Amerwan bi^lu^pr^ torotn-^mending the formation of a national^union against 1 aheu^l^i^m. Iti* m ethiavr.^\vn v .'R.ir . Mich. Ma\ IT, * hnght^rornct ia report nl fn^m Ma^.*iMoii, tMtio.^It i^ circular ami has a mpnl motion. It^it in th^* rotiatfllatuMi (ieinmi. WASINSTANTLY KILLED TheBoiler of a Locomoti.s Blois Up^With Fearlnl Results. M\N1 TRAINMEN INJUM0 Freight C^irs Piled no on the^Tracs Ens'innfir William Da-^Camp loses His^Life. Kpe,1 iMsp.it- h tn the ^tan^tsr^t. B11.1iM..s. May 17. \t I o'elo-k. lust as^an east-lsiiintl ti'-ightwnh 0 cars was piiilingout of Billings, the hnllef el the joeoinotivoexpl'-ch il ,eii-l eigdt cars were^piled ii|sitt the li.e k. I iiemstl William^De I amp was thmwn out anil eliecl^in live minutes. Head hrakemati Nor^^man II.IV is. ve^li'i was stand.tig 111 the^gauesev. xlso thrown 'tit and severely^scalded h tie I luswi-wt fractured Fncmeer^William Jones miraculouslv ^ -.-apeel with^slight in inries though under tl.e dehns ^lf^the vv re. k.-d rah. I 'ond'i'''^t Towell and^Brakein.cn ^ . ^. Wilson were slightly cut^atsint the t.ne. A wreekiiu 2*ng had^c leared Ihe track liy !'^ n'rloek. [M amp^leaves a w idow and child living at For*^svthe. ^. u in^pist vv ill lie held t'V-morrow. VALUABLE COAL LANDS. Illtei|ecitant Cass lee lee- Dei olsel hj ths^I lilted state, l and MBegi .spe.i ll Meggtl II I t tli^ standard. MKMOIt v. Mav 17. The Missoula land^oftii e has ore|ei-ecl an nn|Mert.int hearing to^he held at f'oliiinleia K.ill* .1'ino e. Tha^i|uc siioii to Is- ui'iuired into i- the eharae-^ler of three ti n t, ol laud, said to lie worth^H'^^.^^.ieach. It gesaa wuhoiit saving that^the ^ as^- vv til he fought hard on both sicles. Alseutfont mouth, ago Frank Langfnrd^of I olumhi.i Falls and Xuclrew .1. Davis of^Btitie applie-el for BSVSBejSS for three placer^claims ncai I ohinihia Fall-. * protest w as^hied on ihe ground that the I..ud was more^valuaMe for c oal anil that H eontainecj no^gold iii pav mi: eiuantitie'.. 1 lie perti^-^ w ho^tiled the protest did not earrv it to issue,^and i ei i ideates vv ere issue^l to I angfoid^and Mavis on their claims. Siihse.e|iiently^auoihet protest was tilecl and earnesl to^the e-ommis^tonei' of tlie general land^olhee at Washington ^ it It the ici|uesl that^a heuilug Is- oich-ied to determine tho^i h.ll.e o r of tl.e land. \fte t a -tnlihot n^light tin- hearing was oi .let eel to the coni-^missioue-r. It will pidhshly he one of t he^hardest fought e a ,e-^ ev er trie d in the Ml^-^seeetlu land ofllee-, for the teason that the^^land- Hie v.ihialele coal laiieU and am^sought to he e-nie red hv the Northern In^tei national luipiovc-ineiit i oiupaity as^plaeei c-lainis. DISAPPOINI [O PLOPLK. Ihe, \^.eilil.le l.e See an tvrcutlnlt. hut^It In.In i Take Mare. Arm*^^. X. V., May 17. When the wit^^nesses inv itc-d to he piesenf at the eiectpe- rtltionof Tire re|Mll ted a I Ihe prison f his eveningthev were* nif..rtii^-cl that the exe^^cution would not take place until morn^^ing, .Hid were reeplesteal to assemble,^promptlv at e, lo ,i. ni. The exec ution^w ill proleahl.v take plac e hefote 7 o'clock.^Tie e. is v.-rv nervous this evening, and^though he tries t. ^ conceal the fact that he^is hicaking clow ii it is elearlv ev leient the^great mental strain i^ te lling on him. - g^^^^^vv* ill Merl at llailsy.^hpc'lal IMs|-al^ h to the sttaudard. Bitirvit.Idaho. Mav 1.. Arrange^^ment- have heen n inpleti d hv ihe Hailev^\thletie . luh for l pil/eti^ht to t ike place^III H.-Illev. Idglae. 'lltlC' II. t-etvv cell .|osC|.l| 1'ehe.n-t.ill...I Hailev. ami an un^^known n .11 it. d Phillips. Ii. m Boise City,^for a purse .,f aggo, the w inner to take the^enure stakes. l i e- llliple | .on prevail,^that il will Is-a hard light, as it is known^that Tehe is a pugilist of no .mall hsal^it-piHatieii and an gltgfi uud all !. ami^it i- stapgeoeed hVal PhiUi|ia i- not ..mmg^lo Weed i iv-e r tie he d.-iie up. ferent tn-^ten -t is inanif-'sfed in tie- eve nt, as it is positiveIv .l-seltld th.lt tliec. lltCSt shall^lee upon Hie- 111. i .! - ol the men. s... I.-. i iii. ItssaegMg life. srestji ii. r-ati ti letne gssggejN Sentv^ i. Mav 17. William II. Moore,^a vounj in.hi -d a nigtilv ^ .pe.-. .il fain-^ilv. eommttted suicide last night hv tak^^ing-ei\,t,nine. M.h.rew.i en^aje^l to be^m iii . d o. Mi-- Woider. an Sstlmshts^V'tlnt; ledv. end the vv.si.ling dav was^HsevtL he |. It i-.v o letters, one to his par^^ent ami ..lie i.i bat l eiiotiie.i. stgjtfcej that^I . vv as -iiHi ring fiutn a loathsome and m-^euiable .Ii i'j--. and I has he' loved Ml.--^\\ e idc-r its. vv e-ll to bring geJggsV to her^life bv mart^ lllg le r. lb- w as not yet Ji^years eef age-. NotIrs. t olaag* I .elk.^IImiii . |l.l , \\ iv 1^. Fist d^ m ^. i.itic^state euuveiilioii was ni |.| here t-.-dav and ele. ted the teellov. lllg le-|eg.lte- to Ihe national democrat'.' cmivent.uti: Hon.^Thomas I' II iv ai d. lilt am I!. Be ne. Qm^e mot-l!^v mills, haul I.' Keiuieelv ,lno.^Cgajgeg and W illi im I SlraogSt, The res- ohltt.tl- eil'-l '-.l .I' . .. . I e McKlll- leylull. ..pi...,. , .li.-ires. ...mage of silver^and strong.- indorses I levelauil. The^delegation was not itistrtieied. but all fa^^vor the ii.an.it all-Hi of ^ k velaitj for presl^de-tit. sMggge'llrm liieiidc-^Vrw V.^!.h May 17. At a banquet of^the I ni.^i T he ol..gli al semiuarv last night lie spe il.el- de elate d amid halldelsppillg approvalthat no matter w hat course Hat^' Presbv terian general assembly at the^(orthi-oming nveeting at Fertland. Ore.,^sh .uld tie loitcluug the orthodoxy of^Rev. Pr. Briggs. the seminary woule^stand b^ him regardless of conset)uencei BA-jE BALL YESTERDAY. Ihe Nalioaal 1 r^;ue AtSew York '. Baltimore 1\ \tHivHiklvil 7; Uosleil. ^. \ Philadelphia Washington, 7. At1'iltsburg I; Chicago, At( leve land Ij I outs'die, ^. AtSt. I.ouis No game. rain. Xte-terieLeague. AtToledo l| Mm neapolis, k^At Coluuibiis I; M. Paul 4.^VI Milwaukee '' Kall-asl'l'v I.^Vt Indian.ipoh- and i miaha l.ame |*s^t- |^ .^!^ .1 . 1.1 ii.