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VOL.III. NO. 272.
ANACONDA, MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING, JUN2 3. i3n PRICE FIVE CENTS. Bozeman(be Hare For Si aid That^is Where it H k Bytheir votes this fall the |^o^^;^|e of^Montana arc going ro practically dMMi^MM capital question. It is not at all MOT*^uhlc that any town will get a majority of^all the votes cast autl thus sottfcs the mat^^ter absolutely, hut |)MM M ill secure^enough votost to give her .1 place in the^final context and that is equivalent to vic^^tory in 18'J1. Tiiis time Bo^e man has to^niakc her ow 11 tight, and she is making it^in a straight-forward, manly ^ay that is^securing friends for her in m cry county^ill the Dtale. But when the fili.it coiitcs'^comes I Wt man will not have to light the^I'atlle single handed and aloue. She will^then have the richest anil most populous^cities in Montana to hack her ^ nh their^influence and w ith their voles. Helena^will most likely be her compciitor. and^ilionttti Helena should drain her pootatt^of the last nickel w rung from her sister^cities during the last i^^ years, and though^shu should bankrupt her cracker laetoiv^ill her efforts to MOJO money with which to^luiy votes, she w ill 11,,: hi. m II with BoOO-^inaii. Thai is a loNBOM ^ MM lusion. and^every citizen recognize, tin' fact, save per-^haps a few w ho are temporarily residing^in the ^ rai kcr ( ity. Thedesperate snails to which Helena is^clhvcn may lie interred f rum the ^^pluck^mid energy^ interview, ot Sam Hauser. which appeared 111 1 In- .'.^./.-,,,/^*,^^^ ^| daysago. When she has nothing to huilil^11pm except a characteristic w hich boo^^ t rated to the injury every Molilalia^community outside of Lew U .and Murko^county, her case is indeed a hope less one.^It is very like a horse dm 1 approaching a^mill from whom he had stolen a horse^and demanding admiration and praise foi^the adroit manner 111 which he had golu 11^away with his properly I Rozoman'shopes of obtaining the rapi-^tai are koooj ii|hiii the many advantages^which she |^ossc^sscs over her riv al candi^^dates, advantages which are so apparent^that it MM almo ,1 an insult to intelli^^gence 10 do luuic than mcicly cull attcu-^tiou 10 them. Among these advantages^may he mentioned her geographical ccn-^1 rainy of location, her nearness to^the center of population, her acces-^sibilily to all the |ieoplo of^tho state, her inexhaustible stores^of mineral and agricultural wealth, the^capacity of the surrounding country to^^ appnrt a denser |^opulalion than any^1 ill r portion of Montana, the beauty of^her site, the health! ilncss ol her climate^mid the admirahle slate of her society, fn^any one of these necessary qualifications^fat the OMMMMBl seat of goveinment^liozeman can safely challenge fompari.sou^w nh any Montana city. '1 hat coin pari ^on^will he drawn many limes between now^nud the eighth ilay of November next,^mid every time it is intelligently and^tiuthfully drawn will add to Itozenian's^M length. Hutperhaps one of the strongest argu^^ments ill lav or of locating the capital at^BoflOMMI is found in her admirahle^adaptation as a place of resi^^dence. The capital cities of nations and^of states are almost universally the^ret ngnizod cciitci^ of good society in ihc^co.mines where ihey are situuicd. The^c apital city, therefore, should be one |his-^MMlMJ those quantitations and attrac^^tions w Inch w ill induce people of the liot-^ter class to make it their permanent place^of uImkIc. In ttiis respect Bo/en 11111 i-^without a peer among Montana cities.^HOT liroad street -. solidly built up w ith^1 .lh-titlltial business blin ks, her elcguui^residences, cmltowcred in uiagiiifleonl^gloves of cottunw cssls and poplars; her^beautiful law ns and paitcrrcs of rare and^^ ^^stly plants and loMtl, have long since^given her 11 worlil-uule rOMMoUoO) is a^^'hj of preeminent lxOT4tj iind lirvrllnoss^lier admirable eduea i i,,.l tocilith ^ leave^nothing to wi:.h fi . n :ln |si n i-ulur.^MOT seven MMMli IM llllllnlllH, MOT^sided over by MM OT^ ol rCOOfl n/i d ability,^1'irnish ampii icCOZUIUoUaliollk for ItaoO^who an- i. |igiou^i; IhtIImotI. and the^fact that they aic unusually well attended^speaks favorably for the inOMl status of^Ihc colllllllliiltv. ihe hfaltidlllllf.-s Off the^climate is attested by the icp.uts of the^I e.ilth OsfeoOM and 1 It) :^ iau-. .vluehshow^a wonderful absence of disease and death.^a splendid sy stem of water works furn^^isher an abundant su 1ol pun mount^^ain wan t lot both dorni fie .mil Irrigating^Imposts, lu sholt. Ihero is nothing^requisite to a |^iw i residence city w inch^1 iozemati doc s not possess, and the Many^,I1.1ub.1ek- lo noMfort and conveiiie:,, .^w hit h atlh.t mo : towns are 0I0JMM un-^l now 11 here. TOFIX _ things up WorkersWto Are Promptly on Hand at^Minneapolis. gossip of rival leaders BothSides Vigorously Claim Every^^thing In Sight Gossip^Gathered at the^Corner*. Yes.Boaeraan is beyond question the^lu st residence oit] mi the state, and citi-^r. n- or mangels who an |r^.king for^homes will make a .hm: 111,flake U the*^lis ate w ithout in .e irsting its many ad-^'antages. al 1 -^ :e values are lower^tnwe than M aaj 1 .in r grow ing laOTffJ in^Montana, and the n-rtns olTertd MM so^easy that an. one can meet them. In our^^\\ esi .^ide MldWioa ^ ^!! be found tie Meat lisir.ibk it liMMM !ol* in the city, and we^invite BerteegMtMlatBM from those who^I lie not lime or the aaatafftMalOTte MeJu.ii iisonu! .iis|Kvtio.i ot tin- anas rr'.y.l-iu ollicc can be m^mi a mag.^lufuc. oMpeJaMMJ ^' ^ho addition and^ncwi. ild !^e ^iad io l.a' c on; j^ ,j i,.;;^and 1 a.mi.u it. IMN. SMI ill. fiet eral Agent,^tiooius f nM SO* s|. \ illock. Hut to. Qta, a 11 11 '1. CMM)iloUsv. Vj.au.le. MiNNHi-ous,June 2.^All day the I0I1-^Um at tho West hotel were throneed w ith^repiihhean leaders of national reputation.^Each man has a strong personal prefer^^ence in the choice of a candidate for the^presidency, and thus men of arkuow lodged^MjIMmI astuteness differ widely in their^pretlictions as to tho results ot the con^^vention. While the preferences are gen-^er.illy diviiled beiuecu Harrison and^Blaine, tin- Alger man appears from time^to time with the confident prediction that^Michigan will ultimately come to the^from. The Blaine and Harrison mana^^gers both arrived this morning. The^IMMMN with which tho sclf-cotisti-^Mtesl Illume iKiomcrs announced that he^would accept Ihc nomination, if extended^to him. and the calm assurance^Villi which they tire prosccuting the con^^test has suddenly given seriousness to the^Blaine movement. In ihc mutter of llg-^uies, the Harrison managers point to the^states wliirii have given instructions for^president and cite tho assurances of sup-^|k^rt vi Inch they claim to be daily receiv^^ing. The Blame people give no details,^but they elaim about everything in sight. Host.John ^'. New of Indiana Is leading^the Harrison people, and Hon. James S.^riark-on is recognised as tho Blaine^h adei. w,th follow Mothers in the peraWM^of .I. slo.it Fassclt of New York. Henry t .^Bay lie ol Wisconsin, fol. a. S. Conger of^tlhloand others, vi hilc Xcm's hciitciianls^aic lolM K. (envdlcy. ^ hairmin of the In^^diana republican stale con vent ion. t.. T.^Miehcner ol Indiana. L.iw Partner W.^IV, Dudley* ex-Senator John ^ '. looOMsT^of Wisconiut and a number of^others. The Indiana men a^s^rt^thai complete harmony exists in this dele^^gation and that Harrison will receive the^unanimous vote of Indiana. General New^is emphatic in the assertion that Blaine is^not m tiie race. He said it would he an^insult lu Bl.nne's manhood and integi ity^to assume that he was trifling when he^wrote his letter of declination. ^lam^looking foi no important opposition to^Harrison's rcnomitiat ion.^ he said. ^What^liiih' opposition there is cannot unite. Wo^already have a majority of the delegate.^pledged, and we will nominate our man^on the hist ballot.' laikson says that on the first ballot^Blaine will have tiOO delegates and Harri^^son le-s than half that number. II ir-^rison is not unpopular, said ( laikson.^but the (icople of tho country have de^^cided that it is for the best interests of the^MMtJT to nominate some other man. In^tny judgment 40 or more in the New York^delegation are opposed to the president's^rent nulla:ion. and i n of them vi ill i ote for^Blaine. Ex-SenatorJ. ('. Spooner of Wisconsin^announces his preference for Harrison and^he does not see how Blaine can accept the^nomination in any event, unless It comes^to him unanimously, 'flic Michigan dele^^gation wains Alger for second place in the^ev ent of Blaine's nomination, and for first^place in case Blaine declines. Thedeclaration of Chauneey M. Dcpew.^last night, that having always been a^Blaine man. he is entitled to receive an^intimation of any intention on the part of^Blame to be a candidate and that having^received no such intimation, he has taken^the letter to Clarkson as final, had a^slight tendency to dampen the ardor of^the Blame taMMMM Oepcw's position is^admitteil to he a strong one. but is com-^OaHod by the assertion thai, although^Blaine is 1101 a candidate, the party will^nominate him and he will show obedience 10his pat ty. Oneof the sensational incidents of to^^day was the teieipt ot .1 telegram an^^nouncing that .1. Manchester Haines, the^M.niie ni' nibei of the national commit^^tee, had resigned and his place had been^filled by die election of Joseph H. Mauley,^one of the most trusted and confidential 11.ends ot Blaine. Although accommoda^^tions had been made for the eiitertaiu-^mcnt of Sc. letaty of the Interior Noble,^sYCOTj wis received that he will not attend^ihc t onvciilion. Ills presumed that he^did not desire to subject the administra^^tion to pos.-iblc criticism by his presence. Itis generally accepted that Gov. Will^^iam M^Kiiih-y fit Ohio will be permanent^chaii man of the convention. He is the^choice of the Harrison clement and is not^likely MtaooOTMod by the Blaine man^^ager^. Kx-('ongres*insMi John M. Langs-^ton, the eoliaed orutor of Virginia, ap^^pears io be ^hu most popular candidate^for temporary chairman. Tho formation^of the platform is already under consider,^a'iou. Protection and reciprocity arc^to lie embodied a- the chief^f aojec's. The silver resolution is lioutid to^play an important part ill the platform^t.nd Home of those present are working^hardest on that topic. H. ( larke Wheeler^of CofsSOOdo .Its s not bofsVTe that Harrison^could run 011 a sdier platform. He says^that there in^ Kl.Ontl voters in Colorado^pledged against Harrison and against any^anti-free silver parly, ami he is here to se^^cure the pa- ^ige of a silver plank. Powell^( lay ton of Arkansas arriiod to-day and is^considered a strong addition to the ad-^mitnstrat.oti supporters. HARRISO\'3SLIM CHANCES.^Clarks.-n Says r.laine Will t^r NoiulnstriJ mthe Mom it.in.t^MUtnAMUO, June .'.-Chairman riark-^^in and other members of ti e national re^^publican committee arrived this morning,^li-legates from all parts of the country nre^oo the niv and will soon begin to arrive.^The Harrison men were lirst on the^troMotaad oa nod stoortiinoftorg ^ester- '1Tho Blaine DOOM ^ ill b- put in o|e^^ laiiett tie.lay. So far the Minneatsihs^pi plo liavc .IVo;.led show ing i.uy ptllel- is to candidates. The national MM* 111it tee im-ets on Saturday to settle oil^tempocary otlicers.^tm MMMM tor llM MMsOjMOM i^ fairly bsgttn.Both parties now l.avo head^^quarters in active cpetation. Nearly^100 politicians of more or less prom^^inence are t eking part in cauciusing, and^Chairman J. S. Clarkson heads the Blaine^forces, w lule Hon. John C. New of Indian^^apolis head* the Harrison forces. Clark^^son reiterated the statement that Blaine^will be nominated on tho first ballot and^would accept. Ho declared the statement^that Harrison has 640 votes not true and^says Blaine w ill have n^'and Harrison^half as many. New.on the other hand, stands on the^ground that Blaine meaut it when lie de^^clined to run for the place. Ho announced^that Harrison would u- placed in nomi^^nation uy^ hauiiccy M. Be pew. and that^Hon. It. W. Thompson of Indiana, ex-^sccretary of the navy, would second the^nomination. Governor McKinley is the^candidate of the Harrison mt u for perma^^nent chairman of the convention. ONE HARRISON MAN. Senator Cullnm says Klnllie Won't be lieforethe Convention.^Chicaoo. June '2.^ Senators t'ullom.^Ouay. Kelton. Sawyer ond Stockbridge^arrived here this afternoon. C11II0111 is an^enthusiastic Harrison man, and thinks^the pn s dent is sure of renoniin.itioii. Ho^say s his judgment is based generally u|k^n^w hat is right lit the premises, his conclu^^sion being that Harrison ought to ho^nominated. Ho is of the opinion Blaine^will not allow his name to be used as a^candidate,and this is generally understood^in Washington. He said he understood^the national committee had sclii ted Hor^^ace Porter of Now Vol k for temporary^chairman. ( ullom said ho had given 110^authority (OT the use of his ow 11 name as^permanent chairman, but would regard it^as a great honor to Ik-the pre 'ding oili^^er. Senator Quay declined to i xpre.s an^opinion on thejKiliiic.il situation, say ing^he would tie h aul in the cinvcntion hall. BLAINEMEN AT WORK. Kx-fenel nor Larraliee nf Iowa 1^ Mot a^llariloiti Man. CHI ^.'..;^, June J. Iv:-Goiertiar Larra-^hec of Iowa opened a sort of Blaine head^quarters at Ha- Palmer house to-day. He^talked Blaine to .ill MMMM and asserted^that the majority of the Iowa delegates^had declared for Blaine; that the 1 lute^would tat '^ instructed for him instead of^Harrison if the convention knew what^everybody knows now. Larrahcc says^that Iowa would he sale witli Blaine even^H.T.amst Boies, but it is doubtful with Har-^nson as nominee whether he would win. JohnK. Lynch, a well.know u colored^politician of Mississippi, is at the Palmer^talking strongly for Harrison, lie declared^that Harrison's treatment of the colored^race has been very satisfactory. STEWART TALKS SILVER. Helutercsts llir Sonne Willi Ills Views^nn Free ( o;n..)..'. Washington,June On motion of Al^^lison the senate agreed to adjourn from^to-day until Monday. Notice was given^by Vest of an intention to addles, tho^senate then on the wool tarilf. and by^Morgan of an intention to speak on the^free coinage of silver Tuesday. Turpie's^resolution calling for the correspondence^w nh Hayti, ( oliimiiia and Venezuela te-^garding reciprocity was adopted. Ttupioaddressed the senate upon the^resolution and said there is a struggle ls'-^tw ecu two statesmen as to which of the^twain is entitled to the honor of having^devised the si heme of ret iprnrity . He^found, however, neither of those promi^^nent statesmen could lay the slightest^claim as the originators of the |^olicy. Re^^ciprocity In at ics dated back to 1 Tiki, when^what is known as the Methueu treaty was^entered into between Great Britain and^Poittigal, but under the so-called re^^ciprocity treaties with South America tin-^secretary of stato substituted his own^(tower for that of congress and declared^the purpose nf reciprocity not a commer^^cial one, but wholly political. Thesenate bill providing lor the holding^of 101 ms 01 court in the district of M011-^tuna was taken ftorn the calendar and^passed. Also the senate lulls creating^two additional land districts in Mouian 1^and to amend the statute relating to .qe^IM ils to the supreme court. Stewartic limed his!argument in sup^^port of the bill providing for the, free^coinage ol gold and silver^ Be expressed^surprise at the t han in.^u's statement that^he was in favor of too Bland-Allison I ill.^Sherman, he said. 1 rMteiaod Um bill while^bf' was secretary of the tiiasuiy aril^urged Nt lOtJMOX HMMMM predicted the^Bland bill would bring 'ho country 10 a^silver standard, and Stcw.ni dcctuicd tin-^law of UH would inc. i'ably bring the^country loa pOjOJM MMktaMa MMMMoM^wus impossible to maintain gold |siy-^meiits under the existing law. Bvon^weekly MOMMMM if the trr asury show I I^the pen t ntnge of gold is gio-^ .ng less and^less nut I 11 is now only 14 POTCOtttk id the^aggregate receipts. Inresponse io a query by Biggins, if OS^piefcrri d o niter l asi-. Sicwurt said l^^prcfern d anything MttsOT than theeto^r lavcmt ill of the people by 1.11 attempt to^reduce the whole world to the iiaitei^basis of gold. ^I would POVOMO th^ |s^li^ ^^of the administration, u hich reverseil the^law. ll if the duty of the secretary of the^tieasury to tcdecm tl.e pttper of ihee,a-^MMMM)IB^ curreiii ) winch Is the mo t^convenient. I say tlie preeoM |k^licy uti-^dirtl^ existing law will reduce 11s nor^only to a silver basis, but 10 a basis of the^MMnetcial price of silver, because it i^^impossible to maintain on the present vol^^ume of gold the existing MOM fabric of^the voiId. Inthe MM of his aipument. Stewart^ral.tulrd shetnian's expression of sym^^pathy foi the ^ oj king 1 MM and for lbs^liens.oners. ^Sympathy, he exclaimed.^^1 hi M is not bleed I Hough ill all tin- ^-.11^trus* MM for one monpnto.^ At thei I ^^of Stewart's sped h the silver bill ojooj^over without action. Aic solution was reported fiom the^tin un e 1 ^ inmittfe for the appointment of^a committee of fi\e to inquire w hether the^law relative to national banks fun^siifflei^ nt ir'ico'.cn o depositors and^other rri d.tois. and to investigate the re^^cent failures ot 11.tt10i.al banks and Mbt^violet oii^ of the lav.- or irregiilariii' -^agreed lo. and ( handli r. Iliggms, [Vffi t.^Hal 11- and Mi Plu i sou appointed. After^an e\' cutive session the 'tuate adjouitnd^till Mouduy. ASIN VIGILANTE DAYS RobbersHold Up tbs Biliings aiid Great^Falls Stage. thetreasure box secured Oneof tho Coach Horses Shot-^Fassengcrs Not Molested^^An Express Kobh^d on^thc^ Santa Fa. SpeciallMspatrh In the Stsndanl. liLUNi.n. June ;'. -The stage roach of^tin- lulling.- A- (.real falls hue 1.1. held up^toil OTOTMM alioui '^ o'clock and two mail^^arks and the tn.asiuy Is x t.iki n. Halsey^K. Watson of the fa-wistown I ni* anil !^his mother were the only passengers. The^hold-up recurred cn the summit of^Panned Kolie hill, nine miles south of La-^vina. T he robber shot one horse when^the driver, ^old Bill,^ ^^Im\^sI orders^nud threw out tin* treasure I sax and^sacks. The robber waa a short, blender^man and had I town eyes. Two other^111,i-keil men MOOT] in the lunl.. They did^not molest the passeppcrs who carried Ii.^^i besides watches and jcwelrv. The^stage came on w iih one horse to the next^station anil the last seen of the rohhers 1thry were dragi.ing 'he Ikix and sacks bc- !hinil a horse into the bush. Thecoach aimed it Billing.'nt ViitOtlus^eicuing. when a posse was dispatched by^the slfrilf niidtr Pud u-S'i ^rilf Bun tey.^It is thought v ery little money was ob- |tallied as most of the remittances from^Ilia! country are by rhri'k-. The robbers^are stippOM'd to Is* strangers. EXPERTS IN THEM LINL HlgliwHymenlluM tp an l-'ipie^s Trsln^on tlie Kaatn I e Iteatl.^(illHint , ^^. T.. June 1. Details of the^lobU'iy la .I night of a Well . I'aivoexpn- s^^ ar 011 a Sulita I'e Haul mak^ a -ior^ of Iline vaniph d outlaw ry on ihc part . f the^bandits and ol Inavi :y on the | art of the Ircstiilians of the iimpaiiy's pioptity. I'I he lol.bi is wt ie at wei 1. marly an hour^in iittt'iuptitig to mliiiiidatc the inesseii-^geis into submission, and during the battle^between the MMMMOJOM ^.nd the bandits^fTilly -in shot- si'ir OTad and 1101 a niiiii^weundeil, 1 !^^^ lehbeiy ih.ubtlisb was^committed by the uototioUb Ballon gang,^for w horn large icwaidb are still standing. Twomasked lol ls rs jumped into ihc^engine's cab from the tenner and 1 overing^the eiigineer and fireman commanded^them to run the train M the si.K-k yanl.-^and ijtop theic* at a given signal. Theeu-^1:Hirer and fireman ^ I eyed, as lo have re^^sisted would have inc..nt di nlh. When the^Itaili v as slopped, the i w o lobhers w eie^jciiif.sl by flve masked companions. '1 he^lender commanded Hie cngineei und lite-^11 ill tp wall, lack toil.e c^| ice car and^I 11 1 cuim.iiidi d the fid 111.in lo break^ef cuthc doOT. I .(. Whittles! . the Oics^seuger, and J. A. liilil. the guaid. antn i-^pating what ons going on, had blown out^ihe liglii ami relumed to allow any one to^enter. The taMlltO op^*ucil tire u|k^ii iIm^^t ar from all side... but tl.e two men w itlun^1 esponded picmptly. aiming allshoMM^the door. The highway men shot into the^car In ni all quailfis, hung, however, lo llo ttsbrt, lor the messell- gcrsstood tin ir gn und. In Ihe^meanwhile Ihe MMMM MMMMl^a hole in the door laigi' cm ugh io adniil a^body and the fireman was lolil to craw l in^tlie cur . placing him is-twccn the two lints.^I and F.nginecr Mack seeing 11 meant death^, to his louipunioti, explained the situation^to the nicbscngc rs and told thcin to MOjM^llriiig. The robfa rs then MMMMl the ex^^press cai. ^ ovei ing the itimati 1 u nh ilien^guns, and with a sledge and 1 lusel l.toke^opun Ihe two sales and lobbed them ol^every thing ot value. Therobbers ale described by ihe |^^s-^scugcrs a^ I - ing well dresrcl and of^gentlemanly hcring. '1'he If .11 If r .qiolo-^gizcd MllM M0JMMOT for a rough remark^by one fit'his men. The amount secured^by the robbei.- is uiil.n '.vn as the i vpti ..^company has made no statement. ThINGb THEY DON'T LIKE. Martj.i liusetts I'lfilnhitli nisls I'liue a^Tlf l.el In the MoM nM I'lilfenn W'ot.. ill ti u. Mas- . lime :'. -The to^^nual eciivention of the piohihitioiusts t^e^dofr nominati d the |i Mow mg state IMh 1 1^Governor. With nil HoMlUli lif.ulcuaiit-^goveri.oi. Kdv ni KodoNl set retaiy of^state, Samuel B. t h.iphgh . IfOOOMOTi W.^\^. I'ariiham . aiiilimr. V. ii. K'ans| ot*^torney mi al. Bo'iert K. b'aymouil. Tta^platform adopted liolds IOO UojOJOTtfoaTee^the prime issiiif hi |on^ the Atlieiieau^lieoplo anil say ^ the deiinw r itic parly ll^an opeti ally foi the saUmO and tie- npul llcailOOfty hopides-l . fliv Ifled 0:1 Ihf. i;u- :^^^liolt. No public IIMUSt) siealtd Le used lo^siip|m.rt bifi.iiiati mstitutioiis. loriffs^should lie equally h\ed. immigration 1^', stneted. flic foiuage 1. wrong, women^shall hate gqtlol pay fi 1 equal work with^men. The foiillMlfOII party 111 the stoM . ^^f haigefl uith an f-lfori to crush tta Oto^htbvtloO part.. DologAlM and OfOOldootol Mltolwe;e i l.o # | bCHLV.INGGOLDBUGo. New Vrnkei-4 11 in lite flirt haslljg ol^-11 * ^ r llisi i^ii in...^NtW Vf'FtK. June % 'Ihe OOMMsMM on^finaiicv and f irif ury of ihe 1 li.iiiils-r ol^i commerce to-day re|h.rtcd a resolution^expressing lie f oiivict on that every effort^should he made by our government to^bring aliout an international agreement,^fixing the ratio between gold and silver^at the proposed national 11 iiference, nud^until such an agreement la made, silver^puri base should be div. ontinued. Hire.'SfOSOOOT AnetlrH .s|iec:a!MMMIM 10 tl.e MOTdMC Gutsr Kam x, June .'. Th^ three men^w ho stole a lot of cloth from Mr. il in-, ^\\.^1 Helena tailoi. trOTO arrested to-niglit by^Marshal Treat at the Avon hxlgiug house. uhere the) had .1 loom. I ai- 11.en si,on 1 light when tin . i. 1 w.i made, I in cooleddow n w hem Treat pulled Ins gun. N.tieteenpieces of .-loth w 1 r^^ MOOVOfodi^1 and this is thought to be all they louk. 1he men gave tin ir name . as I harles I . Hutsel.ler.-lames Marhoi and l iatu is P. Ushler. The fatter claims lo Is- lo 1 Missoula.The goods win identified by^1 Mi Hanson, who is uuw 111 LOil city. JUDGF. LYNCH IN NEW VOHK. Hnn ng tif a ^ olon il Man t^r ^ Mob at^p..rt .farvls. PiiitTJaRvis, X. Y.. June 2.^Ena Mc-^MhIioii. a daughter oi John McMahon of^this village, was brutalJv assaulted by a^negro. Bob Jackson, to-dav. The assault^was witnessed by a number of young girls^aud two young negroes, who were held al^l^ay by the fleud's ic-uln-r. After the^fearful crime, Jackson fled. leav^^ing Ins victim In an insensible condition,^and probably fatally injured. A posse^w as organiicd and the brine raptured. On^his return to me village Jackson confessed^and implicated one, William Foley, a^w hite man. ^ bom lie claimed conspired^lo ruin Miss McMahon. On his arrival at^the jail Jackson was takr n 111 hand by a^niob. The police made an unavailing ef-^fort to protect I11111. \ noose was adjusted^aim he was sitting up 10 a neighboring^live in the piesenre of a howling mob of a^thousand |m*ople. FOREIGNMADE^An LOCOMOTIVES. jUSTa dozen of them TwelveFiDlinders Concluded Rot to^Make the Trip to Wallace. they(.o ashore at mullan Noneof Them Could Talk Idaho^English But They Cot Pouted^and Concluded to^Pull Out. Imp.riant ICiiIIuk llv Ihe I nllett^states treasury Department. WMNMMMBi ''^ne J. Acting So retarv^Spaulil.ng has issued a circular to customs ofllc-ersin rerard to the hwoniotiies used^111 ir idic w nh adt-ieeni countries 111 w hu h^he says: ^(Aery foreign locomotive 011 a^continuous route crossing the boundary^into the I'nilcd States shall tie allowed to^bring 1 train directly to and from the cus^^toms port on the route or to and from its^termination in th^ UMMd States, of what^is tc. linn-ally known as a ^run^ of tlm he^coinoMve. if it is beyond the limits ot such^Mti bin no foreign made locomotive shall^DO employed for a continuance of the in-^watd tfto unless such locomotive shall^have bts-n duly enterisl lor duly 111 ihe^1'nitcd .states. OflsMOT of customs are^dins led to seize any locomotiv e found to^bi' used 111 violation ol the above rules. LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. Hi11sis OTOsM MOSOOjaOM to the Dure- limnC nnvelillnti. Mrnal ftlspsteli In the Mandate).^Hi 11 na. June .. Tin deiinciaticcoiinty^I ccm 1 ntif 11 of Lev is ant] I laike was held illBtootrfO tall end was aiti-nthd by i|^I deli gaits. It wis a bin memoes galher-^' mgOMsl 1I11 re wen-neiilii r ihllii ulties nor^I a split, ftcsoluiiolie favoring tarilf M foim.lriefoilingeai.il.ml for irrgalioti^I wercpasscil. Bclc'nles to the Ii07cm.au conventionwen- chosen. These are cli-^; v idcd bt-lwceii ex-dovf-rnor Hauser. Major^- Magiimis ami II. H Mniib in the otasM ofa delegate to the * liicago eonicnlion BOlMOTOMI ruils Uoirotled. Allama. June;'. The National Asso^1 11.11 ion ot Nut s^iy nieti. 111 session here,^tiestay passetl resolutions virtually insti-^tniing s bovcfitt against i ililorina flint.^'I he resolutions cite the I aliform.1 tpiar-^1 amino 011 eastei 11 nurserymen s stcs'k. and^' the ass.k'ialifMI resolvei 111 case this is^1 liol ialsf-fl, to cxclt all Its influent es to gel a st 1 icter tnepei 111111 law pOMMfl hi' I ha^I legislatures of Ihe middle ami eastern slate-.* IMOM out ICIfirdan. I.ori^f . June .'. - Alight between Jack^Slat in. the Atis'iahau. a brother of Flank^Blovill. who was defeated by Peter Jack^^son a few night - ago. and ^ on Itiortl.in.^the Aiei-neiii Istxer well snow 11 on the^Pat ilie coasl. took place to^night. Aectirtl-^mg to tin articles sigtied Ihf* men were lo^box .1 MMMMi Qottciishurv rules, fnui-^ouiiee gloves, at catch weight, tor a purse^of i...Vi. Sun in defeated Kiordan in the^rub round. Tlie|*oojooo la Hie Front. 1111 Ai.ei, June W. .1. llnahan re^^ceived a cibl^ lo-tlsy fn^m Arehbislmp Ire^^land saying that Pop^ Ltfih.nl decided lo^send a epecal cxhihii to the world's fair^and asking thai space lie engagetl for the^same. Such a step has nev er before been^taken 111 reg inl to the world's fair by^papal authorities Tol.o to Omaha. Wa-HtNi.loN.June 2. T he secretary of^w.n has a itlmriie.l (^apt. J. T. Haskell,^Twenty-lhuil infantry ; I.ieut. George An-^fln ^ e. Tweuty-llfih infantry anil Lieut. II.^A. RoOfsV r*^ o'^' artillerv . to attend the^national competnive drill nf Ihe national^I gin.ids at OMOtai (MM the l.'tth M Mk in^slant. small|ni in West \ irglnla. I'nki It Ml '^'^- W. Va., June .'. M11.1II-^pox M raging !^ Hie OMo valley MMM^' th^ lug and hltle K.iuahawa rn ers.^blritlgent nieasiires ha*.c^ been taken to jirevt-ut Ha spread. Nfi shipments can Is1^m nh* to or iiom the dtstric* and at this^point business is ptat ticsllv at a s'antl-^-t ill. - - - 1 - ^^Tw.i New lllslioprlcs.^^ IMVIIA, June .'. 1'he In,hops ot the^Mellltsll-.t r.piia-opd l-hllls h luivc tleclfled tomake a BUOsbw of HlOOTJM ui m-si- llelice.Hishop I^.ler w ill go IrolliS.iu^1'i.iliera-o to Mltllieaftftlis . Hi-hop (assi^^se 11 w ill, 111 .1 short 11 RMi ehiuge MOM Fort^W'oilh lo San FlOTsest Mson -ist siMOa. Bltrciit, June % The MOOMM s Britaiu^^nl I'rogre.s. talk of i lev eland, collide I jat the mouth of IOO Betroit 11 ^. ^ ^ i- 111 is^morning. Tin Progress sank Hum* dtately. 1Tho tn w eras leeetaad with fhtlh ultv.^'I lie Bi uaiu 1 a-- ^ ..icparaiively iiumjurt ii. OTatMOTs. Ilol irl llrail. 'ii IriM I-'^, June .' U.alker S.^llobartdusl.il In. fesitlenM in tin 'in^this afteriiiHin of la art failiir*'. I'.^ was^tiie owner of .h^ famous stallion stam- houl,and possessed ocsa csf too stooM vil^^li 1 'ions of b:^^ d MMM in the country. llv ^ Ire St.PctcmsM June ^.- At Hotaftaf as'liairb of Kowio. oy'i bouses were de-^stniyeil by fire. Most of sjojj inhabitants^arfi workiugitii-n and lost c'verythitig iliey^pos-.-ssefl i.11 I are in all absolutely desti^^tute condition. Ti.e situation is most de-^1 plorable. taMOOToM^ Horse sale.^Nl* York, June .'.-Forty-seven Ihor-^OMghtaMla were said at Tatiersall's to^^il -'1'. die -.1.. igvtreg.itiug J...'.lOe). The^ugliest price pi A WOO I fid) for a bar hily^b\ I.OOigfolloo . ^oui|M'r 1 lein. tit*coot*^ rrirmi inn. Si. 11 asm k... June J. I he car w ill^^ : lor iviil Monday on tin Ii issi.tu itu^^I ' lial yoctst to MOM otapotM William. si^ ^ is. D.tratrh to lite si.io.iu I Wituii . June 2.^Twelve Finlandera.^none of whom ^ ould speak a word of Eng^^lish, got on the train 1 his morning at Mis^^soula bound for Wallace. They were^traveling entirely on their own hook, at^least their chapeion, if tbey bad one, waa^not v isihle to the naked eye. When the^train reached Mullan it waa boarded by^about all the miners M at could make^Iheirwav into the car where the stoical^gentlemen from Finland were seated.^The miners talked to the strangers in an^eunicst but yet respectful manner, and^after finding out their nationality one of^their countrymen was promised who^conversed with them a moment^anil tlsen. one by one, half re^^luctantly hut half willingly they picked up^their bad-sttielling baggage aud stepped^off the i ar amid the triumphant shouts of^the minors. A young man who was on the^same car half dor ing was rudely aw akened^by one of tho miners w ho. in a voice like^a clap of thunder, veiled, ^are you guard^^ing these fellows.'^ The young man^trtmilling in v011 e and limb meekly an^^swered ^no. Theminers were well behaved, although^some of them made a few threats against^the Fills 111 case th^) went to Wallace,^but. as tin* foreigners did not understand^v. 11.11 was s.iul. ii made no difference. FORNEW^Power's Hill LANDOFFICES. PassesHis fceoate^Carter^t miiing West. hpecialliispsti h la the standard. Wvsimm.rov. Juno -' The senate to^^il.iy passed the bill introduced by Sanders^providing for the holding of terms of court^in ihf Montana thsir.ct. 1'ntler this bill^Beaverhead. Madison and Silver Bow^counties are to constitute the southern di^^vision of the district ..f Montana. The^tegular terms of court maybe held at^Butte t ity on Ihe first Tm sday in Febru^^ary and Ihe tlist Tuesday in June of each^year. Thesenate also iiaascd Mr. Power's bill^creating two additional laud di.-nuci*^111 Montana, one to be known as the^Northern tlistitct w ith an otfiee at Fort^1 Benton, ihc oilier 10 be ^ ailed the Yellow-^I stone .tlistiict with the land office at^I Hillings, band ( ommissioner 4 artrr of^Montana left yesterday w nh a ticket in his^i |.oeket for the West. ^Say thai I am^' gone to Montana.'' and he 'hen hustled a^party official off w ho a ill be among Har^^rison's heartiest liooiucrs at Minneapolis. (ouimodore Power with Director of the^Mm' beech staited for Mimical oh* to-^night. TOBE OPENED TO SETTLEMENT. Forfeiteds,,ui lirrn I'arlflt l.aads la Call-^lorn Is. Wvnisi.to*. June^. -By the direction^of . eaictary Nohln thai poiium of the^grunt io the Southern Pacific Kadroad^MMMOJI lying bet wet 11 Tres Pinos and^Alcalde in California will scx^n be restored^to the public domain by the act of Septem^^ber, H-'^. These lands are declared for^^feited to the t'nited Stales and the com^^missioner's oider was issued 10-day to Ihe^register and iret iter at San Francisco di^^recting .mdays' public notice be given for^tl.e put pose of earning this forfeiture act^into effect. The lands, which aggregate^approximately 7i^^.000acres, will beopened^to settlement at an early day. KaeeatleeClsrk Veaag's ^ ^^^. W.vsHlM.liiN.June ^. - James F. Young^has lieen acquitted by ihe corps of Wash^^ing' ^ii correspondents of the charges^I MOM which the senate dismissed him^j from the position of executive clerk,^j Young's removal from office carried with^it the imputation he hail communicated to^new^p.i|^er correspondents information^otaM transactions in the senate while in^executive session. ForAn Investigation. WcsitiM.111^. June'.'. Tho sub-coramit-^tce of five members of the house comm IV^tee on interstate and foreign commerce,^has unanimously agreed to a report recom^^mending that an investigation lie mode^into 'ho facts connected w ith the Reading^railroad deal. Ihe report was accom^^panied by a 1 .-solution providing for an^investigation, to he presented M the full^^ lommitue to-morrow for action. They'reAfter litem. LiaNnoxi.June '2. In the commons to-^dav Wilford l.iwson asked whether pnv^1 eeediugs would Im* taken against the^abettors ol ihc Jackson Slav in tight. The^h miletary replied that he recom^^mended 1 he public prosecutor to see if he^ooti! 1 tiii'l material justifying prosecuting^'he manager', of the light. Tiessnrvstatement.^sTsOOJIgllfIM June'.'.-- \ statement pro-^purcd .it tl.e Ireasiuy department shows^ihi re was a net increase of (e.iitT,H6 in^circulation during the mould of May and^1 IMl list f MOT nl KMMtt to money and^bullion 111 the treasury during ihe same^OMtoftt ' In|mn of lbs C.eullle Wine SiiiL.cKr, Juno .'.^ The territorial^court has decided thai the Getitde wing of^ih' th mis rat e party is ihe only proper^or^'.in.cati M ot the 1 an v 1111't.th. and that^th^ alleged committee composed of Mor^^mons stid Gentiles is illegal. fineHundred llodles feunii. Pfaoii. June _'. -1 ^ne hundred bodies^have been taken out of the Birkenburg mine,the scene of yvsteiday's lire. W^miners are still missing. There is no hope thatany of them are .due. 1%on by Lover. I.omk^. June .'. The MMM grand prise^was won b) H. J. Bailey s colt the Lover.^Prince sollykoff's Curio svexud and K. H. Ivs.nib'. President thinl.