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ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 14, 1893- PRICEFIVE CENTS. ID THE JEWELER THEFLAG HAULED DOWN CommissionerBlout Daclar* Of the^Protectory of HitaiL NODEMONSTRATION MADE ThoUnited tUKi Will R*sl*t Any^Attempted Intarforonos By Other^Governments -Ths Protector^^ate Was Inconsistent AKING PIN. THEKING AND QCEEN^* of pine are in our stock^^ml bo's a jack wbodonH ad^^mire them. If you don't^happen to be stuck on our^pins, however, we can ahow^you a Urge atock of other^things. Thia ia the point^pricks the bubble of compe^^tition. Honest dealing is the^immediate Jewel of business^and ia a part of our atock in^trade. WO11Snuvsnlr tscsn Oisliy It gaflyy*^* But estate* iMontana. LEYS Thile^*ler. Owsley Block. Bvtte Y THIS SPACERESERVED FOR NOW ELEGANTLYREFITTED. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTSOON. INTHE^MEANTIME^WE HAVE^SHOES FOR^EVERYBODY A.DUCHARME^^ CO., 36MAIN ST., BUTTE. A HoxoxtMM, April 4. The stars and^stripes, wbich for two month* have floated^from the government building have been^hauled down and the remaining forces^from the I'nited States cruiser Boston^have been sent aboard the ship. Nothing^indicative of American authority remains^in Honolulu aava Minister Stevens and^Conitni**ionsr Blount. The report that^Commissioner Blount would order^the flag down and the protectorate^aboliahed, got abroad 011 the night of^March 31, the preceding day. and the oc^^currence created among the American^party a feeling of consternation, not alto^^gvther unmixed with indignation. Thia^was dus to the fact perhaps, that Blount^had maintained a Chinese wall about his^l^ur|^ose* and hia mission aud satisfied^neither side aa to w hethcr hs cams as an^envoy to investigate, or aa a minister^tu negotiate. On the afternoon of March^31, Blount had a lengthy and secret con^^ference with President Dole and the cabi^^net, after which be notified them of hia in^^tention to declare off the protectorate es^^tablished by Minister Stevens, Fob. 1. It^is understood that hs gave aa a reason^that the Washington administration did^not regard the protectorate as neces^^sary, and further, that it was^Incompatible with any diplomatic nego-^| tiationa between the two countries. Ths^I United States, however, would brook no^I hostile interference in Hawaiian affairs by^another foreign power. Conscious of their^, strength, in view of Hie latter assurance,^^ the provisional government, though some-^I what reluctantly, acquiesced in the com^^missioner's decision and prepared to order^( out forces to maintain the peace and quiet^wbich had continued almost unbroken^j during the protectorate. Onthe morning of April 1, President^I Dole of the cabinet inspected the troops^I and volunteer companies were called out,^making, with the regulars, about 4O0 in^' all. The hour for hauling down tbs^I American flog was fixed for 11 o'clock.^I As early as **, the streets began to fill and.^while ths resident* discussed, not without^some heat, ths unlooked for action of the^I American commissioner, at Palace^; square, natives, Chinese, Japanese, balf-^1 r sites, Pea t ugut ae and -whites, -en-^foot, horseback and In carriages,^waited to see ths flag comedown. On the^faces of tbs American residents were^j looks of chagrin; while broad grins over*^j spread tho face* of the natives. The tna-^I jnrity of onlookers, however, preserved a^I stolid silence. jJust before 11, the regular troops of ths^provisions! government inarched into ths^enclosure before tbs government build^^ing. They wore followed by the volun^^teers. Galling gun* and two Hotcbkiaa Ifield pieces were placed in a position to [silence any hostile demonstrations. Other^troops were stationed about tbs city.^Inside the government yard were^President Dole aud the members of^the cabinet. Chief Justice Judd and^other official*, officer* from tbs naval^vessels in the harbor, prominent resident*^end representatives of the pre**. At 11:10 'Lieutenant Draper, U.S. X., stepped forth^amid a sudden hush of the throng and,^fsciug the government building, raised^Ills bugle and sounded the call in clear^and distinct note*. Drawn by unseen^agencies, the flag sank from it* height^and a minute later tho Hawaiian emblem^was hoisted in it* place. Not a cheer, 'scarcely a sound, accompanied the trans- 'formation. ! Troops www then stationed about ths^' buildiug and Lieutenant Draper and bia^j squad of marines proceeded to Camp^, Boston, which they at once evacuated and^' t hen marched to the boat landing and em-^j barked to go aboard the Boston. Tbs^I lack of demonstration is attributed to tbs^j fact tbst the queen requested the^I natives t ^ make no outburst,^j Commissioner Blount remains a good^I deal like the American sphinx. About all^' the public knowledge of hi in hers ia con^^tained in a letter from Cleveland to Presi^^dent Dole, which says: ^I have made a^choice of James H. Illount aa special com^^missioner, to visit tho Hawaiian island*^and to make a report concerning the^present status of affairs in that^country, lis is well informed of^I our sincere desire to cultivate and^j maintain to tbs fullest extent, the friend-^' ship wbich ha* so long existed between^' the two countries aud, in all matters^affecting the relations with the govern^^ment of the Hawaiian islands, bis author^^ity is paramount. My knowledge of his^' high character anil ability gives me eiitiis^1 roiilidence that he would use every en^^deavor to advance the interest end pros-^pvrit.v of both governments bug render^himself acceptable to your excellency.^' Dlouutwas introduced by Minister^Sluvciia suit presented lus credentials^from the president. Attorney General^Smith, in speaking of the mealing, said^; that while the commissioner gave no di-^| reel assursnse beyond that tbs I'nited^I States would allow no foreign in-^1 terfcreuco here, the Hawaiian gov-^: eminent ia well pleased with the^1 manner of the commissioner and dkl not^j think that their interests would suffer at^I bis bands. The chief danger apprehended^Is of the Jspaneae interfering. The dsy^before the flag wss hauled down a rumor^I was started that the quern, anticipating^] the event, would apply to the captain of^tho Japanese rrulser for protection against^the provisional government and forsssist*^aneo to restore her to the throne. Milliner^Stevens. Commissioner Blount and Ad^^miral Skerret consulted over the ma ter^' and it is stated that they agreed that^i .'apanese interference would bo an act of^boatility to the I'nited Ststes and wou'd^, be repelled. No hostile demonstration,^1 howcrei. has. been made by any party up^1 to the present lime. The officers of the^I Japanese cruiser called on Admiral Skor- rstla few days ago and assured him that^no hostile intentions wore entertained by^lbs Japanese. THB ENG LAND-K ENNEDY SUIT. absentedts Iks J*^y Lata Last Xlgh - AbleAaajaassata.^special Dispatch to Hi* standard Missot1.v. April IS.^The England-Ken^^nedy oass which baa occupied the atten^^tion of Judge Brantly and a jury of^twelve citiiens sines last Monday morn^^ing was submitted to lb* juiy for deter^^mination at 10:45 o'clock to-night. In this^ceiebratsd case, A. G. England, vice pres^^ident of the First National bank, suss for^the possession of tbs M.eaouU botal pro|^-^srtv aud the land upon which tbs old^Rodger* house formorly stood and for the^rental of the saute by virtus of a dead exo-^cuted to him by William Kennedy, in I^December, 1831, the eoiuiuera- '^tion being *V,O0O. In contesting !^this suit, Kennedy claims that I^tbs deed was executed in return for^money advanced by England 10 release^a mortgage that stood upon this property,^amounting to *1U,00U and accrued interest,^and for ths paymeut of other liabilities,^amounting to about $lfi,uU^, aud was til*^tended as a mortgage, and that the dis^^puted property was to he reconvened to^him if, within a period of five years from^tbe date of the mortgage, he should repay^to England tbe sum of ^T,0Ou, together^with the lawful Interest. The evidence in j^tho case has been of a most conflicting I^nature, tho witnesses for each side testi- |^fying to a condition of alfairs on material^points in direct opposition to each other. Argumentswere begun late this after*^noon aud continued thia evening before^an audience that completely tested the^capacity of the district court room. Tbe^argument of attorney Robert B. Smith of^Helena for the defeiidnu; was ths most^able oral ^r: mI effort ever beard ia thia^city, and was liberally applauded by tbe^spectator*. Judge McConneU'* closing^address for the plaintiff was a masterly^piece of work and waa likewise well re^^ceived. Ow ing to the many points to be^determined, it is not expected that tbe^jury will reach a verdict, if at all, until^iaie to-morrow. ABIG LOT OF GRIEF Roach,lartli aid Pall Are ill to Be^iBTestiatei THEPOOR STATE OF KANSAS ItHas a Haao of Trouble In Eloc-^t.ona^Th* Composition of the^Next House-Nomi^^nation*. thewar department. Hs regards tbs situa^^tion as serious. It is believed more troops^w ill be seat to tbe scene. THECHILIAN AFFAIR.Methlag St forthe Plaintiff.^Special Dispatch to ths Standard. MlHMiti.v, April 14. 1 a. in. Tbe jury^in the case of England vs. Kennedy,^brought in a verdict for England, the^plaintiff, at 12 o'clock to-night for tho^restitution of tho property and f 1 damages^for rent. WON BY CALHOUN. TheTsnssssee Derby Was Ran en a^Muddy Track la tbe Hal 11. Mkm ruts. April 13. The Montgomery^Park track was doep with mud at the^opening of the spring meeting today and^tbs rain fell during many races. Thirty-^flvo hundred people were in tbe grand^stand and ths bookmakers did a flourish^^ing business. Ths event of tbs day was^tho Tennessee derby. Hugh Penny was^scratched and knowing ones said it^meaut a gift to Calhoun. Ths^start waa made in tho rain with Michael^leading. Bob Speed second, Revenue^third, end Calhoun. Belfast and Francis^Pops in tbs order nsmsd. Kunss lay back^with Calhoun until be reached tbe stretch.^Then be went to tbs front and remained^there, winning by a length without effort.^Francis Pops made a game effort to col^^lar tbe winner but had all be could do to^beat Michael out of a place. Belfast^showed up fourth and Rvenue fifth, Hob^Spesd sixth. Time. 2*4y.. Tbs stske^was worth $.',490 to the winner. sixfurlongs Dutch Oven first, Kelly^second. Ilealitice third. Time. 1 :'Ju'4. Pourfurlongs^May Thompson first,^Onno second, Auuis Buckingham third.^Time. 0MC Derby-Calhoun first. Francis Pope sec^^ond, Michael third. Time, 2 :04 '/t. Sevenfurlongs- Sam Farmer first. Cora^Taylor second. Miss Patlon third. Time,^1:36^. Onemile- Churchill ( lark first. Granite^second. Bob Rice, Jr., third. Time. 1:49. Fourfurlongs- Elmer F. first. Follow -^day second, Peatonia third. Tiros, :53%. LITTLETOUOH. TheHers* Tbst Made Anaconda People^I. ..ugh a^ta a Place. SanFiiA.m n o, April 13. Three-fourths^of a mile lukerman. first; Tigress, sec^^ond ; Bronco, third. Time, 1:15. Fiveeighths of a mile- - Ai-iola colt, first;^Alliens, second; Ovation, third. Time,^1:0^H- Mi.eand an eighth Belfast, first j Sir^Walter, second; Raindrop, third. Time, 1::^V/.. ttv. n-eightus of a mile -Martinet, first;^Wick low, second; Rosebud, third. Time.^1:^^. Thirteen-sixteenth*of a mile Sympa^^thetic^ Last, first; Bessie W.,second , Red^( loud, thiid. Time. 1 Sixfurlongs Jackson t'rn, first; Littlo^Tough and Oakland, dead beat; Stone-^man, third. Time, 1 :!.*^}:. HELD FOR TRIAL. Jsil- Ulrheyand Burhhart He'.h li^Hlck.y Mas a Wife. MoKkii.ton,Ark.. April 13.-The first^witness to identify Frank Hickey, tho de^^fendant In the Clayton trial, testified this^morning. It was D, C. McLoughlin, en^^gineer of the government building at^Little Rock. He atatcd that Hickey was^in Arkansas in December, 1 - v. The de^^fendant was greatly disconcerted w hen^identified. Burkharl's brother was cx-^ainiued and hs wss unable to recognise^Hickey as tbe boy raised by Ins mother at^Suawnestown, Illinois. Iiurkhsrt this^aftcrti Mjti said that he knew all about the^case, but would not give bis evidence un^^lit summoned before the grand jury.^Whan ilia case clossd thia afternoon, an^order was made, committing ths delend-^ant to Jail to await ths grand jury, and^Burkbart to the penitentiary at Little^Rock for aafe keeping. This morning^Hickey received a telegram from Cedar^Rapid*, Iowa, signed ^Rate,^ supposed to^be from hi* wife. Tbe telegram read;^^Will leave here for Morrillton to-day.^Hold proceeding* if possible. Coalda'lAgree. Nr.wYork, April IK. ^No settlement was^reached regarding the lockout at the ad^^journed conference of manufacturers and^cutters. After being in session nearly six^hours, they adjourned to meet to-morrow^uioruiug. WinuKfiTO*.April 11. Republican^senators in caucus thia morning decided^to insist to the laat on the investigation of^the charges against Roach aud of ths^claim of Ady to Martin's seat. It was de^^ckled that a vigorous opposition should be^made against the consideration of the^Roach case behind closed doors. Hut one^conclusion, they insisted, could be the out^^come of the struggle thst would bo precip^^itated, and that waa that the senate should^agree that the committee ou privileges^and elections should be a eub-coramittcc,^or otherwise, to investigate tbs Roach^caae aud tho validity of the claim of Mar^^tin to a seal, during the recess, aud report^to tbe senate at tbs nsxt regular session.^If, finally, the democrat* are prepared 10^assume the responsibility of voting down^tbe teeolution to investigate, it^must Is^ done, tbe republican senators^asserts*! with vehemence, by voting s^quorum snd lus respousttMliiy for such ac-^Hon will thus be placed where it belongs.^In conformity to the conclusion of the^caucus, ('handler, as soon as the executive^session wss over, took oocssion 10 proceed^to address tbe senate on tbe Roach reso- ' y Df j|ons^lution. Mr. Gorman asked that be defer -^his remarks until to-morrow and ('hand^^ler replied that he would give way until to^^morrow, if he could have the unanimous^consent of the senate to take up the reso^^lution after tbe conclusion of tbe business^of tbs morning hour. This consent, much^to the surprise of many was given, and^( handler will speak early to-morrow. Secretarylireshaaa Mas^Ab^st II. Washikutom,April IS. ^ Secretary^Gresbam said this afternoon that ths^action of Minister Egan, in affording sn^asylum to two of tbe revolutionists in^Chill, wbo returned to Santiago, was ths^subjset of correspondence by the depart^^ment of state, but in lb* absence of full^Information aa to the facta In tbs ess*,^there was nothing that hs could say re^^garding tbe matter. Until that was se^^cured tbs instructions for tbs guidance^of Egsu will be withheld from the public. FO FOAEION AQEST. SecretaryMertoa Chssve* s Granger^Peel-^master. Appelated. WasHimitok,April ia.--SecT*tsry Mor^^ton has tendered the position of foreign^sgent of tbe agricultural department to^John Mattes. Jr., of Nebraska. Thstotal number of fourth class post^^masters appointed! o-day was ML GuvarssrWest I'enf rsaed^W amiinotoh.April 13.^The senate eon-^firmed the I allowing nominations to-day:^Domiuir I. Murphy, of Washington, D. ('.,^aa Aral deputy commissioner of pensions;^^ aleb W. Wsst, of Sslt Lake City, as gov^^ernor of I'tah. - ^ . --^^DESPERATE MEN. SHEHOLDSJHE SACK InPartridge fill lot Let Her Hisbut^Hire Idj lore loiey. WHOIS IN THE WHEAT DEAL ThoIdentity of tho Bull Crowd^Remain* Unknown^Pills-^bury Run* Short of^Cash. FALL'S Rt CORD. TheJudiciary t'ommtll** Is Confronted^With t cult ding Testimony.^WakhifmiTOX, April IS. ^Ths sub-com^^mittee on judiciary waa engaged thia^afternoon in examining the charge* thst^hsve been made againat A. 11. Fall, nom^^inated to be associate justice of the su^^preme court of Now Mexico. It is said by^republicans from that territory that Fall^is not a competent man for the place, for^the reason that lie is more of a politioian^than a lawyer, and further, be^is disposed to be tyrannical and^lacking in tho*^ essentials thst^go to make up unprejudiced^Jurists* tip imputations upon his integrity^are made. The charges did not reach the^committee In tbs sbs|^e of specific asser^^tions, but tbey asked Fall, w hen lie wss in^til* city, to respond to them and hs pro^^duced a number of gentlemen who know^him. all of whom appeared before ths^committee this afternoon. These men^say that Fall is a good lawyer anil a mem^^ber of one of the leading legal Arms of tbo^territory and be Is every way competent^for the place. The committee will proba^^bly recommend bis confirmation. Tbsnslglaa Strikers Attach the Gsa-^ds rases- Serloas conflicts.^Bri-nsklh, April 13. The strike Inaugu^^rated liy labor leaders, aa a protest^against the rejection of tho universal suf^^frage bill, is still appending. In tbs vieln-^l.i.tmj men srs on strike.^Fifteen mines snd two factories in tbe^central district are Mile. At Ven ters, 4ft^factories were roni|m^llcd to class In con^^sequence of the exodus of employes. A^largo and excited mob waa around the^chamber of deputies today when the ses^^sion was resumed. Many of the^more turbulent were arrested.^While ex-Minister Wossts was returning^home from the chamber a man attacked^him. Tbe man tried to eseaps but wsa^caught after trying to draw a revolver on^hia pursuers. A savage encounter be^^tween the strikers slid gendarmes oc^^curred this evening at Qiiaregnon. Three^thousand strikers raised a barricade to^prevent the gendarmes from petroling^their heats. Tbe gendarmes repeatedly^charged tbe men. Ons gendarme, wbo^was thrown off bis bores, wsa maltreated^by the mob. Several oilier gendarme,^were seriously injured. The rioters after^^wards attacked the ahop of tbe butcher^who supplied tbs gendarmes. Paturges,^near Mott, wss also tbo scene of an en^^counter between tbs striken and the gsn- AFTER MARTIN. His Rightto KsaaaaLegislators Contest^s Seat Is III Washim.tom,April 13. - In the senate a^memorial signed by 77 members of the^Kansas legislature against the right of^Martin to hi* seat as senator, and stating^Ady was legally elected, waa presented^snd referred to the committee on privi^^leges and elections. The77 members of the Kansas legisla^^ture who ask that an investigation be^made into the right of John R. Martin to a^seat sa aenator from Kansas, aay that, if^these 77 members had been permitted to^vote, no one would have had a majority of^all the votes cast in Ibo joint assembly and^there would bsve been no election of a^Pnlted Statee senator. They therefore^resolved to enter s solemn protest against^what they declare to he a revolutionary^and illegal transaction and instructed the^president of the joint assembly to appoint^a eominittco 10 prepare a formal state^^ment anil an emphatic protest to tho sen^^ate of the I'nited Slates, which protest^was the one presented to the senste to-day.* ABOUTROACH. TheOsmeerall* I seders Decisis What Is^lie Is Ml. Case. Wamiiixotok,April 13. A conference^of democratic leaders wss held this after^^noon sfter the senate adjourned. After a^short time Gorman went after Kosch still^brought him to the committee rooms,^w here he remained a few iiiluutes and^left w ith Gorruan, ths latter gentleman^subsequently having s conference with^Briee in his room. It Is quite probable^that some definite plan was agreed upon,^but tbe senators w ho participated were^very' reticent and refused to talk. THEnFxT~HOUSE. Clerk Men Kerrl^a*ss s List or Ik.^Wbe Will i nasssMs It. WahhinutoH.April 13.^An ductal list^of t lis msmberw-elecl of i he house of rep^^resentative for the Fifty-third congress, as^compiled by the clerk of the house, wss^published in-day. Ths list is unusually^full. Of the 3M seats, but one Is vacant.^Tins vacancy is in the Seventh Msssschu^setts district and was caused by tbe elec^^tion of Representative Lodg* to the sen^st*. According to Clerk Kerr's count, the^democrats will have ^30 representatives^the republicans 127, and i he thud party ^. NOMINATIONS. Tsrrlllof Texas to Tarkey Making New^Judges. Wasmim.to.*, April 13. The president^asnt tbe senate the following nominations:^A. W. Terrill of Texas, minister to^Turkey ; J. w\ II. Hawkins of Arizona, as^^sociate justice of tho supreme court of^Arisona: J. II. M- Wigman of Wisconsin^I'nited States attorney for the eastern dis^^trict of Wibcuiisin. Troop.Will He Kent. Wamiixi.ion.April 13. -Captain Guth^^rie, aent to rc|^ort on the condition of af^^fairs st Autlcrs, I. T., made a icport to IAFAILURE,^leetriesl Cams* iy ThsDeles It ^leeirleal Company^ttmbaifniaad. DsTfSOrT,April 13.-A torsi paper says^that tbs Detroit Electrical company is em^^barrassed, owing to several reasons, ths^prliicipalof which ia competition. The^paper adds: For 14 years tbs concern was^fairly pfsaspsnins, but two or three years^ago thst* wss a tremendous development^In slsstrk) Industries which involved *^great dsal of expensive experiment. Ths^company raised it* capital to I1UUJJ00 and^tried to keep up with the procession, but^did not succeed. Than it issued ^ftOU.OOO^In pre far red stock and tried to plscs It,^but tbs sttempi was a failure. Tbs cred^^itor* became clamorous. Hugh McMil^^lan, president of lbs company, secured^the company by paying and endorsing^notes I* tbs amount of $186,000 and, on^Friday last, lb* company secured him by^nortgage for that amount on tbs entire^property, but ths total Indebtedness^amount* to IXVi.oti. A meeting of stock^^holders will be held to-niurrow,al which *^lively time is expected. MONTANA*^This State Chicai.o,April 13.^May^down to ft cents a bushel to-day, a break^of 1C eents from yesterday's high point.^There was a general air on 'cbang* of^awful uncertainty. To many it looked aa^if the celebrated bull clique had aban^^doned the desl. This theory was not gen^^erally entertained, however. Another ob^^ject in letting down tbe price wss thought^to be to encourage shorts to respond to^margin calls more freely than i hey have^for two or three days. The deal, it is as^^serted, ia being run in sbsoluts cold^blood, snd it is the determination to^get every dollar out of it that can bo ob^^tained. Psrdridgswa* decidedly a lay^figure today. He was quoted as saying^that aa soon aa hia wifa returns from Cal^^ifornia he will have snother million dol^^lars in cash at bis disposal. He has tele^^graphed for ber. Those best acquainted^with tbe inside of tbe situation, aay that^Mrs. Pardndge will never put her signa^^ture to any paper involving a dollar's^worth of tbe iJ.uu 1,01^ real estate, stand^^ing In her name, but tho clique sssms^willing to give htm s chance to^raise all the cash that lie can scrape to^^gether, evidently acting on the theory that^the more he puts up, tbe mure tbey will^get. In continuation of tbs theory that^the plunger will get no aid from hia better^half, tbe story is told that she made him^pledge himself not to speculate in any^line of over s million bushels and that bis^son wss given charge of hia bank account^snd check b^s.k to prevent a violation of^tde agreement. Several times since, she^has called him down on reports from tbe^son, but tbs spsculator hss still operated^beyond the limit. Thereis still a great amount of specula^^tion ss to who ia really behind the deal.^Drexel. Morgan * Co., James R. Keena^and others are most freuuently mentioned.^A strange coincidence is tbe fsct that C. Kershawis in tbs city. Hs is ths man^who was 00* of the principal brokers in^the big Harper s beat deal in 1W7 and oc^^cupied Hie asms position tbst lbs Cu-^dahysdoin tu* present operation. This^is tbe Are! nine tbst lis has bssn back^sines I ben. A. Pillsbury arrived from^Minneapolis during the day aud mad*^several trips between tbs offices of his^brokers and tbs Cudahys. Il ssai reported^that he was settling up as much aa 6,ouu,-^0T^ bushel* aud bad not brought money^enough with bim aud bad 10 make a big^draft on bis English partners. NOTIN IT. IllOsl ate *^ae the Pair. CmCAftO.April 13. Ths committee of^the Western Passenger association, which^ia considering ills question of world's fair^rates, this afternoon agreed upon rates,^and at tbe meeting lo-ioorrow will report^in favor of a fare for the round trip of the^regular rate leas ^^ per cent., and nothing^10 he sold at lees than 3 cents per mils^Thia ia the same far* adopted by tbs Csn-^tral Traflc aud other associations. Thia^rale, laiwever, will bav* no bearing upon^the iralUe from points weet of the Mis^^souri river, applying only to the old West^ern Passenger association territory. AFOUL MURDER. FamilyQaarrsla Lsad te the Death of a^Wife and a Peaeeoaeher. Ja.xknvilir.. Wis., April 13. Nat Gib^son, living about 10 miles west of here^killed bis wife snd s Mrs. Hesrn, snd^then fired tbe bouse, which wss burned,^together with their desd bodies. Tlat^tragedy resulted from family quarrels, in^which Mrs. Hearn, s neighbor, scted as^peacemaker. A posse of ciliseua^started in pursuit of Gibson. Tbe feeling^againat biiu is very bitter, and should be^be caught, tbs chances are that be will be^roughly dealt with. SPOTTERSSPOT Andterns 111 loo Paelflc Ce*du*tera Less TheirHeads,^ftperlai Dispatch to the ^tan lar.1. Put'ATlXio.April 13.^ There is con^sternatiou among the Union Pacific train^^men here. To-day eight okl-tinio con^ductors, working out of Pocstollo. wen^discharged, aud the question is, ^Who^w ill be the next^^ This division has been^alive with spotters recently aud (bis Is the^first result. AWlrs to C'hlBS,^Yakcoi ver, H. Gsa April 13.-Tbs Chi^^nes* telegraph line has st bast joined tbe^Rjsalan system, affording communication^with the outside world Tunis,wagon aw ning, w ide and narrow^canvas, heavy or light, Jute or canvas ore^M. J. Co sacks,sample bags at on1,ell's. IraParker's famous ^il tanned buck^skin gloves for hesvy wear, fl, aud^f Lit a pair, at M. J. Council's. TOHELP OUT.nil sinks Osa EnglishDeeh Laborer. ofgympslhy.^LtiKDO.i, April 13. Danger of a failure^of tbe dock Laborers' strike at Hull^fair to lsad to a general strike of^ber* of the Dock union at sll tbs principal^points in tbe kingdom, greatly delaying^loading and discharging of cargoes. Tbo^dock laborers of Liverpool mads a demand^of the ship federation to discharge alt^^sea aad for an advance in^The general belief is Has shippers'^federation will not grant the demands^and wlU make a test of their strength^with the union. Work is proceeding at^Hull to-day with non-union men. ITDIDN'T PAY. AHlgkwsy Rehher Who (let Only ** WillSpsad Tns Tesrt al Ueer l.oage.^Hperlsl Dispatch to tbs Htsonard. Hoti.iixb. April 13. -Henry Ariienbold^got teu years in tbs penitentiary to-day, in^the district court. He held up a man^named Lafountain*. near Mountain City,^a ysar or so ago, and got about Ar^^iienbold wss arrested in Helena some^time ago and brought hero, with the fo^going results. ARBITRATED. Nss TerhCatssrs' atrlhs Settled by^Agreement. NkWYokk. April 13. Tbe conference^between tbe committee of tbe clothing^manufacturers and their locked-out cut^^ters Isst night continued till long after^midnight. It is understood s bssls of^agreement w as practically agreed on. A^meeting will he held this sfternoon to per^^fect arrangements. FROMBAD TO WORSE. NorthDaksia Passe. Threagh a assise)^ef Floods le sn lee Uorgr. F*^;^^. N. D. April 11. Ths tempers'^lure fell to 11 abovs aero last night. The^snowfall ceased at noon to-day. The ic*^is badly jammed between here and Grand^Forks. A gang of men is trying to break^up ths big floes with dynamite. Tbs tern*^perature Is still below the freezing point. TRUCK^Vslrablo He V LIGHI NINO. Establish. wBreeding^aseat Bnlnrd. Nabhvu.ik. Ten*., April 13. The barn^of Charles Read,* prominent horse mas of^this ststs. nssr Gallaint, waa struck by^lightning last night, and .'^ uruod mares,^in foal by the celebrated horse, St. Blaise,^were instsnlly killed. 1 he loss is over^f'.01,010. Tbecloak department at M. J. C ouneU's^shows ^ very handsome lot of misses'^dresssi in the very newest styles, cither ia^wa.hiug or woolen dresses, a so children's^costs and capes In great variety. Call^aud seo them. AJapanese Tewn Destroyed.^Yasv'OI veb. B. C, April 13. -Japanese^ad v in s state that ia a Are in Kaw agayerbo,^near Tokio, -.001) bouses were destroyed^and several parsons killed. The list of in^^jured is large. Youw ill And a most complete line of^of hosiery in all grades at M. J. Con nail's.^Their ladies' boss has been well bought^and ev cry piece Is a telling quality. Their^boys' extra hsarv bone, three pairs for ft,^are a boon to mothers.