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ABDULLAH PAt1A RtCALLE.J.
A irvetler ays Th.are Was No Massacre, Rut Opea Fighting. LOIDON, .;an. l.-The Sa' lird's cor* respoatdet in Constantinople denies that tde porto has cancelled the recall of .\Ah dullah Pasbha as a member of the coim mission of inquiry. Tho report was that enacellation warn duo to the porto's desire to dispel the distrust caused by the recall of Abdullah, in view of hs fearless char aster. The correspondence adds that Ab dallab is now returning home. The Morning Post prints an interview with Traveler Itmnes. who has just re turned from a gcographical mission through Mesopotamia and Kurdistan. He said: "I was in Armenia from March to No vember, and happened to be an Bitlis dur iagtboedislturbanoes in the Eassoun dis trict. It is absolutely false that women and children were outraged and tortured by Turkish troops. The whole thing was grossly exaggerated from an entirely local disturbance, locally suppressed. the troops arriving too late to share in the repression betend the capture of the supposed insti* gater. He was a liberated convict named Dobasian. alias Mourali, formerly a pupil in the American Methodist Mission school." Zimines exonerates Zeki Pasha, who, ont arriving at Mooch. Inmediately liberated numbers of Armenians and adopted a pol. icy of conciliation throughout. ZImines says that the Armenian question hardly exists in Armenia. The editor of tile l'ost describes Zimtnez as a distinguished Spaniard of high scien tfle attainments and a Fellow of theI Royal Geographical society of England. He accepts the above statement as true and hotly denounces Mr. Gladstone and the other supporters of the Armnllian! political plotters. COACHMAN. Oood Enough For Mr.. lannliter of New York. TAr.arTOWn, N. Y.. Jan. 15.-Mrs. Ban aleter, the weallthy, haundlome and a'. compliahed young wrfe of W. II. Liannis. tr. who was, until last sulnler, .atialo;r Lezow's Jaw partner, lhas abantdoaned her husband and child antd elolped witi a young, shaven-headed hacklmlan. Last summer Mr. BLannister was arrested at Coney island on chlargtes erlouisly affect lug his character, but wa;s discharged the Mext morning. Since then lie and hIis wife have lived apart. hlis wife and child going to the Franklin hotel here to live. The coaclnan, witlll nlwom she elopedl, handled the reins on her daily dlri-ve, andl it was not lung bIforo she contlfdlol to friends that he apipealed atron;iy to Iler. The climax camne several days ago, when Mrs. Banuister was ordered to tilnd other living quarters. nirs. Iannister las silncr, written to friends in this town that Glte marek, N. D.. is her destination and a divorce her object. T'le husband, It is said, will contest the action vigorously. THIS IS A , %1 STORY. Iltrvilg People Cuit Iheir Throats In Nebra.k,. FL4zTox, Neb., Jan. 13.-As a result of destitution and their helpless situation among hundreds of starving people. John anrris and wife, living a few miles in tile country, committed suiciado and the body of their newly born babe was found with its parents somen time after. Mrs. Harris was lying on the bed etl tirely nude, with her throat cilut from car to ear, and the bed clothiln was at turated with blood. The hlushbtand was foullltl lying on the floor with hlia throat cut. The coroner's Inquest found they had come to their death by their own hands, and a rasor had been used to coninit the deed. The mother had expired in theo throes of hobildbirth. The couple had only mtovted to their present place a month ago. No motive can be given for the doed except that they were on thie verge of starvation and suffering. The following letter was found : Dsaa r'AxITS-W-\' have d't lhed t.o c'l our lives together. 1:a cut lr throeat andll I cut mine. A RECOiu t:iL . AKCH( . A Wemal 67 Years oti1 Ihel Thirty-Three ChilIdr. r.n. Nw Y'otRK, Jan. b1.-In a little flat in East 93th street in thlas city Illari.'hie l.eon, the abandone I wife of I.e.in, Illh faunll.lu clown, lives with four of her children and is having a savage struggle to keep the wolf from the door. 'This womtltan, whto i .I now 47 years old, ha.; beena the IllotilUr of 33 children, all by one husbanll. si.it was born in Madrid and mat.arried Leon there when she was 13 years old and joined the c;ucts with which lhe was traveling. lher nar.nllll.a family came In pairs, a par every tear. Uilny of the chbildren are rhdead. ()lly the four youngest are with her, the others btaein: self-supporting in vatritls hilts of the world. Mrs. Leon is utifering with a tumor. STILL IN I HE RING. Deleousg olding lt. nuupporters Itor iae lug ul Usar. SACI:AuI'NTO. (Cal.. Jan. II ----The com plexiunof the fight for I'nite,.! -:tas senator froem Californi.aa was chlaned somewhat tolday by the caindidacy of Jocob H. Nelf. president of the 'California Miingal assocation. an old residtett of the state and a protument ranch on nlar. l is candidacy as expected to Itljiloe tie strength of Senator l'erkltls. l'eYoung still maintains that lie is keeptng his legis:latie supporters in hand. THE bALE tiF SIMIONIAN. Dispute lBetwee a Grand Duke and the .Ntrate King LONDoN., Jan. 1. -It is reported t'hat one of the Hulssitn gratnd dukes Is ,tabo1t to bring suit ag~inst ('olonrl Norlh, th.' -itrate king. 'lhe siott grows otit of tue sal,, y ('o.oinel Northl of tlnt I t alt .u . ho..ntd, "nmonatai. lbrother of i'iiler it, for £l,(i,, ' the n " nt ait n ", ; t'..tl frots a disput. on the Iart . tt!.," I :: as to the corrlecte . oi tit-t I !.'t , . l t' warranty ol thile antllllt's u:lll~ltt. PO3;< r "L.W ,. The Sugar I'la'a-t. - .:"'i, \.-i, 1 a, .. meni .ltd. Wafht.r,:O:+,, Jan. 1a.- fat, ,n.' Louisiana jee.at -en : co:ti_.re .. peared before :it. L. -. ; u r;.. .v committee to-da ) : - ,.. i. ,. tO beitm defr t . tI ..1. rm d. f :.t. losses auffutrd h. . . . and Clartaern , ii.. .,. a '. !, repeal of the hitl i ..n I . McKinley ti-.rf I.ia e ltiaiji r.a:e.-I.. 'a .,, rtu a. t a 1 : erirat comrn.- . ". obstacio has been removed from the work of forming the association to cover western transcontinental pae. senger business. The agreement, which goes into effect Jan. "0. provides that all roadstl shall pay a commistson of 10 per cenit on eachr ticket. lEvery road is in it with the exception of the Grand Trunk. I.U-KUN-YI : . - L ALLYING. UGeeral We-Jo- t o. C ipturedt By Lt saet ieeded Over. Lo.nDON. Jan. 1.--A dispatch to the Centrol Nelrs from Pekil says: "A well-known Mohammedan leader. who has just arrived here from the westen provinces, announces that the Mu hammedans of that section are de termined to avenge the death of General Thao. Liu-Kun-Yi. the newly appointed com mander-in-cbief of the Chinese forces, tias again delayed his departure for the front. leis engaged in consultations with the Tsinl"ili-Yannon. The German steamer Kung-Yi is under orders to proceed to Shan-ilai-Kiuan. where she will take on hoard the Chinese peace envoy, Clhang Yini-lion, and convey him to Japan. Li Hlung-('hang has succeeded in capturing General Woi-Ju-Wel, and has handed him over to the board of punishment." No ) N3-H. Colnptlicatlon Which Threatened to Ut set Taieyr'. PIcans Esplaieod. WASitr(;roN.v Jan. 15.-The first effect of the discovery by the treasury omleals that Spain pays an export bounty on sugar and that therefore Spanish sugar is Ilablo like uilropeaii beet sugar to an addi tional tax of one-tenth of a cent per potndl was the causeo of much apprehen sito lest it shoutldl prevent the consumma lion of the agreement which United Mtanes Minister Taylor had almost com pleted wit the Spanish governmeunt, looking to the restoration of Anlur:can exlpoirts to the ruintnmum tardlf schedule. lint it is believed here this fear is not at all foutirlcl. As oxpl.ained by Mr Taylor, the ýl,,luisth bounty is pail only on sugar pro luced in the .'panish possessions and illmported 1o thie U litedl States is abs-' lutely ilrconseqloential, amountinng to but $:,;.r, during the last year. AN.N I I-HElE. She IInd iIs Wo: thls, llubatnl and Stleo,.k Illre. OKL.HIiOM1A (IT ', .lan. 15.-Mrs. Annie Chtli-\1iitinul, a prominent and wealthy seclety Wolman of New York city andl a tiuece of the late Georce W. Childs, has Ibeli cr.ultued a dlivorcO hlerU from (':trios .\. Wliiting, scion of the celebrated Whit ing f:lamily of New York, on the groulnds of imatrll:l neglect, incompatibility of tenlleranlent and constructive abantlon tmont. The coluple were married In New York on Feb. 8. 1839. The wife's maiden name of Annie Chiilds is restored. Muint -. I. Another Bank Cashl. r Ulrs Gone to the IBad DOn.,. N. 1t., Jan. 15.-f-ank Examiner Poor :s exattitLn tnhe books of theo Dover National bank. It is said there has been a dcef.lcation of about $1,').O0 or $70,000. A nutce was posted on the bank door to (lay sa)iag the institlution had suspended anad was in caro of the examiner. Isaac 1'. Abbott is cashetor. No arrests have been mtade. Ca;h,,'r Abbott's accounts are short frotm 4;0,00J to $O4,M). HENDIbH-HO. SHOT. It Is Charged Thsat I)ve Welter Did the ttoody l..rd. LoNDON. Ont., Jan. 14.-William David Wolter ant John II. liondershot have beetn contmltted to stand trial at St. T'homas, (tht.. for the luttrder of Walliam Ilunderhlot in the woods near that place. 'The crown charges that Hlendershot placed an insurance on the life of his nephew of $l.,(xJ0 and hired Welter to kill him in or der to secure the money. In the C .s of I) bs. S'.Ats ro;IN. Jan. t1.-In the sulpromo colurt of the United States to-tday, (. S. l).trrow, acting as counsel for Eugene V. I)l,h and otlhera enzaged in the Chicago strike last summer, made applcation for urts of error and habeas cortous. The court decided to hear arguments for the wrat of error Wednesday. Whitney, as sastant attorney general, appeared for the governnment. I ngilneers M5eet. p.'ia:tl l)IspattLh to the i:and.rd. Ii, I.ta:uA. J.tn. 14.-ThI Montana Society of l gllmeers e let to-niglht and further considered the county surveyors' bill. No niaterial chances front the bill as reported in tlIe ` " NDA.D) rere 1aa4e. David McCoy of IRo.llands, Cal., is the oliest pen!sioner in the t'tited States. lie I, a tat'ratn of the uaar of 18i2', atnd is 01il .t atr. ''l. iThe next on the la t. , v.lchl I tatl iins 47 . tiie. is ll sa'a Ilrown of t ,rittt h ass, I o:.. tVto a, 10: years old. The l.' ',t a. tow o: .:: as . ears old. Slit was ma.trrit'.l ilter t.a war was over. IIrahlms, the great conml'.tser, whose I1 ist otlhontes are now th#e vota:e aotlat, Slat'iasated pen'ole. at .s sat I, (loos not c.iliLau oriilla..lty for his charm:ng folk s.'nal. le110 sanllll selected the o.l mnelo its h.ch tL l. t Germans.ul have long been familiar alh rand provided them with ac cunips)nltneuta.s I'r. Vrd hleir VSlnle. tl'i.. Mont., iec. .3. lY31.-1 have provet lthe vallle of lioi's Sa;rsaparilla andiL 11- l's pild . I i.le Ienuii troubnllted Ilh l sl.Ippa' anti hlleadachl. 'hoy hlave acconlpilLshed a wonderful (curt'. SI t AT I'IGt.E7 R8. Ild's Pfills cure Inldgestiun. *'The at Iaalilway trains in tho North w est and n titlouI superior in all lt'nmirilt: is theo orlth-\Viste.rn iBee l.:nlli'el hte' ween 1llnniai..ulo.,i St. iP'al andi t'hicaro. It is the ti nest Ir-,i thi-- ,i, ,u l * l lc i a o. the !i est trolt atnninl ot.: of the Twai 'lOt.e a -In i Is L.; %. ;:..... ;:ich for a king.'-14A U. a. / ' u rr. G i , . , . * str! ratet F.tster! ter l ce i tl'w r lith S 1 i ;t : c; I from S '. ... .. li:;.te S , .., . . , : tt rn P)r c .!*. CARTEH GU:> .: T t1 . BURG. .e Will Explain Reedet Evesnt to the Po..ple OJver Thbre. Spclal Dispatcl to the mtin.dlrd. PnrLLtrtntr;, Jan. 15.-Mr,. C. N. Bowie died at 7 o'clock this morning of ti phold pneumonia at the family rees dence in this place. The deceased was numbered among the pioneer settlers in Philipsburg. and her death will be mourned by a largo circle of friends throughout tbe state. Her husband, Dr. C. N. Bowie, and five children survive her. Announcement Is made here today that Hon. Thomas H. Carter of Helena will address the people of this place at the opera house on Saturday evening. The object of his address will be to show how wrong was the antagonism brought against him from Granite county In his contest for the Uuited States senatorebip. Some local republicans are of the opinion that Mr. ('arter's engagement for Philipp burg at this time is a plan fixed by Sea ator Sligh to square himself with the re. pubheans here whom he promosed, before his election, not to support Carter for sen ator. Phillpsburg people in general are greatly agitated over the selection of T. H. Carter for senator and they will re quiro of him a masterpiece of eloquence to overcome the sentiment against him and those who have supported him. DAHa-D VL MA r. This Is the Famltiar N.amo of a Georgia II, rni.e. Condor (Ga.) corr. New York Sun. Dare-devil Mat is the name given by admiring friends to Miss Mattie Hester, who is not quite .':, has deep blue eyes, wavy black hair, the whitest of teeth, pretty features and a trim figure,. and has had more exciting experiences than fall to the lot of most men. Up to a short time ago she carried the United States mail between this place and Lothair, Montgomery county, where she lives, 20 miles away. She drove a filery Texas bronco hitched to a tiny road cart, and went over the route tri.weekly, rain or shine, all by herself. The road lay through a wild and sparsely settled section, but she never feared any danger. At her side in a small pocket, the butt fully exposed to view, was a handsome 38. caliber revolver of tile mtost approved model, and, as she was known to be a crack shot. she was not often molested. She resides with her widowed maother, and is the real head and director of the family. For the last five years she has superintended all the work on the farm. She has helped to plant and harvest the crops and has carried them to market, where her tact enabed her to secure the highest prices. Being in a tight place for money once, she went into the woods, cut a qutiattity of pine timber, had it hauled to the river, rafted it herself, and placed the raft in charge of her brother to be dis posed of in the Darien lumber market. Every autumn she cut down trees, which she split into rails until she had a suffi cient quantity to enclose a small section of the farm. She has taught in several writing schools. D)uring one of her mail trips she per. formed a most daring feat. It had been raining incessantly for a week, swelling the crooks and branches beyond the banks and impeding travel. Mercer's creek, which Mattle had to cross on her route, was a roaring torrent. The long bridge which spanned the creek was in dancer ot being swept away. Mattie appeared on the scene and took a hasty survey of the sitI ation. "if there is any possible chance to get over," said she, "I intend to cross, come what may, even if I have to swim the creek. Tile mail must go through." She gave tle spirited bronco a cut with the lash, sending it trotting swiftly into the foaming water. It was over five feet deep around the abutments. Here the pony got entangled in some vines, and reared on his haunches-kicking vigor ously until he was cut loose from the har neus by tlhe daring girl. All this dime she was struggling shoulder deep in the water. By skillful maneuvering, and at the peril of her life, she lifted the road cart by sheer force out of the water on to the bridge, which was almost ufloat, and crossed to the opposite bide, .swlnuiing part of tho.way, a ith the vehicle ahead of her. Stio arrived all right and got the mail through. Not long after this she ceased to carry the mails. Instead, she learned to play the festive dr.tw poker, which she now plays with the knowledge of an expi'rt. It is turtiher alleged that site operates a "bliind tiger" in a small shitnty in frout of her moinier's residence, at lea,-t that is what the grand jury thought when they indicted her. She was not prosecuted, bhowever. TwIo years ago, learning that the reve nue otllers were on her trail, she dis guised herself in nt do attire and assumed the taitte of l llJones. In this litasquer ado she traveled through several states a i: holt anytodv peulctr.atinig tier tllsguise. During the exec;tion of the the S.cufle toiilanls at .u1ount Vernon ntetr here, last Septenuier a year ago, she sold a large amounit of lilquor publicly to the people. hhe was not miolested. ClHHISTMAa UL" E;E ia CME HIGH Itig Items of C .st f r Turkey In KRich llond in 186 From the Alliance crilti. ()t C'hristmas day, 186?, when confeder ate mIoney hatd bertn to depreciate, tur. ke sin V ratnia were worth ~1 apiece, salt ::8 cents per poutltl and tire crackers 2.' a I'ack. In 1thCi turkeys had rison toO60 apiece, w hiukey and ruinl cost 75 cents per ailon,. sugar ;O to $10 per pound and flour fl:, per barrel. ;.,II tas at a premium of $".. and a plain ('hristmas dinner cost not less than lI .;1 tlotr was worth *4i;( a barrel, buttelr $4) per poundl and sugar $3 an At a (thristtllna dinner at a coulntsy house 'reari lrehtnonll, Va., Dec. 1:., 1861, just ") years iago, the haitl for the occasion cos-, $;(%. Tlie Ilt tii tey on the planta tion, .valued at , .t, roasted atnd con * rmeid. The ·e.hba,,g, .potoet, an'i honm* itn" crst $~kI. t<hi corn tIread was ial, of meal lt we tar -t; ..el. andll tit .at ,10 per I ,tul. I hie d.-ert A.J s blak tlto4.asses, c....tnt,; toi~ ) r cilll n. I lce was Olne .ip ' f r,.i tea tr'ea. r " I tor the c(casion .I-1 surprise, i\\I:rI i " ;10 p "r I".VIutl. aind ? et a att.L lt:a.t :..tn sw" eet li..tatoes rv. ., ," ". , \I.s ite-te upon tI 'ii,I U I it ,, I•r f .r i v' H :p 1 p t WEAK WOMEN and all mothers who are nursing babies derive great benefit from Scott's Emulsion. This prepara tion serves two purposes. It gives vital strength to mothers and also enriches their milk and thus makes their babies thrive. Emulsion is a constructive food that pro. motes the making of healthy tissue and bone. It is a wonder ful remedy for Emaciation, Ceneral Debility, Throat and Lung Complaints, Coughs, Colds, Anaemia, Scrofula and Wasting Diseases of Children. Smd for Pa,*mlet on S&cotlt's Easlow. ivE. Sotet e..., N.Y. aO Drugglst. so.asenSl Beware... SRailroad Mining Men Farming Brain Working EVERYWHERE PROTECT YOUR Muscle Working INTERESTS. 0 Fair Minded Don't encourage umrnll slavery by purcha4lng 'nwent shop"e1othing. l)e inand t he union libel on yourclothtngr, as all llrnt--clts garmenlte are linde by Ul i,41 labor only, till ,,nor the union " libel. ISiSUES Y A THONITY iF CW ) Encourgn your toiling b, thers; when )o0 help them sol lh.Ip 3ounr Nelves nod rtitritnut to oliSl' g the labor pIrobutlen. D)oli't l)e pit ot, aut, demandlt to see the label on all gar n mntea )ou buy. A p.ly rail man l rlrd man. A prnr ht l fd mn iats n k man. A. ikl. III~ ¢alt do y,1p-1 -Itº. ....An Honest Wage Earner. iGA ARkE TIE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and are ABSOLUTELY PURE B ITTER ROOT RANCHES E-OR SALE - $500 0ae r.a with: ,ool title and water. $600 O ;acres. holn es:ead, all fenced. $ I 000 tGO acres near P. 0., sehoo. $ t. ,lapot. $ 1500 Q re' p,.nty or water, young $ 800 I, afres :r :t l.nd, all fenead. small orchard. 2 0,o,,,,, a. under fenco. good $2000 buildinDt . a . a. r $2200 "S ' acre grat " I "", good build. $2500 u''4 , ,,,, . at O O , pIlen y or watr.i G chO,,t. (,lllrc I a.Itl,| de) t l ialt . (4Q00 tOmloo ncrec. guol water riuat Sind I00 llldiugs, 45')0 bearing fruit trees. d.4'( acre.. 42) ot It timber. 50 ,00gol ater right, a bargald and a gongl tltle'lmu -nt. rte for a deseri .lon of any of these or others f these do not nli.. \s I io with you to see propery) at nn tllll' se rIe :ay v Eustt 1L t and Ltoans, 00 !'. r0s. st n:aL lan KIxtNErr , J. H. T. 1tTYA hProaeeL Vie.Pse. G. A. Wo.L, Cashier. WESTERN lontana National Bank MISBOULA. MOST. . . . $Ts,***oo Surplus and Profits as,ooo.oe GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL OPPOSITE DEPOT, nISSOULA. Fneat ,at .n the C.t; 25 cents. Table r clr $4 pur vzveuk, R0" and Boird S2. JOE. A. MANSOFF. Proprictor. CHARLES ErISLEY, Tgsidermlst, llissoul, Montana. eme. Iksled. Au!n.t.. . lIU 2. Dad urm:." Iso Rotl' .nil V :s 51'V mane a t c:r ilp :ni as1. aad ;Men *fTt!I i-at' a"" u ; ""-': . .. t.. ) .r.m ''I st,,,rltm. 3 i O:[ -pOD ;' . ,i'..C:t|o.. Mi-. Se 'o "LaL0&Uj uL..O W:c IBittr TRooft DEVELOPMlENT CO. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Bough and Dressed .... LUMBER..-. All kinds of Minining and Bridge Timbers a specialty. Large Dry Kilns in connection with the Mill. Sash and Door Pactory.... Sash, Doors, Moldings, Cedar Shingles and Pine Lath. INTERIOR FINISH Hard Wood or Pine. Hand Rails, Balusters and Newel Posts. Scroll Sawing, Turning and Fancy Brackets. Over 2,000O,000 feet of No. 1 Clear Finish in Stock, either Yard Seasrmed or Kiln Dried. Esti. mates and Price Lists furnished on application, BOX 264 - - - HAMILTON, MONT flERCANTILE DEPARTMENT.. Bitter Root Development Co. ..HAMILTON, MIONT. . The Banner place to trade in the Bitter Root Valley. Our magnificent new store building has a floor space of 26,100 square feet, and every available foot is teeming with sea sonable goods. Our Dry Goods and Furnishing Depart ment. are replete with choice articles, which are always ready for inspection. Our Grocery Department is to the front and center. We are taking grain and potatoes in trade at the highest market prices. Our Hardware Stock is full and complete, and will bear comparison with stocks in any city in the State. We are agents for the celebrated Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company; we lill orders promptly. Bitter Root Development Co HAMILTON, MONT. YOU NEVER SAW Anything half so aloe as the delicaclies which we are now offering in HOME MADE PRESERVES That are not only home made, but are all made from BITTER ROOT FRUIT And prepared o the ranch where It grew. Come and see the dis play at our store. We have also received the week A CARLOAD OP DRIED FRUIT That we are selitg cheap. Have youtrled REX F.OURt? We sell tI MURPHY & WORDEN, Grocers, 110 West MaIn Street, Miasoula. ossn U will ma far yeal ordfer BIll RlT OIELOPMEM GOM iiAIY , Lumber, Lath and Shingles. 8A8. DOORS, BLIWDS, ETC., LIME, HAIR PLASTER AND CEMEYMS AZst tsfor the Standard Pressed Brick and Red Brick. OFFICEi, 17 M ATN STREETi'. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE LOCATED AT BOULDER HOT SPRiNGS, For the Cure of Liquor. .loph Hii Ilaits, Etc. THE ONLY ISTI:.-TL N . D LL-' I. For Particulars Addrtss, THE R(iLLY I;V.STITUTE