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VOL.VIL-N0.42. ANACONDA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15. 1895 priob-five0BHT8 IDAHO'STOMBSTONE DeLamar the Scene of Another Ter^^rible Tragedy. OVER BUSINESS AFFAIRS HankAnderson Dead and His Part^^ner, Sam Brisbow, Dangerously,^If Not Fatally. Wounded-^Kllled by a Policeman. d.The supreme court says the ap^^peal is absolutely without merit. Judg^^ment is affirmed. Opinion by ^h* oourt. IDAHO'SODD FELLOWS. AND o.So Mo FredGamer Wcut FOR mi aaa AllTan Siloes excepting ^Burt^4 Packard'' rcducjd to .-.cost:. SpecialDispatch to the Standard. Boise,Idaho, Oct. 14.^Do Lamar,^which has earned the title of Idaho's^Tombstone, has been the scene of an^^other terrible tragedy. This time rt^was a shoot;: g affray end as a result^Hank Anderson is dead and Sam Brls-^bow Is lying dangerously but not neces^^sarily fatally injured, while a police TheOrand Lodges Meet In t'aldwell and AnII If lily Kntertalne.l.^Sp*cl*l Dispatch to the Standard. Boise,Idaho, Oct. 14.^A special from^Caldwell says: Largo delegations of^Odd Fellows and Rebekahs from dif^^ferent parte of Idaho have been arriv^^ing for two days to attend the grand^lodges of that order to be held hero^this week. TJiey are being received^and oared for with genuine hospitality^by the fraternity of this city. Odd^Fellows' block and many of public '^buildings are gaily decorab ' In honor^of the occasion and the hall of the or^^der la handsomely fitted up and Is re^^served exclusively for headquarters^and entertainments. Regular business^seselons will be held at otiher halls. The^grand encampment occupied to-day and^concluded Its session ttils evening. In^the absence of Grand Patriarch Burr, CAUSEDHI A CRISIS m*r^ m^^nite. UtahDemocrats Will Reconvene the^Territorial Convention. WILLMEET IN SALT LAKE ThePnrty Propose* to Moot tho^Churoh-Stat* Issue, Dragged^Into the Fight by Republi^^can*, and Suppress It. wr.Oeorg* I,. Mc-^messag* the first flv*^seconds. TlK' *^ ^-^ond relay was carried by O. U. Hack.-n-^bergcr in 13:30 and the third by C. A,^nrandenliurg in 13:2TH The Denver di^^vision extend*) to a monument, when Col^^orado Springs, Pueblo. Canon City. Salvia^and Gunnison will each carry it through^their Jurisdictions. Th* last delivering It^to the Montrose riders. Twenty-seven^hours is the schedule time lor the J5U^miles. For 15 miles the riders will have^to travel ovur railroad ties. ON r.,t-. I HACK. officer'shands are stained with human ., blood. The tragedy occurred Suaday ***** ^' * .^^.* ** m |J Appropriate Wedding Gifts. ^| 1hi WO OWSLEY BLOCK, |^BUTTE, MONT. | evening.Anderson and Brisbow were,^until recently, partners In the livery^business at De Lamar. They quarreled^over the settlement, and It Is supposed theshooting grew out of a revival of thebusiness difficulty, 16encampments in the Jurisdiction, all^but one were represented. Reports of^the grand officers show this branch of^the order 'to be In a healthy condition. Thefollowing officers were elected^and sworn In for th* ensuing year: Andersonend Brisbow met in front Gran(' P*trtarch, H. H. Hoff of Mont ofTom Hall's saloon Sunday after^^noon. A few words passed when An^^derson suddenly whipped out a revolver^and commenced firing at Brisbow. He^fired three ahots, only cne of which^took effect. Brisbow ran into the sa^^loon and cried out that Anderson had^shot him. An examination showed the peller;grand high priest. F. D. Hall of^Moscow; srand senior warden, D. F.^Baker of Boise; grand scribe, A. K.^Steunenberg of Caldwell; grand treas^^urer, K B. Gwinn of Caldwell; grand^Junior warden, F. N'. Brown of Salmon^City; representative of the sovereign^lodge, J. C. Fox of Chillis. To-morrow bullethad passed through the rightmorning there will bo a formal recop- lungand lodged under the shouldertlon of the visitors at 'the opera hous^, blade. Constables Scadden and Pascoeafter which the grand lodge and the proceededto Anderson s house. Ander-Rebekah of the ^tate assembly will sonappeared at the door with a revolv-convene. 'PATRIOTISM IS DEAD. erIn his hand and told them he would j^never be taken alive. Scadden and Pascoethen retreated. The latter arm- | An English Anarchut Talks to a Crowd nndI* Applan led.^8t. Louis, Mo., Oct. 14.^Charle* W. edhimself with a shotgun loaded with I^buckshot and the two again stvrted af- IHAnderson. They proceeded a shortMowbray, an EngH^h anarchist, dellv- distanceIn the direction of Anderson'sered A speech on anarcny mnd com. housewhen their man appeared. HemUnlsm to a large crowd at Walthalla wastold to throw up his hand and he^^, y^terday afternoon. All his sen- complied. A moment afterward, how- tlmentswere loudly applauded. He everhe low.red hi. hand, and pu.led ,Med out t^, , ,, a^a hisrevolver. Leveling the weapon at^Pascoe he said: ^I'll be d^d If I do. slcalevents of the times, then attrlb- rn^_ ^^-^^i^-- T^ ^~T*^^ i uted their existence to the system of^Pascoe r*i*ed his gun and fired, the -- - -. _^,^,. U^M. . loadof buokshot taking effect In An^derson's abdomen and stomach. Ander-^eon reeled, but before he fell he fired governmentwhich holds sway In ev^^ery land. Mowbray Jokingly referred^to the fact that he was out on bond for tforeeor four shot* at Pascoe, none of ln^ul,lnK *^ ^^ Uncle Sam In a^them taking effect. Anderson died In ^^^t speech and added: ^What does^about 10 minute*. A coroner* Inquest red' whl,e ^nd blu^, me^ U9^^was held and Paaooe was exonerated. Wh^t d0M th* unlon *^* m^^n to ^^e^^At last reports Brisbow was Improving They shouldnothing t. ^ach and andwill probably reoover. Anderson every 0M of r^r*re reaU was^JUVSM^Wtu but had no rhihl. pflj8 J^.^lVSWi+rto* of calico^ren. His wife witnessed the killing, to maintain Ihe Rothschilds of the^and started toward* her husband when worhl- The declaration of independ^^ence Is a dead letter; men have been^arrested for reading It on the streets.^No form of government ever met tho^wants of th* people. Patriotism Is^dead. shefell In a faint. SAM TOI LOSES. TheSupreme court Holds That the New^Laundry I aw la constitutional. SpecialDispatch to the Standard. Helena,Oct. 14.^The supreme court^to-day held that the new license laws^relating to laundries are constitutional. 1aro Downed Him. Chicago,Oct. 11.^Joseph |tss*s**i who,^It la claimed, was ait onu ttnM worth laundriesand a 125 license for other mou,^ *^*^*. and, Bon:^^** ^In*^. thansteam laundries. Last spring Hel^^ena Chinamen resolved to te^t the law.^Sam Tol offered the county treasurer^Jlu for a quarter's license and was re^^fused. Tol, through his attorneys, pe^^titioned for a writ of mandamus to^compel the county to accept the money^for the license. He alleged It was^purely class legislation, and was^against the constitution of the United^States. The district court of this coun^^ty granted the writ and the county^truasurer appealed. The supreme court^held that the lower court erred in^granting the writ and reversed the^Judgment. Theother opinions handed down are:^The state ex rel. Aachen ^ Munich^Fire Insurance company vs. Lewis Rot-^witt, secretary of state, an appeal from^Lewi3 and Clarke county. The secre^^tary of state, under the provision of^the codes, which requires the payment^of r^0 cents per each thousand of capital^stock as a filing fee for articles of In^^corporation, refused to file the com^^pany's articles until such a fee had^been paid. The company claiiiRd that^the law did not apply to foreign insur^^ance companies. It made an applica^^tion for a writ of mandate compelling^the secretary of state to accept the fea^for filing Its written designation of^agent without requiring it to pay fees^for filing Its articles of incorporation^and to Issue the certificate. On he-ar-^I ing, the petition was denied. The su^^preme court holds that foreign fire In^^surance companies need not file their^articles of incorporation with the sec^^retary of att ;e, as the law relating to^Insurance (has made the state auditor wasfound dead In bed in a dheap lodg^^ing house. He came here durtng tha^world's fair with about $13,000 which, It^Is said, he lost ln gambling. theywill lay off DEUPREY IS SICK AND DUR-^RANT IS IRRITABLE. Mallorders glvon our persona',^supervision. 1 i Li ER ItIs Probable That tlie Cue Will lie^Continued for nt Leant a Meek -^No Trial Vmtrrd ly. RanFrancisco, Oct. 14.^The trial of^Theodore Iwrrant for ihe murder of^Blamche Lamont did n ^t go on this^morning. So many of MM Jurors are^business mien that, this iKMiig collec^^tion day, the court adjourned until to^^morrow. It is not unlikely tiha-t the^court will, to-morrow morning, tako a^further adjournment. Attorney Deu-^prey, the leading counsel for the de^^fendant, Is confined ti his bed with^rheumatism, and his associates will^base this as a reason for continuance^for several days. Although the court is^known to be opposed to delays in this^trial, It is believed, under the circum^^stances, J-.e will grant the continuance.^In OMR case the trial will not hltely L^^resumed until next .Monday. Inthe meantime Theodora Durrani^remains In hit cell, never leaving it,^ev^en for the custonury exercising in^the corridors. It is ^a.d he Is becoming^exceedingly irritable. Wnce he finished^with his testimony in Judg^ M-irphj'i akind of Insurance commissioner with c^tfrt' ^'e ***** ,has *^ 5b1^*^full power to Issue certificates, and abI'.a^d' lnsl^M^1 ^,f bHng withhim the companies must file their^articles. As the opinion holds tnat the^relator need not file its articles with^the secretary of state, the question^whether the secretary can demand a^fee of 50 cents per thousand of capital ^ on hlm thal ho mly be ^n*''^1^stock is not passed upon. The writ of and' a\he, r^1^^s ^^ force ^* ^' carelessand Indifferent, he is serious^and troubled. For the first time since^his arrest, the medical student seemed^impressed with the proper Idea of his^terrible position. At list it h is dawn- passedupon. The writ^mandate 1* ordered issued. Opinion by^Just.ee Hunt L.P. Ludeen. respondent, vs. LIv-!f^5 ^J^^''r, mai^k- ThePrincipal Shoe Dealer t!3North Main Straflt, Butte ingstonLlectrlc Light company; from^Tark county. T!ie plaintiff, Mr*. Lun-^deen, sustained serious injuries whiH^Tiding on a street ln Llvlngs'on from a^!* k ii guy wire belonging to the com^^pany that wrapped about her waist and^pulled her frcm her horse. She sued^the company for damages, allfging^negligence on the part of the company,^and obtained Judgment for JD00. The^defendant appealed. The appellant's^chief contention was that It wis not^respmslhle for the accident, althouifh^even guilty of negligence, in placing poeted to-day oa the banking hou^e of 8^the wire wh^re It was. ln that It was Barfuot. stating the bank had closed. a edthat he thoj^ht the defense would^be able to put in tins baianeo of Its tes^^timony ln two days or less. Then rhe^prosecution will present Its witnesses^in rebuttal. District Attorney Barnes^says he will handle th m nj. lly. but^D.ckinson Is preparing to croas-quee-^trjn witnesses at length, and on that^account R nt^-d create no surprise If^anoth' r week is devoted to the work tt^taking testimony. Inlint.r. ^ Hark Kil'^r,. Cha'ham.Ont., Oct. 14.^A notice was not the sole cause of the accident.^The supreme c url altlrniS Judgment.^Opinion by Chief Justice Pemberton.^State, respondent, vs. Samuel Simms, theowner deemed It a lvliable to iiqu.-^' ilate oo.r.g to large ^ hirawals of dc-^! pes'.ts and an ^underlying f. cling of *Ms^^| trust, causing further loss and no hope^of gain.^ The failure Is a great surprise. SaltLake. Utah, Oct. 14^The demo^^cratic territorial committee met here^to-day. After discussing political ques^^tions from 2 p. m. until 10 o'olock, a^vote was taken by counties and It was^unanimously decided to ls^ue a call to^reconvene the territorial convention.^About 500 leading democrats were pres^^ent from all parts of the territory. The^call Is In part as follows: ^Since the^nomination of the democratic ticket,^there has arisen a crisis In the political^affairs of tho territory. It has been^caused by the efforts of designing and^unscrupulous republicans who have^used and distorted the Ill-advised^statements of high church officials In^order to secure their own designing^ends. Kfforts are being made to cause^the people to believe that the dominant^church of Utah desire* the defeat of^the democratic ticket. It puts be fort'^the people a question before which all^others are dwarfed. The democratic^party proposes to meet this Issue and^fight It out for all time, that the adop^^tion of the constitution which is pre^^sented for consideration, may not be^defeated. Thedemocratic party has no quar^^rel with any church in Utah. Its griev^^ance ha* been caused by those who^are willing to drag the cross of Christ^In the mud and filth of politics to ad^^vance selfish ends. Therefore. In view^of the condition* existing and ln order^that there may be Issued a declaration^of political Independence for the pur^^pose of declaring that no man^or set^of men^shall hereafter us^ the power^or name of the church or ecclesiastical^authority or control the vote* or Inter^^fere with the political rights of any^cltlxen, the democratic convention duly^assembled at Salt Lake, hereby decides At\i|U - duel.^New York, Oct. U.-Thls was getaway^day ae Aqueduct track. The track was In^tine ronditwn. Six and a half t*Yl**sJB^^^Itolla won. Will K.llioit s ond, Fior.mor^third; time. IJHL Six and a half fur^^longs^ Indr.i won. Add'.e second, Fatal^third, lime. 1 S^V Mil* and sixteenth-^Marshall won. Kditise second. Long^Bridge third, time, ItiSS. S.x furlong:.-^King T. won, Tomoka second. F Meld^third; time, IdtfcV Mile--Inquirendo won.^Sir John second, King Michael third,^t'.me. 1.4s. In^^in Francisco SanFrancisco. Oat 14.^Four and a half^furlongs, ;-year-old^^Cl*Uw^ KM won,^Baetao second. Kasel third; time,^Six furlongS'-Elmer F. won. Miss fin lit^^er second, i/conaius third; time, ld.')^.^Seven furlongs^Mode! won, Lady Jane^second Marv S. thirl: time. ltrn,. Mile^^Arnette won, Oakley Broesvd, ltemus^third; time. 1:40V F.ve t'rlongs^Tim^Murphy won, Major Cook second, Venus^third; . me, 1 **)4 n^ Inrlnnml. Cincinnati,Oct. 14-Tbe day at I^atonla^w*a remarkable for close flnisbe*. Sev^^en furlongs^ Si a IT a won. Canowood sec^^ond, MM third: time. 1:^. Mile^Bittle^Walter won, I'eabudy second. Master^Fred third, time, ilea Six furlongs^*tr^I'lay won. Judge Dubois **CO*j4, Kirk^third; time, I t;',. Mile and a sixteenth^^l'rlnce Carl won, Btrathrot second. Tom^S.iyre rhird; t.me, lasVss Five furlongs-^Miss S. won, Iiufra second. Fair Lady^third; time, 1:02V^won. He splemlant^third; time, 1 U'.. BPBSIHCJICOREA ItIs Probable That the Queen Has^Been Mnrdered. FOREIGNMARINES LANDING The Trouble Had Its Inception^Through tho Huler's Dislike of^Now Soldiers-Waiting for^Details at Washington. Washington.Oct. 14.^Information of^a formidable uprising In Cores, result^^ing In the disappearance and probable^death of the queen and the landing of^military forces by the United States^and F.uropean power, has been receiv SanFranclsee lor the south, for th*^*vowid purpc ^f ^intmg. mm to overthrowthe present government.^Many peor,le her,th# of anyfilibuster expedition, but th* aetton^of the gorerBment of 1st* prove* that^Ihe men now In power beUave there^are grounds for fear and are acting sc eordlngly. WESTERN_SENTIMENT.^^o* K.ihr. T.iu .,. p..| ^^^^satBsnssa l^* Then*. SpecialDsspatat to the Standard. faul.Oct. 14-Conrad Kohrs. Sr. weal'hycattle ranch and mine owner,^1 residing at Peer Lod^e. Mont.. M hers^on his way to Chle^TO. said he: ^The^' peopl-, and part|^,iar|y the q^Mna,^pers of St. Paul and Minneapolis. *T*^taking a strong suad -gainst ta*^ Wssst^on th.- s.lver question. This wUl hart^i these cities. We. In the West, are not^I ^^y'ns anything we can help ln the**^ed by Minister Kurlno of Japun from cities. We don't believe In patronlxlns;^the foroign office at Tokio. It is quite^sensational, indicating the landing of^marines hy Ilussla, th - i'liited Slates^and probably Oreat BrltaJM. T! ^ li^^test dispatch to Minister Kurlno sta^ I^thst a force of Husslan marines, 40 in^number, has been landed. Thus far^they have confined th-nisel .-es to^guarding the Husslan legation at^rleoul. United landedfrom ihe Yorktown to the num- were at work. *q.ln-e Watson was terrt-^ber if IS. It Is believed that Ilritish hl^ ^^f1^1 ^^ho^t^he head and hody and^marines have bwn landed. Beside ourenemies, and we regard the** ettMB^as our enomies on t.ie currency q*as-^tlon. There |* just as much Interest ssever ln that question. InHot M t,|_^Pltt.Mrrg, Oct. 14.-The converters at^tne Am r an Iroa works of Jones A^kauirhln ov^rturned this moroing and M^ton* of moultea metal poured in to th*^states marines were pit below, where a score or more of men ttI. ....vii .^Louslvlll*, Ky., Oct. H^The season for^record riding was inaugurated most au^^spiciously to-day by Arthur Oardner and^Willie De Cartry on. singles, and by B. K.^Anderson and ^Retldle^ Van Herrtck on^a tandem. Johnnie Jolwiaon and K. k^F.ek were pr^*etn, Kck taking charge of^the men ui I heir efforts. Being barred^from ins track by the racing board's^suspension of last year, he used a mega^^phone and gave hta instructions from ihe^grand1 stand. Clan* B record*: Two mile* Willi*De Cardy. time. .i..'J 1-t. Jobn-^upon the reassembling of the delegates son's former record, 3.M 4-6. Three miles^that composed the Ogden convention. ^Arthur Qardlner. ttme, i:S6 M. Four miles-Arthur Oardlner. ttme, 7AS I-r..^Klvemtlee^ArthurOardlner, time, t:M l-.r..^Former record, l^:ls. by Tltua ^Mary^^Arvderson and ^Re.1^ Van Merrick on a^mndem broke the record of I M 14, mail*^recently at Waliham bv McDuflle and^Butler. Time, ItlJ. They continued and^special to the eatabliehed th* ,aUr*Kl^1. *r^^^Trl^bune from Logan, U'tah, give* an m- miles, 8 :4 4-4; tTires miles, 1:01; four^tervlew with Ap-silo Moses Thaiteher, inllsa ^M; five miles, 10:1s.^democratio oandldate for the United^States senate, In which he says: ^I be-1^lleve that every member of organised atSalt Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 22, lSi);^,.^The convention will also be empowered^to tak* auch action, than that stated In^this call, ss exigencies may require. WhstApostle. Thatcher t-avs societyshould respect Its ^fileer*, be^^cause if he did not, confusion and pos^^sible disruption would most likely re-^suft. I reaffirm my opposition to the^union of church and state In whatever twomonths. From V*) pounds In weight^she wasted away to 71 pounds. A most^extraordinary circumstance in this con-^nee.'on is that th* alimentary canal fail^^ed entirely to perform Its duty for 10^weeks prior to death. they'llboth die ATHIEF AND A POLICEMAN LY^^ING AT POINT OF DEATH. IlonssrI.o*i . S^tO and Itecslves ttavcral^Wonuils In Ills Hands It Unp-^pensd In a Yell llt-ate. Seattle,Wash., Oct. 14A* a result of aitaltem!.; 11 arrest John Conner for th*^alleged robhury of 110 from Banfour llou-^s^-r, a sailor, while in Daniel McXamara's^saloon to-day. I'olioeman John t.'orbet' Is^lying at the point of death In the Provi^^dence hospital, his body covered with^knife wound*. Conner :^ also dy.ng from^a bull-t wound made hy the policeman's^pistol. In Jail are Hoiiaer, with kn'.f*^wounds in his hands, held as a wltnwi*,^and McXamara with a bullet In his arm.^Conner atablied the pol'.oemsn and sailor.^Corbett shot the suspected thief and the^saloon keepvr. The polio mm has 14 bad^sounds. II.* nop* is almost slashed off^11* has a deep wound In th^ abtiomeo and^o-hers all over his l.ody. A* C'onn*~ ran^out of ih* door to escape the patrolman^he sho' him In th* back. chainof circumstance* against hlm.^he haa become d.pr-ss-'d. Attorney appellant;from Cascade. Simms was The lUWiities are in the vu.uiity of t^^,-^coavicted of grand larceny aod appeal-1 0*. formit may appear, bellev.ng th.U the of stsrvatlon, ha-1 taken no nourishment^peace, prosperity and happiness of the MM** ^ BWSSS of milk for more than^people depend upon their absolute sep-^a ration I am with my ivirfy on issues^which have already arisen or In the^future may arise. HISCJFFEE COOLED. i.'anorsedon Knocks One the Yonng Har^^lem Kepree.ittatlTca London,Oct. H.^Frank Oalg, the^Harlem ^Coffe.^ Cooler.^ and Dan Cree-^don, the well known American pugilist,^fought a 20-round fight at thn National^Sporting club to-night snd Creedon^won In the iiOth round. The opening^rounds w. re contested In a friendly^fashion, but on warming Bp to tho^work, Craig rushed and swung his^right with such effect that Creedon,^after being knocked down ln the slxui^round, went w. lit and was all but^beaten In that and the two subsequent^rounds. Btlll he fought gamely and^just towarj the end of the eighth h-^landed with the right on the Jaw an I^shook the ^Cooler.^ Prom this point^Craig boxed wildly and frequently^clutched his opponent or ran around^ths ring to escape punishment. He^occasionally swung his right, but Cree^^don had tho best of matters to the^end. ln the 20th round. Mayllgkt In i.otten'ots. LittleRock, Ark.. Oct. 14.^Governor^Clarke to-day fumi^hed fresh evldenc-^of his determination to prevent the^Corbett-Fltzsimmciis fight at Hot^Springs or In Arkansas. A telegram j^wss sent by tho governor to Brigadier^Oeneral Oeorg* T. Taylor of Forest i^City, of the Arkansas guard, summon^^ing him to confe-ence. The meaning^^f th* conference. Is that th^ governor^desires to acquaint himself with the^available strength of the r ate ssJUtta^'^^ that ho can n-t knowingly If tho^affair at H d Spr.ng3 reach' s a erM .^so that military IssssMMsM may be re^^quired. Andthat utiles II. St.Louis, Oct. II ^The Little Rock cor^^respondent of th^. Post-Dispatch says:^Governor Clarke expresses h.mself on the^Corbett-F^ts*inim* affair in this lan^^guage: ^I do not car* to discuss this^matter any fur'her. but I will say, as I ^^have said before, t.-.are shall b^ no prtx^ I^fight a-. Ho- S;.- gs. The au-.hort'.-s I^rhere have pMtksaUf admitted that tlvy '^will he utiable IS prevent the fight. This^lnv.o th.- matmy bar. Is It is a quesnionnow as M who Is th high-st au^^thority In this Brass^th* governor or a^couple of fighters and tho*^ who favor^. ^ :^ m. ,iw. Ifth.-re It no law to stop the Ugh-^any other way :i pt by th* us.- of mllt-^tary fort^t. I *haU un that. If I ,]^ oo'^stoft that tlgh^ I will resign my ofilce and^let -hose wh^ he levo in pttaeflghtlng mo^the government. But ther* will be no^prixeflght st Hot Springs. Irt.m licnr s* ontr..s^. ilienver, Oct. 14 ^The bicycle relay from^Denver to Muatro*-' w.th a m. a- i.^ from^Governor M.Intyre to the grand master^of th* Colorado o 11 Fellows gran] lodg^.^ln session at the latter place, started these,the Japanese have a considera^^ble force of - idlers at Seoul, who^have been preserving order. Thedispatch comes fr ^m Tokio and^communicstes the substance of dis^^patches received from General Myrl.i,^the Japanese envoy at Seoul. They^are dated from the ^th to the 10th^Inst., and It appears from these dis^^patches that the trouble had Its In^^ception through the queen's dislike of^M.le^Mone Alfonso t the newly organized soldiers of Corea.^second. High Test . The old soldiers had the primitive i equipment of tho far east, but with the progressof Japanese Influence ln^Corea. two battalions of Corean troops^MM organized on modern methods. ;^Each battalion numbered stW men^armed with modern weapons. They^were well drilled and olftcered. When^Ih* queen showed her disfavor toward^these new troops they appealed to Tal^Won Kun, a powerful chief who has^long been at enmity with the queen.^He sceepted tho leadership of the new^troops snd st the head of on* battalion^en-ered th* queen's palace The na- ;^tlv* soldier* fired from the palace. Th*Tokio dispatch did not state I^what had become of the queen further^than that she had disappeared and^cannot be located. The officials are^Inclined to believe, however, that the^unofficial reports of the queen's death^are true. Ths Japaness government,^*sssa*ks*j*srtett f urthax U*sWs*s*fc*-W^c,l*^l^quickly on the report gtva Wt^ ap-^polnted a commission to inquire Into^UM facts. In the meantime it is em- I^phatlcally denied that the queen's^death. If It has occurred, was due to^the Japanese. One report ssys thst a^Japanese shoahl killed the queen. This^is not. yet confirmed ln the dispatches^received here. Th* otltcials say that^th* ihoshl an* an Irresponsible and^lawless class and that their acts can-^not be laid to the Japanese people or^government. Oeneral Myrla's reports^also cover th^^ work of the Japanese [^troops ln preserving order. These^troops were stationed opposite the pal^^ace, having secured this point of van^^tage some time since through the 0^r^-au government. They^in the attack on the puia^tt had occunel. when the n.itlvo^troops were fleeing and the new bat^^talions were enforcing tV-ir success ln^capturing the palace, the Japan**.;^troop i aided in preventing bloodshed^snd disorder. It Is probabh- that mur^^ders occurred during the melee. Thelatest Indications are that Tal^Won Kun and '.he king are In control^of affairs at the Corean capital. The^king has been the nominal ruler, but^the queen has heretofore been recog^^nized as the real ruler. The Influence^of the king and Tal Won Kun ar-^distinctly favorable to the Japan--*-^At the Corean legation no wogdMhs, 1^l^t n received from the dlsturb^^^'cap-^ltal. The officials are much SnfuMsil^and do not doubt that the queen fius^met her d^nth, although they are not^ready to abandon hope. willd.c. John Ii. Burr. William Kdwsrds,^( harle* Freeborn. WlHiam C. Tl *Hg*T.^. homas W. Faulkner. Frank Keriinaj and^Samuel Lowe were Injured. Physician*^say Wa-son will die and ehsnce* ar*^against Burr, Kdwards and Freeborn. FnnrUei ha ^^ r*r.^Ittttburg. Oct. U-O. j. Baldwds of^Toungsvtlle, pa., a victim of last night's^west-end trolley ear accident, died this^morning. Thts makes I^*r deaths so far,^and several other victims are in ^ criti^^cal condition. The accident was caussd^^^y the breaking of a brak t chain and rh*^fact that the trolley Itf: the wlr*. Th*^motorn.an attempted to stop the runaway^car by reversing th* current, but there^was no current. 'he | P. '1,1,. NewTork. Oct. 14-The meeting of th*^reorganization ftmmltff of the Union^rsctflc company will be beld In this elty^to-day. A member of th* firm Included^In the underwriting syr.d -ate ssys hs^does not believe the reorganisation plan^w'll be ready for publication 'o-day. Gon^^ers! I/ttil* Fltsgerald. chairman of th*^reorganisstlon commlMee. confirm* this^statomsnt. For.imerlct's i up.^N*w York. Oct. 14 ^Th* challenge for^tho America's cup hy Charles Rose of^Kngland has been formally accepted. FromVOO to 7A I*. nnoi.^Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. 14 ^Mrs. John A.^Grofer, who died at Lar^m!^ yesterday \n^^M lion . rails.^Omalha, Oet 14.-N. B. Fsleoner-* large^dry good* an I millinery store was nlnssil^on a chatVI nvortgag* 'his morning. Th*^total liabil.rtea ar* estimated at $110,090,^with assets of about 1175.000. The eoes-^pany has) b*nn In business in Omaha a^great many year* snd has been^ered on* of th* moat substantial^in the W*A but tits comnerjUop set up^by tlwssjWaiw ll*r*iVf*rir4^l^as on* of tne factor* la this fail Dm TheAttorney General Introduced.^Washington, Oct. II ^After a recess of^four and a half months th* United Blscs*^supreme court met and convened this^morning. The only vacant ssst on th*^bench was that oaused hy th* death *f^Justic* Jackson. Th* proc**disgs ***^^slsted of hearing unimportant motlosna^the admtssion of half a dozen attorn***)^to the bar anj th* Introducing of Attor^^ney General Harmon to th* court by hag^. predecassor, S*cr*tary Olney. Mltr-r(^rtlScaSW. I N*w York. Oct. 14.^Twenty^dollars la lilvar certiflcat** brought TIE^ whipped him MRS.PHILLI8^PROMINENT PUNISHEDPOPULIST. CHOLERAABATING. HOW ChATIFYING. I'lim lutosloMarrle* H*r Estranged 1^I'arriit. will II* I.IU wl.c Urooklyn.N Y., Oct. 14^It has be.^come almost un accepted rumor among^the members of the Four Hundred of^New York, and particularly among^those who compose th* Meadow Brook^Hunt club of Long Island, says the^Eagle to-night, that a recon' Illatto n Is^probable between Mr. and Mrs. Will^^iam K. Vand-rblit, and tti.it Immedi^^ately following the marriage of their^daughter Consudo with the Duke of^Msrlbop'Ugh, a second ceremony will^unite the parents a ^e -ond time In mat^^rimony. I'm*FIzMIng a I'alony. Austin.Texas, Oct. 11.^Th* suprmn*^court to-day hai.lel down an opinion In^the case of ths tax collector* o( W.ll.am-^son and Haye* cot it), swktng to fore* tlMcomptroller to Issue tht m a license^for a piizeflgnt under the l.w passed at^the regular less, oa of the l.g siaturc.^Ths court de-dines to mai.damas iho^cotup'.roller on th* ground that Ih* (uv^^eal session of tha lvg.slatar* nuir.ilvd^all previous laws o-i the eubject by ptss- 1^tng a new law making prij.j.ghtlng a |^f.lony. it.garillnsf'c -crap Washington,Oct. 14.^The report of^Agent Wisd'an r. ssrdir.g th* prevention^of the t'orl^e:t-Fi z^im-nt.ns prlseflght in^Indian territory has btwn received st th*^Indian office and si satisfactory. It Is^aa 1 by officials th. tv is no danger of the |from Eighteenth and Larimer street* at | Ugh: tak.r.g ;laco In ^ -rrr.ory. HnnoluinPeople troimcd by Flllhustsrlng^Reports luv ulrr. F.ipectcd.^Honolulu, Oct. 7, via steamer China.^Pan Francisco, Oct. 14.^ Cholera has^about seen Its course In th!* city. Hut^one case hs.* been reported since the^last mall, making a total of S^ to date.^Th^ board of health has lifted the k^- .^cal quarantine and freight of all de^^scriptions can be s-^nt to tho neighbor^^ing Island*. Passenger travel la *tlH^restricted for tho present. Filibuster expeditions ar^ now at^^tracting th* attetitlon of the pv .pie^here. The government has received^word that armed Invad-rs may be ex-^pe ted at any time. On the morning^of the 4th Inst., w. rl was re-elved by^th^ authorities that a boat lond of i^armed men had landed on this island,^about 10 miles from Honolulu. The j^men qu- stioned natives sbout th* sur^^rounding country *nl then put off to^a larg^ schooner which was anchored^off th* shore, n-ar Pearl Harbor. A^company of police was s*nt a^ler ths i^strangers and lat--r the go\ernment tug !^^nt for with a field piece and a i^rtt.-nt of regulars. The tug)^cruised about for five hours and re-^tu nt^d reporting that nothln^ was seen^of the nu n. The appe trance of the I^supposed filibuster* has caused th*^i government to prrpsre Itself for inva- i^I; the police have all been armed. |^^Stfl soldiers h^ve been enlisted and^in .ther ways -he gov-rnment Is adopt^^ing precautionary measures.^The filibuster craft is supposed to^i come from South American port; it^| Is claimed that Kzeta and one of the^Ashf. rd brothers are at the head of^the movement. Kzeta recently left thenuiaaa says Atlas** CI^Story Derogatory to Her Uood^^A Kawhl l^ l ed. Philadelphls.Oct. U.^A special t^^Press from Beaver says: This af*^this town was thrown into ^xcit*m*nt %o^^the osstlga.ton of Samuel Adams, esss*^.I..lite for pr. si I--.V J i Ige on the populist^ticket last fall, by Mr-. Nancy rhasss, a^handsome widow who keeps a boardsssj^house. She used a rawhide on him. Ae-^oordtng to her story she took this Titans^of rssentmg a tory that Adams had ch^^culated derogatory to her .--o! nam*. Mrs.Ph ii'.s sen! word to Adams that^sh* would Hk* to see him at th* horn*) ^|^Mrs. Mays, a near ne.gttt^or. Adams ^ja*^^urher-l into -h* par'.or. Mrs. PhUH*)4^^|^appeared, and, after locking the^drew her whip and went at Adams. 1^woman weighs 140 pounds, wall* As)^only weighs Uu pounds. She struck^first across the face, then over th* i^ders. Finally Mr. Atams made %^dash snd itrae-pel :h* rawhide, wr^it from her hand* amd sprang out -^lawn and' ran. TeeI'otfoert l iju-etl. Elkhorn.W. Va, Oet. 14.^^A^train on the Norfolk A Western rajlsjKfi^wss wrecked by a h.oken frog^Blueflel I a- I Kenor* to-day. Tlst^gage and mail car and second-class ^^w^r* ditched and s*v*n passengtrg^Injured. P. P. Dillon, mayor of^hontas, W. Va.. was badly hurt, a^L. Conr^^ of th* Gr*^n Drlar Coal^psn-y. and K L. Shaffer, baggag* i^Th* woundcl passengers w^r^ '^Pocahontas. II Hear T^. 11 atomy. N'*w York. Oct ll-Judg^^master in chancery in th* Cnlom^litigation, will bear l**l1ia*g#_^a-. On i-.a *'^! :o 'he apptt^th* division of the earning* of skgt^gon Short L n* rysnem. Ihe-tt thn n'^ i tioa.^Orrah. Oct. 14.-Ths sb^S^t'nk^n X r-h America will^^eoostd annual convention k^ tha*^morrow morning. Two hundred^arrived t ^'-^^ and have put la^*jMs a parad* and iiutplhssv A rortwa ^^tira ^rw^Wast ngton. Oct. M. IMM^to-day signed contracts wltm^^chofis for b* bul'ding of tss*^l-clo boats, raosotly award**^^abate idag. fhaWcath**. Wa*iii-ign. Oct. 14.^Fag.^Generally fair; warm**;^wind*.