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PLAN OF CAMPAIGN.
Irish Affairs—-Text of the Papal Decree Against the Plan of Campaign. London, April 27.—The statement that the Pope has issued a decree condemning the plan of campaign in Ireland is confirmed. His holiness says he does so because he is convinced that the plan of campaign is illegal. He says he is also convinced that the land coarts will reduce all unfair rents. Another circumstance that influenced him, he says, is the fact that funds are extorted from the contributors to the plan. The Pope condemns boycotting as a practice contrary to justiceand charity. He makes no mention of the National League. London, April 27.—A dispatch from Rome to the Times fays: A papal letter has already been sent to the Irish bishops and will be published about ten days hence. The versions hitherto printed are more or less conjectural. The Pope for bids Catholics to adopt the plan of cam paign or engage in boycotting, and enjoins obedience to law. Other questions are in abeyance. The Nationalists have de termined to continue the plan of campaign in spite of the papal decree. It is as serted that the movement will not suffer ranch from the necesfary defection ot the priests, who will undoubtedly continue to sympathize with the people, and that the vacancies can easily be filled with laymen. The matter has caused an extremely bitter feeling among the Nationalists, who in dignantly resent the government's in trigues with the Vatican. London, April 29.— The following is the text of the papal decree : On several oc casions the Apostolic See has given the people of Ireland, whom it has always re garded with special benevolence, suitable admonition and advice when circumstances required it, as to how they might defend their rights without injury to justice and public peace. Our Holy Father, Leo XIII, fearing lest intsetine warfare that has been introduced among the Irish in contests between landlords and tenants, and which is commonly called the'plan of campaign," and in a kind of social interdict called "boycotting," arising from the same con test, in a true sence of justice and charity might be averted. It is ordered that the supreme congregation of the inquisition subject the matter to a serious and careful examination ; hence the following was pro posed : To Their Eminences, the Cardinals of That Congregation : Is it permissable in the disputes between the landlords and ten ants in Ireland to use means known as "the plan of campaign" and "boycotting." After long and mature deliberation their eminencies answered in the negative, and their decision was confirmed by the Holy Father on Wednesdy, the 18th of the present month. The justice of the decis ion will be readily seen by anyone who applies his mind to consider that rent agreed upon by mutual consent cannot, without violation of contract, be dimin ished at the mere will of the tenant, especi ally when there are tribunals appointed for settling such comtroversies and reduc ing unjust rents within the bounds of equity. After taking into account the causes which diminish the value [of land, neither can it be considered permissable that rents be extorted from tenants and deposited in the hands of unknown per sons or deliqunent land owners, and finally it is contrary to justice and charity to prosecute by social interdict those who are satisfied to pay the rents they agreed to pay or those who in exercise of their rights take vacant farms. It [will therefore be your Lordship s duty, prudent ly but effectually, to advise and exhort the clergy and laity not to transgress the bounds of Christian charity and justice while they are striving for a remedy for their distressed condition." (Signed) R. Cardinal Monaco, Rome, April 20th. London, April 30.— A meeting com posed of Catholic Irishmen and English men, held at Aldershot, condemned the Pope's decree, and resolved to found a branch of home rule organization, and to cease contributing to Peter's pence. Mitchellstoavn, April 30.—A branch of the National League discussed the decree, and has decided that it will not take its politics from Rome. London, April 30. — The Fall Mall Gazette , commenting on the Papal decree, says: The Pope's blunder amazes us. It will make no difference in the condition of affairs in Ireland, while an alliance with the Pope will displease England. The St. James Gazette asks what Glad stone thinks of his position now. What the Vatican declares to be a damning sin, Gladstone, it says, considers exclusive deal ing. The Globe says: Archbishop Walsh doubtless did his utmost to refute Mgr. Persico's statement relative to the condi tion of aff airs in Ireland. It is possible, as the Daily Neics inti mates, that the Pope has been threatened with something like schism. The decree means law and order, which were menaced. Py the junction of the Btrong British party with the Parnellites, we have now, in the Vatican's opinion, overcome the disturbing forces assailing them. The Star denounces the decree as cruel, perilous and wanton. Ireland, fighting with her back to the wall, will never, per haps, discover the methods by which the attack was instigated. If Ireland submits to the sacrifice of liberty to base intrigue, she will be unworthy of the freedom which in a few years Euglishmen will grant her if she maintains her demands. The paper summons Englishmen to de nounce their minister's intrigue. Ireland, it declares will accept political advice and counsel from no power but her chosen political leaders. The Standard argues that the effect of the decree will be disastrous to the Na tional League by lessening its contribu tions. The Irish parliamentary party will take no steps in connection with the de cree, but will leave the question on its merits to the appreciation of the people. The promoters and supporters of the plan of campaign do not expect that the decree will act as a serious check to the enter prise. Approved the Indian Reservation Bills. Washington, May 1.—The President has approved the act to secure the relin quishment of the Indian title to portions of the Sioux reservation. He also signed the act ratifying the agreement with the Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet and River Crow Indians in Montana. Methodist Conference. New York, May 1.—The general con ference of the Methodist Episcopal church opened its session here this morning in the Metropolitan opera house. Long before the appointed hour the vast auditorium commenced to fill up with ministerial del egates. The bishops occupied seats on the stage. The galleries and boxes were occu pied by ladies and gentlemen. Bishop Bowen, the senior bishop, presided and coducted the exercises. The number of ministerial delegates elected is 288 and the number of lay delegates 177. Among the lay delegates are six women. Every State and Territory in the Union is repre sented. ___ _ A Queer Performance. Philadelphia, April 28.—Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, the highest ranking of living officers of the Confederate army, has been nnanimonsly elected an honorary member of the E. B. Baker post, No. 8, G. A. R. of this city. Live Stock. Chicago, April 25.—Cattle—Receipts, 1,100 ; active ; lOcts lower ; steers, 3.800 5 ; Stockers and feeders, 2.5003.70 ; Texas fed steers, 3.8004.50. Sheep—Receipts, 4,000 ; higher ; fancy native wool, 6.5007 ; natives, poor to good, 506.25; shorn. 4 2506.10; western, 5,5006.80; Texas, 406.10 ; lambs, 5 570 7.25. Chicago, April 26.—Cattle—Receipts, 4,000; active and 10 lower; fancy, 50 5.35 ; steers, 3.7004 80 ; stockera and feeders, 2.5003.70; Texas fed steers, 50 6.50. Sheep—Receipts, 3,000 ; stronger ; na tives, 4.3006.75 ; western, 506.50 ; Texans, 3.6506. Chicago, April 27.—Cattle receipts 7,000, steers 3 6505.20, stock ere and feeders 2.3503.60, Texas cattle 3.5004.10. Sheep receipts 4,000, steady, native 507. West ern 4.2506.50, Texas 406. Chicago, April 30.—Cattle—Receipts, 12,000; slow; 5c to 10c lower; steers, 3 600 5.00; stockera and feeders, 2.3503.70; Texas steers, 3.750 4 05. Sheep—Receipts, 2,000; steady; wooleed, 5.0006 75; shorn, 4 0005.95; Western, 4.50 06 00; Texans, 3 750 5 50. Wool Market. New York, April 27. — Wool—Light re quest; domestic fleece, 22037 ; pulled, 18 038 ; Texas, 13020. Boston, May 1.—Wool, quiet ; Terri tory, Texas and California wools, 40050; other grades unchanged. Bank Statement. New York, April 28.— The weekly bank statement shows a reserve increase of $1,870,000. The banks now hold $16,169, 000 in excess of the legal rule. Bond Offers. Washington, April 27.—Offers of bonds to-day amount to $848,900. Washington, April 27.—The bond acceptances by the government to-day amounted to $94,500. Washington, April 30.—Proposals for the sale of bonds amounting to $2,713,000 were received at the treasury department to-day. Washington, April 30.— Secretary Fairchild has accepted the following bonds offered to day : Registered 4s, $2,589,000 at 129 to 1261. Coupons 4s, 129,000 at 1261. Washington, May 1.—Bond offerings to-day aggregated $2,000,000. Poor Outlook for W heat. Memphis, April 27.—The Northwestern Miller's report of the crop condition says : Instead of a steady improvement, there has been a steady decline in the general conditions of the winter wheat crop for the last six weeks. Insects have already ap peared in Kansas. Illinois to-day makes the poorest showing for a crop of winter wheat of any State in the belt, and the in dications are that the State will prove a failure as far as the yield is concerned, un less the present extreme conditions are mitigated. Indiana and Ohio show no improvement. Wiped Out by Fire. St. Pai l, April 26—A Deadwood special to the Pioneer Press says: Central City was destroyed by fire early this morning. Not a store or shop is left standing. One hundred and thirty buildings were burned and fifty families are left homeless. Dead wood is sending supplies. The loss is $250, 000 ; insurance, $25,000. New York, April 26.—A fire occurred at 47 and 49 Walker street to-night, which damaged the building about $20,000, and the stock about $100,000. Chicago, April 26.—A Daily News, Chester, 111., special says : "The shoe shop attached to the penitentiary burned this afternoon. Loss $75,000. The convicts were all safely locked in their cells after the outbreak of the fire. Boston, April 26.—The Atlantic Ma chine Works at the corner of Border and Maverick streets burned this morning. Loss, $150,000. It is supposed the fire was caused by a wire arch electric light. New York, April 29.—A fire occurred to-day in building Nos. 1003 and 1005, Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. Losses, $200, 000. Several persons were injured. Drowned. Denver, April 27.—A Salt Lake special to the Republican says: While George Newby, aged 21 years, Mary Wilson, aged 7, Emily Wilson, aged 5, and a man named Perkins were attempting to cross a small stream in Ogden canyon yesterday in a boat the high water swept them over Wil son's mill dam and all except Perkins were drowned. The bodies of Newby and Mary Wilson have been recovered. London, April 29.—The ship Smyrna was sunk in a collision with the steamer Moto, off' the Isle of Wight, to-day. Thir teen were drowned. She Gives In. New York, April 27.—Mrs. Hattie Green, who has stood out so long against the proposed reorganization of the Houston & Texas Central road, has at last surren dered her proxies for her mortgage bonds to the reorganization committee. Illinois Delegates. Vandalia, III., May 1.—The Republi can Congressional convention for the 17th district nominated Jos. N. J. Brown for Congress. Benson Wood and R. J. Hig gins were chosen delegates to the national convention. They are uninetructed, but favor Judge Gresham. Thieving of a Bank Official. New York, May 1.—The Times this morning says an official whose twenty years of service in the National Park bank had led to implicit confidence in his honesty, has taken from its funds nearly $100,000 by an ingenious system of falsify ing the books of which he had complete control. The defalcation cannot seriously affect the bank, as it is one the richest banks in New York. The bank officers are very reticient. How High License Works in Penn sylvania. Pittsburg, May 1.—At 12 o'clock las night the Brooks' liquor law went into practical operation, and 502 saloons out of 727 in the city closed up, probably never to be reopened. In Allegheny county there were 1,551 applications for licenses, but only 485 were granted. Anarchists W ant Pardon. Chicago, May 1.—A petition to Gov. Oglesby for the pardoning of the anarchists Fielden, Schwab and Neebe, has been circu lating for the past few days. It is said to have received thousands of signatures. Snow Storm. St. Paul, April 29. —After three days rain it began snowing this afternoon, and at 9 p. m. still continues. Despatches from St. Peter, Minn., Yankton and Can ton, Dak.,' report snow falling. This is the latest snow storm of any spring for five years in South Dakota. The wind has raised the Wisconsin and Chippewa rivers, cansing considerable apprehension and some damage at Wansana, Chippewa Falls and Eau Clair. Wisconsin Floods. Eau Claire, Wis., April 30.— Flood has driven fhlly 150 families from their homes. Porterville, below here, is flooded and deserted. The inhabitants are camped in sheds and warehouses. Northern Pacific Express Co. GENERA L SUPERINDENT' S OFFICE St. Paul, Minn., April 19, 1888. To all Whom it may Concetti: Notice is hereby given that the property as below, now remaining unclaimed or other wise, in offices of the Northern Pacific Express Company at different points in the States of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Oregon, California, and Territories of Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Washington, will be sold at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, at Helena, M. T., on the 5th day ol May, 1888, unless the same shall be called for and charges paid thereon. Note.— Explanation of abréviations: Bdl for bundle; b bx for band box; east for easting; p bx for paper box; sk for saek; tk for trunk; val for valise. Ashlaxd, Wis. —1 sk, Anderson, C.; 1 val, Hammond, 9.; 1 keg, Markioitz, &I. Avon, Mont. —1 bale, Day, IÎ. A.; 1 pa, Cra mer, Mrs. W. A. , Aitken, Minx. —1 val, Broat, O.; 1 frame, Dex ter, J. H.; 1 val, Everett, C. E.; 1 pa, Haynor, Rev. A. J.; 8 cast, Neal W. E.; 1 pa, Sewell, D.; 1 sk, Harris, Fred.; 1 pa, Xolby, Thos.; 1 pa Por ter, R. G.; 1 pa, Pfeifer, W. Arlington, Or.— 1 tk, Skoner, H.; 1 pa, \\ alk er, H.; 1 pa, Walker, Wm. Astoria, Or.— 1 bx. Armstrong, \\ .; 1 bx, Aus man, N.; 1 pa. Allen Miss 1.: 1 pa, Barlow, Ulios.; 1 pa, Barton, S.; 1 pa, Boy Ship Pomora; 1 p bx, Bertrand, C.; 1 pa, Berg, A. P.; 1 bx, Campbell, W. W.; 1 bx Oolebrook, F. W.; 1 bx. Dempsey, Mrs. T.; 1 banjo, Elmore, S. B.; 1 pa, Farrell, F.; 1 east. Foss, F.;Tbx, Haft, L.W.; 1 pa, Johns, N.; 1 pa, Jones. J. 9.; 1 pa, Luinlev, A.; 1 pa.Lanfer, J. L ; 1 pa, Montgomery, A. J.; 1 val, Maxwell, J. W.; 1 pa. McCaffery, T.; 1 pa, Mathews, W. A.; 1 bx, Pool, M.; 1 bdl,Reubens,C.; 2 pa, Ross, W. U.; 1 pn Ruddock, J. W.; 2 pa. Reed, F. C.; 1 pa. Saper, T. T.; 1 pa, Snell, R. J.; 1 pa, Tlioen, P.; 1 pa. Trepanier, I.; 1 pa, Thornes, C. T.; 1 pa, Welch, J. W. Adams, Or— 1 pa. Jones, A. L. Boniia, Mont.— 1 pa, Horre, T. Bearmouth, Mont. —1 bdl, Brady J.; 2 bx, Clem, Israel; 1 pa, Morse A B. Butte, Mont.—1 val, Burke, M. C\; 1 pa, Ben nett, A. A.; 1 hale Dathelin L.; 1 sk Emigh M. L. 1 pa, Fâlkins, W. N.; 1 pa. Green, Miss A. L.; 1 pa. Hooper J. F.; 1 pa, Hanley, C.E.; 1 pa, Haase, C.; 1 pa, Kree, G. W.; 1 val, Kine, Thos.; l .bdl, Iceland, Frank; 1 pa, Omara, M.; 2 pa, New%>; 1 pa, Preston, N.; 1 pa, Roberts, A. W.; 1 pa, Wed lake, C.; 1 pa. Weed, F. 9. Buffalo, D. T.—1 pa, Fisher, E.; 1 pa, Scott, Mrs. M. Billings, Mont.— 1 pa, Atkins J. B.; 1 pa, Bigelow, J.; 1 bdl, Devine, J. A.; 1 bdl, Haskins, R. R.; 1 pa, Hann, C.; 1 pa. Hoof, M. J.; 1 tk, Mathews, W.; 1 bx, McClure, E.; 1 saddle. Regan, R. R.; 1 bx, Smith, F.; 1 pa, Stevenson, F.; 1 tri pod, Taylor, E. L. Bei. field, D. T.—1 pc tin, Austin, H. J.; 1 bale Compton, A. E. Bismark, D. T.— 1 val, Adams, A : 1 pa. Burr. T. 1\; 1 pa, Custer House; 1 val. Higgins, A.; 1 pa, Hara, J.; 1 val, Jackson, J.; 1 bdl. Owner; 1 val, Pearson, C.; 1 bbl, Van Hauton Bros.; 1 pa, Wilson, A. Braineed, Minn.— 1 bag, 1 val, Allen, J.; 1 bx, Alworth, J.; 1 gun, Campbell, D.; 1 val, Camp bell, D. 1 pa, Cheney, E. L.; 1 bill, Donovan, J.; 1 pa, Keenan, E.; 1 bx, Kerns, T.C.; 1 pa, McKay M. R.; 1 bx, Naud, G.: 1 pa, Olson, M.; 1 chest, Van Kleeck, E.; 1 bx, N. P. Ref. Car Co.; 1 bx, Hall, L; 1 pa, Veon, A. E. Bozeman, Mont.—1 pa, Alward, W.; 2 cast, Beeby W. S.; 1 pa. Cheney, H.; 2 bdls. Hurley, T.; 1 pa. Harper, W.; 1 tk, I gun. Jolley Doctor; 1 pa, Leoy, A.; 1 pa. Monroe, G. W.: 1 pa. Mounts & Co.; 1 pa, Oslxmie, Mrs. C.; 2pa, Walff, MissC. 1 pa, Walker, C. R. Centerville, Or.— 1 pa, Bonnefer, M.; 1 pa, Hallis A Co. Carbonado, W. T.—1 bx, Edwards, Wm.; 2 cast, Marten, M. Centralia, W. T.—1 faueett, Crosby, W. A Co. 1 coil rope, (Joff, W.; 1 bx, Coniins, J. F.; 1 pa, Petzold, 9. Cheney, W. T.—1 bx, Higle, A. E.; 1 bx, Prichard. R. G.; 1 bale, Tustin, F. Chehai.is, W. T.—1 pa, Banfortli, F.; 1 val, Hammond, J. Coeur D'Alene, Idaho.— 1 pa, MeKelvey.W.E. Custer, Mont. —Pugh, C. F.; 1 val, Robbins, J. Casselton, I). T.—1 pa, Lundholder, O.; I pa. Miller, M. D.; 1 bx* Peterson, G.; 1 tk. Preston, G.; 1 pa. King, W. J.; 1 val, Koehler, M. Carrington. D. T.—1 pa, Brown, H. H.; 1 bx. Carter, Mrs. F. A.; 1 bag, Duff, J. G.; 1 cast, Dur bror, L.; 1 pa, Kirkwood Hotel. Cooperstow N, D. T.— 1 pa, Anderson, M.; 1 pa, R igna, T. Colfax. W. T.— 1 bx, Benago, L.; 1 pa. Boody, G. E.; 2 pa, Commoner; 2 bx, Crouch, W, C.; 1 pa, Forey, A. A.; 1 pa, Ferguson, H.; 1 pa, Holmes, G. P.; 1 pa, Hillyard, W. R.; 1 block. Hall A Noble; 1 pa, Keiser, J. L.; 1 bdl cast, Lie bes, A.; 1 bx, Morow, J. W.; 2 pa, Palouse 9oap Co.; 1 bx, 8tewart, H.; 1 bx, Smith, J. A.; 1 pa, Trumhle, F.; 1 seive, Talbott, E. W.; 1 pa, Win slow, J.; 1 cast, Waite, W. W.; 1 pa, Gilbert A J. Cascade Iax-ks, Or.— 1 bill. Tuck Hing. Dawson, D. T.—2 cast, Moline M. A 9. Co. Drummond, Mont.— 1 pulley Haparanda,9yml; 2 bx, Rogers, W. A,; 1 val, Farrell, Pete; 1 pa, Rogers. J. Detroit, Minn.— 1 pa, Anderson; 1 val, Byer sc , A.; 1 bx. Brown, D. L.; 1 val, Cameron, J. G. ; 1 pa, Converse, M. L.; 1 pa, Irvine, A. K.; 1 pa, Evans, R. T.; 1 pa, Gilbert, D. J.; 2 pa, Hos tetter, J. M.; 1 pa, Halverson, L. J.; 1 pa Keller AB.; 1 pa, Kluse, A. T.; 1 tk. Miller, Ed.; 1 bx, Nester, T. J.; 1 bx, Perkins, E. M.; 1 bag, Ritar, 1 val, Senate. A.; 1 pa, Loberg, A.; 1 val. Wood, J. Duluth, Minn.— 1 bale, Anderson, A.; 1 val, Bathee, W.; 1 bx, Bontin, W.; 1 pa, Cummings, J. N.; 1 tk, Callings, A.; 1 pa. DeLong, Mrs.; 1 sk, Gower, R.; 1 pa. Goldsmith A 1\; 1 pa. Huse, Geo.; 1 pa, Holquist, L.; 1 baby cab, 1 sewing machine. Nelson, P.; 1 bag, Heinick, II.; 1 pa, Ringsted A Co.; 1 pa, Secor, Mrs.; 1 val, Neeley, J. E.; 1 val, Shaw, Wm ; 1 pa. Teeney, W.; 1 pa. Veadson, D. L.; 1 pa, Vincent, C. Dayton, W. T — Ecoles, Miss 1>.; 1 pa. Green, J. K.; 1 pa, Hardin, D ; 1 pa, Crawlett, Mrs. S.; 1 pa, Payne, Miss C.; 1 bx, Metts, \V . Elk River, Minn. —IpaChadbuon, C. IL; 1 pn, Kirby, B. W.; 1 pa, Pariasian, M. J.; 1 pa, Up ham,' G. B. 1 pa, Whitmore, N. K. Ellensburg, W. T. — 1 pa, Boreli, P.; 1 pa. Brown, C. L.; 2 pa, Creger, S.; 1 pa, Chairman, R. C.; 1 val, Cox, W. R.; 1 pa, Dawson, J. E., 1 pa, I>ani s, A. 1 pa, Finley, J. P.; 1 chair, Holtzman, F.; 1 tk, Harris, E.; 1 pa, Hines, C.; 1 val, Hanlon, J.; 1 keg, Hatch, C. Si.; 1 val, Luke, H. ; 1 val, 1 bag. Lee, Sam: 1 pa, Larkin, G. H.; 1 val. May, F.: 1 pa, Oneil, W.; 1 vai^ Ryan. J. G.; 1 cast. Sands, Jus.: 1 pa, Scliriner, W.; 1 saw, Tay lor, J.; 1 b check, Voegler, F.; 1 pa Welch, J.; 1 pa, Ashby, J. H.; 3 pa, Bennett, N.; 1 bx, Des Voigue.G.: 1 pa, Gass A R.: 1 baskt:t, Eardsly.E.; 1 bdl, Sullivan, Jno.; 1 pa, Taylor, D. SI.; 1 pa. Zereageble, J. Fargo. D. T. — 4 cast, Anderson, A.; 1 val Bowers, J.; 1 val. 1 bx, Bennett, J.; 1 pa, Devoir, R. L.; 1 tire pot, Diale. R.; 5 pa, Democrat; 1 bag. Davis. W.; 1 pa, Guoduer Co.; 1 pa. Grady, W. R.; 1 pa, Halsey, A.; 1 pa, Hrrris. W.; 2 sieves, Haupt. A.; 1 pa, Harkms, W.; 1 pa, Hendricks, G. A.; 1 cast, Henderson, A. E.; 1 pa, Jones.Wm.; 1 cast, Johnson, J. A.; 1 pa. Johnson, A.; 1 cast, Johnson, J. A.; 1 p bx, Jaynes, J. L.; 1 pa, King, A.; 1 pa. King, Geo.; 1 pa, Kur, Jno.; 1 cast, Langdor, G. W.; 1 bdl, Loring, W. E.; 1 pa, Lee, L. P.; 1 gun, Moore, H. A Co.; 1 bdl pals, SIc Naughton.A.; 1 pa.McKinzie, J.; 1 grip.Murpliey, S. ; 1 pa, Moore, W. P.; 1 pa, Slaxey A Co.; 1 p bx, Normandson, N.: 2 bg att, O'Brien, J.; 1 sack, Oconer; 1 pa. Bolster, B.; 1 pa, Patterson A D.; 1 bx, Robinson, E. SL; 1 sk, Ross, W.; 1 pa. Rice, Ed.; 1 cast, 9mith, James; 1 pa, Stravglava, J. A.; 1 pa, 9nowden, J. H.; 4 cast, 9mith, J. W.j 1 pa, Turner, D. .I.; 1 pa, Williamson, J.; 1 pa.Wagner, C.; 1 cast. Wood, W. A.; 1 pa, Wineatt, R. L.; 1 val, Williams, J. M.; 1 pa, Youngsbury, R.; 1 pa, Zahler A H. Fort Totten, D. T.— 1 bx, Buonhauser G Fergus Falls, Minn.—1 washing mach. Bliss, W. C.; 1 cast. Cowing, W. A.; 1 bx, 9mith C. A. Fort Ripley, SIinn. —1 pa, Trask, SL P.; 1 cast, Hatch, H. O. Garrison, Mont.—1 bdl, Hollond, T.; 1 Ml, Higgins, T.; 1 tk, Slorrison, G.; 1 gun pt at, Mc Master, A.; ti traps. Mather, E. R.; 1 val, Sullivan, J.; 1 bdl, Woodburg, T. G.; 1 Ml. Brannan, J. T. Gallatin, SIont. —1 bx, Hawes, C. B.; 1 sk, Condon. J.: 1 roll, Hennesay, A. J. Glendive, Mont. —1 hammer, Campbell, C.: 1 pa, Lee, M.; 1 sk, Roseburg, C ; 1 sk, Rigby, SI. E. ; 1 pa, Times; 1 tk, 1 pa, White, J. Glyndon, Minn.— 1 pa, Peace Opera House. Glenwood, Minn. —1 pa. Ackerman. W. 9.; 1 pa, Sandberg, J.; 1 val, Paulson, P.; 1 coalter, Puugbery, G. Grand Rapids, SIinn.— 1 pa. Smith, Mrs.M.V. Gull River, Minn. —1 val, Johnson, J.; 1 sew ing inch, Finn, J. J. Helena, Mont. —1 pa, McDonald, J.; 1 east, Briggs A B.; 1 bx, Bowman, R. W.; 1 pa, Barrett, Sirs. E.; 1 bdl, Bourse, D.; 1 basket, Itarrey A.; 1 pa, Barron, G. H.; 1 bag, Beaver, T.; 1 bpl, Burke F. ; 1 bx, Boyce, J. R-; 1 val, Cantwell, R. E.; 1 pa, Chauncey, J. S.; 1 pa, Cox, C.; 1 bx, Curtis, C. D ; 1 tk. Carter, J.: 1 pa, Cummings, W.; 1 MI, Doyle, J.; 1 pa, Yarbough, Ben.; 1 pa, Kirley, Thôs.; 1 val, Dunn, T.; 1 pa, Dougherty. M.; lpa. Erickson, J.; 1 pa, Frlberg, G. W.; 1 val, Fitz gerald, F.; lpa, Gloslin, SI., 1 bull, Gleason, D.; , sax, Graham, W. H.; 1 pa, Harris, Annie; 1 pa, Hurd, J. H.; 1 Ml, Hausen, M.; 1 val, Handley, J. H.; 1 bx, Helfridge, F.; I pa. International Hotel; 4 pa. Jump, C.; 1 tk, I val, Jackson, W. N.; 1 Ml, Kellev, J.; 1 pa. 3 cast. Kinna, Jno.; 1 tk, Kellev. M. j.; 1 pa. Kelley, E. J.: 1 pa, Kerley.T.; 1 pu. Kenck. K.; 1 Mle, Kelley, Pat; 1 val, Leite, H. ; 1 pa, Leonard. Sliss F.; 1 bx, Murphey, J. T.; 1 pa, Marchand, G.; 1 val, Stiller, J.; 1 val, Mc Donald. J. J.; 1 Ml, Miller. F. C.; 1 bx, McClure, E. ; 1 pa, Kum, Fair; 1 pa. Mills, J.; 1 pa, Miller D. A.; 1 Ml, Mathews. Geo.; 1 pa, Marti, Dr.; 1 pa, SIcCauley, J.; 1 bdl, Moore. F. H.; 1 pa, Mc Millan, A. F.; 2 Mis, Slonroe, W.; 1 pa, McLeod, J.; 1 tk, Nicholson, T.; 1 bx, Nagle, R. J.; 1 bx, Oleson, O. P.; 1 pa, Pruiss. F.; 1 pa, Pryee, C.; 1 sk, Peterson, C.: 1 Ml, Pembert. E.: 1 val. Pease, F. W.; 1 pa, Robinson. J. A.; 1 tk. Roberts, A.; 1 bx, Raudall, L.; 1 pa, Snowden A W.; 1 can, Ray mond, W.; 1 tk, Roberts, Wg 1 val, Stewart, W. W.; I val, Stevens, Mrs. C. C.; 1 pa, Silverstein, R. ; 1 tk, Smith, Ella; 1 pa, Sanford, J. R.; I val, Sullivan, T.; 1 Ml, Sperling, Geo.; 1 Ml.Trecosity, S. ; 1 pa, Titus. H. T.; 1 p bx. Turner, A.; 1 bx. Tournent. T.; 1 Ml, Thompson, J.; 1 bdl, Uhe, Adam; 1 pa, Ursaline, Convent; 1 Ml, Wolf, Henry; 1 bdl, Wenstrom, P.; I val.Weeler, J. H.; 1 pa. Whitehell, J.; 1 Ml, West, Thos.; 1 pa, White, F. L.; 1 val, Wilhelm, J. C.; X pa, Wehe, Jno.; 1 sk, Yerxa, L. B. Henihg, Minn.— 1 pa, Baxter, C. B.; 1 val, Peterson, D. Hawley, Minn.— 1 cast, Johnson A L.; 1 east, Kacker, W. Heron, Mont.—1 sk, Clark, C.; 1 pa, Sing, Chung. Kalama, W. T.— 1 pa, Baker, C.; 1 pa, Oleson, Mary. Jamestown, D. T. — 1 iron, Beal, O.; 1 bx, Beemis, P. W.; 1 sk, 1 val, Cathain, F.; 1 pa, Donovan, M.; 1 pa, Drake, T. H.; 1 bdl poles, Fawe; 1 pa, Klans, C.; 1 pa. King, E. W.; 1 sk, Matson, A.; 1 pa, Orland, M.; 1 P», Reed Opera; 1 pa. Pratt, A. J.; 1 pa, Pope, R. R.; 1 P». Portter, A. H.; 1 pa, Telvage. C.; 1 bx, Shane, T. A.; 1 pa, Wilbur, D. I..; 1 pa, Williams, F. K. Livingston, Mont. — 1 Ml, Brien, P.; ~ cast, Babcock A M.; 1 pa. Bland, F.; 1 pa, Burtolf, F.; 1 pa Birch, L.: 1 pa. Cline, E. B.; 1 Ml,Chandler, W. R.; 1 sk, Chambers, Beit; 1 cast. Chambers, G. T.; 1 bx, Dickinson, E.; 1 val, Fox, R. G.; 1 val, Jacobs, L.; 1 pa, Leimen. M.; 1 pa, Leroy,H.; 1 pa, Laughlin, T. J.; 1 Ml, McGrath. Pat; 1 pa, McLeod, R.; 1 pa. Marsh, A. H.; 1 pa. Morgan, J. P.; 1 val. Ml att. Noble, D.; 2 bx. Pyle. W. E.; 1 pa. Perry, L.; 1 sk, Riley. M.; 1 pa, Weymouth, B. Little Falls, Minn. — 1 tk. Myers, J. M.; 1 roll, Tubble, A.; 1 bx, Bulkman, E.; 1 s mch, Pieble, E. Lake Park, Minn.— 1 pa, Wagner, Prof. H. C. LaMoure, J). T.—2 Ml cast, Keene. J.; 1 pa, Kollier, A. C.; 1 bx, Lutz, C. K,; 1 pa, OrsMrne, A. J.; 1 pa, Parker, W.; 1 coil wire, Vincent, Z. Lisbon, D. T.—1 cast. Arms A M.; 1 bx, Allen berg, H.: 1 Ml. J. H. C.; 1 pa. Friel, M.; 1 cast, Hopos, G. C.; 1 cast. Hample, O. G., 1 pa, Haines, W.; 1 pa, Hanson, M. J.; 1 Ml cast. Holt, J. C.; 1 cast, Livermore, F. G.; 1 pa, Maginis, G.; 1 pa, Noble, William ; 1 east, Pryce, E K.; 1 val, Richard. H. C.; 1 pa, Smith, W. K.; 1 cast, Sur eick, M.; 1 pa, Wilson, R.; 1 tk, Wilson, A.; 1 tk, Sullivan; 1 bk. Astell, G. M.; 1 pa. Burbank, G. F.; 1 pa, Blanehood, F.: 1 pa, Logan, J. F.; 2 cast, Robinson A J.; 1 pa. Shorty, N. E.; 1 cast, Stuart, E.; 2 val, Vaughan, W. IL; 1 pa, Whitney, C. F. „ Lewiston, Idaho.— 1 pa, Akers, G. W.; lpa, Blackington, Geo.; 1 bx, Cooper. T. B.; 1 pa, Jurgenson, E. C.; 1 drill. Mead, 1'.; 2 da, Philip! A V.; 1 pa. Stone, Miss S.; 1 pa, Waldorp, T. H.; 1 pn. Dickerhart, H. E. MISSOULA, Mont. —1 plow point, Bennett Bros. Miles City, Mont. — 1 bdl. Burk, Jno.; 1 bx, Culloiii, G.; 1 pa, Hickes. IL; 1 val, Jones, A. E.; 1 pa, Keenan, W. T.; 1 Ml, Loring, H.; 1 Ml, Ross, Win.; 1 val. Stair, T.; 1 bx. Surage W. E.; 1 val, Vondevil, L.; 1 violin, Walters, G.; 1 pa, Densman, S. T. Mingusvili.e, Mont.—1 sk, French, C.; lpa, Rutherford, T. T. Mandan, D. T.—1 Ml, Eudes, F. IL; 1 pa, Tut tle, R. M.; 1 ak. Stock, J. Mountpelier, D. T.—1 pa, Pratt. H. A. Minnewauken, I). T—I roll, t'ubbion, .1. M.; 1 fiddle, Bonney, M.; 1 bx. Rolpb.H.; 1 rack,Ware Bros.; 1 sk, Aldrich, H. H. Motley, Minn.— 1 hammer, Dickson, ,T. Moorhead, Minn. —1 chair, Anser, Mrs.; 1 pa. Rose, H. B.; 1 pa, Bell, G. E.; 1 bx, Bolen, Mrs. J.; 1 pa, Bjorkuist, P. J.; 1 pa. Davis, J. E.; lval, Griffin, E.; 1 pa, Ilawkinson, P. W.; 1 tk, John son, L.; 1 pa, Johnson, I.; 1 pa, Knight, T. H.; 1 cast, M. Foundry; 1 bag, Meloy, J.; 1 pa, Moss ness, O.; 1 pa. Decamp, H.; 1 pa, Neeley, II. D.; 1 pa. Onstead, G. H.; 1 pa, Swan, Geo.; 1 pa. Sliarpe, J. H.; 1 bbl, Saxieon, J. B. Minneapolis, Minn.— 1 pa, Amedan, F. D.; 1 Ml chain, Aldertin, H. A.; 1 pa. Anderson. C.; 1 sewing mch, Bueklin, C. G.; 1 pa. Bell, A. W.; 1 tk, Curtis, E. A.; 1 sk, Crouin, J.; 1 sk, 1 val, Clarke, W.; 1 bx, Church A G.; 1 bdl, Conley, R.; 1 pa, Davis, W. N.; 1 val, Erickson, J.; 1 bx, Hegener, R. H.; 1 bx, Jentech, H.; 1 bdl, Kildee, J.; 1 val, Kissell, Mrs.; 1 sk, Kelley, T. H.; 1 tk, 1 bx. Moore, Capt. G. D.; 1 pa, Moth, J. H.; 1 val, Olesin, L.; 1 val, Pynn, J.; 1 sk, Paulson, H.; 1 grip, Russell, R.; 1 pa, Sport, I.; 1 pa, Swenska, Folka; 1 pa, Smart, Mias; 1 sk. Specht, G.; 1 pa, Winson, H. P.; 1 pa, Williamson, E. H.; 1 val, Yack,H. Marshal Junct., W. T.— 1 pa, Ralph, J. K.; 1 Ml, Stuart, D. Medoba, 1). T.— 1 bx, Stevenson, J. H.; 1 bag, Hogan, J. ___ Milnor. D. T.— 1 pa, Call, F. A.; 1 pa. Fir, T. H. ; 1 pa, McKenzie. J. D.; 1 val, Partman, C. A. Mapleton, D. T.— 1 val, Ketclier, 8.; 1 bag, Meindle, A.; 1 pa, Murphey, J. C. Morris, Minn. — 1 pa, Johnson, T.; 1 pa, Nan daily, T.; 1 pa, Wesiltng, W. J. Moscow, Idaho.— 1 pa, Anderson, C. R.; 1 pa, Craig, T. J. New Rockford, D. T.— 1 tk, Carity, J. Napaoine, W. T.—1 pa. Smith, J. Nor. Pac. Junction, Minn.— 1 hat, Oppengood, O.; 1 val, Henry, E. F. New Salem, I). T.— 1 Ml east, Nobl Bros. New York Mills. Minn.— 1 pa, Anderson, T. S.; 1 pa, Comsby, C E. Oriska, D. T.— 1 wood, Wings, G. M.; 1 cast Clark, C. E. Olympa, W. T.— 1 pa, Crosby, F. S.; 1 pa, John son, A. Palouse Junct., W. T.— 1 bag. Stacey. W. Puyallup, W. T.— 1 bx. Sharp, H. N.; 3 Mis, Chiu, Ying; 1 tk. Larne, W.; 1 val. Crouch. J. B. Philipsburg, Mont —l tall, Sasse. !.. Park City, Mont. —1 cast, Abshire, H.; 1 p bx. Steers, 9. Portland, Or.— 1 pa, Anderson A Co.; 1 bx, Alsky, B. A Co.; 1 pa, Armback. B.; 1 bx, Broom, M.; 1 Ml, Baien, P.; 1 pa, Beeby, W. S.; 1 bdl, Birt, J. H.; 1M1, Banks, W. C.; 1 gun, Crozier.M. lpa. Cole, S.; 1 sk. Carroll, F. H.; 1 pa, Chri stoper, S. W.; lia, Durkee A B.; 2 bx. Drew, G. W.; 1 pa. Oregonian; 1 pa, Ellwood, E.; 1 Ml, Eagan. W.: 1 pa, Fisk. J. H.; 1 p bx, Felghain.R; 1 bx, Fleekinstein A M.; 1 wood. Frank Bros.; 1 val, Gibbs, Jno.; 1 pa, Griffiths, A. D.; 1 pn. Goodyear, R. E.: 1 tk. Green, Clias.; 1 pa, Howe, J. P.; 1 bx. H. W. W.; 1 pa, Hall, 0 . N.; 1 Ml, Hansen. P.; 1 pa, Hawkins. E.; 1 umbrella, Jones, E. J.; 1 Ml, Kwong. Tai; 1 bdl, Kerney, J.; 1 pa. Leidorn, M.; 1 bdl, Montone, D.; 1 val, Ma' colmson, T.; 1 pc coral. Metier. J. FI.; 1 val, Mathews. G.; 1 Ml. McLellan, F\; 1 val. Miles, C. F.; 2 racks. 1 sk, Martin, E. J., 1 Ml, Nolan, J. M.; 1 Ml, Redmon, J.; 1 bx. Rogers. W. A.; 1 pa, Riggs, F. M.; 1 pa, Swearing. H.; 1 bag. Shells, C.; 1 pa. Straiten, J.; 1 pa, Steven, G.; 1 bx. Sun; 1 bdl, Thomas, J. E.: 1 pa. Terry, G. W.; 1 bill, Williams, R.; 1 sk. Wood, T. F'.; 1 pa. Williams, E. E.; 1 pa, Warren, H.; 1 tk, Walton, R. L.; I Ml, Williams, Jno.; 2 chest, 1 bdl, Wheeler, W. H.: 1 pa. Woodword, C. A Co.; 1 pa. Gerund, P. Perham. Minn. —1 Ml, Wagner Bros.; 1 bdl, Maddock, T.; 1 cast, Ludker. A. E. Port Townsend, W. T.— 1 bx. Dear, B. F'.; 1 bx, Sunde, T. A.; 1 tk, Tibbals, H. L. Peadleton, Or.— 1 pa, Best, T. H., 1 pa. Levy, A.; 1 pa, Merriam, G. H. Pullman. W. T.—1 pa, Wilcox, C. B. Pasco, w. T.—1 pa. Bennett, N.; 1 bdl. Man ning. M.: 1 pa. Philips, B.; 1 bx, Poole, G. W.; 1 bdl, Patterson, Geo., 1 pr book, Tymes. Geo.; 1 pa. Welten, O. Ravalli. Mont.— 1 tk. Hausen, H. Rathduum, Idaho —1 pa, Tedford A B.; lpa, Turner, W. J. Royalton, Minn.— 1 board. Dunsmere, Win.; 1 pa. Brown, C. C.; 1 pa, McDonald, J. M.; 1 pa, Dexter, J. H. Rices. Minn —3 pa, Holden, C. H. Riparia. W. T.— 1 Ml, Moody, B. P. South Prairie, W. T.— 1 pa, Taylor, H. E.; 1 bale, Hale, T.; 1 val, Hoddar, J.; 1 pa, Erickson, E. . , Seattle.W. T.—1 pa. Blanchard, E. J.; 1 bicycle Bass, H.; 1 bx, Fostrom, O. P.; 1 bx, Douglass.A. J.; 1 pa, Harris, A. C.; 1 pa. Hart, G. W.; 1 pa, Higgins, G. T.; 1 val, Keller, J. E.; 1 crate, Keenan, J.: 1 val, Morris, L.; 3 pa, Martin. Dr.E.; 1 pa. Mintee. A. E.; 1 bx, McLaughlin, D. J.; I bdl. Post, Jno. Sprague, W. T.— 1 Ml. Allison. H. B.; 1 bx, Barns. W.; 1 bx, Brown, J.; 1 pa, Eckstrom, H.; 1 pa, Langnour. H.; 1 bx, Milton, A.; 1 val, Ross ner, R.; 1 Ml. Snodgrass, J. R.; 1 pa, Simonson, 1 Ml. Stuart, J.; 1 pa, Washburn, S.; 1 Ml, Wal ker, D. Spokane Falls. W. T.—1 pa, Albon, E. J.; 1 chair, Alston, D.; 1 pa, Arthur, A.; 1 pa, Adams, W. H.; 2 bx, Adams, J. M.; 1 bdl, Butler. J.; 1 table, Chandler, A. G.; 1 pa. Cannon, J. Q.; 1 bx. Clinton, J. B.; 1 Ml, Donohue, D.; 1 bJl, Dilman R. A.; 1 bx, Grangran, L.; 1 pa, Hill, G. F.; 1 pa, Knapp A L.; 1 pa, Lotze, E.; 1 rack, Long, P. J.; NOW IS Tl THE! To outfit yourself with a Nobljy Spring Suit, Handsome Cravat, or a Stylish Hat, and the place to go to is" OIE PE1CE CHOTHIEBS, BATTERS, FURNISHERS ! Our stock is now complete with the latest nov elties in Clothing, for Men, Youths, and Children. You will find it to your advantage to inspect our styles and prices before buying elsewhere. J. E. LANDSMAN & CO., Opposite Orand Central EEotel. 1 bale, Monahan, A. H.; 1 pa, McCrearg, W. B.; 1 bx, McCartey, Mrs. F. J.; 1 bag, Norman, Chas. 1 bx, Newport A H.; 1 bal, Oglevy, R.; 1 bx, Pease, Mrs.; 1 bale, F*ieup, W.; 1 pa, Sandford, Doc.; 1 bale, Tandon, M. W.; 1 pa, Stenger, M.; 1 Ml. Ucker, F.; 1 tk, 1 saw, Wandran, G.; 1 tk. Wood, A.; 1 pa, Warren, Jno. San Francisco, Cal. —4 chums, Czameeke, K. B. ; 1 sack, Green, A. K.; i pa, S. F. S. A K. Works; 1 pa, Jones, E.; 1 pa, Lohman, J.; 1 tk, Murtagh, J.: 1 pa, Speer, H. J.; 1 pa, Spinney, Dr.; 1 pair horns, 1 keg Sawyer, C. H.: 1 bx, Viele, A. J.; 1 ease, Pearson, E. C.; 1 pa, Moore, W. D. Steele, D. T.—>1 cast, Hareonot, J.; Sand Point, Idaho.— 1 bdl, Sumners, J.; 1 bx, Dale. L. R. Svkeston, D. T.— 1 Bx, Mathews. T. Stealing, D. T.—1 pa. Sterling Hotel. Sheldon, D. T.— 1 bx, Stair, E. Sauk Centre, Minn.— 1 bdl, Sullivan, D. Sauk Rapids. Minn. —1 bx, Berg Bros.; 1 sk, Kennedy H,; 1 bx, Moody, J. H. Superior, Wis. —1 chest, Heuing J.; 1 pa, Jones, L. F.; 1 bx, Murphy, J. J. St. Cloud. Minn. —1 pa, Dump, Mrs.: 1 val, McArthur, H. H.; 1 pa, Nordstern.; 1 cast, Ros enberger Bros.; 1 sack. Wild, J.; 1 pa. Young, L. St. Paul, Minn.— 1 pa, Burns. M.; 1 roll, Bon ner A M.; 1 Ml, Benjamin, N.; 1 swet, Biship, M. 1 bx. Banting, R.; 1 val, Blakiey, J.: 1 val. Bin gal, A. W.; 1 pa, Beaher, P.; 2 pa: Benjnmon, N.; 1 pa. Brewer, W. N.; 1 pa, Buck, F. G.; 1 pa. Butts. C.; 1 pa, Cooke, II.; 1 pa, C a-in. J. i»I., 2 pa, Chancy, J. C.; 1 chest, Casey, A.; 1 pa, Con way, J.; 1 pa, Carlson. F.; 1 pa, Cum ngs, W. W. 1 pa, F'eebus, H. H.; 1 sewing mach. Galvin, I)., lpa, Gilbert, P. M.; 1 chest, Gargin, T.; 1 bx; Griffin, E. W.: 1 val, Hornuth, E.! 1 val, Harvey, J.; 1 val, Halstein, W.; 1 Ml, Hopt, A.; lpa, Heibler, J.; 1 val, Johnson, C. F\; 1 bale. KeKen za, J.; 1 pa, Maby, B. J.; 1 val, McAndrews, T. J.; 1 trunk, Marks, M. J.; 1 val. Nelson, G.; 1 sign, Noonan, W.; 1 val. Owens, T. H.; 1 rack, Pavian, L.; 1 pa, Pleekcn A W.; 1 val, Roice, J. C. ; 1 p bx, Reushan, J.; 1 wagon, Regan, U.; 1 cast, Rhodes A M.; 2 guns, Strong, H. Co.; 1 pa, Smith, E. V.; 1 pa, Sargent, G. G.; 1 Ml rods, St. , P. W. A C. Co.; 1 pH, Scandia, M. A Co.: 1 val. ; Simple. F\; 1 pa. Tillinglmrt, A.; 1 bale, Warring T.: 1 pH, Walker, E.; 1 bag, Will s, J. S.; 1 pa, Wing, G. M. Tacoma, W. T.— 1 pa, Agnew, A. G.: 1 bale, Anderson, O.; 1 Ml, Brown, E.; 1 pa, Baker, S. W.; 1 pa, 1 wheel, Bearley, A.; 1 val, Cross, J. H. 1 pa. Clarke, W. H.; 1 coat hook, Clark,Tim,; 1 tk.Cole.W.: 1 roll, Davie, T. A.; 1 bag dunil; 1 sk Edwards, \\\; 2 pa, F'isher, G. A.; 2 pa, F'ife, W. H. 1 bdl, Hop, Lee; 1 pa, Jaguise, J. E.; 1 bale, Levison, A.; 1 bx. Sloore A S.; 1 bag, McFarland, M. ; 1 Ml, Mace, J. IL; 1 basket. Mat Man Chin; 1 bag, Milton, A.; 1 pa, McDade, W.; 1 bale. My ette, J.; 1 |a, Merriam, W. A.: ! pa. Majors, C. J.; 1 bale, Nep, L.; 1 pa, Powell. Mr.: 1 sack. Paddock, L. A.; 1 bx, Right, J. W.: 1 pa. Ries. G. N. ; 1 pa, Rudisel, J.; 1 pa, Storwalt A L.. 1 bale. Smith, T.; 1 pa, Stout, J. M.; 1 sack, Stromsell, J. A.; 1 bale, Vernon. J. A.: 4 , a. Wilt, J. H.; 1 pa, Young, C. D.; 1 sack, Tacom ., M.; M. Co.; 3 pa, Whippie, A. J.; 1 pa, Hill, li.: i val,Hanafer, S. Tentno, W. T.— 1 bx, Wolf, J. E; 1 pa, Reg less, W. The Dalles, Or.— 1 bx, Blan.hard, F.: 1 tk, Corey, W.; lpa, Cameron, J. <■.; 1 pa, Clieno with.M.: 1 pa, French, (J.; 1 pa. Golden, J.; 1 tk, Lavell, F.; 1 bale, McDonald, F.; 2 pa, Mays, R.; 1 val, i sack, 1 pa, Manche, F ; 1 val, Olson, J.; 1 bx, Russell, L.; 2 pc wood, Wallston, II.; 1 pair single trees, Yocum, B. Thompson Falls, Mont. —I bx, Davidson, J. R.; 1 val, Green, N. E.; 1 Ml, Haven, R.: 1 bx, Jameson, J. W.; 1 Ml, Lewis, W.; 1 val. Man giver, M. V.; 1 pa, MoKain, J. IL; 1 pa, Payne, Geo.; 2 Ml, Williams, H. Townsend, Mont.— 1 bx, Barrett, W.; 1 gun, Bump, G.; 1 bx, Cameron, W. D.; 1 sack cast, Lynch, J.; 1 cast, McCormac A Co.: 1 tk, Lewis T Tower City, D. T.—1 cast, Hawksworth, D. 2 cast, Thomas, J. Valley City, D. T.— 1 pa, McDonald, A.: 1 pa, Yuel, Alice; 1 pa. Brown, S.: 1 bdl, Drotzen, A. J.; 1 pa, Ddvidson, E. L.; 1 pa, George, Mrs. A; 1 pa, Little, J. H.; 1 pa, Murray, C. F.; 1 pa, Rib ordy, L. I).; 1 pa, Richardson, C.; 1 sack, Senate, A.: 1 pa, Thomas, C. F.; 1 bx, Vallandigham, F. Verndale, Minn,— 1 bx, Wilson. O. Wallace, Mont. —lbx, Pry et-, F'. WlCKES, Mont. —1 pa, Laren, D.; 1 saek, Laf arran, C. Wallula, Junct., W. T.— 1 bdl, Long, R.; 1 Ml, King, G. H.; 1 bdl, Hogan, Ed.; 1 sack, Bristol, J.; 1 bdl. Newmeyer,L. Windsor, D. T.—1 saek, Chapman, Chas. Wheatland, D. T.— 1 bag Hosig, A. J. Wahpeton, D. T.—1 pa. Nelson, E. Wadena, Minn.— 1 val, Stewart, O. H.; 1 pa, Uuion House. CHAS. SLOAN, Agent, Helena, Mont. H. H. BROWNING, Gen'l Supt. M. G. HALL, Supt., Portland, Ore. Boulanger'* Banquet. Paris, April 27. —Gen. Boulanger gave his political banquet at Cafe Riche this evening There was a crowd of about one thousand persons outride the cafe at 6 p. m. Gen. Boulanger and Count Dillon arrived at 7 o'clock. The crowd swelled to an enormous size, entirely stopping traf fic, and there were frequent "vive Boulan ger" and "a bas Ferry." At 11 o'clock there were about 4,000 persons outside the cafe. Gen. Boulanger in responding to M. Naqnet's toast to the former's health, wished to utter a most emphatic protest against the charge that he aspired to the dictatorship. Moreover, if the question were raised in the Chamber of Deputies he would vote to abolish the presidency. The Boulanger demonstration at Nancy was renewed to night. The people refused to disperse, and were charged upon by mounted gen d' arms. Finally the atten tion of the crowd was diverted by a large fire, and they moved off with shouts of "vive Boulanger." Boulanger's Denial. Paris, April 30.— Gen. Boulanger has written a letter protesting against the war like idea that hdb been attributed to him. He wishes now to declare distinctly before France and Europe that democratic France is maligned by beiog credited with thoughts of aggression, to which he has ever been and still remains absolutely op posed. Radical defeats in three provincial elec tions is considered as indicative of a re action in the Boulanger movement. In Paris the Boulanger movement is cooliüg. President Carnot left Bordeaux to-day. A crowd awaited him at the depot and greeted him enthusiastically. Died. New York, April 27. —Jane Templeton Mills died at the residence of her husband, D. O. Mills, last evening. Philadelphia, April 29.—Charles G. Ferguson, the well known pitcher of the Philadelphia base ball club, died this even ing of typhoid fever. Waterbury, Conn., April 30. —Allen B. Wilson, perfector and part inventor of the sewing machine, died yesterday at Woodmont. YOU CAN WHATEVER YOU BUY! SAVE IT IS ALL THE SAME. GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GUNS, JEWELRY, OR ANYTHING YOU EAT, WEAR OR USE. We can furnish your home complete. We can dress you from top to toe. and furnish Groceries at a bo u tone - ta a If w h at you are now paying. No charge for packing or drayage. fceml us your address and we will send you our Illustrated Catalogue FREE. H. R. EAGLE A CO., 68 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ills. S. C. Ashby Co. Dealers in WAGONS, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ETC. We respectfully call your attention to the following list of Standard Goods : nitrliell Farm anti Nprlng^Wngons: Mmlebitker Bros.' Fine CarrlHitefi, finir* tries» and Burk boards: Frazier Bead Carls: Deerinir Binder, and Mower.« Pennsylvania l awn Mowers: J. H. Thomas A Non.' Sulky Hay Rakes; Fnrst Ä Bradley Anikey and Gang: Flews Cultivators and Harrows: Standard Disk Harrows: Planet, jr. Garden Drills. Cultivators and Horse Hoes : Grass Need Nowers; Vietor Feed Mills : Horse rovers anil Grinding Mills: Hand-Rakes, Forks, Nbovels, Spades. Mattocks anil Hoes: Porcelain Fined Pnni|»s and Tnb. Intr; t'liieatro Tonirne Scrapers: Columbia M heel and Drag Scrapers : Railroad Grading Plows: HarbWire: Bailing Wire: Binding- Twine: Heavy and Light Team Harness: Single alid Double Rnggy Harness: Dorse Blankets, Whips Lap Robes: Tents and Awnings Rnggy, « arriage and W agon Covers : Etc., Etc. Togiher with a fnll line of Extras and Repairs for Wagons. Carriages, ling« gies, Hinders and all Machiney. Orders by Mail receive prompt attention. North Main Street, Helena, Montana. SANDS BROS. New Arrival of WALL PAPER, CARPETS, HOUSE F URNISHIN G GOODS. We carry the largest line of the above stock in Mon tana. Orders receive prompt attention. SANDS BROS. Spencer & Nye. Manufacturers and Dealers in HARNESS AND SADDLES. HELENA, - - - - .... MONTANA Send for* Illuatr.ted ' Catalogue. ESTABLISHED 1866. GANS & KLEIN, Tlio XioadLing CLOTHING HOUSE of Montana. 0 Country Orders Solicited. Corner Main Street and Broadway. Established 1864. A. G. CLABKE. THOMAS CONRAD. J. C. CURTIN. CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN Importers of and Jobbers and Retail Dealers in Heavy Shelf andIBuilding HARDWARE . SOLE AGENTS FOR THE Celebrated "Superior" and Famous Acorn COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, AND W. G. Fisïer's Cincinnati Wrongbt Iren Ranges far Hotels and Family Use, -- o-- Iron, Steel, Horse and Mule Shoes, Nails, Mill Supplies, Hoes, Belt ing, Force and Lift Pumps, Cutlery, House Furnishing Goods, 0 entennial Refrigerators, lee Chests, Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers Etc., Etc. Vlsitors to the City arej respectfully invited to call and Examine onr Goods and prices before purchasing. f ALL ORDRES RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION AND SHIPMENT.! CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN, 32 andi34 Main Street, - Helena, M. T. ATTENTION! Purchasers of CARPETS, WALL PAPER,and HOUSE FURN ISHINC GOODS, Will Save Money by awaiting the arrival of A. P. t l: BUS 'S NEW STOCK. Nothing like it ever before shipped to tkia market. PIANOS. ORGANS.