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ilium VOL. VI. DILLON, BEAVERHEAD COUNTV. M. T., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1886. --AMERICA!« NEWS NOTES. ,p he strike of the clothing cutters in A*»- York continue*. The Democratic Territorial Convention of id*ho has nominated Hailey for Con .re«» S S. Cox, United States Minister to Turkey is com' 11 « home on a furlough, owing to »'I health The New York iiivuiug Fast hitherto a <(ron g gold paper, thinks that England mutt remonetize silver. Maurice Connell, one of the survivors of the Greely expedition has reenlisted in the Signal corps of the army. The socialistic labor party of New York nominated Henry George for mayor, an d pledged him 15,000 votes. The Secretary of the Treasury issued Wednesday a bond call for $15,000,000 of the three per cent Joan of 1SS3. The Comptroller of the Currency lias authorized the l'ruit National Bank of pooglas*. Wyoming, to begin business. The N. Y. World says that Victoria Morosinini Schilling is at her father's house, a reconciliation having taken place. The New Hampshire republican con vention advocate the submission to the pple of constitutional prohibitory amend ment*. Lsst week the Treasury paid out $700, wo more gold than it look in and $900,000 more silver, while gaining only $300,000 In legsl tenders. Another Irish society is forming in New York city for the purpose of concerting more energetic measures than the Nation al League is carrying out. The tight of the New York clothing cut ters i* no nearer settlement. It is expect ed that a general strike will lx: ordered, not *nly including tbe clothing cutters, but the tailors and other employes of manufac turers The socialists of New York are prepar ing to give a big reception to Dr. Edward Ming, their socialistic leader in Eng land, and Williams Liebnecht, the Ger man socialist and member of the German Parliament. Returns from over three fourths of the second Congressional District, Maine, give Dir.gley, (republican) a majority of about 3,000. In the first district Reed (republi can) has a plurality of 1,350 over Clifford (democratic). Last Saturday near Sculley ville, Choc taw Nation, Lewis Burrows a half-breed, getting into a quarrel with W111. Morgan, a white man, about seventy cents, struck him with a sharp axe on the left shoulder with *uch force as to split his heart in twain. The fourth annual contest of the Na tional Rifle Asssoclation of America opened at Creedmoor Monday. The Wimbledon cup was carried oft' by J. W. Todd who made 115 points out of a possi ble 150 at i ,odd yards. The cup now lie long* to Todd as this is the third time lie luswoni * A Tuesday's dispatcli from St. Louis says that Arthur Arthbusthust alias A 1 Pittman, alias Charles Walker, alias Par ent recently arrested at Covington, Tenn., las confessed to the sheriff of the county of having murdered the late Mayor Bow man of East St. Louis last November. He made the confession because of a guilty conscience. A Denver Colorado dispatch says : Two bandred and fifty Odd Fellows, accompan -1 ltd by their families, left here Thursday for Boston to attend the annual conclave "ttt week. The delegation filled two (pecial trains and went direct to Chicago, '•rhere they will be joined by seven thous eiddelegates from the Northwest. Rep 'tentatives from the West will endeavor 10 have the next conclave meet at Denver. Sew York dispatch of the 14th hist. : N't master plumbers think the trouble w ' , h their men will lie settled before the tnd of the week. Thev say it is only a 'lutstion now of how long their reserve f "nd \vil| hold out, and are of the opinion l 1 »» this will soon be exhausted. The journeymen allege! theh fund is far from hting exhaused, as yet, and that the bosses altogether too sanguine as to the prob •folity of an early surrender. The bosses , e called a public meeting for Thursday "'Skt to consider the situation. ^•e New York Financial Chronicle,] * kh has not been regarded as a friend to M v *<\ now says that since the silver de Utilization has become so complete, tv * r y one sees that the white metal su fiers * ,m Ply because it has been discarded as 'Wrettcy, not in the same form by all Eu Maf**** nat * ons a * by Germany, but sub (v *0. No one » coining It, and r >d of •° ne ** sce ^ n B some method to get | jj an j. -pi,j s year's budget call* for $io, ! 000 , 000 . 3. London. Sept. 14.—Clause one of Par* ParneU's land bill enacts that the land court shall be empowered to make tempo rary abatements of" rents when it shall deem such action just and expedient, in cases of holdings governed by the act of tSSi : Provided half the rents due or half the antecedent arrears, shall have treen paid, and it shall have been proved to the j satisfaction of the court that the tenant is unable to pay the balance without losing j his holding or depriving himself of the j means to cultivate and stock the holding The Irish loyal and patriotic union has j i S8Ue( j a pamphlet on the Irish question for the use of mein lier* of the House of Commons, and the press. - The status of the Irish tenant farmer," says the pamph let, "has, within the past sixteen years, un dergone marked ameliorations, owing to various remedial statutes. There lias cer tainlv been a fall in prices, but every tiling ,....... v ------— ,. j considered, nothing is exception* . j Irish agriculture. llte irislt tn.ioy gre , advantages of tenure . ian 0 ier With improved methods, there » t look to the future with conta ence j \\ p. O'Connor cables from London, to j it ie New York Shir on the 14th in»t. j Events in the East ot Europe are threaten j j n g. The situation changes nom 0 j j a v as new circumstances arise. er day the anti-Turkish1 party in -h *- * j and outside appeare to ^ kiiiiil ,-, lt * their own way The cabinet have felt the pulse, and tonight appearances point in the opposite direction. Statements In die lobby at a late hour indicate that Sali* a triple alliance between England. An tria and Turkey against Russia, lea »rg Germany and France to take caie 0 selves Clause three empowers the suspension; vie tons, in the payment of half the 1 < rent into court until the case is decided. ! ftt * pT Vic,,ort ' Rector of tiie Real Schule j Catholic * T heologica! "p^^ssw^t'lkmne 5 1 1 are dead. »me, 1 The ii è hr r | Nulla» 1 »V«» •'»"/aa»'w states that the i bv the /T, * l > , e cvacu * tion of Egypt j • ' antl ,l,at Russin supports j the Turkish demand. Cholera is gaining ground in Austria. In a village of 900 inhabitants near Agram 90 have been stricken down >8 of whom died almost immediately. lhe British Cabinet met last Saturday afternoon and sat an hour and a half. The subjects under consideration were the Bul garian question and Parnell's land bill. The Republique Française, Paris, pub lishes a London telegram ■ which states that England will in ail probability pro claim Egypt possession of Great Britain. The Porte lias informed the Bulgarian government that Turkey accepts Alexan der's abdication, and promises not to occu py Bulgaria so long as the country is quiet and law and order are preserved there in. Dr bus, Sept. 14.—Lord Annesley has issued one hundred ejectment notices against tenants on his estates in County Downs. The tentants are suffering for money owing to the lateness of their bar vest. Clause two extends the provisions of clause one. to holders of unevptrrd leases, and to lease-holders whose leases have ex pired since the act of 1SS1, and have lieen renewed on the basis of yearly tenancy under the old condition of lease. The people of Denmark are rebelling against the Government. A preliminary battle has taken place at Broendertleven in north Jutland, between 2,000 peasant armed with sticks and stones and about sixty "t n »/' armes , in whicli the latter were put to flight. The Government are con centrating the troops at strategic points to crush any further uprising. Galway, 'Ireland, Sept. 14—Father Fa liv, a Catholic priest, yesterday sentenced to six months' imprisonment on the* charge of having made a threat against the owner of an estate from which one ot the priest's parishioners at Woodtord had been evicted, was today removed from Woodford to Gal way jail. The people are greatly excited over the priest's imprisonment. Sofia, Sept. 14. — The Sobranje has elect ed Givkaff, president. It lias also appoint ed committees to draft a reply to the ad dress of the Government; to devise and submit measures relative to the state of siege which the country is in, and for the settlement of Prince Alexander's property in the country. The State will purchase ail his property for $400,000, retaining $200,000 of this sunt to liquidate the Prince's indebtedness to the National THK KKI-IBI.K'AN territorial CONVENTION. 3. p. m. In the atternoon session tile re ports of committees were received and adopted. Capt. Mills was made perma nent Picsident. The following names were placed before 'die Convention for Del egate to Congress: Hon. B. F. White, Col. W. F. Sanders, Andrew F. Burleigh, Col. T. C. Power: An informal ballot was taken but 110 result reached, lion. B. F. White withdrew Ids name. Fifteen ballots ! were then taken and on the 15th Sanders received 47 votes and was therefore nom inated. The announcement wa* received with prolonged cheering, ami calls for San ders. The nominee delivered a brilliant speech only a part of which space permits us to quote. Tint nominee's speech. Mr. President, Fellow Republicans, Gentleman : I confess that this is an occa sion of great embarrassment. 1 have no speech prepared appropriate to deliver in accepting at your hands the nomination which you have conferred. The governor of this Territory, in my town, has a news paper which has been violently gesticu lating and tearing its hair in its deep solici tude for the welfare of the republican party and the action that it should take this day. Not doubting its sincerity, I have read in its columns of the friends that have fallen away from me, of the infidelities of which I have been guilty, until I had made up my mind that it was fitting that a re publican who had slood before this people for twenty-three years should come over here and with whatsoever of will, of voice, ot cordiality, lie could command, should second the nomination which you should be pleased to make. I find now that my good intentions have been thwarted. It is more than twenty-two years ago that I first stood before a small gathering of republicans in Montana, and accepted from their hands the nomination as their candidate for delegate in congress. Since that time children have been horn, they have grown to manhood, and will be vot ers in this election. Erom all the busy mouths of mischief has come the accusa tion that all the evils which nature seems to have afflicted the earth are due to the reign of the republicans. There would be no more need for toil, if once the demo cratie party could be given the reins; cy clones would vanish from the eartli and earthquakes disturb the surface of the globe no more, if there could be a demo cratic president in the White House and a democratic governor in Montana. [Laughter]. The hour has conic. We have had eighteen months of it, and how do you like it? Not how do you republi cans like it, but how do you democrats like it? It has started in by betraying the very interests that are dear to you, your wives and children, your firesides and homes, your fortunes and everything that you pos sess. I Applause]. It is a well organized conspiracy, not against the industrial pros perity alone, but against social order as well. The wageworkers, whose brawny hands indeed have long been the support and strength anti sustenance of the republican party, but some of whom have been misled bv (Wilderers, to their own harm, are com ing to the forefront, and they are going to inquire how their interests can he sub served. Thank God, they have entered upon that quest! I have no apprehension hut that we shall not only hold them all with us, but those who have never been with us before will come like doves to the windows and say: "Let me in at this late day." I Laughter and applause]. After a conspiracy against the welfare of that metal whicli is one of the great pro ducts of Western Montana, so adroitly ma nipulated and so vigorously executed that the financial world stood appalled at its aberrations: after the production of that metal within the limits of Montana had been imperiled, and all the instrumentali ties essential for its treatment had been de nied, a democratic convention met in the Territory ot Montana ami endorsed the ad ministration of Grover Cleveland. ! They have done what they could to wipe out of the United States the ideas of thrift, of enterprise, of morality, that have made many communities grow, out of which have been born the great industries that crown the world as with a garden of roses. And when the president of the United States had defied a command of his own __ < ol ' Nominated on the Fifteenth «allot-Brilliant Speech of Acceptance. 1 JuTT" Rep " Wi " n Tcr,i * j turial Convention met at Renshaw Hall, j Butte City, Wednesday at 12 m. Capt. I James il. Mills was chosen temporary i chairman. After appointing the different committees the convention adjourned till party that the element of home rule should be accorded to these territories, that the men who rule over them should have some sympathy with their sacrifices and their toils and their expectations; and when the president had conspired against ! ! that the administration of Grover Cleve land was entitled to endorsement. Let us go into this campaign like men talking to men. From the honest indigna tion against an administration like this, we can certainly have by our side on this glor ious occasion a goodly 11 uni lier of demo crats also. They are all welcome. (Cheers and prolonged applause]. TOW ER DESTROYED l»Y DYNAMITE. Dastardly Attrmirt to Wreck Trains on Ilia Lake Shore Roa«l. j «"dutlry that could make Montana j j profitable to live in, the democratic party J I of Montana instead of standing up like i men, got down on their bellies and resolved CiiK'Aoo. Sept. 11.—A few inimités re fore 12 o'clock last night James Galvin, night operator, while sitting in the signal tower of the Lake Shore Company at the intersection of the main and stock vatds tracks was blinded by an explosion. The tower is thirty feet high. Calvin had no ticed nothing unusual when lie was sud denly startled by seeing a column of smoke arise at one side ot the structure, followed by a deafening explosion. A twenty-inch piece of gas pipe was found, showing it was dynamite which caused the explosion. Of the one hundred batteries in building, thir ty-four were broken along witli tiie pneu matic tubes, which will cost one thousand dollars to repair. What makes the attempt more dastardly is the fact that the out bonud passenger train was due a few min utes after the explosion occurred. Tiie theory of the police is, that tiie wreckers hoped to blow up the tower and when the passenger train came along to throw the switch, and thus they would have plunged into a mass of freight cars lining the track. Another attempt to wreck a train took place last night about eight o'clock, when the Lake Shore road was receiving from the Illinois Central a train of twenty-eight cars. Tiie switch was turned and fifteen cars derailed. Several arrests have been made hut nothing definite has been learned from the men arrested. STEAUMi AS ISLAND. .(•ill■■ Hull exIenilliiKFiiKlainrH INtssvssion*. Constantinople, Sept. 15.—The Brit ish are establishing a coaling station at Tliaso op the northeast shore ot the island ofThaso. Tiie island is in the Aegean sea oft' tiie south coast of Koutnclia, and belongs in a great part to tiie Khedive. The Island has, however, for some time enjoyed certain automatic privileges. Be sides establishing a coaling station at the village of Tliaso, the British are giving other indications of an intention to govern the whole island. It is said tiiat the Turk ish minister for foreign allairs lias tele graphed instructions to the 'Turkish am bassador to England, to ask lddcrslcigli, the British foreign minister, whether or not it is true that England is chartering steamers and making other provisions against contingencies, and if so, what are England's reasons lor this activity if it is in the direction of whicli Turkey has interest? Til«* Silver Durst ion. The World editorial say*: it must lie seen that the price of silver is having the effect of promoting or restoring its value. Close tiie door here, for the time 1 wing, and all the civilized nations will meet on some thing like a common ground, and will, alike, feel the advisability of action. Eng land especially, with lier principal depen dency, India, saturated with silver, cannot afford to let that metal go by the board any more than we can. France also lias an immense amount of silver to care for. It is to the distinct advantageof the friends of silver in the United States to suspend the coinage ot silver at the first opportuni ty, in order to bring about its renewed use as money, tints creating a demand which increases values. Active, Fiisliluatantl Reliable. N. M. White, City Drug Store, can al ways be relied upon to carry in stock the purest and best goods, and sustain the rep utation of being active, pushing and relia ble, by recommending articles with well estabished merit anti such as are popular. Having the agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery lor consumption, colds and coughs, will sell it on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection of throat, lung» or cheat, and in order to prove our claim, we ask you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. MONTANA CONDENSED. The smelters at Cooke City, G ala tin county produced 225 tons of bullion last month. The laJies of Helena will give a big re ception to Minnie Hank, tiie ^madonna ntxt \f on day. The Granite Montana company's divi dends 'or tiie first eight months of this year are $720,01x1. Patrick Gibbons, a barber at Anaconda, committed suicide Tuesday by taking mor phine. lie had been on a long spree. Ben Calkins, of Butte, and Miss May Doty of Hornellsville, N, Y., were married week liofore last at the residence of tiie bride. Butte was visited Sunday by tiie Duch ess d' Luvnes and party, consisting of Duke d' Luynes, Mlle. Yolande d' Luvnes, Count de Luzennct and Mous. De Sanety. Peter Larson while fishing in the Mis souri river, below Gallatin city, about two weeks ago, was carried away by tiie cur rent and drowned. Tiie other day Ids body was found near Townsend. 'Two Piegan Indians made another raid on the horses belonging to a camp of Crows last week, on tiie Big Horn near Ute mouth of the Rotten Grass, and made away with nearly sixty of them. Two Butteites, Tuckerman and Hickey, had a lively tussel last Tuesday,Tuckerman banging away with a six-shooter at Hickey but missing him every time. The city marshal took both of them to iail. The case of Dan Lee, Jno. Van Ardy, Frank Keenan and Andrew Sorenson on trial for intimidating workmeu at Timber line, was taken under advisement, judg ment being witheld for tlte present. Helena Herald: General Cullen, of tlte Montana militia, expects to receive from Washington within a month the thousand stands of arms promised by tlte secretary of the Interior, lie says they are the reg ulation 45-calibrc Springfield rifle. AVtr North West : "Judge" Melvin, a whilom Anaconda attorney, erstwhile from Ute Yellowstone and formerly of Texas, has left for parts unknown. He left sever al reminders in Anaconda, Helena and Deer I.odgc in the way of unpaid dept* and dishonored checks. The Yellowstone democratic conven tion lias nominated tiie following ticket:— For Joint Councilman—Alfred Meyers; Sheriff—J. M. Harris; Treasurer—A. S. Douglass; Probate Judge—John Magitt nis; Assessor—Louis Sweet; Clerk and Recorder—Geo. M. I lavs; County Attor ney—Sam Wildy; Superintendent of Schools—Rev. Alfred Brown; County Commissioners—Robt. Lyons and Tho*. Hanlon; Coroner—J. 11 . Bloom. Tlte nomination of a representative was referred lo the action of the central committee. The Silver Bow Republicans have nom inated the following: Council Member—J. K. Rickards: House Members—William Thompson, L. F. Wy man, C, W. Hansom; Sheriff— John E. Lloyd; Treasurer — Harry C. Kessler: Clerk and Recorder—Edwin Edwards: Assessor— M. L. Holland; Comity Com missioners— W. E. Hall, Leopold K. Schmidt, Titos. M. Robbins: Probate Judge —The*. Penhall; County Attorney—Wil liam H. DeWitt; Superintendent of Public Instruction -Miss Mary R. Layton; Cor oner— Dr. II. A. Atnsden; Public Admin istrator—George Pascoe; County Survey or— («. A. Korn burg; Justice of tlte Peace —W. 1 . Lippcncott, James Diugovin; Con - stables—Witt. Morsltead. Gilbert Engel. The following is the Gallatin Comity Republican ticket: Councilman Sam. Holliday, Livingston; Lower House— Chas. Eaton, Cooke city : J110. Reese, Gal latin valley; Jno. Potter, Moreland: Sher iff—O. P. 'Templeton, Livingston; Clerk and Recorder -II. P. McNuugliton. Gard ner; 'Treasurer—George Bcrenglter, Boze man; Commissioners—Geo. H. Carver, Livingston; T. C. Burns, Big 'Timber; Daniel Maxev, Bozeman; Assessor— Ja*. Ennis, Springdale: Probate Judge— Citas. Carson, Timberline; Attorney - Frank Henry, Livingston; Superintendent of Schools—Josie Bell, Bozeman: Public Ad ministrator—George Budd. Bozeman ; Sur veyor—S. Deutsch. Bozeman; Delegate* to the Territorial Convention — F. D. Pease. G. M. Dallas, Geo. llaldorn, II. J. Hoppe, W. W. Alderson, Chas Berg, lohn Potter. F. W. Grant, Geo. Barnaby, P. F, Ilanlev. The virtues of St. Jacobs Oil, as pro claimed by millions of restored sufferers, should induce everyone to supply his household with this great specific, it con quers pain.