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Portland and the Northern Pacific .
Management. PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 1.--Information has been received here that other import ant changes among the officials of the Northern Pacific railroad company and the Oregon Railway & Navigation company besides the retirement of General Manager Haupt, are impending. It is understood that the management of the two corporo tions will be still further consolidated, and duplications of officials avoided as far as possible. The jurisdiction of Traffic Manager John Muir will be still further extended, and advices from New York state that Vice-President Oakes is hereaf ter to give attention to that practical opera tion of the various associated lines with his headquarters in the Northwest. Much satisfaction is experienced here over the failure of Wall street bears to secure an in junction against the Northern Pacific company to prevent their building the bridge across the Williamette here. The terminal improvements of the company in Portland are rapidly progressing, and the overland traffic of the Northern Pacific is already in excess of anticipation. Port land n:erclhants are as rapidly as possible sevet ing their costnt ction with San Fran cisco and settling up their accounts in that direction, preparatory to cutting loose en tirely from that roundabout route and dealing hereafter directly with the East over the Northern Pacific road. A Murderess. WICrrITA, Kan., November 1.--Nellie C. Bailey, the young woman charged with the murder of Clement Bothemly in In dian Territory on the 7th of October, was held to-day by United States Commission er Sherman for her appearance at the next term of the United States circuit court at Wichita. Nellie C. Bailey is 21 years old, a handsome brunette, well educated, and moved in the best society in New Yolk city and New Jersey. She met Bothemly, a rich Englishman and member of the British association at St. Louis, and ar ranged with him to go to Texas and start a sheep ranch. Before they started she got a deed for his lands in Kansas, valued at $30,000, and while passing through the Territory en route to Texas, shot Bothem ly through the head, took possession of his trunk, containing diamonds and jewelry worth $6,000, together with his outfitcon sisting of sheep and stock worth $10,000, buried the bodl' at Skeleton ranch and started south, but was arrested about nine miles from where the murder was com mitted. The case was worked up by Uni ted States Marshal IIollister and Assistant United States Attorney Chas. Haeton. Counterfeiters Captured. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 1.-United States Marshal R. S. Foster, with a posse of detectives, went to Pike county, this State, last night, in pursuit of a gang of counterfeiters, supposed to be located in that portion of the State. They succeeded in arresting nine of the gang this morning at Steinville, a small village in Pike coun ty, about twenty-three miles from Evans ville, after a desperate fight. Following are the parties captured: Three brothers named Columbus, Jesse and Joseph Han chens, Henry Gossman, Zinney Kinder, Wesley Worse, Phil Taylor, Bertie Smith ers and Andy Hart. They were all brought to this city to-night in charge of the mar shal and his deputies. During the fight Joe Hanchers was shot through the right lung, Jesse IIanchers in the hand, and Hart through his hat. The gang have been operating through the southern portion of this State with headquarters in the knobs in the vicinity of New Albany. The spuri ous coins manufactured are half dollars and dollars in silver, and two and a half and five dollar gold pieces. The business of manufacturing spurious coins has been contracted On a large scale, their opera tions extending into adjoining States. Cholera in China. BERLIN, Nov. 1.-Orders have been is sued for the most rigid sanitary precau tions to be taken at all German ports ow ing to alarming reports which have been received of the outbreak of cholera at Pe kin. The dread information comes through official chainels that the scourge is making rapid headway in the dense population of the Chinese city, and that the death rate is increasing daily. It is believed that only by the adoption of the strictest quarantine regulations can the disease be kept out of Europe, and the most watchful measures will be adopted to prevent infection. There is the grayest apprehension over the re ports from Pekin, especially as they fol low the news of the reappearance Of the! scourge at Alexandria. IT WILL CAUSE WAR. PARIs, Nov. 1.-It is reported that the Black Flags occupy Sontag and the Cht nese possess Bac Ninh. If, therefore, the French attack the latter place, war with China will be inevitable. PROBABLE RESULTS OF A WAR. LomNDo-, Nov. 1.-A Paris dispateh says the war between France and China would so seriously imperil the British interests that it is thought England would, in the eventof an outbreak of hostilities, inter vene. France will not provoke a rupture with China, but the negotiations will not be renewed until the French are firmly seated in Touquin. Macartney, secretary of the Chinese legislation, will start for London to-night. Excitezuent in LodaEdaerry. LonDONX) n Y, Nov. 1.--Oraagemen have seized the City Hall to preve-nthe lord mayor of Dublin from speaking on the franchise question, The lord mayor is expected to afrve at noon.; Upon the arrival of the lord mayor.be was drivn. to the hotel. Ills esoort: earred green baa ners and the bands In the proession. played Irish national airs. The lord myor rrived at the hotel s ly. auring the page of the prc a ta boy wersb*. e Serious `do Is ted... Th Orangemen ha* iano it JOHN T MURPHY B. G. MACLAY. Wr. W. HIomn. MURPHY, MACLAY & CO. Wholdsale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE GROCERIES! WIN ES, LIQUORS I CIGARS ! Glass and Queensware, Stoves, Tinware, Agricnltural ImDlemiuts, M.ACHIN ERY, &C. We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated SCHUTTLER WAGONS, Buckeye, Binders, Buckeye Mowers, Buckeye Table Rakes, Furst & Bradley's Sulky Plows, Sewing Machines, A. W. Coates & Co's. Lock Lever Hay Rakes, Scutt's 4-point Barbed Wire, and Schlitz Milwaukee Beer. We also carry in stock 4-pound Wool Sacks, Wool Twine, Ward & Payne and Kan garoo Sheep Shears, Little's Chemical Fluid, the great English Cold Dip, a perfect cure for scab and a complete eradicator of lice and ticks. Also Hill's pure Sulphured Leaf Tobacco and Hill's Tobacco Extract, the strongest and best Tobacco known on the market. "T"Ii' ~`EEOP. We manufacture everything in Tin and Sheet Iron, Sheep Tank Bottoms, &e. Highest Cash Prices paid for Robes, Furs, Skins ahd Peltries. Come and see us. We guarantee you honest goods at bottom prices. MURPHY,MACLAY & CO. alists from Donegal assembled at the rail way station this morning to meet the lord mayor, and will entertain him at dinner to-night. Policemen lined the streets through which he passed. Troops of lan cers arrived to preserve order. The seizure of the City Hall creates an intense excitement. Some Orangemen have sta tioned themselves upon the roof of the building and removed their regalia. Sev eral of them with the sponge rods of can non have gone inside the building, and declare themselves determined to hold the City Hall. THE PROCESSION FIRED UPON. This evening, while the procession es corting the lord mayor of Dublin to his hotel was passing City Hall, Orangemen fired upon it and threw slates from the windows and from the roof. A man was wounded and is dying, and his deposition is being taken. The nationalist proces sioh dispersed after the lord mayor entered the hotel, but an angry crowd afterward congregated around City Hall and stoned the windows. The police charged the mob and cleared the streets. The military was called out, and lanciers are parading the main street. Intense anxiety prevails in all circles. Orangemen later vacated City Hall and have withdrawn from the vicinity. The mayor of Londonderry has issued a proclamation appealing to the people to refrain from violence and re taliation. 11 P. M.-The city has resumed normal quietude. Mr. Dawson, lord mayor of Dublin, deivered a lecture this evening at the National Institute. The man and boy wounded this afternoon are in a precari ous condition. One Orangeman was ar rested charged with shooting them. A Duluth Man Married on the Sly. FREEPORT, Ill., Out.--Otis B. Thayer is a young artist of Duluth, Minn., who formerly lived here in Freeport, where he won the affections of Miss Lillian Frey, the only daughter of S. A. Frey. Young Thayer came here from Duluth a few days ago to visit old friends. Last evening he went and asked Mr. Frey for his daught er's hand in marriage, but was ordered to leave the Frey residence without having gained the old gentleman's consent. Miss Lillian didn't like to see her lover treated so and followed him. This morning early the young couple were married privately by Rev. T. F. Reeser without the bride's parents knowing just what was going on. This afternoon they took the train en route for Duluth. Mr. Frey heard of it too late and now feels very badly.. Pranuk Jmnes Free. KANsAs Crrx, Mo., Nov. 1.--Frank James, the notorious outlaw under arrest at Gallatin, was yesterday given the free dom of the town, and with his wife and child to-day walked about visiting stores at will. Mr. Coomber, a United, States juror, came to Kansas City to-day and laid the matter before United States Marshal McGee, to see if the government did4not have some hold upon the ex-tra? u robber whereby be could be locked upp.- It trans spired thatan Uunited States warrant is out for James' a'rrest from AlabamiSa Ir partiiopatingin the Shoals robbery, but that caunotbe acted upba uitil the State of MissouIt is thioulgh with the phlsner. Great indignation ts felt by the otieuse of Galhatin over the faot of prank tames be tig allowed his liberty. NI & M- lRUSI Fl *0-a_ . i~: cco : "da For ein nd E ýý t arl ra F ` }y .CENTRE ProducE MARKET, .15ll~lP & £tUI, Rop'u. VEGETABLES, Poultry, Oysters, FISH, Eggs, Butter & Fruit, On Main Street, Near Centre Meat Market. 1W Ranchmen and farmers who have produce for sale are invited to call on the new firm who will purchase from them at the highest market prices. jl1y$1t -GO TO an river "King B8e" 3aLin & i ktarimt -FOR- W INES, LIQUORS • --AND- CIGARS. Meals at all Hours. J .A. WIrITE, Prop. s ptldwem MILK DAIRY PATRICK MURPHY, PURE MI 1 oh We oness,- sayesa THE PROMINENT BILLINGS BUSINESS HOUSES. KING & CAMP FROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hardware, Agricult'l Stoveso Implements and Tinware, Buggies, Wagons, Blacksmith ia carriages TOOL S ( and and BA SUPPLIES. 4, WIRE. SPOR.TING- GOODS OF ALL ICIN DS. m I Corre-pondence olicitted. BILLINGS. M. T. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -AND General Merchandise. FI.IST-CLASS GOODS ONTILY, AND LOW PLEIOES. -Aents for LADD'S TOBACCO SHEEP DIP. W-Our teams make regular trips to the Judith laasin, and we will haul freight to and from the Northern Pacific railroad at low rates. Billings, M. T. H. CLARK & CO. _ __~I _ A. L. Babcock. A. W. Mil es. BABCOCK & MILES, WHOLESALE AnD RETAIL Hardware, Implements, StcOves ancd TPinwuaIre, Iron. Steel, Pumps, Sporting Coods, Paints, Oils, Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc. Headquarters for Barb Wire. Agents for WOODS' IOWER, and STUDEBAKER WAGON. space re erved or Headq uarters Hotel. .. --- - ..... STEBBINS, MUND & CO., BILLINGS, - - - - MONTANA. TR,.ANTSACT A GE-~TEIEMAL BAI;IING BUSINESS. Advances made on V ool on the most Favorable Terms. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. ~' Correýpondence and Business Solicited. S. H. ERWii, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Wines. Liquors M Cigars. Imported and Domestic Fine Whiskies a Specialty. - ALSO A FULL LINE OF BAR LAS WARI. Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. BILLINGS, - - MONTANA. C. E, WESTBROOK Best and Cheapest Stable in the City. Block North of P. W. MeAdow's store, tath street. BILLINGS, - - - MONTAlNA. . H: BOLE & CO,, L4 O T. C, POWER & BIRO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DRY GOODS, NIOTIOS, COTHG, ATS D CAPSIIS, BOOTS AC1D SHOES Gentlemen's Furnishing Coods, Furniture and Carpets of all Grades Fancy . Staple Groceries, SHEEP MEN1'S SUPPLIES, 'Wool Sacks, Mewing Twine Sheep Dip, &i. NOTE:-We are Territorial agents for Latid's Sheep Dip, warranted to ours any case of scab in sheep. . - --(o)-- Wines, Liquors, Beer, Ale, Cigars and BAR SUPPLIES ! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Wood's Reapers and Mowers, Hapgood Plows ! Twine Binders and Extras ! Hay Rakes and Gardening Tools, all of the Best and Most Reliable Makes. This year we will introduce the celebrated CIOOPLER WVATL;GoElT, Guaranteed the best made Our stock in the above departments will all be complete on arrival of the first boats, and being selected wi.h great care and shipped direct from eastern markets, we will be better prepared than ever before to offer Inducements to the Wholsale Trade. All our goods are bought from FIRST hands and in large quantities, and we propose to give dealers the benefit of Low Prices and First-Class EGoods. We can furnish low figures on application on all kinds of Hardware, Glasswar Queensware and Woodenware. Inspections and Orders Solicited. T. C. POWER & BRO., Benton M.T: GRAND CENTRAL BENTON, : MONTANA. ESsus OT CO Noted for its Taste- %' ful Eleganc., siperior When you visit Be Appointu -nts, and a ton don't fail to dine Cuisiun unsurpat-ed at the Grand Central, by any in the city the ONLY First-class Familie s can hafrv Restaurant in the their meals ordered city. from the Restaurant. Dinner Parties and Rcc8Itionls S: vYo in the 1 stllfrall and supplied at short notice in any part of the city. People coming late or early can always order first-class meal, as we keep open day and mnght. WdA.A First-Class Bar Att cched..da GEO. W. BULLETT, Proprietor. eplptf t . . .. I . . . . . 1 I lN l l . 1 1 l"I l . l " 1 LUMBER AND SHINGLES ! BIG CASINO Mills! Four Miles from Reedsport, Mont. Splendid Timber, FIRST-CLASS MILLT Competent Workment F.A.IP, PP1IOXS ! oFa1sc cot. lotlk e ho.1 Bll ia81si1t tOd O1kor W. H WATSON. PITTSBD IIItrfll CII .~ ,In. pt. Wpdw the "W, of the 'wit' fXt GuA m riean t. Vier W. B. bmaT.ii `tn . P. 0€ . WreasZurer.. WN. . i T' aSecr.e y. 1 ,00 bu a $10per iN At lb. fOehor the wed xo 1 torw ae Diatrict, 3latkwoethe Wolft reehkaa4d Judith Resin mwy D 4 t Sop and Stables 2J t WPsjewtb the bea . y tai LNWZS 7,I