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120 cXo ?vne NAWEEKIX TRNIBUNE. I2 189r. UMERu J~lal1' X. 11 TFLLM MONTANA. S ATUltDAY MORNING,' MARCH 12, 1892. NUMB31ItER tal COPPER COMSINATION. al l the lr'oIdu tio it f the III-fi itnit Pareti t. o f the i uoflntrit. \inu iattda onfp jii to irodu'te ufacr Trtir anddeler sin iopIp**Inion ofimpairyi The Ilehrinst Ken Inthrust'lin. his f opper rmnniinution k i YouIining net, n. allu.re iof t combination whichr if riected. will alve usillianc or dollars, just now arc' eing matters of prime intere-t to ouaiturers and derlere in copper and olders of topper mihane stokno rs lhas to mining men generally. For past two or three weeks reports that oject was afoot to securl- unity of on among copper producers in all I; (if the world have been numerous have been gradually crystutlizing in definite form. hir many months per prices have been very low and tension upon most of the copper lig companies in the Lake Superioc on. Montana, Arizona and New Men to keep things going lis been a ae one. It has long been urged by per men that some eomhination to it the production should Ile forned only within a very recent time hati I natter tisumed shape. Negotia s have lien carried on very secretly. course of prices, however, in the ton market. the chief, and, in fact, only copper mining market in this .try worthy of the name, has shown things are going on favorably. The e of the stock of the ('alumet ant Ia. Quincy. and other tig Lake Hu or capper mines has stnadily ime tiaton dispatch receivei here this rnoun says: The htateiniit is miidmi w in cery good nuthority tiit tie, pid combination of topper nine pcrties. with thIe exception of the aev enrupany. whi, 4 dralined to join. been practicall etffctedl. It is ed that the unnual proumnition of thn -ntdu mine is lilild mit 70iss.i ndt. that of the l lwuet :nit I I-ela i titIIl\t.TON i0lls \ Nlt \ -. rsr 1o.f the.tre lin Iir.p .aii i-.ieni Cr th rin i. if thli iiio t asur pelrcyMarch 11elr I l t sel.ui thia 'tweller offered i iisoltutin der ias agreed to, redlini on the rotary of the trosury for information i helith amount of treasuiyinoii ifsureed in the provisions, of the net of July 18te : the amount of silr tiilrs i lr cler ned under the provisions H. that wat, anmount of silver bullion now tut the asury purchased under the provisions that ant: whether ilver dollars coin tl der its provisions are available for the inary expenses of the government or held fur the redemption i i triiiunry tes: whether silver dollars or silver titivates have been redeemed or "x anged for gold and, if s11. to what i lunt; and whether t ilver u iillars that ureceived for publi dues hre used in e discharge of gouvernmtent obligations d. if au, what class of ubligntioun are charged by them. 1'h- agricultural meI t iiiip cltin d ieL.y iit ii was taken up uinil passe i: aio was the bill to survey tnil mor; e 'Itmunry between thu states uh1 ij tskael. uthn l% Dakota on Pithu Iidge l I'siubui Indian reservations. iii" tariff discistievu was roiuuue I in e h .use t iis I irniig. but there was it' iontrast hinaeteei the piattit b in lints of todah and the scenes tehifor aracterized the debates on the f Mi Kint hutill two years agb . 'Il n it was "It us that whatever measure should is tae house would Iit- innturred in tionft very nhlterii.i change by the ate and be ens te i lulut lw by the enature of the president and therefore cry succeshive step in the formality of 'Illation was bitterly contested by the cnurate. This year tiie r, upi.blicans, ia are now the minority li the house, amconfronted with a o suh If puoti hilii s and intereat is greatly lcesjtned. General P'oster of the state d1-part nt. who is assisting the presuidnt il bring sea tisheries negotiatof tn, t i n t ctnferenc at the navy in tp.rlui 1ilt i afterno with Sehreta usentded y mleitI mnodore yaritray, chief of the unre,.. navigation. the Uniferende. st 1i aught, related to a coBiderition of ncouree to be pursued by the iinlty th forcing the contention ut this govern nt that Pelagic ealing in Bebring sen on iu be whollys suspended pendint ttleprot by arbiration of the contrao. rey between the United States and reat Britain. It Great Britain de fno the president's proposition for the newal of modus fireuati. this govern ent will, no doubt, send all available w, at its command to Behring nea rn enough It postble to control its hPraches and prevent the entrance of I sealingg vessels, American as well as hern. Th, naval vetnels that can be for this service are the Charleston, altimore, and Hanger at Hian Francis ld Mohican, now on her way to Port rcnard, Wash., wrth the ricptic in w, and the Yorktown and Bostos, now route to San Francisco from Callao. he revenue cutters Bear, Rlush, and rarin, now fitting out at San Fran nofor their annual cruise to the Seal lands, will also assist in the work of 41eing the restricted waters. Dauvas a BRADLEBY, Druggists, I'M ntral avenue. MtEN -lOT OF ENMPLOYMI'Itr. \ II~hte"" Mr tate, of .AIFairs in Puortion. of' lBii.iay. Murch 10. Meetings were I held in lAipzig today at which *.±InXmen out of work were present. The distress ing state of affairs in that city was fully discussed anit a number of plans for het tering the condition of workmen were debated. It was linally decide.I that " elegates should be sent to the meniai pal authorities asking that public winks for the relief of thn distressad people ho immediately started. In Cologne Ito) destitute men were today given tttploy ment on relief works started by tttt city illieials. At. )tortttundt, a town of Prussia. in Westatbitila, much suifering also exists anitg thl laboring -ctises. Deer two thoisand wit 1 lull tpl itet in tih Itron works at that place hati h-nt thrown out of work within a week and tert without any mwith . Mati ny mare on the employts reaeited votive lht their services may hut't to be dispensed with Shortly ata there are inditetions of ai trade ptiulyvts anl tilt woilt trks tat hat( uto shtit Ittit entirely. Indlnna R."pnihliauen onvretion. Isma.at.\rousl, M11rch 10. T1omlinson lillt presented an anitantud scene this morning when t hairmai 1 Dowdy called the republican state convention to order. The coumtittee- on permanent organiza tLin. through W. Wilson of Warwick county, reported that Warren G. Sayer of Walash had been chosen by the committee for permanent chairman and Robert Brown of Franklin permanent I secretary. The rules of the tlftytirst r congress, as "interpreted and applied by ,lThomas II. teed." were adopted to govern the convention amid appilause. Sayer upon taking the chair spoke at some length. After the report of the com mittee on credentials the report tt the 1 ncommittee on resolutions preatmiej it I platform endorsing Hlani isonis adnoinis tration and strongly urging his nouiina tion. The resolution was adopted suin delegates at large were citoain for the Minnuapolis convention. nIhrir. or usual .1sus a Nisw Oiii.i. iN, March it. Suits were filed today in the I United states circuit court by attorneystreprint iingthe heirs of sis of the Italians slain by the popu s IRle at the parish prison of the lith of March ltst against the city or New r)i lenns. claimini4 damages in the sunt of e. 10.000l1 in push ruse. The petition al Itges that tih aeith of itle mii r1utite l isfrom a conspiraey, will urn that u", ."propesr steps "ere taker to protect the ell prwsoners thouab t he pm pose td' time con ie spirators was weil khut its. Tith i heirs of thrve if the wn tut i S it ly.one iit lhame. T'he resilrnces,of thll heirs of I so of theml ar. root state"d. Nit s Dut,. ý1urch li. .James Wakely visited tlit Nee York Warl otfice this afternoon and dept:-itted ý_7il in cash oa behalf of Chanpion .luhn Ls. Sullivan to light any man in the t orld teoloreid toin barrei) for thO championship inti the largest purse offered by any athletic eluit. except the Ciiilornia club. and an outside bet of $10.tkN1 it all.. W'akel) said that who vir ctvered hise 2,AJI' tirst would be given the preference hy Sullian. Sullivan woult prefer to tight Mitchell, his awtund choice is Siavin and his third Corbett. The latter announced hli will be tin hand Tuesnay next to put up r1, .i1h in addition to the t1,INxi al reatty up and if so Wiately says it tight will sureir result. 1 Not~abh* Iheath. ol ousI. i. N. 1". March 10. Jahn F. Winslow. one of the leading citizens of this plate. idi. this morning at "i o'clock. ale war sie ot the leading igon makers of the state and with Era.,tus Corning and John (irinwold introduced j the tnuiftiieture of iestetmtt steel iota this country anti at their works ili Troi ttmale the lirst stiel rails in this Country. Wiinslotws mont important publi aortks. however, was the building of the it tii tor. hin tiner taking the respontitilily of furnishing the vessel complete to th." governme~nt, their pay' liing colblioneal nit its siteetnIs ts ti war vitsstl. Illorcell tis Not Ite merle. ý Immanru . Ne.., M1arch III. P'olice Jiutgi Hiorgell, the victim of the l ietnt titnal shouting in the court Iit]. in it it preesrious condition with htth-' hopes entirttinitl tof his recovery. .\ thatgt for the worse tecurred last night anti hei has teen in sil untons ious satle site t. head penetrated to the ha . of thi brain and cannot he lovatedl. Wurner. his as sailant, refutes to tilk further tha liit pressitg natisfowtio Ifor what he itt] done. t :iptn} iniii. t ltrt s Iit i'ntuita n.I 5th 10. 1 hi gil erutitnt. il ordter it aliti late as far as it ias possible distrC.5ss ii itnitg panlttits, is etnplying Itrgi nmtitetrs of tIla at Nijni \ ovgorrod, Orel Kizan. aii 'ITult in elearing att over :;iai acres of forest land. At Saarlar a buy is being con structed under governmeint direction to afford shelter for atniiers during thli witer dly Olne .lnannubt filne 4 ined, fitri :. March lit. Only one mtine of . the Anaetnda company is closed. and that only far ont week. on aieount of a broken engine. The other seven mines are in full operation and the smelter is running to its full eaptatity. Sarah Althea idJudged ninanu. SAN FRAsNseoi'a, March Il.- Mrs.Sarah - Althea Sharon Terry was today adjudged I louane and was comniitted to the state f asylum at Stockton. Here's looking at you with the largest m stock and lowest prices. Driver & Brad ley, druggists and stationers. DIVIGED AGAINST ITSELF. tinig-i -i g th1 I.ll - . I ondition t o the u e Miners Sio.The Irish iut one.li:h Fthe isn- aret at Irilh fations Paftih It H ant Tewl th e latterluiv ha tenr- in onl i'uri-suit did nut lieaset nli nt .tnº Time. 1rab n!ut an o!ur ftion whoul wnIere greatly disapinted -r. PpnLe., March 10r tA utte special to the Pioneer Press says: xe Minerss union of this city, one of the strongest brbor upions in the country, held a meeting for the election of uncers March 1. For wi long time there has been a growing discontent between the English and Irish factions, of which it is coim pureed. The latter have been in control. rThat result did not please the tnglish rfaction, who were greatly disappointed as they believed they had out-voted their ' Irish opponents. A protest was entered Ilagainst the election, and ballot boxstuf binm eas charged. The recent meeting t broke up amid tdhe wildest confusion and disorder. It is almost certain the tle -tions will before long split up the union. u cro5intle lyiiouble nhtraiug. Lastofa Rotit. March Ita. Intense ex citement prevails in Ashley county today and a double lynching is not all im probable. The cause of the trouble is the poisoning of Mrs. S. Hannibal. who died in terrible agony last nighat ther home at Parkdale. lien and Omter Car penter, brothers, are accused of thel crime. Armed citizens urn after the brothers and a lynching is probuble. t lLat fall tiar Hannibal. a well-to du s farmer, was shot fromt ambush and his wife was the only witness against thst C arpenters. who were suspect."d of the murder. f ..t% Ilf:i llif l:lNIO HE Ti'IIFift \ ýire I'.int F'~1. 1> I.un err- t. n," rlde, Ii r00tft t. (ot11. 1 lfreh lU. Lt 11" r hart' Ibeen reet'iveti here froit Lieut. I Ithrinrton antil thler oflicers tit' the Mabion. They conthmt thle publi'lhest4 i itont of the killing of lttititt.it at 'I kohnuu and say that flethrinelton has tiple protof that he wits justitlel iii shtottting liibinson. It is alleged that there is evidence that Robinson hhaul arranged ;ti elopement with IIr. Ilethringtoti. In an ittertiew tonight ex-Senator Knight raises tlt' I point whether Livit. IlIethringtits vuni Ii' lawfully tried itt a consultr court in Japan. and whether he can he tried by other than a court having a granl anl petit jury. Knie'ht iierries whether, as by our treaty with Jlapan. Judicial cull Strotl and jurisdiiti ,ttver .Antirietn citi uins in Japan is reserved to this govern meit the latter nit proceed against Iiethrington in anti dilfereot unntier i thin if the crine had been cmmniitted within the territorial limnits of the I nited States. AS con -nis has it..tt no provision for the trial .1 such a ease as in the ortintiry wty of judicial prove-Ilvef , Knight is inclined Nt(: the opinion that tit(-lioutomis nca- u not Li' tried at all tuu mnu-t go free. lie says ti-ue it atl I be inii' t'lii'tly teited iii it I il as corpus p cevelings in the saystlel cruend ..f Ill. - ni ted States a st I i.ite. that it- it mcnt of such a irit'et Ijut IAr ltin' t woitd Iii' ti-sritlge. i h 1'nhllii. Huibbear linth tai if as ititti a , t it Tl. ' rneoitt,' Ii ti puiii buit lit t prieoueds i utn tirtlt'rly itntlt ri."t til the f'ollowing publi"" builliu_ hul lapredt.iT Xas. tiresi "tt Unit'd ('t. I la. iiatutiirtt utteniltli.tye t.. l 1ah t.-.rs t 1: iS ing t. e .J.. Zitht',is. tin' Igru i it ii th..e tin' t hl us- ar r the IN tto wblie buialih e ahilS agre wh i-.u tionsitn u'ebret ni ainghi nus.I it s eath of witinin as few days puli .. t epursued. ýt."mne.r 11 reducue "trtuwled lonlone.Malurch tu. .1 great -it .. !~ jof 1aurel Il. townde oNt St. K l oefth ailedthsint. and it is fa eily. lar n. stieutier founnd r(.l ;utment i, a 1the vieinity during tht"e unh. 1.. the w~reckag" tar' a number of I".t' . rh~w~ing the ter-ue )ad four hot.I 1 pro t of it Floal bout ams' t t. "" 1 uamber of oak railway -le."l astrt-wn along tihl beaeh utndij +. le~vell tia"y formedl it part .f I'" "". t ers ( ;ugo. tt t lief Disriuti ant 1 n >1.1', .1flan h 10. -The ta"t. tl 0 1fi relief distribution undemr pwon~ rtelt vision is working well. The .han~1Ll it'ln proceeds in lil orderly mansvwr 11,1 dll applicants are Hupp jet]. 'IT ert R hundred unemployed lahomrert hate been ifp1ut to work clearing away sw"ii- t pl1 ence an hour. a I. Prince In Untw'.'ail Mo oti'x Kia.io N. Y., flat "t so Prince John Zuheisk. the gr.unti ,t of the kinir of Poland. was arrest'-' t..l -% with a horse and wagon whir!, I hail li stolen. dl iuerthoua. 'etreral Steninusti to loniss Ji~tn 'ery. Mareh 1it. thfuet tious cerrebral nmeningitis canu.-l five at deaths within it few days in the vt,"tnity J.of Laurel Hill, town of Newtown. Three of the deaths were in one family. W1ho Is She sani What I. She? Naw YoK. March Ii. Was the wife who deserted Austin Byron Bidwell. the forger, and the widpw, "Mrs. F. A. War ren," who married Harry ilomana, the healthy insurance agent. one and the samne woman. Many thousands of dol lars hang on the answer. Harry Humans sailed a dozen years ago for Paris. His wife, a daughter of Doctor Palmer of Albany, was dead, leaving him three children. H1- had resigned the agency of the E 'spit:,ble Life Assurance conm pany of San Franeisco to become the Paris representative of the New York Life, on a guarantee of 10 per cent a year for two years premiums on all policies he iesuud. A fellow voyager of Mr. Homan was "Mrs. F. A. Warren." Every man who ever knew Mrs. Warren uses superlatives in speaking of her, but the woman who have met her during the past ten years nti cm irn I*;n viiocinm:Iiv. Mr. IlInians was completely fascin t ated, anil. four months after meeting a Mrs. Warren, he married tier, believing Implicity all site told him of her ante cedents. 'Tihey entertained elaborately in Paris, and one of their guests, a Louisianian, one evening informed the husband that his wife was formerly the proprietress of a gambling house in New dOrleans. Your wife was formerly the proprie r trehs of a gambling house in New Or leavn. It is impossible for me to be mis taken. I knew her before I was married. There is some terrible mistake some I where." Humiliated by his wife's acknowledge ments, when he reproached her, Mr. Homans sent agents to investigate her career, and they learned much more of her behavior during the five years before he met her than need be told here. He offered her e10,000 a year it site would Pi-I MRTi HIM TO OBTAIN A DIVORitE. She laughed at his proposal, and, per tiaps. fearing scandal, the husband con ltinued to live with her in the same house, but they occupied different apart tients. The shame that oppressed Mr. ."Iloimans made him morose, ant Mrs. - Homane suddenly sought gayer scenes is and a more companionable partner. She set otf for Mt. Petersburg with an Italian nobleman whom her beauty and t complishinents had ensnared. Not lotg after IHomans died. Then began ai contest over his estate, the value of which is authoritatively estimated at hundreds of thousands of dollars. The widow was of ciure- Mrs. Humansin the Ieyes of the French aw, J..r tid her win nitg ways fail to aid her in the tight she w \as tanking against her husband' a cha IreIn. She insisted that her Itusbanl was ii citizen of C alifroiri. where he had t ltng resided, anil nt of this city. Sinct t- the laws of saifornit she was in ttitleaw to one-half of hii istatle and by an thc- laws of New York to 01111 sne-third. Iflit:i I'M I SUSTA.1INIEI) II iEi. I'the chiilren appealed. The higher court again decided in favor of the f widow. One day in tih court rnoo an L English lawyer sat .nudying Mrs. lion-. r an's fare. a "I've seen that woman somewhere," he whispiered to Willitmui Htmians. 'It t eents to toe that sh' was the wife of a ean who .'onmitted forgery yiars agot and was sentenced o I oidon to a long im risonment." I t seems that *'". A. Warren' was til well's alias when he was iaptured: hisi t wile desirted hini anl tie ias inot stun her since; that wife married the otlicial of the tlank of England who went to I Havana and identztle& Austin lidawell. And it is a story of the mniployis of the I hank to this ilav, that the wouan s tent per drove h.r .trangely ac,1uired mate so Weat the i'rge of imtbetility that the Iink was obliged to pension hiim. (larry tlonuans fumily lariuud that the wowi t. "1rs. I. A. Warren. was well known to min in New fork lefore that tufortunate union. 'Twenty years ago n widow. .Ir's. I '. A. W rar i.i, ." r":nwI by l\a\. Iunit ied a i lik ofr Eni nu;;' d ollietal: twel\." years tg. I a slt t. li 1 t rs. it. .1. \\-rii's "n.i i molrren iit arr t it' uiums. Is Ay -I . :-, I .w1tilli theirma wlsuiiei1 'ThIiltn wiseie rst '-he tue utingt those. iihtt isuervuept niret yfavor Was ihe a part of th. i tirme pm-,iugl writteulg helingi New ot allthe-arg ui'nts.e' ;it( .lm s u lsio s 1th." ifamans11' lo'l, :,I. 11" nl hrav"n :l eait'uh to nswi i r. Vl . it. i irs. I'. A. Warren" was reI r ihia to. of iaustin liiswil she in thr senate ile' arin tha ite all lawsiand par\ ts1 1 lw toIlrving ~.:. 1' arr. "poub-so..., \\' iiu i. tiewch % x;I ep ft. . theTh puh synin t ti dute esatie iuf tespouir wnich rion nton the fehriee m:listion, netering the rie.st n ho us .pril it. 1te 1. ni date. f the 'i ftra rins , orteaton trouhn the init ill rtant Itoor ti are two from nsir muliae I'aserl s seu n foder tt af I'h nau ry _a and 1t re :, and the* r. 1.1 ,. ni vesternday. the In Hri ,tirn Giet I. i ho heI d a short debate hole day to day he fur.' the aridl Imois rcomulitive of the house til the proposition to turn over it, several states in the west the arid lands within thair borders. Today the tmajorIt unit minority reports were submitted. fihe entire csalnnttee except lBretz favor the pinn. -loth re-ports are strongly written. bringing (tnt all the arguments. .in toulalwrtive H~ill. Wvnstx'mwro, March it. Morgan to Iday introdluvee to bill in the senate de claring that all laws and parts of laws are inopetutive, which exempt from the paymient of duties articles of etonunomrce which are not on the free list. when entered in the custom houses fill theI United States for transportation thro"ugh the United States to or front the Illiltash Ixtsecsionls. Handsome vase lamps selling for t1' at the Bee Hive Store. Get one before they are all gone. OUR MINERAL LANDS1 Text of the Hill litrtiur1lilled il the (lope by on. 11n1. 11. Dixon. Mineral Ialu. to lu* Examined ad 1 I oilsiflld Comirni.ionerw ti he" Appointed. The (till ALikets the Mlinerni I. 11nd1. in Mlontuan and in Idaho. 'Lmumv arch r4. Following is the full text of the mineral land bill in troduced March 1 by htepresentative Dixon if Montana: A bill to provide for the examination and classitication of certain mineral lands in the states of 'Montana and º Idaho. 1 Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled: Section 1. That the secretary of the " interior be, and is hereby, authorized and directed as speedily as practicable to cause all lands in the states of Montana and Idaho within the land grant and indemnity land grant limits of the Northern Pacific Railroad company. as defined by an act of congress. entitled, "An act grunting lands to aid in the construction of Ii railroad and telegraph line from Lake Superor - to Puget sound on the Pacific coast by the northern route," approved July 1, 1861, and acts supplemental to, and amendatory thereof, to lie examined and classified by commissioners. to be up pointed as hereinafter provided, with special reference to the mineral or noii* mineral character of such lands. and tI reject. cancel and disallow any and all clains or ililngs heretofore made, or Swhich macy hereafter in nmade, by or on t behulf of the said Northern Pa1itic Inil e road company, on any landsiin aid Statllt e which, uponl exam ination. shall ie clllsi lied as provided u this act as tsinelal se.2. For the purpose of nakint it t I examination hereti jiitrf didl for thei ' halt bI appointed by the presietiit of the tinited States three mra numsmoners. at teast t(e of whiotit shall be a practical. itiner and a resident either of the state if 3latttita ir the state if Idait. tint said persons shall constitute a btoard of imuniissiuners, to jarforii the duties herein prescribed. They shall receive for their ittapensation such sum its shallti be allowed by the secretary of the inlt' rior. not exceeding their actual expenses. and in addition thereto such further slu. not exceeding 8211 for aelh day they may le nitnally engaged in the performance of their dutits. The tutiunu oit decision of a majority of said coinuissioners shall controlt in all matters herein pro vided for. Sec. :1. All tinds shall be tlastitied and taken to he mineral lantds under this :lt which, prior to the ptsttge of this act, have been located t r patented is mineral ands, or which have. or proatily will have, a market value by reason of tht. inunerals which thly contain, or whict show such indications of talattia ' in irat deposits ts woulit induce a miii r to s.pendt his timie otr tney upon them with tie rcasonable vspectation tif tin-ling mineral il j paying quantities ..r hilh. frmn their geological foirt'atiii or their s aituation or propinquitu or rtieiot o Iknowit miiterat latds. ire. tr pttoihlil) will he. valuab le for tihl unoneral till r,-ir t and :11 ".i these mutiterv shall be runsih retl l'y t titaninutissioira in deternitiuiig the mittittri or it h t nistO rl .titri f ter of ie it It iis, and in 0lassift in ti4 I' . Tii e i l sif lisa n hit.1 i a r. 1" f.., s1,-I e bI. s,,":ions., whi'r. th e I., Is tril'. hee i sur ue v'l , 'ni t - t it it unit il'slki ttilue' iof thii < itt!. ii i c tt 'tirt. I ," i teie nt earts of (ti e x' 1,14'I ietiot tit.s itr, t i '. Iineait of the slie ii been io rs to reiii ' e Iti ela itit.at eri I ' u rter se ti~m s: sold it, n.4 ra- sln4 Iio pr iu tidii ''ii i' of less thi i . aiit siultr ru .e taln t ett ret for inalt ilits iutit upit t surveyed holds.tIf the ail( 1sniset it awined tar not survtyed. eao etsuiet atiti hall bs iuatei by tractp if such repxt 1i and des4 natel hin 1101 1::"1110 or t aritteifii 1,,uialaries to blentfif 11. 1.it the regwmister iin? er taniofytrree sa ath liii suining expns tieo .s te ttitel Stan caus Ii be e uble ir shed in ntw ispaputr in 1tteout1ty groutn in t0e seanit of hatei. thle -1astnc a wektl" for1 ~itur 1 etinseuire w'icks4," ntt lie othke c'nsitteatimn as sht tin "tsalt S l ec. It That i ts lhat Itti tanit ra ais alt where la . ssic a ttn hrt nit pr.it "ts he held be nl tii ars hr ibf Spro. I.idd the classifictn, w he une 11ten.I :IS have hoee C41rwtyi, polrt to tved pbysee of this art shale ie riosr ahallineel ,lasined, as herein pro vided s 1 aftewards al, as speedily as u pracltwab:' 1141 lands herein menution0ed which h,%." noI hers surewyed, until all the lands herein w intiona~l shall haer been ix:nIuiaed and clarsited. as here(iu r provided. Sec.3 Thee 1ummissioners shall make Ya mionthlty report and tile same with the register and recorder of the 'united States lund ollice of the land district in which the land examined and classified is situated. Upon receipt of such report the register of the land office shall at the s expense of the United States cause to be e published in it newspaper in the county in which the land is lotated at least once ona week for four consecutive weeks no lice of the classititcation as shown in said report. Sec. (1. That its to the lands against the classification whereof no protest shall have been tiled as hereinbefore t provided, the classification, when e approved by the secretary of the interior. Ishall be considered final, and all plats aril retair li of tb. I. al atid 4t'rtrnil Iland otticts shall be matia to a. onfiirtm to suchaclasaification, and stot he lhandc amay ba tiled. twnt tinuit ruling mat ae after the day set fur htaring ,lhill .ttternmain thi prtaper i'tanatieati'in. and all rectirds tat the lta'al cnd igentrtl land dilaess shall lie nim al tot t'inflfiii tat thle tclssiti aatiiin iii titerminait' ht. ucha tintil rid ing. anti all taits it stilt hearings shall hi' paiii by the iinitu'ccsfnu party. i nder such rults as ith aerrttiry of thei iflti ritar tiay ptrtsttilean tinhIe ceiretary o tthalicth uchult ttli iii ronntattionc as may hi nitt'aiari .tt crrr tnt. effit ttit true intent an t wvienal I=* this net ac ttanitt'af titll shall bI iiW-tt' air leliioriil ta sail N. ithern ttaijtle btiiltitattor puyfit cite totn in 'tail ctatis unitil teexitttaminaitint indtctaititattain lpro salad fit itt tlia itt shall tttie lcien tmaitt tutu sitil jttittt or itliti aevirtetc tat till.clittll ainly isuent then 'a sital liatit. if ittt. int said static. is tajil i'ttata nyti mae It. by law itnil aaiaiitlia itt thltreweittt anil by the said tltissiliinttion. enti tIeu ti., an tanl iil ntact. certiftiiatt*. ii record of seltation tar a thttr iettlattnt' it title air right tat possttaaaattt f tatiy liand in said stateit iissued. entereil tar deliveroil to salil Naarthtirn Putictic I aliroad ciama Ipany, an violatitan at tin' priisisziina it this act, shall lie void. Itriiida'i, that nothing containasi in tlhia act shall lha taken or coanatrueal as ricaigunizing or con tirming any grant tat land air the righat ti, nyland in the said Norlha'rn Pacitic Railroad comapanny, or ast taiving or in Iany wiae affecting any right tan the part of the t'niteal States agatinst the said SNorthern Pacitic ltailroaiia atinmpany to I claim a forfeiture ta nany land granit I hbtretofore nmadi' tai aid anitpany. M ec. 14. That tliera is hereby appropri. ateal out tat any mtoney' in the treasury Snot otherwise appraipriatted auch anum as Smay be neu'tsuary to be expendeal to carry into effect the provisiona of thic act, the same to hi' taid aout on thti it altr of the sei'rotary itf the intu'raor. THi iEN IlIacK st sl'KT1-. thi la'triag Me't faar lyii I.tat ta-at thell. a'atth that thtres' dthi:sattlti in the ltanratsi ttaartaer atat. .atataitraa I efiart luilga liurfia' it thi' tltrinitt tiut tia iiay itt '! . it. Mittr attn legal ar rang**nwtii't lateaet It . t u.a t n tlii Iaceisule th ii a-s. e i't u fat lt'arint. tin 1l1attalta .a jel. llt., tittairiitsturt' auraliat ':. <ti ctit w'itt titita It ntI tuo-ls. I the l ir'lst tinmt faoity au-i. tilhuettuat-t-. lionii.t u ttttijlalit' it II --Iu fi u a la-i 't Witt INt -fl 111ill I'lt i i, th um:. Low .11\,\ NJi .. t. ThI I Stt. P'et1"I ourg corr'-pondou nt nf i h," tintuniortt r--'unts a Ftartlingtu:_ It r"on net ilt with thnlperor W ilbu~nm1 a ent Brand l'nhurg ife-jion. 11 :l l-rtn tiat. il connet'tion With tis sper*ibt. i gotin llan at the banquet roolarkstot tihe ''upnror that hto lsllnot for ,' I~nwil.wichereupoj W illiam re'turtrt: I 11111 pultriize ! Lussia.' 1'i1 . r I u ' I. plr-'ptlo transollitt'li to lieoino'l. al'o r'pirted til rl'l;arkl to the ('Silr. tIle (Iar Hult toneli ti1' tierman ,,ullblssalilr. Voln hliweinet. 101n HUllt. fti'r reC''Outing I the state l'oot: "t' '' tt .our Itlptjror tilnit 'Aihli iio'e wants to lo o juli I'l zing I will throw half :r toloit m b1 n m1 lorltso the*" frotntier wtith tit, 'r,",te",t pleasur,' 11,111 i1I ttoo mO th esI tit//H r . la r . "l it, ttl. ti t l ii'' I, , ll 1 ' 1~ 4.1 . il i l 1 I I . Ir tnlI l t : .1 1'.111 1 ;, - t. 11 III \ .1 I lot 1 . l S ,oll , Il 1ic , n s I " ' 1, ii I, 1 I ll' I. I' 111.1'1 tt t ~ .1 , r0 r ; . i ll 111 'ale .10 , \ ~11 0 t. r. a b i 10, i ui i f o' It 0 ilI 'I I' I' t ttitn the t ttr lt \. iif 10 ,: ti.,;,"1: .1 not b," reat~ht't1 , 1 s I .. ! MI 2 l lm; tould an '"t ' it; I I.,b 1 - reto n'tiet'u :. wh \ t h ttr 1 h a l !' l,, 11110 " ilI"= to 1 N 11111 ili~ ' ,, 1121'1 ta rltt, W ,ni- "o . 'u-n fil Oil I ' 01.01 Pit I4I S''i'l I t 111 H i l r e. 4010- .11 til' l lot ' Tull. III t til tr k a,'ll t t' i 00 to 'k I Nllolknolo. tis Soltroltt t'In To' aout o1lilO0. t.t wortio Ill t il'S. 1 . I. Irioharl t oi s tihe io traoi 0 joof gittioIt lout thol Wd%.'Iornl Unoot ' totegraph poles, nud Ions loS o'hi.otraost II nearly 1oooillolo'tdto, o1t.,y it few nmen Il ben olut 10n his work. All1 lion falst II work foor the first spani of the big steel 'h Irige across the l'enlt 1 treille rover at C .Xilbaiy fails is in noto the steel is toeing 0' raollilily Jlut tOll. If high water shouith Y lcoCnetfiore the false woork i taken our e ant the steel pitt ton, and it iis nt iopnr 0siboic iowing to an early sjoring, the roll It wl iave too wait oill nlft fail noeft 0n 1 lroil' witho thi work. as the rf t arrtown at tltl i lain ant the s Srises fully twetity-tive feet, whk'i - e rident to wash tout the isish work. r. tni thousand New tisounot 7' s Burgy's Book Store.