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BU'fTE'8 NEW CITY HALL
hisgbawMlle Itq rt s
trrri Septr 3i.-A ts rmeei o t--
mtir a b L to"sr· Atl men Lerh
th e omea s a a she for te ity all
seid that seral ir bad been reevead.
We e memsme theletio oft a lot
adjoining the present city hall ee
wide which an he bought for mMIO, mav.
lug 4g,000 out of the urum appropriated.
This lot added to the present site wouki
make a let U .eet wide. Aklderan Me
Deseaost of the sans ncommittee, favored
hamagin on to the lot on East Broadway
street, as the most demirable. A petition
was received rmen citiases at Beroadway
and Main treet., protesting against the
propseed sale of the Broadway street lot.
Alderma Mueller moved that a omunat
tee he appointed to secure an option for
the lot adjoinin the present city hall site
on Pak streest,.whcL was carried by soves
to two. David McDonald was elected as
letaast chief da the Are department aid
art PFlowers, Fred Reither and H. Will
aleky were also eo leted memners of the
taie.. The clerk was lrnmtr.ct.
ed to advertise for ftee.u bie
alarm bo.es and about Ave miles of
both central and aeaomadtie astem
Tbs commiattae was mpower to con
tract with Mr. Tapr at aeaper mouth
or ncadeset light. in the city
i City Attorney ('rbett preenated an
amendument to the city ordisanýans to en
blethe it to pmrecute criminally fo
the collection of the poll tea. CommiUUttses
wern appointed to see about openin the
alleys -between Park and .Gale ., Main
and Wyoming and Par sad koadway
Tbe appli.atikn at R. Cammi for a
lcen.e was rIferred to the l iciay coma
A warrant was ordered drawn of
$1,.0 In favor of Contractor Winters
for the culverts on Park and Broadway
Petition from haekmen for the repeal of
the orminance forbidding teams to stand
aon Main street without license trom own
era of property; for two Are hydrants on
Park street; for the hurrylng up of the
contractors o the Park streesst ewer, and
for the plNien a tegraph line fo
Norther Pa det a oeng Ariaona
street to Main were referred to the proper
BUTTE FIRE LADDIES.
Pleas br a New Mewm for the Veoanteers
-The P.al Depsutaeat.
peeial to the Mtamdard.
Burrs, Sept. 17.-Beginning to-nmorrow
it is expected that the change from the
volunteer to the paid fire service in this
place will be pronounced, and the paid
department will very eoon be in running
order. Fire Marshal O'Brien has thus far
taken charge of the fire almost aloneex
.ept for the assistance of the volunteers.
He was engaged a monuth ago at $13 per
month. To-morrow be will be joined by
five new flremen at $lU per month. Mr.
O'Brien, who is an old fireman and ex
perienced in all branches of the service,
will proceed at once to train his men, and
expects within a month to have a valuable
company. The volunteer department will
neanwhile be continued, the volunteers to
he paid 75 cents an hour for their time of
actual service in putting out fires.
Tbe volunteers, however declare the
will not accept this fee. The will eon
tinue to fight the fire in their own way
and subject to no orders but those of
thei own ofcers. They are planning the
erection of a brigade building of their own
to which they ay they will remove their
earta and tus. The hell whbich now
strikes the m belngs to the volun
teers and will be taken them to their
new hall when it is com eted.
Mr. O'Brien maid that he and
Denny Simpson, his uisstant, have been
steadly at work examining chimneys and
flMue. They keep about the streets at
night in co-operation with the police, try
Ing to catch the frebugs. Mr. O'Brien it
confident that the gullty parties will take
a step too bdold very soon. There have
been fire fres and two attempts in the
last ten days. hief of Police Nmith maid
that be is convineed the fires ae started
by some one who has a mania. He does
not think the object has been plunder, as
such place as the San Francisco restaur
ant woeld not have been set fire to. The
only came where plunder would seem like
ly to have been the object was in the case
of the Simpson House, attempts to hurn
which were made twice.
Mew ia Dublin USeh.
tpeeial to tle tauldard.
Btrrra, Sept. 18.-At an early hour this
morning a row occurred in Dublin Gulch,
in which Jack Mclntyre was badly bat
tered by a watchman named Martin. The
latter watches the Ramsdell-Parrot mine
nights. and about 1 o'clock this morning
as he went home he says that he found
McIntyre. a Park street saloon keeper, in
his wife's room. Martin drew his revolver
and jumped on Mclltyre, a rough and
tumble fight ensuinr. Martin was getting
the better of the fight, when| his wife went
to McIntyre's assistance, and shot at her
husband but missed him. Martin, after
pounding Mclntyre on the head with the
butt of his revolver, left the house, and
esbrtlr afterward surrendered to an otU
cer, who locked him in the county ail.
At noon to-day he was arraigned in irlice
court charged with carrying and e a ibit
ine deadly weapons not necesmarily in
self-dfense. He plead not guilty and
was released on giving bonds for $.10.
HE KNEW BOB YOUNGER.
A Bm.t sert 'Talk of tme mle s out
law am" 3M SeLethele.
peeial to tes amda.~d.
Buurm. Sept. l-."AAnd so poor Bob
Yoanger is dead," solloquilsed a wel
known sport in one ot the usesturants
here thi morning a be read the dispater
in the STAxIDAnD announmiea the death
yesteday of the notorios atolaw.
"There's a fellow that wa puanished for a
crime he never committed, and I know it"
continued the sport. "I knew Bob
Younger and all the other Yo.uager btps.
Cole and Jim were two as tough eharee
tees as ever drew a gun en a man. Bst
Bob s a dllfferent kind of fellow. It
is a notorious fact that Bob never
crlmee comemitted by his brothere
arlmr emmmltrd urotbers
eseept the msurder of bank cashier
awoodin Northfeld, September 7., 1,
a the part he took in that crime was not
dmeervin e o tls punlshment which he
lved. B always stoutl mlantained
thst be took am ore part i the crime
thban to ride with the gape of outlaws weho
id the sboP . rad th statemnent is
boasee eahl Bob'brthers and all
-IrlL ·I uL·rnb w EL
Whine r I *__
WOW MwOWW .i ofsw. Whamºaa
r ' M r t 'are
the -. at th wi
th u issaw and psl.mmesaewimg a amtree.
for 319., taend !usdm. rifle is hand oeer
muotem at ethes dmr dad who woIud
hawe been onliy too idto hire aceptwed
and oppou'tunti to ayno
Ittliu tor did m believe Bon ofb
Younger was a criminal. but that he suta
fered punLshmnet for having bern in
canmany of his hrothers wben they £ien
suitted a dastardlycrime
THE TWO RIVALS.
A (b'ases. Pster Wae tis ICresttng * -
easta to eats..
ipsril ('ue. rtna eae.n of tL taeIardU .
Burrra, ept. 1.--For many years Dr.
(Cang Ring, the celebrated Chinse. phy
.ician, of West Galena street, has eajared
a msnopoly of the hlaene business of this
place. D rean that tiem he hba cared the
Clitame chikdrens t whooping cough and
measlesm and alleviated the rleumatle
paims of their old mea. Blat today a rival
appeared in the Mfed, causing a Murry of
escitement which estended all through
Gale a street. The new doctor, fresh
tfrran California. has estabhlihed himself
directly opposite the olkce of the repectd
Dr. Chung Sing. Both house are little
onestary htets hbut the new doctor's of.,e
is painted a tempting green, while
that of the old doetor is unpainted. The
door to the new doetor's ombee is painted
gouln In stripes of edlow and red.,
the old doctor's ofie is an umpre
tentioms bie.. The old doetor's oBe iu
but one window, while that of the new
doctor contains two, but more than all
while In front of the ofice of the olI
doctor is a sig painted in plain black
ketter "Dr. Chinr Lin, ofice and drug
w(, the new I doto alflo out ilt-ter
in new sign in da,,llng ri-_
G. ea Sean H drug t; Yaak
the Naturawlly attrated te
the sd eeing the new there
was a tedstream of c.ust ll day to
the offce Dr. Yeak Sen Hon. Men
whbit Dr. ChLng Sing stood maoody
and solitary in his onice, watchlng the
steady stre of ema to his rival.
Whsen a S*rAxoA reporter cralled to In
terview hin, he was standing il his door
way, which was comnpletely fled by his
ample and pompon form, hitting the
pipe. Since Dr. Chuang ing knew no
more of English than the reporter dkl of
Chinese, the conversation was .arcre
worth repeating. But after diligent scareB
an interpreter was found who translated
th, umaauwtmr usiamtLanhm : .
"W ftI do you think of the new docrtor? '"'
The learned doctor's reply was:
"Me mnakee ban sick."
The doctor refused to tell hIow he pro.
posed to snake his rival sick, and woukl
lave no furthler conversatlon oin the sub
Dr. Yaek Sean Hong was foundl .y tIw
reporter attired in a gorgeous suit of imnr
pe,. mnaking up a package of herbl for a
customer. When asked his opinion of
Dr. Chus Sing the new doctor promptly
td'.ared him "*no good.",
"Just say in your paper," said the new
doctor from California. *that Chung Ming
cure smutting at all amld that I cure ever
hlu. I have tree. four hunderd kind
medicine here and cure everting likee
Melican doctor, no be."
The excitemnent in West Galenas street
s uauhatedl, and it is said that Dr. ('hunm
Sing I. marshaling his friends for a feud.
TOLD IN A LINE OR TWO.
Baby carriages at cost at the Bee Hive.
Picture fraues made to order at the Bee
Locks repaired and keys ftted at the
Coumplete line of artridges at Anacon
da Hardware Co's.
Go to Ham for fine work in photo
EKceUlent is the finish of Hllwes's photo
Guns for rent at Anaconda Hardware
Have you mew those fine hanging lamps
at the Bee Hive?
Estes & Connell have received their new
tall mtawk ot elthine.
Gemns and ammunultion at the Anaconda
Pbotogrph in all the latest novelties
at Hawens Palace Sttedio.
For style. good goods and a perfect fit.
go to Emtes C(onnell s for your clothing.
Loaded sheill at Anaconda Hardware
New underwear. over-shirts. neck wear,
hats anid caps, boots and shoes, at Eites
Guuns and rifles at Ana.mndla Hardware
After the 15th inst. Mr. B. F. Mahan
will receive the mining stock quotation-
of the St. Louis market daily.
Ladki examine the D. J. Hennessy"
Mercantile Co.'s fall stock of wram s and
jackets fur street wear.
If you want a good Domestic, Imported
or Key West cigar, go to D. Tietojn's
cigar store, corner 1st and Oak streets.
Estes & Connell are marking their new
stock of clothing and furnishing goods at
prices that will please all who want first
If you want a suit of clothes made to
order call at Eates & Connell. They have
over a00 samples to seleot from. an gu
antee a perfect fit.
Call and see those plushes at a cents at
Eates & Connell Mercantile Co.'s
The D. J. HenneY Mercantile Con
pyleads compettion in men's fine
clothn. underwear and neckwear.
The bIsabtr A& Produe coien
wil u you ottom prices on hay,
rauna t in lar and siall IM.
carry 9 ebr st stock in town.
Th. Monana Lamber & Produce eom
pav r now ru'c.(vimg lare momlum
musa otL. ban . Rock d msl, C ordap
fr faamilyr mi which *bh7 are
In furnmhh to .omemae. at bet
lo mpd. wlcm., L. l ob or If the a
The uaderlumtd, b.vla dl.cmtinumsd
his bu.is.s, bhsqu* autborhiam Mr. N. U.
Marley to clses ll aousteandln bills and
give arleips. for the .We. . Ws.3aa.
Tbhes dvetieemset of D. J. Hennessy
M~rcr aile Co., will remind our lad wed
em that the winter isat btad and it Is
time, to loek around bobfl and winter
-rw e CaIl and leek over their mock.
PARABLE OF THE SAOOVUNG MAN
Tim. wws a astn lm s mhm when
ead a a emanb amd ndd mi tbwmr'
SeLbs and bards. And i sea to e.a
that be Wew as.e.dles Uwlpd ot tib
eld bma dm. ard bnss. t his fath.r i
Oar him i go enas the s.y sor a b.t
omsen. Fer be had bahed wo tlbhe veres
hws ad hb. be ibeaks and t.i. pl.s
bof that said good M smirm albeit h
, I .a, t a bm bh.s..n MLas I)b. ah
tadtr tma tmae sad went rand tbe peM
Mshhsend dko whoop sad In
with a Iod nriste lndsme iv teets-nst
het aiver woe ati nte te of tSe tShi
wherewith thou shalt put on certain style
Nmtike didras an was e ln to het coh
te.t. And wh t over the heeer d of Sa
that ,arose ma d wmde untohto pahi
witbh nlh aied ditr whrop ramd eut
with a loud noise tearr me thed the then
strike didl iur the b~al wihe a vat buri
even s aron tlub over thet bled oi th
Molbt sean h, wher little whileo was a
thwi t up a to and tahe n unto himwen 4g
bose mrun while* yet they ware msianabnr
r the eill th tow ml akwhe wire seh ad
njlsalsa those vy es was tier you
asnd bal h f hart. Hut bN tool
thought mraing, Yet a little whit and
will no up unto the city. and when I at
tbese verily the town shlull be nd witht a
euceedin vvid nadness. So he ares
ard appiced himse.lf diligently unto Ut
old aen's larks and heaedl and sak.
Andii cae. to p.as that the day cauw
when the young mana was to dprt for the
city even as hls father had . And he
was exrceLedin J 1. And the old mam
arose saId akld. r go thou and take the
red steer with the two hind leg of white,
And it shall come to pass that thou shall
drive the steer into the city and sell the
same unto a butcher therein. And thol
shalt take pieces of silver even to the
value of sixteen bits for thyelf and
innkeeper, and all the remaining shekels
which thou rec ivest from th hu tehe,
thou shalt bring unto ne full speedily.
And hearing these things the you
man was Ucst down, even as a hoot-ma.
into the back-yard at the third watch d
the night. the ired steer with two hins
leo white was exceedindllr wild amw
fierce and the way to the city was long
And tke young man arse ad kaid Fate..e
ehoMd. I desire no more to go unto the
city. Lo I will abide with thee this day,
ut the old man warred wroth saying:
Do even as I hid thee else I shall lay m~
band heavily upon thee.even upon that
of thee which is hindermost. and it La I
cnome to pas that thou wilt think that a
rse hbath kicked thee with a swift kick,
14otbeyouar man spat upon his hands
and went forth to catch the steer. Ami the
steer arose and lifted his tail. and fled inte
a far country. But the horse whereupo.
the syoug man pursued did stunmble and
mrl ams Umea even a @g.
And the youns man arose and sat down
in the middle of the prairie and rent hib
clothes, and psured a hodful of coal over
hib head. and would not he comforted.
And it came to Iass that he lifted up his
eyeand bheh the steer eturning unto
the herd. Andl the eunlf man arome and
drew nirh to the steer with a clh, saying:
Thou dumbh brute. behold I will break
every hIone in thy hbody. And the steer
did dtodg the clubt wherefore tie young
man lifted up his voice anr cur.ed. And
they that puased that way anld saw the
young man did laugh him to sorn. And
time youn man arose and fired at the
steer. anil shot him in the shouldcr. -o
that the steer ran ilto a ditch andl broke
his neck even in twaian.
And the young man returwnell lsato his
father and tokl him all the things what.e
ever It had dlone. Aund the okl inan sasake
unto hinm. maying: Arise and comea wit h nw
unto the hbrn till I skin thee alive. And
the yoalng man answered say-ing:
Monkey not with me, I hbesech thee. for
I feel exceeding tough this nitght. Buet
they anree and went imute the barn, aml it
came to pass that tlhe okl nan was knocked
out it the thirty-second round. And it
THE REVISED LIST.
Rallifes I. be Weld In e1lataama Ia the ?4uut
T we Weeks.
Owing to the fact that (ol. Pemberton
will be unabkl to keep the appointment.
makde for hmt by the detnoaratie state
central committer, that coemittee has
been compelled to sake a new list of po
ltical appointments for the mnteetitgs dur
ing S4eptember. felow is the revised list
of the places at which the various speaker.
will addlressn meting, during tlme care
MA43INIWI AWMU TIUII.K.
Miles ty-Ehypfrmlwr I1.
lied lwtgc- 1Ih pllfrwt 21.
Llnvigcltns - 4.tjraur Im.
ltns sas--$Meplrmer 24.
Hei.raa- +lep*cmher 7l.
rl Its-- %tM -4 le~dmbr ht.
4lran'tc `d-/"ull· 7.
Anauims- Meetf rtul r Wit.
PICMHESTIIW A-411 -ItH.
I I ur Iriw11n --$rptrlnlw· 19..
lkuemldt -S..I.emlwl r 2).
It1tt W ! ."Itt111INM th.
SIrrila.hl- N, j.te"Iulwr 24.
ItI'u..y - 14iet..flhh. 2t.
huntr VFrks -$GgR..pteINwr .
Ti.w'unwlu .I ,4. aI.,r t7.
3YI~t4IH:T'I" AI It is 43K N'i..
I'YrnWHT.IN.U HtI4'KrakI A\1s 1 ITr..
1 I14zIlllMI - .i·ttmul r '.'.w.
W. 1. INIKRtMIKTIN.
S~l/ism- -1'(1· 1l· r ZI.
H. 3. ,,ui.CI(
Ed.nWiai. .4ptelnatw r Li.
LICK AMl) Wilki'.
i. 1"I Lncaui), Nejuteimlwr :a.
I1.NAnura., Mepteml~er 1t
r Kt. IMY~t M. 1deluwr 14
lIieat bail. teptenhtwr 21.
Mat. Iteitdilu. 4R14,idwr Nt.
S 1ir i. 34ptnslwr 27.
Hteiena. iHepielflber 24.
) ~ ~ MmIHi.KrEN.
d (lmtlvre. hehtelwr 24.
Tlmher. Meptemtwr 2L P
Ike Quinn is aire and on diek with a
full variety of the good things man want
Ms WNow Malt.
Otto Wommnelsdorf of Stuart has now
approaehing compleion a handasom
dancing blal, which will be thrown ope,
to the public next Saturday. The build
adjolas Otto' premaises on the soath
and I. U1 fleet In dimenaions. T
opeslmoan Saturday eveninl will be cele
1eaed ab • rn hal t whh the puhik
·is ivited. Otto is a tamous boa
and wil o erythlng possmalb to aecown
nadat vilitoers to his popular establishb
MoKiymo Co. wat men Imuord iat.I
to do rarod grading work at nAs uoa.
Wr drillers. Wk and abovele UAO
ýee Apply at camp, seam line Clay,
Brick orkbs oest of city.
The "Okiabogma" saloon on7irtStree~t
make. TMMisk'a Drinks". a pcialty. Whoa
-i k don't bit to drop in and inter
D&UR LODGE GOSSIP.
reion Neahg vii by tae 3.ma.Ue
club- Furramn Mad ma. r arn..
ibh I .awvupandaee o- the $ar n usd.
Datims Looas, I.-The Deer Liulga
Lee arntlc club had a rrnade smee t lt
ot ighbt. The ral leav wasn (hablrs
5. Haemlestauuah of 1 bTmh, can
date fow the legbilaeue. . H. re.viewd Ohe
.apastkus of the rs'agbtwt law to Da"
Laodm county. We nab bad lalte. ral.
teein auescla.., whekew. we wars .srtltem
to twenty, and thao e aeeIur m Iosly at
fre.wd weer demoemal. As an heatane
he cited Plomwe. ThIs precinct wasrn de
cstkc. and they had luen ceampelaed k
go b GarriGon to reglutar. The costs of a
registry arft thee woukl not have
beae over S3UO, whereas It must have coat
the fty-swvee. omen their wbn rerltkerel
SE) at the . rey east in iow. of time anti
exwnmern in going to Garriuon It
regIster. Thme woukl have. hee.
lear mile.'laisat eves. hadl thi. w'lýcl
beent eeteldish d at Gold creak, na waa
between Ploeam eer aed Garrisot. Thli
would have divided the buaren.. As it is
aapest twenty voter. at Piorweer failed to
relgster. Mr. Harnlebree.k hlreasgt dlows
the hots- when I- rnefrme l to tin, aoeti
of (luton A. Moos- and C'. D. Joalynm. ma
phleansnw·ndrhes froen this county it. tw.
last kyrlatun· trying to atendl the hll
on mini- issrnwtor so that no verson but a
native r ho. AnweiCan souki he. mbarine..
. rel o After ctlame, of the soprch no
Mr. HankenhnxaL. the cluh was ae Ire'uar
lyrJohnt F. Heraselton . tswek* Jack " can
didate fr sclrk and mwonke.r. and Tieoeuaa
McTague, candidate for asuseauo. The
club thbes snasl areangreneuta fer a roa
lug recepeice of the Hoe. R. . Smith aen
theHon. W. Y. Peenheeosa next TUeml
Ti.e hauly of D. H. McFarland will noa
arrive until FrPlay nmurls ai. l it will
be interred in the a on o that day.
The Northern Pacific Railruad has con
teted te pre-empion enty of Harry H
Iske.lmeh , uuluer Dver ot .valey
for a part of . otion 9. townIsp 4not
ran g0 west. snd the e takingl ol pm.ul
was hI 1 in time p)roase .ourt telay
The railnrd coettenuds that tde land wa
uanocclpi~l and tno valk fl illng ol I is
180 wlelas the road nmade defloe locration
but this is disputed by Mr. Eckelaon
Anoa.g the witnlemse down on the . ea.
are Bullow Parents. W. H. R. Edwardu
and Thona.. PFoJl, all from the upper
Anaconda sent kdown sthree hable haIld
casnkltto. tdas to atte nd the rally a
(nhamplon to-io hti . IaIn.ely. nylv.s
Hughes, Win. M. Thornlton a•ne John R
Tool-. Ther were nart at D~er L.idge* q
otbher caidklates, ntablyr H. G. Humber
Thou. Me'Tasge. Jn1. F. Brasletone aIs
W. F. hliaw.
onietimne Jsine a permson here owning
ticket i.h the Louisiana State Luotery dlrrw
S oprlfl Oa $100. inuce then .ssly ilanmah
of persns have been buyineg tickelts iL
these lotteries. the essequenee of whirl
is that there has hbaen a onslltant flow o
lnotley from this town to New (rlMeas
In the last drawing. tlai moutlh, thre we.r
three tikketae her which drew pri'es. two
tor which drew $10 each LaId one whirl
drew S1 It iI actually a iamisfortune fo
a permuem In a givenrl plat. to draw a pria
in one of thise lotteries. Every poor per
son In th conmmunity ther, msankkrnly die
sire. to Ilolaen. rich Iby buying tickets als.
all their hardl earin.r gr itmtu tbh. insastiabl
mnaw of theml * gmnhlillem con.cenls. Moe.
tmose-y gre nout of the esaunnlunlaity that
t.as ever rwns hack. Its on is paral-.
with a.r r.enta,. suaker.
VurnIIMll..I rrw.en tn. 1 . Newt) fumntra&'w.I
rooms ie 1. in that n..w brbik bklK. . Iwtrr e.l
Ptr'4 anel i'nrr stnr. . Anweunwla. IErr1lthI.
mww and ftrul-mai'. A Jely toe Mr. Vannny !
IlHenardrso in tIh lemIldlms l.
Nsurow at ri wr ow r o.flmn *etfrrrro.l. In
EVANS OPERA 1101 SE
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
Jordayj, Sept. 23.
KIrgatg.ncatt K.lrtnr.tlnary ! The 4imwttedy
IWapp.Wted by her nun i.mclmwu ma.r , llrlw et
under thr msanag. ia.t ..f mwn. 4 alhdr.
who will pr,.esalt tm.*r snuuirl
tr~ordkc am fulluwm:
UONIIAY K!V.NENIU .
7 RIG RY DA~nL.
WrfIles epreml y for hier by T1.... 4 rven.
T*CMtlbAV KINS 41h.
LOPE AND DUTY.
W'rli lles . F:. ~ljgir rsmmitlsi.
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