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THI BALL PLATCOR TRUST.
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Im ago Ia the loesu. It imomre to be
on, oianlimtlni Is to be called the
UmbI"e emiamm AMOeiaoiea a"d Is to be
m-d. up of briekbba, buffalo. Chkiefo.
New York, Doubou, PntoM, Cleveland
sad Pohisaolphoa. The Indianapolis
hem ins to be tranatered to Brooklyn,
where. it is maid, the aseciaton in un
-ria and the Washington cluh is to
%tale. Deacon White and Jack Rowe
amu to be the high nluls t tbere.
In each city local capitalists arm to op.
orate the teamn focusd andl placed there
Xtbe brothorhood, giving a hand of *25,
for the perfarsuance of their part of
$119 work. Albert . Johnson In the Cleve
land capitalist, and his artive paisicipa.
don In the deal as a onissiouary eauuwd
hIm to be misitaken for Its national Inead.
It bas no national head at this tinse out
side of the oikeers of the brotlherhood.
SThe amoratlon'n officials ame to be
elected this fall.
The players are guaranteed their malar
km at the ISM rate for I4O0 and a share of
the profits. All exi-noes and receipts are
to he pooled for tn<.- general benefit, and
aMe receipts divided equally between the
I The first MOJEIO profita 6I to go Into
primes to be distrihested anmonc the clubs
to first, ftt5M1 to
m!odAWlS¶,touthsrd and ISlXIA to fourth.
(f the first 90OiOU after thim Su 8,1oes
to the capitalists, $10.000 to those of ea=h
club. The next 08UOM goae to the play
trs and all the profits aru pooled half aWn
half. Each player shares equally with the
a.ae clu is to ae .Rov.-.C4t'M a boaqi
made up of eight nen., four capitalists
snd lour plyers, end the main body by a
senate of sxten, each elub having two
ataives, one a player an the
- a italist Each club is stocked
for juer. half of which Ian be hekld by
thepaers T~he t0 is la 00 shares
f $10 each. No known gamblers are al
lowed to hold stock. Of course the classl
leation and the reserve rules with the
preseet mamaaguent, but the 1 t or
~elmriea ~ ug. , er are taken am them
-b-a- for 38I0.
The association is to make and sell its
wn ball. Nearly all dthe work of rearingu
the fabrie as It stands tuday has been
done at Cleveland this summer. A. L.
Johnson has done a fair shabe of the work.
'aptanl FPasts of the (levelands has been
I with it. So has John Ward and Thi
-ast.. Johnson's room. near the Holln
den hotel on Bond street, was the redes
*oua. Attorney L. A. Russell. Johnson's
lawyer drew up most of the papers.
When nished the were set to emeh
leagure club and by the players.
very group but t in Wahington
have si~a d the a ngrenent. A
Burns and Williamsoun have not signed
the Chicag areement.
Among the players who are already on
the associaton's books a stockholders
are Keet and Ward of New York;
routhers and Clarkon. Boston; Emmer
and lasts, Cleveland; Rowe. W hie and
rs. Bufalto; Dunlap and Hanlon.
P.asI~ rg. By this time the Washington
pq may have signed the agreement.
elandd was the flrs to coaplete Its
list. All the 15 men are on the a tremen
and their p Is to engage Tonm o to
manaese Compeent men will b.e
*e.saed at varioua other points.
In a recent interview President Nick
Young of the National lesgee. was asked:
"Do you believe there will be a light be
t*een the players and the league '" was
-F to reeult in an open rupt.rs; but if they
huldit would not afect the stability at
the league. There will be a leasue anet
season whether these mea o or not.
Thee. are hundreds of undeve o play
e throughot the country w wld
form the clubs, amd make the pennant
mee just as UIntereatting as It is at present."
"But would not the public patronilse the
old favorites, no matter what asoaciation
they were in "
"The public wouald undoubtedly go to
see the best hall playing." was the cau
tious and diplomatic answer of Mr.
Young. "The ones who pay for amume
ment would have the rilbt to may which
they would utronise. t ould or naight,
resolve itaelf Into a fight for existence,
and with cheaper layes, a reduced ad
mission price would present itself. Let
me tell you athouh there seems to be
plenty of money behind this cheume, that
there would not be such immenase
divldends to pay as its proenaoters antici
pate. In that event, how long would they
continue to put their hands in their pock
ets? The old uniaon trouble is hd
parallel case for in that a few of the
men left, but If the publis accounts of
this plan are true it involves all. In that
ease there would be no other resort left
the league but to tight themn. The lea.ue
would have in such a fAght brains behind
It, plenty of money, and what is more eo
sential than all, year of experinee. But
as I said hbef I don't believe there will
be a rupture. The league conmttee.con
sistine of Messrs. Day, Spalding and
Romh will bold a conference with a
.comittee from the brotherhood om.ne
time before the annual meeting of the
leaue in November. At that meeting I
believe all differences will he satisfactori
Vram thle Ms. Ies thpublne.
No one who has not visited the country
recently and talked with the people can
realise the state of terror they are in over
the depredations of footpads on the high
ways. They give no outw.ud evidence of
their uneasiness, and talk but little except
when addressed on the subject, yet there
is hardly a citisen now who ventures
on the road after dark with
out being arn'd and readj to shoot
at the senp of a finger. It is, in fact dLan
rerous to walk along the roads after dark
fr fear of being taken for footpads, and
those who do so must be very cielrcunpect
in their actions if they rgrd personal
ety. This is not tobe wonde.ed
at when is is considered that the f e
sueant robberies reported are not more
than half of what have occurred in the
!ounty. Since January 1 it is safe to say
thee lave been 75 cas'e of highway rob
eri and burglaries in the county. and.
tage to eay. only aonse of the dpreda
Ss so ar been caught, and that was
as week, when thecitiseasof Fern Ridge
Prthe nmero Griln. who robbed
ea.l ne onubes Clayton road. While
..e ofleers ar as vigilant as it is possible
Doc them to be, they are too few in nmes.
der to cover the extenswve terriar in
rhieb the footpads operate, and, bdee ,
their edours a.e not seconded by the iti
seas as they should be. In a number of
eases no report at all has been made to
the ofeiers and they have only heard of
them b comnmon report.
S..e Jew aseety Iame...
"I Rev. , the eedet galop, the imperial
gavotte and military areottis.he quadrille
will be favrirs dmes.s mnet winter," says
as ANN""~ In low twdhoa out.
01.w am aml -mai te ga. I 1 mp^o. or
ba *n~a Ingol~ Ib W
~=b~ i=~~k ade.
maw'e in ebs stme forlu snow.m Thnso
"lAes then' 6 bu Ih a emu hrt
"fwlaifc.tfbg tht a haiii« iefld Dy
a nam oulv abowt one peruoM In
U) knows how to exerish the sktew cor
|MLt wilt he the dances of the uppor
teondom this winftr?"
OoThe gorman will, all courm. take
cadence. It will alwa" have Its place
anbCam the society dances. Then there
will L the military Ocbottlhlseh *lkle
polka, the Berain, the diagmnal waltm, tie
Saratoa landlor, the prairie qaoMen ad
the walts quadrille. Tdb" will le the
leading dances this winter."
T-- r . .. . .
SCUPPLE AT THE TEMPLE DOOR.
e.tJgmina ermsg Reekbs em umbwe'tta em
t.e Red ew the Ms gtea's am.
FPren the New York asls.
Os Jewish oMdays the directors of the
Temple Emanu-El do not allow strngers
o enter. as every pow owner Ik ezpected
to be there, and the unsold pews are al
ways leased weeks ahead for the oremaslon
by vlsitors frem all over the eountry.
man. lul Kake e, the son of the msetoa,
was standing at one of the front gates yee
bemen n prre an hour Benjamin Her
so anl his bother, of iJ6 East Eightieth
street, attempted to pass Kakeles at his
gate. ICakeles wouldn't have It, and sakl
ant only memters could enster.
"Mr mother's aa member," cried Benlj
nlan Hesogl, "and you can't keep me out.
I've Rot to see her on partiuelar busi
ness. He attempted to push t.ut
Kakeles pushed bins back. Finally he
grasped Beamin's collar, to bustle hin
out upon tbe sidewalk. HIe at in raied
us umbrella and brought It dowsn with a
thwack on Kakeles' head. Another blow
across the sexton's face came down with
force enough to break the stick. of the
Kakeles let go and Hers.s thought it
best to clear out. He ran up Fifth are.
nur Just as several excited members of
Itle om tion were about to nab bint.
PolicemanPn enne arrested him after a
chase of a few blocks.
At the Yorkville court Hermao, who said
be was an auctioneer, declared that he
bad struck Kakeles in self defense while
Kakelee had b:m by t m eollar. Herang
was bheld in UO bhall for assault.
From the Lartele lwimerass.
We have noticed for sme time past,
with feelings akin to righteous resent
ment, that the self-styled humorous pa
per. of the country have attempted to
amuse their readers by publishing allegedl
extracts from alleged country newspapers.
The country newspaper is not always the
perfection of the ournalistic art but the
city paper also has its peculiar features,
and we trust we may he pardoned for nak
ing the following extract fromn same of
our city echangues:
"Close the saloons."
"Smash the gasng. It would look hbetter
"Must this city always he ruled by
"The vile. venal and vicious Thieves'
Apologist in rushing to the defense of the
public robbers as usual. But nothing else
would be expected of a pa controlled
by a sneak and perjurer. It needs fumi
stitute th·m for the nembers of the city
council the taxpayers would have a better
chance to get value received for what
they pay out"
"An emle of thl paper was arrested
on suspicion b an ignorant and otilkious
policeman last night. Such are the insults
that the force constantly subiects reputa
able citisens to. The police must go."
"We wonder why the mayor chooses to
stand in with gamblers and thugs and
hold himself as a eonstaut menace to law
"Young Mr. Pitchfork, who operates the
esteemeTl Raslk-Deasul,is striving valiant
IL to attract attention. We would s.lggst
that in order to hbe suessful he .lugiat to
iooover Niagara Faill in a harrel."
A IBmaaes free !Magsa.
Vienna digeteth to the ILmntkm Telegraph.
A trial involving circumstances of an
exceptionally romantic character will
con.e before the tribunal of Ragsua next
month. About twenty year ao a imn
ant of the neighborhood of Ragusa, bingtg
no longer able to support his wife, emi
grated to the United States, leaving bhi
better half in charge of the village priest.
From the Lrmst luck smiled on him, and he
was able to send the priest 80 dorinn a
month for his wife. As his position in
proved he inclreatd the amount of hiL
monthly remittanoes, but the rascally
rerrnsrdo only ha.led b nforin a nmout
to the wosan. This went oa for afteenr
years, when this worthy clerkical gentle
man fosged a certificate of the hus
band's death and placed it in the
amnds of his wife, whose death he
likewise certified in a forged doe
u.maent and sent it to the huhband in
America. Shortly aftcrwad he piously
betook himself to Corfu, where be hoped
to spend the remainder of his days in
peace, rejoicing in the remembrance of
bhi good works. Fate had decided other
wise. The unfortunate woman, his vi
tim, was forced to get her living by beg
ging from the passengers of the Lloyd
steamers that touched at RaIusa, and her
husband sought consolation its retuarria.
with a rich American lady, by whoum h
had two children. After twenty years'
absence he resolved to make a tour in
Europe with his family. He visited Parisr
Vienna, Trieste and flnally Ragusa. (hn
landing at time harbor a beggar woman
accosted him and asked for alnus. They
rcoag ised each other sinlultaawoully.
The hgarwonaun was his wife. whomsl he
I elie o have been dead several years !
The priest has been arrested and will he
mtried in Septemnber, when in all probabi
ay RWa t. ... r w*a "S .u ....
Thben was a rrry ancien Matti.
Whbo riharms were dvadftlft dreay.d.
Imeelrred ehr wamudn't be afraid
To Lty, for Met. tm Modern aid.
'ires. youu knew you wouldnu't anonw!
Than amyuibain could rchambe muw.o
IMandegv her muc he yat wigum
1Lr rlY· ·Lr CNIC"u ae reht.t.
Irasounced her mant unojm oa meat.
mtad they werewed-.a, te day!·~
And Irut ad hoer w thy o cay
hrl u~ rrr mbCIIJ~drl
A now 41Bat16 w- wL
A hm9W ll - WSe omhu amomhir bad
Ime oto the a...ad Wh" twoal
9§60641 almstmw ban seloms. the Wood
~stevnWol Bo ami the mt wage wagnt"
Ossml"t In a vseftUSat kA M hO outrkt 01
thfat tew boo Momimotp. Down the bum
that rejuless In the uppheioimes tItle of Pig
aAu the O afhIa m ca.mmsvortr *t aaw
ful vO- of s.1 04 and, with ~ ftum-r
imoul swaiof MlI re>sdoo My hnrli,
i"W|i owq a Ave bar fwe. right late the
nib" of «th stratled atloslms. With a
emlf and a roar the est. beast mMmi. a
bold plunge for At Lawson. the unbhpgr
mompire. who had Just mnmde a dectiion at
Swat has. that dimplisamed hi.s buliship.
Then. as the bull bilekl his pry ml..
by shisnidng up a diatant tree trunk. he
Itrned his attention to the pugmeioum
shortstop, Arthur Pine, pausing for a few
nuonsieita to npay his eomauiimenrnts to the
cowering fnrst hamwntaio, Arthur Wright,
who badr Involuntarily a-munbe an atti
tude of devotion. He then low"red his
horn at Second inwHaman (itega i Shark.
whoe sphidIe shamaksis huat ft tasaglid top
in a doublie Iow-knot its therr Pndnavor to
wrake the high fence i11n halited exprnss
Tte ath street broa. who lhad teen en
lngr their aiings, had likewrie made a
bsty. exit fomn th scene of cdnfliet.
Peller Tom McNetll mounted a tall hay
stack, liam Jounnr yWrlght crawld behind
a fece rail, andl Pete Highlanud made
tracks for the railroad statines.
Blue-shirted, me d white-f.aed
lad were fleeing n directions wit
the wings of the wind which the gayly
dreslsed nukda that lad d
fecer in lieu alfa and stead d shriek
nlg into a near bottling establshmenet.
Sir Dullokk suddenly found himself mon
rrch of all be surveyd. With a revenge
ful snt be dared toward the pitchers'
bho aled tore the groand in a way to comse
envy in the hearte of the twirlers of drups.
andl curves then mrade fr the- Itw~ne plate
and dauhed It o atoms, finally pleastirng
himnelf Ihn the center of tihe diamnuul, bel
lowing for more workis to conquer.
George t'oq. pitcher for the Wood.
stree-t bys, w srs grining by this timne
and oenge of his teritclied comnpatriots hail
likewise regained a suite of eonesr..r. The
bewildered dalnels, disappointel at not
being puraued, emerged fronal their lIkling
place to take a oly peep at the hull teror.
Dan MartiaI, the ow.er of the beast, ap
perse on the sece, and prntly a
whale army of hroy anad young n men,
arnmel with staones, hl.roaatkks. ald tic.
kettles made an onslaught on his high
lneis. This no astonialmed the asimal tmai
he made a hbreak for liberty and with
another wild leap wenat dasiing downr
Wood street to his lowlr manaler.
TOLD IN A LINE.
Baby carriages at cast at the Bee Hive.
Plct.me frmmes made to order at tie Bee
Locks repaired and keys fitted at the
Conplete line of cartridges at Anacon
da Hardware Co's.
Go to Hawes for fine work in photo
Excellent is the finish of Hawes's photo
Guns for rent at Anaconda Hardware
Have you seen those fine hanging lamps
at the ee BHive?
Esates Connell have recelved their new
fall stack of clothing.
Guns and anmnunitinon at the Anaconda
Photograph in all the latest novelties
at Hawes's Palace atudio.
For stle, god goods and a perfect fit
go to Eute Co(eell's for your clothing.
'Loaded shells at Anaconda Hardware
New unlerwear, over-shirts, neck wr,
Nhats and caps, boots and shoes, at Estee
Guns and rlfbe at Anaconda Hardware
After the 15tb Inst. Mr. B. F. Mahan
will receive the mining stark quotations
of the St. Louis nmrket daily.
If yo want good oetic, Imparted
or Key Wenst cigar, go to D. Tiesteln'
cigar ston., cornter Ist and Ok streets,
Eten & ('onnell 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 Estee & C(onsnell. They have
over 3W sanmples to select from, and guara
antee a perfect fit.
(:all and see thoem plumhes at M cents at
Estes & (Cosnell Meircantile Co.'s
ThIe Montana Lumher & Produce corn.
Ipay will natno you hott prices on hay
an ad fred in large antd enil lots,
Thy carry the largest stock in town.
Ladies, -all and see tbose a teal
pluslhu now on sale at the Estes & Can
nell Mercantile Co.'s.
NOTICK OF *LMCTIOW.
There will Iw an elektio held in tie cly of
Anaconrda ss Tlursdlay, the lOth dayI oftath r.
A. I). ISe4t, at whikh there will tbe subnitted t
the aluaifl.ld electors of suail city the questi u as
to whetbler the suns of Y0,.tU0 of the btwnd of the
city of AnaconsIa shall Ie uIsued ullunm the credit
of mali city, to run for the tenu of ten )ea'rs and
to straw per want. *er annuawas on Ieres f
th1 puslrgaS. t sfustruNtiC g e-wersr in maid ity.
The vcIntg ialiaes in the several wards willt b
the same as designated by the county .aemei
slvoers fur the general ertlca on, to we Ild Tus
day, the flrut day of tOrtloer. A. 10. I.te.
The judges anid clerk of Maid electlon will be
the mamen permans designated by the bamrd of
eunsty ssmaInlumsomers to act as such at tin genw
ral election to he -rld Tueday, the flru day of
tOetoher A. I). Ism, w dn the csiy of Anaroida.
Ity oudcr of the (:lty ounell of the city of
C g. I 0a A .. J l sr \ a.
AmrruI 'A% Elt4tAW MuXIu ANDu MU1IJJNU
10. or AnKRICAN (IUIEH. llL % )
114mw (l lTY, Morn?.
Nnllee is h.reby given that at a m. 4Imof Lb.
tnlstecs of maid compny held un the Ant day at
Augu.4. Ion, an aquemteo fl1 of two. .2b sefl per
share was levi ed sapuun 11w e.71 mtal sta~ ofsi
'eittulrfy. ryailde on or hbeh W the I)I hday of
Eh1.ihet. lr. Is , Io. A. King. the teasurer of mald
(.uhglly at t11e lily of Afluiimda. Montana.
Anyrstlrk w hihl meld asmws.nwnt shall re
main u lon tlw uhth day ofI k-.lenr Iwaº.
shalil i.r .delanquet aUl wil ll Iw uituly
vertied foe male at poite aUulau-n and unl-es
pa ynuo so haUl be. made heiwe., will iw solM un
hIim day of 1 k or. Etlw to Iny the delin
qsiwnt assamun~t, togerther wllit the. coals ..f ad
erthlag sad eigwos a of male.
L A. KING.
ANACOnDA, I)Der Lodge Cluty. 'Uray
EXCUCRSION TO WASHINGTON
fio Ortober 1S mad 3, th. Unto PalUer wi
.xru rrssioa tsIlkS toM Waahhtua. 1). C.. at
$76.65 for the Round Trip
rooall a llate IgMotana. 7%.u t1kkt. will
he good toC rorrch Mr bsa amus. ma Oaobe'
ot verrss swed be alo d b' J fot
Msoriv er. l any west of it.
Au Ukekta M h Vales a lo ak w bhe
mady gruad to rt-aw t by way of the Nartbenn
raodse o the Muis bub raIlways If so desrrd.
Uk- rb ass.~ mumhmru
The Estes &Connoll
Lrst ad ls kLMerteut o Lumbwr b
her Udg Cumtj.
LATH. Sct!C43L5CR8 WI-4t)Wa AS4 MO(KJ.tb.
INI.$ ALW.AV I?4 WhW* K.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
r olmd Mmdii., Ammrqamda, bitma..
WOOD AND COAL ALWAY IN SOCK.
WMb. L. HOts, Pes~mt.
WI. Thereto., Catshier.
First National Bank
't 11 10. endedf1 ~l~c
N~ymii en ~asEk mm Pon.e K :.ae
ckaniis draw.vr us 15s400. IKullnberg,
tltame.·*s Ihahils, IkifaM. Part..
Hamburg. her"l ami all tb.
M sdiaag cling at of saope.
HOGE. BROWNLEE I CO.. BUTTE.
W.4~j~ruo&Co.. ew Ve
(Park . l imsabh
(harkaa M arbe ear Loige.
ý" Well.. Parl&o.. D·a Pvmsclms,.
THE ANACONDA NATATORIUN
Im now apes to th e AbUC.
'THE FINEST PLUNGE BATH IN THE STATE
Tb water I. tram thaw. to mases teet deep,
ud L LpL ·I ~p *r tururr
and I. kept Mm. ares teinpu.e
lJerrmdmg haN a fr tal
~Itbs. Wg. s 11.1k TIek~ess, ý
art4. u b klu fIu the M ::at H l4d.
tiW). H. IAVAIUK. Mawyer.
Anaconda Livery Stable
U. G. BWOWtEI.E Poramawlrom.
Buggies. Saddles and Horses
A.. progwi.e w of Pawr .t a ga.md Et.
pr Ua.. (one. with
Osc -..d st. PFkta .ta. Aumeamia. Ne
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11 TIlE. JVWrIEI CII clcii T 4W ANACE)NIiA
I alo hp. In the. rotN tt of Ihor I4rdr.. tent
toryr .Aountana. Itoura ]. J. Fit k'C . Jua
U.... of the Piemeew.
vermin ALaI ttntawtu
Tb. P'e pl of the Territory of Monta. I. th e
atsr.ýwerm d defendaaat. £re...Ua
1'gu are k" 1ry suarUInam to bt Md apIear
berar.- .M. J. Vat Putrtik a Junlr * the
Pen.. hn and for the .runty) o Iltwr lij e at
My v."'. In Anaimlad. on Ttucerl.a . the nth
oft etlr A. ID. 1*69, at N1 etkwk a. t. ofsud
day. o within tau days threreaftr. then and
thenr Its make answer to the awmmplaM of Frank
Newkirk, the alwnrenag.".l p4aimtt. in a .aivl
aetkLe tr meurer the satall ra twenty ahp gllarea.
far resat If nrom furulrhel yurn at yneaor ap..eiai In
"ama... :uud regauuet Iiry plaintiff tfrnm Juea mflh.
tooº. toi Aguti (uIftah. 1... and In dl.4aat thern.f.
jeo Ilpagent will he. rendered a ng& you. Vrttz
It alir. tim.h ahuae-nanslt del.ad few the sum
.4 twertet' rent dollars and .vests of suit in WIe ta
1h earn uua4er my hand this lPith day .u d eptem
her. A. 3'). $ 1. M. J. YITZ PAT~itEK.
Jusrtge of the PeCse.
7 iiHE BES7 SIERIVICE.
The Rocky Mountain Tekgraph
Company has direct commnvicatiou
with al p'oints East and West. The
service is prompt and accurate.
THE REVIEW OFFICE.
Main and Secon S 'Srts
BY EXPRESS I
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Shown this season by any firm in the city.
Ladies Intending to Buy a Nice Dress
will do well to call on us and inspect them,
before purchasing elsewhere.
A'I..PECTFr UL . Y,
M. S. ASCIHEIM
Marriage is Not a Failure!
Thot if ya are marid and stivles io Amaeamim and beyain yaw NOV ..% ISh
ANACONDA HARDWARE COMPANY.
Who are always to the frost with a Pull U ad (Coasee u aeIm~e as pelea bla
,to salt. We Lurh this week ·a fsoi hlM of
Hard and Soft Coal Burners and Wood ;atner
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