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LATE NEWS FROM
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in@b AmS- Fbe Ab.5...na
DVruM, OOt. $.-A teIiblse aeecdent cc
sewed this morning about 4 o'clock where
k James O'Farrell. an employe of the
Anaconda mine. wiU lose his life. O'Far
rmlL who to a utout young Irishman. of
about N year. of age, was basting in the
mine at the time of the accident. Hle bad
Slihted three charges, and all of ten
failed to go of. O'Farrell returned to
light them when one of the cbarguie
maturely discharged while the unfoti.
mats miner was almost standing ovwet.
He was blown several feet, and win
picked up was found to be matagiul in a
umAt horrible manner. Fro~m the abglo
maa to tUe top of his bead was an alpank
sasles mansof bruised and blackened
SeMV TA=US bole was driven into J*
skull Just above the right eye. Stone*be
\ aue of an ordinary bean are emnbedded
Into bin anna, fac, and body. The nan
fortunate man was conveyed to the Sim
ters' hos|iital imnmediately after the acci
dent. atn is now receiving every attention
which kidess and *kill can suggeot, bt
It is doubtful if he will ever recover.
O'VamyU is unmarried. He bas one
* brother here who is at hia betsoide coun
Doe Gleason, who was so badly burned
in the recent ban tire in this city, Wa0 to
day repurted to he dying at the Sistes'
hospital. A reporter of the STAN0AM0
visied the ward where Gleason s* ayrs
and found him still llvinu but *ufferrg
most Intense agony. e unforturA
man's whole face and head is one n of
blisters. His bandsi are literally burned
to a crisp. His eyes are completely closix.
Gleason has been delirious almost con
stantly sinee his removal to the ho-k"al.
The opinion is Civen by his medical
tandant and friend. Dr. Johnson, that he
ean at live 96 bowe.. Word has been sent
to Gleason's father, who lives in Malone,
Poar Uleason was a geneal ravorte
with Mhs who knew him. He was a gen
ial, wbh.aled ladividual who had a
ehsery word for every eN with whom he
eane in contact. He was burned, it wir
be remembered, b remainin Se on in
Dr. Johnson's houe on Wonuei Gn$q
steet. A mac who earm out of the b.ild.
hag almost a thie uame moment au le-
son, uncnd hurt. But Gleasson -
eeved f o fl ame right in the fae,
Sand though he pasaed through it in a ne
meatn the resul Is are likely to prove Atai..
Gleason himself did not think he was so
badly burned at the time, as a few ma
ments after the accident a STANDAD re
porter enoountered bim in a drue store
seeking some remedies. Gleason maid be
eIlt ·ret pein, but did not anticipate any
erious enults. His face at this ·tle wa
oevered with encrruous white blisters that
have since spread, until now be is totally
auecogniseble. He has no relatives in
this .it or state.
T e i* ff-r-Oftnrivalry just now betwtee
oftbedifferent fre alarm mysteems.
rlnerlthe man charged with at
tempted incendiarism, was this afternoon
brought before Judge Newkill and given
the statutory tinm in which b plead, anad
It is likely be will appear again beforet
Monday. He bha engajed Frank R. ('or
bett, otty *ttoMey, to defend him. I.wF
vioU when brouglit into court was badly
Ifrigtened. though accop*anied and sup»
rounded hy an awmy of poiUcemen.
Colonel Sanders, "the war horse," -t
bers on some real estate business.
Mrs. Shaw wife of the Proprietor of
Gold Boo g iendina is few weekA in'
Ca a or the henefit of herbeltb6 .
Samuel Morgan assaulted oe -Ir
Doe, and was fined $10 and costs.
The fine new Hibernian.. Hall In Osmo
treville I approacblin ebmpletion. It
will be occupied by the Walkervillif (M»
teryill, and Butte braebCes oe tha
bl nerlt Wum was today rast to
Springs asylum i custody fUnder
I1 Tames. Wilsom bhas been coma in
e lrl elee last Sunday, and his m
e o be ompleelr unbalanced.
"eordu Foter lces In luxury and idle
esm with a woman oe Galena street. Last
iaght be ot angry and kicked part of the
house down. It ces him 0B to eqn
the police court.
Patrick O'Lartey has iled, notice of
water location in Lttle Camp ertek.
John Hughes, Mike Nevin, Mike
Bughes. have Sled notice of i ou of
Lasti Chance lode claim and Butte 9
lode clalim In Camp Creek distrist.
Michael O'Dona ue has iled notice of
looation of IPro Trade loJe claim in Sum
mit Valley district.
J. . Prow.. has aopld for I e*e 'a
administration in thb estat of Jo
Hootman. The estate is worth $1,546.
George H. Allen of Basin Gulch, today
wg ranted liBnase to mar Miss
Glfeon of Baeln Gulch. As anl
re of age.
Goruh Boornerae o a
South Hugsttebaealicense tory Ma
MOYLAN HAB SKIPPk).
asIe Smth I. Lytas t a P-eeartsea OCr
dltl.m PImes the Asmeult Upm. Mlm.
Spe.l - to ese smeLerd.
Burrs, Oct. .-Readers of the STAoD
ARn will remember that on Sunday mori,
lg, September SS, Mike Smith a
eemsidi in Centmrvill was met upos
Centervie saloon by a gan of toughs,
headed by Wilisam Marlan, a eshit Ooe,
and kicked until bhe became leetable.
Soure spectators interfered or Smith
would have been kicked to death in k few
moments by the brutal toughs, who app
S parently bad no other caus for the as
eanit than that Smrith refused to drink
with Maorin, the leader of the mun.
nmith was sent to the Slterm' hoaplil. It
was found that his right arm bad been
broken in three places and his face cut
and bruised in a horrible manner. To
nlght Smith is in a very precarious be
dison, a blood vesel in the injured'aasn
'having turted two days aso. Ho was
very weak wlroe seen by a STANDARD ie
porter toUnight. He seays that te gang set
upon him without provocation, and that
he was knocked down before be knew an
amsult was Intended. When be fell
to the boor be was k
a d beaten bIe ye by o
the cwuo ould a blow at o.
&ml ~~ro' t . John smith, an emplde
o . Californ a amint, who was statse e
star in Nevada for three terms was
gr oe and is now at his
b 's edewsd. John omnplains
madner in' which the authoritlee
treamd Mike's assailants. It inm
that after the a.t saut was om
Pat RSheehan. an eye-witanes of the
swre out a warrant for the arrest of Wil
am Molan. This warrant was dror
Son Monda and placed in the bhands
of the herif, but notwhiat ing
the ftat that Moylan was -
I oud in his umsal haeans around town no
eaoe mseems to have been mad. to street
him ialy em Thuansay at ano
havb-- enr--t- i was n--tt
o - -wdrtor ameid iw e ems
WM br now& Inh VIM a~th
john Smith t heIl asmbmitisa
have beI ~ s~eaeamsin. allowing the
iiwiscopmes to not awav so um.OW. This
in is~ai ubmed by insy othwm with
tam -r.000101ew . Mike i.a
poweru b=UtIriabrous in the rinm* of
lifts *ndUtt bhis tervible tniurtes nave not
mm ulted ftataly alrma. is morw to bhi
cxtraaudiaau uyndurmimee ha to tha
22"utnw.4 ofbhi. Injuriem. Job- Smith
says be will ~tay In Butte until every man
who was a party to the amasult was been
bunted down and punished.
Uueeml of . the tlttandON
Bu ra. t et. -Delow la todyr a as
WIltur v. Nuden.ý to LR AIM C.
Fºerner wifeofW. ý F ~Erf~. quit
to ulesq No~ ts .5~
Jolia A. to 3.hmgm NM ..uum.
k* No4.4=06 addmidi totea mmO
Jos. IL Hamer t atl to John Cruow hit
ý'f .boc1. autetown tt . SE
~··a to du
yWii . in ua with ma or.
e 4m ls., NIm.im.. sr
it r $ sa s* catpr iagthe urtas
·raý o f Lb. Ilk"" kit~e elam..:... W
F.- A. 1wr et al to Wilbur P. Nan.
de. kgt 07 7.3 a r, w. fort kit s is
blur gar Pfutt. towns ............... to
Thorn 1). to Win. Kane, mouth
bdff of Mtrim r.upratlmg the mir
Ae oftom. kilo clati..m.... aIm
sf exepattw of octate oI Julia
Bennle kw ith to Jnes it. Jacobs. >
.e uixteeath interest i LaIe Lar
lode Cla ............... Mm
i Peter Hanoen and wife were greatly su
~rimaed and gratified at the arrival of a pair
of twin boys at their residence east of the
Rattlesnake last Thursday. Mother and
bidren are doing well, but Peter is some
what auased.-Missouls Item.
A prime fight to a fnatab was arranged
for Sunday evening between Gordon and
Syff, who are said to he very clever in the
manly art. It was to have occurred in
SMissoula, but owing to some bitch
the proeedingsa was postpamaed.-ir
Mr. Frank Bela will ship fromn the Fort
nton tock yards to-morrow about 2,500
ld o mutton wethers. This shipment
,h 600 head belonging to Ubby i Mer
rill and Charles S. Gibson will make 7,800
head to go from the Benton stock yard
.toorrow-thirty-five double-deck ear
d-Is.- er Pres.
Mr. Clam. S. Gibson drove a herd of
mutton wethers across the bridge from
the east side of the river yesterday. The
sheep will be loaded at the Fort Benton
stock yerds to-morrow for shipment to
Chicago. This herd and 2,.00 head of
Libby & Merrill's sheep make L.0 head
that will go away from the stock yards to
pt*arow. This shows what kind of a ship.
aPld point Fort Benton is.--wee'r Pre.
B. S. Clark of New York city has heen
a~nding a few months at his sheep ranch
near Choteau. Mr. Clark has arranged to
connect his domn or more winter sheep
camps bni telephone, involving about
teen miles of ware. ly this arran
pnt, in ease ora storm, it will he known
a oheadquarters whether all bands are
sfely housed or not and help sent whore
nedsd. Mr. Clark leave. this afternooa
o~ the Manitoba railroad for his eastern
heue.. Next year be proposes bringing
him wife with him and vitting the Noa
spark.-Or Falls .ader.
f ti to the grea coke camp of Coke
wll repay the visitor. Nearly the em
tije plant of 80 ovene i now in sueeSSful
o0eraton and turningout large shipments
o4 the product every day. The washer is
nw in operation and does good work in
rimnoving impurities from the coal. New
edl ovens are charged with the coal
treated by this concentrator and saisLfa
tey results are anticipated. It is expected
that by this improvement to the com
npy's works, coal hitherto unfit for coke
i4purposes will he utilised and the qual
i* of all the coke produced will be mater
lally improved.-Li.agstone Naterprise.
This afternoon Joe Solomon, the man
ge of the new street car line, gave the
and county offcials, the newspaper
n and a few prominent citisens the first
on the new line. On the eeeond
Joe gave the children a ride, which
njoyed. The ca rran very smoothly,
s . all expresed themselves very mveh
with the line. The stables were
vasited and found very convenient.
Sears rwill commence running on re
r trips this evening to the 10 o'clock
tln. Mr. Solomon is to be congratu
ted on the enterprise be has shown, and
S lcb gives issoula a regular city look.
Tbe Glasgow Here.d says in its last Is
~ae that through the carelessness of ho
theo county of.clals poll books were not
nt to Smith's ranch, a precinct in the
Jte Rocky mountains, by which 17 vot.
r were deprived of their riFht to vote.
We desire to exonerate our county clerk,
well as set our esteemed contemporary,
Glasgow Heswo. right, by explaining
t the poll books were first mailed in
4u time to reach that precinct. A gentle
who came to the paotofmee for the
ooks, teleraphed that they were
sot there. A dispatch was immediately
Went telling him that the books had been
stalled but that another set world he sent
by the evening express. This was done.
*till another set was sent later by a rail
niad conductor for fear those on the ex
press might he carried by the station.
And again a fourth set of books was ment
through the mail. It appears that neither
one of the four reached the hands for
*hleh they were intended. How it so hap.
peneed we cannot say. but we do know our
ununty clerk attended faithfully to his
tram O(lm a Week.
Mum. True Genteel-Good morninllnMr.
(?rneos. Going to New York to do a little
ni., G Caroeus (whose husband has
it stadard oil, and acquired ukdden
ebhs)-No. I've ust re.turned. I bought
4 nice Rubens this morniurg, and I de
thret when I called at mr husband's of
be toldInme he had hougbt a Rem
Sthe Clothir sI PlSerde.
aIlMd e shirt std auto another.
"It seeus to me. my dear twin breuhert
Te ge r we hnad bee eomsote
Per. by y mlp, we've a i a hstoe."
RAY NAMINLTON ISU WA.
see was o ter".. /. t da. . was
n- .. r e.... m.O
ns .m sa il of abi a
RamdI-sm aslam.t hs wles to hawe Sha
msan ama'l.rd mhease b hs ia this
st.e. h iss mN M diSve .s ea tum m
arlewmar. htat fr amutmed at s ,th mtar
I .g centrast e the h e -- .am-d.
The pait wo am s Judge pa._
tl uemdw upaan ap .. ties m w
hlws e. s oshe was oh/sral
aims wasn met i -. tee and a.
eanr e. January 17. UaUe. ln demesbims
hiameif, hae ae tht he has hee..r a ehilesa
oathlis stafteSF and that hm owin
The defeIdaat, he sate, has ea olt
sen of New Yo "tbut l now tesaorn
ly absent frumt state." She Is in jail
o llowina this, HamUito. declare. that
his conaseat to the narriau was obtained
throurgh the defredant's repres.tations,
isa Marel " Ua that she was shaout to be.
come a mssather, and that the child was
his. In the same pear. Deeenber 17 and
Janasary t6, ho received letters from the
defendant, who was at Elmnant reoesnt
Ing that .hoe bad brensalolivend of a hilid.
On January t. the day before the mar
se a female child was presented to the
~urM -- Mat
The tco nalunt then goes on to s ate
that the relations existiny between Hamil
ton and the woman prior to the marriage
were much that her wewmeentations mtg
have been true. "These ruprementations'"
he may., "were made the defendaa t
with the intent that the nti might be
lieve them and might he indured
to marry her, well knowing that but for
these re-pesentation plaintiff would not
have married her."
Hasiltos esay that he has now good
and ultfi(ient reasons to believe that the
repmeentatlons were falle and that the
ebild was foisted upon him by the defend
ant for the pr of inducing him to
nmarr her. t was in August of this year
that he flrst learned of the deception, and
he states that since that discovery he has
not waived any of hib rights by cohabit
ie with baee.
Thl followr a statement, made on in
formation and belief, which may explain
why Josh Mann and Mrs. Swinton were
taken out of the Tombs yeste.ela on an
oreer from the district attorne s oftfeo
and bad a long smsslmn with Inspector
Byrnes at police hsadquarters. It has been
asseverated in newspaper repprt. of the
case that Evangeline was married to Josh.
and that there were reports that she ba
married anotherman still. The reporters
were unable to get any proof of this. and
Mr. Hamiltan appears to he murb in the
same ftl. HS. complaint say "that at the
time of the celebration of the marriage
and prior thereto the defendant had a bus
band living, and that on January 7, N18A
the former marriage was still in fore.'
But Hamilton says that he has not been
able to obtain any of the details of the de
fendant's former . Heprays
that it he should suereed hereafter In oh
taintne them he may he allowed to insert
them in the complaint.
The rest of the papers consist of three
arldavLts. One is from Joseph Kuns
mann stating that he has been unable to
make personal servic, on the defendant.
another from Edward R. Vollmer rcitn
the trial, eonviction, and me.tencin of
Mrs. Hamilton at May's Landing. and the
thrd fromn Mr. Kunsmana descrihing a
visit of his to the prisoner at May's Land
ing when be was informed that she was
soon to be taken to the state prison at
Trentton N. J. Mr. Kanmana's visit has
already been destred in the B)u.
It was on thie sthreb of Mr. Kusmann's
testimony tlhat Judge Patterson ordered
that the summons be published in three
papers an this city and that a bop be
mailed to the delef.lant in the e .unt Jaill
at May's Landing, and another addiessed
to the state prison at Trenton, N. J.
Josh Mann and Mrs. Swinton were
taken to the Tombs after their long talk
with Insetar Byrnes. The inspector
bad nothing to sray concerning their visit,
but t is uposd that the nterview was
hakl in the lntesest of Ray Hamilton.
SUICIDE AT SEA.
Am Insma n Passeser em te Steaere Ame
trmais tetes ImsO.
Prom the aNa Frameis.o Chroeacie.
The steamer Australia arrived in port
last evening, seven days from Honolulu.
She brought S8 passengers in the cabin
and 18 in the steerage. There was one
less in the steerage than the number
which left Honolulu, U. M. Putnam hav
ing killed himself on the passage with a
large carving knife.
He was a married man, living at Hono
lulu. where his wife now is. He was em.
-rded aa bartender at the islands, and
obtained a vacation to visit his rela
tions in San Lula O(hspo county. While
making his preparations for the trip, P
nam. being of a convivial nature, drank
more than was good for him, and
when be went on board the An-
tralia he was coasklerably under
the Influence of liquor. For some
time after the steamer sailed he was not
seen on dleck. On last Monday afternoon,
however, he appeared, and his friends no
ticed a considerable clange in his looks.
His eyes were wild and hGi face hard
and his whole demnenor indliated tTat he
was lahoring under some temporary lu
sion. He took a turn about the deck; then
drew a large carving-knife from under his
ent. He stood facinr the people on deck
for an Instant, a horrible grin distorting
his features; and riving vent to a shrill
laugh he plunger tnhe blade into his abdo
men and through his baody.
The suicide fell to the ground in the
throes of death. Putnam was buried from
the steamner on last Wednesday evening,
Captain Handlette readin the burial ser
vice. The dereased was 43 years of ago.
and a native of Massachusett. He leaves
his mother and a brother in Man Luis
Tarn Playe.s DMImeinLk
From the an FVmra*timo Cihrwcle.
Judge Rix dismismed a large number of
Chinese y..tcrtday who had been arrested
fr playing tan. He annunued that un
der the deuision of the uuperior court and
of Judge Lawler it was useless to arrest
or convict the tan players unless they
were carsbt in the actual operatiot. Con
acuntl arll the prieoner. were rdi-,
charged. This leaves the hiwese free to
carry on their games behind closed doors.
A Jedge o Art.
From the rome Aentliml.
Bobby (to his sister)-Is Mr. Lunkxbed,
your be.u, a Judge of fine arts?
Miter--A very good Judge, Bobby. But
why do you ask T
Bobby--Oh, be told me last night that
he was going to get the man who painted
your portrat to paint his house.
From thl YeakmLrs masemma
"What arse you doing now ?"
In with 'the greatest show on earth.'"
.You don't smar What partiular line .
"I go up in a balloon and jump down
"You do that a the eonluson of the
pe atormar I o n upiorn
"O no; lo ago that juOmUp
urg at a ec-lsion w rras
w0p a m of of
-.a wshlml hbe.. the e
Uraited stam hLad mlyr me a- s .em
wte- K wan ems Nod the aM ethe
wm of th was a
ta want. The bAmrwt. ot tas. Me.
brash mad Daeaaa hav e dlp dm of.
mLeek f the Ugrea Amur teaa dsemr, raor
Ire.. One. upon a 6tme larg. pstilmma
at be laterior of AfAr were bte
1 to he ad and meuk.i
vabe. Now we Ierne that the as amtiut
hd and well populatsd. The interior of
A.a6"all. has be·ee as a awful
o ofa a howiag i, dest.
t.e t water and of alanal or vegetati.
it.. IT llusion I. nw being rapily
dlispelrd. Recent e, o.pem .port that
Inner Australia Is no Saha.an wast. and
hat, tlaough unin.habitedr , c.smppo a
are. p ation. There are Ip..-Ino.,
large 3ts, and also t sraco of 6rts
precious stoiaes. A north and month rail
way Is now heing ikade through the
center of Australia. and doubtless with its
comsup.tion the last trace of the dreert
will vanish. The Iron horse is a wosuber
fual dispe4ler of illusioen of that kind. The
truth is, that there are ast resions in
Anteries Asia aad Australia which are
harren froen the standpoint of prtmitive
and igenrant agliculture, but which.whcn
taken in hand by the ed.rattedl farmer of
the pemeent dayr. with hbi inmplements, do
velop Into fertile tiiets and pa.tures.
A Mnrakl pip, thr, umnthn old. lel w.re a
euflar. no ýuim, on t. A Ubtral reward wUll be
gtv·re thr i tum ofu the dUg to its ownu.
Jaume M. Moor, pI.tmaser.
*CITY BILL * POSTOR*
ADVRtTIRKIt ANID IltThItUTnK.
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EVANS OPERA HOUSE
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ONE NIGHT ONLY O lT 10
The Comedy Kve.m f the tskio.
* * RJSSELL'S
Orand Faho fr (om pandow, swma.Us
Havmin Justr cosed eue of the .mot ph
Brus utmeuetr 1v `er aLt,·d ýat
*Prametaeo, with the
-CHARLIE * RE•D.
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