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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE n, 1890.
SLASHEDWITH A KNIFE
kCrowd or Flnluders Engage in a^Fierce Fight With Serious Results.
Oneot the Rioter* Cut In a Ter^^rible Manner Escape ot the^Man Who Uaed the^Weapon.
Uvtl^' StamUrd's S|^vUil Wnr.
Urn1. ^Iimr In. Tin- KinlaiKlixli Million^on UmM 1'urk Ktn-i't. wliifli liim Ivwti llir^wo in- ^f inorv MaMAMMH ami^ham-hiimhI tli^- polki- iimh* troubb'than^all tin' otlirr joint* in tin- fity, fiirniKlii'il^amitla r m'liKalion to-iutrlit. I'or a i oii|ile
nfaaajratkm aaaes baa 1^ HMIaHpa
ilrililU.ii lot of Imlf rivili/i il Tin* Bfbo^liavc Imm ii .|iiarn luiir ali 'iit all tin- tinu-.^To-nicrlit tliiv ill|M^ri'^l in a fn i- fliclit au.l !^nix of tin-in wen1 arti'^t^'^l ami rrli-uwil j^on IhiiuK. Tonlay lin y forft^it^Hl tlifir j
Umiirami to-n iirht uMtaatoati to per |
clirati-the ma) liy anotlii r ilrnnk. How^tin- fitflil Ix-jran or wlmt tlif i-aiiM-^of tin tronhlc wu^- ic not known, lint
aharrihh- tttrlit piirimvI. Iniriiiff 111^- ^
Inaaw iulm naanaaaai aaaa1 ^ aaiafi with
fearfulclliTt on John l.iiuictnan. ^ Hlii i r^Amli'rsoit wan near hy. and. m-i inn the^rmtil running out of 'I^' ^al^^on^ mi^-^najcttad ^oaietoiM ^raa wronir ami bill I (ad^to tin- aaaoa. wSaaj ha arrival. !^^^ found
Liuiioiiiunxittiuir on a i hair with tin^liloml ruuniiiit in torn in- from innntncra-^lile wounds. Several other Kiln* Moml^alKiut hint ap|^urp|illy indifferent uImmiI^till' matter. (Iffleer llonovan al^o a|^-^IKun d ahoiit tins time and tlx- two pro-^lirtilorK ami a ootn^le of liyatamlerH^were pl.Hiil under arrest anil taken^to tin* county jal. Uw tinman^was MM lo the eity tail, and Dr. Nor-^eroMN kuininoniil, who onlorctl hint re-^moved to Koine other place where he^eoulil reeeive better care.
I'lNtnexamining l.inneinan the iloelor^found a frightful wound on eaeh urinjimt^below the elbow, another nil the duck of^the head, one MM ^he hack, another on^1 In xhoukler and one hand almost mi in^two. l.inneinan wuh removed to the Clar^^ence Iiuiim' in the eastern |w^rt of the city.
Afterdoing I he i lining mMMa^^capetl through the rear of the Hahmn and^has not Im^^^ 11 seen since. ^ tllicers started^in pursuit and visilcd hi* house on the^hill. They leurued that he hud boon then',^washed tlie IiIikmI from his clothes, ami^then left.
Itif doubtful if he will M caught, at^leant for Home time, as the l'illlanders^arc not unlike ('liinamiii in their con^^tempt for the laws of this country.
Anothertrait in which they i-choiiiIiIo^the ( hinew, ih ill iM'iug very s^h reliv e,^no matter how Hcrioiis all oIIcIihc one of^their nuinlier may commit, when placed^upon the stuml the others gem-rally do^not hesitate to swear absolute ignorance^and ii'sort to hcIiciucs to weure the re-^leasc of the one uiiiimiI.
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CONDITION OF THE CROPS.
slatl-l 1. a i lit tin us i.alto i.il lo tile tilll-^rrnmcllt vi.mil 1.1,01 line l.l 11 ill.
\Vv-l(in(.roN, June 10. The statistical^returns of June to the department of agri^^culture include the preliminary estimates^of the area of wheat, Isith spring and win^^ter, and the condition. While several^states increased the urea of winter wheat^last autumn, a heavy reduction by plow^^ing ami planting in other crops is re-^IMirtcil to replace the winter wheat killed^ill Illinois ami Indiana, and lo a limited^extent ill two or three other states, hits^reduced the acreage in every wheat grow^^ing state of any prominence except Kan^^sas ami 1 iregoti. The per ceiitages repre^^sent the actual area now growing, in^comparison with the acreage harvested^last year, ami iiii hides all that was^sc4-dcd last fall except what wan replaced^by other crops. The general uvcrugc is^BiaSa llcduction s s |M.r cent of last year's^winter's wheat. The |*crcciitag^*K of the
principalvtatoM are as foliowi*: Mew
VorkI'cniisylv auia .'*^^, Virginia .'T,^tieorgia ^s, Texas ,7a, Kentucky ,'M.^^ ^lno . '.'^. Michigan Mi, Indiana ^^'^^. Illinois
7i.,Missouri .'^., Kansas Lull, California^M, ( Irogoii UH,
Allincn ase in the acreage of spn ug^wheat is reported except in W isconsin^and t'akota. The percentages arc: W is-^coimin .''7, Minnesota I.Is, Iowa I ^1, Ne^^braska l.U'i, Dakota* There is also all^itioreiow in Colorado, Washington ami^the territories. The general iH-i-eeniage^la l.ltlK Taking w unci and spring w heat^logelhcr the percentage of la-t year's^linaillh is Mm, showing a net loss of^nearly one und threeipiarter million^acre*. Tin'estimated urea of iNH^i was^:tSLiak*i.'i!i arres.
Thecondition of the growing winter^wheat has dcchiied from .sn to .7M since ' T~^IBM l-t of Mav.
'Tin-condition of w heat in Indiana, I 111- ^.^nois anil'I ^-xas ri^u.aius at the same low j^ilgiire ot last month. Iiechue is upiianuit j^111 Mn higau, Missouri and Kansas, and !^nearly all ^southern states. I'laiils an' I^generally thin on the ground and lacking^ill development. 'The averages are : Sew i^Vork I'cniisylv auia ^^^, Virginia. s7, 1^(icorgia .Vi, l exas s7 Tciiiichhcc fc*, Keii-^lucky ^^,t^hki ft. Michigan M, Indiana;^^si, Illinois i.i, Missouri 77, Kansas Mn, ( al^^iform.i si., t ircgou Wk
TollowuigMa some of the spring vv heal^percentages of condition . W iseonsiii hj,^Mitmcsiitu ''7. low a ''.'i, Neluaska K^^, Ita-^kota Mli. ^ olorado !^. Tin'average of the^entire spring w heat lili adth Is Ml'The^re|Nirt^il area of oats is \tf.f. comhtioii^ss.s. The iiri'ii of liarley Ms.l, condition^*.4. Tlir iiri'ii of rye Mt^.:^. coiidilioti h'j.;i.
Thearea of clover fan.*, condition 'T..KI.
. Mm RgMai UMaga
Svsl'i;\M tsco, June In. Ilarrv Me-^llride ami Trunk Larue, waiters, ipial-^reled over agirl, adjourned lo the QaMI^(^ate club and fought, w ith three ounce^gloves, three rounds. Mellride was^kii^m'k^sl out, the li|.mi.I |Hitiring from his^cure, nose and mouth. A physician was^called w ho Maid that a blood vessel hail^Im-cii broken in Mcllride's head and that^hi* would probablv die. I^irue was ar^^rested.
Sinfn IM isi i). June in. Harry Me^^llride, w ho wus badly punished in a bru^^tal glove light with Trunk lairnc at the^'^olden (iate Athletic club last night, dud^this morning. Ijirne is under arri'st.
Sixtywarrants for the arri'st of MMtap^lorH of tin-light are out, but w ill not Is^si i v i d until the result of the autopsy is^known. (*reut excitement prevails in^pugilistic circles
S.crctary Jamison, of the dohleii (.ate^club. Trunk Jones, a director, and Joseph^Ihiwi rn, Tim Mi-druth and John .hu l,^seconds, have liei'll aril'sted.
ISaNFlivM isi ii, June In. 'Tin supreme^court of ( uliforuiu Uxlay reudere^l a ilin.
ionn versing the judgment of the lower^court grunting alimony and counsel fce^^to Surah Alth^-a Shuroti in her divorce^rim1 against William Sharon. The al^^leged contract of marriage ,,n w hich she^Itaaetl her claims wus dccluntl by the^United Statescireuil court in Ikmij to lie a^forgery and therefore null anil void.
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Ibis.Philadelphia, :^, New link. ;. errors.^New Vork. j, Philadelphia, ... halli lles, llilllllii;^Ion, Cross anil Kis-h-. Irani' anil \aiiKlin. inn^pires, Klit4;lll, Junes.
Tirisiii in., June 111. 'The Tittsbnrg^HrothcrhiHMl club won the game this af^^ternoon by Hit|M*rinr Held work and op|sir-^lull, batting. Attendance i.hiii. Scon':
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Mils.Plllsl.iils li, i Illl'llllii II. el nil s, Pltlshlil^^i. t'liii-iigii ;^. hattcrii's, i.iiiuiii mill ILustim,^llalilnin ami Tancl; niiipires, IIiiIIh ii ami T'ei
Himi ik i. v \, June Id. Van Halln n w as^the hero of to day's llrolherhiMHl game.^Attendunce UBJO,
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Mils,itiiMikivn ij.lt.isinn 7. pftura, HnMhkljm^^.. Baalaa naMftira, Van ll illn n ami Kins^lea. i.urn inn ami Ha .ii Mi 11 hew aad (.uaaiag.
Miri vi.n, June 10.-The Hisons easil.v^defeated the ( lev eland lirotherliiHsl team^this uftertliMin. Attend.nice ,K^I.
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Mils.linn.ii,. it.11. in.in,i l man, Mgala i.
halleins. heel.- ami Mark, ItakH) ami sm. hlle.^iinipiii-s, Itarm-s. ilaltm-v.
l'rs|H*el af tln.llo i IIIk strike.^I'll ism hi.. May 111. At ItMlay's Amal- I^gamatiiI Association it was decided thai
theprice for puddling iron in llastern [
districtleast of Allegheiiiesi should gg^M gM Ion. 'This means that the eastern ,^workers w ill demand an increase in pay^all round at an approximation of T^ per^cent. 'This move may be looked upon as^throw iug down the gauntlet and H ere is^every imlicntioii that the manufacturers^will not hesitate to express their readiness^to take it up.
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SOFTAND STIFF HATS
II\\K Al l. AlttCIVT.lt.
ASTI* IAI.TV A PI I.I. I.INT (IK
Park^ Main Sts.,
Thel.real Inrreatr Ttiat l iint (^^ RaaCHp^Trra^nry BMgagggJI.
Hv^ir StanilariTa Nim'ial Wire.
Hii 11-., June 111.^It wuh u great day in^the police court for forfeiting ImiikIh. No^less than aeven defendants who wen- out^on I .ail failed to respond when their names^were called and their ImuhIs wen- de^^clared forfeited. Six of them- wen- Kin-^landi-i-H Who were gathered in last night^for making thcuiaclvcH too conspicuous^in u free fight which was going on in a^sal.sin in T.ast Park Htreet kept by one of^Iheir countrymen. One of the defendants^was a double offender, having renewed^the lighting after having Im-cii released on^bond. Hi* wuh again urn-Misd and the^privilege of giving lioiids denied him. He^was lined for lioih offenses.
Williamand Martin Hi iron pleaded^guilty to complaints for drunkenness^and in ^ Iff,iillt of SI and costs each,^were committed.
I. Neul and ^ urly McDonald admitted]^that they were vugs and gladly promised^to leave the city under penally of a term^in jail.
'1liomas ( onnolly was also arraigned^as ii van. He pleaded not guilty and his^trial was set for lismorniw uftcrnoon at 4^o'clock.
THE NATIONAL CAME.
InMi. Nulloiial l.cMgu*'.
ClinMai, June 10. The Cleveland^league team toiluy played without an er^^ror, hut their inability to hit Hutchinson^lost them the game. Attendance 1,11m.
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litis,i Iggaga iii. i'levelanil I: errors, I'Mnyja
li;halh'l les, lllltehlllsnii hiiiI Iv ii111 iiu^ . Ileallll^ami aaMBer; umpire. ItaMghef.
C|Minn M l, June 10. All of^leagues hits were well hunched^iluccil runs liwlay. Atteiidaiicc
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u.'.ki i. Kureaaui ami gaMwIa; uatplrc, m.^Danaas,
BkimiKI.mn,June 10. The I.s al league^club won another game from Huston tie^duy, hulling out the winning runs in the^seventh inning. Attendance 1,100.
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iiiis.iiosii.iliLaaaatMajbi mnbb^ Huston i.
HraakqraI; halteiies, l laiks.ui and Beaaata,^I a.V i tt and Ililslii.liK . iilllpii e, mh^lialil.
I'lin.vnn.i'Hi a, June 10. 'The visitors^poor llelding gave the Philadelphia league^club an cany victory Huh afternoon. At^^tendance _',|un.
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Hits,New \ink 7. Philadelphia ii. error*, New^Fan 7. Philadelphia tl hllltelies, Welsh and^Buckley, \iekei^ ami ( leineiils. umpires, pun^its, Zarliai liis.
Piiii.viiki.kiiia,June 10. 'To-day's^1 li ot In i In h m 1 gutiie was close and excit^^ing. None of the runs were earned. At-^tendance l..l^i. Score:
FAIRGHILD,CORNISH S COMPANY,
SOLEAGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
TOTHE CITY OF-
K^'^o^^Edd^dd'^^^7:Three-quarters of a mile from business
Eroperty,sclliny: to-day 300 per cent, above what it^rought six months a^o. I louses going up all over^the aduition ; a very few lots 50x130 leet left for^from $350 to $700 each.
KnowlesAddition No. 2. One-half mile to one mile^from the business center of Missoula; selling^rapidly; lots 50x130 feet from $100 to $250 per lot.
DalyAddition Within \% miles from center of busi^^ness; beautifully located; lots $75 to $100. Block^of 32 lots for $1,600. A SNAP.
Watermains and street cars on the above prop^^erty this season.
center;328 lots (40 acres) in the addition. We will^sell this whole property (328 lots) m one body at^rates that will enable the purchaser to more than^double his money in six months.
CentralAddition^Beautiful Location for homes; lots^range from $50 to $80.
Homevaleand Union -These additions are great^favorites with the public.
Avery few blocks (24 lots) left which we can sell^at from $1,000 to $1,500 per block ; within il/2 miles^from business center.
FHIRCHILD,CORNISH 5 CO.,
F.STEPHENS ^ CO.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealer* in
Meats,Groceries and Provisions.
hll0rd6rs promptly bttend6d to.^MHIN STREET, - HNHCONDH
W.P. BURROWS, Prop.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealer in all Kinds of Fresh^and Salted Meats.
Wholesaleand retail dealer in
Stapleand Fancy Groceries and Provisions
Goodgooda and low prieea
#SPEC1HLHTTENTION TO r=K7WIII_Y TRHDE*^Main Street, Anaconda,
RealEstate and Mining Stock Brokers
OFFICE,COR. FIRST * MAIN STS.
D.(i. HitowNKi i^ hanfaataaaMt
Busies.Saddles and Hm****^Imi Hire.
Alioiiropiietor of PaMriuwr, P-tQf^!'^ auil^prt^st Un^. (iiiiin'. iIon made wit h^all tralu*.
(MBivanil Htable Kit at Mrert. Anaconda,
ExchangeDrawn on the^Principal Cities of^the United States^and Europe.
HND PRODUCE C0MPHNY
Lumber,Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows, and Mouldings
WHOLESALEDEALERS IN FLOUR.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal. Agents Continental Oil
Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of
FromQUARTZ GKARS to light SPRING WAGONS. Also CLARK. PKRRY.
x^ Standard Buggies ar\d Garriages [^o
Anda full line of Road Carts of best makes. Garden City. Clipper and Chilled Plows. A full line^of Peters' and Morley Bros.' Concord Harness. Smith, Worthingtor. ^ Co.'s Carriage. Buggy and Track^Harness. Saddles, Whips, Robes Uad Dusters, and everything pertaining to this,^a-* w\ ^ 1 m:^,. n^iai^Call and look through our stock. It is complete in all the different lines, and we defy com
InterestPaid on Time Deposits. ipetltlonj. T. carroll. Manager.