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theAXACOXPA staxpakd: sunday morxixg, jtxe 27, 1897.
WESTERNMONTANA HAMILTON NEWS NOTES
Th*Weeterr, Maat.na OBce ef lh^ Standard H^all IS HWn.u ^^^^^. ^!^o^^ii^ !*^^^'^^'^.^MBit. Talis*^.- S^AdTertltlai rates
INLOW PRICES AT THE-^lTTERr\05T POINT^YET ATTAINED.
PresbyterianSunday School Chil^^dren Give an Entertainment.
EVENTSOF LAST WEEK
SeveralParlies Go to the Hills for Rec^^reation coming- und Going of Peo^^ple of th^^ Valley Me^^tropolis Personals.
MEN'SALL WOOL SUITS
Letit be remembered this Suit if the
beetvalue in low h.
Takeyour pii k fr^rn over inn Men's^Very Nobby Suits that we are show -^Ins
Thepublic appreciate ^h^ ^^^ raises,^becsuse they have the eiylr, tit an^l^durability.
Men's|UI Wool PantsI N
Menn 7S^ Hhlrts now25
Men'sStraw Mali.ic. r.0c 75c
Children'sShirt Waists, Blouses^iU: 10c. 75c. $1.00
Rememberyou will get a rbancs Fros^on the $100 Heyvle that Ss an' going to^give away July i.
MISSOULAf ft^ERUNTILE LU
WHOLESALER*ANI^ RETAILER*^I.N EVLKVTIIIM.
Missoula.Jaae SC^Jean Hagutn area!^up to li.million this stomlni sad returned^this evening in tiim fur tbs ssstbesnd^train
Ci; Qitbi 11 nd Ml (lllbi rl i am* over^from Butte yesterday and spent ,i day^In ri Thi nt' i1 ''1. ' i . \ w^ i ; in i1 mi-^llton. whore Ihey a III remain ovci Sun^^day at the MaraJU.
TomMeClaki ' suns down froai Carlton^this mornlns^ and remai n ^l in m^a .ill^day.
nt'Tsetse Tsmntatlens lefl ken^IMs morning foe Wallace when the) will^allure the Coeur d'Alen. peopW lor .i day^or two.
JohnMaBuit. will bare Itis steuh ^ am-^pany at th^^ Cakm I beater .ill si next^wrrk. Tbs resasajry Kai dot ^ .i \t busi^^ness at Hamilton and ^ omrs down aftei ^^successful her!^* of performances,
Mrs.W. J. Stephens in in lbs city from^Seattle
\v.J. Carrier sad wife of Spokam ir^^ritant In lbs ^ itv this i vi nlii;; unit will^vImi a few days with frank Weal and^family
TheremaliiH of J. Q. Ad.mis. the brake-^men killed In tin yards Ihbt week, wen^shipped to-day to Ills family.
Thebody of A. J. Wyst of ll imllton^whiiiiii it yesterday a) lbs Sisters hospi^^tal, was -ti11^|^^^ 1 to his family in Michi^^gan.
Areport from 11 a ml I ton this even I |
saysthat Oiy Mint-hull Clark is i\
flMrMesaii flsetgi w. Harks ri, btk
esJ. ;.i^ I.. Ilutiton. J. Lake. M
Torranceand C. Rudolph Twelve TSSBp-
tattonseampaay Mas mMSry, Philip -^bum: F. v. Hurley St. Pm.i1; O, K.^Whi ^ ^ i i.n ago J i f KoMI, Ftathctid^BSSSey; John David, New Votk . .1 II^lemple. Omaha a. IV Stokes, Denver: ^'.^R. Gilbert sad wuo Butte: l^r. C. K. In-^gersoll: M. P Qlsssot Mtddleiso, O.; I^.^W. Piaaley, South Omaha; T. U Magev.^Louisville. George A. Clark. Ilutte.
TheRjinkin-Mr. Mee sod wife. lai Uo^James Mlll^ r, 8trven^vllle. II. C. McHally,^Ovsndo: I. C s- irm .. J wir^. Nlu^^Mile: \\ 'I \,nil'.i is. ,.rc,' M
Kennedy.Clinton: K. 8. Ill nit. ill) II. W.^nil I -' ^ h'mi ^ ^ * ^ \ 11 . i; 11^Brown. Nine Mil. Mn V I. Remlck^Concord. N. I! John Meltonsld l.n Lo^M. M. Mi V m.. ^ i I.1 ' t... i.iIn.^Spokane: K. Ollbort, Potomai Mrs, K^F. WsHaaad two ^ont-. Beekd . Cal.; A.^n. Mittour. Vhtor. W.J ttevrai ni^ U^D. Reynolds. Florence; Kns. Csrrler. Ai-^lee: James DaJkry, Uviaastoa: R. Can-^way. Hamilton: ll. La rasa, Hamilton.
tnlrrrslly BmsMSBtS.^Missoula. June M.^The mntila r^ of the^stale university commission this^noon visited the aadtrerslt) aroundi to d^trrmine anally upon the loestlon of tin^building*, the former sri^Ween found to lirlnx Ihe structun i^rlosf to is.- bJIla sad thi com mi^^I.. |.tc ,1 to Ici uIs il'. in tart i ^^There will be no Chang* it: the i-ontlnK^ef the buildings or in tn.it relative posl-^lions, bul all wlil bo placed rurthei uwa)
fromthe hills than was at first pi inI.
Thework on Ihe eeavr construction 1*^progressing slowly, but th^ work - being^well don^ and will Is llnlshed In llmi if^the present rate Is kept up. Tie swei^t .ir^ girt rtl) om tit. unl\i i it.* luiil'l-^lngs to ll.. river and will I ire pitch^enough to make ll an excellent system
GetSchilltngs Iiest tea^at your grocers; save the^gucsb the
Rulesof contest published in lsrce^advertisement about the tir^t and middle^^^ each moBlii.ai j
Ilamllt'.n.Jtin. :^\ Tin ri. sbyterlan^Sunday grhssl a| turvallls hi Id its^Chlldn n s day si i \ i, . ^ last Humluv^evening The iliim h w us beautifully^decorated and the cX'iii.i s wire \*iy^lute resting und nfnt great 11 ^ 11 ll mi^the rhllthin and their pustui. Raw, Mi.^lilalr.
Aparty of young, men ^ onalstls] of^Kn i fjatlafwaa$rsr, C. iioiibs. i;.i pwiaa,
tlck Parnienlei. K NM OWOsS, W
ll.Hajnassnl Dwtghl Hgghoa und Will
Smithspent Sunday at Luke OssTaR
Therain and cold gf la t week kept^the bjaysjaj from ilpi iilng und Suiunlay^there were few on tie market. The^^ luality of Ihe brrrlas Is nnpnui d. Ivin-^ever.
TheMisses nstirniey ' att.nded Iht^Children's ilax Mervieca at Cm villus^Sunday evening, prtaratR| bags* Mmi^da y.
Thecrossing nut Ihe new supply^ditch on the BtSVSftsbllls n ail is In hoi-
riMi^ 11miltii^it it pi Umanaaigoi for
baMMto cross the bridge, us il Is^lulscd u fool und ;^ lull! tiiniM' I he mail^lu il and no gpgeuai In * have been made.
I'eopli ale iiliipelled to dllvi lllloUHll
theliit. li. which is u dlfhcall and ^!^^ n-
Kermisfngt, as Ihe banks aTS \ ei y stOOg^ami tile water is deep. If time It. not
aIleal y dutOUKC suit to lie settled SMM,
11i' ill lii i, i as. of timid In, I, rat Iht^than good maag .ii' iil
Anumber of link folks gathered si^Mi^f, Hit;'., i Nelson's home Monda) afl^araasag in hagsr of Hngal't Mh birth-
\gptcigi trala rams up Tnaaasy aft-
linsbeen t-turti'd mi SimiiIIi ilicct. A
numberor lbs mlltmen have n nled the
houseof A. B, Hat\ty and stalled a^club.
Thersea'fanlaad are ramBgjiy bad a^pun in ' meeting Saturday evening. Mr
liivhopIs nuklnR rigorous efforts lo
bringtin department Into better vhapo,^Miss Anna llond of Victor was In^tow ii Batvfsay.
AspcclHl trainc aim up Tin sdny ari^ernoon. bringing bead of \miiig^cuttle for the Bitter Root stock farm
Tbeatwii e ptn'chused in i in t un and^win be fattened for mmrtut mi the iiii-^lar iti'i't hills.^Mrs. Charles Betnef relumed home
Tuesdayafter a \isit of SSVSTal units
wiiiirelatives in Butte and Anatla,
Mis.CiHiley and duugbtet of Victor^spent Sunday \. Ith Mrs. Harris ThS^tliiiuthli r will remain smnc tlgtie,
Mis.^iendiickj rotumod from Ilutte,^bringing with lar tin 11-year-old^daughtt r ^i .'': r Hendi Icka, m ho will
l:in p ^ I lallilltmi hi r I'll I ll l ^ hogs*.
Therainy weather of Tuesday did^not prevent a gooal) numher front^nesting ^The Bells of Shannon.^ Tin'^programme has bean chances sn as t^^i rodui - Tie T^ ^ i irphana w ednes^day nlpht. Invlmt Tl:e Sea of ice^ for^sstsrday night. A rsallnee wIM^grrea Ihttursay afternsasi nt which u^light corned} will i^ given for tic bene-^tit of the little folks,
Charleslinly hint nti-incil from Ihe^OvervhJch rouatry. where he has bond^^ed u mine belonging to eome Uarliy^gsss
AUttl* ma hga been added to the^family ^f Rsv, Mr. Pl^ rce.
Autile nssiMar of Mr. J en ha, living^nbrMil four Btttes from town, was
thrown in tn u horse Mmulav and dan-^gerously bint. A last iici-oimta she^wnii uneonaclous und MssiMi from^the cms.
Thedaughtt i^ ^f I' shannon, who^havs i^'^ n in atiendam ^ at tin' Slsti n^acsdemj al Missoula, reisrnsd heans^Wi iit'f daj
LouisCrutchfleld and wife came up^from Btevensvllle to see ^The Two^iirphnns.''
HillyMajors, foinierb Northern 1 a-^ciHc ilKetlt. b ft for 11^ !^ tm b'-dU)
fltMt relM lltoWII ^:.re^ llllill.
gmmsht,June ^.- l.ngln^ t Hsghsa,^win. hai ' harts si the survey fSf Hie
it.i., blown valley sMeh. ta m bmra,
Mr Hughes states Ihst the work of Hie
surveyi^ stesressssl ktvsrsbt) and thai
it,.,,i:, h win eovsf in of 'he vallsy
ti,is w.t^ ..t arsl sgaeeted. Tie i ips^t*^,r in.' ditch ba^ been larrsasss to i.sa
t, bSS ami II may be thai It will t^ fOWld
,.,,. ^ry to make it ef n larger than^that The nibsirlhers lo stock in the^,i,i.11 . ansasni have slresd) taken more^^gag Mini Imlies and Hie miintln left li
ratheismall. Tht ditch sill iboa from
Hieriver at Hie Ji tic rSBch and w ill run^Sg as to cov. r nearly the whole cf lirass^HSUs$ and a BSroSS of I hi firms Is low.
ite.iskm i.^ io assmsssa.
Mi oitla. Jinn'the b* al ledge of
It..1 Men will t^ IIBfSBfBled at the Aim-
rssdaretesratlso Is msrras by ^ good^delegatkm. The big IcJutiH named by Hie^lodge lo represent It ill Ihe . onti.il are H.
li Haassa, tm Ottslsr, Harve) inggt.
amil it ill's IshSSSa These r.-guter stts-
nat.s ^nd asms in. nd- I. ft thi^ ^fternoos
forIhe dog fcait on W arm Hp'lnjs ,reck^gnd egpi'ct io have the heal time Hull the^rids have hud In Ihe pu^l 1^ years.
Thelilcw le 1 in. k.
Missoula.June Hie .|unrler-inllc bl-^It ., I ..t Ihe lllhletle palk l now nt^k'oo.1 shape and Ihe i Idets ill'. U-ing It
regssuiy.The iraeh I^ mm h hatter than
Hi,old one and wb.il H Is thoroughly m .,.^BgSSS M Will Is- nil excellent BSC ThoTS^will P. a inc. Hug ef Ihe . lull al lb^ Ir.ok^lo-morrow mornliiK and urrungemcnts^...ill be made for a race meeting to be^licit! in u few aceks.
VI:soul.i June .11 The heaviest l lln ef
them-.i-oTi fell lasi night helwifii T o'clock ,
amisjsaaagst. Tin- seathsr w-dsi sH
ovr Wsstern Montana haa been clear I^and l ot tind the f ti mers arc rejol. lug |^Tie Unit . rops BMh w.ll and the lierrl.s ^^mi. still coming bi although lb. rl Ishj^supply is getting liglu.
\iMsgahi ^s riieai. r.
Missoula.June W. John Magulr. I, :t^pieasiil wltb lb. way the pcopb tiirne,|^oi t lo till his in n theater In the lain la :^i Isl.' .i d lit^ aiiillen. e liinde linn hupp. .^bul the city license fee thai has oppresscl^..II pn iious in.ii ig^ i made him : .u.,1^be told the iwoph no.
Mlseoultt J jtie :ii In Ihe dlslrt. t esun^to-day Judge Woody held a short session 1^.ml edjouiiied till Monday. II is llk.lt^that Ihi present lerm of court will nilally^ailjourn on Monday.
*.-1 I'm ^. l-ln- .t'lltii ilstr.i ^ t ...^given U .tera in Ihe elate of U ^' Moid,e,^grgasaSS, and leiiiK-s were grained m^Mrs. A. J 1*1 lin Ii Ihe estate of A J Ur^^ine dc-eared
Inthe esse of the Klral Natlon. l bunk^of Cutte sgslnst Alfu-d Cuvs, It.jsu-.t j
inahlih suit was brousht tn restrain the^treasurer from selling pro|m-rty for taxes,^including a mortgage, the demurrer for^the defendants was overruhd
Inihe null of the same bank agslnst^Ihe treasurer to restrain hitn from w I ling^tit. Kenyou property fm the lax. ^ or |xi|^and l^w'i Ihe demurrer to the . omplalnt^was sustained.
Theease of A. J H.ivls of Ilutte ygalnst^BtSVens MckfSrd K.'th and others. In^which the BfslatMl sues to rcoier auar-
nit i ee,i in is rest, tin ggmurrcr ^vus over^^ruled.
HOBOES IN EVIDENCE.^Thf) (M ,^ Their Work ill Ihe Town*
sBBgejih^ gsatsassa^Missoula, June y, Tie hobo is getting^in his work Hi the smaller lowna iiloug^the line of Hie railroad ami has ubandoni i^for th. time the larger places. In Mi -^soldi, he bus been mii. i lor a long tliii^but Ihe people 111 tin sin.,II. r slgCSS, both^east an,I seal of here, have had no nil^of trouble recently. Al Itonlla Hie it.m^ers have a regular i atupliig place that^has lie.-n Oct iipted about as regulurl.t .t-^Hte liultlesnuke eamp in litis tuwu. and^nearly every Irala brings In udditloit' lo^Hie aSBBhsra of Weary Wiaggb . ^^. ..urn Sale Utile when liny arc pill off^Hams West of lu re there has been a se^^ries of |M-lty depredation., ihut l.aie
e.iiised iainliin.il much trouble ..ml l..,\^^visibly decreased lie supply of ^ hi. I..:
AtThompson Kails Thursday night ihs
slor.'of Jshg Willis was eiil.-it.I and^SSSM rsllsry mid other small srik'les Is-^ken. The seutein es that Judge Myers has
Imposedu|Mjn lite uk.. wtio h.i\e In
br.itlglilbelere l.lm hair hail a ill ^Osmg^^illg SgTsSi upon tile I.oboes and they do^I not seem desirous oi s|lint iine-h time
:in this eity. if ihey wiu cantlass to give
lidstown a wldi btttli there will lie no
1bard reeling bore.
OAK Hli.L CCMETERY.^tiller* Itbiine, Sliilil.Inliii Hewant
hgssgHud Baheri tie Buried.
Thegrave or that most nut i^h. t ie of
msnin llfi James 0. Blaine, is ^ islied^serhsng stairs frssjuestly than any oili^^er at I'nk Hill, says u writer In Ibum-^hoe's Magazine. These i isits an i .t^nia.le In an idly BSftSSS spirit, bill
ratherin the aattsre or rrflstisaagjss to
.Hie last resting pigi B man vim
Was w igely belov i ds
Illsgrave is marked simply bi a^whits marble footatone, bearing Ins In-^lilals ^J. ^;. B.^ Mslne selected his^own gta\e at the loot of a blightnl
hickory,which, by his own wish, was^^ io mi tn, glgca of a in^in or mon^^ument The lice died Inst .Vi ii., iiiul its^n ii iii al became tn rest at |^it was rnmjorsd that for many months
BSBllBt'Sgrille hud u tiillltnry guard. It^hud no military guard but n brave, top^^iary watehar for three weeks of dark^, mhiwlnter nights in Hie person of yTed-^eri. k Scm.'i vilic, the supsrlntsndsnl of I^th. pemetery. ^i rsrried a platol in
eachpocket und u gun on my slaiuldct.^and ymi know I am u Virginian,^ was
Mr.Bomgterviile'g own commeni mi ihe^fulllhseni or timt mesAorable duty.
WalkerBlaine rests tn ills fsther*!^side, aad neal to him Mis. Copptngwr,
whosegru\e is iniukcd by n Celtic cfOM
bearingu cent or arms nmi laacribsd,^^To Hie memory or Alice Btanwood,^daughter of Jain s il Blaine, an.I wile^or did. .1. .1. Coppingsr, r :;. \. Born^ai Augusts, Me . March iv Ifas, I de l^ut Wat hington, I^, k Itit,^ in small
!letters at the BSSS al ll e cross tire the^arsrdt This rrogf is elected by her^Borrow iiii^ husband.^^A ri an fill simplicity murks nil three
graves,wbich are devoid aHke of^mounds and Dow STB Tns ciloasly^clipped (truss grows thickly over all.^with un Intermingling 'f clover in ihe
shadowof the cross,^A grin.lie sIih'i hssrhag mi Kg f id'
thenaiiic of stainon marks the grave^uf Lincoln's set i dary or war^the asaa^1 who keM thai ^inii^ uit te st during Iks
IsTSskrsIdays of civil slrire. I ipe side
ior titc ^baft is I ssc ii hod ^To tbo asm
oryol Kiln in M. Stanton, bora Dec. 1!'.^1MI. Mad Dec. J4, Utfi and kiS wife,
Alicem. BtaaloA, born Nad. I Us,
unddied Nov. IT. UJi.^ On another
sideor tin shafi is un inscrlptlos to un
Infantson. Junns II. BiaStOli, The
ikrssgraTBs ate lorersd with ivy at an^evergreen variety and are marked by^smell square granltt bead and fool
AnoibcrlUustrtoss sscretary or war.
whoserunic us a oahlnci sgBBBSbrf a)^largely Identifies! with his beautiful^w ifi John H Raloa sf tw-nn m *
alsoburliil at Oak Hill. A wreathe!
sta'iniipyiatnidui iiiouiiiui'nt, termuv
gtlagjH I token COtUms. states thai he
it,i I.,. ii June It, i r:^'. and died Not.^17, ISSi. ami tha: be win I'nited Sttiies^s.nater from the .lute of Ti nnossc' fi r^IS yeais. seii^lai^ of war. Roy. rnm-^Ihe state of Ifloridg anil php.St. i t'. the
ByIns sole rests Ills wife lbs ni \ei -
to-be-forgoltrnPeg (VNell the embod^^iment of La te ri.ua impulses, daintily,^Dewltrhlngly beautiful with her qseen-^I) i*arrlagr, exquisitely poised head,^scintillating eyes, her taushti r-mvlag^sotsl and ret ihs object ol the maal la-^i,. .. sn |gj y ,i'..usi. ^ thai ever burned.^Here rest beauty, sorrow and irlnmpka,^while over mi grow grass ami vMsts in
livnig rtl airy.
Nearthe entrant s to nnk Hill, mi a^circular plot covered wltk pstiwlnble.
Standia pedestal of white St OSS, Mr*
moualedby a Bstrbls bsat of Jshn^How ml Pavne, The face of the pedes^^tal is Inscribes: ^'n memory of John^Howard Payne, sutkoi of 'Home, Sweei^lb tm ' Born J tm.^k ik:.:'.
onthe re verse of tin' asssstal are th
.sine, w In n ih^ semis sturit fl^To r a I ips 1^ ymul tit^ iixme it^With arms niilstreichcd. Iks^said:
Wsscesnsto Ihatan*! Haaai^Hsase.'
Theapproach to tie' it unnnient ts^through an alb y lined Witk palms un l^reins. At the ilmc of his .tenth, l!n^^ic^was consul ai Tunlr.
llscents a strange fate that n man^whose BBagdred song of homo has^touched and thrilled to many hmrls^shonM have died am! bet n buried in a
f.ti inn Inn.I. SS rwSBStl from 111^ native^shore;'
InMM Mr I't'ti'iTiiii had him hrauglil^home nml srected tn ins nieinory UM^slartu deacflssd ^ rsnsraassft.^gsjasBs ihe gssnsmsnl i* his rtrsx.v
iover..I with tht nt urinal slab that^m.tiii.l his lonely resting BgsCS M rnr-^uway Tunis The slab i^-,irs the oat^^^f alius of the t'nittd St.r s. ami a^Brief record gf Payne's kfW. ll WSB^grsssB in iransportutb ii. BSHOIlag tit.^gssl or a. ins r.iir'y In Iws BBgtg.
ALWAYSSOME TO KICK
iTi'i died April
liarlie. n te t lane.
Fromlbs iTilctgo N'.as
Alo*. moan arc-. soM ii'-'c it;to'i Hie^midnight sk Ihs air .pilvcred-and t. .-
rorssassetasl saswshsd in sJk*kfbt.
Ah-h.' W ild screaming ami ihroush^the horror.-.! alnto^nhere burst a VgM^watte cr -ouml-mad frensles sprpigln^^in sereaniltig dlableile atij reiicous^thundering., aiwin the enixy lila.'K.te-s (,r
thestgrss iStalssss satcsraa iwssmg tbi
unliereewith dese.Tating l.1to.'es ,if^-mind - IT i^i inn c. Ins'- spel ling iii m.i I^rate unto the uttermost recessions ..r^BstBsBBjsssj -a Bfraagasj roar Bfjsaas m^augury thorns hack from lie PSVaTSSfBt^^mg lympanum of Ihe heavens
Andjust Ihell the e.eighboi ttiHid woke^up and IT dtTer. nl kinds of lss^i I n ks and^. rock r^ wre^ kagc ^ rs hurl'.: m the .11-^nTSBnea of the organ grinder aad BS rent^away. 1
MenWho Get in Pretty Cheaply^on Celebration Talk.
TOOBSERVE THE FOURTH
TheArrangement Uorrunltteo Reports^Protrresn. Notwithstanding Howls^or the (Jalamityltas And the
Mlssoulu.June Jl.-Ths n embers or the^lommlttee ot arrangement^ for the I^pTsurik of July teb hralloii niairt favora- !^l ie progress In Hie nut;, r anil there^s^^ ms lo be now no ohatael in lie way ot^success or the 11 I. Iiratlon ei that day.^There Pas l ieu some ciitb i-m In regard^to Hie manner in which the lelebraUss is^lo he carrbd out. As rar as IMS has been^lanced It has not come In any tSBMSSSS I^I nmi lie men who t-oiilrittn:^ .1 to the BSC-^i ess . r Ihe da). und these men are willing^to m e tin- thlag through.
I..N Simons who Is chairman or the ,^I. .u.l committee, lias collu'lul subscrip^^tions ami has met with a general assur-^ame or support. The liand lia^ given rice^BSBSSrtli lo tile people oi Missoula all^-prhtg. and Ibese i otleerls it.tie been wil^^lingly glvss nmi without iwsmnstaUan
b.tliitt liecll asked. TI u build i. la need ot
ii,v. aalfsttss and new Instruments, und^tin greater portion or the entertainment^of Ihe fourth or July hiis been iindi rtn-^beg with the Intention oi selling tlx -'
arUstsaThe band sad not begged uny-
HiingBsd li anybody la SBSMttsftsd Willi^the plan tilt Sllb.-t llptiuns Will be It- |
fwoyssTl ago Hie Mount..I Knights ar- .^lunged a celebration Hint netted th.-ni |^It'' 'litis Ibe knights donated lo the^Western Montana fair ate! their action.*
wiienot cHttsHasd tiniii mis we.-k. shea
gin.ni who kBSS nothln: at all BBSSt^What la was t.tlklng und. Hook to Und^fault Willi Ibl Say H.lng wire handled.^So it is web all mini BJMgers. They bars^tried in talk about thing.- si which thsy^wen- utterly Ignorutil ami iiave tlelibcr-^BtHy lied III stat nil tits. It Is lo tie re^^git lied Hunt anything hss sccurrsd lo^eau ^ nil dlssstlsfsctgga In the matter,^but no one will ss] any BttsSnsg lo the^-lin that havi bees oSgl upon Hie meni-^ksn St the band v.lio ar. trying lo give
Hieeltt' a gootl lirst-elass ceielirallOB, anil
ilnBSanls shouM turn out lii good hi^,^nuliibtis and ghe the liberal .-npport lllal^Ihsy srs tare to receive from the talr-^BJBBSSd c.llxctts.
ii the SWISS BsSt.
Mlsoula. Jure lii. - AIn^ Mlttnwer was
dewsthe ralfcty ts-dag from his Btttsf^itoot raaeb, Hs s^y^ that ttuags are in^good shape up them, hut that the ruins^thai have Improved ibis part of Hie val-
h| so much have not visited the upper
NoII.ke It ia.1 line- To Bs|,
MtSBBUlS. June M.^There will be no
rn.oirace of the cycle club to-morrow, ts
tin-run- Itaie m.ole tin- roadl too snt'l.^I' w-.tther and mail- BgriBll the race
wniin- called for a sreek from t i-sxorrow,
HAS A LION'S HEART.
AHsssnjhPyuaj Istsrej Bsafdslsyi lite^Artist. Ksosa Bravely at Vfsrk.
Fromtin- New Tort J^ress,
Thairourigest, and in many waya^intisi original, or sjsmlsgse, Aubrey^Beardsley, dbl not fain the Rontsn
Call.oli i bun b Ihe oilier dH^ licensee^he bus only a llttb while kssgei to live.^From om who ranted him at Ihe est-^tac. in the South or ilngland seaside^village, which Beardsl i lias rectntly^i.il ^ it. it is learned t ha' Iicsjsi '^ i. dur^lug tin laai two yens, has bet :i Intent^^ly reading the works ol Catlndi wiiterg^ef Pranse,
Iam very BMjek li'tetestcd just ll i.v
inthe writings oi' French Catholic cler^^gymen,^ he told his caller, ^and have^|usl received from my publishers copy^of Bourdnmtte's sermons.^ He always
landa Ileal deal for the Frcn ii an I^l.ntin Hllthors; und to show how sn.bll^was his bias in fsVOt of Hie religion of^faith la-fore be lock up the clerics!^works, he explains that his fnVSTlWS^writer waa Voltaire, gnd Hint ^Hn te is^tii'thinr. sn di pressing us a llolhlc ca-^I bed rat. I bale in have the sun 'hut^out by the snlnts.
.\tBonnventure'a, in Brsgujwty, one^of Beardsley's artist friends is :i d.|mr^an exhibition This friend. Vndr.'W^Kay Wornisth, who Is a New Yorker,
maklnsUosssm his place or Mbar, de-^rut that Beardsley's character has^ m rely misjudged. His point ^ f
viewas artist, being sn Strsnge and^different, was liound to be wrongly un^^derstood ami misrepresented,
lintIt In only the NoTssUS W ho nui-^^ lude Hint, bet ause Ihey lltul tht mselveg
outof sympathy with the tksens ami
Wuginrs uiul Mmicts. such ilramntists.^. t posers and painters are certainly
Inferior,despicable beings in their art-
VSlSlib ^Heel lleurdsley, worn out^and weakened with consumption, has^nm only had his own living lo tain.^saM Mr. Wonirath tn a fMess repot'.ct .^lull has ksgtt ibe sole means of sup-
porlto hbi BBotber and sister.
Heis now so fur OS d up that he
.hagshiti's. ir from his had to bla tabic
InHli hemic cfTort lo nrnvtile fST Ikgfg^t.-an st the litre when he shall die. II
istrue that I.' was earning tSa,BM a^rear not bans ago. Hut he ban the Tel-^low Book when he had made i: prosper,
amilamed Leonard Bmlthsrsj the pub^^lisher, in start lag ihe Snvoy. That has^fall. d. In the eighth ami last number^he .1 i.l all the sketl hes. and Arthur Sey^^mour iv. ho has a line article on Austin^nobeon in th May Bookman) did all^the letter prer:;.
liis .^.lmcst sspreccdented that ssjek^n vohsggg as th^ Isst Savoy should Ik'^tin work if only tWO n:cn. Itenrdslcy^put an Immense amount ef latwir into^t;. I i i ll s do.ag illusttatlons of W'ag-^n. t ti i peras. . f e hlch be Is exiectllngly^f. nd. ^I wrskM do nnvthing, and go^ar^v ba r ~ If I mult in P ar Wagner's^must.' il.eently renbrcd.^ Itenrdslcy^kas said. He Is BSSBsiurgeg a swift pro^^ducer, gsvkjBj made n chapter In a t-^Ings ir an sflcrnocn. At other limes,^when his \ Mailt., rum kntb be spemia^a fortnight on s single drawing.
Mr.Smlthers Is :\ ginal friend lo^Beards)' y, But this artist has to cam-^p.te wlilt mi set ous bandl^an In hi.i^It. alt li thai lal.ly his net. r. Miss Mabel
p.atsSsk y. bat bfsa ta ns on the stag^^io at.I In th. support of the family.^She i^ n bsSatrfttl gki, of tine latsill-^uer,. :i,l pres. tie.', anl she won cptn-^^pl. '. I ' success for r iw sinner in ^Th^^i*hlll \Vb^ nv^ in Jac.don. 'tiehard^Hi.:-; IteW i:as r- psRHl her for Ills next^sees* n's t ompsr.y. so she will bo seen In^Ni S Yi rk this BUtams.
N.HwtthstsntiiniT Ms sseresslty, t
l'.i.it!s!. P. s been fi ^tunalc I^ vond^BBsal llisng Bleu In having been able,^exer flitee he Icgan. live y-nrs ago. lo^BS has work. Tor the work's suk,.'^^No one hss presxrib .1 the lines on^whi.!: I should w.ik.' he ttdd a man^frow the Idler who Brass, to sec him.^^nor s. t any sort or limits on what I^SBmsM do I ha\e aortgsl to amuse^myself and if ll has amused the public^as well, so much the better for me'^'Of rssgrm I haic one aim^the gro- j
trsque.If 1 am not grotesque I am^nothing. Apart from the grotesque I^siip|Hise I may say that iieople like my^decorative work, and that I may claim^to have some command of line. 1 try^to get ss much as possible out of a^single curve or straight line.
Healways works by candle light, re^^garding which eccentricity he added:^I suppose I ought to express some^apology for that: but I am happiest^when the lamps of the town have been^lit. and I sin so used to working by artl-^flclsi light ihst if I wsnt to work In the^daytime I have lo pull the blind down^anil get my cundlcu In order before I^begin.
Illsstudio Is made up of a table and^I wo old empire ormolu candlesticks.^Without these two candlesticks he says^he cannot get into the mood for doing^anything, and he takes them with him^wherever he goes. While his income^waa large he collected several valuable^and iale laioks. some Chippendale fur^^niture, numerous pictures, engiuvltigs^from Watteau. Lain r.-t Pater and^ITudhnm. and laid in a slock of flu^Pan lailoiir claret of 1866. On accoiini^of his sickness this claret Is his par^^ticular nmi almost only drink.
irhe consulted merely his own gestae-^snesg and not those of his family lie^would live In ciii.s. for as smilingly he^-a d. How can limn die belter Ihan^by ilolng Jusl what he wants to do^must ' 11 is lad enough to be an inva^^lid, but to be a BtaVS lo one's ISSgg ami^ii. be found In some unearthly place and^-hitting sea hieizes,,| |,jn.. breezes, w Ith^the mistaken libs Ihst it will pinion,:^one's thiealencd existence, seems lo me^utter foolishness.
i'm^^r bis candid friends has de^^scribed Beardsley us having two grand^passiona, one being Wagner's music and^tha Biker lag raiment. His chief aver^^sion among painters is Turner, whom^he calls a nn ie rhetnrit ian.^ Tn his^fi lends he is a trusly friend, and tin y
atesalknalasilralVif attaches tn him.^ir his subjects are .irten sugissllvs
andsulailous. (his Is evidently owing^io his youth lie is only l!'! years old^^und to the Impatience he reels at what^he terms the goody-goody taste or the^British public. The very thing that^tin y i xpeet rrmn a French artist or au^^thor will excite only indignation ir It^emanates from the pencil at pen of an^Kngllslimun.
Everyyoung American who goes to^Paris Rets saturated with the same^Idea. Only age and experience can cure^them of ll. It Is likely to cure Bsardg^l^y. If death hobln off long enmigh. fur^his lati st ditiw ings, especially those in^' 'The Itape of the Link,^ ate elegant,^dainty and worthy beyond lite black^und white achievements of some of the^greatest illustrators.
SHOOTNC FLYING FI3H.
ANovel spirt tarried on In southern^( all'onila Waters.
Plum'lie Santa Calatina.
Thevisitor to the island of Santa Cat-^alina. or he who Roes out on the^launches from Lour Itcaeh or San^Pedro, is always enicrtained by Ihe re^^markable Mights of Hying tlsh. which in^these Wgteei attain a length of II inches^ami a weight of two pounds. Alarmed^by the boat or steamer, Ihey dash out^of the water by a vigorous movement^of Ihe screwliki tall and dash away in^headlong llight. skimming over the^waves like birds, presenting so remark^^able an appiaram e thai the tourist who^bns never seen so extraordinary u per-^loimaiice takes them for birds. The
flyiniiish is out flying*, but it baa four
lilywlngllke litis which serve it a simi^^lar purpose; that Is, it hurls itself out^of the waler by Hie aid of its tall, und^then using the four wlngllke tins ns^parachutes goes Boating away, covering^a distance of an eighth or a tulle; when^the inertia falls the tail of the gsk^drops ana the mosses! it sirikis the^water it begins ^ violent twisting,
wIi s^!i.is ih^ f.sh into lbs air again,^ami by repealing this ihe fish ll en^^abled in cover Ihe long distance. The^wings or fins ute not Happed, the only^motion belBfi ^ tremulous one Imparted^In thttm when the tail Is twisted In Ihe^water. As the bsal glides along these^llsh dart from the wan t' and go soaring^SWgy on t ilher side, iinikit Is then that^tin spoilsman, silting In the bow. has^it n opportunity fSf some nuvcl spurt.
TkSBah. asaVS like small quail, very^low, not more than two feet from the^surface, and are pot the easy shots BSS^might Imagine. They move rapidly and^appear lo rise ami fall over the waves^ami |0 sweeping away In graceful^curves Sometimes four or five are in^the air nt the same Ikse, and tha BSed^shut can bring them down to the right^and left. All that is Beaded to carry^nut the idea of quail shooting would be^to have a dog. bul there is a sea dog^lltnl Hushes this attractive game, the^agile lima. The Hying llsh is its legltl-^niat ^ prey, and big schools, come sweet ^^ing In from Ihe deep sou. driving th^^schools of flying llsh before them, chas^^ing tin in Into Hie air. nix. right, ten^feet, giving marvelous exhlbitiones of^lofty tumbling. Al such times the Hy^^ing lisheti are erased with terror, and^leave the wilier by scores und hundreds^They lly into boats, out upon the dry^beeches, strike boatmen who happen to^be In the way ef their headlong flight,^and nrsgasl a most BltftBCtlTB apisar-^anco to those who have never seen a^Hock of ocean flyers in the air with tlsh^six ^T seven fret long; pursuing Inascric.;^of baps and Jumps. Smnetinics the^tuna i hases the flyer along Just below^the surface. catchiiiR It us it drops^a^. loud of foam alone telling the ntnry.
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WillW aol l ^t thf mil of tlii-. VNki^WvWtll Imv* ^ t^w 8:mwWrriM |H^Koiirth of .Iul^ uritcr*. Opicr* ^li. iM^l^e piii' ^ 'I ^^ '^ii-
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Geo.W. Reynolds, Manager.
GraniteHot Springs Camp
xjo\V ready fur summer guests. Fine^Is medicinal water, good hathlnc and^the best dshlng and hunting. Stage^leaves Missoula Monday and Thursday.^Addretsc. E. MUZZIE,
WESTERNMONTANA NATIONAL BANK
T.H. T. RymaaViae President
Surplusand Profits $15,000
IOl'UK^ Hot Springs Hotel is now^J ready for the reception of guests.^QSOd baths, excellent secommodatlons,^fishing and hunting. Stage runs regu-^lsrly. Address
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Bessyrionday, WcJnctday and Friday, Leav^inn Demersvllle at 9 s. si.,
mageconnectIrn with N. P. train Pas^^sengers coming Into the Flathem! vsl-^Uy should nriive nt Itavalll Monday,^Wednesday ^r Friday.
Amap of the^United States.
Thenew wtill m;ip iBSSsd^BI Ihe lliirliiiaton Itom. Is^Ihrec feet four iBCSSS wide^by four feet Iitik; Is print^^ed In six colors; Is BBBSSted^on rollers; shows every^Htittc county, iinportitnt^town und railroad pi the
Bt'iiloe.und formn u very^desirtlbl.' snd assful ild-^btislness establishment.
tonItoiin marly 2fl esnts^npieee. but on receipt of^1'. cents Pi stamps or coin^Ihe undersigned will lie^pleased to send you sss
Tworoutes c.tst -vhi Ittl-^llngs, Mont., and St. I'sul,^Minn.
Philnasjsjg Pbss'i Asant, Butte. Meat
Tims Schiduls, ERrctlvs Friday, May^T. 1M7.
No.:^, Butte Express, for Hel^^ena dally 8 JO a no
No.i. Butts Exoress, for Hel^^ena. Great Tails, St. Paul, Chi-^esgo and all points East and
West,dally t:M p BJ
No.ii. Copper city flyer, dally... %M P m
ARRIVEIN ANACONDA.^No. t. Anaconda Uxprsss. dally 1^:U a m^No. \ Anaconda Express, dally.. 1:1s P m^No. 5, Copiier City Flyer, dally.. 1:65 P m^No. T, Anaconda Express, dally..10;5^ p m
UKPARTFROM BL'TTE.^Ma 1, Anaconda Express, dally. lt W a m^No .!, Anaeontla Express, dally.. I IK p m^^.'o. 5. Copper City Flyer, dally.. TitOS p m^No. ^, Anaconda Express, daily . f ii p in^ARRIVE IN BUTTE.
No.1. Butts Expreaa, dally^:K a m
No.t, Butta Expreas. dally^:^^ p m
No.^. Copper City Flyer, dally.... ^:^ p m
TRAINSARRIVE IN ANACONDA.
HutteExpressb in p m
HiitleExpress|0:a p m
ButteExpress;:5S a m
IMAIMS LEAVE ANACONDA
ButteExpress1:00 u m
ButteExpress1:00 p m
GarrisonExpreas1:00 a m
'Connectsat Stuart for Garrison and^points east on the Northern Pacific; at^Sliver Bow with Union Paclile Fast Mail
^Connectsst Garrison with Northern^racifie train for west.
TRAINSARRIVE IN BUTTE.^Anacondas, Garrison Express... .10:M p m^Cirrrlson Accommodation
UnionPnelde rsat Msll
Anaconda^ Garrison Express
UnionPacific East Mall
Connectsat Garrison with^Pacific train for the west.
^Connectsat Garrison with ths North^rrn Paclflc train for the esst.
|32'St.^E^-4A!exanderAv^New York. NY.
willqniri'j ywu ot al! nsrrous 4 . \^^jr 1 as Sal roaahood, ysim is the bark,^aeminsl rsiiaalnss. nerrom 4^M1 ly,^uaStar.^ t^^ lutrry. rikauitini dralas,^inpoTiary and all it. hurrars. A^written guaranty and nor.-. r*rtadad if^^il b^it ^s .!^'^. sot effect a parsianeBl cars.^#1 (^' ptff sos, aii for S.V by sail, a*^iir^iy
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Thisline rang the rinest trains from^Minneapolis and Si. Paul and oilers Ibe^best service st lowest rates, with 3^TRAINS DAILY TO CHICAGO. Ihe^North-Western Limited being the HNKST^TRAIN' IN THE WORLD.
TwoTrains Daily Minne.tpclio and St.^PjuI to Sioux City, Omaha, St. Joseph^and Kansas Citr, with :hronr,li Sleeping^Car to California every Thursday.^Trains of t'.ie Northern Pacific and Great^Northern connect -..ith these trains via^North-Weite.-n Line in St Taul Union^Depot
tourhome agents will sell you tickets^via ibe North-Wesssra Line, and illustrated^folder and further informaiior sfSJf be fur^^nished on tpplicatica tn
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STT\\ L, MINN
t$tp m^.10:06 a m^OS p n^3i p m
7:00 a m^. 9:03 p m^11:01 p m^. S:0i p m^. S:S p m^4 00 p m^Nortbtrn
fSt. Paul^Minneapolis^Duluth^TOs Spokane^Tacoma^Seattle^Portland
Pullmnnsleeping cars, elegant uphol^^stered tourist sleeping cars.
TRAINSARRIVE AT BUTTE.^No. II. from St. Psul. arrives st
M.P. depot dslly at 8:25 s m
M.17., No. 2, from Portland, sr-
rhesut M. U. depot dally10:30 p m
TRAIN'SDEPART.^M I'.. No I, for Portland, leaves
M.I', depot dally7 no a m
No.12. for St. Paul, lesves N. P.
localdepot dally 1:25 p m
MlBSd,to Whitehall, leaves N. P.^Maal depot dally at 7:00 a. m.^On TharSSays this train will^run through lo Fohy and Norrls.^Trains Nos. 11 nnd 12 have Standard^Pullman Slcrpinir Cars to and from f.^Paul.
Throughtickets to Japan and Chins via^Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship
ForInformation, time cards, maps and^I leasts, call on or write to
BP,M TUOHY. General Agent,^or CHARLES S. EKE. General Passenger
Agent.St. Paul. Minn.
THERE'* ONLY ONI^RAILROAD
Thatoperates Us trains on the famous^block system between the Twin^Cities, Milwaukee and Chlcsgo;
Thatlights Its trains by electricity^throughout;
Thntuses the celebrated electric berth^n adlng lamp.
Thatruns four splendidly equipped pss-^senger trains every dsy from St. Psul^and Minneapolis Hit nigh to Chlcsgo,^via Milwaukee;
Andthai road Is the
tlilt AGO. MIl.WAiaCK s
Italso operates steam-heated vestlbuled^trains, carrying the latest private^compartment cars, library buffet^smoking cars, and palace drswlng-^room sleepers.^Parlor ears, free reclining chair cars snd
thevery hest dining csr service.^Kor lowest ratsetn any point In the United^Slates. Canada or Mexico, apply to^ticktl agents, or address
jT. COMLBTT,^Ass t Gen'I P is Agt.,^St. Paul. Minn.^NOTE^Elegantly squlpped trains from^St. Paul nnd Minneapolis through to Pe^^oria. St. Louis and Kansas City dally.
Throughsei-vlce between St. Paul, Min^^neapolis. Helena, liutle, Spokane, Seattle^nnd Portland. Connections at western ter-^BJgasM for Kootenai Country, Oregon snd^California points. Alaska. Japan and^China. Connections at Twin Cities for all^points East and Souih. Single and round^trip tickets to all points snd baggage^Checked to destination.^Leaves^Atlantic Express, daily...! ^0 p m^Leaves^lax al for Helens, dally...9.10 a m^Arrives^Pacltic Express, daily. . .1:10 p m^Arrives l,ccal from Helena, dally 9 15 p m
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MCSTDIRECT LINE to
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Oceansteamers leave Pertlsnd svsry^Bve days for San Frsnclsco sad Sautters
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EMcNEII.U^Presldeat and Manager.