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THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MOHXIXG. JVLY 8. 1*97.
ButteNews.^SUIT FOR COMMISSION
Rfer^^ Appointed in tb* Lawlor-^K^nip*r Cm*
ALARGE SUM INVOLVED
Ste*l*Is Ordered to Make a Settlement^With a Tenant Before Tearing^the House Down Over Hi*^Head Court Doing*.
JudgeClancy yesterday appoint. .1^John B. MrClrman ret. ice In the c**^^^of W V Law lot again*! S V Kemper,^a suit for a division of a I:':..^.on com^^mission on the rale of th. Ground^Squirrel mliunu rials*, The amount of^the deal w^p Uih.DOo. upon which Mr^Kemper got s 10 per rent. comml^slon^and kept the whole amount LaWksf^claimed to hate been a partner and^sued for hie share. smuuntlnir I^ III^and won the euit. He also aakeil for^Intel est at 1* per rent, from Keli. 10,^11*4. and the referee wax appointed to^find the amount due and re|uirt the^facta and his conclusion* of law to the^court. An order to show cau*e was also^taiued. due. ting the defendant to ap^^pear In court on July lo to ahow why^an Injunction ahould not be imued re-^straining- hint from dlepoelna of his^property Both Judge McHatton and^John P^. Forhl*. opposing counsel,^agreed that the apiHitntmrnt of a ref^^eree was Irregular, and Mr, McHatton^took an exception, while Mi Korl.ls^asked that the appointment be vaulted,^hut after a great ileal of talking had^been done, the court concluded lo let^the appointment stand and continued^the further hearing of the case until^Sept. t.
lathe case of t'lark T. Martin^against J. H. Steele, a suit to enjoin the^defendant from tearing out the Clar^^endon building and Injuring the busi^^ness of the plaintiff, who conducts a^Larlxr shop In the basement, a motion^to dissolve the tem|^nar^ Injunction^was argued la-fore Judge flamy raster-^day and overruled. The court said^something about the arrogance of land^^lords and their manner of riding over^poor tenant* and raid he would allow^the Injunction to stand and Steels will^be prevented from muklng the enntetn-^pated repairs on his building unless h^^ran make some settlement with his^tenant.
HenryKlpp yesterday brought suit^against Ruth A. Rurtnn to get ikisbis-^Sion of a house and lol In the U'ggut *^Poster addition and for S4o a month^rent from May 14 l^, to June 14. lfc^7^In May. ISM Klpp' sued Mr*. Itiirto.i^far $3*4.15 and got Judgment and under^an execution the property in question^was sold by the sheriff and bid In by^Klpp for ttw.tt Mr*. Burton tailed to^redeem the property and also r. fusel^to surrender possession, though she^brought a MUit to set aside the snarl^f^^sale on the ground that it had not been^made in legal form.
AttorneyKdler made another unsuc^^cessful attempt yesterday to secure the^release from Jail of William Jaeger, the^man who made a raise on a worthies*^(heck, bat Judge nancy asaided to let^the man remain in Jali for a little^longer.
JudgeClancy adjourned his depart^^ment of court until Hept. 1.
Wherewill you spend your vacation^^If you enjoy fishing or beautiful scenery^write ^The Ravalli.^ Hamilton, Mont .^for rates.
f4ecurea portfolio to-day of the^Corbett-Fltsslmmons fight. ^The Klght^of the Century.
CUNNING OF THE HAND.
Sunt*of jit ^ Ailvantagri. t'ti.n'Med lo the^Ama-ldrstruas.
Ambidextrousmen ami women, ot^those who can use either light or left^hand w ith equal farlllty. are not nearly^so frequently met with as might nt first^be supposed. In fsrt they are quits rare^The double faculty Is. however, much^more frequently met with among^butchers and nailers ihan in nny othei^walk* of life. Left handed butchers are^num. rous as * walk through any of^our large market houses will .pie kly^demonstrate, but It I* a very Interesting-^study to watch one of them who will^cut. chop, saw and handle his meats^without once changing it from one side^to the other on the block or . hanging^his own position
Inview of the many advantages de^^rived from the ability to use both hands^squally well. nian^ iieople have often^^xpreased surprise at the action of sdll^cstional authorities In Insisting on the^use of only the right hand, instead of^trying to develop an equal skill in the^other They all stick to the tight-hand^ed Idea, however ami an old resident of^Frankfort, noted for hfs ambldextroua-^s. Is still mourning loss of a prise at^1 through the u^e of his L it hand^In writing, although he was equally^skilled as a penman with his right.
Thebenefits de.fved from the vis. of^both hands wt.e excellently illustrated^rn the experience of two carpenter* who^Uveal In Frankford some year* ago.^Their names were Cros* and Walton.^Slid the former was night-handed the^latter left -handed A* one was also v. t ,^tsll and the other very short, they made^a ratrtou* couple, but they always^worked together laying flisirs and put^^ting up Joiners work in building*.
Theycould take Jobs of this character^cheaper than any other, because th. ^^could work from either end toward each^other so handily Cross would square a^floor board at oaa end and Walton^^ould 'scribe' and cut It off at the^4^ei then nail down, working^together from opposite en,Is
Left-handedmachinists are always at^* disadvantage as ma. hlnery Is in-^adapted to people who work^Bt-handed but the ambidextrous^nan or woman I* always at home In^Whatever work Is undertaken
withthe consequent famine and plague^that devastrd India last win^thus predicted son ouintha In advsn ^^*^.
Thisis the greatest present triumph^of practical meteor.Hagy, Nothing like^It Is ^et possible an) ^ hen- In temperate^tone*. Hni no on* an say what may^not be possible In lime to come, when^the data now lietng gathered all over^the world Khali at last be co-ordinated^classified and madi the basis of In..ad^t Indications. Meteorology Is prc-eml-^! nenlly a science of th. future
depended ON THE CHAPLAIN.
Villiii Member of I ..ngreea Wanted the^Prayer Longer Than I snal^A short prayer Is. as a rule, preferred^b] the memlier* of the house, but a
Iri iinneriI Southern member wa^ heard^to i x press the wish most fervently the^St bet day thai the.haplain would pull^it out a little This member was not^in th. bouse at th, time, and the fact^explains In* sapeclal interest in the pe^^tition for that occasion, nay* a corre-^^pondenl in ih. Me* Tors Tribune He^was on hi* way lo the ^ apltol. riding^with a friend In s street csr. He was^I onsulttng Ins wall Ii . v ^ i ^- minute, ami^peering through the front window in an^i (Toi t to gel a gllmps. of the flagstaff^on the hens, wing It's going to be a^. lose shave.^ be sin.I to his friend. The^friend asked if the wali-h was right^^A few mlnutis slow. I'm afraid.^ Hi.^member replied, and It's now three^, minute* past ||
iJust then the car came In good \icw^ol th^- mpltol aiol Ihafi Hi. Ung was^Hying over the house wing.
0*1 whig'^ cxcln I mcd the member^I'm late. Mr*!^^Tou haven t counted the chaplain^. In. suggested the friend.
Thai'sso.^ assented the member.^^He'll help out If he'll only hold on long^enough.
IIIK lit to be good for three min^^utes.^ said the fi lend
Sometimeshe I*.^ replied Ihe in. oi^^lier ^Chaplains ore the most surpris^^ing people, however Tou never csi
tellabout how long Hi. ^ II last. When- ,^I ever they have h good topic they make
Anythingof special Interest for the I^chaplain to-day '^ asked the friend
Nothingthat I know of, Nobody^dead, nobody wi \ ,-n k It will be Just '^my luck for the prayer lo-day to be the !^shortest on record.
Just then the Mir Slopped on top of
lluhill, and the ini|.ati. nt member and^the frli nil started on a In i^k run for the^capllol building. The member kepi his^eye anxiously fin the Hag. expecting It^lo start down tin stuff every second.^Hill Ii kept llylng. He was In time. .^The house that day sat for an hour^The deiav grew out of Rome of Jerry^Simpson's antli s The member was^late, and, bring Unpaired, was afraid^that Mi. Simpson might by gecMl nt a*,^cute a .-all of the house, and in such an^^Vagi lo wanlcd to be on hand. No I^, school boy was IVST In a greater fever ,^through fiar of a lardy mark.
CHILDRENWHO WEAR SPECTACLES
UssvssagIsersasssf aVsTrasralsa toning j
theYouth Bf the I III.* d Slnti..
KroniIhe Indianapolis S, ntlmi
Americansare fast erowin*r us.-,l t-^^Ihe sluht of ihe school children M hos.^spectacled eye* Hie In contrast to thir^youthful face*, Statistics show thai ill^Ihe United Stales at bast M per rent,^of the school children ate near-sighted,^mi,I this Is only otf the main Att^^racts from which the eve suffers,^j lii the June Review of Reviews Dr^I Allport of Minnesota, u ho dis.-u^ses^this Iniiioiiant theme- the dafsctlvt^j eyesight of American children -give*^, for the ruime cause of the detrcneracv^of human eyesight the rxcessrvfl strain^upon the eye plodtlied by intellectual^pursuits. That Intellectual nrogress 1^' snd ocular defeneration are Insepara^^ble and that savages do not suffer from^defective sight Is proven by the fact^that among Indian children only 2 per^rent are affected by myoids. snd !^among negroes only li'-i (icr rent. Of ]^L'000 Mexican Children examined eight^only were near-sighted, M fiir-slchtod^and 111 astigmatic In the I tilled Slates^30 per cent, of the sehiMil children have^| defective tyea, while In lo lilianv. I
wherenM sseta of lalnllsiHaal psjraulti
ulMitind.and the typography of bisiks Is^of the most ^\.. ruble ,|cs, liptlon. II per^cent, of Ihe childri n lire uivoplc.
Iif course, ihe subject Is of the great^oat lni|sirtancr. and n medial measures I^ihould bS taken In both parents and^teachers. The latter should lie trained^lo deled the first signs of *^ pat t \\ ^^ tyt-^sight and work should bf arran^, ,1 to^lust suit the eyes of the tmpils. Hut -^many parents A* not watch youag chil^^dren at their reading and allow thim^to read by waving light, dim gne.llghl.^or to strain Ihe eyes by too much rend^trig at night. Let the amall bovs and ,
girl*g* then studxing by daylight,I^,-\ ^ n U the) have to arts* as hour ear-
herto do so. and gftvs tin m game., that
donot rsqtiln any st ratal**1 of the . yi
forthe evening s enlertalntm nt. Oft**^, hlktn '^ ooat ak si eal and weak are al^^low.-.! to i.ad hours at u stretch and^nilHlllllllj waken their eyesight.
QUARTEROF A MILLION
TheNumber of Coal Miners on^the Verge ot a Strike.
UroatForce* ol Men Vote to Uo Out as^Soon as the National Officer*^Shall Order a Suspension^ot Operations.
fur**aiil f'.rtii ^ nt tif stdft^hf n ^ nisiti' r ^ nt (Jm^rMMt M iiiM.ii * K'm*^ iir^^. *H|~* AlS
/f 1 fg. r/^ ^r^t^ nirt for r*rh *
Mn.tivWlirn in '
writ*to Prof liiisyoa. l.V)V less itratt, I'kllss^delj.hi-^. Pa. fur f.'tn USStflrsI sdvlf*.
Hennessy's Hennessy's | Hennessy's
Easyfor tk* Heather Man.
VJfTVKR Harper s Magaxlne^Yr At only one place on the globe has it^J been possible a* yet for the meteorolo-^' gtmt to make long-time forecasts merit-^ngg tbe title of predictions. This is In^th* middle flanges valley of .Sorthen;^I sail* In this country the climatic^sajsuMttons are largely dependent upon^th* periodical winds tailed monsoons,^which blow steadily landward I torn^April to October, and seaward from ^ i,^tots r to April The summer mm^bring ^*^ all-essential rain*. If they are^delayed or restricted in .m ot ^h i,^grill be daouth and consequent famin.^And suck restriction of the monsoon^fct Mkely to result when there has been^^pTsiisMsatar asen or very Isle sno^fail ik)g Hlmalsys*. bnxua- of m^^g of spring temperature by the^I snow. Thus bare it I* i^ossiule.^the anoafal) in the inauu-^somc imasursl ot^lafall of the |ol^drouth ^C
ToK^:ei inlnnle lnseels.
liianlimssis the I- -i Hafeguard^against Insect*, fresh air, ^oap and
waterlasjgg ail pawtrf*1, if no snap sr
refuseIn- left to decay unnoticed. Floor^and shelves of pantry should be wiped^with a damp cloth daily Th, outside^of all ut. tisis kepi peiieeilv , l.-an. the^slight, si carelessness in this particular^Mag sansevrai lo bring a whole army
OsT*fad utensils not In daily use
shouldhave ih.ir oovan |*fi slightly
njarto admit air and prevent mustl-^n^**. and oft-times rust.
Therefrigerator should be kept n.^r^a window, ^o that it may Is- frequently^gt odad with air and light. In no place^is more apparent ih, housewife* thrift^painstaking ami untiling Mlelgf,
Camphorwill pi.\,nt th. ravages of^ml, e For wat.-fbugs till cracks and^crevice* with a paste made of two ta-^1,1. ypr. n* ot plaster of parts, one tea-^spoonful of sugar and one tahh |s^in of^green tea.
Toguard again*! buffalo bug- the^flimr should be srtped with water In^which spirits of turpentine have been^mixed^to a large pailful of hot water^add a pint turpentine. This 1* a pei-^fe. t pnvcntlv^ against this ^.. sl. and^Is well worth trying by those w ho*e^^io*oi* and pantiles haw bse* infested^by these dreadful vermin
fuiupreiiaeil\lr for I nrpets.^Air, highly compressed, is now ex^^tensively employed In the (leaning of^I rerpels. Th. air Is a-.pli. .1 in numer-^1 ous fine streams whbh. wuhout agy^Injury to the carpet, drive out every^psrtlile of dast, however dirty the ear-^|.t may be Th. Is-ating roaehlae^whi.-h sirik.s ih. r-arts-l . n ite ungei^side by leather tienter* will handtt a^carpet of very alrge dimensions. Th-'i^are pssaed ba.kward and forwar.'l^through the machinery until they sense^to give off sny dust, sll the du*t bring^isrrled off hy sn exhsustlng tsn Int..^a chamber where it meets th. exhsu^t^, steam from th. engine T%e com-^pressed air machine is the LstsjN lm-^I provenien' ami dispenses allngrther^I with a pressure of TO poun.ls per square^| inrh snd recap*-* from a row of Jet* In^th* pipe. atrlkeS the carjiet and dls-^| lodges the dirt. The carpet la passed^' over a cylindrical toller and Ihe Jet^i Pipes are ssu| ended ulsiut Inn Inch**^sbov^ I he roller. imralM with ,t The^I alt ii removed by exhaust pipe.
T.lie ||In.I Jul; i Th- Kx
pre**will *^^^ lo-niw : Next Sun^^day, m pil, i to that dag, circulars will^b. planed in the hands of all the bltuml^nou* miners In the l ulled Stale* call^lug idem .ail on a strike. It Is estimated^that :p',i,ism men will be Involved.^Pennsylvania. Ohio Indiana. Illinois^and parts of West Virginia and Ken^^tucky Will colli ribllte lo the IlloVelu, lit.
Thestrike Is lo enforce the Columbus^.^rale of ^ cents per ion fot Pennsyl^^vania, cents for Ohio and Indiana^and cents for Illinois When the Co^^lumbus schedule ^a- adopted il was^not thought advisable to attempt Its^infnie.ment ^ committee was then^appointed to lake In hand the matter^of a strike nnd lo order one as mom us^such a course se^ ni^ d opportune. This^committee has decided that the lime^has come lo act.
Mra*tor,111., July I A mass meeting^of mlnir* here to-day voted unanimous^^ly In go on *ttiki' now and not wait for^a general *u*l^'nslon order As a I on^sequence no coal is being mined and^nearly L'.nmi millers are Idle
llrnldw.Msl.Ill . July I The miner* of^Ihi' entlte Wilmington Held met to-day^and decided, by unanimous vote, to go^on strike when the nutloiial rsjftcer*^shall order a suspension of work.
Troiilllshlng was never heller than^now in the numerous stream* near^Hamilton. Write The Havalli^ for^rates.
tecart a portfolio to-day of the^I 'oiiieti -FitzsliniiioiiH tight. The Klght^of ihe Century
features of tils I^l ui 1 (Coup aSStStng^American 4 oi neelloa - tew^.tdvsiitiige* Offered,
FromIhe Chicago t'hr'inicie.^Away out In Ihe water* of Ihe north
irn Pacific, their bold promontories pro^^tecting v..11 up into the skies, is u^group of Islands. At some 2.Hon miles^distance from San Francisco, they lie^almost In the course of trans-Pacific^vessels. They are the most Interesting^group of Island* In Ihe world at Ihe^pit sent time They are ready lo become
iipail of the ( ntled Slates uii.lci ,t^treaty of annexation. Huvvuil. the in^^fant republic, recently changed from a^nominal kingdom, where Queen Lllluo^kalanl whs nominal ruler and lh^- sugar^king was the actual power, ha* asked^for ihe protection of the star* and^stripes. Kven If this were a*t so the^events of Ihe past year or two out In^that little country would cause a de^^gree of interest to the American people^w hich Ihe turmoil In the Fast could not^offset
Itseems probable that the treaty of^annexation will be ratified, although^the sugar trust will fight II to the bit^^ter end. This being the rise. It Is In^^teresting to the people to learn what II^Is Ihe l'nlled States will arqulre under^thai treaty. Kverybody lias a more or^b s^ comprehensive ides of the proposed^tsrrltOTT, but It I* nafe to say that f. w^reallxc just what the annexation would^mean outside of the complications in a^governmental way which would follow^Few prisons not fresh from the geogra^^phy ela** could tell the number^and extent of the islands, and what^they might lie good for. That Ihey sre^Ihe origin of most of the 1'acitlc sugar^output is known, but how many and^how large they may he Is still known^to the favored few only.
Tk*group consuls of idght Islands of^considerable fertility and a bunch of^rocks of lotal Sgl I Hills^ surrounding
Ihem The territory which Is pro.lur^live aim tints to no more than the slate^, ; Com client ami less Ihan Massachu^^setts. Trie eight Islands and their r*^^si^^il\^ areas at* as follows: XII-
hgttra,n sgaars rails*; Kauai. .%^^
Fquaremiles; iiahtt. tnw square miles.^Hi lokal, IN square miles: Maul. 710^square milis; Lanal. 1M) square miles,^i\ ih la we, (^:: si|tiare miles, and Ha^^waii, l.-l^ Miliar miles. The total at! n.
IIwill be seen. 1* ii.740 square mile* of^fl nib leirltory. Hut one of Ihe islands^will ti. v. r be a hh-sng and may prove a^CUrse to the country which acquire* ii
HOMEOF TH K l.KPKHS^MotokaJ, vvilh its '.'To square mile* of^Itrrltoty. will never be of much use
froma commercial standpoint., it ^s^thr place of exile of the poor creature*^whore frame* are wasting away under
th. dread pia which has ravaged
theearth from the lime the ark was de-^pciltsd on Mount Ararat until the last^electtoa, and Is still uneonquered. There^cn Its rocky. Inhosuitahle shore* the^I and* of unclean'' huddle about in^hideout group... waiting for death.^Ttetir malady, one. ingrafted on the^tl.sh. never leaves the victim until^.bath siipiiven,* Thi* island, there-^loi,. will not be much of a Jewel In the^oeronel about to be added lo the heir^^looms of Ihe grand old party.
Hawaii,the island from which the^group gels Its name, is one of Ihe most^fertile of the number 't I* not onlv^far the largest, a small slate in itself,^but It ha* a* many varieties of soil and^climate as s country of much greater^extent and importance. It i* watered^on the windward *ide by roplou*^rain*, and stream* rush Impetuously^down the mountain sides to the sea.^Hue are many of Ihe *ugar planta^^tion*. Ihe product of which has made^the Island republic. ^^ noted in com^^merce snd politic* of late year*. Coffee^of s very gooil quality is also grown on^this island In great quantly The plan^tatlens range from s few hundred trees^to 200.000 There are many aor.s of^good coffee land still uncultivated.^.Maui I* nlso u line Island. It is In the^rugar and i, ffee business vvilh Ihe pa^^rent ^^ the ^roup. snd produce* s va^^riety of corrals also.
Oahuhas tlx distinction of being the^rapttaJ Island On It 11 loested Hono^^lulu, the cspital city of the republic^nnd form, r kingdom. Thi* city has^about ro.ooil inhabitant*, and ha* ben^described s* a veritable garden Every^house Is surrounded by a garden plot,^and trie Hide-spreading palms whbh^line the streets add greatly to (he^biglltl of a naturally beautiful city.^Some attempt at sri hltectural adorn-^ggsrrl has be. i, n-a.li with the result^thst the city is a place of alternate^quaint old house* and modern dwell^Ing* Kb-ctrbUy Is used for lighting^the streets, snd the telephone has in-^raded th.- sleepy horn* ofthe Ksnaka*.^What are known as tram*, and which^will be r^*Wn as street car* when^A inert** changes the languag from
Kngllshlo American, run from the my^lo the seaside resort snd bathing place^four miles from the city. There Is a^fine park, numerous busine** houses^and schiM.lt. ..II told tk* cK) Is gretl^up with mure favored sisters In modern^civilisation.
Thirtymiles of railroad have been^built on Oahu It will ultimately belt^the Island 'ither Islands are prepar^^ing lo add this means of transporta^^tion to ihe prlrglttvr method* now |g
generaluse Titer* will he vast Improve^ments In Ihe renditions when this Is^done sTveg now cesnmanlcatton with
theoutside w. Id and ilIb*f Island*
Iskept up with much regularity, for a^numerous tbet, comparat ively speak^^ing, flies thi Hawaiian flag Fifty-two^v.ss. Is steamer*, harks, ship* and^schooner*, with an aggregate tonnage^of I'l.HTs- sr.- operate,I under lie*****^grsnted hy the Island republic's govern^^ment
The|m^pulalion of the group I* Ion. ino^Of these there sre 37.000 Hswaillans. or^Kanakas. UI.imh) half-breed* 1MU^ ch I -
n.s.- jt,i .la nam .-^ '' I'm lugiiese
and14.ikn) American* and Kurnpe.in*.^(Julie as badly mixed a population a*^could well be sjleeted in such a llmlleu^area. The Kiiropeaiis embrace SlaVatt^every nation on the western half o Ihe^eastern hemisphere, tlf the husliiess^taa* by th. islands In 1V5. ';^-:^^ s Hsl^was with th, Fnlted Slat,*. Tim ls*4^Bf the world secured one-*lxlh that^amount of Inislnes* vvilh Ihe republic.^This tells the story of what would^come with ihe annexation to a ttreat^extent at least. Hut little bt know* of^Ihe natives or their capacity I* z i.ern^i h, ins. iv, Tb, i.v. \ in, ^ (.-a us ,.n i h,.^^ land dominate litem now . and It is duo^to their effort* thai annexation hag pro^^s' less, ,| a* I ii- ^^ il ha...
Althoughthe written history of ^;k*^Hawaiian islands begins w Hh il.elr dis^^covery by Captain Cock In 17TS, yet the^aboriginal inhabitant* had at thi.t tile^an oral traditional history whl'h n-^lended bach for several r**tgn^vs. A*^to Ih'ir origin, the people forme I I ut^one briini h of the Polyn** un inie.^vv hlch m a n in ie period sstttad i M Ihe^groups of Island! ui the wa'ral sn*
astern Pacific; as far as New / aland^In the' south and Faster Island lit lLe^east.
PAPTA1MOOOK'I TRAOIC PATS.
ItIs also proved by conrtirr ml Itaiil-^llons of ih^ ilifferr-n' groups that tbsro^wa* a general movement of poptikillon^thfOUghotll eentral Polynesia duripg^la* twelfth and thirteenth renin irs , f
Ih*Christ IIra. during uiiieh Ihe
HarveyIslands nnd afterward Nov^Zealand were colonized, and many ^ ny-^age* wore made between the Hawaiian^Islands and the Saninan and Boctety^croups. This Intercourse, however,^seems lo have BSSSed for 4n0 or ^^0(l ytggg^befoie the inrival of Captain Cook.
inJanuary h, it;*, captain (.'oak.
Ihegreat navigator, while sailing th ^^north from Ihe aoctety ktlanda, dlsrov-^erisl Ihe Island* Oahu and Kauai. Thr^next dav hr landed a' Waoneu. K inai,^wh.te he held friendly Inter^^course with the native*. and^afterward laid In supplies at^Nalha*. He finally Salksj for Alaska
Fosbrauaryt, The Hawaiians looked
uponhim as an Incarnation of la* g'd^Lono, and upon his crew as *uf i Mia-^turul brings. FtetHraiag from Ihe Arctic^thr follow lug winter, he nnrho'cd m^Kealakekuu buy. January 17. 177s. ibrr^he i.-e. i\,-,l divine honors and ^a*^loaded vvilh inunith .nt present* of the^best t hit I Ihe inlands could produce, liv^^id* rash and arbitrary roads'rt, hOW-^ever, hi' involved himself in an affmy^with Ihe aatlvs* In which he was^killed on February 14. I77^.
tH ub oi, sprelnele.
Julianllalph In the New York Journal^The rest of the show was nine-tenth*^of Ihe whole procession, and it was all^military, Americans who saw all the^recent pageants of Kurope say that^nothing, except th, Russian coronation,^excelled it. and that nothing rise In re-^i * nt yearn approarhed it. If ynu ask^what 1 say. il is thai the splendor ami^gliiiet ami blaze of it rendered It al^^most barbaric. It was keyed almost a^Hole too high It made men catch their^breath, ami it made women cry.
Itwhs savagely splendid, a queer^I 1,,, ^ ssion to celebrate a quiet woman's^r.ign, for It bristled with thousand*^noon thousands of the sharpened steel^belli ,,f Knglnn,l s lighting men. and It^soltnili ,1 mi not,- except Ihe note of^strength, ib tlance and readiness for^war I cannot describe nil the .regi^^ments of lain. is. the battalions of hus^^sars, the souadrons of ho|-*e artillery,
theeentipeib -legged length* of Infantry
andall tin rest now ^the great, quick-^moving snake was all steel and silver.^N. xl Its winding CgrVJM were all gold^ami red. and^blue and w hit
ll,i^ were Myriads of sailor boys or^eoalblnck negro troop* sf ^litmus or^of |hi Fast Indies; now cam^ a swaim^of brown-clad Swiss-looking Anglo-^Africans, hot from the fighting In Mat*^no. I.ion,I and next were while soldiers^and Chinese police from Hong Kong;^Itlell Who looked like gentlemen cow^^boys and i'ame from Australia others^r*r| like them fr. m Ihe Cape and frogs^Natal,
For*evenly-live rain*!** lb*ea brill^^iant, goigioi.s gold and silverplated be-^featherrd or lurbaned or fur topp, d^men swung by. all Hashing liack the^arrows of the sun' an dsettlng obi^^uirow* of the BSM^ end si tting sM^ti.ir.,1, ui' and color and splendor of Ihe^ffhovv. London had i xpected a show in^whbh their would be only ope great^figure, the q*s*a, but the scheme grew^and swell-,1 and altered until th^ ojumu^at Inst became merely the proud rap-^tain of a multitude of shining, gilded^stc.l-tooihcd wardogs. gathered from^svwry corner of the glolie. Perhaps It^would be better to call these showy,^cocky, coniiilcnt. splendid lighting men^her loving Isidyguard. hut call them^what you will it was Ihe queen* day^fir*t and Tonimv Atkins' Jubilee after^^ward.
ForFriday and Saturday
000pairs strictly new
Twoclasp, with heavy stitchiufc; colors, browns, tans, new greens,^olive, oxblood, navy, white and black.
$1.35Quality for 89c Pair.
$1.00Quality for 50c Pair.
THE(iLORIOra FOI RTH^ seem* to be but an ordinary affair to the^people of Butte and no concerted action for celebrating the day will he^taken. Home of you will seek pasture* green and take a two days' vaca^^tion. We've Wraps. Suit*, Waists. Skirts, everything you want at a bar^^gain. Come early and *ec.
HKAVYHUACK CLAV WORSTED^Suit*, in Frocks, Sacks and Square^Cut*, sizes 3Ti lo 44, made and finished^in the beat of style and equal to any^$l*.oo or $20.00 Suit In Butte for
Lightand dark coi r:,^must bei closed out to^^day, (food 50c quality,
FINE IMPORTED W O R S T E D H.^Clay* and Venetians. In Frock and .^Sack Suits. *lie^ 3,1 to 44, regular tner- 'Q*^rhant tailor garments
FINEBLI'E AND REACK .SKBI.3-^lon lined Cheviot Coals, hoi weather^garment*, only
EXTRA FINE WORSTED HERCE^Coat*, skeleton lined, only
Waists,Skirts, Suits^and Petticoats.
SIZEM BY 4I.-INCI1. OOOD MI S-^lln, finished ready for use, per pair,^only
r-4SIZK OF OCR STANDARD Ql'AE-^Ity Muslin, perfect bleach, per j^Hdr,^only
K-4SIZE OF A SC PERI OR^Hlearhrd Sheeting, worth |Lss pair,^to-day only
9-4SIZE PLEACHED SHEETS,^nicely finished, srlllns rlsrwhere at^11.50, our Plica only
MailOrders to HENNESSY'S,
OtherHouses may quote prices in the newspapers that seem lower than ours, hut^thoy only ^ Seem So On Paper.^ Shoddy merchandise has no foothold here. Sat^^isfactory goods and satisfactory prices mako this
--^^THE1 SATISFACTORY SHOP'
gadred. and mum they were swavUs*
SOLIDOAK^COMBINATION BOOK CASE
ANDWRITING. DESK.^PRICE $8,011.
ContainsTwo Flour Bins, Two^Drawers, Two Bread Boards,^very useful Table for kitchen.^PRICE $3.00.
SOLIDOAK ROCK BR, Seat Up-
host:r.'d In Silk Tapestry.^PRICE ti.85
WoOatTTJ a General Lilne Of HOU6B FURNISHING GOODS,
PARLORSUITS,LACE CURTAINS,CROCKERY. ETC.
COUCHFS.LOUNGES, RUGS.^FANCY ROCKERS.
LanderFurniture and Carpet Company
19Kast Quart* Street, Tuttle Buildintr. Butte, Montana.
KromIK' Philadelphia American.
CorrespondentSo the war Is over,^general
Weyler Ye*. *lr. I have^proclamation ending it.
Correspondent Hut win re^at my of S.tHtO *^ddW r* going
WeylerTo the front. *lr. Ah. of^course; to notify 11 hand of lhe*e Cuban^,!^ v ils tl .11 ib,- war is at an end.
lil^t1; round*.^From the Prtrolt Free Pre**
Mywife clean* hataM eight times a^year.^ said the applicant for divorce.
1'1 ree grsnted.^ said the judge In a^voue thst shivered.
ifrati are a botanist, spend ^,^ur va^^cation at Hamilton Write ^The Ha^^valli^ for rates.
TheUntie C.enetal Kleetrle Co have^remeved their office to 53 E liroaduay.^opposite the old place.
Secur.'a portfolio tu-day of the^Cornell-Fltsslmmons ll^ht. The Fight^. f thi Century.
MAMT I U 1 IMliTCTAnC Th* *0'1' ''0,,p*r districts of Nelson^JtlUn I ana lnVt^lUKj a,v,^'on *nu ,n* rlch^Uver district* of the
Sloeanare now helnx recognised by the^mlnlnit world 11s the rlche*! districts yet rtin-overed on the civilised globe Among^properties listed with me are some thst can still be hsd at very low figures. Prop^^erties that speak for thcm*elve*. Correspondence solicited. Information cheerfully
given.ANDREW JENSEN, Nelson. B. C.
THELARGEST AND FINEST
Healthand Pleasure Resort
LaruePlunge Baths-. Small Pinner.' Baths Private Baths ami Natural^Vapor Baths can be hud at all hours. Dancing 111 the pavilion every^Sunthiy afternoon ami evening, free.
ti*twl fr^ni Saturday, returning Monday.
PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS. MONTANA.
C.R. BURKET. Proprietor.
TheStandard's Want Advs. Pay.
tTsj.Hope. 11. B. Hiowniee. h. C. Cha.-n.^Marcus Daly. F. t: Sargeuat.
H0GE,BR0WNLCE ^ CO.^BA.NKL;KS
Transactsa General Banking a^a*Ja*sa^^Exchange lIMM on the leading cities ot^Europe Collections promptly attended to.
Correspondent*:Wells. Kargo ^ Co .^New York: Wells. Fargo * Co. Salt^lake; Wells, Fsrgo ^ Co . Sun Kruncla-^ra; Omaha National Bank, Omaha, llogv,^Daly at Co.. Anaconda
lets the be^t obtainable in the section^he Journey* through. The best hotel or^cafe, at times, the best wine, but al^^ways the best newspaper A stranger^on the train* passing through Montana^1* rurprtfcd at the traveling man's al^^most unanimous demand for the Ana^^conda Standard The ratio i* abou' :'i)^Standard* asked for to two oT sny^Western daily Th^ traveling man geta^the best. Your friends in the Kast^would appreciate a newspaper of the^Standard* character^it print* n ^.^prints it every day In the year. Ths^lubtcrlrtlon rerrr^* asked are the earn*^a* Inferior paper*. $1.00 per month de^^livered Register as a permanent ijtaa-^dard ratroa now.