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IS REFUSED HIM Edward Carney Fires Two Shots Into William Smith, a Bartender. HARMON'S SALOON IS THE SCENE OF THE SHOOTING Carney. Who Is in Jail. Is Saud to Have Been Annoying Customers-Smith Puts Him Out, After Refusing Himn a Drink, and Carney Draws a Revolver and Lets Loose-RRefuIIses to Talk. 1 l\.,11,i 1 v.iii i- ivi thli' v .vnti i.li f ,i r h,,itii inii \\ilv h nn vi ii th , i . ;i ' i rte lit i r ill I.ll,rm ,,n", ,.;do,,, ,,,| 1l 1. -n str.+t. thll,' wilr;.' , i.(.trrll . ;1..Jo t - .p ,, rll. k $;I1 sialvviiin Ir ~vi'ir;il hi, itI ivnI hl;,il l,,iin for' thu "l ,h.mi n hiiii III. Ik d vtI r i a 1ih i.. .i h(.,r .nd . ,nth ad..,, him it hr h;a, th* priue.. Never initi l thii v lir ." r liph vid I .ii ( 1i'it h I loltliv il ;ItII Ii rlivil ll ti I hhl ,i, Oliitu thli ii it. Drew a Revolver. ,A]nm,.t numethltlel1hi1q1 . 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"'lII" in ll vv.v - 1 ii th i ' tt ' - t i pr tvk,.d thiv i i. ii inu rrvii in iiitii ',r v.io anlld alroulls d tht* p+|l,ll are s t ex it'i m' e I . ilward i l mtIi. th' vii I hliil th.l l sho.tl liln . i ;Iintn , . ', \ 11 "i i , I I:,', :vil iv well kni, iin in hili v., li,,I ;i. ;it llvivvivtliir. try ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I iv iti'fn viiiiviiI Ih i- ;. hiiri> dhikIr, a dI alvit rl i nvi ti , :th,-ii vhi- .hin ii hI . bIIi I hi m. n .ii IvIi .i tr~lv t,,I lX',. lfor -, eratr l wet' ,' Iii iin :il I puly hvi t it ilv l. rv lte g+rabbdI, the+ tn;H :,sp1 ,i,,,ranel him. , .,r Inly m e+, talke t o 1 th ' ithy prvi.,, i+,lowe , by . I ltii gi 'i rii vl. Ili. rivlv.r vii". ,ni 'd iv.iv itii, fvnir., I i. cv i n iv: ' n i' He Didn't Know. "\\hv ,hI 1 wt t'h1, th.M +nt , "n .,rn v i.ii ii ,I I , i i, 11 11t l i lv lu t , IIn. I d , Iivvi S II s lviii, I i. t I , imy v i,, l, Ith ,,k .uii li a ],,t ,,t on-<,llaneot,, ipeI . l,,ntal on the' I ( lii l iv rii i i i ii h* ,.1 i l I. , lilivivi at , t I 1 hou h, .1 i. +u th. t . 1nu , h,,l,,l LIt111t' ;l'tl~lt I , "|lltl' 1111 l llt'r, ,;11 1,] I'II] th ' ],l+ ,i!o m:Llk ly ;: ,ul rI'nlt-,, to+ sh ain Ih v llinll i "II it i r vtillI . hi- 11 lil t il th. I h' Illv. v'v vtvld nI I l hilng :lbilvlt I. II. .lvii, Du- i, ne Iul ,- t ,h, 1,n mb r b.1 , i, I.td .I gl... ,f hbter. It i vil l , h, I I I I ' i thiI lsv, g ,nvl l ,ii , 1v .r1 I th;it hiv hlv oIi in til vii n l, hI tv y vi \nvitvhii I ity. One of Harrlniman's· Mcin. 5.0>l I unwli,(.o. 11.uth1 ... \\'. \'. 8 hliiirn , ol, v ,f ilih' isi.;lllt. , ii I'ri .i dt'nt II:irriinlan ,,I the" .% ,then I'an+i.` h i.. crivil lhvri fiim Niiw \,rik. lil. has;.. lh'n hlnslpec.tinty -t'\'t+l of tht. coml Ii;is', litii iviivclivi: ".i hiI i i n- . iv ItI aii'rtr|iii lvti vvv.iv v ivvt i i iv l eily' irip.rty. Jehu Baker Dead. Ih rielk 1ii. Ill. il irc]i . hh Ii i kir, (firit rr i nliltv tvii \..liv t ' iitv ai l'r ii vI' i'., eril tli rly rC'[Il· i ve'utll tii'i ifrv i th' I vIi' I tyfiri h vii itr'Iiirviivii .-itriv i lwar diii! lviri' vv',i'rvai', iv'ci Iii vi':i. SLOW SORES EALI SO RES Slow healing sores are unsightly, pain. ful and dangerous. They are a constant care and source of anxiety and worry. Chronic, slow healing sores are fre quently the after effects of some long debilitating sickness that leaves the con stitution weakened and the blood in a polluted, run down condition, when a scratch, cut, simple boil or bruise, be comes a fearful looking ulcer that grows and spreads, eating deeper and dlceper into the flesh in spiteof everything that can be done to check its progress. Old people whose blood is below the standard and the circulation sluggish, are often tormented with face sores, and indolent, sickly looking ulcers upon the limbs that give them hardly a moment's rest from pain and worry. Ordinary sores Purify the Blood are liable to be come chronic Heal the Sore. when the blood is too weak to throw off the germs and poisons, and no amount of external treat. meunt will heal them, but they continue to grow worse and worse, and many times terminate in that most horrible of all human maladies, Cancer. S. S. S. cures slow healing sores by purifying and invigorating the germ. Iaden, vitiated blood and purging the system of all corrupt tnatter, thus strik ing at the real cause and removing every hindrance to a rapid cure, and this is the only possible way to reach these deeply rooted, dangerous places. S. S. 8. strengthens and tones up the circulation, and supplies rich, nutritious blood for the rebuilding of the constitution and healing the sore when you get rid of the old plague spot for all time. If you have a slow healing, stubborn sore, write us about it, and our Physicians will advise you without charge. 1 The Swift Speaolfe Co., Atlanta, Ga. AMONG THE TOILERS ON COLORADO & SOUTHERN Machine Strike Is Ended, So General Manager Herbert Declares. I1i !, I I4 i.-1111 I'It LS9. I'nm t r, \lhart h i . --(,G.ner;al .tlnagcr itherhert ,if the ('(,hlorilit & Southe.rn rayt that ro fir at thle railroad is concernted lih' -trike it the imachine h plyis of the ,1 l anluy;) inll v'tri l r itiet is ait an (eil. Xit tcott l,-ratltlon till t ,e 1'i ln 11in lthe lutl r et to ItII( rClu i,., ofi tht t striktrs or their r plrt.,n htittilt :,t, 1." hinti i tdl tr ,hrs that th iinitru lion, i itan l I i u hhit, ri t nt i irrlt]tar t liv i11, th, ,i until noon ti trCIIay toI;I report fi- w ,rk ,r i, lit tlarr id, shall be uheyed in I %t11. pl rfi-i I ;Itrlt itir, lh rrl Irt I nt)'i IIit 1,n1n,;uy has ;ll the. I n that can hei I dl f rt i iit Iitly. .\1 , ra lin, Iti \Ir. I ( lt 1t, r l;i the met vho ,.'ere ut l l at ( , ,ih ;boutl sl l n I -ll htr'. ;l,!,litl f,,r toin (l;-te, m ilt within the I tlti4 it f i ft l iII ' II iti his ulltituatuti l ;111i.t i ttti t re lt jin t 1 ha( I. Ahihnt 1 hilf ' ~ I"lI4Ctl union Ii.( if asked Ir Il wtere' Ftivvn their 1tlI t1, titiittn i tl th uC IltInvtr ttihop' . Inl adliltiim, rt m hin flim tlr-ilntl in lianll a, :,id N h.r.it k.i ht i at I , i.t u r iven fm plyn t fi t i li t t ,ho ~ bl r at lll t mlre ar' I . ptl , , I I, i .ti111%e ai ( 111ar I, '111 t kl eor y ,1 r11)1. "I s ,flik, r, ....tt that Ih ' ,h faction frl lht ir rluckw in Ht(hoot of the oir ct'lar abI. Ii , Il~tIun d r . on inaie ,lnii allit. I r I y d, h1 11r, th.,t the fight ,t l ,o; tn t, it hl1I I. GUEST OF THE ASSEMBLY Colorado Governor Lntertained by Butte Union Men. I ,',vi.i nor ID;1 11 I . ( ,ateh of l'ilrra o, th1,- ariit rd In Ihi, City Satir.ay, ii thf Vl t 1 1,, the " ute 1,h-t 1 ut, . \lanizati t Ietre, ;ol.d l lw d (r" ;1111 n n ,r ruvtra'l (itay . I;or tlt,, . r. .l r. ( r ; sl ia, theill ' liiiltlen1lt garIInior , the ll( Int' ililll ,1;11't. He is p f 1.111, fita ly fillf tlit t Hi( 1 ith the labor ti110% it tlI11t I.:iet night he a;-, the ti,1't " i liho n t ;t the fist'ta of the .littr 'ma Tlrae. aldI I.;lir a-t rnhh'. III spt.kinr of ht, l.d.r comblilint in o( hi h, IIl . the r ov.ernlir .lid tihat ther(e had blee ll .m frictiln Ib.'twt 'hl A.ll rit an I,;titr ni11on .id hth \ntcritan Fetdcralitin of I.,lhlor, lit Ithat the epret- t conditiao s Il,fint to a ,ptcty t(tonmnation of all such difir1ulti",. \ nfi w cntral lahb r 'blo y halt hin, htormed in I)tlve.r. ,ovetrnl r ( lote is Phi prridnt ilof Ih h new I t;1h, and L,.,luer (,,n -ld in that city. BIG FAIR BY WORKINGMEN Largest Show in History of New Yolk Is Being Planned. '4\- 11 .1k i , 1 _. - it l1, Olitatu l thIt v.hAt will l,- the hi .-ngest wVorkne'. lo al. hair Il tilh hi lt lory of IhII, city sl:lI 1' h h l i i; 4- t 1 antalt p.dlat,' from .\luth _8 t1, \pl ." It i, '.,pl, h I th t. - 1" r-, it, ill ath t.li. 1 h1,u I . h . t, ili,, 1 l t ' %%,- 1 tl. ni , ` 1k ;,1n ! , h 4 lue nt -,, 'i' tit,, n,t l ml , t lit " ; 1 l1 1, 1h, r 1< il I r 111.';11 /:t, iý,11ts .n t" V.,,all i l ,r ' . .1, -.. ., e . ,,I h I th lbl l.llt mt Lt. I ,i r., 1141l . \\l.th ,th h1111 BUFFALOS ELECT OFFICERS ,imcn AIm nutl Met tig Hi Id in Ludfe Ronom,. Til 1,. t" 1 :r11. . h ini1.1 111. ' m ih , i 1' -, \, 1 111 \., 11 1111i I, !h , i " r I. ."'1 1 .t, 1 .1 1 I'. 11 nn lm.m'm: m, i . imm 1.111 ImIm'mm.Imi lt11 it t.,- I 1 i 11, , 1 ·1 11 11 , 1 1.l I1l. w . t Ih"tm Ii i I : i mll I\, : I',1-t mimhr m I ti h- I , 1 I lium Ihn Lilini.I ct ril, r 1' Ih li t 1. 1, ' I , 1 \ m1, . tm he I, I II , r. \\'. i . 1 . 1 -. ,'' r t; lrv, II.1 l ry i1 t " re. mi l, l II. I" .il1i.hl m unilil ki m.l ,i. 11.11 I I mi- ; i pi er, Ja .'. u I S1,ilb r: -1 . .;11. \\. .I. h,,,I ; e cuxI, ; l , mmn l ,,, \I, . 1- . I1.I1 i i., Ih ian l.liinl ,r Sc: ul\. , \.1~ 1 ,b k .,11 l L.n1 ,rC1,r'ht. TYPOS AFTER CERTAIN MEN Condemn Senators Who Voted for the Anderson Bill. Ihltt' I ,I,1 '.; hiii l unh I ii No, i -i. h hl d i m mitlh i .i i I' ,inmer h:11l .ui i ,day Sltl r mnnl. n It \I .1 I tIm"m ltlti ill \m 'rme Ir. m .r-l ,,1ii li I'. , - l ' , i1i' ' ;B'l" l it'll II i i i '' iim t.ii m i i ,r the \ .-son hill. ci\. ;, I:lrct a ni ont ,f Ithe t.ate Iprintin, ,. 1'" 11III 1 11 tlll ll , 111 \1 I llt; lll.I. . . . . \l. .tan.. For Ten-Hour Day. 11. " ,-- IH I\ I 11 It' - \.\.pi ,l. t. ,i ..M rch -.- \ , '111 ;.itim train m nifm mi if h, ..i'' m I'.nlmt.mi , Nmmiw \ irk andl II.irtl m rm l r;mlii\\ y n t lh 1 c. (s, hmtlm;iv to f, ,rmn ulm,. :m Im l nI mn l ,ir m:1 11 i111' X1.1\' ;111 m \tr;i ;mm:1y " o'M t 1llli 1. Strike Among Brickmakcrs. S . 1 i, M .. h -. - ' I n m,, a , lil ' i 'll m ir e \m. ; ' - mI , m lr'; tlll l ' I 11.m11 1 '11.n t ,,1 ; m1 I ' y .iit. I uis hrik i k in.,liir , mmrnm i y m 'mum .i., ', ,i stliki ii .lxri ,I, li'." 1 I 11 tu - 1.i1t ll ii1 mi \i. I i 'mi r 'm - Ith ir pr ,m,-itii WILL PASS THROUGH BUTTE Trainload of Folks from Maine Are to See the Greatest Camp. .\hou the mi h il of \hM irch ' ttim e m mill ir'e'i the ,, 'am -uri ofi im i te I rtailmin li a ,igi cxelviins,- t . f " p l'le fr'nt Maine, 1 \ho v \ill pass thri umi this city t. and rturn- imlg romai the Ii acitic slope. The musims c-'ss M m.n's, a. oci mion have had ntl., l rimldy oi tmhe' cm 1n"inm tf the exc'urioin. mnti \\ill take the. matter of entertaining the hxcur .i mcni. in ih"i Iing mmthe the I elil into. ilt, hand . T"lihe 'xe 1,t ion wi'l leave P'ortlandl, Maine. for the \\'mst March 16, anml ill several days il iter, 'm h re \ill lie a stop liere long enough to let the exctursiomists see tiie beautm y mf the toim, aindl e'.vry lhin will ie done to make their visit Sti re pleasant. Talk on Dramatic Art, \t the regular meeting of the E':xeelior lr:munatic club tonight, Miss Mary Kellett will give a talk on "Dramatic Art." Not Ily the members of the club and their friends, but all who are interested in this work. are invited to be present. Miss Kelilett is thoroughly proficient and the lecture promises to be both entertaining and instructive. It will take place in her studio in the Pennsylvania building. SANTA FE TROUBLE IS OVER Railway Comes to an Agreement With the Employes. bY ASSOCIATED PRESf. T'opeka, Kas, March a2-At a conference here yesterday between the officials of the Santa Fe Railway company and ofhcers of the railway men, a settlement w p reached. The freight men receive an iincriase of 15 per cent and the assenger tmen iJ per Slint. A clllprolttie was ade oi l the gditlle heatler where the road retains drtulle huuaders on sonme parts of the system and; abllished them on the others, I he aNgraclllit siigned yesterday covers th* coa't liner 0I the Santa Ie system only; bint the ofticials of tilhe roald ani tlhe IIle tllers of the grievance Colllllittee say thiat other agreem.l nts covering the whole sys(tem will be signed today and thti will lie an informtal lmatite r, as the termlis have ailready bee agred uponl . Ye'stetrda ' i rr.c ment sns .igiled by Ge;teral Mn;nagrr \\%.]s toor the: melip:lly, by J. II. Skinm r ohf the Loast ~ine cont ductgrs' clonn ittee('. Ifor .ht cindtuclnrs, ilnd by i. It. Iilennrtt, for the hiaggt.geii n anil brlikri . .e I All incireasea will h b,.ased tupig rates whi Ii wt re ini effect Jaiutary I, I ,2. Algrteme'llrnt ir the mIain llne <Ihller front Ihose ,. the ( .i'.t 111r only ill re gatrd to loa-l matters, tihe sawe increase in wsagis will ie oIht:tiied on b th systenis. lie I.i Juntal diivisgl,in is the onily one ,,i thle Sh ta li proper where doublehead c rs will lie pIerlnit'cel. A. II. (:rarctsonl, as i -til t grain thtie of , Ie Ordel r iof l(il rai i (',ligct,,r. aiil P. II. Mil rrrs* ey, grandl niater of the ltrotherhooi l (if Pld asy T'raiillllnmtl, h:iave beell in To.lka twio mlg ihggts a..i.tittg in tlhe' aljdjustlint t ofl tilhet dlift ltniii . THE SEAMEN ARE UP IN ARMS Allotment Bill Would Be a Step Back ward for Unionism. I1+ S iggl Isi aI P'ESt:S., Nto w Ytrk. March ..--The iorg:niiiet .atlnlin on the I'acilie atd Atlantic coasts are tip i armsli a; lgainst a bill introlduced in ctlgr.-s, which i, designed to restrre the ll IllttllCiet system il and pave the way, they say, for the "crinpillng" Systetll antI other practices which have been albolishled. The tentral Iellder;ited union has re ietis ied a telegraln frmi \'ashinigton Ifrom \\. II. Frazier of the National S.nieitii's iiitii, statinilg thliat elortis were timakiing it have the all .i gllcit bill pased, a i,. laskilng that t ,lly In .endi a prlilotet tliain.t it awithout dely. It s t decided to semil a telcgrami at onte pIrotesting ag:tist the bill, It was further decideld thallt a letter ,ltoull ite ielit to lllowih the lt.lgriili. POTTER CASE IS SETTLED SHe Wins and Will Go to Work as a Union Painter. II g i g la ii 1111i i iiis , tl, t larch .'.--The I',tter ct.e. l.,, lIe. . i til,gI lv the l'ainter ' uniigi n tih ,, ,n liýiitg , i ii. i. n.i t :utli \\ illi,i I Pot t r 1 1,t ' II I,, w!i 'd I.t 1, to w% oirk as aI i ll I..inter i ; . iat thie -.gig tul t. rI - in: ~ ;t il , Il i r ofl tie iiilitia. .t I vew' iru : w ht 1 ,r hich het L., ten I ,' ,._i r, i'll, II Iw ., iiCi thed ill t confer-i - tl -I, nr ti t , t sh .,tiot oif :1I inlterrtr n, e;,, "I. I i. t \ ere I'resid,-tut Il midri.k , I , ! t it r i+, t i , I ,.:1 l',iintets uninon, t,,I at ha . 1 .. ,l,a t< i- ih1-t the case hid injured ,,d, uI.,.t hil., '!,t, to,, i I t teni h it 11111 t te t t i', ,I. DISCHARGE CAUSES A STRIKE Chicago Gashljiht and Coke Company Are in Trouble. 4 . , 1.I i111 I'RitS.. Shit,,,,, Iar h h \s, a re( olt of th., IhI, h..,' re " ,f1. t t' an lotis Vho leca lme il 1 i , 1. 1" , it un. ti,li, formh I,1 in the' 1' : r I ' !t riti vit 4 ;1114 ;Ill()Iol l the l 'ta e t" II,. I.l:l " II te uI I I llliion W Ol'kmllllnll tn I, I, 1 hy thlt' I tlh , (,,a.light :ntl lCake '4 l,lp.,l . y \\'llt 'ni . htr'ike yesterl;h y. ithe c'I pa11y t In Il"\ .1 ] on mn%, 11only a -1111il I. ' t ,ntll \ hom art. I onli()tl \worker-. ,,tl.m -: I.ln are ;t llectel by t..' Want More Money. Ifl I\I111 4 114'Ilif5 . l.4\i Il, .la ., lMarch i 2.- 'he Lowell Te 1til, coun' til, c, po , ld of delegates of all the unioni orglaniioI among cotton \wrkt r., a I llt, l m llt demaid. l upon rhl 4Vten4 1 ,1 c l4ll4 l orpo atitolls of this clt4 for ar ;1i1 t:e 4c of il r I ' cent in warit'. , i - fec(tiv4 Match N 1. } i'" 't en th ut'c-al;l operators are at More Than 2,000 to Go Out. it-',rL,. I'.. \;1rclh ..--. 're thani: a o, , ,,,i, ti r anild d,',, rati rs in the Plitt ur, dI-trict ill :tikrke tlday for .,iti - Weavers to Strike. 1 4 "., ~ ' '. l- It 'aJ \, \ ,.lH . llrd. 11+.,.. M arch -. 1 hr,.. hi h, , l\.. n ii the Ilritol ('I tton inill, will en no -trike todl:ly het':I'Ise oi Ipo r ya 'r and lt"r hilling furnlirh ,I . RABBI WEIFF IS TO COME Pueblo, Colo., Man Called by Local He brew Congregation. l;hi ilei ry \\ icif, now of I'ueblt, ( ,lo., has acceptt1l it ciall 14l41 (;u t11y e;t tion 1 N:l IJr.,Il of tlhi t ity lt take c1hari of" the huilding of .the new Re foIrmed Je4\ ih church. A legra.ntii to that elffect has lhien received,, in Ilutte, andil the rabbi is t'pected here Jsoon. The collectio nl of ftduls lor thle uiil ilig of the Ilew chiurch have priogressed to1 the p1oint swhler. utithcient rn,4ney is inow a;titelll, and 1ilt1 congregaition has grownt to numbers sutliiciertt to 1\arranlt the call ilg of : rabbi to take charge. At lpr sent the regular nmeetinlgs of the congrega.tion are hvel in K. P. hall. At MacNamara Funeral. There was a large attenda.ce at the funeral of Thomas .MacNatiala which took place yesterday afterno.rr, 4oin Sa cred lieart church. Besides tngny friends, there were representatives of 7the Butte Miners' union, of which body the deceased was an active member. Ohio Is Rising. Louisville, Ky., March a.-The Ohio river is rising at the rate of one-tenth of a foot an hour. At to o'clock this morning the gauge showcd .6.6 feet in the canal. IN BROOKS TRIAL Alleged Murderer Is to Be Heard Tomorrow by McClernan. 'Waltcr Brooks, accused of the killing of Emery Chevrier, is to be tried tomorrow in Judge McClernan's court. It is not thought that much progress will be made the first day, and there is a possibility of the case going over, as Brooks has not had time to get his case in shape since the selcection of Inew attorneys. L. S. Iooth will have charge of the defense, which will consist of three pleas that of emotional insanity, accidental shooting and self-defense. The principal witllesses sutltllmirned Ily the prosecution are W. J. Gallagher, Emma O'Reilly, Mlarie Johnson, Mrs. Matthews, MIrs. 'Pelletirr, l'oliccnmen Ilamilton, Ley doli, I.owney, Sullivan, Dawson and Law son, anid Joeph (Creech, Mike Egan, Charles Mctiarvey, Dr. ('L.eary and Dr. Met atthy. RICE'S BILL RECLASSIFY ING COUNTIES PASSED Gets Through the Committee of the Whole House. lclcna, March Ja.--Rice's hill reclassi fyinlg counties and fixing the nutllmber of deputies ill countlly oites and reducing the salaries of couty olficers went through the colmmlittee of the whole house Satur diay with several ametcnlllnl ltts after a pro lunged debate, In the discussiotn, which at times grew acrilonllious, charges were mad(le that the office of sheriff in Mon tanna is a great big graft. Dwight, inl the course of tile talk, declared that "the graft of the sheritf in Silver Bow county is pretty strong. It is said the sheriff over there mnakes from $3o,ooo to $60,000 a y)'ar because of the peculiar conditions." Pellctier challenged this statemenlt, but Dwight, s who is chairmanl of the gaim bling insvctigation, declared it was a lmatter of common rumor. Despite the opposition an aimenldmnent was securrdl which leaves the salary of the Silver Bow sheriff at $4,Son, the pres ent salary. Following this amendments were carried which leave all the Silver Bow salaries as they are at present. Also the bill was amended to make the salary of s.iperindendent of schools in eighth. class counties $0oo a year, instead of $i6,.o The salary of district court clerk w;ts raised fromn the $0,oo fixed in the bill to $2,50n. The rctlassification of countils tinder the Rice hbill leaves them in this shape: First-class countite, those having an ass.essed valuation of more than $j4, ou., ,,o; second-class counties, more than $2u,,,0uo0,00 and leas than $4,ooo,oo00; tllird-class, nlore thtln $1..00oo,ooo and hiss thau $-h,,oon . oO: fourth class, more thani $i i.,,llll,:. and less than $t15, o0,0oo ; fifth-cluss, more than $X,ooo.ooo ali letsc that $ I ., oo.0n0: sixth-class, more than $5.oo.,.0 antid Ic-,s than $8, >; sev,. entu : 'vcth-cla ,., more than $3.oon., no Ian l I t- Ihall $5 u.o .t,oo; eighth, all ciu'tiht s havi'iii ;iitn as.C.,e ed valuation of t .ý ilhail $3 ,ru."} . ',,I. MR. KENNEDY SUCCEEDS IN GETTING IN BAD AGAIN Calls Down Sharp Rebuke Upon His Head by Defending Governor When Fair Bill Is Called. I le n.i. , lrirlt ..-h-l'. t lttlh ibthil t of the ..illur ,l;' :tleu rll, .ll t ,, w--hnll ~t tile t nate Iwhrieilnt Senl;atr heni, Ildy made a hlier us p. ct.tcle iof himself in miaking ,n i tl tircily ,ratuitOlus I letenlse i, the gov rtlior, ltis ,tiraitel imore thau a ; ilttle i1 ttere.t ii the hotil rilore-os aind the lh, hie. The little d thullltll y, if it can; lie cilled dlishicily. iro. over ai a etii linlieltt whichl iiSeator Illollan i lered to the Slt. ilocs Fair hill Unmini tie iielliers of the fair iiiniinissinl instead of leaving the :It ip pointient to the governoir. It so hip llned that iiv. rnor . noll ill his li reqllj ste.l that lie lie relieved of lithe re lsp lnsihility of ilnam ingl the co lmlnusl ,i in. Kennedity cither had not read( thie mlessage or simply walited to itet a chance to attack Setator Ilutnmani. At any rate lie blus ttrid loudl y of the atteiltpt to curtail tihe governor's rights. i f courtse, it hadl no t i.et, Isave to bring out a shart rebuke to thi Ieer lodge senoator fro tollt, hit anti others. the senate apllroved the bill li colliittee of the whole, after ameildiung it is, propllrosed t the senator from Iinll tih titd also am .,liing it it iiicrease the apprlp iatioln frlt 5,1 , to $ 40.0on . 1 lie additialtu money is for the purpose of re liunning tilt' exllhit to thte Lew is and (;larke Expos.ition at I'illand. In the hill. u as , ithe cummllui.siouiners iiimedt Ir s -hi -,hllowi Iee : nm tlh andl II, I.. Irank of iltte, I'n ulNt hmor tick of Ihliiing. Mhartin Ma utkii of I -lenm. a tli \\. ti. L, o ra of (tre t illt-- t.o r tpubliciants aind three dit i ci as, 'he alternAtes aire: Itrhcrit Mcl eod iof .l sonila, . I. Itahcock of t'illings, W . .\ t'l-rk, Jr. of Ilt te. i I. . Thurston of Il s a cuentty, inut Johni .tarris ot l hoh;il c u lilty. Thu hill pro id, s for a i.-eretary ir col titoer of the ehizliiit at a tsluaty of $2do a ninth. 'Of the aptropriat.lo $il on is to ie utised lthis year. WANTED. Wie w oun like to ask, through the col. unins of your paper, if there i. atny perso lhii has iused (Green's August Flower for tile cure of Indigestion, Dystpeisia, and Liver Troiubiles that ihas not beeni ctired aind we also tuiani their results, such as sour stomiach, fermentationt of food, hailitutal costiveness, nervous dyspepsia, iheaache, despondent feelings, sleepless nes--i-i fact, any trouble connected with the stomachl or liver? This medlicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries, and we wish to correspond with you aind send you one of our books free of cos.t. If you never tried August Flower, try a 25 cent bottle first. We have never known of its failing, If so, something more serious is the matter with you. The 95 cent size has just been introduced this year. Regular size 75 cents. At all drug gists. Newbro Drug Co., J. T. Finlen Drug Co. G. G. GREEN, Woodbury, N. J. An Ithaoa Epidemio. Ithaca, N. Y,, March a.-One death oc curred from typhoid fever yesterday, that of Harry Norton, a resident of Ithaca. The general condition of the epidemic con. tinues to improve, Time and Suffering Saved. Even though your case may be )ne that some other doc tor is able to cure, and though his cure be absolutely thorough and permanent, there is yet good cause for your coming to us for treatment. 'I'he services we render is unlike the ordinary. We have devised new and scientific methods of treating men's diseases in all their phases. W\e cure cases that others cannot cure and cases that others can cure we cure in less time and without pain or possibility of injury. All forms of treatment have been perfected along the lines of nature's requirements and are In exact harmony with the natural recuperative iorces. Therefore, our cures are pain less, prompt and thorough, We Have the Largest All Rectal Diseases cured Practice Because We Quickly and Permanent. Invariably Fulfill Our ly. No Pain. No Cut Promises. ting. Contracted "T-e Sc o.tiic Trert.ent o Wea.u Dosing the system with powerful stimu lants and tonics in an elfort to restore functional vigor can have but one final re sult-the condition is rendered worse than before. "Weakness" is merely an indica Safety demands an absolutely thor- tion of a low form of inflammation, is but ough cure in the least possible time. aggravated by stimulating remedies that ,e have treated more cases of con- excite temporary activity. We employ the tracted disorders than any other doc- only scientific and fully elTective treat tors in the \\est. ()ur cures are thor- ment for "Weakness," which effects a per ough and are accomlphlshed in less timle manellt cure by restoring the prostrate than other forms of treatment re- glands to a sound and healthy state. We quired in pruducing even doubtful re- obtain complete results in every case we suits. We employ re-medies oat our treat. own dcvisllg and our treatment is equally effeotive in both recent and Palenlss 6re of varlcoeele chroniic cases. L'o thattempt to cure varicocele by ive the Rest of sel s is violence. \We cure varicocele without surgery and without the use i rermanent in every instance, and are effected in a few days' time. No pain, no hospital expense and seldom is it This is the title of our free pamphlet. necessary that the patient be detained Write for it. Consultatoun tree at of- from his business. fice or by mail. Yellek Medical Institute N. B. Sorner of W. Broadway and Montana Sts., Butte, Montana LATEST MINING NEWS TO SELL IDAHO MINE Arrangements Closed For a Deal in the General Petit, in Idaho. Negotiations have beei closed for the sale of the I enter.dI Petit minle. in Idaho, to, E.tstern parties. 'lhe deal was niegO. tiated through \V. IF. Cohbait. M. (Cob. ball alnd ic'ile.e II, t1 ,a y of Monltana, and John Kin:aid and, I.. . IM.ohustun of ltiisc, Idah,,. :. O. Iholter of New \ ork city, .nn of .\. 1I. Ilihltcr of Helena, who wtas here reccntly, itmade the purchase as the representative of the ta:,ternt people, \tlho propose to devcll, tie iroperty uIpont an extSclliv'e scale. I he i;eeneral Petit is a high gr:uade gull property, situated near Atlantic City, Idaho. It was located about .17 )years ago, b iut wi.s Ilneer very xtenI sively dev eloped. The purchasers ,twere wo"rking the prop erty undter a hlond a1nd leae. anild it mlade such a good showillg thal;t it was decided a few days ago to purchase it. Lxpert \W'atsot lpasst'd (ll the property for the ipurchasers. who decidlhd to close the deal as soonll ait an cxtetlsi'v assay of plroper ties Itade by \\'atson showed up well. CARR HAS BROKEN RECORDS Files Articles of Incorporation for Fire Companies. MlM. I ''lls ' tIII. I% I Eli iiu M ý NT' I . Salti, Ore., .larch ..--l.dward I:. tCarr, a former tColorado mininilg Iman, who re sides at Alamo, O(re.. Iroke tll recordls at the counity clerk's lfjice last week by tiling articles of incorlpoation for live lliningllK cotlpatitie's, each ulie la intg .i . _.uuu0,00 slartes of the par value of $u.o., or a grand total of $io,ooo ,oou capitulization. lThe companis' are Inaellll respcitively, Suimpter Mines & Ittlvc,tmelnltt 'Co., 'ulted .Mlints (.C llnsolitdate,, Illl Ilill \linec s Co'n solidlatcd, linldepttendllence hiold \liltitg & Milling ('o. andl Quthce l'.xtension (oll Mining & Millitng Co. The places of lbnsi nIss aire unamed as heist. (i'rant and lBaker counties principally anid all other Orecon countics inlcidenltlly. 'I he incorporlators are: E. I'. Carr. his brother, A. E. Carr and J. W. )Datly of the lt:iker Cily Mer cantile Co,. 'I'The oiliccs will he lociatd at Sumptlnlr and ill Hlaker city. BEST IN ALASKAN DISTRICT Copper River Country Leads Them All for Mining. Scatrle. March -.-. I'. iT. luter, a well known mining m1an oif Valdez, who is here from the North, says: "The Copper river country is the best' there is in Alaska. There have been some people who have coltie out and said that the booml there is not w\hat it is reported. This is not a fact. In the city of Valdez this year there will be upward of 500 houses, including manlly stores, erected. Some of the parties who will do the work are there now and others haveC sent agents to look over the field. Property in Val dez is worth loto per cent more today than it was at this titne last year and there will be a greater rise before the seasonl is over." How often you hear it remarked: "It's only a cold," and a few days later learn that the man is on his back with pncumo nia. This is of such comnmon occurrence that a cold, however slight, should not lie disregarded. Chalmberlain's Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency toward pneumo. .ia. It always cures and is pleasant to take. Sold by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Bros. C s eCsd ImOulD , Gim2Dayd. . u b 1korn 35 IN REPUBLIC MINEi Trouble Practically Settled and Work Will Be Resumed. SI IlA,. 11TO lll \,1 it i tIn I'N N AI . Spoktlae. Mardis . -The troubles. of the ketpublic miit. astl mill have I..en about. adjusted. .\11 the creditors of the cout italy, with one eit xce.ption. have agreed to take bonsl. in S.ttlemetnct of their claims. The CaInadiai bank. hlowevr, to which tlist iinse and sill owe $o., too Ir . ti lought siit in t ntgario. Int oirer tI avoid itroubl front this qsuarter the et.lll.it, bhre given a deed of trust on all its iproprty to Stc retary C. W. C. I.:ntsk ili for the bln-", lit of the creditors. The asitissinin t is ex plcted to protect the mill fromt any judg mentet hich the ('iamilian banitk might be cure. Otheir creditous are keenly ansxioius that such a thing ai, the conilication of the plant under a judgment It avoided, for the sale of thle mill machinery wouldsi practically destroy the plant. The inter csts which are attempting to put tihe lstine onl its feet again believe that the mill may be all important factor in future op erations. 'he mill was not a complete success, owing to heavy losses in silver, yet it may be remodeled to permit of more economical handling of the ore than would be possible by smelting. The task of clearing out the mine for the inspect itn of lresident Patrick Clark's experts is going ahead anl much of the sampling has been completed. The whole mine sill he overhauled to put it *i it sihaple Lor exatmilnation by a cotimmittee of the sharehoIlders, who are expectcd s to make a Btial investigation. No doubt is exipested by ins-iders thatt the sline will show upl so sati factory that the ct n mittee will order dtevelopment to go attead with a fund of $6,sits to $75,soo recently raised for that purpose -' fromn the sale of btnds. The liabilities of the ti ill companty amount to froit $.o( ,toO to $1.5l ,o. . IN THE DE LA MAR IN NEVADA Extensive Company Has Been Reorgan ized at Salt Lake. Si.l' tlat. T0 .tE. IN't tI .otN ,tI N. Salt Lake, March 2.- Articles incorpor-. atitug tile .e L.a 1Mar I'.xtensiion Mining company have been filed with the secre tary of state. Salt Lake will be tlte prin cipal place of buttsiness, although tilhe prop erty is located in the lie .a Mar district. ihe cotmpany has a capital stock of $50o,ooo, divided isnto shares of the par value of 25 cents each. Six cltitts have been acquired for developmtent in the Ne vada camp, adjoining the famous tie La Mar s ine and other valuable properties. 'lThe offlicers of the company are: R. 13. Cameron, lpreshlent ; W. T. Mitchell, vice president; Dr. M. R. Stewart, treasurer., and D. S. Trtunan, secretary. I ie olt cers, together with L. F. lHarr, E. L. San ders and J. T. Scott, comprise the directors. A Card Will Do. A postal card with the names and ad-. dresses of your Eastern friends who will possibly come West on the low rates Itn effect front February IS to April 3o, 19o3, is all that is necessary. We will send, without cost and without delay, informta tion about rates, train service, baggage, stopovers and other things the traveler wantts to know. W. B. DIXON, Northwestern Passenger Agent C, M. & St. P. Ry., St. Paul, Minn.