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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. BUTCHERS ENJOY PLEASANT OUTING EN OF THE 0CEAVER SPEND THE DAY IN PRETTY DEER LODGE. BASEBALL AND OTHER GAMES Ice Cream and Lemonade Are Fur nished Free by the Reeidents. "' SPECIAL TO TRH INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. sg.-The butchers of iAnaconda and Butte are enjoying them selves in Deer Lodge today. An old-fashioned picnic, with a ball game thrown in, drew scores of the men pf the knives and cleavers. The good people of Deer Lodge, it was understood, would furnish ice cream and lemonade free. Judging from the size of the baskets vhich were lugged down to the train this morning, none of the excurqlonists wanted for creature comforts. Here is the line-up for the ball game: Anaconda-Stafford, catcher; Wallace, pitch er; libbard, first base; Boone, second base; .taddick, third base; Rock, shortstop; Mc Itale, left field; Manlove, centerfield; Carriher, right field. liutte-Mickel on, catcher; Dee, pitcher; Reiger, first base; Eder, second base; Sigour ney. third base; Choquette, shortstop; Larson, right field; Kerth, centerfield; Springer, left eld. MRS. ARMINIA GORDON IS AFTER LEGAL SEPARATION Alleges That Frank Gordon Threatened to Kill Her-Asks Alimony and the Houe They Live In. SPECIAL TO THE INT1a MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. g1.-Suit for divorce on grounds of cruelty was begun yester day by Mrs. Arminia Gordon against Frank Gordon. The plaintiff also asks that the home stead occupied by the couple be set aside as a home for the plaintiff, that the de fendant be rcquired to pay $s alimony monthly, and that he be required to pay $zSo attorney's fees. There are three children, the oldest s2, and the youngest 6. They were mar ried in Negaunee, Mich., July 7, 1879. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant has forcibly ejected her from the house several times and has threatened to kill her. GUILD NEEDS THE MONEY Women of Episcopal Church Will Give Party Friday Evening. SPECIAL TO T11e INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. p9.-If you see a pretty woman with a pleasant smile cov ering her countenance and determination .written across her brow, just go into your pocket and pull out your loose change, for you are "numbered." There is a ticket, or possibly a bunch of tickets in the woman's hand, which en titles the holder thereof to the pleasures of a dancing party to be given at Mountain V'icw park Friday night. The Ladies of the Episcopal Guild are providing for the party. Isn't that suf 6cient? Whenever those women determine to strange the details of a dance or other entertainment for a gathering of their friends, all may be assured that they will be hospitably treated and well cared for if it is possible for charming entertainers and bright womeqto entertain them. The guild needs the money which will be derived from the party. There are many little things to be done ANANCONDA ADVERTISEMENTS The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Atoondl, Meetaima General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Francisco etc., and draw direct on the rindal cities of England, Franc, Irean, Germany sad the Orient. Deposit from I$.oo an upward received. Cwrrepeaueata National City bank, New York Pirsnt National bank Chicago; First National bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Omalm; Bank of California, San Fre.n cisco. John R, Toole, presidents U. B, Greenwood, vice president' Louis V. Bennett, cashierl , . C. Horbeek, as. siatant cashier. Money Won Is Money Earned A safe play or a good bet can always be made by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why eant yeo do it as wetll Turf Exohange Pool Rooms Bar sad Club R eeme i Cesseeie Male stret, Aaeeusde Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--July 24, 19o3. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Leoeal Leave Arrive Tains. Butt.. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte. 2e. s-B., A. & P........ Vesaa.m. Ps, s, No. a-B., A. & P....... 854a.m. 4os.a. No. 3-B., A, & P....... s r p.m. a ap.a. No, 4-B., A. & P....... rstn a.m. a.:4o p.m, No. s-B., A. & P....... I p.m. a:gUp.m. No. 6-B., A. & P....... * :an p.m. 4::sp.m. N. 7-B., A. P....... sog p.m. J ep m. No. 8-B. A. & P...... p.m. y r p., To make saoncstion with N P. Railway W etbourd trains at Durant leave Anaconda at :as:a a. m.. ,:so and d:u p. m. To make connection with G. N. Railway at Butte leave Ansconl4a at 6:.1 p. m, Tp make comeetion with O,. . L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 7:so p. at. Tickets on sale at city ticket offce (U. . Ralway), 4s Main stret, Btte, and at pe Gager station B., A. & FP. Railway. at the vestry and about the rector's home which require dollars and dimes, so if you have some change that might other wise go'for incidentals, spend it in the purchase of a ticket to Friday evening's The Butte, Anaconda & Pacific roa will run its trains conveniently for all who go to the park on that evening. JUDGE HAYES IS TO BE TRIED Notioe That He is to Appear Before Counoil Served on Magistrate. SPrECIAL TO THE INTEI MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. 19.-Notice that he was to be tried in open council on charges of withholding funds belonging to the city and of being intoxicated on the bench was served on Poliece Magistrate Hayes yesterday by Chief of Police Powers. The charges were preferred by Alder man Collins and are of a sensational nature. It was only after due deliberation that the council decided to hold the investi gation in public. ANACONDANS OVER IN BUTTE Members of the L. C. 8. A. Are Spending the Oay at Columbia Gardens. SPECIAL TO Till INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda. Am. so.-The L C. B. A. of EDWIN CROWLBY. MRS. EDWIN CROWLRY, Anaconda are enjoying the day at Columbia Gardens, Butte. A large party left on the 9 o'cloc' train for the greatest camp. Judging from the size of the lunch. baskets, everybody will have plenty to eat, and that the Gardens are a favorite resort for children is shown by the pre ponderance of children in the party. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-orompt, reliable. J. F. Brazclton of Butte is here on legal business. James Griffin and daughter of Butte have returned home. Lost-Ladies' gold watch. Reasonable re ward. Finder return to Dr. D. J. Macdon ald, Room 4 Durston block . Ladies, you need some dainty stationery and calling cards, and we furnish just that sort. Inter Mountain office, No. so3 Main street, Anaconda. John Nottingham of Missoula is in Ana. conda attending the grand lodge of the I. I). G. T. -Mrs. A. W. Manlove of East Helena arrived last evening to attend the I. (). t;. 1'. meeting now in session here. For first-class printing, bookbinding or steel die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the postoffice. County Superintendent Alice Mahoney states that the next regular teachers' examination will be held at the courthouse on August ,8 and ap. Mrs. Chamberlain and daughter of Wads worth, Nev., are here for a month as guests of Mrs. R. Abuott. II. IU. Avery has returned from Missoula. Mliss Alice Mahoney Ihas gone to Helena to attend the convention of county superintend ents. SPECIAL RATE, ANACONDA TO COLUMBIA GARDENS. Beginning August is, and every Saturday and Sunday thereafter until further notice, the B., A. & P. Railway will make a rate of $S.oe for the round trip, Anaconda to Columbia Gardens and return. This includes street car fare from Itutte to the Gardens and return. Return portion of ticket will not be good unless stamped at Columbia Gardens. Excursion Rates to Gregson Springs. Every Saturday hereafter, until further notlce the B., A. & P. Railway will make the following round-trip rates to Gregson Springs: Anaconda to Gregson and return.......... Butte to Gregson and return ............... o Tickets good on all trains from noon Satur. days until noon Mondays. SERIOUS DAMAGE IS DONE Hot Weather in California Followed by Storms. SY Ato('CIATED PRESS. San Bernardino, 01., Aug. Ir.-The hottest day of the se: c was cbaracterized by thunderstorms whicl 'd thousands of dollars damage in this valley yesterday. The climax of three hot days was reached at noon, when the mercury marked Ito and a little later clouds swept down from the mountins with wind that seeme4 to hav ,ome characteristics of a tornado. Frufiand shade trees in all parts of the valley were prostrated, several buildings were struck Iby lightning and all the elec tric companies were temporarily put out of business. Nearly aoo trees were blown across the tracks of the traction company of the lines to Redwood and Highland. The rainfall varied from fifteen-one hundredths to an inch. Railway Shops Burn. BY ASSOCIATEV. Pr.Es Quebec, Aug. so.-The Northern rail way shops were destroyed by fire today. Loss Ss.ooo. Covered by Insurance. ENTER UPON THEIR NUPTIAL JOURNEY EDWIN CROWLEY AND ALZIRE MAUDE BISHOP ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE . DR. GWYNNE IS MINISTER Leave for Short Wedding Trip and Will Be Home On and After September 15. SPrCIAL TO THI INTSa MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. s9.-Rev. Dr. Gwynne at noon today united in marriage Edwin Crowley and Miss Aluire Maude Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Williams did the honors on behalf of the young couple at the wedding as bridesmaid and best man. 'Mr. and Mrs. Crowley leave this evening far a ahort wsaddin trin and will es at some to their friends in the Durston 'ock after September S. The young couple who have today en red on a matrimonial career are well ttdll favorably known in Anaconda. Both have innumerable ac:luaintances, who ex tend the heartiest of congratulations and hope for the prolonged happiness of Mr. Crowley and his bride. Mr. Crowley is at present department manager in the Adams Department store in this city. In his line he has won a reputation as a shrewd and energetic busi ness man. His- residence in Anaconda has been of long standing. Mr. Crowley came to Anaconda several years ago from Pennsylvania, where his parents and other re'atives reside. Miss Bishop is the daughter of Dr. C. L. Bishop. The young woman it one of the city's pretty society women, who has hosts of friends in Anaconda as well as Bozeman. her birthplace. Miss Bishop always has been a favorite in social circles in the city, and in consequence her Imar riage comes ap an interesting bit of news to those who have known her so long and have learned to admire her. The wedding this noon was of the quiet order, with none but the young couple, Rev. Dr. Gwynne and Mr. and Mrs. Wil liams present. TIMELY TOPICS HOLD THE MEET (Continued from Page ()ne.) with the two and one-half million tons they annuly purchase front foreign coun tries and put $,,,ooo,oco in our pockets. "If, of your few industrial jewels, you permit your legislators to fritter away this crown jewel, this jewel which of itself is a diadem which will yield to you untold riches, you will deserve to continue to live in the sage brush and cactus with jack rabbits and rattlesntakes as your comn psaniins." After the introduction of resolutions the discussion of "Irrigation," presided over by Hon. (eorge H. Maxwell, chair man of the Nd'tional Irrigation executive board, was commenced. This was followed by an address by ('hairman Maxwell on "The Future of the (;reat Northwest," and an address by P. II. Newell. department of the geological survey; sujfect, "Irrigation." C. II. loothe of Lob Angeles, chairman of the executive council of the National Irrigation association, then addressed the congress. R. W. Richardson, secretary of the Na tional (;ood Roads association, followed with "Commercial Importance of Good Public Roads." REPUBLICANS NAME TICKET Lincoln, Neb., Aug. g9.-The republi can state convention yesterday nominated the following state ticket: Associate justice of the supreme court John B. Barnes of Madison county. Regents of State university-Charles S. Allen of Lancaster, and W. G. Whit more of I)ouglass. Beginning at a o'clock in the after nopn the convention transacted its neces sary business and was ready to adjourn three hours later. The nomination of Court Commissioner J. B. Barnes had been for a week fore casted and his nomination was more In the nature of a ratification than a contest. The two successful contestants for regents of the State university, Charles S. Allen and W. G. Whitmore, were nomi nated on the first formal ballot. President Roosevelt received the heartiest commendation, and a declaration was made for his renomination. The unexpected feature of the conven tion was the adoption by a unanimous vote of a resolution declaring John L. Webster of Omaha one of the delegates to the convention and one of the well known party leaders of the state, to be the choice of Nebraska republicans for vice-president" hi se. TO LEASE OREGON ' SHORT LINE RAILS BUTTE AND SALMON WOULD USE THEM FROM RED ROCK TO THIS CITY, OR EVEN TO DILLON. .8TEAM POWER AT FIRST Locomotive Will Later Be Superseded by Eleotrical Power-Court at Dillon Busy Today. StPCIAL. TO TIIH INTNR AMOUNTAIN. D)illon, Aug. o.--The surveyors for the Butte antd Salmon railway, under the direc tioni of Engineer Collins of St. Louis, are flow at Red Rock. The Inter Mountainl learned today that the ()regon Short l.inle il to he tapped at Red Rock and the line fromn there into Ilutte leased. If this deal fall, through the line fronm Red Rock to D.ilont Is to be leased. t The power at lirst will he strain, but later electricity will 1w used. as the railway h:as tine water power in the Salmton river Country. Two Divorces Granted. Inl the district court today William Knapp, the l)illon merchant, was grallted a divorce from Jessica Knaplp. Attorney Edwin Norris represented the plaintitf. Mr,. Knapp made Ilo answer. The case came up a year ago. whlla the wife su.ddenly appeared here frllll the last antl "unid Knapp for mainltenlance. IIe c!aimted itbe had hlanekntiled himt and di vorce priccedilngs wetre the result. 'I'rh couplde lived together lonly it days. Ilenderson it. Sielhdd was granttll a di vorce front l)aisy T. Siclihl ont grotunds of desertion. Criminal Cases. In the demurrers in criminal cas'es the cha:r.e against I)an N ch'.ls, arresteld for horse stealing, was laid h:arl anlI the coluty attorney givent leave tto file a new C)illmplainit. The same protredlureas . Ipulrstued in thti' cases of E. A. Philips, up for forgery. aetl \W'. T. AndIlerwolt, arrested for tattle stealing. COOD TEMPLABS BEGIN MEETINCS (C'Atinted froml I'age (Ine.) r.cicre, Joe lIokin, Joseph I)ingwall, Jo. se.thine Quirt. C. W. Ihediger. luhy An drew., Sarah Tallbott, Ethel lindmlan. hIer nia' Medien, Susie Richards, Maudl (;il igblt. Mav Itrenel, Antice McPhail, Marie A. I)aviJdon. Myrtle Templeton, , Mal.ll (;ChapmanI;, AnnIa VWa\s, Mrs. F. J. Edge COtl.h, ,Mis. J. Servell, Mrs. II. G. Coy an&l .aura Ilall. 'Local eCommittee. 'lhe lral comniittee ,on arralngements con 'It of W, ). Iti. lienntt, chliairmani ; Miss Myrtle 'Templeton, Lecretary. together with J. W. . e, Pe . A. Jonlts.t. C. W. Mclean, Mrs. f.1;. l.oail'nd Mis. Julia Moriarity. The local delegates are: lMiass Myrtle l'rm- plllmaln, Mrs. II. G. (oy. Jonathan Sewell annd )a5v,.I Melstyre, and th, i,-t:twing alternates: h.is. liake liward. II. A.. lail, Mrs. M. At. I.eahy and Mliss Mary Ilrtnell. Delegates. Trhae delegate. arrivede lhit night: (;ra.nd sial Nottingham, Mi-. Mabel Mr(t ana, li l. Josephin Kik, J)Iiprh II lskins. IE. A. "1aethy, J. ,I. Wright, (CI hrles Iledger, Mr. Sail Mr,. C. E. I:oren, from Miioula; Mis, TlMay Iall., .Mi. iullir Ilall anil Mi- 'Sarahl Tlhi t, iromt F"lilnt treek; A. PI. W'hite, S. I)uii.it., A. Mlahil, n. M. McGlce and Jer,w.. DIingwall, from New (hiiciagi; grand vice l taiplar, ,iss ,adelaine ('oatsworlth from Ichnhs; MAlt. Ethel Ilindn.ui and Miss Riuby Amlrew., front Whitchall; Mr. and Mrs. tlen ha.t Iter, from Twin hi idges; Mrs. A. W. M.an.ve, from East ieleana; Miss Maude Tre.irott, Mis, Susie Richards and lThomas 'iu ,iitt, frum E .at lilena; Rev. Dr. C. Il. Mil.ir, from Ilillings. Program Today. '11w program for today was as follows: ,.Jy, a. n. -()lpening crmrconies; roll call of ofhrrs; report of cosmmittee on credentials; conlerriing of grand Ilge degree; resolutions; a. i.tmentels of standing commlittees; repolrts of oflers; report of committee on distributiun. i n. i Adjournment. I.Ji II. na. lpetning exercises; reading mionl tatle; petitions, memorials and resolutions; re parts of lodges. Sj- pI. imi.- Adjournment, 7 .1I p. m. -Opening exercises; competitive drp, -(.t i p. m.- Informal reception of visitors and I. t . f . T. menblers,. l:Oa It. in. Adjournment. Remainder of Session. Teli program for the rentalialer of the meet. Ing is: 'l.hursday, August 20. 9:s a. m m.-Olpening exeircles; reading of the minutes; reports of the standing committees; reports of special comun ittlel ; disictsslon. to rn.-" Adjournment. :3. pi. il. -Meet at the corner of Main and Third street for a trip to the smelter. 4 p, m.--)pening ceremonies; reading of the minutes; election of off'ers for the ensuing year; deciding on thle place of thle next annual bsssion. SJ:. p. m.-Adjournment. 7:4s p. m.--Meet at the hall to attend public meeting at thil Methodist Episcopal church. Service to commence at a o'clock, to whic, the public' is generally invited to bc present. Friday, August 1, g9:a a. mt. -Openintg exer. ci'.; readling of minutes; installation of ofli. cei'; appointment of standing committees; unginished business; new business; conferring of the international supreme lodge degree by J. At, Vaulds of Stevensville, 1). R. W. G. 'T. as m.-Adjournment, S. p. m.-Opening exe-cises; reading of mnl utes; preientation of prises. 5:Jo p. m.-Closing exercises. BUTTE BUTCHERS VICTORS Defeat Anaconda Team at Deer Lodge by Score of 10 to 8. SPEC'IAL. TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Deer Lodge, Aug. tg.-The butchers of Butte and Anaconda, Io coaches of them, are enjoying themselves here today. A ball game between teams from the two cities this morning resulted in a victory for Butte, to-8, The batteries were: Butte, Weiser and Frederickson; Anaconda, Wal-. lace and Parkman. Wield events of an Informal nature are baeing held this afternoon. RIOTERS ARE_ _SHOT DOWN Trouble at Crotia is Followed by Firing by Officers. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Vienna, Aug. sp.-A fresh outbreak of -rioting has occurred at Crotia. I At Zapreslio, on the occasion of the NERVO-S[XUAL D[eBIIIYI We We Advertise Do What What We t We Do . Advertise MASTER SPEeIALIST I do not treat all dis.ares, but cure all 1 treat. I treat men only, and cure them to stay cured. Meal. mtalty of you are reaping the resutlt of your former folly. Your man* hood is failing a1n1 will soon Iae Ilost unless you do somethilng for your self. There is no time to lose. Impotency, like all sexual diseraes, is never on the standstill. \ilth it youl can imake no conmpromise. Either you must master it or it will llastr.l you and till your whole future with misery and indescribable woe. \\e have treatedl so many rases of this kind that we are as familiar with twhI as you arC with the very daylight. Once cured by its you will nlever agalnt hle hathered with emtissitons, drains, prematutreness, smntall or weak orga.s, netrvousltness, failing memory, loss of anlmbition or similar symp. toms, which rola youl of youtr mIaanhaod and absohltely tunit you for study, busi ness, pie.asutre or maarriate. Our speacial treatment for weak ment, which com-rn hinest all of thle cturative powers of Ioth medicine and electricity, will correct ;all thllese evils aial restore yot to what natture inltended- a hale, healthy, happy man, with phll a ietal mentalll II siaxa l aa l powta ers cotmpllete. \'We also curte, to stay ullrred, bly our special system of treatment Varicocele, Stricture, Syphilitic Blood Poison Nervo.Sexual Debility, Rupture, Kidney and Urinary Diseases Andl all :asslaciate dise,.ases altl wetakla"sses of menl. Wte rhatrge nothing for private tacounsell anll give to h carlipatient aI I (;l. (tO)NT'I'RAt(T to hnol for outr prtomlises. Is it not worth ytousr while to itvestigate a crlaie that has made life anew to tutlttitu ala of meta? If you cannottllt ;a1ll at outr othlte. write ats youtr syintpintats fotlly. Referencest Best Banks and Leading Business Men In theelty X.Ray Examination Free Al.\WAYS I1.1RST C ONSUITI. the eminenaat ldotetor atl specialists ,t the Y'ellck Medlical Insititute. Inlrorlaa,ratadl Ilunder the l;awta of tlhe state raf tlon t.a a;ttd acknowledged tol hel t lthe Iasl htg aede .l astattte for the cure uof dis c ass of men int the \\'est. Yellek ledical Institute N. '. eor. West Broadway and Montana its.. Butte, Montana Ultice hours: ,n. it . to I nm.; t p. m. to 5 P. al.; 7 to 9. Sundtays, so to It. tm. LATEST MINING NEWS HEWITT IS LICKY IN HIGH ORE MINE GROUP SEVEN MILES FROM BASIN IS MAKING A GOOD SHOWING. BIG QUARTZ BODY OPENED Assays Show Good Value to the Ton, and Owners of the Property Are Happy. According to reports from ltasin, M. L. Hewit ha, met with luck in his dehvelop mient on the hligh 4)re groupll of mines seven mile-s from tll;asin. As the story goes hle has succeededh-l ill uLcovering a large amount of rich ore. According to the Ilasil I'rogress, for solllne mllonthsi Mr. Ilewitt has lienc quietly picking up the stock at a very low |hgure and :ladding considerably to his previous holdings. A few montlhs ago lie secotell an option on nearly all the balance of the stock out side his extensive holdings, at a rasonalbly low figure, and immediately toolk "p' work where he had left off about seven years ago. A crew of nurn was put to work and only drove eighty-four feet further when the vein was struck andl a body of quartz forty-three feet wide was opened up. Albout six feet that lies next to the foot wall has been thoroughly sampled anld will average seventy-two ounces of silver, $3.oo in gold. 9 per cent lead and 4 pier cent copper. Hlow extensive this body of ore ins has not been determined; several assays have been taken from the lead which ranl over $I,ooo to the tol. The lead is cut through a tunnel a,1o feet in length at a depth of 8s5 feet. An ore chute has been erected at the mouth of the tunnel andl shipping to the East Hilelea smelter will be commenced this week. A double shift of machine men has in creased the force twelve men. The property of the ligh Ore company is situated in High Ore gulch, seven miles from Itasin by wagon road, and about two and a half miles northeast by air line, and comprises five patented claims and three unpatented, covering a total area of 1.o ares of land. These claims are named respectively the CGolconda, Columbus, Ilullion, Gold Moun tain, Colpper Grant, R(uth and two names unknlown. They are located on the *at mineral zone that crosses this district, and on which are also located the famous Comet, Rumley, Alto, Elkhorn and other int niensely rich properties. Holds General Attention. The model of a modern mine that com prises part of the mineral exhibit at the Columbia Gardens continues to be a draw ing card. The mine in miniature con sists of a three-compartment shaft with cages and ladderway. The station with its iron turnplate and iron rails show celebration of the birthday of Emperor Francis Joseph today 1,ooo peasants gathered In the town and destroyed a Hungarian banner. The rioters were resisted by the gen darmeries, who shot three and wounded many others. At Komesina the peasants pillaged stores and wounded a number of rioters. Looted by Burglare. NY ASSOCIATD Pases. Chicago, Aug. a9.-The home 5. Rome Respess, owner of the race horse Dick Welles, in Harlem, was entered yesterday by burglars, who secured $4,ooo in cash and diamonds. The lose is about equally divided between Mr. Respess and Jockey Dominick, who lives with Respes. plaitily, w'hile from the station a cross. 'utt rItlns IthroughllK a piece of solil granite into, a veill (i) ore. There are I'vels on ilte ithntl hbIth ways fronm the c(ross Cit, th ih, hle itintg a faithfu eirproductionh of thIe nittlrrKtoultd work iln of a mine. LOOKING FOR A DIVIDEND Owners of the Montana-Tonopah of Nevada Are Encouraged. Salt IL.ake. Aiug. i).- -Ftr ai little more Ihanl 61 )Ittts of ore with which the Mon tanl.l Tonopah of Nevada reached thile fr n;aces of thet American Smelting & Relin ing complany at Murray dluring the day the itoal cashier for the tionanca drew down a cllheck for s.t,ot7.1.59--this after the cost of trasportation, working charges at imhs smeltterl andl tile et ceterns that are not a IHilhe e.xpensive themselves had been de 'ihe constignmenlt was divided into two lits, that containing .11. tons sbowing Ite, ounces silver, with 5.o6 ounces gold per ton; the eother, 224 ounces silver, withi r. .l ouIrnu. gold. I:alch was taken out iu the prosecutlion of developmaeit work, txplained Adrian C. llisi, Jr., vice lpresident of the conmpany, whosIte ilterests are scattered thrtougihout Zion. Not a pound of it, lutd'ted, was deliber ately stuped, while two more carloadts front the same sourt.e are now in transit. In the fissure recently enlcolunterred in a norlh drift in the Montana Tl',llapah alnd at a poittnt t86 feet nowrth of the ablft, is now exposed, according to a repolrt frout .Manlager Knox, four feet of rock, whidt aflords an average of $jtou per tol, while other portions of the bonanza, which ap pear to, I.e furnish.ing the grrater uportion of the blood for 'T'onopahl's arteries at this tinme, are replorted in equally gratifying conditions. nllldee'd local interests are looking for ward to a dividerml the present year, and Manager Knox is tliring all in his power that explectationls shall be realized. LOOKING TO FIRST PLACE Telluridle, Colo., Aug. ut.-The Butter. fly-Terrible mines, located inear Ophir Ioop, are nmaking rapid strides fur first place in the production of gold in the O(ihir district, and the outlook for the property beconming within the next two years a famlous producer of the yellow metal is very encouraging. Should noothling happen this month to cause a temporary suspension of opera tions, the total output of the mine will exceed $o,jooo. The 3o-stamp mill Is runninlg steadily, crushing in the neighbgr hood of too tons of ore daily. On the average two cars of concentrates are shipped to the smelter each week. The ore is free milling, however, and the greater part of the gold values are saved by amalgamation on the plates. If the ore maintains its present high average value better than $5s,oou in bul lion will be sent to the smelter by Sep. tember I. Takes a Lease. George II. Kent of Helena has taken a lease and bond on the Mollie McGregor mine near Basin, the property of John H. Curtis of Butte. The bond is for $So, ooo and its life is :8 months. The Mollie McGregor has been worked satisfactorily a number of years when it yielded high grade ore. NAMES OF VICTIMS LEARNED Cleveland, Aug. :g.-The names of the alleged murderer and his victim in last night's double tragedy was learned today. The man was William Leutbecker, aS years old, and the young woman Martha Fachnrich. The eause given for the tragedy is the opposition of the Faehnrieh family to Leutbecher's attention to Martha. ErubtLon Grows No Worse. SY AIOCIATEID aPBgI. Naples, Aug. g.r-The eruption of Mount Vesuvius has not Increased sines terday, though smoke has been seen suing from wht Lappears to be ne*l atssures.