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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER i4, 1890.
TOBE GIVEN AWAY THIS WEEK AT THE
A HAND SEWING MACHINE
GOESFREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE AMOUNTING TO $10.00 AND OVER.
Tobe lower than elsewhere. We are prepared to^iurnish affidavits from the heads of our several de^^partments upon application to the effect that our^prices have not been advanced notwithstanding the^enormous cost of these Machines.
Thisuseful little article Wt offer with every $10.00 purchase is^one that will save eyesight, time and labor. It is a machine that^is constructed on the same principle and will do the same work^as the larger and well known nukes, only it works entirely by^hand and being only about 8 inches long, can when not in use^be stowed away in a drawer or any other convenient place. It^needs no oiling and is fitted out with thread, needles and all^thai is necessary for running it. It is an excellent article and^ean be seen in our window. Take .1 glance at them.
WeOffer No Discount
Asall our goods are marked in plain figures. But a^comparison of our prices and the prices of other mer^^chants after the enormous discount has been de^^ducted will convince you how cheap we sell our^goods. An investigation will not hurt you and we^will show our stock with pleasure.
THESEMACHINES WILL POSITIVELY HOT BE SOLD BUT ARE ALL TO BE GIVEN AT/AT!
CHSH+ CLOTHING + CONCERN
TheKing of Horse Thieves Comiog^Back to lODtana.
INCHARfiF OF AN OFFICER
HeWas the Most Daring and Suc^^cessful Cayuse Snatcher That^Ever Infested the Hills^of Montana.
Specialto the Standard.
OMASA,Dm. IJink lluwlcy, the^most daring horse Hurl Montana cm r^produced, passed through In if Inst night^ill ^ li irk.'i' cil a deputy Fluted Stall's mur-
shniw ho captured him ut W est Liberty,
Iowa.m W eiliii^-'! i^ last.
Threeyea in ugu, si uglc handed, ho^stole 1,500 ponies ttOm I Montana tatu le^man. run tliein lata 11 IM Md sold UsMJ^forWilli tins money lie Mi a
wideswath ill Mexien city.
Attile end of a year. Ins funds Ix-ing^exhausted, lie returned and in broad day^^light drove nil 50 liorsea ti oinai.ineli.it^Miles City and loos tliein to southern 1 al-^iforuiu, vmm m sold tin in. Bii ImI SX*
plollWait Stl unsuccessful attempts to mil^olT 250 horses near t..u^ilner, Montana.
IJlhK LCIUUK NtWS.^A hunt tha Courts, Mines, sheriff's sales
1111,1 UlliO Mlllli'ls.
bpoi-islto tin' Standard.
DtKRLoih.k, Dec. IX The present^termol Ih* district court is drawing to a^close. A few eases set for next week will^lie the last rases for trial during the lerin.^No Jury will be summoned until die llrsl^Monday in March. There has been^steady work for the last three months^Hid the judge and court ^Mirers will lake^a breathing spell. Judge Durfce and Inn^family will, during the hoi days, per haps,^take a trip East^at least thai is the pres^^ent intentions.
Abatch of new mmi has been brought^and more will be brought and by the time^the court lin e's ag.on in March there w ill^probably he enough cases on hand,^together with the criminal cases to be^tried, to occupy the court another three^months.
NextWednesday the case of the bo nil^of county commissioners against John J.
King,on his ollieial bI as assessor, w II
betried. Tins case has Ixen pending for^some time. The bondsmen claim they^never signed the bond in suit.
WilliamBrent has somewhat improved^the last Im days, but still there is very^little, if any, hope.
Theboard of county commissioners ad^^journed yesterday, after having trans^^acted an immense amount of business,^principally in the consideration and^allowance of claims ugaitiM tin'county,^all of which will M ^l!n ully published in^the StaMiakii in due tune.
Oneof the passenger trains nit the Mon^^tana I moll killed iJ head of sheep lie-^^longing to County surveyor II. II. Itavis,^on Thursday, between In re and Garrison.^The lalmad is fen^ ed, but not so ns to^turn sheep. The herder had just driven^the sheep off the track, but as he bad^several thousand to watch a few got back^on to the track Im fore he noticed them,^and hence they were killed.
soursmall lots of stock in (he New
SilverCrown Mining company had been^,cl\i hi ^d fo, sale to-day for non-payment^of assessini ills, ImI the trustees con^^cluded they did not want to sell any of^the stock of the company thrown upon^the market in thm way, and so postponed^the sale until the 10th of January in order^to give the delinquents time to raise the^money. This is a good mine and good^work is lining done on it.
Theproperty of the Fin- Clay and Hrick^company, situated near Anaconda, was^sold to-day at sheriff's sale at the stilt nf^A. H. Mitchell el al. It was struck ofT to^the plaintiffs at $ln,i^^i. The property^i on ists of the plant lor manufacturing^brick and sonic clay milling claims w ith^MAM) l ights.
1'aeouiaincreased !.^.^ ^ in population
Ilie Kniil of tit ml sum* I'hillpKhiug Ket-^lauraiileri Serve I'p.
Specialt'i the Maml.ml
lint ii'siit in;, Dec. 13. It seems after^all that the olhccrs have hern endeavor^^ing to do iheir duly ill regard to the oleo^^margarine business. As stated in the^S i imiai.ii a few days ago, the Chinese^r. st,mi ant* hoth at I'lulipsbiirg and Gran-^ite have I mm 11 using the vile stuff all sum^^mer Md it now transpires that our Orien^^tal friends have had none the best of^some of the w hite nu n engaged in the^same business, and the olth-ers claim to
h.lYrevidence enough to coiivu't. It Is
furtherknown that even some of^our white retail dealers have not^been above handling the distilled^raiicnl fcreasr known as oleomargarine,^ami in it i case has the law ill regard to^t!ie posting of notio s been complied w ith.^The ollloers will very soon corral the^whole outfit and hereafter it is proponed^that the public shall know a little^something about what they are buying^and eating.
Aithe depot lo-day a consignment of^tin keys and chickens was received that^had I^ en delayed and were spoiled. As^they were smelling very strong, Agent^I'aski II bad them thrown over the dump,^below the depot. Some well fed^dogs Were seen to examine them^Critic ally i but concluded the stuff^was too rotten to cat and too much trouble^to bury, but some of Plnlipsbiirg's heathen^i est.mi inters, smelling the carcasses,^went down and gathered them up, took^th in home, and will undoubtedly have^signs out to-morrow forenoon advising^the public of a roast turkey and chicken^dinner.
Mrs.Morse of Driimmnnd is here visit^^ing her daughter, Mrs. Paskell.^Wt J. Matthews of Anaconda came over
County( ommissiotirr McDonald came^home M to-day's Irani.
Throughthe efforts of Agent Paskell^the I'lulipsbiirg and Drunimond branch^now has an elegant new coach, the best^by far that has ever run on the road.
TaiMMi Ibe New York of the I'aciflc.
Hi,iv^ Inlle IM ^.^-nlKl Msgulre.
Illi i k, Dec. 13.^ A claim of MM was^made to-day against the lUltires of M i-^gilire's liners, house. The claim is by^John o'Rotirke and in die form of a^chattel mortgage on the chairs and^scenery.
TmmMincreased 15,000 in population
AJUDGE UNDER ARREST.
tie Fined a Msu fur Contempt, Then^lire ^v His (Ms
Nal to the Standard.
Missorta, Dec. 18. C. E. Giffin. the^tailoj, received an order last night from^Shcritr Houston for four black caps for^the Indians w ho are to lie hanged next^Friday. They are to be made of velvet^^een, will come down almost to pile shoul^^ders and be drawn close to the- neck with^a braid.
Thegeneral opinion seems to be that^the propositi to issue pttJOO l^onds will^bo voted down tins afternoon. Many citi^^zens will vote against the bonds at this^time who under different circum^^stances would vote for them. The ex^^perts who arc examining the city books^have submitted only a partial report,^from w hich it appears that by a careful^administration of affairs the city can pay^its indebtedness without issuing bonds.
Iisl night Deputy Sheriff Abernethy^brought in from Flat creek Theodore^Brown, justice of the pence, arrested on a^warrant sworn out by Deputy Sheriff Mc-^tiowati. The report is that Justice Brown^taxed Mr. Mi liowun r111 for contempt of^court, that hot words ensued and Brown^pulh d a gun and fired at McGowall. The^trial will probably not take nlace until^Tuesday or Wednesday, as witnesses will^have to be brought from Flat Creek.
Nextweek promises a number of good^entertainment* at Hi-Duett's opera house.^Monday evening there will be the Swedish^Ladies' concert. The teachers and^scholars ol the public school, agisted by^some others, will celebrate Wlnttier's^birthday by a literary and musical enter^^tainment on Wednesday evening, the^proceeds of which will be used to pur^^chase books for the school library. Liber^^al!'* hand will be here Thursday; Good^^year, F.litch A Schilling's minstrels on^Friday; and Mrs. Nclla Brown-Pond,^elocutionist, on Saturday.
Ihe Mascot tie aire, whi^ h for the p.nt^week has lieen presenting an unusually^good programme, w ill make it still Ix-tter^next week by the addition of Miss Viola^May, the ^Eastern Electric Spark,^ a^ballad,-I. and Miss May l'owi r, a song^and dance artist.
Butlittle interest was taken in the elec^^tion this afternoon in the Third ward. II.^W. McLaughlin was elected alderman to^(111 the vacancy caused by the resignation^of J. II. Fussy some lime ago. Both Mc^^Laughlin and llonsmaii his opponent ran^asciti/. ns. The vote stood Mc Laughlin.^^| llonsmati,58.
Theproposal to issue bonds was de^^feated, the vole being as follows: First^ward: For the bonds, H, against ffi; Sec^^ond ward, for, -5. against 541 I hint ward,^lor, ~^\ against 29; Fourth ward, for. '.'4,^against lb. Total, for, Lie, against li^5.
Mis.[i, ,). Armstrong, wift of the for^^mer editor of the J/inneiihuii leaves to^^night for California where s|^, W|1I rp.^mam for the winter and probably perma^^nently.
Mis.I. S. G. Vanwarl leaves tomorrow^for a visit to her old home at bredericton,^New Brunswick.
Tiicoma,the New York of the I'aciflc.
SentI'p for M^el^ Hays.^Bl'ttk, Dec. LA. Yesi,-h.iy afternoon^John Coleman was convicted of vagrancy^Is fore Judge Ncwkirk. Hum flnedlttt^and costs and upon his promise to go to^work sentence was w ,thh^ Id .'A hours.^Last night Coleman was givcu permission
tosleep in the barn owned by Sloan A^McGovem. This morning be arose and^proceeded to steal a numlier of handker^^chiefs, several pairs of gloves and a num^^ber of other small articles. He was caught^in the act and said that as he had made^up his mind to leave the city he concluded^to take the things, needing tin in badly^while travelling. He was turned over to^Officer Leydcn who at once took him^before the pohi e court. There he pleaded^guilty to petty larceny and was lined $100^and costs and ^ days in the county jail.
CANDIDATE FOR REGULATION.
SadStory Told Hy the Wire of Turn nil-^mure.
Bythe Standard's special Wile.
Hii n , Dec. II, Mrs. Kiltie Gilmore,^wife of Thomas Gilmore, appeared in^Judge Eddy's court this morning ami told^a pitiful story of neglect and ill treat^^ment. She complained that her husband^had deserted her for one of the beer-lug^^ging fairies employed about the city with^whom he was now living to all intents and^purposes as husband. Before leaving^licr, Mrs. Gilmore said, her husband had^taken Moo, all the money the family |w)s-^sesscd, und for all she knew had squan^^dered it on the w oman, leaving her penni^^less and destitui. . His honor issued a^warrant for the recreant husband's arrest^on a charge of adultery and gave it lo^Deputy ShcriM' Hinckley for service. At^last accounts the otllcer hud not yet^found Gilmore.
lieFell lletneeu !'^^^ Moving Cars While^iirunk.
Iiythe Standard's Special Wile.
Bl'ttk,Dec. 13.^About ^ o'clock this^evening us one of the cable trains was^coining down the hill and had reached a^point near the power house, a man by the^name of Smith fell lietwcen the car and^motor. As the car was in full motion at^the tunc, the conductor who saw him fall^thought the mill would certainly be^crushed to di ath before the train could^lie stopped.
Smithescaped very fortunately, how-^i vcr, not even breaking a boue. He was^very badly frightened and much bruised^but will stiller no great inconvenience,^.^smith was intoxicated at the lime and^had been warned by the conductor who^saw him weaving to and fro on the plat^^form. Smith was taken to his home on^CmM* street and left to the care of his^family.
Tacotna,the terminus of throe trans^^continental roads.
TheItig Hole ^ oinpsuy Whipped.
BinK,Doc. 13 - The Montana Lime *^Flux comiMiny scored a victory over the^Big Hole Lime A Flux company by obtain^^ing from the district court a favorable^decision on their motion for an injunction,^which was argued last Saturday. The^property ill dispute is the Melrose placer^containing the deposit of limestone upon^which IkiIIi companies have been draw^^ing. In accordance with the injunction^issued this afternoon, the Big Hole com^^pany an- prohibited from removing more^stone until an adjudication of ibe court is^mad.'on the case. In order to indemnify^the Dig Hole tliMMW m case a judgment^is given ill their favor, their rivals were^forced to Mil up the usual Injunction Is.ml^of el.OOO. S. D. Kiceand Thomas Lavelle^went on this bond. ^
1\n. vsikk. Da., D*c.l3.-Lx-('ongress-^man John A. Hieatand died this morning^ol paralysis aft. r a long illness.
SeveralI.ady Students Fatally isI In
AmoK,O., ^Dec. 13. - A terrible acci^^dent incurred at Buchle College this^evening. A number of lady students were^gathered in the library building and were^being entertained by eight of their num^^ber who wore masks and in loose flowing^garments with high hats covered with^cotton.
Insome manner the hat of one of the^young ladies caught fire and the tlaims^rapidly darted lo all the others. Aid was^summoned as quickly ns possible, but^when the (lames were extinguished^it was found that Miss Mary Stevens of^Clifton Springs, New York, and Aurclia^Steigmierof I tica, N.Y., had been fatally^burned. Mary H.iker of Fort Plane, N.^Y'.: Aurelia Warwick of Storm Lake,^Iowa: Diana Haynes, of Abilene, Kan.;^Myrtie Baker of Peru, Ohio; Eva Dean ^^!^Storm I..iI.e. Iowa; Addie Duchtel, of^Columbia, Kan.; Estella Mason, of Mag-^adore, Ohio, and Dora Merrill, of^Williamsport, Pa., were painfully burned,^but ure; not in a dangerous condition.
TheMutual Admiration Hocirty Does a^1'leaslug Thing.
Bythe Standard s Special Wire.
Brrik, Dec. 13.- The Mutual Admira^^tion society to-night cbavaired Mr. and^Mrs. Edward Lynch, who arrived here a^few nights ago and are at home^at their fine residence in West^Quartz street. About '.'.'^ mem^^bers of the club and other friends^were out and did honors to the newly^married couple. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch in^^vited them in and a splendid collation^was served. This was followed by songs^and toasts, the evening's merriment end^^ing happily with this sentiment expressed^by IheKev. Dr. Phil Julian of the MMJ^Juurmil in behalf of tne club:
Madame,do not gtiage us by our con^^duct to-night. This is simply an over^^flow of groal nature. We all know your^| husband and respect him, consequently^I respect and honor his wife. We welcome^i you to Butte and aie satisfied that we^I will improve in your estimation as we be^^come better acquainted. Our serenade is^a western custom founded on good f. I^lowslnp and is indicative of amenaties of^I a civilization that may seem crude^to you but which, in its warmth and sin^^cerity you will soon learn lo appreciate^and enjoy.
Mr.mid Mrs. l ynch will be most heart^^ily welcomed as esteemed members of^Bulla's society.
^r.eradeWie M Ilsulrliland.
Bythe Standard's immj 1
Bini, Dec. 13.-The Hutte Krieger-^Verein gave its first ball to-night. The^affair took place at t a pi ice hall, which^had been gaily decorated with banners,^shields and other patriotic devices, em^^blematic of the ^\nderlaml^ and the^adopted land of the lirlegers. Besides^dancing all kinds ^f refreshment - helped^to add to the pleasure of the evening, in^an atili -room, QmMM brew Mowed^freely, and above the clinking oi glasses^could M heard the sonorous notes of Ger^^man war songs. As those present ex^^pressed themselves, the uffair passed olT^''Gcraue Wia iu Dcutehland.
InRmI ol a Huts Cart.
Bythe Standard's M|^ecial \\ ire.
Bl'ttk,Dec. 13.^The fire committee of^the city council Ibis afternoon tele^^graphed to the principal hose cart mauu-
farturiesfor terms for supplying a hose^cart for Butte on immediate notice. The^city is at present in a had way for hose^carts and if a big Are should break out, it^might prove more than the city could^handle. The principal cart was smashed^the other day, seven spokes being splin^^tered and it is doubtful if it would be ser^^viceable in case of fire.
Fullureof au I levator Company.
MiNNi.M'OLis, Dec. 13.^A dispatch^from Luzerne, Minnesota, to the Tnftiins^says the Iowa, Minnesota ^ Dakota Ele^^vator company, operating warehouses on^the Burlington, Cedar Kapids ^ Northern^railway, has assigned. Liabilities $150,-^nm, assets unknown. John Butler, banker,^of Ellsworth, was the manager of the^company. Two days ago special train*^were run on the Burlington road and all^the grain taken from the elevators to Chi^^cago and disposed of. The Metropolitan^and German-American banks of Minne^^apolis are said to lie losers. The elevator^company's accounts in the Kock counly^bank at Luzerne aro all right. A few^Luzerne merchants are involved for^small atpit-.
Washinotox,Dec hi. Tom Power to^day introduced ill the senate an amend^^ment to the bill to reduce the amount of^I.'uited States bonds required of national^bunks so as to provide whenever notes re^^ceived under the existing laws of national^banks shall aggregate $1,000,UOO, it shall^be the duty of the secretary of the treas^^ury to purchase silver bullion to the same^amount and to pay for the same with the^United States notes.
CrushedInto a Caboose.
LosAxokli s, Dec. 13.^A report was^received of a fatal accid ent on the Atlan^^tic ^ Pacific railroad near The Needles^Thursday morning when a west bound^passenger crushed into a caboose of a^lreight. Particulars are meager. It is.^reported thut the fireman of the passen^^ger and M. A. Thompson, a wealthy cat*^tie breeder of Iowa city, was killed. It ia^also staled that live passengers were fa^^tally injured.
Ilogl*XVas a Hero.
London,Dec. 13.^Major Bogle, one ol^the heroes of the Indian mutiny of '67,^died to-day at Sherbourue. When Oon-^asgate was blown up July -J, 1S57, Bogle^was u young lieutenant. He stormed the^passage with a haudful of men and^opened the way for Harelock's forces.^It was a miracle that he oscu|ied, but he k^diil so with a severe wound. He received^a Victoria cross for his gallant conduct.
mmll^ tlurulng Walli.
CLARhSvii.i.k,Mo.,Dec. 13.^A fire or^^iginating in Smut's furniture store, de^^stroyed three large buildings to-uay. Dur^^ing the lire the wull of one of the build^^ings fell in killing Volney Sweet, fatally^injuring 11. M. Sheeps and Mrs. Rose^Bunker, w bile John Price, Fnd Smith^and William llarl wi re painfully injured.^It is feared one or two others may be in^the rums. The Ml utiiary loss is 150,000,
Vl ti Mhlllsm.
London,Dec. 13.^Madame Kartsoff, ^^beautiful woman and leader of Russian
society,was fuittid this morning in her^mansion iu Moscow with her head nearly^severed from her body. She was im^^mensely wealthy and the house was filled^w ith valuables, but nothing stolen. It ia^believed she fell a victim to nihilism.